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: December 7, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
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System ID: UF00075915:00593
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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PURELY PERSONAL. : V A Pretty I .Wedding., .LIVELY LOCAL LINKS.{ 'THE COUNTY TIDINGS Death of Commodore"i 1I 1- -C. J. Clarke. HERE AND THERE."! \

_- 1- Yesterday afternoon was the occasionof V SS V 4S1 I i Tuesday was a day of general gloom '.._- ,,

People as They Come and GoPeopleYou the marriage of Rev, Louis Fitz-James What the Sun's Men Heard In The A Budget Interesting Items Fromegulai {I and regret inVest Palm Beach, owing Scraps of News About This and That

Hindry rector of BetLesJa-by: the-Sea, i to the news that came that morning of .
May or May Not Know. Lively Local Whirligig. Correspondents. and Different Things. \
and Miss Alice Belle Armstrong daughter the death of Commodore C. J. Clarke,
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of Capt. W. P. Armstrong. V of Pillsbnrg. f

A Melange of l'oraonalltema-VIsltoPi In At 2:30 p. m. the steamer Lake Worth A Mirror' of Minor Happenings Accidents Very C,r ft,Uy Compiled and Confined to thatW1ch Lst week a spirited team driven by Newsy Notes and Items ot Interest to

ihe City. and Citizens Visiting which had been thoughtfully arrangedFor Coming; Evaets 'and a | U of Most Interest to the the Commodore ran away and he was Everybody General and Noby

: Out of the' City.Hon.F. by Mrs. N. S. Burnham and Mrs. Galaxy of Current Gossip. t ,2 j|> carriage, striking so In Particular '.

V ,.$ _- Geo. H. Maltby, left the ity dock with _e_ j43" ./. ... violently on his bead that concussion of ,.t '

P, Morse Is again .journingon a party of some forty invited guests, T.T. Hatcbett of Miami, passed a day POMPASO POINTERS.- the brain resulted and death followed on W. N. Hull is at Key Wesson ."busi-' ,
the Lake.
and at the appointed hour for the ceremony in West Palm Beach Tuesday returning -i Tuesday morning of this week. ness trip. ': "\

Dr. H.C, Hood visited Neptune yesterday were at Betbesda by.the-Sea to Miami the same night. Geo;; 0. Butler and a corps, of assis- Flags at half-mast on the Clarke dockon : ,'iH

where fully an hundred more were tants a/3:making a survey of some railroad the East Side and at the Palm Beach The Misses Edith aad Naomi. Carlin,
on a professional trip. W. Porter wife and child in
J were
assembled to witness the event. land > Yacht Club House and at Rose's boatyards of Jupiter were guests of Miss May Met (

G. C, Matlhams was a passenger on Promptly at the hour appointed the town Tuesday returning' their Hypoluxo W. M
yesterday's train heade for the metropolis ceremonies opened with.organ solos ren farm the same night Pompano, has been on the sick list but sad vent. Everybody one DIet of the Major Cooper has been doing some ornamental -

on a business trip. dered by Mrs. J. N, Mul'ord as follows: Marshal P. C. Jones is putting on airs is now tter. citizens here was affected by the news paiutiag on his City BarberShop

:Miss Maude Ernest came up from Elevation, by J. L. Battuian ; Offertoire over the receipt Friday night of a handsome A census ik. of the populace here taken for in the death of Commodore Clarke building this week. .

Lantana yesterday to attend the Hindry by Lefebure-Welyj; Postlude by J. W. bull pup of fine pedigree Sent him by Paul Jacobs gives it at 106; this everyone realized that not only-Lake H. relumed ,
J. Anthony to Miami on'vietu
Armstrong wedding Lerman. fiom Canada by Dr. J. A. McLeay. 2i yes a growth of eighty.. in three mouths. Worth generally, but this town in particplar T..lav.. n..h,'" 'r ." I.. r ,."..._.,.._. ,,: _a:
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bridal entered the main aisle I had suffered loss.
The party an irreparable
H. E! Slyppman, one of St. Lucie presiding Elder Rev C, A. Fulwood The genial representative of THE SUN cial duties as County Tax Collector, V
of the church as the organist played the With for ,
V I a kindly greeting everyone Vr!
River's prominent citizens was in town will conduct quarterly meeting at the was in town on Monday last, and to say \
wedding mar h by Richard Wagner, M. E. Church with he met, a pleasant word for every child L. Derricks: A. R. Hagen, T.H,Peek (
commencing a ser
Monday of this week he hustled, would be putting it mildly.He .
the four little flower giils and the maid vice at Services on the street aad every resident, rich or and J. B. Richaids 'are recent Ponfpaub
am. Saturday.
was however, amply' rewarded witha
Mrs. J. 0. Cheaiham returned Wed of honor preceding the bride, who was usual at and ', i joor> while or black he had won the settlers who were in town Thanksgiving
at II a. m. 7.30 p. m. large subscription list to the "people'spaper
nesday night of last week from her visit led to the chancel on the arm of her '* Liadest regard of all our people, and in Day. 1v _

to relatives in Hnntington. brDther: Mr. W. F. Armstrong Jr. Following THE SUN man enjoyed a lengthy chat his taking off everyone spoke and felt as ft _

them were the four ushers. l last week with Ed Fowler, one of the re Fia"klyn Sheen was down looking, as if the sad calamity were a personal loss. Dr. N. S. Buruham is having splendid \.
John B, Beach went to Gomez and suite oi office rooms mad and furnished
Klondikers absorbed he does after the interests of the
turned and considerable always ,
Rev. J, N. Mnlford conducted the impressive Without exception his love for Lake V
Malabar to look viler his in the south eud of the
Monday extensive Setniubie
valuable infoimatii/n about truckers be and others have formed
marriage service of,the Episcopal ; a Worth and his desire to add to its attractions ''''"
nursery interests at those points ritual and tht bride was given away remote region of this great continent. coupany* and will carry all the tomatoes were unequalled!! by any man Block, on Narcissus street. .' V

t, W. Seagle left Sunday for lack son- by her brother. As they stood bencaili Capt. Tony Canova is busy getting the and other truck to transportation. by who made his winter home with us. Moocal We have at Delray borne of the best '

ylle} to serve as grand juror in the the mammoth floral arch, with the chancel boats of 'the Flagler fleet rta'dy to launch wattr: which is far the best and cheapest. enterprise failed to elicit bis inter vegetable lauds on the East Coast for

United Stale' Court for the December and}pave of the quaint house of worship for the season's bU lDess. The jolly The undersigned: was duly appointed est and no project ol public nature was either rent o sale ; eusy: terms. Apply _

term. __ profusely but.tastefully'decoratedby Captain has his family with him this agent for THE TROPICAL: Sou and will without his practical support, personal U) Gleason Brothers.-Eau Gallic'. *.-4'

'Fletcher race Sanford, is 'a recent loving hands the scene was beautiful season quartered in cue of the Brelsford try to represent the people of this section and monetary He was a man who Owing to tho absence of ;Rev. I, P. r

as wehlas: impressive.' __ collages on the East Side. aaiwould Appreciate theaid_ of all knew the real use of money and it wash Hind there will beuoserviceaIjIy
arrivaLia-tcwn.* He has accepted: a position l :!
as'clerk,in ,D. Thomason's. dry 'The Ceremony over.'tke bridal ,party Saturday night; i eight special cars car.ryiug who are interested in making, Pompanothe pleasure to spcudlf 1y.'and yettQ Trimly Mission Sunday evening,December V
retired to the church reception room as banner' truck section of the East a always that others might *
goods store. ._ the bead officials of the Plant System purpose lo. L.W. BURRu.DT,Sec.
the pipe: organ pealed out the gladsome and F.E. C. Railways and the South- *Coast., -_ V*** enjoy it with him. The satisfaction and

E. T. Byington editor of the Miami strain*, of, Mendelssohn's WeddingMarch' em Express Co rolled into Palm Beach '. MAXGOSIA-.,T;" UUTTERUiGS. jride the home people- took in his magnificent the Harry office Cook of the has Seminole accepted Hutcl a.positioa and lila ia I

and there received the congratulations home place: and gardens was appreciated
News was a passenger Sunday night'snouthboun4 and stayed over Sunday long enough to S smiling face will beam
train returning from a busi- of the many friends that h.d enjoy the scenic attractions of the hotel ]. M and P. A. Rowley were home to by him more keenly than the of on ihifr
that will
gathered to see this worthy young couple gruuuiis. expressions of delight by the winter visitors guests patronize hostelry
ness trip to Georgia. _ eat Thanksgiving turkey. this season. J
ma'le man and wife. themselves who were able to travel V

Dr. F. H. Houghton and wife went up Even the little dower girls Anna The Congregational prayer meetinghas Geo. A. Gale, wife in and son Willie any wbvre: to see sights that would interest I The discharge of a shotgun,V emptying. iV .

to Daytona Sunday on a few days visit been attended rtcenti '. spent Thanksgiving town.
Fremd, Helen Hood, Maude Stevensonand more 'iargey ) them. ItS load of shot into the sidewalk of one

to their permanent headquarters in that Freddie nrel ford, beamed, with It has been made a song service aud a Capt. C. E. Merchant's launch is Incidents without number could be of the principal streets in toVD. was ,'a

-: popular resort by the sea.: happiness at the very interesting and effective abort lecture delivered on some bible about ready for its winter's work. related illustrating his generosity and example of carelessness in, carrying k

II. C. Olsen, of Stuart has been in part they took so nicely in the Character. Last meeting it was Noah ; The "Emily it." is being hauled up on uHuess of he.ut and yet evitj thing be laded gun on the streets. .,
His Faith and Fear." This week "The the Lake Worth to be made ready did done > .fc- l
town for a week past, nnder medical ceremonies. The nshtrs were the ways was quietly unostentatiouslyand -(- L

treatment. Mr. Olsen is one'of" the well Messrs. T. D. Brown B. M. Potter, A. S. Believing Pilgrimage of Abraham." for its trip to Cuba. for the pure pleasure of making W. G. Tattoo night operator and -

known St. Lucie River planters of pines otsford and Chas. A. Lane. Miss Louise C. R. Simonds-, -travelling auditor of The steamer Phoenix is being made othes happy. The milk of human kindness checking clerk in the F. E. C'R'y office, I

and garden produce. I Ilindry. sister of the groom, was maid the F. E. C. Kv.,. was in town Tuesday. ready for its coming season's work and : sutely a wunded in his heart, and .i-i.:..home. ,- .from. ....-a.-two-- -weeks> vacation." ,

of[ honor while Mr. Wm. F. Armstrong, checking up the- accounts of the local Hill soon be in the water.- scores there are on this Lake who have uui is ai aepinne loaay relieving J.,:.I.
Mr, and Mrs. W, T. Allen, accom Law, the agent there, whose little boy U -
arrived last Jr., brother of the bride, acted as best office here. It is needless to say that he H. Sanders and daughter Rose spent jeeu recipients of his benefactions. dangerously ill. -
Mrs. night
panied by Seager, _
As further evidence of his interest "
a deep -
their summer in man. louud everything in apple-pie order itb Thanksgiving and a couple more days T r f
England. They
will .be, at home in the house The bride is one of Lake Worth's most the competent and trustworthy force the #ilh his daughter and her 'sisiei Mrs. in Lake Worth. it is stated on Steamers of the FC&T.C ."

'1 soon cozy popular and worthy young ladies, and its Company is so fortunate as to have at Hurry DuBois at Jupiter. good authority that be has made pro will carry passengers'to and from the
Mr. Allen has had built on the Lake
a matter of extreme gratification to this place. vision in his .iU by which his East Side Lake this season Nothing will afford
front short distance north of town.S. Rev. E. Gale and Master ElbndgeSauders,1
a her friends that her home will continueto property..is to be kept up and further tourists more pleasure than to be aole to
Dr. L. D Eaton has leased of who have been on the sick
A. McEaddy and family were passengers be here. The groo-n; is too well aol Mayor improved and not to pass into the hands euj 'Y a trip the entire length of the
Whilldiu the handsome thcoruer list, have both recovered sufficiently to
south on Tuesday night's train favorably known to require eulogy at cottage, at of strangers at least for a stated term of beautiful Indian River.

to take np their residence at Pompano tbis time. A resideut here for years, be of Datura and Uiive streets. The be nit and around again. years. By this prouiskm this magnificent V. '".
Doctor is from New Yurk State and I E. V. Blackmau. editor of the East
i Albert Merchant has taken the engine ,
where Mr. McEaddy has a thriving las been before the public prominently property will stand as a monument

truck farm started. He is an experienci d bot'l in his capacity as teacher and as conu s here to reside peruianeutly.hoping from his small launch and put it in his to the deep>> interest in and love for his Coast Homeseeker, was in town andat \,

to gam relief frOnt a.i old asthmatic enlarged old one and now has every hume worth.It Palm Beach yesterday securing data ir I V
grower and will know just how handle litest, and in both has won the esteemof winter on Lake
trouble. The family will arrive between thing nearly ready for the coming well be said of Commodore a write-up for the December number of
here. That has
Pompano muck. all who live he been ..... ._... __.I ....... _.....,.. __'uu.L may Ilic. nnh1i,, tin" n.. a."a 'D.,' ..:,.._. ..._ V
LUC ijiu auu JULU ui luis: mODUlo Season. "His deeds will\ live after r&n. liLy
at exemplary young man need not be Clarke goo I
Dr. Burgess, for a great -- improvements made the .
many years him. I past year u a t:
aid. The sacred position he holds as Rev.S. D. Paine will preach next Sunday Capt. Will H. Sanders catches enough .
the chief quarantine officer at Havana, -- this vicinity quite a good deal of
eclor of the Episcopal Church cfBethesd at ii a. m. and 730 p. m. The blue fish every day on his mail run to aud aiieutiou. spies I .1 -
is stopping in town accompanied by his Among the number of loyal root--s ( I :
\-by-the-Sea: and as priest in- morning subject will be on "Tne Benevolent Juno aud back to supply bis own family ---- \
valet. The Doctor is a most genial\\and who came up from Bo YD ton lat Tbur& The colored schools of this
charge of holy Trinity Church of West Mission of Jesus Ctu :.t." At nighton I and friends and have some to se'11D town, .,,J
entertaining gentleman and enjoys'an day to see their team wrest the base ail under the ,
Palm Beach speaks for his character and *' Paul on Mars Hill ; the Unknown town. ery competent m.tnagrmnit: ,
exceptionally wide acquaintance with the honors from Wet Palm Beach were the of Prot. J. E. Jones and Miss Cecilia
landing among men. God Made Known." The Christian Eu- Word has been received of the deathin
nblic and with the
Cullen Pence G. G.
travelling\ prominent Messrs. Green W. Adams are so growing in numbers
That this young couple starting out in deavur meets at 6.30 The Davis that ,
p. m. topic is Chicago of Col Geo. R. ownerof
of countries H. Cox ChdS. Lar-n A. P Turner '
many ); before long an enlargement 'addition
under such of useful life or
life promise
"The Indellmg Presence.. Led by the fine property on the Cast Side V
Nets and Frank 1
Wm. F. Armstrong, Jr.; arrived from have happiness ia store cannot be questioned Miss Lulu Angevine.E. just north ot C. A. Lane's aud we are Larsen Rowley. Theyall will be necessary to accommodate the i
in their bo.s'
Macclenny Saturday night,- remainingsj : and THE SUN their friends were happy victory and pupils. The enrollment for last month
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I H. Dimick has sold the Royal wondering what will be done with the seemed be
to having time andas
as big a
here until this morning to attend the in every good: wish; for their continued' I place now.The was 95 with an average attendance of 84.
\. Poinciana Ph.irmacy on the East Side to much fun a.1lf the) were participants ..
; wedding of his eister, Miss Alice Belle, lappiness. Messrs. Fred A. Gonya and John W. Mary B. came in from Jackson. in the game themselves. The appointment of H. C jlcFadden

V y Rev. L. F. Hindry. Will's mauy Accompanied by Mr.W. F. Armstrong, Doe. of Bar Harbor Me. Mr. Gonya, ville last week with a big load of freight, to the position of division paS..cDer
friends were glad of an opportunity to Jr.[ the bridal couple left this morning Capt. T. M. Rickards cf Boca Ratone, of
the Plant .
who arrived here Sunday night, was Mr. tOk it down to Capt. Uendrickson' agent System; With Headquarters
shake bauds and exchange greetings on a short trip to points of interest in Ihe Dimick's right hand man in the pharmacy branch store at Palm Beach und is now passed through town last Saturday on his at Jacksonville, will be pleasant
absence. I way to the West Coast, where he has secured -
his e\'eral.montbs' of the State.
after $ upper part about for news to that geutiemon's hundred
last and is quite well known to ready to start Jacksonville of
year ....c......_ ...,..s._ 1n a fine lot of fruit trees that he will .c.V.L.: :.. ....,_ .'. .. u _
----- a&Jtasj Luau. Ilcuu: in mis oiaie. Air. MCrftOuVnhas r
Mr. and Mrs. E. F.. Bradley and Mr. mauy of our people. He slopped at bring over to plant on some of the grove
A representative of THE TROPICAL Jacksonville en route and passed a most always been classed! as one oft the
here for he is and
J. R. Bradley, of, Chicago are tracts setting out managing at
the week. The gentlemen are seeing SUN, of West Palm Beach has been in highly creditable examination as a pharmacist Among the many out-of-town attend- Boca Ratone. mat popular of the Plant Sstem bo)*.

and around Stuart for subscriptions at the hands of the Sine boardof ants at the social hop Thanksgiving Eve
V V will be in shape at the canvassing II C. Milton bavinxKoUvn the out
that everything jjegrove
were Mrs. Chas. Carlin the Misses Edith George: S. Adams has been appointed
and job printing and has met Examiners at Jacksonville. Dim fur
entertain the heavy travel Capt. E. N. Dimick all planted
Club !
Beach and Ntomi Carlin and of soliciting agent for the projevtois of the
Laney Jupiter,
ick will devote his
wend its southward with unusually good success, notwithstanding entire attention to out on H'poIUXt.lsl.md. has,moved LU
that is sure to way the Misses Pearl and Minnie electric railway from Palm Beachto
Cuthbert new
the is favorite his West Palm Beach V
pink a drug store.
this They leave for Chicago to paper 'I portable home across in the mainU'ndwhere
season. -- of Miami and the Messrs. Widmeyer, Boynton, an account of which was
with As Stus-t lies in Dade
will be back here our people. he will in a tratft of V
but put on a
spend the holidays W. I. Metcalf, Etq., has been retained'I Carhn. JoIner Buffelt. McCurdy and given in our last week's issue The crop
County-no : only one side of our river- I II vegetable land he has puschased from
within thirty days.A to assist in the defense of C. M. Ware, j the of
These along right
Thighyof Neptune. property owners : war
it is that both find a place i ewery.otlierIweek
proper papers j : Capt Dimick. He will continue t'
of people at now bound over on a charge of poisoning' social and almost unit in its favor. nyu. -
bridal party prominent hops are quite popular are a
in homes. In other
our no can ou the
way > i see orange grove on the Island and V
the Freeman family: at Little Rivet.
consistedof affairs.
the Hotel Seminole yesterday : so well help a new country as by helping Mr Ware married daughter of Mr. ![ 1 The teachers and officers of the Con see that it is kept up in proper shaj<..
Edward Fitzgerald
Mr. and Mrs. a live newspaper.Stuart Cor. in Titus-. I The little excursion w the Cragin gregaiiona Sabbath School met at the
Sanford.Monday the bride's Advocate.We Freeman ani took her to his Texas, Th. Hibiscus U to be run by the own
tied at yule I Place Reve d' ete, given by Capt. Hen.J parsonage last Tuesday night to make r.
: home. They afterwards returned together Mr. H.
and brother. Editor T. J. Apple C. Masland.this season his niece,
father have at Delray some of the best former drickson to the wedding attendants on arrangements for a Christmas celebra
yard and son T. J., Jr. They were es- vegetable lands on the East Coast for to borne but his buat yesterday was greatly enjoyed, tion. It was voted to have a Christmas; who was manager two )ears ago repre.. I
differences between Mrare and
Side in the after-. arose setting him while the practical
the East manage
carted over tither lent or sale ; easy terms. Applyto many seeing the place for the first time. tree and some brief exercises.
E. N. Dimick. Editor Mr. Freeman resulting in Ware being ment will be in the bands of an expert. -

noon Aple-ard.ofthe by Capt. Key West Inter-Ocean. Gleason\ Brothers, Eau Gallic Fla. ,* forbidden the house or association with We have at Del ray some of the best! It is reported that a return match game ei.ced hotel man from Long Island Mr.

,L. also well known over the State a5 F. W. Palmer is up from Boynton to- his \\ife. The details of the preliminary vegetable lands on the East Coast, for has been arranged for Christmas Day E. R Jenkins, who has managed for ten, l.

clerk ol the State Senate for several day on a trading and business trip to the hearing were given in our issue of No- either rent or sale; easy terms. Apply betw-.en the Boynton and West Palm years the Church-Hill Hall and the Rex..

year*. Collage City. vember ilh, last. i to Gleason Brothers, Eau Gallic, Beach baseball teaxns.iiI mere. well known New York report*. ;: i

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: ',HOMEMADE- 'PRESENTS.' NECKTIES'- .FOR,-- -. .CHRISTMAS. How THE 1t'Iq.eeH., GOLD-- -Both MONOPOLY.-". .Ike-'.Prodaeer.... -"'-- 3& 3Ei&y&L &S !i 3 Whidden's Market t i iII

Make Will
t How to Thoge a Maa and the Conaomer. t
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I Useful .:Hints For the, Happy lit is always Cheerfully difficult Wear to decide, upon The. most surprising financial. Inconsistency Prepared to Supply
Does Your .
.. of modern times is the separating Stationery -'
What few articles
a gift for a man. with "
Christmas Time. seem appropriate .usually. possesses; of the circulating medium into"sound" I you

s duplicated several times, and that is and "unsoundH.money. It Is a Coed feats al! [Using Pta "
of Suit You ?
i particularly the case with homemade scarecrow which grows- out speculative ....

'ri. BiHDSOME FLQWERPO'f'HOI.1ER.. presents. The most suitable gifts, gambling,, political .ambition. or I Fresh Pork ,

therefore, are those whose duplicationis personal dishonesty. That the.lscrlm. -

b not undesirable such things as ination Is persisted la with so--much Beef,
A alit That (Will Be Appreciated by handkerchiefs and cravats for exam- virulence Is evidence that money has Next to his .wearing apparel there is nothinga J

'., lAyer of tlnmtm-IIow It 1. Made.Aa ple. It may be said that the average been diverted from Its characteristicsas Poultry { lIf J

'; : Attractive S>w.paper Holder man will not wear a homemade tie a medium of exchange and tranS- really neat .nan is to particular about as Eggs.

For the Household. and it is quite true that he is often formed Into a mere commodity. As a the quality and appearance of his Stationery. k

The givers of Christmas gifts are medium of exchange there cannot be Native Meats a specialty

often: at their wits' )end, to think of anysuch thing"sound" or"unsound"or And in very truth it does proclaim his bus

suitable:presents, yet they almost as cheap money. There is "unsound"or Your Patronage Solicited.
eften entirely forget to reckon the pox "cheap" wheat for example but iness as a neat fitting and stylish suit of ,

albUltiet of attraction in small foliage money Itself was never Invested with I Market on Kenyan.Street, !
'?'plants-'little hardy ferns, small palms \ i the possible qualities of wheat or other clothes proclaims t.he'm'an.. 11-12 WEST PALM BEACH.

'.. Cra8Ses-Whlch will grow without product fo.which it was exchangeable. -
., -a"Qteenbouse"and' will servetor table It was always the law of supply '
$ ornaments- Such plants$ are often very and demand and the quality 'of the It will, if it is 1:: ..

3 acceptableiglfts, but should be well product which regulated prices and West E.U.DUIICK,

I, Wrapped faf many thicknesses paperJLOWKEPOT fixed Its monetary exchange value. furnished you by Proprietor
But now to the money of exchangeare ..
JI: Palm
? attached all of the attributes of -
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l # ., other products In fact money has the right kind of a house present a nice appearance Beach 4 i
7 .,, become the king of all products, and
< .1 its quality and value are 'made the and make a good impression which

;) '.' y, 1- bases of the qualities and values of ajl} Drug
,' ,' ':. other products. It is made the stand- would not be the case if you used shoddy
," 4 .c' t = ard which \aluesare
, -.f: ,.. .;. scaled. The' only actual market now paper that was poorly printed. Store.

;,1 $ U that In which money of all kinds Is
'>.i' bought and sold like,wheat and corn Now while speaking of houses that are and Royal Pohclua Pharmacy J I

to the'highest and it is that
bidden "
:. "right, we not fail to mentionTropical
.i I
same money market which gives life
1 I
."i i to or paralyzes the markets'of other -DEALERS IS--;i

...t. products. The creature baa become I
:1 BW
'. :. the creator. *
; i. : '. 1 t r Previous to the adoption of the*gold' The- - : Drugs, Toilet Articles
): ''a standard when golti and silver money
'i.:1. CQ' ""' V was subject to ,general< ownership,
f tHKlSTMAS NECKTIES.: there was no settled' idea concerningthe Stationery and
' reluctant to,wear even a bought one nature of money except jhat at

selected by a woman. It is, possible tributed to it by the political econo
1 ? p, b however, to pvcrtome his prejudices If mists. But when the ownership and Druggist

one can make a tie which Is more attractive control of money became more restricted -
.. ." than the purchased ones. To and concentrated in the hands of a Prt'8Cri ptiona('Brefun,. CompoundedEast

that end never' attempt a made upsefu't few It was'discovered that U could be Sun Coast Business$o1iIted.wEs't .
which can only be successfully utilized for the purpose of controlling
accomplished by professionals. There the other products. By withholding it ItEACU.( CJOBS.PAT1SON1ZE I

:;> are straight ,scarfs of various stylesto from circulation It became scarce and
'\ 5- be tied by the wearer which require more valuable. apparently, and the producer I
only neatness and good ,taste to be was compelled to part with a Which enjoys: a well,merited reputation for v I TilE I
'easily made by; the amateur, Chief greater quantity of his products to ob- -
; ; HOLDER. among these are the four-in-hand ties.'fhiSe' I tain any of it- This was reducing the furnishing high-grade work. THE SUN has 41 '
to keep them from being chilled while have a narrow neckband and price and value of products by the manipulation DeSota Restaurant

fcelnj:delivered.: A pleasing! addition are wider at one or both ends and areinterlined of money When the manipulators the best equipped Job Office along the East ,
tto loch aPt Is a bolder; made to con. with stiffened cotton flannel of the money marbet bad cornered WHEN YOC WANT
sea} the pot which, la,always unsightly to give them firmness. It is posslblfe whatever products they desired, Coast-and is better prepared now than ever I j! .1-

The holder It the Is large. It may be one "
or, pot materials for them at the ,dress silk and the market became "ea ler. as the
the round willow wastebaskets of the counter, materials which are much commerical agencies say-that is. there trade in that line.Highgrade -
t ':: .ama icet dimensions.,Such baskets maybe more' refined and 'delicate than those was plenty of money In circulation. i OYSTERS TO ORDER.

,bad of assize\ ,holding about half a usually made up at men's furnishing Hence products rose in price bat the:: 1 .

-, ,riPeck.. Over the foundation,,whether of stores. Half a dozen four-in-hands in producer did not benefit by the Increased -- Work ANNIE LATTIMER, Prop.
I i
willow, full covering :
a :
pasteboard or
N a' box would be acceptable to most price for the manipulators of
of' soft silk is placed. It is shirred with men if the colors were wisely chosen. the money market now owned the Is the'kind THE SUN does Coroin P ta = West Palm Beasb.
t,frill at the bottom and gathered at There might be one each of pearl silver products which had been secured at8 ,

,. ',the top edge. Over The top fall, four gray and navy blue faille another low prices because of the previous' ,,

e corners of satin bordered' with. gol4 of gray ,satin with tiny,white stripes scarcity of,money, and realized a double i
3 gimp. "At one,side is a ebon of satin another of dark,blue satin with white profit. one from the producer and; K and the only kind. We have found through

e; ..(Tom.which,passes diagonally band '" pin dots, another of a ,fine blue and another from the consumer. Thus the! Geo. S. Hacker & Son
r '" ,secured the bot- FNg an experience extending over a number of
of ,which is at
satin white check. A newer tie is an English people are forced to pay tribute to the'gold

if' ;tom of, satin,by,another conceals cEou.the shirring A similar at band the I style with very' broad ends, onelarger monopoly. years that it__ pays to do this. for when yon .F
mart be
than the other. Tfcew
foot'Tfce coloring of the silk and satin made of silk which is alike en the two MfKWL-EY3: OPTIMISM. once get a customer he will stick, knowingthat -L r

t may,be suited to the room where they sides, as only the neckband is lined. I i
., ,.teto be. used,, but for general purposes Very small figures and subdued colorsare He Profeuei to Feel Contdeat of HU* what is done for him will be done BIGHT
olive green tones light and dark is Re-electiou.
to be chosen. A picture
> .will be found to harmonize,best with and in a manner that will be both pleasingand
given,of the two shapes, but the wo- President McKInley says he Is de- I
the foliage.Yellows are also attractive, man who Is uncertain of herself would lighted with the result of the electionsand t -
tt especially for the corners of rooms. attractive. |
better buy a cheap tie of the desired looks upon himself as good as
3: The problem of gifts for men is one style,-rip it apart and use it as a model chosen to serve another four year term'; t
1 .thief} returns with hopeless insistency In the White House, This shows that i
I every year. It is difficult enough when he Is satisfied and
easily disposed to
j : 'the gift Is" to be simply bought butwhen TO, MAKE A LAMP SHADE. take the most optimistic view of the: And that's the --
it la,to be made at borne as -- 1
tuture. In his
own state of Ohio the' MANUFACTURERS OF
Be Designed
is A Chrlitma Gift That May -
many women prefer, the question Republican candidate for governor is _

= ;almost tq give.something insoluble unless which one is of is!no: willing earth- Women who are at racking Home.their brains in a minority of more than 50.000 in Cheapest after all.Even Doors, Sash ?
the total vote while Maryland is lost i
if for an idea with regard to Christmas
11 usei'hoping Rill be welcomed sim- '
for men friends will be gladto to his party and its lead in Massachusetts Blinds, MouldingsAND
'plyfQr the giver's sake. There are presents
has been materially reduced.
'embroidered photograph frames but bear' of a new version of an old That McKinley will be renominatedfor though you might be able to send else- ----
they lire rather stale. Worked slippers scheme. Ornamented lamp are

d t are out of date. A couch pillow Is always far from being a novelty, and the trills does the not presidency follofrom Is quite this(certain year's voting butIt where for your Stationery and save possiblya Building Material,

acceptable, provided it is not that hp will be re-elected. In New several CHARLESTON, S. C.
'made material and delicate few cents on an order amounting to
of flimsy
York state the margin of the Republicans I ta' Largest Factory South.
t 'tints which will not bear usage. Silk calculated from the returns on dollars: remember that time is consumed and Send for Prices.
linen handkerchiefs a mono-
Is but little
assembly candidates over
'gram, embroidered: by the donor are.serviceable 10,000 which Is a woeful falling off delays occasioned in doing so, and that if -
well sentimental, but'the
as as
from the 2G8.000 of three years ago.
linen must be fine and the embroidering At this rate there will be a very hand- mistaken should occur you will have more or The Dade County State Bank,
i neatly done. A newspaper
Democratic next
some majority
'- 'bolder:provided it is strong and capa'clans s ilcKinley should remember year.that' less trouble in getting them rectifiei.: West Him Beach, Florida.

", is usually liked and gives scope while the Republican party
t f. i may be entirely willing to give him a | Authorized Capital $100,000.Paid .
I second term in the presidential chairit 1 The Sun Guarantees

l is by no means certain that a major Up Capital, $15,000.
I. qt. a ty of the voters are of the same mind

; even now and there Is no telling what Satisfaction 1 I OFFICERS
their opinion may be on the subject a
year hence.-New York News.
U. D. Vice-fnttdtet.
I auu..../I i'sready >fi,ght here at home. where it.. stands ',. CEO. I.. SRAIHiw, Cannier.

ed furbelowed, inflammable kind are --tGold / at all times and under all circumstancesto Office Hours From 9 a.m. to a p. m.
still farther from being welcome to the Wonhlperi Another Blowat
average man. There are other kinds, Freedom.It fulfill its contracts ,to the letter. li you GeneralBanUogBosIiitssTraBSieteflCoHeetlen
is to understand the issues at
however, the most suitable being those
the bottom of the war now being are not satisfied with work you may have prompt remitted 01 day ol
of heavy water color or thin
paper the South receipt. Draft*bought aid sold OB the pri**
against African republics -
;g i I In the
cardboard which cut out
are and wish in the
a by the English imperialists. To gotten elsewhere a change rival eitlt.s of the Culled Bute 4-2W7
shape of a segment of a circle and
with it is their natural hatred of
sC then joined by little clamps which begin style or grade of your Stationery,
manhood which
freedom is no less bit-
for the and mounted
come purpose ." .
I "
ter than It when
now was they fought
x on a little gilt framework. The new
\ with us in 1778. It is the same old Tory element r
idea regard to them is one whichwill
render them individual and peculiarly In England and America that Send in a trial order OYSTERS +

strikes freedom of the people whereverIt
to the for
appropriate #
whom they are meant It consists in raises Its head. But the greed of for anything you may needin IN ANY STYLE AND
ornamenting them with unmounted gold Is the Immediate and controllingissue. # AT ALL HOCKS.

a .
photographs mounted: in such a way
that the light of the lamp will shine ,The richest gold deposits la the worldare the office or counting room-Letter Heads, Brisbone'sRestaurant
located In the Transvaal
through them. Several large ones or
Y and the Note Heads Statements, Tags, Envelopes,
English gold monomaniacs are I
a many small ones may thus be used,

spaces for them being neatly cut in the prepared robbery or to commit any other wholesale crime murder in the, Cards! Bill Heads, Bills of Lading, Counter ,I i A
4 shade so that, the material of the

.,. shade does not pass beneath them. For calendar_uh to get possession. of these_de-_ Pads_ ,, Circulars.. Dodgers.. Hand Bills. Pamphlets A West Eud bemlnol lllock,
,XIWSPAPEK HOLDER.'for example. If the pictures are to be ar- posits. The gotaen can is their Gal --- -.r-- -

a treat deal of originality in the I ranged medallions they are cut in a and everything else must make way: or in fact anything that you may want I West Palm' Beach.,7-W
for It. The
difference in
way: of decoration. It is a broad, fiat round or oval form, and a correspondIngly strength rent 4d0 "Of.4f.01" .
4 dors the war almost hopeless: on the in the line of rRINTIKGI
'k band,.lined, stiffened and doubled together shaped hole just a little smaller,
part of the republics but lovers of liberty -
to form loop. in which the pipers is cut in the shade. The picture is then;
all the
justice world will
be laid. Ins advisable to mounted on the InMde of the shade over I
.put a may flat strip of wood like a piece of facing outward. In-\hese: days of ama- earnestly pray for their success, and amoral Brelsford Bros
influence may thus be., brought And we will ,
>Vcnrtaln stick or narrow lath. across the teur photographs suggestive possibilities !- to"bear that will count for more than

', top Inside to bold it out straight. As Sl'enes. are innumerable. ,VamiUar big armies and rapid fire Juns.-Ex-. Real Estate and
fO!'the material. It may be cloth, silk I recalling pleasant associations* change. i ,

'or,velvet embroidered painted or sim- : may 00"' grouped'together.' the remainder please you==sure. .
plyfigured. Worked canvas is strong of the shade being ,covered with Fell Flat. ; PALM BEACH. FLA.

and effective. The holder illustrated is some harmonious painted decoration. The Philippine commissioners' report
of old brocade with..a. band of plain As for personal photographs. there fell almost as flat as that Thanksgiving Notary Public. Cottages to Rent

.>moire'upon! which '' \-an embroidered could hardly be a more effectual way proclamation as a campaign docu- Postoffice Building.North of

monogram. The edges are finished. pf keeping: one's face In the sight of meUt. 6-1-97 PoiMUM HItel.j .

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.: poration, not. having been createdor SIGNSOF( PROSPERITY. id' : ;, r'. tit:;" : Moore
MST1NG\UPON BLOOD sanctioned by the state of Ohio; was A.. G. ,
4 S
., .. ,, .,.-'. '- -. *. .,> superior to it, owed no alJegla.nee.tuJt :- SPICY Y'1 ; : ;; ; :" e ..
-- \; and was therefore privileged. Accom- ." .. ,'iit111 tr':J .Fruihft3.: .

panying the- report was a bill, whichon People Hilarious en Wine FromMcKinley's Weaves. Covering

Trust.;;- EvU.Confronts the,People. the 21st day of January 1821' ,'was Vat. : | f'QrPIHEAPPLESNEP1'UN ;--

'attEieriCiosscoads.'. enacted into a law, as follows:
J "* An let withdrawing from the Bank of floe I ,, )'LOJiD! %.
United State the protection and aid.of the law .
.ot this Ute in certain i e. FITTER CUPS OPTEH RtrRI-TT, lt.9-2m
TEB'' OBIGIHAL TRUST OOTOFDS.Bui 8-tiioa: L Be enacted by the general aswmby '
ot the state ot Ohio that from and after the j : :
lat day Of September next it shall not be 1&11 rut) Ladle. Oat ky the Refablleaa Press SPARKLINGThese THE BiLfflOEI; I TiUlS.O
tor any' h n3 or other keeper of a jail in this
,* et tb.'Caltei States Was taFLrat at Ca Are'Pros' ,
Ad;fta aen -Same .
state to iccUve into \hli custr'- my p-noa ar- '" ''' <#
.f These Vampires t. Faate. reatcd upon nxioc prom or V >or charged in ,periHut, Hataaly Wall Street. Wh1e ,.: .. BE SAl<'BA1i &'SON
.. tie i.fa..a' execution at the Mat of the (rf.. iJtBt directors ; .
Cu. try-its 'Career Claim Have Hade S30.000.000 '
t* : .
etc., of the Back of the United btaM or any peran : ,Mb G>:aa_O*
".. --,'.I-." Ohio. -."DeCed.-the'- La..... ..!. committed for or upon iiyimnt: i& any off mm : The IICC..t..t"e WaW File. ". k . ,
the State-Haw It Came to Grief. "*' alleged and ebargvi to have bees camtittud upon The'Three Frielat3.e $ ;r't I 6
the property rights,, interest or fnnciua rotuhf When ;a man: indulges overmuch In are the expressions ""4 ... ...C- t .
.,'An effident remedy'the extirpation bank ..beII..JctiDc' under a law of this atate. the 'flowing bowl 'be sees double treble 't\It\ (

as well,aa. the'prevention, of trusts '. quadruple. etc. To him on' his : : ngoaptnyCleaning. .
ia among- the most'preesing of eurrelitproblems LOW DOWN( TRICK way .home the telegraph pole are asa which can be heard ,onTall -; s ftisiIHA

.. says the Cincinnati Enquirer. Fettle Attempt to, Dellttle Mr.sa Bry. flee tooth comb his keyhole the mul TS. J1&1;

The evil confronts" the masses at ..'. Character. tlpllcbtlon of one dollar compoundedat concerning nets
: : .
every corner sand every crossroads. The San Francisco Call recently devoted (I per centum annually for a bun- ri"sides

Like vampire. .It ,Is feasting upon the a whole page to a "frightful ex tired years .!and hU' patient.! waiting ; i .. Pressing aad .Repairing
blood,:toll.aud. .efforts of Uie_millions pose" of Bryan's, mercenary charac wife an army of auiaxous. armed witha columns of : i '4 Stmt

that the few may grow sleek,and fat ter. 'It actually publIshed In facsimile myriad of lamp and brooms To >. .
w 'Is thldiaease.tncurable T >Is there no a.letter' from Bryan to J. Sterling a child a dime U a fortune and a man .!! 1 FITEYD 'QliliLWiP..8lAHlTEED.iWEsT .
method of eradicating It? Many patriotic Morton sometimes called ,"the with his last nickel feels like a prince, :1: : .. ,
in which Bryan -
people are ready to declare that relief meanest man alive while the man who baa no money ands ': .

Is :hopeless and that"'we: may as actually stated that the 1a17'of a. wealth In, ,the garbage barrel: Mr ,-
oow'to'the'lDevltable certain office"was more of an objectto Abljab Goldbrick of, the back count .. s. ,, : ; :;qC .
lint sucl ;
well .
a him than the honor of It. ,We shud- :1 4 'THE" .
ties his newly,arrived Utter .
gazes upon _- ,
fleW is not worthy American man (
dered at the crushing charge and,almost of six piglets prebeuted to him' by ""!Ii'. .: dtls.Ave4
hood. What our ancestors did \\'e cando abandoned Bryan as we read .i' -
his solitary pachyderm and uis faocy
and should do. the convincing proof..Then we paused, runs riot over a possible drove of. i Supply stet! 'i A

The original trust which appeared : and. taking counsel of our commonsense 0,000 piglets a thousand years beuce. ', :

'like a carbuncle open the body politic which is really' abundant. .despite The people are hilarious on the wine :V-Wett palm leach, Ro tJda.

,and economic of the ilepulilk. received the fact that we occasionally read of prosperity and are made drunken J. D. UATHIS

I. ; Its first staggering blow the hands'of The CallTtve asked. "Are there' no extenuating on the great drafts of it flowing from ''ROPI'CA'LjJitf Ff4o4

the Ohio legislature; and in less'than' circumstances* We pondered that great central fermenting. the '\5.Ccerie.r.. I4heiyu/-O i.lMY ,
upon the fact that even the treason Z
McKiuley: winery, which replenishesour
; decade; General Jackson delivered extenuating lIotto- ttihct 8th. a. neap I'roSte.
tempered by
of Dreyfus was
the first
bitter at '
,.,the coup de grace., Reference is made '
circumstances. Then we bethought signs of bobriety. 'Those great \'duLi.tloual Bakery Goods and v\
.. -to the money trust,'known as the. Bank ourself to Inquire: "What was the office cup bearers, the syndicate press! ,: -- '

of Jhe! United States. In its day andgeneratlotCali to' which Bryan's mercenary remark ladle it out ad libitum and when we : Family Groceries

the environments considered applied, ? When. did be seek It? cannot swallow .It. all without... flaasra :;." "'IIIF'Y'r I.tu S 1 if.
---- a '
... .
4 .1. J pee .
It !was as powerful as the bank Why was the salary more desirable they give it to us In the Beck. s .

l "trust, the Standard Oil trust the sugar than the,, honor of itr'We learned When the great head of the political' .'.,-" Goods delivered free to fpm- ...
trust i>r,the steel trust of today. Like that the "office" was the .position of syndicate shouts "prosperity.' the S"UN of the City or across the,Lake,

them It set law and justice and morality secretary to the Nebraska railway glad tidings echo all along. down the t '. '. :..-: :., ill.'Orders Ghea Proaii ittwtles.

at defiance and sallied forth to absorb commission; that the time was 1888 line dribbling through the trusts and '- ',," Goods FUsl.Cla.iI'and! Fresh. Hifscst

all the wealth and substance of when Bryan, at the age of; 29. was combines to the faint repetition from ," prices paid for country,product.
a the people and I'\'duce'them to serfdom struggling against odds snake a "'"
the of the and uf
lips starving poor Buy of ere aid I will MTU you mui'tjr. 'I-t<
.,Its paid advocates defended justified living and establish himself in busl- the unemployed mechanic who is expected -

and praised it, just as Bourke Coc ran ness:, that the salary of the position to- leave his trade to work in The OLDEST and BEST ,
and Mark Uanna praise and defend! would have greatly'aided him at that some uayneld. '' '

the' trusts now, and for the same reap time in the support of his family and, Wherefore this Incessant monotonous i. Mathushek. 'Pianos,

ton-for the money there was In it others dependent upon him; that there repetition of "pl'Olilll'rltyr1'9! l newspaper published the r
Alleghanles ,. Are tianog With a Niffi, t
Tola money trust crossed the was. an abundance of.labor In the position we so lust to our own Interests that T' "
a toward the close of the second and very little, if any. honor we cannot recognize the veritable, simon -* : Pianos That Have A Reputatlp

decade of* the century and laid- Its In It. pure article and therefore must ;1;.<,:.. County. Each, Week, they second to none.. They are' the

'.' blighting touch (on the young and Why should any man not an Idiot be pat upon the knowledge of M 1* ,: '" .- .,:,,-.:.,:,, '.. .. ... kind that have stood the test of
> '
"promising state of Ohio. Its first act want a position of' that kind unless faith the eternal reiteration of Its arrival l"t l time an ban laLiifted the most

was to Ignore the laws of the state he needed the salary? It Is as honorable Is becoming a trine suspicious :i ; '::;.;,""; '- ,.,, ;;: : critical musicians every way.-*
the modern trust defies the a'nd honora e
Just aa more
1 as typesetting and leads to the conception: that we .- >,4
laws and the courts; an In the case of i ble than editing The Call, yet whattypesetter are uuprosperoua. need to quarrel j They Are Not

the.Standard 011 trust It demanded -does not think more of his with a man over the knowledgethat old style pianos that have hea i 1rested
the'protection ot, the'Ia ws and the than of his employment Who >'It. ., '. l '0< { wages i be possesses a hundred'dollars.because .. ,;;, ,....;.-.1. yean :
courts and at the same time declared would not esteem the salary of the he knows It and there U no < as "gr?bargains,'' Bar are { -
Itself )Independent of the lawiuaklng editor of The Call above the honor of ; ; '
room n._ for controversy All the News :A' : ,. they "theapjIow-grade"piaaoslmauls
Cttnd"taring. power It refused to ,be bill Job? Who would hold such'a job The Afro-American In the wood pile, "'J : ,!:,,, :,:,.., to sell",V half price. .,
and refused lie taxed. but
regulated to if be did not need the salary? This the milt in the cocoanuu the pea under ., ,
demanded the protection of the law last bit of Call sensationalism Is per the shell the little joker In the three r- : -- ;- : tl' Every, Piano Is New land

4; and the processes of the courts to carry I haps, the, most puerile; and pusillanimous card monty game, is this: We have e : every pan Is made ia the;

on Its Bhylocking business. Shrewdly piece of journalistic blackguard- bad such unparalleled prosperity under that IS News H Matuu'uek Factory,

fostering "a spirit, .,of .opeculatlop, It Ism that has recently' disgraced the the regime of Mr. McKinley that 'which is a guarantee thalit trill "
took It but a or two to plaster of San .
year always contemptible press he la afraKJ.the American pMIlto111 last lifetime. I
; two-thirds of all the Impro.-iHl, and Francisco. No decent paper wvuk) Mddauty fate tMr owucun: send aM a ,

patented land of the 1i,1:1Ip.'ltb niort- publish'the letter with Intoat.to htfuie throw k afi away by etocttof torn Why Take Chances .\ '

gagestas the l'arlil't"'n'rorI1Ii'wlll_ show. Bryan. Chicago has several Journalistic oue elsa te destroy what he has to on cheap piano when the Old!

Not only were all form of legitimate: degenerates, but the only one that 1, arduously and so expensively built up. not only from West Palm and Reliable Mathushek can be 1
local banking stamped out but all the gavel space to It was The Times-Her So It behooves him to protect us .,
> bought at prices and termsto,
tangible property ofMlm, state .was
ald. ourselves aud make drunk
against us
rapidly putting'under 'the'l'Ontrol of on the wine of prosperity lest we fail Beach and immediate vicinity .suit you? There are more" that*
.the bank or trust., .' BRYAN'S TRIUMPH. to see double treble!, quadruple. etc. 15,000 Malhaihek 'IDO'J U'i
During all this time It defied the legislature the South. "You Should Have
Truly we are pruspl.'ruull. That Is. .,
to regulate or<< control It,and Victory For IIU Fight Agalast Trusts some of us are. The others do not but from all points 01 O Dt'." ..

absolutely, refused to. pay a cent of sad ImpvrlalUm, count. They nv calamity bowlers, an Genuine Mathushek Piinoi" ''

taxes upon Its property and credits. Nebraska has indeed paid a splendid archlsts. We bate got an enormous note the Lake and along are only sold by
Demanding greater privileges than any I tribute to William J. Bryan. Three quantity of foreign territory enD at on .
when be ran for the presidency LUDDEN BATES S.X H.
legitimate local corporation or private years ago. the ends of the earth; likewise several :
cltiaen,.It ablIOlutcJy'retuselUo- be beat MiKinley, In the state 1' milliuus of cheap labor which we the railroad thus making Fred Kahn, Manager.(

'nlse a, single obligation to the state. by 13,500, but last year, when a govt did not have to luipoiu Aud. "By the 29 EI>t Bay St, Jackspnvllle, fy. ,
In 1810-20 Governor Ethan Alien ernor was elected, the Democratic candidate "
Eternal. quuth\ Mr. McKinley to the
Brown sent.-a special message to all had only ,7UO votes to spare. flag raisers at Washingtonbeu ion it easily & -
for sucb legishv This with only a supreme court '
the legislature asking year gress n as not in session to approve. W. B. MITCHELL, ,
don as would_compel the bank to pay judge at stake It was thought that the "we will never give them till" This _t,
Its Just share of taxes and conform to Republicans would win or else come prosperity we certainly have because 4 Shoe Repairing Neatly Done, Harness
might be Just and very close to It. Instead of this\\they Sewed and
such regulations as we have i wad for it. Snot we shall beiur Repaired. ,Juutoiiown
Droner. Such an act was passed and are beaten worse than they were in 11.._ .. ..._... ...... ..__, ,:., -.
pay 1'U5 it uunu; .u.ural uu jvurt.We customers ww meije
what was deemed a,reasonable assessment 1800. also paid the exiM-ust-s uf a Learned promtattention. Shop on Olive Street t
of taxes was made against the Bryan undoubtedly worked hard for commission to the IM-IUV cougr.taof The Leading FamilyofDade Newspaper.f next door north of TBOPICAL SO" BniM-
bank, and State Auditor Ralph Os- the victory which be bas achieved and The Hague/ and while the) were lag Lit
Sul- he deserves lie made the issue
borne and State Treasurer Samuel which astonishing the earth with the wisdomof
collected the fairly and squarely on the trust and ,
livan proceeded at once, their plans for preventing, war and "
same and turned It Into thestate\ expansion questions, and the voters of stopping bloodshed other of our <-otn, To Rent by the Hour or Day. '-
treasury. 'The bank brought suit ,ln the state, Instructed by him have decided f County :' i
missiouers down Pill :;
the district court of the United States against the McKinley policy In I, pines and were refusing shooting them arbitration ", ONLY HEW BICYCLES IN TOWN.: ./

and recovered a judgment and decreeof no uncertain terms. lest they should ask for liberty Next Duor Worth Tropical SilO.mock,
the state on the The question naturally arises whether ''
restitution against
Again we are lIl'U>ilK'roUlt-tiuft'ot'all.'Il W, R. MITCHELL!
ground that the bank was a foreign the results ,of the voting in other with It. Uteu-; Awing to the Increase Propruttw4
would not have been different It THE SUN is wel-
corporation and not subject to the states of wages the prier of tin plate Already a
courts and legislature of the state of the same aggressive fight that was has advanced." "In ('UUIil'tIU'Ul'ot --. -
,Ohio. This'was the first vital decibion;, made in Nebraska by Bryan had been OTIClTo 'A
i the advance In tin plate the pnot J N
visitor to
nearly every ,
by the United States courts in favor of duplicated In them.-New York Times. labels has risen." "1\t>(:l1uNl-" labels come M .

the trust and In derogation of the sore have'risen lu price canned goods (have all whom tt may Concern: 't <

erelgnty of the state.' The bank' made SECTION TWELVE VIOLATED. gon 'up a few points." "The sudden home in this section Notirr bi hereby' (Uo that Ik* "1Wtrh,
a demand for the money ot the state rise in the jrice of canned goods bas Club" nl Palm Bench,l>.de Comely, rkn-l l,.

auditor and treasurer, but without the H....'. Slnah lead Methods Were sent the pri* of meat up 'i or 3 centsa will apply to the' Hon. Minor JUBO..Jrtljf..
authority of the legislature, which was Clearly Illegal. pound." "The lift In meats has and its many attractive etc, at Titam Ille, Florida. OB '.<

not In session they could not make Instead of adruing postmaster* and government dragged up the price of sugar coal The 6th day of January 1000,

the refnnder. Upon their refusal to clerk oat ta Contribute to his lUnna'i duah circulars fund, oil cotton goods I leather: boots and th aftpr the cap l...
or pay any attention to sandbag: features bringing new or 1111 soon ai MM
make It they were arrested and Imprisoned are
why did not the civic service conuuiodon go after shoes, milk auJ flour and coal is nowa heard fur a charter tll lBc..rioriite .the.
for contempt of court. the violator ol vas and promote them By cent a bucket more than before." "lleaih Club" of Palm Beach, Fla, a rorpu-
When the legislature met on the first ending these circu'arj to postofflce and government Breed remains 'at the same price, butt recruits to its ranks each ration organ'ied for iioclal parixuknt,end (;:,.

Monday 'of' December, 1820: It author- buildings, and. they.acctioa must I!know. of the U.. law ana. U they openlyviolated also .u offset the r'!_UM In tuacrun M"'.. 15 per t'e_tit. 1 tfcolijecti Indwated ia the aamr i>l wbi
bed the state officers to reply the money know that theE circular are being ten to port- of cheap cornmeal added It Is Justas corporation Mud ezpitMied la Its art kiwi ,.t

and then took 'up for consideration offices and government buildings every day.W.B. nourishing to the bread eaters, besides week. lucorporatioo.Datnl '
another message' from Governor Brown j Joh_ at Palm B ach thIs 5tb day (of
being more profitable to the
concerning the high banded attitudeof The rule to which attention is called Dei-eiubvr. A. I>. 1k'.'.'.
: Mr. Johnson is as follows: er.The E u. IyaADI.EYPreshhnt.
the Bank of -the United States toward by Is
we are awfully prosperous. .
J. R. BR.\DUY.Ioee', and Tree .
: the state of Ohio and asking that Section I!. That no person shall in any room Wall street openly claims to have T.T RKE.SE, ItIft'ltor..fII .
in the discharge ot official 1
or building occupied .'
such action be taken as would viudj made $3O.O U.OOO out cf the : ", l
duties by any officer or employee of the United prosper- ( 11 "FLETCHER .,\
.cats the sovereignty of the state. Th States mentioned in this act or ia any navy yard ously drunken people who hurrahed JudiciousAdvertisers J. U. FLETCHER:; .
matter was referred to a select committee fart or arsenal solicit in any manner whatever or for more of It at the Dewey celebra ? ::; I O!,.
of the two houses and was com- receive any attribution of money or any oilier tion. The Chinese pagans cUs.red : .
thing of value for any political purpose hateTer. 'r::"'" '
posed of such men William Henry 100.000 'out of the dragon
great so
This point has been raised beforeL Subscribe for the Sun.
Harrison Eli Baldwin Nathaniel Me- proudly dragged through the'lIlrtllS of ,
unlawful to send the
1 e., that It was
Lean, David Shelley, John Bigger, and Chicago at the, autumn festival and -
Lewis Dille Alexander Harper an] circulars in the federal building nobody knows Just bow much the taro ....... .--
distribute them
Thomas Morris then In the prime of that It was unlawful to Cincinnati En banks realized GEO. H MALTBY
among the employees.- ,
their manhood and statesmanship Let us aiL therefore, continue on In ;

General Harrison was the chairman qulrer our spree of prosperity for if we stop -DEAtEE IN- .,
of the committee and wrote the-report No lrlaeipla are.. drinking long enough to have a sober Realize this hence the free' a i't-
which denounced in fitting'terms the The nature of President McKinlejla .thought we shall feel the miseries of Household Furniture *

arrogance of the. trust and the course 'to have no principles and to nrge: ,nq financial depression, perhaps the pangs Office
of the federal courts In striking dqwn measures tLat are antagonistic to !anJ' of hunger.-Charles U. Itobinson in use which they make of its

the sovereignty of the state by denying body. And this is his policy too. *Such Living Issues.

it Jurisdiction of the property, It Is the way In which he has treated the ..
was caned upon to protect with the poIicB money question and such.is the manner Prosperity Snit ,colums and its increasing funeral Supplies

power of the 8tate... lthougb the In which be bas endeavored to deal If these pestilent Populists doubt I

persons or corporations owning sucb .with the Filipino insurgents. The tbit prosperity bas! come, we refer advertising 1,
popularity asan 41 SPF'CIALTy.:
property refused cpntrlbute toward basic principle of such policy is to bt them' to our hired man In. Asia the .. '
such protection or to obey any :of tn. amiable and not offend anybody. EvenIn. sultan" of Snlu. who can give them ,

'laws of the,state applicable to then the war don't. shoot. to, kill-Port some valuable pointers as to the recent medium ; West Palm Beaeh Fla.
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?THE TROPICAL v Byanm Provided For. DEALEUIN.
Billie Bynum. who may be recalled ..,
r-_ y rtnof Dade Coy,Honda.t ,
'" 88'tbe head and front:of the PalmtrBiukner -
TROPICAL Editorial Clippings From the State and ;
COMPAITGUT sideshow, has been appointed / i" .
L >METCAU.ftjBLIIMtb JbUTOL Press Anent County, State '
by President McKinley to be a '
*T KVMV THURSDAY*. and National Affairs. member of, the board of customs appraisers
at the port of New. York. .
PRICE K.OO A YEAR He has ., .,. .., '-l All Klnds'of Boat Coods. ;
!But B. Swift to Beat "BIU..' earned it far more certainly cxn.toaiw: .
; Itaed tt,tote FoMofflce orWcat1"a1m Beach .' Store*.Tinware Doora,Sash ud BUnrt .
Judas -
Hon. J. T than earned his silver.: Tampa ?:..
<' > t '. u ICCOIJ4.c1ua IIII.Uet.. Ww, .of Bradford .
.. Herald. All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting uoods.
is announced candidate ..
':', 3HUReDAY. DECEMBER 7. 18""' county, as a <
> for < i' Gasoline Stove Blue Flame Kerojme Oil Stove J
Attorney-General but the
a man "Pity'Ti. 'Hs :True"It : -* Glassware tamp and Lanterns Harrison Bro. Ready Mind FainIS.
/ who can beat Bill" Lamar for this. .a AttrttioB.IKADING 11-yr -
;. ., l'rM&11 Order Given FnHiipt I ""
is interesting and instructive to
S H I position will have to outrun I f.l .
any the truck farmers of Fiorina to read .. ; r"'r. ""'-
fTp; horse at the driving Club this sea
that the farmers of Cuba .
can ship
Jacksonville'Journal. BUSINES: FIRMS ; a s-
.. -- their stuff from 500'n.ilee *
points ; = "

Hj Eaconraoinj to the Sou-Tiller. further away, pay the tariff duty Whose Cards Appear. in this Piper 'ipOtiiRY( odLi J :

F Wf and still get into the New York
The Florida Golf Season has open Classified Alphabetically. c
; 'oo market cheaper This state of affairs
ed. Thank Heaven.. ,The freeze may Fine Table Fowls tiC '
ruin our groves, grasshoppers and does not indicate that the transportation I .dJ PAYS : \

:: companies are losing either ARCHITECT: I Are as easily kept a* moogrcl stock. r
.. worms may destroy our tobacco T D Brown.West, Palm BeachBANKING 2
i sleep or money in their patriotic : Ore 30 Breeds la itock g '
crops, fungi may ansHult our grapes, ..
'i t endeavor to build up this State. Too taawwe yoar yield of eggs tad ret better prices On the market for your routecttfloBte
;. the railroads may charge us the high- \ 1
Tampa Herald. : Describing all the Beat Breeds Free Vfsa AppHcatkifl.
4; y
C est rates in civilization-but still the : Dade State Bank Bared and White Plf mouth Rockt. White and Golden Wyanaotts, White,Bri.asad r
1'i County I
Buff w1hurns,Buff Cochias,Black Lallphaafio Black Mua-icicu,Light aad Dark ,
gods are good to us. Our Golf Season West Palm Beach i Brahaaa,Fine G....Birds, Imperial Pekia Docks,etc.,etc.Souths. j jJ

opens unimpaired. Tampa Twill lot Always Be Thnsly"f f .5 Ore... Accfiwted Few'. THE GRIPPING BROS, co.. j jI

Herald. lIon. J. M. Bnrco ,
w teirijr: "
spoken BARBERS: Eggs tor Hatch** a Spedatty. v JacksoaVllle, Fla. .
y of as a suitable candidate for ZC
Milo West Palm Beachj
2 .To'Say Bathing of Ohio. Governor. We believe that no D Ruffin. \Vest Palm BeachBICYCLES Q Q P QQ ee
man in Florida would make
In the recent elections the Democratic us a -.,
: better chief executive than would

party carried nil nominally Mr. Barco.-High Springs News. :.

Democratic States. Besides doing .
Our brother.i is right,but has he observed B M Potter, West Palm BeachW i
\ which it rescued Maryland and Kentucky R Mitchell, West Palm Beach PAINT
that not a railroad omen has A GUARANTEED 1
: and flanked McKinley inN : .,
so much an made a news note or'the i
h brasku. The DemocratkpartwithHill .
mention of Mr. Barco's name? 'HP 5 iR BUILDING SUPPLIES:
and Cleveland and reticent FABIAN PAINTS
sulky Hot the man they want. tuiif if Je.mfJCM''y'S Geo Hacker & Son. Charleston, S C. .
in erect' and We beieve rAre
hopeful. -
Governor must .
wear a cor- S
: i the Goliah of the trusts will I.e poration collar (and the(;; railroads. Guaranteed not to Chalk, Crack, Rub Off, Peel nor Blister. Are n t.
....,. .. slain.-Ocala Banner. will softer no other kind tobe'nnmi- Franklin Sheen. West Palm Beach.DENTISTS affected by Salt Water or Sea Breezes, and are giving better satisfaction I

c The Consumer Not Benefltted. noted)111r. Barco sill! remain a' pri 1 < .a.--- than any ether paint known., It is the coming paint in this State, as it is i r

ate citizen.) Toe people would honor particularly adapted to the climate of Florida. I 8 1 I
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. J. Pierrepont Morgan, the man of : ..
him,but the peoplcvhave fallen into away ;
big capital and\he promoter of combinations D A Tbotnason West Palm BeachL i
Hereafter i it will be positively necesraty now of staying at home and 'letting T Daniel; Cocoa
is fighting a trust. i

that advertisers who care to He has organized all the fellows who the ole.railroads run things. This. is no! --1- EDWARD WILLIAMS, I

-Levy Times Democrat.
change their advertisements have i left oat of thetrustlormedwiththem' DRUGGISTS: .
A&ent for Carrara and Parian Paints, i r
their copy for change in the hands ot I ''another trust, and now proposed E H Dinricl, West Palm Beach i

tbe office foreman by Tuesday noon; to fight the first.out1. But the Enforced Humility. -_. 28 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA.A. .

staple need take no comfort in fights The Herald is reminded : u
The change in time of doing pft'118i very DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: i
between trusts. They are like snaked strongly tin goodness and 'bless- Carl Schrebnick.st Palm BeachFERTI' :
work makes this rule .
necessary. oteiThe victor eimply.swallowsthe i ni? or trusts by the receipt of a paper -...---_

vanquished.-Tampa Herald. bill on which the price of the articleis II I
THE ""AOOOBKT8 THE DEATH of tWO marked .up three-quarters of a : I-,
of Lak Worth's and Commendable, If Unwonted. Wm A Boors& Co. lacksonville
property owners cent a pound. The amount of trib- B M Potter West Palm Beach "

winter residents will vbn seen on other The Metropolis is the leading ute paid to the newspaper: trust by ,. & MINNICK .. ;
of this The lore Bryan paper in Florida, l>ec>iuse ,
great his
pages paper! paper i is $21.63: per mouth at $

i\,: : _that :will be realized by their inking: it is-the Jacksonville leading Democratic Metropolis.Since .pa. this present wriiimr. Of course it FIRE INSURANCE AI, ESTATE:

off cannot .now he fully realized: per. when ban The, Metropolis been enables us to see how great and good Wallace Brelsford R Bros Moses Palm, West Beach Palm BeachFURNITURE Practical Machinists Gun i Locksmiths'

Both re'men of National prominence the trusts are and how ir.uch
doing all this leading" of which it, we owe -I- ,
and wire ardent lovers of Lake lannn and the Kebuhlican plut.-for
? Six weeks since .
exultingly speaks
Worth andrloyalilo' ? varied inIF bringing them into existence and :

of te'"tlt. ., The Metropolis politically' like maintaining them. We D E Cooper Mfg Co, Jacksonville Gas Engine and Motor Repairing
might get
.p. Irishman's
.:. ass the proverbial flea. But

... EVkB 'A 8EAHOS t OPENED full of presto I change full-fledged '.4Ifad.ingot proud 'and. haughty. end, use thatmoney --- General Light Machinery Work

,. wrongfully if it was nut taken GRAIN AND FEED 1 .
Bryan papE'rl! Verily, such :
promise for the soil-tillers o. Dade m'w's /
away us by print Jacksonville !
Wm A Bonrs.& Co '
apostasy is as commendable as it wunwonted. ,'"
; weather .
4 thlaii'thaoju. ;fPtoj j ; rust, so the wind is beneficently B M Potter, West Palm BeachHARDWARE \.

-. abundant','. .; moisture,: 'large. .areas of ( t..-Palatka i Advertiser.. tempered to the shorn Jamb and due _&4 ... :
' i .:- -- i U' l S hop 10 Gruber's j
f rich new land opening ap-everything 1 Echolfliweri. "Who," and proper: humility U i kindly enforced Bicycle[ Emporium. s West Palm 1 8 eae h. i
need to I*conspiring to matte :
on us.-Tampa Herald. ,
__ ;. success on, the efforts'of bur County To.those so called democratic papers ( M E Gruber, West Palm Beach .
: 'that still continue to I
I farmers harp upon ,
-- May nothing arise or fallto'.mur -1HOTELS- '
,, > the. is the W. J. Bryan's, inability, eo said by Right You Are, Brother. for The
: present prospects, : Subscribe Sun. I
them, to lead the ,Democratic party Ij
.; earnest. wish of TUB. SUN. Quite frequently Me see in our Stare The Eannan House West Palm Beach
t .\ to'8UC't88 in the next national .
campaign j
V .,. exehangeslongtditorials Mtient the The Travelers, Jacksonville I
A we respectfully submit this j
question as to whether the
or lint ... r
NEARLY SIXTY NEW NAMES added to : If Bryan cannot be elected
'. several candidates who an in the PROFESSIONAL CARDS. T\ A.THOMASON.D.D.S. !j
Tax Scs's subscription list the past Prwident; 1900, will you kindly field to Piuteed! Governor B'oxham JEWELERS: i-/. 1t

> week speaks for itself of the popularV name some I) mol'ratwhoclln? An should declare Idner & Son West Palm Beach.LAWYERS Office: Corner Clematis Ave and Olive St4; i

'I its of' +'the people's paper" Dude answer, with the necessary collateral issues. We themselves on national ...- W I. METCALF, WEST PALM BEACH tXA. f
have endeavored to r All kinds modern-'entistry known to the I
v County.! If advertisers want! a inediumthatreaehesthefruitandtruck ;evidence will be received I t
gratefully view thin matter from every concciv- : ATTORNEY. AT. LAW. profession.. Gold crown and badeworkaspecialty. 5
Teeth extracted
without palu. i
a by au anxious Iluhlic.-PellM le W I Metcalf. West Palm Beach NOTARY PUBLIC.
growers from the St.: Lncie River to Journal. ai standpointptyl.try n$ we may, Shay lor & Broome JacksonvilleAlex Will practice in County StauAmt Federa. 10-21-98 Office Hours: q to u a. m. and 1104 p, m.. }

Miami! they'*ill find just what they we,can nee no valid reason why they St Clair-Abrams Jacksonville soturu. .. ?
Can This Be should not declare themselves. It
are looking for by placing their busi- ". so Officein TUOPICAL Sc.i Block, L.'r. DANIEL, '<
We have it on goodauthority that is true if we had a strong opposition -1- West Palm) Beach. Dade Cuou') Florida .
1. urea announcements in THE Sn.v We '
the Hon; J, D. Beggn, who now seeks party in the State that would create MEAT MARKETS: DENTIST
Ji what'we and
mean exactly
; say our
... books, to be Governor of }Florida said during State i issues potent enough to force Will Whidden, West Palm Beach H F. ATKINSON, COCOA. INDIAN RIVKR FLORIHA.1-J6- 3TyALLACE
subscription are open to the
the of 1896 that he the *
;:Y3: io pectlt.D of advertisers ,to satisfy campaign party into taking a -1- A TTORNEY-AT LAW,

in this would never support a free silver df'Cidt'lflittwd upon them:in order to NOTARY PUBLIC U. MOSES,
fully particular. HOUSE
y man for office. An ntiidimt can lie preserve the hiatus qmv then, we
a Ludden & Bates1 S M lit JacksonvilleNOTARIES MIAMI, FLA. Successor to A. W. Robert
a. gotten to the above effect from the freely admit, that such i issues! should REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, .

HEBE ia,AN .OBJECT LESSON which party to whom he made the etatementand rei-eive considerable notice, for Democratic -, -1- Temporarny"' ...T PALM located BEAIH.at 11-16-ly Agent for West Palm Beach Town Lola, also

Will not fail to interest a very con ? Wit might add that the principles ure the same PUBLIC: Went Palm NOTARY Bench PUBLIC Water Works. t

Iderable number of 'Dade' County party is n prominent fit izeu of Gaines whet her in State National LEX St. CLAIU-A UA31S, clematis Avenue,near Olive Street. y,
politirs.In W R Moses, Wes-t Palm Beach it 5-21-U7 West Palm Reich, Florida,
t people. It demonstrates the beneficent ville. If this is the kind of a hairpinMr. this State we have no oppnhiiion Guy I Metcalf West Palm BeachNURSER. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

.t results to the poor man of the Beggs is we don't blame him for worthy of recognition wlien it comes -1- JACKSONVILLE FLA METCALF, '

prosperity, (high prices) that our keeping mum.-Palmetto News.! to tilling State offices, but the line is Practice In all the Circuit Courts,State an GUY .,
Republican friends are boasting: \ STOCK: Federal. > NOTARY PUBLIC
drawn i when
we enter the held .
!$lI (IOct common'la 1898,__._ (3.55 John B Beach, West Palm Beach 122998.SAMLEL For the State of Florida at Large.
.. .. .. ? How Is the Time. of National
Proper inasmuch
18'ja....._...._ 4 55 politictand ae Deeds, Mortgages, Leases and Contracts .
Itereaw waxM ?..._ ?..._..:,.lO per cent the only fight have -1PHYSICIANS Dratted.ConTeyaneing !
Some to make
1 e'trust, prt>nt"..--...;"'...7o r ot the friends of some 'of the we is on SHA\'L8a. GORDON It.Baoox&SIIAYLOR : a Specialty.
.* coat to ton.untr..J _.HO N aspirants for Governor think it is un- National issuesit is but natural that AND SURGEONS: & BUOOME All Work Guaranteed Legally: Correct. 1
bake lu TROPICAL .
SUN' Block.
Another' necessary or too'early to inquire of i we should reek to build up strong{ R B Potter. West Palm Beach West Palm Boach Dadefonnty, }k.rida. !!
lWthch well piping; ixrfoot In 1898.! ...,1244. II C Hood ATTORHEYS-AT-LAW.
.. .. .. .. sentiment in favor
M IHIIII.I3e the candidates their views on the of the National "

''I-' taerea.e':,. ie N trunt wall'Ol iiroflti.eiMt _..._.___..._..,.'.".. lOprrcvut tit) leading issues of the day. If this.. be, I Platform every time the'opportunitypresents N S Burnham Will practice in all the Courts of the State. FRANKUN- SHEEN. GEO. O. BUTLER. \I ISI1EEX \
,'. '. 4 N to Consumer .._100" 4 true, about what time should the itself. Then, too, if we elect Office in & BUTLEK. 1
Law Exchange, FLA
3 'N.B. These hard iron facts RETAILGR l j
are ( )
not theories people be enlightened ? It occurs to men to offi!, e who are not in accord OFRS: SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEE S. !

e.. .e. us that from the time an aspirant w.ith Democratic principles as enunciated L W Bnrkhardt West Palm BeachJ Office at West FMm Beach J j
TT C. IIOOD, 1\1. D.
D West Palm Beach Lands !
legally subdivided
his intention in the national and maps fur.
announces to become a platform it Glen G. Strohm. West Palm BeachSEEDS Dished. Selecting I and grading land!, local j t
'TBE, ELFCTION RETURNS, now that candidate his h, "should tie un. shows weakness in the party organization PHYSICIAN AND BURCLON.Office Ing and estimating timber a "IJIICh ty. <"M. \i U
'. then all in and we have had time fin and correct work Knaranteed. /uroicninnieatlona ;
aiy disguised. If there i is a candidate and renunciation of -1- and Residence near Royal I'olm-Ian by mail receive prop yc alien- j-f t
to weigh results coolly andIpnatelj oillpa8- tion. Mal'" and Blue Prints ,t Towe-'t Pricea. .
who expects to .dodge important party law, ai>d no loyal true-blue :. Hotel. PALM BEACH. li-i-9: WEST PALM BE fU b LA. 11-7-95 jl

) are not without' their questions.he has entered4he race too party man will dare assert! that State L Cameron Jacksonville 'tI tt 1
tyrfcht side. Even in those States
S. BUKMIAM, 31. D.
soon.-Gainesviile Sun. politics should not conform to the -1- N TD. BROWN, "44 t
that returned .
Republican Rains we
National Platform If a man is always !.
are impelled to believe that the A Correct Coac'l.lol1. consistent,what jectiun' SHOE REPAIRING: PHYSICIAN. ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. AI

stronger their endorsement; of the can W R Mitchell, West Palm Beach Eye and Ear Specialist. Flans and specifications prepared -"".
The esteemed Times iTnion .
and Citizen be raid as to the propriety of. hk Jobbing work given
prompt attention at
present policy of the admiuwtration, is so dodgastedly afraid that giving public expression to his views,. -- See Office at'Uetiidence-Saltalre Cottage.aIJIB Shop on Datura Street. y j

the greater the un-American excesses some Democrat find some cm whether on Slate or National AND MACHINERY: !
.: into which it will be led in the etulta. for the late ) B. POTTEII, 31. D., ,
f {, |in that it proreeds'to ? If he has been consistent and Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, BARBER SHOP
tion of victory ; and the greater tlw CITY "
,berate and bemean the result has n-it the con age to state his JacksonvilleTAILORING !
position S-23-93 PALM BEACH. FLA
J excesses the halt will;'be in 'ebrabk. It sneers at Goebel he is not lw dailgt irous, and -I- Banyan Street. '

called, as it will be called in no uncertain and hopes for his defeat
if elected
by in to office he might again display ROUGE S. ADAMS
terms when the sober second Kentucky. And yet it pretends to l lie the white feather in mutters : G -OtfOE3I1NOLE MILO COOPER P.... ...
I Abe 9afranek & Son, West Palm BeachTRANSPORTATION .
'tII ht of\the plain common. people''t. Deiuomftici Taper. The man ot:: pertaining to hw dutiesand in which Deputy Supreme Commander -

Ie: -th ter; bofwaVk of.lhe; Ikpnblic-: paper' who or which would enslave I I the body politii- vitally interested. -.- KNIGHTS OF THE HACCABEtS iJ BAUBEIt SHOP ,

buds opportunity, make itself't '. .lUjpjyirlyUip}corporations ill not'! We are unalterablyopposed to those LINES: For the State of Florida. J. D. RUFFIN, Proprietor.

beard and felt; add that I it ,will Hi d' D. miM-ratic. and that is the sum anti I'wl.o hare convictions, but haveu't I Ocean S S Co Jacksonville Will Institute Tents anywhere la the State. First-Class. Work.
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,DEVFXOPMNTCrop J in this direction af once. I make, and it would be a debt the ,next; ; she baa taken the THE SEMINOLE
'fir. .:",,"' ; .' ., A mile farther and I reached the borne I generation! would help.to pay with pleasure ]I bachelors- cares upon her shoulders and .

Conditions,, ;'Material Growth. 'of Mr.JQS. Florry at Lantaua; 'he ,and I for this road would enhance the has succeeded in gellhig eight of her .,-.,. .
his sons planting three acres of eggplant vilueof every foot of land it traversed lady friends to come down here and invest -

I x .deneral--' Improvemens and tomatoes near Boynton. My from 50 jto too per cent ; that the people She expects them \Immediately. UNDER NEW 'MANAGEMENT.. (

\ a" ," next visit was at the residence of Mr. J. should get together and devise, ways and after the holidays and from a bint she '-

T.KJett.d U.*n by The Bun T. Ernest an Ohioan. :His (arm is near means to start the ball rolling at.the gave me I think I hball try to find an excuse Will be,run in upto.date'mannerf1
,.&Ileli.r a* H.,,HakM III Rousuli Pompano, and i will see it when I go earliest possible moment but should to see how Boynton looks in February ''-
Among:tttt People. -J there. Mr. Ernest I found to be a well look well to the selecting honest and : : Excellence Cuisine a'Speci ltY. 4

.sI informed gentleman and I enjoyed the competent men to entrust with such, a I'visiled the, home of :Mr, E._S.: Bar-: ,"' _ _ _.. 4.._ ,w tFat5 -

After' two'days pnt"in at headquarters half hour that we had. lIe is 'unqualifiedly -I big undertaking. He views an incont- tram in company with Prof. J. F. Bark,

I resumed my ttip through Jhe County. in favor of good roads and stated p-,tnt man from tVe same angle he does. and after the formalities of our meeting $2.50 to $3.00 -p? Day
making my first top at HV oluxoFriday" that be concurred with THE SuN in the a dishonest one- ither being disastrous were COver I asked Mr Bartram what

,night,and ,was, rniertatod by position it took some two months ago in obtaining satisfactory-resutti; Slate'lie was from and on bang answered '/ 't't-1'! ., -
Mr.. ] howe r.'!Jr,:Portrr 'was not at his' est. subject in a few days. such as this one will be.. [city/of// Chicago," told him that t had BURNHAM.'PROP'S,

fort has not become rec?n ledto, I next called at the store of Mr. M B. In this connection be ooke. with .pardonable been" 'r'a denizen of .that burg" ,for seven- r J
the result' of the vote in his native State L)man, but regret exceedingly that. he pride of his administration years,and that no one in my estimation WEST PALM BEACH A. l

,lut month, and 'i Jto:as.easily inferred .,was not at home.' However I found, his Port Huron, while mayor of that city could over,rate the,Windy City, His accomplished .
from his conversation that if he bad better half in Charge, and from what' stating! that he had made many Improvements wife and channiogdanghters, "

been in Kentucky,!Wm. Goebel would saw be need not give himself any wort) ;which at first were objctted to bya the! Misses Emma and Dorotuy also hiss THE BaRMaN HOSE

have had one more vote. His wife, who over his business"" when Mrs Lyman is in lot of moss backs who howled that 1 e ,1 ;Winfield;vied with me in extolling Is now open for Winter Travel. -* C
has an"we of picas would bankrupt owner of real e4 thegraudest city on the continent, and -
.is also a Keuluckian. proudly called my charge. Mr.Lyman every BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS.-TABLE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS. ,
attention to )young W. F. Porter, a four- under regulation: cover which art? as fiue tate in the city If he carried out his plans! there.,.being no one present from St. -Satfaa la Conn..iion.-. *
months old product of Dade County, as any I saw of the same age on the S\ This clamor did not affect him, for bebelievedv Louis we were unanimous on that point Rates.Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot. .'
.. and I told her that while Kentucky can Lucie river. t. t that the.,ral; ol' .taxalion the This l.- certainly a musical family, each
the train i people ):fl1kie; heVas elected 'member artist with the instrument Address Mrs. S. E. EARMAN, WEST PALM BEAIH.: FLA.THETRAVELERS .
lay claim to, producing,, the prettiest Caught at Lant a..ed got were : ,,being an .
women in, the Union, I would recommend ., oil at Boynton, stopping at,The Bojn- to his first term would be ample _to 'do ;'ol his choice. 'Mr.B.. plays the
,' In the event that a aSy show ton,",and was exceedingly fortunate io the work be had in mind. and that'he violin_ ,_ Mrs.,"B..the trombone Winfield
was held in her State. to enter Master finding Maj. N. S. Boynton at his cozy was! correct in his judgment WPS proven thV clarinet, Miss Emma the piano and
W. F. for fist prize and Dade County hotel He came here last week from bv the fact that the tax rate was not in Miss Dorothy the cornet They favoredme ,

would certainly win first money .' Port 'Huron The nest morning I called on Mr in, 'this ,becttoii; also to direct 1 I I remarked that there mu't have" been go OB record as pronouncing the Bartram NEW MANAGEMENT, .

W. A.Saiith 'was fortunate m\find his workmen in ,e\ernl improvements: he some tall stealing done by the 'people Orchestra i : of Boynton the best on theE FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville, Flar'
ing his brother': Geo. D", and bis'father.J. wilt make here his winter. I was under whom he succeeded and be alls..ertd.1 st co St. 'i i
his hospitable roof from Saturday till No sir: not oue dollar was stolen but 'IWtedevery pineapple field and
W.'Smith at his house. These three Electric Lights Electric Bells Paths, Complete Seivice. ,* "' .
gentlemen!moved to Dade from Jackson Tuesdafuight ami when we shook hands the money was squandered by incompetent muck farm in this ction and shook the

.County and are ,now.numbered with the and parted, felt as though I, had, known officials which :amounted to the hand'ofpvery: one of Boynton's"boebrigade The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida

intelligent hard-working farmers of him three years instead of that many same thing," ?! and learned from each of the Take car at the Union lJepot aDd uk tteCoa.uctorloitop4t! Uw Tr vel ri.o 'Mi-99

this section. All three"are growing veg.: d. ys: captured Die at the very Stan I asked the Major to mention some of parlies'whose name follows the number .

l etables and expect to make a good thing by staling! that he was au old newspaper the improvements he had made while acresPof; pines (none of them are

I this season ; they .have four and. oat- man and had occupied the position of mior of Port Huron and he did so in sheddedf' they now have, also the number B. M.POTTER'i' -
half acres already planted principally editor-in-chief on a souhern paper.: such a modest way that Mr.U.W."Cooley of.<)cres of muck land they will cultivate ,
in tomatoes. "But for a \erv brief penod. sir." In reply interrupted him with the renia.Vu- ibis seas -n. making! tomatoes the .
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I A abort walk brought me to the farm to my inquiry Las to how, ng a lime too couservative, Major ware '"All vri principal:i crop: L. L. Kig manager for -DRALER! DlHay -- '- '. / I
of Mr. II. II. Wilkinson, a native of the he conducted the paper and his reasun right Cooley if !OU think -a you c4' the('.&toD Land Co.. and W. R. Moss, 6

Old Dominion who has cast his lot wi'h for giving 't,up he leplied that he only answer Mr. Fills, for you wtre an aldei1- 30: acnjte pipcs; F. O. Green a# acres Grain Feed Fertilizers '

the people of this ,section. Mr. W. hub got out one issue of the paper and hid man under my administration and knowas pin i; U.B. Murray, # acre pines ; M.S. : ..

six acres planted in various vegetables just finished "copy"for the second when u.uch about what I did as ,I do my : A. M. Gaidner, i acre pines; Miss Maggie .' '.
principally tomatoes and also has some he was called from! his editorial chair by self." Here Mr. Cooley turned to me Otis, % acre pines; Funk Bros, 3 (NOT LESS THAN SACK LOTS.) : /

fine strawberries. the sound of"bo tsand saddle." He ran and dictated what follows : "The Major acres pines and 10 acres muck ; }lr<
Another short walk brought me to the down stair,mounted his horse and rode had to overcome an adverse' Democratic lund' Bros.,2 acres pines aud 6 of muck i Close Prices for Cash Terms Strictly Cask ', I -
farm of Mi. D. K. Harper a young over to regimental headquarters where plurality something 0er,4oo"htu re O, F'.: Warrirger 2 acres pines and 2 of .. t : :
"Tar Heel" who is hard at work preparing he learned that Gen. N. B. Forrest bad nominated him. Our platform In brief muck ; ..Cul'e! Pence I acre pines and 7 ..I
three acrei lI bich he will plant gotten in the rear of Gen. Rostcrans's was Public Improvements ;" and .when of muck; J. F. Berk, I'acre pines and 5 Office in PALMS BLOCK West Palm Heath 'flL '
'la tomatoes. Thin joung man confided wag..n train and went with his regiment the volts were counted the M?jor bad ia of muck: G S Bartram 2 acns pines Warehouse in West End Freight Depot. /*a.

.to.me..his intention cf vLJtiug the Old to try and persuade the former-that the plurality of, ;,320, We' elected. him foe.r and 4 of muck ; W. N. Otis 2 acres pines '
North State after his crop is harvested "Yanks"had more r.eed for what he bad terms of two yt'ars each,-or eight j ear d's "of muck ; Roberts' (colored) 6 New Goods-Winter Styles and'Fabrics';

4 for the purpose of attending: school ; but come after than he"Jobunits" Gen iu all ; he inaugurated the building df acres muck ; Johnson Davis (colored), %

S. from the expression of his eye when he F nest did not tate kindly to this piopoiiiion brick pa5lreets and cement sidewalks acre muck ; F,W, Palmer, 5 acres muck; COMING IN EVERY JUT AT TUB ",,' 1 \.. -

made this ,rema'Voul iferthat, ,thr at all aud. the argument which fol- -, and built more miles sidewalks M B.Foney & Bro., 5 acres muck ; F. PROFIT 1
... school he will attend will' have only two iwed became so hot tht the Major had during his term as mayor than had been J HuH &. Sons 5 acres murk ; C. E. HONES.T HOUSEJOllr

yuyisandhewiUdobis} level best tq, to leave Athens, Tenn., in such a hurry built twelve years prior. In addition to Ernest 10 acres muck : J. ABump 2)
persuade' the class that Dade,county is that he forgot to call ,at his, newspaper making three and one-half mill s'of brickpavement acres.muck ; A. P. Rockfeller, 3# acres Lndy Patrons are invited to call and inspect our Kew '
office and let his know that he and fifteen miles uf' muck R. Patterns and aliapes in Fall and Winter Gi nda. ; ;; '
the best rla e'on the map to live in; printers cement muck ; H.lI. Craig, 2# acres ; (
and I will be badly fooled U North Caro, would be unab'e to revis- tie topy. sidewalk, he tore down the ol'd City H. Rousseau ij acres muck ; A.: P .

lina does not lose one of her fair daugh- "However, Gen. Forrest: did not overtook Hall replacing it with a modem build- Rockefeller aud A.J. Nye 5 acres muck ; O4>O l
his malle'ra for he called at the office and itg." W.II. Cox'/ acres munch ;R.S Merritt, .2'
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tel'S.The the captured all hands: : hence the cdttortasthat Mr Cooley is related to Chief Justice \Yt acres muck ; Ole Larsen, 6 acres D ift1: I Iti 5.UI., ueccmDer7. o ",. -. J
next place on _my route was -T. :
farm of Mr S. W. Krolzer, a native of the Major had ground out wtienever Cooley of the Supreme Court of Michigan mac' ; F. W. and W. A. Chase ud j. : ; '\

Pennsylvania, who isplan'ing two and printed. .,ami tells malta, may.mat* Eojrntoa Tom Ernest; 6 ecus muck ; A. W Jack i Constant Pressure opcu' Oft QuaJUji'.tN' \ 1

one-half acres strawterries beans and The Major is a titan easily approached, his! future home;: Heis- in charge of son, 2 acres muck ; B. L. Kapp, 2 acres Like constant dropping of water that wears the hardest atone,is sure'Ct. to fR I

tomatoes. Next came the farm of -Mr. appreciates _hearing a joke and equally the large force of men the Major ninth ; Bloxham Crouiartie (fur C. W. bring better value for less money. Witness "' ': ___ _
G. A. Angevine. an ex-'WoUerine' ,, who enjoys telling one. In answer to his has in making many improvementson Pierce)), two acres muck, and C E,
expects to plant five acre, principally' question how I liked tramping over and the hotel and ground, the Chase the pioneer se.tler of this place, Our Famous Blend Coffee I :.:.
writing up Dade county also how I eg me most notewoilby being a thorough acres muck.
tomatoes. A little farther on I find my- 7 Hundreds of pounds sold at 350. Now after five years,'we have gained
to make the trip, I told'hini that thus waterworks system for his spacious Mr. Chase has seen this place trans We offer it in
self at the farm of Mr. Andrew Jackson our object. now to you a neat, serviceable pall couuinin -Ii
""Evans a young Cracker who moved to far I really enjoyed it and spoke truth- g:4hk4s! ; ibe'building of tight commodious formed from a wilderness a turning two pounds at 25e. per pound. This is remarkable, because of the _
Osceola county.. I knew his tully when, asserted that a story I'had 'cultapes with a complete systemof village and predicts that within two rare goodness of the Coffee, for tne Handsome Package and the Low
Dade from *
Price-5O )"lIt" l'nil We ofthis Coffee and
a are proud ; willingly
vouch heard about an old darktfurui'hed sanitary plumbing:: ; plans for a bridgeover years it will be an incorporated town.
father and grandfather hence can I allow you trial brewing at our expense. All we ask : Please do .not,
the Mr. Evans is planting both the incentive which prompted me the canal are being prepared and Mr E. L. Burton. who is in charge of iudve the. Cofiee bv, iLc low. nri('.., for it isn't. rheati Pnff_...,
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and informed if. make it and the; success; a "iDedin mans other improvements are conUm- the business of M. B. Lyman at this
two acres in tomatoes me I
that after J>e gathers hi* crop intends togo getting subscribers for THE SUN. "Howis pated.: Mr. Geo. H Boynton is direct place, says that their sales are very sat- L. W. BURKHARDT tint GtOOSriei I
to Kisdnimee and try to induce his that?" he asked. I told him stout tsro ing the force .who,are getting the hotel isfactory and has no complaint to make I, .
parents settle here: : darkies who were discussing: the efficacy in shape for.tbis season's business Mr. oa acouutof dull times. Mr C. W. Store 'Phone No. a. Residence 'Phone No. 3. i
to ; .
A walk of'. one-half mile- brought; me to Qf prayer. One stated that his prayers II. B. Murray (a Michigander) is in Pieice who carries a stock of general "

the farm of Messrs. F. and Wesley Griffith weie never answered; the other confidedthe charge of the plantation and infoims me merchandise, states that his sales have

,Uo ex-Wolverines are planting proper method to secure a very satis- that he is preparing thirty acres of muck been ..arger'this year than last, which he .

three acres principally in tomatoes. A factory,answer to a prayer: "Now,"says I land which be will plant in 'varied attributes to the increase in population.Mr. .
tramp ofone mile and a half, brought Cuffie."you wants to pray right an' den crop of vegetables, makii;,g tomatoes the W. H. Cox is building what will be, BUDD CITRUS TREES

me back...td Hypolnio and I continued you gits what yon axes fur." What priicipal commodity., ,Mr. M..hah five when completed, the nicest cottage between -RAISED- ON- ', '-
sny walk north as far as Lantana, calling I w ay am dat?"says Sambo. "Now lisseii, acres of his own laud which he will plantin : P>.lm Beach-and Lauderdale thus : .

en route first"on Mr. J' M.'Haip r, who I uigger: I rOIl.'-e to pray to de Lord to tomatoes. far. I 'have! ,seen every house between .SPRUCE PINE RIDGE.... -
send me a chicken, an' I berry S'ldonll and want to that Mr.
keeps a general merchandise store near 1 My first visit at B.ynton was to the points say Wild Lemon and Sour Orange stock. Also full line TROPICAL FRUIT and
asked how he tbbtr got:: oue ; den I changed dat way farm of Mrs. A. M. Gardner who moved Cox has set the standard for the other
"the station who being ORNAMENTAL STOCK. JOHN B. BEACH. West Palm B\achf Fla.rbEHG.TRor .<
ol> prayer au'axed de: Lord to send me successful truckers to emulate.
here from Minn When I
found business, said that be was having Minneapolis, I .
a very satisfactory trade and had no whar chicken wuz not roostiu too high presented my card "he staled that she The latest addition to Boynion's population I
and I seldom (ailed'to git one." that is Mr. H. H. Craig of Boston and ;
complaint to mate.Concffding was pleased to see me, addu.g one
We country newspaper people would Mr. C. A. Graves of Shelby Micb; ,
my visit with Mr, Harpi r of the first things she did after locating
I called on Mr, J. Brown, a native of send out sample copies of our paper to here was to subscribe for THE M"N, These gentlemen have secured five acres
Scotland and ,wa-Tvery alreeablyenttr: new settlers aud follow this up with a which she eitjojed reading very in well. of mucK laud and are at present trying ; -

.tained by hinu, .Ilis' s by far the largest letter soliciting their subscriptions but After explaining to me her method ofgrowing to accustom themselves to the businessend : ,
farm in this locality. I found Mr Biovn we ranly txtr got one; but when I walk vegetables out th'S feitile, soil of a hoe.Concluding. .DEALER1N.- -.
1 ato a field aud tackle "the wan with the inviUd loner home and this I will state that there are
superintending the construction of a me ; to say ,
hoe" I very seldom' fail to gel a sub. no drones at Boyntou ; every man is Staple and Fancy Groceries
he ha : scratch bead be.
fence aronud his orange grove ; good ladyuiadene ..my hard at work and if no blizzard strikes ,
two acres planted with budded trees andV scriber. fore I took leave of her. explains-iusl .tlc liu .toefVviot....... """IaaL tli.a..'c" a'-caac/iit_.. tH...y..v will_... .
if he findhis land is suitable to thtir The Major thought this joke good what I did. The first thing she did was make a crop that will astonish the Grain and all Food

growth will make a larger grove. He ii enough to swap, fo I will tell bis. He to show me a *ei of books (which she natives. .;... S. O. FiTTS. Supplies. ,
making preparations to plant twenty-two says he has often been told that he is\a keeps betsell) recording the receipt and ICOUN'J1J
I dressed in citi
acres this winter, in pepper okra cabbage fac simile of the caricature of Uncle Sam; : disbursement: of every penny which "Fighting Bob" Evans
beans and tomatoes, and has a covered that others have told him that he tore a passes through her iuuds. Anyone i zens clothes and went to church one Y PRODUCE
striking resemblance to Mr. Lincoln. the first readily Sunday; not long ago. Upon enteringthe I
seed bed 50x100 feet in which hewill meeting her for : time of he seated himself : Always Fresh, Kept ia Stock. <.
protect his plants from the cold. but one day while travelling throng. perceives the unmistakable tamp of refinement house; worship /-
My next visit was to the. farm: of Mr. 11 Texas himself and wife went into' dnratitig.hou.se in her :eveiy Dlo 't'ment.iO I in aisle.a vacant Soon pew after about a gentleman, midway and up lady the Your Patronage Solicited. -

\:"'' % p. c. Voss a native of Maine, whom I < at Dallas., On the railroad was not iu the least surprised when she I walked in" and seated themselves in the West pa1.m Beach fla
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-i found in his field busily engaged with ahoe. platform there were standing ,an aged I handed me a testimonial as au instructor same pew. The genllemau looked ugly at .
'-F Jolr.Voss'crop comprises four acres darkey with his wife, who, on seeing' of iiiusic from the Metropolitan Music Bob and the lady partly turned her backon

and is farther advanced than any I have the Major clapped his hands, at the Co., of Minneapolis.! 'She is a devout he him could The and gentleman then passed stood a card it as over long as to

thus far seen His beans are in bloom same time exclaiming, "Good God Episcopalian and belongs to the Order of him which read as follows: "I pay $2.500
'and his tomatoes ares, commencing to hOIey 1 Dar am Marse Jefferson Davis the Eastern Star, and as I am also a annually for th-.s pew." Bob glanced at Do You Want a
fruit. My next stop was at Mr, Chas. suah as youse born I," member of that church and a Ro"alArch the card and then r-assed it back with '
the other sid: "You STEAMBOA111[ ( ?
this written pay )
CarroH's a native ot Georgia who also Now up north the Major is alright ou Mason the frateruilv will readily too d-d much. The preacher then an- We have them to Sell and if wr love
. has a crop of beans and tomatoes wel account of his resemblance to Mr. Lincoln understand my admiration for, Urn remarkable nn.mcori Ins.:: tPYtt'IL'S bless d to dwell none. on h.iml,tosuit.-,. we can build ...
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\ advanced and looking fine., and down in Dixie his likeness to'' business woman. together: in the house of the Lord" or JlIstWDU\OU".Ul.' .

A walk of fifty yards 'brought me 'to Mr. Davis makes him solid with us Mr. Gardner has the design {repnrcd words to that effect.-Ex. I We are nIl<<) Prepared '. .. # !

Hon. A.W. Garuetfs farm. This gentle- .Crackers;'therefore after we elect Wile for an up to-date cottage, which 15h* will Friday afternoon and evening Mr. and To Furnish _- t. :
nan I foun 1 setting out tomato plxnts ; I ham 'Jennings Bran next year, I propose build right away on her pineapple plan. Mrs. S. D. Paine gave a ,'ibanksgiving '

he expects to platt five acres in vegetables -' that 1e succeed that gentleman tation, a short distance.west of the rail Tea a general invitation having been Co Outfits for
and will make egg plants his specialty with Major N. S. Boynton, of Michigan road. She has ten acres of ideal r.im> given all their friends diop in infor I Pumping Irrigation. .'
in and Florida. The Major is a broad and laud which .,t
being very proud of his success apple, orange grapefruit mally and enjoy their hospitality and a ,
raising that vegetable last season. His guage man and ,is heartily in favor of i she will set in trees'during the winter social t me. THE SUN man was so fortunate Write or call on astor Anything in ,. ,::1 "
Is a very fine place and when the two- building a go'xl rock road fifteen feet':and will plant seven acres of her muck as to be present in time to enjoy Our Line-that: you need. c.c.<. -',_, ''
'I talk by Dr. Paine
story cottage he .is building is completedhe 1 in width from Sewall's Poiilt to Ctler; land in tomatoes. In addition to all of I I a about most the interesting splendid collection of historical U M
ought to be a happy man. Mr. Garnett he does not know bow much such a road ::'this work she is doing for herself, she nitd..ls of wh.ch he is the proud Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co.

is the member of the school bwid would cost in Florida but d es know has bought five acres of muck and te-i possessor. ______ c

for this_district_andjs decidedly in favorof that in Michigan ioco per mile would acres of pine land for a lady friend Boat building done right at home in JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ',"
the good road movemeut started in build such a road ; sav s he is in favor of whom she expects to arrive at .J"nton 1 the most approved manner, good work I
the eolwnusof "Jus Sex last October issuing bonds for this purpose, believing any day, and she will direct the cultivat-' manship and at living prices. Call on M-24S8 PROPUITOB J ackson4e Marine Railway

Utd Culminating BOW tn the almost.unanimons.']that it would be one of the'best investments..1 ling: of her friend i farm. )(01 satisfied** .' Capt, A. T. Rose. ---4, --iia,



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'' :-<,,; 'f? c6 -;' HE TAOPICAt S'C1NrWESTPALftBEACU' PL RI i Dda T liBFR-T : :
tBsDAyDE' 1899.
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0 'fi./: ;; : l' ""' *' M" ; ,.. .. . :: : .. !
: c fRrS11v1AS1Gl FOR\ FANS M'KINLErsBABIES. c FURNITURE.Household :
TSi OB} i &r .-- --$ C :.' ,' :....,_ .. \ _
:; ,,/,, ; ; \. jrt,. I \i A CmrUtMM Gift That Kay Bully!: Be B.vI llc B Party I* Re.._ IbU For : .', 1 Sewl JlatJ1Ines lID
f I 1< "
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m ? ,: t }, i -(*. **** 'Made. + qie Trusts. ?
.. ; =," : '' Helpful and really uSeful The are" lie < + The Bent Machine Made, Light' Banning .atfWat 5 f, 5
.HP*, v : Hints About Their Manu Among the pretty RepubUcana; trying to Noiseless '
.,.,:-.., : .' little..articlec-irhlcb,; may. be made atbome'end themselves cut of all responsibility for -
,,' ;_ facture ttHome ; I
: will form holiday
". the existence of trusts, but nobody believes Sole AReettor the famoM Wall Trunk.. ,
; la dainty bag for carrying the < .
gifts a '
4- "" ---- then.Tb'e. ]lucriniinatfnsf evidence 1- trades made. to on-er. A Com
<< far tin light colors is suitable'fortie1pera'ban'or''evening is l Sfe ,h. plate Hue of
.: -: BEAUTITUL PHOTOGR.ult SOREEr, : reception against them sufficient"toconvlct :< ;:-i.

.. ::':, ."., ...a'lJtit.tJIb: _H "!;8. ': TS' /aovjilel[ .iJark tones It may be carried thousand meo' of any cri&ie before ,, g t' ; .' ;fit FURNITURE / '
: '.:, in the day to functions where fans any'court of Justice. Here,, Js*a ..' ,. :Z'" :i. of all dt edpttoss at noel Bottom Price, both I
fl' i. wit
: |-: ; : .!t Pill a nut Few That the,A.0 .\- '
usually a 'esslty-the matIneeor little of that testimony says Th ;NoD- : .f.1 Wbolenalv and UrtaiL H bj Carilages from JG
;, ?--"--- -'.. .s b.BLJIa Oat of Styie-AnoUter GUt53wi are confofmist. .. lip la 20. Go Carts KeJriRerntor,Ice Cbesla,
-1 :: -- ;: ". th .jromans[ club. They refuse to make any :? 111.f."- ._ '. --:.." "' '..-.' | ..
,,- >{ :,.: : \ i,; fi be3eainDbs$1w>> J in change in the tariff although ex'-Stna- '=- c '" "*. Etc.
I .Tbe fan bag shown In the pfetate ::: >
: hat
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: Lr :
: .. ,- ;tale oVa strip of wide white noire tor Washburn and other gn t men In -t ,<"" '" have t' 'Qme

r I.::::-" k' .' '' ". '-"' There 'la probably no better way of ribbon twice the length of the finished their party bay that many "of!:the 'i :Advertisers: Reed We Eockeit a tho.1 connignment will,be cold of Oak very Liners low. and We. Lta1l

: 4': : taking tare, rpt1 pftotosrap saM11! ? b?: .bag It:.ts euibrojdered! .,with a fine de- trusts could ,nut live without the protection -, .- '." handle the Famous Cleveland aad_ Eambler.Enptdal urge
.;;,'- '" pnttii.tt m. ii al .figtijof.gllk: and jpanglea: ,. la lined of the. .. tariff. z, ..- RUYI"LF ; umt'1rherethfT -------
-- : At the recent trust confeivpce In:Chicago '(IIIIY wor
\'iii : : : are. protected, from dust and unnet. \ and
to"7: '-:.,. handling..'.,#tt"+ *:WD..t.1.h':: ".. tot every speech ..defending'trust's ., attention give to our Wall Order .
y ..faah'oJl"nve" IOOJ'Ua..thacnctosn was made by a .ltt.publlc n or a gold- -i ..' We Gorastee Sbtlsfaction! both In.goods and t plea I
; to
.. : to'have doZens'of 'S -vvv bug Democrat, which Is the same > a'rIcH.all, on us,or Rend In your order to a.
photographs dtspii : or i
>. I ', : jDolijff ti Ener'yh are, thing. The present administration has Who. Use. .the.. IS and 17 Laura SL,JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ONLY 8.00 thenlove.
'" V not made a single effort to enforce the :
v t 'tra Fand3heo 1 i e Mat : : : t- _
'<'- law against them. AttorneyGeneral 41D.E.. COOPER MTg Co.
if kintirai
: r" : nor countless ways devised, pf'disposing '-
,/; -' \: J- / .that. they,.wll!:be ,Tlslble I and. Griggs sees them tlourisbingtiwithootdisapproval. : .
In Ohio the party}turned ": ; !' t woo
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; 1 down an honest attorney, general : L thelJer
I because, and only because:be'trled'tp, (

I&- trt, i; y -d- enforce the antitrust ..laW- agalnstBdckefeller. : ,of J" -5 'IC 0,
Did anybody v'erj|hear t
4 a charge tbatany other party, was responsible [Recognizing the demand inLWest Palm '
r- .. two
--Wi\\ 1f < .. r_ _
tor'the existence"of, 1 tal ; .< ro
Beach for -
Did any trust magnate ever contribute k the6oati

a dollar to any campaign fund except '. ... (n,
t' that of the Republican party! U 'not Ice at Reasonable Rates u

t t every trust supporting McKInley's administration THE ,

and are: not all'of them Courteous Treatment of All Patrons
desirous of his re electlonf' Tl e'. RepUblican ? J E
i Is 'for .
party responsible; =the
4y : existence and inalutenauceof; trust9. J.z-, 8
and they never will be destroyed : .' The Arctic Ice Works: Ga

& a controlled so long as .party. :, .remains : tNl
: .f- '
e\ in power, :. ., I. TROPICAL :

V k< = a 1 -= .i:1- ',.$. OF MIAMI, FLORIDA, !.. be
t ci
\. That If:;:! ,"" Have made arrangements to a full ::
: Do To* Like Cendittoai So W H carry ,; a
Tog De>lre Ko Cb.a *t f 5 ': tb:
supply of Ice which will be delivered to
1 Truly, now. are you not dlasatlslled! :' SUN to
a. tq ye with the Industrial coDUofls( ':all !s.. r... all parts of town promptly and regularly. =
Ica about rout You know you air'.It you 4 ,
r.pr feelligi ? a ; will but admit your own.' ; You ; ::" C
want things to get better;: 1 'want: !1 t patronage. of
better' pay; you want carer.employmentyou ; ; eJ.
want to live better.. y ," '
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BAG FOR VAN.wl are twisting and turning and, skimping EMILE D ANTHONY{ : E
.' '.. PHOTOGEAPH ECREEI. a rand of china silk of some delicate and denying, .you' know you *arv.f :. 0 I ;"' : Manager
*-*,*' ';."> win yet not, t4jtji4omqcb:! ;! room.. tlitt! JJcfoi-e the ribbon is doubled you are''not dissatisfied: you ought CLAIM, :
'" -{ ,. .. The photograph: screen Is one ,of the to form the bag a raffle of silk is placed to be. You want things different. Every ;= ;,h r tlSS
%- .
f', *fc best., It is a litth -screen which stands all around it. The rlbboo.is then effort of your life is to change "..,rT : sr. .: al
if'a.: is be'table r l :\l maj 1 W4 Dsed ,IL!:.a folded together and the edges joined at things. but yon will not listen to anything : ..
dim, wxWa-anir Wn\iftictufe>will each std to within ah"Inch and a half that proposes to change the i i.1 .: 5-

;,;., 'gilt,-ucuupuHuu-to-the! maker'Of home'ws 'oflhe'ifnds whleh'are left"to"form'a causes of.present conditions. It Is Tie ; < : .

m>idlje 1mns'si It>ast, TJ1 et o ieinjvstr6iA1 t -, little. (Jill tnumbet: of small gilt Christ was killed because he taught ," .. -- '5- -S- II
6 anlatract1vMhave.buthe rtiigsare sewcct around the'outside of the common people that Industrial conditions Established 1875

form Tmay be varied .to .6ui{ ,lndiTldoal the neckof, the bag and through them must be changed before .It .i<. .. -_ t
-;. taste The screen consists of are run narrow moire ribbons, which would be our earth as It is In heaven.: l t + 1

,.._. ,. '. two: T&TwHchrare: ffaetenSd' tom sera gathering strings:and'al8: 'as He' taught that men must hold :ail William A.. Boors & Co., v :
getaeMrtttf t small"Stages;- bit these' loops by which' the bag may be'suspended things coaimon. that their Interestswould
; '. ':'.:-. :. may be added after the leaves are fin- from thearm. The gathering be mutual so that strife and '

"-"' ;':: '. 1ahed.-TlW'Ift1t-t': !'*6emsNIvNS'are4ot ribbons are j joined in a bow at the top. competition would cease and then ,be BiB7. Grain ; Garden Seeds'and Fertilizers( li j jNo. !

: thin wood and are Covered' outside) with and also form bows at each side of Wen brothers.. It was the, common people ,
rtrrtdwd brecade.flashcdaround cTdth bag:. - who would have received the most

;- edge with gim. The. 1n-:ides is also_ '-' benefit from such change, who cruel':' 6 EAST BAY STREET -:.- JACKSONVILLE, FIA. t
1. !< ,'f' _eovereattotched.g 3r'but"tb' { -, )-(}FORA. YOUNG a Rt. fied him. and It'1Hia'btItD tbv common ,

,.- &, material forms several horizontal bard of working mules wbe are op- We handle the t
j only Best anti most Reliable Seeds.. A complete Stock of
{' ? .. :.pfclta. If'I* to Ufese'plaits that the A Decorated Chair nat c W.m>4 prM9ed who have beau crucifying all i

...... *:.t .. 'lower. edge ot the photographs slf tPJease lice at Ch*.*..... .- *0 McQFa a 'wi0 ,'Q' Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, =
1 ...< ; IJeC1. .littEr1) n? ,tJ. 1 tip :J.I it '.'lt1otIldblid1r be powUW to-flad a t5it 4* vrtt- base., IT ".rhea *r."'Just ,

,- ", (.Theadisadvantage which ,often atundi21amemadf girl. rbo does not take delight in dainty to your liking. why do you fleet any Advertising r Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dark; ;
Christmds presents decorattodstfor[ her home, and"'that i is I one to office ,to change laws Why t
: --' AT = c .
; Ib fllmslqesa. Mf a thing Is made tt' one reason why a young girl Is alwayseasj pay the millions that congress and leg ,
; :: t'ome.lt might pt t..be$cod 41} its,kind! st.tqjHJovjde<;tor when one Is plan; islatures cost If yon seek no change? State Agents Tygert-AIIen Fel timer Co.
", ._ aDd as strong ana serviceable as 'if it fling holiday gifts. There are manypleasing You are oppressed and dissatisfied but I

S b: } .::;., ; ;Srcre: bought, .Ilare your handiwork cf'f / 'and useful bits of furniture to kick those who offer a change; that Star- groan Brand; Pertilizers-tinaraoterd Bone. Nitrate Soda, Muriate Analysis of POIuh., Orange+Ha-phste!trw- and Potssn Vegetable, Raait etc.FprtllU Them. Pu Verc ; 1
'>:': .+ lrtom8"pfaetiNatuse.* not' o.unsubstau- lie bought and many also to be made ont t would, benefit! yoo.-Appeal to tteason. tillzen hu u no hnpeiior in the Market ipd a trial will eonyinoc.b 4-, ''

,. :- fUai IhaMMncBt. notbe- totwhed lest It kast decorated at home. Some shopsmake J rx' MEDIUM Rend for Catalnne.'r <. IO-t+ is

1 ,: .' ', oUapaef.It< frequently' :happen" thatjpactebdard 'JT specialty of light plain farm PAINFUL REMINDER. ."':..m 1':;_.. 1
V' is'one of the materials'emJ turej :made 'of" unpainted wood,' to beorptwHWted ..;.;",

:-: *J loyed1h fancr'.articles: 'Its intended .and, :finished by the 'ama Rebraika Republican Papers ImportCampklea '. ; "
t \ )f av" purpose being to give them form orStrengthen "1- teur' hand, and nearly air the large Lie. r. The Florida Central J
them. J5ut What ant, of; stores kff P a few such articles In stock) It Is very mean In the Republicans .
r VsfefepjraVf! I genehillyjujsall: : &}$ t:e ; of Nebraska to remind the fusion can' .
>: ''poet t HitdS.'3erhajis.'pr.ai: *|' s* a"piece dilate for the supreme court that 5 .:Of !
::_ of an old box -tn"i-lIIclt goods have when be was governor be collected of : Any <" and Peninsular> R, R;

9t.IUbe.AtyJ shops the state twice as much for hours rent .
J; .' '6 it..fW tiotogral 1fbolderf -1 as he paid. The man whose whole a c '

;" .lnaatrated-.et 4hSs 8ort_ of- heavy n soul panteth for reform should not be 'Unexcelled Service from FLORIDA all
e Q -a AI.n ..P.f.t.! ,wood worried about such little matters as a to points .
t '. a e!''l itst .:. tare is "- )
J : false affidavit to get $;O a month from
t : .. .. b.tatitll tle jsroca1!! which 'iirr -- the state.-Indianapolis Journal. .,. NORTH, EA.ST AND WEST.Two .
'r:' :' may be held by paste at the edges, and The above lie Is going'the rounds of
the back Is llRed wlth cambric .' WEEKLY PAPER
The the Nebraska Republican
Is.A1rtdedJlnto-tht-ee-J'p : v.J press. The : trains daily between JACKSONVILLE and NEW '
)1t.> : front rt ;. 't'-'i.; ... newspapers this state are ashamed YORK carry

I Across- the* lowest, is t.a pocket .pf em-' > to tell this story any"more In their log Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Care passing through
: brojdefed<< ve.yet. above "wbib .Is .ia. own editorial columns -
.. : I so they employan 5- s
c .. :. tefted.nitlnyi.gUt5Loo= ly upon',whieb.a Indiana liar to make the false statement S Savannah *

::!.:t ..- ; 1rryayb. --anspended.-The-other and then they copy it We. are ? ".
: : r 'i ce much ashamed of our Republican con. In The ,
." f temporaries. It shows a woeful lack Charlottesville, ,,'.
: Y of enterprise when.they Import the Washington -
s 0I. campaign lies.They ought to patroulzithe'home e .
Baltimore and
"'/i market They will dlsgrue' z '<. .
I. the state. People abroad will think Philadelphia. ;

that we have no home grown liars. VY N 1 i c.

Insist that the Republican papers of Dixie 99 Through Sleeping ( JACKSONVILLE and
this great state shall either quit lyingor TATE or FLORID Flyer,, Car Route between 1| : SAINT LOUIS',

else manufacture their own lies. U .
mendacity ao infant Industry In Nebraska i. -VIA-

f that It requires & proactive Lake City, Co

tariff for It/ full development We Macon, '
.-< earnestly hope: that the Omaha Bee, ooioto .. . Atlanta, : _,i.?

...... State' Journal York Times Kearney f Chattanooga, and .' yNashville.
Hub and Fremont Tribune: will arouse ..
themselves and show the world 'that ;-ftl;
I- .' If soapy small chairs. roes era and tables there are just as accomplished Ha Making connections for KANSAS CITY CHICAGO and air points in.the Northry,
in Nebraska as there are l 10 IDdluuaNonconfornlist. : west.- f,
of light construction. Th(11e'are! isAdvertising h ...,
JACKSONVILLE CINCINNATI Sleeper via Colombia and Asheville +
f susceptible of
kinds of
: t treatment They many may .be enameled, information on application to any Agent of" this Company s ._ :

$ stalncd-. -or gilded and upholstered In a The Idea of a Corruption A. O. McDONELL, ,L. SHIPMAN, '. i.Gen'l
vartetynt different One In accounting for the unexpected a n *
ways. of ':
:.: deco'ratfng/a small chair.1s Illustrated.way crushing repudiation: of President S! Rate Sheet b Passenger-Agent. Ass't Gen. Pass'r Agt., '".

The wooden frame is enameled an Ivory Klnley In the Eighth district Mr. Ha '- ff: -
white. And. by the way.'the amateur na telegraphed! from London that "the j I '

I t 'f enameler must remember'that the Is ground for suspicion .that they ( PART RAIL, PART-SEA.

enamel,is only the finish and that the Democrats) made the majority to su '
first coats on the wood must be of themselves." The *1 Idea he means to z Past Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route from '

paint as many successive coatsenamel "of convey Is that had not tie Democrats Will be Sent 'r .
:on Ap- 3.
j'stuft'ed" Florida New
.. form a 5 hlnallke: deposit which thp-ballot boxes the returns to York, Boston and the East. f

soon chips off and leaves the wood ex t would have shown a Republican vlc1 ."." I ,: :- -r,' j
a ,,; posed.. The rest of the chair Is upholstered tory and the Indorsement of the presl- !'f."fS": .f'ilk SHORT RAIL RIDE TO SAVANNAH ,
l t t
land ,
with curled hair and covered stealing and slavemaklng !.iJft. ;..', .
with. ;""nv". <1 n.."",..n...",. a+_ftft a" ft policy, SuSDll'Ion finds Inilcnmnf.,. ....In ,..tigu.ity'mind.Kan.as' ... nHnaHnn'e.a-; 2. Thence.via Snip sailing from Savannah. ,
iv B U'v* ** W* V "*- BllVU/>t DUCT fc4I{}* ------- '-- --- '" .u.'Uo"4V44....'- :' ';.(t '-
e t'tIIljtlaldPAaDtUDtRc.. and'over this Is placed iJje outside covering City Ttmw.I f. ;nt...} "
Poor Each Week to York.
.Ships New
two divisions are arranged with flaps of of= stamped velveteen or cretonne .:.: ; Two to Boston t ;

f'' ./ ......the embroidered tograph'S'may velvet beneath which ,'tie edge being completed by a I Demand For Silver. :n '.'.;*::r.:: ,..' -#f< All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules

pb be tucked. The' flaps'and ruffle or plaiting. If the chair has a Prosperity has filtered: all the t Write for general information, sailing schedules stateroom <.
way i.
t tbe,front of the pocket are stretched pretty cane seat the cushion may be down. The dcui.ml .for small silver "- { .: .- call on reservations, or _. '

pter pastebjird of pi et proper shape looS .aId) .simpJt';tied to the cornerswltijUJbbnyjAl coins has -txbaustwl the treasury's ,'. E.: H. HINTON Traffic Manage WALTER HAWKINS <-
t tnj o.t1t;iifctt'iThe'jU>&lDf !ire!pock: 1 ;hanging available : :: ,
; cushion forthe bullion SAVANNAH
/ supply and the clerks GA.
>- : : .. S1 ; Gen'l
; Agt Traffic
;.; et. the divisions of the. front"a"nd: the back is made. to>.}match and also( are hunting for son provision of law i : Department,. J
/ entire edge are bordered jwjfhfa jBjfsUtimp. ( +nth".5<' ;ribbons, ,The''prevailing authorizing; purcbares of tll1\'t'r with ( 224: W. Bay St., JACKSONVIUE, FiA.

( There is a bow of satin ribbon, $;of the room for "which?the chair. which to make the dlaies. quarters and -

I tjeeojDW..iJ .- I. tIi! IIbUo4; q
SloP across the top by which to.hang choice"of the glijid of the enamel and for from all-pa-m;; of the&:country.Nev' I lk \ :i Subscribe for TheSun.
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