The Tropical sun
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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 30, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
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System ID: UF00075915:00592
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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; I DADE'S; D tV toT TNT pearance 'this' winter:for in dditiou'to ''-r----Colony Will Embark Here.

the protection he has given his pines by LIVELY, ,LOCAL' *LINKS.r [THE COUNTY TIDINGS ;, I HERE AND TH :REI' .

v_\ i i = 11 psrtrersLip Las been formed between V_ _
, .11 % covering eight acres of them he has _e I tH A .I .t

'fl Crop Conditions, Material" Growth, about'fifty cords of wood placed on the What the Sun's 'MenHeard
north and west sides of his which i N: and Caps\ : TJ. D Iltudricksoa, and thechopper'
; General lm rovemens., place Lively Local Whirligig. 1 gtt. ilrU niiC"et\ .&- 1 and Different Things.
I Ji '1". P he can bum if t it becomes necessary to do : "Emily B ," owned by the il V
i <*. "-.H' JYtTayside so,and which he thinks will aflord ample -e-. .-\ : 'I Compiled' faltert.has been. .chartered to carry pas- e

Notes Jotted Down by The.Sash protection to his large field., A Mirror ,of fnOF, Bappeiatx s, Acci. Very Carefully l and Confined to tbat Benjjirs aud freight from Palm] Beach I Newsy Nctes and Items of Interest to '.=

SolieUoc M lie Slake HI. Bound* On my way back to Stuart I again dents. Coming Events- and a !I t Which I3 of MostlmerfA tort to i:evitassCuSa. Everybody In General and Kobo-j .._

E",', Among the People. met Mr Taylor, who invited me to stop Galaxy_ of..Current. ; 'i Gossip.. :' .'U'iF. "} :I :!, ", Citizeas H_" of.::Cade_-C.' wtit; tT ... i TLe Cuban,Land and Steamship Com.parP. in Particular ;:;!;; Q
--=-::itt e -; whose headquarters are in New "' ,
and have with iHt
tea him, adding at the t !\ ::

t : {Coxlinrsedfrom; ; last issue ) same time that he would go for his mail A. Metcalfe 'went up TitusviUe DELRAY DOI? GS. ".]V11! j i; York with" : a branch office.in Jackson- Will Whidden went up to Neptune

I after supper' and. would take !Dei'to Monday for, a few days., ----- -' Billet have secured 51,000 acres of fertile Monday on a short business trip..'
A walk of one-half mile took me to Stuart in his Now about I Ijlk Burton has gone on a northerly 'arprinj ; land in the Province of Pu rto.J'rihcilk -.
just Miss Erne Tucker arrived from Delray II F. Atkinson returned
the packing house .of Mr. Robert Mc. that time I do not think Ii nail a.few days. ariput thirty-Six miles west of Tuesday
1i Pherson, who moved to the State from there wan a Monday and is the guest, of Mrs Will night from a ten days' trip up the road. .
hi ;l lno.wn'pori ol Nuevitas, at a
j Cracker in Dade County as tired as this 5f S. Linton entertained Mr and
1: Nebraska and: brought with, him, his Whidden for a'few days. Gloria.! This land has Mr. and Mr Fred'k
one, and to"say I accepted both 'h"s Mrs. Otis, i ihet' called L4 Robert and servants

'! sons George and Charles and his son-in courtesy and kindness with alacrity, Mrs. H.'H. Willinson is up from Hypo- G S. fJ' tt1l'Oti Worth rp.- hareholdars all over the arrived here, Tuesday night from '

law, Mr. H. S. Witham. They have luxo this week to enjoy ThruksgivMig tee :4 Sites 'with the provision that New York.
hits it. When I retired that night it was News, spent unday with fiends at this
adjoining fields covering a total of with the happy consciousness of knowing with her daughter at Palm Beach., '. place. s t'.1e "bu'and improve the tracts
t' twelve, acres: eight and one-half acres I (t. "'f'here are now over 5.000 Attorney. I. Metcalf went up to
that I had certainly'earned my The services of Mrs. S. H. Happersett M. Rice is his first purchase
J. adding clearingpn
covered the balance will be if Titusulle!
being ; Monday (
: such purchasers of the $1,000,000 stock, on an. important
that in the manner in which
bred day
secured the
have been at
as organist
the muck and will enlarge it another
they can get around to it When I iu professional trip.I. .
of whom' are already
the Gt t Book admonishes do.I dearly 500 ,
o us to Royal Poiuciana Chapel for the season PD M
tier 5IAJL2Boynton
arrived at their packing house, was delighted -
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; put iii part of the'next day at the of 1900I __, 11 f; fid.1. H. Burton, of Delray, the well
find friend Gordon Parks was in town Su.iday
to my I store of Mr. Walter'Kitcl ing, who told I ;iS vejral cargoes.of lumber and twenty- known deputy sh riff at that point was '

who introduced me to these gentlemen me that he was very well satisfied with i Mrs. J. Brown, of( Scotia.Forms, out I. looking over his pineapple plantation at SIX carpenters have tleatly gone aheado in town Tuesday on a husiness trip. 3 }

i Now, anyone acquainted with' Gordon the business outlook and that his sales of Hypoluxo's famous gardeus,was a. this place. f bfgin-the construction of a hotel and 1t

t'11 ,knows he likes a j joke ;he presented me were larger this year than they were visitor here Tuesday on a shopping ex : Messrs' Myron. and-,Chas4) Hall and nialt: Louses, for the colonists. The G. W Reynolds of Lake Worth is

'to Mr..Witham'last, concluding'his: re cersion. of for bouse- row riding a wheel: of the Cleveland
last year; he has a field of seven acres 't Warranter, BuJnton. spent Sunday rigb lal plan: was freight,
:_' marks with the information that he was with friends at this place. }iqtl gjoiU and passengers to embark make purchased. from Potter's Bicycle. t $
; which he he will have take "
sass to .
.v F. V. Seagle has been summoned Iba Agency. .... \ .i #
.from .
from William Jennings Bryan's
from Miami but the quarantine re-
chances on, being too much occupied in W D,. Shernaa KlhejwsK ssM of a ; as f
State. I fell into the trap beset for me, grand juror to serve at the December aRnJ JLi/V-r charter cf Capt. Frank Funk;of"
attending to his store to cover his pines fine horse which be \ffifiis l.fsti! ; cs, prevented Boynton was in the

.' bytellmg'Mr. Witham that I was glad That.afternoon I, found a fishing party term ot.the United States Court" at jacksonville on his muck farm as he expects to ha\e lunlJrickson's>> .schoner "Emily B." upper part of:the County Tuesday and'

fiD meet"him, was proud of Nebraska's who were going down the river to try 9 tomatoes to. haul. r n ryas made aid, the three gentlemen yesterday purchasing horses for Boynton
TecenYverdict,'and concluded by:cam } \ 1t::1\1 nalitcd 'attend: the parties. ,
will to transportation >
their luck, and on learning that I wantedto We,have at Delray 'some of the, best
i. plrmCTttng": .-'Bryan"as"highly as' I -gob: Se a1's: Point, they kin'fly vegetable lands on the East,Coast, for : Ht fri (rom ihi r"ii't,'\\ bich is: 400 miles from Rev. S. D. Paine will preach Sunday'

knew how. Mr. .W,hemmed and hawed, s. Tftfe+tras. There is regular steamerti'r5vi at '
offered me passage that far. We had to either rent or sale ; easy terms. Applyto now ii a.m. and 6:30 p. m.' At night he,
turned red'in' the'face and finally blurtedout contend ,with both the tide and,'wind Gleasbn Brothers, Eau:Gallic, .- *- The post few days have been quiteWam ; 't:; 'from: Xiievitss to New YorkCjty will preach on the Christian EudeavorMovemett .
thai he was ashamed. of Nebraska from Nuev- .
but) ijude
: ; ,: the, passage
and I did not reach the Point until night ,-'. I "
and did not agree with me'iu'my high Orange Howes, the weliDowu'h tcma :\ : rag to .L*, G; ,ua.. along! the coast, is f
estimate cf""Miss'Sryan;:' 'On lookteg :" I.oOl: ; oq.Cap t, Sewattjpd ',cladl, :and: esiaur teur, ispln..Ibe.city' .'jK/Porter js plowig"landj nowa- n ly'ft.E.d!4 .,.. ;" replowestpoints Contractor T D Brown was,a pa'sen=. ;.*a.

i around I found" ,Gordon almost 'splitting accepted' Invitation to spend the ana will doubtless engage iu business: dayf(aiarjing,up, k-i*llI1-lr a krge will require: sl.oajer.: draught vessels for gar to Pornpa xT Saturday night to i take> 1 '

evening with'him. My acquaintance here the scliSOn.-St." crop vegetables this season.!: J. .' a brief look after his muck farm in that
during : ,
his aides with also Augustine "
lanhtr. as were Wv : atinl'cb; as the: "Emily B.
was, a limited one, having :met him iu favored section.
Brown has 1 ,
Mr.. McPherson and his two sons. Jno. just coiipleMunne ,,1' ; C
West Palm Beach at the Senatorial Convention r
Well,'I set out on my,trip to talk bus- wire fence which places his farm under ': 'I' .-=---.:-.* There will be a Thanksgiving Tea at
three'years ago I found the W. T Andrewscauie up from Pompano ; ..: '
incloscnient and } !- :
free from stock.J. v
einess, and business only, and when I stray the Congregational Friday"1afternoon i
": ntiemen' Captain,to ,be one of the beshi formedRe&tlenen Tuesday to make some pre minary i .1 ..fOAjg,important,P (.4ect.i parsonage
these g had .no M. Harper's tomatoes his linn from till .
approached on 2.30 5 p. m. A C0r .
I have talked ,to'in: along} arrauj-meiits to opening a mvrcbandibvbusiness t i -- *>* --
idea, lhatvl, wonld talk, an j thing else ; m ldl4! aj| Jooljins,' l foe and with no associated I dist imitation. to all.
time, and while be says that he lives in at Ihat'pldce, in parumershitrwith .! ? i| }Iior ?'< S., Di Ytttouhas. .I
tni ""' o.a A/i.
but to make long story short, we had a Ottu si hewill doubtless ccme outwUbalLtvJrjifr'estUsycr.j I .
a remote corner of the County and out D. D. Grant ;with a T-tirf;y c'nphrzlf-t: !, Mr. E M. :III'r The attention ol shoppers, both in and 'i
1 with five of U Avery t .
two hours' us '
,i',:, argument of touch with much that happens in T. J. G.kr'returned, --Saturday from ;: kdVsDt9!rt i+y ef'yuk, in" prl.ljilct to conksuutt from out of town, is called to the new: t
defending 'Mr.Bryan against even Ins own school district it did not T6 b\s: .+rsn''sgatden 1y; | an .tlectiic 'cpr line to run along alvcrtisomeut of Sirkin's Bazaar to be;

him Mr. W. finally winding up by take me long to see that he was a careful bis visit to Pompano where he led( promising. This is nothing un- ''I,the:.:;:'l'U -hcaeu fr.;n Goynton to Lake tound on another page. .

Saying "five against one was too greata reader and was posted on the happenings everything' progressing nicely at the u,nil for Mrs. Carroll has been a very I Worth Inlet, 'a, d f5ithtrscuth, if dtsirCHtttat -
for him to and almostas farm which he and J. c.- Hams arcs F. Williams, wife and mother were
handicap carry: in the County State and Nation. He successful truck farmer for several years .,,hle.'lhe) V sloe; tf the concern
hard to swallow as 16 to 'i." making ready for a crop. anion; the arrivals of Tuesday night..' '
past ViliO isFLa d If &.oraar.d opon.tw.is will
says that he is completely out of politicsand = > to 3:
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Gordon invited to dinner his home ii' Mr. Williams' mother will tbe'I
me is more interested in the> buildingof H. C. Milton was up from Hypoluxo JV-iff 'UtJ138 mad a great improvciw 'ltEgh '-ib semi: as the right of way i3 i I pass

being a short distance away.where I good roads than in anything else ; Island over Sunday. He reports: five *;\)V&i&wL'01'roa<1 lea,IicR to his L. *ci'.cd, winter here at the-'-,-bme-of her son. '

was fortunate" in meeting his _father that next morning he would show me a hundred .tine orau e trees as recently; l farm by filling in water place with i A'r. 'up'to'crate feature of their plan is We have at Delray! some of the best
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mother: and wife; theold people were road extending from his place to Wave planted by Capt. E. N..,Ditnick on his morning glory vices which lie took from. to uti i:ize the VKirnutv for the operation vegetable lands on the East Coast, for

spending the day with him. It is needJess't land a distance, of two miles, which property on the south end of the Island I his land of tr.lly: 'arnDges and bicycles according either rent or sale ; easy terms. Applyto

say bat I enjoyed my visit over_and affords him much satisfaction ; end i J. W. Smith, wife and grand daughter : t >>A recice, ,recently invented, aidwhu'i : Glea-.cn Brothers, Eau Galhe Fla. *

after dinner Gordon'showed for me & while he did not say so, or even claim J. E. Ingraham.: was a passenger on of DelrayUs; 'iti'Ag'ch':If"'V") ]if alha!ii57 ;s.as' uaiqce; as it is recent.xo Mrs. Frankly Sheen has concluded

the,fields he is managing Capron I credit for what I the Monday's .north boupd t'raiu from, this : i .aolll ">e introduced th t
of I any saw following The 1itt1fi< aiQ; r having h?r visit with Mrs. J. D. Bell, at :fewSm t
Co. aud E. W. Capron, Philadelphia, D
He bad .tt the ion f '
point. completed a canal \\Qf i touch to attrac
it evident zcr
morning was to that the ;
covered and five me become ill, whiu \\e h7 pe will not last ; )rna, and has gone Orange County
comprising ten 'acres cruise from here to Bay Biscayne and the.rtsorts of -this section as the -
father me- to people who 'or gi ated and completed long and she may soon regain her usuagrotl operati to visit friends and relatives at Lake t
His. piloted
uncovered. this road had their'hearts in the work thence to Cutler and returned to West he-Jth. 4 'or"u b adeitg':::.uul line aa this. \S dcrmere. ,

the field of Mr. A. R. Krueger, and ,Sunday morning the Captain invited Palm Beach. .._. j. r '. ,t The "i ie.v of the ocin r uld be had and
during our walk told me be had three "i '" H Wilkinson and Houston are delicate Mr. and Mrs John Townley have: been f
ride 'C me most
: me to take a stroll, and right at his doorwe the efjivtd l-y
acres which he intended to cover with Franklyn Sheen, County Surveyor, making splendid projffU among tie rube gaists&t the Earnian for several days.
found what I took to be an avenue o'f 'iiyali a>; w 11 as the most st.hi
palmetto leave ; that his son Noah had went down to ,Halland-tle! Saturday vines which have completely covered Mr. Towbley is one of Miami's leadingdruggists
of MSI
: ilit leg
had made u 4 e k
he his I
through ?
two and oue-half,acre, one acre being grounds night to complete a piece of engineering the croutiggftif A?,' NMlkr, i ' After we walked about mile I asked puii rlr .
nicely covered. I found Mr. K. work. work he has been unable ,to prosecutefor This shows the fertility our laud and bt.i''alled.. and OCtal standing in that city. ; '
him how far this ,
lug* In his field containing ten acres avenue we wire on some time because of quarantine and there is plenty mure like it in Dade i'f; -,. I
extended, and was much "A, ft%jfe af especial. interest to West Dr F II. Houghion has returned to ,
very surprisedto : restrictions. ,
two acres being covered, and be in Cauuty, He that, wishes to truck /armwilljpiakefnofmistake
hear him say that this wns a County \ i alrj/fie: .fb,rs jS l the plan to have the the city dock with the Dentos after at I
formed that he to shed the iuvsitiEg'-the
me expected '
the George Zap has been improving the : li-H cross the Lake! at this p" int. thns absence >.f a month
road extending across peninsula as "_ Coast.l! ; .... at Lake Wonh ;
before the first \ ; ; "
remaining eight acres
: far as Waveland. and every foot of it Seminole Block property th past'wetk r-r- .- f.'K*. .' 4 maktng'tba.a !>u,in' ss point ofdtstinaii where he has bad his unique craft given i
of the coming year. A short walk took S. 0 Fitt repijsei<$ was just like that we had passed over. by laying some new brick walk, from I | >r- ,nt .A .weH as ma'sintf tie line ofpractical I alhoroi,tjhtn'er-hauhnj and re,painting. '
meto Mr. Hentich, Bars, whom I also ICAI. SUN, visittd-fie! homes of the '
: On being asked my opinion of i*. I'nn-, the Banyan street corner to Sir#in'* U Beta lo everybody along Us I
found covering his twelve acre field ; Hjpoluxo people last week. And those The Telephone Exchange hive: gotten
Bazaar. He
now proposed rjute.
hesitatingly replied that it was the best proposes re'painting!
time he had five covered and : their poles across the hotel
the acres up
at who have rot received tht Avdcaine( propertyto
the front and otherwise .
road I bad ever seen in the State and improving: the .f. .
his entire field covered .-- -e.l the County road, and in week
expects get visitor each week will from now on. a m re
feel quite safe in saying that, the, above general appearance of the block. J. M. :v '.'
A before cold weather strikes him. Continuing assertion will be supported Cragin the well kt.ow 1\ ,bricklayer and Mr., 'I'a not oat fur 1.e met0's ) The PutMc Rcadinz Room. Aill be connected up as far as Lake

: my ramble about one-half mile ,anyone I ; t.t-J.sf !hftutf ,.... Worth and. as far south as Capt. E. N. 1
mason has the work in hand.
who sees this road, for it i U fifteen feet I l
y brought me 'to the plantations of H J. wide every root removed, skirts the f i \J,Jcit J. i !:for e''t .r ie Tie Ladies ww hive gotten; up the D.nack's _____- '

McGinnis of Savannah, Ga., and J. W. Indian River the entire, distance to W H. lieniis: formerly of this place, him T3unefPttr.y.s' in,cony'.. l\f'\ 1 in t ,ipnMic rtradiug room wish TiiU St':. to Advertising i;> the silent altSu an :i

Eaton & Co.of Plattsburg, N.Y where Waveland, and is bordered. on loth but foi a year or more past a residentof winch proved for him the business I extend to tL,' men about town, young I that dues not sell the g'JOM1s, but pre

I met their courteous and efficient manager sides by lovely scenery. Agaiu' the Havana, is in town again attending manner in which he was fulfilling hiS m'u.Il<- ael,, and old, an earnest invitation pans the buyer for the buying ; that
Mr John Taylor, who : bowed me business duty. _. ._ make theuii-Ke at home even
to tJ
sol is 'firm and of a dark color, hence some preparatory to _e_ as.siata hits by telling him what he
the fields he bas under his care, with the first 4 f .J .. fi't' ( uf*. and all day Sundays
over the sun does not glare in one's eyes as it starting cargo of freight .t ,.' 1 j LLf use J ;Today. icis rum i to 10 p needs and directs biro by telling him
and informed 'me that he has covered and for at tbe. nadllg room in the Club
passengers thecolouy mentioned I where he it.
does on a road made with shells or rocks, -- can buy -JVess and Prn'tr.i.
ten acres for Mr McGinnis and five therefore is more comfortable,to both in another article today. Mr. Bemis' The West Palm Beach Bars have accepted Honus.A -- --- <:'

acres for Eaton & 'Co ; the former, has man and beast. left Cuba last June and has been visiting the challenge of the Ikuntonbov's spiendul col'ectuii of magazines I[ Sirs Knapp passed through 'ere to V I J

i five acres which he will take chances on He next showed me his pines and relatives in Maine since then, awaiting for a socigVff fl&f< Ito iijxjiher penodica's, books of tra\e1'I' N'e- Smyri.a r.-tvrday morning, where

of a cold wave this winter, and the latler I explained to me his plan for protecting the first movement' of the colony ph}' duAayi B V the etc., are OT hind fir the u-* of i: she will he enjigwl for a lew weeks. in
they will trust to luck. v <' '# t'i i : : idea that ;| >ettmg! up the sta'e o' her j-ter, the
which mistaken
ten acres them, which, to say the least, is unique, and its effects to La Gloria.Tl The business; men "su"iirihed toa its hoped that, the .
Mr. Taylor has a field of five acres and !jor more properly bringing, "Great fuu.l for clearing a iId for this and a Le( or'I;. ,{d of Sjuie :kind is to tJe i iuiadei !J. !tat\ Mrs. Hswlev, w'.io-cf'eath! JKaiti

has covered one acre. I asked Mr. a attention of the trateling public and : wilbt c'jrrectc.i in the minds of: was noleTl ia these columns a couple of
I Birnam wood to high Dunstnane hill. ; gamgp, twjfje! tbere is LO i i weeks ago.Ashley .
Taylor if there were any fields east of I His field is bordered by a spruce pine is called to the business card of the' future;3
him and he told me there was only one, thicket Sand he intends to cut them Seminole Hotel. While the formal 1: today to take whatever"merttcine. .4t" the' hshne..t and siiteD.mce: : of the read- !! : G.nuruleau, one of the lit .

which he had foiaictly superintended, .down, sharpen the ends and stand themin opening will not occur until a date to be visitors have to give them as a starter. ing r>ont has been assumed by the' known men in transportation circles in

and that the owner, ilr:. 0 K. Wood, rows about five feet apart, and in this announced later in Tug Srtc yet ,the" --e. hflii-s. and they \\11110k to the bushiest the State as well as one of the most

who lives in Brevaid County.Mas at his way cover his nine-acre field. On our house will be open to the public for1' We!, have at Delray some of the best. men aA;! tiny others kinJIy di!.po-ed toaisit genial and popular of the boys, has

place about one mile distantI walk home we stopped under a live-oak their accommodation on Monday cext. vegetable lands on'"the'-'Easi' Coast, far: tare by v >;iun:ary: conir.buliousgu'ch' ;i heen appointed FJonda; Passenger Agent >

found Mr. Wood at home and enjoyed where he had built rustic seats; here THE SUN predicts for the new management eater: rent or sale; easy terms. Applyto ', is rise!{ } may feel! diSixised to mike <>f the Southern! R\ :'u\' for the Et

: the .conversation, we :had very our conversation toot another turn.: I a'most prosperous season 'and Gleason Brothers, Emu Gallic, ? ..ch. a plat: for the gathering and Coast c.f Florida, with headquarters at .'

much ;lie showed me over this plantation -:t told him I had heard it stated that' "he. assures its patrons. that ,they .wili receive entertainment of young men has long Jacksonville. R. W. Hunt has been

containing tb ltv acres, and .from, had toted 'against the Chicago ticket,r every serviceand attention within Wanted-at THE TRO IC.\L S-us once:: been ne ,je'l and nov that it is provided promoted to the posi/ion of District f

what I saw he will fool Jack Frost, if reason. Especial attention will be -a boy who desires to -learn'the priut-I the'la J.e* hope loeits opportunities Passenger Agent of that System, head. _

that unwelcome visitor,put in .an ap-: .lConI(. or paaeigM.) 1 given to the cuisine and table service., ,'s trader all its toanchei J enjoyed by a goodly number. I quarters at Agusta', Ga, ,
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GIFTS rOR CHBISTfflAS.' It la. an A Excellent MArUDOLIN Preaeit COVER..... du. I, ,: SIRMN'S B. M. POTTER,

steal Frleaa.Now II I .

Things to Make and How to that BO many persona mea.and BAZllll-R1 -DKALEBIM. -
wcmen. play the mandolin, foMUfiOt
Make Them. banjo an opportunity Is afforded "far&

I homemade Christmas gift which-111 Hay, Grain, Feed, Fertilizers

i exemplify that rare combination sentiment Only D0pMtasnt Store to.TO UD.
HOVEL SHIELD FOR and usefulness, and will be as \. '" '. 8 ; '
adaptable to masculine as to feminine < (.
I. Made of Cream Satin and U tastes. It is a fiat shield or cover to .
Prices for Gash Terms Strictly Cash.
Close '
t. Limed With Wadded Silk or Chai place over the Instrument, Inside the Special
case to keep it secure,from* Invading .
alarm rnet.n. Cabinet For the dampness or dust. The shield -Uln>'

a He... : trated is for a mandolin but precisely11ANDOLU ThauksgiYBgOfferillg! OFFICE IN PALUS BLOCK. rrest Palm Beach rl
t Aa Christmas approaches the one AdwertiereWho Warehouse in Welt End Freight Depot. r a.

predominating thought Is, "What con << .
I make that will be an attractive present

F !" It la easy enough to choose New ,Goods-Winter .Styles and Fabrics
ready manufactured things out of the :FOB THIS wax.Douglas .
hop, but there are some friends to 4 4d t.-Yft; COUIN3 IN EVERY DAY AT THE

. whom one would prefer to give a bit 4l Use theColumns 1: .,.
of our own handiwork.A HONEST :
little article which however answer l :>;:.. Shoes
a practical purpose while afford I Our Lady Patrons are invited to call and inspect our hew l
To fit your feet.........$2.50 to f 4.00 Patterns and Shapes in Fall and Winter Goodi.BURKHARDTS .

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ofr.TBE. Hats

,' .\ The Enfleld in all co1ar.....-...tt.50. November
'. !. 30 1899.
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Qla Manhattan in all colon.__. 2.00
You'll Get all the Active Propertiesof

Neckwear Wheatlet, Germea* Farina, .

:- Imperial Tie_...,,........._.......... 50 ; and every other kind of wheat product la a healthier and more eoocea
\ Prince ol'Wales.(Embroider'd) 50 trated form '
I d

a1'fiDPiGAL Ladies'.Oapes Its regular use tones the system cures constipation and is agree- V
t able to the most delicate and the most robust person. It U a boon to O

I jUtrakau, Short........?....,....., $2 00 nursing mothers, and sends the blood rich and red coursing through tie
veins of wan and pallid children for the great good it does it.would
Astrakan, Long......,....._....... 2.50I be cheap at triple the price.

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I a City Directory. L. W. BURKHARDT, Fino&t& GrOC8nCJ.

I \ .. :SUN Store 'Phone No. a. Residence 'Phone No. 3.

,, WILMON WHILLDIN.... .__..MayoGEO. t KXX<
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'. .it ; t .L ADAMS,Clerk,Attewor d Treararei .
< "I.- _...__._..Maraha:
: ?' '. \ :> PAUL C.JONES
IlL O BOARD OF ALDERMEN; oteoeonaoootraasIi' :

\ CEO.W. POTTER._...____..:..Preiidenl
COVK& r Cou meeting on the lit,and 3d Tuesday
IUf the same Idea may be used for a ftslttr 44J1. each month,at;;ja p.m. What tenant art Bow to Gww aa4f ,
... PR ru
or banjo the shape only being altered -- -OA
Jr to fit the different case. County DIrectory UNMT Maktaf PraMa II tM......

f The material used Is felt or toe Ana ,.. NstTreraGrapesFIeta X.m ..V',
ttigh) Orada Try,' u4srtterorase.
cloth cut In the proper form sad pfak- It Is The COUNT Y OFFICERS.A. ._ Citna Tritoliaw ...........
ed or embroidered hi scallopl.aroUD4 UII Low Prices awaul aTcr
5 PIA5O KEY SBIELD. E. HEY8KB... ?. M..._M. County JuJge rove ud"
the edge. Along the middle a musical: )
.. Court Clerk
'a lag scope for the exercise of dainty staff with notes. Is carefully embroidered HOST.QUIMBY..Circuit R. TAYLOR'. Prosecuting Attorney 1) ..CATAUXJUE FREE... The Grifiiig osr fit
4 needlework Is a fiat strip of silk satin with etching silk and the la- :. R.J. CHILUJiGWOBTH--8h.rt1r 9 Ifi ,
: 's or cloth made just the length and genuity and tAste 'ot the.maker'are % .- M.E.GRCBEKTax. AuepeorU ;9 Nurseries and Test Gronads at- .r POMONA NURSERIES
: width of, the piano keyboard to lie displayed In' the selection. of the bit j4 upon the keys and protect them from music Inscribed. E. H. DIMICK.__........? ,.TTfinTf.T I :
dust when the piano is not In use. Of Of course It should be la the torn 4R HESTALvert1siug 'WILL H,RCSSEIi,Snpcrviwr o(IcgiairittoiiKRANKLYNSHEEN
course the piano la kept closed but which music Is written for the particular ; ........_.....Suneyor r
even then dust and moisture will pene Instrument the shield Is to protect Z.T.MERItI'I'T;._8npt, hbllc'ID8tJ'ution

trate more or less. and. by preference, part of some melody COUNTY COMMISSIONERS THE BaRMAN HOUSE
The shield shown In the sketch Is of of which the player Is fond. 'At N.W.PITTS.l.talrmu............ Late Worth .
cream satin, lined with wadded silk. I the broader part of the cover there Is 0.W.iAISllART._ ..._.., Paln.Beach Is now open for Winter Travel.
or. better yet with chamois and fin an additional embroidered decoration ,\ W. J. SHONE. '''''''M'.Coeouut Grove BEST OP ACCOMMODATIONS.-TABLE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS,
ished at-the edge by a silk cord. Upon of flowers 'or conventional designs.No R.E. MeUOXALD ___... ..;,.-_ .'(Y.IIJIw.V.ltusmNG.M.M -a.th8Ldco.Uo-- t
'J the satin Is a musical scroll design in metallic threads, tpangiM'beads m I : ...NepuaeCm Rate Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot.
silk embroidery with floral wreaths ought to be used aa they .!f& 4uioner meet in regular session on
surrounding it Upon the scroll Is em- scratch the surface "f the Instrument.The < be Ant Monday in each month Address Mrs. S. E. EARMAN, WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.

broidered part of the piano score of shield Is lined with plain or tinted FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.
some piece of music and In order to bed chamois leather which Is fastened 'to t. Mamas IMOM ABI COVHTT.
appropriate It should be a real. readable the outside by lines of machine stitch EN..DUIICJC.Palm B acli..,...__.Senator "
t score not a haphazard collection of ing. '. P.8. MORSE. MUmL.RepretunUtive THE TRAVELERS
& i notes arranged Ignorantly. I : : r COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. ,
t t .' 1 It the shield is to be given to a PRETTY WALL POCKET. *, MEDIUM aaiHtuiDBirT OP rvauc WSTRDCTIOM :

young married couple the beginning ,)f 1 Z.T. MK "TT---?.... .....Lemon City NEW MANAGEMENT-
the wedding march with garlands of A f.eful Gift That la Sat DIBevlt to .s. 1 ", XUH" or iDKtfoi. ..*.u. FELIX GARCIA Prop Jacksonville Fla
Make. J. W. : Grove ,
; orange' blossoms, would be an appropriate JACmONibiirmanH.Coeoanut
:y design.! If it is preferred a There are all sorts of basket work articles S K.B.RISC__ _. .. .. .. .......Jupiter
vocal score with the words may IH. In willow and straw which maybe A.W.GARNETT..___.._.. ....Hypoluxo Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Seivice.
11 for the piano as turned to good purpose for Christmas .ek' --' .
substituted score
Hotel in Florida.
The $2.00
singing usually accompanied by they presents. Resides the usual assortment Of Any State .Directory.
piano. of wastebaskets, workbasketf Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to atop at the Trawler a-u.,
In every house little articles of bric- aud ciotheslmskets which an the department it EXECUTIVE DEIARTMEN

a-brac photographs and curiositieswill stores keep on hand, there 1 W. BLOXUAM............. ... ... Goteraor
collect. and it Is often difficult to JNO.L.CRAWFORD.__.Secretary of State
find space for them: hence the popularity WII. B. REYNOLDSComptroller
= STOKr.;
of shrives brackets! and wall JAMES WRITFIRLD..Tiesegrey
cabinets. And bits of furnishing of F/ WM.B.LAMAR.............Attorney General G .
that sort are nearly always acceptableas WEEKLY <.EAPEEIn W.Y.8UKAT8 .._ Dp&.Public Instruction
gifts. This Is one of the rare cases L.B.WOMBWELL.bw. Agriculture ..J. DEALER IN S._.
better J PATRICK HOUSTON.._ Adjutant General
where home manufactures are
than that which Is bought unless indeed iIiIIIII1i.r Y.w...u.'fON.JJL'M..... SurveyorGeneralUOec.
.at Tallahassee, Florida. : Staple and Fancy Groceries
one buys very expensive cabinet : ,
work. In attempting any rich article
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:: R. TAUAFERRO JaccsooTllle
it is best to have
of furnishing a carpenter :
make the deal foundation 'according ,The. S.R.MALLORY..' ..-__ ._ _.Pensacola I : Grain and all Food Supplies.
to directions because the cabinet U. S. CONGRESSMEN.
1 must be strong and feminine carpentering ,. ORS W.DAVIS.............__ .....PalatkaH. -. '
Is usually not trustworthy.First y / 't M.SPAKKMAH_...............Tampa
a woman has not the necessary SUPREME COURT JUDGES.

strength In her hands and arms: next. 1t.B.MABRy.....................Chief Justice Always Fresh Kept II Suck. .
she has not the proper tools and. last. F.B.CARTER.ialelu8&ieeB. .. .,
she has not been taught the trade. It .'.TAYLOIL_._........ .. Your Patronage Sohc ted.. -
Is desirable to make a sketch of the STATE OfFLUBIDA R. R. COMMISSIONERS.H.
West palm Beach fla. '
shape of the cabinet, give the desired H. E.DAY Chalman......... _Gainesville 4-14 ,
dimensions and the thickness of the t.U.MORGAN__ ....____Jasper
wood and let the carpenter put the J.M. BRYAN..,.____ __KUimmee
framework together. JOHN[ L.NEELRT.Ja.Clerk.- --Arcadia
t This may be enameled or stained but I .-* .. '... 4I ..... ,.,, .. Headquarten and offices of the Board at Tal-
tt then challenges rivalry from bought lahaHee.
cabinets which are finished in the aI'
same way, but by professionals. So General DIrectory.
the most successful amateur ones are -

I are and often wall pockets oddly woven which shapes offer a of Geld bagp fox :Advertising. COURT(Seventh CALENDAR.t reuit.) .SPRUCE PINE RIDGE..,. I'-.'

N F ingenious decoration. There are ever M.8.JONES..................- Circuit sage
I so many ways of ornamenting a wan J. D.BEGU8....__........State'Attornei8PRIJJQ Wild Lemon and Sour Orange i stock. Also full line TROPICAL FRUIT and i.:'
pocket shape. It may be simply gilded, ,
y bronzed stained or enameled all over Bate.Sheet OtceoU County- 1st M Monday" in" March... J JDo
lib and hung up by a bow of ribbon, or It Orange 4th" M M
may have ribbon woven all throagtl M 1
W April.
Y the basket work or It may have little feluiia Brevard 4th M M You Want a \

i } lambrequins at the front and back A! Dada 1st Monday atttr 4th Monday STEAMBOAT?
1 embroidered linen plush or silk. 4 in April. We have them to Sell and if we have ij)
rather novel mode is Illustrated. The I Will be Sent on Application I FALL TERM.OeceolaConntylet Just none what on howl you to want.suit,mesa build .
wall pocket Is of willow made In the j I Monday. in October.
WALL CABINET. ordinary shape The back Is entirely i Orange M 4 -.. We are also] Prepared .
those which are covered with stretched covered, except the top edge wttk i Lake 4th To Furnish
plush brocade cretonne or denim shirred liberty satin. The front ef the, Yatuola "" ,M 4th *M N NOT.. y
: to match the room where they are to pocket is covered with satin gathered Brevird lit Monday af\ertbe 4th MOD-
be hung. at the top and bottom, and across U Ja, day in November Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.Write .
The goods are cut In the proper form an X formed by two bands of ribbon' GOrTSIGNAL SERVICE ,.

v for the different parts of the frame- tied In the middle and terminating /.W.CBONJI: ..............._ ..DEEPe''. i
!, work and are then applied Just as paper bows at the upper corners. AU the, Observatory at Jupiter lulet.GOVT or call on ns for Anything in
Is pasted on the wall except that basket work which shows Is gilded I HOUSE SERVICE. Our Line that you need. i
i the paste Is put on the wood Instead of Near the top of the back a small {fit, LIGHT

on the' goods. There should be a little I book Is secured upon which a watch, ; A.Light ARMOUR Noose Jupiter..........InleUJAMES .Keeper Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co.

clue In the paste and the goods should may be hung and at one corner of tbs J.A. WELLS............-J._....IrtAiristanV ,
be tacked at the edge/ to bold It In place back Is a how of ribbon. Thll poeklst4s BRNJ. WELLS. ...................tt! Asei Last JACKSONVILLE FLA.;
'until it I Is quite dry The
luatnted'is covered with old flavored side to bold the handkerchief.. tookr, .. U. A._LAND._ _.OFFICE. _.RfgisrtrOnVc 12-J4-tj1 Jacksonville Marine .,
brocade, the edges being) finished withheld watch and similar trifles that nilj'b* k tT t knt H.B.CRTJRB. at UainOTille.--Florida. Fire Railways
gimp by ornamental nails. during the night.

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SOFA PILLOWS... ; furnishings. AI';gifts I theyarerivaled. fr"-\f> '1.y: :: FURNITURE' I.. iT'J:; O'4ji.' HEW CROP SEEDS F* Fall and Whiter
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4 ;4 fft {'U':i j:' every pillow ...Sowing.. c
t ( .. what a wealth of cotton material: b Q.seh Sew1nlxa: ,

Christmas Presents That: Will found,1D,the/D&rlIet!.Textures In solid The Beat Michine Made. tight. Running. ana Finest stocks of Cabbage Cauliflower Celery and Lettuce Black
tones form a unique background for Noteless f r t Golden and Valentine Wax Beans; Georgia and Florida Rye; Texas

I,Please,AllWomen.VjfeS .. these pretty affairs. In ginghams and Florida Rust Proof Oats. I "Write for price list.
54 ..'\ .. :: ,.0r Sole Anent for the famous Wall Trunk. Vat e

b r- TWO. t.t.VEEY, .. ATTELOTIPE g ,; ? DESIIGI&11r.e all there sizes are, and different there colors are agra of plaids linens In In Irenes made.pwte-to oNer.Use of ACorn- 1 L: CAMERON Seedsman, 125 East.Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '

beautiful tints and denims rich In
.. .- tone and fine ,In' quality. Even the ,

Leather Glfta"*That Ar. mm dull velveteen offers Itself as a scheme ct all deaerifiiioB at Rock Bottom Prices both

for. artistic decoration. whole.ak) ud Bctall. Haby Carriages'Jrom |8 _
aakabl.P.s a'rar'Wa.anM.G .
; Mem
The pillow indicated Is of agra linen ape |20. Go Cart., Refrigeratunlepth.Ms, 'Plant System'THREE
'I, .*4 PraaUB>. Deav Uawtkv. Pll- !
or denim. The model shown In acorns
..wa AM rinds., and green leaves is of denim In a rich' Ktt.5ft '

There once' old shade of tan. For the d<<'Oration'fur-i have a eomUxnnient of Oak Ltlners and
was an woman who
Geed Backers that will be ao 4.9erl' low. "e' SHIPS A WEEK TO KEY WEST AND HAVANA. x
lied In a shoe arid had se many chUdren wished the'-green"'l v inay b?i"'m- handle the Famous Cleveland ..
and Rambler
-", ahe didn't know what to do but i broidered IB solid- tints of, their rtspbctive -, BI{'YCI..m' fcorthboBBd-Bead' Duwa Time Table U Effee I See ..__1c.MIoI t>

theretneVe was a>;woman'who had : shades or be outlined and then ro.140. ''N o.;.'.08NO... : 73-rrt6; Na June 11. 1/9. Central o7t71i.. U >.. U a..ii/s.u*
X' Daily Duly Daily 90th Merldlaa) Tin Dally Dally Daily
\too many pretty iota pillows Just I worked In their different tones with Especial: atteetloa given to our Mall Order. ....... 0 SOU -7" 0 1.7 OOPy _v..PortTauipa..Afc .iliuly...... 1. it' 7 ___.

p 'keep this fact In'mlnd when yon arc the long and short stitch. Tbe acorow Waitiaraatee,, gatlstuctkWv but la gooda: and ....... ....... ....... .....,-LT.Tampa iioul.Ar.. ...,... ....... ....... ....... -.
i should be done in their natural rices. Call on ns,or Bend in order to ....... 0 s 7 JiPJ I 7 SSPJLT.......T njpa-.....Ar.OOP .......10 10 710 __
wondering what yon will give Aunt solidly : .. ; '........ Than. 111 II Dora 0 *LT..... Lakeland.....Ar. ....... 1401 I IIIWI( :._,.
Kate CousinJanet or. Mra Goode colors. the cups well defined In French 15 aail 17 Ultra JACKSONVILLE FLA. ....... HSu.flo 12S3MIItePJ 10 40PJ 10 .LT.Kwsimmee..Ar.' _.... 15IIAII!._._
J'rIe04..l And alsolbeorinmind knots. that the body Is given the ONLY 16.00 ....... 11 O115PJ son LT...... Orlando....Ar.700U .......
that so- --21 '........ ....... ,11t2PJt11091Lr..WlaterPark.: ...Ar. ..... .A.. 1....
IOta pillows are as suitable for men appearance of raised work for each D. E., COOPER M'fg Co. ....... I aura 13: 45U,12 45ULT...... Ban told ....-&.r. ._... f 9 I W ._,..
as for women -They area a useful con- one., Around the four edges of the pillowla .' ....... 7 36U| 1 S8M| 1 22UJ 1 22U LT..Orange City Jet. Ar. ....... e I 1 .......
.........150' J30PJZ45PJ ........ .......| ........ !, ._.... ._...
tenlence for a/piau'adeE'pretty: ,effects -. a:twistedi'cotton, cord1'in dullbrowns. ....... 715Ulion ....... .... ..IAL..DeLind..L'r. ....... Ss II ....... .......
,. In,comfort for the, boudoir and ., These cords are pretty; come .i t 6 lop IDUI a Palaiks..Ar. ....... 11 N I 11 .If 1511-
: tuoouI11MU 305PJI 6MPJ901PJ S25U Ii 251a.L.GreeaCuveSprteg&A, ...._.
't. I' 4W4 I S S t51P.1:
fumJshings for all room In all shades and as a finish are S, ,.;. ': ,I : t : r. # stun! S tiut S S9U Lr.Magnolia Soiiaga.Ar. .......10 "..". ". IS or,til
Sofa pillows are presents that never charmingly, appropriate. j' ,. .., I #IJ21WJtTOOU 6401 700PJtrnott' 1 40U 6 OJJ |Ar.JACK:!ONV1LL11Lv. ....... 1 I1 I 2i4.onl

amiss; and be-made MBS. OUTER Box Bracx. == _.... 5 OOU == =... LT..SL Feteral uc..Ar. ....... 1J -....
come they may in..West"PaIm ....... ....... 5 41Ufl. ..... ....... LT. Beura1r..Ar. ....... 11 ._.... ....... .......
Recognizing the demand :: Lu..larpoa hpnags..Ar. ._... 0.415... ....... .......
Lv..... TrilIl1..Ar ....... 7 /015...... ....... .._...
\. FOR THE HOUSEWIFE. Beach for ....... ....... 118M ......... Lv.....Lee.burg..Ax.. ....._ I In.,...... ....... .
..... OOPJ' ....._ .._... LT..... Ocala Ar. ._... I 401'...._... ....... t. r.N
............... lops ....._ ....... Ar. ... Galneavflle..Lv. ....... 1 iOPi._.. __. 17 5115
DaJmtr Doillea For the Breakfast. Table '' .__. oopi....... ....... Lv.... UaineaTille..Ar. _. ... .I.. .. .......
uChriatniu Glfta. Good Ice at Reasonable Rates 1 i845i5 :...... OIF ....... LT.... Bawtbone..Az.. ...._ 11SP ..- ._. ..11 UI'I'
In All homes where dainty accessories ,, t. ....I.........2 lout'._.... ...... Ar.'.....Palatka......LT.Ar.JACgSOXVn.LKLT.. .......11 ... .....:. 'tva
f -'<. i= ooPS f ....... ..:.... : = 9.211 ....... ....."' uo1J1a
are one of the table's features there / Courteous Treatment of ill ......- == :
Pate ; OOP'* .... .. 8 OuU Lv..TACXSONVILLEAr. 11O 0 GOPI 12 i$ Iul _.
are many.,pretty yet serviceable objects I ass-...... tort ....... 9 45U Ar..... Wayera8a..LT. III .IOAIll 5651.:)......:.
decoration 7 MM; .... 11 44PK .......10 ':WI.Ar. ......Jeaup ......LT. 1281 'GUill' SSJ j ._..
whlcbjnake up an everyday 845M ?..... ....... 12 5fJ Ar. .... Savsuuak ....LT. 1201.>>' 1 40 100f -...
'One of them ls"TiT hot bread ....... ... .( 613U720U .._... 424PJAr. Cbarleeua..LT.Sichmoad t31Uf. II Liz: ._...
which well cooked The Arctic Ice Works ....... ....... ....... I YIUAr.a $ ... LT.Washinpon ....... 1 ,'A i ...... __...
doily keeps warm .._... .._.. n _.... 7 ltaAr.H ..LT ....... and l.n _..... _.._
rolls'> good rom bread :or' snowy bis :...... ....... 2OAII''U e Baltimwe..Lv ....... a sou saw.ucsuutsn1....... ._..
ri nmlle- ....... ....... >103A51..8 2544 AL 5 Philadl'iplta..Lv.! ....... ...... _....
Christmas the :
cults. 4As a gift OF MIAMI FLORIDA _...... ._.... .?.... ..' sew; YlIlk..Lv. ....... I KH I tUi._.... .....
.J :worker has much td KT-ln, In a', device ; ....... ....... 300PJI1030PJ .... 0 OOPJ Ar.1 ..Boston ....LT .. :.. tl /rt is oss ....... ... ...
4j A T which costs but little and Is pleasing to m- m m m i ..... ....... : 10 15U Lv.....Waycroaa ._&x.U .._.. 1 iii I_.... .......
!. all friends who love home and ...-.. ._... SiSUI ... tSPJ AT. ......Tiftun ......LT. ....... I i 4 Ai....... S UP.* .......
G'A rBCTTT ACOaS D8SIGXla women Have made to full -...... ....... 4UU72S1M ....... 4 15I'JI.Ar..Yaooa ,.?..]>. _.... 11 .._. II :SCUt--..
Its ornamentations. i arrangements carry, a ....... ....... ._." ,35I'.IArM..At.laIIa..Lv.; ... S =__. 7 lOut.......
i-1 a variety that is endless., Besides, ; ....... ....... 100PJSSifJ ....... 10e AL..Cn.tt.ooogs..Lv.... 1 .. ... I' .......
they can be furnished In'every-!ziate'a Jiot.bread. doilies are umt attractive supply.of Ice which will be delivered'.to ....... ....... ._.... 4UUljAr. ...MMhUle.. Lv. _..... O 1Wa'...... 0 aon ...._.
vial and also decorated In number prewnts. They are delight '.=:: == 10'SOPJI,lUSUIU ::::::LT..... Wll_ ...Ja 10 OUfJ .OOAII..:.:: ::::: __...
I any to look upon and are t'01t1l1.made. Cut all parts of town,promptly and-.regular ....... ....... g>>'P512 Oft ..... LT...... Dn:pont..... ArAr..YaHnsU..LT 8 45W 4. 541U?....... ...... .......
: of'ways to suit all places. In fact: '._... .._ U ( i our... 7 stes] a uu.._... .._,.: .......
M tfcey are .Indispensable' dainty furl ly. We will endeavor, to merit your ._... .:.... 1 '0$ 2 SUP .._.. ALTbomuvfUe..Lv.. a $5P I 50AI..,.... ....;.. ._.... ,
....... ....... 8 t 10 ....... Ar.....Montgomery....LrLT. 1125u745nri| .,
,nishers which give a home atmosphereeverywhere. patronage. ....... ....... 8 9 45W ....... .?.UoBtzooisry...Ar. 1112U T25MI .. ....
t., ._... .......115915'122519....... Ar. .,.BmI1mlhalll..Lv.. 142JLa] 4 .. : ....
l/ ...........;... 7 lOPJl 4 SOU$ .... ... Ar .....NashiUle..Ly. 121U: tOOU -.. ....
Pillows differ In treatment each sea ....... ....... 7 t-ra 7 nu :GAIl LT......NaabTilla..A& .1 840U64SWI100M ....... 'lilt .......
ion. New ones are made and sold but ._.. .- 2 SOU 1J705U :sr..12 WAL.... sualsnUe..Lv': 9 12ml 2 UU11U _-----I a&nt......
EMILE D. ANTHONY Manager. ....:. ....... 4 aS 4 t5BI Ar.'.... CinefiawtL..Lv ....... 11 MM),...._
those of home manufacture are often -
== 809U a UrJI B'UPJTAr.Nota 1..Cbiugo.Lt i ton 7 DUFJISOWll __ .......
the best especially: the lever needle.vromad 'e ., ....... !
; :- IlOfl7"20U 7 ISU7i 7 lauTAr. .Mete ..Chkag o.L > 4SU TJOPJ
understands-the:laws'of decoration .' ,..... .. '=..=..=... ....... m"7 IV*Ar..IaJa'LouII..I.T.!: _StSUISWfrflOtal_ ...- :.;..:.;..:.;. 84euil I:.:.:.:.:.:.:.

and makes..a happy selectionof == ....... l22wa- == LT. ...Koa ...h I'....,.. ==4== i
colors. '. ,..;... ....... 412M Bill74JUW. .... Ar........Mob........LT U 204412 WI .,.. .. .._ i
.t :: : .... ....... 8 SOW ....... .N..OrIeatl..Lv. T4Jn4 ., biota .-...... .....:::1........
charming affair' which Is singular- i h Rote 1-Via Krananlle. Mute; 2-\ia liaciHaati or Louiaville. Dm at atatMW marked t
.appropriate for' mea' la made of nndnaaod limn t la dailr. except Solid. Time shown at all other stations U dairy.

calf. with an etched or burnt '. .. THROUGH CAB SETITICT.

&>eora'tJonThe model shown In'the Established 1875. Sos.n and$5 are TestlbnM earn rrams, anti Pullman sleepers between Port Taapa,Jark
fllustraUoB .taclndes two. .colors the .aooTille and hew York via Ailaatie feast Line and PrnnsylTaaia Jt iIroM. -
)(IlL 78 ao>l:23 carry Pullman sleeper 1k-tweealaebolirille sad New York.
center being of a"rich tan the border f'ACROT KM.n and 21 carry ttulwaa alee...,.betweea Port Tampa aad JookatariUa.
William A. Bours & 'Co. No,J8aad Pallmaa U.' ktweo Jaeksmtille
c{ green simply stitched on by the any p rs and Claciaaati,.Tk Vmtgnxam,
,. ,and L. t ).KB. Sleeper en >o.M runs from Port Tampa to ClneteatLNaa..I
machine. If preferred one single and O carry r>r llr an stopen betwwn JackKuville tad ht LooK via Vcatcnmnr sad
piece can be used Instead of two. In BREAD DOILY Ifobiie k UII'B. R.:b twpea Jaehsaavtle and 8\LwI. Tia JIOBtcomery and Lot IvIlJe ia.,a. .
Title K. :&. sad bet+r.a J..tiaonrilia lad St. Laala, via Pftaa, Ctisltanm
a piece of fine linen 13 Inches square. and ; AUmta. afiaahtilla.
r either case'thf leather lament: out .thf' Grain Garden Seeds .Fertilizers' MarUa....nilaoU Central Railway'
desired'stee-and' the.dt! lgJbUl'Dtilnwith .Thls:map' be'itoubket and warned on ,

an etching tool or. more simply the edges. or the linen may he of a Plant Stssisship User SteamshiPs butte and Mi 9ittf,,

stIl with an ordinary slate pencil.aTpomthelInriulyln heavier sorf. uch as that known an No. 6 EAST. BAY STREET -:.- JACKSONVIIJ.B. ..: i ir I. Sat,Wad.-and Men....11 SOPI'LT... .......EovwsAL I 10.1I....."*...,Sat.and Yale
butcher's and left single; : and walloped ... haL", Wed.and Moa.... 7 3tU Ar. .._...Icy We ......LT.An. t 9 .........Taea:, :Fri and ttaM.
; c lpsnet-to a finishIn' 1 ., Sat, Wed. and Won ..... 9 SOPS Lv..._... :Key W......?.. I S WfJ....'!Taea Frl sod tea.
l. l ;foetal=, .handle and r tbeated, 'redbotetching or tr aged' as a any caW the We handle only the Best and most Reliable Heal A complete Stock of '*'.. 8ua Tbnra. vA Taea... 1 JOT \\Ai....:..fort Tampa.....LT. It ton. Maa.Taara.aid gat.fileepif .
. h, d l Ue tooJIs; of'eouree. corners should be folded over to meet g ear merraiwa mad any lentfia of time in &.dratand' s.1 iaiwautim fvaiaW it

. better and will produce broader re- at the center as Indicated In the: Illustration Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran Wheat Grits % ; she City Ticks Offiea, Lid Wed liay Bireet,JackaoiTille. or by sddreotaf .
F. X. "JOIXT. DiT. Paaa. Agent W. T. Waxy it,. Faas. ,
on each tftBOfia' th. tnhrnliforv \ Afaat
. atta ',thft; ,leather l, scorches ,so readily: deal : 1M W. Bay aia., "_IODvm., Fl% Tanpa, n..
that 'the1 homemade device' can be ; should 1)(0 lvorittd. Meal, Cattea Seed l; Both Bright and Dark a. .. .a rIw. H. F. PLANT; B. DUMHASC. B. w.Ulnitrated wun.
'In schemes shown the one In'! a df- ,. PneWoa&. Vko t.. p1 Talk Ker.
made to answer for simple things. ....IN. ....'. U..LY. M s.a's.a
When--th1 decoratlau-la' :. the Il nof. wheat U embroidered In a fine -AT WHOLESAL2- Mrra7ta-
PlayingCarda eaa be aecored SB ..
at cents per 4ok a apcllcatioa
four edges of the two pieces cut for floss shows of pale straw color while the corn Sute Agents for,Jygert-Allen Fertilizer Co. b opaa o' the Plant KyiUsa. .
the cushion are punched with round the kernels In an even decoration

boles at Intervals of two inches or of cream white the busks being Star Brand r'ertUiwntinarautwd.inHlysiB, Omnge tre> and' Vrgrtnlilr Fertllix"r. e
worked dt'llcatetender i ground Boue Nitrate sola. Muriate of Potash, nniphate Potaan, Kanit,eta Tnem Fei.
J In
thereabout and bound together with carefully a I their. hat no superior in the Market,and a trial Till eooTiace..
cut from the green. Yet, If. the embroiderer is an Send for C .*locu .I'rM- 1e.r.1.
thongs or narrow strips
:1 I loather. '1 Tae skins can be obtained amateur In the working, of silks au Florida East Coast Ry. t

easier subject can be given such as a
from large dealers in leather or from ,

',' .those, who.handle etching materials few daisies scattered here" and: there Ocean Steamship Company TIME TABLE NO. 21. IN EFFECT SEPT. 10. 1899.Taa .
and are not overcostly. while the pillows over each triangle.; 'or violets'can do

>ar 'durable 'bj the""extreme and duty ,If this treatment Is made In fine ,IOUTH BOUND (Read Dowu\ NORTH BOUND (Bead Up\.

may be cleaned If necessary.. The design linen,then the'dolly niai have a two "SAVANNAH LINE N o. ,z.0.1J.

'suggested Is a good one. but even Inch border and above It a hemstitch 1JUDa 1 STATIONS. Daill N OlD Dtul,e

impier things t can be done. if preferred while around the entire square,may be '% Florida* "l 6Pil"b Leav...........,......._.... .IackllOnrille................. ...Arr v. f a>p Ez I w. '
like a fleur-de-lis. Conventional an embroidery In a delicate' vine of .t5p peau Atrtro....................... 8t.Augu.stine .................,,....Leav. /WP 9tin I
:: 8 I Leave ...................... 8t. AOgllniDe :......................Arrive eup fJ dt1Leav.
,patterns such u'stars, disks or morning glories or a dainty grouping' To New York + And Boston. J a7pr[I II .;......_........ ........ Hastmn.... ..................... 656p 1I(1ta

scrolls, even the human figure, can be of bkttsoms.. making for either one a .a. irplitiiii Arrive.................. ... h1alka ...... .. ...... ....Love 43rp S24i
cleverly depicted or a landscape by decorative scheme. .... TG,.. ''r ii i; u-.e .... ............ PalAtke .... ..... ........ Arrive.-MCI- 1 lot.rp .

the' amateur who understands the Another'' pretty ornamentation Is a A, Short :Hail'Bide: to Savannah, Thence ,..... Arrive. .......... .......... can Mateo. ................. Ltave... 3.ITaua

principles ot drawing. -This pillow monogram .in"raised work. Instead of I L e ive ... ....................6au Msteo... ......... ....... Arrive Sip -......

A Short Sea Voyage. S 11m' L.avo....................... East f'aJatka.....................Leave 524p 8
serves as. ,a background* for such .......................... OnnQr.d.... II 14p 71.-
schemes.' Sailing from Savannah: f1 sap 1 i: ....-...... Daytona._...:.............:.... 886p$ 'lOIa i
n Y
Another affair and of 1ROT I Ci6p' .:.........:.:.. -......Pori Orange... ........... .. .... SOOp 1151..
stylish very I 5 Ships ,Each Week 6 ....................... New 8ml _.................... II Oitle ,
Inexpensive make Is the scroll plUow."wbleh'li 141 l .22jJ ....................... Oak Hill ....... .._.............. .. 22ip 11M
.kIP ......................... TUusville. ........................ : !0 J.a
made of gray chamois, one of r ...... asp .........................CIty PoUl',.............. ........ .. 111 ......
those deBclons tints which: this leather All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with Idling schedules. Write for general -.... $ .. ............................ Cocoa ... ........................ .. ....
information ...... ......................... Rockledl8.:........................ II t04p .. __. s
so often affords. The model shown In sailing schedules stateroom reservation or.call on' S...... 4 ....................., .. Eau Gallie ......................... II 12 sap....
the Illustration'Is' couched In a pat E.'Hr HINTON Traffic WALTER' I ...... 4 II'p.. ......................... Melbourne ....... ................. II 12 2.p .....".
tern of'conventional with Manager : HAWKINS. Fla. Pa*. Act., i ...... ".. -...................... Ro eland ........:................. II 11 1. ...
treatment. Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville Fla. ...... Ii ........................, iebalitl&l1 II U46.F. .. ..
6-to4 ..... : ........................_ ...
:Japanese gold thread sewed on with I. 1i6'p I5t. Lucie ................... 106Sa: ......
...... IIIJ II ........................ .
Fun Pierce w ........... ....... II 19,1m ......
silk of the same color. The larger fig :.... 1Up. ............ ...............Edl'u .... .................+....... II 1100& .
ores Indicated are finished by a number 64'p .................... .......lel18lm.......................... II 10 01&
I of small French worked on The --. 6ep .. .............. ............. Stuart... ....................... II 115Ua$ .wT'
knots Florida
Central '. a.I8p ........................ Robe Sound ....................... II Ilea
the chamois with an embroidery silk IIJOp ......................_ West Jupiter ....................... .. 9!ti.
of the< same I tint as the "Japanese 113p" .............. .......West Palm Beach .. II
t., II .................. ......Bo111t01l_........:.............. .. 67.1.
thread. After the cover of the pillow m 8 48p II ............ .......... ... Delray ......... ............ .. T
is ornamented' and made holes are 1Ir. w .................. .run Ianderdale...................... fo.1$ ,
COBS DOILY. and Penirlsular R R .IOap 1 ........ .... ....-.. Lemon city........... ............ : II 1 1 ,
punched at equal distances'around all the old fashioned setting a well formed _J. .10'&nive............................Miami .... ....................... II .it l ..

combination In letters may be purchased I .
as an ornamentation for one of .
-OFFERS- iu plulua.L'f......... ... ..........New ;myrna.. ........................ArI12apiSWp
these unadorned triangles. If time Is 850p ............................ Lake Helea .................. ....... :'Ii 1"1' ,
limited a fine plain linen napkin maybe ..IJ.'p IUI..I" .....:............... orange 'ity. .....................LVi'U 42p
substituted and be made 'a treatment 406 .......... .. .:..Orange city Junction................... 1155& 41;>j)

like those In the Illustrations. Unexcelled Service ;in all directions between Ill tIm tween New Smyraa and Orange ('itI1UDctlon Daily except Sunday-:

These doilies are used for vegetables, BP.TWI-i.N I'11U'Vt1.Li0ANFJRD."'

such as baked sweet potatoes. and to Florida and the other portions of the o. 1L I 8TATIOM. NoOOsLv. !!

keep hot .. .................................. TitwwiUo.....................................Ar I p i iT
corn warm They are very la; ..................................... Hims..L'f II.p
happy thoughts for a Christmas present United States, Canada, Mexico. i II .....................................Osreen...................................... .. 1I5 .
a their cost In S aua II ....................:...............Enterprtse. ..............._............... II 11 o
; lying chiefly the time 1 IX", II ............................ .Enterprise lUDct1on.............................. II 112
given In the making. t ala AI' .............................. .Sanford..... ............................... .. 11 uaa '
: 51 dP AU trains between TI'Wlvil1e and Sanford Daily except. SUDday.

AH Effective Scarf. To trains daily the year round between Jacksonville and New York KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

7 A burean scarf which is extremely ..'

effective and yet Involves but title To this is added a Superb Vestibuled Train during atcamara ot tha florid Fast bad feteanuUp Company axe appointed to mil a*follow*

work may be made In' the following
the Tourist Season STEAMSHIP COCOA.
manner: Select fine French organdie
80TA rttLOW yea A UAH'S DEt white SOUfHBOUNRLeave
having a ground on which are
.four edge and then laced with a thrown delicate blossoms of some sort. Miami Sundays and Wednesdays; Arrive Key West Mondays and Thnr

thick gold cord These holes can be Cut the required size and line with Fndava.days. Leave Key West Mondays and Thursdays; Arrive Havana Tuesday aa4

made by an ordinary shoemaker's pink or light blue nearsllk or al1e la. DIAIIY' TRAINS For Cincinnati NORTHBOUND.

I puT" h-.. la making pillows of this sort For the edge make a frill very full I nftlltv For New Orlenns oaWest.estern
there Is a variety of tints in chamois and finished with several rows of baby points. Leave H.vaia Tuesdays and Friday Arrive Key West Tuesdays sad Friday '
Leave West
; Key Tuesdays and Fridays: Arrive Miami Wednesdays and Saturdays.
which serve this purpose such as a ribbon of the same shade as the lli ng.' Departures from Miami will be made soon as possible after arrival of train 43
deep rose a pale yellow and a good At each corner put a rosette made of Through Pullman Sleeping Cars on all Through Routes. on sailing days.

tone In tan. all of which are very effective m&nyloops of the baby ribbon. I. I These Time Tables show the time*at which trains and boats maybe expected teen ire and
If embroidered In this gold depart from the several stations and ports, bat their arrival or dears at the times
Stated is sot guaranteed aor does tae Company hold iuelf reapon delay or any
thread. Among its desirable qualities The Faahlonable PlaeaakUaw taoaeqnences ariaag therefrom.For .
copy of local time card can at 236 West Bay Street Jacksonville, or sddrevea.
k that It never fades or tarnishes and The long narrow pincushions called
For full information! ,'apply to toy ogent of the F. C. & P. P.BBCKWITH.Traffic Manager. J.IX BAHOTCB. A.Q.P. A.
is exe edi giy durable' bat care yard cushions are most in favor at the Angnrhce. .
its coanections.
'should' be taken In the putting on. present time. White linen embroideredIn ; or .... .

be smooth and I and with ----
which should even edged a very ample

with corners well turned., These are full frill of valencieunes lace with
attractive schemes for every' room. loops of baby ribbon at the corners, IF. C. WRIGHT, D. P. A. A. 0. McnO ELL, L. A. SHIPJJAN, ,

They fill a want In a man's library will make a dajnfy affair acceptable toaawocoaaoCtute. ; xa W. Bay Street. Paacengei Agent. Ass't Gen. Pass'r Agt,: SUBSCRIBE FOB THE SUN

lid IN cbtroing acecesorks to a3 ., 44CKSONVILLE, JLOJUD ': ...

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T I j. '' /--'*- '' i '.-CHAPTER- .-ON'"BUQS.EemarkL --A' ..OF THE PAST B RDWARE:

,TKh.1Rl1PICAL. .. ,-: SUN.- .' r Aaeat." GoUbBca.4Uaalaajand !- '" .- MEMORY 6 ,. I I .t En::GRUBERD lNL. H : I

Pioneer of Dade Honda.T80PICAL
'. Paper County ,, and Ham..... i : I
-- This country Is a Uttle'-buui. JV'e Pissing of the American Volunteer CROCKERY
have "silver bugs goldbugsItt4huniibugs" ; !
GUY L MKTCiw; EDITOR. Soldier. .
and -kissing bugs. Of the .. FURNITURE1
:.... '"" PUBLISHED EVERY' THURSDAY, abore variety the "goldbngg" and '\ .' .;

+ "-i,T WEST PAI BEACH$,DDE COUNTY FLORIDA. "humbugs" ate the most potent They EHPLAOBTAUHBTTHJIBEQULAE< : All Kinds of 'Boat Goods.st.esTinware .
hare control of the ." Mn oK w ,
complete '.
:V'. SUBSCRIPTION! PRICE. $2.00,A VEAL rovelI1enL .\ : .' .' ,Doors..'-*fd Blind*
In 1890 they pre* IJ'
C <: -r'-JSnteted. at the Postoffice of West Palm Beach: Ident :and botH branches of congress ft. -.:..."* .f the: Philippines" All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting Good

:' : i fe at seeond-clus matter..: )' 'Waata mm Army to Carry a Gam but on Itofta. '
,:. .' and confirmed the truth of that old GuoUae 8tnfts. BlnaFU eICeiMea:
,: THURSDAY.' Y.NOVEMBER 80.HLCOME ;18f19.E gag of Barnum's, about the 'American ,!!.. "H. ,CeaaeleaeeBeaaarkabl.Ipeeel'gt Glassware,talllp""sad 11&11 Lanterns Orders Give Hsrrisoa Prmupt Bros.'AtUatieai.Ready Mixed lVl-97 Palaif ,

people wanting to1 be 'humbugged.Don't Govcraor Limd of Mlmme-' W

understand 'me to sai'that ill totMP11auleat'ot Prophecy.

goldbugs are humbugs for when It On the occasion of the president's I
comes to raising a big campaign fund visit to, Minneapolis. the usual courte- THE SEMINOLE

E for Hanna, "they are all "hummers., -were\tl.telldedjto Mm by the municipal

Well they run most of the banks and state,authorities. Governor Whose Cards Appear In this Paper, :
11ldence". games and own 'the LInd and Mayor Gray were. on the Classified .Alphabetically. t

t trusts,' and the trusts own the coun platform with him. and both., made UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. : ,

try. Unless the trusts are destroyed speeches. The governor la a Silver ,ARCHITECT:

they will soon make this a "bughouse" Republican and,,was_elected,'on.a,fusion Beach
TD Brown West
nation. The big bugs are"growing ticket He Is.of Swedish parent- .. Will be run in up..to-date manner. '
bigger the small bugs smaller and age and, like all of his race-earnestly l

the humbugs thicker. devoted to the principles of liberty. BANKING: Excellence of Cuisine Syecialty.

But the latest bug to ask:: for recognition He has learned from his parents the Dade County State. Bank ,

Is;an amorous little cuss that evils and dangers of militarism and West. Palm Beach : .

.r kisses ai) he meets a la Hobson. I Imperialism,and no'man Ism re earnestly --' .1s $2.50 to $3.00 r-lDay-
1 without regard to age. race color or opposed to the unmitigated BARBERS: ,
wickedness of these American Importations
previous condition of ei'f'I Uda., This
Milo West Palm Beach 't
Cooper .
than Governor LInd of Minnesota ,
1 Ng bug has been known to brave the In connection with these facts j D Rnffin., West Palm BeachBICYCLES '.

breath'of a Chicago policeman and his speech, delivered In the very:pres. --,1s ; SEAGLE & BURNHAM'PRops,
kiss him smack In the mouth. Ac- ,
ence of the president of the United .
cording to the newspapers It has sucked States and emperor of the Philippines : WEST PALM BEACH FLA. '
nectar from the ruby Ups'of, every is the most remarkable utterance yet, B M Potter West Palm Beach ,
old maid from Maine -California W R Mitchell West Paint Beach
4 made
prominent In
by,s public man. j .> '
and from the lakes to'the gulf It lie order. to .fully appreciate! the deep, ---- S.,- t
lovely bug and was "bred In old Ken meaning and sarcasm of the speech,"It '
tucky." brought 'on.the''"sidewalksof BUILDING SUPPLIES: .
up must be kept In mind that we no Ion.
VISITOR! New York." and the first girl It ever gee have a volunteer army., The volunteer Geo'S Hacker & Son. Charleston S C.
kissed'was "Annie Rooney." Bnt A GUARANTEED PAINT
i poor la a memory'of the'past He la --+1s
when it tackled the "Two Little Girls not a'suitable instrument for conquest

In Blue'- and the-"Man In the Moon' subjugation. Our army of,100.000 CIVIL ENGINEERS &:,SURVEYORS!

we quit. trying' to' count 'em. It Is a men Is now composed. entirely,of'"reg Franklin Sheen. West Palm BeachDENTISTS PARIAN PAINTS ;!
g > THE SON'S REPRESENTATIVE in the plummy bug but has never been seen Mars," hired at' so much per month ---m- ,
field advises as that he 'finds the by mortal man. At night It sushi to shoot whomsoever their officers> t
property ,owners all along',the line about like a Hobson 'seeking whom It direct Keeping these .facts In view may : Are Guaranteed not to Chalk, Crack, Rub Off, Peel nor Blister. }.re'not'

from Sewall's Point to Delray are might buss and as stolen kisses are you will have no trouble la'appreciating D A Tbomason, West Palm Beach affected by Salt Water or Sea Breezes and are giving better satisfactionthan
sweet It is !natural born' thief. It L T Daniel Cocoa
ardently in favor of the County higt J lies in ambush and. springing suddenly He the said pith: ,of Governor LInd's speech.. "' any other paint known. It is the coming paint in this State" as it is

x way as advocated by this paper for upon the lips of the Innocent victim "By our growth and development the particularly adapted to the climate. of Florida., ,

{ the past two years, There is no there Is heard a resounding smack mission of the American'volunteer has DRUGGISTS:

doubt but that the sentiment of taxpayers and the kissing bug is gone. Not con come to an end. For:purpose'ofcon.quest : E H Diinick, West Palm Beach
tent with extracting honey from the and subjugation he Is unfit for WILLIAMS
: is: almost unanimously in lips of fair womep and beeswax from he carries a conscience as well as a ,

I favor.tof( bonding the County in the lips of brave men. it.leaves behind .gun. The volunteer soldier has always DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING:

each amount as may'be necessary to such an aching void that the lips swvll! stood for self government liberty and Curl Schrebnidc, Wist Palm Beach Agent for Carrara and Parian'Paints, '

properly.construct.lIubstaptial to enormous and In their Immensity Justice. With your generation he will -".---_ !
i resemble the ears of a white elephant pan from the stage of our national 28 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE! FLA.A. .

I serviceable macadamized. highway. A man who doubts the exist life. His fame and his example will FERTI'lZERS':

sae ence of the kissing bug would: question continue the heritage of. our people Wm A Bours& Co Jacksonville

y the superior wisdom of the gold- the theme of story and'song. May,the B M Potter West Palm Beach

z' IT is CLEAR TO uS.that the business bug-yea, and even doubt the electionof spirit which .baa actuated him ever ---U.. -- ,

men of this town should encourage William McKinley In 1900.; Thepapeia' guide ,our people and' tempers the IIACGH.. W. C. M1X5ICK..
'In every the athletic games and I affirm it .all. Who can deny! strength of the nation which has out- FIRE INSURANCE &REAL ESTATE:
The kissing. 'bug- has been "embalmed" grown him with the eternal principlesfor Brelsford Bros. Palm Beach _..
; contests with the n'eighborin*" town In poetry and song, and there''we which be has fought and died." Wallace R Moses West,Palm,Beach HAUGH

t.. teanw% ;It piijs.in every"way to cultivate leave'him.; 'But the fact that such ft We:do not' believe that this 'nation- &, mNNICK,. <

a warm social feeling' between fake could monopolize so mncir space has outgrown the spirit of Its gallant .5 i> "/

this'- nd .neighboring places, and In the metropolitan press Is a sad commentory -, 'olU 1t ert"and Governor.Und did not FURNITURE:

') aside', from, the pleasure i involved and superior, upon intelligence our boasted as civilization m people.- strued mean that literally his words The speech should.was be.a can superb D E.Cooper Mfg Co, ,.Jacksonville. Practical Machinists Gun f Locksmis.:

: .' thore ia every reason ,from a busiaess,8tand Windle'a Galling Gun., piece of stinging irony. -But'Mc- -..-. *

;" |>ouit, why it should be Klnley accepted It ax vo'reedy ipress- GRAIN AND FEED: -j *

_. done.. Let ,the ball game.of todaybe THE'GOLD'STANDARD." .' ia( the sentiments of W party: Itsmeaning Wm A Ronri&'Co, Jacksonville Gas Engine and Motor Repairing *
Is literal and
but the starter to a continued B M Potter, West Palm BeachHARDWARE
It Aboltihei, .Mosey M .Ke41a .* In its application to the spirit and Intentions
r \ seriestll. It Loa no spa General Light Machinery Work r

visitors be made welcome and made Wherever a standard is fixed! there irony for them. ;They want an' army .t

feel home and friends. must be something to. measure uponit that carries a but bas : .
I jto at among gun; no conscience
.. or according' it. or else it is neIther -an army that will not hesitateat M_E Grtber, West Palm ,Beach BY EXPERIENCED, MECHANICS.! *
a standard. guide nor rule. In '
FE aI conquest and Bubjuatlon-anll tfiey r
the case of gold what does It measure have it The volunteer !
got passed hop ill Gruber'g
t. ; THE NEW 'EDITOR of the Crescent ? It Is not silver for 'slher U nest t palm B. U
M from the stage of our notional life, and : .Bicycle,Emporium. .. eae .
: i .City-NiwlS made a brief but eenaibl merely a commodity like wheat corn. In his place stauds the paid regular,an, The Barman House West Palm Beach '
potatoes etc.. and no commodity can Instrument The ....
salutatory last week. His idea off of conquest;of subjugation Travelers., Jacksonville.
be measured that which Is not ,
the eternal fitness of and the. upon and of murder. Conquest for the Filipino .
l things Itself _...-
standard of that
a particular
jugatlun for our own i D D. 8.
rule of merit he thuslvBjeakiug !
expieescs commodity. To measure money upona people this is prophecy'now l In course JEWELERS: 1

"' of his paper's policy: standard we must have money but of fulfillment-Mississippi Valley.Democrat. Idner & Son, West Palm Beach. Office: Corner Clematis Ave. ,gad Olin St
';It will advocate the principles silver is not money having been: W I. METCALF,1'ATTORNEYATLAW. WEST PALM BEACH JXA.AH .

s. of the Democratic party, they demonetized.; Neither can It be banknotes -, -.- kinds of mod,",.!entJ ry" knowa to the
the for they require redemption or Baaaa. the raselflsh Pat dot. <1 crown ana bridge-work a
} '!being, iu its estimation, in specialtj.Teeth widumt
payment and to redeem what we have Guardian Hanna's burst of eloquenceat LAWYERS: NOTARY PUBLIC. extracted 'paiLOffice
of the
.. ,I people-the common -- would Cleveland the West Palm Beach Hours: a<< to U a. m.ud $104,. B.
; people-whom the Almighty absorb all of the standard. during recent campaign W I Metcalf Will practice ia County SUM and Federa 1-2J.g8
must But. you say a yardstick Is a stand to which he was doubtless Shaylor & Broome Jacksonville Conn I
favor evidencwi in the SPECIALTY.Offieetn .
ard of measure and is different from prompted by. the thrills, of emotion Alex St Chur-Abrams,Jacksonville
lavish manner with which He has TROPICAL SUN Dlock'We ,
:: I t, spread UR over the face nf( the the cloth or other material measured aroused 'in his bosom by the fervid -_... t Palm Beach. Uade County, florida.T L..
upon It. That is quite true but we oratory of his presidential ward notwithstanding DENTIST,
earth. The publisher believes
are the value of Its brevity was what MEAT MARKETS:
making the
t that if he merits by his work the [ F. ATKINSON, COCOA, IHDIA5 BIYBEFLOBIDA.lfbstwALLACE
measure of values and disregarding might be' called a chef d'oeuvre of the Will Whidden West Palm Beach
.. approval and patronage of the '
the which. hustings. The senator used three
qualities alone make It a only ArTORNEY..4T.LAW,
people he will get it. If not he .
yardstick. The fact Is we have abolished sentences to express his ,sentiments NOTARY PUBLIC B. MOSES,
will get.it-in,the neck. MUSIC ,
i money as a medium of exchangeand but they presented a condensationwhich' HOUSE: .
established Its less Intense, MIAMI FLA.Temporarily Succeuor to A. W. Robert
i aa gold In place as a a public speaker Ludden & Bates' M H, Jacksonville
speculative medium. If cold cole Is blight have expanded Into pages. Mr. located at REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE,
ONE.CAXNOT BEAD THE EDITORIAL still money and a medium of exchange Hanna has been represented as a self- _...- WIT PALM BEACH. 11-16-1 Agent for West Palm Beach Towa Iota Uo
: par of a p J>l'r'1ike the Ocala .Banner why Is It not substituted for silver In lah'tnan; yet he assured breathless West, Palm NOTARY Beach PUBLIC.WaterWorka.

n "without, ,, feeling an admirationfor our commercial transactions But you and, no doubt surprised audience of his NOTARIES PUBLIC: ALEX St. CLAIR-ABIIAMS, Clematis Avenue,near Olive!Street.
say it Is the standard of value for sib townspeople that "his acts,and efforts W R Moses. West Palm Beach 5-21-97 West Palm Bench Florida.
'the kindly spirit for his fellowman ver money. now can that bf when have been to do what he'might In the 'Guy I Metcalf. West Palm Beach ATTORNEY-AT LA W, .

that breathes. through every gold coin is the redemption, money for Interest of his neighbors and friends." -_55.NURSERY._ JACKSONVILLE, FLA GUY I. METCALF, ,

utterance of the "Ocala Editor's" national bank and government notes Mr. Hanna has been accused of spending i Practice in all the Circuit Courts,State.n

;. pleas .for the-common people and issued against it to more than the entire ,money lavishly and corruptly': In STOCK: Federal.. NOTARY PUBLIC ,

-4 :' demands. for recognition of their ,gold stock? As well say that debt bribes to: purchase a place In the John! B Beach West Palm Beach t2-o! 98.SAMUEL For the State of Florida at, Large
Is a standard for credit Insolvency for United States senate and he administers Deeds, Mortgages Leaaea sad CoatneU
rights.:; *rhe very motto,at the held solvency.-C. H. Robinson in Living. a telling blow to this accusationby ... T.SHAYLOR. GORDON L BROOMB. Drafted.Conveyancing _

:: of' the page is the text of his weeklydwcourtw. Issues. making the plain, direct statement PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: LOR & BROOME, AU Work Guaranteed a Legally Specialty"Cnrrect.
It reads -- "I am simply hired man anxious SHAY Palm in Taow0-
'' .' as follows: Hauer Not to Be Icnored. your R B Potter. West Palm Beach West Beach. Dade CuaiqFkiorida,
The Banner believing and willing to do everything for my ATTORNEYB-AT-LAW.
l "Motto: Anti-Imperialism antimllltarism and H C Hood
i those at the top well aMe to antimonopoly have pressed>> themselves city state and country Enemies otI I N S Buroham Will practice In all the Courts of the State. FRANKLIN SHEEN. CEO. O. It7'rUL j
Mr. Hanna may neither be convincednor I
take of themselves has
t care ; taken next to the financial problem as na Office in & BUTLER
H. !
confounded by these claims. But SHEEN
'I' ita,stand ,in the barricades tional issues and no party can ignore Law Exchange, JACKSONVILLE, FLAT ]I. : -
I what need he'care so long as he feels
Ii with the common people, and its them. They are In the public mlpd all RETAIL GROCERS: SURVEYORS AND CIVIL .EIGINEERI. .
i i fight will lie made for the betterment over the country anJ are being discussed In his own tumultuous bosom that he L Bnrkhardt West Palm BeachJ Office at Weal hIm Beach
carries, a conscience free from guile C. HOOD M. D,
i of those at the bottom. In the pi ess and on the platform D Mathis, West Palm Beach Lands legally map* for
and the confidence of Rr ding
possesses executive atoned. Selecting and
Beach landa
H! with deal bltte'rne8&The West Palm local.
a great of Glen G. Strohm,
aaa for whose upbuilding and guidance PHYSICIAN AND SURGtOH. bag and estimating timber aapeJalty. "'".
I Philippine folly and the Dreyfus Inl and comet work guaranteed. JueommnnicaUons -
he has so zealously wrought and ..-
case have Office and Residence near Royal Polnrlan by mall receive prniric attea-
NEITHER opened the of
FEVER NOR FIRE: DAUNTS eyes many continues so 'unselfishly to labor?-St tlon. Main and BIDe Priam lit lowest Pri
the progressive spirit Of the busingsnw who had given militarism littlethought Louis Republic SEEDS: Hotel.PALM BEACH. 1S19N ces. WEST PALM BE4C. *LA. 11-7-85
and the loss of
"of Miami. employment L Cameron Jacksonville
; Already they are by thousands through the! establish' I -
... S.BUR11HAM,1t.D. Eli' D. BROWN
Ho Reed MUHarlsaa.
phoning; and preparing for extensive ment of trusts has directed the attention _..._- .
", If the mastery of the sea can be held
improvements to be made of the careless to the immediate : SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN.
as soon as while the land forces are organizing SHOE REPAIRING: ARCHITECT AND BUILDER.

ti j the few weeks' 'elapse;"before the las! evils Dispatch.of monopoly-St Louis Post no sudden development 'of 'hostile W R Mitchell, West Palm Beach Eye and Ear Specialist. Plans and specifications prepared '

'>Vftige of thnr epidemic ,is removed military character need be feared by a Jobbing work given prompt attention at
.. Office at Residence-Saltalre Cottage.T .
Shop on Datura Street
Tlinr misfortunes have bnt served Why Alger Backed O... commercial nation situated like England 3-9-99
The studied and simultaneous effortof and the United States. A strong .
to urge them. on to greater'effort-to I the Republican 'press of Michigan to navy defending a state that has no exposed STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY: B. POTTER M. D.,

recoverhat'thflf ,may have bat' make it appear that General Alger land frontier subject to the at- Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, vtll CITY BARBER SHOP,

grid .to make extra strides to eompeosate withdrew from the senatorial race be- tack of a' great power maybe-depended Jackson 8-23-98 PALM BEACH. FLA

> : for the few months of enford'lnss cause of his desire to avoid a factional on to keep a foe at his distance for .5. Banyan Street :
.. strife Is too innocent for mortal mindto a long enough time at any rate to per-
of time. A good town grasp. General Alger would probably mit the equipment of armies the ac- TAILORING: GEORGE S. ADAMS, o-tf HILOCOOPKR.pw.pVgEMINOLE

.eau no more perdeneritlyePtarded have been found,in at the finishIf cumulation of transports and the' Abe Safranek & Son West Palm BeachTRANSPORTATION Commander

than can a good man"be Kept down there had been a gbost ofva chance strengthening of forts. Herein lies the> Deputy Supreme BARBER
for his winning. -Is" ability of Great Britain and the United -S KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES SHOP.
i fnr'Iolg. THE 8cshns faith i in theo t The fact that the
i States to get along without militarism For the State of Florida.Will .
'-. enterprising,npirit of the titizpnsofoor'CiMintyY' machine dominated by James McSIllU LINES: J. D. RUFFIK, Proprietor'
.. ... has-the ear of Mark Hanna and and both are more and more appreciative
DHtltnte Tents anywhere la the State.
and ban fiillftwfi' that IUP5DS thai ell the administration of the fact an they gain experience; Ocean S S Co, Jacksonville For information address First-Class,Work. Polite Attention\

v deuce initscoatinnwlrntrjh!!. and. 'paek l.sg gout .with iL-..tlaglnaw. Eveo with the conditions that surround 11 R C System 1h. JacksonvillePlant UEORGE ADAMS, Shop on Banyan Street ''

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Cfifford. Eldley (e#. and that' a disadvantage. 4 Now foeInatanee ; 1i. fairly ripe Is celebrated the IndianThanksgiving' and" other athletic sports corresponding
mud In hi* own right. richer even than hia who are your next door neighbors '
father ww t to ask Deacon:: Brastow for ?* ct Jcy uptni us'' i day, or harvest festival. to the tournaments and games. which" /

tbt hand of his daughter'in marriage ?I live la a' bachelor' apartment'house,1'replied And Plenty smiles tie It[ Is' particularly an Iroquois custom and characterize the observance of the

ht felt'a eoatdousness of rectitude that the young man. ."It's more convenient ai Ii still observed by the now ICtltt rehnd.J j i I Thanksgiving day of their paleface brotht t

was distinctly .agreeable.. Bidley's attentions for me as my father's'' house Ii ThebapdofgloiAnd ; i depleted tribes 'of that ouce powerful, era. : sAt
'to'Angela Brastow'had excited + Six Nations I I night great bonfire built not far. t
confiileriicy known the
closed 4most of the time. My people are sputters as 1
the gossip of the'little,down easftowiv In.Europe or Newport or somewhere else a .,. 'though'.not ..with all the rites and care' from the council house Near it and. .J
but be going to make that all right lighted by its glowing blase la a dancing'pavilion
was eight. or ten months hi the year.? monies that -'i-nftracterizrd its observanceIn I
Ml this Tnanksgiviag Afternoon.He .- -1, 'Well who are some of the other bach- the pristine days of the nation's gt'4t.Des. where the young people' enjoy1'themselves

i felt ,U ke' the fairy prince"'whose elur.i In this place where you liver inquired a aWe .. It may be that the Indians think while their elders seated

duty In the ltol'J"1I to make-everone. I the deacon. tu, u }dh ilili4 4 :O that they have not as much to be thank. around the blazing logs, smoke their' I

happy. Poor old Deacon Braisum would "1 don't know many of them." answered bend above trhiIc {eve fi ''b' ful for as they had in the old days but pipes of peace and recount .the stories. t
j t feel that be:had sailed out of ,all his IUdIe,. thankful. I and traditions of their tribe and tell over

'lifelong worriesand,/f or jj Angela it Quiet sober, respectable people asks Thou is still.they are and again: of the fl'edtnCllland glories of..1
: ourayof Though differing in date and In the the Six Nations. "- .,*
would altha"age from the little
mean ed the deacon.
the Indian
method} of its announcement,
frame house for which, her father hadn't Ridley could, not suppress a:,mils, been able to)f p'rd a coat of paint in 20 Brastow's adjectives were'not precisely drean'J much the and day and thus in all sincerity U ejpressed (Jt
sallie spirit manner as
!yeah to a veritable palace and a time ofThankvgiylng those hat,b<,.would. bavelcho8en ia.descpbiug observe Thanksgiving in Novem the Indians' gratitude to the Great Spirit." {
Iddeed. we our for the, return of the harvesta.THANKSGIVING .
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[ tenants of the Cecil aparttmenu ber. With them as with us. there are I "J'

young1 'Ntw--Yorker had an Idea i thank' offerings and prayers-paeans of

that the first part of the interview fl;really know very little about'their praise, crude it may be, but sincere AT RED HILL.';'r

might Mt be! altogether agreeable'iobebad private life.",hee..eunte sed."We.. let each n.I feasting, merrymaking and joy Instead -- :

ipnpftrw.'soaewfcat hairh&elara- other done, as a rule." of. families .meeting separately for the Bow Biar Be.'. SekeM* For a' Little "d

tea of his intentions, but the deacon'sUnexpectedly You don't know them, an4 they,dolt While safl dinner all the members of .,
'and cordial "Howdtr '" gently we pleasures Thanksgiving I Celebration Fall**. 't 1\';lit
prompt kaow you said, the deacon. "Now,
knocked It all'out'of his head. merely for the sake of the argument, Our thanks buds unfold,"*' nriom'ourhearts'ailcare the at'the tribe;. council come house together for a great feast HERB were 200 .S f

"Glad to, see you looking. well and ,iwe'll suppose that you wanted to be a miners' of OIl at "
deacon. Jqsarts .. At sunrise on the day of the feast the Red Hill. and,
to thankful6eidalmed.the [ibarglar or ,a highwayman. Would anyone elde'rs'or; ."keepers of the faith" light timt'lJ
"8a'd I\I can't tMd thU'MW'4. of them know anything about it}" e tread on fairy gold' e "first fire." elevation though'
; the usually on some
'" > were bard and'm
&: self'ah od'ongtit'tei k d. f Nof till they read about it in the newspapers fairies ** 5 near the council house. Upon'the the .
count of bar.climate when yon,.get back. ." said Ridley frankly unseen road usTjsay' .5 peeuvisiuuscarce. j
tobacco and
leaves of of
toNe" -X r*'".\,'. ftnrX\\nf7* ,.\\ I HoV does the man who lives right in The musk of T anksgnnng day'i, > 'corn are placed as ;pedal offerings to the ears Great .we had,out laid ourselves for- ?.,

1 sh1'sat4j Bialey, andorthedown the next room to you spend'bis even.; '
east people u well." Ingnf queried the deacon blaadly.r aUNQtrRIcIexpected Spirit and as theofferings are being i something' extra
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burned his is invoked the
kin \eooipU- upon on Thanksgiving. -
"IegusshSwe the :
fttlU'1h \ fHeaven'kuowsr exclaimed; the young .
mat,"" rejoined' Bruto,,*- "Y&u've man.MI .haven't seen*htelDfsir festivities. .This fire is afterward extinguished On the forenoon '

Bade yourself pretty popular hereabouts months" and a new one built by the women of that day as ,.i

except'wit1 some1 otthe! old ladies; They 'Such a thing couldn't happen here" : to 'find her.: He sought her so--, who have,charge of the public feast.At'an''early we wen loafing ,

regard you u a base deceiver", ;. said; al'1llto'ge: every one lives in earnestly that a rumor arose that Angela 1 i iBrastow ling or'iii' engagementring."',It bore a hour the little clearing l around and wait "of
"I'm afraid conduct has been 0PeV diamond which to ;Angela astonished. around the council house is filled with lug for dinner,
my the sight of, hu acigtbors.! and hU repatationiia had mysteriously disappeared. \' |l .
to Wtidsm.be saW 't .I : teM !looked ;.a.'J) g as the fire whoselight Indians;great and small young and old. a humpbacked .'
; founded apon"-.evefl sic of his!i Finally he got around to the deacon'shouse ; '
".lea.it has.".,replied the'deaCOAr>rlra. from boyhood again and found the object of bbl 4t reflected. But it did not dazzle her.'' grave ,and gay. They come afoot on lonesome looking

tot well.when'all the old women in town "But I also up.have a reputation" responded quest quietly busy with hot biscuit and "I do not want that liford." she'raid.I horseback' and in wagons and buckboards. stranger came into camp and asked for ''
..') want' eomthln.00 'have' woin'and The scene la a picturesque, one. There | hospitality. Big Ben. our foreman look"
wpgoir Thyy'ttet 1
hadtsald u JO t Ridley warmly "Inquire of mv tea and cold turkey. The young mm ;, >
# # of men testing their ed him over for awhile -and then ob-'n
+ 1. .U I cared for that'you'willmUsiwhen are groups young {
esiloi'glveyob. something
business acquaintances on; the streetk aud w invited tq partake of these and other ,
S "Indeed.1" said Ridley, much ftU"ed. see if yon can bear of 'any act of minethat refreshments, and when the supper was j: it ia miiur-ao that both of us will physical prowess in athletic feats and r served: >'
"I'm afraid I to that :remember., If it U sting contests; bevies of young omen and "Stranger, ye don't seem to be: much of oJ
must plead gouty has not been.strictly honorable* over he war presently alone with Angela J you njJtfhJ.give "
r Bat It doesn't worry m*. : You see I'm (There is a young man who keeps a in the sitting room! ,i,me that told'one'On your little'finger girls dressed in brightest colors old men a'' critter as critters go out here. -".... 'f"That's
Interested In the old but in :'You've had it it's with'tottering steps and elderly women.5witl what I've come: to realize. re .
DOt ladles one store across the treet." said the deacpo. "AngelaVjbe said, 1 am here tonight, so long that worn thin ,
of the very-young ladies *! ;. :* "!Iii name U Sartrent. Samuel Sargent's with a purpose. It has taken such eomplete -- SO"tI1 "ti1riE';thatr'wano have been'sucha almost pathetic gayety slowly makIng I; plied the man. "I was a critter with ..
"Yon don't sayr exclaimed the deacon. : time of thanksgiving to' the de'n and their way to the council house middle other critters a y'ar ago but luck baa
ids I have an..idea that he js rather possession of me that I ran think ( ", *
"TCotfdnt.sstkA' I hoper>r XUt ''his daughter time1of ged men pompous in the sense of their I gone back on me.
sweet on Angela and may come some day and speak of nothing else. If you don't", was equally as great a '
U extremely serious. said:Ridley, tq see'me, aa you have done.. Suppose I (, J iT thanks to the millionaire falry prlao*' importance as lords of the feast and par "No money and" .no claim eh? ',

.: tad then bV paused .'He dld'.not know= I knew.no more about him than what the' who gave his love a little gold ring worth 'tient matrons busily preparing the corn "Not thing. -" *

Jurt boTrjto. take the deacon who was oft clerk In his store sees between 8 o'diirk 'about $3;and ,.n.4 promise.- as pk:as the soup and, succotash which is made,in "And how do ye expect to pan out? 'j

different type Jar conversation.from In the morning and 6 in the evening. world.v.iuvl' toe deacon when be.was informed ; large iron kettles suspended over a glowing '1 I continued the foreman u he tried to hlde..t

what h* seemed.on t casual view \ouli) I feel sure that he was a proper | of the facts.said his.daughter! hadacted log' fire,.suggestive of cheer and com a smile of satisfaction. -.1 ,
had rather avoided'him ) best :fort. "I don't expect to. When leave here; .
Ridley up'to husband for Angela? for, the. ,At !least. he hoped so. '
this time Lounging upon the front stepsof felt the perspiration starting : : Suddenly there is a hush in the conversation HI probably hang myself along the trail. .1 r
the deacon' .house with Angela.add .. .1 t The young men'and boys atop I'm ready to die. and I don't keen how ?
oat on his forehead. He realised that he 'FASTrNG1; ,:kot: fEASYIIVG-; : '
.. soon the calamity comes.
other youngpeople, .be had frequently was engaged in struggle where defeat I .. I '
MeA Brastow copse bxjipe to hjs dinner orsappt'r | Them's noble sentiments of' yours:
was DOt to be thought of. He Had a A'Peealltr'of hijrfusivlag ,
but on such occasions the deacon stranger, and they do ye proud. Ye must-
paw; vision of Angela and It helped !. Easter* o tulo. ., '
had always harried bye with an apolpget) tJ hey bad a good father. -i

k manner, for the New England parent >Tdid not make New York.said tie. Thanksgiving day' as a day of tastingrMherthaa "Yes. Party fa'r." ,
.or'fllllting suggests .' "He's dead of and heir .
course area
Beret introdn WSOB,his hildren/r ye
or'ask be born there..
to Would
Jto.Mr.'Bid of New York had made you' sent<< austerity:that seems Incredible: lovin son, it's only natural ye'd like to i
d.ni'lI1arrialt all its .
inhabitants1fThey !
the IDeist4I''of, .supposing,that Deacon : might to themselves the/end.o the nineteenth eastnrr and r, t jlne him?' -
Brastow timid and marry among ye!>,tkew are. places Canada-warn the "Yes I would. He ,
was of. a nature would! ," said the deacon gently "I doat l" F sartinly was powerful .
be embarrassed lo.hb'preMneev.iHe: had mean that to be offensive, but and I popular, bol .,,la so .jegarde 'tit expected slap that big prospective father- you the defendants of Jhe 3 eotch settle ofeastetn ; i I hand? '

Is-anw. would .have*, liuiagarine i ?dialed' on.such think.a'subject'as'this" most say what Ontr rio there are still ptary'whocling I "Waal. I was thinkin! ," replied Big' '

we ttf the'"letter 6f tKe;cove'nant"and Ben "if ain't critter ciif'tors -
whefeaa be pronounced the language with ." ; elf ". said "I'' ye no among
I for.mr Ridley.; can- 1
great*accuracy",'a* became one-who had keep tip" the-customsbrought from'Scotlaad o it would be a heap more pleasant. 'I
not ;do the impossible, but if you will t'
almost "
been amber of the school committee come to New:: Y k.1 win-'give a t fur ye to jine your father. "1
you every Every year there are still of the That's that's Hev
tor mauy.yean. __ ; many true, true. ye any "it
opportunity to look me Here and
Y"SerousI up. older people in the Scottish settlements suggestions to throw ?" .
ls ttr said the deacon. out ,
that I
.can only say have no skeletons -
dont.mean. to)say",that. ..jou're'in ,love. in my closet and that 1 love your who. ::1Ibterye.Thanksgiving' day as their "I hey, stranger. Whyi.not let us.hanjj ,*,.
with:Angeltrtjfs '. # : ,, : ; daughter. I might speak of certain material forefathers:did, ,To them it ia ;not a day ye hero and thus make a holiday out of :

"I mean just that.; replied the young advantages, but" of feasting and ..nip'rrymaking' ",La It? The boys need cbeerin np tie worst t ,,

man',earnestly; .t''lhate.thonght, that !. "Wky not?' asked au trasgh.," or the day of fasting as it is way, and I'll guarantee yell'fine the old"man "
Bristow"TbeJ .
you might doubt the. sincerity of my intention called in the, highland Gaelic, whi ti'.i U in tiptop shape." ,*!
*, and w""Oh'ttesa'rou- t\ are and important.could do You are a deal very rich man, know what it is.* you* are1 atone In that ;atUf'th 'mother tgngue'-of many in the That's a bully IdeaO"uc'lalmoo.tb@! *"
for .
IOU a good Angela.If
no'saldth& deacon The air knows it Every object in this settlements. With them Tbanfcaivinetlay'.U
,* this of man. "Yes. It's a'good plan and I only -X.:
were a matter business, there
"I didn't know had that's all." robot. is aware of'it The yeryrchaira : observed with'-even more formal '
you any; would be only one answer I bgld make.:' 1 ask fur one thing. understand ye're -.
Jliit'lae ...IJft'you,'then,": said Rid But It isn't My daughters are>listening*and..tke'eyi'of j aur cleat, solemnity than the:Sabbath. AU manner JHK HEAD SPKAKKB BEG1K3 ins CBBKUUKIE8. got a big spread fur today. Lemme sit .i
never H
mind la thoroughly made grandparents up there onYthe Vail are* 3of work is suspended, but from no spirit I ISnf .
ley, tat my. lacked food or shelter and while 1 am J down and fill np. and ye kin hang,me-aU ; .
up. '.Brant her for my wife." she looking straight through my heart i holidaying. Just as on the ''their games, and general movement of ye want to arterwards." '
spared shall. has she
The deacon drummed a weird and slow. lacked good.never, healthy, moral Neither surroundings love jrou and I want you to promise t > [it |li U .considered ,sinful on the assemblage toward the council house "Ye shall hey the best we've got and aa ';',:

little tone on the desk beside him. ,, and 'whUe' I' have any voice In be my.wife." t dill to carry;hi,.wood yr to draw bbltb..1 giles! notice that the Thanksgiving much as ye kin hold." said the elated '

Too bad. too bad!?,said he.'. "I gave choosing them she never shall" Angela dropped the tongs upon the *, or to'cook food.of',any kInd. .Th : monies; are about to begin. The \\ cel'e-I foreman as he shook bands with! the'**

Angela Jut a bit of a plat that she mightCIDXESIASD ."AmeD!" said Ridley heartily;and then I Iron,hearth", and they made a,noise that dren"who:are too joung'to !' enter one door and are seated on one strnn er. "I took ye to be a no aceopnt"--' "
echoed in the old in thee the'apiritual -value of such ngH observe ""ot the halt while the
there waa a while the two was square>piano .+ men enter another critter. but I was mistook. Ye 'are a -*rsquar'
pause men ''
corner. For, some occult reason these -.aneea. as well aa any servants that may door and ate seated on the opposite side, ..* IF
faced each other b the gathering man.
I I homely sounds assumed an alarming \|I'be in the family, are allowed usually two thp'mllsilaus; with their turtle shell rat- Half an hour later, when the newcomer .,>'
iJ t.H t. character in the young man's ears, but :.scanty meals during the day but those ties and the dancers, bedecked in paint I t
had eaten to '
said enough three.r."DO
"Deacon Brastow Ridley satisfy
) at last; the calmly who are of the ftm/cft .nj ,the old faith any
: _=== Angela picked np tongs very j ? and feathers, having; already taken their .....
"what shall I,do ,to convince you that I. l and put them in their proper place with;devote the.whole time to fasting and places on' the benches appropriated forth I

''I ._ am the right sort"of man r' great deliberation. '" :preyei*. "They*do';no work' and'eat 'no en',.' When quiet prevails-cud there is

"I'don't know, said the deacon slowly "You and I." said she "would never hehappy. -.''tooJ.l'KH though attending services to no congrVijation of people! who remain so
"You'"iJJlght come down" here and We shouldn't get along well; their church may entail a'wearisome trip, quiet and attentive as an assembly of Indians r

live a year or two among us. larriage is \'t'rllntlmate relation" she,/sometimes made the more trying by the at a religions gathering the "head

IIIf M'd like otkng better.'said Ridley, :continued with an air of maturity tha\:fa that! some of.the stricter brethren speaker begins the ceremonies with an '

"but my business interests""There would have been comical in I less serious consider,its wrong, :.to,do, au weekday, I invocation to the Great Spirit. the men

it Li'"again, the deacon Inter- circumstances. -'-'Married people are toouch '] m < with uncovered heads, bowing'revl'l't'ntl1tht

rupted.Yon will"In live New In one York world it is and all yourJrtfg business 'm I tog"hei.* *:'\ They 4j moat; getfreidfnlylheiL JM IBiJley .' t -" a ;, fi : < Indian never kneels and the women P r'i
? I r looking, 'solemn and serious as the speakerin
hi another. How many men in New
laughed nervously :
rVJ'i low but di.sliuct voice renders his prayer -
York home to break bread with their
J go
y "Your fafhy/isa\ \ ,he. ;"peemed to j of praise and thanksgiving, which I
families in the middle of the day? How i
think thaenough. I We1 %hoatda'&!bt J t&rthef doubtless breathes a spirit of thankfulness .
many pass two evenings a week at their ." v\I Fi as-acceptable the
to Deity as the
04-n firesides ? You have" no homes there "My father is an old man" she replied. i { prayers that fall from more cultured lips
unless among the '
poor was
Theworld has changed since he Ir. In.more elaborate sanctuaries.
"My parents''are b ppU" marred I' /
young. / The Thanksgiving prayer is followedby
a d"And "It bas, 'indeed," answered Ridley,1' exhortation by the "head speaker"and
sPend 'fr m'tw 'to four months .
than this
"and In no rested more .fit
; ,. other wise men of the tribe and thl.'ocomt'
a fear: under then own root Where are
marriage. Married people lead a freer
they enjoyW this day 'of thanks if' it'i ,, the green corn dance and the great
life nowadays. 'They know the value,of feather dance accompanied by the "mu

a fair questiunr"My an individual existence. You need not sic" of the turtle shell rattles. These area

mother and my younger sister" areIn' be afraid of being tied too closely to me.' part 'of the religious services and are !
Italy or on their way across said You shall h8t''ery opportunity to l adrour'own '
attended with the same spirit of devotion' TB B\ PEN TO KKOW "'
Ridley, other sister has to I
gone life. You shall have own .
'IL your as the other ceremonies. They are performed OLD YoU IBINf"men. j
Smith college and my father la in San v .
apartments course, your own servanta'your I by men especially chosen for the he borrowed tobacco and the best 1 '
Antonio. Tex. on a little matter of busi-
ness."' own separate income, and 1 will purpose and it is regarded III a great i pipe in camp and then turned to the foreman lI 1

come to you or leave you at your lightest I dUtiiiPti to be selected as a dancer for I and said: ,
"I don't think Angela would like that a
1 word. the Thanksgiving festival I "Say, pant I jest happened,to think ofsunthin. 1
kind of Thanksgiving day that of
way She l looked it.buq steadily I J.mCorj the couclu '
fpr With ion '
of the dances When a felltr dies. he to I
'DO I 78ATJTODLOBJ1CT living said the deacon. I I t.: ,
meat and the glance went through his 8CCH olla GO TO CIWI cit OX FOOL''work comes the feast which is decidedly In- of Do '
mr" j one two places. ye happen to ko<>w
but she fLet us be clear upon one point.. declared hearf? like an l icicle., i J.waked him. ') He : u harnessing'a horse and hitching formal and lasts nearly all the afternoon. which place the old men is fur j

it encouraging you too much the young man-"whatever'An- remembered in a flash that Ms girt'wAl him to a buggy. Such ones ate obliged Before it begins the "head speaker"thanks j \\hy.. in course not" answered Ken, t

Mid yo fnf'' got sillyI'm sorry very gela likes is a law of nature, so tar as 1 I the daughter of the shrewdest race on to go to church o. foot, and-as the services the Giver of the feast, and all respond I I "but ye've eaten like a ha"'g. and yell

sorry, ifyoa're folnr to feel bad on her am concerned. She shall make such a earth. He saw that by the simplest; are sometimes conducted first i*the wish an expression which corresponds I hey to take chances on that"I ,

Account home as pleases: her.. And as for my strategy she had made him disclose what Gaelic-for' the benefit of the old people' to the good Methodist "amen." "Not much I won't, pard. Pin bare

JUdJey shifted from wooden., armchair business let me tell you that affairs in the word marriage had always meant to who speak no English and lien,in.English Instead of'the turkey which forms so and ready to be bung but I'm not to

In which,be bad been fitting to an- Wall street will be'' nin a .condition.to him and in the same,moment he saw her ''afterward for those'of the, younger conspicuous a part in our Thanksgiving take chances of missin win dad.
'he found to be equally on- any my
whlch Black
other make Friday a pleasant recollection draw away from him. Then for the fret generation who speak no Gaelic they not menu the Indians have the tat dog whoa before. I'm to
gone as ready jivehim
he stood The fact U
comfortable ao up. when" they take' my thoughts S away. time he was 'perfectly calm. He was one i infrequently last from four to five boon. roasted on a spit and by no mean un in one place as another but I want

that he was beginning" to be nervous Ap; from her. of those men who are at the x best in,the ', Though with Dome of the more devdut palatable. The raccoon that wily enemy to hit the right traiL"
in the "
parently the character prince "Well. said the deacon doubtfull.uhe worst emergencies. "* I.the fast iakept without question from of the ripening corn, U usually a part of The foreman stormed and threatened?

fairy story wu harder' to play than be stroked his scanty gray beard, "that "I can't imagine a life." said he. "that the rising of:the sun until the time of rising the bill of fare, while other ame-\'eni- but the be
to kicker.
bid supposed.: The deaeon' djd dot seem sounds encouraging.. After this little would be:! harder for me,bat if I catf win' on the next day some of the more son' bear or wild boar-is introduced He was stranger to proved the a 1
him disai point crowdaud -
thankful 'to for theJThanksgivlng sorry >
particularly l talk I don't feel quite the same as I did.
you on no other promise 1 will stand by lax consider the day as ended with sun- when obtainable. When there is no gameto all that but be
ha offered. really could assist at
Had day blessing ;I !! In fact for your sake I rather" hope.that 4I what I have; said. :Yet let me tell IOU !leet and during tile evening relieve them- be had as 1* frequently the case in QO hanging miles be t'luLllKUIiUTed of r
: u for Angela Angela will change her mind. what I really want It is a home with I selves'from the pangs of hnnger by indulging these latter days when the white Win rranion-in
a family the land beyond. The
"Do I understand. said he; "that you I "Will change- her- mindr! echoed you. I don't care where it is or what it In a' slight, reP st. But) !In no has appropriated the red man's hunting point for half
was hour but
object Jo nn ai a ioo-ln-law r ". Ridley, in a tone of horror. "You don't is, like, but I want it to be ours You sense do theyrelar' the snore than' Sab-' ground a lamb, calf or pig,sllpplemeuta..the .,1, he was firm. Of course 1rehad an

Msject la hardly the word for it, replied mean to say she has already decided r. must ."'&me.always to be thare aud I. banal.severity of ttie-day. On that day, fat dog and raccoon. The principal, even for the Thanksgiving dinner.to get He
the deacon.. "If I knew you better The deacon seemed about to i !
mustfly tb. it-like a birdSto the las on the Sabbath' I nests was turned over to a committee of
1 tight
and might not.
1 to real disclosure. Then he
might object you .with tome ijday), maddensare not permitted braid cooked together in iron kettles which
That is the life I want and the life I ask to who hooted him eight times but
cant aayl4 & -"* *- checked the impulse and said: their hair, but muat.have.tt fixed the by the is original Indian dish. apiece
to share. pn way ,,
"I' am' pretty! step known to' Ifewfforlt'1. -You'd better talk with her." as the last one wax through: swinging his
: '. 1 Ifall this:;had DOt bees'uuel..gela Ipreviaus night All,put .on their.Sabbath There are also green corn roasted on the leg the struck
niin stranger whis-
the up a
tej Joined 'oang seared his bat which had fallenon II merry
\ Ridley
would not'have believved''It-but Hjjwas i clothes as soon as they rose, for their cob, baked squash and corn bread very,
tie and started off down the
shook his head. trail for In-
Deacon Brastow the floor In the coarse of this interview '
workaday clothes ire! not iupposedtfo bee much like the good old -Rhode Island
I la-well In New York true, and she did believe it Then there ,r fun Bond. '
"Nobody known and jamming it down hard upon needed, and'o' make' change having 'ake. On the whole it is '
was a real love scene which began,4n tb ? a after johnny not a And be
he. 1'v. been there a good be rushed a good Thanksgiving dinI -
,saU many his head away .insearch, ot c1l'ied ,
but I don't the place I borne jmpulse of two strong young heart.and.ended ., once would be to Ur guilty of s bad Thanksgiving dinner i .l taaer I and the foreman's pipe with bim.i '
She ,
Angela. She not at "
tyean Ko' suppose 55 was, _was .. display of ranitji', .*, w. i' la toe aftmoou there are games at
t very in the iwplayt, 'I
for tile Utter ,It'a cot j' h A. B. LEwm.w .
,u FLange big. M la hall a doleD other place where ,,-N IJ iC fna McA TzUL ,.

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I A Betrayal of It lie hailaaWPda- >: *__ ObtalaloL- .._ ;-' ;

eiplea of Democracy? :.. Oet.Ce.afrrOurjlntsrttt .. .

The:, Only Way to Secure'ReaJParty" Although ::1 have by no' meats ezr atcioat wits Entfan
haunted ,this vast subject .discussing grfat-that ty ttarconstimxl-oar-- Doe Your StationerySuit 1 '
Harmony. only a few phases of it I have sa2IJ ante .of trade u.t"muck of our precious : 'you with .,..'

enough, I think, to show that this policy ''metalM Amf the. effect 1 a ever :

of conquest Is. from the point 'ot worse than that, The ttnant'we hue You ? GOH Heals at UrlsgPrfeis! .
BO TBDOOHQ TO, OATCH VOTES been payingthem.. these usurers of the ....,
view" of public'm ral8" In truth Mcri&
world, for the past 2ff years Is In excess I Fresh-Pbrk, .
Inal aggressIon. made doubly,crIm1ria1:
of our balance of trade: and they
Tk. De_ the treacherous character of It and Beef "
e raUe Party Hut Stead .a by ,
are the remainder In
Infesting this
Its OWB Merits and lot ...11 For that from the point of view of material country to the,purchase of oUr cheap Next to bU'wearing apparel' tHere; is nothing Poultry

VIctory Throagh the Bad Govera- Interest it is a blunder-a criminal "
price property\ is
i a really neat man o>p ttleulat about uthaqaalUy *
neat ,cf the, ac>>.ltu..._Tra* blunder and a blundering, crime. 1 In the state of Illinois, In Logan and Eggs. .. ..

i .Road .. ..eee... have addressed myself to your reason Gangsmen counties. .Lad bill ofEaglaiid and Appearance of hIs Stationery.And .
= by sober argument without any appeal '01rDl 8Q.UOO acres! (land1 on Native Heats a specialty!
It Is well be
to harmonious bat ia it does his 'business
to: prejudice or passion. Might we not which once lived American home own very,11'11Lh. proclaim
t where there are conflicting personal ask our opponents to answer these a;: e.... surrounded I iby< ,their wkea+ an* I Your Patronage Solicit*!.
I Interests there can be no harmony. children D, a neat fitting and stylish suit of
if new
guroents they can with equally sober lOOt employee or tenants .'
Some principle of universal application reasonIng Instead of merely assailing somewhere. It la inhabited mainly I elotbu proclaims the Market on Banyan Street
-; >la apt to be lost Bight of or swamped us with their wild cries of by;Bosslan tenant-ne..I'l DpoIItefl : IMS WEST PALM> BRACE.

In en unseemly scramble for local con "treason" and "lack of patriotism"and to this country wftb Whom. but bu,Introduced .

what not? Or do they really feel their the Itish.rack- rent landlord .
It will if It Is
trolWe bare two great controlling political cause to be so weak that they depend system. He owns 190.009 acres,oC land : nTe'at E.H.DIMICK,
for its support on their assortment of In the stale of Nebraska and h) tig Proprietor
parties now standing face to face furnished: ,
inarticulate shouts and nebulous state of.Kansas EJngUsb.money lend- you by
and the of the
great mass people are Palm
phases? en' propwty-money-has been appreciating -
aligning themselves with one or the I plead the cause of the American to valae. eacfi dollar of It boyIng .

other according to their conceptions people against all this and I here de- mow and';mare of our Jtmerteaa thought kind of a1!house; present,a nice ape Beach

which will best subserve the privateas clare my profound conviction that It property English money lenders new 1

well as the public good. this administration of our affairs were own 50.660.000 acres'of bad along the pearane and make a'good impression, which Drug

If Is 'well enough to plead.for harmony submitted for judgment to. a popular\ Northern Pacificrallroadi takes far under would be
not the if used
in the Democratic party. Bat vote on a clear issue it would be condemned fdreclosare of the bonds I hare case you shoddy ..... .
why should there be any disharmony? by an overwhelming majority. stood on 80.000: acre of land \In Michigan paper,that was poorly printed. -tore

Why IB thereJany disharmony? Thplea I confidently trust that the American belonging an Engl&h syndicate.

.for harmony U,a confession epeople will prove themselves too clear and asked the only man living upon Now while speaking of ,houses, that'are and Royal Poicla'Pltnatf.
bonded not to appreciate the vital'dif It.,an Englishman what they were going '
t disharmony Is'It true as some say ference between the expansion of there.ublle to do wlt>.;lUandrhe:' & 't1 e1 'I "right," we'must not rail to mentionTropical '

I e 'imt. the great body of Silver Repub- and Its free institutions over were going to' stock.\ ;,,.Itwith...Engllahpheasants. ,, -DK1LIBS'IS .
.ins. Populists and others who stood contiguous territory and kindred populations -

x i. -h the Democratic party In 1SXJ, on which we all gladly welcomeIf Engtls'Ift"eWD' :1SIjorttjot the .- .'.; ,

cvonnt of the silver plank in the Chicago accomplished peaceably and honora stock: In two-thirds. :cfjth ratlrtads The- : : Drugs Toilet Artic/e8
platform are now abandoning bly. and Imperialism which reaches the tilted State;.coming Into possession l' '.' .
their support of that party and _re out for distant lands to be ruled as of most o* It through foreclosureof

turning their allegiance to the. par subject provinces: too Intelligent not bonds by reason:of the depreciation Fine Stationery and

ties they left" If It be 'true. then to perceive that our very first step on of the* Talue of. the property.and-' the
there must be something In the management the road of Imperialism has been a betrayal ability1! ofr oar people to vpentf aer.
of the Democratic party thatIs of the fundamental principle This condition- .bees-coming-opo '; : Druggist Sundries.

no longer attractive or. rather, of democracy, followed by disaster and us unconsciously while American allies .
something that repels them. disgrace: too enlightened not to understand of the English money lenders have Pifwcriptionsnarefully Compoaodad

Of these two great parties the Republicans that a monarchy may do such been placating the American people. East Coaat Butdnew KoIUited.
claim to be the party of things and still remain a monarchy., The American moneylender has been Sun

progress, and it makes no apologywhenever while a democracy cannot do them and caught'by the selfish proposition that WEST, PALM HEAim.' 6-10.9& I

It deems It expedient to ride still! remain a democracy; too wise not .his money under the gold standard !

over the Declaration of Independenceor to detect the false pride or the dangerous was Increasing In valve Eql&M i+ '
'ambitions or the selfish schemes seeks our subjugation! G o.'S.Hacker&Son '
strains the constitution to the ,
breaking point Its managers know which so often hide themselves under Which enjoys a well merited reputation for i

that the drift the trend of the wholeearth that deceptive cry of mock patriotism." HANNA QN TRUSTS. furnishing high-grade work. THE SUN has 1 t, J I
Is toward what 1s called progress "Our country, right or wrong! They II I

and whether that progress be of will not fall to recognize that our dig ... falwteal t. Geaerai Welfare .* the best equipped Job' Office along the East II I

any benefit or not Is beyond the'question. nity. our free Institutions, and the ea....The*,Are c.. a.. : I
It offers a hope and. whether peace and welfare of this and the Senator Marcus Alonso Banna, whorecently Coast,'and is better) prepared now than ever i I I

s any man or people ever realize upon coming generations of Americans will gave vole*,to the'sentiment / j
their expectations or not they ,always be secure only .as we cling to the that the English system of government. before to meet all the requirements of the .

hope to do so and the sentiment keeps watchword of tbe'true patriotism. Is superior\ to our own to many respects \ trade in that line. I
; their blood in circulation. "Oar country-when right to be kept made an apology" for trusts In j i Ii

;. On the contrary a large part of the right; when wrong, to be put right!"- bis* speech at Cleveland. He. denies ; 1!

'Democratic party stood for success Carl Schurz that defended them. "Large combinations i iI I

::f In the mistakes. misgovernment of capital bare existed for 200eare' High-grade Work : iI I
) Oermaa Oppose Imperialism* to'Engtand.." he said.' From hli ,i '' -'
wrong policy. Imperialism
The German American Is the kind THE SUN does "
and unconstitutional acts of the Republican newspapers viewpoint sthla\lettle&- ft., Trusts.art ; I
'' party wbkb.It,1s: Opt\nlllid. are becoming terribly In earnest over English,'yon know, and therefore they 1 MANUFACTURERS OF
'y' the of and MeKlnley's .
question Imperialism
initted. is now the Federal party reTired cannot be Inimical to the general wel Doors Sash 4
with the' royalist.. Alexander policy of ""peace first and ambiguity tare The'same argument will apply ,t and the only kind.: We have found through ,

Hamilton all Its jwtnm Mint awl also afterward' as Bryan so'aptly to Imperialism, which Is also EnglUa, Blinds
by clutching the dry bout* of Thomas puts It: Among these 0 papers are the and.moi wetalliam. If bard pressed an experience extending over a, number ofyears MouldingsBuilding .

,JetrNSOD. 'who _In a rabid golbng n Frele Presse of Chicago and the Cincinnati for argument:In the future to prove -ANDf I
Volksblatt the New York tlI'l'D ; that iy- pays .to do this, for when you
Chicago and Mew York and a IIlh'erern" .
Staats-Zeftung. the Moreen Jet saal ef :' 4 Material
Colorado.All 11 n' Nneenios tetsBMSrt.; IJto ,
New York the Westilche Post of 8t : once get a customer he will stick, knowing
.! .All 't tills ran never bring victory to Louis, the Louisville Anzelger the publican orator will bury to do will be CHARLESTON, 3, C. !
4 the Democratic pans. although it, Is Incite the fact that the mother cooo- that what is done for him will be done BIGHT, a'' '
Buffalo Volksfreund. the New Largest Factory Sooth.,
thr party dares to the hearts of the Jersey try never did. tab kindly ,to that 1s.etrnmeeat. I'
great mass of the peoplefor, an In Frele; Presse and the Wachter ce Ist .I.'Hatq and in a manner that, will be both pleasingand Send for Price
Anzeiger of Cleveland. All these .
case of ejectment. the plaintiff mu papers secured protection said '
recover on the strength of his own title are bitterly opposed to Imperialism Ur./lianaa. "American manufacturers attractive. \ I

f and not on- the weakness of the de and militarism toward which the weds abroad.: They'are'mtktag rapid The Dada cufj Stale fed? ,
present Republican administration II
I fendant's title. So the Democratic stifles and : successfully competing ,

{ 'J. party must stand on Its merits. It guiding the ship of state. The Literary wtdj the whole world." ; that's the West hIm Beach /%*&.,
must show what It can and will do for Digest prints a whole page of qua m' They are. But what has protection ",
tlons from different German '
'. the people. It cannot survive the American to.do with stimulating the foreign)
blasts of every wind of doctrine wbkhmakes papers and says "Not a few of them trade In manufactured articles which Authorized Capital 9100,000.

/ I It a goldbug.' a silver bug. anexpansionist of acknowledged Influence declare tort constitute the great part of our Cheapest after all. Paid :
boldly that a nation with a criminal Up Capital $15tOM.
l I I an imperialist or an exports We are not protected In the
"aunty" In various localities at one record like that of the people of the foreign market, and the very fact that
'I f and"the time. United States would be more profitablyemployed able OFFICERS:
same we are to compete with Europe at *
... i It Is oQ very well to stand upon the I In Improving Its own civilization her own doors Is a practical demonstration Even though yon might be able to send else- E.NOflfICK, P.id..t.

principles advocated by Thomas Jeff rather than In the attempt to assimilate that protection in this country U.D.HEHDRICKSOH, rlc.pmld f.

I ..rs n, but the question Is. What benevolently a faroff nation while it Is a good thing for the where for your Stationery and save 1 possibly CEO t. BRAININQ, CatUtr.
-. I I would Thomas Jefferson do now under that has requested the American army: trust magnates does not fcve labor an
j of occupation to return to Its ownshores. a few. cents on an order amounting.to several
I our changed conditions lie cannot ." equitable share of apoUl.-New 3 Office Hoar From 9 a.a. to s p.B.
be converted Into an Insistent Irrepressible tort News.FallUai'rrleee.
dollars, remember that time is consumed and
crank blowing both hot Caprecedeated Spectacle. .. 6aaeraIBaaklagBaslaeuTrtdColleetl.spromptlyremitted +

and cold proclaiming the gold stand- President McKInley and the eight estimable 1883-4-Tat c.u. delays occasioned in doing so, and, that if M day ftf ,
ard In one locality and the remonetiza- gentlemen of his cabinet are The paper money Issued la Germany reeelpL Drafu bought aid sold oa Ue aria
1 tlon of silver In another. What he did the very head and front of the nation and France was gradually withdrawn mistake should occur, you will have more or elpaleitlM of the United States. 4-.eJ !f

do Is one thing.. What he ,would doa and It Is a repellent and unprecedented In the years 1882-4., Thl.,tefaded to -
the Important thing to be determlned. less trouble in getting them rectified.
spectacle which they lower .
present as they general prices but prices tls cal 4
That nobody has yet told us. The pass through the country calling tastily ly do- not tall a*rapidly a*to the contraction
Republican party does not shed tears upon the multitudes In the name of In tae money the basis of 'An

over the remains of Ueorge'Wuhln everything sacred from Plymouth credit It its not until a panic comes The Sun Guarantees
', ton/ It goes right along doing what Rock to the
Dakotas to rally to accomplish that the loss of the heels U mush felt
ever, It thinks will keep Its retainers Mr. McKinley's re-election to accept but at that time everything tumabl advertisement
la omce and enable them to control all I
and ratify the Satisfaction
t deplorable business Besides the contraction In paper mon
the money In the country. It rolls Its which their
blundering policy has ey. Germany and France strengthened f
Juggernaut of progress over the tones brought the nation to In the
I Philip their gold reserves.In Italy from 1881
.1 t of American.citizens, dangles the bauble plnes.-Detrot! Free Press. 1883 inTHE '
i to
gold was Imported to the '
of prosperity to the few before the and Is right here at home, where it stands
amount of aojuO.OOa and
i'r eyes of the suffering many and wipes The Tta
,:' Plate Trait of paper money were retired and named ready at all times and under all circumstancesto '
away their tears of despair with a The tin
plate trust has closed the with'a view to resuming specie SUN
shirt of patriotism. In. the meantime mills at Cumberland. I II
i'o 1.000 payments. At the same time tb> fulfill its contracts the ktter. U you I
the of the
., many Democratic party men are thrown out of employment change from the sliverstandard to

are weaving garlands for the grave This closing of small manufactories by the gold statdard was continued In are not satisfied with work yon may have
of Tbomulefferson. Will
the various
Industrial combine U one
Holland Denmark. Sweden and Nor
The peopb know very well that we of the most depressing and discourag way' This contraction In the volume gotten elsewhere and wish a change .in the t
have always denounced the demonetization ing of the many evils that follow In I
of silver as a "crime." and the wake of the trust movement Not prices money' fn tended addItion'to' to produce the Increased falttng style or grade of your Stationery, bring results !

we either meant what we said or we only are thousands of men thrown Into
prevaricated for the sake of a few idleness and their families made for gold above mes tlooed. i
to there was the fact that .
peltry offices. They (the people) are suffer want, but whole the pppn
villages Send'In trial order
are done of a
Quick to perceive political Inconsistency desolated. In many Instances a factory she gold price countries were and will I

and they are perceiving It now U the sole Increasing faster than was the output
support of a town. for need
of gold from the mines. anything you may
when there are so( many who want office Minneapolis TImes.

of some or any kind and are willing I bring 'em quick. :
to advocate gold silver or the Shall w. Destroy Liberty Ba....... Bs..rt..at. )
".'..11 in'order to &t it If we are not No question since the civil war has If the United States Is determlaed to la the office or counting room-Letter Heads, .,

..Winners and will show by our acts been as grave as this: Shall we, a keep the Philippine Islands the first
that wt are standlug by the people and government for and by the people the Question to:be settled I III. Vfhat relation Note Heads,| Statements, Tags,. Envelopes, Just try it. t x

tlM> \:\'ule people' the people will stand exponent of freedom, stand before the will they bold to our government It I
Cards Bill Heads Bills of Counter
bysx and we han have harmony and world as a conqueror and destroyer of must be that of a colony. The cannot '
tart: \.tll then. political liberty? If the hold any other and thewf Mr \. ,
We most drop ,the course we ore people Pads, Circulars, Dodgers, Hand Bills, Pamphlets
ilruuJ conceit of a well known Democratic propose toward the PD11lpp1neaalute boo- should face the precise situation.

governor who bald last July hi conquest and government by usla Ways of corruption will open 1 up. at or in fact anything that you may want GEO.. H. MALTBY
the dty of Chicago "The question 1s right then we have been wrong the bidding'of officiate and greed and '
not ,what we are going to do forth' II from the signing of the Declaration''of Injustice] wm suit over the Islands in the line of PRINTING -DK1LES. IN-

Umetalllsts. but what the blmetallistsare Independence to the boom of Dewey's with the'' ferocity of a demon and ChtcI1saatrouan8i8' Household

gclng to do for the Democratic par guns.In Manila harbor.-Farm Stock of a pestilence to ices FurnitureFuneral
,: ty." This Is pothoue local 'politicsand and Home than a I decade the people otJthe United office

1 Is driving out of the Democraticparty A DUrraeefal Ststes wltt stand ID tae l presence ., the And' we will

a host of thinking men who will The nineteenth Spectacle. world a spectacle of 'saeme and dis-!
not follow after' the band wagon of century baa witnessed hoLOK-Cinotnaatl Esquire .

any office. seeker, whether be wants to that no which more England disgraceful: la now spectacle presenting than '. please you..sure. SuppliesA

be a senator governor, mayor or constable In her efforts Ret G. tq Qltekatalt.,.
., whose sole to destroy the fad e It is charged
Idea of bartuour l III that Joan R. McLean SPECIALTY.
pen's of
that which will otw a puny state and to'cap.l Is spending lots ot
land him In the coveted tore It for the money Maybe so, .
noire.-Cnarla U. Bwbiu! >>ou U her ( purjiom of extending bit It I la his own.! Hi did'sot blackman -
territory and (tower in Booth Af fourth Went Palm
class Beach
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LESSON 1t FOUR t'if QUARTER, INTER- I t ._..t.i Rev g. a. Doyle. 8, "TJ.tll He Ceae"-Tut, ,
ATIOMit':'RPBiFi;:'ner' ; Tonc-"0 ta .He toot" The lad'ser.i -
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Text of tk* Less<>., xlU 15-22. Paul's of we j "As often aa. ye eat this bread and ARIGHTSPARKLING. : .. .. PINEAPPLES. ,
description the Lord's ;
Xemorr V .....'lMTGol.e. Tnt.EL'Si rapper. ;jdrink; this cup ye proclaim the Lord's : ,: r
He had _
not been 'present when it f
8e..talT Pe..re. by was death tin He come." '-. :< '.: NEPTUNI!:, FLORIDA.
'tb.Acv. p.M.ltearas.' instituted. He had not received it from The great memorial" we may wellFall H-9-2m "
Christ's E
disciples, but from Christ Him- the Lord's Nelson'smonument
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.Icopyrtgbt,ml. by' D*M. Etearnaj self. How or where he received the ordinance '
;It'would' seem;that '..Nfhemlah '''atterbelnC'12 from Christ we do .not know don.: does not Trafalgar so fittingly square.commemorate Lon- THE BALTIMORE MOBS: J

years-it Jerusalem (compare'ehapters but we do have his explicit tatem'ent. the deeds of that great com-

U, 1. Ud-Eiii..G), returned to "I have received the Lord that which mander and the debt of the Brit ABE SAFRANEK & SON --
I .. Babylon,.tnd'.dnriaj .hi rabaen from also I delivered onto you." ish nation to him as this simple ,

sthe, holy city much evil:was wrought by 1. The Lord's supper is a divine or- service shows the gift of God in Christ MANAGERS OF :
the eaeak of the Lord. The rulers forsook dinance. ,It wasinstituted by Christ and constant Him. 4
our dependence
the house 6f. God ToWah r wa.perwittedtd'pecupy Himself in the supper room in Jerusa- From upon The Three Friends ..
a earliest times men have devised These are the expressions ,
'chamber,therein, the'Jews : lem at the close of the Feast, of the
schemes ,
to their
,Intermarried with Ashdod, Ammoa many perpetuate own Tailoring Company. -
; 'aasover.J;It was the Lord Jesus Himself .
names and the fame of their achieve-
and MoAb, and the Sabbath day became '
who, the night,He was betrayed ments. which can be heard on all
greatly frated'vel'lel 4-5,' 11, 23). Inscriptions and pictures on _.
our lesson today bar special. reference to took bread and brake and blessed it and rocky cliffs tablets of stone clay and ,, SUITS AND PASTS MADE TO ORDER'
commanded it to be-eaten in :
the last of these.IVl&'The remembrance metal buildings statues.: columns ,,, \
ordinary work of farm andrlpeyard of Him and the cup and blessedit pyramids, books' and pictures. all are sides concerning the news

rod the buying,and selling of'. attaching to it the same command. charged with the game 01
purpose- and '
Cleaning Pressing Repairing ,
fialv and other.Tictoals and all manner of This fact should'attach" peculiar interest
transmitting to coming generations the 'columns of
ware were common events in Jerusalem and importance to this feast. I A Specialty. ;'
story of the former times. A few sur-
on Qod'i holy day"notwithstanding that ,
2. The Lord's ,
is. memorial I
Jebohad Sabbath and reverence said, ",Ye my.shall sanctuary..keep ;my; I ;, 'This do in remembrance supper of Me" said vive.. the The hatred most part of men perish and and natural are for decay FIT AND WOP1HANSK1P 60AKAWED,

Christ. It is not memorial of
am-the Lord" (Ley. six. SO; zxrf.'2), and, only a gotten.It WEST PALM BEACH.. FLA. _
those who read the law knew that one' Christ but a memorial of that crown- ia well it Is so. for few have any- .

reutti Ifor'-the' long captivity through ing act in His life by which the world thing to tell of value to the race. The -0,.
which they had j Ja the matter* the Sabbath Christ "As often as ye eat this bread d. It has value for every one of hu Tll.ETROPICAL Clematis Avenue =

(Lev. nvi,:,43; ,II ,Chron. mvi. 21). and drink this cup ye do show the mankind. Its importance is vital for .
Wttft God gave the Ten Commandinents Lord's death.tin He come." The necessity -
well being to an earth and all who
from>Jlouat Sinai from the midst of the of such a memorial is due to the shall come after on these and fcr all Supply Store-::
iM.the people red'All ages -
answ that ;
f Lord hath said will tre do and te'obe-' fact that the human'heart is so proneto in all changes and through all worlds.
I cUent".tEx. .;xiv, 3,'7)), bat Moses had forget .We forget even our greatest The message of redemption, the offer of ::-West Palm Beach. Florida (:

not been absent'sbc weeks fromthem, be- benefactors with amazing ease., What salvation and eternal life, needs an ade J. D. MATHIS Ptopnetor. '
fore'they are seeD worshiping a golden a blessed ,thing it is, therefore .that quate memorial No writings or ma-
i eEx.; :: wstl. ;:40'8)).. See proof ,npon Jesus instituted this ordinance to keep terial constructions are sufficient to (Sicctwtrti Bran *| lIakay.'ACUJC') =

i proof that the carnal ,mind la ,enmity ns in constant remembrance at least of and it. What
preserve propagate verymonial My Motto-"Unic*Sale and Small Profit .
I against God. that it Is not subject to the the'm08t stupendous event in the history can be devised of'universal fit \
law-of God,'neither indeed can be (Rom. of the world 1 Though we forget ness for all men at all times and in'all Bahery Goods' and
Till. ,T): Inthe fesaoo,record both peopleof
all else of the ages past we should nev-
and circumstances?
J dah ud,1 of took in places Family Groceries
Ifa Tyre part .
er forget the death of Christ. '
the,Sabbath .breaking,( and today .both The Christian meal is an entirely
Jews and Gentiles seem to vie with each 8. The Lord's supper is a symbolThe appropriate and adequate memorial of .....My Specialty.Goods .

otheri9 commuting. same sin. Every bread and wine are not'actually the work of Jesus Christ on earth. All delivered

year sees an increasing amount of changed into the body and blood of must.eat and drink frequently to sus- .SUN.O of the City or across free the to any Lake part ,=
bosuusa eniAmuscmeBt.on.the Sabbath. Christ Transubstantiation! is superstition tain bodily life. In doing so there lathe t
day, and'it has actually come to this: and absurdity. The elements of active use of one's own powers in tat ill Orders Given Prompt Attention.1

There are.Q nisten in so called evangelical the communion are but symbol 'Theyare lug the food which only God could : Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest '

pulpits who think it no harm to indulge material types of spiritual attain cause to grow. We receive what we f prices paid for country produce.Buy ..

in recreation on the Sabbath afteiv ments. Christ is spiritually received.by cannot produce. We appropriate and of me and 1 will nave luucooey.Mathushek 6-1-97.
noon>nd teach the people so. The men
faith.by those who partake 6f this ordinance -
of'Tyre would'not have, continued to use what no one could force upon us. The OLDEST and BEST
in with
accordance Christ's

bring their 'wares to"Jerusalem on the appointment So we grow and thrive. In spirituallife
8abbata.lt the men *f Judah. God's pro-; The Holy Spirit applies to it is similar. God provides all gifts Pianos
leased people had refused to buy on that, our souls the blessings contained in this aid graces ready for use.. but all are .' published in the ;
day. ,How much sin the professed peopleOf Christian festival And thus alone can valueless and dead until we appropriateand newspaper Are Pianos Witb a Name
God are responsible for'in this world we be blessed in partaking of these sacred and make them The)
use our own. Pianos That Have A
today' God knows.There' la. one emblems. There is nothing efficacious Reputatio
bread of life must be fed upon to produce County. Each week they
second to
thing i that each IndtvidualrbeUever.ean in the elements in him who life in In and none. They are the
do"jui4 that is see that one's own life is administers them bnt when properly us. trusting loving kind thai have flood the test of
right beforeGod, la this matter of keepfng received the Holy Spirit blesses them. service we feed upon the Spirit of God contain time an have satisfied the most
in feed
loll Gdil'-'Sabbath day for'every as truly as eating we on ma-
to the good of our souls terial This is critical musicians in every way.
life made right will help to right others. provisions fellowshipwith
17..18.. Then I, contended, with: the, 4. The Lord's supper is a command. God. .' They Are Not '
"This do." said Christ He left no al,'
gobies jJndah. ., lie contended with Fellowship with men is another ele
them about forsaking the house of God ernative.. It is as direct a command as ment in the ordinary meal The family old style pianos that have been .. '

(verse 11) and about breaking the Sabbath -- can be found in the word of God. The sits! at the same table. and all eat of the rented for years and then offered -

;'reminding them of the-evils that indifference of multitudes to it who same food to be strengthened for their as"grtfci bargains," nor are

fca4 come,upon city and people because; profess to believe in Christ is inexplain- common work. Their interests are unit- All theNews they "cbeap, low.grade"pian08 '.,
01 former ains. When it came.to the,
able. Many never observe it, refusing Eucharist made sell half "
matter of strange wives he not only,contended ed. So in the the whole fam- to "at price.
with them but cursed them and to identify themselves with God's.pee.pIe ily of Christ meets to receive the same! .
Every Piano Is New
in the church where alone it is ob.
and be fitted for united work. ,
...ta them and made them take an oath spirit
before God that they,would stop this sin served. Others who unite with the Christ though invisible. truly present News'--: and every part is made in the.

(terse 85))., JVJien be found Toblah occupying church are often careless and indifferent in spirit to each one who sincerely that IS Mathushek Factory,

a chamber in the house of God he to,.this great command. How can we, looks for Him. which is a guarantee that it will
simply cast forth his household stuff and neglect or ignore Itt ,.
It is also a prophecy of the Lord's return last lifetime
cleansed the chambers, and when he 5. 'The Lord's supper is a permanent ...
Hs has to place t,
a ,
gone prepare '
4eat with t soa-la-Jaw.of Sapballat he Take Chances
Why -
> institution. "Till He come. says Paul rOD
and has promised to return and receive .
chased him from him. and thus be cleansed to the Corinthians. Christ has not come when the Old '
cheap pianos
His church Himself. He ia
the people from aff strangers (verses pre
..9, 28,'SO).', He was God's witness a yet and therefcre until He does this paring a home for His bride. The church ; not ,only from West Palm and Reliable Mathusbek can be :

comfort Jehovah,and he dealt with sacred ordinance is binding upon Hia is preparing herself for His coming and bought at prices and terms to .

fin,with a'firm hand. .Some Nehemiahs people. Let' UI(appreciate this high her new home. The Lord's supper keeps Beach and immediate vicin- suit you? There are more than

Hre.ncoded. today,. privilege .and find a joy and delight ever in memory the mutual pledge of 15,000 Mathushek Pianos ia r
that the and in showing forth Christ's .
19. commanded gates profit fidelity until His return and gives inward
ihodd'.be'uhut-and; charged that 'they death "till He come"Bible' .' the South. "You Should Have
and love to endure to the
but from all]
grace ity
ahoobdaotrbe opened till after the.Sab, Readings.-Ex. xii. 1-14: Pa. end. points 01 One."

bath. .Thus.he.took definite,and;verydecided xxiii. 1-6; c, l-5cxvi. 12-19; Isa. lili, Genuine Mathushek Pianosare

action and appointed some.of his 1-14; Mark xiv 18-83; John xiii. 1-15; Bishop Beverly WangH., note on the Lake and along only sold hyLUDDEX
own servants to see that his orders were
xiv. 18-21 Bom., v, 6-8: Acts, ii, 41. 'His life of service covered the first !
Tarried oat1 do not know any better, &
r fulLer more simple instructions as 4T; xx. 8. 7; Heb. vii.,25-28; I Pet. II. half of the century.. He was born in BATES'8. M. H.

to more Sabbath keeping than those utt,forth 21-25; John U. U.2i Rev. Ii. .10., Virginia in 1789\ and died in the city of the railroad, thus makingit Fred Kahn, Manager. i

(l4 .... Irlil.( 13. U, which pie no permiselon I i Baltimore in 1838. He was buried in 29 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla., 1I 1!

for out two Words or ways or pleas- Disappointment. Mount Olivet cemetery. Baltimore near I I

we,.bnt require the day to bo-wholly give God keeps a. school fur His children Bishops Asbury, George and Emory. HeY easily i

.09 tt God assuring us that it we do here on earth and one of His best W. R. MITCHELL,
.tWlithen we. &hall,ddilht ,our elvea in .
the Lord. In Ps. xxxvii 4, it is written teachers is disappointment My friend, Shoe Repairing Neatly Done, Har
when and I reach our Father'shouse ,
""Delight 'th1a it'in' the Lord and Heakall yon
: give thee the desire of thine heart. we shall look back and see that ness Sewed and Repaired. r

aX'.".&,the faecvhsats and sellers of all the sharp voiced, rough visaged teacher, I Out-of-town customers will receive !
,Wad fwarelodged without Jerusalem disappointment was one of the best The promt attention. Shop on Olive Street, '
one, or.twice." If the servants of Christ guides to train us for it He gave us Leading Family Newspaperof next door north of TROPICAL SUN Build.

Were always a* i eneverinl:'as the scrv- hard lessons; be often used the rod: he ing. S-IS. }
.iau'of the deril.-there might be more
often led us into thorny r 'hs: he """'
coomftUthedcfor our.blessed Lord., If.helisTers.were sometimes led U8 down into the valley
fully yielded to Christ and of the death shadow but never did the To Rent by the Hour or Day. "
tcalous only for His glory lie might accomplish Bade County.
'mp.re through them. When In promises read so sweetly when spelled! ONLY NEW BICYCLES IN TOWN.
Cateatta two jean ago. I heard of an out by the -ey of faith in that very ,
Utodr whoopee lived there who always valley; Nowhere he lead ns so often h Next Door North of Tropical San Block.W .

saw unmrthlng good In every one., Some or teach us and;'sacred lessons as at the R. MITCHELL, t
children one day asked her If she ever cross of Chrjat- Dear old rough handed tt Already THE SUN is wel- Proprietor.
taw anything good in the devil She replied teacher| We will build a monument to

"WdLchil< ,. e.ls very per e- thee yet and crown it with garlands
vering." It we were as persevering for and inscribe on it "Bleased be the come visitor' to nearly
the good aa le U for the evil,it would be memory of disappointment". Dr. i-
& "Fr9.\that tim forth! came they i I T.I L. Cuyler. :1 home in this section
| ,more,on .the Sabbath .He testified II I ery ,
gainst them and threatened to lay hands Fr the Sake of Pnaelda.. ;) I t

wthcm,if they. came 'again,' and that Ministers often preach,for the sake % and its attractive SUBSCRIBEFOR
tapped them. If,a,wrong thing comes of preaching, not for the purpose of being BISHOP BtVERLY WACGH. many

.. & 4IIlJ notice that we have the power. .heard., God's voice was mistaken was converted at 15 years of age and I
to.(top or at least testify against it. an4 for thunder. Men heard Him although at 20( entered conference. He filled some features are bringing new
.we do nothing or say nothing our silence they failed to catch the meaning of of the moet important charges in Balti I
of the evil. The
Buy make us partaker what He said. There is a force in being more conference. He was afterward

t l5 V flpkit...through bringing John not the say doctrine that if of any Christ one heard. Great preachers have usually made book agent at New York and in recruits to its ranks each r !',
a&4 ,anotbvr should live him greeting, great voices. John the Baptist'mus'have 1836 was elected bishop. On the deathof I.. .1
that' coo becomes\ partaker of the evil had a marvelous speech power to Bishop Hedding in 1858 he became week. L

doctrine (11 John b. 11)).' Nehrmiah was have been beard by the vast multitudesthat senior bishop. He was for 49 years f f

_* partner in Sabbath breaking. thronged his ministry. The "still. abundant in labors His travels before -

tl. ",tad | t.'OIJlQWKle4the Levites small voice" could reach a"single audi- the age of railroads were very extensive .. : ,

that they should cleanse themselves and tor alone in the mountain but the mul- and in 23 years of service be was never 1 ,

that they should come and keep the gates titudes are not moved that way.-Presbyterian absent from one of his conference sessions 'l.N
to sanctify the Sabbath day." Only the Journal as bishop. His death was sudden '" ." ,,- ; "
make clean. Those '''-
dean can >help i to>
from an affection of the heart He was "
...IIPar the vessels of the Lord must JudiciousAdvertisers
be clean. In the.ordinance of the red A Good Sane.! dignified simple in manner kind hearted -

heifer It required clean' person both to Secure a good same to thyself by living and of sweet disposition. ,
gather up the ashes and to use them in virtuously and humbly, but let this
sprinkling the unclean ,In II Cor. Ti, good name be nursed abroad and never Select the Best. THE SUN.

,J4. to ,U.U If we would know what It be brought home to look upon it. Let It ia a pleasing perplexity which
means to be sons and daughters of the others use it for their own advantag comes each year with the Christmas
Lord Almighty and to have God as our holidays this selecting for the
let them speak! of it if they pleasebutdo presents
Father we are told that we must deansejondvM not thou use it at all but as an instrument loved ones. What memories of the past
filthinesa of the flesh!
from all to do God glory and thy and plannings for the future 1 What

>of awl God spirit\ Nebemiaht perfecting looks holiness to in God the don neighbor more advantage. Let thy face. consultations and secrecy I What mik Realize this hence the free

for his reward and says, "Remember mel, like Hoses', shine to others but makeno ing and buying I We wish to give each !

-0 tD1 0 CI.", Bee also verses 14, 81.'Vn- ,looking glass for thyself.-Jeremy one the best and most appropriate : J

Die fonDer "' r'orv-he did,DOt take., Taylor present possible.So use which they make of its Brelsford Bros ,.
!trip the people that.which he might have* FTaict.Converting should it be with our gifts to
Ukto..but from his own means he cared) E Christ Shall we give less thought to
for many (chapter T. 14-19). lie might! grace is a free gift but Him and His claims than to these lesser colums and its increasing Real Estate and Insurance

kite laid with Paul "I have kept myself" it is not a crown. Just as soon as you friends and their pleasure? Give Him ,

from being fettrdautwne unto you and,, give yonr.heart to Jesus you are enlisted your best- -the best moments of the da: ; PALM BEACH, FLA.
have added. "f siYe me..this.wteag. popularity as an advertis-
be might for a conflict that will continue until in heart devotion the best words and
.* (U Cbttii, 9; alt, 13.) We may] Public.
i '' the last blow is struck. Ton will not smiles and and deeds. Select with Notary Cottages to Rent .
,test aesued that no labor for God U iaivsta ; :
w shall be nnrtwarded (I Cor, irJIliMiitU. get to heaven before your time.Ln.YJ greatest care your daily gifts for Him ing medium. Post ffit'\! Building.North ol

*!)., ,I Ij I If her&a. -, for He has given you heaven's best 6-1-97 PotuelanaUoid.

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not touch a drop of intoxicating drink To a Sea Sh L. } &fttf A Splendid Watch .
and not go into any vice in order to win -
Written for THK TBOMTAI Sex.
a fight The man mho says he cannot .
A OV11D ItIs, to be sure. Re- Whence comest tio? btHtifal iheUt A Directory of the Local Chuttbe* t
; 1TtpgR help the use of profane language will
; member that my place is GrcUo of enamel f Palace of pink
,, 1bscLs : ; y.and for a day or a wet k in the presence f.- FLORIDA HEADQUARTERS Killing at cue on the crest of waves and Religions Societies. 1

\if a lady and never use a profane word. That a gallant ship might IIDt:.
Jt- .pl..opal a..v..... ( 1
God bolts us responsible for our existence The little life hid IB thee
: Fine Silver Table-Ware. Watches Birthday Heeded not the(eInetI shock; EPIKOP.u.CJlV&CBtkL I
'I i our care of our bodies, our time and Wedding Gift, Watches The wildest strife of wind and sea RKV.L. Fin J AMU Hisoav Rector. l
4 wealth influence.Man Service every Sunday morning at 11-o'clock. I
our our Served its slumbers to rock.
and Clocks. onlj
: ; Sunday School at 3 p. a.BBUTnKBdouD !
,, is more than a physical, an in. Oil ST. A D W. .Meet* o_ ,
14'j\ Who painted thy ro c-red lips? ins Second and fourth Wednesday of etthmootn I,
/Ae/ cc; teliectual and responsible being. Man is R. J. RILES, Canopied thy couch with pearl? RW. U F. Hixbt,Director.ff. .
; /-f 44tk an immortal being. Man is not immortal Did Amora'i fingrr tips .I*. lUisraona.J*.. Secretary.' I

:4 e because Christ died for him. The deathof THE JEW ELFa.JACKSONVILLE. Give grace to each Perfect whorl? t..
II 5 5 Did she paint thee with the flowers Holy Trinity Ualon.
Christ or the faith in Carut don'tconstitute FLORIDA.DADE'S .
: In the gardens of the dawn. West Pains Beach .
immortality. Christ died forman With curious dyes no mortal eyes Service win be he'd regularly every 8ua4rat '
; because of his great value, his im. Have ever rested ont T.8o p.rn..iB tie new Epucopai church cor.Of I
: tables. I was much interested in Evernia ami Poinsetta Street Rev. I.. HU
'ITHeTkP I mortality. Yonder sun, moon and stars Say I whence comet thou frail hermitage' James Hindry will nave charge of theacMrvice .
his and he will make a success -
I work hope
pay all perish, but man, never. Let us Of a tiny being that lives no more? I LADIES'GUILD meet every Friday at 1.30
(Continued from fast page.) be has several varieties of oranges p.m. Mis.GOT X. aUTCAir,Prut.UBS. .
look for our authority. First, there it a ; This is the question every age GAXBXBB Sectetuy.p. .
and the former loaded with Is asking o'er and o'er. ;
difference in the mode and
description and wished to know if this report was l
fruit. Capt J. A. Armour has a valuable Knowest thou anything. B. ChdMh Sooth.
of man's creation the animal ,
: : over crea
correct. H replied that it was partly so, Shining sport of the bitter seal i
place which adjoins that of Mr Grant Sunday School 10 a. m..and Ipworth LttffM '
> tures. There was a consultation, and but not exactly correct. He went to Hast thou in thy far wandering 3 p. m.. every Sunday. General prayer ate&I I
; ; God said, "Let us make man in our the polls voted the Democratic State and is also growing vegetables. Reached the heart of the mystery? tug Thursday evenings at 7:15. Ladie prayer
: A short walk took me to Mr. T. B.Snyder's meetings I'ridaYlfteritootMatL FreacMag*etwvtcu
image after our likeness. and let him and County ticket, but voted for no one Why did thy tenant sleep soft at night Sri,second and third Sunday gf each
.. place and to | that what I month at ii a. m.and la the
say Po" evea-
have dominion over the fish of the sea While I,to many ills a prey. 7:15
TT .for President or vice-president that inc service
1- ; a song will be held half as boor be
and over the fowls of the air and over Mr. Arthur Sewall Mr. Bryan's running saw here astounded me does not conveya Walt, impatient. for the light? fore the regular divine service. V*would be
J pitv true expression of feelings. I Canst thou answer? Say glad to have you present; come oat and help B*I .
SERMON S. Ii MINK the cattle and all the earth. "And my The held
: mate was bin cousin, but he objected The storm filled him with delight Sunday* .trvicc will be at.
...... .. entered the grounds from the south end Lantana it 11 a. m. At Uypoloxa, at t .
--"' -----....-- .. God created man in His own image; in to the silver plank in the platformand That mates me shiver with dread; At Boyntos,7 P. m. Po.

I the image of God created He him male for that reason did not support the and my gaze rested upon an avenue His house. so buoyant and tight, Kev.J. LWaLxzipajtcr.Consegatiofta1 .
: AUk.V1'llt.S. e .";: !tiL '"i 11..It.,
1,000 yards in length and thirty feet Nature never imperiled.Without .
.. I aud female created tie them. National ticket.I .
Saud&.Iorueinb "
_... I I The general impressions of humanity : asked him if he had since changedhis wide bordered on either side with rigging or sailor mast CboMh.Bev. .
4 cocoanut trees placed at regular inter- He found new heavens, new stars, 8. IX PAILS,Pastor
Gal has the belief of the zoul'immortality
Rev. S. P. Paine f \ae.ied l to two I views on this question, and he nn vals, with fifteen varieties of hibiscus Pasting: the clumsier crafts of men Service at It a. m. ant 7:00 p. .... 8day
on the universal heart of hesitatingly answered. "I have that school sad Futon Bible CU *t to a. B .
large, congregations last Suiincy.; Tie ; and other tropical shrubs. Rnn- Silently, and unawares. Cbri-tiaa Endeavor at 6:80 p. .. Prayer
_, 1 the I man. I saw in the parliament of re I the increase in the production of gold: many What rare sights did he see kte tlBjt Wedlll'lld"J at T p BJ. '
:: :' sight congregation ,was "He I ligions'at Chicago the representativesof from natural causes such as its discovery slug east and west through this beautiful In the watery gulfs of green I

largest that Dr. Paine \" h? \ her fce I over twenty-one hundred millions oft in the Klondike added to the increase lawn are two avenues expending from Here a general ot Carthage. St.Ana's Catholic Chorth.Betnanlne .

; has been here. A l TgnaTiVr c"j e reiiionists of the world out of the in Australia and South Africa the Indian River to the ocean, whichare And there the form of a queen. with Sunday.Jcaaary 8th. there
J men were prafeut. A -,, i,< -i.- will be Holy Mann aid Sennoa every Su4j
young connected the front
dytseahnndred i millions of the world'sinM'tit had brought silver and gold closer on ocean by Pavements of turquoise blue at LOo'ctocka.m. Sna4ay&hooIap...
i of the morning serrtryfs i t rinK! anott er avenue three hundred yards in Fringed with waving:anemone and Vwper! service st 70 p. ..
special request of, seuie w'/m he ari e\\, nts. and all believed in immor. together. The war with Spain and our length. The lawn comprises forty acres Mountains, ot glistening pearl ,Oa week day MOM will be at 7*.*,
tvuy of: man's soul. The Chaldeans, troubles in the Philippine Islands also And red coral branching fiee.
: The folio,*ing text. "; 'wcs' sdeetc: .. I! Grecians, Pythagoreans Egyptians Chi aided the natural causes already alludedto and anyone who has an idea that a Priceless treasures, strange miracles, Hveulog 8t.* boda **. **.
"What is MBfe, fiat t'1r.i. .1f'Jft ":t i pretty lawn cannot be made iu this Sounds sublime diverse abound Knight* ot t>ytbi .*,
,, r1ethe wild, untutored Indian- and the of this
magnify himmd sfcat \ ,': ,1:, l'ht i amount money country
his mind of Wondrous, ineffable MeHseveiy Fa Ida ,
climate will surely disabuse spectacles KtehtatlMo'eloekittBoV
set thine heart 'upon >: ;>'".- ."J;' \.:, :', ;Relieve in unconditional immortality would need for the next ten years, in In those sunless depths are found. aid time. Voting bn thei .-& \, UvUed.
There Is no book iu; ">e fri i ii 1:1 1 It was taught by Plato, Homer, Soctatss his opinion lessened what setmed to this fallacy bv a visit to this lovely place. Cant'e Hall over '''bileScllool hikSi...
'. I' The is under the With its three ranks of oars a trireme S. H. HArnauTT,C C. 0WI
the completed canijo! !! 1 So'.':};'-", llPlj Cicero. It is found in the writings him in 96 a very great danger; besides, property management Anda Chinese jnnk of gold; (. B1:1)J), 1... Jt.0I1L A8, .+u
of Mr. F. Schulz: who
has so exercis t'-i: t---: "-.".v.r-Vi ;>.;iv--s I 01: Brahmins, in the Koran of Moham. he had altered his opinion of, Mr. Bryan I Here a maiden of Dido's time

theologians as the IrokT. ) ji>. It I i mod in the oracles and histories, of all since that time and now believed him to lived in Chicago, and while in that city Alabaster white and cold Dade's Fertile Soil

has been disputed vrLf.ift--r were- 10 I i| peoples. The millions of Roman Cath- be a sincere honest man, possessed of I. was engaged in the South Side Park as As she was, she seems\odJ)'. .
florist. I asked him if he did findit who mourned her
consider it a real narrati\.. or u p..cii.-al: j i! utica, the millions of the Greek Church, very great ability, and that if he was I a not But they Written for THE TmoriCAL Sm.
difficult much such lawn in Where are they?
allegory. The 'writer of the book, te ;i! && 'millions of the Episcopal Church, renominated next year he would take very to a -8. H. S. The wonderful fertility and vast area

age when, 'it was 'wnticnt. tfie; scene i; the ttP.Iions of the Methodic Church all pleasure in voting.for him ; that Mr. this country ; he said that he found .5* of Dade's truck lands is nowhere in the

J where it'took place, ail are> idise?sy
Some theologians ,|;ell us i u i""' -">, the bOule It is not reasonable tit"sup. issues and, /n/ his judgment here and in Chicago, explainingthat -- than at the new settlement of Potrpaao.
much care and attention had to be Bulletin No. 60 of the Florida .
some to JlesopotaRjia, .)the-, *.. ne i pose all arc wrong. will beat McKinley in the next face. Experimental The writer was greatly surprised, la a

great Arabi'an' Desert rg.iUK I'd.: u > I Let ,us go to the Great Teacher the I asked the captain what he thought tievoted to the work in any place, concluding Station has been laid upon our recent trip to that place! to find tuck

written before Ab.sftb.aGj I! :, 'i > ..1 incarnate Son of God. The Father said, of Judge R, W Davis the Congressmanfor by mentioning water-as the very desk and upon examination we find it activity as was there being displayed ia

inspired poet in ttis time ff ;,.. "lhOU- "This is my beloved! bon; hear ye Him." this district, and he answered "Thus important factor in keeping grass in a of great value, ranking among the three the preparation of large tracts of muck

It is evidently the oldwt written Jocu What does Christ teach that ought to far Judge Davis has made a first-class healthy condition.Mr. best bulletins issued by the Station in land for winter cropping. Land that a

went in the world, an
piece of poetry, ifctwi or profane ex of the rich man and Lazarus. It is as satisfactory to the people as his system on the place and he work done by Prof. P. H. Rolfs before the Nile, was overflowed by high waters,

tant.' 'I believe {t is 3 real!, narrative, found in Luke 16,19-31. Some think it first, I do not see how he cnn be beaten. showed me an artesian well which is 500 his departure for South Carolina, and it is now being cleared, ploughed, hoed

;. from the other scriptural rvu-rence to is a literal narrative. Admit it is From National we turned to State affairs feet deep and generates sufficient pressure serves to show more clearly than ever and planted, and in a few weeks' time

;1 it-Ezekiel xiv, 14, also ,James' \. n.I It parable. The object of Christ's teach. but the Captain did not have such to run an overshot water wheel the loss sustained by the State iu the several hundred acres of muck: land will

seems (a me clear that he fivu hfore ings was to convey truth, never to mis- decided views as he has on the former, which furnishes the motive rower that resignation of that able and indefatigable be like a vast garden thriving with

the comniemtiiient 'of tb, Mcs-iic iixpenaiion : lead. "A certain rich man fared sump explaining that he knew very little of runs a compressed water tank which worker. We shall present in installments tomatoes beans cauliflower and other

it' a& ilieje* uareftft'icf ;n ttte tuously every day ; he died. A certain what was going ou in the State of a political operates the sprinklers and hose necessary the professor's discussion of vegetables.
to supply this immense He the various fertilizers which have
place. been
whole: book to say *>f ititmee" jf ifc.-.t beggar named Lazarus, lie died. Christ character, and for that reason Looking over what a few years ago
;f" has under his care a covered conservatory : tested in pineapple cuitnie.ThIa .
economy. ; lifts! asiile the curtain that hides the took very little interest in the question.He was considered a wild waste of land and

1 want this ciowiatf iu pieacft ou man invisible world and says they both existed stated' that he knew Judge W. S. which comprises one-fourth of an substance U so common to our water, there are now to be found scores _

from the text in the jtfc diaptt-t a-id one in suffering, the other in en. Jenning and voted for him for Speakerof acre and which contains over two hun market and has been cf such generaluse of tillers of the soil intent poa extractIng "f

thenut joyment. lIe clearly teaches conscious dred varieties of flowers, foliage plants, that everyone seems to know what it the wealth is
17th terse. An. importin4 < the House in 1895; that Judge Jen that imbedded ia the
wirselVes.*:Man". fr.r"i ; in the life If it teaches palms, etc. Mr. Schultz devoted four is. ,Kot many years have passed sincethis' rich alluvial coil of
know ;3 'phvs- ness to come. nings' rulings were fair and jut, and he these flats. Deep,
,I I teing1pIacii1: uqlr pbvs.rI ,. 11\>.5 anything it teaches that. presided over the House with dignity.As hours to me in showing me over the product was regarded as a waste rich black muck from two to four' and a

I, He is fearfully.a, Ifo'Ot'riuiJ; :, n:, lie The transfiguration of Christ Moses regards County affairs, the Captainsaid grounds, and I only wish I were competent and in the way. Sometimes the sub- half feet in depth, the rich productive
He is the perfection of *> m< ..., ;-.tat., had died i.Soo years before ; Elijah 800, he had very little interest in them, to do this description justice but stance is added to the soil in the form of ness of .which seems inexhaustible ; a

combining all that is- vaiuM! !Ujr.: i !ie ,n- 'r or had been translated. Both these men aside from what he had already said console myself in the belief that very whole seeds; that is the whole cottonseed condition of agricultural land which is

:: tirnl' in 1teI1. The firi i',11.1 iV.irxaited came.ami talked with Christ. about good roads; however, he stated few people are competent to convey without having the oil expressed.This attracting not only farmers from other

2 \ htad, thcoii.ti.ta"iv! ; .1!i. ::,t. Paul says he was caught up into the that he is unqualifiedly in favor of primaries more than'a vague idea of this grand however is a waste of labor and parts of the State and country, but

That which, disua .u,h,'. >i> hllUdl! third heaven, into Paradise and heard for making nominations for place, either in manuscript or orally material, inasmuch as the oil it containsis which IL also drawing the attention of
'. and will add that this be of little value
must or fertilizer and
place no as a
body the mo from tUt nirrcreation .iv.inai unspeakable things. He comes down public offices believing that method to bread earners in other avocations ia

is (e&pcio.,eM ni :"!' hram and bays he has a desire to depart and be the safest and most satisfactory to seen to be properly appreciated. Had makes up a very considerable portion life. Mechanics artisans, tradesmea

and the possessfor of, n.t lumin: h-ir--! I lie with Chi is;. Then again be says the majority of the people. I certainly supper with Mr. S., after which he of the weight of the cottonseed. After and even professional men are turning
rowed the Hobe Sound the oil has been .
to store the remain
me over expressed
By possession of the han.1 tn-.ui U.ss; an ""Absent from the body, present with enjoyed my visit, and shall never forget their attention to Mother Earth as the
where I shook hands with him and material is in fine flour
advantage over erer'r f.thcr crritnreBy (the Lord." Paul never believed that the Captain and his estimable wife for ing ground np source of all wealth, and especially to
assured him that would affordme known the market
-It. he can-dig tij* poitl (rum the he would be unconscious until the morn- the way they made me feel at home.I nothing on as cottonseedmeal. this part found to be so rich and fertile.
more pleasure than for kind Fate The price of cotton.eed meal is
j earth aqdfashicut_ it u.t.j} a Cl'uh to leg: of the resurrection. returned to Stuart via Alicia, at And what we can say for the Fompaao

I deck the' >rowt>ryi! esnpei r or Kinj;. I John, in the revelation he had at which place I boarded the train, and on to decree it so that I would in the near quite constant bright cottonseed meal settlement ran also be said for the rick

:. He can: ,gathtr tb vh uu'nh tn'm; eaihicat I Patinas looked into the open door of my arrival put in the time by paying future have the opportunity to accepthis being slightly higher priced than the lands extending along the line of the

#. and seatBnd jsreate ;:alllL'Iti:" 1 h 1 I Heaven and saw the great multitude of short visits to the Messrs. M. R. Johns friendly invitation and spend an dark. The difference in prices repre- canal from Lake Worth to Biscayne Bay

: on the walls of a Lpuv.t VoJ : .!.\lIiI', all nations: and peoples praising God. and Otto Stypmann after which I went entire day with him.A sents accurately the difference in valueas and southward through Cutler and

: gallery and be' tht- WN..H, r ,,; si.c' ,.vtidk !''Think you all these men and Christ south on the railroad track to where I tramp of one mile over the heaviest a fertilizer.As other south portions of our wonderful

He can build a-Bilto f- ;t\::, | would have left an impression that wei found Mr. H. C. Olsen preparing some sand hills I ever saw brought me to the a source of nitrogen for pineappleswe County of Dade. We venture to say

dral, or throw a hrdaracaiaract7lle '.-" r i-- ,t. ';,! i ate, nmortal if they knew that we all i land to plant vegetables. His pines are railroad track where I flagged the train wonld not consider it as of first-class that we are but 'on the threshold of:

cs": T.1",' ".iT\- ,,', the [ slept after: death and were unconscious I in fine condition and ae intends to cover and returned to headquarters after a value, especially for spruce pine land. Dude's prosperity in agricultural development.

: bed of O'd OCCHCn the grave until the morning of the two acres of them. That night I left trip cf eight days. My next stop will Low spruce pine land, long leaf pine With favorable seasons as of

'? around the waiid 2.j :ui-. -" .I S.L')!; I resurrect ion ? for Kobe Sound, ind am sincerely be at LaUana and my intention is to land and the close, compact soils gen. yore and with a "let live" policy by

There is no limit to tbt- iavtt-ti'.o b'1"niu. I Man is a sinner. Man is savable. thankful' that I did not permit myself tobe visit every settlement in Dade County erally give fair returns for the cotton our transportation companies this sec

of man Clni't came to die. for universal man dissuaded from Several i between Sewall's Point and Cutler and seed meal used as a source, of ammonia. tion of fair Florida is Abound to stud

: J Man c is a Divine crejt.o '. The uid I None are exempt ; there is no restriction people whom I made doing inquiry so. relativeto I write up anything which I think will As: a first application to keep plants from forth pre-eminently above all others baits

idea of the world beg but ".,- fJ years -all can come. Come then' today. getting a place to that night interesest the readers of THE SUN being "sanded" it is of decided value, agricultural and horticultural ad.

old .is not belieed, by. ?BJJ; yiteil-gt.: t!! Man ii dignified and grand, like some I said that if I got off. the stay train at Hobe, --e. S. 0. FITTS. but for later applications it stands rather vantages. X. X" X.Interesting .

student of the Bible itAzy. Miws sr.ys old castle in Europe in his very ruins. low in the list of those fertilizers whichare
Sound I would probably have to lay in -S.- .
in the beginning God crtai ihe! llvav- God ;wants yon.< What shall. it profit At It Again. sources of ammonia. Some very
., the fcrub that night. Nothing daunted,
ells and the earth ; he sa>s nnthir;{ { you if you gain money, pleasure, honor, I made the stop and was lucky in meet- The Tallahassee correspondent of the excellent: fields of pineapples have been .Experiment

: about 6 ooo years ago. mel chtw,j'cg\: a id la. e your soul Think !II' produced with nothing else than cotton- i
ing one of nature's noblemen in Mr. D.
Savannah News concludes along dispatch I Dr. Schafer of the First Artillery
on the top c.f our EiliSes the seed meal, but this cannot be continued now
of the world don't pro/ejaiP gtu.bircd g "Ie I.e-- Ip M. Bryant, who took care of me that dilating upon the defeats of the indefinitely. The pineapple grower stationed with a.detachment of men*at

The earth! 'may be millions .d i ,'biItiouf I !fv night and the next morning directedme Railroad Commission with the following who finds cottonseed meal a source of Egmont Key, Is putting ia his time 09 '

t :: tTake Care'o Your Boys. to what is Hobe Sound pioper, and shelf worn prophecy : ammonia for his particular piece of land experiments in the interest of science
f of years old, afad/ there is ro, coir;.(<,.c I.
which proved to be the most interesting "The Florida Railroad Commission is and humanity. His first
experiment Is
J should not the
tiqn between Rfvelitian apfi :S,V. 'c.I : < '' change source, except as
believe in evolution AS fa as'hl;
Mr. R. E. Serjantson, the proprietorof an expensive luxury ; its members there is better form. Besides bite of the deadly rattlesnake. When
is concerned, tut I d;, no ;,. 'n ve u: : lack"after it carefully and not let it run a .
the Hobe Sound Store was very kind have striven nobly to out the he he
carry pur being of ammonia cottonseed was placed at Egmont found that
far .. a source ,
evolution .rr4t-':
as ui n CUi i arann'd:: at tight all over town. But if
iu directing me to the various planta- pose for which the bo.ly was created, contains there were a goodly number of reptiles
meal small of
I don't tbuk.tLat: Ka.3 ?,. tit a picei j he has a boy it is different. He is turned a quantity pot-
tions on this part of Indian River, and a but they are not greater than the law, ash and phosphoric acid but these and he studied their nature and the
i of protoplasm. J heiiei -_ t:; God m i( c louse at a tender to to the devil
I age go short walk brought me to the field of and it seems almost a certainty that the effects of their poison, and determined _
1 'man out of jte-cicisun. ::!?'.ser aatiM I and people wonder where the quantities are really too small to be '
great C. B. Hankey, of Cornwall, England, next legislature must either make rad. to and find antidote.
J 1 breathed into him 'h I.e.. i 4ie, at:1:: i of deadbeats loafers and taken into consideration when we are try an He finally i
army tramps,
which is> under the management of Mr. ical amendments to the present law or reached a conclusion. He takes ''
a dog
man became a ,iivn.; ',.,.:. a orii :| *>is come from each decade. fertilizing on typical pineapple land.
; They are T. N. Banner also of MY. '
England- abolish the Commission altogether.The and inoculates him with the poison
nated in the G-r.e : o. i; \ .\ a:. '. not :,ris ;jgensiaatad from seed DRIED BLOOD.
lure Banner informed me thit the cold had latter course is more probable.This from the snake. In three minutes the
a ZO&oic2I, garden. That my fir..; from PUT homes and broadcast This refuse and
sown was formerly a
I twice destroyed
of for
seven confident
acres pines conclusive and pre- dog is dead. The animal then dissected
conviction. upon streets and alleys. It may be that him that he has one which created more or less disturbance ,
: ; now two acres covered, diction has a familiar sound. It was and those spots of flesh directly:
: Man is jan accounuit rt.iig.responsible He i3 your boy is makiug a growth in that and if his method of protecting them heard even before the act of 1897 was at packing houses. Chemical in. affected are taken out The essence of

? renders! :.cc.--ii :.' : direction.: At all events the showed that blood -.
:UI boys ought he vestigation was rich
proves satisfactory will increase it to passed; it was repeated during the cam this flesh is secured by a process and is
I God: for his actions. wor.Uth.: ;, '" to be given an equal show with the ten acres next yearj) Mr. W. G. Stokes paigu: last year; and it was dinned into in ammonia, and consequently the dried then just what is wanted. This fluid 1'

l He can snow hi? .h.tl', rtct: ; ; bail: pup." product would give a fertilizer ,
: has four covered great
acres C. I
; Jackson I our attentive ears during the session of when injected into another dog, make
compare and freely ac.i. 1\- use/ "" '.; The above clipping we find credited three and one-half acres, which bethinks 1899. value. It contains about twice as much the second animal absolutely immune

talk about the exis cs: e ,: LV,;i. ,t j to that p.olific source of wisdom and he will Mr.- ammonia as cottonseed meal, being thusa
cover Machattie has
I ; The Commission, however is still in from the effects of the poison even when
man cannot control l;h f;" '. : i v>t :.; : ,',. jphibpby, "Exchange" and the man two acres covered ; Mr. H. C. Stokesone being and as full of vitality as when concentrated form, and sells for about some of the same is used that originally

Heredity hai saoieibiu. \0 lo '. : h t wJo wrote. it. never, made a more perti.I covered the ( twice the price. To the pineapple
acre Indian River
; first created Rome was not built in a killed the first dog. Or, if it is used
;: man's iife..ie ais lf, b.BJ, iu iorcx.o) nnt observation. Niae-tenths of the Pineapple Company three covered time grower this is quite an item, especiallyin
acres ; {day, and it may take to place the after a bite it will have the same effect.
circumstances and no soccsU can worthless! members of humanity view of the fact that all of the fertil.
: owe J. Powell three acres covered, and W. railroads under a perfect system of This is experimental and Dr. Schafer
compel a to do trocg.. lie may be their: condition to the izer has be hand. .
man :: present : fact of a Gordon Brown six acres covered.I I State supervision; but the people of to applied by -Pine will give out his final results after
tempted, and earth is n trial place l carelessly trained childhood and the apple Department in Times-Union and
; we put in a very pleasaut hour with thelast Florida are determined to keep whittlI Citizen. making further investigations.-Tampa
are all on trial hm hut. jio.devi. ; | and | fathers and mothers of hose worthless named and indebtedto _.
gentleman is -
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aOl OmtiDaiiol' ) )- tievQa can c&inp l f members' arc in nine cases out of ten to him for a kindly act. On learning accomplished. Why will the cor. ,Violin For Sale. izen.

you to do a wr ajg at4f J'f.1&t insert Jour| blame. Keep the boys off, the streets that I intended going to the east bank poration press and corporation correspondents -a. .

will power., Don't, wfamt about (>!i I anfljfit }homej where they ought to be, of the river he had one of his hands persist in supposing that Flor- A splendid violin fifteen years in use
n't'i > a1l1' -anjl tbenext will be ded- ida will reject as a bad thing that which No need sending from home
weakness.pt* ar II generation a row me over to Mr. John Grant's place. in first-class condition can be boughtfor away for

you want Vu bfe t'ru. ik i p.'t: ;' j :dt't J, ratpnjveijient! ; over the present-: ,I found this gentleman in his field hard the majority of the States of the Union .2500. Instrument guaranteed. any boats when Capt. A. T Rose CIA
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