The Tropical sun
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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: November 2, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00588
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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'.' Emeralds are the most fashionable ,_-. .... i- *& i i r A few days of fair weather would le ,. ii, :

.* I"'" U b cCome tad Oo-People jewels just at the moment;;, What. the Sun's Men-Heard' 'In TheT A Badjjjrt..of Interesting'Items .From.1 j real.nice. after so much heavy wind andrain. Scraps of News About ThU and That I- t

-Ve* l Mr.r May Not KMW., A parasol which matches.the color_of Lively Local Whirligig. .' tPlaf'C rrespoacle. u. and Different Things .
your Jiat.is.the chic thing to have this ..:.t. .' ., ,,' Mrs.: Wilkinson was in West Palm .
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season. 1--< :4 sii ;'V lJ Beach last week visiting her dapghter\ ...
A 111&1" tf Ptnoaal it m a-> WUrt la Chenille edgM\\bbooa i lie''oed for A' Blrror or.JUnb..- Happenings, AseP ,Very,La. sit!ifiaptted ;isfCoahacif to-tin: Mrs.. B. H.. Dimick.. Newsy Notes and Items of Intlrsttte
ta* at* s4 CttlMM TUJUag.Oat dints Coming Events, and a kl,k\1. of 1 Most; Isterest to ite"" 1 1I Everybody, la General and Igbwyla Ii -
ruffle on silk gowns., 'Chenille fringe ,L j. Brown is planting beans for the
eftae city. Gain of'Current\ GosVlD. I : f ffuai iDi1e'lodatj1ill 'I Particular. -i .
also on the.,new draped and northern market and has some very nice
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Mn. |. a CkttUum Jeft this mon ing Collmties of mull and all over lace Capt. A. T, Rose'i'daughter is now }, r jlllf.'o. JGS. t rttti The first Norther of the season has lar
faflIantiata -r... to tUlt relatives. wheel'cf 'r .; J. .1 \
riding a new the Cleveland ived ; the thermometer took quite a .
insertions bits of do to the:sand oa
are tempting finery, get
make, sold by Potter's Agency.. ,S B.1.JUnbg! was in. OWD Tuesday.WUaoaUowan : rfP'
and will convert an afternoon gown into nowadays, Uncle Charley-,- wiP.l'l those .
If. of town
W. Cox, Boyntoa. was la ha*commenced .
something more dressp. The fish dealers are hustling, as the oper- : ponds,, or.have yon a log to. drift across.. Lake ha been ,
Bsivrdayof hut week. Be still retains atin ot "JI1C ..;: i .'..ii. ..'. The extra high and is
that portly shape be brought back with American beauty red appear among season opened on the ist Fresh fish- F I 001, y r,] t Mill,.risinfri The, storm off Cuba ocea.si4ned .
So to town Monday
:Pewey wag ;
..-from. .. the North.Wu. the autumn velvets cloth drap d' ete will soon be plentiful_ In town. report, f -goo ,, ; I F. d,Yoss has prepared about half an the hlgb',tides. outside affecting

and expensive fabrics of all kinds. ; also acre of>> ,,muck land to plant.eIJYrtg, : thi ,\
The Ladies' Aid Society of the CoDA A called at the residence Lake.lyebate .f'
L Kcalj! .arrived here. Saturday. in accessories for millinery. .panther cf etables and has just i .finished ..plantingbeans
grrgmtional; Chinch will meet at.-the Mr. $ndy last Saturday tright I ;at'Delray some of the best
,B* hi* bees) spending the summer on Extra wide tulle veils have 'dots'over : on. his hummock J land. : '
swab of Pile's Peak CoL He Parsonage Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. W.'Tboraton.bas fine totnat6eawhicfybsn II vegetable lands. on the.East. Coast for
IM J.] some
the=half of the veil which goes over the .. Messrs. A. C Smith and Jas. ;alta-}

time here via San Francisco. face, the other half of the veil, being of Twenty tons Ameriens Fertilizers just a gvod ,many ripe ones. n, ion, of Ppmpano, was in our.midst last to eJJLer,Gleason!: rent or Brothers sale;!easy Ban.terms.Gallic, Fla.Apply

extra-width plain and covers the bat*s received by the Potier Agency. Jack kit)>)>W5C) .j snday shaking hands 'their,many

Dr. N. 8. Bttrenaa has moved with a matter of protection. fonville prices, freight added, on this |:.W. fri cb has .timber. on thelotfor friends. Mr.. Wilkinson. is also waking Commencing on Sunday next. Nov.

hlsfamlly- from Sahaire cottage: to the Fancy buttons are one of the features stock. +1, js;neirr residence more' comjaodions, a visit. tp,Us parents.Mr.Wfkinson 5th; service will be 'held in Holy Trinity

.bIok8c1e1>where they will soot be of the new silk gowns, and some are set than his f joymer. one' ;'I. -! -_has just .finished( plant--I Episcopal Church 'at 7 o'clock: in the
settled and at home to their friends.Ws with Ben Potter has bought out the Bicycle 'i :has'repaired TRsi evening instead of: in the afternoon
real jewels'in' some cases. Gold 1'JitMcIood : hj" -1 lag' out sso strawberry plants, 'which 4 u
buttons prettily chased and lovely Hospital and the combined pant; can dec ee'! afd ir.U1' be! comfortably, settled I ore looking well. If 'conditions are favorable heretofore.For .

ssaay friends here are grad to heard crystal buttons trim some of the most now turn out any description of work by the, last d'. the.' week.I 'j 1 be will doubtless have plenty of
light machinery launch
in first-class repairing,
Henry Aathony's recovery from the attractive gowns shown. style. Mrs S, S.,Untpn, fin.-E.: ')r&. ud,'I berries for home use next season. work and wheel repairing Potter's Bicy-

attach oi fever be suffered at Miami, Str trimming for sailor hats is fashionable have at Delray some of the -best auld=Ifnl J. G'Fenno"iiere'1n; ."Palm. J. W. Porter is shipping'''quite a tot of de Agency is well equipped. Take

tad hope that hn will soon be .able, to this season. White sailors with vegetable lands on the 'East Coast, for Bach 1a'Sahidaykhoppinof .i i radishes and other vegetables to West your wheel there when it needs attention.

Bake a trip tp.here to visit this burgh. black brims, are pretty trimmed with either rent or,sale; easy terms. .Apply. ; 'M. aiu'"'.Sherman, 'F .poo, 'SfcLood '! Palm Beach these days. This is to say Remember that the Bicycle'Hospital U

white straw and white roses. The only to Gleason Brothers Eau Gallic Pin and'TaSker'lore 'secured'muck land on that.Mr.
hjh II... Harriet Hill of Philadelphia. objection to the straw. is that it makes tb'e])eaekitrick kt'ihls'plsee and'will: the UJpQlqo'nQ.cn.tkiI.1Pr'. business.
Wither d Mrs. L. W. Barkhardtof thU I' ;You can buy Williams& Clark's Wilson
the hat flea.,. ". pit "r''lotgeaerea tkIa..i ter. I ,Mr.Angeiine aa4 .family oI'lflkki"l
tows arrived Thursday night and will &; Toomer's'R. 0, Painter's and'the Max Sirkins has leased the '
'i".d vacant
'An, observer; any notice that II\9I' I :pt it.bf gin.ttavereaentlybagmetd, >,to.the I.J.
qty the winter here ilttheboalted &II girls .. ar. sViouod brooch, Armour Co's fertilizers from Potter'sw iu. .: ...i...... store in the Semiaoie Block next door to ..
yqGaa sac a .w ; pdtrdogeiin& &
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U1.. < Aaeacy.Tbe best bnD'da of-- : '
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Iter qtr (! "- N4". 1 tht .. -.ws ..JM Jtouar rooms- are' nowjiag .
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Wih ta Flora lid _iiFija} it pdpuutar makabe supplied on order;''!II _B4 Ud rojNUTo 'area-wayV;":"" -'- '
, seaaM runs from the throat to thehrh of' shirt L .. ;, "" ,_wc I wing in the Soath. We. ,wish him ; ftn ; < 1
i tU acre nay visit she makes. walks. S wreath of pearlsVt,io:.greets "q "- ;; aneh ,.* In one be will keep ladies' dress goods
last Saturday gbt Max Sirkite-, user .by.J. L- .;411 -sum I
notions in the other store will be
enamel -
lava seems ,to be the most '
\ ., dn.i B.D.PSeK.. fetnmed the
turned frombU :
trip 4o New York and .
a' kept, exclusively men's
from HypoluxoWaadSatarday iIir. : furnishings,
ll.C Milton wp pop The pin 1lboaJd.be watt between '
this i home of her daughter, Mrs. F. C. Voss
week is opening and placing .
up dcrP I and '
night where he is one of the first and second buttons net .roi m2RS.I clothing shoes. ...
goods ready for the opening of his.enlarged .. ale.* days ago, Mrs. Pierce has7 been
the lures preparing Capt.B.N. Dimkk'a counting the collar button.-Exchange.: Major Cooper has displayed his artistic .
for friends for
Bazaar, having now nearly double [Ret'! ied1ate iijw..]. an a,visit to Chicago_ sometime
land on that Island for the planting out -'-.-- the floor space he has used before. And the wind bier. and is glad to get back to a quiet skill on his Banyan street shop recently
of orange bees; fully half of the !sixteen and pleasant home on beautiful Lake by a fresh dressing of paint on

metes planned for grove is now ready'! I o Interesting_ .to. __Sportsmen.._-_. Rev. S. D. Paine will preach Sunday Franklin Sheen wanders in here every Worth. walls and ceiling, neat curtains on his t
for the tfees and the Rat will be now and then.
windows his
new mattings
morning at II o'clock on "The Kind of on floors a
Tb rough t the kindness of Mr. and
Miami Oct. az-G H. H.T.
prepared. Whaler and Worley, Revival We Need." .At>night, at 7530 Mr. Vining, of Leesburg, was in Pom.isiftw Mrs. Krotzer the people of Hypoluxo a set o( new lamps and other convenien- ,
Eugene DeBogorywent _.
nn last k. .tn.... lh d
to a tne wee ces e peasnre an Convenience: UI
women, on .
readers is young some wouien
ofTa Seta
The attention shooting on the prairies at Little River was again granted the pleasure of attending
of Bible times. Christian Endeavor H. Harnett has moved into his his patrons old and new.
at J. new
directed to the new advertisement of one day last week,bagging a large number one of their sociable dances.
Hangh & Minakk as it appears on of birds. Hudson Burr, who owns a 6:30: p. m., led by Miss Vesta Willson.On building down on the Dimick land. We were all present and also friends Ideal weather this ; if Nurthern

another p.e. these ItDt'tmtD'an' : ,portion of the prairie objected to this ,, 'bix new. 'houses are, going up'this from'Delray. The d-mce was the first friends could only be here once to tnjoy

prepared to 1DJ'P1111on..fclt need on, general slaughter of birds on his land, winter Sunday months next,the Noy.sth.and.duriagthe hour for week, more- to go up, and some .alreadyup. of the season .and all expressed themselves it they would never willingly put tile

the Lake and they will doubtless meet and had the gentlemen arrested and Sunday as having a most enjoyable time. breaking up months of Fall and Springin
School at the Church of
with all the snoceas their enterprise brought before Judge Beyser for trespass. Sea will be in the Bethesdabythe afternoon.- ."Capt. Chapman-and Mr. Smith, of ..- northern states. "How glad I am to
I _rY George II. Worley defended himself and 3 Orlando, iwcre prospecting he.re' Saturday get back" is the universal cry of thoseof
Morning service
associates R. R. Taylor was for the com every Sunday at n, last. Jingle of a Dollar Kept at Home. I our people returning as they realize
Yesterday the papers were passed byhick as usual. Holy Communion on the first ..'
plalnanL Mr. Burr had posted his land Will Grant- returned Wednesday witha and appreciate the quality of this climate
of the Seminole an'i third \
the management Sundays of the month.
:Jus a little dollar on its mission ant.
compared with that ol knows
lawful The defendants
by putting signs. : any
up mule which
will take up'ita
Hotel ..lento thetuods of sirs. S.
makes a lot of people glad feh time spot on earth.
that his lands _
aBaraham and Mrs. C. J. Sea.le who argued were not enclosed Last Saturday afternoon the sfearter on the eastaide of the canal
I the coin is spent. You pay it to the
have towed the hotel for a term of years hence there could be no trespass Lake Worth came down and made 'fast' {The School House Committee'hope to butcher for meat to give you strength ; Thr Rev. Charles M. Sheldon, who
within the of the law
f Ids. Beagle Is experienced in this line which states meaning that In order statute' to.the "Dentos," Dr. F. II. Honghton's have.our school.bouse ready business he takes it to the grocer from whom it answer the question, "Is Christianity

having beta successfully engaged in thebsslea to 'make a floating dental palace; and took the by the first Monday in November. goes at length, some pretty bit of clothor Practical in Worldly Affiirs?" in the .
case of trespass the lauds mast be in
for some years at Gainesville latter up the Lake where -sheis hauled ;We notice that the.three extra houses lace his better half to buy, or helps to November Ladies' Home Journal does

and eiaewherc. For acme weeks the closed that by 'a fence.Dade The complainant had" argued out on the ways for ,hull, painti jt' and j. on the right of way have been torn down. get her winter hat to make her rival not regard "In His Steps" as the test: of
u County a specialno
held will be elated while Important fence law overhauling. Dr. Houghton says, he which improves the looks of the depot sigh. The dry goods man sends on the the several books he has written and
the did
statute not to
chances and jepalri and a complete this will have his unique craft back at her a section house. coin to pay his market bill, and thoughthe published. The reading public, how

renovation made of the entire place. yiewed case.the Judge in Heyser different however, moorings at the city dock at the earliest .- cob is often spent it stays a dollar ever, does not agree with him, and its
subject a light, ?
When it is decided to reopen due notice possible, with doors open as usual to hismends. still : and time 'u s at home, verdict is accepted. It is commonly
and discharged the defendants. The ,It wfl_< General '._ custom to leave every. spent. A .t. .. D.M: O "
will be given la the columns of THE Sen. -- n --- -- some act ot good is done in "booming"local suppose.. ...a. "I.. ... taps net ed It s
suit cost the State in
The personnel of the new management neighborhood his tent door open in the morning for a 1. author a fery large sum, but such is not
of dollars. The hunters It is said that Miami is to have a new industries, ere setting of the sun.
lasarotbe conduct of this well sitaaUd. thirty are now steamer line this winter. Hitherto the sprightly hen that had gone into the egg But if yon take that shining coin and the case. It was copyrighted in this
hotel on a plan uQa scale that U certain free to hunt on any person's lands business promptly and thus had saved,her country only, so the author receives no
dwellers at Flamingo, oa Cape Sable, break the local chain the chances are a
unless the lands inclosed and properly
to make It one of the moat popular are and Citizen.- have had to'watch the opportunity of head. When [she stepped la,
hoists: in Florida. TIll Snc bespeaks postec1.-Times-Union getting off by hailing passing schooners, Lee would put aside his work and walk Ifboce it passes out of town the butcher the largest sale. In this country Mr.

for them a waxes beyond their anticiVn. --S.Ercplaautfot...- or 'by using own boats. Durng : past deferentially-.the outside until. and the baker, the grocer and the dry Sheldon sought to get his book on the
JIIUoa. her' cackle announced the mysteries of market so as to sell it at a low price in
-- me.JCrTuIoTtillG&. I the winter season the'steamer Pearl will goods man, the cook, the undertaker,
e&g-laying at an end. She roosted'androde order that it would have wide circula
run between Miami and Flamingo,carry- the carpenter the carriage wright, the a aa1thou.
. Learning thatrae or two of our townsmen jar_ both nassenzersaridftefphiFlamingo in bis wagon and was an eye-wit blacksmith,. every one, will, lore the This was his sole consideration,
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., B. B.:Ring wife of the manager are objecting, and endeavoring to will in the near future be the headquarters 'I! ness-of: the battles, of Chaneellonville I 1--------- : that coin ere setting of otherwise he would have received in
make of the fact that the Council and Gettysburg andwai finally sacrificed royalties an independent fortune. 4
capital for the'banana
lr of the I. 0 T. and Cable Co of Jupiter, trade in the the sun.
with allowed me five dollars for supervisingstreet United States. upon the-altar'of hospitality at little coin ... _
l has retained man extended visit Large fields are being Just keep the at home just --- ---
friends and relatives in the North. work, etc., I will say'that fur one planted. It is said by those who have Orange CourtHouse'in 1864.-Novem- keep it moving well and every time,it The Milk In the Cocoanut.Our .

Charles B. Btrkaer,the popular operator year I have had to personally' superintend visited that secton that the lands are ext.ce,4iag.fertile. bar Ladies' Hume Journal. changes bands somebody's goods 'twill !-- .,

of the W. U. line has been at Sen all the street work, repairs,Satur The cabbage crop will sell. That single little dollar has thus a tropical, firiends will, need many
I River borne again u day's scavenger work cleaning highways be heavy this season. I "Mrs.M."Ev rnber was the-happy recipient wondrous power to make somebody machines and we shall have to furnish
ator Qu.ladiAa alleys, cutting' down weeds mowing this week of a birthday present them. They have been
the Senator's i 1 better__no- a_ dozen. times an hour. lit_ pays opening cocoa.
private operator during Kt'Uetc.., occupying some portion The handsome reconstructed house from her husband in the shape ;of 'a the bill and wards off ill, and ne'erits. nuts'with axes and knives for hundreds

sojourn in Florida. of almost each days's lime, without a'boat Caiman, of Pierre: Lorillard: New handsome chainless White Flyer Wheel power relaxes to soothe the doctor, buy ,of year*-a wasteful and laborious apex.ation ) .

< Mr. and 1IIrs. J. T. 'ZeJgUr and son penny of. Reward, and also.spendingover York's tobacco milHonsire which'has''.of,,the latest,model. The wheel is indeed :the .coal and pay for clothes and'taxes. : ,:J. H. Wells has lately hutlta

John have condaded a three months' two hundred dollars out of my own I. been undergoing "changes 'ber 'for the" a beaatr;.-.ooV of:Ithe 4utndsomet: small machine, 'with which coco.vnuts

ojonrn la.tbdt.old hone town.in Peasylvaala *- pocket In setting shade trees. After all]!: past eight months,at the Merrill-Stevens on the East Coast. can be opened in a few seconds, .IJu. .
and arc at home again on their this I' asked the Council to.allow me 1 t j j i shipyard, is conjpletedj and today. i is''I j -- 4I Dg'\\1e'milk to be poured out without

attractive home place oa the Lora five dollars which I spent lor more shade,moored !at"the Market street dock and A ttcago 4nb itu been ltr sttd for The publication of what has been waste. A second machine is now being

hatchee. trees. ,ThIs.." .my', :explanation to] heis much admired by'thoseVhb-saw-: ( :;,fcaivkg!fafty. wo *wnres.&Xbe !Render planned to be the most complete and up- constructed with improvements, which

The splendid beds of oysters that have my townsmen and I leave them to say her today. It is in reality a dwelling will probably plead immunity from'sen Lo-date authority on etiquette begins in *ill make it invaluable to all who wish

beta planted and cared for by several of: if I earned the five dollars. i 1 i house on water._with.all of the necessary* tense prescribed by flaw on the ground! the November Ladies Home Journal to "get .at the milk in the Coco not.'

cwt entetprUpg eitUens$ bar eoOi. to Wu. xoN WHIUDIN. Mayor. I I conveniences for'traveling :rid 'tiouse-.1 aihat'behu'.1l ; alnadysmTered sufficient' a series of articles Called "Good Form Mr. Wells has taken steps to secure the _

End by the heavy rainfall of the last .-.-. (keeping.l The mL..t.er.and, a-fall crew ,paaish, nt.-p. uaac<>Journal.. for All Occage onj." The series will run i invention and has fonud influential par. i
few weeks ctnstag such a flood of freshwater .(all white) are' board. Mr.: Lbrills/d j i. In the magazine for a year. The author ties who will push the sale of the ma.

to pour down from the glades that We have at Delraysome'01'the best and party are expected here December I The.Governor has appointed' Robert ahip belongs to Mrs. Burton Kingsland, chiDes as soon as they are perfected and

the salt tide water has been kept forced vegetable landa on the East' Coast, for [first and will go down to the 'Indian''1 I F.'Rogcrs-Jke City, to be snperin- which is really the nom de plume for made aud there is pl'iftyof capital to

bark from the beds so long u to ruin either rent or sale ; easy terms. Apply River country aboard the Caiman. :tedent of convicts in place of W. F one of the most prominent women in New i introduce them in the tropics.-Tampa

the bivalves. I to Gleason Brothers, Baa Gallic, F1a.2. Jacksonville Metropolis i I Hillman resigned; York society. I

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THE TROPICAL SJJNtHoccr EDITORIAL.. CUPP IIISS. triumphant with him at its bead.dUUnguUhed DEALER HARDWARE; t

TheM'UeltmneI meet; .lbM IN..
Paper uf Dade County;Fk nda, One of the most pronounced canidates getitJRneu will 'be ,. ,

t- for governor u reported to I'
TROPICAL still PCBUSHIIG COMPANY prepared todea'rthatthereareDimoerHts CROCKERY and
be a frequent staff contributor to .
COY L H8TCALP.FUBUSMIO EDTOL .who would< prefer decal;, with
the editorial columns of the Orlando }
Br.Y8D'to success with a Republican .e FURNITURE1
EVERY THURSDAY. Sentinel, and that paPer thinks it '. .:. -rl'
oat Democratic.flrte- .
At WEST HIM gwould wearings "--',. "
COUNTY HORIOA. be unfair to.the candidate to .; '

IViSCRIPTlOI PRICE.{ $2.00 A YEAL force him to *say'something.' 11'e Tampa i"Herald; '". .. I.:.' eru ean.w -All ,Kinds of Boat Coods.

-- sum,Tinware,Door,Sart..410_
Catered at the httoffice of West Beach
ti Mm how it would forsome :
can see. perilous Referring b) Crokeft late
u*ccoa4-caM matter.TiitTItOAY. victory All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sperling 30o4 ,
candidate*.- Banner. over Hill, which;.iiieans"lhat Tam ,
NOVEMBER 2. 1809 Gasoline Stovea Blue Flame Kemett Oil Stove. <
many's. ,influence will be thrown.in Glassware,Lamp and Lanteraa. HarrUoa Bra lead) Mized Palais
t6: The Times-Union and (Citizen 'severely favor of Bryan the New Tori.ar he f9"Hail Orden Given PrMapt A'b.a... 1...." ?

criticises Bryan l becauue be ."' ftA..... ,J I..... '.....C..in 1'......:... ,
ot"'UUC'U1/ .u &A1QIeYIUcr "U( r'
went into Kliltuckp.aud, piearfu-d t
Journal l expresacs the, belied that
party unity: \Vh)? &'ause the coati LEADING: BUSINESS FIRMS
'i "Tammany ,Hall Is the cnriosjtjfjol:
on whom Bryan urged the Democrats
American politics. You 'may .overthrow Whose Cards Appear la this Paper, GUARANTEED PAINTPARIAN
to unite isthe,man whom great .
it this year;and .it will overthrow Classified AlphabetIcally.
railroad corporation i U fighting.
yon next year. Read Lord ,-
t Scratch a trust or corporation and PAINTS "
"War of the Succession In
Mi M lacerate the Times-Union and ARCHITECT: .
you .
pain and apply ,Ate 'orie awl
3tixeu.-Tampa Herald.It T D Brown, West Palm BeachBANKING
J4L defeats to politics and; yon haveTammaay'e .='.' Are Guaranteed not to Chalk, Crack, Rub Off Peel nor Blister. Are not

is interesting and instructive to career in New York. : affected by Salt Water or Sea Breezes, and' are giving better satisfaction

the trnk farmers of Florida to read The order seems to be immortal'and Dade County State Bank i than any ether paint known. It is the coming paint ia this State, as it fa- ")

that the farmers of! Cuba can ship has more livea than a drove of cats. .-,**_West. Palm Beach particularly adapted to the climate of Florida.. ..

their stuff from points 560 mile In, 1891(Tammany ,tree seemingly BARBERS:

further away pay the_tariff ,duty, destroyed. Today it i is in possession I. Milo Cooper, West Palm BeachJ

R CA sue and still &et into the New York of New York; and'Greater New York D Raffia, West Palm Beach EDWARD WILLIAMS

.., ,
at that.-Gainesville Snn.Corwin. .
market cbea|I-er. This btate of affailb ,

Joes not iudicate that the transportation ; I' BICYCLES: Agent for Carrara and Parian Paints,
the political correspondent Ben Potter,West Palm BeachW

companies are losing either of,, the Chicago, Tribnae, sated K Mitchell, West Palm Beach: ::28 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

alp 01' money in their patriotic endeavors Richard Crotert SWbat, of .Bryan'w y" It'

t tn ,build up :this $tste.Ttimpti .- strength in 'New York'f'said "Brywi?' BUILb&G SUPPLIES: '*'

r ALL BOSOB AND CREDIT us to Jack* -Herald.. ... '- : i" I Richard Croker,in reply, I_30t Ceo Backer & Son. Charleston S C.

e aonvilU'ft ..iJ -llw ke, liberal 'bus-
to?** men. May their Gala Week return Senator Freye says God has been State than he was in 1890.{ Democracy CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS:

t them a hundred fold for every very good to Americans this year. will the.State in 1900 Palm Beach i .MASTER'S SALE.
West iI
carry : ; Franklin Sheen, METCALF,
But when we consider that God had I \V.I.
dollar for the entertainment .
make no doubt of it I A to ..
s --- IB of final
a of foreclosure
to other to conkours pursuance eA
spoil peopte'scropa P
uf Florida's cit TOSH tY-AT. LAW.HOTARr .
L Jena. Bryan personally, there's. ho; ooe DENTISTS: rendered by the Hon. Minor 8.Jones,Judgeof
he had
sell at high prices that
who doubts his intel the Seventh Judicial Circuit ot Florida la PUBLIC.
his l.
t to get up a war in Africa to make a honesty or D A Thomason. West Palm Beach and for Dade County,In Chancery Bitting,atlbambI'N. Will practice la County.SUM sad r......
E ligence. He has force and brain end L T Daniel Cocoa Courts.
on the 13th day ot .
THE market beeves and males and September.A.
truth, and everybody ,has found i it --,.' D. 1899. In the Chancery cane therein Office in TROPICAL
of next week neaoa DOt; a little in its when we realize that our prosperity i is Sex Bloch
o ut. His 'power Men who DRUGGISTS: ending, wheieln Mrs. Louise Krueh in comilalnant West Palm Beach Dade Collat,. 'rlorMa
its revulta to the future of thU ton.TINt at the expense of somebody else the grows. and Susie A. Snell and Irving B.
were against him are for him. Thousands E H Dimick"West Palm Beach inell are defendant,the nndentl!,ned Special
lax are weighing care Senator mod excuse us if we doubt
payers LEX
have changed their views MI Master In Chancery will on the Brut Monday.MIng \ St. CLAIR-ABRAM$,
tally the iatnea involved 1 and theirliPn'lll&ion that God has had much to do with ,concerning the t
him. Bryan is the most AMID CLOTHING:
i4 view at the poll will it. He would hardly find it 'D aces- pop'DRY GOODS 6th Day of November,A. D. 1899, ,ATTORHEY-AT-LAW. ,
ular Democratic name ia New York Carl Schrebnick Wtst Palm Beach JACKSOHYILU, Ft!
Ie"U minor to do evil tonne of His
lieU qoeationa.It sary peoples .,, Hell at
public outcry to the hljchent! and bent
He I is of He
I people. believes in Practice In all the Circuit Courts,State u 4
that good might come to others.- FERTF.IZERS: )Idder,la front of the Court house door in FederaL
Tampa Herald. the people, and the people beliav eWm Miami. IB wild County. ot Dadp.. within the ,,12-l9-U8.
& Co JacksonvilleFIRE -
A Bours ,
l It POES SEEM A SHAME that one of I Ii in him." -. legal boon of sale the mortgaged premises
i mentioned In the bill of complaint In this
the town aldermen should actionof I *The platform built INSURANCE &REAL ESTATE: SAMUEL T.SHAVLO COEDOM L BROOMS
by at
The Journal .is not, disposed to Chicago ease and ia aald decreepartlcalarly erlb d

the Council, b*,cut off from that |hazard its'reputation 'as ;a prophet I 1896 was constructed for all eternity. Brelsford Bros, Palm Beach BeachFURNITURE and directed to be sold to-wit: SUA LOB & BROOME,
monthly stipend that must have who Age will only harden the cement with Wallace R Moses West Being all of the following described land
bj prognostications to
any as
N. situate In the County ot Dade and State of A TTORNEr8.A T.LA W.
been iu gratifying to him as it has will be the next Democratic-nominee' which it it is built. like the house : Florida via: The North halt of the Southeast e

r I bat>a uelrt* to the taxpayers that |for governor, but it would suggest; described in, the Bible, it i iA "built D E Cooper Mfg Co Jacksonville Township quarter Forty-four of Section(44)Thirty-three,South of(83). ia Will practice Office in In all the Courts of the State.

hare borne the bunlen with so little upon a rock and will endure forever. Range Law
that; although his name does not Forty-three ((43) Ea t. Also the two following Exchange, JACKSONVILLB FLA

protest. "Constant direct pre ure" appear in the "quartette" of candidates The man who tries to assail it GRAIN AND FEED: tract In Section Thirty four (34),of the

hue sjou,ided nice even if it has meant now going the rounds of the only makes of himself a political suicide. Wm A Bours & Co, Jacksonville Township and Range above mentioned: The IT C. UOUD.M. D,
North hall of the West half of the South-west .
absolutely nothing. But then I IIt it State press, Hon. Wm. H. Milton, Thousands of its enemies have Ben Potter, West Palm... Beach quarter of said Section Thirty-four(34)),and PHYSICIAN AND 8U' iO..

was a pleasant sinecure while I it Jr., of Maria nna, may become bigger learned tfcis. only after seeing the that tract of land described as folio wa: Being Office aad Besideace
HARDWARE: near Royal Polaelai
situate In
Township Forty-four,South
la.tI'd. factor in the State convention bones of their allies bleaching hi the
a M E Gruber, West Palm Beach Range Forty-three East,Dade County,-Floe list .
t. than sOme of the other candidates sunlight of public scorn.. This plat Ida.and beginning at a point 560 feet north

THE APPREdATirc LETTERS one recvirt and their friends imagine. Thl8.'of form waa oaly Jor-Dernpera HOTELS.5. -: of,stake Potter placed oaths by center County line of Surveyor Lot Three GeorgeW In T.D.. BROWN,. e

from those who admire ant l dnrse.lg 'oaly'atugKPaftop-I'snw4. but it is, broad, enough and atnotg Earma'n Jacksonville \Beach Section Thirty-foof,thence running west'to AR.CHlrECT-AIiD.BUILDER

omm"J the outspoken policy of a cola Journal.. > '' ",: enough to hold them TraCem- The Travelers, the west Rae of said Lot Three; thence north Plant
-. ----II.- 100 feet; thence east to the shore ot Lake and apeclkauon.'preya.edJobbing
paper whone editor U na ft'Bdy'to An esteemed has apo ''t as a-bulwark, JEWELERS: Worth; thence south along the shore 100 work gfven prompt attention at
erittdi -dhinJr in bigh placet contemporary the pi Jitjcian and ftice.lieebr'a& a ': feet;'thence west to the place of beginning Shop on Datura Street.
: wrong & Son West Palm Beach.t
discovered a good trust and Idner ,
says containing four ,
baad-wagon. Many uf the ,latter acren more or tan; all three
othm to confine commentsonlj .,,
M ure
we must learn to distinguish between of the above described tracts, containing
class are now"'ecelving the jeers o B. POTTER, M. D.,
to the plane of njcophanticulubber LAWYERS: 124 acres,more or less.HCTSON. R.
the good trusts and and the bad,
nod flatter of the builders for there death-bed' repentance Palm Beach B. SAUNDERS,
di"J1JstlnJr: ; W. I Metcalf, West 3-23-08 PALM BEACH.
which calls forth from the Rock FLAJJ
tl vhniw favor is but even these will find a Shaylor & Broome, Jacksonville Special Master
>ow they carry, orw W. I.METCALF,
Ledge News this declaration "Trusts Jacksonville Complainant'Solicitor.
: Ales St Clair.Abrams.
welcome to tand' if :
V spot>> they
of the that to upon 80-.V99.5t
thltipt KO compensateone like children P- 55- S. BURMIAM, 91. D.
are -they are good will only learn that it i is too large tostraddle. .
for I IIP dincomfort Impollitl'DtlPellUIIe e
li while they are little. A trunt that is MEAT MARKETS: 8URGEON AND PHYSICiAN,4Eye ,
.-Jacksonville Journal.
of fearletw tspnaking, regard Will Whidden, West Palm Beach rVOTICE.In .
trig enough to do what it is organ ...
tea of to one's e. and Ear Specialitt.
COlu'qnt'Dl't'I e
eht>qul"l'. THE Hex has several such x'xetd( for is a bad trust. Eve ate an. The name of J. D.Calhoun, the MUSIC HOUSE: Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Cir Office at Residence-S&Italre Cottan.S. .

apple once under the impression thatit accomplished editor of the Ludden & Bates' M H, JacksonvilleNOTARIES cult 9'I.A.THOltTASOND.D.
1 fetter* .vceivei! lately and on tile. of Florida ieand for Dade County.In -
would enable her to discriminate, Tampa Herald, has been mentioned : n' Chancery.

a. and look at the eon equeoceaJ. A as that of an availablt PUBLIC: S.
gubernatorial 'candidate. Mr. CHARLES METCALF)
Florida trust is no better in principle Calhoun,, W R Moses West Palm Beach vs. v In Divorce. Office: Corner Clematis Ave sad Olive St,
GALA WEEK JACCSoN19LLEth'yrnr certainly make an LOTTIE
AT 18 Beach METCALF. j
or practice than a trust of the admirable but he is ,I Guy I Metcalf, West Palm I II I WEST PALM BELL')!. FLA. <|
will nnlMxlj fratarra that can't -,- To Lottie Metcalf.Defendant-Greeting: It All kind's of modem ileutlstnr known to the
f famous New
Jersey brood We not at all likely to
bflp but Inteivftt an'd 1 entertain everjfUxljr. tnve, .the'editorial NURSERY STOCK: appearing from the affidavit of tbccomplatn-, profession Gobi crown and bridge-work a
heartily agree with the News.-Tallahasseean. chair he fills with so ant, Charles P. Metcalf, filed In the aboventitled i specialty. Teeth extracted without pala.
Convention of MayoAremen'a ? much credit John B Beach, West Palm Beach eOffice
himself Hours
to and the cans,that you are a non-resident u : Q to u a. m.and I to 4 p. ..
tournament, hnrae, bicycleanil 'Herald for any such perilous departure .*. ,nPHYSICIANS the State., Florida,and that in hU belief 10021'98L.Te

antotnoliib nicintr inanquerade Mrs.clftry !Ellen Lease says into the field of contemporaneous AND SURGEONS: you are a resident of the city of Youngstown r
"she believes State of Ohio; that yon are over the of DANIEL
she age
born ,
a politics.-Jacksonville
agi ta- -
West Palm Beach
and lun-i hulls, fantastic parades R B Potter.
twenty-one yean and that there la no one
tor. No doubt of it. Even her Call.There "
i foot hall and athletic conteNt. yacht) H C Hood .. In the State of Florida upon whom legal DENTIST,
husband would II
fact is not.a Democrat in the N S Burnham service can be made In your behalf; It Is
raring, llmitmt. wofld-renowued without argument. She agitated State.qf Florida whose record has IH. therefore ordered that you do appear to the COCOA INDIAN KITES FLOB1UA.M.re
tin-.... M-rfiirniHiuvH and herself
{ evorvlhingto and all who would listen to
bill of
been RETAIL GROCERS: complaint, filed In said cause, on or
|4" iiv. lh> mist eiHctintr. Thehob her for Bryan, and now she says lore consistent and whose Beach before the
she is a bility and hard work L W Burkhardt, West Palm WALLACE R. MOSES,
> nlf..ir.iII (win keeping wit h determined to "agitate thecountry" deeervegreater T D !Maihis West Palm Beach 6th Day of November,A.D. 1899.

the hntad-pin;..e, pnplic "HpiritHlne against him. Somebody recognition. Col.Calhoun would fill Glen.G. Strohm West Palm Beach Successor to A. W. Kobsrt
It ia further ordered that this order be
G ought to give Mary a dost the executive chair with honor to _.,.- I REAL ESTATE AltO INSURANCE
of Jnclannvillf'ii It'l int'll.* men and of soothing There ia published once a week for four successive ,
the people of the State will have IIn enough svrnp.going on without agitation himself and to the party and if he is SEEDS: weeks prior to said 6th day of November, Agent for West Palm Beach Water Town Works.Lola also

t having her turned loose to be a "sure'nough" candidate wdon't e L Cameron, Jacksonville 1899, In THE TROPICAL SUN, a newspaper wcetPNOTAeRY PUBLIC.
Opfjcrtunily( if the rutlrca.ta do thegHMriiiH again. published In Dade County, Florida. Avenue Olive Street.
thing in rates, to I'lljnyaWfotok Montgomery Advertiser.The know of a man in the State -SSI Ordered, thin ad day of October, A.D. 1899. 1:21.97ens West Palm Beach, Florida.

that should < the nli old woman of the Advertiser i ia whose, political record will bear a SHOE REPAIRING: A. F. QUIMBY
i ee
erowtlwltmm" t he firnt day motrop to! th..lllst.I | ". right, but she ought not to allow her closer inspection, with) credit to him W R Mitchell, West, Palm BeachSTEAMBOATS Clerk Florida.W. of the. Circuit Court of Dade County FRANKLIN SHEBN. GEO. O. BUTUCX.

jealousy to become so pronounced self, than that of the'able editor i .I.METCALF,Solicitor for Complainant. SHEEN & BUTLER.

I She and Mary are both "agitating'1 the Herald. He would have to doe I AND MACHINERY Co : SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS _,

MOIMNFECTIOUS.TBR in the same direction and they wake "smoked oat" at any rate.-Pensa I I Merrill-Stevens Engineering Jacksonville, NOTICE OF CONTEST.DEPARTMENT omce at West Palm Beach

an admirable team. Bryan is tobeooDgratulatcod cola Journal. i S.. Land.legally subdivided and agape tn
: Hrs s U in receipt of a comm Selecting and trading lands, loeaU
on having the TAILORING: ) estimating timber a specialty. 'att.
nkttllon from Mayor Whilldin Bta- opposition LAND OFFICE AT GAUIESVJLI.K, FLA.\ fal and correct work gnaraatoed. AUron.
of such a thoroughly congenial Advertising is the silent salesman that .Abe Safrtnek & Son West Palm'Beach September ij.1899) mnnlcatlona by man receive progrfrt attc*-
,- tins hat I le luu received a reply from I'I' A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed tion. WEST Bine l'rIot..t I. .
and thoroughly well mat does not sell the goods but ees. ll-T-ift
prepares 1 i in this office by Bristow Williams. contestant PALM BEArn rLA. t
Dr.J.Y. Purter Slate Health Officer LINES:
TRANSPORTATION against Hd. No z .m. made
the September
couple.Pensacola Journal. buyer for the buying; that assists entry;
in to the and S S Co 231895.. for of S. W. Sec. 34. Tp 4oS.
reply qaenUoiu Ocean Jacksonville
comnmufcatiotmitent -- him by telling him what he needs and and N. K ot N. w. ? Sec_, Tp.41 S, Range 42 S.
P B CRy, JacksonvillePlant E., by Leeraan A. Bard, contestee in which GEORGE ADAMS
: him ai a result of Though be be in directs It
brayed a 'mortar, him by telling him where he can I I SystemFlorida is alleged that said Bard has wholly abandonedsaid

the "111' rarniral" or citiiena' m eef. yet hb foolishness will not depart bay IL-Press and Printer. Central & Peninsular for more tract and than changed six months his residence since making therefrom said Deputy Supreme Commander

lug ht-lil hint week.' from him. Cleveland baa written a entry and next prior to the date of said affidavit KNIGHTS OF THE MAC ABEEI

Amniur other things, Dr. Porter letter to J. Sterling Morton-or at i respond,said and parties offer are evidence hereby touching notified to said appear allegation -, For the State of Florida. _

lit,*: "lit' cannot carry contagion( least the papers say o-In which le A. HAUOH. before Guy at 10 I. o'clock Metcalf,a.a m.Notary on October Public, at 24.West 1699, Will Institute Tent anywhere la the State.'f'
Palm Beach Fla., and that final For information address
hearing will
than fire
any more can. "I am demands that the
be ffiNNIC&CV'Practical be held at dock a. m on November 14. I8g9,
aian settled the opinion that letter beaten in Nebraska this brfore the Register and Receiver at the United tJEORGE 8. ADAMS
year in order HAUGH & States Land Office iu Gainesville,Fla. 6-1-99 West Palm Beach Florida.

nail or ordinary paper will not that Bryan may be beaten in the The filed said August contestant 28,1809 having, set,forth in a proper facts affidavit which

carry Infection. I an firm in thfaMid nation next year. It is rather surprising show that after due diligence personal serviceof

this notice can not be made it is hereby or- CITY BARBER SHOP
hence po JUelyl'P.lule to LareanTthing to see men who were so emi dered and directed that such notice be given by

& to do with the disinfectionnftuail. neat'!in the party only a few years Machinists Gun i Locksmiths due and proper publication.W.G.ROBINSON, Register. Banyan Street.

." HENRY S.CHUBB, Receiver. !gar
ago now so frantically demanding..

It U a matter inpreme regret i that it be foredoomed to defeat next .9 tf IlILO COOPE" Pre,> I!

that the 101.81"1(11' Autocrat"should I,year. Bryan will be nominated! by Gas Engine and Motor; Repairing r

*' bare than failed in hi* pretty scheme the party if he lives to the next convention GUY L METCALF

tn bate an embargo placed on the I and both these ex-Demo- General Light Machinery, Work SEMINOLE BARBER SHOP. NOTARY PUBLICFor

Importation of the product of bUlniiiineM crate know it. Bat they are su com J. D. ROFFIN, Proprietor. the State of Florida at Large

riral. But tai things go iathUi pletely envenomed with personal I BY EXPERIENCED MECHANICS. First-Class Deeds, Mortgages, Lasses and Coatraeta .
f Polite Attention.
world ; "the bmt I..illlIChpm hatred of Bryan that they would Couveyancing Drafted.SPftllltI

'' I)' tAke aDd wen Rngq aft nitw."etc.av wrwk the party rather than see it''Sbnp lu Gruber' : Shop on Banyan Street, AD Olllce Work OoanDteed In wall, Correct.
West t Palm 1 Be ae h. FLORIDA. West Bleak
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Farms. ." Udeb ed" silver The gold Sole Ajcent for the tpmoaiWalI Imnk.!r.t;ilat, I ..Ji. tbbond-Head tVtwn | Tim* TaU*la EfleetKa. t-teatk_II4-Kn4 t'p j
dollar was then the cheaper one being treaetwaadP too /..$ C.m- eply -.' I Nq 71'11... 16 =-. =U J. 11. 110. Central Ma. WJ>. ISlNe. S3 No. Bv-i_ 4.
e BBawi BMaBMA960 worth 3 cents less than the silver doltr -. elate Ill HJf.f.m ) liadyI1h1yiteeth'lleridtan, |( ) Tim u.w.I.I.|. 1 j I*'l1l I l>*l'y.! !p1IV :
Indeed tbe that ... ..{ Sol 7 Welt' 7 eoJi'.11 Lv. ...rld T.+ p... Ar. ....... 9vnTlv 9uni. T _. I _
TO ,TEE VOLUKE CP DEB only excuse any FURNITUH.1ti ;...,... 13....... ...... ,L1'Tampa Bey i.olrl.Ar .-...l******.!...*...|.*.* ....... -
see offers for the act ia that silver was ... 14' 7 J.P.Ii 'i aJI: Lv. .....TelUipea._....Ar. ._... 10 rowrio sonr1. l *ur.ttfJI.ll -.... ,.
) b>> valuable to be coined ,Mr Sherman1iveti of all deneripUoix attack Bottom PrkeLnih : ..-.rla.....; :::: 11 15 9 bOMJ 0 r.Jf'.ilLv. Lllk'I"1II!l ... h....... 8411, Scad ft aw*....... ,
Whnif.ia.le JUtafl. ....; k 4.W510 411 La'.L true S3I'JI.IO
........ Doty.Dd ... .. ....... t that as a'reason:'eayinx'thai 1he'eil'tI labl Carriage $6 _:.. Ji II rjJ Lv...... Orlau'e.....Ar. ..... "li,1 S airy;.1.'w ..-..... ,
dollar was then worth aboq; 3. up to |20. Co' Carts Belrtger.tunleepheeta, ....... J13 '''HS.fJIll 3PS: !L1' ..AVi't:! 'rrark..Ar. .:..... 8 49ft I ft.**.......
... laf.sed PrP. the ....*.. .1 Iket Eta t ....; i 33Py11451ii245ssLv. Salt'.d Ar. ..--- '* I s ....,....?.. 4
per cent wore than the gold dollar THr -- I : ....... 'W&:2 I 17:41 Lv..Oraa. -.O Cfcy Jct. Ar. ....... l Q2?; 1 _.... I
...........-... ..Uaf PrIM .f larliele saj ,(since-his_c'oiveraiantof ; ...... II sets is as ..... .......Ar. ....lie Lv.d ....Lv. ....... :rL-, 4 .*.WoIt.I.[ ...
r *..... ....... YaJa* of ,tk.anti. the We hire*'ooHlgBiui-nt ot Oak Diners,and "....... 7141 2 45P ....... .. _:'Lv.,...IJel.anl.... Ar. ....... S S llPll.... y.... -
coona) that act was simply a rec- Reed Rudeu that will be sold very Iuw41Wr t 1111'3I''11 4 ; 4 lOaLv. .....i'c:a ka_... Ar. _....: n 50-; I ours 11 .: I+r.$11.o .
Ogni\on of a condition: that fa.td long. haidle the rMuot* Cleveland and Banjbter loifJl, 5 f8 5 2 6 :s.a Lr<.rernC vjgpruifaAr. ..... .11_ 2 tXn. 9 43JUiS: I.N s'41l
Misted Both however omit all I l Ps I c1P 51' 5 29AM LT. Ma-iKil.a SI..lul..Ar. .......t1o f "" JIS eJ412t
Tb cnst tau,, la prica that eet, Into men BICYCLES. ._ .f 1 (llJPJIj f wP tI 8JO-i;Ar.JAI KnUNV1L11Lv.: _1J..i11_'I 215 !!!.!..!!
Ills 184 attll eoationw not only dePc lion of the Highly significant tact that .=. -. ..... ...... J.n.'Lv.'' ..5.1'aeresurg..Az. ........12 ...... .. .......
et the time of demonetization the awtnIgo Eaperial attention given to our Kill Ot@ert.' "_. .-......J ....... ......:Lv. lioLeair......Ar. .......11 td ......J.. .-.... ._... t.
atj 'UUiiWM, bat It worked each a We. UmraaUe :Satbtaetlun b. th In bode.and' ::... : ..;.... ::19 ....... ......'Lv .7arhnn $.pnega..Ar ......:it :ipj ...... ..... ._.. -
cUtraetkAbl eqnltle that it cannot of silver was IncreasiDg''err rap iMcea. Call send in order' tri ......;:. ...... .0 ...... ....... L1'.l."f: .. Ar. ..-.. 7 90PJ....... .....:1 1.m : .-..
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e ba 4&1'b1| any pgnQQ.1IDdera&aDd.. IS aid Laara SL FIA. "t & l eoii..-- ....... ._.....'.Lv.... J..l.1. .. Ar. "... i 4oPal.._:. ...... .0 zia ,
btf tU utteaiioa who aim knows the In 1868 tbe coinage of silver dollars 17 JACKSONVILLE ; ONLY to. > .._..; ?.- t lOP....... .......'Ar... Gain eri.Ie.. Lv. ......'j 1 UM ... ... .... t7 an ;
It"iflSBMltiH waa 182,700; in 1869 494,800; in 1870. 4-21 : '; ..._..t... ... 1Oari. .. ... ...Lv.... lallllilville..Ar. ...... .......t.. ._ .._ ...
di&* *M B lffe i right aD4 wrong D. E": CQOPER'ffi'Pg ,".,,','. : .. '!\"i\\.J.. .. v.1\t:;2M ,_'. : 01,. ..,._. ....LV..Haatmrae..Ar. .... 1 is* .... ...,i71ara
producer for the -benefit"ofto 45,482; in 1871. 1.117.186 in 1872. .' \ \ ..II,1''....... icss ...... ..-.... ;'Ar. ..... I'elait*..... Lv. .. : 116iJ" ..... .:.>.... le iu '
.118.600.. and for tbe first 43 day. of 76.Ir.J.tCBSO\VILLELv a mall! : t_. .. wa
Bxwprodooer, and it fell with tapeda !tI.1oPal.I = : ::: .:::::;; ? :ju ,
878. 206.600. which rate if continued I.\ .., ., '., -H 845fJ........ 8 Doss ....... 8 Ovu'Lv..JAlKSoNViLLEAr.9tSA 13 ; v GOI'JIIJ WWT*..l'7.,....
seventy upon ttM q xkoitaralcfa9 would ...... n.u"'u {, I airy ......."10 ion ....... Ar. ... Ware'....... Lv. III 6 lass 11 0 4arit.I ......
tad other producers of raw malarial have made a coinage for tbe : "\ ", t..: ... 7 ides ....... n fi ...._ 19 4JUI...... ...... tfeaup ......Lv. Hjan895n t bass t h4II 4 ___.......
year, of conaideraUyi '8.000,000, .T-... ItttVj 2 1411 :...... U UjfJI Ar. .... Kavauiali...Lv.. 82BU1 84HUIi ) I &.ln l-.....
..t TL BiMttfsctBTer;could generally for the .. .' ....... !!!!.!!.I.{ us* ....... 4 24P*Ar. 2! C 1 ... Lv. : eopJVu isnr a fan ...... ...... I
rtcoop sad la a me tqra safe him I there was tteolotely no reason .... .._... ...... a:IFS .... 3 Ml* Ar. 2 Ii ch.ra.t Lv. ....... 9 fcitf: 7 *... ......+' .._.
self hU material at low. 4emonet alloo of silver ia the .United : ....... ....... :1 aa'a ....... 7 ally Ar.H Wu>b4i|; on Lv. ....... 4Sta' 8 sari _..... __ 4
by getting nw tatea. The email coinage cf previous Recognizing the demand in West"la1m' '..:..: ........ 1 03UI ..__.. 8 loaf: Ar. e \ Baltimore... Lv. ...... a Sass a Wa ._.... ..._ i S
a rates Dot the farmer the miner and .. .;.. ....;;..I 3 S01S ....... 14 3511 Ar. a PIIIla.I'IJ.b l Lv.. ....... /511111OpPs,...... .... I
otbat jnodseen bad DOOM behind themtotbwa'tblofflcoold years was well'known'to bIt'owing10'the'd Beach for lijt; ---.iU (1"1! ....... .,.....I 0 Ku...... 1 airy Ar. trw l'otk... Lv. .._.. a W. I IAI'._. .1.- n. :
ce between'oar ratio and that of l It: :' nll-rte i J...... ...... ,1 I COjS ....... OOP1.Ar.a .. Boston .... Lv. ....... fllllf.U.. ....... .:... .
-"of : .
be tranuferred Franca Even if .silver were not being : I J' -: 'r, "_. ..41x:'",,'; -:.. -10 JOS. -..... 1\11411' :; Lv.- .... WaycroiM ....Ar.- -...... llO-I.!,-.... I 43s .......
At the BUM time': the burden of the Ice Batw .1f j J:.::. .....: ;.124MI4UM ....... i> I5PLLY..Ttfrva ....'.LT. ....... 11041I....:., 11SI1I....... J ,r
.......if... laoaued tb. teaefit of: coined at all the ,law did no.harm., It, Good at ReasonaWf ;. ;. "J :...?. ..... ...... 4 JttlAr. .....Mown ..... LT. ....... Il SUP*...._. 1110&1'....... !
err ..... caused complications, and nobody .._.... ...,.a 72SII1MM ....... 7 an: ,Ar. Atlanta LT. .. ,,1UrJI.... f 00.. .._ '
(it reIdttot. ,....... :..... ....... MUtAi..C'.ltatlO< ga..Lv.. :....:. I b5Pyl.._::. I e&II;..__ '
Enry debt... be-peld oat of the was complaining of it-. -Instead of
wcwirtd for tbe one of the metals entirely u ,.,..-, _...,. 10 3OPJ11 ........ Lv. ...W.juo.e ....Ar. 10 icy a IIOAII ....... ...... _.__
sIIIce FlodacQollaborU the ratio should have been ,3 ''fi G' ,,....,,: ........11 a P.II'U'' ( .. Dn|"t>t Ar. 8 a t Uu' ...... ....... ._...
tile price fall. It II the same thing as money ...... ...... t O1e./L"' YahiMta. .. LT. 'I e9P 4 IIU ....... ...... .......
sdditioa the debt elf haves changed to conform to that of France. S .. .,..... i iou 2 ...Thomaev1tIe ..Lr. ti a bolt...... ...... .......
M to a man and the right of the people*to the fall The Arctic WarfeOF : ."r...... ....... 810JI 9 ....almitKOQiery..LT.UIVM J1 5A 7 4ea ....... ...... ....... i
Ieorlg.de Apoa hta.'probertcad i tbepTlc ..;... 8 Win 9/SPy.1Lr..ftonir..wery..Ar: I 725et......:. ._....1._.. I
'of hi* prodnct fall one-halt."ItT aeerof, both metals aa money should .., '. ..:.." 1t5L1735: : I........|Ar. .:.Biimingham..LT. 9 t !!""i _... ...... ... '" .
bate been preservedThis ....z..... .....s. 7 IDfJl\ 5 SOJC.......'Ar. .....NathUUe..LT. I 212 I m ...... .......1.... ,r' 1 t
takw jut" aa much of'I Jt to pay MIAMI RjORttTA: ........ .......7tp.7 >H 73011Lv..N.Mllle..L: 111 .1UAIf....... a35s:...?. "
W Aflt le.tfaet the 4ebt 6dOnbdedlIt matter ia referred to not because .....>.*. ....... >awn Uan U Z5Jl Ar. ... Louisville .LT. 9 :: 55U1! ..... I WJI _
the 'particnlar circumstances of diver ',. .. ....... 7 CUM .4 e'fjlj 4 t&PJI An.....'tlnriaeL.. LT. I It ....... 11 N.1a.... .11
may however, reralt la something agreat emonetization fenipotiant h 'jI *vi .:.;..:r == '8'WiKl 9-I lO"l5j'Ar.. ;le :C ,...,LT: -, B==- :=::,::= '11
deal won \h&D.Ia. statement are theaiselTfarse. : ]lvemade'arrangement; $ jipparry a,fiill ..'....? .:.;..: I ley 7 UU 7 JSU Ar..liW&Ot I..CJdea e.Lv. llOP.II 11 4511I:....... 'I Sue .......
iatkst aDetta> rte.veceaaariry paid but because of jtbe character, ? :::::: ....... "7JOJIusui- l 11pPJ i; 7 lal'dr... &Jat Lonii ...Lv. "li TWJ::::::: 14i i.::::.:::

0.101 profita. Expenaea "most be met of f the objections made toile relenton. supply of Ice which ill b0:delivered. : -._. -.... 9 uPs .-......,Lv.-...at It is boldly aaaumed that silver ....:,. :,... 4 UNSOf $ .......'Ar. ......jioi-u......L. 22OLa.13b..j. ._... .... _...
Man the debt can be paid and If'the'ptire was demonetized because it was "sn allimrts of town promptly: and regular .... .....:.I 9 7 floss ......:.KevOrleaaaLv. f 45p 1 T 55ss ....... ....... .......
be below
cat the point of profit Nolo'-VIA 1I.lInille.: sine %->.la+ tuci tual e- Lt.b.vJile. TI11a' etatfuss Balk" .
the debtor cannot pay at all lerabnndant and' cheep. when., in ly. We will endeavor to :merit :.your thus t dftilr. eaten 8uuliy. Time nhovfl at all other stttioni Is daily. 1

'Take the tau.tat a farmer with a |3.* fact. itelhdttJlhedeawermetal.hedemonetization. TUR.--UOU caw SEBTICE.. .
QAOmcttgage CD his farm: With wheat has made it cheap patronage. .JJ... U wart tin vettibnled co*a ll'UII',c.i ni.'PuDmu tlcepm betveea Port Tampa,Jack-
at tUcora at ftO oenta. tateea at 50. iat la. compared with gold In reUion" j IIIIIvilh. ,end New Turk via A-lantie l'oall'Lipo r... nuylvaiilt KailnkwL S
p I'aUlnn al .8tIl" :Hlw
Nei 7hrUh.nJ P 'wJ.eboQIoIIaJ1114: York.
....U4''Clet opttiai'bia to other things silver! la not cheap ..
"ttiaga. in. t )1. n..d itarry1itlnunaiwp.a.bidswal'vrtTiapaandJak..svNaNo. :
might be worth $3,000 aa will be' shown further oa Nor.was H. H. COOK .Local ''Mgr .. 20a..d.7 tiny Vulliuui."...", bitvnji, JacktoktiUe sad ClMliaatl, ..fcawtL.iI lioatgaeay.
crop ny ; .. '
1&t superabundant, tor. in the 1873 .ltK- Bkeprr.B k* to rHMf> Port TaapaU dot JiaU I
U hit total to year ...
we nppoaa txpeaditnrea :KM. >8 and:.3tarrJ l'U assts.per.twtwernJukrunvmeae4ttua4.tIYait' rT aa4Mo
be 11000 be baa $1.000laft to apply the prodacti6n tf gold was d94t100,800'greater '. iIe. Illaw n.:& jb.tw..eo J ark osvilie and St Joule via yontfaBtery' and LMtevttie XA-
than that of .silver. :Thi .idle tL B t tad b on tbe mortgaga. Ba cut a'the; debt' gold I and I11 JoLt C 8\ral Iiailway.PlaatSbamsMp ._
tandardUts have created the conditions i;
la five years, U pricei tra cut to one ,. .

bait bia ClOP flu. $1,500 sad bla ei- adverse! L to .silver and,DOW'.&hel have .. .., 'Jt .. i ..1J Una.. Stea ships ;dstta and Mawctte,

Daaditwn 11.000,: htviac him onlybup the hardihood to urge those conditions X ; Sat..a. aniUA... .u Lv.........na..ana..Az..1OAII ....w.. Sat am4 Va ,
u a re ion 1wh1 it ab.nldaot.be ra- "i' f NtWed.andMoa..1'a.3J Ar. ....... Key w.rt..LT. I WfJ.....TW.: fti aa4.....
| "fiJroBbi8fcbi iaaU* of pay .i .BatAVed. and lion .:-.-a 3u3 LT.:...: Y- W.rt.. 4L 8 vxJ.....Taw..,...Fri awl Ran.It t tSou
lac It U. five::yar, It will take Urn tored Figuratively they have knocked , 'leDg.- a rote, It doe pot work aofavorably liver down and now kick it for; fallng -. Established. 1825 ,. _Slaepi-!. UlrJreervaIWJUI..tI"'IIJ Icagth cf lime tat a4 vmmt and a I iafoi atioB fvmbacd at
However diver was demonetized the Wry Ktii Ofi.ce,1M Vat 1111 b.reet,JacktosTiUo w fcj a44re aU(
lot bia aa that- There I are boa -r. M. JOLLT. ))11''. r.... Aeent. .W. V. Ur&KX. ni'. ..... At..LIW
I acme darns which fall my little and whether openly or surreptitiously .Wtilljam A., Fours & Co. f W. lay hi.. Jwk.onvllU. Fla. Taapa, fla,
Otbar t lap which do not coma down eatly or dishonestly, its consequences r;. D..PB .IN. 11. Y. PtAKI. B.DUHHAM.:' B W. WBXS5..
-........*. ... ..
VloPraidnt.1-* .. .
were full of injustice to tbe American t.11'
I say Taxaa.tatartat and many other alw.ud.lLr. It*.SUMMIT. ........c. ....ea.

plop sri practically lUtioaaiy So it i&dple a.od.lnjar1 to the country a; Grain Men Seodsaod: :letiita. !iltliiaU.ted I'lajlas Curds eau ba ae..rc4 at SS eeata per deck .,.. ap UeaUo.-

Buy very easily UppeD that the value to agents of the Plant 11'114181.

of the crop will fall Wow. tbe :cas\: cffero CAUSED. BY GOLD. ,J.. .....
adaf it. and as'a result nothing i .No..6 ,EAST BAY STREET ....J .J; c1 IfV.1u.E F'-'..

faa bay aaldoa. tee debt Aa. She value Tai- Ocaeral Boalaeaa De........ _. .. .. I Florida
of 1be ptodoct falitt'the Valoaof tbe flr atkort tae ,Wand.Is J : East Coast Ry.
: We hlndle0I11i tb'el& and most Uellabla KeeO ,A f9ph Stock of ,
fana itself dadiaea: aad upon fore- : 1888 the United States coinmisilftaer -

. cloaaia 1M a..satvtatldtaU.fta of 'tabor;: inahi'-aaaiaaI'report.' 'Hay, 'ICOrD,TABLE: NO..ZU IN;EFFECT'SEPT. ,M. ms.Jdc. .

*edomtfuat.iMracletst1o of Uted that buaiaest 4e OD.u1ated I .
the. "tulloa'd.'" ytle ..t II jean ta an extraordinary eilenP4tfoY 'tbivllited b eaI COttAn 'Seed !t dtaiokAT tetnm-CIW 'DowII\ 1 MOETHSTATIONS. BOUND t a.4rtr '

W bees.the 4istrele et the pr' 4 iaing world.naiaing. Sa an4 as the T' e NefT >:i;
and debtor ciaaaea.'wblla'tbe'Booprodact&tV gfeateat unfferer and placing tbe'Unite4 WHHOLSALE .; ,

BMBey lending' and 'fixed income Sates a.I OG4 pa the JiaL l ,J (800 ; n.PI.C&-" Lea......................... .Jacksonville........................Arrive IV I.m
vicher and"TlCDCtV' David A. Walla a gold standardiselablisbed : & Agents for TygertAlh ] Arrive.................._:. SL Augustine......................Leave a1 tin
CtMaWa) MaTV JTOWO* 5aipilo, Leave.......................St. Augustine................._....Arrive I Sias
anti taeaocamolatioaof wealth at th@ hie celebrated work entitled Star 9caan 'etblilK'nt-Guaral't..d laalyii, Orange trc. anfr Vi-cJiUlile Fcrtllizfr. Puregroua0 ,ali7p'ul I .4 ........_........ ........ Hasnnm... ...._............... Leave I. 1*
pat imoaay rceaten ,dana without "Recent Economic Changes." The bull have Boue,no Nitrate Superior bola in,tbe M uriate Market of 1..11.And a trial rtnipnate! will convince.PUaan. Banit-eta.-" negtfeiliHxpra :er.PIU 5a Arrive.................. ....._ Palalka! ...... ., ...... .. 1Aoa rtr ay

pantlal la tba bistory of the wotldGENERALWARNER'8 of tbe entire work was the unusual Bead for -'aUUMtii*.Frue- :i -?-.- ,. -- vio-a. wOceaJ' ;.211' pie Leave .. ....... ........ Palaikit.... .. .. ...... 1.... t 0 o. Fd3

and long continued business depression '. .- ..-'l ..... A:rive ......................? ban JdalllO. ..,_ ........... I_ .. Tw...

existing throughout Europe und'Afiier-' T ...... 7801 Leave ........................ San Mateo _... .......... ...... iTi

DENIAL. 11 ....................... .. ..
: wi&h'athet SOB Love East Palalka. .. ........... ..w r,Tftip wT4Sp1Blip
tea He begins his book e. SteamsnipOompany : I .........................Ortnond......................... aG p fLit
DM 11M'lair Vfat IU... ..... B.* striking words .Il6p IUIIp .... .......".... ..........,... Uaytots...... ................ .. T tale
.......r> e.._ '. % t l06p IISP .. ................ .......Port Orange... ..._.,... .. .... .. I t 5 t'
of aod'a
. The existence a most emrioaa J hU''' '' i-ikir.ilLI I as n. IMp .. ......................... New Srorrr .._............,..,.., .. 100.1..:
\tbe a.tn.o Bacord recently printed 'many respects nnpreeed.tted1s: l '-01\ b\ PlNAH INC.Florida !SH :222p!:! .. ...................... Oak Hill ........ ; ..::::::::::::: .. lt-V q
, ?I alP 80Up ........................Titnsville. ....................... 14x{ i gun
authentic interview
I what seemed to be an turbans and.depreaeion of trade commerce ...... JSOp N .........................CatyPoint......................... N Ilipjg ,
, with General A. Warner, president and industry which first manifesting '" ...... .. ........................ ........... ............ .
of Amerkaa ....... Slip ........................ Rocckleeddge............:............ .
the union Barked ia
I BiraeUHIc Uaelf-.Ln .a degree ...... 4 lip N ..... .................. Eau Ga1lio ................... .... .. .,..,.
to which l that geatlemaa waa Dade toay 878.. prevailed with fluctuations ofotensity ..... 4 Zip .........................Melbourne..................."..... .. UXp ..
I woold be To.New Yorkt:; And Boston. }"..... 4S7pUp .........................Roseland........................ II ....
silver the
i that a secondary: ap to present Urn((1889)).: ..... 11.11 N .......................... Sebastian .... ................... .. 111 ,
true la the campaign next year The Lt an economic and social phenomenon ...... ( .......................... St. Lnrie....::.,.................. was* ....
bereaa of the Democratic national A Short iEail Bide to Thence ...... 615p841p : ........................ Fort Pierce....................... 19 ......
has'been Savannah
press bat evaywbererecognized.: ............ ...............Edjt .... ......., ,................ 1i<<.e -
committee, once communicated with Commenting upon the phenomena of .. .., 64Cp : .................... ....... Jensen.Sci: ........ .................. .. 10.18
XteaeTftl Waraer. asking Urn lU!be wu the industrial'depression' l1h equent'to A ShortS Voyage. 8 Hp .............. ..........._ t... .....,................ ....
t Jet N ..................... Robe bound....................:. .. /1 111I
ecrrecUy quoted Tbe following reply: the early months of 1882. the directorof Sailing from Savannah: I I ................... ... West Jnpiter...................... .. 'lr.a
deajlag tbe truth of tbe interview, baa the United States 'bureau of labor. .. 813p848p .. .............. .....-West Palm Beach ?.....;.......... I"
i 5 Ships Each Nk : )u EC; : T1:. : asIp .. .................. ........ Boynton........ .................". .. I .!
I bias received at the Chicago office of In bis report for 1886. considers the nakffls -,- ? .. ............ ......... ......... ............ .. t a7.Iq I
DM praa barean .__ ._ involved in respect to their relations ; HT. >I J niP .... ..................... Fort Lauderdale...................... ....
I -- t .ihorJP ....... .... ........ Lemon Citj.... ....... ............ /2 .
I| r. A DnUa. tH. Pray Banal UOCU OMBOcratte BntUMaX OaV Hattoaal to each other.!'and ,toseverity.of ,All ikket.agemts and hotels are supplied" with sailing schedules. Write for gen '. I t: .)Goo!>,Arrive..........................Miami................... ....... .. SUa c
I OieiayilM. CMcayt: experience to stand in the following eral information sailing schedules, stateroom reservation or call on BETWEEN NEW SMYRNA AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION.6pWlUaLv .
...... order' Great Britain the United States. '
Data Bia-TW takyraea kal JwItb-
E. H. HINTON Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS Fla Pas.. Agt.. a tr2 l I STATIONS. I INo. nI e. I
el aw kern I ..... awry acid le anybody tkatattfar Germany France Belgium. | ......... ... ...... .. New Smyrna. .......................Ar'ffL>tr 115?
Is a amaJaqr .... I kate said that to- .So while special tadnstriea4o1iiiedone 6vanBsll/' : Jacksonville Fla. 6-to.9E 1121x1 ._....................".....Lake Helen................. ....... .. l4416 .
....* a* Ike cut oaacrcat war almost cattail .. ................ Orange city ............<.....".. jUguot 411,1v.
Is aaai locales kfl tk ceewyy ybaat ell the fairly well and while trusts flour- ,- OSp u 43a'Ar...."....., .. .. .:..Orange City Junction.................... ,II d5&up
BMaay tjsaalu_-UketylorUX HmAig to tab.-while'individuals continue to get All tramg between New 8n-yrn and Orange City Jonrtion Daily except Sunday.UKTWIKM .
Sttteet s tote .... et public alteatiaa (whether rich aa tame will under almost any cir a iRI>.
4A >
at* j. rt.ai+M at tile banks tarn lwe our cur favor #
aaqr). TW wong qeaatitta kaa loat BOB of alt cametanccs. and peculiarly e. 1, TATION \e.li

i..eata.ey aad 14..art lalak any backward d localities have flourished-that Lv.................................._Tilnmnlle................................. I p-
Iaap aa thki ..-s.w be take by the Demo- 1.-tile moneyed+ laaaeain them Iale-. 1i&. ............................,.........>Muna....................................::. .:. I ISp't
taste to UK Then will kowem. be other that .....................................Osteen...................................... .. II CsI :
SMeiacat Uauat tka truata Mat, ImperlalUU.fary there can be no reasonable doubt Peninsular R. R. 1( ...................................aterpriae ......................... .... II ate
from the" year-1873 down to IBW:Kea .. yleUa.a. ........................... .Enterprise Jaoction........... ..........,..;.... lie
tnIII 1I. A..J. Wauia.Bel unfavorable ',' aJaAr...%............................ .. ..... ............... ............... lieu

eral business conditions were SanSfaorrd
.. ...... y :;AH traiaa between Titn wine lad Daily e eept SIlAi y.
tfc. C.aia and that both -'iD 'Europe and .. .

A badga emfektaiatical of the free America the ,producing and debtor! ;KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

diva doctrine ia.aoW'being manufactured classes were almost seriously tijuredbythe -OEFERSi. '
sad sold la the interest of the national contiOOQGuDd heavy fall ojT prices Tba tCaamera of the Florida Eat Coast Steamship Cumpanjr appolntad la aUMSTEAMSHIP f

ways and means committee. It (rotting down profits and crippling them tJ"l COCOA. !

II. dakof fbatd metal'ia 1he'ab pe of la their debt paying.powers.'_iTbe: war Unexcelled Service In I tall directions betweenFlorida .

abidd'flatbed half gold and half ailver. aDd gold discoveries have offered bat SOUTHBOUNaLsav
with three stars enameled red. relief- and the ':other portions of the .+ .Miami uWf.ad CTadnesdavs; Arrive Key West temporary .
Ilvaa aa4
toa.'-t tJU ve Jey' West Jlundaya and TburaJsjs; Arrive Tutadays t
and tIde .raapaetiwly acrosa the
White ,
top of tbeiehUM. /rae aield bearS The Party *f Danger I I ''United'States Canada Mexico ?, ,1M NORTHBOUND. I

the laacriptioa. lOll to 1. Bryan :Our judgment U that the ReptbUoa I .,Leave vaaTuesdays and rrict fl'Arrl" Key West Tu.adal..d Fridays.JLeava .
ItOO. Jt U a badge symbolical d J JLViBOtratlc party waa never in greater danger than : Key WeitJoewiaji and Frid.ija Arrive Miami Wednesdays and Salurdaja

:' faith and prtadpiesdthe it ia now Rejoicing in what ia claimedto Departnrrs from Miami will be made aooa aa posnibla altar arrival of train U .

Democratic leader. allover and the round tetween Jacksonville and New York ea sailing days.Tt .
oat worn by be a "great victory1 having Two traJnadaily year ..
Time TaW show the buN which h'aiDaud t.o&tI be _&elm..a .
who have it executive'and sae i at may upet
the country seen complete control of the l <4 part from the aeTawl itatloaa.aad potty bat their arrival or drpuiore at tUe tinea
prior of It ia 14 cents or |M*per doaoa legislative branches of theggovercmenl, To this is added a Sujrli) Ve a bQtedTrainlffrtdg sta ted I not guaranteed,nor does tae Company hold lueU mpuaable lor say dolly w aa/

clnt& Every disciple of Bryan tbo'l leaders feel that they have a free seqneneea ioaa/Uaw .
to the Season Far copy ot card call ai 228 Wart Bay Street.Jaokaoa villa,or addree
'-" sad bUnetaOlani ia expected: to wear itWaereed rein to.tegialats u-.they pisMi. /That Toqriit I J.P..B1rCXWlTB.raffia Manager. J. D. ILUUI"D", .L G. P. A..

hereby at -.ee prodaimtDg' every piece of partisan legislation en- '.. Nt-Aa.nrtiae. ..
M veil U contributing toward the ji- ietad by'the nut WnsrM Ua'" IUI "

tioaal caBjin and JTbis l art&ba the relating to finances will be dictated by .I

cOdal Democratic' badge 'A dre lan the"money power.', goes witboatuying 'n II IIIY'fP! A lilt' For CI cliuiVtl I.wd>e Neer.: : '

eoauaaakatioaa to Brig Committee It is almost certainty tbaj.some f/ / nil II'" For Newt Orfeaaa and aathiveitera poiaU. NEW .CROP SEEDS For Fall and Winter

Unity building Chicago.( Bemitta&canpajsy oner of the various currency"refcmi bflls ...Sowlng...

gls/t aa all order now before congreaa-with perhaps a -
: J 1 amendments in matters of Through Pullman Sleep( g Carr 1rattlbrougblonteg'orJU
few trifling Finest Mocks of ,Cet.re., Cauliflower Celery and Lettuce, Black
,......... n.iada.
D.f.*alt than detail-will be enacted into law Tbbf; > : ,. '. -" _.. "..",. ,Golden aad Vajentire Was Bears; Georgia and Florida Rye ; Texas
WantediNIy., of *ot more will not only commit the Republican U : ,.,; '" .J i J ; .' ... :and Florida Rust Proof Oats. nr.Wrlte for price list.
1.000.words cacb., )eaaoastrating thai standard

Sal fcaaitka' ia tbt. Dedtrltfftn tf. Ha; party which thoroughly it baa so often to the condemned gold but Uvla r" \.. CAMEP.ON, Seedsman, 125 East Bay .Street, JACKSOfiYiUE, FU

.pv, anra tNt "' fo4etsmBafa4tti! >l. it will do more. It will J Wa'de |he,i ttirement t- itACOuaertipq jn/Qtin.atifsj.' apply j ogeat. of the F;C.&.?.; >
from the consent of > our "
their jort powers of all national paper currency : 'j; :
.10 faOaetaos, faIN and a
tMlO'erM1" aDd surrender the entire control of our ..

ante tbaeofwbicbUberalpdeeswilkbs 81ttertQ paeraUt. For the bee paper money:Jo tbe banks',j3hia leaving Ja_all* F. C.,WRIGHT, D.P A., ).'Or l WcnELL, L. A. .SHIPMAN,
Nations tmperiallrtLeagaa j -W/ Street.-.*- *" -GenH lIssengefAgent. Ass't Gen. Pass'r
Address scheme that can never be defended ia 302 Bay Agt, "BUB'SCRIBEEDRTHE .SUI
can White Boase the peat foram of the people. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA _

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BRYAN NO'" rH :", bf them are'capitalised for 18,500.000

.IISSUE$.. 000. The eJtireamoun' of metallic; THE BIJTIIon !AIL B[ Wh \
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money in the world' is !$8.000,000,001; .. hi6's f :
Nearly.half of that >8rOOO.OOO.OOO It 'ABB SAFRANEK., tt SON: t -
Democracy Stands For the Peo- represented by these 90 trust ... ,

ple's:Rights.HE ': : "The president baa selected bis attar-, :' \wrA.Cus. 'oP Does Your StationerySuit It Prepared faou Supppt' '<
asp general from the state ia which' The Tree Mends with"wdr ,
most of the trustsare, being formed. )

4 MISEE'3 DOLLAR ABOVE MAS.Bejmkllcan if and there'is his attorney any way general of stopping tella na that the s 'Tailoring Company. You ?.... Meals it Ufiif Mm xBiod

trusts it must be devised .
some way by '
the, different states I believe it iawithin S1b1S!! All PUTS Ml TO QBDER Fresh Fork,
." Party I'ot. :Money Before
the province'of the attorney Beef
Unman LIfe'aU."ra aid Son start eneral to enforce the law, and if thoselaws ; )- Next to his wearing apparel there ia nothinga ,

I Give Their .Mvr..Kor Country,' bat \ are insufficient it U within bis Cleaning'Pressing and Repairing Poultry :
really Beat roan is about :
eo particular
Hoarded Wealth Doe. Nut Dear Its province to recommend law. which -, .N aa

abare of the .UOD'_ Harden. ae bufficient A, Specialty., the quality and of his Egg&
You know why it is that the trusts Stationery.

William J. Bryan in bisperch at ester today: it is because their 'existence t'uo' .paittlSHtf''mUHTEEB.WEST : ': And IB very troth it ,does proclaim Jhis business '. Native Keats a specialty

: th egave Jeffersonian banquet at Topeka, is purchased by campaign lands >.ALM" BEACH,FLA. ,
attention chiefly to monopoly ?on can never extinguish the trust .. asa neat fitting and stylish salt of Your Patronage Solicited. .

centralization of wealth and imperialism :Ltil the extinguisher ia taken from -
He affirmed bin, allegiance to the he! hands of those pat !in office by the \ clothes proclaims the man. Market on Ifemyaa Btrrci,

Chicago platform bat laid stress on :r1l1't.'i Clematis Avenue. IMS WKST PALM BEACH.
new itsssed,. *He said in part: "But we shall not have to rely upon Y I

The struck of 18u6 is a plainer .bl:! old issues to win the battle of 1000 Supply Store ,It will, if it is : t ..'!q. .iN" Ik. A .

,-. Itrnggle now than it wan then, a struggle The new issues are adding strength! to ;: ; .FlN' .',. :H i, West E. Dimes,
T' between' Democracy and plutocracy gut cause. The president baa asked for r furnished you by..-..,-- :.. -. ,< : ftoprittcr
::-Wett Palm Stack Florida :
\luO.ooo soldiers not ,
Democracy which would maintain a temporary Palm
goranuient of the people by the people Jut as a permanent army If be bad J. D. IIA THIS. Piopnetor. -

and for the and ked for this vast army until a stable!
people the
a plutocracy (11r"aloe u4 right kind of a house present a nice -
could a iUry Qnntj c.) ap Beach
which would place the dollar above the government be established 1 inuba. .
man in the structure of our government : the people would have gladly! My Hot. 'Untca Bales and ara.ll"Itoau.. pearance and make. good impression,,which
That jiven it but the president asked for ....
struggle ia becoming clearer and a. floods andF Drug
clearer every day xrwatientarmy of 100,000 men, 70,000 Bakery : would not ,be- the case if you used shoddy

"When we enter the campaign of ours than we needed in 1696.! and I am I Family Groceries V,, < .. Storasri .
lad that the Democrats in F paper: that was poorly printed. -
1900. we will have a fighting force different { congress optAfefd : :
it so f"arleliJyand .....My specialty
from that which we bnd-in-1896 courageous -
We will enter it nut only with the people :iy a* they did :They compelled him toiccept Good delivered free to'any part, while speaking of houses that are Rqal Potato ftinttfOaULKU ,

we bad then, but we will gain re- a temporary increase Bat the of the City or across the I.uc.,',' "right," we must not fail to mention .
emits every day from the Republican demand is still there. The Republican All Orferi:Glm> Pnajt 1tt UoL' .
party. because the Republicans even are party stands behind it. and it the Be- Goods .. -- n-
publican party remains' I Itwill Flm-CLus atidFieehLLiiigllm :
learning what Republican principles of power
modem times Tbe in time transfer '70.000! men! .prices. ,paid for country prodttce. 'l '
mean. Republican 1 '
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I \ party of today is not the. Republican. thy ranks of the producers' over .to tbe. Bay nt m.lad I wfll ii re'yoo money 6MatbusheklPIanos' 'Thf" < .. Drugs, Toilet Artbks
+- party of Abraham Lincoln The Republican ranks of consumers of rodeo I
s '& *party is today disputing every The; Democratic";party.is opposed to Fine
great principle: upon which. it relied f in great standing army. and when tbia Stationery and
its beginning. portion comes before the American "

"Today every policy of the Republican people I miss my prediction, we do Are Hanoa With a Name/ Trppical Druggist Sundries.
party is but the lifting of money. not draw out of the Republican party Pianos<' That Have A.Repatatloetcond ,.
Into where it human more than we have drawn on any prop' to none;
a place overshadows They; are the '
rights The war with Spain in- ntitiou since the war. kind that have mood the test of Prescriptions Carefully Compounded'East
"There i i.s another thing that the war : t. : Coast Blllflneu
t.. stead of strengthening the Republican forced time an have satisfied the moat .. Sun MoIItUd.
has the
upon American
party will in my judgment lead to its people : WEST
critical musicians PALM I$
in KAIH.:
defeat. and that is the subject ofiinperialiem. every way. ."' : ;'\ I.') !

"Let me give yon a reason for my' "Who would have thought two yean They Are Not

faith. I do not ask you to accept prophecy ago that today we would find people> old style pianos that hive) '. -
or opinion, bet to form your own denying the validity of the Declaration rented tot years and then Offered leyp-' 1 t ; : Which v t enjoys a well-merited. reputation for Geo. S. Hacker & Son
').f Independence Who would have
When entered
opinion upon reason we :
into this war. Democrats knew it wouldbe thought two years ago that we have a> "grVat bargains'nor are. furnishing high-grade work. THE. SUN has

of temporary service to the Republican \ now outgrown the constitution Who they "cheap, low-grade1'pianos
party \tie knew that, a'war.sacceegfally would have thought two years ago that made.lo sell "at half price." the beaL'equipped,Job Office along the. East

carried on would help the party : the dollar could be placed higher than Every-Piano Is New Coast, and is better' than '
in bat the Democratic the nuiilienable rights of the people t ., prepared now ever
power party -and.
every U made in
part the
was great erongh to enrrendet'a teni' The Republican. party won its success 'Mathuthek before to 'meet all the requirements of the
porary advantage to give freedom to by applying the Declaration of end -"' Factory,
the people of Cuba I glory in the courage : {jiendfnc'e to the' black man. and I feel which is a guarantee that it will- trade in that line. .
of a party that willing' to do right! quite sore that it will go oat of, exist last a lifetime. ,

even though it knows that in so doing t'Dee"when' it1 attempts to deny that Why Take Chances ? -

it will bring temporary defeat to it Det'larationofladependf'ncetoabrow on cheap piano when the Old HIgli-grade Work ,
"This has in the first man.
war place settled '
the old question that grew oat ofthe "We'have two theories of. government and Reliable' Mathnshekcan be,* : Is the kind. THE SUN does, ,
t former war The tone of Confederates 'a government l>y and with the I bought at prices'and:terms' tof'fo > MANUFACTURERS' OF
and the sons of Union soldiers consent of the governed end a governolOlt'Dt suit you?.There are more than. ; -

marched "eide by bide sharing' :'in the by force--and it is a forced go?*, 15000. Matbnshek ,Pianos-in t and the kind. Doors, Sash,
only We have found
dangers of the.camp aDd.field, and the eminent which we lire trying bOW The the South., You Should Have' i '. through.
trains of Yankee: Doodand) principle! of rot quest is principle for- v- .
'trf One. \ v u : .. an experience extending'over a number of Blinds, Mouldings.AND
Dixie cave berritbleiided' 2) n, trfjAm rifanbihtory.it principle ,
: forever into: : Geai u itiFshe14; J .P -
My Country "T II of Thee'Sweet. I'm 4.I rsmoant"ta'e7cau'{ ; History ac& : are sold lD'i!: ".\ ;years that, i',pays .to. do ibis, for when -
of Liberty.' while we"glory,in-! the=brnvery of, r only '-by-_; .:-r";,.:':'{> .. '-. yon- Building Material fJ'

"The sky la now: Lear. We an'.noJi l'';J.ldil'ls, uJ.reJtJlct.rth.' t}} 4ose.' l; ....'LUDIfl... .8It, H. '; ': once get a..(cuVtomer j; be will stick, knowing '
discuss the questions of governmentwithout in 'thi'Phirrrtfri.: } _.';Qbttn eii,_, ..Ls' .f ft': fo'redKahD', "&U r." *t \- *;i CHARLESTON, S..C,
having oar patriotism assailed it hasr makes tWn! .we.can "deplore the "policy" 29 Ea.t' Bay,Su, 'Jack oD'lIr'-Fla.: that what is done for him will be done RIGHT, ... Largest Factory 1G1t .
that sacrifice
We can now meet and settle the great a of .one single _\ ,* *- >0.F oJ
political and economic! questions which American citizen in-a conquest. ,_ .. and in a manner that will be both pleasing Send for Prices.
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confront onr Ohti n. This war has done "No matter what 'we do new -
beau To Rent and attractive. ,
by the Hour '
that much for na. Cut the war has done impossible ns to undo what boa I I or Da1" s.. ..

something eW Do yea remember how 3une If the administration had given ONLY HEW BICYCLES IKNext'Door TOWN r: >Tf8; Dade cow t| State But
Justice Brown in his dissenting opinion to the people of the Philippines the assurance \\r j
upon the income tax case pointed of independence: that it did North of Tropical &jn lock And 'that's the a ff' West Palm Beach, Fhnth. I

to the possible danger of wpr t Do you not give to Cuba, not a single drop of> W.'R. MITCHELL.
remembor how he said. 'I fear that in blood would have been shed in the Proprietor.SUBSCRIBE :
some hoar of national>t'ril this decisionwill Philippine Islands. Authorized Capital 00,000.Paid i

rise up to rar!!')ze the arm of the "When the president made his speech Cheapest after all. Up Capital 915,000. '
government Tbe hour of peril came. dt Atlanta. be said. 'Who will hadown al _

we needed more revenue and that decision the flag*"' And when he went to .
Off fC'''
BoKton two months, :
did rise up to paralyze the armof afterward he said .
the government When 'England that the question was in the bands of Even though you might be able ,to send else E.N. DII/CK, htai ..t.
needs more money she can tax the in the American peopla We have read of U. D. HENDI/CrlOTt, r/"aU" -
.t Cornea of her country, bnfcnr supreme the retreat of Xerxes, the retreat of thethe where for your Stationery and save possibly GEO. L. BRAMIK8, Catkier. 11

court erected It::;al bulwark and lift < Ten Thousand but the retreat of : a few cents on an order to several
nj helplf When we needed.more revenoe -, precid nt is the greatest retreat known Office Hoots From g a.m. to s p. SB.GecsralBacklcgBaiMi 1
we Lad to Icxik around for any old 1 anywhere. At Ita-ton he placed the 'J dollars, remember that time is consumed and
thing to pat a stamp on. question where the Democrats believed "'. :limitltf

"When we enter another campaign it belonged: in the first place." : .' delays .occasioned in doing so, and that it I CoIleetJltupro.'u.tW a .., .|
the people will do. it with a clearer receipt. Drifubonirbt aid oM.. tae .... ..J
knowledge They know that the Rep ab- year'. Momrntoa Cia...... r mistakes should occur,.you will have more or dual eitkr 01 the Vetted.t..... 44147An .
lican party has pet tLe miser's dollar A year ago the United States was less .
above the blood of tbe citizen When it the world's greatest! republic and freestl'Ountry !* trouble in getting them rectified. .

came to drafting men for the serri ..
the country took the son from was independent of the other countries ... .
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mother the husband from the wife. I but bat bound to them by the friendly ties __, ."H"l,., .....,...1L : The..Sun Guarantees
the of
dare trade
country not lay its finger upon interchange Today webrut are a '(" y
accumulated wealth and make it member of the family of nations and a
ita share cf the burden. It is the dollar participant in the broils and quarrelsof FORM. ,. Satisfaction advertisement

t above the man. apd those who could the other members And too. we to" ... ,
Dot eee it in l&Ofl will be able to we it have become, meanwhile, the moat. i
la 1900. grasping of the for in ; .
powers foreign territorial
and is right here at home where it stands
"A Republican committee I 'f'f l 41)1
has conquest
reported including a .
to the borne a bill: that turns to join in tbe spoliation of China.purpose! The ,0'-':'" '1' :1'1t.. Hj'..- :.. ") '-.fJ. ,. ready at all times and under all circumstances rn. ;? :

over the entire paper money of the nation I future hirtorianwill beobliged to quote : ,: './. .... .: : ; -
to the national banks, surrenders] I. Senator, Hoar ?'The downfall'of The : to fulfill its contracts to the letter. II you
I the greenbacks, provides for the n ere of American republic commenced,with the SUNwill!
bonds and gives to the rational banks I administration of William McKinley.; THE SUN.: are not satisfied with work yon may have

absolute control of the credit money of. Kansas_City Times. : .
e the nation Some boards of crude h a'vean -: gotten elsewhere and wish a change in the
wed the : f .
prtsidcnt to call a special Wealth Should Bear the Bards 'fi'" '
,J don of congress to pass this tall What Wealth, through the estate, legsmore ."$. '., . style. or grade of your Stationery, bring results ,1

a does it meant There never was n income and property taxes, now contributes "- .f-;.. f. .!'rfY1i", .".. ..-- t. .

palpable violation of the old Jet:?--. about 40 per cent ot'the tax .

f sonian doctrine of egnalrightatoall and. re revenue the British imperial treasury ." t"$14\: : :-' Send In a,trial order and will
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special privileges to ncne. .If a farmer: and thinks! it should bear no- more. ;";, ,
t holds a bond drawing "l\i, per cent! his Wealth in.the United States contributes : : ,, for anything you may need "':
only return i is his interest upon the nothing t:especially to the!federal goveni-
+ bond But if a banker buys the same went beyond the 'comparatively insig bring 'em quick. '

.; bunds he can issue bank notes npon nificant sum derived from the in the office
L_ .stamp or counting room-Letter Heads..
thelll thus getting back exactly the taxes on oncinesa paper ana toe eacces-! ---

.- amount paid for the,bonds, and he also anon taxes of the war revenue act It W. E. MITCHELL Note Heads, Statements, Tags, Envelopes, Just try it.
receives the interest on the bonds as can claim no further immunity. 'It ..
Well When I was a hoy. I was told that must bear all additional costs of ,the Shoe Repairing Neatly Done Bar Cards, Bill Heads; Bills of Lading Counter <,..

DO one could eat his cake and keep it. plunge into militarism,and schemes of ness Sewed and Repaired. ,
too. bat the Republicans prftpose to put grab'\ and conquest.Springfield (Mass.) Out Pads, Circulars, Dodgers, Hand Bills, Pam
-town customers
.a. few. .people,_._in, .a.position.. where. ,. they .Republican _nmmt.tt.ntNnn. R1.nnnwult.t wills......receive...Ct........4. ,nktetL_ 01' r..6.1...... onn. ...... _.......... GEO.. H.. MAL. TRV.J a
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,. .0. uu'r ("Ularol Ulil wtuare or tDe>ns next door north of Tsopnce>,Sus,BuildIng. '
.. tion. bat get handsome pay for doing it Decadent Repoblleaa Par',.. 8-18 in the line of PRINTING -DUua IK-
e "There ,is another thing .that tbe The prophecy made -by Senator Boar
Americau people are thinking about. that the decadence of the American republic 1 Household FurnitureFuneral

and It seems to me that this subject is will date from the administra Brels ford Bros Office
agitating our eastern brethren somewhat tion of President McKinley would And we will-
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to help tbe Democratic party They are read. "The decadence of Republican Real Estate and Insurance
t nothing new. but they are exemplifY party will date from the administration Supplias
ing and showing in vivid colors her of President McKinley." There ia no PALM BEACH,.FLA. please you-a sure.

really vicious principles advocated bythf doubt about it-the Republican C
Republican putty : Tbe: Notary;.Public. Cottages to'Reai A SPECIALTY. !:
/ trusts have .hcpelessly split Senator Hoar has mere ., <
,bean growing. in.the hint two yeah with 'tolloweig. than :'they would like to s4 Pot .ffi<* Pullrtfnif.North' of

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: Tiple Fr tfc* Week Beginning S.T.C .
: : i -,. -(' .... bjr Uev. 8. H. Doyle. Tip!. F.. the Week Unlacing S...
.I j 0, -" Sew Kae"-'IVt<. (k..
.. Tone.-A new name-Gen.: unit. 11-39; Bar.U.U. .
.'r t ; '. DiLER IM11ayGrainPeed- WHIU.U1N...__......_Kaj r SERIES, NOV.:d. | gull It-its. an. II. IT."Wnatistbynamer .

; .' -. --.* < '-1 :t' J' GEO.s. ADAMS,Clerk,AJsesaorand Treasurer Among the oriental nations great importance -

I : f : ,- PAUL C.JONES! ___._..............Manlul _
Text .f Qe a>..... .eJa..141J-31e.o: is attached to names. The We give names and titles to thingsto !

r ; f Fertilizers BOARD OF ALDERMEN. > ry ,': ."'8.10-Golden- Teit!. 1a.1 Jews, for instance, in naming children express the qualities we see in ti.eei. i

G E0.W. PUTTER.-,..-.. President I. lt- .__e. .rJ' Prepared br selected the names for important reasons Names of persons are used in the i-u-

JOHN B.BEACH._..;.._,_.J. D. MATHIS Uer. D. M. Stcaxva. eJ. bcmnse of some incident connocted pIer forms of society" the same man
k with the birth of the child or in an .
6CHR BNICL........ B. M. POTTER ICopletght.1895. by D. M. .| i I ner to describe and identify the tall
attempt to describe the character of the j '
Council Keeling on the lit,'and jd Tuesday la 1. The twentieth year relera tetbe, mark'ooe'j vidnal Some physical peculiarity i*
t each month,st 730 p. m. reign Artaxerxes (chapter ii, 1), and.. .child. It' is aw customary to action often imprest us and U instantly
i tt Close Prices for Cash Terms Strict Cash. \ Young in his concorc nce' think'i"that entrance into a new relation by a recalled when we think of tin pertson. -
... ,new name,the acceptance of the name
--- Ezra tlidNehemlahspel1JCot three dtf- The two are well nigh in" un.M* .
:. I ferent rulers bearing ihia name this one I'' signifying the, acceptance of the new in thought The force of namtd[ >" 1 .

oFFicE IH f ALMS BLOCK. j rl County Directory being!: the Long Dlonus of profane y.stoty, !, sovereignty and the obligations contained their inner significance are Lirply (, .
vest Palm .Beach contemporary with Herodotus and Thucydidei therein. It is to soo, there-
Wa l tloaaeuae Ii Welt end Freight DepotHEADQUARTERS<-. r IQ. easy to sight in our more rompta civil
: *, great historians, both of whom fore why God would bignalize the entrance tion where children named
are ai r
COUNTY OFFICERS. meulk>D; LUa. Ezra and his company'went i of,His people into new relations friends without referents '
cr 0 j
from Babylon in'thP seventh !I
A.E. HBYSER.. _.._V.. County Judge up, with Him by giving them a new name,
? anything peculiar to the 1 w.ting
FOR'Ladies year of rtuerxli', reign Ex., vii 6, fonmii
HonestProfit '. A... QUIMBT....._.... CiJ'euiltoun Clerk; \ ai He did to Abram to Sarah to Jacob tha We reach souwwluit it
,l 1. 13 years before tile ume of our leHOO. *- name
UOKT. R. TAYLOR.._Prosecuting Attorney and to others, audit is also to seethe i
Nehemiah i "comfort of the result nickn.ra
i nifiea original by our :< tIn
Dress Goods, Ready U.J. CHH.UNGWORTH............._.._..SheriM. Jehoruh". and brings> before Wi the Fa-' apprcpriateneaa pf designating th- school and college life the priwi:. e
Made Skirts Underwear Shirt B. GRUBEK.., ....I.._:...Ts* A*>eMor relation to Gal in heaven the
ther of Mercies and God of all comfort. new. by
HJ. ANTHONY .......... ....Tax CollectorE. tendency asserts ifaelf. The nowct MT .
Waists,,! Hosiery and Shoes. H. DIMIC-K.._.........?......._..Treaburrt who loves to comfort, His people (II Cor. 1 (tiring of a new name. is scarcely settled in the stet at M.I .. 1 ;
i, 3; Isa. d. 1). Uacholiah eiguitiM A yew name given by God Minifies
: Dry Goods. Men's Furnish'gs WILL H. RUSSELL,Supervisor of Regiatrttton before his measure baa been taken !
hidden of Jehovah" and makes as thinkof relation
that have come into a new
t'RANKLYN SHEEN: ........ _-..Surveyor all who. like Nehemiah. are safely we curious eyes and some chaructrri t :
..J NIlSe.REoY MADE MOSQUITO CANOPIES. Z. T.MEBUITTSnpU Labile instruction hidden la His hand (Isa. xUx, 2) with God. It signifies that we have seized upon by quick witted ctitu-t
passed through crisis in life, have had
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 2. 3."AVhen certain brethren came from and the stranger finds a new name .t

.V.w. PITTS: ,chairman.; ........ .. Late Worth Jerusalem to Babylon. Nehemiah inquired some new religious experience as a re- the first recesa which bo rwcnti't!
t ; ... W. LAI. IIABT. ? .- .Plallb lleat-L as,to:the condition of affairs there suit of whieh! we have come closer to will shake off.

W. I. SRIlYlC. .,.,.._ .....Cocoannt Grove and learned that the wall and its rates God have gut a better conception of Jacob began life as a substitute. He I

r. 'IJRKttARDTS Novemle* ?. 1899. R. E. MCDONALD ,..............___ OJu ere broken down and the people In God and have consecrated ourselves was always getting into somebody f I- 'M

W.V. RCSHI>G:__._.??...__.Neptune great affliction. Even after.the wall was anew to God. Jacob's new name had place. He knew the family traditu us
"If I had a home finished and they had kept the feast of
C'omibUsioners med In regular session on ,. inch significance. At Jabbok where he and had He
Tbat wouldn't go deeply religious impclmv
'Would I wallop him? ob,no! oh, not the Oral Monday ia each month. tabernacles with peat gladness; they wrestled with the angel until he received and nature.
was quiet thoughtful by
were compelled to testify that thej were
I'd rIfe hlnitmme Oats
y .... .And cry Gee! Whoa!"* FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. only servants In the land' and' that ityielded toe bleating, his name was The stories of God and his ancenttirs. no ."
MKMBEB rllUlIlIADI COCHTT.K much Increase to them who had changed from Jacob (supplanter) toIsrael' different from the ideas prevalent<,tl .. I

Tberc'i> qaalat Because'and bomdy we want MUM ta Impma In the above upon doggerel.yon that we Why we..II'do w e print -It,; N.'PIMICK, Palm ..__Senator dominion over them and that'they were (prince of God). At Jabbok the people who lived around them in

F. 8. MORSE MUmL_ .Repreaen t lc iu great distress! (Xeh. ix, 37 88).' They Jacob had a new experience-he passed the bind, impressed him from his fry:

HAY;: GRAIN .&' FEED of Finest Quality. COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.SOPEn1NTENDENT were honest enough to confess that they through a crisis in his life be got anew youth as he listened to his father, Ix.-.; '
descried it all because of their sins; and exalted conception of God and e
or rVUIC UI8T1CCTIO,- under the black tents of the cali" or
OUR PRICE ALWAYS THE Z. T. MtRRITT.... Leon City 4. "And it came to pass, when I heard undoubtedly came into a new relationof lying on the green hilLide v '. ;.its;
these words that I sat down and wept,
consecration to God. He was entirely 1
LOWEST PRICE RULINC. MEBia or SCHOOL S01SD. and mourned certain days and fasted the sheep, or stood in awe near tl> sitar! ;
of God. Jacob
1. W.l the
JACKgONi.bairmnCocoaaat Orovt changed by power !
I and God heaven"This on which some rare ocui, n this
before the of upon
K. u. KING.._ .... ...._...... prayed and .
Ia Strict accord with straight biulne principle*. OUR PRICE IS THE SAME M JupiterA. stood for his old We and character father the tribal off,zd atri-
is the'conduct of one who has a as priest
,TO EVERYBODY. child or man,prince or pauper can boy at w.ARNE rr_____Hypohuo Israel tor the new. God gives to all His
this store with equal confidence. matte(very much at heart, and the matter flee. His brother as the elder o: t'.t .' tv-e

__ in this case was the condition of affairs people at inch times a new name. It is by the arbitrary law of the tit > c.<..

L. W. BURKHARDT Finest Groceriel -.. at- Jerusalem. But Judah and Jerusalem His own name. When our lives are heir to all hisfatht'r's honors &t'' C. .Vj

were hundreds of miles distant changed when we come into a new relation promises of Messianic hop Jaoil, <.' w-

Store 'Phone No. a. Residence 'Phone No. 3. State Directory from Babylon, and Nehemiah bad a position to God, God's name is stamped eted these things more than L. fli.1 hiefather'
of some honor and was well cared
4 us. We are God's people. God'schildren
upon wealth. His life was a t-trai ;n
should he much how
for. Why care
and our highest aim shouldbe
matters' were going at Jerusalem The ly diversified one of deception and IN ti- 4.
EXECUTIVE DEIARTMENT.W. namp.tfiiirht be asked of Daniel (Dan.1Li .to keep the new name we hear un- fence, sorrow and rarceic. No ronutrr

4 -- O.BLOXUAM .. .... ... ....tjovernoiJSO. i 3: s.-2-. 3) or of Moses (Heb. ii, 26). uiuea by being faithful w the new re surpasses it in dramatic- interest' He
.......... .. L. WFOCD.&ereurl: of Stat 5. "I beseech Thee 0'Lord God of lation. learns by sharp experience the ncel<*.>
WH. H. KKYNULOS_ .. ....Comptroller Hea 'eu" With reverence and yet with The heavenly new name spoken of in ales of trying to hasten or impri.

;;GdI JAMES::! WU1TFIBL0. ,._...Treasure confidence he looks up to God Iu heaven. Revelation has largely the sam "sigDi1i- God's plans for himself and the world.

WK.B. LAMAR........ ... Attorney Genera. To Him only will he look (verse .4 and cation u the earthly new name. It He earnestly seeks divine favor end
r r UUI.I n I AND W.N. SUE ATS __ opL Public Instruct chapter U. 4, 20) and on Him alone rely. stand for oar new relation to God and seeker has in '
finds earnest
WOHBWKLL.! __ .. _('.olio.Agrlcaltiw Like Jeremiah in chapter xxxii 17 and it also must be in some the name as every
PATRICK 110CSTON_ the in Arts I, 24. he looks t < every age. The brook Jobbok wttnes eel
Fine Table Fowls I Ailjutiot General apostles % of God. "To him that overcometh
; p/'vs W H.MILTON, JK....... SutreyorGenenlUnices God as the creator of heaven and earth the all night struggle against his lower
I will write upon him the name of myGod" nature and the of faith and
at Tallahassee, Florida. the faithful covenant keeping Cod. full triumph
An as usflr kept at mongrel stock. Her. iii Just what the
( 12)
of mercy for all who truly look to Him godliness. The morning dawns upon
.0.. JO Breeds la Stock '"-- O-- U. S. SENATORS. U what it
heavenly new name just
II Chron. ivi. 9)). There Is nothing we man transformed in Insight and
:, Y_......yaw yM4 of.ff.and fet better price oa the aurket' e*year few III' J. R. TALIAFERRO..?...??._Jacksonville need so much while here on earth forioA signifies we do not know, but what is He is now Israel. "God's prince"In
CthJofne Describing tfl the Beet Breeds Fret S. K. MALLORY. .'M ._? .?? ??.PeDBacolo here how the pose.
Upon wait Him Ixii
: App&cattoo ( as to only upon (1'8. more important new some such way the straggle fur
aUn4aa4WbiUlVaoatb.Bai.fri White aad Ooldea Wyawtotta, White, Bn.." 47. S. CONGRESSMEN. 5). name may be obtained we do know. It clone's in

M4 BrakaMa Baa,Lcfbom rIM CaJM Bf Birda Cucaia, Imperial" .BUck Pekia wftfhb1QS Ducka, BUck,Mm.se.ahra .Mxoudcu Light aid Dot ROBT. W.DAVIS .... ,.... .. ?. Palates 6. }VheD we come to God we can is better for us to know how to get the mastery life. We enter own powers the world goes as on bun '

.M.8PARKHAN ..._ ..... .... ... Tampa come only as sinners pleading our guilt new name than to know so much aboutit every
THE GRIFFING BROS CO In dies of physical weakness with mental
.Acctta.todFw.la.. and our need and Ills mercy ChrUtIt
in this
SUPREME COURT]lJIJGES.M. I The all important question .
err .... ls good pleading to pray as Jeremiah and moral poe ibUitie The yean bring
IIIP iLtrbYg ,
Jacksonville Fla. H.MABRY................... Chief Justin ilidMO Lord though our iniquities testify life is, How may we obtain the new interaction of the outer world and t 1e

. F. K.CARTER......... AamciateJubtiaB *gaia&t us, do Thou it for Thy name? And this is the way-we must inner life. Both are developed in the

F T A\ LO 11...._... ,...... .. .. name's e. We acknowledge, 0 Lord, overcome in Chr t', name. "To him process and soul growth remains UH

R. R. COMMISSIONERS. out 'wltktdne Do not abhor us,for that ovneometh will I give' to eat of permanent product of value. Events occur

'THE H. E. DAY ChaUmaa _.__..... ._.CaiaesrUUJ. Thy name's sake. Do not disgrace the Uw l hidden mauna and will give him a and past. The abiding results era "

if' BARMAN HOUSE L )MORGAN. .._..__._?._.Jasper Leone of Thy glory. Remember bftak white stone, and in the stone a new not so much the material possessions

J.M. BRYAN._.. ?.. ... ?........_?KUslmmet uot Tby covenant with ps. (Jar. air. aam* writte which no man knowetb, accumulated the personal character .
I ,_ Is now open for Winter Travel. JOHN L.: NEEXEY.JR.Clerk..... ?_Arcadia 7. 21J ttaTs' faithtslaese 4 'BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS.: -TABLE BEST THI; MARKET AFFORDS.ta HelJquarteni and offices of the&ard .,"Tap ..,..,......,+ hii+wHi still. the world and sin, God achieved. The greatest change wrong.tby
the of exile is not the incr
:8atha Coaa..UQ.-= lahassee."w -'t' (l1- $ : I). ,. lwlf years ass -
.. art 1tf.1t.. t.ltettOrealat wtt feel a 090 the hidden manna in flocks and herds, tents and trappings.'
Rates Rea oDdhit'. Short Distance from the
Depot. -...- TaKhftd U \Mt..end yeet, ubu spiritual bkflrfngs impossible! of attainment but the alteration in feeling and uatnu

Address tfrS. S. E. EARMAN, WEST PALM BEACH.(: FLA. siso..wiU do It;, and "'ftis Gad ,wh.U oa earth. He will give us the in the man who seeks his father's house nand
if P"II.. 1'l1. \.aA .. stn mt.i/> ..TrillWUlbC .. .. .
nth Th 24, .. b n< ittal ... -
work M, ass T, *> < 6U/ s rte Ul ak*!i4 vu nu.vM brother's face alter fears of aliena

' General Directory. 7. "We have dealt very corruptly be inscribed the new nama Let us go tion. In deepest truth, no one knows ocr

against thee. When we see our infulnesa'and forth in the power and strength of God true name but God. In the coming

THE TRAVELERS are willing to acknowledge it, :. in Christ to overcome, that we may be kingdom the Master will give na the
we are on the road to blessing for
COURT CALENDAR. assured that will experience this
have earned in the cfearthly
that covereth hU sins shall not prosper title.we years:
NEW MANAGEMENT (Seventh Circuit.) but who so' confesseth and forsaVeth rich heavenly bl sing. toil Shall it be "God's man-

'. K. 8. JOKES .............. -._.. circuit Jangi thorn shall have mercy" (Prov. xxviii, Bible Readings.-Gen. xvii, 1-6; Israel," .

:: : FELIX GARCIA Prop. Jacksonville Fla. J. D.BEl GS....?__?..... Stnte'i Attorney 13). In pleading with Israel through Un'. 10; Ex. xxiii. 20,21 ; Nob ix.
SPItiNG TERM. Jeremiah the Lord said: "Only acknowledge 8-10; Prov. xxii. 1 ; Eccl vii. 1 ; Luke SklrklBg.

Sciviee.The Osceoia County, let Monday March. thine iniquity, that thou hast trans- x, 18-20; Act xi 25. 26; xiii 0; PhiL That was the sin of Jonah. It is' M

Electric: Lights Electric Bells Maths, Complete Orange M ". M receded against the Lord thy God. Turn, iv. 1-8; Rev. i!i, 12; xix 11, 12. fault of many at the present time. ,id

''Best $8.00 day Hotel in Florida. Lake 4th" 0 backsliding children for I am mar knew Nineveh was wicked. lie Ii w
per "
Volnsia td Howa He
AprlL ried unto Also through
you. Nineveh
A Menace to GodHnmn.Par that unless it was stopped \ i
Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor. to atop at the Travelers. 12199GUEfi Brefard 4th M aid that If they would turn to Him lIe doomed to speedy destruction. Ho- i. .?
DaJe lit Monday after Itb MOD- would heal their backsliding and lore more danjcrons to true godlinessis
day in April. them freely (Jer iii, lo 14; llo. xiv, that fcpirl amen;; Christians which he onght to give the warning. E i I

FALL TERM.Dsreola 2. 4)). Nehemiah was doubtless familiar loves to mini la with the world and conforms not want to do it No matter w'! j

County let Monday in October. with these words and was .acting upon itself to it. And this i* the great shrank; from the task-ho may 3

Orange M them. tc nrp ration of Christians toJay. They had many reasons to dread it-the < 17

Lake 4th 8, 0. "Remember, I beseech thee, the aLow themselves! to be lost in the still remained and no shirking c. u..1

G. STRO 1M.aL VoluBla "id u NOT, word that thou commaodcst thy servant world's plcdsnrei and concmu and have shift the responsibility from him.
Brevard lib M II Moses." In Isa. Ixii, 6, margin, the V
meditation. You see some one doing wrong. t
tim for aocrt't Caught
I bo
-. DEALER IN :II.- 1st Monday after the 4th Monday Lord!*-people are called His remem life. know that evil consequences must :< :-
in November. brancers and are urged to give Him no np by the whirl of this busy, giddy
low. The impulse comes to warn t
until lIe doe what lIe promises to they hove no desire for communionwith

: Staple and Fancy Groceries, J. W. CRONK ... ..............._? ...Observer do.remembrance In IB*: IUU, let. 20 us He plead says. "P together..t me la" solicitnda God and Thy do find not know no time the to value"thinkon of evildoer refuse. It of is danger.the Jonah You act hn of>itctr flotit.' t 1)

observatory at Jupiter Inlet will do u Tarshish. It is dangerous fur uc! 1
'that which God says He as things" that are "lovely" and of yon

all Food GOV'T LIGHT HOUSE SERVICE. ood as done, for "the words of God "good report" They have turned their deathly to the unwr.rnKi one. Beth / a

Grain and Supplies. Urht House at Jupiter Inlet. bhall be fulfilled.", (Bev. xvii. 1 i.) Thereare ears to the noises of this world and are the way you are sent and give the .m' ..

JAMES A.ARMOCB........._.._..?Keeper those today who say that they ykldto deaf to the : of the "still small sage God has given you. Don't sl.i .:
J.A. WELLS........... ..._.. .. 1st AssistantBVNJ. no one In reverence for the Bible and me sage. It's bad business

WELLS.................. Id Assistant at the same time they say that the great voice.Lutheran.

,COUNTRY PRODUCE U. \. LAND OFFICE. body of the Messianic predictions has not Moat I'ment.
With True Light.
been fulfilled but cannot now m *
Always Fresh Kept in Stock H. 8.CHUBB ...._ .___?.? ..Regtatn Iw sly fulfilled never and that some doctrinal state- We are indebted to the faithful souls Whatever else ia done or left nc&..>,
Offires at Gainesville florid the of the religions nature care
authoritativeind shone with such true light
oieuts of Scripture are not who have a
Your Patronage Solicited. some of iu revelations are not credi amid the darkness, gloom and conflictsof not be neglected. Better go wit:.(>rt.

) ble. Such teachers would have given the past and we love to contemplatetheir breakfast dinner or supper than without
West palm Reach f'\a.
4.u Nehemiah no comfort.' He believed with lives and honor their memories- prayer. It is a good thing to reed

Jeremiah that there was nothing too in church-and our the daily paper but not good to nc11 t
our own
.. hard or wonderful for the Lord who many and to the Bibla Read both if possible hilt is>
made the heavenand the earth (Jer. hearts are encouraged inspired
o to read the Bible anyway.It
sure taayM
to be steadfast always
xxxii. 17). .. .. ____ nrgent that__ the club tn.a"tiny Kiit-
10. "Now these are Thy servants, and abounding in ine love and grace and -- ---
Thy people whom Thou hast redeemed I walking in the beautiful light of God. tended: it is more nCt'e&;U1'f ti tie .

BUDDED eITRUS'TRBBS by Thy great power and; by Thy strong American Friend. prayer meeting be subtain, Y<, i buy

.' ...' .. hand." Thai pleaded Moses, the great get dood in the first you are ,,-rt> to
a.U intercessor of IsraeL "0 Lord God de- tied'. Fvraaee. get good and do good in the .: 1. if f
.tro1.Wt Thy people and Thine inheritance Sweetness of character and life comes you will Wotk well duriu--; -. v ',. .
.SPRUCE PINE RIDGE. which Thou hast redeemed through but be sure and spend the tiiiL'l.tl; ,
trial softens
out of Testing
... "
and confessing their
Thy greatness .
The family need food and t-V-thiu; bt K
WIld Lemon sad Sour Orange stock.1 Also full line TROPICAL FRUIT and First-Glass be stubbornness"Yet, and they wickedness are Thy people, and and sin under intended divine to refine grace.and God's purify.furnace It is not they also need family devotion. Be: rt

ORNAMENTAL STOCK. JOHN B. BEACH West Palm Brach Fla. says His good student farmer uirrctjut c.: r
I Thine Inheritance. heat ix. 2629.) for us to repine under chasteningand
sins of best whatever your calling is but L" sure
Daniel also while confessing the molding operations. He knows
F his people pleads with God that they how to rub off the rough angles, to and be a good Christian. Thin to zu& t 4

Job Printing aN Hill people whom He has brought sweeten the temper to subdue the way urgent. _

Do You Want awe out vf Egypt (Dan. Ix. 15. 16). Our ward spirit and to bring into meetnesg! The Satiifler.Wt :,
1 Lord Jesus prayed. "Keep through Thine
STEAMBOAT 1I I, own name those whom Thou hut givenme" for heaven.- rian.r..were. taste The*. 0 Thou Living trnd..
have theta to Sell awl If we haw And long to feast upon Thee Kill;
MM* Karl (<>Milt,we c *build (John nil 11)). Prayera. W. drink of Tbee. the fountun Lead. ;
Jut.what TOIl want. At the( Son Office. 11. Having laid the case honestly and And thirst our soul from Thee to elf.Jean. !
fully before God. he now asks for special Many of our prayers are unanswered

We are also PreparedTo favor in 'the sight of the king whose simply because they are against God's Thou Joy of being hearts, I'
cupbearer he was and.from whom he of doing. We ask to be taken out Thou fount of life. 'Thou light of meat .
Furnish ... way ___ .._,,_ from the belt blia that earth Imputi t
-... bo at to k meal,. to a u '- '-
... w e. now a a perm a of the worm not oy death, but uy ueur- W. turn oofllled to Thee "liD.
slat his people. "Prosper, I pray Thee. erance. Our desire is to live but apart

Outfits for Irrigation.Write Thy servant this day and grant him from real life. Such b not the divine Thy truth uchuged hath ever Mood
Pumping mercy In the sight of this man." Such thou tafnt those that on Thee call;
Jesus Himself submitted to
was his concise and definite request from purpose. To them that ink Thee Tboa art good,
God. and when he appeared before the every human condition.-Presbyterian To them that Sod Thee, tU In ail t
or call on us for Anything in and made known his to him Journal
king request
Our wetko ayinu yean lor Thee
Line that
youlneed. the record la, "And the king granted me The Little Tk..... Where'err our changeful lot ia net.Clad .
according to the good hand of my God when Thy' iradooi amiU we tee. .
Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co. upon me" (chapter ii. 8). While he had It is while you are patiently toiKng B.eIit when our faith cu hold Theo fait
to make request of the king for leave of at the little tasks of life that the meaning
o Jesus ever with M atajr,
the whole of life
absence it to God that he lookedto and shape of great
was Make all our moment calm sod bright;
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Jacksonville control the king. In all his service we I. dawn upon you. It is while you are resisting Chase the dark night U ria an,.

shall see that his mind was staged upon little temptations that you are Shad o'er the world Thy holy tight. .

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1 Ana for fear of coinlng'unde; ,the fire 3' i ....w Dlae. a. Recipes-Pot'Apply.galaee. ,Wr.erit Ira* Work Bt *afcs* TcI' ..
.... Monadnock. wWcb IheWIlI'th t ,1 : i.* F. Thl*.ftnwM* 't
of the waa : > .* : Tiiy arer to-be .sure. Re- Pear Ete. Pepalalk
STORIES OF THE HEROIC VOLUN woods opposite J'asay; but:'ln the 5 y .Y ? v'%*" member that my place is The first eomlng'of' r8stlmn.t'tb .A rr* aavaUjriattarfera te)

ardor of pursuit Colonel Smith.of the : presetting for many.bbcsckeepera -' the entrance of a house and the pepollarficniandforaatlnds'of -
First California far out 00 the right # decent}** 10'
partly .because green tooatooa,.
se flank ,chased the Insurgent reserves FOB wrought.Irpo{ pbovVto wbataa extent}.::f
Pint CaUfr Ml"te-General I Watches Birth pears, apples and quinces are likely to .
all the way to Guadalupe .church Fine Silver TableWare this Interest bits growl la America > -
K... Frai e of the Charge of the ;. day and Wedding Gifu,Watches be lower In price then than t'flf'111n the 'I
-P.- nearly three miles out, his gallant Californians cording to a writer UJ Tb ,,La&rfWorld
r CallforaUBB-A Corporal'; Aeeout dashing on their Uneo whenever and Clods.i season, jind .also .because the work ia who c1J eoerId ea trtitfc t&o?

':", i of the satire I'prUlnc.Copyright. they, attempted to make a stand. i iLvb .. R more pleasant with the less ardent trimming of this description as (0891:

[ OEM, by'G. L Kilmer.] Oddly enough, after we had swept Rr J. RILES, tempoiature of autumn mornings ,Beautiful example of wrought Iran.

... ..- LL the returnIng Into Santa Ana and rounded up all the AtHE :4 tO / It is hardly necessary to say that may be found oa our pobttc baUdi&si

f volunteers main body of the, insurgents, shells ac? H ( .TUG JEWKLFB, % preserving does not change the quality: and tn wealthy borne afl ever the

.'a A .'; from the Philip- I tually began bursting in the plaza la ... ___ 'r 'JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. of ';fruit, A poor flavor u ,apple or !
r.: .. pines may seem front of: the beautiful church.under. --- ,--- pear will make an 'lo/ilpM./ preserve.+

: 'I to have brought whose walls two of the California Fruit should be Well ripened but not ;
r the same proud -GAU: .. firmee is essential tn
-l companies: were compelled. to huddlefor "WEEK.Jacksonville : FUN AND FACTS
record home shelter." 't ;. *, :
I a _( with them leav- II I I ---Is., .( Pears and qulnees l are usually beat .

_: ,: : j I Ing no room to As stated at the opening of this article Arraying. 'for ,Another Witty Sayings Interspersed With for the purpose when picked somewhat j

specialize their every regiment had Its parties Varalrai ef Amucmeat, apart sad Business Bargains green and ripened In a eool dry place I

.I i' deeds of valor lar experience and although countless 'TarteU KBtortalaateal. In the bouse. If I
I But In point of stories have been given of the'outbreak Unless you prefer leathery preserves f

r l( !fact each regiI !- of the insurrection the narrativeof With. theirjuxnstomed if __ and. First..Girl I-Do you, see that handsome : do not sprinkle the sugar over the fruit l

(fL'ment I bad Its Corporal Bradley of Company K. enterprise fellow by the piano I rejected and allow It to stand and suck out the

'Q;;; own individual. First California Is especially Interest- desire to .win,_,.deserve and. retain l the" him once. fruit juice.
w r experience, and ing.. The writer says that during the good will of their 'patrons- and -business- The quince as a preserve baa a very

only la a general. whole of January the city,waa. on the acond Gir1-1bat' nothing, dear. uncommon and characteristic carOl of
way Is the verge of panic and the slightest;excitement throughout'the State, Jackson" I rejected him twice.-Stray Storiee.. Its own to'recommend It, besides the

IL tory of cue the story oi alL led to a commotion which .In ville's. merchants are mal teg-alt prep beautiful red color It takes when cook 1i

I When Jcneral Anderson told of the itself almost precipitated trouble. nation for. their ,Annual Gala Week.. tew.people1 t .are'.willing to pay dollarsto ed long enough._ 'For this preserve par*. .
capture if Manila from the Spaniards, Then, just at the close of January, | save cents. This is what yon do core and quarter the quinces. Put them I !

1', 'P : be said that so much enthusiasm and quiet reigned, but It was the ominous The official..program is given below : when you purchase ashes without analysis In the preserve pan with.Just.sufficient I I .'J

'', valor among volunteers was curbed quiet which precedes the storm. :TUESDAY: ,.NOV. U or brand for a few cents per ton water to covet them. Bolt until beginning -, S -.Jt

t for lack of a worthy foe that be felt The next development, was the appearance loX a.. hr-Paradeof. visiting Volunteer' heper.'* We M.sell B.the LYMAN branded, Lantana.artice. to get jeooer.anll,then carefully
It: sorry that the fighting was so brief of the Filipino proclamations lift out the fruit To each pound allow 1
Firemen and i I
JacklOll.iUe.PireY -t.I ,
<,> and one Bided. The First, California which.. Cornoral__ Bradley_ san_ were at >__".'__ _& ft'L'rUCpal'OWtJI.t. ", _. ._: r...__"L__ ._.._ !tL' ., .... a half pound of sugar, and for each'
-,\ VU one of the regiments sent to the times u treasonable' and again ridiculous. .: ftxmouions. ,oy;jacisonvUleFire a t;>.tciier: -ti oun,illustrate me ewer three, pounds of sugar allow one pint

::, :, front into the trenches where the "One," he declares, "purported ; Department, ,$25 fat.Volunteer" : ence between sit and set. of water. Including what remained of

t Spaniard attempted to break through to, emanate from an' English.soldier, ,Conapaayharing.>-most men m, ferigt and Patriotic Boy The the water In which the fruit was boil

the American lines on the night of ] but its execrable Uuglifih betrayed Its uniform" i parade.. -' [Jaited "States is a country on which ed. When the sugar Is dissolved and
July L It lay there under fire. until origin.' It called upon an the American IO3C.m.; -Good;Roads Conveatioaat the the sirup Is boiling hot. put in the fruit
eon sets and the rest of thew
i l the. Americans charged the intrencbtaeata soldiers to tire into the airIn case.of. Board of Trade foams.2X10p.m.Volunteer.Biremen'a. : eerier and allow, It to cook veryslowly until
of Manila the 13th of August. aq attack ,upon our lines, and to surrender : aiteats. +rld never eita.-Detroit Journal. It Is quite tender, though not broken'
t la the attack led by General Greene to the attacking party. and the sirup will jelly when a little Is 1BTISTIC DOUR TUMMIgOK.
the Malate suburb the Callfor- _Hose Reel Cont sf.fi prize.. New Blickensdcrfer country In the rapid spread of deo.
b upon "From not a few reliable sources .we,, Typewriters, the poured on a plate. Put-the fruit In
DIana were by 'no means among the learned that Spanish soldiers on parole $150, second, prize, ,,fjs. Crib :Race: vy best in ,the market at Potter's gloss jars and pour the sirup over It. orifice Ideas tbe door.1 as presenting

I F disappointed soldiers. With troops of I had joined the insurgents and the_ First prize $100,eecondprize'$5a : A e ey. 'Call-and see them. They will 'I covering In the usual way. It Is generally smooth, even surface to OM of the

other regiments they first marched I number of dead soldiers ,among: the 8m p. m.";' Trades' Display. Prizes beer the closest investigation. considered better to make up': places on which deeorattoo In wrought

along the exposed beach covered by fallen proved the truth of these statements for handsomest floats. 1'frsf'priz ,)'s o; this preserve with equal quantities of Iron shows to splendid advantage. Pr. -.

I the naval fire. The Spaniards welcomed For months Immense quantities second prize-$35, piama-Willie, did you eat that quinces and apples, !La which also the Tided the orotuwntatloo' to kept wtthla,

these troops at the edge of the of provisions were sent up ,the i h jam ? apples need not be previously boiled, reasonable limit and so u not to ten

I city with a 'sharp fire which It was river to the natives. From ,our outposts WEDNESDAY.. ,.NOVEMBER, tj. Willie-Why,, mamma, I beard the but put In at the same time the quinces terfere with Its usefulness there weal

1 difficult .to locate owing to smokeless beyond which we could, not go 10:00. m.-Volunteer Firemen's Con* rajta in the closet I are removd to the hot sirup. The apples to be no end to the manner la Yalta'
powder and the groves screening the without a pass from Agulnaldo, we tests. .BOok and Ladder Contest. First .' ,an jeetthoughtl'dmove .should be of a good firm cooking wrought Iron may be applied with a&
Spanish lines. Heavy volleys were could look Into the native territory, prize,' $7S; secwd prize,' ,$so' ,If'only I. it out of their reach.Philadelphia variety, and they ,will acquire the vantage to the doorway. The oras,
poured In, however, and the.First California American.Muck mentation of a door should be latrotteA .
bee the marching regiments and hear, one company enters,prize f 50. Coupling flavor and color of the .quinces
In volunteer storming parties, their buglga and drums. For month, Contest' ; firstptiisisatcondpriuiQ;; Sweet pickled apples are almost as to..none but a competent workman. '-:
rushed Into the houses from which the entire held Land first made delicious Otberrtaebe whole general '
our army was in quarters Consolation Race for teams: that have was valuable as pears or peaches. Cut themin |
Spaniards fired on them and killed or ready at a moment's notice to be turned in;] Dade County by the use of Canada halves cutting through the:stem ance of the boose Buy bv spelled. 1
captured their defenders. loose In case of attack. So Intense not won a prize;prize,'15. herd wood ashes. Since that time there and leaving In the" !kln and'ore. f\1rt. The first thought la the deco atlas It .

f'. After the successful skirmish at the was the strain that once when a false 10:30 a. m -:Convent. !..u of Mayors hip been NO successful substitute found three'cloves In each half. Make a sweet a door should be due,rar
'f" gates the Californians formed a line' alarm was sounded the whole city was sod Councilmen:of Florida, at .Cii)'. for wkh them.inferior Many have tried to get along sirup, allowing
.. and swept down the main street to the in a ferment of excitement In a leaminutes. Council Chamber.x mistake.an Use "Bever quality Brand., but" this is a three pounds of,sugar .and a 'put of signed to adorn. It ,.01 be rea

front of the works, which the Span- Nothing less than riot ,aDd p. m.-Horse Races.at 'Driving t M. B. LYMAN, Lantana vinegar. Bring the sirup to a boll put seen that what would be wJtabto for*'

t lards soon surrendered to General slaughter was looked for by the entire Track under.,management of 'Jackson the apples In and cook until they can semidetached or country boas wwiI

.. Greene.' populace. rifle Driving Club. .Half mite ,day (t'l tell you that fellow ia- doing a be pierced with a straw. Takeout with be out of place to a city block. The, :
'At length we came to look upon aU track : ,Mile' a skimmer, pack in cans or jars, cook design accompanying tht artid roe*'
1:35: Trot prizes $2oo. # firing bUlliDe .
The first veteran of the California ll. ,
a.definite Idea
signs of war with complacence. But on sirup a little longer and pour over vera 01bat to metfit
regiment to come home with his personal the 4th of February the city was startled -. Heats,. Running, prizes '75._ # Mile 'Who iR he?" them. by artistic door trimming. :

story of .the war.In the Philippines by the sound of Infantry fire. The Dash, Florida,Ponies, lazes:|2& 'J: "A hackm ."-Chicago Time&arraJd. For preserved pears select half a The hInges, being tile maID (ettta .

was Captain A. J.: Kelleher. The outbreak had come at last. The first firing 8xn p. T-Fantastic I Parade. .Iso peck of nice fruit of medium size.Pare of the door should be strong la **.

r t captain ,was disabled by the climate was In front of the Nebraska regiment : prize for largest and best costumed company .I and cut in halves, remove the core and cordance with tbe weight and Wet

but not until after the Californians but soon extended along the line la parade. $25 for finest individual Removal, stem and 'drop the fruit as you peelIt ness of the door. Tbe trimming may

bad met the new enemy,.the- Filipino aid continued until about 11: P..OL.w costume Grand Masquerade Ball _'"- In cold water. For six pounds of be flat or rounded up. as,jodivMatltaste
Insurgents. Speaking-: .the: regiment en.It ceased 'for about two bore after pawde. t We have pears allow four pounds of sugar and may suggest and be attached tai
w- In Its whole career op'to the time moved in the New Palms the door with large wrought IroO .
paly to be.resumed by the Aatt ts Hotel where we to all one Quart of water. Place In a pre- etStj
be toft. Manila .be', 'sa1d'The, PtretCaUtornia along the same line from time.to.ttet*. ... :THUISDAY.. . KOTHMBt* &, .,' patrdn* and many hope new ones.meet our old e.rt'glg.kettle ow file firs. As''sooniiiimiiiteotly or screw, the whole finisi4 isblack. ..

>> won .Its spurs'early' In the About" 4:30: oa :Sunday 4noro4&3;tte 1 tosco *,
gam. The first volunteer ,regiment'to J: b'battery..alODg-Monta/i,i' .' tocs MilrtafyMrrchaaticf. : ;:. t ist door.South of post office. .. tte in :The hanffle> ;ai heft (i ahowo; to amoSa A
go to the front, It'has been alwaysat sheila Into the : sod, of aa Obtooc abapix.sj bct&f.
poured chuychel. opApF. 't ajp 1' p.4ueve tion.t0.f': .. etat ,> ., .. -ssri&v each btber
the front and Its rank and file, together acid trenches Mra. boil i' Estate preferable to the fanctfol as
did fN
occupied IJJ"tM.48DlJ.! .Bi JdllWrboL Blublood No, I never talk 9 to 1s or until '
with Its officers. are now seasoned Personally I joined the Utab batter"; ; :, a straw will prime through them'easi much la use. U a quaint, old fasb|

veterans. Not a few have died The corporal tells how the battery. rooms. stout servants and their shortcom ly. Pour the hot fruit Into jars, flU up toned effect to desired have C* maq i

from bullet and disease, but death kept abreast of the advancing 'Infantry asoo p. m.-Horse Races. '*3j Trot ings. with the sirup and seal tightA facturer ,flnlsb the Ironwork with ar

baa cot terror for the California boys, firing shrapnel Into the ,native or Pace.(local Jwrses' ,only,.60 days.fn., Mrs Paryanoo didn't neither -very rich green tomato Ile8elve.1a rough. .U eVID lorfae and skew a&

and they have met' the enemy with quarters. In the charge the battery Jacksonville), prizes>$100,, #-Mite Rag,' when I.waa too poor to hire 'em'7; made as follows: To one pound of fruit the hammer mark or band eared Tfcj:

the same coolness that they did the became separated from the ,California' beats, Briaes $so. aaa Trot or Pace, Indianapolis Journal. use three-quarters of a pound of granulated German are ery pro cleet at. that
orders for drill when they were encamped .' regiment, but during a, lull In the artillery prizes faoa.8x10 sugar. Allow the yellow rind kind of work good Imitation of tbrfr
: on the Presidio grounds reservation firing Bradley hurried ,back to shaved thin, and the juice of one lemon old fashioned knocker k&ote
tn.-Military Sham Batttfc e No need sending from dupe
p. home for
awaiting transportation to his "For away I etc. having been
company. more than a mile to two poinds of fruit Cut the tomatoes successfullycatcd
the far east. he says, "along the Paco and Santa with Fireworks. This sill be a brilliant t any bUd boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can around In halves and then quarter !. by workmen In this couctry.
"Our boys are veterans, every one of and dazzling spectacle. you one as fine or as cheap as yowant. n
Ana road It was a panorama of death See him. and place order. the halves. :Put the sugar on with Just ,
them. Why, I've seen them make a and desolation. On the knoll la the FRIDAY NOVKMBEK 17. I water enough to melt It, add the toma- Wars steeply ** ks FM ....... I

charge on the enemy just as if they bend of' thn- Paulo. where- tha 'naHv... I : ..."",,,_ 11 L . ...-.. ..not..... .L..w.... ......A... w..b.. .....".,.. ...._.n.llQ..y ... The following tnstraetlaas *rm tal
I' were enjoying drill In the attack lastFebnarl found their retreat cut off.thel made iono a. m.-Yscht Races First-class] .n"iiiie, i rare to wrap you. it the tomato .uu.Is tender and" transparent. warm and comfortable steeplas aoekt;

at Santa Ana I heard General a desperate stand In the trenches. An boats, over 20_ feet, and under 30 feet hurts me ""orae'than it does you." which are very easily knitted: Tw

King say There go the California pen stretch of paddy fields, with mud prizes, $135. Svcoad-dass boats,so feel :"Let ma do it, then. She can't Por .,..... II6Ma. skeins of tour ply wool and two boa*!1

boys,'and had** Itself cannot stop knee deep, and the Santa Ana creek, and under prises ,'55. Third caa pound hard'nough to hurt me nor Hands which .have become roughened or wooden needle, No. flL Cast oa GIJLTTSDILsIPrao.ota

t \'ID. They are game to a man. Ev with water up to the waist, separated !boats, stiffs, yawls and whitebalb either.-Ex." and tanned during the summer oat-

cry one of the regiment has a record. the Americans from this stronghold. prizes |ia Entrance. fees $r, $5 and
be benefited
log may greatly by wash-
I? t "There I. one thing I have had a With rush and .. i
a a shout the Washington | to be also distributed with t
t. prizes. l lag them two or three times a day tn
chrtuce to observe In our boys, and that California and Idaho : jShe was horribly burned by gasoline.
to their absolute obedience to orders plunged In and either killed boys 2&o. p. in.-Horse Races. 2:3y.Trot: Get Kiltyre.: Save your goods and oatmeal water. Tape some good fine

and control uf tetnprr. The Filipinos took captive or drove Into, the wounded. or Pace, prizes $200. One Mile Run, Mends. It is king of fire. AtIDIJIU oatmeal and boll It In water for, an .
1 bare prizes Free for & SON.Editor's hour, strain and use the liquid for the
never missed a chance to insult every native found on that little Isle $75. all, Trot or Pace I J
bands. It should be made fresh
them and they hate the California of the river. The dead lay four deep prizes'S300. everyday
Wife-Poor baby's circula- In summer, aa It soon becomes sour
that heartily. No wonder. But our and were burled In the trenches !n 8 no p.m.-Military' Ball at.Armory. I
and smells
toys have avenged these Insults only which they fell the following day. We Also Numerous Other Attractions. t. on isotery bad, John. unpleasantBrlial

when they have had orders to charge captured every one of their strongholds Edit t: (ab8entwindStran) !
and open fire. Then the way they did and drove them farther Flow*..
I back as l e.adtertises himself
It was just like the work of veterans." ; tool- The bridal bouquet nowadays In-
I. they steadily advanced. The trenches .. 1 1I
and breastworks of the SNPt '''''''''''''''''''''. Odds and Ends. clines to long, loose sprays arranged
t General Charles King's own story of InsuraentaCOLO.IL ANNOUNCEMENTS artistically' yet with a seeming carelessness -

i : the prowess of the Californians appear : 'J J Boat building don right at home, inte the flowers varying accordingto I ,
i ,. most approved manner, good workmanship the season. White orchids and Miles & ]
1,t In his graphic account of the .,'''..'''''- '''... ,..... and at living prices. Call on of the'valley are a favorite' combination stltcbes-thls !Is for the sot of &*

Filipino campaign. In writing of the ''For c apt,A. T. Rose. and the cut shows an arrange.meat sock-and Increase one stitch by pfafcj
I Insurgent outbreak In February thegeneral Town Clerk. > tug and
i F of white roses, lilies of the val- up knitting the stitch bnae
sketches the strange situation diately below the second stitch for
t u It la known to an then continues: Stanltogon' my record as Clerk for ,Important... Notice. rows, thus making T2 stitches oa foesI tar j

:I The Intelligence bureau had notified neatly a-year pasta I hereby announce ;Business concerns or persons who may 4_ needle. Knit plain for U row* Ye$
IB* that there were two redoubts close can&iecy for te-e) ctioa the I DOW decrease
my to :position have ,entered into arrangements with begin to for the tastep
4 to the river to my left front and one and solicit the support and ,w- one I Z. G. Dunn for an advertisement in and ankle In the following maaeerr
Krnpp gca. but we were confident that f of :-at' J Knit M stitches bit !
rage friends
the polls. thjrtyfifta
t w there existed still another and larger proposed; book to be called "The Ship. and

{ redoubt oo a mound which we.could l CEO_ S. ADAMS.' pers and Receivers Guide" should sendt I thirty-sixth together knit ,tbe;
thirty-seventh and *
: I DOt see. either from blockhouse No. 2 Mr. I thlrty-tlghtb to
J. P. Ueckwith, Traffic Manager
getter knit 84. la the next bit!
i I or say point within the village of Florida row
East Coast Railway St
Angus 53 knit
tUrty-foorta and
Par*. It wall sheltered by trees ajong For' Towu Clerk. .:, thty
true, Fla., their contract with Dunn anda i.i fifth together knit the tblrty ditL
the Concordia. When at last we were
( BMUH. CAPTallaalaLxaaii ;copy of the vertisment which was to the thirty-seventh together. knit
permitted after patiently standing [Now brigadier general 1 As a property-owner, tax payer and leave been published. Decrease thus In twice
every row exactly
their fin for six hours. to dash in to I availed them little against the concerted citizen o( .thiitown.forseveral.jean .I( Any communicat'on 011\(this subject In the middle until there are Q .

the attack v' found three redoubt onslaught of the American troops.: past,.I have been requested,.by.jqairy addressed to Mr. Beckwith will receive stitches left Knit 24 row plaID wtta-|

and two Urupp guns Instead of one. "The Filipinos build the ,best of of my friends to become a candidate lor prompt attention. out any decrease. Work about an toes

# As the Insurgents rushed away before breastworks, but lack bravery and determination the Town ,Clerkship.: I hereby' J' P. BECKWITH, In a rib of two plain two
announce purl Castoff
01 la their attempt to escape the charg to hold them. They ,are : Traffic Manger, F. E. C. Ry. f
my Candidacy for that position l I very loosely and sew up. Tbto Bum
ing lines It was comical to see them treacherous and cruel and can fight in promise: *
my faithful atteutiom and best : ber of stitches make a full slued seek.
shedding their blue uniforms, throw- ambush but are the worst cowards In I "Contribution Box: What
tag elf wata and trousers and appearing the open. Their the performance of all,duties connected I a
poor marksmanship "' fnnny shame for a baby!I""Yed'um Who Should lit.. Weddtsg PnMsIa'Tho :
_ In Kpotlt-H white the everyday has saved thousands of the lives of omen therewith and solicit the support of all \
should and
, dress of the native Filipino. But our The gallant conduct of the Californians who consider competent aDd -e1Iti. I Dad nicknamed him that who should not *n4
? It to
-U men were too close on their heels to be does not detract"from the tied to their suffrage and support., anse he a.wallows so_maDbuttoos., ." presents relative expected that BOB btu
deceived by any such artifice. The sltauluuroua valor of other American troops In the =Exchange.; and Intimate friend* cf ttv;
wheel to the left, of battalions geld All have done their utmost and : bride and groom aDd member of ttsJ

of my brigade just as planned have proved the valor ,of .American! A. B. OTwrL. two families shall send wedding pest

beforehand, enabled me to'pen the In- soldiers beyond dispute though the "Ordway argues well. He covers ents and tbe mere social aequalntaaeo'who

argents between my line awl tbe rlv- California regiment la the pride of the so ranch ground." 1 BBlDI'S violate this rule show a woeful)

'tr, and that was how we were enabledto army In the Philippines." For Hartibnl And 'CoII tor. "Then you've seen his new white' fey and ferns tied with IOUQOII.white"ribbon. lack of knowledge according to anal

take so many prisoners as well as The First California Later authority on the polite conveoua
left Manila July canvas shoes? -Ex. will come white chrysanthemumand
""to Inflict such fearful I hereby aonoagce A* a rule jewel are
damage my-eaadidae7'fo r presented
upon 26 on the transport Sherman jasmine and In ccty
r Cole who stood and fought, and fight officers and 060 men Including the a re-re-election to thetpo5 tiqll _of'jtoshaj( t violets and gardenias.midwinter white by relative or the very closest friends,

they did pluckily and well that-day, unfit for duty. The two batteries of and CoUector, pr liaising the saute jfaithfui -' Df ire Chase-That sporting widow Bridesmaids' bouquets admit and the something may be aid el

ftecause they had, been ,sedulously California heavy, artillery which bare attention to tbe duties sod 'respondbilities who got the brush today baa been in and pink roses and orchids any color are small silver and fumltnre. Dutt
coached by their officers In the belief been at the front m the 'tba the the lost few yean tie custom ofeentinf
that the Americans dared Philippines return \ t. have epdeavorcd'to'giv e at death good many times muck Biked '
not stand object of
gwfor thrm If they stood together and up with the regiment the position in tbe past, ..! Miss Hunt Yes, and each of them The groom's boutonniere should employ lulus ceramics and art TarlotaiwUla, tn ns peee to>>

rtW their IIUKr6 atoBOI r. Ku.xa. :PAVt C.'jON g9! -,, left her a r'JrtatJerookl1D Life. I. the same kind of flowers as are la stead of piece of table lUm ttftfi
-- .. .. ,,'. the bride's bouquet. .
f" greatly lacreaaed
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