The Tropical sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075915/00589
 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 9, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00075915:00589
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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$1' 4S- Novel Method CMH by a Man to Tr&aa.port Scraps of News About TIlls and nat

.; ,.' Katluual In The A Budget of Interesting Items From flu Family to Florida. 1
It $. lropoMf to Eittabllxh a What the Sun's Men Heard I I and Different Things.

Pvopie .a Tbey Come and Qo--People One at Hot Springs Ark.. Lively Local Whirligig., Regular,Co SPO d DU. ..
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.f You May or May Not Know. I I 'Mr, J, II. Van Binders and his five
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-' -:- Baltimore News Notes and It. i el
-4"----- At the last session of the United States of Minor Happenings: Ledd Ver, Carefully'" Compiled and Confined to tint small children passed through Everybody in Central ad Kob.',
A Mirror Florida, in a
'i< UomsVlattoPiIDL an ot was passed tendering Interest to the yesterday, en route to :
Ptnoaat Congress Which is of Most
A .tu..f ,
Events, and .a laThe Pal'\euAr!
1.. nu, Coming _
and ClUient TlilUnc, the Grand Lodge, K. u( P.,of Arkansas, of Dade County large .wagon pulled by ,two strong
Citizens ; i
City .
Ut Galaxy of. Current Golp.8S1 of Wed _.s __________
Out of tllo City.Fnmilyn a tract of five and one-half acres of land, S.. horses, says the Baltimore Sun *
.' located at Hot Springs for the erection nesday. ,The wagon was 'covered with Telephone Cxcharge: u being i JP

sSt ole National Pythian Sanitarium,giving, Ladies Aid meets Friday afternoon at .DELRAY; DOI 'GS. black oil cloth, with 'two small glass moved into Dimick' Imj Store. \ J
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Sheen returned! last night the order an option tt five years in 3 o'clock at the parsonage. .. '' J. French has his new,house nearly windows, one on each side, through Christian Endeavor at 6:31: next Situ.day \
Surveyor children
'. which to consider the proposition. 1, E itor Byington has announced the completed.jMr. which the bright faces of the evening; ; A I'. Anthony, leader
.from a trip to 'The matter has been taken up by Ihe Landto could i>e seen. The father sat ou the i
change of the name of Our Sunny has added to his res- ,
Aaron Learning, of Cape May, N. J., grand lodge of Arkansas and a plan is Scbabenger front seat and drove. The wagon was THE SUN' is in m.ript of cards announcing -
the Miami News. which 'gives it a more j jMr
i dtnee a potch Mrs. Freda Kaiser
and will spend of minutes at the comer the mairageot
trHved a few days since proposed whereby a per capita tax stopped for some 1

the winter .with his niece. Mr .' Wilmon ft shall be levied on the membership Tuesday tnorniug the first lot of
Vr&ffldin.Mr throughout the United Slates.! It is proposed tainers" from Camp McAdam passed > : Effie Tucker has been at West crowd colllecled about it. Thursday, November oecond. m

to pattern the buildings of the through here on their:way to other point g'm Beach he past few day having a Mr. Van Binders said he tad been i Newspaper adv-rtising goes right Int,> i

>. Ljrdia Learning, mother of Mis. Sanitarium after those of the Army and north. troublesome tooth Li ca'ed. farming in New Jersey for.the last five the family circle exactly where th. ; _
tn arrive
WHmott Whilldin b expected' tbe i Navy Hospital" located at the springs, Rev S. D. Paine will preach text A. McLeod and j.G. Fenno have years. and is now oil the way to his old dealer wishes his good*to go. Fur ibis I _
IAM to enjoy another season on aol an expenditure of probably $yiuoio morning on "What we Know of in clearing their muck, and expect home in Florida. He built the wagon reason it is the best mt'dinm.r. I' t
Sunday !:
Lake at ttle home of her daughterJohn will be necessary to accomplish theirC An els." ar d in the evenIng on "What we it soon ready for their! ci op. himself He prefers traveling that wav, We have at Delray sonic of the best I I I

,C. Janes, .Titus ville's popular instruction. I, we Know of Heaven." 1, Nichols is at work clearing out as it is cheaper and affords better opportunities lauds the East Coast, for
t and on'of Judge rand lodges with Gleaipu of seeing the country In the vegetable on _
young| posttnajtter The following apprdtiraale tie belonging to the
t of Ft.dale's 'L urlel. orange grove either rent or ..,Ie; i-asy term: Apply
in Marshall one small cook
visit \, W. had
have i Siders
a a
Minor S'Jou"- if en joying nieuibtrshtp of each I estate ar.d if reports are correc it wagon Mr. Van '
. successful .$ i Gleason Brothers, r au Gillie f....
and most to
this town a guest' at the hbuieofCapt. adopted the plan; Missouri, Ji.oo-j ; best kno"u sill be somewhat enlarged. stove, a stuck of provisions ai'd a quantity t

J. R.. Anthony. District of Columbia, 2,000 ;Indian Territory. truckers, is preparing thir y.fi'e acres Jthc colored Baptist Church of this of bed clothing. By special auiboniy from the S ale

2,000 ; Montana. j.ocoAtkan' for planting in tomatoes. by ,thettackiniw lie did not know when he would reach department at Tallahassee the &...',' i (
and best recently presented
oldest was
of the Lake's pluce ,
One following have received of the l best Florida, but was not in &1' srx-cial held their N...
Uammon,is home sa", 4,500. Tbf i We have 'at Dehay some Street BaptktChurch of Sag. County Coinuussiont J
H. F. !
: citUeoi,
kaown all the
in the proposition and will probably adopt vegetable lands on the East Coast, for maw Mich with a dainty white tableCloth hurry. as be had in his wag-in veuilier session Tuesday West Pln r _
improved appearanceand
tfaln really it: Illinois, 40,000; New York, 20.00 ; eitLer rent or sale; ea..y terms. Applyto for their communion table. comforts of home. He intended: to drive teach.
extended sum i
: avoudupoi Indiana 40,000; New Terse):. (15000 Gleason Brothers E itt Gillie, FU. From Baltimore to Washington, and _
: mer'! trip in the West and North, Pennsylvania- 50,000 ; Texas t ,h. Sranine. one of the first settlers fJntou then on South. Judge John 1) Long. National Rej>'>r'-

Will Whidilen habegun stocking tiP who returned to his home in for Florid has
of the directors of .. loan Committee in
George Scobe. one Maryland, If adopted, 20.000\\ -
the Florida Fuh & Ice Trust. was in ea..ily aggregate 15,000 f 350,000.: his poultry yard for Thanh ivillii. North Fk ucla, is expected to return in a Some Utt'.e-Known Facts. been appoiattd hv President MoKi iey
fine turkeys were inclosed lastnight tim. aud we hope he will be better General
Fifty hort A enl and Couuel
l1ight'to Tuesday will have as Diplomatic :
Ik Iowa from Monday The K. of P. in Florida coD ;
i with plenty wore of tin intug. satisfied this time and remain with us. of all the ,
local deal. cent. to Cairo
morning, toconsult with the opportunity to act upon the proposition .{ Only eighteen ,per g>'rt

ta ers here relalire to the season's trade. and this State will probably be included ..p* Families iu America employ domestic A Missouri editor in an account oftiewi3liut

1rdinand. wife i ,f fMr. of Pomiano, iu_the list of those adopting it. The Town Council met Tuesday night '.*. *. HYPOLCXO HAPPUISG5. lieln. ,J leaving i .trijhtv-twopr I "cent _wit'oat .. ; of -a. popular rCuu pie in biton >

: ,Ulor' in town ty7"Mr..Hardinwas I -.t : : -. .-_' and the ne'wly elected CnuiicPmeufYillWhiddei even one servant. said : 'They were married the

an nccewfurcropper on Lake Woi h Photocraphc'r Way Drowiaed.The : and'J. C. Iautlier wereoni J. W. Porter is making some improvements If all the dressmakers known to exist\home of the hiide's i arents where they
a of
I I' and will engage in the I in. Littl- was done aside from routine by building a a fence to keep out in Am. rica worked twenty four hours will remain until the bridegroom get* a ;-.
ten ,yetrj ago of tie Luke will remember wilhou.
; this timr, people work and the payment of hills. Mock. each day for a whole sear, slop iolu" -
buiJHtu again hat at Poinpai stray I
D. S. Way, the hiner-.nt p1itoura. ping for sleep or me.i s, they would still '
E-'q. returnetl 'Sunday ou 'a There will be no re ular Fall Term of Miss hattie Wilkinson,of Palm Beach, dress All Arkansas judge in sentencing ain
bad his headquarter I
k W,X Metcalf >her who .. be able to make only one apiece I
and western For Circuit Court ft Miami but Judge Jones visited her parents Satu-d y last returning iinpri<;onm.i-t. <*1 ,- .,
lgut from his northern houseboat for the past two sea SOli!! for: less than seven eighths of the vtoi'en in ) 115

Uip. On hit WIT home be contracted a his! season he had A. S. HrndrickuMt's'' announces his intention of holding a on Sunday morning's train.J. of America. soled hint with the assurance lht by -

heavy cold frcm which be is suffering so.eerely I boat engaged and was, on his war. to' this :. special term :.s oun a* it is prudentto Brown is building a wire fence along Nut six per cent of all the women in good conduct be would shoren the time

as, to be unable to resume his point ben the calamity related
prufesioii l business. in Saturday's New York cases of importance. the railroid, and is filling in the lowland dollars prr year ou their clothes: thanked: the jud e for his thouc; th., ..)
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Charles G. Stratum is again on II eLate curred; bl"lOW'\\ Emile Anthony, the new manager of to plant out orange trees. Out of twelveiuilli .n American f.m. and kind consideration.- -

Oct. '3d -The business in this M. Carroll has recentl. purchased of four million of thee
for another season. He came n Chicago the Arctic Ice Works' J. ilie* the income The following from the Denver. C,!., _
rd Chiquita with a man.supposed the route and home the Brown laud and is busy hvi J.JTO each IIf'f'.f',
Sunday night. Stratum's arrival each j; yacht town,is now. will onto a oa ,familyc, is les* I o>t. is a fair example of VTesMeinnrsp.per :
soutbwaid course to be D S Way, the owner, doing splendid trade. His firm supplies yetting things in shape to erect his new and the iiironii s. of lIt'arldRbl\' P< r
like that of the wit ; "The editor of Harp-r'a _
of year the wild duck, is a sure sign of the lashed to the rigging went ashore in.I I about eighty per cent of the local witling. W "all wish you muh success cent of the enU'e number are less than Magizine want so know what a 'rig* is. _

the three miles east of Miller Station and is increasing us : and happiness in your new home,
tourist tide gale trade ol the: town. $1000 each perycar.
of the the West it is the outfit frrwnich
approach Out here in
aear I
; IntL It is believed that all the -.teek. Jtn scores of places in this
lead I
left yesterdayr I every a young man Wos in the Irni'so

l Capt.U.D.leudricVsoii New Smvnu on a' trial trip with his crew found anpas."ellgers in the cabin perished.indicated Garments that \ The local Telephone Exchange have I Roberts, colored, was en monte country where only one mail CUUll Severy ; the labors of week for the pri\i!..&e _
Irons his home to Lautana in his sail lourieeti days.
" their line his best girl hold the lines for
the B. This secured permission to ru i of lelting
craft "Mary the the
combination least one woman was among unfortunate off where
at and while
hoat one day last week. Ask the average person "
Side hotel property to hour hie! he holds
has been cquipped'I across :\11
well known schooner on the8cht' Where ..f in the United
Poller'.laulleh party Road. From there they will Mr. Evans' place was upset Jack's cenTdl point area is!
with Vector from Dr. the vessel belonged was not ascertained: the County I rowboat was out for repairs and I was States ami he will fix somewhere In Srah Beaumont Keuneilvonec4tle

and wi>nier auxiliary sails will be able last night, but it was thought it was from extend their service north all East and Side south residents so. some distance from the water,but seeing Illinois.:! Tell hi'ii it is nearer S i<> Fran IIt"WeUIi In fitlif, is a:). nt'iern uoiuau

;, to navigjixte, wind or no wind. some Michigan port. as to accommodate Roberta predicament' Jack launched his Cisco and he will be incredulous until lie 11\ing at Memphis, where her huS-vin'l

'"; Eugene Dearbora,u ocoanut Gro\'e'l The dead man lashed to the rigging desiring it. boat and put out to sea. The boat bad recu-uibets that Ala>ka i within the is one of lheeditijrs of "The Commercial

U in town today awaiting the southbound was apparently fifty ye rs old. Ou his It is said to cost the sung!!: sum of $ .coo been out so lung that it leakid badly, boundarivS of Uncle Samn.-Lida-aril Bk, Apjieal She h .,t u fouinrss fur he

train. He is: acting in the capacIty left temple was a deep cut, caused probably per week to maintain ths quarantine and just as Jack reached Roberts it iu the NovviiihrLolies' HomeJ mrnal. Colonial period and her best cutiinbii.fo .

.k of inspector of the health department, by a falling spar. The name "D. and detention service at Miami. While b! ?gau to sink., As a consequence both -- -.---- s to w riodicals have l-een so tinietl.
and Ft. ''Vay" found the silverware In The Go.erno-.'* Last Levee." iu the -
running between Ft. Lauderdale S. was on the aiuount seems enormous it is after men had to wade ashore, which they municipal Election Report. '

I't Pierce to tee th.it none wlhoutimmune the cabin w is found a complete woman's I' all insignificant when its effectiveness in reached in safety- i N o\IIII-er! LtdUs: Home Journal, gIVES

certificates stoP at'intermediate points wardrobe. There' was a fully equipped keeping the sickness! at check and inpreventing J. Brown is doing the right thing at At the town election last Monday thefolhowug |her a plac in the foremost rank of the

. .. photographer's .outfit and is for the re- writers of ficliou.
imateur other points cast younger
' "- its spread..to the right time and in the right place. : vwtes; were

1 JlCkaoD lUe'* Gala We k. among other things a large number of considered. The orange trees which he will set along I prctive candidates : A local paper j uMished a long oh's.ary .

__ pictures. The supplies had all been the railroad will not only make his place For Mat or-\Vilmon WhilUin its ; of a mati who had died iu the c,.u-
Next week will be the occasion of the iu Charlevoix, Mich. \\ W. Prout of Miami. is a practical,
bought attractive, but make it more valuable at T. J. Grier, 47. munitr, closing with the statement tu9
greatest entertainment enjoyed The Chiquita was first! seen by a fislur- even if a modtst, benefactor. Last of a day to come. The people of Dade fore For Clerk-Geo. S Adams. 115 ; A B a "long proceSssion of people foliuwtd
for lack
saw three of the ere* ou Miami was suffering
the State.Jacksonville's He w.ten ."
man. last roaMing
broad mistake in allowing the Otwdl. 43 the remains to their pla c
business men have deck. A squad from the South Chicago hospital quarters for the sick Mr Prout I (no ,, .
valuable tracts of orange land Fur Marshal-Paul C.Jones opposition The family read the notice and di tov.cred
or effort to provide the each in : a force of men, supplied the many '
Spared no expense life savers are patrolling employed the \
and aske
lie along the East Coast to r"w oak and ), 120. the supposed nor i
entertainments as varied as they will search of the missing bodies. material and soon had erected a hospital in place of oranges. The fewgroves I For Aldermen-Will Whidden, J C. editor to make a correction tn the
features and attractions I sufficient in size to accommodate -
lavUh. Special Cherlevoix/ Mich.. f'rid4y.-The building now planted plainly show what Lauther, Geo. L. Bran mug aud CailSchrebuick word "roasting," hint he said bt' enulsi'
'secured that residents of theState forty people Sach men are I II
:1 Jtisve been times schooner yacht. Chiquita which was fully be none and it's only a question of were elected without opp not do it until the semen j tars' luck
if are may
cost benefactors even
at a many
.. can enjoy Ind practical land shiou.I that the :w under other wrecked near Miller Landing" yes I time and men who know orange I subscription >

:! less than.they could the see railroads any make terday. left, here two weeks ago. Anolln'l'not multi-millionaires.- :- and what can be dona with oranges to I The bonding proposition was defeat d been pud.-G\ines\'iIle Sun.
>, Circumstance will. be an inducement forpeopb wereD.S Way, his wife: and Mayor Whilldin has received from bring!!: the many acres .>f land which I by the tax pay voting.. -.._-

I' rates that travel, there u uo reason why man named Ro'linl'razine. They were I II Mr. J. E. Ingraham through W, R. today stand in uatural growth to aUr.ct. _a--* Michigan Marriages.
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be filled to en route to Florida. Way formerly I Moses the sum o: forty-seven dollars! as ive and valuable proves. We hope that Ladles, Attentlonl t
&he,JI1ttropolis should not I l"t..1 The Wolverine State broke sll rec ". *
!railed vessels on the lakes, but of donation to the Ton Park !un to accomtuodate. a
the full limit of, its capacity has been appoint the marriage line last The
N. L. Courtney on : year.
will Mrs.
years had been a roaming This timely and welcome donation tall pin stand where the orange tree
hotOgr.APber'l for the Ladies' Houu records show official return to the Secretary
i' 4 Week 1 x : enable the Park Commissioners to add would thrive ard bring prosperity to our special agent
All success to Gala and the Saturday Evening Post of State of 20,138 marriages a
Explanation. rovemeuts in the way Journal '
needed imj County and its people.
i more
T -". -' I' more flowers and shrubbery I The first public.iium is r. cognz'I at th.foreuijst rate of 169 for every 1,000of population.:

,: Important Notice Owing to the existence of yellow fe\''r of planting the Lake front of the Part,' ----. of il. kind iu the world, whiU' NtH elllt Ir wa.. th: nijst favored tumth

concerns persons who ma> in Miami having delayed the turning in ,shaping etc. up _ The Literary. asd Social Club. t tt' 1,rter. tOJU led by B i.ija: inn Frank for nuptials, 2,264 lng rrcotde-l fort

Business with of the tax hooks to the Collector it will _t_ lemiis nut 0 .IV the ol.test but the b ft month, while Febrntry held tie

have entered into for arrangements Ivenisemeut in sraiewha delay the issuance of tax: I Some Florida vegetables! from pretty PROGRAM FOR NOV. 9. Il f.t.uil"ap'r in print today "lr'.1 i"boobrecord' with 1.302. Next toN.wember

; one Z. G. Dunn tobe an called "The Shippers notices and tax ,work generally. The ueltdowu the Eo\,;;. Const, reached the: B'etk House- Miss Potter. C .un: -y is irepared to h .nll s In) I I1,1. Jane and 0.tohr were favorite

a proposed book Guide" should send Collector, Mr. Henry J, Anthony has New York market! this week and (founi Humorous Sk..tcb1r Paine. \ l.-s of these p .h'icatlon'i to any, hue niontns in the order named.

and Receivers himself been laid up with severe attackof a brUk demand that soon cleaned tim usuJ. Ldthe: I.a\e-Mri. Mosrs. interested a-d will -p'eased toVanew /.. : Waslitenaw Con ty won the banner

to Mr. J P. deck with, Traffilanager, he is i able lo plants fetching reiiewa's of old gui,. for age record, one case rcpcrfe I from
the fever, but a soon as Prices were good, egg:! Quotations-Scott Mi'-criptions or
wflrld& East Coast Railway St. AUlrUl-1 ai.i \ N'o nicei fiere showing tbe.gloom to l-ai been
with Dunn a d resume his work everything: will I.e from Isooto $l.oo1'-r hairel, PROGRAM FOR NOV. 16. snvtioti9. handed 10 her.'
f tine Fla., their expedited as much as ossible. I from |2 50 to #3 50 a box; okra Retting liolii'ay present con!.! t>e, made to any 110 years f age, while his juauer ..a*
which was uhsv MisPotter,
a copy of the vertisuient cwrier rf sis Bleak Hou e- sibscription to the a Washing bride nf 57 The owre tm i*
p.- $ 200 than "ar's
to per (
f a
:om fi 50 lady >
: been published.Any Points of Interest- AnthonjThomasoii ,' of this sta i-mcnt was '.ni'che.I l fur hv tilt:
of'the beat from a no to Hand in nameijiiowliid
commnnicat/on on this subject We have at Delray some baskets, and cucumbers $ and Kei. Ladies Journa'

addressed to Mr. Beckwith will receive v.-getable lands on the East toast, for J;oo. Supp'ies, of course, willl limitti I M..ffatt.'IIIIiG":. i rC'CtIIbe handsome: holidaj County Clerk, who stated, that ai a...
'ruil.lIIan' nedy. : davit tn that tiled was on file,
N Y. \
prompt either rent or sale; ea-v terms. Apply fur some time to come. editions.
J P. BKCKWITH. Poiin, ;\t.re-Mrs. Bill.
Traffic Uai-ager, F, E. C. R,. to Glea..on Brothers, Eau Gallie., Fbi.i41ELY, Guide.

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'f CROKER ON BRYAN. by way of condemnation prop e'ipl l 8' D B
llE. \ wither the general law.-KiMnmeeValley M. E. GRUBER IX... HARDWARE
.i .. Pat i.T radeCount). FUida. *The first time f saw Bryan,'* re- Gazette. ,

marked: Richard Croker the .,1 lier CROCKERY and
evening "lie said nomethiu I've The Governor hIM called a -rood
remem'ered. It was two years asro roads convention to be held in 4tk- FURNITURE.

CVEHV THURSDAY, ,at a dinner in Washington. 'Ooker' sonville in a short I Ihitne. This onirht! R aLlfAriAY60iA .

AT VIST PALM BEACH.DADS COUNTY. FLORIDA said Bryan, us we stood talking. to heat meeting that would interest the =-= a- All! Kinds of Boat Goods.

V\er f-im-e Lbutiln's. time no matter masseri ofthe'entire ca.uron.w
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE! $2.00 A YEAR. population i.f Stove,Tiesare Door.Mk i sd BtIsM. P
who was PresidentWall street! has jFlorida. Goal roads through: the
l\.tn at the roaofficc of W tl alai I.eachu All Kinds FWilug Tackl and Sport In? Juo4
the It has lawn
run country. pnsswl State id of great 11.0 men t to every I
d-cI"'lUatln. i.anoline Murr. Blue "'II" ItrfOOetw Oil MnM.
and vetoed w and repealed. lawi. min woman and child in thr State.\ 1 GIuaware.Lampa iu.1 Lauirru HarraoB lira*.' R.tti) ktbelPalNa

THURSDAY NOVEMBER, 1K9\) It has had its way aliout everything. If the meeting sufficiently) attended .lQ-lad urUrr Citrii fr-wpl AlUklKMt.LKADING U.t11 "1 i

Absolutely, as I tell you Wall stree and stirHtient! interest manifested), .
has controlled thec'untrr. Up to much Jtond olljht t.t he nccomplixhed t .
the death of Lincoln the Washington to the State, and an impetus given I

p l5Uti question was. 1lt>n. Ever sincv the to the good roads movement A GUARANTEED' PAINT

1: question has been. Money. We have throughout the Srate (bat will redound Whose Cards Appear In this Paper,II

lived under Wall street rule forth*' to the good of the entire pop Classified Alphabetically

last third of a century. And. I lei ulation.-St. Ati-ruwtine Record. ARIAN PAINTS .

OOT\4fbH! yon now,' went on Bryan 'that ARCHITECT:

;: should it ever chance that I'm made There U un old story of a man who T D Brown, \Ve t Palm Beach Are Guaranteed not to Chalk Crack Rub Off, Peel' nor Blister. Art not

Presitlent. the ode first thing that borrowed uo iron kettle and returned i ...IBANKING i affected by Salt Water or Sea Breezes, and are "i.i ing better uliafactioa
!. II: il to its vith crack iu it. He
mind's made on, never lu owner u '
my up : than any t ther paint known. It is the coming paint in tbis State u U b
f'\ change is "Wall street role shall was suet for the value of the kettle, Dade County State Bank,
particularly adapted to the climate: Florida.
cease,' It's true," continued Richard aSid tiled the foHouimr: answer to the West Palm BeachBARBERS 4

I' i Croker, "that until Bryan spoke of it suit : "First.the kettle wan cracked) II'-

thl I'd never realized the fact of Wall wheliIIHorrowe.lit. Second t he bit le :
street dominaiion. But what, he' was not cracked when I returned it, Milo Cooper. West Palm BeachJ ,

said was the truth, and the moment and third, I never borrowed the Ruffiu, \Vest Palm Beach Agent for Carrara and Parian Paints,

hl tf I thought of it I saw it. That kettle at all. Mr. Hanna says --US' -

wan the first tiling: Bryan said to me. "flrst that trusts have the best men BICYCLES: 28 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

and it'" the foundation my respect in the country at their head: and B M Pofer. West Palm BeachW .... ....- -

f for .him today. He's right. More, that he believes in their organization.Second. R Mitchell West Palm Beach

he's wire enough to see, with the tht| he never defended the -. I A. HAUGI1.. W. C. MIX SICK. ;!

strength and courage to do what's trusts, and third, that there 'are uo BUILDING SUPPLIES: .

right, Bryan will take his place with trusts in this country,"-Euslis: Geo S Hacker & Son. Charleston, S C. HAUGH & MINNICK

the greatest c.. the Pl't'tliaJelltK.-New Lake Region.It -5'....-- '" ,

York Verdict. is a foregone conclusion that CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS:

r the Democratic party as a whole,, Franklin Sheen, West Palm BeachDENTISTS
% Practical Machinists Gun i toils
f4ittbIOfl5NOT DADE HAS "SILE'JT ONES." and as a unit, is for free coinage and _1- .

-- -- anti-trust and nine chances to one :

The honest, open and ove-the- there will be no "great ticket." in this D A Thomason West Palm BeachL

boird policy is the policy the jieople field in 1900, nu Palmer and Buck T Daniel, Cocoa Gas Engine and Motor'Repairlng ,':
I ALTOGETHER CORRECT. like after all. There le
can no question
for non-believers
ner party Bryan- .1-
about a proposition of this General Light Machinery Work
ism to trot off after. So with all
Among other things for which DRUGGISTS:
FloruU remarkable is the l.ind.; If a candidate for office is to these thing > in
is quality I "taring us the face E H Dimick, West Palm Beach
of her railroad passenger cars., The be,elected on his merits; if heir to lie what will Pol. Wilson! Ill. ? The Democratic BY EXPERIENCED "ECIUX1C8.
I peonle of Florida not only pay the -N.--
elected because he believes in that
highest passenger fates in the civilUid press and the Democraticparty
E' ,,world but they also ride in the which the people w ho are to elect him of Florida; by no means admire DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: Shop ill GruberV
;; poorest Cars This is a point on also believe (and no man should Iw the of the Curl Schrebnick, W- st Palm Beach KU-jcIeHnpi.rimii.: W6Sl t Palm t Beach.
contradiction. Tata- politics "great and good. .
which we defy f _._ ._.. _
elected! to office who is not thus in This foolishness about .e.FERTI moo
a pa Herald terming ,
JJro. Caltmuti'I is usually quite cur accord with his constituents), then Bryan a populNt should end now, IZERS: PROFESSIONAL CARD

,rent in his tletliu-tionrt mid critiri.msaiwut that candidate has nothing to lose and let all of us stick to the party or Wm A Bours & Co lacksonville .
R M Potter, West Palm Beach .
and everything to gain by telling
IrnnHportHtiiiu affairs in Floe join some other.-Lakeland Sun.
those to whom he looks tor support "_ t I 'V I. METCALF.
of the above nlitorirtl i-
Mn, but tit 1\ part .
The other Senator Hanna
Mt wish to emphatically\ *- just what his honest convictions are. FIRE INSURANCE &REAL ESTATE: ATTORNEY ..AT UW.

mur. \Verefer to ''fhltt pert uf the On the other hand, if u candidateis aittdn the statement that probably Brelsford Bins, Palm Beach NOTARY PUBLIC

r rominMit which M*a 'they also ride .not in accord) with the people; if John R. McLean had paid Mr. Bryanfor Wallace R Moses. West Palm BeachFURNITURE 'Will practice i. Caustyakt<a4 P >t rU

he must into office deceiving going to Ohio and making sevei- Conrte.LAND .
he ." get by -e.- THE SUN CASES A SPECIALTY.otBceiaTituPii.Ai.8rK
( ttouivtot Cilr
al campaign speecl-es.: In reply to Blurk.
them his real intentions then
to ,
f W. HIV prvjiiirwl to tllt.v-thnt' no as lh. Mr : went ftim lu-acn. Hade Cii...ljr, .llHrt.1.
Bryan delivered
/ line .>f rU1101 in the United: l t+tt.tew..nr- that candidate ha. everything to thrust that would have been painful 1\ D E Cooper Mfg Co, Jacksonville has just receiveda

/ IWMW t II.. Florida ILint (!oar Ilhi. gain by keeping Kilcnt. I ILEX St. CLAIK-AIJUAMS,
This latter be in to a man having; a skin less thil',' -5.GRAIN -
jtolicy ncordance -
/ uf irner fur may
the character pati> ; ears with pieeeittday political than that of Mr. Hanna: "I paid my AND FEED: completeand A TTORNEr.A .LAW.JAcesottvicLtl.
its tru..tEn'lI iu Ilteeumuier
/ pUlwl
|IJI methods, but I lIt>ltl4Ol1 t lie home the|l't>eoilc hiitirf.ieI | u luI l .-Pensacola Journal from Ohio," says Mr. Bryan, "and I B M Potter, West Palm BeachHARDWARE varied stock fediral Practice la all the Circuit Cwiru,Start.*4
eau atUllnt tit fp did not rt't1'inor will I receive a -.5. U.29.98.Saatvat. .
I than of travelling in iisliuuiiotinlvI ) .
cent anvfhing in either Stat
furiiUhed lay tarsus
from any| ody. Mr. (Hanna has he- T. SH* UML COBIMM K. ..00."
I tin the l I/p tft rniufo in the North, while M E Gruber, West Palm BeachHOTELS
\ attalie: I]ery county should instruct its come HO accustomed to measuring both ruled S"AY LOU & 1t0031 E.ATTORiYEYS.AT.UW. ,
: ; \ parlor chair tara are l to -1-
:Iclegutes to the next State Convention everything by money that he rinuot
\ each train for sue( UII wish to UK* .
to vote to the conceive ef anyone doing anything :
adjourn convention
t I them ; uiul for riding in then the ami refer the nomination of all except for cash in hand."-Morning The Earman House. West Palm Beach and unruled, and Will practice in all the Court ol At State

\ ttktru charge in .t'r.\ moderateiluiin; News.In The Travelers, Jacksonville Office to
t officers from the higheot to the lowest Law hxchaage. JACKSONVILLEM ILAIl
\ the Bumtufr months. I .. different grades
\ Iu whatever criticism THE SUN tnaay to a State piimury., This is theultly pursuance of that liberal policy ,

to make from way to break away from machine which has so long brilliantly characterized JEWELERS: C. HOOD, !I. D,
\ la-en
have impellwl
ruin and to itsciie the party the policy of the railroads of Idner & Son West Palm Beach.LAWYERS and prices.'Ifyouarerunning. .
time to time an to the unrea*:maldy PHYSICIAN AND 'UI fO..
high rates charjrwl by the F. E C. from its deadly ap ithy.-Levy County Florida towards the people of the .5'-- ,
; Democrat Office unit BeaiileBM .
State have me r KoyaJ I'uixtaiHotel
they now withdrawnwhat
Ry. for iu paswngiT and freight r.wit't' : PALM BEACH. lsT +.
Florida has more to its is known as the "party".rate Palm Beach
we have never hetutdttnl to mm newspapers W I Metcalf. West
This was a rate by which of & Broome, JacksonvilleAlex low Stationery
mend the splendid pdHSPiiger ear MT p population than any other State in a party Shaylor on DHOWS
St Clair Abrams, JacksonvilleMEAT ,
vice in iu appointments and furnudiinyp. the Union perhaps, and with a few tive'perbons. travelling on one I ticket i

They ure all that coald bedeiietl. exceptions, they are run by hopeful could obtain a rateof three cents ptr -1- betterlet ARCHITECT AltO BUILDC

hustlers who 'have mile, and other concessions in the Plane and t'ClllcaUoll1l
Tnt Bus is ever as reailv to energetic : gieatfnith MARKETS: pr- /d

eom ii'w1 when it can, as it i is to in Florida ami her wonderful r- same ra vellt proportion r... larger parties oft Will Whidden, West Palm Beach us stock youup Jobbing Shop" work on Dutora; given Streets prow >.fttrktH at l

t it ernM& adversely "when'" it should, MUIVesuntldelightIiim imparting their We -1-
issue in knowledge to I the rest of mankind. presume this curtailment of a
hence uecen8ity
niggardly privilege is fulfillment of MUSIC HOUSE: NOW R.D.. POrTER, Dl. U., _
this itiMtaiii-e. with our brother of the We do not think we are far wrong, if
the promises made by the railroads Ludden & Bates' M H, Jacksonville 81.223.93 .
at all that Florida is
Herald. so. asmrting! PALM BEACH. I ...
Tampa largely indebted to these newspapermen wha t they would do i the Legislaturewould -.- before the rush

for much of her past end present pass a law doing: away- with N S. JJUItMIAM 31. U.
': ticket scalping NOTARIES PUBLIC: .
r WEST PALM BEACH F.\IU;D t n tII"'U rp prosperity and future prospects.Commmial. .- of Fallbusiness
The W R Moses, West Palm Beach SURGEON AND
man or paper that makes PHYSICIAN
thettir+ stry uo-tliinfcof the Voles Leesburg ( any Guy I Metcalf, West Palm Beach
further pretense that the railroads of ;, Eye and Ear
nuthoiiz the I
to .
of property owners If you want to nee a war, go to Florida -.- is on.
issuance of bonds fur sewerage; and foster the Office at itnddence-altafe Cottage.
Manila. Our
; troops go; out l"'t'r.dl
interests ,
of the is s-WI.
: people an innocentof NURSERY STOCK:
BtreetB.TUANKMIIYING. and Capllll'eSomt' entrenchment. the thirty-third I B Beach West Palm Beach
John ,
In the iifurnoon the troops retire. Herald. D I A. TllOMASON, U. 1>. 8.!

IHv will he duly ol>- During the night the Filipinos comeback The Madison Recorder -I' Office: Corner(Clemall Are and Olive fik
and] them Next nit it.itl'R AND SURGEONS: z. ..,'
smwl on the Thirtieth of this rww cupy day, quite' forcibly the action of PHYSICIANS ", ". WEST PALM BRACH ILA
President MrKiuVy or inu)be a couple of days later, our Governor R B Potter West Palm BeachH All kinds modcra''('lItilt!* know to IMprufension.
moulh.6procll1inuc Bloxham in using f 1000 of the mili. C Hood bold crown ana bnd.ewvtknciulty. a
men uo out and th"lIlIud Tevth extracted ...
of the United 1 Htates.Terri- recapture | vuhuul|
tary fund to the N S Burnham
pay of the
'oloitiwt. thutanre retire, and the enemy comes back expenses Office Hours: Q to u a. m. aad i W 4 f ..
and Coop
torie ,
.' up State troops who went to New Yorkto -I' IO-21-9&
f;: | ->t turkey, li..i hhClr, mid pre after dark and our men go out again partHpate iu the GEORGE S. ADAMS,
in time-honored nUll dl ive them cff, and bo it goes on Dewey parade. RETAIL GROCERS:
to ivit-bnite T. DANIEL '
Iln" The Recorder I ,
and on. O'is ought to enclose the says: L W Bnrkhardt, West Palm BeachJ Deputy Supreme Commander L ir
2 et3le.Ll1E. To our critics we have this D Mathis, West Palm Beach
battle DENTIST
grounds,put a grand stand :
up ;
; '. say th'it we were fully advi..wl as Glen G. Strohm West Palm BeachSEEDS \.I.
For the State Florida.
a .d charge hjiectators for admUaion. to the appropriation of |4)0( of COCOA. INDIAN RIVER, FLORIDA. I-IM|
,(: the
for -1-
it would) heat any theatrical enterprise per year for the expenses of the Will lnntltnte Tents anywhere la the State
Wit li-riu promhsett to be a led-hnt Fur Information a ou earth.Tampa Herald. State hut
troops: the law directs : ALLACE U. tIOSl'i,
one. Fnuik& fl.irk c.f JIU.kr'o.m., how hin should he expended- L Cameron Jacksonville uEOUGE S. ADAMS, "'
j ,
bus derided that 1m wants tnonupyTill The supporter of the Railroad that is, so murk ..llullllt'I paid annually IV-1-09 Wrst l'ahIl1It-acb. Florida. Successor to A. W. Robert J

f llnli. D.iris'ihairin the National Conimi.v-iou hare no reason to feel 1 111i1Cllumgl'l'l hi Pilch co lit 1111 Ily c t uman- -.5. -- REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.

House ot 1t.jiresentHtiveanti hasgone over the detibioii' in th- der non-com, and missioned so much to officer i>each utti'-er, SHOE REPAIRING; GUY I. METCALF Agent Wist for Went Palm Palm llfjrh Beach Water Tn.Work a Lots she

to work With coat off and Jacksonville Terminal cat defying when called out toenf-.iue, or private W R Mitchell Palm Beach NOTARY PUBLIC Clematis NOTA1U Avenue, near Pl'BLlC.Hivetr ",t.

skids rolled up to ;get what bewants. the juiiMlktioii of the Commisbion the I nrt of the State, to repel invasion -....- For the State of Florida at Large. 5-21-D7 West Pilot l*IIC'". Kk>rW..

Chink" had a uuinher itf; nd- over the milijti-t matter. The case o- when the troops are In Deeds Mortgages! Lea *8 and Contract

tuirers down this way in the little Wiltl nut one iu which thl'Cumlllitll'iuu a regular ramp of instruction, STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY: Drafh'd.ConVl'yaJll'lng a.Siierinlty. r\l1 Y liAltUElt SHOP,
and nowhere du we find Merrill-Stevens Co, .
a Engineering All Work luaraolt'e.II.elltlly Correct.Mrtitf
coterie of County politicians, but, itself took the initiative, it being in the acts of the LegisUture provision Jacksonville in rKOHirii SIN Bltuk.Weat .

THE arcs is under the impression that solely Iwtwet-n: pm'u'eMiilors. It is totheeffeetthat theaetroops -Palm- Brarb. DAde"outy. Ikriila-. Banyan Starttt .

ibm people at Urge in Uadenre p..llt(qtifsticnable whether the trainers s:]:ill he paid for making a pleasure -'S.TAILORING- FRANKLIN bHEEN. GEO. U. BUTLER

wt Mttioried witll''Unrle Uo'i," and II he act evens aticiptttedthat recourse trip tti remote sections of the : ': uiix & UUTLKK. 11'I11.0 C/IUPEII *"tt1

we tire nisi under a.like inipres
R that hereafter the, "jieopk- l.irp-; "jtlie j jftju.lir.-itinii, of Mich a citse.Moreover the latter out hiuh t. expenditures the public funds an, -'S. SURVEYORS at AND west CIVIL Palm ENGINEERS.Office Beach S"; I1NOLt; nAUBEU SHOP.

Hill li.ueH 'jilil I..or.. UIllIIlIi'l (HiIiNkiiliuttrcii it iolI.V no means certain then the Governor has clearlvtiaitsgieH8Hd LINES: Landv legally!; sub-divided and maps fur- J. D. Rvmx, Proprietor. I

little I'** to M11.1114. toLow fiat I lheSiiiieiue(4| (' >iut will sustain a 1 hi. duty-we mightMIV. ; I Ocean S S Co. Jacksonville lUll nl bed andeatimatingthither. !Selecting and grading NMXWI.T.lands lora r&... .1

shill am) hnll not ua the .1 It l::nCillV! |>i>Miii>n.vhiihHaH that violated I Li.j iriM-notwithstanding V R P Wv. lacVsonville ful and correct. work guuranlml. >:,I'OIC'II1nulcallot.o. First-Class Work. Polite Attention.
mall receive
by tteutlon
,11It1 |hid, pr..n-.s -
the uielhod of procedure apologists P'antSjstenii Maiand Him-friutn .t .mi-t Crl.cut. MtopuH Hanvan Ktm-t.
prosier <
couiiuws. was
party t f I say to the contrary. Florida Central & Peninsular WEST PALM BEA!'. F LA. 11-7-95 \\ EisT IAUllIEACU, KLUU1UA, ,1


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;fOOTY DOLLARS LOST.: SIXTEEN:---0-TO ONE. '. r FURNITURE. :,i P..lant..S'; s'r"i

'' Why Silver ...D Declare For ThU y'
Household 11.t'l1iueN
.' Ratio of the Uetal I 1.

For Every One Added, to Purchasing l Why do silver men declare for 16 to1in teat Mkcblur Made, UKIt aunsdugsari' k f

other words. that in our coinage uhotS'J.---..-- THREE: 'SH'.PS A WEEK TO KEY WEST A..DNorthlwaad HAVGI: d.
Power of Money. laws the coins struck from IS pounds of rNaliQNGI.iD
I Sole Agent for she famut.ii Wall Trvnk. Mat ::HradjlM':- _I TIme Table I. Effect { _,:oarhbea. !:-*! l'L-
silver shall be made the legal equivalent .. '1P (Outral'No.; : ii ...
Ir *made to "" '''' Cuiu- RS.-: :' 11.; ? \ ,
of the coins struct: from one pound lIlt> e UUP of r hul11.Ikily: .Muth iirH.llan Tim-ll lily. lAuayllIa151I| ( VLJ: ( '

BOW APPBEQIATI50 DOLLAR> d'fib. 1& of gold! :--I. .; 7Wo'Jl1"10Ii'JlLv..1'onTa.pa..Ar.' --... .It Cd'J110upJlIa.UL; _?...
FU'T'3NITUhEufalldtwr'rlpsb.s.'ntIGsk : ..... I. . ._. .'.... /lDlI.Iol.ayJIUl..I.Ar.t.: ..- 1.--- ...... .1..1.111 ... i
1. It is because that is our present ....''Tq"n' 9:0': '. 13,HT 7 MfllLv..._.!1.Tampa.._ At}....... ;;o tun 1oP7. ......
I?;al ratio, adopted 1834-7.: and was bottom l'rk.I..Ih .......: ar. 11 li..I 9 OOFJt! 9 SJrJI Lv. Lck& .I..1tIl ... Ar. ..-.' 4 FJ. G tUfA Ii _11101I ...... _
...> Profit at the Ez Nhola.airaudR l.il. l al.\, CmiluKt. trulk ttt ._...1 L Jai. 13 23i'-0 4JP.ii HP Lv. .. ..L.I-S-1! OH*,,_At'_.. a i -xn :a 5615 .. d
)! OwMer .
silver :
when the of
the ratio coinage
_.... 1 ca'sit; ; Win It ZJ3:! Lv. .... Oruu O .-...A t. .,_.. 1-1 IS7P. J f AJI.......
!.... .(. All Other, Form .f Pro*. was suspended in 1873.: and opr; aim is upGs '|;;o." Co Cart tu-treratris.<;bi t.u, .. ..._ m.... 115 1 ::!?5lt :a.PsLv 'ii.Jtr J'.ri Ar.1 _. i> G.p.a.IIoIII.: .....
I Etc. ._. E 7 WUI .s SOW, 4VUI.;: 4.VJI Lv. .... ; s.4 .....A r. i...... q 5 ;'oPJI is- .......
.rlr-T.wrr ml Heavy n .Sd.. *It lahcUpcc. bat In UK occupied i'll'oar' currency prior to that' 1 .....: tt:0:1 3 S :3N J1 __.. dr ..rliali. :.d..Li. ,.., ':' 4J. .. ...... .
aamatl .1..
W hare a cuUHijtiiim-Dt of Ouk Ilucre nudKnckeisMial ....... Igas24x....... Lv.l.oLana..11Ar, ...._. ::" ; .oI'JI..... .....
tr.H0w t. Bccar. SUbllitr.ThidTocateff time-that' is.- to" -repeal' "this' legislationof .' will !... wad err) lour. \\ I IS i': hat die the Uniirti ikvelaud. and liaml.liT ttlt :305:5: 5's. 5 2 S S L. "I'OI'.aC pr.ussttr. _.. h4 :: ....... V .I5"JI
of the gold standarditixmaUM 3. Both parties, their platforms\ of : 4 111otlai 3: :: fJl G Clf'! a :!'J S %9'JI LT Magnol: a Su lua.-Ai .- 10 3: ..... f
} BlruLEp, Ar.JA :l"O VULiLv. _. I II/. t .
UllI Pi Goes! tJ IiI" a OJJ : I a) 1,0. ? J
tbo movement for the restoration IS02 'declared 'In favor of the use of \ -_-. .! 1-5-W-. .... ....... Lv. -t-i. ib.er--..I.r.Ai..13-- = ; i'.. ... ......-. i
1 -
of silver to the dace it cccapifd both metals as standard money without F.'ri..l.at\\ ; .n given to onr Mail Qrrtir_ _.....1"._'..:.! S4U! -_..... ....... Lv. ...4 io>l"'lr..r..r.. ...._ 11 zuP-""-.P' ._... s
jp cuntaivT prior to lt>73. when the in laws in WI' fnrniitre t>.tlsf;.Hl>'... tn>lb Ip Finds mid I ....1---------, eeu: ...... ".'" Lv. ... i.1 'f1DIo-.Ar. .......10 .!PJI :.. .. ....... ........ !
wur discriminating: our coinage ,i"rlcH < al # _.1.:1: 45\11....... ... Lv. ._ .1'rit. Ar. .._... 1 WP5 .._..::1.... ... ,'
coiaa'w of that metal was stealthily! favor of either metal yet they put a on us. or in your order tn 1.- .. .1 t8"J1,_...... ._ Lv 4u:,;;....oAr. : .... .
tsWepded M an attempt "to degrade false construction their platform 15 and 17 Laura JACKSONVILLE 'FLA. Oo jI .--_.... 2 aMs...... ._.._'Lv ... u..rl..r....,. Ar. ........l Be I ri I
upon ONLY 16.00 ._....L 4 101._......._.._ AA Gal1 L.. ---1.\ .. ... l I
tji! jcbpte1*, medium of exchange. and under cover of it have !gone backon 431 I .......'....... 1 COP* ............... L' t _....A< ...... ...... :
TIM y muss by it that the value or par- this declaration and are now strivingto :; D. E. CP9 E.M'fg. Co. I84JU 4 SIPS .... _...... Lv. ... es -rte..Ar. ... ._... ... r WJ .
siestas of will : i9 Will._.,. !11.LII...... ...... Ar. .. Iliuka I Lv. .,wl:lIiJpJl.j....... Ire UJI < {
power tnoacy thereby, fasten permanently upon the country ..:1Ua.. ...... .VOVJ345RI ..... ....... Ar. saAJ FIL.1 L.. .._ : ....... .... .1ri kr11 '1 '.I
be lowered) cr, M they say; "degrad; the single gold standard. The silver ......-.. nejJI 1-....... 1J ..IL\.J.l.K: 01iY1LL13Ar I\--1; > ounun- *-' __u g'e 1 1 '
value of ..._._ ....... 9 w..c b. Wa5c .... Lv. '? ... .... !
ed. Tb cr jror bedDs: power men wish to make the issue so plain 5 a s :311: 5, : as kl5J '' c 1. n teJ 6 2. !.
ht/o"JI.,._.. il f Pi ....... :u 4as Ar. _.". ,oIe.p .....Lr. I'Q fJlt' 1i11111 0 u '1.
I taauj b the quantity of I 'commodity and distinct that it cannot be evaded. 8 .5J1....... I2:Y:....... :: "$.:l.r. ". Sa.3: J. t* .. Lv. C Oas :, :MII 8 to'F., ..
i -. cr other firm of property a given earnif 3., The silver men believe that it ia ; ......+.....101111'I. '.._._. "U"lAr' i. I'.ldh_... Lv t3 eWa U IaPS 4 .....:. ...... t
I For instance ....... ....... ; ze'14 a...i>l AT. \ llbehJ'I! : : 1 Lvt._... "I.q 7 .sF. ..... ,..... '
will fur. ,
,! of it exchange only through the operation of our coinage ....._ ....... :I.I'JlI.: ...... 7rHKAl.-t | ,.. !:.>. tJ..W: 3 SOPS ...... ._
if OM dollar will exchange. for two : laws that the metals gold and silver Recognizing the demand in West Palm ; ...... I.. __ 1 CT.lliI'....._. 8 2CJI! Ar. 2 V ....a... t tan S des: ....... :,,-..
btube of beat it baa high value or .-...: '.;.... :; JUI't; :;113r.. v \.bb.u..LV.t_.._ !:&w4.ll1. 0II0>.:. .... r'"
a can be brought to a parity; that the Beach for _......I.._.... 0 :J:9..1; : < : Lr. 3 ...... I fl SIPS 9 21.: __... .'_...
r arcbwing power; if it will exchange value! of the metals Is simply their rela .......I....... :3 IIIPJl': '....... U L-D.'JI.r.. J i. t x "n Lv- ...... t1 ..... r.....
tor only one bosbel wheat,'tbo delta tion to each other; that their monetary ..=.I. .,).. i-J-m: 51. = t'tlw1Lv.-rW: ercrw :.."At ....." 6 eur.lUWj' a twi _:
U having its Good ice at Reasonable u..I.:...;. 1.: s.1..413.; 5 At .-i..Tih. u ......Lv. .. 3 : ; i i115UU :; J.ii'II ....
degraded": by parcbftdr44 relation controls their market relation ; Rates, I .... .....1413:>>; 4 15?* Ar.: .. ..)farou ..... Lv. ..,.... .... l' V u T. .. J
powf lowered.!! In. the.first inAteBtt that by giving the legal: tender function ....,..3.... .I 7 :5&.1 :J ?JI Ar...J 1.t1M"t. Lv. ....t, "ltJPJ ..... ." 7 111.1lWJ1Ar. ll.....
one-half of the labor expended io ...... :.,...... 1 r UPS ...... .. C .au.no.'g* ..LT. :.... 3 65P11..t s iua ,_?
the coins struck from 16
to pounds / Courteous Treatment of All Patrons ._I Ii S PJI ._...I 043:1 Ar. ...; las: r1t!:a_Lv..I'_91n9. I Dt5t0 ...
: : ::::: ; :
producing the wheat ia sacrificed for of silver they will. have the same valueor ....;:.I.:....., 31'JI n aS.Jl: .;....,'Lv. W'\crow ... Ar 1t; liP.aI, G I.OIJI;:.... .... .__. .
l the benefit of the owner of money; in purchasing power as the coins struck .......t.......1113: PJIJ Orsl_.... L\....j. Itai-oct Ar. s 4 jP. 4 L4JI _.: .... .:.:..
of the .......j... .. J i isyi! 'O l'a\r.: Yai.esti. LT. 71Ir< 4 11.1.11..._. _._ J.. .
the second instance the prodacer from ore pound of gold and that the .......'....... i : ;.Pi 'A' ...th5aariae..L. G2i !Ju....... .... ":.
vbrat reap the benefit and the owners market value of the metals will then he The Arctic Ice Works .......I.'t" ....II.a.| 9 701: ....... Ar., ...:.ai.-uiC'Hr.ery.. lJ 25' v lSps.._. ._.... :......
ot the who live in idleness are i .......1.:......; 81:11..a; J G.;I....... V:. .Vou'n-n'e>y.. Ar. '11 7 aP5.: _... ... ,._..
with their mint valuation.
; money II coincident .... :I f9': :J r. i....... Ar. ..X-mtnsh m.. Lv. I' 2s 4 .5s ,.... :.... t..... 4
4emfeCI of this gain. I Oar present mint valuation of 16 to 1 ....:. .::....1flP a5J.9...:.... .. .1'J..JiIJ'u..Lv.' 2JAJ ooar .... .a. .......
There can be BO fall in the value ofraney is 8 per.-entless favorable to silver than OF MIAMI, FLORIDA .......I.... .! t 1'.11. 2 t..AI1 :: ..! Lc .N glivillo...-Ar. 211 8 Poss.....:: .tftI4.12 -.....
.. 3t1l.:1: -sous as?* Ar..t l.ctu1a'fUle: .. LT. 81Y. ;: beta .... 2 a.\fJl ...
without i corresponding rise in tbe French valuation or ratio of 15}{ to .::....]..:::.. 'oUI' 4 a. 1. I3iJl. .:. t.n.billAt!.. Lv. 54ra11OOPS .... t5i'ar.....
the money nine or prices of other I 1. and France by opening! : her mints to -, S r' I 9 1'0-1- U 1iMdL1hwi! .Lr. I l-tIT.!7 Cbe :: rv..

forms of property including wages paid the equal reception of both metals, kept Have made arrangements to carry a full ..s19718.vi, : r.

Jqr tabu| !. ud no rise in the value ot' them parity from 1803! to 1873. ; : ,
upon supply of Ice which will be delivered to ......1-.ll 2U;; 8 :HTI; .- Lr. ....: uutioraeiiAr. S Moll, I rOP s .-.1 i ..... .
money which ia not accornpnied. or a period of 70 years. eo that during ..... .. i l.'Blj! 3 Ma: -... '.::. ..."...V..b4..Lv.132wsl25P5; : .... ... .,1.......
rather manifested by a fall in the that time 15 pounds of silver bullion all parts of town promptly; and regularly. _.:.,';:.::.::.1.I LOPS; 7 40.J= u...: Ar. ...KawOiKVina ..Lv.l 1Noto 45PJII 7 6.>U ......:'::::... .
prices of other forms of property. 'Money would exchange in the market for one 1-Va bTjunilie. :..a i- ia ,..u iiaii o 1.oub.\ik'fliuj! .. 11at1uIaa ia.a I
We will endeavor to merit your I l'-n. t.- icla 1-. rx eut SntiiUy "tlimph-ya: mrIIothqr.t.ioD.u tllj',. : iNn
and ptber fcrma of property, Locke popnd of gold bullion the world over. ,
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laid !gang years ago.: exactly counterbalance The gold men are opposed to the coin patronage. T. Vt C.r, =\.C::'
each other and if the word : stetr3core.tib.tcdrnaAt::; !-t'l r';, in -an:"'iefT>pr ing of the two metals on any ratio. A .avalollld ;\uw1:--..vmALiau-Coast uat P.eaalr.ui 'fI'lll011tll.C3.
"degrade" i. oiled this term will apply proposition to coin them cn the present I : .;3.1 :1. J.clJn.oIlS.1: cr"Lit! 'we.a J.CbOllTt.O: Gilt' Ne'. V..rk.U.'Wo. .

|a BeU Jo other forma of property aa to legal ratio of 16 to 1. or such u ratio us EMILE D. ANTHONY Manager. ; X.NI"t 43tnd lk' ,1loanl'ulnanut.rl'1ci.rrr..u.a"Ole'p'.l4lssugtwt'1'e.'sLts.ndrts.n..teaidIStiuastrvl1lcn.; ='J1alllld .c''t! ... ; ,;:aeir7, t
toiwy.. maybe prescribed by law which the ;rd1.A.iL st.'t.roe.u:51'L9fetiiPcr'Tampalo(1me .11I11 t. '
between of lt-a. 3r.:1Jre.:: S.ii tu..I.brlWt'tnJ..k..D'tlIU.h.IH Lnaioa viinatpsaevsrq. -:
The relation one quantity
I silver men would accept, they wculdBtren'uously Iii.I ll ; b 'wctn ': c.clIvill'tlr'.I"u"; T i IJoLlpotu.-rj- Lm, a v UIto VN.... : I HI
money in which values are expreSsed. oppose. pretending that the title 1:. R ; ...( U i f a J rl 9. aril o au4 lit: Louia, via Tiitcn, Atlanta, CbaUII 3 atbt u.. N
and other form of' property ia about as use of silver in our currency on an Martin aud 11 inn:..C u' a'' l.1: way. .$

I to 40 there-that{ la((1$,.0 for yin every other dollar forma in of equality with gold-in other words would, tbe Plant Stash!!! Lin-3. 5l2: $si3!: 80eita and Mawctte '

money adoption of a joint standard- Sat., Ved. and Una... .123 PJ 'Lv. ....._. Parana.*......At. I B OOU .,.."..., 3t .B4WM.
property. Conaeqnently for every dollar ruin the country, Even if this measure tG., Wed. KA Moa 7-J A::. "__... Key W M*; .......L.... BiflfJI.._.T..<, )'.... u4 ....
driven to the owners of money by in- should silver to predominate in t&t WeLt: UJI3. 9310..1 I J... K y 3.JPJI..T.I.... .a.
gape ... ._.: smpa..L ItMJP4.
tiuu Ti or Ba 't P 2.'ii J Ar. Pori M- Tharr.daa,
fressiiig its purchasing: power $40 in our currency how would that injure Established 1875, f .. .
-sT.pi! gf- rn-ecrvjiio luuu'.iuir right t wo"I in ijv: m q. if a I iaLstwti&ftuei.L i
tailing price ia taken from the ownerf nsl This is answered by the fact that the City ALiit: G-ev, U* \>\k. { Ii;:;; !STtot, 'aclaunviKu! or b,. "dined t; J

of other forma of property Ia this a the countries on the silver standard are r. U. .10LLY. Div. 1'3'''' Agent 11'. V. LU'! i\', I>|T. P_ A|..4t.T. .
win and jut policy for a young! and new the most prosperous in the world. William A. Bours & Co., 13UV.. fray I.!., ...':.Mu\o FL i, Tawper I"
which ia already f. (i. E2 rink U. r. PLAST.. B. D=:.Ti \:J. 1: \ TS.: : a ,
Yisorotta country, There is now no fall of prices or monetary t'lce ...""'cat. GeL 1kT. r.a1..S-liar.
,...... .. ....
trailing under an increasing weight countries has 176..1..5. U.II4.LT. "" '
panic in these and

of Indebtedness, and whose wealth iatttf not been for the last 23 years. Their Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers. 1Ulllilr..ted 'I"lni iy Curds to can aseutoi be ser| bred the Plant at X >byUu.rent per fleck upuiiClotN1-

jn its accumulated i.ichea, but in currency is infinitely more stable and ,

rte productive: energies policy that capital: froa gold usin:; countries is being No. 6 EAST BAY STREET -SJACKsNVILLE, FLA. -
Ii clukbing the do nca at the eipeu.seof ; rapidly transferred to them for employment. I .

the working beea of society! .' HESKT O. 'Ylu.u:: '

:TTtof canaca the fluctuation( in1 the We handle only the Best and moat KcliaMSeeilo.: \ I A complete Stock of Florida East Coast Ry. '
relation of jmoney to other forma of .

J property-in; other words in the value i AN ERROR CORRECTED., Hay. Corn_ Oats. Flour L. Bran' ,. Wheat_,. Grits-'._ _, TIME TABLE NO. I kt IN EFFECT SEPT. 10. H39. -

qf money, Until tbia ia understood we \\'ha.'o.ld llapprm If Oar !Mlrnl. Meal .
can make BO progress in our knowledge ,>h re open to Silver.; : Meal! Cotton Seed Both Bright and Dark.AT ufH |5CVTD Bead Down NOgTH: BOUND (BPaoi Vato :- #

of ibis subject.' It is net in the character It is a grave error to suppose that WHOLESALFStauAVenu at '
\ iNoTS tiI
of tlw substance ,or .material of upon tbe opening of the Americanruints Ezeuy""y STATIONS.' Daily i!

which money is made that iu purchasing all the silver bullion on the market or for Tygprt-Allen Fertilizer Co. 40op: gay Leave..... .............?. Jacksonville .. . ,. .Arrive''fjSJ Yr: 1
power: redden, but in the quantity cumin from the'mil l'l would at once .. a Iilp;10 A:rive.......................tit.Augustiue............h......... Lesvtt' ".
of Jt in circulation. As tbia quantity is -tar Braid Fertdi/er-hunnut. tI xnrly.4. Orange lie sod| Y .g ta'.iU Fcrtlliz-r\ I'uivirriuinil I 5dtp1U: Le.are............ .......... t;t.Anu.suii ....................... .Arriv. a 1' !g4aa
: descend upon us like an avalanche. Silver Ibiiir. N'lriiivNiIn, Margate. nf l''nfli.oiUtf!| Potis' Kaiut. eUlhe... KeulUimliavtnii SaTpll llia| k ....... _...... .. _.. .. Hustmsn .. .._. .. .... ... Leave 51'O'Ita
.Jncrccsed. other things remaining the standard countries are now taking : ."Ulot".] iiirin the Markrt. tad II trul will muttnue. .. .. ... ... .
Send for 1:111.".. ... t.'t.1 .... 687p115atJJjpl. aArnve -- -.k. .. 1.\" 1 il4p1111a MT .
fame )ta purchasing! power .(ula.) As substantially the who] of it and the i 1.\,. t'1"all" Arrive Th flue

this quantity diminishes its purchasing. opening:: of our mints would in no way .... Lire ... ...... .... fan lda'tQ. .. ... ... Li.avej Tais17a0s

A power rises. limit their requirements. For the goods I 1.0-:1. _. .. .. ......... raMaleo------------- Arn"-- -:.... -.. ..
A whole page of a daily newspaper which they sell in Earope and America Ocean Steamship Con pa y 8ljpll56a; ,, Leave.. .... ....... .......... ,ttoV Hilaika.Orrmnd. .._....................Le.. i' f.".
............... .. .. ..
T4.;>p,12ot.p, : ......................... Sn r119
eonldbe>> Uod with extracts from the they must be paid and paid in silver. 7 Sop lObp II.. ............. '''-''-'' Daytona. _.... ................ .. 131 IQla
\' Writings of eminent economists affirming But with tbe United States prepared to Supt1ibP' .. ................. .......PurlOrange.... ...._..... .. .... 83' ftlaite
"SAVANNAH LINE. Siflp: :' laip .. .............,.........New bmjrm+ .._................... II 1 .p 'w8.1p ..
furthermore it is attested by the et- $ bolder of silver 8/ S0) n) .............. .. ... TuuHTiUeCStyPoant. .... ..... .
an ounce no
% % .. .. .... ..... .. : ........ .. .... 11.. .
MTience of all the ages. Julius Paulas would sell it for less. England could no Florida ..:.. 3 'U :. ::.::::........::......1 0x'0II0 .:::......._........... : ". .._
tail in the third century of our era. longer buy it for 66 or 67. Every ounce ...... .......................1' Prxkiedce......................... .114..
...... .......................i. .. .
Eautiallie: . ............... II Us: ....
I "The power of money resides not so bought for shipment to India. China or To New York & And Boston.A ...... Slip.! : .............. ........,. lieibourue.: ....................... 1224p.. .".
in the ...... ....... ........... : "
mncb in the substance as quantity Japan would have to ba paid for at the .. f .. Roae and .. Ii 4Ja .
i .... ............... .......... bebahtian ll JaJ..-ro"..
this -.j
and three centuries later rats of $1.29. and evelY ounce'tholl Short Rail Ride to Savannah Thence \ ... :: 5i.-p r ..................... .' .J>t. Lucie .. II Wi5 .. ... I
saying was repeated in the pandects of purchased world help sustain the ...... Ii ........... .. .....1 Fort Pierce ......................Jbliiart..mil 10 baj...... /
Ricardo and higher 641 p.| ........... .........1. Eden .... ........................ IQtBa] /
Jiutinian. ( no aaJbortty American ratio of 16 to 1. A Short Sea Voyage. : -::- C4p j .. ............-...... ... ... Jell>'eu_..... .. ..... .. .1U f
can be quoted) said "that com: ,If this reasoning be pound it necessarily -.. .. ...........-. .. .. ,'..- ..'......"..".".. II 95ua
-tBodities. would rise or fall in price in follows that the silver dollar and Sailing from Savannah: d'p .. ........... ........... Hoi* bound ......................... .. II IC g"
.................... .
vI : IIIIp ..- West Jnpiter ?...................... 8".s,
proportion to the increase or diaiinn- the gold dollar would be of equal value 5 Ships Each Week 6 ,; 813p .". .............. .....West! Palm teach ...... IIf '.
duo of money I assume as a fact that and if we had to ship specie it could ; i .ssri ................ .....- &>nlon......::. .::.::..... t IUt'+i;
!?! | ......... ... ...:..: Ivirav. ... ... f5j ( ..
ia incontrovertible. If this is tree it make nq difference to ns which metal I 93p: .. .....................F rt Latderdale....:......".:........ r0 yII 1
matters not whether our money is wade until the whole of one or All ticket agents and hotels are sut>p1ietl with sailing schedules.! Write for general ( : ) ........ .... ......... u.mou'lty.... ...... i. .. ..: 52 .e .t.
from gold or silver. Stability in its the was other exported went abroad. Then the ratio information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call oil :. .loan.Arrive............. .. .... .. .... .. Miami... '"'' .... ..n........... I' a,
1JKT\\KKX; V t>.'.IYKX.\ AM (m.\ Cit; CITY: JUXCT1OX. .
valoa-in other words. a stable currency might be disturbed. But suppose it E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager WALTER IIA WKINS. Fla. Pass Agt..

-can only! be secured! by adjusting were? If the gold were all exported the Savannah. Ga Jacksonville FIn. ,6 10-98 No. 3No I 11 i'Lv'' ......... -.. .......... Nf STATIONS.\\ :511'I"roa.. ...... ...........Ar'12 1Nv."j;io.-4"ku5pll

Its quantity'and keeping it adjusted to silver which remained would be good 35<1'>''1121,,' .......... ....... .. I ikeHulun ................ .. ....... Iup uai
the wants of trade. Human wisdom If the silver were exported. the 4Uin Il .or' ...... ..... ......... .Oran.'e City .......... .....,........ .Lvlii., '2jp""
money. 40j ,ill 4.>a Ar .. ......._ .. .. .. OraneCi7Junction. ... .. n. .. ... ,I15a a 2 :
,algQe .fannot accowpjiplf: .this. object gold retained would be :good money. In
tiaiijbeiuOfD X'-w !"-n'yrua ant Oraagg City Junction Dail> exceptlliTW Sunday. .
'Experience tells ns that to do this we either case we would have just our distributive .The Florida Central '
and I N HIU VfcTATIOJi'S.. LI' .\ U .1\M: It !). .
most resort to "nature's treasury' share! of the world's money t *
and diver mines I 'o.li SOTtla .
make oar gpjd our and no more.Waatlna I
'Qa Lv. ..15trtscae.-. Ah] 2ip:

banks u of our b primary De. If we money use gold upon and which silver G American Blood. and Peninsular R. R. -". ....................................:......<.Minis.btt'tn... ..._.................. .............LT" u5a 112ft1I'ba

: 15..tt. ................................ .EntcrV1"j"e.. .. ............................ 1\\ *" '
all credits rwt its quantity will tyj in- The official statement! of casualties in lIu-a" Enterprise Jiuictiuar .:......... .................. i11'HlJU* .
created, and the value of the unit'or the war with Spain gives the number I Sara .... ... ... .':"aiford- .. ... .. ..... ..... *
stalls will fall and prices will rise. If killed in action among the land forces All I Gins.t.eh..a Titu.snile aDd Sanford D.n!. exceut nun, Uy e

r- we nee gold alone as primary money as 829 and in the navy 17. Tha: total in -OFFERS: KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
the volume of It. will be diminished. both arms of the service for ,the entire :

UM purchasing power of the unit'or war is therefore 846 The cost of con Ike Sean era of the Florida East Coat bteaiiibUiv Cumpauy aro' .pi>ouited to toil w tuUowtl a

dollar Will be increased and the prices quering tbe Filipinos counting in the Unexcelled Service in all directions between STEAMSHIP COCOA.SOUrHBOUXD. '
ofvothrt forma of property including lives of American citizens already approaches -

Ii& '1Q4ja141 ; labor' yvjll, falL close to that incurred in tae Florida and the other' portions of the .
41< RuBY Q. MOLEB. defeat of the Spanish armies and the Leave Miami Sno<1ay and Wednes !lays; Arrive Key West Mo&dtvs and Thur.
of dominion thn days Leave Key West Mondays and TburMlayti; Arrive Havana TUIW41111U141
extinction Spanish on
United States Canada Mexico. FruUjs. i I INORTIhOUND.
F' pr. '."U'I! War*!** Word continent Are these distant ialtuua s I.1

la it Dot strictly true that never before worth to the American people the price I
Leave Havana Tnesdnys and Fridays Arrive Key" West Tu- ...Ia and .
blood : }! Friday* (
for them the
in the history of the human race we are paying; .in '
Leave -\\ c-' Tuewla) and Frid > Arrive Ma.i.i Wt'lJu.ItYs and Saturdays.
was society menaced by a graver peril tif our fellow citizens?-Boston Post. T0 trains daily the yetr ,rOil nil fOhn'c'n .1"ck""uvillt' and New York.To I IOD Departures.from Miami[ w.ll be male soon a* possible alter arrival of train U .
than that DOW threatened by what Dr.: sailiiijt d3111.I v
of university calls capital AD Appeal to Je<< noa.Jefferson' These Time Tables show he tune at which 11'Ii1l..d boat may beexiKctedloarrtve: aihl
Small Chicago thin added Siii lh> I
19 a > during
.. | ; depart from Ike several station and pens, but lliur urnval ur dvpaitui at the times
T Can any reasonable being doubt was a man of sense! : he itiled i;\ not JttaI i anteed, nor Joes the Cumpany hold itself responsible for auy delay or oar
that the principle according to"blCh thought straight, clearly and consistently. the Totri-t SE'lQOn. tonvqtuuuea arumg therefrom. i I j'i
For copy of local time card call at 2* West Bay Street. Jacfciuimlle, or addreii -
asserts itself is at Yet we behold: men represented by
modern capital
Traffic Manager. J. U. BAH\F&. A. O. P. A.
Urn moral antipodes from the gol jen Bryan. Cleveland. Alt {eld. Tom Reed. j m St Acruarne .

rule lilt strange t that occasionally a Oincy. Senators Hoar and Morgan: all r

BuuBergrt arises wha too vehemently appealing with upturned faces to Jefferson HAH Y TRAINS P" t -ii.iiti and I heV t.. ""'---.oIIIf .

calk pictured attention sees to to the the dark neglect colors of of the the as from their which guide they and draw the their great truth.fountain UnlLIIIIIO, For Nt''. Orll"ftnl nnd :o\lInthWt'Iotnn points. NEW CROP SEEDS For Fall and Winter !

lOon cheeilal tones T Das Moines. I Jefferson like the lAagi ian's bottle ...Sowlng...
Leader I I seems to yield all sorts of stimulant Through Pullman Sleeping Cars on all Through RoutesFor
from the same words. -Milwaukee Finest stocks: of Cillrje. (Cnlifi Hoar M4 HU Cxltlpa. Journal G Mfu and \' \1< ntii cV'i x P. :'. ; Ct> tf ,. aid F'< nla Rje ; Texas 1If

Senator. Hoar baa again given some at II Florida Rust Proof Oats 11i'Write 'or t rice list.
AndVbat of America
age opinions on the Philippine fjoeaJfoB. Curl Scbnrz has ceased congratalating I. C/HtfiON Seed tre,125 Eut Bay Street JACKSOHYIUE! HA
The efforts of aandrj} newspapers never full information! apply to tny agent of the F. C. & P. ] ,
tto reply to bUn and ccsfnj bun usually America that he came to. or its connections. .
Globe-Democrat --
abase At argument they are pitiable

This does not reflect on the smartem Commendable Saggestloa. i 111' C. WR1GH. D. P. A. A. O. MrDONKLL! ; L. A. >I IIIi'M' ?

of the editors! so much aa it reflects McKinley might take Agninaldo into rot W. Street. G-n'' Pc'Tj-er Ps-'r .:
flay -\s" i \s s't Cs u. Agt.JAIKSONVSLLK. [UBSCRIBE
the lacs that lir. Hoar U right sad the the cabinet and send Alger; to the Phil I : FLOHDA. FOR THE SUN

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sf _;, 4 .THE TFOi'UJLL. FCK... WFST PA1M' liEAl'JJ, FLOBlDA.lHrBSDAl, NOV FMBFR 9'9i1* .

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plied that be would acorn ao election at r I

.lIKE ANDREW JACKSON. the hands of men who were enemies of 1.G. Moore :kT2 ry.IT'; ;: ,p Whidden's 'Matket

__ the people and publicly proclaimed that I f-
all supporters of the bank were the 1

4: Bryan Will Overthrow Pluto people's enemies and outside of the I Weaves Cover' g l /* Pi-vpcred to Supply:
Does Your ,
Democratic fold. The people StationerySuit
racy's Forces. the support of Jackson he was tri I for PINEAPPLE.NEPIUNli I JOU with er' !

umphantly elected, and the United
I --- States bank went down. I t j ,. FLORIDA. You ? Good Heals at lining i Fricts.(
THE PEOPLE BROW TIIEIR lEADBR.I The fight against the aggression and ,114-9' ....

I usurpation of plutocracy in Jackson's Fresh Pork.. F
day was a mild affair compared with Beef

.&..n. Ilaasa. sad rirlnioau Betoair tof the battle which is now on. Mr. Bryan THE BAITI1BE; TAILOES. Next to his wearing apparel there is nothing .

Km fart r Sat r Thai at Yt ralth-They has proved hilt devotion to principle and Poultry .
Work TitKrtbrr lo Keep the Public bh loyalty the people. He knows no ABE SAFRANEK &. SON; a realty neat man is to particular about as Eggs.
difference between a Belmont and a
tm Their Power-Old HleLorr'. Telalepb Ilauna He knows that they joined r MANAGERS OF the quality and appearance of Stationery.: .

lo Ue Repeated l. IUOO.i bands against the people in 1896. He The Three Friends Native Meats a specialty

Brynn'i reply to Delmont sent a thrill knows they will do it again: in 1900 And in very truth, it does proclaim his, bus"

of American In his mind's eye he sees a sumptncns Tailoring Company. i*
through true
every iness as a neat fitting j and stjIUu suit of l .
feast, the banquet ball bedecked witbflo'el'll.
t j
heart Party lines cannot limit the rev : ,
tbe air filled with the drain'
s mace in the human heart: for deeds or' of beautiful music the tables groaning : SUITS AND PINTS WADE TO ORDER clothes proclaiwe'ibe' man. 11.12 WK=,'r 1-Al.V HKACH.ProjrU .
totality, Troth spoken uitb courage is under their load of edibles and Mines: <* '

su tit me w itti the voice of God that be sees' the walls decorated with the '

i V against iU inSnem-e none in immune. portraits of Jefferson and Jackson and Cleaning, Prepsinj: and RepairingA It will. if it is *- West i E- 'II. UUII( l'.
The a:; ,;Lctu u.v.ich; msn bears likeBew draped with the inspiring folds of the tot

: to his Maker are the essence of the stars and stripes: he sees Belmont and Specialty.FIT furnished you by" '. ', = '
:. ;"'- '
oal and are invnlnerable. The wealth Croker at the bead of tbe table but I AND WORKMANSHIP GOARANTEED Palm :
end in the Democratic I -
prodccers taxpa)era underneath it all he bears the serpent's

party in IbbO arose in their might :isa. In devotion to the welfare of the WEST PALM 15EACH, FLA. the right kiiul of a house present a nice appearance Beach .
and rescued the party from the control people in loyalty to tbe conviction of

of the money changers and usurers. iuty. in courage: to stind for the right and make a god. impression, which

They turned down old party leaders jnd against the wrong;: Bryan is another I Drug
Mho had bowed the knee to Baal and Jackson.: Plutocracy in IbOO taught the!: Clematis Avenue would not he. the. case if you used shoddy ....

commissioned Mr. Bryan as color bearer people the power of combination We that Store j
; for the people in their struggle to paper was poorly printed.
redeem thank them for thtir example. The Supply Store-:: ,

the country from the blight of people now,know their leader and will Now while speaking of. houses that are and Royal Poinclaiia Ptarfr.acy
gold contraction and monopoly. His follow him to victory in 180J.-Atlanta .
::-Mte t Palm Beach Florida,
t Rlllant leadership in the campaign of ; Constitution "riJ.btn''e must not: fail to MentionThe
1896 made him in an pecial degree J. D. MA THIS hopmtor. .. DFArgpiiNDrugs ,,
the perscuifiuitiou! of the is nfs involved -
LOW PRICES. \Scccur Br... M PakeryudGr.ceryt.: ) ,
VVV memorable L
in that : campaign::

On the olbir band. Terry Delmont is What the Farmer Lost Last fear Be- \Iv Motti--''(Juitk! Salm and Small ,ProliW, Toilet Articles

tba'rerrstctative and embodiment ofaU .,cu." ot ihi GoU EiundjiU.A Bakery Goods and -- ,
that is inimical to republican insti- I

tn i it>na and odious to Auitricun freemen -, Paris: letter xirrespondent to the editor writes of The the Mia-following Family Groceries Fine Stationery and

Tte banking;; bonseof August Bel- Democrat and Journal
moat & Co. of which he it a member si3ilippi, Valley .....MY Specialty.Goods .
baa been from itsfcnudaticn the American of AgricultureCould Tropical Druggist $Sundries.
there be any stronger proof delivered free to any pan '
A c cnty and representative of the that the quantity of redemption money of tbe City or across the Lake.
RotbschiUs. the acknowledged: ;; bead of AU Orders Given I'rrw'riptionst'nrehillr
fixes priced than has been shown by Prompt Attention. COWIXUluJPd

A worlduiJa, diabolical money Dud trust-the most the prices paid by Europe for oar crop Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest East Coast Rutfinti :' powerful deadly agencyof of wheat grown in lb98V! We see that prices paid for country produce.Buy Suo" a
evil that human avarice and greed : PALM 1 IIKAI'H. H.IIMMI.
have already extorted: of that
we : crop
have evolved of mr mid I *il! save Y<>II mix e.V. 6t.,: .
yet up to this date 14o.UOO.000; ) bushels .
The class of which Mr. Belmont is a .
more than to same date lust -- .
np year.
type have nothing in common with 63 Now, this wheat was bought for actual Geo. S. Hacker & Son
Which well merited for
per cea: of the American peopla Theyare consumption and because it is neededto Mathushek Pianos eijo)8 a reputation

neither Republicans nor Democrat feed the people on this side of the''
furnishing high-grade work. THE SUN! has
They are a self constituted plutocracy, Are i intm** With A: Name
ocean for we know that at this time
with iUmeinberbbip divided among the' actual famine exists in Ra ia causedby Pianns That Have A Reputatio the bed eijuipp d Job (nice along the East .4
political organization to the end that the failure of the wheat crop in a second to iione. They are the

It may control the conventions of all portion of that country last year > ktnii that have stood the test of I Coast and is letter prepared now than e'ef' :

When only candidates acceptable to Europe bays our wheat because she time an have saLilltitd the most
this claw are placed in nomination by actually needs it and it Ii very seldom critical musicians in before to meet all requirements of the
either party, they contribute campaign every wny.
that of whet is carried
a large surplus
Bat when, in 1889. '1 trade in that line.
gnats to beth as over in the \\or1.1. We were told by thegcld'ongs They Are Not ,

one of the political parties tears itself ; in Ib90 that the low pricewas old style pianos that have been se.

K from their grasp they mass their money caused by oversnrrly, bat we rented for years and then offer- .
and their vote in favor of the party WorkIs
leaders found in the fault jeir of IbQT that V cd tee "grsat bargains," nor are ,
whose candidates and are pledged -
the of IbUt/! had been: eaten
crop up.
tu do their bidding they "cheap, low-grade1'piauoa the kind THE SUN does,
'nd tut fur the fait that silver: bad
Tblft data cannot perpetuate its rule made to sell "at half price. MANUFACTURERS OF
eea demonetized in lb2: and one-half
IB this country through!: the medium of the redemption niocey d>tioj
one party because with the i&>ne farmers wcul.i haveralized from $1.511 and every part is made in the and the only kind. We have found throughan
between their interest -
IqnarE'lll'rfllEDted to $1..5 pet Lnrhe fur tltir crop Mathusbek Blinds
and that of the people the triumph what in trae of wheat applies with Factory, experience extending over a number: ofyears MouldingsAND ,'
of the people must speedily follow which is! a guarantee.' that it will I
final force lj cotton iiuilallof oar agri V -
They understand this well They )know } .last a lifetime.. that it, pays to do this, for when you
.' lt r.rall'w.ult.1. act these i isuodo'ibt r .

they will election be vanquished if they in do the not comingRational secure .>r g lug luhind tie fact t'jst the ores Why Take Chances once get a customer* he will stick knowing Building Material,

-control cf the Democratic and I *_t Liw paces! trc cau.>ftl by the Hher on cheap piano WhfDhe Od! I CHARLESTON, S, c.6.fIJr .
party nun crime c* lb,3 Tnt tan la.mtity HD| R.liahlt'| | h1.huhek can be that what is done for him will be done lUG liT,
prevent the i*>oe from again being .1 re'leii.ptiou money fixes! prices is a Largest Factory South.
qdately made as ittall in 16tti) bought at prices and' terms lo Send for Prices.
::act ts ctrt-iu: as tb-.t the needle in the and in a manner that will be both pleasing
! Therefore they have entered upon a suit j'on? There are more than
'cuipLts i-.isvy\s j-uiutb to the north I .
campaign; for harmony in the Democratic Uon=y ia not the valse fcr which ;goods 15,000 Malhushelv Pianos ia and attractive.. I --

party They must establish harmony :rj i-icbuu.)td. bat the mea.are by. the South. "You Should Have The Dade County State hark r
s in the Dc'uijtiatic party or meet ,
;uicii! they are exchanged One
their Waterlxv They realize this and a R. o Gtuuine; Mulhu liek Pianos West Mm Beach, Florida.
ire desperista By Democratic harmony And that's the
they mean that the only way the Democrat atipKonSfe r."ta; :Might Have Been. i re only Mild byLUD1IEX

can avcid their enmity and op- We are glad to Leer that Admiral A; BATES'S. M II. Authorized Capital $100,000.Paid .

pobiticn Is ty bumble submission: to ;auip cu visited Kacti:.go in the course Fred Kahit, Maunder: : : Cheapest after all.Even '

Jhdr role by denying the Chicago >f bib recent triumphal' progress' ; with the 29 Et Hay Si., .Uckt-oMille, Fla Up Capital, $15,000.

platform and returning as penitents to DLith:: Atlantic squadron It is a little
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class I* as old as the human race. The kept at tea in command of a fleet when To be able to send else E. N. DIIIICK, President.U. .
Rent bv the Hour or Day. though you might
straggle of mankind for liberty baa officers snptrior to him in rank are kept D. HENDKimON, Vice-Prftldeat.

been against their usurpations in one Abhor- on waiting orders But it is a ONhY NEW BICYCLES IN TOWN. where for your Stationery and save possiblya GEO. L. BRAM NING. Cashier.
form, or another throughout: the ages comfort to kuow that Sampson baa beento

During! his first term as president of Santiago and has 'made a carefulpersonal .Vest Door North Tropical Sun BlockW. few cents on an order amounting to several r Office Hours From 9 a. m. to a p. m.CEAEIRIBankiag8usinasTlansscted.

the United States Andrew Jackson discovered l inspection of those fortifica- R. MITCHELL, I V
that the United States bank ticns: and batteries: which last summer Proprietor. dollar, remember that time is consumed and &

was eiirdiiin; despotic power ever the tilled him with such respectful J
\business and industrial clause, that Now that he has eeen apprebension them delays occasioned in doing so, and that if j Collectlmi proiu|>th remitted,on: day ..f [
rm'lpt. Dr.atebnoght and sold OB the prtD- t
thronjb the control of the circulating and measured thtir real importance.
mistaken should occur, you will have more or ripaleitleaadtheCoitedStatas. 4-2V-87
all classes and interests ,
medium were how bitterly be most reproach the tim- J

subordinated by and rendered enbmis- crone imagination which kept him from less trouble in getting them rcciiGel.
ire and subservient to an arrogant
doing bomethiiig to earn that mysteri- .t
tank directory Tbd bank held a charter one and still unexplained promotion! I Anadvertisement
from the United States which conferred Washington PlJtlOptlulbtle SUBSCRIBEFOR

upon it the txcn.uu of functions The Sun Guarantees .

which the conetitntun vests in congress War I tterunces.When :
and which until after human
a general m the Philippinesfalls t
t suitnre undergoes a radical change cannot short of victories to report, he always "."...
be intrusted to individuals or cur- "
fills the in
gap by saying his dis-
porations without resulting in the exploitation '.
patches. Troops in excellent spirits. inTHE
and of the and !
plunder people When a naval commander baa blown to is right here at home where it stands
the subversion of liberty
btiiithereins. as many harmless native I
The charter of the bank was about toexpire. ready at all times and under all circumstancesto '
villages as: his long range guns can ,
and Jackson vetoed bill to > SUN
a re-
reach. he sends us word that "tbe situ-
new its charter and extend ita life ation is now improving" and when fulfill its contracts to the letter. It you
President Jacksuu'a veto message was : f
the war department gets news from the
sent to congress July 10. 1832 The national are not satisfied with work you may haveI. will
front that it doesn't like it venturesthe \
election to choose his successors
office was to take place in the follow confident assurance" that "the A gotten. elsewhere and wish a change in the
worst is now over These are 4
easy ,
Kovember It will be remembered r
that up to that time presidential candidates sons Springfield in optimism iMass.) Republican.for Mugwumps I. style or grade of your Stationery, I bring remitsand

were not nominated in national

conventions bat by a congressional I
GraUr}In;;, but Ominous. .
in trial order
canon foiQptwcd of the con rt-baEjcn: a will .
Our of .
exports agricultural implements ,
and senators cf each party The power -rfcr-a*.. t
vf tie bus J wlI'rut once brought; to to Argentina in the past eight ] for anything you may needin .. 1
months f
as compared with the
bear to defeat the riuooiination of corre
Jac.sanbytbeDamoraticparty.: Meet- spending eight mouths of the precedingyear bring 'em'quick.Jjst .

ia<* of fiiumtrtial bodies were held I jumped ahead nearly fivefold the office counting room-Letter Heads
This is at or ,
once gratifying and ominous.
in the principal( cities of the country

and Jackson was denounced as a demagngor .I While we are glad to sell the plows and Note Heads, Statements Tags, Envelopes, try it. :
mewing machines we must to R. :
and> ns nn enemy of weaL lieu I expect MITCHELL, ; t
who bad been prominent in the counsels meet a stiffer competition: in the grain Shoe Card, Bill Heads, Hills of Lading, Counter --.Jj< ,
of MM Democratic party were severe in markets of the world front the Argentina Repairing Neatly Done Har -
their denunciation of Jackson Jacksonin farmers who use them.-Philadelphia ness Sewed and Repaired. Pads, Circulars, Dodgers, Hand Bills, PaUllhll.'t'l -- ---- -

turn denied: that these men were Record. Out-of-town customers mil receive GEO. H. MALTBY .
or in fact anything thatyou may want ,
Democrats and attei'tiou.
called upon all true promt Shop on Olive Street,
Democrats to repudiate them and tern Fool Roan aud Incompetent. next door north of TROPICAL Suv Build. PRINTING Vy -DEALER: IS-
in the line of
The more the American bear 'lag
them out of the party councils people 8-18 i4
The people took: up the febt. Thelegislature about General Eagan the less they thinkof Household
of Tennessee led off by re- hint He seams now to have been at - ---- i Office r ur! stare

voraioatiiig Jackson for the presidency interval both a fool and a knave, bu Brelsford Bros And will

I Its action was followed by the legislatures ntvtr a competent bureau chief.-Bnf- i we
falo Conner

national in convention ether states the and first finally in our a Real Estate and Insurance, I I Funeral SuppliesA

history act in tba city of Baltimore to Won't Thluk Much of Him. PALM please you==sure.
pn'laiut Jackson the candidate of theDroxrratir History will now-proceed to forget

w party The bank and the the man wbo presented the American Public. SPECIALTY.:
COL.uienial cLwsae who were dominated people with a Fourth of July victory; Notary Cottages to Rem

bj tile bank continued the fight with which he didn't win. Meuiphu Coin Pnstoffiiv RuiMliiK Xorth of ;iM.-f 1f! j.-w.t. West Palm
Crerred bitltYawr Old Hickory re- mercial Appeal 6-1-V7 Polnclaus IlnfeL Beach, Fla.

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B. M. POTTER I City Directory. f

I.ple For the Week Becl.as Brey I fir Far the \7prk Brplaclns Nov t -

OFFICERS.- LESSON-VII; FOURTH QUARTER,INTER 12-Com urn t bjr Rev. S. H. Doyle.: 1::. "The Llvlnc Brrnd" T.-lt.

I Joha ,J. at-3i...
'fOPIC.-Tbe Living Bread-John n, 2635.Christ ( :

CEO.S. AD MS Clerk,A5K5Iioraud Treasurer was often wont to use types is
"The bread of God He which -
_.. .._ Marshal and figures to illustrate His characterand cometh
Text of the Le io \h. lYe 1.1$ down from heaven and givetb life

Hay Grain Feed Fertilizers BOARD OF ALDERMEN. Memory Verses, IS-18- .oe. Text: His work. This was particularlythe unto the world."

r.r O.W. H uTTER_"........ ...... President Msth. nvt. 41 Cora=i '>ct2r7 frebr case when men misunderstood or I Hunger end thirst are the sigrals of t

...._ ... failed to understand Him and His mis-
JOHN B.BE VCH. WILLWHIDUEN pared the KPT. D. M, Steams.Copy'r'wbt. homily need and are runt imreriocs intheir
'NOT LESS THAN SACK LOTS.) I J A. UKKJIAN_GEO. U BUANNI.NV. sion. To Thomas who had failed to i.
( WJ9. by D. M. Stearns.) demands. Continually the wants
CARL SCHKtBNICK.: -J. C. LAUTHER grasp Christ's m :!l; on. He illustratedit
The topic of this lessen u "The Rebuilding "* must lies-uprlierl Great Dge in choice .
I ouucil meeliug oil the ut,and jd TutvUy In by baying "I am the way. To those t
each mouth at of the Walls of Jeru.saU-m" mil of foods is poBsible. bat none can do
7jop. u. who falsely thought that the blessings
f Cicsi PrIces for Cash. Terms Strictly Cash requites a study of chapters ii-vi. Wluv He was to bring men temporal and I without food of some kind. Yet this is

..- the people uf Uud ate out au hou..r to not the most urgent demand df human
carnal He here describes Himself the
Hun walking! worthy of Liu, t.. as
() are areproach nature. It is a law of oar make up
true Bread. the living Bread from heaven. -
to Him. Nehentiah'felt that
OIIICIIII 'ALii' BLOCK West Palm Peach Fl County Directory the con.i'tii of things at Jerusalem; WOH He was not to feed the body by 'from which escape is impassible that '
(WvthMM I* W m t lad height Depot. "man shall not live by bread filers bat
a reproach to God Iii, 17: v. \>), auil his desire multiplying: loaves: and: tLhes. but was
word which tat of !
_. -.- COUNT was to take away this reproach. to sutiaTy tie; lucgingb;; of the soul by I by every procet-detb .
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the mouth of God.
7, 8. "They wore very coot!. told conspired Himself. What He means by Himself .
\. E. nEY Ut ... County JnJge j Starvation with all its dart
1I1I01! .lerulSo1... and attt't"t
New to light ; : l a to
Goods-Winter and Fabrics as Bread if life is simply that &s { t'
Styles ', : .. ...
t.l. llUI8Y Circiiin ourt Clfcrk hinder it." '!"hLoiil,. the attitude amicoiidact miseries and horrors is cot the most E

our R TA" LOR._".l'ro ecutiiig AttorneyC. of the ,> .-tot..< of G.M|. a bo were bread food is necessary to the physicallife dreadful fate which overtake
can i man. I
COM*:J IX EVERY DAT AT TUB J. CHILI(.INGW.ItTH.__ Sheriff and is:: able to satisfy and sustain i
? jrievt-U thet Should
i'S" Hliayl.v one
: any kind. The deep 2.t pain possible is twlhunger
:M E.URUBKH ... _...Tai Assessor seek; t welfare of the thiidn fir Is.ael tLj physical life. so Lie u nects&ry to +t

HONEST PROFIT HOUSE I. ANTHONY .......... .. .Tax Collector chapter ii, 10). The old serpent % !UuMngkt the life of the soil able to satiny; its and destitution of spint Lcu i

fc. U. DIMUu__ .. .... ____1'ftllburer .- to mar the work of God iu Eden cravings and able to sustain it forever. can live long on coarsest fare and vanty [
WILL II. RUSSELL,Supervi&v of Registration I rations. Men will keep lot:g and jnn- t
is ever the iUn'e.rnte'I"I1Y of Owl and Note-
Our Lady i'atroni inviUtl In call and inspect our t'Wl'aL..ID.
are A.NKi-Y.NbHEK.N: ....,.. ...._ Suneyor nun and vrill t-xctt.liJaaelf to th.> utmost 1. The philosophy of bread in its relation .tary fasts in the midst of plenty when ) *.
an.l l in Fa'l and Winter G urdp.
rsllalrF < / T.MKUlflTT..._ ......
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. for the tI"iy ..t U,,il. Iu these chapters is The Sod starvation cone; n illln lyendures. !
I :: iudinpatable. man who ceases to
. W _._ I we see.many cf mol wiles auJ ::I1Y learuNVheiniah. j Better death Instinctively
I'lTTs. hairiuau Luke North
? eat soon ceases to liva. Bat how bread thetas
hp from comfort uf J.horsh.how all shrink table
from .
LAiMIAUT.' _.. ._ '..PalmUeMbJ sustains; : the life cannot be explained.We :a ere
" .i HI ll">\h.:. ...? ."...Cocoanut Grove to .tand usuust them (Eiih. fi, IlL horror of a hopeless future tS tonfortless .
follow the in
food its
D Novem' changesin
JRKHARDr e ,1899. may
R. E. MeUOXALD. .......,___....-..._ O.'u 9. "Nevi-rtheU-Nh mad.' our prayer existence.To ; .

e "If I had a Anew g W. \', KCalllNG._......................." Neptune unto or.r God uud ut U \\cub a.ia.t; tu2 human system bat jnst when or satisfy the heart craving for hspiness -
That "on 111 ii'tirotttiulil them day and nUtt. NeLeuiL \.Iif a jut how the food we eat becomes our ?
I him? oh. oh, loffliiiieau nets milt in regular session ontae in existence the strangest f-::del
u alloy| no no man of G'Mlllud the"ore; a m..n of p ay- life no scientist; can explain. We know
I d tlvr! him Out Bret :'luul.&y iu cash montli.
wane! ?r chapters i L 4: ii. 4)) hut. while hla and wildest delusions h'e been .lcr-
And wenWh....!r the fact. bet: the philosophy of it is un
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE .;trNlh: was iu (kJ and his v.hile r -H.n known. Nor tell ished when tha tree end rational have L
g how Christ
,.......'.qulitt aid! hBiH nrH...-U tlic ithm? il.iircm-l Why ilo tie print It.! aEJlka.VROM IUDK COl'NTT.K .'. ,' atom llic>, he laud:! ui.t t. UMth? can we been lost out of the life.
. hat ,,' "s.41 satisfies and sustains; the life of the
as.- wait to liu mui p wt
+ e | nHin| yuu
X. I IMICK. P:ilm each..Scnator: n-ans within his reach. Our Ixir.l taaa: ; it That which attracts in Jesus Christis

K.S :MORSE. :llilllIIl."?..._ .ptfrotative Irs dibfiplc to watch a* mil as p.ayMaik soaL This fact has led many to refuse tho deep wonder of Ills mat hlees insight
of Finest Quality.OUR \:
HAY GRAIN & FEED to accept Christ Bat such a course is
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. I ; sir. US::). In Ki>h. vi. 11. 13 noire into the mor-Ily tight and tr.!('.
taijrLt: that the whole armor of G 1'RU'E ALWAYS THE PEKlNTEWPbKT OF fCBLIC INSTRUCTION, He speaks end va are surprised tt the
abL to eat food because he does not
is that \\e may be tJ
Z T. M RRITT_. ______..Lemon City marvelous of His
:: simplicity statemenu
LOWEST PRICE RULING .t-.ud canst the evil cw. As we saw in know how the food becomes: his life.

xenBb.uo of bfuouL BOAKD. !'a.t lesson I N.tc'ah.trengt erred him'If We know that Christ does sustain spiritual Life seems vrondrorsly! Inmi-
.1, W J.\lK; ON ..
U trtrl arrest a Ith straight! .lntwirinclpleii.OCtt I'UU'E K THE SVME ,' _liairman.: toooanutOroveK. >, in God by Hs! word Then he i n- mouse and what before was impenetrablydark
life. Without Him the soul languishes
KING___ ._ .._ -
J. ..
TU fcVCItl ISO IU hill nr man, princeor pauper can buy at ? Jupiter ,uuragd the ptole by idling them of becomes clear. We see :.11 so r
Ibb more with vqunl l rontttlrnre.L. .\. W.GARNET T...M.....".."__........H)poluxo and die!!. How He becomes our OlteDty
:b. hand of Clod IpaU hhu! tii.! 17. 1$). an! and wonder that we ever wcra rer-
Bread of life need not about.
ui |)riits.. Levlte'; rulers. guJO:iiths.pcihtra we worry plexed. The god K-avrhere befcroit j
-- .. so long at we know that He does satisfy
W. '
BURKHARDT, Finest Gratia : :i,-s. merchants and dl.\! wotsi.-a ill helplessly groped. We know hn before j
.. our spiritual longings. }
went to orU.endi repairing over a : .i:1st.h
Store Phone No. a. Residence 'Phone No. 3. 'ir own bums,. and MI half the will waiil.iliKd I 2. Bread in ill application to life. we could only doubt and questionand
State sunni
DIrectory for the pt-ople' had a rain to 1. Bread to sustain life mast be eat-
hOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOFine oak i'.l ,. d Ci. Theioudt't" of cl! sera is Jests tfNazatetb
; tihai tpr :: iv. I j en. We must actually partake of food
10. \0,1 Judah said We are not ableto Search all centuries; and every '
I before it can become oar life. The merepo& .
EXECUTIVE DEIAIt.1'flIE/v1. It is bad : land. and will find other :
build the wall. enough to you no one
'8sioa of the richest abundance offord
W. i>. BLoxlUM .. ...Governor have t-ui-uiies outside to contend: with. I like Him. He mass EU guv-s&es. hazards
I ACa041sIDf9frCOQ'i11RIbb0iFtTHYriltl y3av0.71y.rOS4176) 9di'a_ JS.,. L. Wt'Ulm..s.cn'ary; olStau but when these who c:e within the fc-M-I I : will nut keep ns alive unless' we no theories and gives co cause of argue i

.\ M. H. UKY-VOLI: .... the disttmra Hl it m.ikes! partake of the food. The 5.000 had to
.UWI .ComptrollerJAMS' or bon pot ;:\ : meat He just announces facts sal wo
r& itpv POULTRY Good Layer3AND B. ".IIITFIELDTreasuitl matters more dcut.! In chapter iii. 3 actually eat of the loaves and fishes bee test and find them true. We trust our

WM.: B.LAM: A R" ..A&l.orneyGenl'ra'. ve read that the nobles" cf the Teko.te: fora they were satisfied and filled. So
selves to His directionu and find
w. -N. Sll I.tTS ....Mipt. 1'ulihe Instruction l pat not their u''l'to the work of the Christ must be actually partaken of before losesWe

I.. B.WUM"WlLL.1.10.. Agrh-ultutf Lrd. but here is a Ir.idiir; tiibc. the utCiom > he can sustain tho spiritual life obey His commands and lira satisfied

PAYS Tcble Fowls i'ATUICK ..IIUCITUS..JUI&o': GeneralW which oar 1.01..1 ('awl'llIl'h.'ii.I 141. within ns. It is .not enough that God in soul

H. MILTON JR.. Surveyor-Cenerat talking of much rubbish uud mi stvu:;lh has provided the living Bread. We All other expedients: fail to fiT a 'set
Are u easily kept u mongrel tlock.Orer OU-ccit at Tallahaeeec, Florida.U. tor the work If Ncheiuiah had not: been tIed assurance to our nsturcs.: Tho book

JO breeds to Mock O -- .t\d: !: upon Jl'htt"h Iii, '''0)). he rui;; t mast partake of it. we mast actually of Ecclofeiastcs given us the picture
S. SENATORS. Christ and feed Him
Yea lacfMM yang yield ottfft and jet Aster prices on the market bur your fowl** gI have been sorely discouia;:t-d. accept upon by a man seeking soul fullness. He Iris a
J. R. TAUA..ERRO..Jacklioo\"JII. 11. 12. Not only did the adverxaf.cs: faith. 2. Bread to sustain life must be
I Ctftbjuc Deicribiog all the 6:4 B-eti Fre
UpjQ Application. 8 all worldly possibilities and finds.iu
S.R.M.iLORI.. ...... _.I'eullileolfl eaten The
r threatening that they xvodj constantly. craving once
Rar 4a..l Wail Hvm.wth. .kka Wh'nd! : Ujlden Wyann.rtts. White.Rr.wnas411.a keep ca..cthe them only starvation of moral imputeand
Leo cburai IJuI U,.;.hi'.<, lit ic< I.m .-U aft, DUck Mnu.icicaii, Light aaJ DlIIr.lllIAUt ; U. S. CONGRESSMEN.ttuBT work to case: but the Jewsu>> satisfied, soon returns and must be sat-

,..( *.. Umb.llljIC'rlall'cill; Uaciartes. :.,etc.kathai i ". D.\ IS. ......... .. PalatUS. dwelt by them became tiled with! fears.Jtutravt isfied again. So we muot: ba in constant powers. Jesus feeds every eacrsy

Or.wi. Ardhuted Fo",'". THE GRIr&NG i BROS, CO, M. SPAl:KMAN..._. ..... ... .., Taui|. Isa. xli. (L "Tb"*' Lflineve.y! communion with Christ if he is to sustain for good and fills to utmost eatisfactkn
one his neighbor' tnd e\ / um' sail I this -. every appetency for happiness and right
eggs ear HatgWg a SpedaltJ. Ha. SUPREME COURT j&OGl.S. our spiritaal; A Sabbath Well does lie
. )Jacksonville brother. Be of g.xj.1 courage. Iu tie tray: :

:M. MARRY................... CUcfJnstu. story ">f Gideon fall the 11'lIIIIfho nee colmunionA' I Christ, a quarterly "I am tho broad: of life."

R.CARTER .... .... Aso.wiate Joatu. tearful cud afraid were tent kiniv communion'. Christ will not suffice He is the miracle of otnhocd. the

-- .: f r A"I.Ult........ ....... tJ ud.'t'I"ii.. 2)). The Lord wants IibMople -daily, hourly momentarily, we sign of the ages the wonder of tV. '

A' R. CO A/il//SSIONENS. { to be utroug; and of iood ivurnjrUosh. ; should be in close touch and communion world the prophecy of a future existence

;THE E24RMANHSYSE II. f.:. D''. Chal man ............. ..?.Gainesville L (I. i. '.); II a It. ii. 4)) wth; CbvLt the living Bread. Let UI1kfJt'o divinely human.
.1. ._.. 13. 14. "Be not ye afraid of thtmi. l'.t'- ia con.,ant communion with
.. I. M"kCAN. ?... ? ?.?....??..?..Ja.I>el. "
II now open for Winter Travel. J. M. BRYAN....... ? ._........_.._...KUaniraet member the l..ord. lie appointed! tieper'ple : Christ by prayer by daily study of His Wealeyaa Method

BEST Of ACCO nIOD.\TIO .-TABLE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS JOHN L. NKKLKY.: JK. n..rk._. _...Ar"'jilLHeadquarter to their places fully araiod and word and by a constant indwelling of PresIert.The .
them with such words annual
conference of \i
encouraged as tbo ere
and offices of the Bard at Ts.Inha.see. the Holy Ghont that He may be the
Bath in Connection.Rrttw -
these. In It.a. Ii, 12. 13 iIr.nu the leyan Methodists in Enghnd wt held
Bread of Life to sonk
IUitMiuiilile. Short |IJjl'itlt/lI't' from tin (Dejiot.AddreM Words, "Afraid; of a team auJ furcettfttthe oar last July in City Road chapel. London.
Lord thy !!aker." And ia I !td, Bible R"H !nEx.. xvi. 4-15:
> Rev. Frederick W.
Mrs. S. E. BARMAN .WEST PALM 1 UKAI .11 PLA. -.- MacDonald one of
3, "Ik-hold God 1 is cy salvation; 1 till Deut viii. 1-3; Isa. lv 1-7; Math. iv.
the ablest and most known
trust ad nut be afraid." It we are 1-4; v. 6; vi. 11 ; vii. 7-12; xxvi. 26- widely iron

General afraid. we are for?l.ltlo'.t God I1D.1lot 28; John vi. 47-51 ; ui. 14-17; I Cor.x.16. of the body was elected president This

Directory. listing in Him. Whl'nf" rely upon .

THE TRAVELERS Ilim, we cannot be afraid. The weapons

COlt CALENDAR.Seventh of our warfare are not carual.: nul swords The Cheerful Faee. P\

and spears and pews, bat might: through Next to the bnuligLt of heaven is the

NEW MANAGEMENT: \,- ( Circuit.) God to the pulling down of strongholds;: cheerful face. There is uo il taking it

M ... JONES ., .. ....... .rtll.Ult..IUlltlJ (II Cor. x. 4)). We have tlu- bhitld! of The bright eye the unclouded brow l F

FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville Ha. U. liU Ga ..??... State'*Attorn.SPUINi .. .faith, the helmet of Mihatiou and the the sunny smile, all tell cf that which ,14

.... : TF.KM.K sword of the Spirit IE"II."i.. iO 17)).
--- ------- ----- dwells within. Who has not felt its
.ra ('OliO'). M Monday IB March. 1;;). "(;0.1 brought their counsel to
Electric Lights Electric Bells, laths, Complete beivice. electrifying influence One glance at
.iro 11,50 ftl naught We returned all of ut,> the

Hotel in Florida. Late. u 4tb" wall. every one unto his work." The this:: faca lifts r.s out of the mists and W'w
The Best $2.00 day
per Viilnsta id Aiiril.Br Lord hriiigeth the cocusil of the heathen shadows iiito the beautiful realms of k w

Tate car at the ('Dluu l>tpot and a>
, Dade I.t Mcmilav aft- r 4th Mon- IIt'ol.le| of none ,Iff....... The 1'flllll"cI of the will keep ever thing warm and Wv

lay in April) L.rd htaudi-th forever the thoughts! of light withiu It may be a very plain
FAM.TERM. His heart to all generations 11'1i. xxx.li;; ,
taco bet is! ro U something in it we
I $" i IMI.1.| .(Vuiuy, :MI Monday I in. October IU 11)). See also Ka. xiv. :.M; khi, 10. feel but cannot: express: and its cheery & \e
Ornnge 3fl Hi. "Wliilv I lUlInuliht; iu the work 4
smile send the blood
dancing: throughthe
lake 4th others held the wt.stau.. icady for an
GIE $ G. STROH1W veins for joy. There is a wordof
V..liiBli *4 l Nov. emergency. Although! not vuLten ia very .
: $ IIrl'fllrll" tth w S.iiptuiv U Striptarally; true tat! bleed nu0iC in the on cheerful

S _rIL DEALER IN Sa_. let M'..i.lav after the 4th Mon- l They also serve \%h" oi.iy stand KLd a"sit.: free, and \:,. v.-ouH Lot exchange: it for
day in N"\"l'wller. And it U written that. ".\Ii LU part is all the bo7.11-'ss beauty that ever graced
rol"r SIGNAL SERVICE DEfJ.I 'that gieth down to the battle, so s'ull' the fairJ..t form on tal'th.St. Xavier's
: Staple and Fancy Groceries his part lo that tanieth by the ..:u!;- MontLly
: w. U..NK ....?.. Observer '
they shall part alike (II S.-.iu. xsx :4)I. -
olMTTatory at
Jupiter Inlet 17. "With one of his hands w.uiilt! iu ChcrcSea In SUU ner.

Grain and all Food Supplies. rOJl'T 1IGIlTlOUSE SERVICE. the work aud with the other baud hi id The time i* rapidly coming when

l.i/lit HniiN at Jupiter Inlet. :weapou.." Thus did the b'.j'J.l.TN: : U-.J Atu"rican Protestants will have to ct.ll

A"ES A. ARMOUR. .. ...............Keeper the harden !bearei as they wrought in a halt to tee cu;om of closing townclrarches

-.- J A. WlLI.S .......... _._ ". UtAUtftnlB tLc work and were uot teirillcj L.v their iu the sumtaor Tho cessation GNP rIEDgr.'CS.WIMACiONALD.

>NJ tl'.:LLS. ... .... id Assistant adversaries (1'hil. i. 2::l.. Like Da\M.: position he holds for the currrnt yesr.j .
of church vrorj: in the is
bummer accomtable -
OOUNTR PRODUCE they prepared with all their might auJ This dcnoiLiuution hall
U. A. LAND OFFICE.II j no bishops, bet
fur a large proportion II
the work ti very
set their aitectiou to ( Crou. I
AI.ay Pruh Kept I. S'odl.: !CHUBB. _..._. .._. ... _?. _..Jtt"rUllt"rIftj. Isis :;. S). Lake Hexekiab. they did it of the peg]-vt of the Sabbath aiaocg 1 the ties bnpcrintcnuout has 1U&nyof tic dn-
usually bc'loning their :
._ to ofuce.
Solicited. at 1.i"ptI'ill.. H"fI"a. with all their hart and pnasixued (ICrou. fLriaiian; pi' >r 1You cannot intermit
Your Patronage In
particulars the
ixsi. \\hentheeneui) )' sought! public won.hij. for two mouths and then mary Wesleyan!

West Palm l3eaob fla. to tuticr Nchetaiuh away, seeuiiugly for sustain: it nith enthn.iadm; the ret of cccacction) of England is different from
4-u the Methodist i church of .
Episcopal tb
a coufctcuce. but renlly: to d.' !lira haiku the y tir: The number of people who go ,
he was led to send thcui this WUII!. "'I aai out of town in the summer is grossly rutted State The real rower rc..t. :n

doing a :great work so that I <.ami"t [: the hands of a buudred of the t.' ,'r
rated. aud thc who do I
05 i. come down Four tines they seut u.it men elected to position in the "k gal
not all at the tiiue.-WatchCccfldenee -
him after this sort but he always auhwcrtd away hundred." as it is called by the whole

after the same manner chapter man. body of the preachcTi Tt'SP.buM! the
vi. 3. 41.) Read the whole of charter viand \
lo God. annual sessions and alone have v BUDDED CITRUS TREESRAISED SC'lin how many ways thiy sought
to ensnare Nehemiah. but see the wi'odoor Confidence in UoJ can be cultivated.A The appoiiitmtnta are made by r. i-U-

a ON- of God in him and in all his rep.ies haLt of tooking upon the bright side, tioniug committee and are np.:;ly

to them. In due time the wall was UaUhed. a habit of counting mercies a habitof known and subject to revision c,:! erg

....SPRUCE PILE RIDGE.... anti the enemies were much cast prayer a habit of recognizing God's gebtions from preacher or ehnrchaa.

t, down in their own eyes for they pcr- gt>odn._ in the thousand daily mercies The W *lf, guild is the nr.me of tha :

t Wild Lemon aid Sour Orange stock. Also full line TROPICAL FRUIT and First-Class l'l'ithat the work was wrought of and comforts that we enjoy. will young people; A society: of this church. t

STOCK. B Gcd. Had the wall been built!! by ski'led! and confirm in the Besides! the Wesleyau" there )
ORNAMENTAL JOHN BEACH. West Palm Bach, Fla. strengthen; us habitof ere sever +
masons the credit would! have been theirs.but .
other denominations
putting; absolute confidence in God. of Methodists ia
when such unlikely pet.ple as! apothecaries jt
.. ._- --- "Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace England. but less numerous and inCaefftial -
-- goldsmiths etc., built such a wall
Job Printing they could! not but see that God did it. whose mind is staid oq Thee. becanieh.'trnbteth ;

Do You Want a The more disqualified we feel for the in Thee,"-United t'rt'tibl- j I The Latl -Great Conientlon.- ii

? work to which HIIII! calls us the mine tenaii.
lu STEAMBOAT glory there will be to God as He accomplishes I In many points the Lpwortli League
f ht 1bowe ire to bell asd if r v
True friendship convention last in
on bawl toiuit,we can build ; it through us. July ld.i2ii'rois: !
J.1I& what fOIl a ant. 18. "lie that aouudcd the trumpet was Friendships that are fur the sake of was the greatettt gath.-nng tilcthiid-

| At the Son Office. by me." jail when they<< heardthe sound ,'Onwuituce sputter and die out as a iats ever held It is likely HU to remain

We are slam PreparedTo of the trumpet! they wt re to resort thither canals and at L'bt their light is dim for a long time to ('OUI.3Ir.clJ houc1

I FuruWi_ ... IVl'r50). Uur trloi'ious Captain has aud welt!:. Bat the friendship that is was accomplished without doubt but
I .... all the work under His: contrul. He shall bunt.1 love &hiui's with the warm, the day of great convention Ii'tthi.: ..

not fail nor lx discouraged. He shall see bt-'ady gluw of the eternal inn There has probably i.asaed The Cbri-.tian
of the travail of Ills surd and Shall l.o
Pumping Outfits for Irrigation. sutistitnl lisa. ilii. 4:: lui. 11) and when is tiD.hing fitful or ccca., \ual bout it Endeavor gathering at Detroit loot

the trumpet mmuda how qtiiikly uu.l Ci astaney: is its invariable tharacterl&tii. summer demonstrated the eamv fact

gladly all HU people shall resort to Him ., "A friend loveth at all tiw ."- Thi crest: of the w av ** -
for An in
Write or call on us )thing gable
nctil. U Tut'hS. iv. HHM.) The work saall be William T. Ellis. i Some things; very to reach
Our Line that
you finished notwithstanding all eueuiv&: the these monster crowds cannot effect:

church shall be completed, the mar.iJgl' Tbe Strona Maa. They must in the nature of the rose

Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co. of the Limb shall e-.ime. the kingdom; It is the luau of strong convictions! closely resemble each: other. They have

shall be the lords and the whole faith who counts in this\ world. He who accomplished their purpose and *'rv\d

JACKSONVILLE FLA.Jacksonville be filled with His :glory II-:p.l. v. 27: Uev. stands fur something in the and carriesthe the end sought Let them pass. Sumo
tii. 7: xi. 15: ll.ib. ii. Hi. IAt us nut
day. He of the easy going;: or milk will regret their passing, but not fur
down fmm grl'at"t.rk f lit bag
c >me our >
Marine I Subscribe and water type of character drops out )on;{. Better things will take theirTHE
IPa'_ Railways, for the Sun. to complete HU body and bring Him
in the battle of -Pre.byterian.. "lal
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Lj rLI topped s-.tngtrs' the ran train.out and The wanted engineer to know and : Box of Jewels FUN ,AND FACTS. WHERE WE WORSHIP

BIj why she had stopped the traim. 'The ii'ii'A'

t ,ridge is. burned around the curve !" I They are that, to my be sure.place is Remember ,Witty Sayings Interspersed With A Directory of the Local Chorxbe

,'te cried. When the passengers, found I Business Bargains. and Religious Societies.hipls .

I r) it that she had saved their lives they ii FLORIDA HEADQUARTERS

oil,-red her money and jewelry. The ; I -Foa- .op.l Service.
I Frpl mil n-It IOu kt'ti iu" mad to
old woman danced with,joy but refused Fine Silver Table-Ware. Watches, Birthday tr'I'\I.tNtat1e-vtbcby-45a.lrL
end Wedding Gifts Watches hplu IMilin tfll his little U)y to lo REV.I.. hrrjA) MUwokTkwtar.Serruv .
their gifts. She had saved the train ; ereijr Mtndajr raoi.i.g a& u .chnk..
\ and Clocks. tlli4 !,r limit tu ,10 that. ami then I let sar.ikiv MiKial at j p. ...
that was reward enough. I oruiiaouu AMEW. MccUtru ..
ut a? a
There are men and women rushing R. RILES the iiiip.iln jiit. what he wllnt to do. > Mranil ....d tounb Wsdscvday ol nefcmtr.ii.
J. Sk'iziesYes IWdin he dn ... Riv. ... f. Hivitiv.Utrectuf.
toward a chasm of destruction and we AICkES'CLOCI says > \V. t c\"I2U.'Iu.Ja..Iic\rc&arJ.

I the no warning Some are only! inter '(o.,.' "' .SI- THE JDWELKU it. not to coddle the boy l but to

csted to save their own small souls, and -, JACKSONVILLE; FLORIDA. make you uncomfortable-Boston Holy Trinity )l1..10D.

don't care for the rest ot mankind We I =. TrtUl cri lIt.RATTLE I Writ Palm Beach
Senr ci* will be heW regularly savvy Ssaday
want a great rrvivat in the church. a at J So: p.m.,;alhc new KpSicopel chunk,cor. revival of real Christianity that will go 1'AMP JTADAM. them, good-by. There is not a personin SNAKE SKINS W M.TEn. Will ant PwinsetU. Sir eU He*..L. IUjame *-
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highest market prices for rattlesnake Hioiry wu1kaw' clurjcof U*** ma--
itwut like its founder, doing good ; a --.-..- Camp McAdam who "i" not always pay skins in good couduion. L.tDIEGr1LDmeetjievrr, Friday at J.JIt

revival of true manhood and woman Int retlnr AreoimU uf the Detrntluu have a warm place in his heart for the tf L- A. Wiusos West Palm Beach. v.Mas."IM&a.GABDSKK, iietujr..Cur I.MfcTCAir.revs's.

. 1 hood. We want character, not emotion; Flare fur MiamiRonidruU. officials of the Marine Hospital Sen ice.
;, we want Christ. The trend of thoughtis who have had charge of this camp "'l'railiug gowns should never he d. B. ChuMh. South.

5Urt in that direction today. We can get' Times-Union and Citizen. Nov. 6. worn on tile K'MtS. my dear ; they Sunday. School 10 a. Mol*o4 t,..."' .. LtaJU
I TROPICAL 3 p -. every Sauriay General rucr ...
it by prayer and work. Camp Mc'd .m. Fulford Nov. 5.- -. are intended fur women aho rUe inia mug TI.nr.da1.ncol.p at Tl'Js..d' pt ackia ft. prayermnetthigiFndayiIteruuos.att

For many years engineers worked to Camp McAdam. named after a Marine Bryan's Ready Wit. rria geM." vio* Cr.-t\ICCOII"& and third Sundays ol|esc cr-'

remove the ohstructiois in New York Hospital surgeon who fell a victim to ---- \Vell, Jack your know very well mnt.uthai a song II o-rvi-e a. m.and will be r.ij Ucid p. a halt: tn.Iwmr tu ntIUK bt->

n: k harbor. At last the mine was ready. A yellow fever at Key West, is now open Out at Findlay Ohio,William J. Bryan hat it if n't my fault that I haven't fore the regular divine aervi e. We woaU b*
la have < .
; SERMON lF) KKV. S. D. PAINE ( io }i 111 | rcicut; ronieool kelp u I
little girl, the daughter of the engineer, for the reception of guests_ Already was treated with the first discourtesy a carri'qre.-Chicago; Record. The Fourth Sunday .ervx*. "'1 br hail al

-.- touched a small button and a mighty there ere fifty sojonrners at the camp. shown him since his entrance into the At Ltotana 1I yn toll.at It 7 p.a.m.m. Al HnlOluGo al m.. ..

At III* MTr t hia. Congregational Church,, explosion took place that shook tie More are being addtd daily. So. far. Buck eyestate.' Handsome Oriental Rugs and prety kn J K. W uau: rutor.Congregational ,?

Susilsy Morutitg Sovruiber 0. whole of Manhattan Island. Years of there has not been so large a number to His audience had in it a large con- Japanese Pillows at Maltby's Furniture*
pieparalion, but the work accomplished avail themselves of the opportunity of tingent of Republicans and they madetheir Ch..b.Un. .
S. D. PIIVE. ftatiir.
"111m doing a gieat work so that I in a moment. So with the church. We leaving Miami, as was expected. Thereare presence known vigorous. his- The Joiiruilist! -E'er have any Scrikeastli .. m. an'i 7.
cannot come down Why' should the have everything ready. We need the two reasons for this. First, the t)pe ing. words with your wife, old man ? /'It'b"o, and I'an tor it UibL't .... at to .a. ..
and Ckrl-lian EMileavor nt 6:3t': .. ,.
leave it p. !
I ccnie
work waswhile
down to ?"-Kehemiah vi, 43 fire of the Holy Ghost It will come by of fever is so mild at Miami that thereis Bryan was surprised but not disconcerted The Ne8uaperumi-Xope; just a Mertinjt iVednwd v at T p 111. *"

you prayer and wcrk. number who there and he held his ground with courage
Of all the countless millions o' the a large are staying lit tie crockery.-Ex.
--. hoping they may take the disease and good temper) and gave hit unmannerly St. Ann's Catholic COOMB.Bejnnnlnfc ,
q earth's ialiMliiunts that have lived and some examples of No need sending away from home foi with Rantla,..J...." Siuil ..'.... .
and become the of opponents
that this NEPTt'XE NOTES. proud possessor an IK- Holy Mam * died dunug the inllleniums any boats wheu Capt. A. T. Rose cab Srrmiwmry .1'i
immune card. This is ambition with his brilliant wit and scathing sarcasm at lOo'eliMka m. b..la11\c' at Jl uiZami "
I globe has exutfd lout few are remem- an ouild you one as fine or as cheap as you \t lr'vnrlrv. at ,:2it) p. M. ** .
h red and have left a name on the pages Capt. Fitzhugh has gone to Wavelaud many, and they are taking no precaution While the Republicans were hissirg, want. See him. ana i>lace your order On w.u da>. Maw wilt I INF at rD. ..

with lumber from Hunt's saw uii.l. whatever -gaiist catching t'.e dese se. Bryan quoted some sentences of Liucoin's -
of h We have a Moses an Elijah,
lltul' Willie I'd did Adam and Eve
aud challenged the malcontents BV8r.l.g StarKntghU S4gs. ....
I the Miss McConnell, of Chillicolhe, Ohio, Tbe second reason who others have not : 4'.
a David, a Solomon a Paul among 01
when wuzt'runoutof .
kick much PltbJ.
they .
is that there has been to hiss that.
come, uncertainty
Alexander is visiting at Capt. F J. Magill's.Messrs. fcreat
Bible characters : a Leonid: an I Tet..eveiv FIIoIa"
as to the utility of the camp, apd i. The Lincoln quotations were sound time garden ? Iud ti"I" VIJltb! lit N1ahhlh..dc1d.. .....
and Wellington .
a Caesar, a Napoleon a Morris and Langford are out ........
:, among the warriors ; a few statesmen for a week's hunt in the Everglades, the manner in which it would be con. .1). mociatic doctiine. ht Co
a few poets a few painters orators, G.eat Scott and Robt. Nelson I ducted. did not dare to hiss they raised Cdiu afc were The following officers are in chatge : When the police attempted to eject
ik Record.
culptors etc., but not one in a millionof with our merchants Wednesdd to t'hildilelphia -
and ) Chief Past Assistant William C. Slimp- one of the distuibers, Bryan said : "Let
the people ho have come gone \ WEEK.
Mrs. C. \V. Carlin. our worthy schoolteacher son ; assistant surgeon, Rudolf von Ez- him remain. I can stand this for halfan Sheet Music-the late.-t popular songs
bvrIoue anything wonhy ol historic -.ttldaer & Sju's. We lu e records
reports fourteen in attendance.Miss dorf ; in charge of hospital and diagnos. hour if you have to live in this community ..,
mention. One epitaph wculd do,for with most ot tnese airs that we reproduce
the human ract except one out ol every N. S. Hunt has commenced the tician, assisted by Assistant Surgeon A. all your lives. oil the phonograph, showing what J ae.......\111. Arr.III' f. la.4WrCarnival

million erection of a nice duelling on her home R. Hagen ; F.. H. Peck, hospital steward At llellefontaine, Bryan'referred to a the songs are like. It we havn't what ot AnntM-urat. S'wrt ta4
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stead. ; J. B. Richards, captain of the Republican cartoon which showed Col- you want tse'Llget it."lie ,Tarl.iI ItI: ,..&&I......
He Mffrrtd but bU pang arc o'er; 1
I Cujoycd. hut bil drlighU are fled; Mrs. E. E. Mitchell: mother of Justice guards ; Guild bmith. stenographer r; umbia holding the flag with Preside t used to be a light-weight

Had frieuiU-liU friend are now uo more. Mitchell, is quite sick at the home of Caption J. M. Graham is the Miami I. McKinley pointing to it and "victory" champion in hw: day." With their accustomed enterprise aid

And lot* bin foe are dead.Amcni representative ot the Marine inscribed on the clouds. Beneath
h.TSOll. Hospital were -Ah I A prizefighter V'"so desire to win, deserve and retail &q
e' ihe men who lived in the past, Service. the words : "We'll rally round the flag,
Capt. Sterns with his houseboat the a grocer."-Kx. good will of their patrons and buiit
Ihere is one who occupies bojs we'll *
in history, Cruiser, has been anchored here for the The camp is situated at Fulford, twelve rally once again.

a conspicuous place in Hebrew his past week. miles north of Miami, in the orange Bryan read the lines to the crowd and She was bonibly burned by gasoline. friends throughout the State. Jacks..

tory-Nehwliah born about 500 frar grove of Judge White of Quincy; The then said : "But th re is a significant: Get Klliyre- Save your 'goods sad ville's merchants are 11I&'ill all pri .

"... before ChrUt, during the CHplivity of Charles '% /"Carlin is in the boat repairing location is all that could be desired, th; omission : They did not put in bout- friends It is Ling of tire. At aration for their Annual Gala Week.

: the Je.. by the Chaldeans. lie was lots and of work.building business, and is ground being high and rolling, with a ing the battle pry of freedom." The IDNER & SON. The official program U given below :

cup-beartr to Artaxerxes, the king of doing gentle slope both to the east and the cheers which followed were so wildly Judge-Your face is familiar. 1're

Persia Fiiends from JerusaUm brought 1'1en'10f beautiful joun/ ladies ref- west, which makes the drainage com.plete enthuiastic! that the speaker had to seen you before.l'rimonerYes. TUESDAY. NOV. 14

him bail new* from the cupital ol the ugeeiug from the fever and the boss The camp is lai tout with the wait for the tumult to subside. Your Honor quite ioxmoa. m.-Parade of visiting Vol...
; Judean euipiie. The walls were down. arc consequently h.ippy.H. regularity of a first-class city. The Republicans will learn after awhile to often. teer Firemen and Jacksonville The ,_

: The g4tes were burned. The lawless F. Atkiuson, a prominent lawyer main avenues have been christened Dewey let Bryan alone. His wit and sarcasmare Department Exhibi.ions by JId...

tribes outsides the city made incursions !of Miami, spent several days the past Sampson,Schley, and Hogau's Alley, equal to every occasion Kustis Judge-Ah I What was: the chargethe chIc Fire Department. {25 for Volu 1

and hnrrassed and the last: time I saw )i.u ? teer Company having moat men M
inside : plundered week at the Neptune House. and are lighted with oil lamps. Hogau's Lake Region.
Nehemiah felt sod. lie Pusotier thiuK i it was 15 rents uniform in parade.
people. wept, I MIs. Boyer and daughters Minnie, Alley has a full supply of typical "Yel -e-- .
and obtained Your Honor. I mixed cocktail for 10:30: a. m.-Good Roads Coave_to2.t ;
fisted prayed permission Peail and Rose, of Miami, are at tLe low Kids." The.wain offices are located niaml Farmers Busy.- a

from the king of Persia to go the as.istanctf Neptune House'for a few dajs. at the intersection of Dewey aud Sampson i you, I believe.-Catholic Standard at Board of Trade room IJ

ot his suffering people at Jerusalem. Avenues. The farmers throughout the Biseajnt uad Times. p. m.-Volunteer Fi D1t11"* Cua- '11|

,- He did not spend his lime like Mrs. Johnson anti daughter,of Miami, Bay country are now preparing their tests. Hose Reel Contest; first prIze If

Jeremiah, id lamentations. He was no are slopping ai the Ncp.uue House until INSPECTION.: lands for a large vegetable crop. At Have you seen the bright and beautiful {ISO. second prize. $75- Grab Vie,.

gl>omy pessimist. He mounted his the lever abates at their home.N. There are two daily inspection! ; one Cutler, the Peters Brothers have nearly display Wediiing at new presents goods aud at Idiier birthday& Sons gifts First prize"|ioo: second prize 150.8wo -'

mule aud on a moonlight! eight rode S. Hunt & Co. will have their at 9 p m. aud no at 3 p. m. Every inmate three hundred acres under plow. Formerly galore. Call in and give jour optics p. m.-Trads Display Prizes

; round the walls, took in the iiluati.m shmgie machine tuuuing m a few days. : of the camp is entirely examined they planted at Little River where a treat for handsomest floats. First prize, fjo;

and began to build. The work was impeded This will: add to the business of Neptuue. and if tbeie is any sign of sickness the they own a large acreage of prairie and He-I always ke> gloves on second prize"|25.
p my
4 party is immediately sent to the "sus- beautiful homes
and opposed ; impeded by the County CornrnisHoner Rushing and WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER IJ.
when I it
I bed. I find
tent hqlf-a: mile A go keeps my
pect away. wagon, Freeman Brothers are preparing
Je ri who had lost their courage and bj Henry Brooker Wednesday for Indtau 10:00 a. m.-Volunteer Firemen's O'n.
formerly used Ly tbe New York bakery, to put in a large acreage there in toma hands soft. -
men who were indifferent who cred Town They expect to be gone tests. Hook and Ladder Contest. First
has been transformed iuto an ambu toes. Dr. Richmond, the agent of the She-Do you keep your hat on,
only for their own comfort and Safety about a week.
: & prize, $75; second prize, $JQ. If oily
lance. Perrine Land Grant Company, will also too ?-Ex.
He was opposed( bj the Samaritan and Our euten r.!>ing merchans.H Brooker one company enters,prize$50. Coupling

Others. He kept Jtadily at wor. Tall & Co., have built an addition to their AU guests at the camp are 'ed at the put in severat'acreS.. He will diversify Bicycle Sundries and Rubber repar: Contest ; first prize $15, second prize f 10.

heir solicitations to leave the work store and altered the inside, giving more "Hotel de Stinipson," a protentious his crop. There are several others who work of any an J all kinds done by j. Consolation Race for tennis that hut
be sent back the reply, "I aui doing a.. shell room tor their "ell selected stock sll u.ture, west of the railroad track. will plant quite heavily there this win M. Willson & Co. Years of successful not won a prize ; prize. '25.
experience in rubber us to
great "'woiL ho that I cannot come down : of fresh goods. The furnishings of this hostelry are not ter.It satisfaction 10:30 a. Convention of Mayors
of the sumptuous kind which the is said there will be a line of steamers guarantee
to you. grace and Councilmen of Florida
at City
Should there be mild
We, like Xehemiah, are doing a great a winter and no Royal Palm. 'There is an entire absence put on between Miami and Cutler The Rude-Diil you tuake him eat Council Chamber.
freeze there will
: work. The gieatest work that a human of, be an immense ship of china of the Havilatd stripe. Tin- to give the farmers rapid transportationto hU words 3200 p. m.-Horse Races at Driving
meat vegetables this
place as
; bin.t can be engaged iu is to secure the plates, CUDS, etc., adorn the table, but the Miami.At The Wreck-Y-e-e-s, but my name Track under management of Jacksonville .
large has been "
i salvation of his soul. The soul is indauber. acreage. looking planted. The cuisine at Hotel de Stiuipson rivals some Larkin the farmers are busy preparing was mixed up in Vin somehow. Driving Club. Half mile clay
piueapples are fine and
The whole plan of salvation condition for { in'good of the best hostelries in the land. It is their lands for a diversified crop Kansas City Independent. track. 2:35 Trot, prizes $zio. # Mile
implies the danger. If you go to the crop. a fact that Uncle Samuel and his able Mr. Barnett, the cucumber grower will Heats, Running, prizes $75. X Mile

aeacoast of England you will notice the -e- representatives believe that wellprepared increase his acreage over last)ear.Vest Boat building done right a't home, in Dash, Florida Ponies \rizes $15.
ttc most approved manner, good workmanship
provisions to save the life of the imperiled -I Cassava in Volusla. food is one of the best methods of assisting of Cocoanut Grove'the prairies are alive and at living prices. Call on 8:00 p. m Fantastic Parade. fy

mariner. Everywhere there are -__- I nature to ward off diseases. The with men and teams, turning over the Capt, A. T. Rose. prize for largest and best costumed company -

f lifeboat station with all the apjaratus The Seminole Maauf acturing Company, guests have all been surprised at the rich alluvial soil preparatory to plant in parade. $25 for finest individual

for saving nicuin peril. So on the coast of which Mr. II. R. Warden is resident lavish! manner, and the quality of the ing. Many of the farmers in tint sectun Valet&-1 hadn't any alcohol left, so costume. Grind Masquerade Ball

- ol the United Slates. This I provision manager, is advertising for bids for food. It was geierally supposed that will plant an early crop of beans. 1 used H bit of your cognac, sir. after parade.

_ implies the need. So the stupendous clearing 500 acres of the old Spring the regular army ration would be served, On the Allapattha prairie,and west of The Master: Not much, 1 hope.
________ the of God Garden field. The Seminole and all have Miami the farmers also hard at
___ provision on part to save t'e Company been agreeably surprised to are \'alet-Xu, indeed, sir-only a

_ _ ;- race imp'ies the need. ha; purchased about 1400 acrts of these find tender,juicy steaks, fried,broiled and wotk, aud immense fields ale being made Ulouthful.-Ex. ioxo: a. m.-Parade of visiting and

: We dOl.', know how sin not into the lands, payirg about $3 an acre on an baked, with a generous supply of vegetables ready for planting. In these sections local Military Companies.

world Cod should let The deeds in white there wiU be diversity of Call and see the nic lice of Hammocks 10:30: a. Convention of Retail
good a
; why a It average. are expected a and corn bread, biscuits, tea, great ciops *

_ _. -c Cttne. We know it is here. We don't few days, and as soon as they come work coflee, and sauce. planted this season. Scattered though at M-iltby's Furniture S.ore. Merchants of Florida at Board of Trade

- want to waste time in theological dUcusioua ..ill be pushed to prepare for next year's Many of the tents are well suppliedwith the sections are many newcomers who Ethel""-He offered me an engage- rooms.

-- on then great points The gre
'4 \ question that we are interested iu is, prepare and plant 500 acres of cassava it checkers and other papers, card southern Dade. North of Miami, at Edith-And, of course, you gave [or Pace (local horses only, 60 day l la
are a source
-, ., How i an we get rid of &,11 ? The Hible '!'r.u'bmall undertaking, and to erect of amusement. Many of the \ladies, being Little River, Lemon Cit, Fulford, Ojus him the"glail band !1"-Puck. Jacksonville), prizes $ti. X Mile Ron

give; tut only answer, offers the only buildings aud install machinery for entirely relieved of the usual and as far noith as Fort Lauderdale, -- heats, prizes $50. 2:22 Trot or Pace,
Solution, ant that is, "O'xl so( lovrd the manufacturing into starch the products household there is great activity among the farmers. Magazine subscriptions tiken at Idner prizes $200.
wort.\ that He llii of these will cures are busy with fancywork the & Son's. Hand in the list of periodicalsyou 8:00 p. m.-Military Sham Batttle
gave only begotten 500 acres require a large Every indication points to largest
doing ordinary sewing. Letter- want for next lear at once so as to
8m that whosoever bclievelh Him force of hands and! tha has been with Fireworks. This will be a brilliantand
on team Ii. The News writing isone of the most prominent crop of vegetables ever receive the magnificent Xmas and New

should nut perish, bat have everlasting stated over a year ago that cassava was amusements, and bundles of letters grown in southern Dade. The larger Year Numbers this )"ear. dazzling spectacle.

- life." God has done His part, we must the coming field crop of this section of out every morning, giving go portion of the farmers are planting on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17.

do ours; it pent, and accept the great the State, and in the light of present '!of life in a detention camp. descriptions their own lands, and many of them during To Our Town.... Sports. 10:00 a. m.-Yacht Races. First-claw
i salvation. If we believe the Bible that events we do not see fit to have erected -- -- '
retract our Thug far the guests of this the summer months Editor TROPICAL Svx; boats, over 20 feet and under 30 feet, a
unique city
the o'd i is Immortal, this life a proha assertion.-DeLand News. are in a healthful coi.dition and comfortable homes. Through the eLtire I prizes $135. Second-class boats, 20 feet ,
the Base Ball
happy As I ..eU Boynton
lion, Christ confronts u.t with the mo- ..-e_ -_ frame of mind. The strictest section there is an air of prosperity seldom repre and under, prizes '55. Third class
anitarv Club, I w.ll write a few lines to the
I nienlau qae U' 11, "What shall it profit in newly-settled boats skiffs, and Whitehall
That Waste Basket. rules bre observed. The seen a country Ball yawls ,
streets Bearh Base Club
i I a mjn if be grin the whole world and pAn carefully policed, and the are The planting of citrus and tropical trees West Palm through prizes jio, Entrance fees Ito, $5, and
luce via 011 ouJ ur, what shall editor of parted hrs not been forgolten.ia'lIi Cor. in jour paper. The people are arriving
; a man great erudition once said and buined. $1. to be also distributed with prizes. .
aay All beds anti .,
- and bed. Times-Union Citizen. here from the North for the tomato
in for hi
give exchange soul ? A mo- that if a would m.-Horse ,
newspaper man print the ding are thoroughly aired from 2:00 p. Races. 2:37: Trot
: 10 to 2 --e -- season now, and we have a few new
-I _ mentouk question :1 contents of his waste basket there would ''o'clock. S Well Done. I thick with the or Pace, prizes $200. One Mile Ran,
_ There is a great work to be done in probably be a riot There would cer- The comers. new ones we prizes 575. Free for all, Trot or Pace,
guests at Camp McAdam and can put up a good game of ball. I hopeOU
the world.! Out of over 1,600 nil'ionl
- he trouble
tainly in
homes prizes
I mary arrests "Hotel de West Palm Beacn ROW has what it has $3OO.
_ of the earth less Stinpsou" are more than I } will do what you can to make a
pfjple OH than in directions
500 some shot guns in another, long neaded-a well quipped and first 8x p. m.-Military Ball at Armory.
millions nominal Christians. pleased with their management. While I game with jour boys for us, on your
are Nearly and trouble all around But the patron class dr; good and ladies' furnishing Also Numerous Other Attractions.
to-thirl of the race noii-clirutian. :I' never sees the waste basket. the rules are strict, It is a pleasure for all house. grounds. Game to be played any date

He only to obey them. The usual That enterprising merchant Max Sir i convenient for club. It will be a ---. .--
There i ii work to be done at home. number of your -
___ we
____ : glances at the beautiful! print d I
page chronic kin, has added another room to his
are all under obligations to do some.: complains if o-ie letter in fifty i is upside gruir.hlers is nol present. Nota Bazaar making his place a veritable department -' day's sport for both Bo\Qlou and West Thanksgiving Wonder Ball

: thing to male this woiId Utter I read down, R1owll if a n:une in 300 happensto complaint is heard, but all speak in store ". one side being devoted : .Palm Beach. Trusting to hear from p -_

the story of an <>ld colored WOIIMU ill hevvioug:, kicks because his the highest and most coiiimendtorya: exclusively to ladies' goods and notions you at an early date. Yours, A Thanksgiving wonder ball is wound
; Georgia or Kentucky who in udlkimjalong signed teimi of every official connected with the other side of the store carries a full A P. ROCKEFELLER, of yellow wool to simulate a pupkin.
"Taxpatr" has been line of meuV and boy's clothing shoes
q the rallroj.l nack saw that the _condensed: li.to reectahle English:I the 'amp The fear? of many entertained hts and fur.i!>hillllS Hop.ton, Florida. Trifling gifts, as tiny dolls, little whis-

i bridge hail; Utu destroyed l>\ fire. Sh.-j frowns bxau the editor did not takeI f.f rigid rules and! red tape have been Mr Sirkin has just returned from ... .-- ties, lace pins, etc., are wound in it. As

1 Could hear the rumbling of the fast express I his advice ahout publicly happily dispelled, and it will ie with a New York with a lull hue of goods of A splendid violin, fifteen years in use it is unwound the gilts fall out. The
his I
I wit 4 tevcrii. hundred pussciujtisbc neighbor oi son e shortcomiugs aud feeling/ regrel "hen the ten days havepassd all the latest materials, :styles and pattern in first-class condition, can be bought wool should be rolled up again as it is
is so that may be sure of
tore her apron off and w
I J I to those _bo bate u careful!) cared for birkin'b Bazaar. I I I Address "Violin," care TROPICAL SUN Journal.

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