The Tropical sun
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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: April 14, 1898
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00247
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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PERSONAL PICKINGS. I cause'of his defalcations has not been HERE AND THERE : I, :;CORRESPONDENCE.: ; l ately: attracted\ several hundred banana -: TOWN-TOPICS; '

,-r. .. stated.-' .. ; I. 4 plants from here,they were all well rook ,', .
>People as TheyrCome and Qo -People 1 'M' ss.Ellen; i Potter returned last,night Scraps of News About This and That Interesting Items Gathered\ by? Our ed, .,too. The owners. are dissatisfied." Local Happenings! From ties.Neist,

You May Not Know. and the ; ( Book and From Other Sonroau,
May or rotn'a two days visit to Cocoa, on Indian Different Things.. : a : Scribes Throughout County. ,
.__ i S. S.Linton. spent Sunday Hypoluxq
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JteMcFarlane, of, Lake Worth, was The next County.jCommissioners'. i jL'BOYNTON BREEZES.. ,;', viewing the.tomato plantations..: ,Rent,wheels.at.Bi i ycl a,Hospital,; ,./: t _

"attending to a.little business in town "B. ADawkins s sold out his entire meeting will f be held at- Juno, May 9thv .: ...... ', ,. ,
; Poinciana:Studio, closes: Both
., ... Mrs. I. B.Taylor,and daughter, Miss April
Monday, ._ interest in the bicycle hospital to Geo.S. "" "' ... "" U'- .'RlS. Merrill antifamily Sun afe at .
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1 Rachel, went to West Palm Beach last Special rates, ,to haute:
Adams who will continue the busi- The last race of the season for the Pelcan2 Crntbri. '

MWI'sbtfr:r Hen'driWou and Geo G. Jenteg ness at the sa ;e old stand.- Ful.wardWhitehnrst Island VachtY ClubTcame offf" >lastFndaYiJ ; }'tt:; -' ;' .' Thursday., -_ : "- : The foundations'are being put' n fcr

to IIUyeretarued from. theii'trip', to in J =J' 7- .t+ *. *- ,Messrs.. Tree and, King.were._ at.West ,
*tits > will be charge. Anyone j _,_- ( ( cVh* f *-'- !- > I --- -'< School :closed Friday.' Profi;. Berk the R. G. Lee&Co's. store, coreer of

RTerglades. wishing to buy or rent a wheel or have Vegetables are being shipped ,North Palm""" i,oa business.: Saturday' .,. gave the children; a .fctereopticaa,entertainment Banyan and,Olive stree'a, : .
A. A. Ford..of SL Lade-.,*has. .been..app- one' repaired will. find it to their interestto in large quantities now, the bulk of' the John Yintey is setting out an acre of .in the evening. ; Some of our'matter' which property,

doted game tad fish warden of Brefard- << .,call on,pr. 'WhUehurst.. shipments being tomatoes.. tobacco as a kind of an experiment. h. < .! belongsi n our editorial columns,we have

County by Governor'Bloxham.: 'S. J. Lane, "of ihfs'place, and Miss had to place on other,'pages of this is.
George.Maltby, our city undertaker, The Flagler fleet is, again out and ,.8.* !S.- Linton. was ,here Sunday afterno Elizabeth.Mason were married at Jacksonville .sue.. L ,
Dr. J. Y. Porter President the State who embalmed the body of Miss Kate ** Saturday The 'happy couple .
housed for the Summer at Capt. E. T. and was a guest of C.E.fibase.Mrs. ; '
Board of Health,' it I is' said! ,' will' make Gilder/of,landsford, Pa., who died at Rose's boat yard just south of town. ,; .. arrived here Sunday evening 'to make Work is progressing finely on most of

hU headquarters at Miami this summer. the Hotel a short time ago, has received Thos. Neeley attended a Mission their future home. the. buildings-,that were. underway

word of the,arrival. of her remains at The Palm Beach colored school, of sty meeting at West Palm Beach. Tues.Commission ; beforelhe war cloud loomed up over the

Marshal Paul Jones has.been confinedto her late home. The body was in excell- which Mrs. Annie D. Lightbourne 'was d ay.. ,_, 'f ,.. .' n...:' .. 'to The canal here.is filled with fish ,that horizon. :??

his boase for a few days and during ent condition and the local, undertaker the.teacher, closed its term Wednesday. >.J', ..c." :;... :. : ; OtU thick t= came down wit1Uie: current during the The(Ladies Missionary Society of. the

that time! D. McCnea was acting marsbal there is highly commendatory of the men are so that last north "wind. The canal'is very accommodating Congregational.church had very interesting

;:, ._ successful 'embalming'done by Mr. 'Florida winter; ;Florid in summer, you can't throw away' a.cull tomato' without ;''when the wind is in the meetiag Tuesday, ,afternoon at. .the
hitting bne. ,-.. : r : 'j ffll north'we get-salt water fish from Lake .
and which.was'also Hotel Palms
Maltby so highly appreciated Florida. all the. time. All seasons ate .
J. W. Erickson Deputy Sheriff from
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Worth it to the south andwe "
by the friends and neighbors bUr delightful.How soon changes '
seasons each
Miami; spent all last week' on business equally was doing 'Some The. card. of G.. G.. Stream. will befound ..

at Juno and calling on friends herein of the deceased who were'.present.at the many States can truly say as much. surveying for Maj. Boynton.preparatory river have freshwater: fish from. Hillsboro. on page'6. Hia''well known cor'

.,. ,tows" last' eiiices.N, ... '* ,- ''' -Pensacola News.. to planting.the East Side. t f I ner grocery is ,noted for fine' goods,

: < Episcopal Church The Boynton correspondent got 'tang- Fair prices and prompt and polite atteatioa.
C. W. BJognam Mia Bettie Bingtianittd eating. The Northern tourists were more numerous .
".' ,.. ..11 -. "*Prof.l ***..F. Bert"" \ pve* 9to\ ,Jacksonville' ? */ cd'agaifa, as'usual," tiI'ton and Lan; .
her friend KIN Effie Chllds, arr There was an. interesting; conference this year in Florida than ever Monday to give a series. ofjstereopticau -

rived Friday t to spend Easter at FigUlltS. ,- of the'Episcopal'Chnrcb): people of West before., ,Of these the East Coast with! entertainments rya there. He will be gone tana are two different places, 'over nine The colored..school, of which A. C.

Palm :Beach in the hall of the" Knights its magnificent hotels had the larger some few days. miles apart: He should consult his geography. Lightbonrne, Jr., was teacher, closed
share.-Lake Butler Bulletin. As for the hog, ranch Mr. f for: the term Monday, and the one el
Wm. S. Taacre, of Hobe Sound, was of Pythias last Thursday evening. The fnornton, the enterprising proprietor,
Dir-C..E Chase is Tomato'King: here which J. E. Jones was teacner had their

,down l'1 attending to his duties as Rev.various J. N. Mnlford: of presided'and local church_spokeof inter The calender for this present year is now,f Having""t i- passed the 1,000. crate mark* ; liven in Linton ;;he;U a good citizen. aiddeservescreditforhls exercises Tuesday. These'schools have
matters : -c *
that Coati Commissioner: at their meeting. est. '" -1 the same exactly as it was in 1887, each. A'*"Freedlund SJ- .having.the 1 testheretpforp, enterprise' ,. We been well attended and considerable in*

day, _. '__ 'Timely suggestions Were} made by.L.. year beginning Saturday, having 'awentyeight SJb crates': Chase will have tin thtnelghi welcome all good' cilizens'and enterpris--. lerest has been manifested ia them ,by

Solon Lacey, Esq..-of, JOles, )fich'i W.-Bnrkhardt;John'Breach,Mrl. Bin- : Jebrnary.-and Easter )orkood:.'Q{f,5oo crates"himself;. **-:,' "'Dg:p opie. :" -.--.. -,..".:., .....,.s--".. __* t,IT_...... teachers ud scholar aad ia.:maticas-. -

' aDd uncle or Je editors wife_ returned dry W. F. Armstrong, Jr.,and Rev.;L. coming 'the tenth of April: This, it *> es, by thejtarenfs also.l <
Miss Gee closed her second: successful MANGONI.lUTrERINGS'c ., *', ,. ..
to hi borne Monday last .after some F.Hindry.The'Bishop. I is said, will not occur again till 1945. .. .. '. : g I ,
weeks visit with his niece here. has r appointed Mr. Mnlf year of school here last Friday. As she Weather better: and crops-. and* citizens Rom Guard.,.Hovtmsnt.
One of advertisers reports that less herself satisfac- : { F
our has eminently ditto. 9'
ford in charge of the entire work of the proven That the people this section of the
Milton Dick arrived home :Monday church in the Lake Worth than.three hours after his advertisement tory to all parents, and pupils alike we '. -. '..

from his trip to Linton and the Bay Episcopal reached the eyes of the public 'a man, all join in asking her retu a. She, left Miss Rosa.Forrevj ,out.ex-tetcher: ; ,left county, on both sides of the Lake arewilling

country,'but came alone. He says the<<: region. who had never been in'his store before; for Keuka Monday morning for a week'svisit Tuesday evening' for" "'her",home'' down. atuantana' and ready to try to protect this

people are all right but this country suits !Easter a\Bethesda-by-the I.' .Sea. was in there buying goods-and yet a with friends and 'from there site .. .' community in case war is declared, was
shown the attendance at the
him well enough.. Those who had the privilege of spend few people claim that advertising don't will go to.her home,at Quincyr Flav ;, : .E, G\Peq le ons' launch was brought acd
called .E.
. meeting by Cap Root
ing Easter Sunday'ou Lake Worth, Pav- -' up !to; the,point.1 Thursday and hauledout ,
A load of Indians held at Lanther's opera house, West
canoe came up the tasted freely' of the glory of crea HYPOLUXO HAPPENINGS. and housed for the sum'meraGale
Like yesterday morning and stopped tion. One of the congregation of Be- As on Easter day we.enjoy the majestic '." ,',. '''''d" : i.- .,#. --, .... Palm,Beach, on Saturday afternoon
hsreto do their trading. Nearly all palms used in our church decoration; & Co., rave the.material on the 1 At'2:00: p. m. the meeting was called
struck the true note in Palm
thesda-by-the-Sea J..W.Porter Sundayed Beach.X.s" .
we do not realize that 'at'no place in ,'" spot to put :up some more sheds for, sum to order by Capt. Rcot and discussionwas
day bucks and plckan 't. .
squaws when he said;"Why, it is jcy simply to { \ / ,; '. Ai-iij '
in the whole United Slates, north of Lake mering boats under at their ways at the invited as to the best of form
innirs were evidence. way
Mr. Caton left for Mich.
be alive on such a day as this. In fact, Bay City ,
Worth, can we go into an adjoining point. ing a Home Guard.,
the Easier anthem was in all the air. It Sunday morning. .
F. E. C. Ry., agent P. O. Williams, grove of cocoanut trees and clip ;eS I' It wasthen: moved that a chairman
and air Postmaster C. Stowers' launch
chanted J.
was by sunlight sky, by
has availed himself of the services of these magnificient fronds and in'five From three to five hundred crates of and secretary be elected; Capt. Root
of balm and sound of surf, by song of needing a little attention, it was broughtup
Prank B. Everett u acting cashier at minutes adorn the church with a beau- tomatoes was named and elected chairman, and
are being shipped from here ,
bird and breath of rose, and by the ..from town .Monday, hauled out on
the freight office until a permanent appointment ty unknown to the churches in the daily : J. W..Comstock.was elected secretary.In ,
dancing waves as we sailed along the the ways, repaired .and back in the
can be made. whole land elsewhere. a brief address Senator Dimiekstated
lake shore to beautiful Bethesda-by-the W.. w. Prout, of Miami, joined the water again in just one hour and twenty '
that the object of this meetingwas
la the cae of State vs. D. Singer sher Sea Sunday"morning. Saturday' the Stiarpie'"Ina" arrived boys! in the lumber camp on-the: beach minutes from the time ?t,left. town. to take steps toward the formationof

iff Chtllingworth went to Jacksonville On entering the restful sanctuary we back from its several, ,weeks cruise to thIS,week, -. ; -.- %, :,.'.. iW.. A. Avery andwife, H. Sanders and a Home Guard to protect our families

Friday with an attachment; for the defendant saw at once that it, had surrendered 'it Key West and the adjacent Keys with :The'cry: is another car load' of crates daughter, Miss Rosa Forrey and, Willie and homes, in case war is declared,

but found him sick in bed and self to the Easter feeling. Stepping on the party all well, brown as Indians and must come at once and. yet another will Gale went up on .Tuesday's, mail, boat against possible invasion by' pirates 'or

too ill to be removed,' and so the case the porch and entering the Church, we loaded with fish stories enough.to fill an be needed to attend picnic at Pitts'Island held'by privateers bent on the filibustering or

goes over for another term.., were in an atmosphere'f hopefulnessthe. encyclopedia.. They report a splendidtime the Jupiter school of which Miss SusanSandeTswastheteacherand'which destruction of our homes.
tranquil hopefulness of Caster Messrs. Smith and Grant have shipped -
of the vessels at
a good sight war cerebrated Mr.-Weybrecht moved that a Home

U. S. Deputy Collector,,, ,D,.,A. ,Allen, morning. It may ',have been that the Key West, all the fun they wanted, in 300 crates of totriafoes'and :are' not its closing day ir!:-this manner Guard be organized at once, and after JI.
half, ..
b having his pines shedded' on his place symbols' of life and beauty, and triumph catching sharks including a twelve foot ; ..through. : :' < /: 'r : / The Mangonfa school' closed: last Fri- sbme discussion, the motion was second--
just north of town. lie we in flower and fern 'and palm, waited all the fish of l '
says may
hammer-headland every F. L. West. has returned from Fty and ed and carried.
day with a picnic appropriate
not have another freeze in fifty years subservient on our already aroused Easter wanted to eat.
variety they Lauderdale and.accepteda, position on vices. The school'and their friends, by Mr. Ingersoll.then offered a motion.
but he is not going to take any more .feeling. But certainly the royal the'Scotia farm., s
that a committee of three on organiza
invitation of the teacher Miss Rosa
chances; once was enough for him.J. palms arching the chancel, so simple The County Commissioners held'their 'the chairman .
tion be appointed by seconded -
and so stately, ,were suggestive of the regular meeting at Juno Tuesday. The Capt. lloore is about through shipping.He Forrey, met at Mahgonta; and were taken
B. Yelverton,formerly P. E. C. Ry., Church's resurrection day.. And the superb one thing they did o: the greatest: interest .c.an.see now, the necessity of.puttingup by the;mail steamer Eclipse to Pitts and '
and Southern Express at Lemon 'lillies chaste immaculate 'blooming the his motor. Isiandexcuse rue for'' not writing the The committee on organization. was
agent ; to,the county was advertising aer ., ..
follows E. N. Dimick
City passed through this city yesterday by hundreds on altar and in font, i for bids to build a jail, house for employs Indian name. Nate, it might break my appointed as : Saunders .- ,

mornin&on his way to join,the Bradley- and the cross carved ,in, oleander_ rose and other necessary buildings at Mrs. J. M.'Harper' is 'spending' few lead pencil) where the exercises were G. W. Idner, and H..B. Jr.
moved the chairmanbe
Ltmond-Fowler Klondike! party that and Easter-lily whiteness, all were sug Snake Creek, preliminary to putting our days ,inVest Palm, Beach this week, gone thruugh; with .and dinner eaten, Mr. Stowers that
committees secondedand
have gone from this place. His place gestive of the spirit and'significance of county prisoners to work getting but Master Ralph accompanied hen when,,cfter a short time spent in amuse- added to that

has been filled by J, D. Wallace, formerly the festal,day. rock to improve our county roads. Thisis ments, the party,were called for by the ..carried.A .

of Ft.'Lacderdale. The Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea one move in the right direction, and a We have no crop to brag on, but we Eclipse,on its return trip and brought motion for recess of twenty minuteswas

like the King's daughter in the marriage good one-let the good work go on. will, at the end of. the ,season, compare. down the Lake. ,) all who wished, of carried to give the committee timeto

Rome Tinney a former resident of this scene in the'Psalms, was "all glor- shipping receipts- with" Boynton,and who which there were.quite a few, makingthe decide on a form of organization.After .

". place but lately of the firm of Rabb &. ious within. Her clothing was of wrought The dredge Matanzas,,of the' F. C.L';. ever comes out ,behind has got to full trip to West Palm Beach and recess the meeting was called to
C. &T. Co. has finished the last cnt in order and the committee reported as
of the "Alliance"Store '" : '; back Mangouia before disembarking..
Tinney, proprietors gold." In the midst of such suggestions for, the pie.. : ,to ;
the above canal, and has been taken to 1 I follows: We recommend that nothingbe
inOzona, Fla, has bought out Mr: we do not wonder that singers catch Besides about, all the schollars whoattended
tho dock near Neptune, where she will The'Lake Worth, Atlantic 'and Los done toward organization except to
Rabb and will run the Store all by himself inspiration in rendering Easter hymn I I school this term and the most
undergo needed repairs. The dredge thus R. R., has been completed and now i Adams sign our names fur membership and
Mr. Rabb desiring to engage in agricultural and anthem with "the spirit and the un- I I ,of their. .parents, Mesdames Geo.,S, '
pursuits.: We congratulate derstanding," -as the choir did on Chester is also to be brought to the ways I I has a transport capacity of twelve thous- and Frank Cartrigbt'' from West then adjourn until Thursday, April 14,

Rome on his advanced prospects.C. Easter day. And the minister dropped for a thorough overhauling before< start and feet of lumber per day, with Coody Palm Beach came up and several friends at 2 p. m., when' Capt:: Dimick expectsa

ing to the head of the Halifax river, to Gen.. Superintendent; Capt. Richards, from here were all included in the party I reply from the Governor as to whetherarms
the Easter
Chillingwo-torney poured
ordinary sermon,
C. formerly begin the cut into Matanzas river; ,The II Traffic Manager and W. W*Prout,' Gen. and the Captain and engineer of. will be supplied by the State.
forth his feelings on the instinctive even
of but of pent
place BOW Atlanta has up
Denny has returned from the lower d Freight and Passenger Agent. the found time to' run back to The report of the committee was ac
been here for the past few days, being hopefu'ness of humanity, and howit i .. .
-\M of the canal, reporting everything the Island'from Juno and found, each of cepted.
is enkindled from the resurrection
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interested u coaueIlu the case of State
condition. Indian Advo- The roll of of the Home
himself good River LiKTOX LOCALS. them, their name and quite a little of membership
in the 'life of
spirit Jesus -
vs. D. Singer. Mr. Chillingworth returned -
Guard of West Palm Beach and Lake
something else on a plateA good-
this as from his sepulchre; for
week to Atlanta, stopping open
a Our Hypoluxo correspondent sendsus John Wright, of Miami, was here time in everyway was reported by all, Worth was then offered for signaturesand
not said "I teach the
00 at DeLaad in a hearing ia the no* Jesus merely, yon '
resurrection the word this week that between crops Sunday. 4. 4 fir'T. and thanks are dpe to all who contributed everybody in attendance, with one
but. "I am resurrection "" <
famous ease of Hunt vs. Gleason.
and be has been he in towords the or two exceptions, stepped up and signedit
and the life." jury duty so busy J. Lyons went toWest. Palm Beach any way pleasureof
One or two of our business houses hardly had time to send us .a ..liue'thisweek Thursday on business. the occasion. many others signed it later in the

were losers through the forgeries of H. Tae floral decorations of the Churchof for he had to take a little time, off ------:<. -- day who were unable to attend the

P. Rots the traveling salesman for Doty Bethesda-by.the-Sea were arranged to eat. He has'done very*well for 'sucha There is talk of the dredge Chester being The visit of the Britsh Cruiser "Corde meeting.It .
bv Mrs. S. F. Mrs."C. I.
Jacksonville. Several victimsare Worthington lia of the north Atlantic squadron, to was then moved and seconded to
& Sto e. Cragia and Mrs. Wm. Stone Smith. busy man, and we appreciate his kind taken away for repairs., ,
reported from other towns. Heretofore The Easter lillies were furnished by C. ness and can assure him and all our West Palm Beach, was made the occasion '- adjourn until Thursday at 2 p. m.,

Ross has been well and favorably W. Bingham and C. I.' Cragin, and .a other correspondents that their laborsare Heavy winds for the past week have of much festivity. The officers were unless necessity demands one at an

known ia this section and was one of. basket of choice roses from W."Fremd. ,. far more'appreciated and do more done some damage to crops. most generously entertained by Mr. earlier date, in which case the secretary

the first drummers to travel on the East The C.anthem Rowley,"Easter was rendered Day. by by Edwin the good for their individual localities, than Flagler., The .renown. of West, Palm will call a meeting.J. .

'Coast At one time he represented C. I 1 choir with solo pans by Mrs. H. Mad they imagine. Keep the correspondence .1'1e."City *t the Foot of the Lake':' is Beach will spread over the"Seven Seas. W. ,COMSTOCK4.t" ,

B. Regers & Co., of Jacksonville. The dock and.Wm.- F, Armstrong,..Jr... coming. I an attractive place very, very:1 It has -KiSsimmee Valley Gazette., \"- '-. '" Secretary.. ',.,

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.Louisiana. ,is to make. a display at We dontike!,. to be wuaed.wrong:
the p ntatiaEt! Ii'Aadamongst. fully,and the foilotingfrom, Y'the De- .

UUY. I.METCALF -.,; EDITOR.MEMBEROP other .things;' will;:exhibit( 'cotton. Land News does not fit_usat all:

rice,- suResrto'barcn- and 4;:tropical; A postoffitewarisonat.WestPalm: Net. SntdngGoods .s *

fruits, and committees: are..nnw at'i Some of.the priDcl2 a L basir-. ,

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AFFILIATED caless the mail is distributed

National Editorial WITH Association. California' of course, will also be. at night. This jtl c_postmaster i Co.
there-In aU its J glory, and Southern: refuses: to do. What appeal should Kohn Furchgott ,

California, especially, is to be veil I the people of West Palm Beach ,of -
SVBSCRIP1ION: represented .the four counties .of' maker They.can't'shpot, the postmaster ", ", ", ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,,. ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,, "' ''' '' T''' '' '' '' '' ''' ''' "' .T. "'T
One fear la ad ane*.....,..__..__$2.00 ;and if they boycott the post and ; felter and Clothing House 111 the State, have in
81* Months,la adTance.....,_..,.M'1.00 San Bernardino, ,San, Diego, Riverside office, the postal authorities would The Leading Largest Dry Gods, Carpet of New, Spring Goods, jncludiag Forelp and Domestic
Threw. Months in adranee.._......... CO and Orange have raised a ,fuel refuse and are daily receiving large quantities White India Linens, Checked Nail1soou. Prints,
to allow them to receive mail Dressstock Goods.Silks. Organdies, F cy Wash Goods,
ot of$10,000 defraythe exj'ensea ofthe'ir f elsewhere. Public office has long Hosiery, Notions Laces,, Embroideries, Straw.Hats, Etc., which are Off'ered\DOW at our P oP afar Low
Pretax' A large imported direct by us;sash u Silks, 1)ress.Goqds. Linens. H0s-
CSUiaZD Inn TOUKmr AT VUT MIMBSACH.DADSCOC1TTT. united exhibits. since ceased'to be'a'public trust. quantity goods are
i iery and Organdies. Samples cheerfully sent on application.
PLOKIDA.AT Los Angeles will make .a special If our contemporary in Florida's To our Wholesale Trade, we offer a large and complete line of S g'Qoods atoffered as- low prices as
display and the County supervisorshave would educational any,bouse in the United States. Liberal Terms and the usual Cash unts : WeIOhcit the
and typographical of the merchants the State assuring them that we_ shall -w, very lowest p0s-
Tae row OPPICM nr WElT PALMMACB voted fifteen hundred dollars patronage throughout ., .'

AC SECOmXtAM (MATTE for this special urpos have centre been seen had taken that it notice. was,.our it *ould cor- able T .prices.. ...'.. ... :; ... ... T .... .. ... ... ... ... .... T ... T ... T ... ,T-'" ... .. .... ... T ... ... .. .. ... ... v.vVn

Pioneer- Paper of Dade County..and the Oldest Florida can make as good and correspondent at Linton,'ono of our We are showing a large and ale e a t lin .of l thinJ,' _Getttl Fa.,..

Publication on the East Coast of even better displayem than any of lively little settlements south of Tus, ntshings, Carpet, Matting, >Window Shades, ,Lace Curtains f' Trunks. ,'
Florida between th in the fruit Hue .
TItnsrIHe tropical
especially -
that .
and West. reported the war, and htrile t Etc. at Low Prices.
should, and lead the Dade County can and place. As no coroners services have ...,.... ,T,... .... ... ... ... ... ... ... .,... __ ... ... ... ... T ... T T T ... ... T ... ... ... ... ... ... T ... T .......-.,..!! '! ...T ... T r..r t
procession. been called for '
we the matter
fittt AdrertUlnr Medium of Florida.on the Kast Coat It.remains to be seen whether the .has beeo.amicabll8ettltd, but as '\;:.- 'Kohn Furchgott & Co. : T
; :
people of this County realize the to whether they get their mail after ZC'
value such a display would be, fully ,t:
supper or before breakfast we, have ? '
ahead.BE SORE you are right then go enough to go to the expense and not yet heard. 10-21-97 .Fla.

I trouble of being properll'repre ent- t '

ed by such an exhibit at Omaha as
1 .Toe BEST and most convenient DADE COUNTY shonld surely be
they can make if they only will.
j purt in the State of! Florida to-day represented at the Omaha Exposition ,

.Is the Palm Beach pier when the whether the-rest of the State is
i, ocean to smooth, and n breakwater or not, and our progressive. n8 -

l! would make it smooth all the time. There is big money, it is claimed,' should see to the matter immediately m. E GRIJEER DEALER HARDWARE

in the scientiSc culture of _bananas. as there is no time to spare ] :

ONE Bin DISAPPEARING GUN and a A majority of the bananas sold herein ::
J couple Gatlioff guns over on the town ., ,p
to-day come from Centrale I
' j beach ridge,with the wen to 'mannthem America, principally from Nicaragua JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President. % and Cro cke'ry
and of '
plenty ammunition
I or Honduras. RAYMOND D. KNIGHT, VicePresidentt .
would be about all the protection we From the Troy, (N. Y.), Budgetwe P. D>;rtaAM, Cashier. \. l Glassware,Lamp*and Uaterns.tMAtTA4000y .

need, but we do need that much. learn that Gen Lever, of Hondo JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier. .: cMrurns ow --i,' ,All :Kinds of Boat_ Goods.

l '-, .ran, says that "One of the mostpro1ifie : Stoves,Tinware,Doors Sash tad Beads

IF SIGNAL' STATIONS are to be prompt find 'certain'sourcesof All Kinds Fishing Tackle and Sporting Goods ;

erected: along the East Coast we wealth,is a scientific i i cultivation.of National Bank of Gasoline Stores. Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stoves. -

no reason'why they should only be b&n3na plantation of 100 acres_ : .- -'- .- Harrison Bros.'Ready Mixed Paints.
... .:
put as far south all Canaveral ,when carefully managed and.attended to,I -- .=. XaU Order Giver;Prompt Attention. .11+97 ..

5/from there to Key \\set. or at, I least will yield'from $5,000 to .t1.000 per :

to Miami aa nearly thickly settled annum clearest all expenses, sup P o t the Slate of FloridaTRANSACTS PROFESSIONAL CARDS LEGAL NOTICES.

r ,1 and Important part of the Coistaslifrom I ing the average price for commercial .

there north. 11 I bunches to be as low aa twenty' DE .
.. '--- A METCALF

WORK HAS BEEN STOPPED on.several :- >Aa these very bananas.are-brong ht TV 'ATTORNEY-AT. LAW.'NOTARY yen jDISCHIAGE. -
of the improvements! that were here and sold in our own town at GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS PUBLIC: 'r Notice if bereby given,that Six Mouths after|

: coder way here in town and severalmore : from five to ten times what they costay Courts.Will practice in County,Stale and Federal KNOW Dade this date County I shall,Florida apply,to for the final Cwutf discharge Judge tram of'

that were in ,contemplation, over there it seems as if it would p LAND CASES A SPECIALTY. the administration ot the Estate of William L
both in thin city ,and .over on ,the well raise Accounts Bankel"l-J Office In TUOFICAL Sra Block, Parkin,late of Dade County,deceue&
our own bananas for That the
East West Palm Beach, Dade County llorida.OSOXOE .. KATE B. PARS
Side, are postponed theo it- they'are acknowledged. be better Merchants 9 :Manufacturers Adm' .uatrlz.
coma of the present trouble between flavored_ plumper and'- fiber frUitthan M. BOBBINS, WALTER GKAHAK. West Palm Beach Flan February a{,1&&

,known.this country and Spain is definitely the imported ones, and consequently and Individuals 10Ucii d.... ROBBINS & GRAHAM CO., iLie

':. 1...... fell more rapidly, ,while another ATTORNEYS AT- LAW, S HERIFF'S SALE.
HON. W. A. RAWLS Chairman advantage we would have apitaf"ni Sifplis $$190,000. Will practice in all the courts, State and
of would be in being able to allow.tbem ; Federal. land al facilities fur examining andperfecting Notice is hereby given that by virtue ot aa
titles. of Now
the State Democratic Executive to remain the We have closed our West Palm Beach office:. execution Issued out of the County Court of ;
on plant(ill they were Dade County Florida, In
Committee, has called n to Any from the Lake Worth section or attachmeat pro-
r meeting ripe.or nearly) 'BO while_ the imported Issue our own drafts to all the princi-- northern part of Dade Court;should be referred feedings therein pending wherein George
be held at Jacksonville on May 11. pal cities in Great Britain either to our TitnsvUIe or Miami office Wrote Gale ia ,
' ones have to be cut while Holland and will receive proper attention. Over plaintiff and W. 8. Union ia defendant -
; for the purpose of preparing; the call The quits gyp' Belgium France Switzerland,. Jtaly, Tltusville,Brevard County. and Miami Dade .I shall on the
f .for the State Convention and nam- few growers ia this vicinity) Spain, Portugal and Germany. County Florida. 1021.97 $15ooooooo.ooNew 2nd Day of May, A. D. 1898,
: : 111'the time and place for the who raise bananas to sell'seem to the aame being the first Monday lathe month, :
I West Palm icai ne. have made money off of them and it JacksonvilleFlorida ewe W.POPE. D.C.CAMPBELL. and a legal sale day,between the boon of 11 '
Beach would be a good o'clock a.m.and 2 o'clock la the afternoon off :.
& CAMPBELL Insurance
place, we would remind the committee seems singular that more do.not. en-. 8'aM7 pOPE er for sale to the highest bidder,for cub,before .
I gage in the business. the door of the Court HonaeofPadeCassty '.
aDd any time would suit u*. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS LAW During ,at Juno Florida, the following described.
u 111 East Bay Street property.towit: >
i't j t ; W* ACKNOWLEDGE the receipt of HEALTHY CAMPING GROUND.That Geo.S. Hacker & Son 9-3-97 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. 1897. One (1) Bone Wagon One il)Single Harness -
+ ,Four i4) Potato Forks, One (1) Weed
several copies of the Troy, (N. Y.) this state is a healthy one all Hoe One(1 j Srytho and Snath.One '1) Hoe, -
Budget with some splendid letters TT C. HOOD, M. D. One(1)Cultivator, Two (2)Mattresses Ome
. about Florida in them who have lived here any number of Has Now (1) Plow] One(1)Shovel Plow One(1)14*"
written by. years will admit,and this fact should PHYSICIAN AND SURBtON. Harness,One(1) Powder Gun One((1) Fork
editor. M. .Arthur who made a be made known to the citizens of the 'p H Office and Residence near Royal Poinclana Life Insurance in One 11] Sprinkler, One 111 Shovel, ODe [1] -;.
t toorof the State Packing House
I this ;
past seas )
I We shall take the liberty of country as the exigencies of war may 12-1-97 Force ofOver Also all the right. title and Interest la law'k-
i reprint require their presence here sooner or and in equity,of said W.8. Linton In and to
ing portions of them in coming issues later, and @any of them seem to E. W. PUGH, 31. D., the following described real estate to-wit:
of THE SUN to let our readers see The East half of the Northwest Quarter and
i what other think of have an idea that malarial and PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON the East Half of the Southwest Quarter, and
coon try. us and our other diseases are more or less prevalent Office in rear of Dlmick's Drag Store. $950,000,000.00 the East Fractional Half of Section 16, all ia

....... here,especially in the summertime Re8ldence-South We t Clematis RIde ot Olive Avenue.Street, 3 Doors County Township,Florida.46 Sooth, Range 43 East Dade


1\,\ our City streets and alleys, but just Such an idea is due only to ignorance a W.1.METCALF, Sheriff Dade Connty.

I on general principle nld remark and is in no way sustained by Doors, Sash, Tl. B. POTTER, M. D., Attorney for Plaintiff. March 8t,98

that now is a good time to see that the facts for they not only disprove Blinds, Mould 1ds 8-23-93

:(, 1 they are in as good a sanitarycondition it, but prove, on the other hand, directly -ANDBuilding ;- PALM BEACH. FLA Over NOTICE: OF CONTEST.U. .
tf the
t as it is possible to put opposite. A. .S.LAND OFFICE
i them and then pains should betaken The following from a Jacksonville Material, J. 48000000. March,1898. I
Complaint having been entered this office
I ij' til keep them so. Cleanliness and Times Union and Citizen states a CHARLESTON S, C.lam" DENTIST. by Bard Brutow Williams against at Leemaa A.

healthiness ore ,closer allied than fact that can be easily proven by Largest Factory South. I Local Crown Anaesthetic and Bridge feed Work a Specialty. No.25,777 for,abandoning dated September hIs Homestead&4,1885. upoi Entry the
most folks seem to be anyone who doubts that paper's assertion of Teeth. Extraction Strongest Section EnZSWlSec.siTp 40&aniNuotNW: .
I i1' willing to Send for Prices. Teeth Extracted Without Comp'yIn I.Township 41 South, Range U Ea ,
Pain. in Dade
DO a ledge. : OFFlCE-4th Door from County Florida, with a view to till
.. Cor. Clematis Ave, cancellation 01 said the said
.... and Olive St. entry partita are
,.. Orleans hereby
Picayune i summoned
says 7-2-9 WEST PALM the to appear at Juno, Florida,
ALL THE OTHER seuoort towns in "Florida desires to remain a health the County Judge,on the
I' A. B. 9th Day of Hay, 1898,
resort instead of Campbell
the State a war Incase
seem to l he camp.
badly frightened DANIEL, at 10 o'clock A.
of L. Any One Contemplating M.,to respond and furnish tea
I to judge by the way they areholding necessity she can easily serve (Mgr Ludden & Bates So. Music House timony The concerning said alleged abandonment
both purposes. The record of -, ) DENTIST, case will bu heard at this vffiee Mar tit
our Jacksonville Florida. Insuring His 1898.
meetings and through their I J.M.BABCO,Register.
army during the Seminole war prow COCOA, INDIAN RIVER N.B.WAISRIGHT.KeceiTar. Net
mayor or their FLORIDA .88
newspapers or hi ed that Florida was the healthiest PIANOS or Her Life ,
both ways at once calling on the State on the continent '' When
and visiting
no figures R.
WALLACE MOSES, Should Write call ._.
government for protection. All .this to contradict that record have ORGANSBest I to the 00.

town has done is to organize a home yet been found in our experience Successor to A. W. Robert, Undersigned. J. A. CRAIG & BRO.
guard, and now all we ask is that Makes, Lowest Prices, f REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, :
l ...... ....
the government either send Easiest Terms. Agent far Wait Palm Beach Town Lots also FORMEN'S -
ns a, big CAINESVILLE LAND OFFICE. Sheet Music, Music West Palm Beach Water Works.
Books. and
gun a
couple Catlings .
I a warship Instruments of All Kinds at Rock Clematis Avenue,near Olive Street.
and we will agree to furnish all From a letter received by the editor .....Bottom Prices..... 521.97 West Palm Beach Florida. carry the Largest Line ofHats
P Write for Free I I
the men necessary to handle either, from Hon. N. D. Wakiwrigbt, Catalogue. 9-17-97 I. METCALP PEREZ F. HUFF, Manager, andNegligee

and give a good account of oarselves. late Receiver of, Public Money for GUY The Equitable Life of N.Y.,

...... the U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Great Bargain NOTARY PUBLIC Jacksonville, Florida. Shirtsto
Fla., under date of Marct, 31, we For the State of Florida at Lug be found in the State. Sole Agent for r

IP THE' BREAKWATER had been construct are informed that lion. Henry 8, + Deeds,Mortgages Dralred.Coaveyanclng, Leases. and Contracts I would like to receive an ex- Knox and Youmans Hats.
*! nut from the 'pier there Chubb that a Specialty. ample of NEW Everett Block.
on day.took the place o All Work Guaranteed Legally Correct. your POLICY 239 W.Bay Street,
Would 1 not have been a better place Mr. Wainwright as Receiver. We .Taken At Once. Office in TKOnciL Sux Block, adapted to my age.I 8-197 JACKSONVIUA FLORIDA.
than thttt name pie for bunts to. trust that our business relations 8O JLORBS West Palm Beach Dade County, Florida.
Carol from, and it is M. D. L. DODSON.
not too late yet with the new incumbent may be as of land 50 miles south of Palm: FRANKLIN SHEEN. GJ O. O. BUTLER. was born on the...........day of
for M HUthYifnt breakwater to to ,pleasant as they were with the retiring Beach, within itf miles from SHEEN & BUTLER.

built that. would answer the purpose officer,and return the kind wishes railroad and depot. 15 acres of fl..................................18......... Eli
temporarily; with a track out on the of Mr. Wainwright for his own success this land is fine,high hammock, SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. Miami Florida.
pier as formerly, coal and supplies in whatever field he just the land for orange: Most Office at West m Beach 8.J8.s. -

could be unloaded directly from the may enter. of the remainder is pine land Lands. legally Selecting subdivided and grading and lands naps locatIng fnrntehed. N am e........................................
cars into the vessels' awl even now good for pineapples. For information inland and estimating correct work timber a specialty. Care. SEMINOLE BARBER SHOP,

smooth.this can be A done breakwater when the, however sea is, ready JOIN to THE protect HOME your GUARD homes and aDd be J. H. LIVINGSTON,call on ces.tion.mnnleations WEST Maw and by PALM mall Blue BEACH.Print receive guaranteed.at prompt FLA.Lowe All 11.7.95Subscnbo atten-com Pri-. A d dress......;............................. i, FIRST-CLASS D.M.GEATOIDEAU,Manager

j !r should be built on the reef out from pineapple patches in- of 10-21.97 TONSORIAL WORK.
the pier at once. sity. case neces Massey Block, New Fnrnitsre-Everything; Neat
IH-97 WEST PALM BEACH FLA. for The Sin. and Clean.
i Try THE SUN for lob Work. Shop under Seminole Hotel.

Wet Ptha$aeb. Fta.Fr .


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THE TROPICAIJ. SUN' ,' WEST. ,PALM BEACH", FLORIDA, THDRSDAY, APBID. 14' .'1888.. .,. .,..... _..... .... ...._ _......... .. __., ,,.. ...:.. .I0s ,
__ ... ._-........__..."""'"'-- __ ._ ,." _'. .. '. ____ ...,.. .. ., .7Q ;...;...,_:: J' --A..7: : : : <'.J--

... ...J .- .'," ", ..... -,..c' .
:, a'WHEELS THIS. SEASON.: ; SAMUEL B.imI.B*:. .' ::CtARSKOS: G.". MIL?.u
*- :" 'j- -- /* .
REYNOLDS & HtJLL.-- Bstabliah d 1B41.
.J a ;f
t Cl&eaper'1'baD 'Ervr'Before ud Jut as .. ,. 1 <: .
Strong and Durable. ;, ." ,.. --tt. .'. ....; :
: : :,.
Never since the invention of the Li- .WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN '. _, S "B MILLER CO

cycle have conditions been so favorable'to ; ., + -

the retail purchaser as they are this : WHOLESALE
A make his choice ofa : ,
ODD FELLOWS. year. buyer may, pish e-gstS'StQ tansWe
wheel from (25 up to $125 or higherif Commission Fish
and finish
QM. .f rats' Faithful Worker a special design special are .
< Ttdpl.lLialt .....' wanted Some of the manufacturers say "
... Bfrrla L. Bitter ct', Philadelphia was that today the bicycle rider can purchase and 'UrtZe.: '" :"0. 7 Fulton Fish Market, NEW YORK.

' tern to that city about 60 years ago. Herat as good a wheel for f 50 a) he Gree -
Initiated into the order in Covenant bought before for $100. Special Attention given to the sale of Pompano, Spanish
# Wee in IMO and has lined in the chairs The $50*bkyc1e is guaranteed to haveas SERVICE! : TWIt7E 'A DA. C. Mackerel Blue Fish, Etc. .
of both the lodge and encampment. Sir.. good tubing as good tires as good ,
References:. Fulton! and National Bank, or any Wholesale Fish
Hitter Is also member of the Veteran asaodation. :: '
a forgings. rims and spokes, as catered the trade last end' "
be to as good best y. !.r f De .ter1nthe, United States .
In 1890 was appointed "" "* -JB1"*
membership on, the finance committee of good the a chain same-wheel and to that be finished as well sold are folly .prepared. to..,'\do. so ,this_-season.f_ ,; &'Stencils famished OB application. ll-18-8m
the as formerly ;if.f.
grand lodge and has been appointed
by itch Kcoeedinf grand muter. He has for double the price. "_ < .ir. .
The bicycle that sells for$75 is guaranteed "

i to be equal to that which"was SPECIAL ATTENTION :: -- E. WINca aNBAca F. M. Treasurer
':' .. :; > Manager. Buasr
I specially made and sold in previous >
: .. ..
years for $125. The fittings are similarto IS GIVEN TO ORDERS FROM "

a1IDWQ those that were placed on the.wheelone .
year ago, and the care taken in its : FLORIDA MACHINE' WORKSI
The East. Side.
construction, .is.quite equal,to that em. : .
ployed in,the making of .racing wheels..
Indeed modern invention has done so WEST PALM BEACH FLOBEDA. 114.97
Iron and Brass
much toward perfecting the little parts Castings.

that. the. purchaser of a $75 bicycle! .in ?
1898 is said to obtain improvementsthat General Repairing Promptly and Accurately Done.

the buyer of a $125 wheel two ,
years ago was unable to get. Iron Building Column, Sash Weights and Grate Bars Specialty Shafting,
A grade of wheel selling for less than Pulleys., Hanger and Boxes lu.Stock. Saw Mandrels ct all Sixes"Punished.

$50 corresponds to the bicycle that was 98 M BARGAINS M 98 '
sold for $50 and $45 when the standard SUGAR MILIS-A.

$price 85 and of $40 the wheel grade is was declared$100. by This expertsto new .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... ... ... .. .. ...... ... .. ... ... .. ... .. .. .. .. ....... ... ... ... ... .. ....... ... ... ..... ... .. ... ... ... Office and Shops at End of Viaduct in Riverside.

be superior the old wheel that sold 10:1-97 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

far'5.0..;,The.quaUt1of the material entering'into .iFe>Have a" Fell Stock of Ladies'S|.

its composition is better, the r .
finish is bett r'and the eundriea'that go and Gents'J Sho s.
with such a wheel would have cost two New house best accommodations on the

years'ago In neigborhood' of $8 or ,Ladies' Dress Goods our Specialty. At FRE CO HOTEL ,East Coast; table first-clas, and every

$10. s convenience and comfort; hot and cold

L BZTTE8. I Another grade of wheel this year will Mrs. Frank will be here fora week'or so and baths; ,modern improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section; close
always inaBlfrfM a keen interest in the sell .for $30. The worst part of this to the Inlet; fish and oysters in abundance.
weUanof Odd Fellowship and has spared wheel is its finish. Much of the same .. .
aJifee?got set effort to aid every project offer you Special Bargains.A .
of tubing exactly the
quality same
Terms Moderate.:
...*t tesded toward ita advancement,
parts fair cranks, balls, crank hangers,
Present with Dollar's worth
eathnsiasm Every
Mach account of
prevails on
pedals and ,handle bars are placed on Proprietor
the rapid growth of Rebekah .lodges and I
the wheel, but the enameling is coarse
their membership. and the painting not first class. purchased at theBOSTON JENSEN, BBEVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA.
The friends of the work shall multiply,
but the drone fa without love among hisbre&rea. Even lower in, price, than this is a {&.Don't fail to stop at Jensen when visiting the Indian River IJoJ6.t7
downright cheap wheel, to be made in : STORE

'1'bcrewIU be a big demonstration of the large numbers, of good material, withno
Patriarchs Militant at the annual session pretension whatever to finish whichis

in WUkeabia nest May.. listed to be. sold at $25 and will probably MRS. J. FRANK, Prop'r. Ocean Steamship CompanyuSAVANNAH'
The grand lodge of the German empire be sold for almost any price that
has subordinate with member- can. be obtained font, as it is turned
lodges, a
Seminole Block, on Banyan Street, WEST PALM ,BEACH.. "
ship of f,_,and U encampments,with a out by the makers with practically that lM-97 LINE.. ; .
membership of 680. Our German broth. idea in mind.A ,

en. appreciate the advantages_ of the order. :few chain wheels havebeen madeto + Florida % '

r Suspended brothers, come back. This is sell at $100. However,;they will be I

jubilee year. perfect exemplifications of all that can : '
To New York 4 And Boston.
Hare you been to'the lodge this year! be good in a chain bicycle.' They will If you are thinking of irrigating your; truck farm .

The iniadon of Odd Fellow lodges is not be hand decorated, beautifully nickeled, IRRI G A TI 0 N pineapple field' or orange grove, send me size of area
to gain ueoBSi by the election of certain put together by skilled mechanics, made you wish to cover and fall information of what ,you A.. Short Kail'RJ.de to SavannaH, Thence
; want and I will be glad to famish all information .
fill the offices .
personsofficersbut of the very best material of which a bicycle '
desired and estimate of
give cost. A Short Sea =
with certain members to gain sutras can be made and not sold until Voyago.v ::

Whenever an officer or agent of the after they have been thoroughly tested. J. G. CHRISTOPHER. Sailing from Savannah: .
Is disposed to cover his actions '
grand lodge up will be provided with
They a case
or beyond the limit of his authority and : 5 Ships ,Each Week 5
go if the purchaser desires one and will Machinery .Mill Supplies.. .
the time has come when his resignation ."' \C.. .'. ./ .
compare with'the average standard bicycle Irrigating Machinery a Specialty,, : ,
should be called for.'A .. : '
member's does begin with his Initiation. asa 'handmade.watch torn pares '.Io.2I-97' -" ''H :..,.. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.-.. .. ". All ticket agenfs'1 red lint 1s'aie'9dpglied with sailing schedules. Write- for gen
of which made
with one the parts are 11.; rt '
__ .by machinery. eral information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on -

RED MEN. The high priced bicycle of the year is 2;H. HINTON;Traffic Manager"' WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pass. Agt.,

the chainless.:: It is listed at $125. The Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. 310

This Zs the Jabtte Tear- of the Order. buyer pays for the patent and the nov- Jflt4i rtA'1 Our S rid ", : .

Alans the Trafl. elty, and he receives in addition to those :, .. .
In accordance with the special proclamation a machine that is constructed in the '
of the great incohonee of the United most advanced style of the bicycle S le .

States, Robert T. Daniel of Georgia the builder's art. .r T tyl S '.. '. :' ,. ,, : .' : ,,.

present)'eIlla a jubilee year with the Improved There will be chainless wheels to be 1 1' .. ... : ; ', ,
various ;
Order of Bed Men covering : "b
reservations is being observed as such. sold for less than $125. Some will be i FOF (Dec's Wear -- ... --
first advanced at the similar in design to the wheel that '
The proclamation was : ;
meeting of the great council of the United commands the higher price, and some Are all'in. The largest and handsomestline ., U" i : : :: i '"

States last August and is tended to commemorate will have chainless applications of their of Woolens in the South. Best work, r < ,,
semicentennial of the Red that will differ in and .
the own principle application .. ._
Men's organization. The various tribes from the type first displayed by best finish, best fit and lowest prices.' Suitsto .. : .:; '. :.: ('' ;,,: -'! .:;;'. .:. '
< 't
throughout the country' are taking advantage manufacturers.-New York Journal order,. $12.00, $13.50 $15.00, $l6.oo, ; 'i> < ,.>[ "- '<
of the jubilee proclamation to greatly $18.00, $20.00,,$22.50, $25.00, and up. > : ::
increase their membership, and some of '.
them are making remarkable advances in THE SWIFT RIDERS. j- ( 2 PANTS-$2.75 $3.00,$3.50, $4.00, $5.00, ; .. '.,.""-.. -
I $6.00, $ and :. 'I .
this respect! 7.00 np. .' .
Vernier of New York will .. > : ... .
Joseph '
One of the largest tribes in Pennsylvania : '' ; .
if not the largest, ia the Lena Letup train for middle distance paced racing.He MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT-Samples.and Self-Measurement. Blank senton i ; rt. ;
of Germantown, which has about has had ten big pacing machines' application. } '* '. ,_ ,, ;' '.0". .
1,000 members and the sum of $31,444 in built. ,:.'. ----h, ',, :

its Brothers treasury.nonpayment you of who dues have coma been back suspendedfor while It is $7,500 alleged that by a Tom racing Linton associationfor is guaranteed LI I VI' The .:?: opnlar. Price Tailor This Space: .'

riding three match races in this
you have an opportunity.The
great sachem of Indiana has ruled country. IHlainSt, JacboiYille Fla. :
that no one has a right to communicate Jaap Eden Holland Fontecci, the ,
tha U. P. W. outside of the wigwam of a Italian champion, and Henri Assac and Belongs toL ---a.: '
tribe except the sachem of a tribe and he Piette of France have signed to race 1 We do Dyeing, Cleaning, Repairing, Altering and Pressing. 10.28.97 "

only to such members of his tribe as are here under the management of race pro
known to be in good standing or to members moters.Lienni. .
of other trlUs only on presentation of
official enters for the .....01'd. a well known distance French the Only Coffee RoastersIn
road rider has gone insane and has had SEEDSRIRI

....,. Woodunn. to be taken to an asylum. It is said that the State.J. '

The bylaws prohibit the adoption of an Liermi's illness is the result of overexertion Fresh, New Crop, Reliable. -H 3 FlorIda
several of his races. ->
applicant before" the arrival of the certificate

and it must never be done. No one D. A. Kramer of Chicago, who was Varieties best adapted to Florida. .. D. .& R. D. GRETHER '= 'y-
has authority to waive this provision ofthebylawa. suspended by the racing "
permanently Jacksonville '
Florida. \ $
Special Attention given to the "
board of 1896 for racing under assumed ;, :;; .' ::1
The head consul! has ruled that every names and for racing on'European East Coast Trade ); ':;'' .: ) '
camp moat confer at least the beneficiary tracks while under CHOICE TEAS, ) I t : I -"f'"
degree upon all applicants for adoption. temporary suspension Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.L. PURE SPICES V OUR ".
may race again after July 1. / ; E01.st .
The Modern Woodmen of America go CAMERON FRUIT EXTRACTS.SPECIALTIES., : ,; "
with all losses and .., :
Into the new year paid ,' ...
BUJiDc Wheels on the Installment Flan. ', :.
the The Pioneer Seedsman of Florida. < .
with a balance of $160,000 in benefit .
butter dishes
Paper,.paper bags, twine .-.
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fund. The rules regulating the selling of bicycles 11-12-97 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. and other grocers' sundries. .

There are BOW '100 camps in the order. on the installment plan this year All Coffees Roasted After Receipt of Order. ; ; ; .'J'-. .
The society entered the new year with have been rigidly modified. The inten- 10-21-97 : t.
the best showing made since oragniation. tion of demanding a bigger amount thanis ,:" t. ,
and .
J. usual to be paid down on the purchaseof fed .
a.... Friend*. a wheel has been very, widely discussed :.. J; -o-
The affairs of the order throughout are by dealers throughout the coun T. B. : : ,'.. .''' .::,

in excellent condition, and continued. try. As a proof of this the cycle boardof ancy -, ,* ,: ,;p., I. If....... ? 2
good results show the wisdom and practicability trade of Long Island has decided that Massa : o"
of its equalization plan. on the installment plan buyers must pay t

The executive committee of the order in $30 down on a $50 wheel, with $5 added PineappleSlips '
fit. Louis has adopted practical plans for to the original price, and all payments & Bro. :': :
to the "
living employment unemployed i.J
must, be made within eight ailway
< .
members of the order and also for adrancement
months. Undesirable will
ia growth all along the line. and SuckersFor 1.\
also be blacklisted.-New York World. Jacksonville Fla. "
Supreme Mart>ti David Sanders of San, -- .
sate ct the FOllowing Varieties,vl% 1 .'!'. t.
Antonio TeL, hat presented SupremeAssistant
Abbaka Porto Rico
Steber with a beautifully Detecting a Leaky Valre. .' "
ornamented cane made out of the ,The best way to detect a valve leaking Smooth Cayenne, KEBCHAHTS. :}- : :r., ,
3c Mean coffee plant.Maccabees.. -that is 'to say, a leakage throughthe Egyptian Queen, !,.. : ,.. 1 '!" .:: : ,
valve itself and not at the valve Ripley Queen Golden Queen., .
seating-is to turn the wheel until the White Antigue. r

It U better to, sever' your membership valve is at the top and pointing down Pernambuco Fruit and Vegetables. :

than to remain a member and tell honest :ward. Then hold a wineglass of water Enville. : d ,
inquirers that yon are a Maccabee but that the valve is immersed in it. Solicited .
like their Early delivery can be made part of the .:. t- <
that you"don't just plan or way "< ,.:: ,
Any escape of air will be easily detected fruit trom this nantatlonhavtng been picked ':
of doing business. last month. Apply to _. '
the formation of bubbles.-Amer- ----"' rLii
\ Commanders of tents cannot be too careful ican ; -- '::.n 'i ;. '"'- ;'!'5-,
in properly testing" strangers who-- apply, CycliaLAmerl. G.C. MATTHAMS, 'Honesty and Fair Dealing" Our Motto. ,

for admia log; ... Wheels In England.A Florida Pineapple Company, 'Customers Sure to Get Their Money. ., i
Do not permit any sectional feeling to
., allow you to forget that you have a com well known English writer on cycle 5-21-97 West Palm Beach, Fla. Established in Jacksonville .
mon interest with your brother Sir Knight, topics comes out four square and ,

whether resides in Connecticut, Canada says that some of the American wheels for Eleven Years. ; ;.. ....,.f-er x:M-". 7.. ..,C", ;.- "
or California. All are members of the sold in England are. in every respect
.... same order, and the order belong to one equal to the British makes at the same Z1tbso1'i Q for flb.s $, in. Best pf References Furnished.ioai97

; .aj much as it.doa to the other price.American Cyclist.
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1 THE 1t1oOiiLESSON t This Date In ffistorjApnl 8. '.. ,. .. .' ESTABLISHED 1875.- --- .' ._, ,JII eroear RSMia.'L.. .

.1732-David. Bitteohcuae, eminent American t It : :, -, <: .' E"
,mathematician and astronomer, born at : ., iU .
III, SECOND QUARTER;INTERNATIONAL Germastown Pa-j- died iaKiiladelpti* "Willi n B U s & 'CO:; ANi? .U '" '
"" WgOL1R
'SERIES,APRIL (7:i.t 17864; f ? _* *.J? .'_ ,
1Bi8GaetinoDaalsetti, composer of"Loda '
.. f 1ir:1, ,;;f.r'., ... ,. .7 cI P : diLammermoor( ,":!:DonPaRaa1e; '' and

Text of the Lesson,..Hatlu xvil.1-9-, Mpm- c many gnmo Italy.1885Richard other. popular operas died. at Ber- Grain Garte Seeds and Fertilizers

; ory Tens, 13.- Golden TeJohn I, Grant White author and philologist ,. ,

died in New York city;born 132L < .. .... ; ,.
li..-_Comuentarr! by the Bev. IX If.. .. \ -
188The'eonthern states devastated by a tfEasi St Jacksonville "
Bay Florida.
StearDI.J e v" ;' 'gtornV I ".** -
Tornadoes in the north central states
: 18
[Copyright 1S9S.-by,D. M.' Stearns.1
'with storms-floods in the Fi1 ds- Ve
electric Handle Only theBcst_ and ,
; UostBelkbfc Seeds A Complete Stock of
1. "And after rix days Jesus taketh Pe-
sippi and Ohio rivers '
a -4 '
ter James and 'John .his brother, and 1396-Gcvernor Joshua H. Marrfl of Delaware r L
Hay Corn; Oats Fir: tytf Grits Meal
: Wheat
bringeth them up into an high mountain died Laurel; born 1825., General James ra ,
of and
apart. Luke says, "About an eight days L. Kemper'ex-governor Virginia "
after these sayings" (Luke ix doubtless ; ) one of the brigade leaders.In Picket. Cotton( Seed" !
died born 1823. HealBothBrpaoiDark, ;
including the day of the promise and charge at Gettysburg ; ,." y -
founder of the universal .
1307-Dr. Ton Stephen .
the day of the event, while Matthew and union died in Berlin;born 1S31.. AT WHOLESALE Wereceive t G tm--' :

Mark only mention the intervening days. state Agents'For Tygert-Aller{ Fertilizer Co. ;'- i ... ;,1/ '0 d.ygeu -

t :Mark says,::"Hetaketb J lht1 .." ... ,.. .5 _" 'k : ,
I How very besutifuliDoes I ; not your heart 'This Date'In"Ito :';:Apiil"9; Star Brand Ground FertiJiur Bone, Nitrate-Guaranteed Soda'Mnrtate Anal)ste, Orange Potash.Tree'Sulphate and Potaslr Vegetable Kainit.Fertilizer Etc., Pure 'fresh, F ." free.

say* "Lord take.me and,lead me, and I'll 1628-Francis Lord Bacon re- These Fertilizers have no Superior in the. Market and. a trial will coaTince. 1wherev
go with Thee all the,way?" Well be sure organizer of philosophy, Send for Catalogue, Free. 5 : 1002891p"1f"rVm ) Oysters ...
;.! that it, and do not question His in toWn.d
you mean died;born 156L r Y9 ,. .
love U, He leads you In the valley. These L"38-Butua Putnam.. soldier. ., 5 '
three were with Him when He raised the and principal founder"of .y
; little girl and when He was In the garden. Marietta, 0..born-in Button 9 .
,Mass;died in Market "' "' "' "' '
We xsanpot ;o.wi. h,Hlm unless we, are ta 1824. : fmnfmmmm"'m"H ; t-
., willing to go apart from the many who 1758-Fishe* Ames, statesman t Fish WouseTatMffcSd wl.if, ; vr'f""w. 1ft;
follow Him, and we will not enjoy His .and orator, born In Ded- U '. y, z -
fellowship unless we; have something ,of ham.. Mafia : 'died there. ncu& .-.-...- :.:.:. 1 factof3lf.f: 10 'i'v7'

His spirit of prayer, for Luke 1x28, says July !. 1m. ,-.. r:::::. ,..... ... .. _..... ..- ,......" .....-. "'" J ,,..,,_ Mi........_.. ...
that He went to pray. As we learn to live 1184-Ge rge HI ratified the first treaty with
alpne with film and for Him, we will find 'the United States after its independence f

I :M ourselves increasingly given. .to communion 1804 and'-Jacques father Necker of Mme.,famous de StaeL French. died financier;born M t-M \\f '

t with Him 1732. Tlie'Cty ti.'lf .. .
2. "And was transfigured before them, 1843-Adelina Maria dorinda Patti the open r C/'F1' t' Ri" ; W8l' _II

and His face did shine as the sun and Hla singer, born Madrid. ._ z .. _- 'ffa" 5' 'ii' ,
raiment was white as the light." Mark 1986.. -Lee surrendered to Grant at Appcma :rr. .
says that His raiment became shining exceeding 'tox, Va. f "- ** : ( "

white as snow. Luke says that lS89-Rear Admiral Thomas K. Patterson U. -sTAT !f A GENr FOr.::;:
the fashion of His countenance was altered s. N., retired died In Washington;born in '
New Orleans 1830. :E CEO. S. ADAMS PrDDT If
and His raiment was white and'glistering ;
1884-Severe gale and snowstorm on the coast ,
t \: (Jlarkjbc 8.L; te U, 29) It makes one of New England.and numerous.disasters o- rctMa >jPai
. ', : think of Him as He afterward appeared to to shipping. 'i- --. Lo' gm i 't ls
: John on Patmos some 60 years after His 18 5-W. Jennings Demorest, founder of Dem :; : ; DEALER IN ; :, _
t s ,: ascension (Rev. i,: 12.17). It is to me very orest'.}[agasiDe and national temperance I! -! .
interesting to observe that the word translated leader died; born' 1823- 'General T. A. I '

r I ,. "transfigured"used outside of this Harris Louisville.a:.Confederate: veteran" died" near. Florida and Western Heats, L1II79, :Brrck, Shing&ifi -,- .
i. '' record' in the gospels only in two other -".
1 .
h I! places-Horn. xii & and II Cor. lii 18. 12 r former'-Daniel' senator W. Voorhees from, noted'Ind politician.Da; died and la ,5 Armour's Star Hams Bacon ;;, C Y 1Watfd: Coal Tfifi',:

In the one the translation is "be trans- Washington;born 1827.TlilalDate ..
,'G formed" and in the other"are changed" : and and "
Bologna Tripe Pig'sFeet
, but in each case it refers to the believe : In History-April, ,
f. i' and our being changed more and more into I _: 1 3> .>Stcfcler's f 'F r e.rc.1 n.t-p fttiA' -,
17S6-Prince Eugene, famous 3- Agentfor
; the image of Christ In Romans it ii soldier and associate'; : .Domestic Poultry,.,Venison .4s .. '- .....IF. ,

f shown to be a work from within by the Marlborough, died; born ., -- 13 &ut 'Hogaf St'J &ksonvi11it'Ftof "lo.1.91,1' :
"' renewing of our minds,and in Corinth. 1663. and Wild Turkeys, Butter'and :
\..I ians it is said to be accomplished behold 1755-Samnel C. F. ''Hahne- ... ...
His mann. founder of homeopathy .1' .---. .. ., ... -,',.. -' -- ,' .... ,,-. ---... '
tear glory in the glass mirror of Hit r ; Eggs and a Full Line of '
I word. It seems to me that the beginning born in Saxony; ;= j;
died in Paris 1843.1808General .
t and,1levelopment..and"coni111Pntat1nn"of Horatio'Gat.. Vegetables. s
) = "T
, : the Christian life has but one secret andII .
died in New York a
that beholding Him."'f When to that, born in England in 172SL185aJohn \\L: :::: : f 1r ::1F BakeY Hk'1thes-
.... .
fair JmornlB wee shall :Indeed see Him" : Howard Payne/an- "GOIJ z.& m b' y'-.n..>"i'\: 'Or_ .j ..t;+... -.i' .
I II thou'we'shalUndeed be like Him.3. .. thor of "Home'Sweet Home" diEd' in -- ---.

{ id ; "And,'beholdt.there appeared unto 1 Tunis;born ITSi,. '::::. .
l them Moses and Elias talking with Him.'" .1858. -.Hon. Thomas H.Benton 90 years senator ..... ( WHOLESALE: DIALXR3: : $ DC
n We know that Moses died and was buried from Missouri died in Washington,aged 78.
r In the land of Moab (Deut,zxxiv, 6, 6)), 1883-General Manuel Gonzales ex-presidem : .Mail Orders from any Responsible 3' Seed t MedJ and FertiliZ
of the Mexican republic died in the dty Cotton r
p over 1,400 years before this, and ElIjah of Mexico; born 1820. w
'Parties in the
will Receive
was taken to heaven in a whirlwind and 1896-Oolonel John. A, Cookerill. the wellknown County -

probably in the chariot over 800 years before American journalist: died at Cairo == ..-.... Hay, Corn,' Oas( ,. "FMV, Feed, Grits aid lIe TaBuiIding '
! the only man except Enoch who had Egypt;born 1850. Governor John E. Jonesof Prompt Attention. .- .
as yet ever been excused from the appointment Nevada died at San Francisco;born 1840. :::: '. ..... .' --.4.. .. ,
of death (Heb. ix, 27). Yet here they 1897-The Grand Duke of Mecklenbarg-Schwe -- .. '. '
are alive and well and talking with Christof in died at, Cannes, France:born 185L -r- M 1eri t-- -

His death or decease,'or exodus, which r s

He was about to accomplish at Jerusalem This Date In HistoryApril1l.1113Treaty :-: ...'{ .': ?: -.. c t.. ;. ...... .:.:.:. -
Luke -
( ix, 31) Whether the believer dies Llin Brie i Cement; sad Plasternlg'Hsir.Guaranteed
is in of Utrecht and end of the war of A Specialty is Made pf Supplying .
or translated either, case it meant the Spanish succession. E. : : '
instantly with the Lord in such a life and .. '

such bliss as we cannot imagine (PhiL i, 1794 statesman-Edward,Everett born at Dorchester American,ideas:orator; died and .r. Winter Cottagers, Yachts, Private .. ToughO: LE lei. ,
21,' 23;,ill, 20 21), but all the blcssednesi -*. 1865.

and reality of that We are wholly due.t4. 1814 Napoleon Fontaine Dleaq. signed. the act .- 5: .Cars and Parties. ;: to Protect Horses and Cattle against FUef.
1 the work which our Lord Jesus finished of abdication. --
on Calvary. 1873 Major General Canby murdered b7 the -.-.. -0- 9.18 97 Office Mala'and1 Bay Sts.,'JaeksoHTllle; farldai :

., !' .4, "Then answered Peter, and said unto Modocs 1819. in the lava beds of Oregon; born .... .. .; .... .;-...", ---....... .
; Jesus Lord it is for be here. vr _
good us to 1877-Southern hotel burned at St.Louis over 11-18-97 ==, 1
,. .1 If-Thou wilt, let make here
us three tabernacles 100 deaths.1884Charlea. -
-one for Thee and one for Moses Beade English novelist and. .
. and one for Ellas. I think we may conclude dramatist,died;born 1814.. jljllllljlijlljlijlljlijlijlijlljI11Itjtillljlijlijl1jlljl! jl1 . . . . . . ."
. i from Judo ix that Moses had his resurrection 1393-Cyclonic storms in Kansas, Iowa. Nebraska '.' '. r. ,
;II body. If so, then he represented and Illinois; many deaths. .
i I the risen saints, while Elijah represented 1898-Ex-Gorernor Thomas M. Holt of NorthCarolina

j those who will not die but be translated died; born 183LThis f OYSTERS" -

i at our Lord's coming, the two representingthe LITTLE #

II+ whole heavenly company of the redeemed Date In History-April 12 1 .5 BROS. 1 .

in the kingdom when it shall have 65-Seneca the Roman philosopher .
.< come while Peter, James and John, three and early tutor of .,; Artv fitj!" & it ma: whwi} .v'.u cvi g.* ui--m FRESH. That 4 for

i righteous Jews, represent all Israel, a Nero killed himself by ti 9 ] ,
f f righteous nation on earth in the king that emperor's orders fertilizer pl05pae} (:
J J dom and this revelation is what our Lord 1704-Jacques Benigne Bossuet .. 'ii 11$
: ; promised in chapter xvi 23. bishop of Meauz and famous ; : gas. sT r-Isi*. l'>i-.v: :. ill'I'. jJ3iiriifja, ,:.. t J'n ler my j

I 5. "While he yet spake behold, a bright pulpit orator and t .Jacksonville; Florid;. 'a. "
t < : ,. ,
writer,died; born 1627. '" : -"y.: h. .V. ;ll t.1t. ter- I rl'- ,4H rertl )"1)1f." '11.
i i cloud overshadowed them, and behold a .
I r voice out of the cloud which said, This laMy 1765-Dr.thor of Edward"Night Thoughts.Young an" A \ r. : :ter for a gallon or a barrel j i. ..t. I .*- n at the City Dock.GARDNER'S i
i i; beloved Son. in whom 1 am well died; born 1684. \ \ '. !t
.. ,.' If you! are requiring Fertilizers for .
pleased. Hear ye Him. He is the true 1777-Henry Clay statesman (7.
tabernacle and temple and pillar of cloud. called the"Great Pacificaw.. TWEED.
Vegetables Etc
1'1 Pineapples write to
Bo is the fulfillment of all that Moses wad tor," born in Hanover. Va.; died 1852. HOUSE

to Israel or wrote for them. He is the .1830 Eev. Dr., Adoniram Judson missionary ', i l'ff"? us and we can give you more value ,
to Burma died; born 1783. L .
end of the law
: for
righteousness to I
that believeth. He is the Prophet everyone oi 1831 the-The civil first war.ehot at Sumter. ;,'beginning" of j : t t.ti-.l. /or #0 wwwez/ than any other Manufacturer : 1-6-98 FRANK C., j ', .U.! ER, Proprietor.

all prophets the Messenger God as none 1878-William 'M. Tweed the noted Tammany .
i other ever was or can be and God said to ,.boss" of the early seventies died in NeW w .; or Dealer in this State or .
7 Moses concerning Hint Whosoever w York city.1879General. i L. -
not hearken unto My words, which He Richard Taylor,only son of General from any other State. Write for pamphlets !X!)!)!)@

shall speak in My name 1 will require it Zachary Taylor and a noted Confederate
; of him" (Deut. xviii 18, HI). This is the .leader in the southwest, died: born prices,etc., to above address. 111297agsygg ..

second time that the Father testified from 1826.1892Mrs. --- ....
A. 8. Holmes the first white chil
j heaven as.to His delight in His Son, but born in Chicago died in Marshalltown la. .
now lie adds the command, "Hear ye
Him. Wo are not to hear what men think gLake 0 Wi
or say about Him, but to hear Him and This Date In History-April 13, WEYBBEOHT

t j: that is to hear God Himself, for the Father 1298-Issue! of the edict of Nantes granting t ,

told Him what to toy (John xii 49). toleration to Protestants. by Henry IV of
6, 7. "And when]the disciples heard it France,, Dealer in Hardware,
1743-Thomas Jefferson born near Charlottesville Worth Ice Works
I they fell on their face and were sore afraid.
And Jesus Va Plumber Steam and Gas
came and touched" them and 1759-Georg Friedrich Handel, or Haendel.the Fitter Mixed Faints,
said, Arise and be
f not afraid. So He oi
famous German composer,died in London
His angel did to Daniel, and He Himself: born in Halle, Feb. ::s. 1685. : Tin Copper aid SHet 1m Wit.

surely did to John on Patmos (Dan. viii 1782-General Alexander :Macomb, hero of ... Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper of. '. .. :. ,
18; x, 8, 18; Rev. i, 17)). He gives Hit Plattsburg, born in Detroit; died 184L '

people no cause to fear. Why is it that w Shave 1817-George Jacob Holyoake, English reformer Dealer in
so many fears How we must grieve deist, etc., born in Birmingham. -." ''' Pumps Pipe Fittings, and General Plumbing Supplies,TIB Wtw,lgat
Him I He 1868 The British stormed and captured Mag- Ware and House Furnishing of Every Kind.
that He will
says never remember I--&w. .
dala Abyssinia Theodore
our sins. It shows great lack of confidence ; King repute .. '
descendent of Solomon and the -
queen o
: in Him for us to fear or to think Sheba killed himself. AGENT FOR THE
4 that He will He that __ ,_ cioR iliBAtH pLAiti
J says we are blessed 1880-Samuel Jackson Randall statesman diet a .. .
with all spiritual blessings in Him. It ig in Washington; born 1828. C' .. ,.. .. _,._ __-

surely dishonoring to Hint for us to question 1894-David Dudley Field, eminent American .]AND:
it. He tells us that since He so loved jurist died in New York city; born 1S05. Estimates for Work and Mat rI&t One or both" promptly'
us as to give Himself for us He can there General Joseph Brevard Kershaw,a distiu
fore withhold guished Confederate veteran died at Cam Farn'itfhdd. l.31tf.
no good thing. Faith just
den,8.C.born182A' .
believes It. and is happy because He says ISflT-Mra.: Elizabeth WEST PA Hiyr BESAOIl. FLOeDJA.
B. Tilton wife of Theo :
.... .
60.f Core Tilton died in Brooklyn; born 1835. Distilled ... '-' ,. .. .. .. .
f i: 8.And when they had lifted up the C WaterJ --- -- -

j;: 'r eyes they saw no man save Jesus only" This Date

i' ; What a powerful life word this is, and ..In.History-April, ,
what peace and victory to;;see Jesus only 14n-n chard Neville famous a -
in redemption, and to sanctification, its earl(Imrwidr., known as ,- .:.. :
Do S:1
n,j "The Kingmaker," killedat you want a AMIOA nOWc
wo will see'}Jesus only as the center of all the battle of Barnet. R. A. HcPHERRIN, Proprietor.
glory of hcaven I In
redemption and 1696-Mme.de Sevigne famous j '. .
daily o our temptation is to see feelings writer of "Letters," died; ; "' \ f : f' .- ,

c''1 and experiences and people but thus there born 1 16.lS6lFor'Sumter. have tHem to sell and if we have
is no rest. We must see that His finished taken possession >> none
work is all that God asks and that we of by Confederates, on hand to suit we can build......
need and His word all the assurance that the Federals marching out FACTORY. AT- : < JUST
is necessary, and learn to sing always with the honors of war. / '" WHAT YOUWAITT..
"Behold, God is salvation. The Commandant and garrisen
my of Fort Sumter did memos 3. We are also prepared to furnish _
9. "And as they came down from "
mountain Jesus evacuated
; charged them saylnTeil .
\ the vision to no man until the Son of These terms were refused until a bomber y Jaa-3.98 Pumping Outfits
Man be risen again from the dead. Even meat of nearly two days showed him that Irrigation;:
; if wo may not fully understand we may the fort was untenable and ha had no prospect

\{ reason be sure for that this there charge was(Ezck.some. xiv very 23).good It 1865 by-President Wilkes of immediate Booth.Abraham relief.Lincoln assassinate. Write or call. on'as for Anything in burttneltitt: jod 'nwcl.

is not always for us to understand, but always 1894-Senator -
I 'to obey (Isa. i, 19). The other disciples of North Carolina Zebulon,B."anee.died in,Washington ex-governo; MerrUl-Ste1 % G
j Engmeerin'
at the foot of the mount with their bornlSJU. General Henry Warner Slocum. Strawberry Plants i;
difficulty is suggestive of many difficulties a distingnished Union veteran died i s
i that shall not be solved till He shall comeibu' Brooklyn; born 18 7. Jacksonville Pi rida.
more faith might solve more. Meantime ISflo-ProIesaor James Dwight Dana of Yak All Varieties ,
died at New Haven; born 1813. best suited to Florida and the East Coast. Send to JOHN B. BEACH '

I give offense.we must pay. taxes cheerfully we 1B9-OUver Coswell. widely known blind dea, & CO., MELBOURNE FLORIDA for Special PricelList: just out. Propvie tor JACKSONVIItE; MARINE .
mute died RAILWAYS. -
Newport. .;--born-Io33. PLANTS AB.GE.AND.HE.ALTBY' 101.97 .



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' ,The common Florida lime is said by The New York ,ruitman'l '.Guide in Kingsland & Com took 'TH'EEARM N HOUSe-

'experts to be the best of its family in speaking about pineapple prospects says: :
that makes it'valuable.It .
every quality "The pineapple season will soon open. Is for Winter Travel.. ,
now open ;
U of medium abe, a nice shape,_f nilft There are a few pines, now in, the mark %*
juice, quick growth, and has"one i, coming from the West _Indies but No. 5 Fulton Market, NEW YORK Best: of .oeomrnodatiox <
[of the pleasantest adds known for makicg Table :Best: the Market J&ffbrdUar
they are scarce and bring good prices. ,
a palaf 6le beverage. One of ordinary Havana pines,will begin to arrive freely --baths in. CexjinegtioruRates '

sin Is enough to mate a large sized about the middle of-April, but owing to Reasonable. Short Distance from the"Depot. .

glaasa of "limeade," and, on this account the state of affairs in Cuba and the present

i is one of the most''economical of strained relations with Spain, arrivals flottida Fish Addre. s-- MRS. S. E. BARMAN .,
t. fruits to use for add drinks, as none of will be much'smaller than in former ( ,_ '
J It is waked. The fact'that- it can be eas. years.'* 114-97 WEST PALM! BEACH FlX

fly squeezed with the fingers alone is "The Florida crop has been greatl

i also a point in its favor, when a person injured by frost, and will not be ready A. it ;;.0.,)

I trants a drink in,a hurry, and squeezers in any quantity until the middle of July. Speeialty. lBRELSFORD

Ere not convenient About half a crop is expected, and the :BROS. :fry:
The shriveled little dwarf lime of pines themselves will run very small, !

Mexico is the favorite add employed in owing to the severe setback given to the Cozssigamsnb Solicited.' 11-18-9T

nuking the "sours" of California,, and plants by cold weather.'! Real Estate and-- Insurance

sees to be preferred to lemons in many As to the crop here the injury by frost ,
,... private houses, owing to its mild,flavor has turned out not nearly as bad as at ., ,,co":,, ,
yet His rare to find the handsome juicy first feared and the prospects are that NEW SEMINOLE HOTEL Palm, Beach, Florida. t ::

lime of Florida in any.sort' of a house his: section will have considerably: more

oa the Atlantic Coast of the 'United than half a crop and of better sized pines Notary FublicCottages, to Rent.,

States. Why might be asked. The than: at first expected. Brick Hotel in :
Only Town.
6.1.97 Post-Offiee North ofl'oil1eI }Mot 1.AMr .
reasons, no doubt are various but the From the prospects of a scarcity of Building

main one-is that no determined effort pines in the northern markets this summer WEST PALM BEAOH, FLA.
hu been made, to introduce it to the -
prices should be high enough to net
notice of recently been completed built in the most sab- t
hotel keepers proprietors of this ,
our growers fully as much for their THE SEAIINOLE.'Has ,.sroit3s. .
furnished situatedon
restaurants and barrooms
or. advertise season's crop' as they received for last manner .elegantly ;
its merits among private:,families. year's crop if not a little more. high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding magnificent,unobstruct .1885-
We have an idea that U the .excellent ed view each way and guests enjoy perpetual breezes from all directions. .

qualities of the lime were made knownit *1* Cuisine and:Service Strictly Firat-Clasa.
would the lemon f MeKlnlej and Lee. S &
supplant among amUies -
OB the ground of economy alone. '--- >.. Rates |2 per day oil up. Special Rites- by tie Week or KostL JiSTOR.ER Q.

lemons are worth at least xo cents a President McKinley not only trusted GEORGE ZAPF :Manager. .. ,
discretionand "
General tee's wisdom and ,
dozen at retail, while: two dozen limes 114tT
admired his but foresaw Wholesale Commission Dealers '
can be obtained for that sum, :and .y teach courage -
that if trouble to arise at Havana,
lime is as good as a' lemon. This the there were of a distinguished POPE McLAURIN.JACKSONYILLE. FLORIDA and Shippers of all Kinds of ,!
is a saving which poor families.at least, presence J
Democrat and Ex-Confedenue the .
would like to make for a dime is an important : ,
matter to them these hard times. chief representative of a Republican ad- Fruits and Produce Lobsters : :
ministration wholesome
would have a most ,
Were they made'acquainted ;with the .
cooling and medicinal_qualities of limes effect upon public opinion in the

as well as their low'price, they would i United States. Bow well the foresight Commission Merchants.Fancy :
be of the President has been justified by Fresh Fish :
apparently glad the opportunity to : :
all the world knows. General : :
events Grades of
them U -at
purchase only to use their fiattep and Cheese. :
meals.A Lee is now a national hero, and he be- ..r .
drink of limeade in longs to the North as well as to the We Solicit'Your Business. '
the morning is
aa excellent mild aperient and 'one ,of South.-Chicago Times-Herald. I We only solicit the business ol Merchants and Will Not fill orders from Consumer-they :. ,-: "' ---- :"- ': 'Turtl--
should from their home dealers
the best that can be taken if the systemis ... buy 14197KD. !.......

In the least feverish or the mouth The Farmer In the Lighthouse.A ,

thirsty. Half a lime is often sufficientfor ,.. Particular Attention paid to consignments from Florida.. .. _,,,.. __ .
its adds farmer had secured S. HAINES. K.S. BAINIS.flAINES .
a drink being stronger than an appointment :
11.18.97 IS Fulton Fish Market MEW YORK.
that of lemons so that limes are about ss lightkeeper in a Maine coast light B1 OTt1E S *
the cheapest material known for making house. The first night he went on duty ,

cooling, palatable beverages.Jackson he lighted up promptly at dusk and at .

title Metropolis. II o'clock carefully 'extinguished the Machinists| and Engine s. T v. : ::
e lamp. The next day of course, there I ) '
Plant and 'laI... was trouble and when' he was taken to -AGENTS FOR- ,
task he replied that he supposed 10
The Kbsimmee has
Valley-Gazette The Gas Engine and Power Company. -
the following about ,the developers of o'clock was late enough to keep the light "-Manufacturer of and Dealer In ,
Florida: going, as he thought that all honest men Repair Parts for their Motor in Stock. ",

Flagler and Plant, Disston and Chip should be in bed at that hour.-Boston

Uy, were a marvelous .quartette. Had Herald. -__*Sp._ Construction and Repair of Intricate Machinery a Specialty. YELLOW PINE LUMBER

neither of them set foot in Florida what THEY SAY- :: .... .- '

A would the State be? Disston and Chip- That more women than men die of OUR SPECIALTIES:
ley played a minor part but one of great old age

value and died Iq harness; the former That 'accidents kill ten men to one Repairing.... Installing.... .And Timbef. ,..i
before he had set the seal of success up. -

oa his work, and the latter after years of woman. Gas Gasoline, Naphtha,KeroComplete, Isolated Lightingsene '
accomplished usefulness. and That you might almost as well be run Vapor, Hot-Air and and Pumping Plants for do. Mouldings, Turned Work Fancy Scroll Work, ,',
Flagler over by a train as to step on one. Steam Engines, and Scales of mestic use operated by gas, Pickets, Lath Orange and Vegetable Crates.
Plant still remain the champion caterers all makes and capacities. gasoline, steam or water. J
and carriers and Pullman pioneers of That the smaller the foot, the shorter :
the skirt. Inventors' Models Constfueted with S. y ey and Dispatch. Jacksonville Florida. 10-28.97
the western world, inexhaustible in energy : I ,
and millions struggling with the That 30,000,000,000 cigarettes have

tenacity and power of giants for the been sold in the past ten years. Works'Street
commercial supremacy of the State. That now is the time to pray for peace 1021.97 Foot :?:Liberty Ja (50 ? ills, Florida.

Masters of the art of transportation and and load rifle.
your The SonthofR Fuel and
stuffing moneyed mouths with costly That the older the joke the easier to
rations;they vie with each other for the
it off as new.
bodies and luggage and appetites of a pass Wholesale And Retail Dealer In-,.
I That one man in this: town can shingle The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
nomadic public. As a carrier, Plant ex-
celt the Southern Express Company your house, your hair or your boy but Wood Goal Coke Brick Lime Cement
has not yet hung out his shingle. ,
alone giving him an easy lead, but u a
caterer Flagler has distanced his rival, That some children eat too much cau- E. SUDLOW, Gen'l Manager. Shingles and Laths.

Plant may log more baggage and bodies dy and then don'tet enough. '

about but Flagler fills more stomachsand That American girls have the smallest -
listens to more tired, but happy and hands of any women in the world Pineapple and Vegetable fertilizers. Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick._ .

profitable mores. Signs are visible ol -and can do the most with them.
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an inequality the push of the respect* That the paper with the greatest circulation -
Ammonia 5-6 per cent. I Ammonia 5-6 per cent.
Ive colossi Plant seems to be resting is the paper of tobacco.
his content to well Available P. A. 4-5 per cent. Available P. A. 6-8 per cent. Office 408 West Bay Street
on oars enjoy a [
That woman, at last, has a place to I
earned repose and his dividends, and to Potash K. 9 O. 7.8 per cent. Potash K. 8 0.9-10 per ceDt. I
scratch matches like a man. Jacksonville Florida
have reached a terminus to his transportation 102897"New ,
and carsvansery facilities. Not That the dude's only use, so far is to Cotton (Seed
to with Flagler. The end of his tether ,act as a horrible example.

is a long way ahead of him, dangling I That a trial jury is not always a box .....Quantities.,.

across the sea and he is bent on foreign social. Special attention given to private formulas. Process1' Blue Flame Oil Stoves

operations on cul-de-sac caravanseries That consistency is a lost jewel. 1:-16.97 &-Send for Pamphlet and prices. W; F. ARMSTRONG, JR., Agent.

whence his victims cannot depart on That the police station is not the most ,
the next train. The' spurt of these Titansis popular club house.
a a Miami on Bay Biscayne Florida Standard Li Stones
ht'gCo's Vapor
the life of Florida,
That Easter will celebrate the resur
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tOl iulaffll I The Most Southern Railroad Point in
A Profitable Fruit. rection of many a last year's bonnet.
-,.. That it is a good idea to practice what J the United States. OUR EAST COAST AGENTS: _

An exchange recites that many of the you preach; Accommodations for 200 Guests. Hotel Homelike and Comfortable. J H Niver,Daytona J C Frink, Stuart
estates on the warm southern slopes of S. GRAHAM I I W P Shryock, New Smyrna M E Gruber West Palm Beach
Madeira Island formerly covered with That some folks want to do all the 13-16-97 Proprietor. Frank T Budge, Titnsville M B Lyman, Lantana
reaching and let others do the prac- Edward Stiling, Cocoa Stranahan & Co, Fort LauderdaleGeo ,
vineyards, have been made systemati icing. F Paddison & Co Ean Gallic Jordan & Spivey Lemon City
tally planted with the cherimoya, a That malaria Hodgson Bros. Eau Gallic D R Knight. Lemon City 4-., .
tropical tree fruit. A tingle specimenof never affects mosquitoesor U. D. HENDRICKSON A Y W Hogg & Co, Fort Pierce Frank T Budge, Miami
1 the fruit sells in the London marketat angels. Geo E,Coon, Jensen W W Culbertsod" Cocoanut Grove .

from $1.50 to $2.50 and even more, That the first thing a man learns up
and weighs between three and eight i I in Alaska is to keep cool. I General Merchandise.Wholesale The Raymond D, Knight Co.

pounds. The Journal of the Jamacia i That you should be careful how you I
Agricultural Society suggests the Jama- treat tramps for some of them may be Oils ,

clans give the cultivation of the cherimoya -. anhorsin disguise. Gasolines, 76 and, 86. Suit, Groceries, Faints t Citify 0 i 10-21-97 Jacksonville, Florida.

more attention. It grows and That the Pocahontas story may be ,
does well in the mountains of that fase but nevertheless John Smith was -
island. saved. Hats, Can Sloes, Dry Ms Seedy 1 nnnSewin

The cherimoya or custard apple, as That some'men will never get nearer
it is sometimes called! grows and lipens the Klondike than putting ice in a re- [ Machine gard are. THOSI: NOONEY & SONS

., its fruits iq sheltered sections .in Southern frigerator.That .
l'il California. There are a number of Agent for Mapcs'and Wi11iam.*
womankind seems to be one of Fertilizers..
these trees in Santa Barbara County and .
the evils Commission Merchants7
necessary ;
in the Caheeaga Valley. It might pay Anti-Friction Iron Marine RailwayFor
our fruit growers who have a suitable That mankind is undoubtedly another Boats 7$Feet in length and Under. -,
climate to plant a few of these trees, and bigger evil;
although it would not be wise to expect Steamers -, -IMPORTERS-
a very large demand for the fruit, at That, of two evils. you should always "Lake Worth" and "Gladys"On -.. y
least not until consumers should have begun choose the least. and Domestic /" !'
to acquire a taste for it.-California That there are both men of mark in Lake Worth. I
..-. this country and men that can write.
'Schooner "MARY B," regularly between Lake Worth and Jacksonville Fruits and Produce
Forty-five thousand people it is estimated That some men would sooner lose
by a well known authority in such their wife than their cook. Free Delivery Boat on Lake Worth. ,
matters die of typhoid fever in the Lake Worth Florida.ZQriG .
That no one gets than the 12.1.07 ,
United States every year; and yet while hungrier WHOLE
calmly ignoring the dreadful ravages of editor of a Texas temperance paper. -CROCERS
1 this baffling disease, we go into a colt I
perspiration at the mere mention of That it may be all right to give the for io sun ,

"t cholera or yellow fever,-Ex.' devil his dues, but there are others., TAOKSO2TVILLE: : FLORIDA 1027**

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6 THE TROPICAL; UN/WE5TPALMlBEACHFIXMDATHIJBSDAY: APRIL 14, 1898.WEST _' :: :'_:::: ':.9' ,Mt -:..- 'p..'
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f ,. PUJf A1mD FAC'rsntl 7- .Good Orange.Land. : -; J

., 1 t.t fj'I J Dpt 41. nn. Nei YOrk TailoribgCoP '; ; -1. : ':. 1" _' "" < 1 'I' '' j "

4 r tty. Il. 5ayinga Il1t..pear. 8d With: A trip last week>to fLinton disclosedthe
111' *- in.Br
'f' a
Price Tailors. J. .; > Iriua.BUa1, :a. .' fact that the pinlapples there i were l rotlititllii l r : #l

last win-
NOTICE! Dr. J:A'Pugh: Dentist, practically unhurt by the frost

:;! J'AtM BEACH, FLORIDA.. will leave May 1St for North.Carolina to ter.. _This is in spite of the:fact that allthe

take up'his practice there at BrySon City :fields 1 are P practically on the level,

::> Suits to order, $16 aid $20. and Murphy, ,Prices to suit everyone. and,many are, small. ,clearings in the GoodsHous' (:
GUY I t, METCALF. Don't fail to call before be leaves.. Popular Dry t
woods, just the very places for a still
EDITOR AND MANAGER. Trousers to ord e r, $4 aid .$5. Teacher-Who put thud pfn In my chair? frost to drop vintor From what I saw I Florida _
Small Boy-What do I get if I torn state's u Jacksonville, -
should wouldbe
not consider,that.the crop
? Xer York JonrnaL -_ .
YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION, ,$2 shortened io percent by the effectsof Goods
I Samples and Measuring Blanks Fine Groceries, and plenty:'of them, the cold. The soil west of the 'rail Tie Leading! Dry House ,;

sent by mail. .- : : at Clematis Avenue Supply Store.
road is of the same fine texture as that to

.. Farmer Hodge (ia Birmingham): "Don't .
be found in the interior and 'sparingly ; ia the State. :}
-' Eo 'If these cable cars" -kill people pretty'S often- roundhel't north of here along the coast The subsoil -
\Bonn j? ,
t 17 East Bay Street, Sonny "No;only once=Ex is yellcw and from 6 inches to 2 feet 1 Largest Stock The Newest tyl s'j'

,.. of the surface, and the growth very good The
for Butterick
Sheets to '
Mrs. M. G. Macdonald,.Agent! Jackson- yellow pine for this section, with a goodoak S at the ,Lowest Prices., ,_":

10-21-97 J JACKSONVILLE'" .FLA.. villa, Fla. scrub undergrowth.. On the whole Tri ail whom request we will dead samples ree-or char&e. j

AMONG OUR CHUEOHES. > S this is a.very good"quality'of' pineappleland PREPAY'Express Charges : all
He Got It: "The fact is,. said Dawson, "Imarried WE ''i
-I.' and better still the the amount of l5-oo or orer,
because I,was lonely..To put it tersely perhaps just orders to :
Tune :and Place of Services Special EASTER SERVICES ,I married for sympathy.." "well,old man," same identical'soil which is used in the when money accompanies the order. :?;

Notices, Week-Day and Sunday __ .1' _- replied his friend Haley,*.*yoa certainly, hare interior,so much for orange growing, Best Equipped Mail Order Department-
mineChicago News.videnee The ,
+! i ,Meetings. and which is so scarce on this coast as to ?\
Easter,was modestly observed at the IIUCk ti Goods Are Not u We8i7.
.. ",' Dbnt ''OLIVER'S'iwhenyou Write for Samples and Trr it.Tour Mone; '
s -- Congregational church last Sunday. forget J/F. be 1most'a curiosity.: It is a soil which 7

I, Eplsjopal Soviets.rw The church was tastefully decorated want Fancy Groceries, : will hold'moisture better than our ordinary .-&espectfolly-

with flowers kindly furnished by the A simple .Programmer The Missionary,I coarse sand and the yellow subsoil :

.> ;Krl5COf CnciCB-Bethesda-by-the-Sea. gardener of the Poinciana' grounds and "My friend,,what would you do if yon expected seems to ,be almost indispensable to COHEN BROTHERS' :
I REV.J.N.MUI.FOD, Rector. the cud of the world In ten days?"'
REV.l- l'rrs-J AMES Hw DRV,Ass't Mlni-ter. by other friends.. Mr. Ingersoll and The Tramp: "Walt for It."Puck. healthy citrus trees,'

.' Service testy Sunday morning at n o'clock. Miss Earnest rendered some beautiful I G. J.Ferno has a 'promising io acre GOODSJacksonvilleFlorida. NODS ;

A bunch_lit run rerolarly connection,lean duets; their rich voices blend perfectly at Only Clematis Bakery Avenue in town Supply, and Store.a good one, '. grove recently planted ,and while he is I POPULSR DRY i =

tag Vest I'alru Beach city dock at 10:30! Fare and the effect was pleasing and uplift a beginner in this business and will learn, .

or tbo rouml trip io cents. An insinuation. Geraldine: "I would't mar in fact has, learned already by experience 10-28-97 <
Basday School at 3 p.et.y ing. ry yon if I lived to be a hundred years old." -
The pastor preached an Easter sermon ,the start he has made is very
Gerald: "Well, you've got sixty years tochange
in the from the text ." creditable. The conditions are such .
W BzOTCKXHOou or ST. ASDREW.-Meet* onthe'Second evening "Come see your mlnd --Truth.NOTICEt. ...
I the where the Lord that with ordinary cart he will make a
and Fourth Wednesday of each place lay emphasizing !, : Signal Stations Along the East Coast.,
I m Dtll. L.F.HINDRY Director. the interest of all Christendom in successful grove in five years withoutfail. _. WhidtiiifsIs Marki'
:, Great Slaughter ,in prices ,of ,Dental --.1' ----
W.Y.AIIsnol'o.1a.. Seeretary.p. : This is the time allowed in interior
since that Easter
place morning, as Work. J. A. PUSH, D. D. S.Dumleigb It is quite likely that within a very
shown in the terrific struggles of the cru barring, freezes, and here there stations '
,. : "1 came down the street with short time the erection of signal Prepared to Supply
.H. ChuP'h, South. saders rescue the tomb from the hand are no citrus freezes to bar and one box
111"8 s Suiiler this afternoon;but the team all along the Florida coast will begin. *
t Service trill bo held in the Knight of Pyt h- of the infidel and now in the Holy City made such a noise I couldn't hear myself is worth two there, as they are safe from These stations will be manned by the you with -- ','-

t t (>Hall on the First,Third and Fourth Sundays where above all else the :garden where talk." Wickers: "That was .awful. wasn't b damage,every winter.. Since the failure which is ->

ot each m.u;b at it a. m.and 7:30 p. m. Every the tomb was is'of special interestmorethan ; it, when you: enjoy it so much.1'-Boston of the Land Syndicate, many places Naval Militia of the State the, signalsthat Geed Meats at tiling Hm, :
cac cordially! inY tell to attend. "I was glad Transcript. busily engaged practicing
z all interest is have been abandoned, in fact fully l/2
felt because it
trbcn they raid unto me let us go into the house our will be.used in such service. It is 1)or It
ur the J.crc1." Ru.J.R..WALEp,Pastor. was an empty tomb which was proof of Boat building done right at home, in the pine fields show absolute neglect and stated that stations as far south as Cape CJCzes1l, ,

.,.r.,......,............ Christ's divinity and power over death, the most approved manner; good workmanship but three or four truckers are at work. Florida. 1Jesf
and at living prices. Call on Canaveral, on the east coast! of ,
8usrtLe')g'Sta !lodge, flo. 46, also of the,validity in Him as a Savior; Capt. A.T!R se.FirMt However I saw as fine strawberry plants will be in what is known as district No 4. !,ouZtI'J '
His resurection shall also and tomatoes in bearing on Peter Peter.son's -
ot through we ;
Knights Pythias, beach where
aUzen-"He's Rt> Houses will be built on the ,
a strong 1)ublicaJ1oIn't dIn eggs.
muck farm, conld be' asked fore
death and in Him into as
.Meet*every Ft Way.Night at 7:00: p.DutandardtlD.e conquer nse an her* Second Citizen: "Decidedly ]I naval officers will be stationed with tele-

.. .. ; Visiting''Cu4'tllall bribers over Public cordially School Invite Building. immortal life. ... .. :even indorses the Dingley dellcl t.'=Puck. disease anywhere of,any entirely sort.free Other from farms insects were or scopes to keep watch and report head- Native ,Meats. a special! '

Poinciana Studio closes April 2oth. ships sighted at sea.
JA. PcG,C.C. also quarters
'\'.L WtnlolR'u,X,of R. & S. 2497lGEN. Resolutions of Thanks. Special rates to home trade very promising, though his was the These stations wilt of course be connected Your Patronage Solicited :;
..._.. best and farthest advanced. He had a
t "1 told beet, would lay the world at her with a Government telegraphline
At a recent service at the Congregational portion of his field staked, and the vines Market on Banyan Strasi?
F feet "What did she nay*" "She said if I and at each station there, will be a
FITZHUGH LEE. Church the stood,five feet high, and loaded with -:
following resolutionswere was that athletic 1, ought to be travelingwith PALM
.. adopted: a show."-Tit'Bits.: fruit. 'On,the whole I was surprised and telegraph operator.In 11-12: WEST BEACI, -.
: the event of war, things'would be
The ovations
w given Consul Gen. Lee
Resolved the members of thisChurch impressed with two things, the escape of
Watch and
jewelry! firstclass
ng by kept lively along the East Coast.-Indian -
., .on bU route from Tampa to Washington ; and congregation, that,, our sin "workmen,., aud guaranteed, ,, atIdiier the place from cold and the.orange;land
s Advocate.
show bow the hearts of the River The Dade state1
near Amen
.:a cere thanks are hereby given to the & Son'sT back, which is a very scarce article County
can people, regardless of party, the conduct I, in this and when found -it.
county, shouldin
members of the Palm Beach Congregational "Your bun Lt au actor, you sayMr Jlagln-
of General Lee in the tr)ing position Church to Dr. E. B. Webb, and to nis?" "Faith, he fa." "And what role,does my opinion be? highly valued. Change In Steamboat Schedule., Palm Beach, FhrtQ&Authorized

he has recently filled has placed he 1lay"Roll ,is It? Faith he roll up the B. Beach.
all subscribers, for their generous assistance John On Tuesday, April iztb, steamer Se
him. ,Courage, tadand'ability .far beyoud in seating and furnishing our curtain/Tit-Bita., -. ------.r?____ bastion will be withdrawn from the Capital $100QQ&Paid ;

the average Diplomat or Statescwaha The Sailor's Funeral. ,
church. Remember Dr*Pugh, Our Boss Dentist route. Steamer St. Augustine will leave
:,; marked his admtnistration of leaves the 1st of May. ,Don't fail to ." Up Capital !/$,{ -
Titusville and Siturdays
the affairs entrusted to him in Cuba. Also the following: have all dental work done before, that The interment of a deceased sailor Tuesdays, Thursdays -
: date. Hard time on arrival of].,T. &K. W. train '
The Evening Sun. (N. Y.) a republi i Resolved, By the members of this prices. from H. M. S. Cordelia on Thursday afternoon OFFICERS:
< for St. Lucie nver. ,Leave, SkLuc
can paper, in a recent editorial saysunion church and congregation, that we extend The Jilting EvldenceHattIIaude was a touching and impressive E. N.,DIMICK, President.. '}

ocher things "but, Lee was a polItician our hearty thanks to the generous doesn't show her age at all does she?" Ella event A steam lauch towing two o(the river Wednesdays, Fridays aid Sundays, U. D. HEHDRICKSON, Viee-Pres id a .

by training at well as a soldier.He donor of the money with which we are out"No cf; but the you family can Bible.nee where"-Chicago the scratched News. it ships large boats, all three, filled with arriving and at Mondays Titusville, connecting Thursdays with Saturdays ]-. GEO. L. BRAHNIHG, Cookie.

4: bad also what may be termed the enabled to pay off the debt on our par- those who were to pay the last sad rites

_ nocial qualification a fine ar.d winningaddreks sonale.r Rough Lumber Cheap.-A few car. to their comrade came to Corbett's T.&K. W. train. Freight steamer Delia Branch Office at West Palm BI
r leads stick mill Gifford. will with St.
on at at Will connect Augustine atSewall's
perfect breeding and the erpeience GRANT M. SHERBOX, Clerk. wharf and formed, a procession with a
be sold very low.-G. F. Paddison & Point for Palm Beach Wednesdays Office Hours From io a.me to I p.: :
; of a man of the world; probablyno WM. J. CADY, Pastor. Co lau: Gallie, Fla. 2 16 tf. squad of marines in full uniform of rand

!II' : more efficient and accomplished representative Voted, April io, 1898. white in the lead with reversed and Sundays. There will be no General Banking Qusinsss raceCollectioaepromptlyeemitted !
I "Mamma.I guess knots why Mr. Bnnsby boat from Titusville Monday, April nth '
,, could have been sett to, Havana. .. bits iu the front row at the theater.!' "1VD y, muskets these were followed by a company oa tide II

j ." Services next Sunday at the Congregational my dear'* "So everybody can see that he's of sailors in white, six of whom receIpt. Drafts bought and sold oa the pi -

I ThatLee has maintained the- dignity Church at the usual hours. got a little., hair left behind."-PittsburgChronicle. 1 bore the remains of their comrade upon WHEN in Jacksonville be sure and sis dpal cities of the United States. 4-23-8?

and honor of tbe United States, as far as Sunday School at io a, nt.Preaching at their shoulders. Next followed theca- it your Old Friend, who will surprise

he had authority without W.\a.u TO PURCHASE FLORIDAuiUulv. Bets, midshipmen and officers in full I you with Bargains in
R, i"! 1 goes: saying ii a m. At 6530; a special service of the
; ; and that he is deserving of everyrecognition Christian Endeavor will be held. The P .-Persons; cwning farms or- uniform. In this order the command Dry Goods Clothing andGents' Clematis Avenue
wine l:::nes, send full description and
) I I aud honor due an Americanpatriot proceeded to the, Cathedral where Fui nl. lUgs...... ..,
subject will be,"Lessons From the Livesof price u> J. V. Bond, Box 181, Dayton, ser- ??,?
!\ ". cannot be questioned. Ohio. vice was held, Father Mahr Manager,
I ; Grat Missionaries". It is anticipatedthat officiating ii Bridge Street,Near Bay. Supply Store*---::
: Aft:*s the.service. the ll-ia-07 JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA
i r------- .* the meeting will be one of great interest 'Short atrdavreet,"it-marked the grocer,as procession again

: I THE WAR CLOUD Evening Subject "Jerusalem's S he tied up fifteen ounc u of sugar and markedit formed with an escort of United Statestroops ::-West Palm leach, ,Florldli

-.. Great Opportunity And its Lessons." one pound-Ex. from the-5th, infantry and preceded '
i And still the clouds low and ) by the ist artillery band. A representative.n J., D. MA THIS, PAea r/giot. _i:
hang Mr.D.R. Ingersoll who has charge of the Pine Apple Covering-If you contem.plate in every city and ,
,, portentious mutterings are heard in the music now and Miss Belle Earnest will 1 covering your pines ante us for As the cortege passed down Bay streetthe \\ValiteEl n t town in the State I (SocctsMr U Braanla['.Bakery u4 Gntttj b)::

air. President McKinley's message, sing both morning and evening.. All ate prices on lumber lath aud wire. Can sight was one long to be rememberedand to represent our My Motto-MJulck Sales and Small Profiu.,

while au excellent epitome of the hi s- invited. furnish promptly and cheap.-G. I". many of the ship's company who firm to solicit

torj of Spaia's cruelty and atrocities, Paddison & Co., Eau Gallic Fla. viewed the passing procession with uncovered (,OD8ig.D eDt8. '\ 'e will pay a goodcommission. Bahery Goods and

1 i does not seem to clearly point the way The sharpie "Narene"and the sloop"Gadabout" --0--- 2-10 eow St. heads, the band playing a solemn Write us, for particulars FamiyGroceri! es
had a trial of speed Stencils 0
out to save American Honor. Congress yesterday Came Back to Shiver. funeral march, it was observed sent on application.
with a young lady at the helm of --- ,...:My Specialty
looks upon it with disfavor as not meet- that tears flowed down those bronzed
each and the Narene came in ahead win Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wheeler returned Albert J.Bucky& Co.
teg with public sentiment upon vital cheeks, all unused to weep. Goods delivered free to part
t nisg the prize for her from a winter's visit in Florida Satur any
questions pertaining to America's honor. skipperess. day They left pleasant skies and warmbreezes Col,,Rawles, in command at, the Barracks The Brokers and of the City or across the Lake.

It is doubtful\ if Congress will test in the .. -', -.' and reached Ohio just in time to had tendered the escort, and Commission Merchants All Orders Given Prompt Attet1a;.; ;

I President the exclusive power to intervene place of burial in the Nator.al cemetery Goods First-Class and Fresh. Wghest'
Gertrude Marvin.
be welcomed
by. a piercing cold wind
Main St.
according as his judgement maydetail. -S.----, and snow storm that have prevailed for which was accepted by Capt. Bourke 14 JACKSONVILLE 10-21-97 FLA. prices paid for country produce.: .

The message after meeting\ the It is with deep regret that we record and there the remains were gently placed Boy of me and I will ae you money. 6- tJ.West .
past ten da-s.-Warreu". ((X)) Democrat
t views of his predecessors Andrew Jack the death of the little daughter of. Mr. April, Sth, by loving hands the parting salutewas

son General Graut anti Groer, and Mrs. fired, the bugler "
Cleve Leonard Marvin which sounded"taps"and HOTEL
occurred We might say: this is a case of "I told The Palms E. H. DI1fIC,
land upon this and similar last the mortal remains of J. McCormacwere
questions, on Thursday caused by dys you so.--'' Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler, who Proprietor ,
says: entery. Gertrude was a lovely and lovable old left to the care of America till the
1 are acquaintances of ye editor,spent
l 'A long trial has proved ihat the object child of about 14 months of last trump shall sound the reveille
age. Palm
several days in our city in, March and Now Open For' Winter "
for which Spain has waged war can- Up to the time of her last sickness shewas were highly pleased with their visit. Travel
not be attained. The fire ot insurrection a child of unusual health, and of an them The "ilary B."arrived in from Jack- All Modern Improvements, Electric
Our warning to ,was to make has :
1 'may flame or smoldter with various seaF endearing disposition. Her loss is a slowly in their return trip North ; we tosoaville 1 yesterday with a full cargo: Bells, Baths, Etc. Beach

ons,but it bas not been, and it is sid affliction
plain to her parents; the loss is
spoke from experience when we said that i $2.00 TO $3,00 PER
Repairing of Wheels DAY.
1 'that it cannot be, extinguished by the doubly felt,by her father on account of Tires at' the 1
it was a delusion,and a snare if they allowed : Bicycle Hospital. Address Drug
r .present methol The only hope, re his own serious illness with bilious fever themselves\ to believe that delightful ,
lief aDd repose from a condition which which prevented him from taking our 4'Dol. : IDCbes;' asked the little Sew, York: THE PAIMS"
any sunshine and pleasant weather' 1 school girl,trying to remember her Store ;
I cau no longer le endured is the forced part in the last sad rites of burial* Gertrude table of> 1-16-96 West Palm Beach a.
indicated Springtime in their Northern measures,make a foot or a leg?'*-New York Florida.
pacification of Cuba. In the name of was buried on Saturday morn't-a I Times.
home. Mr. .and Mrs.. Wheeler's tnis-
humanity, in the name of civilization in a lovely little grove just south of the !}I
f I |: take is that of thousands of our winter Bicycles to.Rent at the Bicycle Hospital
ia behalf of the -DEALERS IX- -
endangered Americaninterests Marvin residedce. Rev. L. F. Hindrycon.lucted visitors. -Be sure to call.. cJew (' torecJew .
t which give u's the right and the Episcopal service at the I

1, duly to speak ana to I'ct. war in'Cubamust grave. Many friends and sympathizerswith -

J! stop." the bereved parents were in at- (goods sew Drugs Toilet Articles

f The issue is with ,
i no* Congress; it is a tendance.

I solelm respectability. I have exhabtedt a -' ., : ." .' :..., '-

t every effort to relieve the intolerableco&AJtiou Having sold oct my entire interest in GuEN] G. ST OtilYI] prices..... Fine Stationery and

t1 d tfitirs. which it at our doors. the Bicycle Hospital to Gee S. Adams I We welcome all

11 I tu prepared to execute every obligation [ bespeak for him the continued patron. I .- DEALER IN ] patron,andcordiallTinvjtestrane.our old friends and .
imposed the age of all my former customers-E. A. ers to viSIt as Sundries.PrescriptionsCarefully
upon me by constitution Dawkins. Druggist '
and law., !await action." Watches, Clocks; Jewelry and
i and
Staple Fancy Groceries ....Optical Goods '
These .
are plain outspoken words embracing FOR PUBLICATION, Compounded
view which Congress will un- NOTICE Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing East Coast Business Solicited.

doubirUly endorse by actions declaring LSD OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE Aprilul898., FLA.} Grain and all Food Supplies. Neatly and Satisfactorily Done. WEST PALM, BEACH 6-1.96.( :

for summary steps that will bring a:o>ut No'ice! is hereby given that the following- ; Only Opticians In the city. Eyes tested
I that which named settles has riled notice of his intention to free bjr latest approved methods. The ,
fwtuncatury diplomacy new -
seems make final proo(in support of hid claim and store will be In charge of Prof. Frank Idner
to have failed to produce. America will that i-aid prouf will be made before Clerk: Cir \iradu-te optician of KiD8 Optical Col:
M cuit Court at Juno. Ha, on May 28, icgS! viz: COUNTRY PRODUCE lege hew: Iork. Acetylene Gas
stand vindicated in
the of
eyes the Edley Jackson Davis, of SetvaM'a Point, Dally Papers and
nations of the world: by her forbearancetod Alnys Fresh, Kept in Stock. Pelodleal Throwaway your kerosene lamp* *** .;
t Fla,H-l.23753. for the Lot 4, Sec.30, To.. 38 S., of .
earnest effort to bring about a set- ft 4JE.amlLot5.Sec.:: *$, 'l'p. 33 ti.. R-iiE. Your Patronage SoHcited. G. W. IDNER & SON use Acetylene Gas, the coming light ,
He names the following witnesses to prove the 20th century. We are prepared to
tkment by peacable measures if possible Discontinuous said land viz residence upon and cultivationof 1st Seminole poor Block.Sooth Call one Co,'s Drug Sto reNo put in plants for private parties, It reasonable .

by war measures if need be. W. R. Walker;, Sr., of Sewall's Point Fla. 4-14 West palm $eacb, Fla. lrZ1-97 prices. Call and see oars at out :_
W. R. Walker Jr. need to send away from home store and get estimates. "
I for
Smith of
\ Gomez Fla.
-.t1. ,.r, Try THE SUN for Job Work. J. Bollard, any build boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can 3-24 G. W. IDNER & SON..,. :
1-H W. G. you one as fine
RQBINSON, Register. or as
cheap as call !;
want; gee him, and place you For Fine Apples and Bananas,
yoqr order Clematis: Avenue Supply, Store


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