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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: June 17, 1897
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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CMwJIiM mmoiM unit iNE HEWS TtOflCtL, E *SUH.W,.A*.. II,Ittt.J 1881.1: WEST PALM BEACH, DADE COUNTY FLORIDA, JUNE 17, 1897. VOLUME XI NO. 19.

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PERSONAL PICKINGS. whether they showed up large or small CHILDREN'S DAY HERE AND THERE. kept the largest one weighing over COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE.

p profits and any other information that eight pounds for himself. Who can -

People as They Come ud Go-People You the growers saw fit to give. Appropriately Celebrated at the Congregational Scrap of News About Thin ud That and beat this for Eg ptian Queens? bumsttag Items Gathered by Our Scribe

May or May Xot Know. We have the promise of quite a number Church Last Sunday. lJerc t Tkial" Throughout the County.:,. <
A special meeting of the County Com. '
to give ns these facts and figures -- <
missioners will be held June I2d, to re-
J. O. Walton ,of Titusville, was a and below we give the first report. It is Children' Day was observed by special No rain to complain of the past week. MA5GOSU HITTERISGS. .
vise the registration list I
'iitor to town Tuesday. From J. M. Harper, of Hypolnxo: services both morning and evening This city needs more shelled streets. I

J. W.Grimes left on a pleasure trip to He says'he had to do his work 'himself last Sunday at the Congregationalchurch. The F. E. C. Ry. bridge gang left on The "Mary B." left for Jacksonville .

[Miami yesterday morning. I which made him some three weeks The church was beautifully The F. E. C. Ry. section hands were Tuesday' freight for Miami where they i Tuesday.. _____ _
committeeof repairing track out by the depot last will have work for awhile. I
behind his, neighbors end also three and tastefully decorated by a Pineapple shipments are now going

Mrs, E. H. Dimick is expected home weeks late In shipping, which got his ladies appointed for the purpose, and week. __ __ __ The assignment of teacher to the dif- :north at a lively rate. "

i her Rockledge trip tonight tomatoes in the market that mach late their able assistants among the boys The steamer Katie came up to town ferent schools in the County will probably -

for the good prices that the earlier ship.. and young men of the schooL The service Friday night and left for down the canal be made at the next meeting of the Cast nets and mullet are in evidence' V ,

County Superintendent Merritt left meats brought: In spite of that here is was very simple but very appropriate again Saturday.In School Board. now at both the wharves.

jfor his home on the Bay Tuesday. what he did with one and threequarteracres and impressive.The rte.: Josiah Sherman left Tuesday morning '

of muck land. children,under the direction of a going: north by bike path always A gasoline state took fire in J. H. on a business trip to Georgia. n-
Paul and his tool chest left look out for glass as enter the scrub Ibis _
Jones yes. He shipped 474 crates and they sold committee, were drilled during the you iill's residence morning: but some

erday for a carpenter job at Miami. in the northern markets for $1,189.32 week and rendered their parts in a north of the ice house. quick, effective" work prevented any D. A. Allen is shipping quite a num-
-- ber of crates of pines from his planta
damag done. .
he getting net returns of $687 4eHe praiseworthy manner. There was only great beiog_ __ ___ '. :
tion. -
of overworkedlast *
Maj. Peabody, general agent of the The K. _P. goat was not J- ------- Y
spent $50.85 for fertilizer and about $70 ,one extra piece sung, one that was com- From present the pineapple -
\Times Uniont was in town the first of Friday night as it had only one appearances '
week. for crates, nails and other incidental expenses posed especially for the occasion by a crop..wUl hereafter be the principal Miss Carrie Watson of Lemon City
______ rider to carry through the mystic rites. ..
leaving him a net profit of over member of the school but in the congregational fruit crop of the State with, probably was visiting MR. Frank. Cortright the

Attorney Geo. :M. Robbins of thefirm (560 to pay him for his work, which he singing the children ably Clematis Avenue on the ridge is being the orange crop second in importance. latter part of last week.

of Robbins & Graham was in town did all himself. lead. _
cleared of and graded in shape
grass up
esterday. ._ He says he is perfectly satisfied with ,, The pastor gave a sermon especially so it is presenting a creditable Geo. W. Sears is fencing in bin fro t
very ap-
.
A bent went
large party on pleasure from being driven
Mrs. E H..Dimick left Friday last fora hU crop this year although things to and for the children, although any or pearance. _________ ont in the launch Mary Me Tuesday to keep his trees f
seemed all of it could have been'appreciatedby over and broken down.Mrs.
visit to her parents and friends at rather unfavorable all throughthe
np I During the warm weather quite a aimsher afternoon visiting Wm. La-chart's, S.
[Roc-ledge. season, but another he intendsto the older ones as well; taking the
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__ year I' of the city youngsters enjoy them- Clow's, Kidder & Neidig's and other W. E.Glean and three child
of the little Israelite maid .
do a great deal better or he will know story captive
J. C. Points of interest south of town The ai H, Dick's and on the
Lauther made a business rundown selves afternoons bathing in the Lake were visiting J. .
household basis of
the reason why. tu Naaman's as the I I
to the Bay country the latter'part One thing Mr. Harper he has his remarks. "What a little girl did" I off the park point. party consisted of J. C. Stowers, the I ridge the first of the week. F 1 r
says
Of last week.Alderaam. 1t owner of the launch, and his wife; H. S.
found out to his satisfaction and was the subject-and he shoved how she I the
own .
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It is rumored that Pat Lennon, the Miller and wife; Mrs. L. D. Hfllhouse Quite a party point went ovtf
J. A. Strawderman is that is, that ashes are the best fertilizerto was the means in God's hands of accomplishing the -
to see
Lake Worth tomato grower, has boughtthe and two children; Miss'E. E. Clark and to the beach Tuesday night
[spending few days in Jacksonville on be found for muck land. a great ork. Naamanwas I
the sJa and saw it.
Park Cottage. At last reports Pat. two little Caldwell children. The party moonlight on ,
[business this week. V healed of hIS leprocy and came to
Mr. Harper has the account of sales
was still a bachelor were very much pleased with what they
bills for fertilizer and all the other items know Jehovah the God of Israel and it sae The Merchant and Jlow1eyfamllies '
at the different visited beside
Mix B. Beach and left points
J. mother of expense and receipts and is ready to was done because she was cheerful faith A train load of sand was taken across the ride the water im spent Wednesday at the inlet getting

[Tuesday for Lake City J. B., accompanying show both them and the, land to any ful, truthful and loving toward her Muter the Lake yesterday fc> fill in over by mensely.? enjoying on couch.clams and sunburns in quantumsurf '

[ them, as- --far' -- as'Melbourne. one who sees fit to call on him. and.Mistress, and loyal ,to her God the Palm Beach Inn, where ,the storm > .- V
We will and was not ashamed to speak a word The Tuesday ball game of last 'yeek, -
Jeff D. West, of Lemon publish other reports from had made a washout. bike from town to the point
City arrived The path
time to time and would be to for Him. though a captive in .a heathen that was postponed on account of raiD,
[in. town Friday and, after visiting pleased is in good shape BOW and from the pointto
household far from home just was played last Thursday, tbe two nines
have any of our fruit and vegetable away ; The regular council meeting that was
friends in this section is Improving
[ returned home the ridge
I the first of the week.R. growers send in their crop reports to us, what any little boy or girl could do any- to have been held Tuesday night was being captained by Messrs. M, E. Gru slowly.Rowley's on

only be sure to send us nothing but the where, whether in their own home "or postponed to last night and only routine ber and A. S. Lamond and' the score _

H. Chapman, business manager of actual facts and,figures, let the showing among strangers.In business was transacted.W. stood 9 to 6 in favor of Lamond.On Quite a party of Mangoes attended

Daily DaytoniaH, arrived in town be what it will. the evening the subject was"Chris- Friday the regular game was playedand church in West Palm Beach last Sun-'

[Saturday and was calling on friends. .. tianity's Estimate of Childhood." being Moses has had the street cleaned proved if anything more interest- day. We have no preaching of our

|He returned to his post Monday. Going on a Ramble. both appropriate for the day and a con- from grass and put in good shape in ing than the game of the day before, own now. _>__,____

HI tinuation of a series of sermons upon front of his office and has a right to expect Messrs. Dean and Miller captaining the
-Jeff West, of the Bay country was up
Representative R. B. Potter, who is The Hardscrabble Club, composed of Christianity which the pastor. is preach- his neighbors to do likewise. nines, finishing np with .a score of 13 visiting Miss Caroline Zairs and Bother s

(calling on President McKinley and A. P. Gus Anthony, as band and G. ing Sunday evenings. to 2 in favor of Dean.. G.G. Strohm was friends in this vicinity the fore, part of
i and contrast with the barberous treat- The U. S. Cruiser Marblehead was off umpire and F. B. Everett scorer for "
other friends np in Washington, will Grover Strohm, C. Hinton Miller G. By this week. .

I not be home before the zoth inst Gordon Currie,of this city; n. Jeff Anthony ment children have and do receive under the pier Tuesday and some of her offi both games. .
the form of heathenism it cers paid a visit to the city under the June.and Frank Rowley visited the
of Miami and J. Cnyaboza highest was u .ftn/VMll.. ...nl. fruits are most abundant in...
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Mrs. Gordon R. Broome and her Jones[ Tltusville, as the procession! are shown the great value and the high pilotage of Deputy Collector Curry. tropical climates because they t are neces- beach Monday night and came ,back,

[household goods left Tor Miami yesterday about to start for Georgia and other place the Hebrew and Christian religionshave in those climates account of the about midnight with a sack of eggs and
on
ball sary
The
Tuesday's
[ Attorney Broome having decided northern feeding stations to spend a few ever given to childhood. The at. amusing one and resulted game in a was score an uf excessive heat and have the most beneficial about a hundred pounds of turtle meat.

I to make that city his permanent home summer days in new pastures. tendance both morning and evening was
effect in cdoling and the
large. : 16 for Anthony's nine as against one of purifying Geo. Sanders acting postmaster at
i The day of departure will be July 5th ,
blood of the inhabitants of
-- for Grnber's nine-but Gruber tropical is tired of housekeeping
ii
Capt. A. T. Rose returned from his r says Riviera says he
and all conflicting dates are hereby cancelled -
[Northern trip last Saturday. While I The Outlook for Florida. they can't do it every time, even if they countries; while the grandeur of their and will be only too glad when his sisters -

[away he visited Chicago; the Tennessee peremptorily.The S- do get in kids to help them. foliage, and the nchness of their flowers arrive and relieve him of the job.
Club will with
go away great expectations -
in perfect with the intensity ;
are keeping
i
Centennial and other i According to reports revived from
[ places of interest. Hendnckson and children
several railroad, and a Mrs. U. D.
passes various portions of the United States Mrs. J. A Strawderman is one of the of light and heat and serve, by throw

Messrs. Dimick, Russell and Jones few dollars scattered through their the outlook for the State of Flor-, many women in our little city who takesan ing dense shades over the earth, to cool are visiting her parents. R. B. Moore the

clothes. interest in the looks of their Its surface and to offer to living and wife at Palm Beach, during
I ,
went up to the inlet last Fridaytnighton ida has not been so good in several. yards as who is
They expert to do a baseball trick or absence of Captaiu Hendrickson
well as their parlors. She was seen' the creatures a pleasant retreat from the
[ a turtle hunt but after walking near- ears as it is to-day. The fact that the
two at Titusville on their way up and first of the week the of burning ,-Ex. now up on the Indian River.
overseeing planting rays a snn
i ly to Jupiter and back they returned State has come safely through one of

[ home with only one nest of eggs. also do one or two of their is Jacksonville the worst financial disasters that ever of orange trees,rose bushes, and shrubs I There will be services at the Congregational .- Capt and Lady Cecelia Rose left
friends if the weather favorable.
befell has of many kinds around their beautiful Wednesday for a visit to their home in
follows
a country, produced a great church next Sunday as ;
and is
Miss E. Clark who has been As shady trees green grass and commodious Clematis Avenue resi- This is the first time the
Evelyn feel their effect on the minds of people who think, Sabbath School at 10 a. m. Preachingat England.
in that
plentiful Georgia they
visiting Mrs. C. Stowers for the dence. has been home in five years andwe
J. past is assured will and particularly the farming classes, ii a. m.' Christian Endeavor at 7 p. Captain
lodging as they umbrellas -
few weeks will leave tomorrow for a .whenever it is possible carry to and as a consequence, the inquiries fer Hearing a rumor of sickness in town m. Evening services at 7:45 p. m. The hope he and Lady Rose will enjoy

few days visit on friends in Miami be- cure them. and the wayside streams pro will homes in Florida have been greater this upon investigation wefind'sometwoor evening subject will be "What Christi their visit and also speak a good word

fore going to her home in Daytona. furnish the best of fresco bath tubs. season than m any one since 189. three cases of whooping cough and'five anity has done for Woman" A subject !for this, their favorite winter resort The and

all the members being strongly adicted Parties who have visited all sectionsof .or six cases of colds-and nothing else. that ought to interest every woman in I valuable_ >pineapple.. plantation.____.__ _e
Messrs. Grimes and Grirr got back the State in search of effect of Captain will lake some samples: m his
habit. opportunities Whooping cough does not give one- this place. Nowhere has the
from their trip over in the 'Glades the to the bathing for that this will fine fruit with him to show his friends
be the
strike the investmentssay fourth the trouble here that it does Christianity upon the world shown to '
For eating they to
last of succeedin expect there.
last week. did
They not over
numerous barbecues for which Geor- richest agricultural region on the con- further north, seldom being as trouble- such a marked degree as in the elevation t .

succeed getting in what they went after, but of did it gians are so noted and they have all- tinent inside of ten years, because we some as a bad cold, and we have never of womanhood to her present high Teachers' Examination.The .

getting wet and plenty ready quite a list of dates and will add can raise products here that cannot be heard of its being fatal. This city seems position in Christian nationADd what

raised in any other section, and they to agree extra well with everybody. interests women should interest men. following the of teachers
Capt. J. H Smith who has charge of more as soon as they find them out after
bring the highest prices when they All who do not attend elsewhere are
in this
arrival. will the examination held
the pier was over to the city Monday their They carry along passing : :
reach ketoit it I The Ladies' Aid Society will ice
a mal serve invited attend.
after a 32 hour watch and reports fish- their own looking glasses but are a lit II cordially to city last week, and their averages:
The fact that sherbet cake and lemonade in
we see so little immigration cream, .. .
tle afraid they will be unable to hit a .
ing as quiet over in his vicinity at present FIRST GRADE.R.
now is due to the fact that our people I the Club House, on Friday afternoon at
but that improvements are .still in barber as often as the exigencies of the A Card of Thanks. and
make no effort to secure it, all that half past three, also in the evening at ..- E. McDonald, 92 "-24
progress on the Poinciana grounds. case might call for but will trust to sort of work being left to the railroad eight o'clock. The base ballists and We., ta.e undersigned teachers of Dade Irene Rickards 89 and 11-16
luck and take their chances on having
who their friends invited to and be des're to our sincere Mrs. Geo. Lyman, 88 and 23-48 a
companies, have no more interestin are come County, express
Messrs. B. H. Dimick and T. Tipton scraped faces and combed hair whenever I
the State than the rest of us. refreshed after their arduous labors. I II thanks to the citizens of West Palm Ada F. Merritt 93 and 7-10
Reese took ride down the beach and wherever be called I
a ocean er they may .
I If Floridians will show the Western The ladies will receive orders from Beac_ for tbe kindness and hospitality Addle Lee Damon 88 and 548TT
Sunday night on their wheels and find upon. to fill the position of gentlemen. I I > ...., ----,-_.,-- TT U """, and .
people the numerous advantages we those wishing cream lor supper Incase extended to us during me examination I n. A- n.nuuus, 93 P.
ing a loggerhead of about 35e pounds I Their length of sojourn will dependon
have here they will be only too glad to of rain, the entertainment will be week, and to the School Board and L. F. Hindry, 90 and 1-12
weight on its nest they laid it on its the durability of desirable weather
come and join us in developing what I postponed until Tuesday, the 22nd.A I County Superintendent for the fair and
back. Monday morning 'Gene and and the extent of the barbecues, these SECOND GRADE.
must be the richest agricultural regionon impartial manner in which the examination -
Paul and butchered hand will for home.
Jones went over :failing they start :
earth.-Jacksonville Metropolis. couple of years ago Mayor Lamond was conducted. Lulu Angevine, 82 and 31-45
divided the proceeds between to add one or two desirable -
up They expect very decided he would like a few pineapplesto I Signed; Ada F. Merritt Jeannette Grace Lainhart, 93 and 230
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friends sides Lake. the that end ----- ---
on both of the members to Club at
eat so he planted about soo Egyptian Obenchain, Irene Rickards, Addie Lee Jeannette Obeochain, 87 and 1-54
of the route and are in hopes of picking Dale Miller and Bert and Footz Yar- I I' and 11-18
Queens out around his residence hoed Damon, Mrs. Geo. Lvman, W., A. H. Eugene Lee, 80

,\ -,*. Bow On* Crop Paid. np one or more along the way as they borough returned from their New River I II i them a little once in awhile, fertilized Hobbs, Robt E. McDonald, Eugene Annie D. Lightbourne, 67 and 1-3
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4< ..._ return, the houses for all of them being I late last rel'ort.1 j i I
; '- trip Saturday night and them mostly by waste water from the. Lee L. F. Hiudry.

We.have requested our fruit and vegetable -e ready for their occupancy on their arrival ed having a fine time. They succeededin I. house and now he is reaping the re- --.-- Two of the white applicants and three

growers to give us the actual pro- in this city. turning one green and one logger- I I suits of his labors in the shape of some W. F. Armstrong, Jr., says that the ,of the colored ones failed on one or

\d'i from their different crops so we I ii _-- head turtle both too big for them to I of the finest pines of that variety in this. rumor that he was going to put up a cottage more of the papers. and consequentlywill

., :'can publish them for the information of A great many of our citizens and suburbanites handle so they gave them away to some County. He shipped a crate of them to for two on his pineapple patch is a have to try again.

all our readers and especially those I have greatly enjoyed ocean of the natives. They brought home his father up in Michigan and could on I premeditated fabrication of a willful alle. The twelve teachers who passed wall

elsewhere who may be thinking of con- bathing lately and some have also tried about a thousand tnirle eggs of which 1ly get 18 in by hard crowding. He gator and no friend of his would believehe be given their certificates and be put

ing here to locate. ,the waters of the Lake, and found con they succeeded in finding 1,961 in all ,J made P. B. Ratcliffe a present of one would be guilty of any such intent- on the elegibl. list and given schools. ,

All we asked was the actual facts ditions very similar. I during their stay. I weighing six and gee-half pounds but there now. should they so desire.



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t THE TRQPICAL BUN, WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA, THOBSDAY. JUNE 11, 1891.

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vtke Croptal Jinn. SHALL BIKES BE TAXED! PROFESSIONAL CARDS LEGAL NOTICES. aker' HoIrneL


Thin question ia being agitated in

diStrvnt part of the country 'and GECIBQX If- EOBBH:, WALTEB S.GRAHAM OTICB.Jfotire .-- -{ WnOLE5LY PULEU D' }-

GUY I. METCALF. EotTOB.XEXREBOF .)from a perusal of all the articleswe ROBBINS & GUAIIAM. i it hereby gives_that lie aawea of BerwnsduiBftarfnesa -

hare met with on the subject we ATTORNEYSATLAW.GEO. without a license will I I Cotton,i Seed Meal and FeptilifHaj

find them all unanimously in favor .ct"BBn. e Local.ankger. be reported to the Couty Attorney. who baa _

Florida of levying such a tax, and we must West Pala Beach,Dade Coast?, Fl.. been instructed to pru.ecnte the taae at July Corn, Oats, Flour, Feed, Grits and I _
Press Association. Will practice in ill court State aDd Federal. term of County Court. ,
acknowledge that we can see no Special facilities for examining and perfectingland A. E. HETSER,County Jadjte.

National
just as veil as the poor man's horse
: DO YOU READ
or mule and cart and the Prom SAY .
poor ? '
SUBSCRIPTION: : NO'tl lime, Britk, Cement, and Plasftth!
an's sewing machine. THE LAKE WORTH MEWS? -
One Tear.Hx ."adwDell 2.00 Hind red DoUar
? Bewrd One
They are recognized as property The Progressive Paper 01 Dads County, $100.00 Flies."
Uoithi,U advance__-'1.00 ReW'ard111 be paid by tile Board of County :
Three Moth*.In ad*aasa$0 acd hare folly aa many rights on the Its the It Newsiest yon doaX Breeziest why sot aa4 Brightest Paper CommlMloner for the eoarietioa of any per- Guaranteed
and Cattle :
Protect Horses against Fliers
street and roads as horses and ia Southern Florida son or persona for letting fire to or building to
Sample feet free by addressing
copy
rnLIUII nUT THrBiBAV AT TMT HIM arts and both demand and get +- THE LAKE WORTH West Palm SEWS.7396 Beach. Fla. ramp Dade County area 08 any Florida.of the Done County ia open Bridges 1IeIIIJoa, 3.18.97 Office. Ham and Bar Sts., JaeksooTille, Pl--

IIACH.DADECOCSTT. !tonal.x1TaazD more rights than any sewing ma- thU March 3d.1897.I. .
[ .Z! ] LFQUIMBT.bllam .
chine clock and cannot
or piano we
METCALF, Clerk Board County Commissioner
: AT Tea POST OFFICE: nr WEST HIM think of W.1.
why they
one good reason

BEACH AS eCOXD-CLASa MATTEL should not be taxed to help pay for ATTORNEY.AT. LAW. o. W. WEYBREOHT:

the good streets and roads that they Will.practice ia ooaty.State and FedeisJOonru. OTICE.
OffldaJ ot Dade
Paper County and the Oldest
VnUitrton on the East Coast of are not only asking for bnt gettingto LAXD CASES A SPECIALTY. II the Circuit Court in and for Dade County. Dealer in Hardware,
office TBonctL Block
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Florida between TUairQie demand as one of their rights. West Palm teacn, Dade County, :ilortda. Florida. In Chancery.
and Key We tCett Caroline Pitta Plsifcr Steam and Gas Fitter Mind Paints,
The following from the Jackson vs. I Foreclosure of ,
E.Kke and Mary} Mortgage.
Stephen
Metropolis so nearly expresses 1\ E.IIEYSEB, B.Bice his wife. HP Copper and Sheet {IrGI '
AdrertiatBg Medium OB the Eat out .. .
our views and fits the case here that It appearing by the affidavit of A. E. Hey-

of Florida. we publish it entire: ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, sera counsel for the complainant filed ia this

In the language of the Savannah jcxo FLOEIDA. cause that the defendants are non-rtsidflits of Dealer U Pamps, Pipe Filtuips and Genera Plumbing Supplies Ta Ware IpSJ
Will practice la aD Courts the the State of Florida (or,that if resident they Wile and House FaraisfciBss of Every )Lied
PIXEAPALE8 ABE PROFITABLE and ft ess, we ask is there is any good erupt County next
have been absent more than sixty day
should not be Court of Dade County.. .! -!>7rr
it is well enough to raise them but reason why bicycles preceding: application for order of publication)

\ don't basket.put all your eggs in one taxed coming? They under are a species the law of; property theyare c. IIOOD,31. D, that their they residence arc over Is 21 unknown yean of to age complainant and that AGENT FOR THE AERMUIOR CONSTRUCTOR of IRBI8ATIOI FUH

numerous and valuable; they
and that there is no person In the State of "
.*. require good roads, and enjoy 1
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGtOH Florida service of a subpoena whomwond
rights of way over streets and roads.If upon Estimates for Work and Material. One or both promptly|
kind either of the defendants, Stephen
SANDY LoUD u AS GOOD as any there u a single valid objection omce and Seaidenee near Royal Potn ana E.Eire or Mary R.Rice,hie wife. Futr.it h.m. 1.31 _
other for raising nearly all kinds of t) an ordinance taxing bicycles we Hotel PALM BEACH. 6iy6 It Is therefore ordered that the said defendants -
have not heard of it. This is not a WEST PALM: BEA-OR fLORm
,Stephen E. Rife and Mary E. Rice his
fruits if
of
plenty potash is need as a matter of prejudice. Everybodyowns
fertilizer. a wheel The minister visits ''R.B.. POTTER :31. D., wife,be required to_appear and answer com -
bill of complaint, the
on
.*, his congregation and the bank man plainant' ESTABLISHED 1875-
Sad Day or August,A.D. 1897,
goes to bis office on a bicycle. The 5-23-93 PALM BEACH. Ff.A.
the sam being a Rule Day,or the said bill will
THE BCMOB THAT THE CLYDE Line young and old own wheels. They :
confessed and the be &
be taken as complainant William A. Boors Co.
used for and
are pleasure
Steamship Company had become in the daily ro une. They purposes&re\"ehic. E.W.. PDG1I, 31. D., allowed- to proceed nptrteith her'can**. ,
part owners of the East Coast Canal les of convenience and necessity as !, It farther ordertd that this order be pub "-
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEOH Uhed once each week for eight ronseentlvewe
is contradicted. well as luxury. .
ks in THE TEOPICII. Scs. a newspaper GrainGarden Seeds and Farliht-
There are now between 1,000 and Office in of Dimfck'a
Tear l>rag Ston-
published at West Palm Beach, Dade County,
2,000 bicycles in Jacksonville. A Residence-Went 011 lde of OIKe Street, 3 Doors
tax of fr each wheel would bringa South of UematU Avenue Florida.Witneea.
To-DAY B FLoRIDA DAY at the Tennessee good income on to the city and en- 52696 WEsT PALM BEACH. FLA. the Hon.John Broome, Judge of 6 East Bay St., Jacksonville. Florida.

Centenial. but this part of able it to pave at least one said Court, as well a. A. F. Qnimby, Clerk
thereof and the seal of said Court at the
Florida does not street year. The wheel is a civilizer -
seem to be .
awareof J.A. PUGIi, Court House at Juno this 31st day May. a. We Handle Only the Beat and Most Sellable Seed A Complete Stock: of
the fact and is not in it and a developer. It brings the
tie bit. even a lit. suburbs into easy reach. It gives DEN 18 T. D.1837. A.F.QCIMBT. Corn DaIs Flour Bran Wheat BoIs
Seal of Circuit Hay
byt [ Court] Clerk CourtfOB
exercise and fresh air to all classes.It MJj
e Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.Local .
opens np new roads and streets.
THE The wheel has come to stay. It is Anaesthetic of Teeth Toed IB Extraction PRINTING. , Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and:
XORTHERX fruit papers are recognized everywhere as a valuable OFFICE IU Door frum Cor Clematis Are.

now calling the pineapple the fruit almost an indispensable, ad- 7-2-94 WEST and fAlJl Hire BEACH St. FLOBIDA.f Send THE TKOPICAL ticx a trial or <- AT WHOLESALE -I'State
.
junct to travel The bicycle has Agents For Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co4 .i.Star
of the season. This is probably the caused a code of roadway rules to der for job work. We have a com

first time thin frnit baa ever. been so be made and the riders have the DANIEL, pletejob office, good stock, latest Brand ironed Feraluera-GoaraBtted Bone. Nitrate Soda, Marine Analysis of, Orange Potash Tree Sulphate and Potash Vegetable, KaiaiL FertUzet tKTbee --hi? _
designated. streets the crossings and the roadways faces of types, competent workmen Fentljien bare DO isnperior in the Market,and a trial will coarnce.J:
4 aft of the county. Wheels should DEHTI8T. and our prices are as low as consistent Send for CataLJgne..ti'te. 1.:
be taxed like a horse,a buggy a sew- with good material and work
..
COCOA, ISDIAX BIVKR.FLORIDA. *S
ing machine a clock a plano or alibrar.f.
Letter head
THE VALVE manship. ,statement
OF THE GROCXDS and
And for the
reasons we
buildings devoted to education in have just enumerated, a wheel is R. MOSES, bill heads, envelopes, shippingtags "
WALLACE folders in all the
visiting cards Dimiek 74illhouSeII..DERLERS
the U ited States Inearl1 100.000-- more liable to a tax because smooth latest styles ana
streets and good roads are essentialto Successor to A. W. Robert, posters.
000.of which Dade County furnishes wheels and smooth streets and
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
its
foil share. roads cost to keep We
money up. Agent for West Palm Beach Town Lota, oleo
I esARE take it for granted that an ordin- West Palm Ktwh Water Work.' The glade County State Bank INS
,
.
auce will soon hit intrndnrori and XUTARPI'Hue. ,
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ANY OF OCR Excuse passed to tax bicycles. They are Cli>m&U*Avenue;near Olive Street. "
or ex. 8-21-iM went i'altn FluridsF5.MI
Ife.eh
English citizens going to celebrate a property horse or and a wagon.as liable to taxation as Palm Beach, Florida. Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing ,

Queen Victoria's jubilee next Tues :UN 1n EY. CEO. O. BUTLER.

day.June 22d By the way can any IT MUST BE DUE RAILROADS QUEEN & BUTLER Authored Capital 3100,000. Shoes Hats

of them tell us what her right name .... Paid Up Capital $15,000. ,
tat Fifteen years ago the tomato region SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS.
and most all of the country Office at West Palm Bach
through which the railroads South Lands legally subdivided and map fornbbed. OFFICERS: H rdware
Selecting and trading landa, locaving Crockery
Florida built uninhabited
was was an -
THE QUESTION OF THE PROPER disposal forest and the land which andaUmatingttmberaspecialty. Carefol E. N. DI.ICK, President.E. ,
upon and correct work guaranteed. All ron W. BRELSFORD, VicePresident.CEO. .
.:. of the sewerage, garbage and tomatoes and other crops are now mankatloQg by mail receive prompt utteo-
: grown could be bought from $2 toES tion. Maw and Blue dints at Lowe Prices. L. BRAINING, Cashier AND GROCERIE
., refuse of this city is now confrontingour WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. 11-7-95
per acre. The same lands are a
citizens and the longer the solu now worth from lzo to (100 per acre. Branch Office at West Palm Beach .

tion of the problem u put off the -Orlando Reportet. T J. FLOOD. PALM BEACH FLORIDA, North of Royal Poinciana Hotel r

;' more difficult it will become. Why is this so? Because the tomatoes ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. Office Hours From 10 a.m. to i p. m. 12-1.95 t --
are so valuable or because the 1
railroads have penetrated'the sec Plans aDd SpeclOcations fur any style of Genera! Bankiag Easiness Transacted .1

sa Jacksonville Aletropolis. BoiJdlD CollectfouspromptlyremItte OD day jl .
I .. r N :
Fourteen years exnprlenee: In De Ijrnlng yy
PlXEAPPLES OP BETTER SIZE and It must be the latter. Tomatoesin Southern I' ide2ei>a. 2-14-H3 receipt. Drafu bought and Bold on the principal -

quality, and in greater quantity, are the field are worth'nothingin the WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. eitltw of the Coiled State 10-29-96
markets unless conveyed to the
going out of this section faster markets and before the railroadswere
G. SPRINGER
and bringing more money into it built such conveyance was im M. D. L. DODSON. u.

quicker than they ever did before. possible. We wish for the sake of Clematis Avenue ,
some people that it could be figured t
Those that have money to invest out differently, but it can't-Orlando !

would do well to ponder ovtr these Reporter. Supply Store-:: Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper of "
facts. With all due respect toourcontem- Miami, Florida. 1

.... poraries and with a kindly feeling g. SSAM ::-West Palm Beach, Florida,

THE CASE OF THE DAUNTLESS came towards the railroads we would still COBB, J. D. MATHIS Proprietor.

up before the United States Commissioner remark that eleven years ago tomatoes 1ICE-I
BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT.
tSicmstr t.Bru.hI.IlAkCI'J sad Gncay c.)
in Key \\est on the 9th, were shipped from here by Motto Sales
and Small
Mf -Siulck Prods.
schooner to Jacksonville and netted HONe+h..eili and Haru *-repainDI:.
and, as no arms wire found on boardof AD Kinds of General BepalriDg.
the shipper over eight dollars a Bakery Goods and
her when :aptured, it could not Shop on Alley near the Railway. 7-1 G-tf

be proved that she was violating the crate, unwrapped- and -poorly- packed- _Family_nn__ Groceries_ _ _ TV i .i'11., 1 TTT L __ a

law so, consequently she and they brought better average BARBElt SHOP
was re .My
leased. prices before the railroad came than MAGNOLIA .... Specialty. viifuiM HiiiM

.** they ever have since and our only B. B. BROWN, Proprietor. Got-Is delivered free to any part ,
of them of the City or across the Lake.
way shipping in those days
I THE LOCAL OPTION no-fence law Fine V/orkbya First-class Border ill Orders Given Prompt Attention.
was by schooner to Jacksonville-
f/that finally the Goods First-ClabS and Fresh. Highest Ice Cleats Freezers ail
passed Legislature still the railroads Shop on Olive street two doors north Refrigerators|
we are glad are ,
of Tic Sun office l-25-tf. prices paid for country produce.
I will go into effect six months after here.
Bay of me and I 1I'11111&\"e you money. 4.2,97
its the Governor.
approval by This later Coolers.
SEMINOLE BARBER SHOP....
law will prohibit the ,
running at Two WEEKS from next Sunday will I .
JOHNSON S. GEAURIOEAU .
Prop" ,
large of all stork and defines the be the Fourth of July and, owing to .
first CIa. Tonsorial work. rV> |
term 'stock" as including horses, the day on which it falls, the follow Satisfaction Guaranteed
males, bulls, cows, steers, calves' ing Monday is the day on which we ;: HOTEL. BLOCK Proprietor y ,
west Palm Beach, FloridaIbr7:6.
goats and all meat cattle and swine. should celebrate,-but iw yeti we: have Palm Cocoa and West Palm Beach. | ,; l lI

.. heard of no move being made towards i
e .
i it ourselves Jan 17-tf
celebrating or of
I.\ THE EXHIBIT FROM WEST FLOBI-: Beach
going to visit some of our neighborsand

da, Nashville specimens, one farmer of things basseventyeight help them celebrate. The old Subscribe for The SR- ." ..:

settlers used to have a grand round Drug
grown on his twenty.five acre farm

and another one shows sixty kindsof up and basket picnic every Fourth DO NOT FORD rT......
until the town stepped in and took Store.DEALERS
.
wood from his farm. It is no use -- .
upon itself the prerogative of enter ,
saying we can do as well or better in
Russell & Co.
taining all the people on that day
The Palms
this part of the State for it is simply ji'9&J LV- ,
bnt if it is going to abdicate its position
a matter of show up or shut up in I
as entertainer of the people of
this case.
.*. the Lake Worth Section it might be Now Open for Winter Travel. DRUGGIvSTSI

i good idea for the old settlers to Drugs, Toilet Articles

THE FISH LAW passed by the Legislature again step to the front, if they still I i All Modem Improvements, Electric WE CARRY A FULL LINE OFDruggist

allows fishing in the Lake at have time, and get up one mort>good Bells, Baths, Etc.

all times with an ordinary cast net, old fashioned Fourth of July basket $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY. Fine Stationery and Sundries, Toilet rticU l

spear or hook and line, and for the picnic and general entertainment Address'...

months of November, December, like they need to have in the good Druggist Sundries. perfumes and latent < {edicin

January, February, March and old days when a railroad and a "THE PALMS \

April, it allows gill or drift nets to metropolis were undreamt of, ice water 1-I6-g6 West Palm Beach, Florida. A Fresh Line of Tenney's Candies. c:

be used but from the wording of the was a dim recollection and fire- Prescriptions Carefully Compounded

law.'seines cannot be need at any. works had to tae ordered at least six East Coast Business Solicited. Courteous Treatment and Prompt Service.

time. This law is now in effect. j weeks in advance. Try THE SUN for Job Work. WEST PALM BEACH, 6-10-06.. 2.11.97 Masonic Block, West Palm Seaer



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THE TROPICAL BUN, WEST PAtH SBACfl, fLOSIDA, THUBSDAf, JUNE IT, 1897. v4


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TIlE EFFECT ON FLORIDA petS may be safely trusted for1 adjustment DEALEU
M E. CRUBER 1.1St1dW ;j. / .
a. Fruit and vegetable IN... ltfe '., ),
of the have been for ,
State
Of the New Railroad Commission Bill and growers ,

Some Comment on it. many years complaining of what and Gfookepy

... they term extortionate rates on their

Here is something the; Jacksonville produce, and demanding lower !,t Glassware,Lamps and Lanterns. _-';' ,
'"
Metropolis has to about it freight without considering what it
say : All Kinds of Boat 'Co ds.
The passage of the Railroad Commission costs to equip and operate the rail Advertisers Stores,Tinware,Doors,Sash tnd Blini3 .
roads. The railroads the other d
Bill in this State has done on CM4LFe ri"W 4 All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting Coot .'{.

more harm than people imagine, for hand contend that they are running V Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stores.
it has checked further railroad at rates that barely meet their Harrison Bros.' Ready Mixed Faints
TiUhhop m connection with Store.
building, and everybody knows that expenses, leaving dividends entirelyout
Large Galvanized( Tanks a Specialty.
in the building of a railroad more of the question. '
Contracts taken in the for Tin Roofing,Guttering
anywhere County
Thus the that should
money is put in circulation and more good feelings E=, ; _" '- T Plumbing Ete. .6-J"j/b

laboring men are utilized than in exist between them are destroyed, Who Use the : ;
and both rush into extremes of I
any other enterprise. Here is what op- .. XSXS). . . . .
the Savannah News has to say ed- position. To bring the farming: and i

itorially this Railroad Commission transportation interests together and :j ,TICKETS ; U. D. HENDRIOKSON

bill: make their mutual dependence on .)) ,
each other a Source of profit to bothis .
The Railway Age which
some ...TO... .
time ago asserted that the railroad the work upon which these Com- General Merchandise.

commission law of Florida would missioners are entering. To promote Columns ofTROPICAL ; 'BALL POINTS,

have a bad effect upon railroad enterprises the best interests of one will be to '
'
in that State, declines tot give the greatest freedom to each '-AT, Wholesale Oils,
s Salk a I Groceries Paints t S (Mini}0
match prophecies with certain other consistent with the individual rightsof Gasolines, 76 and 86. ,

publications which have been predicting the other. [, Maynard's Ticket Agency, .

c that railway extension To remedy the unjust charges rot W. Bay SL, Cor.Hogan. ; Hats Caps Sloes Dry (Ms Seed Ms
would go on under the new law the made against the railroads by individuals 1.28-97 Jaek.oavtrli Florida. ,

same before. .The as well as the arbitrary dis- THE i
as Agft however, . . . Seiiii ladies Hardware
i' enumerates a list of railroad pro criminations of the roads against ,, s*

in certain localities will be of the
jects the State which were in a one
t-- fair way of being carried out when first and most desirable results of JOHN[ N. C. STOCKTON, President. Agent for Mape and William*A Clark'* TlfjT'tiliZ6rS

the new law was adopted, finds that the Commissioners' work. 'Live and RAYMOND D. KNIGHT, Vice.President.
the let live' should be their motto Anti-Friction Iron Marine RailwayFor
aggregate mileage of the projected THOS. P. DSNHAM, Cashier.
'"
lines was ryoomiles, and now which would bring the policy of the J AMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier. Boats 75 Feet in Length and Cnder.Steamers. .

predicts that, Hf the present law remains railroads and the producers and T

upon the statute books there shippers into such harmony as wiil

t is no wave of prosperity that can best develop the entire resources of "Lake Worth" and."Gladys"On
National Bank of
sweep over the country that will the State. Lake Worth.

make the State o!Florida boom hard The Commissioners receiving their
t Schooner "MART B." regularly between LlI.keWorth and Jacksonville.
of the Governor .
enough to persuade capital to build power by appointment .

one-fifth of that mileage in the next and not depending on either of the State of FloridaTRANSACTS Free Delivery Boat on Lake Worth.

five years.' Each hundred miles of the antagonistic elements for their r SUN n.1-98 Lake Worth, Florida. .

new railroad built means an expend- tenure of office, will be free from any I

iture of something like {3,000,000 other obligations that might other ;.

for labor and supplies, hence it can wise be claimed to exist in favor of '- A-- > ":t..

be seen what there is to Florida in- the roads or shippers. This for the :' "

volved in the matter.' time being, will remove a serious GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. T V. CASHEli :

It also rings the changes. in the fol- source of political friction but may ,

' lowing manner: not work so smoothly when the .
CLAIM
It is said that H. 1L' Flagler will time comes that they are to be .
Accounts of Bankers '.Manufacturer of and Dealer in
build a great hotel at Nassau, and elected by the popular vote. ,

the Jacksonville Metropolis asks if . Merchants, Manufacturersand

t he has transferred his interest from Bather Let the New Woman Go. .
Individuals solicited...
il 1 Florida to Nassau, and adds very When all has been said and done YELLOW PINE LUMBER

pertinently: 'If any person has when the new woman baa become an

cause to lose interest in a State it is established personage among us, and It Is The Capital and Surplus $$190,000
the railroad and hotel" millionairesof baa advanced in veers as! well as in wisdom .. ,
and honor there will still be one
of Florida, as they have been
pur- find Timber.
thing for the world to regret and sigh
.
ri sued and denounced and handicapped -we shall have no more fat old ladies Issue our own drafts to all the princi. .

in every way possible by a bless 'em pal cities in Great Britain Holland, .

s certain clement of the citizenship For of course the new woman, trained Belgium, France Switzerland Italy Hoaldlagl( ( ,Tuud Work Fu&i Scroll Work Pickets, Lite Orange and Vegetable Crates

of the State to a most shameful degree from her youth in the most approvedand Spain, Portugal and Germany.

::) simply because they seek to effective methods .of physical culture BEST Jacksonville Florida. 128.97The
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JacksonvilleFlorida
with all her superior knowledge .
J. control and manage their own prop. .ftF ,
of how to control bodily conditions, to 5-The?
1 erty here that has cost them mil
) put off flesh and take it on at will will
lions of dollars.'
sever, even in her old age, commit the
l And quotes the following; error of growing stout So that when The Peacock Inn

1 The Charleston News and Courier the present generation of old ladies our Southern Fuel and Supply Company

Q: says:' This is true, every wordy mistaken eome might say misshapen -LOCATED ONBISesAYNC-
AdvertisingMEDIUM
of it, and the treatment that the aunts and grandmothers, are laid to ,

;3 millionaire investors in Florida enterprises rest there will be nobody left to fill : BAY Wholesale And Retail Dealers In-;
their wide armchairs the fireside the
1 have received is the kind by (

u of treatment such men have received Hew grandmothers will probably be in : Five miles south of Miami. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Oem

I in nearly all the Southern- the gymnasium), and the world will The oldest and largest Ho- ,
know a want which no' superiority of
f. States in recent years. And yet we the new woman can satisfy. This IOfswill tel on the Bay. Direct ent Shingles and Laths.,
Railroad and Steamer ,
i sit down and wonder"why all the not be felt all at once; it will steal con

# young men go West instead of coming gradually upon us as a shadow steals nection with.
Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick.
"' Paving
c South. We have oo idea however over the lawn and there may even ben F ALM BEACH .

'it that Mr Flagler intends to some in those progressive days'so'
I abandon his Florida possessions He and long and slim in mind" as not to and daily Steamer. and
recognize it as a loss at all. But thpersons ese Launch connection. with
probably intends that his hotel at f
will be the ones who never knew Office 408 West Street
t Nassau shall be a part of his great "tl--oL. InL InI. Bay ,

system of hotels. The only thing Of '
Any .
Diipoial of the Dead.
1 that he needs to complete the systemis In the practical application of his Rates $2.00 pep day and opmard. 1-28-07 __ -Jacksonville, flo ida.

a big hotel at Charleston, and we theories Moleschott animadverted on the .

know that he would be warmly welcomed prevailing customs of burying the dead CHAS PEACOCK&SON Proff'sCOCOANDTGEOVE.FLA : -- -- -

in this city. in permanent cemeteries, where their

And here i is more of the same sort from bodies decay with no advantage and Florida East Coast Ry.

another source: often with serious injury to the Jiving. 2-I3-tf.

The creation of a Railroad Com "If every place of burial he says WEEKLY PAPER
"after Tim Table No. Oorrrctod to Jane 8, 1331.:
been used shouldbe
having a year,
mission in Florida
was
superfluous,
exchanged for a new one, it would I 4
and no matter how hard this Com CEO.S.HACKER & SON SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down :NORTH BOUND (Read V'p..
become in the course of six or ten yearsa
mission may exert itself fcr the subservience fertile KnVV> KOSj'NOj' fcTATIOXb.LT. ;f.ae_.111. 'No3'i
meet field which would do -......I v-s.-.... 'I>I......l .......JacksonvilleAr. .Ar.Lv.. dS -.... dim\-..-...- -....-..
of the people we believe more honor to the dead than mounds and i .....,030a _.... Slap ...... .......M. Augustine....... 52p.......| 7wu!......I.... ..
that it will prove an expensive lux mono ents." But he adds, it wouldbe ...... lU3oa ...... ..... ...... Lv......St. AulTIitino.Ar. 1i'P ......1. ..... ...... ......
t ......UOIIaI...... ...... ...... ..........Hu-tiugs.. ......... 44Jp43J .. .... ..... ..... ....
ury and the same element in the till better if we could return to the In The ...... 112MBUSUa! ...... ...... .... ... ....Eo Palatka....... ;) ...... ...... ._... .....
State that ancient custom of burning the dead, ...... ...... ...... ...... Ar...........Palatka.lit. ...........L 4. ...... ...... ....;. ......
west into ecstacies to ...... 11 Una14op .. ...... ...... ..........Paaika..Ar.: 4550. ...... .......
have it established, simply to gratify which he declares to be unquestionablymore ...... ...... ...... ......,Ar.sanM.lteo..Lv.' Slip\ ...... ...... ..... .....
practical as well as more poeticalBy ...... 806kLJ53p ...... ...... ...... Ly..San :IIatl'O..Ar. 5 sap ...... ..... ...... ......
s the soleen of a few blatant pol- t ...... / ,...._ ...... ...... LT......-..Ormond..........A 2 5..
this process the air would be made ...... 1115\1...... ...... ...... II ... ..Daytona.......... II 24. ............
l iticians against railroads will be as richer in carbonic acid and ammonia, ...... Ittp.. ...... ...... II .......Port Orange.: .. .. 2 Sty ...... ...... ...... ......
to have it abolished ...... 14.p ...... ...... ...... II .......New Smyrna....... II 210iUp' ...... .......
eager by the and the ashes which contain the ele On ...... 213p .., .. ...... ..... II ....; .. Oak Hill ...... II I ....... ...:.. ...... ......
time the next Legislature convenes. ments of new crops of cereals for the ...... Z52a323p ...... ...... ..... .....?....TJtUJ ...... ...... ..... ...... II ......City Point....... II 12:2Ur ...... ....... ...... ......
, Tampa Tribune. nurture of man and beast, would transform TATE Of Fill ...... S alp ...... ..... .._... II ..?........ Gnroa _......... II ..._........ ...... ......
This, however, doesn't to fit in our barren heaths into luxuriant ...... 8 Sop....... ...... ...... .. ......... .Rockli-dse......... II liWp ...... ..... ... .... .
seem ...... <(Ufip ...... ...... ." .........EaaG.illie........ ll&a .. ....,...... ....... ......
very closely with the preceeding comments plains. At present, he adds, we are acting MANUFACTURER OF ...... 40 p415o ..... ...II ........- .S.rDO.. ......... 113a: ..... ..... ...... .......
like the stupid and slothful servant ...... ..... .... ...... II ........! ...... II ii : .....1.1 ..... ...... .. .
: Doors ...... 45.p. ... .... .... .. ..........telbourue....... 24a....... ..... .... .-
R. L. Bennett is in the this who buried his one talent: in the earth ...... 45I1p... ..... .... .........&'\r.l. li3O"......... .10 ; ..1.( ..... ......jXo-IU
city instead of wisely investing it so as to Sash ...... 55Up60p ........ .5....1.. .........St. Lreie.......... : .....1...... ......,
week, and reports work under way another. ...... ...... ..... i a1 ....... Fort PIerce........ .. 0-1.:1 1 ;. ......;...... ..... 5 l p
gain -Popular Science Month ...... 855p..... ...'.. ; ..........-EdenJeDen............ 9u:Ji .....:...... ...''..I 3';'
on the new railroad from Apalachicola ly. Blinds, ...... 640p648p .... .. ..... 63a'I": .......... ......... .9571,...... ...... ....i 83?
...... ...... ..._ 6 41 la ......._...Stuart......... Otto i..3.. .. ,.1,rk
to Carrabelle. He says the . . . i Mouldings ...... 7 flip ...... .....,7I1a II .........Alicia .h_...... II B' ..... ..... ......t.! :! p
grading gang is within about four George Cable' Ad. ...... r 21p ...... ...., ..| II ........HobeSo\1od...... II 1I1.a ..... :..... ......' i 3y
When Bill Nye paid his last visit to -AJrDBuilding ...... 7B4p! .. .... .,,_.. 8&ia .......West Jupiter...... 8( miles of Carrabelle new, and that ...... 8tt. > ............. lOitol: II ..........Riviera.......... :: ".."..j_... ......
San Francisco, some Bohemian friendsof Material ...... a lOp ...... ......IIOOaAr..WestPalmBeach..Lv. ... .... .....10.:114:
the number of hands will be in- his took him on a bay excursion. ...... 84dP .... ..... : .... ..Linton.......... Hlal.. ,..... ..... ...... 94aTla
creased in a short time. When CHARLESTON S. C. .... ...... ..... II ....Fort Landerdale.... 5533 ..... .... .......
.12:5P' .1..
They waited an hour or two for Bill to ...... 935p.,......,.. ... ...... 15 ext..... ............11-
asked what the company would do spring one of his quiet jokes but he te- LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH. ...... .... ...... 4aJp.Ar.. .....Lemon ami..Lv.l 5't!:& .... ...... ..... Ii 1.-

with the Gainesville road, he replied mained as grave as any sexton until the .
Advertising A. B W. BRANCH. Trans 32.35.77 and 79, bftween Jacksonvil'e -
s.Send for Prices.Spanish
: 'Build it. Continuing, he tug passed Angel island. There on the No. i. 'TATIOVA. Vo..INa. I aaJ Sr. An u.itiacdaily.
Nu..S. Tram :5H. between Miami and FortS
said: 'Contiactors are expected beach was an immense signboard, bearing 2 Lip 10 Olla Lv.s..w-: Smyrna....Ar. I 15p: 25pPifrce|' dais:. ,except Saii'lay.453p .
. here about the one word "Cable" in large 8 bop 11 & Lv..LakeHe'en..Lv.12 Sip Tram inl, between Frt Pierce and
the first of July to inspect staring letters."It's 8 Up 1152a Lv..Orange City..Lv.12199, 3 asp: Miami daily,except Monday.S .
the road and submit bids to iJed ( and kip II \r..OrangeClt.Lv..\U PI 3 25p Trains M and 78 south of St. Angrs-
strange, said Mr. Nye, flipping tine daily.trept Sunday.
do the work. -Tallahassee Tallahasscean. thumb toward the "how
a sign Rate SheetWill
Fancy-- .
Th Steamer"B1SCAYNE"
some of those American authors will insist -

And Milton J. Bryan, one of the Railroad on advertising themselves."

Comissioners, says that he does Just two men saw it But they all ..PineappleSlips .

not think the railroads have anythingto .-San Francisco Examiner.
Is appointed to Perform Service as follows:
and Suckers
fear from the Commission, as he feels
sure it will deal fairly and with equal A Psychological Cue. be Sent on Ap. For Axle,of the Following Varieties Tiz- Leave MIAMI 10.3)p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays connecting w .b Train 35.
The email bad been to
Justice between the people and the rail boy requested Abbaka, Porto Rico, Leave KEY WEST 5 SO a. m. Tuesdays and Fridays
do errands but insisted that he
roads. The following from the Palatka some Smooth Cayenne Connecting at Miami with Train 73, followin; morning.J. .
As the
was feeling badly. family pbysician
Advertiser sounds sensible and about happened to call he felt the boy's Egyptian Queen, .P.BECKWITH. J.D. RAHSER.

sums up the whole business: pulse and looked at his tongue and said : Ripley Queen, Golden Queen Traffic Man&gur. St. Augustine, Fla. Ai t Uea. Pashoager AgunC.
plication.
The Railroad Commission appointed "Yon had better make a good, strongmustard Whith Antigne.

by Governor Bloxham is composed plallt r." Pernambueo,
The boy looked depressed and left the
of men who will 110 doubt Enville
room. Early delivery can be made. part of tbe Budded Trees
give satisfaction to the managers. as "When shall I apply the plaster trait last month.from this Apply Plantation to having been picked 15,000
well as to the patrons of the roads asked the mother.

They are men in whose hands the "Don't apply it at all He'll gt'twe11 C.C. MATTHAMS, Also fancy Mangoes Croton and everything in the Nursery line.

difference of opinion existing be- before that stage of the treatment is i i Florida Plaeapple Cow, West 'Palm Beach Florida.iew
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reached. Star. John B. Beach ,
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:- Summers-. IS* IB Grist CIttM.- A. B. Camp !
Florida e
Oar ,
E Cooking utensils in agate'were-best THEY SAT- ... And M to the tendency of the growth :

OCbt OCt Itil l{ cnu4 in the market-at Weybrecht's the Pio That the height of some'young men's j broad land there is BO of neat cities to enervate nations, then 3

pl neer Hardware Store. ambition is to ring a belle. In all this where the summer can II DO proof of it at all unless we idan- (Mgr Ladder & Bates So. Has_].: ->=
, comer or section the life of great eitiea with thMarion
He(tremblingly-hare one last wi-wish to That there is no pleasure *o sweet as and healthful- tify and Jacksonville Fieri ; _
.. ask yw before a e pan in an-anger forever. be spent more enjoyably for idtenel sand pleasure ,

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. Sbe HeW(sobbingiy J-wiUyon) me-meet Wharwhat me U next it.George Th-Thnrs- I that of- having a pure heart in a clean lythan in Florida. In this State alone we tell indulgence which sometimes but.

i I- day night a*usual? body. have no sunstrokes; we are in no danger by DO means universally, accompanies

! She-I will.George.-London Tit-Bits. That the older the girl and the younger of infectious 01 contagious diseases,< and their growth. When yon get a large proletariat PIANOS .

GUY I. METCALF, Are your eyes weak affected? Don't her bean, the more he gets bossed. malaa in its malignant type is almost living a* that of ancient Borne

EDITOR AND MANAGER. neglect them' but have Frank Idner, That a kin with a dimple learns to unknown. and possibly/ NineYeh and Babylon
the optical expert, test and fit them with ; did on the alms of the rich and powerful ORGAN
what they need. work it very early in life. How is it, theu,.that Florida spends other then no doubt, you have the conditions -

YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION, $2 That sixty-seven people die every half a million every summer in of thoronghJy.wmatnral and
Butcher need a boy about your use, and. a
will live you IJ shilling a week. minute but not always the ones who States$? Why is it absolutely necessary unhealthy life, and no one can wonderat
AJ'plicaDt-Wili: I have a chance.to rise? wife and children of Best Makes Lowest PrI
that the of such cities and ,
now
ButcherY I want yon to be here at 4 in ought to.That just the rapid decay -
the Tit-BiU. and dollars in the in them. But Easiest Terms. ,
morning.- sometimes a wise owl will hootat should spend time the nations fhich gloried

mountains or on the sea cost in another where the honest working class far outnumbers :,
WANTED fr.r :
TO CONTRACT SOO or 1,000 a foolish time. :
cords 4.ft wood, both lightwood and State? They need the relaxation from the proletariat where the middle Sheet Music, Music Books an4" .

.split green pine, price $I.OO and Ji 50 That many a bicycle tire is nothing, home duties and school, it Is true but if classes of distributors and zaanufactnrers Instruments of All Kinds at' -;

per cord, f. o. b. cars within 40 miles of but a hollow fraud. the time and money are spent in Floridait and professional men ara laborious .Bottom Prices... ---
: West Palm Beach. Address-Lake and energetic; and even the class
bar four times of
as
That England many volume
AMONG OUR CHUBCHES i Worth Ice Works West Palm Beach, will react upon the general that lives on its accumulated wealth Writ fur Free C&talelae.Whidden's $

Hi i Florida. tf. millionaires as France; business, and each will get back a partof contains a considerable sprinkling of

Time and Place of Services, Special 'Waiter, it is almost half an hour since I ordered That America has more millionaires his own.Nowhere. serious and disinterested workers, we

Notices, Week-Day and Sun that turtle_p." than England and France together. can the family of the city do not believe that there is the smallest '
,but know now slow
sir
aiter-SoITJ"
day Meetings. turtles are.-Tit-Bits. you That McKinley helped the agricult- business man spend a month or two evidence of any greater danger in thelife Marks

advantageously than at many of the city than in the life of the
.
Store urists by sending Hay to England. more
The Clematis Avenue Supply ,
Landcan agricultural village or the pastoral
Episcopal Service J. D. Mathis proprietor is now doing a That sometimes a woman has poetryin points along the Florida coast Indeed should regard Olive Prepared to Supply
tribe. we
and business which for a and a cheap .
,big bakery grocery be bought song
her eyes, roses in her cheeks and gchreinez's picture of the life of the -
EPISCOPAL t CBracu-Bdh-by-thbSei shows that good goods, fair treatment house that will answer every purpose of you with' '
music in her voice; modern Boers as indicating a conditionof
and reasonable
REV.J.X. MCIFOED, Rector. prices are appreciatedty comfort and health can be erected for
KEV.I, FITZ-JAXES HI iRYss't MinUter. i our citizens. That all of these don't count with most in another things more prolific cf morbid elements Good Meats at tiring Prtc z
Will be the cost of a month's outing with its almost complete absence .
the ,
open during Summer. Service in the bank.
i unless she has
De("ar rly-Y SI De Sniff says I am the first men money take adjoining -
friends
every Sunday morning at n o'clock. A launch : man that ever kissed her. State. Parties or can. of aD11tin'ing or active! intelligence
will run regularly in connection, hating West Van I love-Is she as homely as all that*- That the pen is mightier than the lots at some point easily accessible than any kind of modem life risltorR,

.Palm Beach city dock at JO:30Fare for the 'I Town Topics sword, but the dollar is stiU'almighty.. from our railroads, as they now exist that fa honestly laborious at alL The Tai

round trip, 10 cents.BIomasooD A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, the That if your suspenders begin slipping and immediately there is ,a neigh- Boer life is too sleepy, too destitute of 1)ouZt1'i

leading music dealer of Florida has o5! your shoulders it is a sign jon ate borhood where each is known, and a stirring thought or effort to be altogether 0'
op ST. A. -
I> -Meets on stock sheet
purchased the entire of natural. It needs at least the old Rnd eggs
the Second and Fourth getting old. be made without dangerto _
Wednesday of ash music, musical publications, small musical real home can element of danger and necessary vigilance :"

nontn.W.r.AAXSTKOXG,jt.L F.Secretary.HIXDRY.Director. Cradley instruments Musical ,Co.etc., and, of the now Freyer has the& That, the the better community.the roads, the mOle then anybody.stimulate Supplies our home purchased business.would Vehicles to render it even bracing.. -Lon Native Meats a specialty;]

only complete stock of musical goods in prosperous don Spectator
taken from
be
could
t&. E. Chui-sh the State. That the size of the load depends upon -. and teams Your Patronage Solicited, -
South.
road it is be hauled home and a trial will convince anybodythat Grvwtag the Bennvd IJIy,
the kind of to _. ... -
Sen-fee every fort and Third Sundays of following One of our marriage Texas:exchanges At Flintstane.announces by Rev.the over. this mode ot summering is most '"Tb- -Bermuda- lily should be plantedIn Market. on Banyan Street; :

caeh month,at 11 p. m. Sunday Srbnol at inMstone, Mr. Nehemia betstone and Miss healthful and safe. deep pots," writes Eben E. Bexford '
plo a. m.every Sunday In tte rthlfc School look Wilhcnuna out for Sandstone Brimstone both o!Limestone Now That it is not so ranch the length of Do we leave Florida for healing in The Ladies' Home Journal "Put in 11-12 WEST PALM BRA

Building. Everybody cordially Invited. the road as its depth that counts. a shallow layer of soil over the drain-
have them within our
Rev W.A. LOVPEB, P.. springs? We
tor.F. A BIG OFFER will sell ten five. the bulbs of
material
That is wealth-for age when yon pot
economy your borders. Look into our home attractions -
acre lots of Pineapple and Orange Land
this the bulb
this plant and on place
for lot better in grandchildren.That and let the wait till the ,
$ Dade Co.
& A. |S. 75 per none Strangers which should be covered lightly. Leave -
and will give each purchaser a beautiful America leads the world for and the Stateis
orange trees grow again it like this until stalk starts. Then Subscribe for The SuIiLIVERJI
Regular communications of Harmona building site free gratis, fronting on
speed in locomotives, yachts,horses and herself once more. Do not complainof fill in, aa this stalk reachea until the
Lodge,Xo.188,West Palm Beach, Fla., will the Loxahatchee River, one mile from op.
beheld at 7AO.p. m. on the Second and West Jupiter. This is no fake, but a genuine bikes. the freeze when we waste more than pot is full of compost I would not advise

Fourth Wednesday of each month. Visiting bona fide offer, good for 30 days That in several half-civilized South the frost did; do not plead poverty and the use of any fertiliser after bring

brethren are cordially Invited attend.. only. W. H, BEMIS. American republics voters must be ableto continue to spend like millionaires.Ask ing a plant to the light if the compostin

J.F. LAMOXD, w. M. FRANKLIN SHEEN, Agent, the wife to the new plan for which it was planted contained an
read and write try
S. E.Cowua,Sec'jr. 7-S-96 6-17-31 West Palm Beach, Florida. ; ordinary amount of nutriment Development
will like it. Let her
and she
camp
... That in most of the United States once is quite likely to be sufficiently
she will be
and
with her friends
Evening Star hedge HO."46, even those not half-civilized can vote. out rapid in ordinary rich soil, and the application DEALER IN _
Additional Items. better rested than if she spent the sum
of stimulant will hasten
G Knighu of Pythias. ... That there are about 120,000 hairs on a BO
: mer in hot hotels where it is en regal to it that the plant will be forced beyond
:r' MetGeeryPridayAlghtstTyoPmstandardtime. The Vesuvius was off the pier Monday. the head of a man-bald headei and dress four times a day and appear in healthy limits. Watch the plants whenin [
Visiting bathers cordially vite J. married excepted.,
men
<
Castle Hall over Public School Building. Mrs. Frank is back from her New the ballroom when she, is tired and. the cellar and give. little water now Fml I Grocer ri! J
z GUY L METCAI.F C York trip. That the cleaner your skin, the better would prefer to watch the "kids." and then if needed. Aim to keep the J

W*.F.AWSTBOSG,Ja,K. of R.& S. 2-4-97 i your digestion. Not that we love other State less, but oil moist-never wet. When you bring
Dr. Walter S. Graham was'in town madder and them up do not place them at.once in avery ,
That makes wealth
nothing a man Florida more. For, all the 0
.
yesterday.Fred warm room. A room adjoining one "
than to make a tool of himself after having prosperity that can come to the summer AND
pUre AflD FACTS. in which there is a fire is better for
S. Morse, Miami, was in town his own way about it. resorts of Georgia the Carolinas, Virginia them ifit is frostproof, than one in

:,.:. Witty Sayings Interspersed With. yesterday. That most of the children in this city or New York, we are truly'glad which the heat likely to run up to a

Business Bargains. The colored folks will have a big time are not paid for being Iood-they are but let us have summer resorts of our high figure When they come into Staple Provisions !

r Dr. J. A. just good for nothing. bloom, be Bore to keep them as cool as
Pugh, Dentist; will leave here on the second of July.
August 1St, to be gone three months. That last year there were 122 legal' own.Along the coast we can find bathingin possible if you want the flowers to last"

's'' Very Great best reduction work on all work until then.. S. B. Saunders will succeed G. G. Cur. executions and 131 lynchicgs in the its perfection, we can'tramp throughthe A
neat and clean '
-Call at once. 6-3-1 operations tie in the management of Robbins & United States; woods till we regain the strength- ---ON

and the tan-of our pioneer ancestors First Class
Graham's business in this city. nine Bakeri -
in
That makes of
that
a majority
S0 *""-JHiy ta a dude's head like a watch? and find no cards marked "private prop LUMBER
Hubson-Cure it ap! favor of lynch law. c
behind od.s Washington Post
ed as agent of. the--- Standard_ m___.. Oil__ On_. of__ That poor roads mean dull times, but to make us feel we are razzed Coxeys._

Musical Instruments and Strings at this city u---, vice Jos. Elliott resigned. good roads mean business all the time. Would we fish? All we-need is a line. SHINGLES,

Liner & Son's, the Pioneer Jewelers. That the poorest man in the countryhas Would we shoot or ride? The woodsare FAMILY TRADE .

Stern Father-Younj man the lights are put Tnere are to be twelve summer schoolsfor more outdoors to enjoy himself in free. Do the lovers want retired -- LATH ETC.We .
out at lo o'clock in thu house ,
Fresh Suitor-Couldn't make an teachers to be opened this summe: than the richest man in the city. nooks? Nature furnishes them, and the J- My SPECIALTY

i &tion..to-night York Journal.and put them out a little carlier.e. except .- beginning July 5th, and continuing for That they run'young herring through moon is softer than gis. can make you Lowest Prices, S ,-'

two months. State F. 0. B. station . .
Superintendea Maine canneries and turn them out as Build up some Florida resorts. If your

t. Summer Suits and Pants at half price Sheats wrote to know if one was desired first-class sardines the visitors like them sell out at a profit Write us for anything you aeed in
y' ;
at Sirkin's, Seminole Block. here and W. L. Widmeyer of the funds. We i Store and ST]
'- That a good native hen; g is better and start another with your Building Material. BANYAN
: "So yon want to marry Fred do you? School Board and in its behalf wrote have 1,200 miles of coast on which very Bakery on
"YKpaoa."rq>>liedthe daughta than a poor foreign sardine.
with her
Uo arm about his neck. asking that one be located here. As few spots are bad for the purpose. We Builders Supply Co.,
And go awa F and leave me alone That some women are like an April
some fotty or fifty teachers will probably have and forests of pines
If "Why.no. papa:I know Fred will oe willing and many springs; St. Augustine, Florida.Lainhart.
smiles
Fi'r" to leave mamma with yon.-0ddand Ends. attend, it would be well for our citizens day-all tears. where health calls uS, and we can make -

No need to send away from home for to offer special i inducements to get That when you lose your temper the pleasure ourselves. Try it, and do not & Potter, Tourists' M

: boats when them here where be best thing can do is to let it stay
any Capt A. T. Rose can they can adding to you go away.-Jacksonville Cil Zt1J. 1-28-97 West Palm Beach,Fla.
", build you one as fine or as cheap as you their health and be enjoying themselves lost. -" To the above we add that the Lake Supplies.PATR ]

want, See him, and place your order. while adding to their stock of know- That some folks take'a lot of comfort Worth region can furnish any numberof

I. How', your arm?' asked Tommy of the ledge. Let us be ready to give the teachers .in taking mediCine. places for neighborhood settlementsand $ubseri'be for M Sena
young man who ea.... at the house.
""lf.all right Why? a cordial welcome, and at the same That there are no high kickers in this city can furnish accommoda- I YOUR NAGE SOLICITED,!

peeled"taiisel Heard mother tell sister that she time impress upon Supt. Sheats' mind town but hard tions for all the individuals or families
into the i arlor the other night and saw some very ones. J. W. ERICKSON ..
your arm out of place."-Detroit Free Press. the desirability of his locating at leas who wish a good place for a few days .
That the education does nol
higher 0 DElLIK M 0
Instructions given'in photography in, one of his schools in this'city.Some include high kicking. relaxation and recreation while the Atlantic I SEWING MACHINES.

all its branches at Hand's Studio. S.-- Lake Worth and the FreshWater -ADAMS'-
That if once get off base Repairing done and (inraateed. Machinesto
you your yon
Mr. Medicinal Fruits. Lakes are as free for fishing, Rent or Sold on Installments.
FranktownMiBloomfield Is as pretty to take trmble. Needles and Attachment oa Hand.
Always
a
are
as the day is long. Don't }oar think so? apt boating and bathing as they are in the Store South Side of Uematis Avenue, Firtt City 1VIatrket.

apt Mr at Homewood evening gatherings have nver-J-itUbur seen her Chroni e.- The & Americas says the pulpof That when a woman hates a man she winter, less crowded and more enjoyable Door West ol Railroad Way. .-14f.

tie Td grapb. grapes is nutritious and that the will do anything to get revenge-even while our merchants and our hotels and

When in Jacksonville, stop at the juice contains sugar, tannic acid, bitar. marry-him. boarding houses furnish you nearly all IfyoneatMERT"...

Acme Hotel. Rooms, So, 75 and '1.00 trate of potassium, tartrate of.calcium, Tbat the empress of Japan writes poetry the luxuries of the season at reasonoble The Tropical Sun you want good meat, and thatis

per city.day.Good Best dining Furnished rooms in hotel connection.in the common salt and sulphate of potassium. ; prices. Try this section as a summer the kind always on hand-

R. L. CHADWICK. 4-i-tf. Withoutdoubt, woman who cultivatethe That several of the sovereign peopleof resort and you will never regret it Native. and Western,

habit of eating a great deal ol fruit this country are addicted the same -. -- Job DepartmentPrints
"But didn't you take me for better or for Fresh and Smoked,
worsen!' are the gainers of health and appearanceThe habit
; Watch Repairing at Anthony Bros. 4-8
"rH.Iut things: liave come to a point where pomelo is highly pnzed by those Salt and Pickled!
I'm going to UbUt on some of the bctt ."- That it is a habit never outgrown and Letter Heads
.. Detroit News who live in malarial localities. It is a and none but the best.
seldom cured. Note Heads

For watch and jewelry repairing, pat- charming rival to quinine and boneset, That the expert fisherman generally UNION DEPARTMENT.BUSINESS : StatementsBusiness A Clean Market and Polite Attention.

ronize the old reliable firm of Idner & and is driving them from the field. catch the fewest fish. Cards Mail orders Promptly Fined.

Son, Jewelers.Mrs. She who eats her pomelo with a spoon
That Dimethylamidopheinldimethylpyrazolon DIRECTORY."SPOT Bill Heads The Old Stand-On Clematis Ave. '
Benham-Don't think from tie natural cup or relishes it sereed
you my bathing And all kinds of Fine Stationery
dress is a poem as a dessert may gladden her heart is a new and sure remedy for I .. West Palm Beach.
BeDham-It', not a very long poem-Town CASH STOIU Deals in General Met
Topic with the reflection that she is not only fever; I chandise. Good Goods, Low Prices. M. J. Are Yon Supplied? "=;, 1 4-8tf GEO. S. ADAMS, M'gr.j

pleasing her palate, but benefitting her :I That if you try to prouonnce its name Gale, Proprietor. C. W.McCord Manager.

Boat budding done right at home, in health. Like and 'lemons the you will be sure to need the remedy. -
the most approved manner, good workmanship oranges TIMBER J.ATHAID SHINGLES-At lock
and at 'living prices. Call on pomelo has great niaJicm
Capt. A. T. Rose."I you are of a bilious temperament, eat where you are not looking for it. .
F.W.CHArMAN-DealsinDryGoodaNotions.
saw George this morning and he seemed I the pomelo fruit ; if fever threatens, eat That, though Easter lilies fade and Stationery,Cigars and Tobacco. Agent for

awful put out about w>n-eth>nii"' the pomelo, but in this last case do so die, the cross and crown remain. <. The New York Clothing Store. '
"he wan. Vai.a met him in the ball last .
'. nUht.-Xew: York World. only on advice of a physician, as there l : :
Real Btate
I In
Summer rates for babies, $3.00 per doz. may be certain tendencies which the an n nnn

en at Hand's Studio pomelo would only aggravate. The U. S. WEATHER BUREAU, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. J

complaint is often made that this fruit is
Dad. Burt Brawn said looted like"......* % JUPITER FXA., June 14, 1897.
"What did yon say?" extremely bitter and unpleasant It is Weather Report for the week ending June 13, 1897. Barometer correctedfor
"I knocked him down "Harpers Bazar. palm Beael -
only the white inner' rind which is so, temperature and elevation. 8 A.M. and 8 P.M.observations. 75th meridian Florida.

Come to Whidden's Popular Market and this should be carefully removed. time. Comparative temperature for the years 1895, 18g6 and 1897. :

for your fat frying size chickens. P.
o. Hotel:
I :; > = TEDP_ R$. Building, north of Poinciana
> T y '
Friend-The murder trial just over? Was the Cutting Legal Rates. I DIRECTION UD I
1891. l '
a I 1I6. I lK95. -
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jury swayed by your appeal E:: VELOCITY e d; Z -
=' M STars or
Western lawyer-So: my client was. lie I I
swaying yet. I beli r .-:New \ort Journal.Ladies' :0. ::3: Or w 15 D. IIJ B :" ? Y i: ; x '.I '" yC I I'"
We observe that of ", '"
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some our contemporaries > ,
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T : : = ::' ;ii; ; = ;a; PROSPECTORS.INQUIRERS
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Shoes latest styles and colors are engaged in skinning members '1x .2 c C WEATKER'I- .. L. > ? ;:;
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I t'J i4a.m I 8p. m oiC- .= .a. .:.c. (la I.
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at reduced prices at Sirkin's Bazaar.He of the Legislature who supported a ? :c. ::; t' .....
h AND .
(sympathizing with his bride, who has bill to cut the'legal price of public printing 1130 04W, ._H'E, .1"1"E.I-I1! dill'arilaCloudy li9i9i8MIi4sll$3li5i91n4IbInO, ; r
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just been stung)-How intdigent was that bee, in half. We much fear that some of ...__ 6.5E..JIIISE..I6/ .0"ICll'tudy. .180i791M4178I81 IW7-1791fo13177 801M 77180 81 -
my I.ondonJudy.dear, to know that we're on our honeymoon the brethren are doing that same thing.- 4!110.0-4 ,'E: _HIS_IIIISE_ :.tIt TI'artly! Goody M11MOI8il7>+Is1182 751i8\86177\ 82 ]
r. 5129.9915.--091s.._ OMS.-22$ T nuudy._ $ 7M )' 141791$4 7: 00
Tampa Herald. 613111HljW _"Ijlioas, \\_16$ .--I3Il10Ud1- $4174 74179 84171178
Budded Orange Treei. 03iS..O41S' _1OINE.. .45iCioudy M1g77 $3I74I$0$4' { 75:801'16: 71foIO Will find THE TROPICAL SUN
You are right, and some of them are 7130 OII'L .011+..-Otl"' E _201( 1.61ICloudy\ __ \ \ HIISO! \85 751Ji10
500 choice budded orange and other members of the State Press Association .930 02.E _(>>IS_ .04iSE.19, .-I"jCloody _._..... 71t 76I82I71I768{ $ 73 $0 117-178 loaded to the muzzle every week with
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