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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: April 21, 1898
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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PERSONAL PICKINGS. I of a good clerk, especially as he makes HERE AND THERE. CORRESPONDENCE.Interesting have had the-honor'of being invited to 'TOWN TOPICS: ;

up.in willingness what he lacks in size take'dinneronthedredge.Tbeyreport ,

Pee,..u1'ltq Cone and do-People '. Scraps of News About This and That Items fathered by Our a good time and say the cook is a capitol Local Happenings .From Oar NoW .

Yen May or May Not Know. Attorney W. I. Metcalf took a trip to and Different Things. 'Scribes Throughout the County. good fellow. I Book and From Other Soji ces.'/"_; ;

DeLand the latter part of last week on a ,
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0 Mrs. W. Tancre who has been here all
.1:B. Beach spent a few days in De- legal business The shipments of tomatoes and vegetables ,MASGOSIA MUTTERINGS. winter to send the children to school C. N. Willson has opened a general-

tend this .eek.Judge issued from this point are not falling wood r pairing shop in the,room adj ming *
The President has a call for moved back to her home at Kobe Sound ', .
off yet to any very appreciable extent. ,Capt. Merchant has his launch,ont of last Whidden's market. I
Heyser, of Juno, tidied bur 80,000 troops The Spanish Consuls are *- -* water Saturday.Miss ..f i. ,. ->"
for cleaning painting and
repair-
1' 9 lilt Sabtrday leaving their in this to return Quite a number improvements
posts country '
Read the Indian River.,Nurseries card riJ ._ Mabel Fenton .returned to her
home. been made in-the Seminole Hotel build
: in this issue,and"see if yon notice the Co1 3 home in Webster City, Iowa, last Saturday ,
Ceo.. Adams left for the-BayToe* .P. W. Hall's fi sloop is over at ing in the week.
Postmaster W. H. Cox, one of Boyn- changes that have been made in it. morning. We all feet proud to past .r.
day oa t business trip. the ways on the point to be in sum-
put
ton's happiest vegetable growers was in Proprietor J. B. Beach is always up with mer quarters. have met Miss Fentoa and hope she will Improvements are being made in the

/..K.*" Harper of Hypoloxo,. was sees town yesterday investing,. some of his the times come again. % platform at the Congregational church

1\ ofl +d Mreeta Saturday.Twttolleetef surplus wealth. Capt.,M. E. Spencer is around again so as to give the pastor and choir mar;
fl I The steamboat Eclipse will make her Tom Grant who has been sick for along
attending to.business, the operation on room.
J. C. Lanther having the house that usual trip from West Palm Beach to the i time died Saturday before Easter t

"I T. J.Hardee. of Juno,I stood just north of the car track in the church of Bethesda-by-the-sea on Sun- him having been successful. t and services were held on Easter morn- J. Lauther received a carload, ofbrick ,
itt town
was Wednesday.: freight yard, moved,over on one of his day morning stopping on the way at the -Messrs. H. Sanders and F. A. Rowley ing. He was laid to rest on the farm, in last week to be used in the istrnction cct :

Banyan Avenue lots. Poinciana wharf. are bu constructing another shed at sight of the house. of the cold storage vault he its
Mrs. Ceo. S. Rowley ,of Mangonia, ., '
in town Hoadar.FnrtVn the ways on the point forGale & Co., in having built. ________ *.*
VM_ping "' "
R. B. Hawley has accepted a position Even the Japs appreciate the valueof which to house boats this summer. The Easter services were held In Ar- <-0'$
The foundations for the if. B.
in Russell & Co's drag store in place of printerS ink. The Mikado's government moor Hall Sunday afternoon. The new:
8bea ta the week AWe
spending Merchant's candy kitchen houseboat Church South, are being laid and workon
Robert who has and will has appropriated $42,000 to be Sunday school on the west side was post-
m'I a1...lIhla( crop of, .pota.F.W. Kay, resigned ;after a prosperous season at Palm the building will be commenced as
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leave for hiilhome in the North in a expended in advertising throughout the to'her poned so they could all attend. The ..
teach is back again as the material arrives.
quarters soon
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few days. _____ United States the merits of Japanese building was beautifully decorated with
side the school house dock'where
Ckafffisa, erf Miami,, .was in tea.-Ex. along ferns and flowers., The programme was Tuesday M. E.Gruber began moving ,
Brigadier General Graham commander she wilt'probably remain for the summer -
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tani last Thursday oa real estate bnd- rendered well; much praise, should be I his stock of stoves, hardware and crock
of the U. S. Gulf forces, passed The Ward .Line Steamer Orizaba, _
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o' I given the children for carrying out 1 ery from his old location over to the .. 0
received instructions ,
bound south, by
through West Palm Beach last night in
Joe Gonnell of Union was around from Palm Beach after Miss Grace Dobson, who has been their part so well new Whilldin store that he will occupy
Tuesday
for inspect signal
a special car enroote Key West to
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o in the
the winter with Mr. and Mrs.
spending
tew* Tfettttday last telling about hit I the fortifications there.F. noon. It was understood to be orders L'Cragin Last Tuesday our school had a picnicto futnre."A .
C. at Rive'd Ete. left Monday
firm t .,.o w to proceed on her way and that is what Pitts Island down on Lake Worth. The four Whilldin cottages are now so
for home.
morning her Boston Her '
..... A. B. ,Keyset and son, Stuart W. Chase of Boynton, who has she did. Palm:: Beach is getting to be 1 many friends are in hopes of welcoming i There were thirty came down in the near completion.that it can beeasily

vet aetked Among', 'the.shoppers Into.:1att been assisting kis father, C. E. Chase, quite a signal point especially for south here again at the beginning of another launch, and several people from Mango- seen that they will be ornaments to the

nmda1. raising the biggest crop of vegetables they bound steamers. "* season. _'__ ma came up to help celebrate. Every one town and the row of storey with their

have ever raised before, was combining enjoyed the dinner and treat. The galvanized iron awnings and brick pavements

1n.W.J. Cady end son attended the business and pleasure in a visit,to town The Sandford Board of Trade has Cot F. W..Hall and party after spend- mail boat Eclipse came and took the only require: occupants to give-

State Conference of Congregational yesterday. pledged its help to the lake fishermen, ing s, verb pleasant 'season :in their Mangonia People home before we could that part of town a very metropolitan

,' .' ,ek rch* aid Ministers at Jacksonville even to the extent, of testing in the winter.caiup on the Kirkgood place, left say anything to them. .After a good run appearance. ','. _--.J."J ,. -
this week. C. W. Bingham, daughters, one son courts constitutionality ,of the new yesterday morning for Weir homes'In over the island we all started for.home
__ the Congre ,
Services ,
next Sunday at
and their franlein left Monday for their -# -
Sandford fish-
protective fish laws. The Dahlonega, Ga., but promise to return, each one being presented with a large
Corporal James Chambers, of Linton, Cleveland, Ohio. home. The rest of the eries engage over 200 men, who are Providence permitting good and early "some thing' which Mrs. Pitts said wasa gational church at the usual'hour.The '

wash town Monday .attending to his party will remain at Fignlns for some thrown out of employment during the next fall. cross between a lemon and a grape subject: for the evening wilt be

.',Home Guard duties by drilling an awk. time yet and, possibly if not run out by close season.-Kissimmee Valley Ga- fruit. The children had such a good "The Truth Shall Make You Free."
ward squd.ProI. the Spaniards through the Miss Susan Sanders; finished her term Mr.JDgersoU and Miss Ernest will sing
remain
______ may time they hoped there would be picnics
entire summer. zette.We of teaching at Jnpite,and arrived home oftener. both morning and evening.. Christian

L F. Htndry, mother and sis trust car readers will not only take last Friday .bringing! Capt. J. A. Ar Endeavor topic: at 630, "Habits." Pror.

ter, moved over to the Lakeside Inn Messrs. Lte Russell, Bob. Kay and notice of the card of The Travelers Ho- mour's daughter, Bertha along for a The "After Lent" entertainment was 6:6-11,12:14-24. Luke 4:16. AU'are. Invited *

Monday and will make their residence Charley Miller left Monday Reynold's tel at Jacksonville of which Felix Gar. visit. Miss Bertha! left for home Wed. given last Tuesday at Armour's Hall. to attended. -

there daring the sammer. launch for the Hillsboro River and a sin is proprietor but will stop there nesday after having a pleasant visit, but First, there was a "hoop drill" by The Home Guards met Monday for

little hunting and fishing both of which, when visiting that city on pleasure or Miss Susan will probably remain withus twelve girls in gauzy dresses covered
been drill and had a good turnout. Lieut.
J, C. Harris who has teaching '
together with a few other things, they business. Under its new managementthis a little while longer. with gilt like fairies. They did so nice-
school at Elliotts Key the past winter, McKenna sergeant Lennon and corporal
expect to find in that locality. If they popnlar hotel is everything it ly that they were recalled and they
has finished the term, closed the school are not already back by this time and claims to be and guests can be sure of Geo. S. Adams and Charles Metcalf went through the drill again. Nest Chambers acted as drill masters, while
in the ranks of the awkward
&D4111pln in town to spend the sum- squads we
courteous treatment and a first class ta- this last Friday looking
fully satisfied with their trip they onght came up way there was a farce entitled "My Turn
mer. noticed the familiar faces 011. W. Com-
ble.
to be. after a little recreation in the way'of Next." Mr. King was "Mr. Twitters."
t I stork,, nf the County School Board., met..
K. C. Goodwin,at one time night operator The Volusia County Record the fishing so, accompanied by F. A. and Mr. Acre was "Tim Bohes." Mr Hen- ---- c--
M. E. Gruoer our mayor has receivedhis says master J. C. Stowers and Senator E. N.
at the city depot. has been appointed Alex S..Rowley they were taken over Carlin was "the farmer." Mr. Har-
mocking birds of DeLand sing sweeter ry
commission from the Governor as Dimick. A good drill was gone through
of the P., B. C. Ry., at on the Fresh Water Lake and treated toa Da Bois "Tom Trop." Mrs.
agent than those of other place in Flori- ry was
one of the State Commissioners to the any with and several more names were,entered
Fort Lauderdale, vice J. D. Wallace, dose of fishing that they will not for- and Miss Sanderswas
Omaha Exposition and is now ready to da. We know nothing of the singing Maggili was "Peggy" on the roll.
promoted. _____ act in that If this qualifications of DLand's breed ot get very quick. They came back witha "Ciclly," "Mrs. Twitter's" sister. ...
capacity. County
sacklull of fish of all sizes and kinds
All the did excellent but Mr.
Hatch is the section wish be at mocking birds, but still we don't doubt actors Home Guard.
R. F. now day operatorat city, or to represented i .
from minnows to one so big that they
up Mr. Acre and Mrs. Maggill did
the F. & C. Ry., city depot and F. that Exposition it is in order for them. the statement; we are only surprised at had to use two lines to pull it in, and King their extra well. The farce was The second mee ting th: Home
W. Bright the night agent and operator to Mayor Gruber and make the seeing such a wonderful music critic parts
see necessary after they got it in the boat they had to much all. Ice and Guard was held Thursday afternoon
of D. T. Bowen who has pushing a pencil for a country newspa- enjoyed by cream
ia place gone arratrgements. with a large attendance. The minute
hit it in the head with a club to make it cake next served after which we
Times.A were
to East Palatka. Booker T. Washington in an address per.-orange City lay still and not swamp the boat by its I all "tripped the light fantastic" until a of previous meeting were read also ,a

Wm. F. Armstrong Jr., has resigned delivered last week, said the trouble new candidate for your patronage flounderings. We won't say how manyin i late hour. We all voted it the enter I Ii letter from Patrick Houston Adjutant

his position with Anthony Bros., and with his race was that it is in too big a whenever you want anything in the furniture pounds or number they caught for tamment of the season. i General to Hon. E. N. Dimick,' in regard

accepted: a position of night clerk at hurry. The preacher, he said wantedto sewing machine or baby carri- fear they would be accused of being .. ... to our organization.It .

the P. E. C. Ry., freight office vice J. be D. D. before he knew Divinity; riage line is D. E. Cooper Manufacturing rather hoggish but we can truthfully LIN'TOX LOCALS. was moved and seconded. that election

T. Knox, resigned. they want biographies before they have Co., of Jacksonville whose card appears say that they all admitted that they had ... of officers be held. Enoch Root

lived; they want Latin and Greek before elsewhere in this issue. When at least, all the fishing they wanted for James Richards of Boca Ratone was was nominated for Captain and elected;

C. A. Marshall and wife of Titnsville they know a pronoun in English; they ever you need anything in their line and one day and were willing to postponeany here Monday.Mr. for ist Lieutenant, John P., McKennawas

arrived in town Sunday and will make waut postoffices before they know how are in Jacksonville give them a call or further efforts to some future day. elected; for 2nd Lieutenant G., G.

this city their future home Mr. Mar many stamped envelopes to. give for II if you cannot get to that city send theman They, of course had enough fish for all and Mrs. S. S. Linton spent San- Strohm was elected.

shal having been appointed cashier of cents; whereas they should stick to intelligent order by mail from here and you can their families and a few to spare and day at Boy ton. On motion of E. N. Dimick Capt.

the F. B. C. Ry., at this place. fanning, build better houses, rely on its being filled with good; goodsat also brought back with them some right W. A. H. Hobbs went to Boynton Root will make such other appoint-

have better homes and never go to town reasonable prices and promptly.An large: appetites; and their heads full Wednesday on business. ments as are necessary,after making inquiry '

John Livingston, the well known unless they,have something to sell.- enough of fish stories to supply the among members as to previous
clerk It P. Oliver's resigned his o Anderson, ,of Wet Palm beach '
J. position Jacksonville Metropolis.Our town for the next month-if you don't military experience. Motion was seconded

lut week and left Monday for his 0 American.schooner Robt. Wells? believe__ us.:.. ask them. Come again UfOnn paid this place a visit Sunday.Mr. and carried.H. .
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home in Falatka. The well wishes of thanks and those of our readers. Master, entered at the U. S. Custom tlemen and catch another fish. D.- and Mrs. :M. B. Lyman spent Sun- B. Saunders suggested that we find

I his friends here accompany him., are doto J. W Comstock, .who, duringthe House at Palm Beach Tuesday in bal- ..eJUPITER day with L. G. Lyman and family. out what security will be necessary to

past season has so kindly furnishedus last with four passengers on board hav- secure the loan of arms from the State.J. .

.t Miss May Russell, sister-in-law of regulatly the reports of the races and ing made the run from Bimini in the :0 : ..JOTTINGS.. J.Thorntou went to West Palm Beach C. Stowers then moved that the.

I' U.S. Deputy Collector, D. A. Allen, has Bahamas in one day. She cleared from Tuesday, to have dental work done. Chairmau committee of threeto
other doings of the Pelican Island Yacht is appoint a
Du Bois ten
arrived here from her home in Russell here last week for that port and had a Harry clearing acres
Club, of which organization he is an for an as he thinks citrus Major Boynton and family spent Tuesday secure arms for the Guard applying
orange grove
&. C.and will remain with her sister honored, as well as a charter member. rough passage over losing her foremast fruits will do well here. with Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Linton. to the Governor and also to H. M. Flag-

through the summer and probably long Mr. Comstock was greatly interestedin on the trip. In this connection we ler. Motion was seconded and carried.

er. the Club and its races and would call the attention of all boatmento Miss Rose Sanders came up Friday F. Harney, of Palm Beach spent Saturday The committee appointed were Geo. W.

the fact that Palm Beach is a very morning to accompany her sister back here the of James Cham E. Dimick and .
Kibbee Russell who has been spend also in letting the public know that guest Lainhart N. J.C.Stowers.D.

tug several months with his brother-in such a live Club was in existence and convenient place to enter or clear from to Mangonia the same day. bers. A..Allen moved that the Commit
for all boats bound to or from the Bahamas -
law. U. S. Customs officer, D. A. Allen, we were willing he should do so through West Indies Miss Nettie Hunt, our business woman Mr. Palmer and E. F.Achard, cf East I tee be instructed also to ask for a machine
J
hat gone to his home in Russell, S. C. our columns as his reports were of interestto or any ports. t it is said, about to add a shingle Saginw, Mich., were here Saturday en gun of the rapid firing pattern.

He left with regret and promised to re- a great many of our readers. He has business. Motion was seconded and carried. .
The article in last week's issue givingan machine to her sawmill up the creek.
torn. promised to do it again next season. H. B. Saunders moved that the .Committee
account of the burial of sailor from
a Judson Sturgis of Miami spent this
ask for ammunition at the time
'; .J. P. McKenna, N. P., of Lake Worth, .. the British ship Cordelia should have Dr. J. A. Pngh: the dentist, was up week with Grant Fenuo returning home for is made. Motion
It; was one of the enthusiastic attendants at He was too Funny. been credited to the St.Augustine News, here four days last week putting 'our Saturday.. request arms sec
.. onded and carried.E. .
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.the Home Guard meeting at Lanther's n as that is the paper we copied it from teeth in proper condition for the sum .
Hall last Saturday and joined the The other day a Minnesota editor jocularly and it was in that city where the interment mer. Antonio Gomez son of General Max- N. Dimick moved that Earnest Allen

Guards who duly honored him by electing remarked in the columns of his took place. Not giving the proper Fred. Powell came up this way last imo Gomez the Cuban patriot, is now I' be added to carried.the Committee. Motion
seconded and
him to the office of Lieutenant. valuable paper that silver garter buckles' credit was an oversight on our part whichwe Wednesday with his fruit boat well among the students of the East Florida The Secretary: was ordered to apply

were becoming fashionable and that he trust the News will overlook .this Seminary says the Gainesville Sun. Tactics"
loaded, and most of us had all the fruitwe fo: ipo copies of "Military at
George Heard, who has been assistingat hoped to see more of them whereuponthe time for we will promise to see that it could eat. The boy has been in America for some the time he sends list of officers and

j. F. Oliver's this past season has only woman b town who wore silver does not occur again. Giving proper time. His mother lives in Honduras: members to the Governor.It .

been promoted to the chief clerkship left garter buckles called at his office and credit to every article we publish if possible The dredge is now at a stand still just and he hears from: her only once or meeting was be moved held and on Monday seconded April that iSth next,

vacant by the departure of John Llvlagston. gave him a cowhiding and the next day and ask for the same courtesy in opposite where the old dredge came twice every six mouths. He is iS years ot 2 p. m.for squad drill. Motion carried.

his wife sued for divorce. It does not ashore last She is having some repairs of He he has not his '
George Is a gentlemanly a return is our rule and we try to strictly year. age. says seen o On motion the meeting then "d-

young man and Us to bH the Baking pay to be to funny.-Exchas$e. live up to it. done on hey The Jupiter people -father in fourteen years. journed.

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cane, however, it has been as *1- AS OTHERS SEE US. I I 'X2
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I lm
kt fojtdI1UY ; : ready,expressed; my desire to show i
:. It is pleasure to to read whatthose .
.:'that the growing of sugar offered a as #-

\'>'" ._remunerative! crop thoroughly adapt write about this country'who i ;

: I "' METCALF.. EDITOR.MEMBER ed to Florida conditions and there- have been here this past season to s ; :
fore a most valuable substitute in itg'Goo

.,, OF regular farm practice for other staple visit it and it, and it is also immus- p < '-

: i ': c rops which have been nnremunerative. ing to think that had we used the -,. '" '-' -
? Florida Press Association. - - -

AFFILIATED WITH < The.,yields and value or the re- same language in describing this : : {o ffi'Ii & l
CQJ
therefore country to them before their visit igott
National Editorial Association, turns from crop of cane, :
would have that to ?
, I are of particular interest. they thought ,
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i replies received from the letters and Clothing Honse: in tie State lave is.
One Tear In advancvBIx ....._.___..82.00 in the rather thick. The Leading and Largest Dry.Goods, Carpet, Millinery including Foreign and Dosastfestodc
: Month,la advance,._,_..._..$1.00Tbrve sent to many cane grow'ers For the amusement of our home and are daily receiving large quantities of New Spring Good*; checked Nainsooks* Mat, =;

Months..1n advance_._._ r.o State indicate that 500 gallons of si readers and the enlightenment of Dress Goods, Silks, Organdies, Fancy Wash Goods White fcSr-reSSed,now at our Popular Low .
rup per acre is a reasonable product t Hosiery, Notions Laces, Embroideries, Straw Hats, Etc, such Silks Dress .Goods,. Linens, H s- .
which may,with inteligent management those living elsewhere we submit a Prices. A large quantity of goods are imported direct.by us* as 0 rat =- _
PCiLISHLD-RrRY :TUCESDAT AT WEST Mill and Organdies. Samples cheerfully sent on application -
few
of the remarks that iery
be counted on as almost cer- many wefind and Goods<< ,as low prices: W
complete
BKACH.DADE COUMTY.' FLORIDA.EVTS2ED To our Wholesale Trade we offer a large 'rL"Discounts offered. We solicit
the..1'patroaa
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tain, while exceptional crops are in onr exchanges relative to this any house in the United States. Liberal Terms and the usual lowest.

known to sometimes .return fully country. e of the merchants throughout the tate. assuring them that we sha11 giyethem Tray 'pos.:... ',,--,,-

+ AT THE POST OFFICK 13 WEST PAUl twice this of sirup. Such This first is from the Times-Union ... ". ... ... ... .. .. ....'"
quantity fTf? T T Y T "T T Y .
BKACH: 4'- SECOND-CLASS MATTES. : .. .. .. .. .. "" .. .. T" "'0'" Y Y T'" T Y Y T T T T TT T T Y T ,
sirup as 1 have described and have and Citizen, the leading of the Jentl ', :
paper: aloth ( Furnishillt1s : '
and elegant line of nl, :. -[
We showind large .. ,
shown can be easily made with certainty State in the are a '
published Jacksonville
Pioneer Paper of Dade County, nnd the Oldest Lace Curtains Trunks.'f ;
Shades
Publication on the East Coast of finds constant and steady.de largest and most imoortant city, Carpets, Matting>< Window ,, -' --2'.1">
Florida between Titnurille mand in the market at a net returnof ; "
Prices -
situated Etc at Low / t=K10219T
near- the north border of *
and Key West. 25 cents gallon, or a gross return -. . .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ;Y T... .. T
per Florida and includes, besides the ed ... T" T.. .. .. .. .. .. ..... T T" T T T' T T T" T" Y. T.
of $[25 per acre of cape

Bert Advertising Media on the rant Coast I believe that this acre of cane itor's own remarks some statements "Kohn-Furchgott/
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Florida.FLORIDA taken from other to ,
of can be grown, and its product can papers -T

be manufactured into sirup at an average show what they also say: ,: ,: :....iJ4. :. F i

i CANE. cost of $75 per acre, leavinga For scenery,(health,for wealth, :" Jacksonville, a. .=

net profit on a very moderate ba- for exquisite enjoyment, far from -':-

I! The State Agricultural Experiment sis of Iso per acre from the crop. the "maddening crowd," this land,

Station at Lake City recently issued The same sirup, if marketed in the lashed by the glorious ocean, on one d

a bulletin ou cane sirup rind sugar:: conditions I suggest will easily side and the gulf on the other, ,r .
double the returns. stands preeminent; and with the
making; in this State, giving direr
If sugar is the product in which spirit that dominates the social life
tions bow to make both and the .
. ; the crop is finally marketed, an es- in this loveliest of tropical countries,
' r best way of doing it. timate made on the same basis and there is no reason why each bay m. E. G UBE DEALER HARDWARE

The bulletin was by Dr. ,.,
prepared
from the same data lead me to place and sound of this landso fresh

r 11. E. Stockbii.lge. the Director of the reasonable yield at 3tooopounds and so new, yet at the same '

:the Station who is much interested of sugar per acre, with the simple time so complete in its comforts and :: :
.
and
. r' in this matter and is now giving considerable domestic methods described. This luxuries should not become to all a C : Crockery ;

; : attention to the.possibilityof sugar finds ready sale at 4 }z cents the world what each now is in the

the invention of some remon.il"81I per pound net. In addition to this minds of its devotees-the Hudson kt -._ GUstware,Lamp and Lanterns.r .

the molasses obtained must be taken of the South. ,. .. 1 T AU-O-..-.4"J f"-.
and cheap centrifugal machine that '!.. '..... r.,"l.'" All Kinds of Boat Goods.J .,
into consideration, although its The German Stansburg Post devo- ;'k": ,,,. ; F 1, .. -\ .
'can be used in domestic sugar: mills 4 stoves TtawareDoonl8a asi..
. i.i does fit tes considerable "de- \ :i
quality not give a commer space to the \
throughout the South. If such a All Kinds Fishing 'Tackle and porting Goei
cial status. The expense of producing lights of a land that is as yet not -
machine can be devised it will put sugar is nearly one-tenth great- much known to European travelers Gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene OH Stem. -- '

the industry on a paying basis at 4 ; Harrison Bros.'Ready Mixed Paints
; el than that of making sirup, or -namely, Florida. And as the ;
-= jxtaOl O=aten Oivcsx jroaRpt: Att.Jotoa. flj
once-though, for that matter, it i is $S3 per acre, leaving a net profit German traveler directs his atten-

there already. per acre of cane manufactured into tion to this "wonderful country," he .

'H The bulletin is well worthy of per- sugar of $42, Although it, there- says: First, St. Augustine; there PROFESSIONAL CARDS

; rjsal' by both farmers and capitalists fore, appears that the crop is more are the water parties on the Matan- -

s for both can find food for thought profitable when .converted into sir- zas river, fishing, game and shooting -

t io the advic-e given and statements! up than when manufactured into sugar picnics on the beach, lawn ten- W.. METCALF, V I

', made by it.Among still the combination of the two nis, and cricket with the American

other things it is commendable, at least to the ex- ladies bathing in the beautiful bath ATTORNEY-AT. LAW.NOTARY :
says :
a. tent of supplying home demand.It basin, theaters and balls, all this PUBLIC.Will ':
the
Although ma King of sirup was practice in County,State and Federal
will therefore be that the while our own is .
"the-chief seen country wrapped
Yt experiment work undertaken Courts.LAND f"
in snow and ice. No have CASES A SPECIALTY.Otfee -
sugarcane crop on a purely com- one can
incidently attenticn
some was
mercial basis can be made one of a conception of the magnificent hotels in TKOPICAI. Snc Block.
given to t le process of sugar-mak West Palm Beach Dade County, ilortda. "
ing with the object of further developing the most profitable resources of the -they are fairylike. There is "
Florida fanner, aside from the ad-, the haunt of the American aristo- .=
this domestic industry in the GEORGE M. aOBBl:(S. WALTER S. GRAHAM.
Stite. It ii not to te expected that vantage of domestic independence. crat, there is the place to get, acquainted ROBBINS & GRAHAM CO.., 1

the home manufacture with the American Nobil
sugar can'
ity. Then the parties on the beautiful ATTORNEYS *.AT- LAW,
take its place as an important coin- BE SURE YOU ARE RIGHT and then wilt practice lit all the courts, State and .,-
menial lakes and rivers. On Tampa Bay Feder undertaking upon manyFto'ida
go to shooting. and Charlotte harboron the Anclote, perfecting: land titles. et
farms, the capital and area ; "'''' We have closed our West Palm Beach office : ,-
e require I making the Halifax and the Indian rivers, Any business from the Lake Worth section or I "'
sugar produc- northern part of Dade County should be referred -
THE WIND BLOWETH where it ILsteth on Lake Worth and -
dot Biscayne Bay,
esentially! a manufacturing either to our Titusville or Miami office
rather than an agricultural' but n good gun generally shoots oranges pineapples, citrus, cocoanut and will receive proper attention. i
enterpnze.
Titusville,Brevard County, and Miami.Dade
It is lettered however, that where ,YOU aim it. and many other fruits, not to be County, Florida. 1U-. -97FRANK

con litions of climate and soil, if "'" seen anywhere but in beautiful

; ., properly utilized, would( naturally NONE BUT TUB BRAVE deserve the Florida." W.POPE. D.C.CAMPBELL. I ,It et]

, I place Florida! in the lead as a com fair-the brave Cubans are entitled Here is what another of our exchanges pOPE & CAMPBELL I .h

. ;, menial sugar producing State, an.I to their fair island. publishes relative to'this sec-
that capital invested in this business tion: "No tourist has been disappointed ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. .

1 in Florida would certainly be more in Palm Beach, and many 111 East Bay Street, !

rtm inerjiiv2 than is possible! in any WHAT FEW TOURISTS are still here who rome for a few days prolong 8-3-97; JACKSONVILLE' FLORIDA. I &

other part of our couutr As bear- are, together with us, enjoying at their visit into weeks and months Boeft

in; on this point a comparison of present some of the most delightful and have promised themselves a TT C. HOODM. D.. 0Di 1
( &I
> the su;ar content of Florida cane weather of the whole
year. longer stay another PHYSICIAN AND f %;
year. Everysuccessive SURGEON (
t I Kith the average for the State of fI I
; "'" season the gayieties increase ) (,et
Louisiana i il! important. Dr. Stubbs, Office and Residence near Royal Pouu-iana :
i I director of the Louisiana Experiment Tx COLLECTOR F. D. Poser, of and the place becomes much PALM BEACH. 12-1-97 lair

i Station, places the average of Marion County, is reported about niore beautiful." And we could goon i it,

thU State at 12 per cent. This $21,000 short in his accounts by and fill this issue with such complimentary E. W. PUGH, M. D., ; .4f,

I amount: somewhat above the average State EX8m :.pr W. V. Knott. remarks about the Statein sad
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
: bf available analyses, but is "'" general and this section in particular |
Office in of Dlmick's .
rear Drug Stot'!'
adopted as sufficiently hi R h.. liv OFFICIAL ORDER from the Post but refrain this time, but won'tpromise I: Residence-West Side' of Olive Street, 3 Doors .

sOur analysis of F.orida cane from office Department the name of the not to publish more of them 3-2t1-9G South WEST of Clematis PALM Avenue.BEACH. FLA. .

eighteen different localities covering postottice heretofore known as FrostPrrof hereafter. ..%
the entire State the ,
present seas.
'' was changed to Lakemont on POTTER, M. D., .IS
on' tow an average of 15.69 cent E.
per the first IIf! this month and it will) OCR HOME GUARDS are organized 1
of sugar, and an average coefficientof
hereafter be known. as far enrollment and 3-23-93 PALM BEACH. FLA
so as election of
for the
It purity juice of 85.30 percent ; i
: The Louisiana comparison is """ officers are concerned and are now r"&t

: 12 per cent of sugar an-1 a coefficient: You HAVE UNTIL the twenty-sixth being drilled. The Adjutant General l J.A. PUGU, I :

i .. of purity of 81.00 per cent a difference of this month to apply for space at of the l State has promised! to supply DE NTIS T. A

J t of 3.79 per cnt of sugar andJ the Trnns.Mississippi and International arras if necessary. The company i is Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty -
W
J 5.70 per cent of purity in favor of composed of some of our best citizens 1 Local Anaesthetic TIlled in Extraction
) of Teeth.
Exposition that
opensat Omaha
the Florida product. There is no and is formed strictly for business i- Teeth Extracted Without Pain. I -
i question of equally heavy in Ni:., in June. If you want any OFFlCE-4th Door from Cor. Clematis Ave. ts-
crops and means to be ready to attendto and Olive St. art
our State so the superiority of FlorIda space you will have to be a little rapid it. 7-2-9G WEST PAW BEACH FLORIDA. j | ,

'I ; for sugar production can hardly: in making application for it. "'..... jj

be longer questioned. "'" T DANIEL, j te>
These BECAUSE THE SOUTH has not raised I .
remarks HIV followed directions
by THE NATIONAL CONGRESS of Mothers -
DENTIST. : A
cane sugar enough to supply the demands
for making sugar and molasses will hold its annual conventiontlw I .
: by tlw average farmer for first seek in May. Those who of our own country,the North COCOA INDIAN RIVER. FLORIUA.I.% -8s I .'
and West are trying to help out by ,
home fI
use for the ballet i is devotedWescentially I
are expected-to be present and address 1- ALLACE
R. MOSES
to the interests of the the convention are Dr. Stanley( making beet sugar and, as we stillclInurne 'V ,

average farmer (;f Florida rather Hall, Professor Charles Thurber, D;. : more than we produce, our Successor to A. W. Robert, } .
than Georgia friends have now come forward REAL ESTATE AND
\ to the consideration of exceptional Minot J. INSURANCE
Savage Mrs.Mary! E.Muminn' : lt'
and offered to help out with Agent f.\r West Palm Beach Town Lots, also to "-
II conditions. So far therefore, '. Miss Harriett Neil, Booker T. watermelon West Palm Beach Water Worts.OTARI' sa4
it touches sugar which w just as \ PUBLIC.
I as upon the question of Washington, Dr. :Martin Burr and sweet and Clematis Avenue near Olive Street. Cfar:,
i sugar production it deals solely with good as that made from 3-.1-D7 West Palm Beach }'lorlda.GUY .
I Ralph Waldo Time. Would it be impertinent i ,
cane or beets and
the dotuwic as easy to make;
s. phu e of the industry ask how a'
to of them -.
many it is also said I. :METCALF
in the hope of enabling to pay better than i it ,
intelligegrowers nt know
about the
anything actual duties
does to ship the melons. ..
...
of
in
sugar: fane our State of, or have ever been mothers? NOTARY PUBLIC

to utilize a portion of the same f for "" '" .. For the State of Florida at Large. .

more economically and lutisfactorilysupplying Free and Paid Advertising. Deed, Mortgages, Leases and Contracts I
WOMEN all Drafted.Conveyancing .
: CAX VOTE at elections
their home ..' a Specialtv.
: own and localrequirement'
*. :general or local, in the States of "Where shall the. line be drawn between All Work Guaranteed Legally Correct ] T.-

j Utah, Wyoming, an 1 Colorado, and free and Office in TEOPICIL Sec Block.
After a full description of the man-; paid advertising? West Palm Beach, Dade County, Florida.
at school or other minor elections in Every line published by personal request
nerjof boiling the juire. I
purging the
Illinois and several other
t States. In that will result to the pecuniaryadvantage
FRANKLIN> 8I ;E.'l.
masse cult and whitening the GEO. O. BUTLER.
sugar Florida, on election day*, they are of any individual or any society & BUTLER.
it sums np the result as follows: SHEEN .....
should
be
for.
Ex.
not trotted out to the polls but are paid I

'. Tbt final value of any crop must allowed to stay quietly at home to That THE TROPICAL SUN has been SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. :
rest upon its commercial returns Office at West Ptlm Beach
more than the above
generous
rule
X
take requires
of
the children
care and
whether the same is actually placed get Lands legally aab-dirided and napa fur.nfebed. .
their meals ready as is their right we think, even our worst enemy Selecting and grading lands locatIng .
upon the market or used for home will admit. and estimating timber a specialty. Care
and duty and it is to be rat and correct work guaranteed. All communications
I :.' consumption, since in the latter rose hoped 1 the That our generosity in this manner by mall receive prompt atten :

1 expenditure is prevented and "a day is far distant when Florida will has not always received the appreciation ces.tion. WEST Mam and PALM Blue BEACH.Prints at FLA.Lowest 11-7-95 Pri --

In penny saved is a penny earned" object to woman's doing her duty or it deserves will not influen.ce our future
\ _
ItI' In the particular case of sugar rob tier uf her greatest tight actions in th least. Try THE SUN for Job Work. Soq :


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THE and some of these jabot frills and other ::- : ::
SPRING.. STYLES. sAMu, .. ..,r.,n.. .1IILUR., .. CLARENCB G:.'.1s11LrW
devioet real : ', ; .- ,
yybeautifuL \
r-P, fc" a art REYNOLDS &- HULL Established 1841. f.i.\t..t" ..1..
oc- """ '
?' ,Far/a fhome costume there..tvii s. a.. ",,"',-- 4
Pn &PEetIV&: CRAZE1FORRUFFLES brown reps.- 'The skirt was plain..and. -r,, *.'"' f' >' '- 7'': ,*' iNS ".' *,' ". 'II.4...|. -'. .

ON GOWNS CAF' ALL KINDS.- the trim jblouse was of the" same, but WHOLESALE'AND"BETAILTEALERS IN' t ? i I" S&&" BMJLLER&CO: ; r'

-t.- openf|ml.b'oJl..Jo..aliQW: ajfnljl;;refit in ....... .'
lIMIt sad jMBty WslUaf.Jfaite-aad .for1 Qfa;jabot of lace over a pink silk rryg ; WHOLESALE- '\"' >

Jukts?8J4:T$t! Iwib1T ;Twd.Xor lining. The JeleeYea were snug and of -'i. \ GJJstsrs Qa mG l! : l : ?O./-"
tan 'ca1 red icloth, witl acoesdonofmihiner's ;
X.. D--aM Ctthmen 7or ZTCB- :. Commission Fish, Dealei
folds of brown satin ribbon.
bs Wtdts'k..,...Jutat Hat -. 1'", .' '. ., :
Speaking of these folds reminds me thatI .vo..a. rt i -a ? T wHTHKH .

t t.;MM.by'Aaierlcaa.Preee'AseoI .! saw pethapaSOO black licili ne_skirts ctnd ': No.,7 Fulton'- Fish Market tl' NEW..YORK. ," -
ebUoD.JW. 1 qurtZe.
in a factory, and every one had black Green
are promised a perfect craze on .satin milliner's folds around the skirt Special Attention given to the sale of Pompano, Spanish

gown the aubj*, _ieadjrtba,, zct es JO lease;toral1Ekinda5pf! ire here. la. !'tunior'fonn f- about-> $ / ball-W4'ap- the 't i '; s: ;- 'ICE TWICE: A DAY. Mackerel, Blue Fish Etc. .. .. "

yp References Fulton and Market National Bank Wholesale Fish
J
:.J1 : or. any
} I ,
: : jELXF
ar&rathet aftenereeen Z
Jut now they : f ; U L.: 1 catered to,the .best trade.last, year ,and j Dealer in the United StatRS.r .. ', \-1 ./* .;;i*.. ;1'4
.
k pat ikirti to simulate tanlorand '
upon ... :, are,"folly ,prepared to ,do so this season. -Stendla furnished on application., 1148-Sra, r ,..
Preach flounce effects than to be a trim. ." '

mID, in themselves alone, as they ,,',:<, .

rc! M be is lied tt let only anraod this SPEGIKL F :
ili ;
ATTENTION iJP'i&M LAURifl JACKSOrYYlLLf. 10FEuits
tattoo la ,
stigght rowt .ficma * r ,G ,'- .... .. -- .. > -W!QLE8ALf : ,
hire three four ruffles
or narrow plain IS GIVEN TO ORDERS FROd'The .
ly hemmed. Others hate i t&veralAyitb avery
narrow aatln ribbon" sevwl on v flat and PtQJJJU

or,perhaps a toy fine line,.pf' beading. :. j'asttide. .. 4,-
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Some of the flounces ham Darrqw row L !- --
:
of tulle or lino ruching. This Is a taking ':uvr Commission Merchants.

fancy, but the flounce should beaoateeleda WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. 1l.4-97 ; ...::t'l..

:, 1111: .otherwise it ... Fancy ,Grades of ftrj ffrg; and Cheese.
sets out too ttiffly. Bias pinked flounces
If of ;/ -, ; a tcvr Ct"u\u..
are thinking truck -
) you irrigating farm
from oast to.tort Jnchea w1de."U8:eeenr. inmABflAll your We Solicit Your Business.
In thin silks and crisp taffetas these era lletllln I 111 iy >, pineapple}? field or orange grove send me size of area ,
InflluH riUlllV Jon WIsh to coverand full information of what you We only solicit the business of Merchants and Will Not fill orders from Consumers-the?
pretty. They are; however not con fsssssvsi: BJVII4). want and I will be glad to. furnish information, sh9tld,1ul from their home fiaed to"'silkrao8efar"Xnany"of the desired and give estimate. of cost. ;: -'Ht .:
thin goods now being rapidly made up s .. -
for summer show- any'amount of" ,rueoW I J. G. CHRISTOPHER, ,. .:. '--r r!.:: &-r:: ',,!a

all aort > New house; best accommodations on the

And yet we find many entirely plain NOVEL BLOUSE BODICES. Ma ip.ery.and Mill Supplies.' A' L FRE \, H TEL East Coast;;, table! first-class,. and'ever i"
- skirts The tailor style calls for them Irrigating
- front'and from there to the back belt. Machinery a Specialty. '... f l ; convenience and comfort; hot and.coidJ
and where the material p" ; ( : :
good,they are They were handsome. Velours both 10-21-97 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. baths; modern improvements; in center of the famous pineapple: section; clostf'
always One of the of .
elegant newest
-r' '
E plain and moire,'was made in the to the Inlet fish and in abundance. : : :un.3i
same ; oysters.
the tailor snits is of gray cloth and t has ; u _.
Rich black and satin
tray. : armure ,
a surtout coat reaching several inches '
duchesse as well as pear de soie are all Terms Moderate.
bekr+ lh4'kt The skirt is entirely
plain and touches,the ground} all around made in largo quantities for handsome Our Sprif* J: L. J E SE
Zt is double breasted andhaa wide re-, outdoor gowns. So are Irish poplin and : ,. F.a ; 'r, Proprietor,
the 'silk" henriettas and other
yen and a tudor collar. The sole,trimming warp ; BBEVARD COUNTY .
; JENSEN : FLORIpA.S
priestley goods. One style had plain -
isa little flat silk braid of the iam'eabide a ,
a Styles. -
stitched to the coat down the left skirt with a row of black beaded passe ; F f -Don't fail,to stop at Jensen when visiting the Indian River Ii-I 97'
menterie all around the bottom and
up
sidia a-simple.desiga and 1
three, loopf
the left side.: ,The waist was snug and Weaf .. .
I1daIJ. oUh..theeoUa: '.t FOF (Den's --- '" ..
had a line of the passementerie- around
-
Some of the new spring walking snits J the waist and the front. The collar I 1& ,
and jackets are remarkably smart and up Are all in. The largest and handsomest Ocean: Steamship OpmPMiUSA
and vest were of white, shirred crepe :
have a jaunty air that is as fetching BI ;
line of Woolens in the South. Best '
lisse with beading and quilling.. This --- L work *" ". *
'7 it y indescribable. Biscuit tan or dust 'design would 'be elegant in whatever j best finish best fit'aud lowest prices. Suitsto V ANNAH LIME"
gray cloths made. apparently without a
- seam and trimmed with'elaborate braidtddatip ,material it was made., : order $12.00. $13.50 $15.00 $i6.oo,
-r *put.cn.lAthe most unexpecfcHOMJC There are some new shapes and ideas ,1 $18.00 $20.00 $22.50 $25.00 and up. 4 Florida

added to the number..of_spring hats_almost l PANTS-$2.75 $3.00,13.50,14.00. $5.00, i. ''.:r -

-- x novel daily.short Just backed now hats there in Brazilian are some / $6.00 $7.00 and up. To New York And, ;.. ,,Boston.. ., ;. '-/! .... \ ,

chip in.different bright colors. The mi-
'Ufter Ian ,MAIL DEPARTMENT-SaD:1ples and Self-Measurement Blank sent A Short Rail Rides to Savannah Tfaenee
and leghorn: hats'are. supplemented t : ,
', '.
s by Java, which,is. generally round or on application. .ct"-' >! ,
A Short Sea
nearly so,,with a', round edge to the : Voyage,
..
of brim pressed into the straw. Some of rr Popular Price Tailor. Sailing from Savannah: '"* "

OQ H.in.. rr r : these are in.natural grass color and some lLf IVY.The: ,
5 Each Week
Ships 5
r are.white; They are.loaded with flowers ;
--* "* n
small: rosebuds,,violets and field ifl St Jacksonville C Hi
,
. flowers mostly but there are flowers of : All ticket and with schedules. Write for .
hotels
agents are supplied sailing general
.
every kind Double poppies are pretty j.-
kI* B We do information, sailing schedules, stateroom., ,reservation, or call on
and novel. Dyeing, Cleaning Repairing,.Altering and pressing. io'28-97 ,, '
- .Hats will' be,covered.with trimmingto E. H. HINTON Traffic Manager WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pass., Agt.,

:a a greater. extent than ever, but the Savannah, GaV Jacksonville', i. ;'FaV..!/-'' ); J'3-JO*.*.

,trimming.is mostly all light and airy.

: HSXBIETTK ROUSSEAU. T .. .;.:. ,. ,,",",: .j ....-
of '
NEW SEMINOLE HOTEL
o> PROMINENT CLUBWOMAN.'

A. :" '. '
d Alice Ire Breed, the. Next President of I, .. .
Brick Hotel Town. ,
Only '
t the General Federation. .
ASP WALKISG COSTTMK.: Few women of the country are finer .. '
,
-,
WEST :PALM: BEAOBC FLA. "': :0 ,. ,- '
edt.p1aoas, aU:,done ,in ,fine, ,black_eon types of the worth,of education and lib : ., < .

I % sail, attract attention everywhere.. On eral culture and the administrative ability Has recently been completed, built in the most substantial ''k.;=' '," ',. oJ
i', '
- -
fj. the-upper part of eleevea and on the upper .it is possible' for them to possess THE" SEl'INOLE' .- ,
j.i part of the skirts.are not where one than is Mrs. Alice Ives Breed of Lynn manner and elegantly furnished; situated 1 -rn: : .,',' ,', ,

i4 ,. naiurally looks:for braiding,and yet it Mass. the vice president of the General on high ground fronting Lake Worth and,commanding a magnificent unobstructed '," ji'. :.
-
is unusually effective there.; Some. have Federation of Women's Clubs. view each way and guests enjoy perpetual breezes from all directions. -4 : -

.''- the braiding!put'acrot the front- -of the- As the wife of Francis W. Breed a Cuisine and Service Strictly First-Class. ,: :;>' ,, <", :.....

I skirt to represent a tunio effect and prominent business man of Lynn Mrs. ; 'v', ,, c ,. ..
.. perhaps a blouse, to ;wear with, it will Breed presides over a beautiful home Rates: $2 per day and up. Special Rates by the Week or Month. "

c. be literally stiff"with- braid. Kersey with all the grace and dignity that
GEORGE ZAPF
C in green brown and other colors is characterize her when she is in the 11-4-JI7 Manager. :f- '

'used for many of these tailor suits. The chair at a club meeting. Though born '
1i -
I II skirts trot to these drag a trifle in the in Illinois she has lived for many years

back. There is some new grace added to in New England and during a long : it-- :
, the tailor costumes made in this coon.try period has given largely her energy UN w Process" Blue Flame Oil Stoves This Space .
for they show little or none of the and means toward the social and intellectual .

-: unyielding rigidity of the English cos development of women as that
tume., The French,do not an a general development may find expression in
. ,,j rule take kindly to tailor suits. There clubs and educational organizations.There Standard Llght'g Co's Vapor Stoves Belongs to- .,

igft: trail,frou enough to them,' and a nothing'of the masculine or the ...
Frenchwoman wants all the little silk strident in Mrs. Breed's nature or per
OUR EAST COAST AGENTS: -
en airs and graces she can get. She sonality. Gifted to a rare degree with
needs them, too, while our' American the administrative faculty, it is this J H Niver Daytona J C Prink, Stuart
W P Shryock, New Smyrna M E Gruber West Palm Beach
women can wear .authinl and look which has undoubtedly helped to make '
well fait. Another thing our women her such a power as a promoter of the Frank T Bud Titusville M B Lyman, Lantana.
Edward Stiling Cocoa Stranahan & Co Fort Lauderdale
have never,let go.,out of date, and.that is intellectual in club life. She can direct : Geo F Paddison & Co, Eau Gallie Jordan & Spivey, Lemon City ',, Florida '
the princess gown, and this season it is the affairs of such concerns with the Hodgson Bros. Ean Gallie D R Knight, Lemon City
in good demand for those of fine figures. quiet effectiveness of a general. Her A Y W Hogg & Co Fort Pierce Frank T Budge Miami

For evening for smallish ,function>!f presence suggest refinement and forceof Geo E Coon Jensen W W Culbertsoa, Cocoanut Grove
there] is, (; new demand for cashmere character,.and she has always stood

Tha'oolcrs.;are..naturally of regula The. Raymond D. Knight. Go. ."
:
.
tion evening shades, and they are trimmed .
.
with tiny ruffles edged with fiatsatin SOLE ,STATE AGENTS fast' '
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,
ribbon,or' tome have ruffles made .'5
of satin ribbon from one to two inches 10-21-97 Jacksonville, Florida. . '
wide. Four; five, and six of,these are
sewed on.: The sashes to match are also ;

ruffled,and most of them reach'the bottom Bay Biscayne, Florida -,

of the gown and have the edges Hotel t I Niafflion Southern Railroad Point in _
rounded. In addition to cashmere in
white and light tints for'evening for the United States. Coast

young ladies there are buntings, veil \ Accommodations for 200 Guests. Hotel Homelike and Comfortable. ; ;"
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jugs, mousseline de lames and several J. (' : ::
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;I 1 qualities of"canna These are usually U0.y' 13016-97 S. GRAHAM Proprietor. i''C' '. )'
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made in,simple style with the new
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open blouse effect with puffed and shirred '
vest and yoke. Some of these pretty

new stuffs are more becoming to young U. D. HENDRICKSON R ilm9
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than far ,
persona more expensive ma- '
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terials., White in all of these, and ba Jdlf / if ;J'
rege, too, which r omitted"to' mention, General Merchandise. .
better liked than ,
are, any of the otherstie > .' -
gowns are wide about'the, hot- dins ALICE IVES BREED.

tern, other' comparatively narrow, the for the ethical 'in the advancement of Wholesale Oils, ] Groceries Paint
Salt
difference depending much the taste and has written of ClothinaHats
women
on considerably Gasolines, 76 and 86. 1 1 < .,.
of the wearer. Some flare'widely, and this subject for various periodicals. Although :; .-. '.' '

others measuring the .same :width, are a resident of Boston for so many '
\ laid in folds so that they do not look.so years Mrs. Breed remains thoroughly Caps, Sloes, Dry Good, Seeos, 'IMS, ,

fulL loyal to her native state, and among ..
The blouse and shirt waist are still her duties with many Boston clubs is
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with us, and there is no end to new the enthusiastic president of the Massachusetts Jin[ ,.

Idea One odd fancy had revers of Sons and Daughters of Illinois. ""
tucked ends of the Breed has Agent for Mapes'and Williams&;;Clark's
silk the tucks left airs been a prominent fig. .-- Fertilizers. H' : :
to flue 'The;: turtle neck effect will lure in the General Federation of Wom- : ;4'i -:- ,;*J >\ "._ .
doubtless be very popular a*the 'season en's'Clubs from the'inception of that Anti-Friction Iron Marine RailwayFor :_ ,

advances. Quaint fancies are obtained organization. She was a member of the Boats 75 Feet in length and Under. i

by the -use of' plaids out at various committee on moral and social reformat Steamers -

.", The sleeves grow tighter, with, the World's congress, Columbian exposition -
the',$hould ri.as' square- as "possible.About .: ,jn 1893. In the'latter part fDeXt' ,"Lake, ., W ort '* and "Gladys"
'- he blouse waists end with June occurs the session of the General --
On Lake Worth.
the belt and the others have what are Federation when it is believedthat .. ,, ..
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peplums "belt Bpt# will presi Schooner "MARY B." regularly between Lake Worth and JacksonvilleFree ,
blouses and shirt waists are snugger dent of this great body of cultured

ajtd. rimjEper,'than they>ere. All are ..women.\ ;Mr& Breed sails ,in a ,fow Delivery Boat!p.n Lake Worth.

irr ged''tio -that r elaborate: lace and ;:weeks .for an extended- tour of China I 124.97 tafce Worn, FI Q 'd a. Sybsaefko for } : .2:7:':.

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THE SUNDAY SCHOOL.' This Date In History-April 15 ESTABLISHED 1875- Ttl&vel t s

The
632-George Calvert Lord Baltimore project* Manages; ?

LESSON IV, SECOND QUARTER INTER or 1582.of the colony of Maryland. died; born William A. Bours & Co. .

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NATIONAL SERIES, APRIL 24. 719-Mme..de:Malntenoa,second wife of Lctdl @ Jacksonville, Fla. "
XIV, died; born 1635. FELIX GARCIA, Prop.
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18H-John Lothrop Motley historian and dip- -
Text of the Lesson, Math xvlll. 21-S3. lomat born in Chester. Mass.; died 1877. Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers. -
Be graduated at Harvard and studied at inTake Flor1
Memory Verses, 91, 23 Golden Text the University of Gottingen., Haul admitted The Best $2.00 per day Hotel g "

Luke. vl, Commentary by the Ker.D. to the bar 'and wrote a couple of .
, M. Steams. unsuccessful novels. Having decided to 6 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Florida. car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor, to atop at the Travelers'Weishans f1! _
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compile history of Holland, Motley returned SBBMJSJESISBBBBBBBBBISISBJSI -
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21. "Then came Peter to Rim and mid: in research. He served as minister to Austria \\e Handle Only theBest_ and Moet Reliable Seeds. A Complete Stock of, !


. Lord, and, bow I forgive oft shall him my brother Till seven sin times againstme ?" lSC7-David war.during Dudley the Field whole, the period elder of, father our civil of Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits,! Meal, N. :1T'

It Is so difficult,much as"\vo may read and Cyrus Stephen J., Henry M. and DavidD. Chas0 :
I talk about it, to believe and live out the ., died in Ktockbridge, Mass. Cotton Seed Meal Both Bright and Dark ,
belief that it is no longer I'that ''live, but 1888-Matthew ArnoJd, English poet, essayistand , ,

Christ who livcth in me (Gal. ii, 20). Peter's lecturer,died in Liverpool; born 1823. AT WHOLESALE FOR-
1833-The Duke of Veragua,a lineal descendant STATE AGENT
difficulty here is "mo" and "I, for-
of Columbus arrived in York state Agents For Fertilizer Co.
New from Tygert-Allen
getting the lesson of chapter xvi, 24, about :
Spain of the nation at the
as a guest
denying self and following Christ. A bet World's fair.188J Stnr Brand Fertilizers-Guaranteed Analysis, Orange Tree and Vegetable Fertilizer, Pore
ter way of putting His question would be, Russian nobleman Ground Bone, Nitrate Soda, Mnrtate of Potash Sulphate Potash, Kainit. Btu & Martinez Paint
Baron
von Grothens a
These Fertilizers have
f no Superior in the Market,and a trial will convince. Longman
Lord, how often would you forgive one died in Teton county, Mon. Send for Catalogue, free. io-28-OT
who would sin against you? It should

never be a question of what I would or :
would not do but always what would This Date In History-April 16 Lime, Brick,: Shingles, .

Jesus do Lord, what wilt Thou have me 1689-Aphara (or Aphra) Behn noted English
to do As Ills redeemed ones we are hereto dramatist and novelist died in London; nrnnrnrnrnrnr"nr"nrnTnrnrnnnnnT,"," Cement and Coal Tar.
manifest His life in these mortal bodies born about 1640. _
(U Cor. ir, 11) and make Him known. 182-France declared war against Mexico. A \:'
French was already in Mexico when .
army .
22. "Jesus with unto him. I say not unto : f
war was declared. It had landed with --
thee Until seven times but until seventy Spanish and English troops to demand reparation ......... for Sickler's Peerless ,Cement-Plastetj
times seven." His thoughts and of losses and injuries inflicted upon Agent
ways are as far above ours as heaven is foreign subjects during the revolutions. Florida. 10-51.87' -
above tho earth. Ho gives us eternal redemption Spain and England settled by negotiationsand E 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, :,=. "

blotting out all our sins, and withdrew their armies. Hostilities began Tlie City Meat t Market tl
I I assuring Ui of eternal glory, then teaches at the once City, and of in Mexico.July the Maximilian French occupied of r b

us that we are to overcome self and sin Austria was crowned emperor. Being en- J
and the devil, submitting meekly to manyan grossed with civil war. the United States
unjust demand of the world for His could not strongly protest against this violation -
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sake lest we prove a stumbling block. of the Monroe doctrine, but Napoleon
23-27. "Therefore Is the kingdom of m was advised that the proceedings O. WI WEYBREOHT:
heaven. likened unto a certain king, which might lead to a rupture. GEO S ADAMS Propr g .
would take account of his servants" In 1890-Richard H. Mather, distinguished proslessor ... .
of Greek at Amherst college,.died; ;
these verses wo have an illustration from born lS35. .-... -- Dealer in Hardware, ;
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our Lord's own lips of His forgiveness, 1892-Day of destructive storms in the middle == : : DEALER IN : : == s

Which lIe freely bestows upon every penitent Atlantic coast states, especially Virginia, -: ::: Plumber Steam and Gas Fitter Mini Paints, ,:
t sinner. The parables of the kingdom and also in England.1891General ". ..

sometimes have reference to tho mystery Oliver Lathrop Shepherd, U. B. Florida and Western Meats, and S&es! Im W i .
of this present ago when the kingdom its A., retired, veteran of the civil war,'died P -V- Tin, Copper,

; self, which was at bond is postponed till in New York city; born 1813. E Armour's Star Hams, Bacon $

He shall come again because of His peo ,
ple's rejection of Him Sometimes they This Date In History-April 17. and Dealer in Pumps Pipe Fitting and General Plumbing Supplies,Tin Ware,AjaU "

refer to the end of this ago and the events 1 35 Marino Faliero,doge of Venice,executed; Bologna, Tripe and Fig'sFeet ... Ware and House Farabhings of Every Kind.
e- ..
connected therewith. There Is one thing circumstances mysterious; many myths
that all should lay to heart and that Is and tragedies founded on it. E Domestic Poultry, Venison ::
that there is a day of reckoning for everyone UK-Ferdinand and Isabella, at the city o! .... AGENT FOR THE AEBHOTOB. CONSTRUCTOR of ISBIGATIOH( PUfiTS
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for every one of us shall give accountof Santa Fe, Granada, feigned the agreement and Wild Turkeys Butter
himself to God for God shall bring event with Columbus in regard to his vOj'age.ti ,

work Into judgment with every secret 17CO-Dr.Bishop Benjamin Benjamin: Franklin Hoadley died died; born;born 1706.180C 1G7S.. E and Eggs and a Full Line of Estimates for Work and Material. One or both promptlyFnrnbhdd.
8 thing, whether it be good or whether it bo ,
-William Gilmore Simms, author, born in ... 1-31-tf.
evil (Rom. :iv, 12; Fcc1.xti,14)). Tho Charleston; died there lS'o. -
judge Is appointed even Him whom God 1892-Alexander Mackenzie, Canadian statesman == Vegetables. .' BSA.OII- 'FLOELD
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IFAXjM
raised from the dead (Acts nil, 31)), the and ex-premier,died at Toronto; born '. ......... WEST

same who speaks to us in this parable I in England 1822. ,'.",. ..,., ...
cannot say that tho verses we are consid $,-The famous Brazilian insurgent warship ..... : .....
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Bring refer to any period of the time of future boat Aquidaban sunk by a government torpedo ..... FURNITURE

judgment, but rather to present forgiveness 1835-Treaty of peace signed by China and Ja .-.... .
; ,for Uod may bo Raid to be alwaysIn
pan.
some sense reckoning with people. It 18OO-James Rich Steers, one of the builders o! -EMail Orders from any Responsible :2 ,Household Sewing Machlses,
poems to me that the main point of thispart the racing yacht America in 1850 died in 4 + -
of tho parable is the full and free for New York city. r Parties in the County will Be3. The Best Macb.inc.Made Light RtulDlD hand
; Noiseless. =
givrncss which He bestows upon every

I penitent. The debtor was greatly debt, This Date In History-April 18 ceive Prompt Attention. .' il Sole Agents for the famous Wall Track.
owing 10,000 talents which, according to P .Mattresses marls to coder, A
the estimate in tho margin, would be over 1731-William Williams "sign Line of
.... Complete ,
er" for Connecticut, sol
t9OUOOOU: and ho could not pay, as W8M1 ....
a cent on the dollar, for he had noth dier,etc.,born in Lebanon. .(; --- -- ,FURNITqEEof
Conn.; died there 181L .
lag yet he was presumptuous enough task 1775-Paul Revere's famous '. --- ---- I all descriptions at* Rock: Bottom Prlees,

fcr patience, promising to pay all ride out Boston to arouse both Wholesale and,, Retail. Baby Car
5 A is Made of ;; .
Ills lord moved with compassion,forgavehim the patriots. Revere was Specialty Supplying
from $6.00 to Go Carts
riages $20.00.
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tho whole debt. Our indebtedness to an active, public spirited --- up
Dud for life and care and mercies since we : colonist and had served in E Winter Cottagers Yachts Private Refrigerators, Ice Chests,'Etc.
:
: We have a consignment of Oak Diners
had any being is beyond computation. Iwo the British colonial forces ...
and Reed Rockers that will be sold
should but against France. During the '- Terr
count minutefor
one
a
mercy
Revolution he served the Cars and Parties. :;
LIEBIQ. low. We handle the famous Cleveland
only 20 years, they would be over 10, ....
cause as a soldier and also with his mechanical and Rambler BICYCLES.
COO,WO, but who can estimate tho merciesof talEnt. Two of his grandson --- ....
a moment I attention given to our Man Orders. We
served civil ,
in the and killedat
war one was
Guarantee Satisfaction,both in Good and Pried.I .
2 .30. "But tho fame servant went out Gettysburg. ==
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Call on us,or send in your orders to
r and found one of his fellow servants which 1817-George Henry Lewes noted English I
i I owed him an hundred pence." Accordingto writer on philosophy,born in London; died 15 and 17 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

t the margin, a debt of not over $25, yet 184'i-lhttle 1875. of Cerro Gordo, Mexico. 11 11 11l11jl1jl1il1 11 11il il1l1ill1jl1l11l11 l1jl1l1ill1il ONLY $6.00.
Di B COOPER Co.
see his treatment of his fellow as comparedwith M'fg
lS'3-Baron Justus Liebig, the great chemist, 4-21
f his lord's treatment of him. But da died at Munich; born 1803. ,

not condemn him unless you are sure tha 1 5-R. C.Wickliffe,ex' vernor of Louisiana,
ycu are not guilty. Man's inhumanity tc died. Granville Perkins the artist died;
\ man U as marvelous as God's compassion. born 1830.:
I Great as I* God's forgiveness, so great is LITTLE BROS. The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co

man's lack of it. Have you never said o f This Date In History-April 19
I any one, "1 cannot forgive him," or "I'llI
forivl"but I cannot forget If you bav e 1390-Eing Robert HI of Scotland died. .

,. said such things,you have no right to condemn 1560-Philipp Melanchthon, reformer scholar fertilizer 9 ptyosptyate: Qampapy: E. SUDLOW Gen!'
I this num. Remember tho words of and coadjutor of Luther, died; born 1497. ,, Manager.
18S9-Queen Christina who abdicated UK
: : our Lord in a certain case, "Ho that ii .
throne of Sweden, died; born 1626.
1''I, t without sin among you let him first cast a 1718-Surrender of Weimar to the Prussians. Jacksonville, Florida. -
I r stone" (John viii ';). 1721-Roger Sherman, "signer," born at New- Pineapple and Vegetable Fmiliz sl
\ :i. "to, when his fellow servants saw town Mass.; died 171)3) in New Haven. "'l"" ,
I I' what was done they were very sorry and 1775-Beginning of American Revolution; collisions t -
came and told unto their lord all that was : between patriot militia and British If you are requiring Fertilizers for .
; i done." In this case there was nothing tbatthf1' soldiers at Lexington and Concord. 1." Ammonia 5-6 per cent. I Ammonia? 5-6 per cent.
1813-Benjamin Rtuh "signer." died in Phi la. Vegetables Pineapples Me write to
i' Available
P. A. cent.
{ could do but tell their lord, for, ho delphia; born 174. 4-5 per Available P. A. M per cent.

I alone had power to deal with the wicked 1S24-Lord Byron died at bills.'olonghi, Greece; : '. us and we can give you. more value Potash K. 2 O. 7.8 per cent. Potash K. s 0, g-1o per cent.
servant. But hero is an application whichevery born 1788.ISCllIassachnsetta!.

I believer with profit lay to heart troops attacked in Baltimore for than other Manufacturer
may your money any .
\,"c.lt we have received Christ Jesus as our ; Luther C. Ladd and Addison 0. <'otton
I Saviour, are truly forgiven, washed sanctified Whitney killed,usually considered the first or Dealer in this State or <

i justified but there aro millions who victims of the civil war.1SOG ....
,...
-Judge Arthur J. Herman the
arc not and who do not knoanything of West Virginia, died at first Parkers-governor from any other State. Writeor pamphlets '
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about the Lord Jesus and nro liable to be burg. Special attention given to private formulas. ,
prices etc. to above address. 1M2.97
.J cast forever into the hands of the great ad 1897' -War declared between Turkey and 12-16-S7 &f Send for
Pamphlet and prices. W. F. ARMSTRONG
versary who now oppresses them. Are we Greece. :Milnes Levick, an old and favorite JR., Agent
sorry enough for them to say to our Lord actor, died in New York city; born 183L

1 i who has saved us: "Here ami Send met Z&tel KU0F&& '
]I
,t tell them of Thee and of Thy salvation?"0This Date In History-April 20 .
:' 3234. "And his lord was wroth, and
'j J delivered him to the tormentors till ho 1718-David Brainerd, famous Kingsland & Comstock
missionary to the Indians,
'I 1'I should pay all that was duo unto him. born at Haddam, Conn.; g Lake
\Ve must not think of our Lord in this died 1747. Worth Ice Works

I story as if lie was speaking of Himself, 1736-Prince Eugene of : ,
: : for we are nowhere taught that Ho ever famous commander SavoyJi' .i'
forgives and then takes back His forgive bornlCCa. ;; No. 5 Fulton Market, NEW YORK.
r; ness. The gifts and calling of God are 1808-Charles Louis Napoleon ;r/ _'
: Bonaparte, known in history . Manufacturer Retailer and of. .
without repentance (Rom. xi, 29). He as Louis Napoleon Shipper WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OP FISH

never changes Ills mind. We must notice third emperor of the D Rwr.f.
I'' that our Lord is telling of a certain manand French, born in Paris; died at Chiselh nisi .
j his servants, and the lord in the story Jan. 9,1873.1882Charles .
is the master of these servants, not our Robert Darwin,the noted English Florida
i. Lord. See the small letter 1, not capital scientist,proponnder of the "missing link" fish
L. So In tho story of tho unjust steward theory, died in Kent county, England. ICE : H
IRQ-Severe earthquake throughout the whole
the question is repeatedly asked, How -
of California central
; near Vacaville when
could our Lord ever commend such fraud? great damage was done. A NDistilled
I l' Our Lord never did, but tho man's master 1894-Fatal and destructive earthquake I la '
't or lord (small I) commended his fraudu.I Greece. A

it lent servant for being clever enough to 1896-Baron Maurice de Hirsch,noted financier 0. Specialty.
provide a future welcome for himself in and philanthropist,died at Presburg,Hungary ,
I Ii- the homes of those whom he had befriended ; born 1833.
f at his lord's expense Our Lord taught 1807-General Richard W. Johnson, U. 8. A.t Water
retired died in St. Paul
that we ought to make such use of present Cosalgrz ersts Solicited. : 11-18-97

it: opjiortunities-lawfully, of course as I J ,
would be for our benefit in tho life to coma i This Date In History-April 21] ,

>85.! "80 llkcwto shall My Heavenly Father I :Alexander the Great died.
do also unto if from i 1112-Pierro Abolard, famous
you ye your unfortunate R. A.
hearts forgive not every one his brother French scholar and reformer, Seal; burn McPHERRIN Proprietor. Do you want a:STEAMBOA
:; their trespasses." In tho epjstlo to the 1079. The fame of Abelard has descendedto T?

Epheslans we aro taught in the openingand posterity chiefly through his connectionwith
Heloise The story of these two,
following words
our
privileges in
: which reads like a romance, is literally o- We
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have
Christ. Blessed with all them to sell
spiritual blessings and if
true. The remains of the lovers rest sid we have none
accepted in tho Beloved,in whom we by side in the same mausoleum in the cemetery FACTORY AT- on hand to suit, we can build...... ,
have redemption, the forgiveness of sins of Pere la Chaise, Paris.
seated with Christ in the heavcnlies. Then' 1783' Bishop Heber, author of "From Green- JUST WHAT YOU .
WANT.
we aro taught that because of these great 'sley Mountains," born; died 1826.

benefits conferred upon us we should walk 1809-Robert,born Mercer Taliaferro Hunter, statesman I r-- .-West Palm Beach. We are also prepared to famish ,_____/ ,
worthy of our vocation, walk in love, walk in Essex county Va.; died then
18S7.
AJ children of light and other Jan-3.9s'
''i among 1616-Charattellronteanthorof"Jane I
thing forgive one another even as God for born; died ISaa.lS36Battle Eyre Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.Write
i t ChrUt's rake bath forgiven us (Eph. Iv, of Saa Jacinto; defeat and fright.ful "K .
8=) alvation is nowhere nuulo dependent i slaughter of Mexicans by Texans under ,
upon any works or good deeds of ours, Sam Houston; Santa Anna captured and or call on M for Anything in
but is always set forth as a free gift(Rom. Texan independence faecnnd.1879General : our Llnethat you need
4 Iv 6 TI 23 John U 12 Rev ? John Adams Dix died in New Indian River Nurseries.Bndded
I ; ; ; nUt, ,l p). York city; yarn 19.:!. Merrill-Stevens
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o. Then having become children of God by 1805-Panl Fenimore Cooper son of the nov el' Engineering Co.
J faith in Christ Jesus, we are earnestly exhorted 1st, died in Albany! : born 1823.
I' to walk as such, assured that all in 1S88-M. Jean Baptism Leon Bay celebrated Citrus Trees of every variety on Sour Orange and Lemon Stock also full) .,
A our lives aa Christians which He approves : French statesman,died in Paris; born 1826. line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this section, including Jacksonville, Florida.
!ff i hall be rewarded, but all else shall be I -- Budded Mangoes, 50 Varieties of Crotons, 25 Varieties of
'I I burned' up as wood hay and stubble. Palms. Roses, Strawberry Plants Pineapple Slips, Etc. Proprietor JACKSONVILLE

I Snbscrtbe for Tle'Se. .? JOHN 6. BEACH, Proprietor o-l"97 West Palm Beach, Fla. MARINE_ RAILWAYS.
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"; # .tI.AKEI"'WORTH: '.. that will wash and never. fade out -, Destruction of Mexican_Forests. r.r o'-l "

*.* !' .There is one profane but jolly'Irish Whidden's. :
How a Tourbt. Enjoyed) Life .Here! man; who' bas"invaded the.corps d'Afri-. The'early conga ero rs.of this country s Market TH'EEARMAN HOUSE J
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% Last Winter. /; qae of.'rickers, and it is a sight and an and their followers of today have been
: w Is Prepared to Supply
\ ---- use J .ravishment to witness him and hear very wasteful and careless in,the disposition .
4.Palm Beach Ion, Florida, Tuesday,; lim :u J he jfnricks along the mosaicked. of their forests, with the result, you with' "*>* : Is now open for Winter:Travel.

February J, lWe read- with.a. shiver pave jingling a local melodious air that: accelerating the-date.when: 'they.will be :Best of Accommodations.
that the' thermometer! last i.eek> bad I goes somewhat in this 'y'me-I i compelled to face a problem of forest Good Meals at Living, Prices I' 0, :
Table Seat the
got down to 28 below & t7ohoa; 'and at 1 "Oh,at Palm Beach you can goal you preservation at considerable' cost to Market. Affords. ':< ," -

Troy fn proportion. The.tai\of the ,cold i pl&iseg, themselves.. Denizens of the northwestare jCI'es'A 1OI'lt, '.., }: .' -E3atha: In Connection. '
spell must hare struck' Palm Beach, for OunJo'a Ton can ride a jinrick for your chelae's' familiar with the rapidity with which 'Beef, '.. Rates' Reasonable. Short Distance from the,Depot.
; push cart at your aise .
about daylight this morning, the mercury Or rest the valuable timber areas have been denuded ,Aiarese
it alone through the daisies, : ] ouz tit ,
got down to a recordof 53, but ;wh'enwe Or glide arahaycle- that amazes until now there is scarcely a ]! 1RS. S. E. EAEIAN,

got up at 8 o'clock it had also got up, Too sari;Ja-ber8lA' merchantable tree between Arkansas and &nd Qggs.. : ( T."--' S _ ..
114.97
to 68, and WIth. cloudless t WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
j; skys 'and.a the Canadian line. Many notes of warn. Native Meats
warm unobscured sun and .aot.'mabreeze Wednesday, Feb. 2.-At Palm Beach sags accompanied this destruction of the a specialty..

It is likely,to reach' 86 degrees yesterday afternoon we had a cold scare, northern soft wood forest, but they fell Your Patronage Solicited., .
before* night and word that last'night there might be upon unwilling ears. Only after it was
And life! Well, there's Just: 'plentyofit ; frost as far South,as Jupiter Inlet, which I too late to stop the mischief did the Market on Banyan,Street, BRELSFORD' :EROS

down here. They caught a 500 pound u 18 miles north.of.here, where the Indian country begin to recognize the indirectvalue i 11-12 WEST PALM
jew j fish on the* pier yesterday, and asI river is connected of forests BEACH
by a just completed to agriculture and, that
write they are hauling in a ten foot navigable canal with Lake Worth no high degree of civilization can exist Real, Estate--and-Insurance
,
. shovel nose shark Last Sunday I think and also with the Atlantic. The weath. permanently without some systematicand "-,

we saw,a.ton, more or less of. shee ps- er: bureau has arranged that when frosts adequate forest management. ,In JOHN N: C. STOCKTON, President.: Palm Beach, Florida.
head fish caught by hook and line. are likely to 'come that the locomotivesof India the destruction of the forests com RAYMOND D. KNIGHT: Vice-President ", .
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What were not sold to the hotel were the trains shall warn the inhabitantsof menced 1,000 years ago, and that conn- THOS. P. DENHAM, Cashier. Notary' Public Cottages to HLettt..
in cold
put storage and shipped"'north, the impending danger to their cropsof try, having at last seen the folly of such JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier. -S. Ss.1.97
where they.. are': sold for"fresh fish." ,
young vegetation.
Accordingly yeserday :. Post-Office Building North of Poinclan Hotel.
They are,as goexfa 'baker :;as swims. the.trains came along screechin expensive s. ,

The best wsy of cooking:them is to'staff their unwelcome warnings to the scared The effect upon rainfall and the productiveness .

them like a turkey,,sprinkling. stuff* habitants, and a genuine frost scare of the cultivated, tracts has National Bank ofthe
tug with'fine-ehopped aromatic herbs. ensued.: already been acknowledged
by investiga
Thus they are Just lovely. to .tickle the Monday night the thermometer fell to tors. When Cortes first saw the valley T. V. CASHEN
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languid appetite 52 above"zero-not below-and last nightat l Mexico. it was covered with woods, ,
Yesterday we steamed'up to Pitt's Is dark.to about 50 ,Fires were built.in not dense, but abundant, from the, timber State of Florida

land nine miles away,' with a party, pineapple plantations and about garden line on the volcanoes down to the '-
among whom were Mr. Fred. Cluet and patches. All Manufacturer of and Deafer.
< day yesterday the skies waters edge. The reckless cutting down
Hits Cluet, of Troy,'Mr. Moore'of H ud-' were smoky, but without a cloud in the of the forests by the Spaniards; in ,the 'TRANSACTS A--,

tots, and others,, and,, saw the queer horizon, only a haze, through which the first century following the conquest in

things of that queer resortinclnding; the sunlight struggled as water through a 1521 increased evaporation, caused the GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS YELLOW PINE LUMBER

hermit crabs, which were sunning and filter. What wind there was was from the lakes to dry up,led to frequent droughts ,

parading themselves in their stolen, coverings north, but there was enongh wind to followed by occasional floods, and
or clothes of oyster, clam or other keep off the frost, so sometime in the changed the climate, of Anahuac.

marine shells.'. early hours this morning the thermometer Any old rancher will tell stories of Accounts of Bankers,-' .And Tiny ei. .

We stopped at Cragfn's famous place registered 42 degrees, 10 above the streams that flowed when he was a boy Merchants, Manufacturersand

on our return, where we saw his great Freezing point, and today at noou there and_wtll show the dry arroyo tow, Mouldings. Turned Work Fancy Scroll Work,
botanical Individuals
display including, is a leaden sky, only faint sunlight, and They.all claim that the tablelands ha solicited.... Pickets, Lath, Orange and Vegetable Crates.
THB TRAVELLER'S TREE the mercury at noon ranging from 66 to timber in considerable quantities de

from Madagascar, which contains water 6S degrees. That would be warm withyou now there are barren deserts. deg Capital and S SnrDlns c $$190JOOO. Jacksonville, Florida. 10-28-97
,
but it isn't
stored in large pods to quench the thirst here. 'The wind is now This government has,taken some s ,
of dry travellers in desert lands. The I turning to the southwest and warmerweather in the matter, but it is also necessary for

tree is a bountiful provider of that fluidin is predicted.-Editorial Cor. the landowners to assist in this work by Issue our own drafts to all the principal
the hot and parched countries of distant Troy(N. Y.) Northern Badg. _. planting trees and irrigating: them for a cities in Great Britain, Holland

lands. Of,course trolling and fish ... few years until they have taken goodroot. Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy, Tho Southern Fuol and SUDP1YCopauy
>>>>
catching wu'an incident the tnp.. Dade County for Sugar. By using good judgement in selecting Spain Portugal and Germany.
Mr. Fred. Cluett is greatly improved the trees and planting in a few
in health since he came'here, and is'vigorous To the Editor;Much has been said and years the complaints which are now so JacksonvilleFlorida :Wholesale And Retail Dealers In-

in the,exercises of out door.life,,of. written recently about theXade County I frequent of years of droughts will soon s-2rat Wood Coal Ooke Brick
which during the charming sunlightdays Fair recently held at Miami. The de 1 become fewer and fewer until they fi- Lime, Cement
there is no dearth. scrption of the exhibits of tropical fruits I n.-Jly cease.-Monterey Globe.

Life'on'the "Fifteenth Avenoo" is an fact vegetables the various, etc.are' articles not overdrawn; in ---- Geo.S. Hacker & Son Shingles and Laths.
animated and 'picturesque in convey a poor -
spectacle '
Florida climes. And: the turn outs are: impression of the actual facts, and the Protect the-Forests., S Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.

fashionable e though there isn'ta horse wondeful development' of that localit y. The forests fires now raging in North
on Palm Beach peninsula. The penin While the display of fruits, vegetables, Carolina and Georgia should be a warning ;
solar is formed by the Atlantic Ocean etc., in March shows the tropical nature to the people of the South that that

on one side, and Lake Worth, twenty of the climate 'and the fertility of the section cannot claim exemption from t Office 408 West Bay Street.
four ailes long, on the other. The Gulf soil of this- recently unknown regiQntt t this: destructive agent. In North Car; .
T Stream in the ocean comes within a mileor and its, adaptability for -the profitablegrowing J lina whole forests are said to have been 8OTdacksonville Florida. -

so of the shore, and being a hot river of winter vegetables aud tender destroyed by fire during the past week, IO- ,

practically, some 18 or,20 degrees warmer tropical fruit, a most significant fact has an area of fine timber eighty miles i in

than the ocean,through which it runs been generally;!: omitted in all of the notices I length having been swept away. In "; ,,, -
up from the tropic, ,seas,, to,the north published. I allude to the hand Georgia: while the fires are not so extensive "
with a-considerable'current, is 'warm etsame, vigorous and fully matured specimens great damage has been done. -

than the Atlantic which environs it, and of tropical sugar cane. The Southern States have not figured MANUFACTURERS OF ,'.-.j. .,1 -.'' ., : .
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it thus renders the temperature. the Several varieties were exibited, all largely in forest fires in the past partly Doors ,-
Sash
coast here softer and warmer as is this fine, some remarkably large, and, mos because the country is sparsely settlecand S .. ,-" -
i significant of all, in vigorous, partly because the agencies hare
whole eastern coast by some two or threei healthy Blinds, MouldingsAND
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degrees warmer than the western or'Gal. I condition and fully matured. The date not been'present to produce fires But, PROSPECTORS -
pf Mexico coast 'This givea balm soft.! considered the middle of March, is to a with the increase in population and the -

ness and sunshine to the atmosphere.Lake :sugar grower and manufacturer most si ggrowth in the number of mills, factories Building Material,

Worth' forming the western side nificant, showing beyond question the and railroads this exemption cannot be CHARLESTON _AND_ 0
S C.
of the peninsula, was originally a clear I fact that this locality is fully equal to expected: to continue. The South has ,
fresh water lake, not far from the. Everglades .' Cuba in climatic conditions, and far s anow the largest reserves of timber in the Largest Factory South. --
perior to Louisiana or Middle Florida United States this side of the INQUIRERS
,but is now salted the ; Rocky Send for Prices.
by waters
,. .. . I Fut ,that frost.. Itn PTPl.tpd ,_.1.m.__,_........r a-_..... 11.ronntain \t"n11r1. .. t.n.n O'P"1....... ..;t..r ,;:\;,
me ocean wuicu uuw in and out with --- '---' --- 0------ u. u'u.&" ----------- -- -- b. t''J II $1
the tides, bringing in great schools 'of and expense in American sugar production the same agency which has worked somuch ''-*fWill find THE TROPICAL SUN

the most favorite and palatable fishes either cane or beet, is not to be feared ,destruction in the, Northern forests A. B. Campbell ,' >:t .' >'*" _
'.: loaded to the muzzle week with 7"
in
Dade should devastate every
that people the great depths. This 24 County. There are vast Southern forests also .' ,
miles long peninsula is from a mile to a areas of soil of extreme fertility adjacent The South should learn a lesson from (Mgr Ludden & Bates So. Music House) ._ : just the information they want. ,
to water and rail the North in this matter and Jacksonville Florida. :
half or less in width,' over which the transportation take step '
it
and be convinced. ,
Try
balmy and warm air of the ocean and making this an ideal"10caHty for sugar to protect its forests from fire.-Ex. PIANOSOEGANS ,

the lake I is modified by the salt ocean growing.While I have --- ...- Snbs riptiotiPrice-l',,' .." year, $2 ; Six Months, $1, ; Three' Months. ,, 50. eta,
nothing to to dis >: ''
and lake breezes. The lake is from a say The handsome new cover of The
half, mile .to a mile or more wide courage vegetable and fruit growing, Standard Designer for May but faintly
through its entire length, and is a beau and expect to see a wonderful develop f foreshadows the hosts of good things- Best Makes, Lowest Prices,
tifnl body of water whose shores are lined i ment of both industries, they must necessarily artistic and otherwise-which are to be -' Easiest Terras. .
with waving cocoanut trees, other be limited to a comparatively Found within. There are four color Sheet Music Music Books and: Small
palms, palmettos, and tropical flowersa short season,and a limited area. A fewthousand fifteen Instruments of All Kinds at Rock
plates full half
page tones and
....
Bottom Prices.....
acres will furnish all of the
growth that is evergreen ,with\ perpetual wood-engravings, and numerous other Write for Frew Catalu&;ae. 9-17-97
verdure and bloom.I winter vegetables demanded, while there
cats made by the latest and best up-to-
said there were nOborses, here, but are hundreds of thousands of acres of date processes, illustrating the newesttasteful SAMUEL r.. STORER. GEORGE H.CHASE. KH.BURH POWERS.,
there are mules for the five land in this region to producethem.A staple
cent and
cars stylish productions of mo tied (Spanish and
that run between the hotels, and wheeled crop is required to fully develop this distes and milliners. There are dresses ESTABLISHED 1865b. -

vehicles of all sorts, except carriages, region. No staple crop offered a larger wraps and other garments, galore, less

including genuine jinrickishas, all the profit to the' grower and manufacturer ornamental but quite as serviceable; for ancy- s. & CO.
than does STOKER
way from Japan, push carts, rollinchairs g sugar cane. With a fertilesoil milady and all the members of her fame .
,, and bicycles galore. In fact it is and climate free of frost where a ily. Under the title "Human Lilies"
a paradise for bikes, out of which they rainfall) of ample amount occurs'regular confirmation and graduation costumesare PineappleSlips

extract all the sports and games knownto Iy all during the growing season, with dry takingly described. Fancy work is 1: Wholesale Commission Dealers

wheelers. The jinrickishas are a feature and winter months for maturing the given unusual space in this number, and
of Palm Beach You can ride all crop and the manufacture of sugar, the there are designs for the skill of the embroiderer and Suckers and Shippers of all Kinds of. : '

t the way in 'rick through a long and conditions are admirably suited for and the
" artist, as well as for for Rate of the FOilowingarietif't', viz-
wide avenue of palmettoes, interspersed most profitable sugar growing, particu.larly pretty things in tatting, crocheting knit Abbaka, Porto Rico, Lobsters
: :
with a wilderness of oleanders in full when there is an unlimited demand ting and lace work. The bicycle enthusiast Smooth Cayenne, <

and flourishing red :blossoms, over a at profitable prices. will find out how he can utilize his Egyptian Queen,
beautiful and wide tesselated cement Dade County can be made one of the Ripley Queen Golden
hopelessly damaged wheel and its appurtenances Queen,
walk, from one hotel to the other, fo rif greatest her agricultural regions in America and the pretty girl, as wellas White Antigue. : Fresh Fish :
ten cents or up and back for fifteen capacity for sugar production is her plainer sister will probably put Pernambuco,
cents. These jinrick chaises developed She has all of the requirements ,
are likely to practical test the advice ice'"Arts of Enville.
to become a popular mode of conveyance' of soil and climate and requiresonly Beauty." The Early delivery can be made. part of the
at watering places. They are the joint efforts of labor and capital of customary departments fruit last[ from this 1'fantationbavingheen picked : Turtle.
ornament floriculture etiquette, literature and month. .lpplyto ;t : :
allike to establish au industry that has >
a carriage in minature never
,and fanci- the household will be found seasonableas C.C.
MATTHAMS
fied In failed to enrich the locality iu which it 99999999
ornamentation ,and,; enameledleather. well as serviceable and above all, interesting
They will supercede the has been introduced under favorable Florida Pineapple Company,
push conditions -but, indeed, this adjective nof Particular Attention paid to consignments from Florida.
cast, and perambulatory chairs being of climate and soil.-R. E. be applied impartially to every page 5-21-97 West Palm Beach, Fla.jfijP .
more comfortable to ride in. Thns there Rose, in Times Union and Citizen. this number of the magazine, as its many 11.18.97 10 Fulton Fish Market, MEW YORK. '

u no trouble.la getting. about in this Kissmmee, April 2, i&S. readers may prove to their own 'satis I
horseless region ... faction.
But I suspect that the horse is to come THEY SAY- ---..*. The Palms First-Class"

in even here, for a carriage road has That Mason, and Dixon's line is The summer girl this season may -

been, cut through nearly ,the entire. dividing line between cold bread ta learn of many engagements along the

length of the Palm ,Beach peninsula, i hot biscuit. coast that are not hers. But the plea of Now Open For Winter Travel.All
and already mu1 coach has been put ; That the cows in this country furnish interference with an infant industry

on to run to a nearby flower show place I more milk for two-legged than for fo nr- would not avail in abatement.-Times- Modem Improvements, Electric JOB WORK
Bat with'bike.*,, perambulating chairs, legged calves.. Union and Citizen. Bells, Baths, Etc. .

male cars, and the like, there is no lack That Florida has no ground hogs but of $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY. .
of.conveyances, and the darkeys who plenty of hogs of the other kinds. Plenty fifteen strawberries in town latelyat Address,,",. -
cents a quart, but they weand
are mainly the 'rickers, although Got' That real friends .
are good to have here "
shipped from further north iu the "THE PALMS
from Japan, are well, } 'Japanned fo a polo Y09'can never have too' I State
I I many.. -home# grown ones being J all gone! 1-16-95 West Pain Beach, Florid At THE SUN Office.



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6' THE TROPICAL SUN,' 'WEST PALM:, BEACH, FLORIDA, THURSDAY APRIL 21, '189& .

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BYPOLUXO BAPPESISGS. -
School. F u14 Apo PACTS '
West.Paim.Beach City .

.i>OCt1Jp Nl ufl The; present term-of the public school 'Witty Saying" Intesr.pesr..dWltbBasJoe.s : Our_school closed-quietly.Saturday.,' B'Brotlier'r it;' r f :

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was completed on Saturday last,' when Bargains. Scotia Farm is shipping over 100 cratesof CalleR r .

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the scboot'was closed after a very successful tomatoes a day.
Dr. I. A. Pugh, the dentist, leaves for

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.GUY ] term of seven months. the North On the joth-All wishing : .'W. W. Prout'made a trip to West 3t .
The closing exercises consisted: of a work done should call on him at once. Dry GOOSHOUSe,1villa
.Palm Beach Monday.Two .
match to the whole
prize spelling open Dlxon-I don't believe It" true that the, popular '
I.METCALF, ,school, an.,address to the scholars by earth goes round. car loads of tomatoes left here {

EDITOR AND MANAGER. 'the Rev.W.: J. Cady, the reading of the Hixon- Wby not? for Cincinnati 0., this week. ,.,Horida..

examination lists and winners, anda Dlxon-:Because I never get my share. u .,. G
prize
left 'Wednesday
N. S. '
YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION, $2 short farewell addres3 by Prof. L F. Chicago News. for Maj.his home at Boynton Port I tU'OD. Mich 'V IV The Leading Dry Goods HonsB

Hicdry, the Principal, who has resigned Send for Buttericfc Pattern Sheets to .

his position in order to proceed,with his Mrs. M. G. Macdonald, Agent, Jacksonville ,A goodly number of the Hypoluxians ,

ministerial work. Fla. were in Palm Beach shopping Saturday. in the State, ; jI

The examination lists are as follows:' "How is your wife?" Another car 'load of tomato crates

ENGLISH GRAMMAR.Gsdes "I"Why see,her how very that seldom." f. have been put on the side.track here for I The Largest Stock The Newest Styles,

7 and 8, Sara Moses 'Because sue tits behind me on oar tandem. J, W. Porter. the Lowest'Prices.
at
a Grades 4 and 5, James YarboroughGrade Fligende Blatter. The first raft of lumber from the hot : ,' Will send samples free of ehJ.ie. -

6, Florence Glenn in towed Palm Beach last Sun- To all whom request we
Swet and Irish Potatoes any quantity thus was to, Charges on aUI

-AMONG OUR OHUEOHES> ARITHMETIC. I at Clematis Avenue Supply Sore."I day by Capt. Ricker.Commission WE orders PREPAY to the amount Express of Is.oo or over,

Sara Moses I the order. .
Grade 8
----1$ accompanies
; never knew but one man who thought he men are not so numerousthis when money
Time and Place Services, Special Grade 7, Gussie Moffatt understood women." *; Department : ?
take
week and the home people are Mail 'order
f Notices, Week-Day and Sunday Grade 6; Walter J. Haugh "And I'll bet he wasn't married." The Best Equipped "
,. "Of course he wasn't"-Ex. ing advantage of the situation.J. BAck it Goods Ara Plot u We say.
Your btoaey
Meetings. Grade 5, James YarboroughGrade write for Samples and,TrY it :

_-...1.IHptsopal --- 4, Burke Barman Dont forget; J. F. OLIVER'S when W. Porter has fine watermelons that -Respectfully-
you,want Fancy Groceries. the Scotia and Kenton -
Services.IJriSCOfAt are very palatable,
,I ,..th ALGEBRA CI.ASS-Sara Moses.U. Mrs.Benham-Do yon suppose that Man Farms also have ripe,melons. BROTHERS'POPULJtR
: COHEN
S. HISTORY. la Inhabited?
CnCJCB-Bethtsda-by.-the-Se&, demand and '
in
*" Tomato packers are
REV.J.N. If DLPOKD,Rector. Grades 7 and 8, Ida M.: Ingersoll Benham-No. If it was, yon would hear
HtNDRV,Ass't Minister. the women talking. -IT.Y.JournaL cannot be had-lots of fruit rotting for I HOUSE
l'n :
Rs v.L. : J-'xES Grade 6, Stanley Moffatt DRY GOODS,
Sirf ice every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock: Grades 4 and 5, Mary Cady Talk about Light Shoes we got 'en. the want,of hands who understand packing I ,.
A Uancu will nn regvlarly in connection,leaving Mrs. J. Frank. __ Florida. o.
West Palm Reach city dock at too. Fare GEOGRAPHY. Jacksonville, _
or the round trip, 10 cents. Grades 7 and 8, Sara Moses You can always tell whether a man or The growers of this place were badly 10-28-97 -

Sar.daI8ch at 3 p. m. Grade 6, Stanley Moffatt woman runs the house by watching at what disappointed one night last week, after I
age the youngest boy gets suspender and
the Indian River
notified that
'
t being
Grades and Mary Cady I.-
4 5 the oldest girl does her hair up-New York
BaorntcaaooD or ST. ANDREW.-Meets on Press. steamboat would be here for a bad of
the Second and Fourth Wednesday of eachfaontL SPELLING.
,
then
Grades and 8 Gussie Moffatt tomatoesand, notwithstanding
,
L.F.KINDRY,Director. 7 Boat building done right at home, i ;
JW.: F/AttMiTaoxo,Ja, Secretary., Grade 6, Edith Heim the most approved manner good work: short notice and inconvenience some '

I\-: t \ r_ ". ._. __ Grade 5, Regina Heim manship and at living prices. Call o I when the hour arrived for the boat .GltEt! G. zflo1* ,
Capt. A. T. Rose. nthere 418 crates of tomatoes on the
was
... H. Chui i READING. Every woman has her times when sh<; docks; no steamer loomed in sight and ..J. DEALER IN .-- =
Semen will bo held In the Knights of Pyth-
i she the she did whe after waiting until 11:00 o'clock a majority
Grades 7 and 8, Ida Ingersoll wishes dared act way I V
l. llall the First Third and Fourth Sundays I
S on :
I Hei she wan li'tle and used to make faces anc I retired so we were compelled to Groceries
r ot each mr.t1lIt u..m.and 730 p. m. Every Grade 6, Edith mstick Staple and Fancy
child
out her tongue at the neighbors'; ,
em:cordLaU1 invited to attend. "I was glad I Grades 4 aid 5. Mary Cady ren.-New York Press. retrace our steps, and the matter has
'whew t1ey'rAd onto'ne.let us go into the houseL furnished material for gossip. The sentiment -

i of I he 1/MdJ, BIT.J.It.Wauctir,Pastor.. PHYSIOLOGY CI.ASSara Moses. Child's White Sandals-Anthony Bros. of the people is that U the boat Grain and all Food Supplies.. ,

" ., The names given above are those who Sludge-Which IB proper to Bay- Lend me runs regular whether she gets a load or

t1 Hv ctn<3 Stall Lodge, Ho. 46, stood highest in their respective classes, 110.or"Loan me J10?" not she will be patronized, but we must --.--- ,

Knights of Pythias, as the result of the examination. Wickwire-It won't do you any good to eay have a certainty. The growers may feela PRODUOEAI'I"I'

E ,="'Erects every Friday Night 7XIO p.m.standard Prizes were awarded as follows: either.-Indianapolis Journal. little'sore over the amount of hard labor COUNTRY

time. Visiting brothers cordial1flnvited. For English Grammar 7th and 8th Watch and jewelry repair ng by first that was caused them by the boat Fresh,Kept fit. Stock>; ,
Castle! fall over Public School Building. class workmen and guaranteed, atIdner
Moses.
5 grades-Sara not coming but as it was nn accident '*
TJ J: ? J.A.PCGHC.C. & Son.s. Your Patronage Solicited.
lvT.Tnr, *,K.or R. &S. J-4-97 Arithmetic. 6th grade-Walter J. every man should say with one accord
I Haugh. "Why do you make such a row about that "bring the boat!" West Palm Beach; fla. =$

e .. Arithmetic 5th grade James Yarbor- umbrella you lost"? Haven't yon ever lost an ....- 4-14
P. L Y. C. umbrella before?
ough. Yes;but this one was mine."-Ex. BOYNTON BREEZES.
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Arithmetic, 4th grade Bntke Barman
1 ,The Pelican Island yacht Club sailed Buy Circus Soap and Armour's Wash. ."
the last of the ten. races scheduled for Spelling Glenn.match prize was won by Flor- ing Powder at Clematis Avenue Supply Shipments are going forward and good

this season on Friday. As all the cups ence Store. returns are coming in. Klondike Coolneif. The Dade County State Bank

'were won before this race and some of Amusing scraps culled from the examination Nurse girl-"!lost sight of the child, mum, or newtthat the Hnd- ::
is settled fact
H. Hobbs wheeled the It a -
Prof. W.
A.
the members had departed for the North papers at the recent public school and-" np who had the Klondike fever Palm Beach, F/onaa.
the entries were not'numerous; however examination. Mother-"Good gracious! Why don't you beach here Tuesday forenoon. sonians - ,
speak to a policeman .. have gotten over it.
.
there was no lack of interest' ; several Abraham Lincoln was shot at Ford's Nurse Jirl-11I'118 speaking; to wan:all the The "Major" says he has ordered a A man told one of the party that he Authorized ifai' $100,080. :.

boats were not entered as their sailors Theatre, Washington by a man who toinie,mum."-Ex.R'ongh naval battle on the beach here. had wintered np there seven years, andit <-

were acting as crew in other boats that came up behind him in a box and stab- Lumber Cheap.-A few carloads was so cold in January that they froze ,Paid, Up :Capital SIS.Cti ._

sailed in the race. The time was as follows bed him. oti stick at mill at Gifford:, Will F. S. Dewey was down from West the flames of their candles and sold

: be sold very low.-G. F. Paddison & Palm Beach for several last week. OFFICERS:
days for strawberries.,
C, v. .FIRST CLASS CATS. Horace Greely was a candidate for the Co., Ean Gallic Fla. 210 tf. them
He said he had seen font men die of E. N. DIIIICK, President.U. .
Start Finish TimeDrucie office of.President, however he was defeated A rumor went forth m an Arkansas town Tl: Ricakrds from Boca
N. Jr., was up colic from eating whiskey that was frozen D. HEHDRJCKSOM, Vice-PresldtsL
30fof 34138 36 38 and worn out by the excitement that a man was In the habit of wearing nightshirts Raton here
taking some pictures thaw insideof CEO; BRAMNIH8 Cashier.
Siren 3 5 20 3 43 32 38 II pf the champagne and died some months and he escaped the infuriated mob only Monday. __ so hard that it'wouldn't ,
after. because he rode the fastest male.-Denver. them

THIRD CLASS RACE. Post. I II I Mrs. H. B. Murry and Mrs. Chamberswere Hesaid the cows all gave ice cream Branch Otto at. Wit! Pall! B .-;:

., I Nancy, 2 48'co 3 53 04 i 1632 The Civil Servise Act was a law pass- Closing out goods Cheap on. accountof I at Lantana Tuesday returning via. till they froze to death. Office Hours From xo a.m. to I p.m.

i 2 X 4 2 47 30 4 ,04 02 i 19 32 ed by the governor to abolish anti-po War. Mrs J. Frank."I I Lyman's Lantana-Boynton line. He said he had seen a man fall off theroof .
lygamy by the Mormons in Utah. stiff beforehe 61Hrallllklllllslnlss TramcW
saw him with his arm around lou" of a barn and freeze so ,
C There was no race for the sharpie Sir!" Now is the acceted time, and now is lit that he broke in two when he hit CdlecUoua promptly remitted oa day cr =.;

I Blast, co Mr. Richardson: sailed the The Chicago fire was about a cow "In the waits, you know." the day to buy land in this place for the ground.He receipt. Drafts bought and sold 011 eke pry ",:-

I Drntie. The course 2# miles, covered kicking over a lamp in stable and it "Oh-Chlcago! ; Post. never again will it be purchasable at said he had seen smoke freeze,in a opal cities of. ,the United- State. 4.ltt.n z-Z':

k: twice. caused a big fire. W.UITF.D TO PURCHASE FLORIDAPROJUUYV. present prices. chimney until the fire wouldn't draw, ;""c,
Ri After the race was decided Mr. Mad- .
Persons farms
owning or
Abraham Lincoln was born in Ken. and be knew of one case where the
dock took the Drucie and Mr. Richard wintet h-jnies, send full description and'. Miss Iva Cromartie of Lemon City a ew itare
tucky; he was very bright at school and smoke froze after it got a hundred feet
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con the Siren and they sailed: once price to J. V. Bond, Box 181, Dayton fancy tomato packer, came l here last d a ?
r learned to write before any one knew it. Ohio. op and fell back on the house knockinga
around the course again with the result week to assist Freedlund brothers with
f I hole in the roof big enough to drive a jcwoods :
f ff in favor of the Drucie the second time. When Abraham (Lincoln) was grown She-I hear yon have Just got married Is their mammoth crop. t.
it too late to offer cougratulations? yoke of steers through.He ..
!
This club has sailed ten regular Club
he tall and slender aud had
was very He-Oh. Yes; I was married three weeks Mrs. Chambers of Mich. said that the reason .the nightswere
Cheboygan, ,
V f races besides three extra invitation regattas to split rails for clothes and a good % rjew prices.
many agoS-Tit-Bits. ....
in that that
II ; so long country was
is sojourning here a few days looking the
i ,to which the fast boats in the he had to split for a pair of trowsers too. V
No need to send from home for the dark got froze so hard the daylight
away and feels well satisfied
place over pretty
j j Lake were invited that were not in the We welcome all oar old IrkW'patrons *;{- t
any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose canbuild couldn't thaw its through in less .
: J] club. Three were awarded to Grover Cleveland was the Democratic that this is the one place in Florida to way ,a cordiallviarUestraaj--
purses one as fine or as cheap as .
l you you live. than six months.He era to visit ns. |
j li J' winners in the invitation races. President of the United States for two want. See him and place your order. .
i said they had better stay in Hud Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and
The first race, held Jan ist, the wind terms; he. was at first thought to be a "How much are your oranges, my.little This (Thursday) morning 400 crates son, and they are going to do so.-Hud. ....Optical Goods .
was very light; however, Mr. Moses' Judith very good man but he turned out to bea man?" of vegetables, mostly fine tomatoes were
,i covered the course, coming in thief. He put the United States in avery "A pennysir." shipped from our little station makingthe son (N. Y.) Republican. Fine Watch and Jewelry Re alriI .
.
f -What a piece?" .... Neatly and Satisfactorily Doa.
ahead of her clast and won the prize. big debtWashington's
biggest shipment for one day
""No sir a whole 'nn."-Ex. any so
; Mr. Geo. F. whose
.i. : No winner was declared in other classes far this Hill pinery was Only Opticians in the City. Eje tttirf
i monument was erectedat First class dental work will be done season. discribed some time since in these Cole free, by latest approved method nt.ctr
because could
t they not cover the course atore will be in charge of Prof. Freak Ifoe,
:::1 } three times. Yorktown. Washington laid the cor- here till the 30th, at which time Dr.J.A. Maj. Boynton and party paid this umns as well as his proposed improved Graduate OuticUn of King's Optical.College -
ner-stone himself and the Pugh, leaves for the North-govern for method of winter ,New York.
The second invitation race was sailed governmemt place a farewell visit the season Tues protection, has added
yourselves accordingly. Daily and ps,1 dieala.
; ,; on Sat.. Feb. 19th, with weather perfect, finished it, day before leaving for the North, Wed strip 16 feet wide and 184 feet long, Papua ,.

I. with stiff wind from 551:. The result Smith-A physician told me that salt water nesday morning. Next year they will for experimental purposes. He thinks G. W. IDNER & SON,
Stimulants the is
things
are for
get ex- a cure lunacy.
j .t, ,:. was Siren in the 1st class Xarene in 2nd cited about. you Jones-Well I know it. is a cure fur freshness be prepared to live right here, and Major the pines get an unhealthy excess of 1st Door South Russell ft Co.'sDrejrSt d

I class and Nancy in 3rd class were the ,and that is usually the first stage of lunacy. will be the biggest trucker in all sunshine during the summer and to afford Seminole Block. Call cans V pWflE.H.DIMICK,

,. winners, all thee of them club boats. Alcohol makes your stomach hot and .-Chicago News. Dade County, as contemplates havingin more shade; will have the addition

r i V The third invitation race was sailed makes you die before your time. Just arrived at Mrs. J. Frank's big So acres in vegetables himself. covered with eight inch boards six inches West ,

11 on Mch.25th, and resulted as follows: lot of Summer Dress Goods. Come and apart with sufficient extra boards to ProprietorDEALERS
Winner of the ist class, Canvasback; John Cabot was the father of his son look at the bargains in them. The East Side is beginning to show fill the vacant spaces,. when the sun is

2nd, Ariel; 3rd 2x;. Ssbistian._. ..--._- "Uncle, which breed of chickens are the the touch of the magician. The Spanish doing its worst. This is a novel idea- Palm

At each race! during the season every An best?" River (we contemplate changing the it is also a good one.-orlando Sentinel.
;, Advertising Story. loW('II,ash de white ones is de easiest found name) is being widened and'deepened.The .
boat in
the'race is
given a percentage .,.
I an'de dark ont'81 is de easiest hid atter yo' guts avenue is graded and shelled from Beach
I according to its finish- ,on a,basis of five The following story of the mayor of 'em.Ex.A .
canal to ocean; 40 acres on either side of Clematis Avenue
I boats in a class, via: 100 pet cent, So, Falaise is related by the" Boston "
good supply of Bread Cakes, and av"enue and in .
I 60, etc., etc., at the end of, the season Herald: the is being grubbed put DrugStore
Pies always on hand at the Clematis t
for and for another
the general averages tell the winners ,It was dark in the streets of Falaise. I Avenue Supply Store. shape plants crops Supply Store :; '
I season, while trees and foliage plantsare
and for this
season the following named The: mayor ordered that citizeu "
every
boats have been awarded Teacher-Why did Washington cross the being set on either side and alreadythe ,
the season's'prizes should hang a lantern in front of his Delaware ::-West Palm Beach, Florida,
place is rivalling more pretentious
: 1st class T. L. Mar.ViV .
Harney's
door. .
Pupil from Greater New York-To
ViV : tha; 2nd class, J. Arthur Clow's Gada But still the streets were no lighter. from Philadelphia.-New York Journal.feet away places in crops beauty and natural J. D. MA THIS, Proprietor.{ IX-

bout and in the 3rd class, J. W. 'Cornstock's Then the mayor swore a greater oath Adams' Bicycle Hospital. Dr. White-. scenery. Lastly a road has been ( Bruoisft Bakery sad Grocery C.)
made on the canal bank one half mile
e 2x4.At and issued a proclamation that the citi- hurst in charge-cure guaranteed. i MyMottoQalekSale and Small Profit '
a meeting! held on Tuesday the zens should put candles in the lanterns. ?.. south to enable Mr. Freedlnnd to get

prizes were awarded, and election of And still the streets were no lighter. Florida should not allow the internat. his crop out. This work already ex- Bakery Goods andFami Drugs, Toilet Articles, -

officers for the coming year held, the Then the mayor swore a greater bath ional crisis to so far absorb her attention pended on it is or will, when it packed ls Groceries

i result the former officers that she will ignore opportunities to down, be a perfect wheel track. At
was
were reelected and issued a proclamation that the citi-
the rate it cost to build it it would only ....My Specialty.Goods Fine and
I Commodore, H. H. Richardson; zen's shuuld light the candles. keep herself before those splendid specie Stationery

Sec. and Treat. J. W. Comstock; Measurer Then the streets were lighter.A mens of homeseekers and settlers who cost $150 to finish the same to Linton, a delivered free to any part

T. L Harney.. the. meeting then man once wished to make money. may be reached through the Omaha ex- distance of five miles of perfect wheel of the City or across the IkeT

adjourned. .-. .. He secured a good store. position this summer. In that particular track. We think a little co-oporation of All Orders Given Prompt Atteatl oil. Druggist'Sundries. .

-- He secured good clerks. line alone, the results of a creditable Linton and Boynton residents and land Goods.First-Class and Fresh. Highest

From the sunburns that some of our He made no moneyThen display would repay the people of the owners enroute would make this road a prices paid for country produce. PrescriptionsCarefnlly Compounded

I. citizens are sporting just now it mightbe he turned on his store the light of State a hundred fold. War or no war, reality and a great drawing card it Bur o.me and I will ave yxm mosey 6-1-97 East Coast Business Solicited.

inferred that they had taken a day newspaper advertising and let the people Florida wants strong able-bodied settlers would be for this section. WEST PALM BEACH, 6-10-06.
off and fishing to the Inlet. .... WHEN in
gone up know he was in business and why. who are not only self sustaining but are Jacksonville be sure and \is.
-I To know how to what other it yon Old Friend who -
Commodore C. J. Clark's steam yacht He kept them in the dark no longer. state and national supporters, and nowhere say people withBar ain v'. will surprise
you
Alma returned from her Southern cruise Then he made money. can she find a finer type of citi- only think is what makes men g Acetylene Gas
zen than the sturdy, healthy and and to dare to what Dry Goods, Clothing
and dropped anchor in her old ... among people poets sages; say and w3use
place Throw
of the West. Don't let this chance others only dare to think makes Gents' Puinishlngs away your kerosene lamps
Monday with all hands aboard well and The sloop "Dash," of Miami came up like a sunbeam, pass us. Tampa Times. men D. SINGER .-....- Acetylene Gas the coming light of
!!i hearty and filled with tales of what they the first of the week with a raft of lum- martyrs, or reformers or both.-Dick- Bridge Street,Near Bay the node century. We are prepared to
Mrs. J.T. Earnest, of Lantana was 11.12097 put in for at ret*
j k ens.And JACYS plants private parties
( had and done during their absence ber from the wrecked 2NILLE.FLORIDA
Lofthus at
seen Hypo- visiting her daughter Belle and. other to do it all makes men editors Bonable prices. Call and see can at oar

[IJ' down- among the warships. i lasso, to ship by rail tQ Miam}. friends|jq tQwn yesterday and that's us. ubsoribe fQ 1Z un/ store and get estimates. :

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