The Tropical sun
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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: May 19, 1898
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
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System ID: UF00075915:00252
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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PERSONAL PICKINGS.People the last of this week and make their permanent HERE AND THERE. f-CORRESPONDENCE. Houston's. The next move is'to movea TOWN TOPICS. .

.. home in that city. .. f. tenant into it. S

as They Come and OoPeopleYou Scraps of News About This and, That Interesting Items'Gathered by Our Local Happeslags. From :Oar Note

May or May Not Know. Dr. T. V. Lansing, of Eau Gallie, is and Different Things. 1 L 1 Scribes Throughout the County. The' "Mary B." only went Jupiter Book and From,Other Sources.
spending a few days in town this week.J. .. on 'her last trip and arrived back
J. IL Dick, Muigonia,was taking aday's The new moon is programmed for tomorrow 1 JUPITER JOTTINGS. Thursday. Five*>f the'East Coast Fish Company's
M. Harper, of Hypoluxo, came to r
rest in town Monday. weather permitting. : Capt. C. E. Merchant and daughter fish boats have been hauled out and pat
town to-day to for the funeral .
of arrange fW. L. Widmeyer left for Alicia last Stella returned Friday from their, Day in summer quarters just east of the,ice
Jupiter of his neignborA. W. Garnett's little 1 ,
Harry was in town Nine carloads of marines ,passed Wednesday.. -
child. tons and Ormond trip. factory. _______
Monday principally for pleasure. through here.,this morning southward .
r t. bo nd. Capt. T. M. MacGill came up from The Congregational Sunday school has
Prof. Postmaster Harry DuBois visiting friends
J. F. Berk and H was
Prank A. Reynoldsnturnedfrom Jacksonville Miami and. spent' Sunday with his fam- received a gift of some new song books
Cox, two of Boynton's prominent and here Sunday and Monday, and incidentallY -
last U. D. Hendrickson's steamer :Ily.
Thursday night. Capt. .... through the kind offices of E. C. White
prosperous citizens, are, in town todayon down the arranging for putting up, a house
Gladys Tuesday
Lopes -' < Snpt. King of the I. O. T. Co., is still OD his at a former superintendent.Russell .
Antonio ; of St. business. place Jupiter.
Augustine, arrived bound for the Bay.
down[ on the Bay looking after telegraph
Monday night on a visit to his & Co., are moving their stockof
R. W.Milburn, of Linton was in town matters.
sister, Mrs. J.,D. Mathis, of this city. Warships were seen going south Tues- The steamer Gladys has been put in drugs and druggists sundries into the

yesterday with a supply of vegetablesof day morning and several ordinary steam- I Capt and Mrs. Enoch Root are nowhere first class_ running order' and Capt. store in the Palms Hotel block formerly.

Capt. J. R.Anth oaoleft last Friday his own raising for the Clematis ave ers Monday and again Tuesday.A on their homestead, having arrived Hendrickson will start south with her ina occupied by M. E. Grnber.

for a visit to his Georgiana orange nue Supply Store. last l week. day or so, bound for the Bay and pos R. G. Sulzner and wife are rejoicingover

grove and plantation to look after things County Surveyor Franklin Sheen couple big guns went through on sibly will go to Key West before r turn.in the addition of a bouncing baby
a little there. Tuesday night's freight, bound north. lEx-Life-Saver: Thos. Mitchell is here
np .
managed to spend Sunday at home ,but ? boy to their family, the little chap
Will Whidden returned last was off again Monday locking after real They looked like the guns recently sent visiting some of his former companionsand putting is his appearance Sunday.,
to :Miami. other friends The "Emily B. finished running between -
from his trip up to their ranch beyond estate business down on the canal. Daytona and Jacksonville a weekor The most easterly of the Capt. Chase

Jupiter.( He plentiful and The few little showers we have, had The Signal Service men report sever- -
reports grass Oliver P. Bingham after spending the > so ago, was brought into the Lake Friday buildings on Clematis Avenue has been

I cattle looking fine. time since last October at their Figulns lately have not raised the water back .al warships having passed southward and hauled out on the ways Satur- raised had new sills put under it, the

t t residence, left with his tutor Arthur m the Everglades to any appreciable extent lately, as well as numerous private vessels. day fora general overhauling, repairing floor levelled np and is being further re
Section boss, R. ,Cothron was busy as yet. \
repainting. paired.
Judson, yesterday morning for his homein ,
part of this week laying new iron and |3
Cleveland, Ohio. The number of infantry in this vicinity he dredge boys have not been laid
putting the track over on the hotel Another car of lumber arrived Friday Work is progressing lively just now

grounds in proper condition. is rapidly increasing to judge by the I od'Sas yet, but are doing little or noth- .night for the canning factory and it is on the new M. B. Church (south) building

Messrs. T. T. Reese E.. H. Dimick number of births mentioned in other i ag except staying around waiting for :being put in place as fast as possible.The and the prospects are' that, befog

S. P. Worthington and wife, a coupleof and Paul Jones went down by sailboat places in,this issue. their pay.Graham. engine and boiler are also on the long, this congregation will have %

our best known winter residents, left last week to New River and rusticatedfor to be the nice church edifice of their '-lit
spot ready set np as soon as oen ,
As it is against the law now to fish in W. King, another former -
last Saturday for their summer a few days, returning home Monday is which
cottageat building ready ,to receive them and to worship. !
with the Lake and too rough to fish outside member of the Jupiter Life Savingcrew
Winfield plentyof tan, right large appetitesbut
Junction on Long Island. other machinery is reported on the
little else worth our fishermen are obliged to take a rest I is also here on a visit to his way.
mentioning._ They The fishermen's shanties that formerly

J. H. Dick of Mangonia, has charge report finding, where several.., .turtle. ,'had just nowwhether they want to or not. ,.numerous. 'friends. and former associates., Lake Worth 'postmaster John N. stood just east of the ice factory have

jot the packing'and Shipping of L. Mar.'In' come up but found no eggs as the coons : been taken' down' and that "piece7'ot
The F. E. C. Ry., have a new time Mrs.' J. C. McCurdy, who has nvisiting' Clark is receiving the congratulationsof
\ large crop of pines from his plan ([four-legged ones) had get there first. ground has been cleared'of(and cleaned
card in this issue. The passenger trains her son, F. M. McCurdy and all. his friends over the arrival of his
tation on the ridge just south of town. .. so it presents a different ,and, ranch
now arrive from each way half an hour her daughter, Mrs. J. T. Ziegler, at this first born last Friday. It was a boy, ,of up

, Messrs. Ben W. Potter and Geo. W. Major-Gen. J F. Wade and Staff. earlier than formerly, so look out yon place, left for her Pennsylvania Lome course, of nine pounds and a half, better appearance than it did earlier lathe

Lainhart spent a few days np on Indian Tuesday city the East Side don't miss them. last Friday. fighting weight, and the perfect imageof season.

River last week on business connected was honored by a visit from.Major-Gen- Harry DuBois took a trip down to the its father. The little chap and his The guns for the Home Guards'have
with the Florida don't have the quick climateof mother were doing finely at last ac. arrived and learning to handle them Is
new Mangonia canning fac eral J. F. Wade accompanied by his Lake Worth section again Sunday. He
tory. Texas. It is told out there that a fellow has counts., next in order. As of the Guardsare
completed arrangements for building many
aids, Lieutenants Read and Almy Captain
lost an ox from over heat, and be- old soldiers and nearly all of themare
Justice of the Peace, Enoch Root, of Gaillard, of the Engineer Corps, fore he could get him skinned the otherone his house and work on it will begin H. Maddock, wife and son Sidney, familiar with arms and know how
Col. E. Weston and Wood- iu a few days. left last for the North but ,
the East Side, has resigned his position J. Surgeon froze to death.ExIt Thursday ,
to shoot the handling of them will come
and left with his wife to take up their son of the medical department. They The F. E. C. Ry bridge are at their: cottage will be occupied duringthe ,
gang natural to most, if not all of them.
residence on their homestead west of Ju came in a special in charge of Superin is said that the mosquitoes are very work repairing the trestle approachesto Summer by Mrs. Maddock's father,

piter. tendent Goff. of the F. E. C. Ry.. who Mr. Geo. Smith, his daughter, Mrs. '
troublesome in Cuba during the summer the draw bridge over the Loxahatcheeriver Anthony Bros., are making some astonishing
the honors of the occasionand Mattie and her children .
was doing M. Stevenson two
Mrs. Will Whiddeu left Tuesday months. Perhaps the New Jersey ma- at this point and, apparently, intend offers in the clock watch and
extending the courtesies of the roadto and Howard Smith. Mr. Geo.
morning for a visit to relatives in her litia should be called upon to do the to make good job of it. jewelry line as you will see by pexnsing
the general and his staff. Smith has been north only once in the
old home at St. George, Dorchester Co., heavy work in taking the island. their new advertisement on the last
The object of the trip is to inspectthe N. S. Hunt's shingle bill is not in past five years and then he was anxiousto
S. C., and will probably be gone two or page of this paper. See what they of.
three months. different lines of transportation and When the cruisers Yankee and Dixie running order yet, but. it is understood, : : get back as soon as he could as the fer this time and keep your eye on that

______ the different ports and other town on swing around and begin pouring in hot will be as soon as a larger saw arrives i New Jersey weather and mosquitoeswere space for future offers; if there is nothing

Dr. J. A. Pugh is now supposed to be this coast so as to be thoroughly postedas shot the Spaniard who thinks this is 'a that is to be used for cutting vegetable more than he cared to stand. He there that catches you this time there

rusticating among the pine clad hills of to their situation, capabilities and divided country will, if he isn't too busy aud pineappple crate material. prefers Lake Worth for a place of resi- may be nextEmancipation

North Carolina about these days and needs and, incidentally to see where retreating, realize the 11 mistake he has dence all the year round and shows his

inddently putting the natives' chewing good camping places could be had for made.-Ex. There was considerable'excitem'ent up preference by remaining here perma Day comes on the twentieth

tools in senicable condition.Mrs. troops should necessity require their being the river last We nesday morning over nently. of this month, so tomorrow will be

sent to points on this coast. It is illustrative of the steady decad- the burning of Dr. Jackson's house. He >. > duly celebrated by the colored citizensof

.J. B. Beach and child left yester- As to any troops being sent here now ence of Spanish power in this hemis- and his family escaped in their night HYPOLUXO HAPPENINGS. this vicinity by a picnic, barbecue

day for a visit to Lake City, where they the General said that it was not in con- phere that as late as 1819 Florida was a clothes, but everything else was a total music by the band and public speakingand

Mill be joined later by Mr. Beach ,and templation at present and that the Spanish possession. Now that State loss. J. W. Dunn spent Monday in Palm other festivities usual on such occa

all then go to North Carolina to spenda rumors that they were to be sent had furnishes our bases of operations against Beach on business.J. sions. Special rates have been made,on
CaptU. D. Hendrickson's schooner
few months in the mountains.J. no foundation in fact. Of course he Cuba-Tampa and Key West.Ex.And the F. E. C. Ry., for the occasion and
the "Mary B., was up from Lake W. Porter is one of our truckers
admitted that necessity might demand quite a crowd are expected from other
W. tomato now there is to be a peanut'trust, Worth last week.with a cargo of sup- who is now shipping cantelopes.
Harper, a Hypoluxian
presence here at any time, but he places both up and down the road.
grower, was spending some of his hard said heaven help ns! Will the price of this plies for parties up the river. The vessel -
such had
no necessity as yet Turtles have begun crawling on the
earned wealth in town Saturday for the arisen-when it did we would probably legume become so high that the free- was unloaded and returned home beach. This is the time to beach comb The Clematis Avenue ',Supply Store

benefit of his wife and baby-not forgetting know it.After born American hoodlum can no longer Thursday. was decked with flags Tuesday in honor
now, but look out for bears.
a plug of tobacco .for himself. a thorough inspection of everything throw peanut shells all over the floors Mention was omitted last week of the of General Wade's visit to this city, andJ.

on both sides of the lake the ot cars and railway stations as though return of Harry DnBois from Miami by Chas. Carroll and J. M. Harper madea C. Lauther's flag! was flying but owingto

Not content with furnishing this market I train after stopping a few minutes by those floors were pigpens-Ex. rail. He left T. J. MacGill's launch visit to West Palm Beach Saturday on the appearance of the train with the
with melons, J. W. Porter, of
Hypo- the freight depot to allow our citizensto there in charge of Dennis McConnell the launch Victor.J. General and his staff before it was
luxo, sent up some fine Boston marrow Services next Sunday at the Congregational failedA
pay their respects to the General, who,was to take it on to Key West, looked for most of our citizens
squash last Saturday! and grocer Strohm pulled out for the north, slowly inspect church at the usual hours as there was where Capt. MacGill Brown has shipped a lot of fine to furnish either their flags or their \
claims they sell readily at fair prIces ing the sidings at the Lake Worth Fruit Preaching by the pastor both morningand wanted it. watermelons to different markets, he aLso eclat to help do honor to the occasion. \

Co's. plantation, and at H. M. Flagler's evening. Bible school at 10 a. m. -- t* finds sale for a good many of them at If the General will come again and let j jus
Robinson ..cf
Mrs. C. A. and
and Christian Endeavor at 6:30 m. '
land and the adjacent as far as MAXGONIA MUTTERIXGS. home. know in time we will show him how '
Mrs. C. A. Hemphill, of Altoona Pa. country "Christ Model. leader -
\. .subject Our ,,
both and the
Riviera and then pulled out lively for we appreciate gentlemen
arrived ia town last Friday on a visit to disability As the is almost
Jupiter and the north. Mrs. J. C. Stowers. Morning subject During the of the Eclipse shipping season over of his staff.
Mrs. P. O. Williams of whom they are [ "Inasmuch as ye did it not' 'Our Sins Will has been the we take time to note a few of the most ....
The General and his staff thor Hanong carrying
respectively the mother aud sister. !I of Omission.. mail by sail boat between Juno and important happenings, not'so importantbut Home Guards.
oughbred soldiers, which naturally -
They left Tuesday morning for Eden. needful. Is.
includes their being would of West Palm Beach.
perfect gen- We call the attention our
A meeting of the local military com
Capt. M. E. Spencer brought Chas. A: tlemen. They came here to see and readers to the new advertisement of R. Assistant section boss Forsyth is busy The most appropriate thing to the pany-was held at Lauther's Hall yesterday -

Lane and his sister, Miss Frances, downin had their eyes open all the time they J. Riles Jacksonville, which appears with his gang up in this vicinity just writer we have seen in many a day is afternoon. Capt. Enoch Root explained .

the Night Hawk Tuesday evening were here. They courteously answered elsewhere In this issue. For first-class now raising joints and otherwise puttingthe piece of poetry in THE Sex of May 12th to the company his inability to

from Lake Worth Mr, Lane and his all proper questions and from the remarks movement and dust proof cases send to track in good condition. headed "Wind, only wind." continue as captain of the company,

sister leaving on yesterday morning's! made by the General, as well as him and you will receive satisfaction. and tendered his resignation which was

train for their usual outing in the north by members of his staff, we are confident Mail orders for watches spectacles, eye The steamer Eclipse went down to A. W. Garnett and wife have the sympathies I accepted. Lieut. J. P. McKenna was

they know now all that is necessaryfor glasses and jewelry solicited, promptly Linton last Friday with a lighter to of this comniunitiy over the then elected as captain. It was then

The wedding of Capt.Adolphus Hoeck them to know about this locality and filled and charges paid one way. bring another house up on, and managedto death of their one week old little girl stated that the and ammunitionwere

and Miss Emma zapr took place at Miami its possibilities for for which occurred this Wednesday evening. guns
every purpose get back with it as far as the mouthof in the freight office with chargesof
last Thursday in the Catholic which it might be utilized in
the canal at the foot of the
Our correspondents at Hypoluxo $38 freight to be paid. A committee
church, Rev. A. M. Fountain performing the war. That some t>f them fully The Hypoluxo Transportation Co.,
when the shaft broke and
and Linton last a piece of it
Boynton were too busy consisting of Capt. E. N. Dimick, Geo.
have their railroad in and
the which was attendedby enjoyed minute of their here got operation
ceremony every stay
week packing tomatoes to write any- and the wheel were lost in the mud W. Lainhart, George W. Potter, J. C.
are moving lumber at a rapid rate with
of friends. admitted
a large After the they also their surprise at
for the Sux. do The Hypoluxo was procured but failedto
H. Richardson
thing They promise Stowers and H. were
F. C. Voss and the in the
wedding dinner. in what and whom found in this Capt. darkey
ceremony was order they supposed -
better from now on as their vegetable tow the lighter, and then the party lead. named to solicit funds to pay the freight.
number of invited wilderness.
quite a guests shipments are growing less,consequently came up and Engineer Sanders secured J. C. Stowers was made treasurer of the
being present. Saturday morning the _-- .-- they will have more time to spare for the Night Hawk and went down and We saw where Boynton had made an committee, and $25 was raised at once.

newly married couple, accompanied by If King Alphonso knows his businesshe writing up what has been, is being and brought up the Eclipse but still failedto estimate that ten thousand crates of to- On motion each member .was to be allowed .

Karl Zapf, came to this city and were will draw his salary every night at will be done by themselves and neigh. move the lighter. Finally, by Mon matoes would be shipped from there this I to draw a gun and take home

guests at the Seminole till Tuesday quitting time. ,He is likely to awake bors. Crop reports are some of the. day they succeeded in getting lighter, I season. We have not any correct esti- with him being responsible for same.

when they left for a visit to friends in almost any morning now and find thatsomebody i items promised us and they will! begin house.and all up and located the houseon j I mate but we can already safely claim The company then took up the regular

Titnsville.. They'. will" return to Miami else.has his job.-Exv 1 I coming in'soon. shore Tuesday just south of C. C. twenty thousand crates. drill. :




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UNITY OF NATION AND PEO This Data In'HIeto -Ma. 8.

iIi I it! f QtrDpkaIcS n. PLES. 130 and-Boben patriot Morris financier"signer"died z

In Philadelphia; born is .t "
i 1 The present "unpleasantness" between England ITS*. E /
l 19-L! 0 a i s Moreau Oott-
and has
' I' > UUY I.METCALF. EDITOR this country Spain ICha1k. famous pianist, .
I,I.. brought to the front: two prominent born 1883. ia Ntw Orleani;died' New Spring Goods Rw* : V '

conditions of affairs national'and :
I MEMBER OFt 1319-Samehameha I,Hawaiian
international.The warrior and ruler died; .. ... ... ... ,.. ... .. ...... .. T .. ... ... .. ... ... ... T T ... ... ... ... .......
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first, that as a nation, whenwe was the MB of a powerful 3HA L.
AFFILIATED WITH called to face chief among the tribal leaden. Be succeeded & Co.
are uoon a common Koto Ftirchgott
: National Editorial Association hia father a>ruler of the western pert of
t foe there sectional division in united .
: is no the island and.conceiving the idea of a ,

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1 south no east no west. Shoulderto the whole group. He took counsel of the
I House in he State, have in
and Clothing
I. ;. One Tear,in advane*.____..... shoulder of condition English navigators especially Vancouver, The Leading and Largest Dry Goods Carpet, > 'Dinery Foreign and Domestic
men every. Goode includtdg
and proved the hero of Hawaii. of New Spring
s BU Months receiving large quantities
adYaDe8.,1.00 18St-Genenl James 8. Wad-worth died of are daily Linens Checked Nainsooks, Prints
iSGo India ,
section and march to the front Whit
Three-Uonths.In adT&nce..._..._._ CO party .
wounds received in the battle of the Wilderness which are offered DOW at our Popular Low
M 't striving only so far as strife exist, 1807.lST33oha. oa the Oth;born In Geneseo N.Y., t Hosiery Prices. ; A ESSfe Hats direct, by, us, such as Silks, Dress Goods, Linens, Hoe.iery I

s I'OLISRID'nul' THCBSDAT AT WEST fiLlf to outdo each other in their manifestations Stuart Mill, English writer onlogio and Organdies. Samples cheerfully sent on application. *>.;.|2

IUCR.D&DB comrTT. FLOKIDA.XTB of patriotism and love of and political economy died;born 1808. To our Wholesale Trade we offer a large and complete line of Spring Goods at asWe pricesthe .
1304-Thomai a Latto Scottish-American poet house in the United States Liberal Terms and the usual Cash offered.ve .
? country, glorying in one common died In Brooklyn;born 1813. any of the merchants throughout the State, assuring then that Wes hallDiscounts them very lowest >os %
!.i BD AT.TUB POST OFFICR IX WEST PALM flag-the stars and stripes. l8II5-Ex-Gonrnor James A. Weston died at
sible .
i Manchester;born 1827. prices. 'Y''YYY..r. !
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I this country and the mother This Date ;In History-May 9'. We are shouting a large and elegant line of Clothing, Gents' Furv

f! Pioneer Paper ot Dade County,and the Oldest country from which we threw off the l'Z -Coun'Zlniendorf, sunder of the Moravian shan B s Carpets Matting, Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Trunks, j
1: Publication on the East Coast of ni ,
1 Brothers died born 1700. .i
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shackles of actions that considered
Florida between TltollflOe. we .
1775-Jacob Brown American general 1812-4, Etc at Low Prices.

I .. and Key We t. than _born In Bucks Pa. 1328L .. .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. .. .. . ... ... ... .. $
tyrannous, more century county ;died ... ... ... ... .Y..Y. ... .. ... ... ... .. ... ... ... ... .. .. ... . . . .r \
1810-John Brougham actor aDd dramatist. r
there is a common bond of unityof
ago, : born in Dublin; died 1880.
I ':, Advertising Medium on the bast Coast relationship and interests that lS64-"The bloody day;" ten considerable battles .:Kohn Eurchgott& Co. 4
of Florida. fought, including.Dalton. Ga.;.Jar- ,
binds together the Angh;-American
rett's Station (on Weldon railroad), Va.;

I 1 race in ties that will not. be brokenat Swift Creek Arrowfleld Church Va.,and t_
Cloyd's Mountain Ta., etc., but excluding t. Fla.
M CALIFORNIA WANTSa war tux to beput the behest or request,of any other Spottsylvania where there was a paaae; :197''a,
f bananas-Florida is :Major General John Sedgwick killed by a 10-
on willing. power. The bold inflinching stand sharpshooter.

L..: .""" taken by Lord Salisbury and Joseph law-General ,:Matthew M. TrnmbulL a Union.
; veteran died in Chicago;born 1836.
THEY WRITE DEWEY with a great Chamberlain in behalf of a strict 1886-Gilbert Elliot constructor of the famous -

big i D now bat the three S's-Sampson neutrality bears with it an evidence Confederate ironclad ram Albemarle,which -
Gushing destroyed, died in New York city.
I Schley and Sigsby-will also be that Spain cannot fail to comprehend 1806-Captain J. D. Johnston a noted naval

found in the case when needed. that England is neither to be veteran commander of the Tennessee at
upper ;
the battle of Mobile Bay died at Savannah. D ;

."" cajoled or threatened into rendering m. E. G UBE l:.., RHARDWAREand
t ,
RAIN HAS LESSENED the danger Spain assisteance either direct or This Date ,In History-May 10.

p. from forest fires some but that is no indirect in the trouble she has 1775 Ticonderoga taken by

reason why anyone should set the brought upon herself in her effortsto Arnold.Ethan Allen and Benedict; V Crockery

r woods or saw grass on fire just to maintain her so called "pride;" ITDft-Napoleon stormed the ;
J !i V sea it b urn. bridge of Lodi. Italy. *
blood is thicker than
water. 1818-Paul Revere, and Lanterns
fi. .... t American Glassware,Lamps .
The strength of the offspring of patriot died in Boston; .'
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cssrrseees AH' Kinds of Boat Goods.
A NORTH CAROLINIAN who born there 1735. After his C+EIItEDIIOW
V was Mother England is not likely to be famous ride Paul Revere
: Stores,Tinware,Doors,Sash
a tAll =-
here a year ago but is now truckingup attempted to be shorn by any complicated served as colonel in the .t
army of defense. = t7 Kinds Fishing Tackle and Sporting Geo4.y
At his home played a trick on ] alliances with foreign pow 1823-John Sherman states- eTaa3wAtiman .

his neighbors by sending down to born in Lancaster JACKSON.a Gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stove 't
t America to foreign
ers. says powers ; appointed secretary of state March, Harrison Bros.' Ready Mixed Paints -
friends in this section for celeryplants "hands off let ns alone we'll settle 1887. VV V-
xaU Order GUven Prompt Attention. lJ.I1f=
l'j' 18 -Riot in Astor place. New York city by
to set out there thus Jiretting "
this little difficulty ourselves. England the American and English adherents of For-

t V t a month or so the start of his I "We right rest and :Macready rival actors. -
says, agiee; you are,
1800! Theodore Parker American radical died
fellow truckers. sonny well see that no one else meddles in Florence; born WOo PROFESSIONAL CARDS LEGAL NOTICES '
1863-Stonewall Jackson died; born 1824.
with you, you can do it, we 1891-General Thomas William
Sweeny American
1, 14 HAVE you EXAMINED you backyard know it, we've been there' and so soldier of the Mexican and civil: tun, DO
it 1 and the alley in tberearof you died at Aston N. Y.; born in Ireland W I. METCALF, : NO'tIC2 09DISCHARGE. mw.
perfect unity exists between us and 1&10.805General! ? .
place lately to see if everything i is whose 1 Joseph Colton. a Confederate ATTORNEY LAW.NOTARY Y0D
1' the only nation good will we Notice is hereby given that Six Mostta
cleaned and in veteran, died at New Haven. General
up good sanitary con PUBLIC. '
this date I shall the e
apply to County Jfg
need care to covet. Charles Sutherland,ex-surgeon general,U.
dition? If not you had better attendto s. A., died iu Washington. Will practice in County,State and Federal .KNOW e Dade County Florida for final dltdurj Ira:

i Courts.LAND the administration of the Estate of TTilHss V
this matter, and that at once CASES A SPECIALTY.Otgcein .
SUGAR LAND. Parkin,late of Dade County deceased.
This Date In 11 TROPICAL Sen' Block.
The History-May
dirt the
more more danger to That the .
West Palm Beach, Dade County lortda. KATE B. FAUCIS. ,

both yourself and your neighbor, so Capt. R. E. Rose of Kissimmee 1778-YYilham 1745-Battle of Pitt Fontenoy.died born ITOa Admiabtsstltt.
see to i it that at least your own in a letter to the Times-Union and 1849-Mme. Kecamicr.: famous Frenchcourt GEORGE ROBBISS. WALTER GRAHAM. West Palm Beach Fla,.February Sfe 11 :

premises are clean, no mat ter wha Citizen says: 18 ::-The beauty Confederate died. ram Mernuiac destroyed .OOBBINS & GRA1LOI CO., Ennitablo i Lifo I

the condition of your neighbors "Recent letters from prospective in order to prrvent capture thw ene: TEACHERS' EXAMIMATIOI.
She Norfolk "hcn'u..Cldlan'lI ATTORNEYS AT- LAW,
my. lay
E, yon<< lookout for your own and the settlers who desire to grow. sugaras Examination will be held at Miami 8eW
advance up the peninsula roiupeUeJ the Will practice in all the courts State and .
city will see to the rest. a specialty lead me to believe Confederates lu evucua.o tLat pulD llw Federal. Special facilities for examining and of In York House on Tuesday,Jane 7th. 1898 open t*I -

Y .. that there is a general misaprehension ram was lightened in fur the purpose of perfecting; land titles. applicants for first,second and third grade a'
Palm Beach office
..... taking her up Jaiuts: river, but that wu We have closed our West -
tificates,to teach ia the public schools of $ |
as to the sugar lands of the found Any business from the Lake Worth section or f
and with
impracticable feet of
l IF THE BREAKWATER bad been builtoUtside two northern part of Dade County should be referred State of Florida according to the laws ;
I'' State. It appears to be the general her hall out of water &Ue wo; ld prove useless : either to our Titusville or Miami office, Wrote Over$15ooooooo.oo ing uniform examination This wd prof biy
of the Palm Beach ocean pier in battle. 'lhcJ'tlure..utl was bet on and will receive proper attention.
understanding that our fields be
sugar fire. the only examination this year.
I Titusville,Brevard County and Miami,Dade
last summer this point would havebeen are confined to the swamp or re- 1866-"Black Friday" in England. County Florida. 10-21-97 By order of the Dade County School Bawd: ,

one of the busiest and most im claimed muck lands. This is a very 1S72 died-Thomas buchanan LC at. Auicncantpoet.. 5-3-st Z.MBXMTT.Rapt
in New York city;burn I1888Commander
j portant ports in Florida today and natural mistake when it is understood N. W.Kitten. U. B. N.. died FKAXK W.POPE. D.C.CAMPBELL

- ,' '1 the nilroadthe hotels, the town and that sugar has been made the in St. Paul Edward; bore l Davis.l.Ib'9a6cneral Townsend, adjutant pOPE &.CAMPBELL New Insurance NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

t even the poorest citizens here wouldhave principal crop on such lands,and the general cf the army,retired died in LAND OFFICE AT G.LL1fUVILLE. PIA.
various drainage companies have Washington; born in Boston 1&17. TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. During April,189L
received some benefit from i it, 1896-H. C. Gunner editor of Puck died at Notice is hereby given that the fouof
l l but now things are so lively at other extensively advertised them as such.Howe.er Nntley. N. J.; born 1S65. 111 East Bay Street 1897. named settlet has tiled notice of his latflat1ol11t 1
it should be understood 8-5-97 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. make final proof in support of his claim tsdj
places that it detracts from this that said proof will be made before Ctot d *
that only a very small portion of .This Date In History-May 12. cuit Court: at Juno its. on May 28,1898! til:

point and finally, owing:; to no busi the cane crop is grown on such ia -Robert Charles Winthrop of Massachusetts TT C. HOOD, M. D.. Edley Jackson Davis, ofSeurairt hitd:

I I ness, our custom office is to be taken j lands. I think I am safe in saying speaker of congress, born at Boa- Has Now Fla.,H'I. 23753. for the Loft, Sec.jo Tp jl 1It
.f i and Palm Beach ton;died 141845Profesaor PHYSICIAN AND SURGtON. 42 E.!: ana Lot 5. See. Ssl>. 38CR.U*
i away ceases to be a j that not more than 10 per cent, of August William von Schlegel He names the following witnesses tom J
;, :. port of entry. the acreage planted in cane ia thin German scholar and critic,died; born 1767; Office and Residence near Royal Polndana Life in of his said continuous land viz residence upon and .
I :
I I II "'" State is planted on muck or swampy from filled the 1819 chair to the of end of his the life Schlegel Hotel. PALM BEACH. 12-1-97: Force W. R. Walker. Sr.,of SewalTs Point,Fla. .
history at Universityof ofOver w. R. Walker Jr -
I k THE TIME REQUIRED for a journey lands and by far the largest part of Bonn.1864General. ". Smith or Gomez Fla.

; around the earth the acreage is on flat pine lands. James Ewen Brown Stuart W. PUGH, M. D., d. B.Bollard, "
: i by a man walking (Jeb), the noted Confederate cavalry E 4-14 W.G. &OBINSOX Icgtttf.?

I V day and night, and without resting, There are some hammock fields and tian, died of a wound received on the 11th PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
j some hill lands in cane but the flat in the action at Yellow Tavern. FOR PUBLICATION.
would! be 428 950000000.00
I days train
an ISSi-Charles
A ; express O'Conor noted American lawyer Office in rear of Dimick's Drug Store. NOTICE
I 1\\ i ]O days; 80nndat8mMitlmtt'mper-i woods crop exceeds by many fold ; died in Nantucket Mass.; born ia Residence-West Side of Olive Street, 3 Doors .
i the entire hammock, hill and muck New York city 180.1894Sewell L South of Clematis Avenue. LAID OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE Fixf ..
j ature 32# hours; a cannon ball 21ft i ,E. Jewell, noted I And Hasa April i&& I :
land acreage.It a abolitionist 8-20-00 WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. Notice is hereby given that fte loUcwiEf:
hours light little died in Haverhill, Mass.;born 18U9. named settler' ) has filed notice of his inteatka v
I' ; a over one-tenth
+ i Both kinds of land mentioned 1886-Julius H. Seelye, ex-president of Amherst to make final proof in support of his din u4.
i ;: of a second, and electricity, passingover ; college died in Amherst;born 1824. T3 B. POTTER, M; D., that said proof will be made before Clerk tfl.;
7 V i above are to be found in this vicinity Chief Whirlwind, noted Cheyenne warrior SurplusOver cuit Court at Juno.Fla.,on June U,1898.vii: J
: a copper wire, It little over one- died at Fort Reno O. T. -
.' and that cane will grow on it has I Judqs B. later, of Neptune, f/o,
1 i .tenth &? a second. It would take us been found out by actual experience 3-23-93 PALM BEACH FLAT Hd. 23596. for the NEtf of SEtf, See:se, Tp.tf
till This Date In S.. R. 43 E.
seventeen after eternit History-May 13
years 9
S so any one desiring to raise cane can: He names the following witnesses to prove ids
,1 t end'if we had to rely I on some of our 1568-Decisive defeat of Mary Stuart's army at A. PUGH, 48000000. continuous residence upon and coitivatioa of
} find suitable land here. Why our Murray. said land viz:
subscribers for money to pay our 1619-Johann Van Olden Barneveldt, eminent DENTIST. L H.}Fisher of Jupiter. Fla.
own home people do not raise more A. M. Field of Juno Fla.
1 V fare and buy subsistence on the way. of it is of those and liberal Dutch statesman died;.' born Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. B. Peterson "
one conundrums thatno 149.1717The C. A. Woodruff* .,
Local Anaesthetic ITued in
""" one can answer Empress Maria Theresa of Austria of Teeth. Strongest Comp'yIn 4-28 W.G.ROBINSON Register.
born; died 17bO. Maria Theresa succeeded Teeth Extracted Without Pain.
t. HIS HELD her own through her father Charles VI in 1740 upon the OFFlCE-tth Door from Cor. Clematis Ave.
!. freeze, dry weather, wet weather tireapestilences IT throne of Germany. Her rights rested upon and Olive St. the
our politicians 7-2-96 WEST PALM
called BEACH.
an act the pragmatic sanction and FLORIDA. The bade State
and other calamities i ir* I adopted as their motto for the were disputed by the elector of Bavaria and County BankV

> chiding all kinds of calumniato/:a: coming "Florida I his French allies. After years of strife her T. DANIEL, Any One ,
campaign first, usband, Francis, was elected emperor. L Contemplating Palm Beach, Florida. ;
and id still not only alive and doing party afterward" for just now, more The i United States declared war against .

; well, l but improving all the Um/ f in xiCOo The war message of President Polk DENTIST Insuring Hisor
than any other time, probably, i in that "war existed by the act of Authorized Capital 100000.
? every respect. She has more citizens I the history of the State is her interests Me COo" The act consisted of armed at- COCOA. INDIAN RIVER, FLORIDA.1-48-88 Her Life t
-: tai upon United States troops posted in !
than ever before more land ynder! rising paramount to politics i in observation upon soil in dispute.1385Last Should Paid Up Capital $15ODt .
cultivation battle of the civil war. \ ALLACE B. HOSES, Write to the
a better knowl /
ge nearly, if not quite, every precimt l&O-Judga Amasa Junins Parker. \Y

i : what can b? raised here and a within her boundaries. With the lawyer and compiler died in Albany;bon Successor to A. W. Robert, Undersigned. OFFICERS:

; \ greater variety being raised than above for their motto and by actionsto 1896 in-Nora Connecticut Perry in author 1807. and poet died at REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, E. N DIMICK, President.U. .

J i ever before, more capital being in- show that Dudley Mesa;born 181L Agent for West Palm Beach Town Lots also D. HENDRICK80N, Vice-PreaMent.
they what
mean they West Palm Beach Water Works.
j vested and a prospect of still more sath NOTARY PUBLIC. COUPON.PEREZ GEO. L. BRANNING, Cashier.
: politicians can lead the masses This Date In Clematis Avenue,near Olive Street.
coming in, so, take it. all in all, Florida to a snlendid History-May 14 5-21-97 West Palm Beach Florida.
I victory if
is all right. 1205-Ahghieri Dante, poet F. HUFF, Manager, Branch Office at West Palo Btt&j
they are careful to i/ut on th j ticket born in Florence; died in
""" only such; men as the people know Ravenna 1321.1686Gabriel i GUY I. METCALF, The Equitable Life of N.Y., Office Hours From 10 a. m. to l p.GeneralBankingBusinsssTraosi.m.

b THE SAX FRANCISCO Daniel Fahrenheit 1 ,., '
correspondentof are identified with and working for born;died 1785. ;'_ NOTARY PUBLIC Jacksonville, Florida.I e .

t the New York Journal of Com the best interests of the State. 1771-Robert Owen philanthropist For the State of Florida at Large. Collections promptly remitted OB day .
aDd social reformer would like
I meree in writing about ('aunerifSandtheir "'''' born in wales; died Deeds Mortgages; Leases and Contracts receive an ex- receipt. Drafts bought and sold OB the prI ..

th, there 1853. Drafted. ample of NEW cipal cities of the United States. 29-i1
success out '-re slates that FLORIDA NOT liable to be hurt 1787 Conveyancing a Specialty. your POLICY
-Dr. Edward Jenner finished .
l "It has been demonstrated to thet by the war but on the country it will his experiment proving t, All Office Work: Guaranteed in TROPICAL Legally Sc.x Block Correct. adapted to my age.I .

satisfaction nearly everybody iden be beneUtted in some respects especially I tion.the power of vaccinaCBATTAB.. West Palm Beach, Dade County, Florida. M..D.L.DODSON.

t tined! with the canning business that Ion if we for can keep free from yel- 1820-Henry Grattan, Irish statesman orator was born on the...........day of
fever outside of that
disease and
patriot. died in London born
the place to heats ; in Dublin FRANKLIN] SHEEN.
proper a cannery GEO. O. BUTLER.
there is nothing for a Northern man July 8, 1746. Grattan procured the passage '

} is material at the point to be of canned.production" Probably of the to fear the in coming and here at any seasonof tion declaring in the Irish that parliament"the king's of most the resolu excel SHEEN & BUTLER- I ....................................18......... :Miami Florida.V
year even yellow fever -
lent majesty and the lords and of SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS.
I this was. the reason that the Lake itself is neither as contagious Ireland are the commons 8285.gEMINOLE.
nor as only .
II+ Worth Fruit Company located their dangerous ag the typhoid fever. make laws to bind Ireland power" competent to Lands legally Office at sab West-dlvided Palm and Beach maps fur.nished. Name.............,.......................... -.
; on their own plantation The 1894-.1.C.Hunt,ex-governor of Colorado.died SHOP,
cannery as pmapw Ta are that, in spite of Selecting and grading lands, locatIng BARBEll .
\ they have over thirty-five acres of the increased travel and consequent at TenaUytown.near Washington. Professor and estimating timber a specialty. Care- .g

!;t J. .' .their own pines already growing and danger of infection this Stittee 'S died Henry in Morley London,English; born 1822.lecturer and writer ful munications and correct: by work mall receive guaranteed.prompt All atten con:, Address................................... D. M.GEACHIDEAU,Manager _

I : can increase that ant'.unt to onI Health Officers will keep us as free 1807-Mu !Maretzek the well known operaticmanager tion. WEST MaDsandBlnePriotsat PALM Lowest Pri 10.21.97 FIRST-CLASS TONSORIAL WOlXtNew
ces. BEACH.
I hun Iced and<< ninety acres all on their from th* disease as they did last born 1S2L, died Robert on hemp Staten, originator Leland N.of Y.the; .. h. FLA. 11-7-95 Furnlture-EItl'1thlnl X fA'

own land if the enterprise pays. year-We will] trust them, any way "oklo.folkea_ _eon 'h" died in Boston; born Try THi SUN for JQb Wgr. Subscribe for Tie SNL Shop under Seminole and Hotel.Clean. .

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QUEER 'SITTING HENS. conviction that in some way she was a SAMUEL UIU.EX. CLARENCR G.. '_ tILLZL-, : -
victim of fraud seemed to take complete REYNOLDS: & HULL :Established 1841. a
possession of her. She could endure the ,
SOME GOOD LAYERS NEVER HATCHA suspense no longer, and one morning, COi
BROOD. seeing the joyful matron passing by in WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS INqiis"A S. B. MILLER &:

all her full blown pride, surroupded by

Came Bens Among the.Bert of Mothers. her appropriated: blessings, she ingloriously -' WHOLESALE
HOT Two Faithful Sitters Chanced forsook the eggs and fled to unite G Game

Explanation.XesU Za. Storm-Eccentricities: Beyond herself Another to her'rightful surprise awaited children.'us in the gsterst Commission Fish Dealers; .

The White Minorcas-those hens with pected gratifying nobility discovery in the of hen hitherto nature.unsus-The No. 7 Fulton Fish Market, NEW YORK. .: .. .

"' '* great combs which look exactly like true mother's rights were not for a moment cr.n G roan ure. =.'...

roosters and Are called Catalans by the contested by the interloper; neIther Special Attention given to the sale of Pompano, Spanish ,.].

Spanish-will lay perhaps more eggs in was there any attempt on the partof SERVICE TWICE A DAY. Mackerel, Blue Fish, Etc. {
a year than any other sort of hen, but the legal occupant to'drive the other t References: Fulton and Market National Bank, or any Wholesale Fish
they will not lay them in cold weather, from the field. No complication what- We catered to the best trade last year and Dealer in the United States.

and it is unlikely that any one of them ever'arose, but the unusual situation are fully prepared to do so this season.'- &Stencils furnished on application. ll-18-Sa
was ever known to hatch a brood of was accepted magnanimously and ap
chickens The Minorcas will indeed parently terms of equality and the

sometimes begin to sit, but they teem happy little brood, flanked by their own
to be under the impression that three watchful protectors made a pretty SPECIAL ATTENTION POPE & McLAURIN JACK30WHOLESA FLORIDA:. .

days ought to be, in all conscience, a group as they strolled! about throughthe
long enough time in which to hatch out soft spring grass. It would be inter- IS GIVEN TO ORDERS FROM

an egg, and at the expiration of about esting to know the nature of the com-
that time they will abandon the attempt pact formed by the two adults and in .The East Side. Fruits and
with a great flutter and much denunciatory what capacity the mother really figuredas

oratory. If they are fastened downon mistress or maid.-Boston Transcript Commission Merchants. .
the nest with a board placed above WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. 11.4.97

their backs, they will stand as highas .
up ....
they can under the board and let the KEEL IN DUCKS.The Fancy Grades of utter and Cheese.

cold air addle their eggs. It is doubtfulif If you are thinking of irrigating ,your truck farm, /
any human being, male or female, American Variety Most Valuable For I RRI GA II ON pineapple field or orange grove, send me size of area We Solicit Your Business.We .

wicked or pious, Christian or pagan, Market you wish to cover and full information of what you only solicit the business of Merchants and Will Not nil orders from Comomers-they
ever got a Minorca hen to sit. In an interesting article in The Country want and I will be glad to furnish all information should buy from their home dealers. io-at-97
Strange to say, another kind of hen Gentleman H. S. Babcock eays: desired and give estimate of cost. .

that makes a good mother is the game "Without having made an investigationand J. G. CHRISTOPHER
hen. She seems to be engaged in an at- not having sufficient material for it ,
tempt to prove.that a certain amount of -as I breed ducks on a limited scale Machinery and Mill Supplies. T1TIT1 ft fl fl New house; best accommodations oa the
amazonianism is not inconsistent with only-my impressions are in favor of AL \ 1111 no TEL I East Coast; table first-class,. and o..ewry

a proper regard for the duties of moth- the American type-the deep keeled Irrigating Machinery a Specialty. 1 ILulJUU convenience and comfort; hot and Scold.

bird. In ordinary; domestlo poultry; T i IM157 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA baths; modem improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section; close

have satisfied myself that birds with 1._ T1 .. fish ....AI ..,,t I abundance.
"e ers n
deep and long keels carry the most .

meat. But analogies do not always hold, Terms Moderate. .
and this may not be true of waterfowls.In .
\ the meantime I fancy that American I Our Sprit J. L. JENSEN, Proprietor
breeders will continue to value the ducks
which -have longest and deepest keels, r JENSEN, BBEVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA.

in the belief that such ducks will prove StylesfOlf River. 131691
%&'Don't fail to stop at Jensen when visiting the Indian
the most valuable for market. Theoret- vI

ically the deep keeled bird is the desira-
ffleh's Wear *
ble one. The muscles which are attached -
to each side of the keel make the
breast meat. The deeper and longer the .flAre all in. The largest and handsomestline BROS. -,'
keel, provided the muscles are large of Woolens in the South. Best work, LITTLE

enough to fill up the space along the I best finish, best fit and lowest prices. Suits

sides of the keel, the better will be the I toorder, $12.00, $13.50, $15.00, $16.00,
bird for market purposes. Still it is not : $18.00, $20.00 $22.50 $25.00 and up. fertilizer 8 p SCorrtpaiy,
theoretical but practical knowledge
1, which we are seeking, and if there is 7 dl' PANTS-$2 75, $,3.00,13.50, $4.00, $5.00,

not more meat on the deep keeled birds, 16.00,17.00 and up. Jacksonville, Florida.
BROWN AND BED GAME COCKEREL if in fact the keel makes simply a bony

erbood. A very peaceful gentleman not protuberance and nothing more, then it MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT-Samples and Self-Measurement Blank sent

unconnected with the work of the Humane is not a desirable characteristic and on application. If you are requiring Fertilizers fOl'a '
society moved into the country should be avoided with as much care as

three or four years ago. Having occasion it is now Eougbt. It will, if such be the The Price Tailor Vegetables,.Pineapples, Mo, write to .
to purchase two or three sittings of case, only disfigure the carcass. Duck Popular value .
us and we can give you more
eggs, he bought one of a good working meat is good, and we want to get it as L I VI' S

woman who lived on the outskirts of abundantly as possible our ducks. If 13 Main St Jacksonville! Fla. for your money than any other Man- ,.
the town and who happened to have the deep keel will do this, we want ,
male relatives of ufacturer or Dealer in this State or. .
sporting proclivities, birds with deep keels. But will it? .

though the gentleman did not know that That's tho question." We do Dyeing, Cleaning, Repairing, Altering and Pressing. -28-97 S from any other State. Write for pam- ..,
and would hardly have .cared if he had
known. The ,sporting proclivities of Sound Advice. phlets, prices, etc., to above address. .n-12-w

those persona could hardly affect the
If you have an ambition to own as
hens' eggs raised on the place. The sit- fowls did* .
good as anybody; you ever
ting of eggs turned out beautifully, and think how long it would take you to NEW SEMINOLE HOTELOnly
in due time some exquisite little red
attain that object by means of birds
chickens Ocean Steamship Company
were running about with the DOW in your possession which you know
old ben who had been their foster .
gray are not above second or third class? If Brick Hotel.in Town.
mother. The chickens were so pretty "
the man who owns the first class birds "SAVANNAH LINE.
that they were admired above all otherson
bred and reared them himself, he has
the place. They grew apace, and before pent 5, 10 or 20 years in learning how ,
long their owner discovered that Florida *
to do it. He has done immense
an recently been completed, built in the most sub-
they were engaged in warfare most of amount of experimenting and made THE OlviVlIiNUlvlvHas ;
the time, either with one another or countless mistakes, but by dint of incessant manner and elegantly furnished; situatedon To New York f :And Boston. -
high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding magnificent, unobstructed
with other little chickens. Redoubtable study and tireless labor and patience :
fighters they were, too and while any he has cleared away the obsta- view each way and guests enjoy perpetual breezes from all directions. A Short Rail Ride to Savannah, Thence
one of them would easily whip any cles which defeated his "
so long aspira- Cuisine and Service Strictly FirstClass.Rates .
chicken of any other brood, when they tions, and now presents to our admir A Short Sea Voyage. : .
fought with,one another it seemed to bea ing gaze a product which we would : 92 per day and up. Special Rates by the Week or Month. Sailing from Savannah: >-_

fight to the death. The peaceable gentleman like to make our own, and which a
deprecated these contests very large sprinkling of us believe it is a 11--17 GEORGE ZAPF, Manager. 5 Ships Each Week 5
much, but he was powerless to prevent
dead easy job for us to obtain. But you
them. What could make them ? .
fight so have got to travel over the same road
Finally a light dawned on the humane All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. Write for general -
in order to reach the same results, and
gentleman's mind. The proclivities of however bright you may be you are not "New Process" Blue Flame Oil StovesStandard t information sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on

the men of the household from which likely to accomplish the journey in any E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pass. Agt.,
he had purchased the sitting of eggs less time than he has done. You must Savannah Ga. Jacksonville Fla. 3-10
had indeed led them to a partiality for failure after another ,
register one gain. Stoves
game fowls, and by innocently buyinga ing a point one year and losing it the Liglifg t Co's Vapor
baker's dozen of from the
eggs womanof next, but all the while accumulating
the house and sitting them under a which will in the end
experience, place '
hen he had unconsciously embarked in : Florida Coast
you on the same footing in which this East Ry.
the business of keeping fighting cocks.A breeder stands today. But he will not J H Niver Daytona J C Frink, Stuart
New Smyrna M E Gruber, West Palm Beach
good story is told by a. New Eng WPShrjock
be idle all the which
land woman. years during you Frank T Budge, Titusville M B Lyman, Lantana TIME TABLE NO. 15, IN EFFECT MAY 16, 1898.
are getting your schooling. He will be Edward Cocoa Stranahan & Fort Lauderdale
Stiling, Co I
Out in a quiet corner of the garden, learning right along, and when you occupy Geo F Paddison & Co, Eau Gallie Jordan & Spivey Lemou City SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up).
in two barrels lying on their sides, sat the same position that he does now Hodgson Bros. Eau Gallie D R Knight Lemon City oU: No 78 INoaaD&i1y
N 035
two expectant hens patiently awaitingthe in point of knowledge and skill he will A Y W Hogg & Co, Fort Pierce Frank T Budge Miami Dally STAT10N. 0&111 DallI

happy day when the joys ox free- still be a long ways ahead of you.- Geo E Coou, Jensen W W Culbertsoa, Cocoanut Grove ExSu ....... .. .... ....... hSl1
0013 9 Lv ......... .. .Jacksonville ......... ....... ...Ar e6p 6504lOp
dom, so dear to their hearts, should be Poultry Messenger. 10/lOa ............................ .AufUSt1De.....:......................Lv 6 S6p 9 45a
enhanced through sharing it with a S5a Lv..S,. Augustie............................Ar 6 BOp 5 tOa53p
The Raymond D. Knight Co. 41.51,10 1110& .. ...............................Hastin ... ........................ 453p II.If35 .
nestling, peeping brood of downy dar- Turkey Diae e.. 'i Ar............................. .p i otitis..............................,.Lv "I1 P"J
lings all their own. The hours of long, diseases _4 lOp 1045a Lv.............................::.Palatka ..............................Av 483 t lOa
bright spring days slowly] ran their Turkeys are subject to the same SOLE STATE AGENTS, : TSp fi5P Ar. ........ .......... .... .San Mateo............................ ...Lv p -
that affect chickens, and it is much I stop 7 20a LT.:...................:....::San Mateo................................Ar 6951 1245p
course and half the allotted time of more difficult to treat them when theyare 10-21-97 Jacksonville, Florida. 110. ITli <............................East latka............................. v -.ssp T C&113Vp
waiting had been uncomplainingly en- lOOp" ...............................Onnond...................:........... 3 OSp '114&1151p
dured one of the pair, while her attacked with disease, as they are l11p ........................... Daytona... ......................... u 252p 1 rea702p
by restless in disposition and difficult to 122p ...........................:Port; OI'ange..:.................... .. 241p 65s.
neighbor had just entered upon her Miami on Bay Biscayne Florida 7 1S5P ........................... New Smyrua ........................... 220p G30a
term of enforced seclusion, when handle. When they have a roosting .... p 224p ........................... .Oak Hill ............................ 1 Up ......
one place in the trees and are protected bya Hotel t I Miami The Most Southern Railroad Point in ....:: SO'lp .............................Titmville ............................. U l04p. ..
night a fierce tempest swept down upon I i ...... 533p .............................City Poin'............................ 12 SUp ......
those two humble dwellings. The wind windbreak, they can endure quite a the.United States. ...... a gap ............................... Cocoa............................... 1222p.....
serious exposure, but they are subjectto ...... a.7p .............................Rockledjre..........,.................. 1218p ......
and rain came with such terrific force Accommodations for and ...... 4lap ............................. Eau Gallie............................ .U4504 ......
Guests. Hotel Homelike Comfortable.
that it seemed nothing short of a moun- roup and frosted feet. The proper 200 .... 28p .............................Melbourne............................. .. 1135a ......
place for them is a high roost under
tain could withstand it. The next morning 12'16-97 Proprietor. 1050a.
we hastened to the spot, prepared to shed, which should face the south. ...... fI 20p ............................Fort; Pierce............,............... 57a........
Swelled eyes and lameness are a serious ...... S.9p ".................................Eden................................ .......
find utter ruin and dismay instead of ...... 85'p ...............................Jenseo.............................. 906006p ......
which, to great surprise, found drawback in winter the former from .. ...............................Stuart ........................... .. 85507 ......
cur we
exposure and the latter from jumping to ...... 3ifp ............................Robe Sound...........................: 821a ......
the frail habitations still standing. the U. HENDRICKSON ...... 752p .......................West Jupiter........................... 807a ......
Moreover still tenanted although ground from high perches when the ..... 83Op" ..._...................West Palm Beach.......................... 730a ......
they were ,
turkeys are stiff and cold. ...... 9 00p ...............................LintoD..... ......................... 858& ......
there were unmistakable signsof ...... 9"p ..........................For' LaudprdAle................... ... e 14a ......
hardship and suffering having been General Merchandise. ...... 1022p ............................Lemon try ............................ 5 ass ......
Potatoes For Chicks ...... 10kJp Ar.................. ......Miami....... ... ................Lv Ii SOa
heroically met by those two stout hearts.
On closer examination, however, we Young chicks are very partial to potatoes BETWEEN NEW SlYRNA AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION.
and the adult fowls also them

found that a singular thing had happened. readily. Save all the small and eat unmarketable Wholesale Oils, faIt Groceries Pantsy t S Clothi 1 tip1010aLv o. 9 No. 11 ............. ... .......... New STATIO Smyrna.S. ............_.......,...Ar 125p153p 4/1 !
0 In
During the confusion the panic potatoes and boil them for the Gasolines 76 and 86. '. > [ 109p 1138& .. ............................Lake Helen .................. .........Ly 12 4 op .
caused by the storm, the two had lost ; I20p 12 02p\ ....................... Orange ("'it1............................ 64 lY 59pI SUp
their heads-not hens. It is not necessary to mash them, a 25p 12 lOp Ar.......... .. .. ...Orange CIty Junction.................... 12 5 33;>>
literally, had at
as we
as the hens know how to eat them with- Hats Sloes Good Seeds Tmiiis' I AU trains between New Smyrna and Orange City.Junction Dally except und&y.
first feared-and had mistaken their Caps sBy
out assistance. Turnips also make cheap ,
own nests each was occupying the KEY WEST AND HAVANA.The
food for poultry, especially ducks, and .
home of the other that
so the hen who
knew nothing of the fatigue of long will pay as a crop for feeding in that Scwin[ Machine a s Hardware. steamship City of Key West of the Florida East Coast Steamship Company leaver
manner. The most successful breeders Miami for Key West on Mondays. Wednesday and Fridays! after arrival of train from Jacktonnlle -
watching became a while the West with for Havana. Leave West 2
usurper of ducks : makinc connections at Key steamers Key ::3J
other was in danger of becoming quite use turnips cooked and thick- Agent for Mapes and Williams A ClarkV p. m. (standard time)on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satnrdavs.arriving Miami nut morning
ened with bran for ducklings, and they Fertilizers. in time to connect with north bound train.
discouraged at finding her hopes indefinitely I
deferred. gene as a very satisfactory diet for geese These Time Tables show the times! at which train and boats may be expected to arrive and
(n winter. But little grain is necessaryaltryis Anti-Friction Iron Marine RailwayFor depart from the several stations and ports, but their arrival or departure at the times
One can better imagine than describe hated is not guaranteed,nor does the Company bold itself responsible for any delay or any
if well supplied with cooked Boats 75 Feet in Length and Under. .
the evident surprise and delight of the tonseqoences
Steamers copy of local time card call at 238 West Bay Street.Jacksonville or address
usurper when at the end of only a. week J.P.BBCKWl'i'H.: Traffic Manager. J.1). KAH. BB.: A.OK P. A. ;
and A half sitting on her part eight little Farmers Neglect Foultry. "Lake Worth", _and "Gladys"On I St. Aupsttne..s *

downy, fluffy balls of warmth and Farmers ought to supply many more
merriment briskly tapped their way into eggs to the market than they do now, Lake Worth.
the sunlight and nestled close to the because they have better facilities than
Schooner "MARY B." regularly between Lake Worth and JacksonvilleFree
maternal bosom. Whether the other
any other class to produce them but it
then received her first intimation that is safe to say that more than half the Delivery Boat on Take Worth.

something was amiss we sever knew, eggs produced in this country. cornea Lake Worth Florida. u'Oscri'Os for qf1Ls sone
\ but after waiting a little longer the from the smaller $owns. is.i-97; ,





II -


IIIII He Will Not Be Rubbed Down and Scorns T
yQ Uanajeffi
1 1 American Methods. A. Bours. & CO.
1j "Taylore, the French bicycle rider, ,
j '
f won't train after,American ideas,"said GABCIAProp. @ Jacksonville, Fla .

I Billy Young, the veteran handler of
Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers .
cycle racing men. "In fact, he won't ''
7 MASONIC. Hotel in
..u train at all unless you stand over him The Best $2.00 per day Florida.

r, J Qrsnd ..ter."of Masons In California. condition with a club. His ideas of keeping in 6 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Florida. Take car at the Colon Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at Tramera. .| -:-
l / *> TrotUboard Designs. are very unique. am not a

,Ii Masonry in California flourishes and French linguist of any great ability :
J i k c'a..a steady and sure growth. The charitable and when I undertook the task of handling We Handle Only the Beat and Mart Sellable Seeds' A Complete Stock of

work of the fraternity Is not surpassed the youngster I anticipated some '
t'I' t' by that of any other grand jorlsdleI trouble on that score. Hay, Com, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat t, Grits, Meal, I
': I !' tlon. At the last session of the grand "After he had been working out hard Chase I N.I Welshans;

Ij J I lodge'plete 't2 the,000 Widows'was appropriated and Orphans'to home.com the first morning 'I conveyed to him, I I e a a i Cotton Seed Meal, Both,Bright and DarkAT ,
considerable verbal struggle, the
Thomas Flint Jr., the WHOLESALE
present grand *
fact that I wanted to have him rubbed AGENT FOR-
master,' ia well known -STATE
throughout the state Agents For Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
I state, as he has been prominent In politics down.
:"for many years and Is etata senator from 'No good, no good for training,' Star Brand Fertilizers-Guaranteed Analysis, Orange Tree and Vegetable Fertilizer, Pure
San Benito In the ,eaid he and I couldn't Ground Bone, Nitrate Soda, Mnriate of Potash, Sulphate Potash, Kainit. Etc.
county. grand lodge he prevail upon These Fertilizers have no Superior in the Market,and a trial will convince. & Martinez PaintS
I, I fl baa held the offices of junior grand wart him to have his muscles well kneadtd."The Send for Catalogue, Free. w2897I Longman

next morning I thought I would
watch the youngster's way of caring for
himself. Well, he got ready for a ten Lime, Brick, Shingles,

; mile push by donning six racing shirts, ", nr"r"'r"'n''r''m"rm''tf''m' ''' ''' ''' '''' '''''' ''''''' Coal Tar.nt'for

one over the other. He put on a pair of Cement and .
racing trousers and away he started on -
; his. wheel. ,,Fortunately he doesn't perspire -- -.
tI as ireeiy- as some men--i say iortunately .-...- -
Sickler's semen=
A e rIa

I 4I iv / dressing through"I and argued,started with room because with,his out put work him the to on see his the he minute the street went best town.I he to could clothing got the, I T Clll M eatl M arke r t I i g 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. 10-2L9f.-.':

P' telling him that he ran great risk of .... -
taking cold, because the climate in ....

I America that of France.was much He only more laughed.severe I than per. GEO S. ADAMS Propr O. W. WEYBRECHT

I .- r listed day after day, and finally I got I ,
Gougoltz -
to say a word.
Dealer in Hardware, -
"And what then? = : : DEALER IN : : -

I "The next morning he rubbed his ....
,1 -
neck and chest with a towel when he Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter, Mixed Paints,

n1tf'I II III ti had finished work, and that was the .... Florida and Western Meats, ,, Tin and Sheet lm
: nearest I could get the boy to adopt E = ,, ,
American methods of training."- .- Armour's Star Hams, Bacon : __ __ ,;
> V r
I 1,1 r American .
.. THOMAS FLINT JR. and Bologna, Tripe and Pig's 3 Dealer in Pumps, Pipe Fittings and General Plumbing Supplies,Tic Ware,Apt
i den, senior grand warden and depot Ware and House Furnishing1)! of Every Kind.
i V grand marshal,acquitting himself In every E Feet, Domestic :Poultry Venison -
a I I instance to the complete satisfaction of his'I' ....
; dodge: : Nine Mile Novelty For Cyclists In South and Wild AGENT FOR THE AEBHOTOB. CONSTRUCTOR of( IRRIGATION PLANTS! -
ern California. Turkeys Butter
; Carter Harrison mayor of Chicago,was .... ....
j Bicyclists in southern California
raised In Auburn Park few are
a days
I!1'1' ago. rejoicing over the fact that in three 5 and Eggs, and a Full Line of 3 Estimates for Work and Material. One or both promptlyFurnished.

,I ;, Ninety cents per" capita Is what the mouths there will be completed an ele- ..... 131U. .
t" grand oommandery of Pennsylvania has vated bicycle track between Pasadenaand == Vegetables. .
: I taxed subordinate commandorles defray Los Angeles. It runs for nine miles -- WEST PALM: PEA.OF3. Fr..OB'IDAa ,-
.. I'j{{ I the expenses of the grand encampment of through a picturesque and charming -
,; the tJnltad States, which meets at Pitts-
country at an average grade of only 1 V V
1-1 1 burg next rammer. cent, the steepest gradient .--..., -
per being a -
;' A lodge of sorrow was held by the 118II. 1,000 foot stretch which runs as higbas .... ---- At\ FURNITUREV
eons of the City of Mexico in honor of the EMail Orders V
'I 3 per cent. The cycle way is elevated from any Responsible :3
Masons who in ---
the Household
I\4\S!j Maine.A perished battleship 18 feet above the general level of the -....- Sewing Machines
,I :. i country, and in some places is 50 feet = Parties in the County will Receive The Best Machine Made,Light Rnsaiaj
it A special convocation or Scottish Rite
1 Masons will be held at St Louis for four above the valleys through which it E and Noiseless. -

I days beginning May 16. passes. --- Prompt Attention. .:.:.. Sole Agents; for the famous Wall freak. .
Electric lights are to be set at inter -
A lodge instituted .... Mattresses made
new was recently in .... to order. A
i I Minneapolis, the petition for which bad vals of 100 feet throughout the track -- Complete Line ofIFTTIRITITTJIRB

101 signatures, which is said to be the which will be 9 feet wide, with a 3 i .-... 4444 .-...
'r largest number ever attached to a like petition. inch separator in the center to prevent --
collisions between cyclists going in opposite -- of all descriptions at Rock Bottom Prices, ':

Deputy Commander Frank E. Sleeperof ways. The track will accommodate E- A Specialty, is Made of Supplying 3 both Wholesale and Retail. Baby Car -
the grand commandery of the Knights electric vehicles and horseless carriages --- riages; from $6.00 up to $20.00. Go Carts "
Templar of Maine has secured headquarters as well as bicycles. A toll of 5 E Winter Cottagers, Yachts, Private Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Etc. '
for the grand commandery at 'the cents each way will be charged forth' --- ..... We have a consignment of Oak Diners
Monongahela House during the triennial use of the track, and as there are 25,000: = Cars and'Parties. 3 and Reed Rockers that Kill be sold vert
conclave at Pittsburg. 1 low. We handle the famous Clerebaa
bicyclists in Los Angeles and probably r -.... .I
and Rambler BICYCLES.
The per capita tax to the grand of
ledge -
5,000 more in Pasadena it is expected ,
Illinois li 75 cents. From this amount Esuecial tteotion given to our Mall Order We
they have accumulated 191>,319.60. to be a paying enterprise.Argonaut.BIKES == 11-18-97 =S Guarantee Satisfaction,both in Goods and Frka.
m Call on us,or send in your orders to
1'1 Under the new constitution of the grand m
lodge of New York euboidlnato lodges OVER THE SEA. 111111/111111111111l1lt1lllAl/tfJ11AUlUU111/11/111lUllJl1 1 / / / /& 15 and 17 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
have i
no exclusive jurisdiction
rejected ONLY $6.00.
V 4 material There is a petition going round Ger {.21 D. E. COOPER MTg Co

many for reduction in the cycle tax,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. and it has already got about 25,000 sig

; t l I ;;:j I "Too It is Bapld not always Advancement-Sword policy Throat to of push New. a SXembcrt new- natures.The the N.advisability C. U. of England of prohibiting is considering pace.. The Southern Fuol and Supply Company The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co '

making in amateur events of less than
member Into office
i as soon as he receives :Wholesale And Uetall Dealers In-
the ranks. This is often done, even incases 50 miles.

where there are old and faithful French cycle manufacturers will refuse Wood Coal Coke Brick E. SUDLOW, Gen'l Manager.
members well qualified! for the offices and L to show'at the Paris exhibition of Lime, Oem
by age of membership and earnest attention 1900 unless
a special department is
reserved -
R ; are entitled to the recognition of the for bicycles. ent Shingles and Laths. Pineapple and Vegetable fertilizers.Ammonia
'1, t lodge In many cases, like the above the .
i old member feels the slight put on him, Choppy Warburton, Michael's old
j stays away and loses interest in the working trainer, died practically penniless. Vitrified and Sidewalk
,j of the lodge.-Pythian Journal Sporting Life of England will erect a Brick. 5-6 per cent. I Ammonia 5-6 per cent.

I i; 1 ti ( The Fythians of Texas will have an excursion monument over his grave. Available P. A. 4-5 per cent. Available P. A. 6-8 per cent.
i. to the City of Mexico immediately The is Potash K. 2 O. 7-8 cent. I
1 bicycle per Potash
I ; .after tho convention of the grand lodge. now so freely used by K, s 0. 9-10 percent,
members of
parliament that

--.j'' f": i preparations The Knights to attend are the making grand extensive lodge of their storeroom accommodation will have at to Westminster.be erected a special for Office 408 West Bay Street, Cotton
Ohio meeting to bo held in Dayton commencing
: 1,; on the fourth Tuesday in May A German inventor has produced a 10-28-97 '--Jacksonville, Florida. ,.?Quantities,.,.
I I' : The Indianapolis Pythian hall is now grip warming device which works on

I 1 considered an assured fact It is hoped to the principle of the Japanese hand- --- -- Special attention given to private formulas.
I i have the building completed in time for warmer. The slow burning fuel used '---------- 1''-16.91 SS-Send for Pamphlet and pI Ices. W. F. ARMSTRONG, JR., Agent
l' : the meeting of the supreme lodge in August lasts for several hours.
{: ;' ,' The estimated cost is 100,000.. An advertiser in a Danish paper no hake Worth lee 1/itofks/

: I The day of high salaries has gone by, tifies the public to the effect that he ,
r and unless all fail the
pruning knife
: i will be skillfully but closely applied at the will hold tiremaking classes for ladies Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper of
and gentlemen, that in time Kingsland & Comstock
next supreme lodge convention, says The so everyman
: l' thlaQ Knight may become his own tiremaker. I

lee apd Distilled U/ater ,
RED MEN. Cycle Pageant For Milwaukee.

t Milwaukee is to have a monster bicycle No. 5 Fulton Market, NEW YORK.

Meeting of the Great Council at Indiana e- pageant during the week beginning R. A.
oll -Short Talk. June 27, in connection with the Proprietor. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FISH.
,, Tho past'great sachems of Indiana have semicentennial celebration of Wiscon
formulated plans for the entertainment of sin's statehood. The cycling feature
l the great council of the United States will be made as imposing as possible, Factory at WEST PALM 'BEACH. '
which meets in Indianapolis Sept. 13 to and with that Florida
16. Prizes will be awarded to chieftain end in view Chief Consul 4-28-!* Fish
; league'companies M. C. Ratter of the state division
: For the
? I I. has opened correspondence with several
greatest number of uniformed men in line, e
ISO; proficiency, $30; best appearance, of those who worked to make the last 5
j 120. Visiting: ladies will 'receive handsome big parades in New York city so suecesstuL T. -
r souvenirs.. It is intended to have in the V. CASHEN :L : V A

/ : The warriors and braves of Waheonatribe h Milwaukee parade cyclists from every Specialty.

i. are scouting the forest of East But section of the stata-New York Press. :
falo, capturing palefaces and adopting
i them. -- Manufacturer of ami Dealer in
Fro ]dn Gloves For Cyclist Consignments Solicited.
Past Great Saohem George H. Lovie of There is I 'i
j a constant increase in the ..
California has been announced as a can utilization of the products of nature for -- -
V -
i didate for great junior sagamore of the the manufacture of gloves. The skin of YELLOW PINE
I great council of the United States. LUMBER
The reports from tribes of Iowa do not the kid, dog, rat and even the lizard are Do you wanta-STEAMBOAT
i show as large a gain in membership as staple for this purpose, and now a use ? .
,' has been discovered for the soft but
expected jet they show the tribes to be In .
I a most flourishing condition and ready for serviceable skin of the frog. Like all .flnd Timber.
I a groat fill moons' harvest. novelties, frogskin gloves are at present . o-We have them to sell, and if we have none

I extremely expensive. They are especially on hand to suit, we can build.......
Knights of Colombo recommended on account of their Mouldings Turned Work. Fancy Scroll Work JUST
The supremo medical examiner's report fineness and toughness to the cyclist WHAT YOU WANT.
showed that only 87 deaths occurred in San Francisco Examiner. Pickets, Lath, Orange and Vegetable Crates. We are also
I 1897 in a membership of 33000. This is a prepared to furnish ___ /'
moet remarkable showing and cannot be Jacksonville Florida.
Only 81&50 For a Bicycle. 10-28-97
approached. by any similar society existence. The bicycle has reached its very low Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.

John J.Cone Is now supreme knight. est price, according to a Philadelphiapaper
and persons who intend purchas Write
ing 189$ machines will be interested in or call on us for Anything in our Line:that need.
KnJghU and Ladles of Honor. Indian you
the River
announcement that a well known Nurseries.Bodded
Twenty-one lodges in Louisville
report manufacturer's Merrill-Stevens
\' agent was recently offer ,
a membership of 3,023. Engineering Co
ing a lot of 500 bicycles with tires at ,
The records show that the lodges in $13.50 each for This is ] Citrus Trees of every variety on Sour Orange and Lemon Stock; also full F
Missouri have paid to the supremo lodge export. positively line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this section in
the lowest Jacksonville .
'' from 1892 to 1898 $175,631.65 and drawn price every asked for a bi dulling Budded Mangoes, 50 Varieties of Crotons, 25 Varieties of Florida. f!;
cycle, and
ou''t25,990., many tradesmen refuse' to be. Palms, Roses, Strawberry Plants Pineapple Slips, Etc Pro rietor
lieve the
c : .. announcement. j JOHN B. BEACH Proprietor, West Palm JACKSONVILLE
-1"9 7 Beach., Fla, MARINE RAILWAYS. F-


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LAND OF JAW. a statute of bronze. But he was neither saw the body of one here that was larger a

... dead uor asleep. His great eyes were around than a great beer cask or HhA' lariftl THEEARMANI' 'ricr $

A Troy Editor Describes Some Competitors opened wide. He was meditating on the crockery hogshead. It was' of a dark .
motto'"Sic transit gloria mnndL" He color, and looked as if his skin might Is Piepdred:[to"Supply
He net Here Last Winter :
... was mentally balancing chances nf es have short bristly hair on it like the with J% Iii now open for Winter Tr vet: ; !
you .
Y. cape. Both parties regarded each other coarse seal skins out of which they made
(Editorial Cor.Troy N. Budget.) Best: of. Accommodations.,
la silent astonishment, then a catacylsm caps in years gone by. The manitee is ,
PALM BEACH, Fix, Wednesday Feb. Good Heats at thing Prices, Table :Best the MarlteVJfiffortLs,
While occurred, a deluge water-spout and as timid as a cow His flesh tastes like
16,1898.- many-cognomens, poetical -
fancifaland otherwise, have been tempest combined a tidal wave, a coarse beef, the Seminole Indians are q;,es1i. 1)01'r : ., .. -Batthg ia'Cozineetion-- .

bestowed on Florida its appropriate shower bath, splashing of garments, very fond of it, and what they don't eat Beef ,", -'_. Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot.r

name would be"TRZ'LAND and then no saurian in sight, as :Mr. they sell to white settlers. It is said J j Address '

0* THE MIGHTY JAW,", Mulford rowed his bewildered brother there are manitees fifteen feet long. The OiiYtrrdad IBS. S. E. BARMAN,. 0 .. ..r.. _, ,,'
in-law and daughter safely to land." skin is coarse and thick. Manitees have eggs.
for both
the salt hot gulf stream :WEST PALM BEACH FLA.
'aets. 114-97 ,
in The .
water that environ the Peninsula State, MARINES OF THE MIGHTY JAW. been caught alive rope -- -.- .'
and the wild and picturesque semitropical While the land is noted for its creatures manitee is a mammal, and is the cow of Native Meats a specialty.Your .,

lands and everglades that mainly of the mighty jaw,the ocean, which the sea, that furnishes' the denizens of '
characterize stretches away from the eastward of the banks of the seashore wilderness of Patronage Solicited. it. :
their great strength on ;:BRELSPOitD! :BROS.: : i'
their map, are alive literally with specimens our hotel.3000 miles or so, does some Florida especially the Seminole Indi. Market on Banyan Street, .
of the animal creation, which may thing notable in that line in marine animals ans, with their fresh beef.
near this locality. For instancefive INSTINCT WITH LIME ,11-12 WEST PALM BEACH--
be justly celebrated for the possession of
the mighty jaw. great sharks were landed last Sunday Florida is well named from its" owery Real. Estate and Insurance

Of course from the pier which goes out into sides," for it is a very paradise of Eden, o i

THE ALLIGATOR, the waters several hundred feet from where bloom and blossom all the flowers : Palm Beach Florida.ITotaxy '

about which so much has been said and the front of the Inn. aromatic fruits and trees, and botanical JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President. .
The waters about the clearas specimens most charming and RAYMOND D. KNIGHT Vice-PresIdent.
wntten. is instinctively associated with pier are as Public Cottages to Rent
all the stories and memories of Florida. crystal, and the bottom of the ocean beautiful that make tropical climes re- THOS. P. DENHAM, Cashier. .

But the 'gator is not the whole thing in can be seen for a great depth. Myriadsof splendent with floral and arboreal JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier. 6-1-97. Post-Office Building, North-of Poinciana Hotel.
fishes, and small are moving growths. But these warm regions are r
the line of creatures of the mighty jaw. ,. ;,. .
He is getting ecarces than he was, but and swimming, a constantly moving instinct, too, with animal life, both in L 0 ,
plainly visible to the naked sea and on shore. The sunshine the :
this morning they brought on the cars pnaorama National Oank Of '. ;,: 'trt
from Miami and landed opposite the eye, and to look down into these clear balm the waters and the warmth of the SAMUEL I.. STORE GSORGBH.CHASB.' EItBU1lJ ?WJCU.

Inn where we are located, a hugh spec depths is a sight. The pier is a fayorite genial clime give life to growth in all of ; I
imen of the alligator's big brother. fishing place and while the fish are de- the kingdoms of nature. Well the creat. ESTABLISHED 1885- !

THE CROCODILE, ploying themselves in the clear waters, ures of the mighty jaw spoken of aboveare the State of FloridaTRANSACTS

for the Cory Museum. It reminded me numerous bathers are in the billowysurf not the whole thing in that line by a S.b. S'TO' E: :&ue.

of the old spelling book of my youthful along the banks. Last Sunday, and good deal. Not to speak of the birds of

days, which was illustrated with a picture it wasn't_ much of a day for fishing either the, sky and the sea, the wilderness '-- A-,

of a crocodile carrying off serenely here, for Sunday fishing is tabooed, abounds in animals of the carniverous '

a cow that ought to weigh, from its size, FIVE GREAT SHARKS kinds. They talk of panthers nine or Wholesale Commission Dealers

more than half a ton, in its ponderous were landed, at least two of them large ten feet long that weigh from 100 to 125 GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. -, .

jaws. The old fellows will rememberthe hammerheads. These swimming sharks pounds, that hunt the deer and frighten and Shippers of all Kinds of. .. .

spelling books and its picture. don't frighten the bathers, for both the homes of the wilderness. There are i 0 "

Some of the 'gators killed formerly sharks and bathers preserve respectful' bears in the woods too, that occasionally Accounts of Bankers,--' Lobsters : ;: ',: .:\,. .r3
weighed 1,400 pounds. In old times distance from each 'other. We have come out and play with their cubs in Merchants Manufacturersand :

they were hunted for food by the negroes. heard there are man-eaters here but t the shrubbery yards of forest cabins, ,

they have not scared anybody yet. and wild cats scamper through the brush Individuals solicited.... a'. 3

The large 'gators 'are destructive on As I might be accused of exaggeration, and make night hideous with their : Fresh Fish; :

the cattle off I prefer to let a local paper tell the size screams. But I need not here set the .
ranges. They carry large
hogs, and drown cattle and horses by of some of the five sharks caught here heads of the children standing up "like Capital mil> Surplus, $$190,000 .

catching them by the nose when they last Sunday from the pier on a calm quills on the fretful porcupine" and !

go to drink. When their jaws close on; sunshiny day, which it does partly as therefore will close this letter. : : Tit 1e.lesoosse .
follows .... Issue our own drafts to all the principal ,
the nose or neck of a horse or cow the : ,
'gator braces himself on the side of a "In making notice of'the 6oo-pound The State Democratic Convention. cities in Great Britain, Holland ,

hole or bank and pulls his victim to sure shark caught Sunday by Mr. Stone hill, The Democratic State- Executive Committee Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy Particular Attention paid to consignments from'Florida.1M897 .
Spain, Portugal and Germany. .
the half-the biggest half': was not ., .
death. The is
eye not the only vulner. which met in Jacksonville last '
told. Three sharks are his record for 16 Fulton 'Fish Market 'MEW'.YORK'
able in ,
point week has issued the following call for JacksonvilleFlorida '. ,. :. '4. .
that One foot hammer
day. was a 14
SHOOTING, the State Democratic Convention.Call 8-JM7
head sharkone of the in
largest caught
for it is small and not easily hit.; If for a State Democratic conventionat .
many moons in this state, weighing ,
shot they should be hit in the brain.A Orlando, Fla., Wednesday, August 3,
1,100 pounds Another one tipped the
good 3i-calibre rifle will send a bullet 1898:
scales at 500 pounds. Photographer Geo. S. Hacker & Son ,"
through the skull, and the fatal shot "The Democratic Party of the State of Co .. ,- ,
Russell took large pictures of the :
from a good shotgun in the side of the group Florida will hold a State convention at -; !o -' .'.' -,;W.: .'t>,,,.
for the lucky angler; and the backboneand : 0
head behind the When the ator Orlando, Fla., on Wednesday, August -.
eye. 3 .
on a hot day is sunning himself, catching the jaw of the immense hammerhead 1898, at 12 m., for the following purposes ". / : : : : :. : _:.tl
will remind Mr. Stonehill of his 0,I. L'
flies on his tongce a heavy load of : t
'. .. .o:' J?
pleasures at Palm Beach as he enjoyshis :\ .
hot behind the shoulder will reach the "To nominate the following candi- :>'"f! '
fragrant Havanas in his "den" at 1 ..;
heart and produce instant death. dates, to-wit: Two Justices of the Su. -. .
I saw Troy House Styles fix one with a THE WATTS HYMN INVOCATION.The preme Court, one for the full term of six 9,; ..
a Winchester bullet that way once that years, and one to fill the unexpired term ':"; '
ocean is so very much alive with .. .a
was a nine-footer. of Hon. B. S. Liddoa, resigned; a State y
fish that it must have been hereaboutsthat '
THE ALLIGATOR HUNTER Treasurer, to fill the unexpired term; 1
Watts wrote his:famous invocation to .
can imitate the grunt of 'gator so as to two Railroad Commissioners, each for ;
the inhabitants of the sea among his ;
call them to sight, but must shoot quickto other Sunday hymns and verses: the term of four years, and one Railroad TheEAsT.oAgTQ :
kill. But the young 'gators are more Commissioner for the term of two years MANUFACTURERS OF
easily fooled, and nay be caught in this "Ye monsters of the bubbling deep, to be voted for at the next regular State

way. An alligator under 15 inches in Your makers praises spout! election; and to transact such other bus Doors, Sash .,

is safe Up from the sands ye codlings creep iness before ..
length to handle. Formerly 'ga- as may come the conven Blinds
And wag your tails about!" MouldingsAND ..1
tors were very destructive to dogs who tion."The
went to the water to drink. The 'gator JEW FISH. different counties in the State -

laid for them It is probably true that Among the remarkable large fish of will send delegates to the convention Building Material
ten swimming about in the clear
seen the following basluof! representation
theyCARRY OFF "UTTIS NIGGERS." waters here and caught every day from upon: One delegate for each one hun- CHARLESTON, S, C. ''':; .. Florida Offers

The 'gator is often found on land the pier, is the hugh Jew fish. Theyare dred votes for the candidate on the State &T Largest Factory South. :

away from the water. Alligators fight great fellows and average each from ticket who received the highest numberof Send for Prices. : ; .: ; Li\J
with each other occasionally, when they 300 to 600 pounds in weight. Yester votes at the general election of 1896, .. .,, : :
day's local daily speaks of one hauled in -, ,.,
attempt to seize the upper jaw of an opponent and one additional vote for the fractionin -

which they sometimes get hold Monday that weighed 600 pounds. Theyare excess thereof, when it amounts to A. B. Campbell 't;,.;...fd",1 L-,::':.. ;"..
of and wrench off caught here so often as no longer to "
or break off close to fifty or more. :
the head, when speedy death ensues. be objects of curiosity. It is hard work The counties under this rule will be (Mgr Ludden & Bates So. Music House) ,

sometimes the old fellows try to eat towing the sharks and jew fish onto the entitled to representation as follows: Jacksonville, Florida. Great Advantag'es :

their young, when a battle royal ensues sands of the beach, and the sport comes AUchua .................ilRaker. Leon.....................14 } .
when three four unite in ..................... :2 Levy...._....... ...... f PIANOSORGANS ,
while the female defends her little ones. m or persons Bradford................ 6 Liberty........... ..... i t ,
towing them in, lauding them, and kill- Brevard... ............ 5 Manatee..7Calhoun. .- _
I hear of alligator fights for public ................. i Madwon............... 7 ._ :fvr
amusement at Rockledge and shall In- ing them. When a shark or Jew fish Ultras .................... 2 Marion..._............?. 9 '- ')<'
walks off with the fisherman's line it Clay....................... 4 Monroe..,........ ...... 4 ,.4 l
quire about them. is Columbia............... 6 Nassau.................. 4
tough work for the hands, and the marine Dade........ .............. 4 Orange..................roDe Best Makes, Lowest Prices, ,* To Settlers in the way'of, -'
THE CROCODILES SOto. .......... ...... 6 Osceula.................. 2 Easiest Terms. > .
are principally in South Florida, and monster usually draws first ,blood. Duval........_.........22 Pasco.................... 4 '
The fish often walks off with line and Escambia.ifranklin Polk............. .........8 Sheet Music, Music Books and Small
rarely are found in fresh water streams.He a ................ 3Uadsden. I'utnaDi .. ...*......... 8 Instruments of All Kinds at Rock I
is than the leaves the fisherman to nurse his bloody ................. 4 St.Johns........... ... 7 .....Bottom Prices.....
larger 'gator, and affects Hamilton...... ........ 4 Santa Kosa............. 5 Write for Perfect Climate, Productive Soil,
salt water while the 'gator is more of a bauds. Hernando.............. iHillstnro : Sumter....... ......... 4 Free Catalogue. 9-i-97
It sound of ..... ........20 Suwannee............... 8
fresh water fellow. The crocodile has a may queer to some the Holmes................... 3 Taylor..... .......2 ,
mouth with two holes in Budget readers who are contemplating Jackson.................. 9 Volusia............ ....? 8 Choice Fruit Lands, Rich Garden Tract's,
narrow the end J Jefferson................i4 1ti akulla................. 5
of the upper jaw, into which the teeth of blizzards and snowdrifts four feet high to Lafayette................ 3Valton.................... Red Danish and
read of surf Palm Uke....... ?........... 7 Washington.......... 3
bathing at Beach in
the under jaw enter. The slides of the Lee.............. .......... 2 Sugar Cane and Good Schools,
crocodile are seen about the salt creeks. the middle of a severe February. But The counties will select their delegates -

They are hard to hunt, and the largest let all such remember that there is a iu any manner which may be deemed fan cy- '
Tobacco Areas Plenty of
ones now are about 13 feet long. Some beautiful graduated stretch of beach best i by the people, acting through the ,

19 feet long have been killed here, and here, a peaceful surf, no undertow, the party organization:as recognized by the PineappleSlips *

17 feet ones are occasionally encount- temperature of the water not lower last State convention. and countless ways to earn a competencyDADE.

ered. lie is more of a clay color than than 72, and oftener ;6 degrees of Faren- All Denocrats are invited to partici. ,

the 'gator. heit, and the air soft, sunshiny and pate in the selection of delegates thereto, and SuckersFor

ruEciUETTs AND AN ALLIGATOR AD balmy mostly a cloudless sky, and a including those who have become qualified -

VENTURE. northern June in mid-winter. to vote since the last election. Rate of Following Varieties, viz- 'CO.ME TO '

The Rev.Mr. Mulford,the former well THE MANlTBB OR SEA: COW. The chairman and secretary of each Abbaka, Porto Rico, .

known Trojan, on his quite extensive Among the largest most noted and county convention held for the purpose Smooth Cayenne, .

rectory grounds here, has an alligator curious animals of Florida, also fairly of electing delegates to the State convention Egyptian Queen, 1.

preserve, which I referred to in a last entitled to rank among those of the i are requested to send Hon. W. A. Ripley Queen, Golden Queen, ,0" ..- ... .'- ..-
winter's letter. The stretches of Rawls chairman Tallahassee Fla. White Antigue. s.. '. .
water mighty jaw, is the manitee or sea cow, a : ,;;:
and grounds are quite broad, and iu the as the' creature is sometimes called. written or printed copy ot, the proceed- Pernambuco, ",. ,1 0 .e..1. "- .> ,, .,'1. .

waters and banks there is a habitat of Though the manitee does not properly ings of such county conventions, together Early delivery can be made part Enville of the'rait ,. .p.I :- '<.;..' .

good-sized'gators Some of them occasionally rank among carniverous, flesh eating with a list of the names of the county from this Plantation having been picked f ; :

go wandering near his rectory, animals of the mighty jaw, yet he is a executive committee appointed, designa- last month. Apply to .;, 0 .. .

and occasionally go on the space under hugh and bulky brute. They live mainly ting thereon the chairman and secretaryof C.C. MATTHAMS, ., },-,. .

the family dwelling, which is elevated on manitee grass and the leaves of such committee.W. Florida Pineapple Company, .<.

. on stilts, as it were, after the way in mangrove trees. They are quite abundant A. Rawls, Chairman. 5-21-97 West Palm Beach Fla. '. .. 'r, ,.; .:;.
which southern houses are frequently on the bays and rivers of South J. C. Cooper, Secretary.State ,

constructed. I'lorida, especially south of here on ( papers please copy.)

ADVENTURE OF THB ClUETTS. New river, the Miami nver and about -1*

Fred H. Cluett and his daughter, Miss Biscayne Bay. They are occasionallyseen You never see any mention in wed- HOTEL FirstOlassy4 ,
Frances Cluett, guests of Palm Beach in the waters about Palm Beach. ding notices about the ability of the The Palms

Inn, were crossing the Rev. J. N. Mul- They live equally well in salt and fresh bride to cook, or make bread, or make t
ford's alligator pond Friday afternoon in water and sometimes half dozen
a or their own dresss. It's always some
company with Mr. and Mrs. Mulford on more are seen rising on the ocean near thing about their beauty, and the wed- Now Open For Winter Travel. ;

then way through the wild and romantic the shore. They come to the surface ding march, and the presents, and rich Air Modem Improvements, Electric JOB WORK :.. :

avenue leading from the rectory to the every few minutes to breath and num- repast, etc. Many a man has been started Bells, Baths, Etc. H B B '.. ,..
sea. When in the canal passing throughthe bers are killed by the Indians every on the road to nun by finding that

tall reeds all at once they confronted year. They harpoon them as they rise back of a painted and patched up face, $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY. .

one of tee large amphibians close by to the surface. They grow to a large to look pretty, there was little or no Address .

the side of the boat lying at full lenght size, weighing 1,200 or 1,400 pounds, sense, and no ability to keep a home in "THE PALMS" .... :.. .- -'f:" : '
, pn a bed of reeds. The creature lay like and are in l length over twelve feet. I shape.-Gainesville Sun.! 1-16-9$ West Palm Beach, Florida,,r r At THE SUN Odes

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fI.II-i :':' t't' rz nkul. cinn; JUNG JINGLES.W. .n t rr,1 1ttlEtED aQil' .-Watches- '

. I iIiI . f H.:,Palmer was a visitor at Juno Clocks and Jettteltt

. j Monday; I 11iii' ID r

:' i WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. Capt. Peter Larsen was here last week Fine Nickle Movement in Screw Bezel, Dust-Proof Case-
1& from Jupiter hunting war news. sent to any,address on receipt of $5.00. .

.''t i it '. .GUYI.METCALF. Mr. and Miss. Baily made a flying tripto Spectacles and ye rayss. 1 f popular Dry Goods House

EDITOR'AND MANAGER. Palm: Beach and returned Monday Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing Promptly Attended to.

.1 Charges paid oneway. R. J RILES Florida. '
Jacksonville -
The order office is :
i new money doing 4L
i i 1 YEARLY, SUBSCRIPTION: $2 a splendid business and is being used by 5.,, 225 W. Bay Everett Block, JACKSONVILLE, FLA I

I,p !3 many in paying np taxes. Sugar Beets.r.e. BOYNTON BREEZES. .- i"T The Leading Dry Goods House rt

11 I Geo Zapf is shipping his potatoes from .'-1- t ... l

. l 1 his place hue to Key West in Capt. It is passing strange that any one The frame work of the new hotel is up 6 S in the State. I

14 Banters boat to feed the soldiers. should raise the question as to the ad- and work on it is going ahead rapidly. -'J

; risability of cultivating sugar eels: in The Largest Stock The Newest Styles

I .t Capt. and Mrs. Hoeck, with a party of J Florida, when other industries that Vegetable shipments are slacking 'up Lowest Prices. --I

!i .put friends, came up in a launch and stopped ]have! been demonstrated to be profitable considerably although a hundred :or : at the ,1

!I i :: AMONG OUR CHURCHES at Zapfville for a few hours Sunday. j go! undeveloped industries that time-and more ,crates are still, going forward To. all whom request we will send samples free all of chute.WPRPAY -
H-, II Charges
< .- T I again have been referred to in the columns every day. Express 1
of or over, .
We learn that the amount '
one of our townsmen s orders to
'i Time and Place of Services, Special 1 of Florida Facts and other .newspapers the order..
t here is expecting to accept a position as Fred S. Dewey and wife came down when money accompanies
I Notices, Week-Day and Son- salesman for Boston house. 1 of the State. in their launch and made Order Department .
I traveling a Tuesday us a 'Best Equipped Mail!
!' : day Meetings. Whether sugar beets can be made a I The

!I .u ,source of profit to Florida or sot, is not short visit. He is arranging to make Write for Samples and Try it. Tour Money Back U Goods Are Not u We Say. -;: .
--- returned from Rivera .
r. Judge Heyser on considerable improvements on his prop- c:.
a question for serious consideration -
Eplssopal .
SsirvUts.EPISCOPAL -Respectfully
t Monday; Mrs. Heyser will remain a few erty here.
I while thousands of acres of the best land ''
I days longer visiting her sister Mrs. Red.
\ t CnuKCH Bethesda-by-the-Sea. ifer of Late Worth.Pineapples in the world for sugar cane lie uncultivated When it comes to tomato shipping we COHEN BROTHERS"

.... REV.J.N.M01F01D Rector. within the borders of the' State, all remember. that C. E. Chase was the
Jt JEV.X Vm-jAMM HUTDIY,Asst Minuter.Serrice .
and the demand for Florida and
are gradually petting ripe syrup firtto ship from here, has shipped the -
o'clock. -
: t every Sunday morning n ,
I i tt Sunday Bchool at 3 p. m. and the potatoes and vegetables on Mr Florida sugar is unlimited. most and is still shipping. He has POPULAR DRY GOODS HOUSE

; I I The church will remain open during the Collin's ,land look green, and are fast This everlasting hankering for.something promised the SUN his crop report. ,

I : + Summer. ripening for the summer. new, something experiment j 10-28-97 Jacksonville, Florida. .

,n.I I BKOTBKXHOOD,or ST. AKDKBV.-Meets oft with.while other well tried and profitable Prof. F. O. Green of Madalin, N. Y., ....... ......... .................... ''i
!Ahe Second and .Fourth. Wednesday of each The steamer St. Sebastian is expected industries are neglected is well calculated one> of.the.largest owners .of pineapple ""

." ;noato. X..F.HISDIY,Director.. here almost any day on her way throughthe I to mate one weary, and no other land in this neighborhood is expected

) V.F.AI..In'nO.OJ..Scetttaf7' canal, having on board the gun car- people on the surface of the globe here early next month on business connected SPANISH-AMERICAN' WAR. ( -

:" ,, ::1 ,1 riages for the Miami Fort. would throw away the opportunities' with his investments here.' Last --...- ((

\, ''I 1g..-H. Chttfth, South. that surround Floridians at every turn, week he added the Lewis Griffin five Engravings of American heroes will : 7t -

i I.I Services will be held in the Knights of Pythli Sheriff 'Chiltingworth came up on in order experiment with some new .acre tract to his already large holdings. be sent free. We have just published (

Hall. -lb.Pint,Third and Fourth Sundays Thursday last and left the same day thing. :f f the most handsome engravings ever issued (( 1nmonys'Sur

r :' '' of each mnntb at u a.m.and 730 p. m. Every with Herman Breetz (who was held herr The cultivation of sugar beets, India I Storekeeper W. H. Cox has disposedof of Commodore Dewey who won :

ens cordially invited to attend. "I was glad on. charge of train wrecking) for St. rubber trees cork wood, camphor trees, his stock of goods and turned over the great naval battle in the Phillipine (
house Offer
1 when they raid unto me,let us go into the :
:" Augustine.. castor oil bean, canaigre ramie and his trade to Capt. Chas. Pierce who has :
i uflhel/nd." BIT.J.B.WILXIV,Pastor.Hvcnlncj .. prepara- Islands, Rear Admiral Sampson
i I !(1 J,\ i other' things that have from time to tory to going north to spend the sum charge of the fleet of American war ships : 1t \\Oll.d) 1t&outGloc
ii l I ". Dr. Jargenson of Juno was in Palm
; t Star hedge, Jio. 46, Beach on Saturday. The Doctor will time been brought forward for special mer.. Neighbor Cox is one of our successful at Havana. Commodore Schley com (
attention, would all be well if there vegetable growers and Is goingto Cap- : s an3i.liegware
ot very mander of the Flying Squadron.
i ;, Knights Pythias, not return to her home in Iowa as we .
were not other and more pro tab1e.ia-: .take a little enjoyment this summer tain Sigsbee who was commander of our :
Mecttf'eroiy Friday Night 7: o p.m.standard reported last week, but has decided to
4 ; title. VbUinfc> bothers cordially invited. to Cuba. dustries right at our hand awaiting fur to make up for the hard work of the past Battle Ship Maine. And of our brave ( .

\ I Castle! Hall over Public School Building. go ther development winter. He will return this fall and consul general at Havana who is now :

r.1 V .' J. A. PvGH,C.C. Why don't some of'our enterprising What does Florida want more than may possibly bring a new stock of goods Major General Fitzhugh Lee and who :. @
-. I\;t.RmUEVa",Eo 01 L& S. a-4-97
I ill citizens here put ,that telegraph line in sugar cane tobacco and sea island cotton with him. e will command the volunteer forces that ;

1 I working order? The line is here, already to make her one of the most pros will invade Cuba. To any one who will : We've got. some fine Clocks

i t PUfi AND FACTS up needing very little repair, and would perous States in the Union? These three Bullngs of the State.. Comptroller. send us a list of names of ten patriotic : and want to sell them. badly.
-4 --- Have no place for them. Going
.., I be of great benefit, to many doing busi- industries alone, if properly developedwill ladies of their neighborhood and six two ( out of the Clock business. You
.!,,1' Witty Sayings Interspersed ,With ness with us and would be a great' assistance yield more gold than the newly discovered The following of are among!: some recent cent stamps we will send any one of the : can have all the profits and t.
the State and
'I l! i! Business Bargains., during these troublesome timesas mines of labor, aDd: less priva- rulings Comptroller, are above large engravings free of charge good deal more besides.. Clocks
of interest to the tax
tion of all than Alaska and with less expense payers; the five ought to be on the run-cur
) : .Dant. forget J. F. OLIVER'S when a news gather. or if the entire collection of (
: There is no law under which the liability start 'em
i you want Fancy Groceries. and makes life worth living. And American Heroes is desired send us a : prices .
Rev. W. J. Cady, of Palm Beach Congregational of the State of Florida can be
a Her rotor came and 'went. then, what shall we say as to oranges list of twenty names of different ladies : $30.00 Seth Thomas, Genuine
shown for rebates allowed
church, was with us again on taxes by
That la to uy theta not to be Imposed up1 lemons pineapples and other semi- and twenty two cent stamps and we will ( White Onyx Clock, 8 Day
.l on.aad if the druggist eDt her the wrong on Saturday, and after. his usual interest* tropical fruits; the products of our vege- Boards of County Commissioners or any send you the five engravings by returnmail. : Cathedral Gong for$15.75.

Ii 't kind,wtk7.t>w boy .could. Just take it back: lug sermon, spent ,a few moments with table.gardens, our turpentine forests part thereof' nor is there any provisionof (
Clock similar abovt
aral .So,now!-New,York Pm... the county prisoners here. Rev. Cady law under which a warrant could be ( $23.00 {
fisheries and other industries that -
are These engravings are the most beau ( only smaller, for$13.25. *
A good supply of Bread. Cakes, and will return on the 26th lust, and we no longer experimental? drawn on the State Treasurer to pay ful and handsome : *
published are
Pies hand the Clematis all. alike will of such claim. ever $20.00 Ironstone.Seth Thomas
.S- always on at hope turn out to-meet. him Is it ? there any part any
not enough barely neverwas into home. Send
enough us
Avenue Supply Store. be is a delightful speaker. go any : a Beauty, for $12.50.
a people more highly favored,or a Errors discovered in the assessmentroll the list of names and stamps today as (
Professor-How would you punctuate this land labor directed $11.00 MarbleizedWood.&tfc. -
where rightly promises the edition is limited. There is advertising :
aeate'nce" While out after it has been completed cannot no
"Mia Wood a pretty,young girl of rowing on the canal last Thoma.s, a Handsome Clock
18,:walked down Fifth avenue?" week Mrs. Kaiser had a very narrow better returns; possibly there never be corrected by the Assessor b ut the on any of the engravings. In for 600.

Student-l would make dash alter "Miss escape from drowning. She was.row- was a people so little disposed to avail Tax Collector may return the amount of sending state whose engravings you de (
WoooV-New YOlk Truth. themselves of the full measure of prix ( $11.00 Black Wood similarto
ing along when suddenly the boat tipped taxes involved in such error in his list sire.Addres (
: ,: No need to from home for ileges offered by a generous soil and Co. Duane above $5.75.
snd Pastelotype
away and almost filled with water and of errors, double assessments and insolvencies 23 :
any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose canbuild climate.-Facts. Street New York City. ( $7.00 Clock similar to above,
Dad it not been for the prompt assist provided by Section 46, Chapter' *
1 you one as fine or as'cheap as you ... ( only smaller for $4.00
want. See him, and place your order. ance of Mr. Burroughs who happened 4332, Laws ot Florida.A ( ,

1 A. LumnuH was suspended once for fourweeks to be at his home on the canal the accident Lesson. of the Cold. She says their summer lu Europe was a per (( @
might have resulted fatally. -,a. tax sale certificate is transferrable fect dreatu. (
when I was an college.
\ I ,! > \ltallJk&-An yer alive ylt? ,JUosb, what When Fitzsimmon hit his friend Cor- by endorsement and is therefore negotiable I guess it was. You see,as a matter of fact, : giluer andGhinaware
I bunglers them The citizens of this bett that solar latter if it they stayed on a :New Jersey farm all the (
,. I eastern galloots must be-! place and particu- plexus, the thought ; hence lost can only be estab-
: time.-Detroit News.
New York World. larly those old pioneers of long years a cyclone had struck him and he has lished in the manner provided by law (

Jij ij Send fur Butterick Pattern .Sheets to residence here are feeling justly proud hardly gotten over its effects yet ,he< for establishing lost papers. WHEN in Jacksonville be and vis- ((

Mrs. M. G, Macdonald. Agent:Jackson. these days over the honors carried off by wants to try it again. So with our a-- I it your Old Friend, who sure will surprise : All our Silver HollowWareat
j China-Ware cloa-
Title, Fla. us at the recent "Dade Co. Fair" at Mi friends, the orange growers. In 1886 The law proyides that "dealers in you with Bargains in ( price.
,I iug out regardless of cost. An
I 1IrOldbo-l'aAl a Bell-made man. sir: I ami. A place that can carry off the prize they were caught; again in 1894, aDd spirituous,-vinous or malt liquors shall Dry Goods Clothing:; andGents' : opportunity to fit
up your
began life a* a barefoot boy. a license tax of five hundred dollarsin
for the beautiful for another pay
,. l 1 Hehnard-WelU I wean't born with shoes most roses and the yet they romeup smiling Fumishings.........,..? : house at prices way under factory
t\ J I on, either. sweetest and most perfect sugar cane is: round in 1898. There was just a lingering each county for each place of business D. SINGER, Manager, ( prices. How do we do it?

I surely a garden spot and that is not all; hope that the "oldest inhabitant' whether such license is taken out for the n 11-IM7 Bridge Street,Near JACKSONVILLE.Bay. FLORIDA (( Wedesire to put our money in

I :., Hats and bonnets retrimmed and re there are beautiful fields of bright Golden was right and_ we'd never have another whole year or fractional part of a year, ( fast moving goods. This classof
modeled at Mrs. F. L. Moffatts. (
I t : < Pineapples and great clusters of cold snap. But it came; ; we saw, and ifriz. and dealers paying the same and receiv- goods, suitable for a large
[ : A girl generally knows.just how to.deny brilliant red tomatoes to take the eye as "' ." ing a license therefor, shall be authorized Acetylene Gas 1 jewelry store does not pay In
I bavingbeeo kissed so as to make man either
I' believe It or disbelieve it- -New York Press.WANTRD well'as many other fruits while across The lesson in this is, Don't carry'you to sell spirituous vinous or mal Throw away your kerosene lamps and (. a small town.:

I, 'r .. from the- mighty Atlantic. comes the eggs to market in one basket. Our sol liquors or any such liquors, but neither use Acetylene Gas the coming light of : 71 RaRe Opportunity.

\ TO PURCHASE FLORIDAPRO1&TYi cool summer winds that make this placeso and climate are admirably adapted to spirituous, vinous or malt liquors shall the 20th century. We are prepared to ( Gome and .
Persons farms gee.WJatcbes
owning in
or for
1\ delightful in the of series of be permitted to be sold unless said H- put plants private parties at reasonable -
j I winl: L- nles, send full description and .. summer. growth a crops that prices. Call and see ours at our (
t price to J. V. Bond, Box 181, Dayton, would soon make us independent. Nowhere cense tax is first paid, and a license store and get estimates. ( @

1 j i I, Ohio. The evolution of our mail system else except the Vuelta Abajo d(s. therefor r first taken out." Paragraph 3.24 G. W. IDNER & SON.

':i 'What!. Is It possible that you don't know seems to be going back to the old days; trict of Cuba than they grow such 3, Section 9 Chapter 4322 Laws of Flor- ( while tbejf

i. prosperity has returned? Why, Man where we started here years ago with the foot tobacco as we can. Two to four hundred ida. Hence no such license can be issued l last at Gst
,1.. ). have you been for the last 90 days? Out of carrier then dollars except the payment of the full Clematis Avenue ,
t II) town?,' a dugout, an old sail boat, per acre, net, can easily. be upon
I "No. Out of a Job."-BrookIYD Life a broken down launch, a better launch made. amount of five hundred dollars for: @ H-

I''i I and then a big steamer plowed the wat Then sugar cane. Where nnder the State license tax, and in; addition. thereto Store

I'' .i Fine Irish Potatoes just received-25 ers between here and Palm Beach. Lately sun except Florida can as many t DhtO< ,.the county license tax. The law i is: Supply -;: .
barrels Clematis Bros.Merchants
Avenue Store.
Supply Anthony
I we have been satisfied again with a the acre be produced, from which can plain, and no official can authorize any I .
Miss h gUemugbe-Oh,sir! Didn't feel ::-West Palm Beach, Florida, J
yon launch that article deviation therefrom.
be made
,\ ; even gradually disap- an staple in its cbarac
7 afraid to nave when me? you.Jumped in ther"rlugUVeil peared and at last we have dropped backto ter, that properly handled will) yield "a -... J. D. MATHIS, Proprietor.Successor

ti t The Gent-No mum. Yer see,I'm married. nature's power a sail boat which is larger perceutage than any manufacturing California permits girls over 15 to wed I ( to Braaoiafi. Bakery and Grocery C.) C! ,

e. New. York Journal. due to arrive at 11.30 a. in. but usually! enterprise we can engage in? T without parental consent. In the DIS- My Motto-Quck! Sales and Small Proflta. g West Palm Beach, Florida.

heaves in sight where between that And Cassava too. To tell 'cotton trict Of Columbia Florida, Maryland,
i. Boat building done right at home, in any a Bakery} Goods . ? . . . ;
the most approved manner, good workmanship time and supper; are we going to get the planter in Georgia that'he could'raise a Michigan, Minnesota South Carolinaand and

i and at living prices. Call on'I' dugout next? and during these exciting crop that would net him more than the South Dakota girls over 16 may Family Groceries

,: Capt. A. T. Rose. times too; truly we who have lived here price of a bale of the fleecy staple' to the marry without parents' consent. Kentucky West E. H.Dnuc, ;

-i AngryFsther-I wont spare the rod. and witnessed the gradual advance of acre on ordinary pine land would make does' not permit her daughters to ..... Specialty.Goods Propnetor ;

Wicked lJoy--Don't, pa. Spare me..Ally these many changes "fear for the end." him open his eyes. For less money, choose for themselves regardless: of par delivered free to any part

j I Slopcr. ... time and worry he can raise this'product ents' wishes until they are 21.-Hudson of the City or across the Lake. Palm

and rich. Republican AU Orders Given
\ get Prompt Attention.
.' Watch and jewelry repair ng by first Good Naws.
: 'class. ,workmen, and guaranteed at ... Is it because we are indisposed to Goods.First-Class and Fresh. Highest Beach

t f : Idner &'&n's., The magnificent steamship Kansas work? If we grow the crops named in Subscribe l i for IB Sun. I prices paid for COlin try produce.Buy .

., ; .'.*. kUrry-Why don't you- gu to Alaska and City of the "Savannah Line" (Ocean abundance-and we've got to ,come" to of me and I will Have you money 6197GHEfl

E try your luck? Steamship Co.) after a short overhauling it-with fruit as a side issue, we would -: Drug

I WiUle-I might Dyea of hunger there don't is again in service, relieving the Chatta- have as prosperous a State as there is in '
j i Juneau-Up to Date. hoochee northbound from Savannah all this broad land. Will we do 'it? Or. 'f ..... Store.iDEALERS

Prof. Frank Idner is now prepared to Friday, May 20, at 4:30: p. m. This will will we sit down aad wait for oranges-'
do Piano and and another freeze?-.Chronicle. G. Of f
l Tuning Repairing. Leave be good news to many people in Florida 0 ST1OJ4M
orders at Idner & Son's. ,
t'f' who are now arranging for a trip to f1 -- L -
New York. -f. DEALER IN L
I Visitor (at lunatic asylum)-14ee: you give Our soldiers who go to Cuba will find
;your pMlenU amateur photograph outfit. to The Kansas City is a very fast ship.
there. a domestic utensil. called a "water t

amue. them.lluperinteudentNu.. They bring them comfortable She is roomy, airy and delightfully monkey" that is to be found in houses, Staple, and Fancy Groceries Drugs, Toilet Articles

hotels and offices. The :
with them-Xew York We Lly.- experienced Cu-
-. Get room reservations or tickets at ban drinks without touching it his
Bananasand fresh vegetables full Jacksonville office of the Grain and all Food Supplies
company, or :
suoplv-Clematis Avenue Supply Store. lips. He holds it two or. three inches Fine
of ticket in Florida. Stationery
any agent
from his mouth into which a tiny streamof
The au.tan (cheerily to Emperor of t'bin*)- Four sailings weekly from Savannahto .
Going to pieces, old ? Nonstnae! water pours. Gradually and slowlyhe
man All
;you want is a dose of "concert of Europe. New York; once weekly to Boston di- l lifts the monkey away from him until COUNTRY PRODUCE Druggist .
recto is splendid service for
Why. .look at UMS!-**uek. passenger it is almost at arm's length the water Always Fresh Kept in Stock.
-- and freight traffic.
Call at Mrs. Frank's Boston Store this WALTER HAWKINS continuing to flow from the._ moakey Your Patronage Solicited. PrescriptionsCarefully Compounded _j
week'And get your Bargains. down his throat. When his thirst has East Coast Business Solicited. 1

1 robltle-.WW titone-How BO Simpson? is polite isn't she? Fla.Jacksonville Pass. Agt,,Fla. been satisfied his mouth he returns then suddenly the monkey tips toward it 4-1-1 West Palm geaob, yia.l WEST PALM BI','ACH 6-10-98-() '.,< '0;:;'

Cobble-Last night naked her to take the np shutting off the stream.. -Jackson- ::::..-
V She(coldly)-Veil, as dere is no lnior # : ._.'
you hat petter put dot fire oudt." -Pack.


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