<%BANNER%>

NEH SLAF UFSPEC UFPKY LSTA



The Tropical sun
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075915/00251
 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 1898
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00251
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

Full Text
., _" < - -. ..... n : ;-
'O : ? -
qi ;.' :" -\'''' ay y'r_
.. !
;., ir


'. : I '- OI4:: cj/U14tO: ; ,
'
'! '... I ; 1': ., .......,'..(1. .If .' .. '. .'. -...JJ,3r: J' w: ";':;--
",'. ,. ..,<...-. ,.-.'", <' s....... jai "'0. ". ..r""t .--"A".. ., ;: .'. -;kt '" ','-: :a ., ""', -. 4";" .-.

'A-+ '. 't: .. .. .. .. ... ,_.._ ,.... ....:C" '. .........o"t. :" ..", (.&t '.''''-whM+vk'.mice4.amc, __'-&'''';''' ''I'''' 17'' ';;'":- .: ......
; .
-- ';----.>- "" "-. -. I" : .-,.qar- -. '..;p:$ls, / .. _..:.<< .'- -- -- .., .., -. .-- ..". ._ .... ._", ; ---" '.".-, ---:- .!: < .. : : vi -_
J'.J: : : : ; : : : : :

.' .r. :!',, '" ...... ,.f/_" ,, .K'... .l'-'" -! ',' :.'
; '- .........
.._... I ,_ .J.. '." "-' C r .-- ; >t,-; ',rii: J;'i! p-. ;, ';_- i
',. :'>'--., ''' .!t :: 1 Htf,,< >'4/. -; *
< ;
>
/ J V"i.!' .7" '?!"" ,> .. .
'.. > .,.'. .,: ..... ;;:-1':
", : t. ; t
; '
; ; "' r'
.. to. .
.fo ,5 .-
.,o.;':.. r." ,. .1" ". .
',
.. '
... .
.;.."., .:. ...' : 't. ;,.,, ,., ..-: ._... ..,........._. .. N: :'::. .' :'>i'..

i ." .' .. .I
.' \
).
"
:} I'j ". -

.: .: __ 'a ::

.
.
... t ,, .
a ',-'1 ;.::.
.::1':


__ <.

_





.
-

.
NTt1K1'i., I aeaarw' "; S itrivc; 'mcw\ tiu 3uvvw8- XIX CENTURY.THflHOIAH .

!
... .- .

CnulUittimttk KIM*THS HEWS TSOPICAL,EnIlW.2II.W*, ltl 18,,\8f1.J 1887."} > I t WEST. PALM BEACH, DADE COUNTY FLORIDA, .MAY' 12, I 8 9 8. VOLUME XU. SOJ3; ,

__, _, _-'-_. :J
.. -- \ .

PERSONALPICKINGS., .. gets it as long as he stays within* reach HERE AND THERE. CORRESPONDENCE. Snake Creek, was awarded to. Noah TOWN TO IC-S.. : *

.' of the.! Mails.y .... .. Jones, of Neptune, as the lowest bidder, .. ,

People as They Come and Go People' Frank A. Reynolds.of the firm of Rey- Scraps of News About This and That Interesting Items Gathered by Our for$650. i Local! Happenings :Frem ,.Q"r <&fe4. -.

You Mayor May Not Know. nolds & Hull, left last Thursday for a and Different Things.Splendid Scribes :Throughout the County.: There are great numbers"of fresh water Book and. FroOthec.S.,1
( ..
-- ---
Bloxham as businessjrip_ to Jacksonville. trout and bream, both splendid eat- [
hough ( .
Governor appointed. '. a little moist. JUPITER JOTTINGS. Marshal Paul Jones is another one of
M. Smith as' pilot Comm SSif 1er for: fug fish) in the small streams emptying I the improvers 'having- just dde1 another
Boat wright Brown the colored barber ,
.. .
the port of Miami. has moved from one of the Lauther All interested 'should remember the ready for business atthe into the canal; good sport for the angler, wing to the rear,,of his private

teacher's examination that takes I '
Rev. V.V J. Cady left,by mail, boat Miami ... .
on June 7th. !J "
< .
this at'which between Olive and Poinsetta .Streets. .. :; : -
Juno morning place he handsome home on the canal 'by the
will hold this Capt... J. H. Carlin is ,enlarging. the A Whidden'market has been famished'
services "
evening. The steamer Delia is still making her purchase of another acre mostlyin pineapples and ice :box
Messrs. Shone and White, County postoffice building. with a new 'larger new

Capt. Chas. Pierce and H, B. Murray Commissiouers from the South end of regular trips between this place and the and sixteen acres'of. woodlandand counters and a new race the past** fek,

were in town last Thursday looking for the County were in town Monday, baying St. Lucie river where she connects with *W. !/. Widmeyer: returned'.Thnrsday muck. all of which is in place :nowudfrtf.d;
the steamer for Titusville.The from West Palm Beach and is now on,his i
more tomato packers to take back with come up to attend the regular 'Capt. F. S. Dewey, our ,popular real for business. "** ..

them to Boynton. meeting of the County Board. homestead looking after his pineapples. estate agent, was with us again Monday.The tEe't\ "*it -
of
two telegraph .wires that termi- Geo. S. Adams,,proprietor y

Frank M. Wilcox, traveling salesman Messrs. Bingham and Judson have nated over at the hotel are being extended Supt.King of the I. 0. T. Co., is still naval Captain victory_is very proud of'the namesake splendid Market and,#to. 'of the Bicycle Hospital
won byhis
for D. M. Ferry & Co,the Detroit see'dsi purchased about twenty-five acres of to Miami this week so as to give away from home. He is reported as be Commodore :, is the 'first tenant of the "Whtlldin

men, was in town last week settling land back on the :Ridge south of towna that place extra telegraph facilities as ing at, 'Miami now busy .setting up"quads" Dewey. cottages, having'rented1!the one ''adjlio;

seed matters with our merchants few miles from J. N. Parker, and will they seem to be needed just now. and otherwise increasing the Rev. W J. Cadyof; the Palm Beach ing G.-W. Idner's' .and.moved' .Inyeder.
telegraphic facilities of that office. day. -. .. .
have some, of it cleared at once and Congregational Church, spoke here at -"
Waters who has been here in A lighter load of lumber from the .. '
Harry
made ready to plant in,pineapples.Noah the court hones before a large audienceon Services next Sabbath ft'the Coafre-
attendance on his father since he was wrecked Lofthus was towed up from JUNO JINGLES. Saturday afternoon. He is an ear- gational Church at the usual hours: Sunday -'

hurt by the,cars, left Tuesday morningfor C. Jones, of this city, was the Hypoluxo Thursday by Fred Voss with ... nest and interesting speaker and his sermon School at 10 a. 'm., preaching ser
Orlando where he has a' permanent lucky bidder on the contract to his launch and taken to the railroad dock : and Mrs. left ,the
put up Judge Heyser on was greatly joyed. 1f.The two'lit- vice aUi a. m., Christian Endeavor at
position.Will the three buildings ior- ,the. County at and loaded,on a car for shipment south. mail boat Monday for Riviera. *. tie girls of Mr and Mrs. Thompsonwere 6:30p.m.: to be led by Prank :Idner.

Whidden, proprietor of the 'Pop Snake Creek and will begin work''' on The Southern Express train which i baptised also. Evening service at 7JO, ubjectr'Th:
them the railroad Geo. Zaph drove in his buggy last !
as soon as up .
company Value of Ideal For Life''ttboth '
ular for has been all a Hign
to through
t-farket.left Monday atrip out hauling vegetables
puts in a siding and the lumber can be week on his way,to his place on the ,ca William Johnson, (colored} who on and jf.:
for individuals naijo) > : :
the Allapatta Flats to take. a look at the the.busy season has been taken off; it nal. :
set in 6n hCounty'. __ Feb. 9th sentenced to in 'All.are'
was thirty days ,
1 music. q
cattle. He will also'visit friends on the .. .. made its last run last Saturday, since congregational : .,
--- ---
ranch and at Jupiter before he returns. when all express matter has had to goby Enoch Root Justice of the Peace at the county jail by Judge Heyser for assault .. .. .'""::)k:';

School Board. train. Palm Beach, was here on busine Mon- and who, on Feb. I4th, made an Socti "
regular Christian Endeavor
Messrs. Harry DuBois' and Dennis II ; day. { attempt to escape but was captured by, i;.

McConnell passed through here the latter WEST PALM BEACH, FI.A., t The steamer Santa Lucia came up Jailer[ Cain some two miles south of here
i One of the largest 'and most tEneedas-
f Among the here the first of
May 3, 1898. visitors
from the Bay last Saturday and tied and was then given an additional sixty !
, part of last week' with Capt. T. J.J.Aiaegill'a pal ,
in WeftBeacii
held
ful sociables Palm
FINANCIAL REPORT the week was Capt. Peter Larsen, of Jute I ever
! ." launch'which taking the railroad wharf till Monday morn : days" was released Tuesday.
;; they were .under.,the 1lspi :est of
Of the Dade 'County school Board for, the .I was given:. &
+ .J o him down at'Miami. ;_ month of April: -y ... _.,....li.. ing when she was taken down to 11 + . the Christian n..nde.avorSociety:: t,;the
V _' ?. "" C hauled l out on'ittie"ways *t Cabbage'land Is-; "'Comtnissioner-Shone-was voted $zoo, '1 "ANGOJI II J''TEI IGS: ;';" residence Capt. J -&., .Antony ron .)t

r ::Plul JI. Jones, of Hermosassa. Fla., April 1, 18J8,Cash on Hand....._.$ 11G43 for an overhauling. '.t to be applied on the County Road be- ;, *
/
April 15J R WhittlE-Ill, RedemptionTax Tuesday evening. A wide; open,hops
with a couple'of his little sons, is herIon tween Cocoanut Grove and Cutler. '
Certificates ..._...._............. .4 51 farewell A little bit damp, but not very wet. and a royal welcome by. .Mr, and,=M n.
This Lee's last to
a visit to his sister, Mrs. F. L, Mof.. was .
A prll 30,W U Reynolds,Corap Taxes 31:!! 46 Anthony and :family, together: witlr( a
#ffatt, having arrived last week Tuesday.He Havana: "You may tell Gen. Blanco for We have seen several ocean steamers Judge A. E. and wife
<< is also looking around with a viewto Total.. .............................f3,2-540 me that the Fern is the last ship of the passing of late; it i is evident there need spending* a fete Heyser days at Riviera this are pleasing program of recitations, the games:distribution ,

locating if he can find a 'place that ITEMIZED EXPENDITURES.to American Navy that.will ever go out of be no fear here, at least of the "Span- week. music and readings'followed strawberries by

\ suits him better than his up the State I NOT 3,Walter Kitchiug........................f70 Havana harbor while the Spanish flag iards." of bouquets," '

home. I March 31, Mrs Geo Lyman,teacher _.. 40 0(1 flies over Morro."-Ex.: Work on the'L. W. F. Co's. canning cake, helped make the occasion ono long
March 31 Ml'M Edith ...... 4000 S. has launched his
Hunter f J. Jenkins new factory is being pushed, the frame being to be remembered. --.

'Charlie Zaph left last night for Miamito "" .Sut.\dLP an; Sanders Merritt, "" ............ 4000 50 00 It is reported that, owing to the little boat, the "Lillie, Shippey," which makesit nearly up already, Great credit is.due to the bostesa aid

be present at the marriage of his sis April L'O, Mrs N L Jackson. .....: 4000 business transacted by the custom officer evident that he is expecting to sailsoulh'sooa. committee having the matter .i t} tpd

ter, Miss. Emma Zaph to Capt. Alphon- John S Paris, teacher............ 40 00 here, U. Collecter of Customs Geo. '7riThe Qeo. W. Sears had the misfortune to for the way the evening ww made w"*n-

f so Hicks, the engineer oa the dredge, J\pril24, Mrs Edith Hunter, teacher... 40 00 W. Allen, of Key West, who has juris- lose his mule last Friday night, it apparently joyable. More of such entertainments
moon rise of the last few
April 27, Susan Sandero.,teacher......... 40 00 eveningshere "of
which is take in Miamito dying from colic. ought to be held here'for.the benefit
event to in has decided ,
place diction the matter, to
March 31,Amy Mann,. teacher............ 4000 has called forth universal admira- .' .
day the ceromony to be performed by April 22: ,-L F Hinilry, teacher.-. ..........? 3000 discontinue Palm Beach as'a port of eni tion; it.is certainly beautiful as seen the young people., *
Rev. A. M. Fontain. The parties are April 28,Ada FMerritt,, .'............. 5000 try front and after the fifteenth of this frtfm Get W. Sears has bought a horse of *-. .- .

all expected to arrive here on tomorrow April 42, Lulu Angevtne, ..+.. .-..... 4000 month. here these nights. I II I, Commodore C. J. Clarke, to replace the THE MISSION OP" COLUMBIA.The -. ..... "'f"'-
mornings train. i. A C Lightbourne, ,teacher.. 40 CO mule, whose death is mentioned in these ... .c. < Annie D I.I htbourDe.10 00 It was a Western paper that sprung Sheriff Chillingworth came up on Saturday : T

I I II I II J E Jones teacher........ ......... 40 00 the following: "Persons knowing'themselv.es with Joseph Croff (colored) of items. multitude. of the isles shaU be mad-<<: glad.Btble..
I
Capt..Will. H. Moore, of Hypoluxo T N Gautier work 900
,scavenger this office Miami. Croff plead guilty of assault or Geo. A. Gale is having of Lakefront -'
several indebted to are re. a piece Wave all your palms,Oh'PhilUpinesr .
I Island, was in town Tuesday on March 31, Addle Lee Damon teacher 4000
kinds of business, one of which was the Jeannette Obenchaln. 4000 quested to call and settle. And those trying to control his wife in Miami and land cleared adjoining C. C, House 'Cnba!uplift your tear staIned eyes<&t*

I April 14, Eugene Lw, teacher..?. 40 00 indebted and not washing to call are requested will.be sentenced by Judge Heyser.Ir. ton's and will have a house Tn. it proba- For you the strong eagle of liberty' j -\\
dodging of newspaper men so as to keep Is cleaving the Southern skies.
April 13. Irene' Bickards teacher ...... 4000
in bly inside of a week.
to stay one place long enoughfor in'daetness '
from having to tell them how big a crop Apili 18, Luba DeBogory,teacher........ 4000 Woodruff says "He has discovered .. Though yop lat ong ,
of eggplant he failed to raise and-.hbw Dec 21, L F Kidiier, teacher........"-......... 40 00 us to catch them. All those who are Klondike "' his invention of sow,a greaJight;: hath shiBed..1
often be has to tern.on the irrigator to Feb 14, 4- .,..... 4000 not indebted are requested to call and a n a new The Lake Worth... uitr.:()..: received a, 1 Andlwift&l1.rIUtCJOYOUfJedresa:! : j
and remarkable kind of digger Coms5lilfera'ru8hlng..mighty wind.t
Men 10, 't., 4000 become indebted. potato carload of crates laslweekraud are getting } '
.. keep his young orange grove from dry .prll 14" ." ................. 4000 and has postponed opening of the ship- ready to make their first shipmentof -For tit-;'eagle's talons shall send-away -t'The. 1.
iug up. P. S. Possibly it was not Capt. 5, W mileage and of well ment of his until he it .'' teriug fetter,the crpelgyT '.."*
April J Jackson per J:.Brown,. Hypoluxo, was rep- crop can give a fancy pines, for the season. -
Moore but his neighbor Engineer, Fred. dies ........... ..........................M:..... 3 40 resented in our city market last Thurs- fair trial. And ctiah the tyrannous dynastyNeath ,' -",
Voss that had the eggplant April 5, AI E Gniber............................. .1 50 which such ills can thrive. '
crop. E L White,rent No 3........... 1'J 30 day by some big watermelons of his own ,Mrs. Hendricks who had decided to Our tomato growers are nearly For thy lips shall be wine of gladness :
J E Jones;rent, No 14........... 2100 raising that he sent up here for sale as tnrough their shipments for this season. And oil thy wounds shall bind. .;
Geo. Zaph and wife,"Mrs. J. A. Straw- "Geo W Sears ?................ 100 his home market was badly overstocked. leave :for her home in Kentucky last Next in order will come their crop, reports Under the wings of our mighty eagle ;'.

derman and Frank Wirth went up by March 31, Mrs O B Stephens................ 40 00 Hypoluxo claims to be the watermelon week, has're-considered her decision to which they have promised to make AU the, isles shalfsafe refuge find.E.H.S.: .

carriage to Juno last Thursday to April 5. Lalahart & Potter.................. 2 40 leave,and says"that she feels just as :
take another look,. at the pineapple,' March 31, John' S Davis _...._ :_ 4000 cpnt're of Dade County and men like safe here as in Kentucky," so will stayon for THE y SUN. .. -. ; ..'"

and April :5: 1'IV KIcg................. .............. 2 00 Messrs. Blown':1nd Porter.are surely. WIND, ONLY WJND! .
potato sugar cane patches on the indefinitely.j A fire came up from north.of town last
JV Comstock, mileage and keeping up its reputation. ", '
Zaph plantation. They were agreeably per diem.f..................................... 16 20 Friday through the timber and sawgrassas the airship'float; 'j
Cain's still What will patent
Jailor tomato patch
keeps
surprised to find things springing up .\prIl5. U'.Comstcck, labor, ,set, No Section boss R. Cothron had his men far as t eDcer's peninsula where it What watts along your plea 'boat: :t
again which showed that"the fire had 13_.........._.........._........_........;..._ 8 62 green and fresh looking and the vinesare did Fume damage before was put out What needH the preacher and the,egolrl
shell the
done much first Dec 21,Maude Gee, teacher............. ... 4000 at work spreading along city yet full of unripe fruit, while many rubber tint? .
not as damage as at by the shower What is lUlls your .
sup-
Men 12, .' .................. 40, (M) track at th.e"freight. lard so teams could other tomato :are complaining Saturday.The wind. ,":
Wind
-
The returned that growers ,only
posed. party same March 31, Mrs N L Jackson, teacher.. nu( drive alongside the cars for freight with- "' "t .
night having liad a very pleasant trip., Feb 14, Maude Gee, teacher......... 4000 out sinking hub deep in sand. It is a of the lack of rain aud burning up of "Mary B." rounded up all the What ia the talk you give your RUe, ..
April 5. W L Widmeyer mileage and fruit from the drought.. north bound freight she could Mondayand W: at ia it Rives the breath of Ule- *'

I :Messrs:: Wallace R. Moses and Geo. C. per l diem........................................ 1.: 05:: great improvement and should have chen sailed for Jacksonville without what to the poor do rich men give "
of this wrrein attendance April 5,Z T Merritt, salary for March.. riO 00 been done long ago. It would do no Mr.. Burroughs: who has charge of the i On what do editors oft live? ,. ,y.;
Matthams
place for Y .
.. even telegraphing a warship to come -; ...
I April, trav expenses Jax 13 90 harm to continue 'the good work now I Wind, only wind. 1 :
1 ferry at the Juno: end of the canal, informs ,
I the of the Board of Directors ;l''J '>_.r
at meeting April, Dade Co State Bank.............. 1)1 76 till the whole shelled. and act as escort to keep the Spaniardsoff. draft to kitchen firet; '
I of the Indian River and Lake yard was us that business is still good and What gives good ; ";"'",

Worth Growers' Assoctatiou Total... .._...........:_..... 1,4SG 24RECAPITULATION that the canal is in splendid shape for all What turns windmills and asksfeo&}tei-4t..
I Pineapple Another fire south of town Sundayand W. A. Avery, wife, chickens and kind What cools your brow v>ben days tine fcgtt : .
I. at Cocoa, Tuesday, they both being : boats. 'Mr. Burroughs spent a couple of What blows your bouse from off> the lotlfl
members of that body They report a Total Receipts:.................. ............3,245;} 40 Monday got so dangerous that word days in visiting civil engineer Spencer. ling wood are all now comfortably lo- Wind,only wind. :t:.
Total expenditures ..?......... .......... 1.4S6! 24 was sent up'to town Monday, calling for cated in the Enpch Root cottage over on
good attendance those brokers sell their stocln,
the
among present What helps
I being W. I. Allen, cf J
mann, of Potsdam and L. S. Eldred of Z..T. MERRITT, Supt. and the fire finally gotten -under which lasted fof some two hours on Sat- moved over there at this time of the For want of what.will yon jco: dead:
---. control without its doing much damage, urday and which did good in more ways year with an eye solely for turtle egg What poi these lines into my bead?
Ankona. The held in theSecretary's
meeting was '
The regular monthly meeting of the except to destroy the native growth that than One. It was badly needed on the II I! batter cake, which is just coming in sea.son. Wind, only wind. o..s.JWW1.Ef.,
office but it -q
. as was strictlyan ,1
executive session their County Commissioners was held Mon- was on the land and injure the soil to I I crops and also helped to put out most of .

proceedingsare day at'juno, as will be seen by our cor- the extent of ji'e.or. six: years time that : the fires that have been burning around
not given out for publication. The bicycle path has been greatly Jm- What a strange and gratifying incident i
respondence from there, with all the it will take to recover from the effects of here.
this proved by the L. W. F. Co. force from it was that the man.who went home

A.letter received from John D. Livingston Commissioners present The bids were fire. County Commissioners Tan te, Pitts, their avenue down to the County road from Appomattox defeated. ,rebelon

formerly clerk for J. F. Oliver opened and the contract let for the At least three carloads lumber have Lainhart"-White, Shone, A. F. Quimby, I i I and agaiu from Geo. A. Gale's nearly to I I April 9, 18651 should come ,home from
buildings to be at Snake I
County
,
but who went up to Palatka a short put up been received inside of a week, all to be Clerk and R. Chillingworth, Sheriff, D. A. Allen's, this latter work being Havana April 9, IB98, representative

time ago for a visit to his parents in that Creek, and Winchesters quite a number of licensesto used on the buildings which Wilmon met in the regular monthly session here 'I done by 'some. of the publicspiritedyoung of a Republican administration, at

place, states that he has joined Co. D. carry were issued, but Whilldin is having built. Two carloads Monday.. Much important business was I gentlemen and ladies of that whose bead was a man. who was engaged
other special business is reported
no
2d Battallion State Troops and expectedto very have also been delivered up at Mangoma finished.' ap and the Board adjourned neighborhood; A little more work on on the opposite side in 'the ron'

be in camp by the nth. We wish John- as having been transacted. -\. : for the Lake Worth Fruit Companyand until next regular meeting.The I it in a few af the worst places and plenty test ending in'1865, while these two rsen,

nie success in his calling and the good The dust of Christopher ColumbusVeposes another carload here for other parties of rain will put it in splendid condition -i representing those who were. is arms

tuck u come out of it with a whole skin in the Cathedral of Havana, and i to say nothing about what has been contract for the erection of the its entire length. .. against each other in the sixties,?ors today

and a commission besides. Of course he therefore in danger of being mixed received meanwhile at'the lumber yardin three bniMing?, which are to be of wood ,...- receiving the united'commendationof

wants the SUN to read so he can while with the dust that Uncle Sam is preparing the way of regular supplies. War or and consist of a jail, a house 'for the' Bert Yarborough left yesterday morn- : '.a united. people in their efforts in :.te-. ,

hVtp&re time in keeping track of his to raise tbere. It is a sid prospectfor no war, improvements are still the order jailor and a small house for/ elp, to be ing for St. Augustine to join his com' half of a j' united country. :Hudson. 4( 1.

. pld fnends here and we will see that he .. the late explorer-Rx. of the day. erected'at the new County Farm ont pany. ,IY.) Republican, ..

I 1 .!J ,


;. ;

.' .
ft-g 'f



-- .
?4t> 4 :


I .



r : 2 '. .THE TROPICAL SUN:, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA,.THURSDAY, MAY 12, -1898Ir .,..... z

: ,.4 ..,

ij f't f ;"' FIRE! FIRE! such< or the president of any board of c

'. 'J ftt r.aI jun.! .ealth.or the mayor of & city or town,to 'I
,Ever since the dry weather set in whom any disease dangerous' to public(

;;t l fires have been. prevalent all over health is reportedto take snch precant- /

C5UY I.METCALF. .. ., EDITOR this part of the country and everyone ions: before the arrival of the State -

4:! 's i of them have done more or less Health< Officers, as shall be judged best New Spring Goods *

for the safety of the inhabitants. ,

I Ii MEMBER OF. dama d. . . . :
-
Florida Press 'Association.AFFILIATED We refer, of course, to the fires out . . T V T r T '

( WJTlf in the,woods and swamps that have NOT JUST YET.A '

"p i r t been started b'sparks from locomotives Kohn Furchgott & Co. \

l 11 i!> National Editorial: Association. or steamboats or by careless half million dollar beet sugar -* "iT

''i J.f.fI' factory u to be erected at Carlisle, ,
Pi ... . .. -
i people. We referred to one of the work in a T'" r T T T - T .T T T T T T T T T .
T T
Pensylvania beginning T T T T T T
T T T
SUBS CRIP1 ION T T T T T T T T T T T T T
.fI' : latter kind in our last issue as having few weeks. It is that this et Uinety and Clothing House In the State, have La
}1 Ij One rear,la advanc,.._.................!2.00- expected The Leading and Largest Dry Goodsties > Goods including Foreign! and Domestic
'' ... : been started south of town by a factory will require the product of stock and are aily large of New Spring ,
'I l Six Monthi advance, ........ ...$1.00, India Linens, Checked Nalnsooks, Prints
/ I I It l Three Vont.hl.1n adrance................. BOFCBU8HKD couple men that built a fire alongshore 8,000 acres of sugar beets, giving t Dress Goods, Silks, rgundiges Embroideries, Faner Wash Straw Goods Hats,, Etc.WhIte, which are offered now at our P QP u1ar Low
,
i to cook a meal and let the fire I employment iu the factory to 500 Prices.Hosiery Notions'A large h quantity Laces of goods are imported direct byus, such as Silks, Dress Goods, Linens, lIas-

t} f. '" may THCHSDAY. AT VEST rimHACa.DADBCOUXTY get away from,, them out into the' hands, while 500 farmers have already iery and Organdies. Samples cheerfully sent on application.To Goods at low
j .I' FLORIDA woods burning over acres of ground signed contracts to plant sugar our Wholesale Trade, we offer a large and complete usual line Cash of Spring Vunm offered. as We solicit pieces the as f
the
and
house in the United S totes. Liberal Terms
beets for its
use.-Pecos Valley
any
i I : all of which it damaged besidsscaus that shall give them very lowest
'Jj! I!' Argus. patronage of the merchants throughout the State, assuring them we pes.

I i. : CXTK&XD AT TQS POST OFFZCK IN WEST PALM ing the'people in the neighborhood Bible prices. . _
; BSACB AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER. When we can get: capitalists to invest TTTT T TTTTTfyTtT T > .* > "'' "*
some,hard work to put it Out beforeit
,, !. :, that much in a factory and our line of Clathin Gents' Furnishings
!i I burned some of their houses. We are showing a large and elegant -
{ j. t Pioneer Paper Dade Connt,.and the Oldest farmers will contract for a sufficient Window Shades Lace Curtains, Trunks
t' f Publication This week another one has been >; Carpets, Matting, ,
I on the East Coast of with a surety that the beets
'
I Florida between TitnftTllle raging just below there but how it acreage Etc. at Low Prices.
will here it will be time enough __________ _
and Key West. not grow . . -T"'TT'T
started or just where we did . . . .
learn up to this writing but we do. for us to drop sugar cane culture! ,
and begin to talk about beefs \. Co. 1
Bert Adrertisiog Medium of Florida.on the Kast Coast know it has also caused considerable sugar "Kohn, Furchgott & ,

i damage and taken a great deal of f -

'li; hard fighting to get under, the neighbors GOOD ROADS MAKE FARMERS almost :" Jacksonville Fla.

\ NOT A TOMATO neowERJn, this sec evtn having to send up here to entirely independent of wind, or 10-21-97 .

i : tion i is complaining a bit now about town for help. weather besides saving time, horseflesh A

I last winter's freeze Fires also were reported in last and wear and tear. of wagon ,
I LH
u week's paper as having done considerable and harness. T
I .
.
.
,. ...... '
I : SPAIN is FAST LOSING everything damage up in the Juno B

bat honor and they are having hard neighborhood; one of them, over by I THE MIAMI METROPOLIS came to

I 11 work to keep even that afloat. the canal, it is claimed, was started I us last week in a new dress it having DEALER

t t .. 1tii by sparks from a parsing steamboat discarded its yellowness and a couple m. E. G UBE IN.., HARDWARE

i : which set fire: to to the dry muck superfluous sheets and now appearing
WE vise TO RETURN thanks
our to i and that fire has burned for weeks us a decent sized four page, /i

Senator Pasco for some valuable and, occasionally, when the windfreshens white paper. and Crockery
\ public documents, principally relating .......... ,
I i up, spreads out and does
to Cuba, which we received last .
t ., .week. more damage. THE DAys OF ,MIRACLES can hardly Glassware,Lamps and Lanterns. -

"" The otber fire up there no one passed when Commodore Deweycan .''.Mill 1 Ti-iO TO PLOW. -- All' Kinds of Boat Goods. -(:

HQW MANY GROWERS"'in this vicinity seemed to know how it started although capture a town, destroy a dozen i Stoves,Tinware,I Doors 8u2a 4< 1i

i it was first seen about ten warships, silence a couple forts, kilt \
-, ,intend to raise sweet potatoes for All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting Oc
t o'clock in the morning just acroesthe several hundred and wound hundreds
I' this market, or will we have to send ... Gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stoves.
Inlet to Little Lake Worth. The of the and --,4- "
H 1 6 op the State for them again this more enemy never lose a -- Harrison Bros.Ready Mixed Paint :A
I wind blowing strong from the west man. -- ::= Stf&il Orders Civets Prompt *ttsattoe.ll,
.
l seas m. .....
\ 'ore. carried it over to and down the Peninsula -

,; ; THE MONEY THAT COMES to this i causing it to do the damage JAUACIA CLAIMS to have thelargestfruit NOTICES
LEGAL
: 1'1' country this season, for vegetables mentioned in '.ur article last week. f fI plantation in the world but before PROFESSIONAL CARDS ,

I. I il I ;f1 shipped north is going to be way up Other firs have been reported and I we admit it we will wait till we D(

lt J I in the big figures and all the shippers some seen in different parts of th1Ssection 1 hear from California. Possibly some W I. METCALF, JOTICE OF APPLICATION TOP >UL.,

have to say is that if it bad only some along the track, prol-1
,1 rained more they would have had ably Started Irom the locomotives, might also be in it when it comes to 5 r Notice Is hereby given,that Six MAiM i
t size. NOTARY PUBLIC: this date I shall apply to the County Jadgf!
k4 I IF' more vegetables to ship. and some by tramj-s, of which there ""'" Will practice in County,State and Federal KNOW S Dade County, Florida for final diseatrg ,;."
have been very few, as I tramps are Courts. the administration of the Estate of wiUWi'ParkiD $
LAND CASKS A SPECIALTY.
not numerous in this country. THE TIME HAS GONE BY when a man Otfceln TROPICAL SUN Block, ,late of Dade County deceased. '
4. THE STATE HORTICDRAL Society These fires burn not only the walking through the woods can West Palm Beach, Dade County, :]I lorida.rEOKGE That the KATE B. FAUCXiT.Administratrix.

I met at Orlando last week and, from growth on the soil but a good share light his pipe undo then throw the West Palm Beach, Fla, February 14 ISgLl.

what we learn from our exchanges, of the humus out of it and thus do a match in the leaves to set them on G M. ROBBINS. WALTER 8. GRAHAM. Lifo "
had & Gil AII AM VO.,, EQnitablo
a very interesting session and a damage that it takes years to restore !fire 'just to see them burn. Too' ROBBINS TEACHERS' EXAHIMATIOE.

big attendance, though 1 we have. to say nothing: oT the endangering man y fires are set accidently and. ATTORNEYS AT- LAW, 9 1
heard of no one being therefrom this too much Will practice in all the courts, State and Examination will be held at Miami
of the houses and other damage done by them, to
property Federal. Speclaliacilltlesturezaminingand of New York House on Tuesday Jane jib 1898, open tt
vicinity notwithstanding the fact of settlers scatterel, all over let such criminal incendiarism go'I perfecting We have land closed titles.our West Palm Beach office applicants for first second and third grade <
that
Reveral'f our leading citizens through the and the unpunished. Any business from the Lake Worth section or tificates,to teach in the public schools of eState
s are members of the country occasional ....... northern part of Dade Conrty should be referred of Florida.according to the laws govtm.
association. destruction of buildings and either to our Titusville(.r Miami office, Wrote Over ing uniform examinations. This will w bst'
and will receive attention.
""" crops from insufficent force to fight | THE COMMISSIONERS from this sec-' Titusvllle,Brevard proper County and Miami Dade -s be the only examination this Jrtr.
THE FLORIDA GOOD ROADS Association i the fire off. tion to the Trans-Mtesissipi and County, Florida. lU-ll-97 $15ooooooo.oo By order of the Dade County School Board:
'
Z. T. )
1 will hold a meeting in Jacksonville This state of aff.lirs should not International Exhibition at Omaha, 3.3t fRZITT,55
FRANK W.POPE. D. C.C1YPa LL.
"' May 18th, to-bike further actJon last any longer but the very next 1 legislature Neb., have reported no applications, & CAMPBELL, I New Insurance FOR PUBLICATION.
for the accomplishment of their should pass the necessary as yet. from any one in this vicinityfor pOPE NOTICE

I t1 f'ohject.. This county has started laws making it obligatory on all space at t bat exposition for the A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. .During LAND OFFICE AT GIUTESVIU.C. FUL,!',_J_

f the good work and it might be well railroads to not only put proper display of the products of this coon 111 East Bay Street, 1897. named Notice settler is hereby has tiled given notice ApriltIM.of his i&teattea.

for one or more of our County Commissioners spark arresters on their locomotivesbut try. ,Can it be that this splendid opportunity S-.i-97 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. make final proof in support of hU data tj
that said proof will be made before C era "*-
,
to attend! this meeting in also to keep: their right:. -of-wa F s of advertising this sectionis cuit Court at Jnno. FUu on May 38,198, via:

'! ,; the hopes of getting! 'valuable* information clp ned up so there would be nothing to be let pass by unimproved? H.C.. HOOD, 1D... Edley Jackson Davis, ofSewdft Polar,:
I that Has Now Fla.,II l. for the To JS L.
I I would be a great help the 23 3. tot 4. Setja,
very near track for the -Ord PHYSICIAN AND 8URGION. \ U 42 E.aD'ILot5.Sec.25Tp.3S 8...R'ill.
in properly pushing our work along.FLORIDA'S sparks to set on fire und it shouldbe Insurance He names the following witnesses to pfDt
Life in
JUDGE J. D. BROOKE, at last accounts Office and Residence near Royal Poinriana his continuous residence upon lad adtlqtlol
""" the of all trainmen of said land vfc:
duty report was rapidly recovering his Hotel, PALM BEACH. llrt-97' W. R. Walker, Sr,of SewaU's Pol-I.FI&.
# { EAST COAST is an Meal any and all fires they see burning health but decided take a month's Force ofOver J.W.Smith R. Walker of Comer, Ir Fla. "

.- summer as well as winter resort as I along the road at the nearest stationand vacation before taking up his! official 1 U W. PUGH, M. D., J,;Bollard, 'Iu
all our residents W. G. ROUINSON.aqhftr.NOTICE >
permanent know the secticn hands
: should be .
duties
I again.: By the end of that
# from actual experience and all otherscan sent out to assist in putting all time he ia in hopes of being entirelywell PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 1950,000,000.00 FOR PUBLICATION.
find out and Office in rear of DImick's Drug Store.
by coming such fires ,
I samplingthi out. and will then, probably, call, extra Residence-Weet Side of Olive Street, 8 Doors -
.climate South of Clematis Avenue LARD OFFICR AT GAIXESVIU.E FIA|
at time from should
any now It alscTbe made criminaloffense And
a Has .
sessions of the Circuit Court for A prU a g& 0
8-26-90 WEST PALM BEACH, tie
FLA.
till October. A balmy Notice la hereby riyen( that fo1Jn+
atmosphere for
any one to set fire to anything both Dade and Brevard Counties as named smler h l immunity from sunstroke and a continually outside of bis own premises a to make final proof In of his dial. ass J
d < or circumstances seem to require that TJ B. POTTER M. D., that raid proof will be made before Clerk t
.w blowing breeeze are some of to bt fire get. out from his premiseson he should do so. We are rejoiced to Surplus cuit Court at Juno. Fla.on June miS % rte: ?
the inducements for Judge B. Isler, Neptune Fit, :
r living here. that land belonging to anyone else. hear of the S. 3-93 PALM BEACH. FLAJ. ,
Judge's health
no other returning Over Hd. 23396. for the NEK of SEtf, Sec ao, .41
summer resort can furnish In case fire accidently gets awayfrom and S., K. 43 K. '
as soon as he sets the day for
!j at one and the same time from He names the following witnesses to prove tiff
camping or such it A.
l till any parties court to meet in Dade County :our PUGH $48,000,000.Strongest continuous residence upon and caltintkfli of j
bOW long after dogdaysaie past.IF should he their to said land via:
duty stay and readers will be notified through the DENTIST.Crown I. If..Fisher of Tupiter. t1a.
tiy' help fight the fire till it was entirelyout columns of this A. M. Field of Juno... Fla..
and Work
paper. Bridge a SpecJ* ty. R Peterson, *
ANY POPULISTS are numbered and then be liable for at least a Local Anaesthetic TTsed in Extraction C. A. W oodruO. ..
of Teeth. Comp'yIn 4-33 W. G.ROBINSON Register.Tp.
t I among our readers, we wish to notify portion of the reasonable damages.All Teeth Extracted Without Pain.

1 them that a State convention these, or similar laws should West E. H. DUfIC, OFFlCE-4th Door and from Olive Cor.St. Clematis Ave.

I the populist party is called to meet be passed, severe penalties attached PropnetorPalm 7-.2-96 WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA. the World The Hade County State BankjPalm

in Ocala on the 31st of this month, for breaking them and then they

1 at which time delegates to the national should be enforced.of L.DANIEL, Any One Contemplating Beach, Florida.

i! convention will be elected, a Beach DENTIST. Insuring His .

j State ticket nominated Authorized $100,000.Paid .
mode
or a of Capital
HEALTH ORDERS. COCOA, INDIAN RIVER FLORIDA.1-2M3 Her
j i !4 selecting nominees for Stateand Congressional or Life

't J El tickets decided on and The following order promulgated Drug \V AI.lLACE R. HOSES, Should Write to the Up Capital $15,000.
l -
any other business attended to that by the Health Authorities of
this Successor to A. W. Robert, Undersigned. OFFICERS:
I 11
f may be brought before the cauy en State is being published by all! Florida Store. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, E. N. DIMIOK, President

I tion. This county is entitled to one papers so that all Health Officers, Agent for West Palm Beach Town Lots, also U. D. HENDRICK80N, Viee-Presideat.

f delegate at-large and one for everyone mayors, and others whose: duty it is West Palm XOTARY Beach PUBLIC.Water Works. COUPON. GEO. L. BRANNINO, Cashier
-DEALERS INmhis
,f 0 hundred votes cast for State officers to see that the provisions of t Clematis Avenue,near Olive Street.
i5- .1.91 West Palm Beach Florida.GUY .
i \ in 1892. w order are carried out will be d ". PEREZ F. HUFF, Manager, Branch Office# at West Palo Bele'--.

t WILL and fully notified. Toilet Articles I. METCALF, The Equitable Life of N.Y., Office Hours From 10 a.m. to x p. tn
I 1 THE STARK ADVOCATE and: We clip it from an exchange and Drugs, Jacksonville
NOTARY PUBLIC Florida.I .
I several other of our exchanges GeneralBankingBusinsssTraBSielrfCollections
please here for the
publish benefit of
I revise the statement our For the State of Florida at Large. promptly remitted OB day d..t
they make would like
in mayor, doctors, and the public at Fine ''Deeds to receive an ex-
their Stationery and Mortgages Leases and Contracts receipt.. Drafts bought and *ld on the prflo-
state items .
news to
the Drafted.Conveyancing
effect large: a Specialty. ample of your NEW POLICY tipal citlea ot the United States. 4.29.97Y

that VBrevard" county in going to "Whenever any physician shall knowor > All Work Guaranteed Legally Correct. adapted to --
9 buildings Snake Sundries. Office in TROPICAL SUN Block my age.I .
put up on Creek and aprebend that any person whom he ; Druggist ,
ism West Palm Beach Dade County, ,
Florida.FRANKI.IN M.
make D. L. DODSON.
it
read
"DHde"county called visit
instead.It to or who is brought to bit ,
was born on the.........
..
; ., is'us that's going to do it, and I If. for examination, is infected with yellowfever Prescriptions CompoundedEast 1 day of

t 1: wahi r Veak! we are making ,towards small pox, cholera, diphtheria Coast Business Solicited. SHE8N.& CEO. O. BIITL$R. ,

I ', i'. getting good roads for this scarlet fever, or any other disease dangerous WEST PALM BEACH, 6-10-96. SHEEN: BUTLER.- I ..............:........i...........is.........

; county,, ,for the buildings are to to the public health, he shall immediately SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. 8. -Miami s.SE1IINOLE. Florida.

t i keep county! prisoners in down there give notice thereof i in the manner WHEN in Jacksonville be sure and visit Lands legally Office at eub West-divlded Film and Beach fnr- Name.......................................
where there is plenty of rock to keep provided by the statute, to the president your Old Friend, who will surpriseyou nl hed. Selecting and grading land napa, locatIng DARDEU snop,'
t'M of the State Board of Health; and with Bargains in and estimating timber a specialty. Care.
'
l ; them at work breaking up a I) it can to the Health Authorities of the city, Dry Goods Clothing: and ful munleattonB and correct by work mall receive guaranteed.prompt All atten.con Address..................................... D. M.GEAVBIDEAC,1fanaltr.FIRST.CLASS ,
be used on ourcounty roads. PIedon't use town tion. Mam and Blueprints at Lowest (1'rI.
or settlement in which the sick: Gents' FUJ ni hings._. .f08. WEST PALM BEACH.:FLA. n-T-w 102197Subscribe TONSORIAL wollE
,give: others credit for our ,good: persons may be; and it shall be the dutyof D. SINGER, Manager,?? New Furniture-Ejerythlojt Neat

deeds, I any health ofijcer, or person acting as, II J1-I97 Bridge Street,Near JACKSONVILLE Bay. FLOtIP4 Try THE SUN for Job Work. for The Sun.tt and Clean.
Shop under Seminole Hotel."i '
I West Pala: Seaeb,l14 '
I'I
I
.
,. .E
L ._. .



; :
-



I
""


THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA, THUBSDAY, ,MAY 12, 1898. 38 1


tL.-- -,- ,.
BROKEN STAIRWAYS. CARE OF UMBRELLAS, SAMTCL B. HXU.HR. CLARltt1c8 0.-Mt:" < >-

REYNOLDS & TOLL Established 1841. J'
BorrlbU Gaps la Mnsleal Education ArisIng How to Handl* Them to Preserve Their ,


It ia aa From erroneous Inefficient idea that Teachers."anybody" In buying LIfe and umbrella Usefulness.you must take WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN < s..: B: MILLER! & CO:

trill do to teach a beginner. Instead of U on faith, for the most experienced ..

the solid foothold of a strong and reliable shopper cannot tell how it will wear. cL WHOLESALECommission -

technic, both mental and muscular Silk of a smooth taffeta weave is, a good }ish Gysters G 1 i :
purchase and light to carry. Gloria f ,
ascending securely by degrees which the makes a heavier umbrella, but it out-, Fish I Dealers: *
little climb find hor- :
ones can easily we
wears any silk make. No matter what
rible gaps where security has been sac the material may be, however, never and c'UrtZs No. 7 Fulton Fish Market, NEW 'YORK 1 :

rificed to rapidity honesty to haste and keep it strapped except when it is car- Qreon .

good workmanship has given way to a ried. Keeping it tightly rolled up destroys .", Special! Attention given to the sale of Pompano, Spanish

wild scramble to get to the top "the its durable qualities. When wet, SERVICE TWICE A DAY. Mackerel, Blue Fish, Etc. '

top" in this case meaning some ideally dry an umbrella by standing it with the "- References Fulton' <<; and Market National Bank, or. any YThpleppfe.1 F'illb

difficult composition where the helpless handle down so as to prevent rustingthe We catered to the best trade last year and Pealer' iq the United States.

pupil who has spent time money and framework, as happens when the are fully prepared to do so this' season.' ..Stencils tarnished on.ppUe{tiop. 11-18-3a'-
water runs off the other end and collectsat ,', ..' "
-
bard work stands breathless and -
panting
the top. .. .. ", U'4 ...__ '""-' -.
.
only to fall through the lad -
crazy When nearly dry, do not open the ,:: '
der up which he has been dragged, vic. umbrella, or it will stretch out of shape SPECIAL ATTENTION : JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA'
&
timized the careless of the POPE M 'AJ/RIIt
by building while drying.' Wipe off the handle -W80LFALE-,
teacher who was paid to do good work.A when ready to put away, using a pieceof IS GIVEN TO ORDERS FROM ,
contributor to The Etude who writes chamois skin if there is any silver

these lines also says: about it. Sometimes a blue or green Fruits and Producer

4 W The foundational teacher is not responsible umbrella. spots when lightly wet In The East Side.WEST .- __ 'I '.- #' _
i' for veneering nor brilliancynor such a case open it and set out in the

artistic finish but he-or in 99 first hard rain, the spots disappearingwhen PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. 11497If Commission Merchants.:

cases out of 100 she-is responsible fora it is thoroughly dampened.To .

practical and usable technic that will furl an umbrella. properly grasp it ... Fanc Grades of firjttqty and Cn &

stand by a pupil under stress of nervousness firmly at the lower end of the ribs with of truck farm iMP&
you are thinking irrigating your ,
a good clean touch accuracy in the right hand, holding them perfectly pineapple field or orange grove, send me size of area We Solicit Your Business..

reading, intelligence in phrasing and straight and even, and do not allow IRRIGATION you wish to cover and full information of what you We only solicit the business of:Merchants and WIU Not fill orders from Consumers-tier
exactness in rhythm. None but the conscientious them; to twist while yon shake out the want and I will be glad to furnish all information should buy from their home dealers. tptiq;
one who has been there can folds. Next wrap them evenly around desired and give estimate of cost. '
.. ... ,,' .. ..
the of the stick with the left hand and -
appreciate agony spirit enduredin ; firmly J. G. CHRISTOPHER .,
the teaching of just these subjects fasten the strap over the smooth, firmly ,

but it can and must bo done, for it is rolled umbrella.If Machinery and Mill Supplies. IT TlTlTlflflfi New house; best accomipod Uoii pa the

time that the "advanced pupil" who either black silk or gloria become Al Mill HOTEL I I East Coast; table first-class, !ii4'ever

cannot play the scale of C decently spotted with mud, eta, clean with a bit Irrigating Machinery a Specialty, Elu, 1 lU-lUyy convenience and comfort; hot and cold

should cease from out this land of ours. of old silk dipped into warm water and 10-21-97 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. baths' ; modern improvemeots; in center of the famous.. pineapple, section; close
It is perfectly useless to say that little immonia. If colored silk needs cleaning -
to the Inlet fish and oysters in abundance.
;
children cannot understand the do it with a rag of the same color

classic composers. They can and do and and naphtha, remembering that the latter -

if they have a fair chance will pick out ; is very explosive. If grease gets on Our Terms: Moderate.

the better pieces each time. Most children the: silk remove with magnesia, rubbing Ir'4' :iI 5priQ '' J. L. JENSEN, Proprietor, *
can tell good from bad, and if they it in and allowing it to remain for : :

cannot they must be educated; that is 24 hours. Naphtha also removes grease, : JENSEN, BB EV Aft n COUNTY FUJ$I

all Surely that is what the teacher is but the liquid cannot be purchased everywhere y ,1 Styles. ..
and magnesia can. KJ"Don't fall to stop at Jensen when visiting the Indian River. 1.16jt
-
for.Children
like what they have been ,
fed on from babyhood, and if they do How to Prepare,Corned Beet 1\ FOP ffletfsAre Wear "_"A.,..- -'-_- -.

not like classic music at first hearing it To have good corned beef one should '
Is because their little heads are already prepare it at home. Get a round of beef c \ all in. The largest and handsomestline
BROS
stuffed full of the trash supposed to be from the meat market, cut it into pieces of Woolens in the South. Best work, LITTLE

necessary for beginners. Poor little convenient for boiling and pack it in a best finish, best fit and lowest prices. Suits _

things, how can they like what they stone jar. Make a brine as follows: to: order, $12.00, $13.50, $15.00, $16.00,'

have not been brought up on? Strange, Take 3 gallons of water, 4) poundssalt $18.00, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00 and up. Fertilizer 8 PQOSPQateompaQYJ? ?
and yet we do not teach literature by a pound brown sugar, a pint mo- J
enforcing the reading of dime novels. lasses, lU ounces saltpeter and a half .. ;t PANTS-$2 75, fe-oo.$3-5o, $4.00, $5.00,
ounce pearl ash. Mix and boil the $6.00, $7.00 and up. Jacksonville,, :Florida; .

The Back Yard of the Town House. whole well, taking care to skim off all
the impurities which rise to the top. MAIL, ORDER DEPARTMENt-Samples and Self-Measurement Blank senton '.
Five people out of ten decry the back
When the brine is cold, pour it over application. If you are requiring Fertilizers for .
yard of the city bouse. It is hot and untenable -
the meat, weight it, and in a week it
but only because it is made so will be ready to commence using. Vegetables, Pineapples, Etc, write'to .'
by the occupant. Nowadays this neglected The Popular Price Tailor

luxury has come to the front, and How to Broil Kidneys. L I V1Y, us and we can give you more value .

before the outgoing in the summer time for than other Manufacturer ;
and so on in the autumn and until the Kidneys are best broiled. Allow one 13 lain St. Jacksonville Hi your money 1 any ,
for each person. Remove the skin and ,
in this State
winter fairly sets in a way has been or Dealer or. .
cut them nearly through, beginning at :

house.provided In to make Germany it the a load chidren's of sand play is the rounded end. Run a small skewer', g- We do Dyeing, Cleaning, Repairing, Altering and Pressing. \28-97 from any other State. Write for pamphlets .

brought in and in of across the back season with pepper and to above address. W17
placed one corner salt and rub over with a little butter. prices, eta
the yard, and the children are furnished
Lay the cut side downward on the grid
with pails shovels sand molds and all iron after .. ," --- .
greasing and warming latter, : -7 : f::
P the paraphernalia of seashore .amusements place over a'clearfireand cook for eight
so that in the cool of the morn- NEW SEMINOLE HOTELOnly
to ten minutes turning them once or Ocean SteamsMp"SAVANNAH Oompany
ing or afternoon the corner is one to be
\. greatly enjoyed. In France if only twice. Too much cooking makes them .....
tough. Dish with hollow side
there is one tree in a garden, its shade upper- Brick Hotel in Town. LINE." .
most and place a little parsley butter on .
forms for the out
family a sitting place. "
each kidney. Make some of
squares
Supper is served there and various occu- WEST PALM: BEACH FLA.
toast for the savory toast butter well, Florida *
pations are carried on in the early
or '
then fry a small onion in butter, add i:
;
late morning hours Decorator and Has recently been completed built in the most sub- "
says 3 tomatoes (cut up small), and when msF\I TMOI P .
York And Boston.
Furnisher. cooked season with pepper and salt, stir / / stantial manner and elegantly furnished; situatedon To New + ,,,.. ... ...

TJaefnl and Bully Remembered.The in 3 beaten eggs, a little chopped ham high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding magnificent, unobstructed -

Boston Cooking School Magazineis and cook again till the eggs thicken view each way and guests enjoy perpetual hreezes from all directions. A Short Kiall Ride to- Savanna Tfaeneen ; -, : ** +j

authority for the following little then place on the toast. Cuisine and Service Strictly FirstClass.Rates A ,Short & )% Voyage, .. '

items that make one less dependent on I How to Waterproof a Dress. : $2 per day and up. Special Rates by the Week or Month. Sailing from Savannah:
recipes in cooking: Mix 2 of alum and
ounces powdered
A teaspoonful of salt seasons one the same amount of sugar of lead with GEORGE ZAPF Manager. 5 Ships Each' Wee 5 .
quart of soup sauce vegetables meat, 11-4-07 ,
2 gallons of rainwater and when sufficiently
.
etaOne cup of sugar sweetens one quartof amalgamated pour off the water -- All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing.schedules.Write, : for gen.
.
from the sediment which will
necessarily -
anything to be served ice cold or eral information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on
settle. Soak the in the
garment "New Process" Blue Flame Oil StovesLight'g
frozen. liquid for about 12 or 15 hours and E. H. HINTON: Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS! Fla. Fast.tgt." .,,
One teaspoonful of extract flavors one when it be ironed and 1 la.
dry can considered Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville, J-W
quart of custard, pudding, etc., served ready to withstand the rain. It will,

unfrozen.: of course, be wise to subject only fast Standard Go's Vapor Stoves .. .. -. _.... .. -
One tablespoonful of extract flavorsone
colors to the treatment, and very fine
quart served frozen. fabrics would be better left alone. Florida East Coast Ry
One tablespoonful of liquid is allowedfor OUR EAST COAST AGENTS: -

each egg in making an omelet. How to Core Hang Nails.Hang .
J H Niver, Daytona J C Prink, StuartW
Four eggs to each quart of milk are nails, according to a manicurist P Shryock, New Smyrna M E Gruber, West Palm Beach TIJJB TAB" NO." 14. IN. EFFECT APRIL 12, 1888.

used for an ordinary cup custard. come usually from an abnormallydry Frank T Budge, Titusville M B Lyraan Lantana
Rice absorbs three times its bulk of condition of the skin. They need Edward Stiling, Cocoa Stranahan & Co, Fort LauderdaleGeo SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down). NORTH BOUND (B4 TD).

water and more of milk or stock. persistent treatment to effect a cure. The F Paddison & Co, Ean Gallic Jordan & Spivey Lemon City Now No 55Ml STATIONS. NottNo
One teaspoonful of baking powder to Hodgson Bros. Eau Gallic D R Knight Lemon CityA ? Daily Davy
fingers should be soaked a few minutes Y W Hogg & Co, Fort Pierce Frank T Budge Miami TaS ur...........................JtckiOBTiU* ........................Ar TW' i .
each cup of flour. every night and the dry and the loos- 020pffffft 10 SCa Ar,...........................81 Augustine...........................,LvAr. S lit*
"" skin Geo E Coon, Jensen W W Culbertsoa, Cocoanut Grove 1085* ................... ....fit. An stine. ......................... r A .
ened then
carefully cut away; rosa- ....'.: 1110s 17f.................... .:.......Halting*"...r .. :....:..........r a !' *?.*'
Economizing Space. line, applied for the double purpose of The D. Co. 11 tea TP alai s............................. : ..:.
- In houses where there is ample room nourishing and healing the tender skin, Raymond Knight N.f 13 r. .. ?-...j aqm. ........::::::;:;;:.:.;::....jM> .1 N,
the hall be the counterpartof should be left on overnight Women .......... ......... ......Ban M ateo.....................:........LIT P .: .
upper may ,.,.. Lr.. ...Ssa Mateo.. ..Ar : .:
the lower so far as size is concerned, have learned that manicure articles in SOLE STATE AGENTS, _. n.:::................. ....Kut FalAtka LT U
and the space required in the opening of sets are to be avoided, each to be chosen fffff ........................ OTOfld ........................:...n" E ......
10-21.97 Jacksonville, Florida *?**,, I ....n........................Da tQIIi.. ............... ......... N ...a.
the stairway can extend up without interruption separately as in that way the best qual M M .......... ..Port OraiigB.. .. .". 9BCftp
to the ceiling of the second is obtained. The file is .N w Smyrna. '
,: ity jeweler's to .. *82p ..Oak Hill. ....... ... ...." s.3......
story, but in the majority of houses be preferred over any other for this use. Miami on Bay Biscayne Florida 'fftt?/N.. 8Up ................. ..........TltpsvUl. ..................... ..nr.. .. i sip
economy of room is a point that must If one has not a nail polisher, a piece of ..,,.. 847 .M .............................LittPoint.. .. ............ ibo ....,.
t I Miami 8 cap Cocoa ....................."........
be considered. The second floor, how- a glace kid glove is an excellent: substi I The Most Southern Railroad Point in ,N .. 40$ .............................Rnck1.de.- ............................ 10'=p......
ever, must be cut back to a considerable tute. p,: f ?' K n GalJi*............................. 12 ids ::.
the United States. i.,., ...........................Melbonrn................. .."......". IJMtjlOSa
extent in order to secure "head room"in How Hot Charlotte Is Made. for I.r. \\9 a ....... ................SebwtiM.... ........................- 11 n n.
ascending the stairs. Country Gen Accommodations 200 Guests. Hotel Homelike and Comfortable. .....MSt. uUCl .........::..S..u. *,. 19 :..Ml
illustration Butter a pudding dish, then line it ,.,... ............................Fort Pierc*:.......................... I. *
tleman gives an showing 12-16-97 S. GRAHAM. Proprietor.Hotel ,_ ........... .......... ....Eden.. .......... : $ ... ,
how the space in the upper ball in one with bread and butter cut moderatelythick ..N..... 7 p .. .........*..............Jensen..............u..n..no........ ......... .....*9
and in milk soaked 7229808p '
dipped not Stuart
I' bouse that might otherwise have been ,,,... ...........................RobeRonnd... ........................ DA : .
in it. In the
practically wasted has been utilized as center put any kind of .... 821p ........................... West Jupiter ........... ..............: b "*,*
fruit-stewed apples peaches, apricotsor .. JOQp .' ....................West Palm &aeb......................... 'atttfff111. ..?;..
; a cozy little den, that can be used'as a U. D. HENDRICKSON ?SOp ..............................LAnton. if.R
sleeping room when desired. The"head prunes stewed and pitted. On top rrtt'" lo Up .........................Fort Laaderdti.................... ... ....:
room" of the stairway has been boxed have a layer of bread and butter. Bake f.;.".'.' 1952pllOOp N .. .::..:.:.:.......Lemon City ..... ...................... a i1 Ita ."N.
Ar,. .Miami.. Lv a ,
this about half an hour in a moderateoven. !!' ; :;;

"I Turn it out on a flat dish, sift 1 General Merchandise.Wholesale BETWEEN NEW SMYRNA AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION.
Lei _
powdered sugar over it and serve hot I -No.-SlSor. 1 STATIONS. vo. t .

with hard sauce. I *00p lOlteLr ....................:... New Smyraa.. ..................... ..ArLy p
Oils 84Spll<8a ............................LakaHele*................... ..... .... 12 4
, I 1Ia Salt G r 0 cer IBS Paiits S C1oth 8Mpl202 t* ....... ........... Oranee City.. ... .................... ... 12Ydp 4 1P!
How to Make 1IumusVithout Eggs. Gasolines 76 and 86. 0 In[ JOOpUlOp Ar.... ::Orange City Junction.: 12 Yap '4 lOp
Nothing toughens a raised wheat All train between New Smyrna and Orange City Junction Daily except Sunday.--


; s muffin ciously.so quickly An excellent as eggs muffin used is injudi-made Hats, Caps, Sloes, Dry Goods, Seeas, Trams, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.-

without any eggs. Scald a pint of milk,
and when it is lukewarm stir in half Hu te mBljl.City' of Key Wed of the Florida East Coast' Steamship Cpmpaiy l araSCajnl
a
Sewin iachines Hardware for Key West on Mondays7ednesdays and Fridayg after arHval of train f MB Jack*
cake of compressed yeast. Rub a scant [ DBvUle,BIWBK connections at Key West with steamers for;Havana, Lea,. Kty.WMt 129p.
half cupful of butter, or beef's fat and .m. (standard ttjie)OB bound trey s.and Satardava arriving Miami DUa j jSB ply p j
_ttcu to floaaeot frith north: ,
butter, through a quart of well warmed Agent for Mapes and Williams& Clark's- Fertilizers
.
AN EXTEMPORIZED BEDEOOM. flour. Stir in the yeast and milk and -'

'in and paneled in front. The top has beat the batter until it blisters. Let the Anti-Friction Iron Marine Railway :dSme Tables several show stations the times and at ports which but their arrival boats may or j C departure*tiR ctdt at, "arrli9aa4,this YtMq

been continued back, securing two deep muffins rise overnight, and in the For Boats 75 Feet in Length and Under. ,nor does the Company hold'itself responsible for any delay of'aayenuequeaces

drawers for bedding or other purposes, morning fill deep muffin tins half full. Steamers For.copy.of arising local time therefrom.card call;at 228 West Bay Street.JscxjoaytUe,op ad4r.ss
and a couch on top. If there is further When the batter rises to the top, put '
3.P.BEcK W u){, Traffic Manager J. D. RAHVIB, .Q.P./..
it well be utilized, shown.This them in the and bake them half "Lake Worth" and
as
space, can oven : "Gladys"On _,
F ;, .., __ ,I .', !,
gives a closet at the bottom and an hour.
Lake Worth.
above some bookshelves that are in-
j closed curtains. In the house in How to Seed! Balsina
question by the whole front of the couch I I When stoning raisins, rub a little but- Schooner "MARY B." regularly between Lake Worth and Jacksonville

, the fronts of the drawers, the panels ter on the fingers and knife. It will re- Free pervert Bqat on Lake Worth. 'T.
lieve the task of raisin of its 'fi'bsori' .q'Ae SW'J.
' ;? eta which, are is very made pleasing of oak indeed., the effect of i I stickiness and discomfort. seeding 12.1-01 Lake Worth, ,Florida. .5 for : "


.


4 ,



mu..!, '. '" :


.

H .4 ,THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1898. >

--
-
l lII

: .... ODD FELLOWS.Weak ESTABLISHED 1875. The Travelers New....; l

Lodges Talking of Consolidation ManagemrJacksonville
Triple link Nona. William A. Bours & Co. MBVT '
The spirit of consolidation seems to have ,
@ Fla. : -
GARCIA Prop. '
taken a deep root in the order in Pennsylvania FELIX >
and the subject is being earnestly "
debated in many lodges, and it is probable Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers ;,:,
in
Hotel
t MASONIC. that in this as well as other orders more The Best $2.00 per day Florida;
of the weaker bodies will be induced to .
Grand, .Blaster of Masons In New Jersey. consolidate with each other to form strong 6 East Bay Si, Jacksonville, Florida. Take carat the ynion Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers..,
f t's Chips From the Temple. bodies than has been done in the past. It
E The recent session of the grand lodge of Is conceded that there are too many small,
IF weak under \\e Handle Only the Best and Most Reliable Seed A Complete Stock of
I, New Jersey was one of the best attended lodges struggling along heavy

years and enthusiastic the fraternity held has in sovcralrcars.been working For to I improved burdens whoso by a union condition of forces would with be greatly other Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, ,Grits, Meal, N. Welshans :t
1 lodges in like condition. Chas.
establish a home for indigent brethren and .
recently consummated its plans by the purchase Illinois Odd Fellows recently dedicateda . Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dark -, -
t of a fine piece of property at Burling fine temple at Milford.
j ton. The new grand master Josiah W.I New Albany lodge No. I, has absorbed AT WHOLESALE -STATE AGENT FOR-
I : Ewan of :Mount Holly assumes his office Ilumboldt lodge, :No. 243, thus making it state Agents For T ygrt-Alien Fertilizer Co.
1 :ft under anspicous circumstances. He has of the in Indiana. The officersof
one largest
Star Brand Fertilizew-Gnaranteed and Fertilizer, Pare
Tree Vegetable
Analysis Orange
been a member of the grand lodge for five New Albany are in charge. Ground Bone, Nitrate Soda Mnrtate Potash. Sulphate Potash Kainit. EtaThese & Martinez Paints

,$.; years. and" for several years was district Des Moines boasts of a lodge composed Send for Catalogue Fertilizers, Free.have no Superior in the Market,and a trial will coatince. io287 Longman ;

1; entirely of Hebrews.
---
The rapid growth of Odd Fellowship attests -
I 1 in a high degree its value as a prac- Lime, Brick, Shingles, _

iI'j.j'!' .l =fcH tical and sovereign worthy grand benevolent lodge organization.The has twice ex. ''lr'I"I"I'tI'tI'llr"'r"'tItItItItItI''tItI' " , '''' Cement and Coal Tar. Yf f_.:'

I pressly declared that a resignation of mem- -
bership must be in writing. r e. .rv .+

I Sister Alice Lindly wife of Grand Mas- -- .-... Sicklerfs Peerless Cement-Pias tars' __
for
ter Lindly of Illinois was J'ccentlylnstall- Agent i

ed 14,noble of Greenville.grand of her lodge Melrose No. r 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, .Florida 1021.97 .{


I,II I, J a') ::1I'iI .i r sentatives Past, chairman Grand association Sire of J.the W.has Past Stebbins honored Grant of Repre-the Rochester Illinois i Tll City Meat t Market r t, B -f


I ; jurisdiction by inviting Grand Rep- ..... -
resentative J. 0. Humphrey to deliver an ....
address at the reunion to be held in Boston -
I r.. next September. & GEO.S ADAMS O. W. WEYBRECHT:

rl Heading, Mich., a town of about 1,000 Propr I ,
I ,
population, has a lodge with 134 members
I :.ter. whose average age is under 34 years. .r.... r Dealer in Hardware, '
: No brother in the order legally hold == : : DEALER IN : :
can
dlt .....
office in any lodge, camp or other body of r Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter, Mixed Paints, -
which he is net a member.
Florida
t :f ,' josun w. EWAX. Grand Master Lindly of Illinois is ar --. and Western Meats, -- Tin, Copper, and Sheet Iron WrL .

deputy grand master of the Second district. ranging to hold a number of meetings in E Armour's Star Hams Bacon ::
K Last year he was elected! deputy grandmaster Chicago during the month of March witha .... 7'-:,
and is now head of the order in his view to official visitations. Dealer In Pumps, Pipe Fittings,and General Plumbing Supplies,Tie Ware Agate -:
and :
I 1'1"! Bologna, Tripe and Pig Kind.
I jurisdiction. ..... Ware and House Furnishings of Every
i : The national Masonic fair and exposition MACCABEES.Great .
E Feet
Domestic
\ ', which will bo held in Convention Poultry, Veni3
,
"J {5211. Washington, commencing the 11th Gains Made Daring the Fast Year. -- AGENT FOB THE AEBHOTOB. COHSTBIICTOB of IRRIGATION PLANTS -:
of next April promises to bo the greatest son and Wild Turkeys, Butter :
From Various Tents. "
..... ,
: affair of the kind ever held in this coun ;

,:- C try. army The with close a of total 1896 strength left the of Maccabean 253,555. E- and Eggs, and a Full Line of .3... Estimates for Work and Material. One or both promptly ':;
The of order
mysteries our are simple
Furnished l-3l4f.
i.
while 1897 passes out with a Maccabee ,
H. and easily understood. They are such as record of 293,443, being a net gain of 88- Vegetables. :::
I to leave no profound doubt on the initiate's I 8S3. The net increase in 1896 was 36,910, ..... WEST PALM BE AOH.. FLOe'IDA.: i
:
;h i .mind as their unfolding takes place before -- --
thus showing that 1897's record for gain
him.. No sight is for
I uncommon necessary ==
r was 1,978 better than that of 1896. The
their perception and no unusual intelligence supreme tent jurisdiction furnishes a still ..... ....
L for their -
comprehension.The
better showing. The year 1897 opened .-.... .... FURNITURE
quarters now contracted for in with a membership of 118,767 and closed S
i a Pittsburg for the conclave of KnightsTemplars with 138,663, being a net gain for the year -EMail Orders from Responsible Household Sewing Machines __
N next October is '16 per cent of 19,896 which is 3,088 better than the -
l: greater than those secured six months previous net gain of 1896. Parties in the County will Reai The Best Machine Made, Light Running:
to the Boston conclave. This indicates .... and Noiseless. -**
The surplus at the close of the year -
a I a much larger attendance. amounted to $326,761.40 as against $205 E.... ceive Prompt Attention Sole Agents for the famous Wall Tronic. -
1 The grand orient of France recently or 90S.;! at the close of 1896, showing a net -- Mattresses made to order. A ...
ganized a lodge of Freemasons in Mont gain in the fund of$120,853.66. r
Line of
jf real. The grand master! E. T. D. Chambers ..... Complete .:0
Twenty-five new tents were organizedin I
of the grand lodge of Quebec, has is ,, FURNITURE :
Kansas during 1897, being more than ;
....
sued a proclamation such I .
declaring
organization double the number in 1896. of all descriptions at Rock Bottom Prices ::
clandestine! and .
.Intercourse with this so prohibiting called lodge any of Connecticut organized 10 new tents last E A Specialty is Made of Supplying both Wholesale and Retail. Baby Carriages : .
Freemasons. year and made a net gain of 280 members. .... from $6.00 up to $za.oo. Go Carts,, "

_The total number of affiliated Royal Ohio has given Pennsylvania a lively E Winter Cottagers, Yachts, Private Refrigerators have Ice Chests, Etc. _,c
We a consignment of Oak Diaers
tussle for second and
Arch Masons in NewYork jurisdiction place prospects are '
Dec. 27, 1897, was 20,339, a gain of 441 that it will continue; present membership r.Cars and' Parties.._ and Reed Rockers that will be sold very r l}
18,004. low. We handle the famous Cleveland
over last year. .-. k
and Rambler BICYCLES. :
The work of last year in Connecticut a9 There were 46,750 new certificates issued --. -
Especial attention given to our Mail Orders. We -
shown by the report, was as follows: Initiated during the year in both the supreme ten "-" Guarantee Satisfactionboth in Goods and Prices =::-
633; passed C37; raised 691; oft and Michigan great camp, the number in i 11-18-97, I Call on us,or send in your orders to .
filiated. 86; reinstated, 43; demitted, 99; the supreme tent being 35,9:9, 9,088 being and Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA =
i stricken from roll 165; suspended, 4; expelled for social members and 26,843 for lit :t2 li li i liJl1 iijl1 li lijlill1 11 11 11 lill1l11llillil1'l1i' 15 17
2; died 262; total membership benefit members. These life benefit certif .. ONLY $6.00. D. E. COOPER Co
17,071; increase in the last year, 253. icates represent$32,713,500 in the supreme (-21 M'fg
tent :

I I UNITED WORKMEN. .


Great'Reduction Bench In Shavings.The the Call. For neuer.1 Plans KNIGHTS For the Rank-Helmet Encampment OF PYTHIAS.Glints.of the Uniform The Southern Fuel and Supply Company The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co. -


supreme relief board found The work of preparation for the error
lowing jurisdictions entitled to relief: mous Pythian gathering at Indianapolis :-Wholesale And Retail Dealers In-
New York,49167.63;Illinois $12,222.08; in August goes steadily on. There ha! E. SUDLOW Gen'l Manager.
d Nevada,$10,187.20; Tennessee,$16,923.37; been a misunderstanding as to the date ol f Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Gem ,
f i, California $30,626.83; Kentucky $32,- the encampment. It is to begin Monday, ,
836.72; Ohio $52,435.27; Georgia etc., Aug. 22. The lodge conventionwill (
t 4 \; fll,761.70; British Columbia, 9767.77; begin the day supreme following. The camp ent, Shingles and Laths. Pineapple and Vegetable Fertilizers
West
M { Virginia $2,033.42; Missouri, $1,- will not be broken until Monday, Aug.
442,16; Louisiana, etc., $3,871.69. 29. Throughout the week there will be
Amounts due following grand lodges for much to attract the public. The gram Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick. Ammonia 5-6 per cent. I Ammonia 5-6 per cent.
1897 deferred claims, were allowed: parade the cavalry drill and the review
Georgia, $140; Utah, $2,005; ; Louisiana. will bo tho principal attractions. The Available P. A. 4-5 per cent. Available P. A. 6-8 per cent.
$1,504; New York, $4,200'total amountof company drills will also furnish much to Potash K. 2 O. 7-8 per cent. I Potash K. 3 0.9-10 percent.
relief required $261,628; cash on hand, I interest the public in the camp affairs.
f 1,872.60.leaving $256,756.25. Last year Endowmentrank still the Office 408 West Bay Street Cotton eed Meal and
t the difference'amount of $537,634.20.required was $724,390.55, a now members every week.on increase- < o oven (Mixed in
i There are 30,000 members of tho orderin Major General Carnahan has appealed 10-.3.97 "-Jacksonville, Florida. ....! uantities....
Kansas. to the uniform rank for contributions for
: the Rath bone monument. Special attention given to private formulas.
:.Under the new graded system of assess
I 1 i meats, for the six months ending Jan. 1 Three companies of the uniform rank in 12-16-87 SO-Send for Pamphlet and prices. W. F. ARMSTRONG, JR., Agent.
western Missouri
have
11 signified their in
tno grand lodge of Ontario realized sufficient
I i to cover all claims and leave $48,000 tention of going to the biennial encampment Lake Worth lee Wotfks

:\, 1 la the reserve fund. ,
It la 'a: plain proposition that loss of The order of Knights of Pythias in Indiana -
membership by death and tho increase of is strong in numbers, zealous in iti Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper of Kingsland & Comstock
the age. average can only be met by the work and proud of its record.
addition of new members.
r ,',, Modern Woodmen.A lee apd Distilled U/ater% ,
Knights of Honor.
half million dollars to begin the new No. 5 Fulton Market
'Past Supreme Dictator NEW YORK.
i. John Mulliganla. year upon is not a bad"reserve"fund andthat ,
just as much in harness today aa he is what the Modern Woodmen of'
I ever'was, and it Is work work work with America had in the hands of its heat R. A. McPHERRIN, Proprietor. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FISH.
I, him for the glory and success of the banker at the close of business Dec. 31.
Knights of Honor always. 1897.

i Several new lodges have been instituted Camps tray elect as many physicians as Factory at WEST PALM BEACH. .
I'; recently in Tennessee. they wish. Many camps have three or four .:!8-98 Florida fish
In a circular issued Grand Reporter H. Woodmen should work in harmony withthe
F. Day of Illinois says that during the auxiliary, the Royal Neighbors ot
', year 1897 there were 607 members initiated America. They
are a great help to our or
in'that state as against 150 during 1806. der and
are furnishing excellent Insuranceat
t i i Schuttenbcrg lodge .Vo. 3,503, of New a very low cost T V. CASHEN A

i I York city challenges_any lodge in New The fact that the per capita cost of management Specialty. : cConsigrussernta
t York: state doing work in the
:. d, German in 1897 was only 65 cents and the
language to compote with it in recruiting cheapest in the history of the order is a
members for the year ending Dec. 31, matter! of great compliment to the man '- Manufacturer of I
-
189. tho'prize to be a banner of the value agernent of the board of directors. and Dealer in Solicited. 11-18-97
of $50.
Bonds for camp clerks must be renewed -
x Golden Cross.1'he each term. -

Golden Cross has paid nearly..,- YELLOW PINE LUMBER I VI .
i 000,000 in death claims, leaving no claim Royal Arcanum I, Do you want STEAMBOAT? .
1 unpaid,on the 1st of January and some The total membership in Missouri Jan
$30,000 brought over intotbe present year. 1 was 6,239 being a net gain during the
This fraternal secret assessment Insurance year of 419, or 7.03 per cent. Grand
order Treasurer Carl Moller reports a balance In .find Timber. o--- -We have them to sell
was incorporated at Knoxville, . and if we have none
the
i Tenn., July 4, 1876. the third order of Its treasury Deo. 31 of $3,924.31. on hand to suit we can build......
kind organized in this country and the Any man of good character and physic
r first to admit ladies on equal terms and ally sound between 21 and 55 years of age Mouldings. Turned Work. Fancy Scroll Work, JUST WHAT YOU WANT.

I'' privileges. is eligible for membership. Pickets, Lath, Orange and Vegetable Crates. We are also
The strict principles of the order have The grand council of Illinois meets& prepared to furnish /
prevented booms in its membership, but Rockford March 8. .
; us gain has been steady and it now numbers It is very clear to most members of' the Jacksonville, Florida. 1028.97 Pumping Outfits
25,000 members. order that we need medical examiners wh for Irrigation.Write .
are selected for the work by somebody capable -
I Good Fellows. of judging of their qualifications and or call on for
The order Is about 12,000 strong mainly who will select them solely on that ac U8 Anything in our Line:that you needMerrillStevens
in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. count. Indian River Nurseries

I The order is noted for its prompt payment Knights and ladies of Honor. Engineering Co.
of death claims, having paid claims :.
five days after proof of death. The members of the order sincerely Budded Citrus Trees of every variety on Sour Orange and Lemon Stock; also full
r mourn the death of Thomas W. Seymour, line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this section, in- Jacksonville
Brooklyn has drawn Florida.
assembly from
in the the grand secretary and founder of the or eluding Budded Mangoes, 50 Varieties of Crotons, 25 Varieties of :
supreme treasurer ten years $27,000 der, and who was considered one of itf Palms, Roses Strawberry Plants, Pineapple Slips Etc. ****

p t'' tad paid to f25uqa guiding stars. JOHN B. BEACH, Proprietor, 1W7 West Palm Beach, Fla. UACKSONVIllB MARINE RAILWAYS

24.9-07

Y

-- -- --.- =-.". = --= -- _--, 0 _'-.- .l



s .,

-/J






1 ; .

-THE,"TROPICAL SUN WEST PALM, BEACH, FLORIDA, THURSDAY: ,MAY 12, 1898. _.4.
>


BERMUDA ONIONS. THEY SAY- [THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. .

,.. That some women have golden hair WiiiM Markets
THE EAR MAN HOUSE I
Something About How They Raise I and some have plaited. LESSON VII,SECOND QUARTER, INTER ,

Them Over There. That some people love to live, others! I NATIONAL SERIES MAY 15. / Prepared to Supply ,

4.. live to love. I with' Is now open for Winter Travel.
you %
from Gleanings in Bee Culture.I .
That some waste,others want Text of the Lesion, Hath exit, -11.Memol'1 :Best of Accommodations.

happened to be present when there Verses, 4! Good Meats ,.,.,
Golden at
That not even a "hustler" has a rightto Text, Living Prices.qlres'lt. Tables Best tHe: Market Affords.gatfag .
were three or four boys and two men "get there" at the expense of other Math.xxiv Commentary by the Bev.
the -: in tor .z .c tioa.-
getting ground ready. I think they people. D. M. Steams. ]porA,
j had about a barrel of onion plants. The Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot.'
That the training of a boy should begin [Copyright. 18SS. by D. M. Stearns.] 1Jesf, ,

Bermuda people never trim off the rootsor with his grandmother.That 42. "Watch, therefore for ye know not, .. 'E AldreR9
oultrydn U11LS. S. E. EARMAS
tops. They say they like them bet. what hour your Lord doth come." The -
ter jot as they are dug. The man who next to knowing everything is title of this lesson is "Watchfulness," and gds. ( Y"
made the marker took it in hand and hiding what you don't know. if we consider the special topic of this 11-497 WRST.I \"\J BEArH. FLA.

nn along the line with, rapid stridesone That the city poll tax is a dollar and whole Second chapter Coming and of Our the Lord next,"one there, "The is no Native Meats a specialty.Your .

of the boys who was planting moving the dog tax $2.50; event for which we would more eagerly

the opposite end of the line for him That everything is taxed in proportionto watch if we loved it as we should, and we Patronage Solicited.
would surely love it if we understood It. :BRELSFORD ERC
fast its
value.
as as be made a row. The whole The lesson committee suggest: that it may Market on Banyan Street, .

piece of ground was nicely marked in a That you can't always tell how happya be used as a temperance lesson, and if we

little time. One of the other men, who ma: feels by the size of his smile. understand the word "temperance!' in its 11.12 WEST PALM BEACH

knew about how many onions would be Scriptural significance of the whole matter Real Estate-and Insurance
That a printer being out of sorts is no of self control there is no truth that
a seeded walked along the path, dropping sign he is mad. tends more to denial of self and completeself ?

the onions in little bunches to the renunciation than that of the imminence '

That a member of Congress is not always N. C. Palm Beach Florida.
STOCKTON President.
tight and left; then the transplanters of the return of our Lord. Having JOHN[ __

got down to their work.A suffering capital punishment.That uttered His last public \\ord to the hypo- RAYMOND D. KNIGHT, Vice-President

bundle of plants is taken in the talk is cheap but it took several critical Pharisees and having announcedthe THOS. P. DRxa rns, Cashier. Notary Public ----- =Cottagga bent
desolation
of Jerusalem Jesus and
good dollars to the last [AMES D. BASER, Assistant Cashier.
left hand. With the right hand he pay Legislature.That His
picks disciples left the temple and as they 6-1-97 Post-Office Building North of Poincian! Motel.
vp an onion plant,places his forefingeron if a man had as many lives as a did so His disciples tried to draw His attention

the bulb, then be sticks the onion, cat he would not mind dying once or to the buildings and the stones,
and the adornings, but He surprised them
forefinger and all, down in the soft dirt. twice so much. by telling them that the whole thing National Bank Of

With his fingers he gives the dirt a little That Florida summers are as cool as would be thrown down. This led to a SAMUEL I.STOKES.. GEORGE H.CHASE.ESTABLISHED XILBURN POWSKS.

flirt over the roots; then another and its winters are warm. question privately asked Him by four of
another the disciples (Mark :xiii, 3), and the question 1866-,
as rapidly as a in
compositor a That the working classes of this coun led to this discourse, in which He re-
printing-office picks np his types. The try have spent enough for drink in the fers to the approaching destruction of the t State of FloridaTRANSACTS i

mac:lue marks six rows, so the man in Jerusalem, but chiefly to events connected
last
thirty years to give one of S. Ii. & CO
the path plants three rows as he walks them a home and clothe them every and tbeir with His coming again at the end of this STonER
age.
along and three he
u comes back the
on families in silks and broadcloth for the 43. "But know this-that if the goodman A
other side of the bed. I have seen rest of their lives. of the house had known in what .

quick gardeners at work in different watch the thief would come be would Wholesale Commission Dealers

parts of the United States, but I never That there are only two nations on have watched and would not have suffered GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
the earth, the good and the bad and his house to be broken On former
saw men or boys anywhere who could up. a and Shippers of all Kinds of .
occasion
they are well mixed. our Lord used the Fame words
come up to the Bermuda onion trans pretty (Luke xii, 39)), but in connection with

planters I suppose one reason for it is, That it is better to pay the poor for watching for His return from the wed- Accounts of Bankers -'
,
it is their almost daily occupation, at their labor than for tbeir idleness; ding. In this sermon and in the gospelsof Lobsters : :
Matthew,4Iark and Luke we must remember Merchants Manufacturersand ,
least for a good many of them, for set That it is wages and not charity that that the commission was to Is- ,

eral weeks or perhaps months.I does the most good. rael, and the messengers were forbiddento Individuals solicited.... .

thought at first the work was done That fishing for compliments is only go to the gentiles, and while there are Fresh Fish :
carelessly. It did lessons or us all in all the Bible wo must :
not stem to me that bait.
the onions were down deep enough wasting not attempt to apply some things which C a pit ill and Surplns $$190,000. ,
That where others catch fish is a good are specially for Israel to the church, or ,
and some of the long roots were left vice versa. Truth for the church concerning
place for to
sticking up out of the ground. If doneon you go. the second coming of Christ is found / ." Turtle.

our own soil I should have said that, That a big fall of snow makes Rhode chiefly in the epistles. Notice specially Issue our own drafts to all the principal :," >' '- : :

unless rain Island[ taller than she is broad. that the coming as a thief docs not or cities in Great Britain, Holland ........ .
came immediately and i in
should not apply to the church (I Thess.
abundance half of the plants might die, That none but the brave collect the v, 4, 5), for she is loving His appearing Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy,

but with the damp sea air constantly {fare these days. and looking eagerly for Him and constantly Spain, Portugal and Germany. Particular Attention paid to consignments from Florida.

blowing in off the water, nothing dies in That the nearest thing to a bird of 20))saying. "Come, Lord Jesus"(Rev. xxii, JacksonvilleFlorida 11-18-97. 16 Fulton Fish Market, NEW YORK.

Bermuda unless it gets the blight. The paradise we know of is a fat spring 44. "Therefore be ye also ready, for in 8-JM7 '

onion plant will grow, even if it does, chicken. such an hour as yo think not the Son of *
not rain for weeks after Man cometh." Now, to be ready ando ,
planting. If the That .
the trouble is
great to get feet t watchful a word for every believer at all
sun is shining all the time they are fit
your shoes. times. Having received Christ and be-

planting, they will look considerably That should not judge a complexion come clothed with His righteousness, ware Geo. S. Hacker & SonMANUFACTURERS ,I ,
you ;
lopped down the first afternoon. The ever ready for His presence, for nothing '

next day, if it is clear and bright, they by its cost. more is necessary to fit us to enter J fi : i\
heaven than His merits only. But we are
That fishermen who their bait
will lop down under the influence of the carry expected to be ever ready for any manner : : : .

sun a little, but about the third day they in a jug always come back with the of service and watchful to see His way and ,. :.,.;.-: : ,._ ?t ::,4t. _
will stand straight and same reel. hear His words (II Sam. xv, 15; I Chron. > up keep straight .
3
xxviii 21 Nah il Hab. ii ,_2 ': ,: .
; 1; 1)) Thisis '.
"
That mineral wool is
do not sheared '
They not use any Breed weeders -,--- not, however, the special thought of '*. ; ; .: : : : < 'T ?
at least not as yet-and they do not meddle from hydraulic rams. : these words, for the coming of the Son of ;

with the onions, so far as I could That more flies are killed with mo Man, as I understand it, is always His 'v.*
learn in until coming with His saints in power and
any way the weeds are lasses than with vinegar.
glory for the special benefit of Israel and
big enough to pull and throw into the That if you want to find out what yourwife the overthrow of her enemies. It is never

paths. really thinks of you sit down on death nor Pentecost nor the destruction The
The most troublesome weed they have her hat. of Jeursalom (Isa. loci, 5, 15; Zech. xiv, ,
EAST 'OASTj
.
is what I should call a beautiful little 4,5)
; That reticence and greatness are 45. "Who then is a faithful and wiso OF
flower. I believe most of the weedingis close friends servant whom his Lord hath made rulerover A
; .
done by hand. I noticed our next I his household to give them meat in Doors, Sash, .. ;,

door neighbor, Mr. Webb, had what he That great physicians are always reticent due season?" Hero is something n child .. :
; of God can always lay to heart. Two things Blinds, MouldingsAND -t, '-, "!> "
called wire weeders. It is of
just a loop .
required of us are that we prove faithful '<
wire stapled to a short handle of wood, That a steel trap is smart because it and wise. < ,; -- ;: :'> '
: .
: .
: : : ,::c7: : :
Suppose you take an ordinary tool knows exactly when to shut up. 46. "Blessed is that servant whom his Building Material ::-, :. ; ,- .
handle such have files for in Lord when He cometh shall find so doing." ,
as we on That a boy baby never comes amiss.
One of His accusations of the Pharisees
stance. Instead of boring a hole throughthe CHARLESTON, S, C. of Florida Offers
That you can't tell the size of the family was, "They say and do not" chapter

handle as we do for a file, just benda by the sound of the dinner bell. xxiii, 3)), and His warning in chapter vii, or Largest Factory South.
piece of wire and staple the loose end. 21, is, "Not every one that saith, but he
with ..-- that doeth." He was never idle or indolent Send for Prices.
poultry-netting staples to the side?
and it is impossible that those in
of the wooden handle. Westerly R. I., has adopted an e
xwhom -
He has full control can be either
This weeder pulls the weeds out by cellent plan to secure an equitable valuation the one or the other.

the roots instead of cutting them off, anmellows d and taxation of property. The 47. "Verily I say unto you that He A. B. Campbell
town annually publishes a list of all shall make him ruler over all His goods." ,
the soil the "
by breaking crust.or .
In tho story of tho talents in the next (Mgr Ludden & Bates So. Music House)
what little there b* around owners of real or personal property, the Great
may the chapter both the one who gained five andthe Jacksonville, Florida. : Advantages :
onions. The weeds are cleaned out of value of each and the tax assessed there one who gained two received the commendation

the onion beds and dropped in the path on. This gives a good opportunity for : "Well done, good and faithful PIANOSOEGANS .

every citizen to valuations and. servant Thou hast been faithful over a few '
Sometimes they lie there and stay there compare "".jj

until they take root again. I was going see that he pays his fair proportion of things.things. I Enter will make thou thee into ruler the joy over of many thy I 1

to remonstrate against this slovenly way, the city's taxes and that his neighbor is Lord. What can it all mean but that

as it teemed to me, but when they got not deprived of his privilege of also the faithful servants will have places in Best Makes, lowest'Prices, To Settlers in the way of

teady, a smart colored man, with a fork contributing his full quota to the public His kingdom according to their faithfulness Easiest Terms.
? Saved by but rewarded according
revenue.-Ex. grace Sheet Music, Music Books and Small
just a little narrower than the path, to works (Rev. nil, 12). Instruments of All Kinds at Rock

went along rapidly and spaded everyweed Few fibers are better than that of the 48. "But and if that evil servant ehall ....Bottom Prices..... Perfect Climate Productive Soil
out of sight. After every spadeful say in his heart, My lord delayeth his Write for Free Catalogue. 9-17-97 ,
pineapple. After the apple is cut off coming." Whether all that talk that wayare
with a little flirting motion of his fork
the leaves are wasted; but a decorticatior evil servants or not we cannot say,
be made the roil 6ue; and level. When could easily extract from them an God knows, but we do know that there Choice Fruit Lands, Rich Garden Tracts,

this was done, potatoes were planted are many ho bear His name,at least outwardly tied (Spanish ands
article of high commercial value. There
who not only say it in their
right along through the path. The potatoes is capital enough on Indian River to put hearts, but are very bold to say it wit I Sugar Cane and Good Schools,
were put in so that they will come their and after tho fashion of 1
in a plant that could work up a ton of lips, even ancy s -*>&-
on about the time the onions have Pet. iii, 3, 4. ;
fiber daily, and others would folio
covered the ground so as to crowd out w' 49. "And shall begin to smite his fellow Tobacco Areas, Plenty of Churches
Floridians waste now more than they servants, and to eat and drink with
the weeds. After the onions
are pulled
sell Metropolis. There is both the the drunken." There'are many Christiansboth Pineapple

melons are planted between the paths.I capital and the fiber here but the g o- in the pulpit and in the pews who and countless ways to earn a competency
do not know how many onions they seem to take special pleasure in the smiting
a-head-actireness to be
get per acre, but I think it is something seems lacking. of others at least with their tongues, and SuckersFor
unmindful of tho word, "The servant of Slips
like Iooo bushels when
everything goes tho Lord must not strive," and of th
One of the
of
Florida
well. The onions come into the United curses towns is other, "Judge nothing before the time, For Sale,or Following Varieties, viz- COME TO DJDE.
; State market just when our old onions the spirit of bossism. A tew men will and "All things whatsoever ye would that Abbaka, Porto Rico, .

are cleaned up, and before any new assume that they must ran the town and men should do to you, do ye even so to Smooth Cayenne,

I i ones are ready. Nat only this, but it is everything in it, and a natural sequenceothers them" .(I Cor. iv, 5; II Tim. ii, 24; Math I I Egyptian Queen,
vii As to and with
12) eating drinking
j: claimed that the Bermuda onions have kick against any such arrogate the drunken, tho Lord sees those who bear Ripley Queen, Golden Queen, -. .

I an established reputation for quality. authority and division follows and His name doing even this also, and open White Antigue. .
. .
They are all sound and firm, nice aDd the town suffers from it.-Key West ly without shame and in a very literal Pernambuco, --. --- .
Journal. sense. It is still true that many walk Enville. "
clean acd mild com pa ted with'many of .
whose god is their belly, who mind earthly
Early delivery can be made parti, of the .. ,
the homegrown onions. The fertilizeris There are 413 species of trees found things (Phil. iii, 18,19). Whether there fruit trom this i'lantatlonhaving been picked .
,'
stable manure, seaweed and last, but growing within the limits of the United arc many who weep over them or not, tho last month. Apply to :-#'- .:' ---
,
not Lord knows. It you are clear of the guilt ,' -,
different
least brands of
I America States The curiosity of the whole lot of the literal fulfillment, remember that C.C. MATTHAMS,

k- fertilizers.Adverting. -- is the black ironwood of Florida which there are,many Sf'emlnglylawful things, Florida Pineapple Company,

" is 30 per cent heavier than water. We 11as study, business, innocent amusement,
undoubtedly takes the bicycle, etc., which are very intoxicating 5-21-97 West Palm Beach, Fla.
away dried black ironwood will sink in water
and take time and and -
strength moneywhicb -
f the business from those who do not advertise almost as quickly bar of lead.
as a -Ex.: ought to be wholly devoted to Him.
I and gives it to those who do, 50, 51. "The lord of that servant shall

I and those who have succeeded best, come." He may seem to delay and not to .
growing day by day have been those A few live men are a great help to a care, but in an unexpected day and hour The PalmsNow First-Class-
They blood and vim J9i1
place. put new He will deal with his unfaithful servants.
who have been the
must persistent advertisers
There be in the
into others and push ahead for all that may present dealing ,way ,
in and out of se On.-Press is beneficial of treading under foot of men, like the
to a place. It
and Printer. encourages savorless salt, or sickness or death, but Open For Winter Travel.
... others to come in and help ou the pro these are only partial and except death

gress.Key West Journal. may be with the desire to lead to repent All Modern Improvements, Electric 'JOB WORK
Very few printers get rich. The business ance. The great dealing is, as in the last Bells, Baths, Etc. B 0 BAt

is generally carried on too close a According to the report of the secretary lessons, and also in chapter xxv, 30, the
margin. The constant pounding of of the interior there final one, from which there is no appealor $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY.
are 1.797,662
I recall. See remarks on the last lesson,
prices,and consequent cheapening of the acres of United States public lauds in and hesitate not to repeat to your class Address", "

:"i work, is the cause of most of the bad the State. The bulk of these are un- anything you then said, or have them tell THE PALMS

printing that is done.-Press and Printer. I surveyed. you what you then told them, for ththings THE SUN Office.
must_be oft repeated. 1-6-96 West: Palm Beach, Florida,



s



--
-- =- -;;: --
_
-



", fiH i.


,, p 11! A


'II'' THE. TROPICAL SUN WEST PALM BEACHFLOBIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1898. ....

i !. ,6 .._ t

[ .. HOW" TO 'BE 'BEAUTIFUL.Kodera ,

is 111 ; m; i trzit& Sugar In Florida,..anci'LoulsJ&n- : THE POMELO. :.
1. f .
im.HJ S. Bales and B elpM For Aeqoiriaf
_
To the Editor: I inclose a press dis- Californians Advised to Compete a Pleasing

patch from New York, showing the in. With Florida In Citron: Culture. To Get 'Thin.-Eat a n Brotlier r t r __

I a terest now being taken in the sugar. business -... chopped meat without any

l\ WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. in Louisiana. The pomelo; and shaddock, known topomology Drink little fluid of any
"New York {March .-Quintin strong tea. Exercise a r
Citrus decumana are na-

,11'11' IIogg, founder of the"London Polytechnic I tives of India as and China, and were, first out ter drinking and Lemonade do not pular DryJacksonville Goods HOuS
GUY I. METCALF reached the city. or candy. ,
Institute has just J
'. introduced into the West Indies, trom all kinds and saline _

11 t EDITOR AND MANAGER. Mr. Hogf 1S one of the largest sugar China 10.1763 by Captain Shaddock. ,com excellent. Drink a glass Florida. I

growers in the West Indies, and recentlyone mander of a British man-of-war whose before breakfast.

1 i YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION, $2 of the heaviest losers in the present name has been given to the pear-shaped To Get Fat.-Eat Goods House _

depressed condition of the sugar trade in i varieties, The original varieties were sleep after each meal G Leading Dry

,s the'islands. He recently purchased n, very inferior and worthless except for o'clock and lie in bed half _

i coo acres of sugar-growing land, thirty ornamental purposes, but by careful you wake up. Laugh a in the State y

d miles from New Orleans. He will de- cross-fertilization and selection of the Drink water by the pint : : ___
z Drink weak
i is vote $750,000 to the industry." best seedlings and our modern system of you with can.plenty of milk in -Stock The Newest Styles I
,
g _.
of ,
of number
This is only one a large
IJ rl.. cultivation, are now very different from liver oil and sweet oils as .
'I ;. similar enterprises now projected in the present rait They were introducedinto can. Eat until you feel as at the Lowest Prices.

.: Louisiana. America offers to the sugar Florida from the West Indies a burst at the table. Put request we will send samples free of charge.

,,, AMONG OUR CHURCHES, planter greater advantages than any great many years ago,but were considered on your bread and do not WE PREPAY Express Charges on all :':i

f --...- other country; she is the largest consumer by the white people of no value except ales, lagers and sweet orders to the amount of $5.00 or over, ::1
I : of tons guarantee a gain of five when accompanies the order..
using some 2,000,000 money
sugar
't1 Time end Place of Services, Special for ornamental planting. The negroes -
1'1 annually, of which she imports above unable remember their and, if you can sleep a Mail Order Department )
Notices, Week-Day and Sunday being to double that amount. Equipped
Louisiana is tbe
worth.
I Meetings. $IOOXXXX true name and on account of the tend- To Have a White Skin. and Try it. Your Money Back if Goods Are Not ti W.say '

I .' -:., only State that produces any appreciableamount. ency of the fruit to hang in bunches or at all. Become a
While her soil of the best -Respectfully-
is ;
Epissopal Services. clusters, gave them the name of grape ways have beautiful skin.

it is no better than large areas of soil in fruit, by which name they are commonly weeks or so eat a meal of

southern Florida, and her climate does This does with the BROTHERS'
: EPISCOPAL CnUJlCH-Bethesd -Sea. known They are now considered by away

REV]. N. MCLFORD Rector. not compare with that of South Florida connoisseurs the ne.plus ultra of citrus scurvy that curse of the
.
ti. bv.r.l'rr..-JAMES HINDRY,Ass't Mini tt'r. It is only necessary to call the attentionof Drink as much water as
si : Service every Sunday morning at n o'clock. sugar planters like those mentioned in fruits, and their medicinal virtues are little grease and touch no \ :DRY ,GOODS HOUSI:" __
by some of the most
I Sunday School at m. being proclaimed
3 p.
Your breakfast be
York to the fact may
the from New
,
1 The church will remain open during the dispatch eminent physicians of the Eastern dinner Jacksonville Florida.
I Summer. that we can raise heavy crops of fully oranges; your ,
____ States. A well known New York physician tea preferably quince _

I BXOTHEKHOOO op ST. ANDREW-Meets on matured cane on lauds quite as fertile as has said that the daily use of them muffins, cauliflower
those in Louisiana and with fear of
no
the Second and Fourth Wednesday of each for a few weeks will cure the worst case lade and dishes of

I month. L.'F.HINDRY,Director.W. frost, to induce the investment of large of dyspepsia. They are also highly rec- The diet is not so bad

F.ARMSTRONG JR., Secretary. sums in the business. omended for rheumatism and several used to it. In large towns $ailfoad Watches, .
.
..... Immense investments have been made one or two restaurants -
I
I other ills. Clocks and Jewell
+, 7d. E. Chufeh, South. during the last year in Louisiana sugar A retired British army officer, who as you.
,
( Serviced will be held in the Knight of Pyth- growing, above $5,000,000 in new ma- served several years in India, assured the with To sweet Have oil Plump night Hands.and EVERYTHING UP TO DATE. mI

la>Hall on the First,Third and Fourth Sunday : chinery last fall, while the crop area writer that to cut the whole fruit, inclu ercise them by rubbing I Fine Nickle Movement Screw Bezel, Dust-Proof
ot each mouth at n a. m. and 730 p. m. Even ha3 been very much increased, with a and sent to any address on receipt. of SS.oo.
the rind into small pieces
a ; ding put wear tight sleeves or snug
oa:cordially invited to attend,, MI was glad of the for
II when they said: unto me,let us go into the house probable doubling output 1898 it in liquor made the best remedy: they To Keep One's Feet Spectacles and Qtfeglasses.
rf the Lord.1 fliv.J.K.WALKIV, Pastor. Owing to the crippling of the industryin had found for malaria, which is so pre- difficult. The first sign ;
Cuba, by the war, and the competitionof valent in that as well as all tropical passed youth is the Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing Promptly Attended

S".cl the bounty paid beet sugar of Germany countries. larger pair of shoes-and Charges paid oce way. JJ4 J. RILES _
st Lodge, fio. 46, ;
r and Austria, the free trade West India Gardens sary. The feet spread and W. Everett Block, JACKSONVILLE pr..lGUEi
Itnigbt ot PYthf as., Mr. Morris of the Kew Lon- 5- : 225 Bay, ,
Islands with vast English capital To remedy this wear
are
Meets Fiiday Night at m.standard don, says: "They are nearly all larger be but
every 70o: p. conditionsare can managed,
I : time. Visiting brothers cordially invited. seeking locations where the than the largest orange and are uni- seem necessary.Never

I l Cast's! Hall over Public School Building. better. 'ormly of a pale yellow color. In texture around the house unless

r J. A.PCGH.C.C. The United States now offers the su- smooth in the width and be
the rind may be or even polished.The
VT.I,.WinuBTER,K.of R. & S.
2-"- 7 reasonable and
I ,, I III' gar-planter protection, vesicles of the pulp (juice bagsaremore These are never necessary G. ZTROI1VI
r" the probabilities are that an immense ropodist exists. ,
distinct than in the'.orange, very _
business will be established both in beet To Have Fine
,
FUN AND FACTS. juicy with a distinct but agreeable bitter a _vc DEALER IN 'i_
and in cane sugar-growing. It is hardly the face with the juice of
II' flavor. The pith surrounding
segments -
;i 1 : Witty Sayings Interspersed With necessary to say that where tropical cane berries in the winter,
;
4 : more of the bitter than
possesses Groceries :
'" rub a ripe berry on the and Fancy
1 be with $
l '. Business can successfully
c Bargains. grown proper the pulp, but it is less agreeable, and on ,
climatic conditions, the profits are much .
.
Dont forget TF. OLIVER'S when that account is never eaten. In shape How to Moll

you want Fancy Groceries. greater than in beet culture, under the the fruit varies a good deal. Some are Take 9 fresh eggs, 4 and all Food Supplies. _
best conditions. No place in the United
F He kissed her on the ruby lips, quite globular, ,others somewhat flat- powdered white sugar, 2 a
She nearly had a fit; States, except South Florida, offers such tened at the top and tapering blow, grated nutmeg to taste. '

For they, you see, were man and wife. conditions of soil and climate. The cost forming a pear shaped body. Even in and the yolks of the

And the wasn't used to it. of preparing the lands for sugar will be the globular fruit the tree is more or less the sugar with the yolks. PRODUCE

Cleveland Leader. less than that of delicately clean skillet the
prepairing an equalarea flattened.
Always Fresh, Kept in Stock
A good supply of Bread Cakes, and in Louisiana. While vegetablesand VARIETIES. this on the fire. Mix
Pies always on hand at the Clematis fruits limited yolks of the eggs in a Solicited. -
will support a popula The word pomelow, used in India; is
Avenue beat them together
Supply Store. tion, and afford a small amount of traffic< supposed to be a contradiction of '"pom-
the cider boils, pour it West palm geaob, f1a. 1
The Indian who stole a blka for a short season to the ,transportationlines um-melow" (melon apple), The.largest in the bowl and stir itr<

We Will find It costs him dear. they will never build up a country variety in India is said to be from 2 to 4 fnl not to pour tbo
don't know what the wheel was likIt *-
must have been Lo"Jr'n.r.Cleveland and make a wealthy agricultural locality.This feet in circumference and weigh ten to cider, as the eggs vill r"n;

Plain Dealer. is evidenced in Louisiana, where twenty pounds. The best sort is a thin the grated nutmeg.

No need vast quantities of vegetables are raised, skinned red pomelo of the Bombay mar-
to send
from
home for
away How to Keraovo BUREAU DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.JUPITER .
i any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can and large amounts of oranges and fruitsare ket. This is of a globular shape, juicy ,

= build you one as fine or as cheap as you grown, always as an adjunct to the and of the color.of raw beef. This de. For chocolate: ctains PLAq May 9. 1S93.r

,1 want.. See him and place your order. principal business, sugar-growing. scription corresponds with our variety first kettle., then boiling water for the week ending May S, 1898. Barometer correct**!

I i The old man growled about the bread Florida's opportunity is now here to known as Tresca ,Blood. In Californiawe For fresh peach stains elevation. 8 A.H..nd S observations. 75thmeH4si! .|

II I She That had been baked by mother. secure tbe establishment of a businessfor have several varieties nearly all. tion of cblorido of lime temperature for the years 1896, 1897 and 1898.
slogged him with It on the hf'ad-
which she can offer advantages equalto from Florida and size infinite .
I And the blow almost killed father. brought ranging patience. Long I > > TED4PF..f3ATtJRB

1 Cincinnati Enquire.Scnl those of any country in soil and cli- from twenty-eight to ninety-six to the tial \ x 0 I v:: := :a I 189$. I I/1UT/ I 11t4--. -

..---. mate, and superior to those of any other box. Fruit stains will .- H XM x... STATE OPWEATHER. I
.. 11 a
:Mrs. SI.for G. Butterick Macdonald Pattern, Agent,Sheets Jackson.to territory in the United States, under favorable In the Eastern markets the most desirable boiling water, but if not D .0.a! < .n':...' xx> .:, t'ggg:: 2 B'g."e J. .
3H
be used, allowing 3 ; o.c.o I > .. .
: :
tariff conditions which insuresto may I
.
,
I vine, Fla. sizes are those packing from twenty crystal to a pint of water. > I m. K azo. .'. :" .:" : .1IC .xM .. .
II I He begged the maid to "share his 101." American planters a fair return for eight to sixty-four to the box. The fruit with the solution;place ::I I '
s
E their labor. Respectfully, R.E. Ros;.- | ?SE..14I .00Clear| ....... 1: 76I7M72I7H O4I711xaftGlS| \
H ??
i whole but in sections ? 72S0171 .
I t e She drew away a bit being served not hot water in the steam | | ..OM s E...]2J i .OOjClear.....?...?.. 70 : : 37 6Ntalle'dTS| ;
t t And asked: "What ia It worth foot?" Kissimmee, April Jacksonville the largest sizes are the most desirableand shine. The instant the ..Oft l B.....131 .00 Clear.?...?...... iO7| M2i6i 7HJH.1 i 6 a 72$2| TIITt ,
And what's the size of it?" Times Union, and Citizen.SPANISHAMERICAN. | 121SE...2'v1; .00/Clear..?...?....? 78172 -* 1617.1| | 6aiTo: $' :, s!Gt/ITt
'1 command the highest prices. rinse well; wet the stain ... 6IS..27.00 I'artly Cloudy 78jMl49| / $ ( :
6.\11:1176:68112-
l i Cleveland leader. --- -.--- Previous to the 1S9.t-s freeze from Soo to counteract the acid ..oais\v..2o\| .17Partly| Cloudy 76168 ibtttt! 74 7M | ,
| | ...111W..21I I .OOIPear..M16u7t4IS3l66$731731T9ITro| \ |; | | ( i-
Fine New Irish Potatoes in any quantity WAR. to 1200 carloads were shipped from Flor- rinse thoroughly again. .
( + at the Clematis Avenue Supply -... times save the linen, we can expect good,soaking rains during the next 80 day, u &"! .,
i Store. Engravings of American heroes will i.la to the Eastern markets each season injured by the oxalio acid. has averaged over inches for this period during the rant 10 year*.
1 mostly packed in barrels the size of flour J. W.CROX .Ohwwr Weather 1\........
I be sent free. We have just publishedthe
No declaration of Lit) love
barrels and from
prices ranged $18 to
,
+ J Could she by art entice, most handsome engravings ever issued How to Marinade ---. -
But when they both of Commodore $24 per barrel, So great was the demand The homely dish of
1 who Man.
a-skating went Dewey won help, and so it goes on and on, not forever *-
after the freeze that Eastern deal
He quickly broke the ice.Xew. will receive a much .
i the great naval battle in the Phillipine for the man does Dot _
Ycrk ransacked the East and West Indies newspaper '
Journal. ers if they are first marinaded.
Islands, Rear Admiral Sampson who has told of how a last for that but as b:aiU
long, as long
and ether countries atd what for about hour in
4, \. :TED TO PURCHASE FLORIDA charge of the fleet of American war shipsat tropical an a effects of the hard it is a continual demand for something.
} juice, sliced onion and
1 PKONiRl'Y.-Persons owning farms or fruit they could obtain, although infer-
Havana. Commodore Schlev congregation. At
:i, E wintfct homes, send full! description and com- ior to the Florida fruit sold for $25 to peppercorn, a bay leaf and an equally cheerful and continnss :

I t price to J. V. Bond, Box 181, Dayton, mander of the Flying Squadron. Cap- $30 per barrel and were; sold by retailersas two. Then they are sermons he said: compliance on his part.-News Register,
:'I Ohio. tain Sigsbee who was commander of our in the usual way and house who pays Brooksville.The '
'
,\ 'I The Bock and buskin he would don, Battle Ship Maine. And of our brave high as $3.50 per dozen. brown sauce, to which a Instantly every

Hi own ambition egged him on, consul general at Havana who is now THE TREEIs amount of strained ; with one ex daily income of the oar ot Rossi

I The sock and bunVin: he "'idloff.. Major General Fitzhugh Lee and who a rank grower, extremely early in some of the marinade has feet. He seated is $25.000; of the sultan of Turkey,f&

I j The ribal jinbllc egged him offHarvard fruiting and very prolific. From one the
will command: the volunteer! forces that said: "Let every coo; the emperor of Austria.llO-COO;

> Lampoon. will invade Cuba. To any one who will tree, five years from the bud, we packedthis How to Cook Smoked his debts stand German emperor, $Sooo; the king <*
\ -- ---- season three and oneha1fboxe and Procure a large smoked '
Mr. Frank will be up next week. send us a list of names of len patriotic noted, a careworn Italy, $6,500; Queen Victoria, $&5OO,

Please call at the Boston Store and get ladies of their neighborhood and six two we now have a tree the same age that out into the bone three carefully four and his last suit stood the king of Belgium, $6,500; the president
has at least four boxes of fruit still up or
your bargai. s.I C'nt stamps we will send any one of the hanging them as much as possible "How is it, my of Franc, $,000; president of the ,
to it. A small budded
May above large engravings free of charge, orange tree size. Trim each piece the minister, "that United States, $125. and ours, on vOT
I our troubles ceas", if the entire to the pomelo two years last September exceptional occasions has been as mnca :
collection
i DIs no time to trifle or of the five moving the flap part and in this large Con-
I ; bad two clusters of fruit this as$lo. but its is aboUt
season- general average
\ American is buttered flat tin
IIeroe desired in it
r. Praise de Lawd fer peace. send us a a lay to meet his ob two bits.
But,chilan,load yo' rifle list of twenty names of different ladies one of twenty-seven and the other of haddock, cover with a

-that weighed in the and leave till .
twenty-two
-Atlanta Constitution. aggregate paper
and
f twenty two cent stamps and we will ,'" he meekly
1 all that is will
sixty-five pounds. Contrary to the necessary
ie "' !: Boat building done right at home, in'I send mail.you the five engravings by return general belief, the tree and fruit is not tin in a good oven for : brethern here, who Clematis Avenue

the most approved manner. good workmanship tender and this winter When done, dish up the all my subsuib-
our experience
t !
and at living These engravings are the most beautiful
'I prices. Call on dock, one resting on the ,
f Capt. A. T. Rose. and Ins convinced us that i it will stand as Supply Storet
ever published are handsome over them the melted the mInis. :
i enough to go into any home. Send us low a temperature as the orange. As kle on the surface some I.

r f; A One Boston of thoBe-hightonPd spinster owns a dog. the list of names and stamps to-day the fruit nearly all grows on the insideof parsley. 'or 1 I ::-West Palm Beach, Florid ,
"towsere.
f the tree, it is better protected from
That's go \e'l bread and nice, 'tis said, the edition is limited. There is no advertising How to Press into a certain hotel J. D. MA THIS Pr3 rlel'or.'
the hot in and fros win- ,
sun in
summer, :
lie never pants, but tronhere. on any of the engravings. In The to The waiter ,first
,a -I. \. W Bulletin. sending state whose engravings you de ter; consequenty the fruit is not deformed work is proper to lay way the press of soup, which Pat (Successor U Branalof't Bakery sod Grtcerj Ct)

sire. by the sun, and being better pro clean cloth She then My Motto--Quick Sale and Small Profit.
Watch and on a over an brought
I jewelry repair ng by first tected than the is
liable
not
as
Address, Pastelotype Co. Duane orange two or three the
class workmen, and guaranteed. at 23 or way of the Bakery Goods and
J Idner & Son's. Street, New York City. to be injured by the trost. If reports of Place a thin dampened a fine lobster.

T --- -a- damage! to the Florida orchards by the of the article to be pressed for a minute Family Groceries

Sir, admit your general rule- An cold wave of Jan. 1st are relIable, it a hot iron deftly on the
enterprising pineapple .
grower at "Madam, said he .My Specialty.Goods .
....
That every poet Is a fool. Miami conceived the idea of would seem that no variety of citrus to' it is perfect1ydry. A
making dishwater
I Dot you yourself may serve to show IIi ess is thus engendered, and ate
fruit will be as profitable! to the delivered free to part _
growersof
i That every fool lit not a poet. pineapple syrup for table use and the broidered linen is be dom'd if 0'11 any 3
.
-POIe.t product has proved so acceptable for ta California as this fruit, there being an the effectiveness of the of the City or across the Lake.

t Prof. Frank Idner jq i now prepared to ble use that he finds BO trouble in sellingof increasing demand from vear to year.J hanced.! All Orders Given Prompt AtteaUoa. .
T. Bears, in Pacific Rural Press. is the first Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest
do Piano Tuning and Repairing. Leave all he can make at $1.50 a gallon.It to be
4 How to Remove prices paid for produce.
orders at Idner & Son's.Home is country
said that au acre of pines will pro- e encourage.all pub
duce To remove spots of is as Buy of me and I will nave you moan!. 6497 '
f enough pines to make 1,200 gallonsof promptly the
14 they brought the warrior dead, Never fail to speak a kind word for pile table cover, first scrape :
syrup, while the cost of growing the an object of charity -
But no tears his sweetheart shed. your home community, and in doing so and heat an iron
r" bear his pines, fertilizing the land and man is Gas
Worthy she to name. manufacturing you will not only help your neighbor, piece of thick paper ex Acetylene ,
Ii She merely asked,"Who won the ?" the in his
game syrup costs somethingover spot and the iron over it pocket and
but also will benefit yourself. If and '
yen Throwaway kerosene lamps ;
Chicago Record. Remove for "a fellow your rUse
$400
leaving a neat profit grease. the feel r1 '
I very want your town and section to thrive em- Acetylene Gas, the coming light :-_
for the producer.-Baptist Witness.Mrs. fresh till all the grease is kind;" we have the zoth We prepared to : '
brace century. are
Cabbage Tomatoes, and Egg Plant every opportunity to show up the I

i'I right Supply from the Store.field, at the Clematis Avenue Sunday.. J.. II. Floyd left. for Jacksonville I advantages of your town and the surrounding iron all, or must the not pile' rest will on the be school to need house a few or dol-resort put in plants prices.for Call private and parties see ours at at reasonable outStore ?-C't'- ::;

1 country.ake Butler Bulletin and spoiled. .. is tQ be built he is called and get estimates. *
upon to 3'1f} G. W. jDNER &; SOt


tI

Y