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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: May 26, 1898
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PERSONAL.. PICKINGS. honor was done to the occasion and its HERE AND THERE. If CORRESpoNDENCE. Wednesday and Thursday of last week.' TOWN TOPICS.

owner, to whom we wish many happy : -
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People ai :They.Come end Go-People returns of"the day. Scraps of News About This and That Interesting 'Items Gathered by' Our Another car lumber; and other ma- Local Happenings From Our Note

'" You May or May Not Know. and Different Things.See \ Scribes Throughout the County.if terial for the canning factory was set Book and From Other Sources .
J. M. Harper, of Hypoluxo, paid the out on their siding'Monday night.
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boys a morning.
Marcos Frank left for Miami.last Friday .. the communication Honduras h LISTCX LOCALS. R. G. Sulzner has the contract for

evening. WilL'Collins, wife and child of Juuo. on another page-it is interesting ;; ... A. E. Knowles has put an addition to Building the Episcopal church which is
the small house the lot that He owns
were visitors in town Tuesday and )'eserday. reading. Temple Burton left Sunday for Boynton on about to be erected in this city. ;
J.C. Harris left last Friday to spendthe adjoining the one his residence, is on,
to work ou the Boynton Hotel.
summer with relatives in Umatilla. The construction train has been haul.ing and already has a tenant for it. The Episcopal Church lot is being
.. ._, G. W. Reynolds and wife of Lake ,
sand for filling in over: on the. East .W. H. Starring, of Miami, spent last cleared so work on the building ,can be .
Worth left for Providence
J. M. Harper, one of Hypoluxo's tomato yesterday morning Side this week.Threatening. 0. P. Bingham's launch Cuyahogaand
commenced soon the lumber ar-
Friday with his many Linton friends. as as
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magnates, was in town Saturday after ._ m cat boat "Idler" were brought up rives.
weather and some showers last week and to be hauledout
supplies. waiting
are
C. M. Gardner editor of our Sunny but not enough rain yet to wet the : M. K. Lyman, the ship builder, has
and in carload of shell arrived the
Another
put summer quarters.The
Mrs. J. H.HiU'and child left pester; Laud, Miamis new'paper, was in town ground to any appreciable extent. purchased the Belden property on Atlantic -
first oCthe'week and is being put in. theF.
day morning for a visit to her old home, taking notes yesterday. Ave. _
Lake Worth Fruit Co. are making
E. C. Ry., freight yard where it will
but track master John'says she promisednot .Attorney. I. Metcalf and Guy I. Quite a crowd went over to the pieron Mrs. A. Wilson of Miami, was the their first shipments of fancy pines for do the most good.

to be gone long. Metcalf: spent the first part of the weekat the East Side Tuesday night to seta pest[ of Mrs. H. J. Sterling a few days the season. It is extra fine fruit they

Fort Lauderdale and Miami. warship going north which was said to last week. forwarding now and it ought to sell Home raised Bermuda onions averag
Max Auschwitz formerly watch and be the _
Oregon. for good prices. lug a pound or sore apiece ia weight

jewelry repai1'er't Anthony Bros., left Mrs. E. H. Dimick and child returnedlast Horse fiies'were a little troublesome Miss loa Helen Blackmer is spending have been quite numerous in ,our local
last week for Miami and is reported as Friday night from their visit to Mrs. Reynolds & Hull's fish boats to the
earlier in the season but not near as a few days at Boca Ratone, the guest of market this season.
having located there. Diraicks parents at Rockledge and are Miss Rickards. number of half a dozen or more were .
much so as usual and they already seem _
again at their home over on the EastSide brought up to the point last week, Of the loo eons sent here for our

Mrs. E:' Y' ore, of: Lake Worth, was to be more than scarce for this season of F. Henry made the first shipment of hauled out on Gale & Co.s' way and are Home Guards, 92 bad been issued Jirp to

in town,on a' visit to her son, A. M. the year. pine apples from here Mondaytwentyfour now housed for the Summer. '
Miss Ella Beasley left for her Indiana esterday evening and probably the full
Wilder, Monday. This is her first visitto Rev. E. V. Blackman of Miami will to the crate. 4
home after of too are'by this time in the bands of thosewho.
yesterday, a stay eighteen
this place in a long time. furnish information in regard to tobacco Messrs. E. N. Dimick, Geo. W. Lain-:
months in our town. Miss) 11a's many culture and free seed to of our I. B. Taylor, in the employ of the East hart and E. M. Brelsford were up look- .know. how and are willing to handle

Fred. Butler, who has' been assisting friends will miss her and will be pleasedto who wish to experiment any in raising growers Coast Ry. at St. Augustine, is spending ing over Dimick & Lainhart's plantation them. ._

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Postmaster E. M. Brelsford at Palm welcome her back again next Winter.J. the weed a'few days with his parents here. just north of Riviera. They had no .Idner & Sony's store has been'made a

Beach this past winter, left yesterday Brown of Scotia town at Hypoluxo.was fault to find with what they saw" little larger this past week- by the removal
morning for his home in Mt. Dora. The F. E. C. Ry., work train with its Deacon Rowan is highly elated over
in town yesterday with his two sons of the partition formerly across
cabooses and gang, in charge of Boss his fine crop of lima bears, and the returns Mrs. U. D. Hendrickson and her three
on a combined business and recreation the rear. Dd of the store, thus giving
Tomato grower Dunn, from the lower McCormick, came in Monday from the for shipments so far are better children left Monday for her sister's in
trip. He is neatly through shippingand them more room and a better chance to
regions-of the Lake, we mean was in promises his report as soon as_ his north and will probably be busy around than he anticipated.Frank Ottumwa, Iowa, for a visit. They will display[ their goods.

town Saturday looking for a chance to in. here fur the next week or so. also visit friends and relatives in Chicago __ *
spend some of his surplus-He found it. last returns are Lee, one of our early settlers, *
before they return home this fall.There The guns for the Home Guards have

J. W Porter, of' Hypoluxo, who is The steamer St. Sebastian passed down I! writes from Holly, Mich., that times are t ......__ :been distributed and now every man Ii.I .

Ceo Zap left today with his launch better known here by his.. .watermelons the Lake Saturday with a disappearing very.dull' there. He expects to return to was a large attendance at the I armed and equipped as the law allows.
'yOlg4'foiriKfcy West, where b'goes "*** ; carriage aboard for a'10 in.'disappearing imon in the near future. R.---Walker"&t
than by his phi, was looking around gun services held by Rev. J. I NeXt tomes the.drilling in the manual
to arrange to put it on a regular town to if gun that is fo''be set up at Key West. the school house Wednesday evening.' "
Saturday see anything more I of arms so as to learn how to handle the
ran. Geo. Lawrence went along to act was wanted here in the vegetable line, She stopped here a short time to woodup It is highly gratifying to the inhabit- Rev.'Walker generally gets as large a according to the: tactics-the
.. ants of this city to feel that they can retire I weapons
engineer., but the not allowed
public on
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so in case there was, he could go right were congregation here as he does In town shooting they can already do as theyare
board.A to rest with the full assurance that
back home and ship it to us. and frequenUylarger. all built that .
Sheriff Si. Davis, of St. John's County, their peaceful slumbers will not be disturbed way.

came'in Monday night after the forger special went north yesterday takingthe
the invasion of the of
by
Agent Tipton Reese of the Steamboat army Capt. U. D. Hendrickson took a run
that this County was, holding for him up passengers from the Steamer Key the haughty Dous or other foe. Our Some of our citizens have compliedwith
any Wed-
Line, by invitation went down toKev to the foot of the Lake and back
at Juno. He left for Home with his West that came in to Miami too late for the of Mayor Gruber and
Home Guards have got their request
West on the steamer St Sebastian guns. nesday with the Gladys and Thursday he
the train. We understand that
prisoner yesterday morning regular cleaned in and around their"premis-
Saturday, and Capt. E. N. Dimick left ..e.HYPOLUXO started agaia with her and went to Mi- up
the F. E. C. Ry. intends to run these and others are doing so. From
here Saturday night by rail to join the HAPPE ISGS. ami before stopping. Capt. C. E. Mer es pres-
Cap't Alvin 'Headrickson and Inman specials every time the Key West comesin ent prospects this city, in a few days
.. chant him engineer, and
Miami and take the accompanied as
II. Fischer left Monday in the former'sboat same. steamer at too late for the regular train and there i i will be as clean, if not cleaner, than any
trip to Key West and back to this point. bound W..H. Cox, of Boynton, was here both returned the last of the week, leav-
for the litter's pineapple plantation are enough north passengets to other city on the East Coast or, for that
down there.
the Gladys
up near Jupiter trusting to the canal anda .. warrant it. Monday.The matter,'anywhere else in Florida."
MY COUSIN JAN. -- 0-
fair wind to. get there safely. or Emancipation Day. ice cream for last Sunday was a Geo. W. Sears, who we mentioned last .

F. Written for THE TROPICAL SUN. failure-the ice failing to come Satur- week as having just secured a good The drug business of Russell & Co.
Mrs. D.; R. Ingersoll and daughter Ida
The dreamy atmosphere of his native place Friday, May the 20th, was quite a day night.J. horse to replace a mule that had died, which was moved into the Palms Block
left for Ottumwa where
la.
Monday ; they
Enveloped Jan-t-howed in his face, lively day among the colored citizens of had the misfortune to have the horseS last week has been bought by Dr. A. V.
will spend some time this summer visiting .And seemed to leave but little space M. Harper finished shipping toma
Mrs. Ingersoll's sister. They will For the grasping Instincts of his race. West Palm B ach. The trains from Ft toes Monday. He shipped Soo S die the past week, and now is again Lansing, (formerly this place but who

also spend some time in Chicago before A sweet, new life bin coming brought, Pierce on Thursday night, and from from two acres of land. without a dratt animal. It is a severe lately has been running a drug store in

home. Congenial was our every thought Miami ou Friday morning brought loss to n ighbor Sears and he has the Eau Gallie. The docter is again located

returning Although He of likeness and there was and naught.I fully 200, who, together with tbe citizensof Some few crates of tomatoes are going. sympathy of all his neighbors. with us and will probably move his stock
was a man young
A. heck and bride finished their this a lively from Eau Gallic here also and remain
A proud recluse, subdued and shy, place, composed quite forward yet and bringing better prices
visit at the Seminole Tuesday and left Unlearned quite in lover's loots, band of pleasure seekers.At than they did three weeks ago. Quite a crowd went down from here with us permanently.

that same evening for their permanent Knowing no love,save that of books. 2 o'clock they all assembled at the Tuesday night to Lantana in the launch

home in Miami, where he is chief engineer HU was Blow pulsing Flemish blood, picnic grounds west of the F. E. C. Ry. Bloxham Cromartie, also his sister Wild Cat to help Tom Earnest of the L. W. Burkhardt has a patch of about
absorbed his mood
on the dredge that is at work in Contemplative.Ambitious but,despondent he, ; depot when speeches appropriate to the from: Lemon City, are visiting here, bul t; latter place, celebrate his twentieth 150 Pernambuco pines at his. residence

the harbor of that place. I knew of nothing but victory. occasion were made. Rev. Chas. Sum- will leave for home this week. birthday. As they did not get home place which are hard to beat nearly

Born to be great I had no fear, ner Long, pastor of the A. M. E. churchof till nearly daylight Wednesday morning every one having a fruit on, and theyare
Miss Rebecca Sigal sister of Mr My dim eyes saw the future clear.A undoubtedly had a good time. We
this place, was the first speaker. He W. P. Carroll has just got in from a they not much over a year old at that.
Frank arrived up from Miami last Fri. deiver in the mines o: thought, followed Rev. W. W. Hamilton to the He join in wishing Tom numerous returns
,
. From depths untrod by me, he broughtOres was by trip Everglades. surely Pernambucos, while not large, are coo
day and is now at the Boston Store for avUit of Cooanut Grove and Prof. J. E. the he would of such happy occasions. of
for great uses to be wrought.lie thought war was over or sidered one of the very finest fancy

before leaving to spend the summer was a thinker, by Hod's will Jones public school teacher of West never have come back.A -+..---- pines for home use, for which purpose
North. Little Miss Fannie Frank I had the artificer's skill,
came
All considered
Palm Beach. things Railroads and the People. they are principally raised.
up with Miss Sigal, and Mrs. Frank will Could Could drape thought and with shape language, combine interfuse,diffuse, their addresses were warmly received by party of truckers invaded West .- -... .. .

be up in a few days. Deftly as lapidaries'hues the crowd. After speaking, dinner was Palm Beach Saturday on the launch Rightly understood and rightly dealt Last Friday's Fire.

Of gem with gem to heighten each, I served in which both black and white Victor. Some of them got back and with the interests of railroads and the ... .

Capt.Will Moore, Hypoluxo was up He had the thought and I the speech; enjoyably participated.At some did not return until the train at interests of the people should be mut- Last Friday evening about seven
in this vicinity Saturday visiting friends With what he thought,with what I knew,
3.30 o'clock the bicycle race took night.J. ual. In some manner or other there o'clock a lamp struck the floor, broke
on both sides of the lake. He denies We might have touched the world we two,
And seen accomplished in our time place iu front of the white public school should be enacted and enforced laws and set fire to a house up near tbe At.
feeding his eggplant to worms this M. Carroll and Jack Evans left
past The purport of that mystic thy me. house, a distance of five miles was run. that will compel justice to all concerned lantic Laundry, occupied by a colored
but the other fellow did and Monday morning for Narcoossee their
season
says The Supreme Powers made me plaiu of face The contestants were S. D. Dollar, of Discrimination in favor of either interestcan woman by the name of Ada Johnson, and
raised a fine crop of worms but as to And withheld the easy winning grace \ old home. They are satisfied with their
Miami, against Eugene Williams, of but lead to disaster. The crippling before it could be put out managed to
their profitableness he won't That moves unchallenged to social place.In find here and will probably come back
say. this Several others participated of either interest will be the house it started In.
not
lieu of thee gifts:; they gave to me, place. again. a stumbling destroy only
.
Capt. J. P. McKenna, of the Home A share in my cousin's Jan's destiny including Taylor Gilreath and Gettys block in the way of general prosperity but was carried by the strong east wind

Guards caller at this office So clear I saw, that I could say Williams. In the ten rounds Eugene We are glad to know that the Lord's At the convention of the State and to a house adjoining on the west whichwas
was a on To him however dark the day
business Tuesday. lie informs us that "Jan; surely as"God above doth lire Williams had gained a round over his people have not forgotten; us. Sunday United States Railroad Commissioners, also, with its contents entirely de

it is his intention so have the guards as Greatness{ he means to us t: give." miami rival, and of course was awardedthe night Rev. Walker delivered an able held in Washington on May 10, Presi- stroyed. Ada Johnson's loss on furni.

well drilled a home company as any lie 1istene well pleased yet iily. thought, first prize, which was a $g 00 tea set sermon. The house was filled and dent M. E. Ingalls, of the Cleveland, ture, clothing and household utensilswas

along the coast, and always ready to I wish the in message had been broughtBy furnished by Idner & Son, free, for the everyone seemed benefitted thereby.The Cincinnati Chicago and St. Louis railroad probably about $350.
one and
!grace beauty wrought,
call occasion. Gettys won the second prize; delivered an address which was The house on the west was occupied
,answer an emergency at any time. For beneath a soft,poetic mien
That the captain's name is on our subscription Lurked the Flemish trader, sharp and keen, a silver knife and $3.00. The Palm grandest and most enjoyable partyof full of food for thought for those who by John Sawyer, one of the oldest colored -

list is his own fault, but one Who meant drive hard bargain with Fate, Beach boys went frantic with enthusi: the season was a grand ball in South i I are charged with railroad supervision. residents on Lake Worth, who,

for which we will forgive him this time. Undeterred by the ratings of my empty' pate.He'd asm over the victory of one of their Hypoluxo Friday night. Ice cream and I Among other things he said:' "Never in with his wife, was absent from home at

not chivalry euough to stoopSo boys. He was lifted with his wheel cake were among the luxuries and watermelon the history of railroads have tariffs the time.so everything he had in the
much as a hairs breadth to help me
Last week Thursday what might pos- While I'd have given my heart and soul up. into the air, and many cheers went up was plentiful. All had a good been so little respected as today. Private house, including not only his furniture,

, sibly be called a recreation party was To help him onward to his goal. from the crowd. time, and why we know that they did, arrangements and understandings: but also quite a stock of provisionswhich

given by the Misse&Ellen and Margar I'd predicted him honor and he would see On Friday night the crowd from Miami they did not go home until morning. are more plentiful than regular rates. he had laid in for the Summer

eutski Clow at S. C. Clow's Dixie residence His honors were"mated worthily. returned on train No. 35. Those --- 4.* -- The large shippers and irresponsible and $10 in money was all consumed,
"All or nothing, said Csesar, and 1 so said he,
in honor of their friend, Miss Forgetting In his selfish pride that remained retired to Lauther's Hal MANGOMA MITTERINGS.. shippers are obtaining advantages his total loss being over $ISO. John

Grace Elliott's fourteenth birthday (she Ambition was bin vital side where a ball was held under the man- which sooner or later, will prove the !i' should have not only the sympathy, but

acknowledges to at least that age, although And the old dreams would hold their placeOf agement of Daniel M. Geaurideau. Woods rather dry n 1>ain and fires ruin of small shippers and in the end !| also some assistance from our citizens

we mistrust she is nearer "sweet vantage gainst:; the fairest face. The gathering was very quiet, not one noticeable in several directions.Mrs. will break up many commercial houses Ito put him on his feet again. The Johnson -
In each human lot must be something fore- I,
sixteen.") A variety of recreations was gone. arrest being made to our knowledge and ruin the railways. If something is house was of two stories and the

indulged in, including hunting turtle Some rood is for all; all good is for none. during the entire day. The manner in A. E. Heyser of Juno, was a not done to remedy the situation the Sawyer house of one, and both were en-

nests on the beach, surf bathing and gastronomic To the fair.happy lives and ea..y ways. which the affairs were conducted and visitor on the East Side for a few days small shippers will be extinguished, anda tirely consumed. Their value was prob-

feats the latter owing to the To the great self-denial, laborious day. the orderly conduct of the picnicker last week. few men with large capital will control ': ably somewhere in the neighborhood of
And genius is
genius, because it can seeAnd
variety and extra quality of the viands, toil on unch red in adversity won many friends for the race amongour Miss Rosa Forrey, ex-school marm at i the entire merchandise business of the $500. Both houses were owned by C. W.

being decided the, most enjoyable. Fun -E H. S. best white citizens. Mangonia, was visiting friends here country."-Gainesville Sun. Hilliard, of Dinsmore, Fla
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I' 1I 1 ,, 2 THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1898. -

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: FLORIDA. SUGAR. to go,there. (at_his.own_ expense]l nab ?OC i

::; % Cnqjbl! Sfra.UY speak a good word for ns'ori FJorida
The
Philadelphia -
Grocery World, of Day. As Florida seems to,be unable

3 4 .m, speaking about, the sugar to speak for herself it is to be hoped .

t I I. METCALF .- EDITOR:' production of Florida, says: somebody will.speak for her-not New Goods .

[, r a "There were 8,000 acres of .cane forgetting even Dade County'scorner. Spring 4T4

MEMBER OF, grown in Florida last year, resulting in z. .

; Florida Press Association the manufacture. of 61,000 barrels of . . <

syrup and 1,150,000 pounds of sugar, of that
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i ''Y' AFFILIATED WITH is POSSIBLE Dewey, Sampson & Co. ii
'the aggregate'value of 1710,000, or$88.62 al Koto Furchgott
Scbley, et are firing more
National
Editorial
Association._ per acre, which .is a good thing, inasmuch stars into.our flag every time they ,

as it is no work and not as . .
more
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fire their guns at the Spaniards ? . . .
SUBSCRIP7ION: much expesee to grow an acre of sugar House ill the State, have in r

I : > One Tear,In advanc*,.._._....__.$2.00 cane as it is an ,acre of corn, as it takes It almost looks so at present. The Leading and Largest Dry GOOds, Carpet, :Millinery and Goods Clothing, inclUding Poretgl1 and Domestic

J 4 ) .. Six: Months,In advance,...*...___*1.00 much less fertilizer to grow the cane" ...... stock, and are daily receiving 1arg'e quantities'of New White Spring India, Linens, Checked Nail1sookJ, Prints,
t', ;l v. Three Months. advance.,.,_.-__. CO Dress Goods Silks, Organdies, Fancy Wash Goods which are offered DOW at our Popular Low
I These figures are, probably all As UNCLE SAM has been getting;: a Hosiery, Notions Laces Embroideries Straw Hats, Btc", such as Silks, Dress Goods, Cigars H0s-
as. -
I Il1 I Ifl V right but concluding remarks little short of homesteads lately he Prices. A large quantity of goods are imported direct by .
fl :; : PCELI8fED.EyEay'TBCR8DA7 AT'WIST rUM and Organdies. Samples cheerfully sent on applica oD. a. low rites
: area little misleading. is few bout fiery. line.of, Spring Goods as P as i .
ki f' securing a more now so and complete
offer a large
BtACH Wholesale Trade
; > DADE COUNTY,'FLORIDA. To our we Discounts : rdWe solicit thes--.-= .
i. I From what we can learn it is as as to be sure of having enough too 'any bouse.ln the United Stales Liberal Terms and assuring the usual them Cash that we shall give them very 10TOt *-

f t't EHTBS.R9 much. or more work to raise an acre around in case any more are needed. patronage of the merchants throughout the State,
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t f ; BSACH'AS SECOND-CLASS :MATTER. of cane as it is to raise an acre of ....... Bible y T T prices.* T T ITTTTTTTT T . . "TTTTTT..T TTT'.TTWe -

;P12! 1 corn and the cost will be considerably line of OlothinJ, Gents' Fur.
and elegant
f .. WILLIAM: N. SHEATS, State Superintendent .: are showing a large :
Pioneer P'.perolDad.Connty,and the Oldest more. Shades Lace Curtains, T vivtrt' f
Window
of Instruction has made Matting ft",
Carpets
::1Ij, -- Publication on the East Coast of Another thing is that, while on nishings, ,
--i! i1 ___ Florida between TltnsTlIle his semi-annual apportionment of .Etc. at Low Prices. .
some of the richer land cane'ma .,. ,..
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,t lj .... dollars. The rate is seventy cents a \ ., ; t< |
; ,. 'of Florida. and it will do and pay better for being ,
I ict to the at-
I pupil according average
t ..ai' fertilized on land. \
any .
1 .
i' : Li tendance and of the above amount Fla.
I .
I ,;; Even allowing all these extra expenses Jacksonville, .
i 1 1 ; THE GOVFR.: OR h appointed J.A. Dade county gets $326.90, only four 10-2197 .' *
over corn, one can see ;[:' *
i 'ft( r ; McEvoy, of Buena. Vista_ a Notary any getting lees. The only way for this >
from the abova that
I figures raisingcane
,, : Public for the state at large. to benefit from this
county get more .
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., ;;' i is profitable this Statemuchmore
j; j I ,. """" fund is for the teachers and patrons A J
1 so than raising corn in any
; ::; THE VEGETABLE CROP has been Stale. of our schools to work to increasethe
i :;. 4 '
: abont'all marketed now and next in average attendance of the 8chol- .
The United
States
about
i ', ni buys t
;, r ,order will! come the crop reports and ars. It is to be hoped they will al
worth of
$100,000,000 foreign sugar DEALER HARDWAR.lr'm.
.
l' 'I t .' "t'. then:pineapple. shippers will be- every year and the consumptionis work together with this end in view E. GRUBE-R, .

I t h ,', gin shipping their crop.SoSiE increasing. There is no reason and try to do better this coming' ,t-

: """" why Florida farmers who already school year tt7J ; k
d C
F FOOL FELLOW wants to know o an roc ery,
_
il : raise sugar cane should not increase -\T.:
:\ ::1'.J,i ,"' if f Dewey is a democrat or a republi i I
i >: 'k their acreage, and others who are : : .
c u ) The Spaniards found out' he Glassware,Lamps and Lanterns.
,. II Ij' Ii 1"n. not raising any should begin to i "
I t j American GhATTAY00i 4 "-' All Kinds of Boat Coods.-.
: t was an to a. dead moral plant, so that some of this immense x... CEO KO W "

Jt f ::1-: r h" ",>,, : certainly and that is all we care to amount of money may he brought '.-.. -.,' ,' .- .-:' .1': f.-/'. ,.,.,-,:,t;, ; .. :' Stores Tinware,Doors,Sash a fAll m

,1.1 ... .
r. ;,; know just now. down: this way instead of being al- y. < Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting Good:
--A ..
-t.
t i lowed to go to benefit foreign plant r ',!..;. ,::':'cr", Caroline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene on Stoves.
t ; TaR FIRST, WATERMELONS of the ..F", ., -., :- Harrison:Bros.? Ready Mixed Paints.A .
: season to appear in the Jacksonville ers. --'. -'---- Mail Ordew GSiven Frompt Attention. U.I7.
\ While ad vocating cane ..'Jf. < .' ,' ;
\ : .market came frum Bade County and sugar growing ..
.' in Florida, however, we do not .... .' .,
r. sold for one dollar apiece. It will do ; "

no harm;for: all onr readers to remember wish any misled ling statements! 'y PROFESSIONAL CARDS LEGAL NOTICES. _
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be made about the of the business ,
: profits t:" .
"j this fact. ."... ,
hence oar republishing of the j
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f..! l above article and these comments on .t'1". W I. METCALF, Q NOTICE OF APPLICATION DISCHARGE Pop .,YINU.
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1 HON!. W. E. GLADSTONE, the great- ,;" -'
s 1 cst.Engtjebman.of the it. Florida will grow sugar cane and ,', ATTORNEY-AT. LAW You r Notice is hereby given that Six MoutB*ftN
:1 present century
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I! f grow it profitably, and we invite all ? NOTARY PUBLIC.Will this date I shall apply to the Comity Judged

f i' I died at his home at Hawarden, who are not already here to come ,. --.- practice in County,Stale and Federal KNOW Dade County,Florida for final discharge?,from\ ]
::1 II': Eng May 18th. He was born Dec. Courts.LAND the administration of the Estate of William E.
!''l and try it for themselves. .. ; ";' CASES A SPECIALTY.Office Parkin,late of Dade County,deceased,
>
H / 30tb 1809 lived
t r; },, a useful, illustrious ,'.;"';,- ;, in TROPICAL SUN Block Jlortda. That the KATE B. PARKI5T '
*"! life and dies fall of honors and West Palm Beach, Dade County, !
.<* i; : AdmbWtratdx..o
_ mourned sincerely.wherever the Eng- KICKS ABOUT TAX SALES. "" ." We Paint Beach.Fla.,February 14 ISgS. x',
lish language is spoken. J"t :. GEORGE M. EOBBINS. WALTER 8. GRAHAM.

From the Bartow Courier Inform -
1ti ant of May 18, we reproduce the following ow V !t ..:, ". ,.....),">. : '>':- ATTORNEYS. LAW, N .

FOURTH OF JULY will soonbe.here as.a..kick against the present :. : <' -i.C t:: "'' t ... Will practice itl all the courts, State and OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE-April 25. 1808.,FLA,,t} L".-.
and i8 the time ball law J : 7 f.f.t Federal. Special facilities for examining and Notice is hereby given that the lo --
now to start the tax ) which, 'according .to Mr. -* r -VT' ?. i Now York
i ,.. i;>1 perfecting:land titles. named settler has filed notice of his Intentionto
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...... "rojjinif anything. to be done. to Wilder, is a deception and a snare: ;' '' f I ''(: Any We business have closed from our the West Lake Palm Worth Beach section office or that make said final proof proof will In be support made before his claim Clerk Circuit gad

celebrate the day. Don't wait to be northern part of Dade Courty should be referred Court ,Fla vfr -.
,
at
:
I notice in issue of the 4th Juno on June II 1898 :
i your Miami office
>> Give either to onr Tltnsville(.r Wrote Over ,
reminded of it again but up and it inst. a long list of lands in our county ... .., and will receive proper attention. Judqe B. idler, of Neptune, Fla.,' ;;

:f it and givens another celebration of offered for sale by Tax Collector Tituaville,Brevard County County Florida., and Miami 10-21.97 Dade $15ooooooo.ooNew S Hd...-L 23596.43 E.for. the NEB of SE& 'Sec.ao, Tp.- '41 I:-

whip'li nest Palm Bench can be Boyd, and having had some experience He names the following witnesses to prove Us .
continuous residence and cultivation rf,
'' upon
t proud. Of course the TROPICAL SUN in buying lands at such sales I FRANK W. POPE. D. C.CAMPBELL. said land viz ,-

is ready as usual, to do all i in its write this communication to warn pOPE & CAMPBELL, -. Insurance L A.H.M.Fisher Field,of of Jupiter.Juno... Flft.E. ..Fla..
i to make innocent parties 'that under the ex- .Peterson,
power everything a success C. A. Woodruff. "
;: ,,1 -only let us know what is expected isting revenue laws of Florida par A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS A T LAW. During 4-23 W. G.ROBINSON, Register.The .

ties purchasing lands at such sales 111 East Bay Street,
1897. ;
'of us and when. TheStUL.J.0.',
will in ninety-nine cases out of one 8-3-97 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
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t. hundred, fail to get what they Cade Goanty.State Bank

THE CAS lXG' FACTORY will be in buy. The revenue laws as amendedby 1- HOOD, M. D..
working order in time to handle this the Legislature of 1897, Sec. 50 H.C. Has Now Palm Beach, Florida.

i 'seasons crop of pines, if no accident require the lands offered for sale by '.\>',, PHYSICIAN AND-8URGEDN.

.bairns, '-so 3-00 had better see if tax collectors to be advertised once :- Office and Residence near Royal Polndana Life Insurance in Authorized Capital $100,000, .:

eah week for five consecutive weeks : : Hotel PALM BEACH.
1 18-1-97
I you cannot arrange with them for 'J Force of i Paid Up Capital $15,000. -
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which may be construed to mean 28 '
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'i ; 4 the handling of your crop, for the -
l probabilities are that, they will pay or 35 days. Sec. 55 shows what E W: PUGH, M. D., Over
kind of certificate the collector OFFICERS:
you more than you would get if you makes out and assigns. Sec. 57 '. .0 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. E. N. DIIlICK, President.U. .

9 ,, :' f ship your pines North and take your gives two years for redemption.Sec. Office in rear of Dimick's Drug Store. 950000000.00 D. HENDRICKSON, VicePresident.GEO. .
Residence-West Side of Olive Street, Q Doors
chances, to say nothing about the 60 gives the clerk's duty with a South of Clematis Avenue. And Has L. BRANNING, Cashier

f : extra expense.of crates, wrapping proviso, that if the lands for which 3-26.90 WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. S

i' !i and packing. Yon had better eee the deeds were desired had been ad. a Branch Office at) West Palm Baaol. .';

J the canning factory folks before you vertised as required by law etc. Sec. A Chance to do Your TJ B. POTTER, M. D., Office Hours From 10 &.m. to x p. to.

a : ;{ :invest in crates and wrapping paper. 61 gives an additional 30 days be- SurplusOver
sides the two years for redemption. 3-23-93 PALM BEACH. FLAT General BankingBusinessTraiisa<l ;
t
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i Sec. 64 allows the original owner Collections promptly remitted on day of
l
I FIGS WILL GROW here with much four years to enter suit for recovery. A. PUGH, 48000000. receipt., Drafts bought and sold on the prla-

'. w 'less care and cultivation, apparently From first to last there is a stretchof cipal cities of the United States. 4-29-97.. '
DENTIST.
:tban many other kinds of fruit, but six years and thirty days that the
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
it \fouM.hardly be advisable to purchaser of lands sold at tax salesis Used s
go : Local Anaesthetic In Extraction Clematis
subject to litigation and this of Teeth. Strongest Comp'yIn Avenue
: raising them for the northern rtark : Teeth Extracted Without Pain.
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et as they do not stand chipping kind: of business does not suit us as OFFlCEMth Door from Cor. Clematis Ave.
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Job1
et farmers and stock raisers. and Olive St.
i .very well. It would pay however, if 7 2.9G WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA. the WorldAny Supply Store-::
,' The redemption law is said to be _,1
settlea had half e- .
i I every & dozen or .. '
in favor of
the
poor man, giving One West Florida
P '' T. DANIEL Contemplating ::- Palm Beach, ,
more fig trees growing around his L.
Let if
time etc. ns see, I am not
:'. : 'house for the ripe fruit is fine ealing able to pay my state and county tax DENTIST. Insuring Hisi J. D. MATHS, Proprietor.

:s, ; ann'a way might also be found to now, will an additional tax of 25 COCOA, INDIAN RIVER, FLO RID A.1-28-88 Her (Successor t.Branalag's Bakery aid Gray Ct)

'dry or preserve them so they could per cent. per annum make me more or Life, My Motto-"Quick Sales and Small Profits.

1. ;I 'be made- marketable in one of these able, and two years for redemption WALLACE R. MOSES, Should Write to the Bakery Goods and

gives 50 per cent. Such a tune as
t' .a that might have been Successor to A. W. Robert, Undersigned. Family
before Groceries
1 : ,fair quantity of ripe n Des could sung

I probably be sold right here in town. the The freeze law but is not now. in Agent REAL for West ESTATE Palm Beach AND INSURANCE Town Lots,,also .....My Specialty.Goods .

,! ',It will .be perfectly safe to grow a deceptive this mat work West Palm Beach Water Works.
few figs. ter. I have money tied up in such Clematis NOTARY Avenue,near PUBLIC.Olive Street. COUPON.PEREZ delivered free to any partof

"'..... land sales now that I need for the 5-21-97 West Palm Beach, Florida. the City or across the Lake.

comfort of my family and it is my F. HUFF, Manager, All Orders Given Prompt Attention

\ r. :YELLOW FEVER is pre-eminently a i purpose in this article to keep othersout GUY METCALF, The Equitable Life of N.Y., Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest

i y 'dirt disease, so the eleuner you keep i of trouble for the sale of such Jacksonville prices paid for country produce.

i yoomU ..4 yotr mrottdingv the I lead U only a bid for your pare NOTARY PUBLICFor Florida. Bay of me and I will nave you money. 6-1-97
the State of Florid at
114 liable ',OIl are to ha M ck.. dollars with a promise of 25 per cent Deeds Mortgages.: Leases and Contracts Large. I would like to receive an example --

General when you can get it. E. G. WILDER.As Drafted.
Butler" showed New Orleans '.' Conveyancing a Specialty.All of your NEW POLICY M. D. L. DODSON.

how to get rid of yellow fever and ::; :t<-..! Work Guaranteed Legally Correct adapted to

keep rid of it. and .lie did it principally FLORIDA is NOT to be represented ( Office in TROPICAL SUN Block, my age.I @iMiami
West Palm Beach, Dade Counts, Florida.
by turning the MWissip-i into fully as a State at the Omaha u :, ': was born on the
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the city and washing: }it clean and Exposition, we wonder if she will FRANKLIN SHEEN. GEO. O. BUTLER. day of .' Florida.
8.28-5.
forced every body to keep it clean. If make any effort to make any showing ; :;" ', SHEEN & BUTLER. 3
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Uncle Sam ever gels Control of or speak for herself or even get SURVEYORS AND-CIVIL ENGINEERS. I .18. SEMINOLE BARBERSHOP. '

Cuba yellow fever will be driven out any one to speak for her on the one I Office at West Film Beach D. M.GEACBIDEAC,Manager,

of Havana inside of"two years and or two days that will fall to her II I ,. ... Lands legally subdivided and maps fur Name......... FIRST-CLASS TONSORIAL WORK
nished. Selecting and
grading lands, locat
kept out, and it will be done simplyby hare ftmOJJ the special days to be ing and estimating timber a specialtv.: Care- New Furniture-Eyerythlng Neat
ful and correct work .
cleaning the city. Get clean and.given l to the States and known as <,; by mall receive guaranteed.prompt All atten com.mnnications Address..................................... Shop snder Seminole and Clean.
tion. Maps and Blue Prints
j keep clean and ,you ran defy yellow|those States' days? It is barely possible WEST PALM BEACH.at FLA.Lowed. 11.7.95Subscribe Prices. 1021.97 Hotel West Palm Bettb flu

I _. .. fever either individual that some -
i U9 un or as a one having the good -
j 'r" .
4 city of the State at The man who cheats the printer ont of t
\ I l.t heart may be induced : for He SE -
,.. Try THE SUN for Job Work. cent wi'l never reach the heavenly Und wfcere
old Elijah went.-St. I'eteriburg Times.
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THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, THOR8DAYL,"MAY 26, 1898t _' _'JJ AI.. _....
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A LAND; OF PLENTY... few head of chickens and hogs a, cow SAMUEL B. MILLER. CIARZNCZ.._ C.=). iroJ '
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cith"his REYNOLDS & HULL Established 1841. .
or. .two:, patch of corn and beans
.Hondurai.C. A.,'the Richest of the SOB-'
a few banana 'arid plantain trees, without -I

Tropical recently Republics. this world.a care They or worry need about very few the clothes rest of WHOLESALE. AND RETAIL DEALERS .,: S. B. MILLER & CO

Hiving \ returned 'to my and in fact wear but little the children_

native state from a nine-months sojournin going naked until they attain the age qtiah Gystsrs Gdms WHOLESALE 4

Spanish Honduras one of the Central of 12 years. As a whole they are ignorant Commission Fish Dealers

American Republics I have been but a very hospitable people. ,

persuaded by friends to give a brief de Honduras also has some of the finest '

scription of that country just as I found timber in Central America-Mahogany. and Grssn q'UrtZ.s., S ; No. 7 Fulton Fish Market, NEW YORK. .

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It-thc natural resources the occupationand a beautiful red cedar, log or dye woods \ the sale of Spanish
Special Attention given Pompano ..s
mode of life of the :native,'popnlatfon and various others in endless *
quantity.A SERVICE TWICE A DAY. '.. Mackerel, Blue Fish, Etc. i .\ #
the' principal industries
etc.-for Americans
great are already Wholesale'FishDealer
many l'ulton and Market National Bank
References: or any
the benefit of the SUN'S many readers engaged in the mahogany business on We catered to the best trade'last year and in the United States. __. ...

some learn of whom are probably anxious to the line of railroad shipping the same are fully prepared to do so this season. t F Stencils furnished on appli 3tiou. 11-,..ltl-bat. .' .
something of that tropical land, by steamer to New'York from Puerto ; \

We left !Mobile the first of last September (Cortez. .

oti the British fruiter "Sea Gull" There are numberless small mountain
SPECIAL ATTENTION A
landing at the inland of Bonacco eight streams and many large rivers throughout POPE McLAUfilN JACKS-WHOLESALE-t .OR ,

days afterward. Bonacco Is'the most the republic with water as clear asa IS GIVEN TO ORDERS FROM

easterly of a group of three beautiful crystal and so cool that ice will never

islands lying to the north of Honduras 1 be needed by towns located on them; -"The East Side. Fruits and rProduceCommission :

about thirty miles from the coast in the and it is stated that there is not stream .

Caribbean Sea. These islands once belonged in Honduras which does not contain ."

to England but are now Honduras gold in more or less quantities. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. 11.4.97 Merchants.

possessions. The three have a Coffee and cocoa, as well as rubber .......
majority of Eoglish-speaking inhabitants and sarsaparilla also flourish there and Fancy Grades of flrittetr and Ghees'

with good schools and churches are exported in large'gain ties. If you are thinking of irrigating your truck farm / Solicit Your Business.We ,.
We
something you do not tiad on,the main I II From Baracoa, fourteen miles out of .IRRIGATION pftxeapple field ot orange grove send me auto area ii
land unless at I you wish to cover and fall information of what you only soUclt the business ot Merchants and \UU Not fltt orders from Conitjmer - Tegucigalpa, the capital. I Puerto Cortez on the railroad, to San want and I will be glad to furnish all information sbOld1'iiom their home\\ al n. .* totrq7
The city of Bonacco has a population I Pedro, a distance of thirtp-eight miles, desired and give estimate of cost.

of about soo whites the Commandante you pass through nothing but banana
J. G. CHRISTOPHER
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and Alcalde being the only two Span plantations. These bananas are bought '
lards in the T1TIT1 H f| ft New house; best accommodations on the
city. regularly Macheca :Bros. of Machinery and Mill Supplies.
by New
Thc'peoplc :are chiefly occupied in Orleans who run steamers twice a AL H Kr M II HOTEL I Fast Coast; table first-class, sad every
raising bananas Irrigating Machinery a Specialty. 1 ILlJUUU convenience and comfort;' hot and cold
plantains cocoanuts week when they are cut and shipped by 10-21-97 JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
and pineapples while a number of rail to Puerto Cortez every Wednesdayfor baths; modem improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section; close

... small boat-building shops give employment the steamer. to the Inlet; fish and oysters in abundance. .. ,-!; ,

to a good many men. The city is Further up the interior you*get into '
Terms Moderate. \
not on the island but is built upon keys the coffee and cocoa district. When Our

and over the water between them the reaching there you are in a mountainous l1m.J r1c Ic' 5prif} J. L. JENSEN, Proprietor,

main street consisting o( a wide side
country, the most beautiful man ever
walk built upon piling with walks leading gazed upon with streams of the, purest 4 Styles ; ". JENSEN, BBEVARD COUNTY.,FLORIDA.

out from either side to the_residen crystal waters plunging down the mountain ::4 'Li CS-Don't fail to stop at Jensen when visiting the Indian River. 13.1697t

ces, and boats are largely used to get sides sparkling like champagne as

around and do business in. j the suns rays strike them. Here is where i for m n's Wear

Leaving Bonacco we sailed for Puerto you need two good blankets at night, \
Cortex the port of entry for Honduras and \ .Are all in. The largest and handsomestline ;
where
you can pack up your mosquito ll BROS.
and the terminus of the Inter-oceanic bar and send it back to the sea coast. of Woolens in the South. Best work, LITTLE

Railway Company, now being built from i to await jour return. 4 best finish, best fit and lowest prices. Suits

the port on the east to Amapala on the An American with a little push.and to'forder: $12.00 $13.50 $15.00, $16.00, 8

Pacific coast. I energy and a teva bandied dollars can goo $18.00 $20.00 $22.50, $25.00 and up. Fertilizer 3 plosplate ornpaiy,

A.t the boat arrived within fifteen PANTS-fr.75 /3.00,13.50. Rf. $5.00,
| t that country, embark in roost an? t; c.
miles oJ the coast the beautiful green mercantile pursuit, treat the natires $6.oofi7.r. aud'.u I 3ackso willeFlorida.,

mountains of this tropical country some right and he can, in my opinion I
peaks of which teach an altitude of I make mote money and make it faster MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT-Samples Self-Measurement. Blank sent II I ,

8oco feet, began to show out in bold ban he can here in the States where :on application. I' If you are requiring Fertilizers for .

relief against a clear blue sky. Reaching I prices are cut and competition so keen. I Vegetables Pineapples Me write to .
,
Puerto Cortez. found The Price Tailor -
we ourselves i But to go there as a wage-earner will Popular i
safely docked in a fine harbor with the not do, you will surely get left. L I V'l .' '. us and we can give you more value .

city on the east of us and green majestic WILLIAM BICKWELL 13 Main Jacksonville Fla.I:6Y" for your money than any other Manufacturer .

mountains sloping toward the waters' West Palm Beach. May 21, 1898. wi., '
Dealer this State .
or
edge on the western side of the harbor. ... or

Puerto Cortez is built on a peninsular, Army and Navy Ranks (: We do Dyeing Cleaning Repairing Altering and Pressing. i"28-97 from any other State. Write for pam, .

very narrow with a lagoon or marsh to .. address. .11.1297t
the east which is the cause of a little -- phlets, prices, etc., to above .
Commodore Dewey's promotion to be
malaria fever during the wet seasons.It ear admiral brings to mind the fact that
.
has a population of about most
2,500 ,'cry'few persons! says the New, York NEW SEMINOLE HOTELOnly
ly who
Americans are either in the
Times, know what are the degrees _of
mercantile business or employed in Ocean Steamship, Company
naval rar.k or what relation they bear to
some capacity with the railroad
com. the rank af officers. The at. .
army pay Brick Hotel in Town.
pany; The old, original line of railway "
"SAVANNAH LINE.
ached to the various grades is a most
extends as far into the interior as Pimi- excellent standard of ineasnrment but WEST PALM: BEACH:, FDA; ,
enta, a distance of 56 miles. There .
are :
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the incumbent of an office does not carry 4 Florida
about eleven stations on the line the I Has recently'been completed built in the most sub- .
a tag stating the amount of his pay. THE SE"IINOLE "
1)rincfpalone: being San Pedro which Navy rank marks are unknown to the stantial manner and elegantly furnished; situatedon To New York 4And Boston.TMTL .- .

has a population of.6.000. It is very great mass of Americans because naval high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding a magnificent unobstructed _...._. )t,. "
high and healthy, and is making rapid view each way and guests enjoy perpetual breezes from all directions. xken.esA
officers are very rarely seen in uniform fs. Short Rail .ids to Savannah,
strides toward development. The city except on board their ships or in navy Cuisine and Service Strictly First-Class.
now has an ice factory, run by a Florida Short Sea Voyage. ''"
roan a yards. The four stars of an admiral Rates: $2 per day and up. Special Rates by the Week or Month.
; government distillery a large .
mean no more than the simple gold anchor Sailing from Savannah:
'saw mill and a number of wholesale
grocery and dry goods houses. of a cadet to most people. Whenit 11-4-lj GEORGE ZAPF, Manager. 5 Ships Each Week 5
comes to telling how a naval officer '
Honduras has not many large cities as -
rates as compared with an army officer,
; yet. the capital. Tegucigalpa, situatedsome All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. Writs for general
hardly anne outside of the service has .
200.miles in the interior being: the more than the vaguest idea. New Process" Blue Flame Oil Stoves information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on

largest with a population of probably WALTER HAWKINS Fla. Pass.
Agt,
Relative rank then runs as follows: E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager

25,000. Admiral with general vice admiral with Savannah Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. 3.10Florida

On all the along islands the belonging coast of the to Hondurasand mainland major lieutenant general general commodore rear admiral with brigs with Standard C light'g Co's Vapor Stoves

cocoanut farming Is as .
extensively engaged dier general, captain with colonel commander
in as the banana culture. On the OUR EAST COAST AGENTS: -
with lieutenant colonel lieuten East Coast R.y.
coast the trees extend for miles and C Stuart
ant commander with: major, lieutenantwith :.J H Niver, Daytona J Frink
miles, and are called"Cocoanut Walks. W P Sbryock, Ne.v Smyrna M E Gruber West Palm Beach
The nut does no good in the interior it captain lieutenant (junior grade) Frank T Budge Titusville M B Lyman Lantana TIME TABLE NO. 15. IN EFFECT MAY 16, 1898.
; with first lieutenant and ensign with sec Edward Stiling, Cocoa Stranahan & Co Fort Lauderdale, '
seems the salty atmosphere of the coast ond lieutenant. The sea pay of .naval 1 Geo F Paddison & Co, Ban Gallie Jordan & Spivey. Lemon City SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up).
is necessary for their profitable culture. Eau Gallie D R Lemon '
Hodgson Bros. Knight City NoUN ...
officers as compared with that of corresponding 0.
They will grow even where the breakers A Y W Hogg & Co Fort Pierce Frank T Budge, Miami E DaiJy STATIONS DDaW'n

wash their roots and their nuts drop i in ranks in the army, iQ as follows: Geo E Coon, Jensen W W Culbertsou, Cocoanut Grove 8 00p 970aLv............................J klOt1vill .............................Arp I1065s
... [ ..... .......... .
dire Admirals .OOO Seut.Gen.$11,00 410p 10 BOa Ar .. .... ..St.Angalone..L 185p .43
the bosom of old ocean. ArtmIral..H,000 ill J ir Gen.. 7.0) 1055. Lor..S, ._......................... IIOp 1415p
Leaving the coast and Commodore.....5,000Brig. General... ."..">()0 The Raymond D. Knight Co. 1110& ...............................Hasttn ...............................Ly.. .Cds 40a43p
entering the Captain ......... .- ,:iOO folonel ........... 3.500 'gyp II15 Ar..p alatka i ............................ .LT lliiPr5
i interior the vegetable growth is something fomnmnder ......3.500 Lieut.Colonel. 8.000 .ClOp 1045& Lor...............................Palatka ......... '"''''.............Ar 535 81'h
fearful and Lieut.Com... ...2,800Maor.....?...._ 2.50(1 SOLE STATE AGENTS, 93j' Ar......................... .San ateo........................... ... t320n
can only be ........ ... ....
imagined Lleutenan, L',4U0 Captain. 1,1OO '1 20a Ly....................... ....San MatM. ...................... ..Ar 0a5p115p
I by visiting the country and seeing it for Lieut.ij G.)._..l.HOO,Second First Lieut....... 1,50 10-21-97 Jacksonville, Florida -rIo,) ll Lor.......................::... t I'alatka..........................:..L'.. Up U:
Lieut
The Enllgn.l.200 1,400 lOOp lOOp" ................ .........Ormond.............................. a 714.7502p .
yourself. density of the growth There is a decrease; of to II ...................:....... Daytona............................. It t 62P lox
$200 $1,000 a
1 can be appreciated when learn thatit 11p II .............................Port Orange....................... .. II I" 0 ::a725p
you year in the shore pay of naval officers, Miami Florida 1 SSp ...........................New Smyrna ...,....................... It I20p O w1
is hardly possible to keep a cleared on Bay Biscayne, ...... 224p .............................Oak HiU. ............................ It 1 p ...
and a still a further decrease when they Hotel t I Miami ...... 3y02y II ............................. TltusviUe ...........................w 4 Dip .....
The Most Southern Railroad in r
right-of-way near the railroad track orders. In the I 1 Point ...... SS5p II ............................. City Poini........:................... II l2 adp ......
The soil in most sections is a are on waiting army United ...... 343p II .............................., Cocoa. ................................ 12 Z'lp ......
very mounted officers receive a little morethan the States. ...... 847p .............................P..ocklf'dee............................. II ills ,., ..
rich dark brown and will grow anything ...... .1&p II .............................Eau GaUle............................. It 1115. ......
those who are not mounted. The Accommodations for 200 Guests. Hotel Homelike and Comfortable. .... 426p "'.............................Melbourne............................. 11. ......
put in it. There is not muchfarming ...... 61211 II .............................Seba.'Itian............................. 1050, .,...
table shows that all the
naval ranks '
I engaged in as it be 12'16-97 S. GRAHAM/ Proprietor. ...... 8 Dip : ..............................St Lucie.. ........................... II 15a. .....
yet only remaining low commodore receive a larger compensation .......620p ............................Fort PIerce............................ II.. .bU ..,...
, for the go-ahead American to ..... 549p II .............................._Eden... ............................ Ilia.. ..
v than the corresponding rankin 5 ...... 551p II ...............................Jenseu.......................,....... II' ,01'.'......
settle there and show the native how to ...... 'Z 05p II ...............................Stuart.............................. 8 .. ...
farm. The natives the army. In the cases of naval cap ...... 'ZMp:! ............................Bobe&und........................... II 821..,..,
plant only small tains and commanders it is easy to U. D. HENDRICKSON ...... 'Z52p ...................:....... West Jupiter.......................... II S01. ......
patches of corn cane beans and rice perceive ..... 8001 ..._....................Wesi Palm Beacb......................... II 180& ....
the reason for this. Captains and ...... 9 00p ...............................Linton"'h ....................... e ......
the only implement used for the work ...... 94-4p ..........................Fort Laud..rdale..................... ... II 11&L.....
being the machette. The take commanders are command ranks, and ...... '022p ............................ Lemon City ............................ II $b......
man the officers in these erodes are Ubually General Merchandise. ...... 1030p Ar.................. ......Miami....... ... ................Ly 1.1
his machette
and down
chops the
placed in positions of the gravest responsibility BETWEEN NEW S11YRNA AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION.n. .
I growth from a "mansanna" or two of

land, (about i# acres our measurement]) as commanding officers of Wholesale Oils, Salt Groceries Ports t GI the '.)3INo.&ll,Lv.. ........ ..... AIOXS.eW' Smyrna. ....... .......Ar o.Pip!'\4.,
lets the sun kill and it then ships. Furthermore they are compelledto Gasolines 76 and 86. r r S, S, D lll[ .. ...........................Lake Helen '............... ....... .LT 12 Wb! 1 Op809p1138&
dry burns it do a considerable amount of entertaining a 20p 12 02p ....................... Orange City............................ itvp! $44.
off,leaving the trunks of all large trees ,8 2Spll21Op Ar.......... .. .. ...Orange City Junction.................... II 12 t_p i s.p
where they fall. Then the wife generally which puts them to much expense. Hats Caps Sloes Dry Goods Seeds Trains All trains between New Smyrna and Orange City.Jnnction Dally except unda7.
Again, naval officers when ,
goes out and the
opens grouncwith KEY WEST AND HAVANA.The
afloat are obliged to maintain separeate .
the point of a machette and drops ,
establishments for their families. Seri ladies gard steamship City of :Key West of the Florida East Coast Steamship Company 1M"
the corn planting it very thick with i [ are.. Miami for Key West on Mondays.Wednesday and Fridays after arrival of train frora JacktonTille -
the rows very close The. corn come ... ,making connections at Key West with steamers for Havana. Leave Key Wet S2J
pm. (standard time)on Tuesdays.Thursdays and Saturdays,arriving Miami next morale,
up and i? never touched again until i it Your Letters Opened. Agent for:Mapes'and Wittia&r Fertilizers : m time to connect with north bound train.

ripen, when they gather it; and let me -."- I These Time Tables show the times at which trains and boats may be expected arrive and
say to YOU readers that they fine< The postoffice department proposes Anti-Friction Iron Marine RailwayFor depart from the several stations and ports but their arrival or departure at the time
grow stated Is not guaranteed nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any -
corn in Honduras and lots of it to tbe< that postmasters shall open all letters on Boats 75 Feet in Length and Under. lonsequences arising therefrom.
Steamers For copy of local time card can at 228 West Hay Street Jacksonville or address
Another startler which no stamps have been -
mansanna. Last postage
: J.P.BECKWTTH.:) Traffic Manager. J. V. KAHXEB, A.G.P. A.
Christmas when Florida was having its placed, to discover the name of the "Lake Worth" and "Gladys" I St. AngnAtine.

cold weather I saw the prettiest corn writer.

in tassel that I ever looked at. In fact Parties who do not care to have the I On Lake Worth

anything will grow in that country that secrets of their correspondence thus violated i' I Schooner "MARY B." regularly between Lake Worth and JackeonvilliFree
grows in the south. can obviate this by patronizing

The native lives in his adobe building us and having their names printed on : Delivery boat on Lake Worth. .qth.s Stint'
Suscricf:
and as a rule is very indolent having a the outside of the envelope. 48.I.OT Lake Worth, Florida.


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I HINTS FOR .
U UI ri OMELETS. -- -
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.Established I87S.$ NC1r... .
Bow to Make So .. to.Be Tender and>of 111 -" 1j
VP I II CcitardJUke Appearance. T': :11&:1 i0.1"4iI

i'" ... Many careful and really dainty cooks I William A. ors '&',OO:3 : lfanage -

j 'I I never send a tender omelet to table.

, i t Perfect in form and color and Grain GAHCIA Prop. @ Jacksonville Ha
; ;, very appetizing .Garden Seeds and :
MASONIC. to look upon, it proves too sub : .
I' stantial almost to melt in the
mouth,
!l t eat-'.:=-of., the Grand Encamp as it should. A certain family had ban- No. 6 EAST BAT:STREET" -:- JACKSONVILLE, Fr; Bast $3.00 per.day:' Hotel in 'Florida; .

"k t Sir Knight ) From the Temple. ished this standby from their board, I I at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to.topat the Travetera hr.
k HWales! Lines: of Meriden, but have now,welcomed it back as it it We handle car 3
only the Best and
treasurer of most Eeliable Seeds.
the
grand"encampment Acolnplels Stock of
of the
were a newly discovered
dish
different
i ; so
}1 i.''''j' 1" .: Knights United States Tem, is the flaky concoction now served Hay, Corn, Oats Flour,' B an, Wheat; Grits,

i i ,! j: n plars) was born atXaugatuck to the leathery horror of yore. So rime
I' J 1 ta.d :rd 'j -- i n ple are the means that brought about Meal.Cottonseed ,Meal, : : ;N. We1shansL1
't
j' 1833. In 1863 bewasmadoailaon this change that they are given for the as- ,
; ape Benefit of our readers. -AT WHOLESALE-
:, .
I in Meriden lodge The "tender discovery" this
omelet
;' and was elected is now dubbed, and here is its history: state Agents Tygert-Allen: :}Fertilizer* Co. -STATEAGENTFO --- ti
master !in 1875, The women folk of the Star Brand Fertilizers-Guaranteed Analysis.
family had the ground Boue Orange tree and Vegetable
'% j; was exalted to the cozy, cheerful kitchen, as usual '111z"NI hrp no Nitrate Superior Sofa, Muriate of Potech tiiuphate Potasn,Knit, -
s to in
S .,.;, degree of Royal Send for the Market,And a trial will convince
Catalogue Free
I j Arch Mason in themselves on Sunday evening, and I a ,&. Martinez :Paints
: 1 hot relish had ;
i Keystone been begged for by the ngman _

t and received th rpater.. It was Becky's turn to preside :'- 5-T
council degrees in f over the range: and she resolved to apply .
i3
: J Hamilton council some common sense hints she had -- Lime, Brick; Shingles,

1 in 18G5. In 1S66 i found in Rnmft snrh rnlnmn as this.. .
1 i I \':*l. Lou was knighted She dared not whisper "omelet.---- -- -She- The : Cement' : and;'Oo alTar
in Now Haven .
; ," I I! H. WALES LIXES.. might as well have suggested fried sole City : ,
and
I commandery
:
(leather).
(
"SJ fltettwafal&arter member of St. Elmo
1- commandery; Meriden and served six To make an omelet tender, she h dread '
years as eminent commander. Mr. Lines it must be cooked slowly, like a :"forSickl ers :peerl ess..Ce.ment\- Plaster. .--
was elected grand commander of the grand custard, and the eggs not whipped separately -, ,

I t 11' 7": fconiinandery lug filled: the various of'Connecticut subordinate In 1877 stations havI ,- few strokes, or even to render until frothy them ,smooth but only and a . 'M': a'r'k"e"; I 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville Florida. 10'11.97; -

: i .r-jmd-nt-tbe triennial conclave of the
grand not
i stringy. Two omelets of four
'I eggs
j, .r'' J : .encampment Ste Louis in of 1886 the he United was elected States held grand at each, cooked on small pans, were ad- yGEORGE-S.. ADAMS

*?''treasurer of''that body which position be vised for a good sized family rather Prop.

'(MBtlll holds., Mr..T-"-es has also received the than a large one of eight eggs; so she o. W. WEYIBREORT.Dealer
I Jt;'..thirty third and,Just degree in the Scottish put two frying pans about the size of a ,
I I : ,..,Bite and Js a,,member. of the Royal Order dinner plate to get very hot while she DEALER IN- '
J of Scotland.Most was whipping the eggs, adding to each 'In' Hardware

Eminent Grand Master Warren four a half teaspoonful. of salt, pepperto Florida and Western ,Mests ,
'
'I I La Rue 'Thomas of Baltimore has been taste and a teacupful of milk. Holding Mixed,'Paints.
'I and Gas Fitter
I. made an honorary member for life of Pitts- the pan to her cheek to test the heat Armour's Star Hams Ba-
\ ,f 4 burg cowman ery, ,No. 1, Knights Tem and finding it "sizzling," she pat in a ,
-
plars '
,1'i; $ teaspoonful of butter, and when this con and Bologna Tripe Tin Copper Hnd Sheerlton'W: tk. ''
-J.f_;' Pfemjer' Sagasta la a Freemason and had been spread over the by ,
; pan a
.: I I grand, master of the order in Spain. twirl of the handle the contents of one andPig's! Feet Domestic 8
We do'ot ask a brother i ,
to forsake his
of
i i j home for bis lodge, but we do ask him to therein.It the .bowls was stirred up and poured in' : Pipe'Fittings, and General Plumbing Supplies, Tin Rue;

; }; !": 'BtUJiid-uccafcionally, keep up his dues and Poultry, Venison" and Wild | Agate Ware, and House Furnishings of Every Kind.
j i look out for his family by keeping up his was left on the hot part of the

l I Interest in the good work that means an stove, the pan being gently shaken Turkeys, Butter and Eggs "
"ounce of prevention is better than a meanwhile, just long enough to make THE: AERMOTOR. CONSTRUCTOR of IRRIGATION ,FUSTS. "
1 pound of cure'\ln tho time of sickness. sure the bottom was evenly browned, a and'a full line" Vegetables -"
-
j Auburn Park lodge of Chicago,in which broad bladed knife thrust to the center I .
,C 1I1810r Carter was raised recently. has a'I once to nllnw the hot hntfpr to raanh on Work'Rnd 1rfaterlal. One **r KsvfFnrnisbeo. .'nromntlv.. .,
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\,! QItW-.hfJ'oi about sou,and oas one 01 this sensitive middle spot, which other." e e ,- (i 1-31-U .>
.i.'I r tab ftAc\t iotigerooms on the South Side. wise would scorch"before) the whole was t

: i I''! S The souvenir for tho triennial Knights brown. As the pan was hot, only the Mail Orders from any Re- FALM :BEACH; FLORIJDA.FURNITURE .
: Templars'concJaVe: to bo held at Pittsburg same time was allowed as would makea
1 1.i
1 : next October will be the most elaborate pancake ready to turn. A cook who sponsible Parties in the
thing of its kind
I ever issued. It will
con- D'e\"er
,
i trusts to guesswork, however,
thin no advertisements and
will be
ij' tive of Plttsbnrg and the industries deserlpI' of may remove the pan near the light and County; Receive Prompt

1,J Allegheny county lift the edges sufficiently to see if proper Sewing-Machines, '
,
"I'l The length of a Mason's cable tow is browning has taken place. .Attention. \ ,;. Machine Made, Light Running and ,,
I : measured by his own standard and he Upon the slow cooking at this stage j : ,.;.,"- : )
,
alone is responsible for that test of judge. depends the desired tenderness, so the \: .' -
ment. pan was covered with a saucepan lid aid oeoe.oo.: : ,f:' the famous Wall Trunk. Mat

I i Annual dues are to the several Masonicorganizations put where it would .only'just keep hot made to orer. A Complete ,
a what the circulation of- the" while the other omelet received its A, specialty is made' :Supplying "' Hue of

blood is.to the' body. Their prompt and share of attention. Ten minutes from 'A N I T'U R'E ,
a full payment Is equivalent to a healthy cir- the time the eggs were broken sufficed Winter I
f:cnlatlon Cottager, at Rock Bottom Prices both
of
d.lch blood -
gQ which
carries for the whole ;
health and performance, while la ) Retail.. Baby Carriages from |6 '
vigor to the
remotest estreml-
: tough omelet may be produced in five. Yachts, Private Cars 'and Go Carts. Refrigerator Chests,
ties.A The ten minute variety do not toughen -
member should have only one object when they cool and Parties. =
in view I in all his are therefore excel- : .
doings in connection _
with his lent for school sandwiches as a change t consignment of Oak Diners and ,
I" lodge, and that for the good of '" that will be sold '
; \ his lodge and the craft at large. from meatA very low., We +
celebrated French chef ,to whom II-JF-91 FLA.'e Famous Cleveland And Rambler.:

a lady sent her cook t\ ,
UNITED I WUKKMtN.Good to learn to make
... this very dish insisted upon a custard- given to our Mall Orders. '
Work Done by the Advisory Committee like appearance and we all know whata Satfsfaction, both in goods and
-Workshop Notes. 'crumbly horror is a baked custard I \ us, or send in;you orders to

4 ; Probably ono r.f the wisest things the cooked too quickly. His idea was precisely St.JACKSONVILLE FLA.,

i rapreino l Jdd d fUd was the appointing of ) the same as Becky's, but will bea The "
the advisory committee which was to new one. to many.-Chicago Record. Southern Feel & Supply E.. COOPER MT Co.: ONLY't900-;

gather and tai u1ato statistics. the order
F and"
i ako'tueh
f l 'recommendations to the How to Core EaJdDe. i
supreme lodge a* they might deem
., proper. An old WHOLESALE AND
*' This committee has done the order a vast time but good remedy to prevent RETAIL DEALERS IN.
i U ,amount of good In various way&-Wiscon the hair from falling out, says The

k ( sin Workman._ Woman's Home Companion, is a wash Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime
Forty new lodges have been Instituted made by steeping 3 large onions in a -: Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
in California during the last year three quart of rum or until the strength is
I .It' of them in ;San Francisco. drawn from the vegetables and applying -:- Cement and Shingles and

I I A Memocra In 'good standing at last it to the scalp every second day. The E. SUDLOW Gen'l Manager.
111" I' monthly report, 347,975. odor of the onion soon passes off, but if

"I I I ..i*0rand Recorder Tingle tbo new jurisdiction found disagreeable 10 drops of lavenderoil and
I I 4.>' of Oklahoma says; "Our jurisdic and 10 grains of ambergris will p'"NITRIFIED. PAVIN6.SIDEWALK BRICK Vegetable Fertilizers.Ammonia .
tion Is at thfi'tlmo making splendid overcome the scent. ,
I' .
growth, and we will spend considerablemoneyTnan
i effort to double
our member
1 How to Cook Dried Fruit Pot Pie. 5-6 per cent.
I &hIp 1. Ammonia
byATa Office 5-6 per cent
.
408TVest-Bay Available
I One-half dozen dried Street P.45 per cent. I
apples-one-hall! Available
i V: 1C\t i 8 from Tennessee point to 1'6- Potash K.a O. 7-8 P.A. 6-8 percent.
I dozen dried per cent.
la I i p4edpbl vityAGraud,Recorder Thorn p- I apricots, ane-half dozen Potash K.2 O. 9-10 per cent.
\' I son I I field and there is' an apparent revival of : almost done in a granite pan four or five Seed Meal and Tobacco Mixed in

,: .",Interest in the old.lodges. I' inches deep with just enough water to Equal Quantities.,

4t Tw"ds'hundrcd and ninety-nine death i '!i keep from sticking and scorching. Then Lake Worth SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN .
I Ice TO
,: Ula&aa; t 2OOO add three-fourths PRIVATE FORMULAS
f\ ,, $ and ono claim) of $1,000 I I cup granulated sugar,
I "jnjVe been presented to the grand lodge of I one teaspoonful lemon juice, two tablespoonfuls Pamphlet and Prices. W. F. ARMSTRONG
'Galt\\fosnJa.: the JR Agent
: during ,
year entailing a New Orleans molasses, but Manufacturers,
t" I :t..Wbi)3ipe4.a599... )--') I. ter the size of an egg. Stir well; 'then Retailers ami Shippers
I J\ ': .
I I .M':" ,.<_ \ I add dumplings iiiada as follows_n_ .. _, Onn___ Of '"
i: Zi r-hO.YAL: AttL NUM. : egg one-half sweet
: .;', cup milk a lit-
4"\i

I .1 I, t i) 'Retene',;;1,01,". Fund VVsaUtaace-Council For Members Notes.Who Need I j'jfol; powder.tie),salt one(not Mix\heaping quite one-fourth teaspoonful teaspoon-baking l Ike aid Distilled Ufater. & Comstock

I I Lei i so as to drop with flour
>i a council reserve fund. bo established and ,
drop over the top of fruit. Boil
25
i 'Jp every council,the
members
)\i J1 fl
.
i'' absolutely separate and distinct from the
general' Joan funds of tho council and i DEALERS IN
I How to Make ALL
Chicken
Gelatin. KINDS
Ij Dot tv l+qused: except for prescribed pur- : Factory at WEST: OF FISH.
Slice
cold roast chicken PALM
posesTtvhieh would bo enumerated in tho and lay in a
b11a ..;In.this way a council could with mold with alternate layers of cold boiled
1, in a j'ejy.few 'years placo itself where its tongue and occasional slices of hard 1da Eish

I members would know of a certainty that j boiled egg and season with celery salt T.
I I l recti they
j, ,1/j/ TbprVl Royal is really little Arcanum necessity Guide.for grand j j i over pint of the clear meat.brown It must gravy stand and pour for'12 it -- .. .- -. -. -. -. -. .- .. -. .- ._ .. .. -., : A:
counjpfl sessions '
; i more than once in two hours to harden before e
yeara.;atd the time and cutting. It is a Speeialty.CONSIGNMENTS -
I' l can 1 be ?' t'to; good use money in the stirring thus saved upI I I most of appetizing dish and 'a very nice'WJ.l ,j('aaufac .crer. of andYELLOW .
of th&e preparing cold meat for
1 e ouncils which are inclined tea.
I : to lag. I nealer in .. ._ ._ ._
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-v4m1T11 !regent uuirig m .orin Carolina 11.18-97.
closed:his'second term as grand regent; I How to Make RIce Croquette

1 with six I new councils to his credit a good A cup cf cold boiled rice' a teaspoonful 4
,.seed; ",.hqwe recall the difficulties of tho of sugar: and half as much salt, a Want
PINE a
past two years LOME
teaspoonful melted '
butter, an.egg beaten
2!t.A TaeSnber Is considered light,
in distress enough milk to make the rice Sell,and if we have
"whenlhrooghaccjdentor illness he is unable into stiff paste, sweet lard for frying. to suit,we can build STEAMBOA'Tn
to attend to his regular duties, and Work rice AND TIMBER. want.
.L also wheo'jhp/ls ftyerwbclnied by sickness butter Flour, egg, etc., into an.adhesive -
or deatD n1 his family. paste. your hands and

'J,, Vsyessnjeattrom all the I make into oval balls. Dip each into We are also
members to Mouldings Turned Prepared
beaten Work
,
egg, then in cracker dust and Fancy Scroll Work
I tne'tfiuprenje"treasury i To
t3lOOOOIlet/ amounts to over fry in boiling lard a few at a time, turning Pickets, Laths. Orange and Furnish_. ._..-Q,.
Vegetable
Crates.
I each with great care. When a'fine *\
i ice+rftrs t...Coder., of_Elks.' i Crown, take tint with a wire spoon and Outfits
ir.Oeoreo..P.vl: of Omaha lodge of ,; lay in a heated colander to drain off Jacksonville, -:- -:- for Irrigation.
:' "ElluVaVpresect' grand i trustee of the order 1 j every drop of fat s-
1 in the UnJlpd...States, will be a candidate i
; cf,Omalia, odgd.fof, grand secretary of the I J Write or call OM us for
: How to Make. Pain Perdue. Our Line Anything in x
order at the coming session New Indian
at Orfeatn. that
you need
River
.--Onaeha'a choice is being warmly Ii I.delicate bread into "fingers" an I Nurseries.Budded .5

I'" indorsed from all sections of the country. wide, three inches long and a hal .
I : Mr. Cronk was the originator the I inch thick. Spread with Citrus Trees of -
movement butter and a every variety Ot Sour Orange and Lemon Stock
that eventually reconciled the differences rich jam or jelly. Fit two together. Dip line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this ; Engineering Go
sectioi
between the two factions ,
of the in beaten eluding Budded
or and Mangoes,
ti der egg fry a golden brown. 50 Varieties of Crotons, 25 Varieties of
at the time known
as the Atlantic Serve Palms, Roses
with powdered Strawberry Plants, JACKSONVILLE
Pineapple
l Cltyaitltfamt.? +Awn elements. sugar and quar Slips, Etc. FLA. t
W tens )f lemon. JOHN .... .
>i Y B. BEACH, Proprietor .
it :- WEST PALM BEACH, Jacksonville

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MORE TOLD residences along the ,shores, on whose WATER AS A. MEDICINE.How .
WhIthtGHsaIs e'ket t
spacious grounds bloom,; blossom and to UM. Kfttnn'i ,Great Remedy to ThEEARMAN HOUSE-'

About the. Many Attractions Found grow the: most charming_ trees, shrubs Secure Bert BctolU. ;.. *

Here Last Winter. and :flowers known to tropical climes. How many people realize,the medicinal ," to, 'Supply. .' -

While, you are thus cruising you can value of water, asks Dr. J, F. you'with' ;'-.* Is now open for Winter Travel. ,
throw-O\'er fishlines and likely load Whitmeyer in the New York Tribune. *' t'f'. **
up '
(Editorial Cor.Troy, N.T.Budget) Best of.Accommodations. f *- .

Palm Beach, Florida, Wednesday, with bluefish. When you come to land who It is really safe appreciate to assert the that value the number of water 630!() Meats at Utiag.Prices, Table Best the Market Affords.BmttuK .

:March :3 '1898,-In my last, ,published on Pitt's Island' which contains seventeen .as a medicine are few in this or any -: in. Connection. T ""*''- ,* d\;.".,. -' "tt. .
acres! in its .area, yon will find an qtrss], C1'A '" '
Budget letter I wrote you about Florida other town. Yet if people devoted more Rates Reasonable' Short Distance from the if :
Depot. ?i
as the "Land of the Mighty Jaw,", ,referring isle of beauty in outline and tropical time and reason to the use of nature's Jeef ,- : "

to animals here specially' noted growths. When Pitts acquired the is great remedy and less time in,dosing !" t1'g ". Address MRS. S. EARMAN '

for their jaws. The warm weather, the land a number of years ago its sole human themselves with all sorts of compounda o- ', : .

genial air and the surroundings of Florida occupant, was a Robinson Crusoe for real and imaginary ailments it would d1nd-S gi 114.97 WEST PALM BEACH FLA:: +
hermit, his sole companion a tamed not be long before this country would .
of the animal
are great developers wildcat He had a cabin in the dense see a finer and healthier lot of peoplegenerally. Native Meats a specialty.Your .
kind. that
kingdom of this Finding .
that letter did not reach the Budget in shade of a huge banyan tree in a little Now, for the sake of illustrating the Patronage Solicited. *; :

time for publication in the Sunday's issue clearing in an almost impervious jungle, beneficial effect of water, take a. child BRELSFORD BROS ::J$

on'account of irregular mails, for and lived on bananas and fruits that who will not go to sleep, undress him Market on Banyan Street, "' .. .....
which it was written, and not feeling in grew there wild' in abundance and turtle and give him a good, warm bath; pat 't>o <

good writing mood in consequence of a which! came there, and fish. Then him dry and bundle him up for the 11-12 WEST PALM BEACH Real Estate and Insurance

cold snap here in which the thermometer great flocks of pelicans had roosted night The soothing and quieting effectof -

got down in the 6o's, I skipped a there for ages! and what money he the bath will become apparent long
.
before he is ready for the crib and unless : .
in needed he got by selling green turtles Palm Beach Florida. if
week I
my writing. now resume ,
ailment of
Worth he is Buffering from an JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President.
caught the island and in Lake .
where that last letter left me. If I remember on
some kind he will probably be asleep as RAYMOND D. KNIGHT, Yice-President
I toldresdersinthat about The island looks directly out on Lake to' bent
, right soon as his head touches the pillow. THOS. P. DENHAM, Cashier. Notary Fu.bli.cCottages
,the capture of a crocodile, which was Worth; over the lake to the inlet, with A celebrated specialist on diseases of
D. BAKER Assistant Cashier.
brought in here, but the story of which the white caps of the Atlantic in full I the skin once remarked; "If people JAMBS 6.1.97 Post.Office Building, North of Poinciana Hotel.FAMUEL ..

capture had .not reached me. That view, while the hymn of the waves of would use I more water in a systematic -

story came later. It is thus: the sea and the Gulf Stream breakingon manner, both internally and externally, ,'
LORD AND LADY COLEBROOK AND THE the shores sends up to the heavensa it would be necessary for me to take up 'National Bank of '"
another branch of medicine, as there xttBm'
CROCODILE. ceaseless monody of song. As Byron L. STORE GBORGBH.CHASB.ESTABLISHED POWERS..
would be little or no skin disease to ,'.f-.
Lord and Lady Colebrook have been wrote, there was; treat." 1885' : .

stopping at the big Flagler hotel here "A pleasure In the pathless woods- The systematic use of water as an internal ': ; ; ::AIt.. .g

for some time. Like true English lovers There waa a rapture on the lonely shore- medicine is of great value,'particularly the State of FloridaTRANSACTS I
There'was,society where none Intrudes
.
of had so to who are subjectto
sport they a yearning to capture By the deep sea,and music in Its roar persons S.L.STORER&Q.
the' biggest creature of the lizard disturbances of the stomach and other ;

species ef,the mighty jaw kind obtain the I quote the following description of portions of the alimentary tract. t-- A--, .,. .. ,
A gobletful or two of water at a moderate .
able in this everglade region-either SEA GRAPE I J
temperature when taken at night Wholesale Commission Dealers
crocodile or 'gator and their wish was and of the banyan tree, which I .
grow before retiring and the same quantityof GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS "
'
gratified. They called into, requisitiona wild and spontaneous here, from the hot water taken an hour before breakfast and Shippers of all Kinds of .# ; '
character here known as Alligator Joe. Rev. J. W. Harding- will go far toward maintaining a ." ; .

Joe is a big brawny fellow who has madea "It is worth the journey from the good state of health. This applies particularly '" :

profession of taking back holds with North to see the great sprawling sea : to persons who; are subject;: to Accounts of Bankers-' Lobsters : :. : ;Yf
gastric disturbance due to ,
'gators and crocodiles, and he knows grape tree, with broad; round lily pad indigestion. Merchants, Manufacturersand '
Insomnia is ailment in'which the
an "
their habits and haunts. ,He can talk mottled leaf of and red tumbling
green effect of water is beneficiaL Asa -
usually
Individuals solicited....
"
too to the "Queen's taste, cr to charm "
and around in the
prancing queerest result of the constant rush and the '-
the nobility. By chance the other dayI jerks and contortions, now running its rapid mode of existence 'in large cities : Fresh Fish : >

overheard Alligator Joe relate how he huge branches along the ground, then people who are inclined to.be. nervous Capital and Surplus $$190,000 .

had killed one 'gator that came at him springing up and forward with a leap, suffer through, their inability to sleep.A ,

suddenly by jumping on'his back astride and then suddenly making a backwardturn hot foot bath or a general tub bath Turtle.

with knife'in hand and prodding him to cavorting and somersaulting in all taken just before.' retiring frequently. : :
Issue our own drafts to all the princi
death with thrusts under the 'gator's works wonders in these cases. 4' .. '
imaginable and unthought of twistings.But pal cities in Great Britain, Holland ......
foreshonlder. Well the When there is reason to suspect that I
story was queerer still and more utterly wayward water is contaminated it may be rendered Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy,
thrilling, and as good as though it was is Particular Attention paid to consignments from Florida. .
fit for use ty sterilizationthatis Spain, Portugal and Germany..
true-whlch, it might have been, Alligator THE RUBBER BANYAN TREE -
by boiling for a few minutes. The 11.18.97 16 Fulton Fish Market NEW YORK.
,
Joe was the very man my Lord with its smooth, elephant-grey bark and degree of heat required to boil the wa JacksonvilleFlorida .: ':: I"}!

and Lady Colebrook. were looking for. long glossy leaves. It just capers and ter is sufficient to destroy the life of any 8-27-97 ,- '

So they offered him$25 in shiny plunks leaps in its luxuriant capacities for rapid micro organisms that the fluid may con "" .; ,It '

if he would take them to a' 'gator hole and giant growth. When it has shot tain. h ;*. ;::':;,:, -.
: .
; ,
and let them him kill ;
see a big one. .
forth a branch to an amazing length Sow to Become Htucalar. .
That was what Joe wanted. So early on almost horizontally from the parent Walk a. great deal, carrying some- Geo. S. Hacker & SonMANUFACTURERS i ..

a Sunday morning_they chartered the trunk, it drops a string-like pendant, thing always in the hands. This develops i I) ., ,-:;,14-,' ., "

steam launch, Fort DtUas, from Miami, raveled out at the end, which sways the arms. To roll a hoop mightbe ., "f.- .';} <: ,j!. .

whither they had gone fur.the hunt, and awhile in the air, but give it time and it good if one were brave enough to do _:'-. :" : '!
;
; ,
an hour's ride into the soppy regions of will reach the ground and its raveled so in public. Practice lifting a little ', ', -'",,- ..
.--<>r >1tj"j.) .
the. Everglades brought them near the fibres will take root and soon become a every day. Never strain or tire your- .. .e.. : .;i '
alligator habitat They disembarked and self. Eat meat drink milk and practice l ..,.. .
smooth. round trunk. This will often bending backwardorward and sideways : #,' '
I .o;-
wended their way through a dense Jungle unite itself with other and r -' "
pendants every day. At night rub about a table- .
with all the necessary; accquntre- the fissures by and by disappearing, spoonful of brandy or rum into your '- -. :

meats for the contest, at'length arrivedat they together become a wide, smooth skin on the under and tender part of the .",:" :;

the hole wherein Joe located the 'ga narrow mass like a great elongated arms.

tors': den. Lord and, Lady Colebrook screen. I saw one of these huge banyans Bow to Enjoy a Clgmr.

secured a sale position from which they engagedIN After a cigar has been bought the r

could witness the fight Joe bad promisedthem. DEADLY CONTEST end should be cut smoothly off by a OF

The 'gator hunters have a trickof with a large mastic tree, the wood of clipper or sharp knife. The reverse end # '

"grunting" in imitation of the call which is solid and tough like ebony, should then be placed in the mouth and Doors, Sash ..iIf..' .,
of the male aad this the cigar blown through. This removes I
'gator, "grunt"
It was so far a drawn game. The banyan Blinds .'a*" .:
all the little particles of dust which MouldingsAND '
'
usually bring the saurians out of their had clasped the mastic and wound $ "t
cannot ,be avoided in the manufactureand
holes. This'is a very old trick, prac- .
.and twisted about it like the serpents prevents them from being inhaled -

ticed like that of the heathen Chinee, about the Laocoon, till it seemed as if it into the throat and from producing Building Material, .' ,

with "intent to deceive," as recorded by I must be stifled when lo! the mastic coughing. The cigar should then be .

Shakespere or some other poet, who finds its chance and shoots out and up lighted, and particular attention shouldbe CHARLESTON- S, C. of Florida Offers

wrote that- in towering strength fifty feet into the paid to its being thoroughly ignited "9' Largest Factory South.
'Once sitting on a bank I beard all over the surface of the end. Then
air. Space fails one to tell of the foli-
A Dolphin uttering such dulcet and harmonious instead of puffing away like a steam engine Send for Prices. -

vounds age plants of brilliant red, yellow and the smoker will find that three or .'. ... o :' ;.t\ ,,{ .- .
That the rude civil atber ten feet high of the flaming .'X
sea grew song"The purple, ; four puffs minute make the best ..':.J :'!: '-3. Jt f
every .
"grunt" usually charms the broad-leaved hibiscus; the royal and <;!"'-..
saur- way to enjoy the cigar. The smoke A. B. Campbell .
ian out ot his hole. Joe tried the "grunt" magnificent poinciana a gorgeous flow- should be kept in the month a short ,

but it failed to charm. But Joe was ering tree; of the moon flowers and the time in order to appreciate the flavor of (Mgr Ludden & Bates So. Music House) } .

equal to the emergency. Then be tooka morning-glories creeping everywhere at the tobacco. Then it should be emitted Jacksonville, Florida. Great Advantages 'r.

long pole with a hook on it, and commenced their own sweet will; of the white and slowly. PIANOSORGANS ,

to prod the hole long and faithfully red oleanders, twenty feet high and Bow to Try Cucumbers. .
"
and finally was rewarded by hear spreading to an equal width. Here, in Boil a good sized cucumber till near- I. ,.-ft' ". r-":

ing the sharp snap of the huge jaws of deed, is Florida, in its own unquestioned ly soft in milk and water flavored .i ,

the enraged reptile. Joe now bent his right-the land of flowers. slightly with onion. Remove and drain -
Best Makes, Lowest Prices, To Settlers in the way of :: ,.
dry cut it into slices when cold and
strong muscles to the work. Gettinghis THE COCOANUT TREE, up Easiest Terms. ]
brush each slice which should be abouta .\ .
,
"
hook on the brute the fight was on- which grows wild and luxuriantly hereon Sheet Music, Music Books and Small .
' third of inch thick, with and ?
an
Pitt's Island, with other varieties of egg All Kinds Rock *
but it was prolonged and terrific, and fora Instruments of at

time it was doubtful which would win. palm is found in full fruitage here. butter dip in till bread amber crumbs brown., after which To be servedin fry in Write fur...Free..Bottom Catalogue Prices..... 9-17-97 Perfect Climate, Productive Soil,

Finally the brute gave up, and AlligatorJoe The cocoas are said to be found ripe on the center of a hot dish with mashed ,

pulled from the den not a 'gator the trees every day in the year. As the potato round.
Choice Fruit Lands Rich Garden Tracts
which he had thought it was, but an im. winds murmur through the cocoanut ,

mense crocodile. I saw it when it was trees singing the hymn of an endless How,to Make English Chutney Sauce. 4Jed Danish and

brought to the taxidermist's, opposite the summer, one is reminded of the song of Take 2 pounds of brown sugar, 2 Sugar Cane and Good Schools, '

Palm Beach Inn, and can certify that it the cuckoo- quarts of strong vinegar, 4% pounds of -
good cooking apples, '1% pounds of raisins ancy
measured eleven and a half feet in I "Thou hast no sorrow In thy song- of Churches
Tobacco Areas
4 ounces of salt, an ounce each of Plenty
No winter in
thy \ear.
battle with
But
length. Joe's the crocodile -
white mustard
seed and of
"Oh could I fly I'd fly with thee- grated gin
bad just begun when he drew with We'd make OB joyous wing ger root, half an ounce of finely minced PineappleSlips Y
and countless to earn a competency
his hook and pole the huge creature Our annual circuit round the globe- garlic or onion and a pod of red pepper. ways

from his den. The crocodile made a Companions of the Spring." Boil the fruit, sugar and vinegar to-

terrific fight for his life. With his tail ,Pitt's Island was formerly known as gether until a pulp. Turn into a pan and SuckersFor

he struck at Joe furiously. But Joe was Pelican Island. The Indians called it and add the other ingredients. Put intoa -
large jar and stir daily for a week. Rate,of the"Foitowingarie'if'l!, viz- COME DAbE
finally the victor. He finally killed the Nuctrachoo, their word for pelican.But ?**
Abbaka Porto Rico
Keep well covered. Put in small glass ,
crocodile, tied him up with ropes, and I must close, having already ex- jars and set in a cool, dry place. This Smooth Cayenne, ? J r*
had him transported to the boat and ceded limit. "
my will
chutney keep for years and is an Egyptian Queen,
brought to Palm Beach. Needless to --..- ,
appetizing and wholesome relish with "
Ripley Queen, Golden Queen, '
say that Alligator Joe sot: his $25. and A Comparison. meats, game and poultry.How White : : :'
-----I.'-- Antigue. .
..
was happy. Crowds came to look at Quoting the authority of the Red Cross Pernambuco, _e.. .. .',;',cr
the creature of the from the to Make Sauce. / .
mighty jaw .',"' .
Society, Senator Proctor stated that not Enville.EarlJ' -'-
Everglades. Lord and Lady Colebrookhad When you make sauce, always remember ,
less than 425,000 Cubans have been tor. deliver can be made. Part of the I N. > "
him mounted and set up and he is : Never let the butter boil un- fruit trom this Plantation having been picked ,
tured to death and starved to death since less the vegetables or flour has to be last month. Apply to
now on his way to my Lord's English the order of the tyrant Weyler directedthe browned. Use clean utensils and wooden
palace, a souvenir of his visit to the C.C. MATTHAMS,
rural population to assemble in the spoons. After the liquid is added stir

Florida Everglades.' fortified towns. The period covered by till it boils. Boil it well Always strain Florida Pineapple Company, ..

"THS GEM OP LAKE WORTH." this order has been less than two years. a sauce unless there is an ingredient in 5.21.97 West Palm Beach, Fla. .
I send two of it that must not be removed such
you pictures Pitt's island as -
During the four years of struggle in .,,
which I hope will reach you in civil parsley, in parsley and butter sauce. i" !
our war, crowded with the most '
time for engravings for the I Pay great attention to the 'thickness. ;
Budget. .
: .
battles and filled with dead-
sanguinary '
have visited the island several times, ly exposures, the entire death loss to the Serve decided.very Use hot.good Have butter.color and Substitute flavor J9! The PalmsNow ]first-Class -. 'i.'j.
and I have written
its
something olj f- .
Union armies P '
was more than 100,000: less itock in brown and milk in white sauces

picturesque charms before hi my Florida than these suggestive figures, telling the when possible.How fI ';..;
letters. It won't do any harm to do so of in '
tale Weyler's barbarity, unequalled
some more. Pitt's Island, is nine miles modern times. to Make Leather Waterproof Open For Winter Travel.

from here Lake Worth, and is Dissolve beeswax in benzine to saturation T TsN
up The death loss of the Union army during All Modem Improvements, Electric JOB WORK -
reached by boat, sail or steam, as you the civil war, occasioned by killed and heat the solution in a water Bells, Baths, Etc. 8 .
bath; then add about one-tenth of .
please, over one of the most beautiful iu battle died of wounds died of disease sper-I
,
,
maceti in a melted state. For use warm $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY.
sheets of in America.
water The sail is
and by unknown causes, was 304,369, or the mass again in a water bath and apply Address
past pineapple orchards, the banks are 100,000, less than the starvation massacres -.. warm with a brush or a pencil to I '

lined with cocoanut trees and palms, by. Weyler-Jacksonville Metropolis the dry leather which has likewise. 'been THE PALMS," At THE SUN Office.

and there are elegant and costly private I I suitably war>,ged.: -6-96 West Palm Bwh, Florida,




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. Ii11 $ 6 THOB8DAY- MAY 26 1898. .. } : jrI
THE TROPICAL SUN WESTIPALM: BEACH FLORIDA -.i ,, .. ,
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11 1 < '1' '
o Clocks ,and JetueltfrFU
(
Our Local Lodge ,Celebrates J Their .

,,1 1 I' First Anniversary. EVERYTHING,UP'TO DATE._ -" n Br m r ;

: .. WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. p.* 1tw Fine Nickle Movement in Screw Bezel, Dust-Proof Case-.'
I A celebration of the first anniversaryof sent to any address'on receipt of $5.00.

p 1 .'n Lake Worth Lodge, No. 43 I. O. 0. & VI .

::1 I:,Iii GUY I. METCALF, IF was held last Tuesday evening, the Spectacles' and @ jeglasses.sine Al Popular Dry Goods Hoi IV

i J EDITOR: AND MANAGER. members and their families attending.A Watch and Jewelry Repairing Promptly Attended to. I

\& -:: / dI I committee consisting of L. W. :IL1llhIn'r.' Charge paid one way. R. J. 'RILES, a Jacksonville, Florida. IL

t BnrkLardt, Max Sirkin, Geo. L. Bran- W. Bay, Everett Block JACKSONVILLE, FLA
; ; YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION $2 5.,, 225 I
ning, Geo. Adams, Rev. V.'. J. Cady and Goods
: J The Leading Dry llouseJV :
!'i I j _ _ _ _ :, Frank Idner, assisted by the ladies, had JUNO JINGLES. Profanity.
\ : ; ,
arranged a musical whose rendering
program .. -
lee
I\I:1: *
1 1I I I was a treat, enjoyable, and one J. S. Jenkins and family have left'for Swearing going out of vogue? We in the State1V

\' l long to be remembered. Miami. wish it were. But anybody who goes IA f -;::

., !! .. i Deputy Grand Master Sirkin, support much among the people of this country # The Largest Stock/The Newest Style; 1

ed by Bros. Cady and Branning, presided Capt. T. Coniff, of Coniff Island, was and especially one who listens to the -

\' i duriug the evening. here on Sunday.Mr. conversations of the young men in oar at the Lowest: Prices. 4 ?. f1

..1' :: i, AMONG OUR CHUBOHES Opening song and chorus,"Our Flag," city streets knows that profane swearing To all whom reqnestwe wiU send samples free of charge V '. $ :,

: was rendered by all present in a most and Mrs James, of Jewell came is exceedingly common. In fact WE PREPAY,Express Charges on all 0ii

.-') .1' i inspiring manner, after which Vice- up on business Monday.Mrs. orders to the amount of $5.00 or over, "",:;
there to be than '
VI Time and seem more youngsters the order. :
Place of Services, Special when money accompanies :
Grand Geo. L. in address
Branning, an ,
;
I three
before who
cannot utter consecutive -
ever
I ,. ] Notices, Week-Day and Sunday recital of the Heyser returned from a few days Order :
I i Meetings. tion gave an interesting incep- visit to her sister on Thursday. sentences without one or more The Best Equipped Mail Department: t4
and of Worth
:'; ;\ J "pI organization Lake oaths. It grieves us to say that this is Write for Samples and Try it. Your Honey Back if Good: Are Not a.We k,. -"

f : ,,. Eplsjopal Services. | Lodge No. 46, dwelling upon the good Among the visitors here last .week true not only of the big cities or of the -Respectfully- V
I i influence its existence had exerted
upon was A. M. Wilder, who accompaniedhis cities of the West or South. It is true of

.;. .' EJ.UCUUL: CnzcE-Bethesda.by-the-Seft. the community at large, and the excellent mother here on business.T. every New England dty and town. BROTHERS'I ; :
character of the men that it had COHEN
One this who rides
: REV.J.N. MCLFORD, Rector. cannot help knowing -

:; Rav.L. 1'rrs-jAXES HINDRY,Ass't Mini-ten favorably impressed, attracted and inspired B.Islet came over from the dredge. i in smoking cars or on railroads, or waitsin

:' Service every Sunday morning at n o'clock. to become its members. Bros. =
T business and railroad listeus.to the
boat on Saturday on returned stations or con- POPULAR DRY GOODS HOUSE i1l.s.91
t Sunday School nt
ttl j 3 p. m. Branning's address received close attention I
"* The church will remain open during the: on the Delia on Sunday.If versation of the sporty youths of the period ;

F. Summer. ____ and was ably and 'entertainingly wherever two or three of them are Jacksonville Florida. < 11
'-- delivered, .stamping him as a speaker of : any of our northern friends do not gathered together.It .,(

: the BiornttxnooD and or Fourth.ST. ANDREW.-Meets on marked ability. believe that fishing in the canal is.good, is a melancholy fact that there are ........ ....", :',:;1 I
Second Wednesday of each
I Thereafter followed a choice selectionof we respectfully refer them to 'Uncle hundreds if thousands of J
V m ntL L.F.HINDRY,Director. not young- (:
\v. ,Vocal Gems, by the ladies. The organ of ,. ,
: F.AKUSTHONO JR, Secretary. Dudley, Juno. sters in every American city who are ?'lii "
I kindly loaned for the occasion by -- 1
habitual and incessant swearers. Our .ww : ::
We have in all nineteen steamers .
seen
the M. E.
g M. E. Chaceh Church was presided over by observation is
South. that there are a great >
I Mrs. L.V.. Bnrkhardt. Mrs. Sirkin: going south this last week, many.of
V I Service trill! many more than there was a quarter ofa Gl1Ett G. STOJ1M .
be held In
the Knights of Pyth Mrs. Adams ad Miss Maude Burkhardt, them so close in that people could be V ..
: ian Hall on the First,Third; and Fourth Sundays decks. century ago.Profanity -""
the
,j f V ot each month at n a. m. and 730 p. m. Every during the evening, rendered numerous easily distinguished on of speech by men in public ..sJf. DEALER IN I

t'n::cordially: invited to attend. "I was glad songs in the most charming and approved ,
have places, accompanied by rude and borish t
I" V Recent rains 'of the past week '
rrbcn they mid unto let us into the house
me.
'I' ;; 1.1 uf I he IvordRcr..J.It.WALKIB go Pastor. hearty applause manner from eliciting all present.warm and done much good and have very effectu disregard of the feelings of strangers Staple and Fancy Groc ries ,

t k ally put out what remained of the fires who may be unwilling and disgusted ,
Bro. Frank Idner contributed largely ,
V. \ around which have been doing so listeners to their vile conversation has "f.--
\ Evening Stan nodge, Ho. 46, Juno,
to the of the
pleasure evening with his
V i ,. of much damage. become a crying nuisance in this country. Grain and all Food Supp.lies :1
:> ,it 'Knights Pythias, redephone.Bro. :. :
Is there any man or woman of refinement
J Meet'*" eveiy FilJay Klght at 7:00: m.standard W. called
p. J. Cady being
l time. Visiting bmthers upon On Thursday of last week Mrs. C. E. who is compelled to travel muchin .
invited.
rr cordially
;V responded with an able address inspired I Hendricks left for her home. in Kentucky )
i ." ', Cast'e Hall over Public School Building the United States who will not assentto '
':II r I "''5 V. JA. PCGHC.C. by our country's present victorious where she will spend the summer. this statement-The Hartford Times. ) COTJliTTIRYAdultarated PRODUCE tI

t.1: I .i w.L.WinuRTER,K.of R. &S. >497FACTS. struggle to free an enslaved people. He I We hope to have her with us again soon -. ..- Always Fresh,Kept ia Stock.

tJ I I stated that this was a hero making I and wish her bon voyage., V %
Fever Scare I* Foolish Your Pa+rn.v' SoJicited._ -
e
and dwelt
} '1: P'Ulf AND epoch upon the fact that ,

: physical courage was a virtue admired, To steamers passed Juno Tuesday eaob
Wes't
palm Fla.
Certain ill informed
and
V persons newspapers 4-1-1 ,
i'l.' ; Witty and displayed before admiring thousands going south, one at li a. m., being a
Sayings IntMptr With
are trying to create
a yellow
il i\I' :4 ; Business was easier than the moral cour- transport for Tampa, and the other at 2
Bargains. fever scare to prevent volunteering
11't 11\ age necessary for man in battle with p. m.. was supposed to be one of the
; the New York World. is
; ] It worth
says
Dont .
F.
forget
'. 1 OLIVER'S when himself,who, when alone,unknown and coast guard vessels armed with 5-inch
:
you want Fancy Groceries. while, therefore, to reiterate the facts :
\ unseen by the world-that fire Both close in. ,
: Mrs,Dearborn-How man conquer- rapid guns. were,very I. Even at the worst and under the Food. . . .S e.V P
did
your parrot learn ing under such circumstances was the .
:1 I j1 V to swear so? truer the greater hero. Your correspondent takes the libertyof worst conditions yellow fever does not By direction of congress- the depart ::
Mm.VTarbasb-Ob. my hasban l hug attack one in five. :
man
;i an if certain here
alarm clock in his room.-Yonker States The anniversary closed by all par. saying that people ment of agriculture is investigating Ladies :
2. Even at the worst the
man. taking of a bountiful supply of ice cream would think more of that very true say- mortality character aud extent of the adulteration.

,. V Goods and Prices and cake, bringing to a close an evening ing to, "do unto others as they would be among' those attacked does not exceed of foods and drugs. It is generally believed :

at SIRKIN'S BAZAAR.to Suit everybody of unalloyed pleasure for all present.To done by," there would be less of that 17 per cent., or 3.4 per cent. of the that adulteration, sophistication .
"
,
whole number \Ve'wlsb to remind -
the ladies-Mrs. Branning, Mrs. provication for gossip and wrangling exposed. imitation and misbranding of foods. yes

Tbs And,fumed torra foretold and sputtered came down round our all way V Adams, Mrs. Sirkin and Mrs. Burk- here and those who are at present "liv 3. There is never any yellow fEveroutside drugs and]liquors exist to a very great of our .

L The wind blew herd and blew again day.; hardt-is due the success attending the ing in'glass houses" should refrain from the cities in Cuba until July, extent. Many of the states have enacted

- ::; Bat brought to us but little rain, Their throwing stones. and our troops would! of coarse b: en laws
VV w -Ex. anniversary. talent, skill, ready to prevent such practices, and it
camped outside the cities. SHOE
i Prof. Frank Idner is and cheerful help rendered light the is very desirable to know how these laws
/ now prepared to We still have 'with us our somewhat 4. Even in the rainy season sanitation
V do Piano Tunine and Repairing. Leave task of the committee, whose chairman have been inforced, and with what re .
orders Idner uncertain friend the sail boat, which is a pretty effectual check
".... at & Son's. for the committee extends to them upon sults.
"cometh on the wings of the wind," yellow fever. As the World has already
Funny that mutatl drama bad to be poet.: grateful and heartfelt thanks. : All persons having actual knowledge : STOCK :
V poned. What watt the matter?" .. (when there is any) and which remindsus said, yellow fever is a "dirt disease," of facts bearing adulterations .
1 t that when months i and our upon pf
'AioearaaI could get the some ago Captain military commanders when L
J story the hen L JUPITER: JOTTINGS. food or drugs send
are requested to : :
J objected. to the netting."-Cine'nnatl Enquirer. ... Lawrence used to walk it up from Rivera they go to Cuba will fight dirt as vigor. concise statement of them to the depart a: @ f'l

__ ______ _________ _________ __ More ice cream and other doings I for fear of tiring the "Seminole's" ously as they fight the Spaniards-as i mcnt. What is wanted is such V
recital ,
: West ecgiues the residents dug a ditch, i i. e. vigorously and a :
Fine Summer Hats and New Style over at Jupiter last Saturday even successfully as General L of facts as can be substantiatedand We have.... .
; V
Trimming for them-Mrs. F. L. Moffatt. ing. canal which effectually stopped his Butler fought in New Orleans. As one .. .
not theories Address
or Division
sprinting, and now we are' about to petition of our generals who knows what he essays. Lndies'Common Sense Oxfords,

I There Ahe lay;'says the senatorial writer,, Messrs. King and Mitchell, who were the County Fathers to build a speaks of says, "with proper sanitationof of Chemistry, Department of Ag .
"there on the floor. breathing out her life visiting friends both riculture, Washington D. C. : $1.25 and $1.50 \
ere
In are
againnow. i.
short gone I bridge across the.ditch, e. canal, for ramps there will be no more danger
!
pants She must hare been a lady bicyclist !. 5.. S '
,
in up-to-date garb.-Spare Moment: fear we may again be compelled to accept in sending an army to Cuba in July than L Her Sacrifice. Ladies' House Slippers, -

; Have had no chance to find out much I the foot carrier. Where is that: !.there was during the civil war in keeping ... : 60 eta and 85 eta

I'I ; No need to send away from home for. this week-have seen but few of our launch? troops on the coast of South Caro "If war breaks out," said the little ...
any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can I lady residents. lina." woman with the bright Ladies'Comforts$1.10&$1.5QLadies'
j .. .. gray eyes"wemust
build .
i one fine it
as
you It the of
or as cheap as: you I was ou tip my tongue or
//1 i' r i want. See I all do something to help. We
him, and place your order. The Misses Carliu went down to i rather the point of the pen, to say that THEY SAY- Tennis 60 cts&'1.23Ladies'
can't fight, of course, but each of us I{
I r Lantana Tuesday and returned the House would be moved That all can
IM j .. When it comes to keeping home Court to ?? the changes in this world L aid in
a
the come We '
: t secret lew* way. must economizein -
:: ." said about It the m.Ul'r.Xev"ork Wednesday morning bringing Miss where? but on second thought I am don't come about by chance. Bicycle, % -f

,. VorH. Sunday Belle Earnest up with them. something like our esteemed contemporary our pocket money and buy nice things $1.50.$2.50 and,$3.00Ladies' I
I for the
-- That gifts should never be the causeof wounded. We must reduce our 171
;
f of Miami when I had better
I p ; Call at Mrs. Frank's Boston Store this; Ex Capt. Enoch Root paid a visit or say we : love, but merely the proofs of it. extravagances. can buy cheaper ....
Linen Oxfords ...
75
t : : week and get your Bargains. two to Palm Beach last week but seems wait and ,see where it is to go before goods, you know, and put less material : mt
I
That law and life
I stating further. Every railroad station never step backward. SmallSizeaOnly
i r !i She-How the falls roar! I .to have finally settled down on bishomestead into our gowns." "Yes," said the dreamy : 11

"I ,a. He-If you had to listeu to as much talk to stay awhile now and side-track in the county- from Pots That the devil can never throw -von I girl, with blue eyes"! know what I can i : LmlW.. White, TTiM SHmvr J
i from newly married couples us Niagara dam to Cutler says they are soon to receive unless let him. ii -
does
1 :; t, you would want to make a roar luUrltlf.j .- Supt. E. B. King, of the I. O. O. T. a new and magnificent addition in you do. I can have my bicycle shirt cut : -I-- $i:2irr':

j, .V Cincinnati Enquirer. Co.. is home again but it is no telling fcr the shape of the court house and That many men who don't believe the shorter! And all the girls said "Oh!" 1'-
county
'j; : Hard Times Prices on Clothes and how long. His expert services are liableto seat. Does anybody know where it is Bible, never read it. Eustis Lake Region. : Ladies' Black H nd Tan Sandall. :

t Gents be called for That the rule of has ..> $1.25 and 1.50 i
fj Fnrnishings-SIRKIN'S BAZAAR at any minute anywhere going? I venture to say it wont get by gold taken the $ i.t
ff ; along the lines on the East Coast. Palm Beach. place of the Golden Rule. Chewing gum is taxed by the war revenue ; V.t
;j Some men."aid Uncle Eben.la so modest measure. All patriotic girls Ladies' Cloth Shoes. 60 etaLadies' ,J
t dat ley won't S The That the taller the tree the heavier its will \
assume no 'sponslbllities warship Oregon
came in close
omerer; an' dat's why dab wires take whut-. in shore to The F. E. C. Co's. steamer Sebastian, now chew double, while the Spaniards : nd Tas I :
I V Tuesday night and sent a boat fall.That V will continue to chew Oxfords,Black a ,
from
I !. waahlu.-WUhiugtoll, Star. Titusville, passed through the a gossip's mouth is the rag.-Ex.
ashore with always load-
V : V dispatches to send north. canal on Saturday morning 1.00, $1.25, $1.50, 12.00, U :
having on
'
V Sen for Butterick Pattern AU us natives took a look at her ed.That :
I it lIrs.1\I. G. Sheets to except board the big gun for Key West. This it takes darkness to make light $2.25 and $3.00 ,
Macdonald those E. *
A ent.-ackson. that were scared and took to the West H. DnlIC, I :
: I ville, Fla. i' woods. gun weights forty tons and V loaded the visible. Proprietor i .. "-..

t steamer down very deep yet it,had no That the best time to pick oranges is @ t
He-Ah. dearest; you must pardon i If The old wharf ,':'...., ;
1 me is fast decaying now trouble in getting along at its usual when the grower and his dog are both Palm <
seem to be
somewhat .
: nt women. I hare uncouth never had in the a mother presence and is hardly safe to land at any more, speed through the canal. We were told away from home. : If you wear a oarf; ,

,' Will you be mine? Will you- as its best days have long been passed. by prominent residents here who were I That "where there's a will, there's a nowShoewehavesome :

I t 8he-Wretch! Begone! Chicago Daily Enough it should be saved to makea lucky enough to see it that a man on I way"-to break it. Beach -- ::. i
or Newv Oxfords oflB.andC.IastsWe fi '
; safe landing for boats but nobody horseback could easily pass through it =
That when
j.t two souls have but sin-
.t I i 'W.UTRD TO PCKCHASB FLORIDA seems not. to care whether this is done or without dismounting, and others say gle thought, it is the woman's a Drug ; :

II PKOIKUVV.-Persons owning farms or the "big trees" of California are nothing every
time. Below
If -Inltt are selling f
humes send full description and when compared in size.i P. S. It .A...
I I'I ) price to J. V. Bond Box 181, Dayton, Hon. W. L. Widmeyer risked his lift That figures will lie, if they are of Store.DEALERS Cost."i '
Ohio.I all of one night on the raging canal-or was nothing but a gun carriage on the women.- .
.
I I boat after all. I:
possibly he did the raging -for the That alcohol is no respector of brains. @
HeBut dc
why keep L- -
you
on
crying- dear
She-Because you said you would kiss sake of visiting friends in West Palm A Smart Teacher. That what stays in your pocket never IN-. .
my Beach but he is I Call and see our Stock.
tears away.-Yonkers Statesman. back again now and -..-- does you any good. .

Boat resting each! from his labors on LU homeI County School Superintendent Mer- That where there's a will, there's always i '

building done right at home, in .. ritt visited all the schools in the : I
S make
I the most approved manner, good workmanship county a way to money. Drugs, Toilet Articles .

and at living prices. Call on The F. E. C. Ry, pay car came down just before they closed and here is what That a man always gets more blamefor ,
I Capt. A. T. Rose. he says about one of the lady teachers
the
:
road Bros.
yesterday afternoon. Several what he don't do, than credit for Anthony

I )flh) -Your steter has the brightest of our citizens visited it during its short "She was the pride of the distrit, the what he does. Fine Stationery and i .-,
eye of stay here. star of invention and a jewel of bril
I any girl I ever knew. That the
4 Tommy-Is that the liancy. She drew a picture of an ice- greatest woman is she who Merchants
V reason why rou ahvajs The F. E. C. knows how to
feed
Ry. Construction properly her ,
t Ira the gas out when you sit alone with her train berg on the blackboard. It was so nat family. Druggist Sundries.

F in the back Iarlur-X. Y. Kvei-Ing Journal. finished their work here early in the ural that the'thermometer froze up solid. That, from his looks, one kid in this : West Palm Beach Florida. Vr

It week and left for the north again Wed town has never washed V
his
With face since
rare presence of mind she seizeda i he PrescriptionsCarefmiy '. I
I Watch and jewelry .. Compounded
r pair nesday
ng by first morning.All had it.That.
: and drew East
J class workmen and guaranteed, at i crayon a fireplace on the opposite Coast Business Solicited. : -

Idner & Son's. who wish to attend the teachers' wall. The prompt action saved there is often a lack of correspondence WEST PALM -- ---

r V examination should remember that it the school but nearly all the children between some people's BEACH, 6-10-Dfl! .

Willie-Mamma,eaa eople leave parts of will be held in Miami caught a severe cold from the sudden !words and their meaning. Acetylene Gas.
J : on June 7th and
themselves in
different places! WHEN I
: 1I.mma-Xo. don't be so ridiculous.WUUe will probably be the only one held this I change. That an Irishman got up at seven and iu Old Jacksonville be snre aDd visit Throw away your kerosene lam$

r -Well,Uncle Tom said he was going term. Whether he also caught cold or not thought it was eight when it was nine you your with Bargains Friend, who will surprise nse the zoth Acetylene Gas, the coming light ;

V to South Africa for his lungs.-Tit-Biu. he did not say nor would he give theteacher's by the clock. in century. We are prepared
j'4 Just five weeks from next Dry Good, put in plants for private parties. at";
Mondaywill .
name nor tell in what district That some men are so Clothing and sonable prices. Call and ours tt orzr.
Summer Shirts and Shoes at be Fourth of friendly to Gents' Fut see

t SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. ready for it? July-Are you getting: she taught. Superintendent Merrittwas Greece they carry plenty of it on the D. SINGER nIhtng .............. store and get estimates. .

j I still a bachelor at last, accounts.. front pf their coat II I1.51j7 Bridge Strefl,Near Bay., Manager, I 324TryTHESUNfgrJobWoriu: G. W. IDNER. & SO .

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