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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: June 2, 1898
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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PERSONAL PICKINGS. duties for that but without .
night
tomatoes in his lunch. any HERE AND THERE. CORRESPONDENCE.f :canal. Mr., Thompson is prepairingland TOWN, TOPICS.. .
,. for more pines for Mrs Kaiser
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People as They Come and Go I
-People
Scraps of News Aboal.Thls,and That .
rutlng Items ,Gathered
You May or May Not Know. Rev. W. J. Cady paid his semi- 11)Cur Jack Davis was in town'on Saturday Local Happenings From Our NoteBook ,
and DlfferearTbJagsf.!._ [ Scribes Throughout&eC&B8tyt. i and From Other Sources.
monthly tnp to Juno last Thursday.Mrs. < \ with his witnesses, Smith and Walker
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Joe. Gunnell of Linton proving homestead..
was spendingsome Under of up on .
Vice Commodor
.'Frank arrived from Miami Tues- charge ., t JUPITER JOTTINGS. Who is running the electric
of his tomato money in town yes. I H! H. Richardson "Clowes 4 ., light plant
terday. _. day and is after overhauling the stock of W. S. sloop"Gadabout" \i I .' l" Sunday morning a steamer blew long new?, ,0
_. ,0. the Boston Store, preparatory 'to its 'replenishing I was hauled outcast. Thursday Harry DuBois spent Sunday down on enough and bud enough have lifted '
W. A. Avery was over from' the East rettrned toMiami, yesterday I f and'put in summer quarters, Lake Worth again. the roof off the court house,,had she;been; '; Surinam cherries was one of the fruit
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Side Tuesday and honored our office morning. f r' f < '.""...".1 ;, .. under it.Major. ,to be found in this market last, week.
with a call. 1 t The tloctor j seem to be anted ;'ou.the : The Jupiter Inlet is like the moon S -S : Capt. Ben M. Potter is.' improving his'

Capt. J. R. Anthony arrived home the point that cigarette smoking is responsible .ontinually changing. George Nichols has been with us city lot at the corner of Clematis Ave

John Brown of the noted Scotia farm latter part of last week from a trip up for most of the rejections of 'militiamen fe two or three'days superintending the nue and Poinsetta Street.

at Hypoluxo, paid this office an appre to his plantation at Georgiana on the Indian who have come up recently for examination W, L. Widmeyer spent the first part plastering of Geo. Zapf's house at Zaps- l

ciated call Monday. River.:. He'reports every thing dong as applicants to enter the reg- of tile week:down in West Palm Beach. ville on the,canal The Major is a bust Quite a number of Seminole Indians'

as well as could be expected in such ular army.-Gainesville Sun. *..: ler in his line. :with their squaws, pickinninies and pap.c
Lee Russell left Saturday last to visit dry weather for the Thompson has moved,, temporari- pooses, were in town last week and dong -,
has
his relatives in Palatka after which he bad'or worse there drought than here.been as A special Sunday morning brought l y/"i from his place on the canal to Juno. Two negroes fiom Jupiter were joinedin considerable trading with our mer->

will join his wife iu Georgia. up Gen. Lawton and wife accompanied by 3 5. i wedlock by Judge A. E. Heyser one chan ts. _

I. Funk of Boynton, was'a pleasant Wm. N. Hull, of the firm of Reynolds his staff and also by Vice-President J. The railroad company are putting up day this past week. How long oh Lord, i
a house here as a .residence for their will it be before he will be called I iI Early closing of the stores is now,, in
& R. Pa uponto
caller left wife and
in town on Saturday and remem- Hull for Brooklyn N. Y. last Fn rott. child Gen'l Manager .

bered the printers by renewing his sub- day morning. He will not reach there Goff, of the F, E. C. Ry., and by agent. untie the said knot? effect will be every seen night by a notice except published Saturdays.else.

scription to,the1'SUN. for some little time however if he goes Supt. Knott. of the East Coast Hotel I Fishing U good here and .there were Earnest Hinckson, of Miami, was where that is signed by all oUr mere

the way he proposed to when he started System, down to.this place and over.to some-reryfine red snapper caught ff married by Judge A. E. Hyser on Mon- I bants.

Geo. Zapf arrived home this morning for: he wished to visit New Orleans, the East Side Y on a tour of inspection, the wharf last week. day. Mr. Hinckson and bride returnedthe : .

from Key West. He left the launch Texas and several other Latin-Ameri; with ran eye tQ the advisability of' encamping same day via Capt.Alvin Hendrick- Rev. A. M. Fontaine will arrive from

Olga there with! Geo. Lawrence actingas can countries before heading for ,the troops here if necessary. They They are'mcstly deadheads who pass son's sloop to West Palm Beach. Go, iami on Saturday morning's train and

engineer, having' chartered. it to the colder Dutch latitude of New Y rk. fieft in the evening 'for, 'Miami, Land the chain across the canal now, .so says Captain and do likewise. Immediately upon his arrival will celebrate

:Associated; Press. Commisssoner J. E. Ingraham joining he man who has charge of it. We understand morning mass in St.Ann's Churchi
when the rifles
were
Colonel William Jennings'Bryan says them at New River where he had
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pre- He will also celebrate mass again Sunday -!
Karl Zapi and Geo. Nichol went to : opened to the Home Guards after see-
the Savannah News,,is being, credited ceeded them in his launch.A '( Tpere isa! party of alligator hunters morning at o'clock.
Juno in the launch Seminole last Friday ing the big battle ship Oregon they refused 9
I with having broken the record in sscu: up.iq this! neighborhood as several car-
to see about making further improvements ing recruits for his : to accept the same and decided Marshal Paul Jones has had his resU
regiment. The 'sec casses alligators they had killed are
to the cottage on the Zapf Planta-I ond day after he had received his commission large four-masted schooner has been floating in the canal. the bow and arrow would do as well. deuce painted np in fine shape this past

tion up in that suburb., from the of Nebraskahe seen for some time now along in this Dont you see me go,Big Cypress? week,James Fernley being the brush

Ii had received the'proffer governor of the ,servi_ neighborhood Our Juno correspondentreports The foundations of the piers for the Some of our people have come to the swinger. Paul will have all that, man
Earnest Hinckson and bride of Cocoa- ces of fifteen it as being up there one day andit railroad bridge across the Loxahatchee conclusion it is can desire in the way of a residencesoon
companies,,representing all has also useless to ask the county
nut Grove, 'Were of the Palms been reported as seen at different have all been laid in and
guests sections of the state.. While : ColonelBryan i cement all the to invest any money or labor in roads in except a presiding deity.D. .
Monday and Tuesday he having come times down at Modelo, Nw River r work is being done in substantial
is not military man, It'iV'an. and that neighborhood and a man this section, so took it upon themselvesto R. Ingersoll has been busy the past:
yesterday .
__ on.business connected with his fath-
.- up nounced to be his! purpose _not to wear it build one from here to the beach.What week or so in painting his house and
et's estate and incidently to married morning was seen opposite this plac* 4.4
get
the honorary title and depend upon but proceeded slowly south. At one I&man H. Fisher"and'' Capt.-' Alvin fun they-will have dragging terrapin the fence surrounding it, and otherwise

somebody else to do the work but t Hendrickson who about by the tail putting the place in first-class condition -
have been -
W Heim is now a West Side property place! a steamer was reported as having residingon
march at the head of his men and lead to and it has been rented by Sam
owner, having recently purchased from been seen approach the vessel and af- their homesteads south of this place
Evercrd Geer five acres of land lying\ be them in the fight. ItS to be hoped ter laying alongside awhile Steamed out lately, left in Capt. Hendrickson's catboat Our Postmaster and Mr. Bailey was Happersett, who, with his family are
that he will achieve out sailing one morning early this
tween the County road and Lake Worth as much success as a to sea again. The steamer was said to "Idler" Saturday for West Palm very now in possession.
0 military leader as he 'has as a'politica 1 week and ran'into a school of fish and
and just north of Capt. D. A. Allen's! have had one smoke stack, blaCk with a Beach. taken Services next Sunday at the Congre
leader. were to be fishermen and the fish
place above'the city. -. *.- yellow and.a. white band around the top, made gational Church at the usual hours. Inthe
W. Widmeyer has become interested a stampede. The pompano beinga ,
jf MAXGOXIA MCTTERIXGS. \ with Henry Brooker in his mercantile sooner fish tackled the Captain and evening the pastor will speak on
Mr and Mrs Enoch Root are down J. M. Harper of Hypoluxo, was in him 'William Evart Gladstone the Christian
business here and in a short time gave one on the nose, then commit-
from their homestead roost at Neptunefor The Lake Worth it Co's. shipments town last Friday and. showed. an: I account ,. they expect to have a branch store open ed suicide minus one eye. In, the excitement Statesman." Christian Endeavor
a week's visit with Palm Beach of sales he had just that morning meeting at 6:45 p. m., subject "Christ's
of pines are on the increase. out ou the frontier for the benefit'of the the mate was knocked down by
friends. Their homestead place "Her received from. a northern commissionhouse cattlemen and Indians. the boom. Mission on the Earth.
on's Nest" is a quaint and littl for ---..r-
cosy The twenty seven crates of tomatoes
weather still -
keeps very dry and I The Home Guards are drilling faitl>: S
home on the Loxahatchee. the fire in the woods is still burning. he had shipped to them the. week The lumber is on the ground and the LiXTOX LOCALS. fully and will soon be a very presentable

before showing that they had sold them I carpenter is expected to arrive in dayor -----
a body of men. We ought to have a few
yesterday J. W. Porter and hurried of Hypoluxo,the was Laketo up E Harry DuBois; of Jupiter, was visitin,g for $94.50. ,Taking from this amount expressage -i so to put up a house for Harry DuBois Miss. Minnie Lyman is spending a regular troops encamped here so onr,

make the acquaintance across of his new a friend down at the Point again Sun cartage and commission left con and put things in shape so he can few days with friends at Lantana. boys could learn by watching- and gettingthe

day siderable over$70, clear for Mr. Harper,, live in better style than he has been 'doing extra points from the regulars. It
East Side the first
niece daughter of and Deputy Sheriff Burton at Wes
the check was
was enclosed to it.
cover lately and not be lonesome.
so would not be long before the guards
and Mrs. Wilford Work the is
Mr. Porter, who arrived on canning factory being Palm Beach business.
This is Saturday on
over,$2,50 a crate net for the tomatoes -
on' this mundane sphere Mondaynight. pushed. The main building is roofed in i would beat the regulars at their own
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which he considered a good price The distance from Lake Worth to Jupiter -
and ready for the W. D. Sherman game.
machinery, has several
for late in the the canal is experienced -
so season, and the net by much shorter thanit
amount was than he for as it has been shortened men picking pineapples for him The Memorial Day exercises at the
more was
W. II. Cox of Boynton, was in town TLe "Emily B." is off of the ways and got over by
100 crates that he had sent to anothermarket straightening the canal and off Congregational Church of thU place on
cutting
yesterday, not having left for the ,
yet ready again to sail the briny or any other Miss. Chambers, of Tberrella plantation -
north. He long before he made this ship the various points between the rapids last Sabbath were very interesting.
can hardly make his If
up water. needed to chase the Dons has gone to St.. Louis Mo., for the
mind to leave this delightful and safe she can be put ,in war paint at short meat and Jupiter; and the water is also good summer. The church had been handsomely decorated
climate'for one that is'hotter and filled notice. all l the way through the canal. by the ladies with flags, buntingand
One of our jolly sailors took hold of a
with cyclones, floods and yellow jour L__, I/ Mi s. Ina Blackmer has returned from festoons of palm leaf and flowers.
nalism. The Eclipse was out on the ways last erase wneei in swinging arouna a car I Mrs. J. H. Carlin entertained the officers her visit to Boca Ratone. She reports a The eloquent discourse of Rev.. Cady

Thursday to have a new shaft put in, that was in his way down on the wharf. of the battleship Oregon during very pleasant time. the pastor in the evening was timely
Mrs. II. Hill, the mother of Mrs. as he went to get into his boat Tuesdaymorning their short here last .
L, which was done, and after being put in I stay Thursday and patriotic and the topic of the hour

W Burkhardt, left Monday for her order she went on her regular mail run but the wheel came off ic the: night. They reported their cruiseas W. A. H, Hobbs who is emplo l on was handled m such: 'a manner as to

h)me in Philadelphia, after a several Monday. sailors hands and he and it took a tum- comparatively uneventful, and that, the Boynton Hotel, and is living in a give satisfaction to all his hearers.

months very pleasant visit in this town. ble over the edge of the wharf into the while not anxious to meet the Spanish houseboat ou the canal at Boyntou was Northern and Southern sentiment y

She is in hopes of returning in the Fall, T. J. Ringgold, a trucker on the Wilder water. Capt. Jack McKenna was a witness fleet, they had no fear of them and felt in town Suud1Y.I fast converging into lines along whichno

for of all places in both this and the Old place, disappeared a couple of of the accident and he says the sail- confident that if they had met them they I I distinction will be observable a, to

Country that she ever visited she likes weeks ago and has not been, heard of or made a big hole in the water when he would have come out in safety 'and with I Miss. Rachel Taylor our efficient Sunday the dea,,be they of blue or gray-one

this one the best. The many friends she at last accounts, but there is no suspi- struck but ts the water was not very deep colors flying.When I School Superintendent took the country, one sentiment one love of the

made while here sincerely wish her cion of foul play however.. he managed to get out of the hole with- shore) (little folks of the Sunday School, over to stars and stripes overshadowing all.

hopes may meet fruition. out help. Later in the day the riggingof the Oregon came in to \, the beach for a picnic Monday afternoon. **-..
The fire that had been burning back the cat boat "Idler" was decorated last week she answered no signals and Literary and Social Club Meeting.

! 'Our sanctum was favored with a call in the woods for the past week by the with clothes hung out to dry while Capt. this looked so suspicious that one of our One of our truck farmers while tryingto ...

I this morning by James T. Hogg, of help of westerly winds 'was brought in Alvin Hendrickson in fresh biled shirt citizens together with his wife and make a landiug with a boat loaded The Literary and Social Club recently

..' Melbourne and Frank; A, Baya, of the on us and succeeded iu destroying the and Sunday clothes on was sitting in the child, hastily left their home and hid with tomatoes, by some means capsizedthe organized met again for its real program

firm of Davis & Baya, of Jacksonville, house on the Pluuket place, now owned shade up on the Seminole Block telling out in a sink hole in the brush, where boat aud for a few minutes the truck at the Club House Mrs. Anthony

Managers of the Mutual Reserve Fund by Capt. M. E. Spencer, causing a loss triends the incidents of his recent sojourn Spanish cannon balls could not reach farmer and truck were somewhat mixed the President in the chair. The subjectfor

Life Association. Mr., Hogg is U. S. of about $150. It also ruined nearly, if = on his Jupiter homestead. them., It was considered as very threat- with the semifluid contents cf the canal. the month's study is "Emerson.

Commissioner and business manager oC not quite all the fruit trees on the place -. ening weather there for a while but it Mr. T. 1says it dont pay to ship toma- At the roll call every member responded

the East Coast Republican of Melbourne most of them in bearing It burnedover Early Closing soon cleared off when it was found out toes by water. 'I with a selection from his

and is visiting our County in the McLam Bros. place and up to for certain what vessel it was and the -.- works. The program briefly was as

the interests of his their house and but fortunately weather instruments ceased their in Louis follows:
paper as well as on storehouse WEST PALM BEACH, FLA., wild oscillations A man St. recently slipped ,
other business intent. I neither of them were fired. It May 26, iS9S. and settled down to their nor on the sidewalk and fell his head striking Pano Solo-Mrs. Reese.

t then crossed the fresh water and forced We, the undersigned merchants of mal condition again. the stone pavement. His neck was Paper on Life and Character of Ralph

Our jolly sailors seem to have been l I the owners of the McConn and Sander West Palm Beach,'Florida, hereby agreeto .,. broken and he died instantly. The point Waldo Emerson-Rev. W. J. Cady.

decidedly in it the'past week-in the places to do some backfiring and, hard close our stores at 7 p.m. each evening JUNO JINGLES. of interest to all those villiainous slouches Reading of Essay on ""Compensation"

water, we mean. We have just !learnedof fighting to keep it off of their fields and except Saturday, beginning June --.,.- who throw fruit skins upon the side- Mrs. Sackett.

another accident than the one men- away from their houses, and by Tuesdayit t, 1898, ending Aug, 31. 1898. unless this A fourmast ship lay at anchor about walk is that he slipped upon a banana Key-Note of the Essay-Gus Anthony.

tioned elsewhere, this one happening had reached as far as the Row ley agreement is broken before this by the one mile north of Juno one night last peel.Ex.With Vocal Solo-W. J. Cady.
last week Friday, when one of them homestead on the south which it is now signers. thereof. week. Choice Passages from the Essay-Mrs.
was sailing home from the East Side an abundant bean crop already
Dimick.
threatening.(Tuesday p. m.) and thereis We further mutually agree to abide
just north of town. Whether his hair no telling how far it has gone or what strictly and honestly by this decision, The rag has disappeared and the shipped, a fair tomato crop now goingout Instrumental Duet Autoharp and Gui

j was not parted exactly the middle or damage it has done as yet further north. in witness whereof we have set our hand. steamer Eclipse is again carrying the and a good harvest of pineapples to tar-Mr. and Miss Anthony.
whether his basket of tomatoes I mail. be gathered and sold Florida lungs on Refreshments-Sandwiches and Iced
was not A westerly wind will carry it across the Anthony Bros G. G. Strohm, M. E.
placed exactly in the center of the boatis track and then it can do still gi eaterdamage. caber, O. W. Weybrecht, Carl Schreb- I the upside of a homemade prosperitywave Tea.
not known, the result was an Judge A. E. Heyser left on Monday to and if she will give yellow fever Discussion of Queries Regarding Emerson -
uoset, All of this nick
us ?
Max Sirkin
up way enjoy( ) G. W. Idner&Son,
loss of tomatoes, damp feet and pass two or three days at his orange the grand bounce, as she can, there is !and his Works-By All Present.
a rescue woods fires and dead in
are love with W. Whidden, J.F. Oliver Mrs.J. Frank. Riviera. Meeting next week at the same placeon
by Capt. D. A. Allen. Night clerk Wm: those who set them.Su'bsorl J. D. Mathis, Geo. S. Adams with the grove near really no good reason why she will not I Thursday at 3 p. m. A pleasant feature -
F. Armstrong, Jr., of the F. E. C. Ry., exception of The L. be "strictly in it" when the 1898 roundup of this organization will be the
Bicycle Hospital, Mr. and Mrs. are
I arrived promptly! on time to begin his o for 5pAs $u:;. W. Burkhardt. .Airs. Kaisers lively Thompson little home now on the at is.figured.-Cocoa' and RockledgeNews. I outdoor etc.-to be sports-lawn provided by tennis the Club., croquet


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i J PRIMARY OR CONVENTION source being over, at least! for thisseason r

i j .f t ir0itJtI; inn. when the'weathecl re r up,
i Two at the Dade County
years ago everything be meg n dry and -
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:I rl! :'. Convention a resolution was introduced fire started back in the 'glades -

l'' ,t I GUY I. METCALF. EDITOR. by delegate W. A. Filer of south-west of town and has been '

Iii Lemon City,just before the close of spreading i id different directions" and Net Spring Goods *

1 the Convention, favoring the, adoption fiface. ,
MEMBER OF burning ever
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.1 it i Florida Press Association.AFFILIATED .- of primary election of County This last fire.is said' to, have been -.T .- ." . ." .T.-- '

,1 t candidates for office. This resolution started by alligator banters who set '
\j WITH

J i! 1 National Editorial Association., passed by a unanimous vote, the gawgraas on fire to born it?off: I -* Kohn Furchgott & Co.! i

'j with but little discussion. The resolution they could better find their prey but ,

was not adopted as a, sentiment I . . . . . 6
.
whether I .
1 SVSSCR1P7ION this is so or not we' CtlDDOf88Y . . .T.T.TT..T.T. . .r. T.
: upon which the voters of Dade for in the State, have in
a certainty bat one thins i is and Clothing House
One Tear,to advance......._......82.00 had been called to express TheAditJt and Largest DryGatids,Ca ape h Millinery Pore gn and DomesticIrainsoo _
Six Month.IB adrancc...._._._..f 1.00 County upon sore and that is that such fires'are stock, aDd are daily receiving large quantities of New Spring Goods, including Checked Pratlt{

Three Months advance_......_ COPCILI8HED their opinion or preference! always caused by human agency for DressGOods., SUks..Org&lldies.'F Wash Goods.. White-which India,are Linens offered, now at oar Popular Lots ==-,
but simply the sentiment of the Hosiery, Notions, Laces, Embroideries Straw Hats Etc., Goods, Linens Hosiery -
va Dress
nature knows such such Silks i
as
I no thing as spontaneous PricesA large quantity of goods are imported direct by us, ;
!; < ITXBT THCB3DAT AT WMT rAW Convention acted upon in an impromptu combustion.As and Organdies. Sample cheerfully sent on application.; rz i
1K1CB7DADSCOCHTY. FLOX1DA. manner as it were. To oar WhotesalnTrad e, We'aSei a and complete hue of S n g Goods at as low flicit tie :
.. to what, if any, damage- has Terms and the usual Cash Disco nuts' offered. We i
house ill the United States. Liberal
,
:I a' CXTB2XD: AT' THE POST OFFIC IN WEST PALM new one. It is one that has been in >ort, but north of town tbe fire sblePrites. . . . .
'i r BKACR AS SECOND-CLASS XATTBLd of the .T..T..T. . . . . .T..T.
d. vogue in many parts countryfor worked far enough to the east to do Furnishings
i1 i some time and it is one that has considerable damage up in th<; Man- We are showing a large and'elegant line of Clothing, Gents' -
I P Pioneer PaperotDade County,and the Oldest been the State of Window Shades Lace Curtains, Trunks,
agitated over
and Riviera Carpets Matting, ,
districts ;
I Publication on the East Coast of goma burning: 7
Florida between TitosTllle Florida to a large extent. It so impressed up at least onehou8e; endangering : EttJ"at Low Prices

and Key West. itself the minds of our . . . . . ... . ... ... ..
upon numerous others and causing the .. T T Y ... T . . . T T T T
last Legislature as to be productiveof property owners-up that way great g

": d Cert Advertising'Medium Florida.A on. the Xnst Coastof an act prescribing how such elections deal of hard workio'backfirin and V81021..r. :-.. 'Kohn Furchgott & Co.,

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J #a should be conducted and bow in otberWRYS fighting off the fire ,;; "

: the results should be determined, from their houses and fields, which, Jacksonville Fla. ,

A STOP MUST,B>r PUT to setting the and what power in a party desiring at last accounts, they hud succeededin ,

woods OD fire as it does too much to adopt such method should prescribe '
doing, but the fire was still ragingin
I I damage to be allowed any longer. the rules governing the vote the woods and sawgrass and will 1

: I I, at such primary election. probably continue to do so ,till rain f
As PUERTO Rico produces good That primary nominations are in -
fallsto
enough put an end to its
coffee this fact alone should settle its favor ,generally with the Democratic I career. -
!
r all"II,'1 I fate for it ,gives: us all the grounds party, may be ascribed'to the fact, In addition to the damage done

I, +" I' necessary.forgathering it in. that the method is purely a democratic to houses and crops by fires, they m :E1 GRUBER, DEALERHARDWARE
I
ifl"j : .....rs one, in this, that it gives an also damage: the land jto an extent

s ,J opportunity for the voice of thee people that it takes for"it
Ca to
-VEE-TAY WITH the accent on th years recoverfrorb

I' !;11 vee was the way Cavire was pronounced I to rule. and, by destroying the 'standing and Crockery
t To one familiar with the wire-pul .
/ timber it loss
bat Dewey and his fighters : causes a permanent
t
i j 1 christened it, Dennis with the accent ling slate-making methods of conventions of many a dollar to those that own Glassware Lamps and Lantern

:, 1 'i iFl on the ight-mc5 gads.DRY generally, it is needless to the land. 1 All Kinds of Boat Goods.

: I {:, I .......- say that, our convention nomina Another loss, while possibly not 80great.'in Store,Tin ware, Doors,Bath if 1
: t r I tions are more frequently the out cash value but still one of Tackle and 30s
All Kinds of fishing Sporting s
I ; WEATHER YET but a few clouds comes of trades and "swaps" than *
some account is that caused by the
d i da the.horlzon it is bped.t signs that of the nomination of capable, Gasoline Sto'es.Blue Flame Kerosene OU Stares.
: destruction of sawpalmetto blossoms Harrison Bros.' Ready Mired Paints.
_.
',j ii iii iii ; of coming rain whichissoba fy needed .. intelligent and worthy candidates, ,
,I for the many stands of bees : XaU O= :: a:"' = Fxompt Atta Uon. U-f

"' I! \ by almost tverythiug and everybody and men whom the people have been kept in this section rely mostly on

t including even the fi Jb. led to believe by fair promises, or I :
i'I; these blossoms for tbe most and best
LEGAL NOTICES.
I ',I """ positive instructions to delegates of their honey supply. The destruction PROFESSIONAL CARDSi.
.1 ". I ...
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,
THE STATE the convention would choose. of these blossoms also does .- ,
:::1 r DEMOCRATIC Couven '.; .
I' tion meets in Orlando August 3rd I Dade County has been no more away with all prospects of a supplyof METCALF, De 1 N OTICE OP APPLICATION FOi rnr.u'r '

free from such unworthy, but too DISCHARGE. _
have less berries for this
BO we than two months to palmetto year and I
arrange for sending, delegates thereto common methods than have almostall in picking and selling these somn ATTORNEY- AT- tAW.NOTARY V0U. I Notice Is hereby given,that SIx Koctb after
other counties. We notice by our PUBLIC. this date I shall apply to tilt Coaaty judge at
represent us and onr wfehes before of our citizens were relying on, making Will practice in County,Stale and Federal KNOW S Dade County Florida for final discharge twa

that convention. It wont do to wait exchanges, that at Congressional i quite a little money. Courts.LAND CASES SPECIALTY. the administration of the Estate et William R

toi before Conventions already had in' the it all in all these dounmpa.sutable Parkin,late of Dade County decease
long making a move ithis n Taking fires Office in TKOPICAL 8rn Block
State, that tbe primary nomination harm West Palm Beach Dade County, Jlortda.OEOKGE That the KATE B. FAUCI*.
matter. and not one
Administratrix.West .
........ ,for County officers and for United
iota of in Palm Fla
single good any wayshape Beach February 14 ISpl
THE TRANS-MISSISSIPPI and Inter 'States Senator finds general favor. or form so the sooner they are put a M. BOBBINS& GRAHAM WALTER 8. GKAHAX.CO., EQnitablo Lifo

national Exposition at Omaha opened The question has been frequentlyasked stop to the better; and we again ask ROBBINS i NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

on the first. President Mchnledelivering { y us of late what the views of the citizens of this section, anyway ATTORNEYS AT- LAW, r
ri
I '*W111 practice In all the (fonrta State and LAD OFFICK AT GADCESYII.LS.Fu*!
a short address THE SUN were upon the issue. We if of the whole and April I
f-oni not State, rise up Federal special facilities for examining and i tefotbleia
of Now York i Notice hereby given that ,
g.
believe that consistent i with 1 perfecting land titles.
Washington by we are demand of named settler his filed notice of his
telephone to the assemblage the next legislature such We have closed our West Palm Beach office loteatio
our past, as is well known to the Any business from the Lake Worth section or to make final proof In support of his data and
at Omaha
and then pressing laws as will help to stop the 'setting northern part of Dade Conr-ty should be re- that said proof will be made before Clerk tire
I be electric button that set the readers of THE SUN, and voice the of these fires and to cause them to ferred either to our TitusTille(.r Miami office, Wrote Over colt Court at Juno Fla.,oa Jane iu 189, vis
and will receive proper attention. Jude B. liter, ofH, tripe. Flo
h wish of a majority of the voters of t *
machinery in motion. quickly rut out if once, though Titusvllle,Brerard County, and Miami Dade Hd. 23.596.for the NEtf of SEA. Sec.., Tp.41
the Democratic of Dade County County Florida. 10-21-97 .
party uccidently it be, started. $15ooooooo.ooNew S. R.43 E.
""" may
He the
names following witness to prop kit
3- R when we say that the voters of, continuous residence upon and cultivation rf
I' ALL WHO ARE INTERESTED shout Dade County should have the i PRANK W. POPE. D. C.CAMPBELL. said land via:

tlf remember, that the examination of f of making their own selectionof opportunity FIRES ix THE WOODS kills off the, pOPE & CAMPBELL, Insurance I L A.H.M.risher.Field,of of Juno.Jupiter.FI4.FU.
i E.Peterson, -
f all those who wish to secure teachers' men whom they wish to serve i in timber and thus take away one oft TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LA W. During C.: A. Woodruff! "
"A
certificates will be held at the best 4-J3 W. C..OBI SON. Re&IMe1.
sudden
publicschool the various offices within their gift, our protections against 111 East Bay Street

house in Miami on Tuesday and this can be done in no more assured and extreme changes in the temperature 8-5-97: JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. 1897.

next;Jun% 7th, and this will probably way than by primary nominations. and violent winds. Stop setting The Bade County State Bank

be the Only examinationwilt that these fires. C. HOOD,.M. D..

tie held in this County during the Tbatconventiousseldomgive them 11 11. Has Now I Palm Beach Florida.

: coming school year. this privelege we have already pointed DECORATION DAY came, was appropriately PHYSICIAN AND SURGtON.
Insurance
Life in
1 ,i r "'" out, and it certainly seems too us observed, and is gone. Next Office and Residence'near Royal Poinclana Authorized Capital 100000.
Hotel. PALM BEACH.
i I INASMUCH AS the statute gives tI that the primary method is worth comes Fouth of July and the question 13-1-97 Force ofOver Paid Up Capital $15,000.

I 1 j r the Executive Committe the right to the trial, at least. naturally arises,What are you PUGH, M.' D.,

1' I M designate qualification! of voters atI' We are not unaware that conditions i- going to do about it" in the way of E.W. OFFICERS

i I 1 primary eleetions It is pertinent to may exist iu certain Counties; celebrating the day? rPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. E. N. DIMICK, President

I';{ inquire whether tbe Executive Com possibly in Dade, when, by reason of "''' Residence-West Office in rear Side of Dimtek's of Olive Drug Street$,tore.3 Doors 950000000.00 U. D. HENDRICKSON, Vice-Prttldent.

I : t, mil\\'illadmit to fellowship! those u preponderating vote, one particular LIKE THE REMEMBRANCE of a dreamit South of Clematla Avenue. Ana Has CEO L. BRAHNIHQ, Caahier.
"j t 3-2 l>0 WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
quasi-Democrats who bolted the section or locality may have it
j': Bryan ticket last election to support within its power to fill by nomination strikes us that a few short months a Branch Offlsd at West Pita Bil.
ago the streets and alleys of this
city B. M.
POTTER D.
t the }'i1lmer- nckn'r side show of the all the offices i it desires, to the i TJ I Office Hours From .
were overrun with goats of almost SurplusOver io L m. to I p. m.EeQeralBanklogBysfasssTramiiii
il Republican party. We shall see. exclusion of the County at large; but i
all colors, conditions and sizes while 3-23-93 PALM BEACH. FLAr

,I i I' 11 we believe that from the number of tn.JSlv .nn. .. nun_.. .Ja tn..... Ha aaan,,, Pnw-, I: tv_>iio.. t,>v...___._.i___....._ __ j._ -.
-- ---0: '1 "" u. 4 "' -promptly remitted OB omf W
ALMOST EVERY EDITOR in the country candidates that may be in the field, haps the butchers who sold such good A. PUGH, 48000000. receipt Drafts bought and aold on the principal
ii the good sense of th be cities of the .
people can United State i-:9-fit
i is tumbling over himself in his mutton this last winter can explain DENTIST.Crown .
depended to select the lest
hurry to tell tb N govenment; what to upon the disappearance of the goats. and Bridge Work a 8pecl ty. ---------- --- to
man for the office let him be from
4 do with the Phillipine Islands. They Local Anaesthetic deed ,In E&eraction
what section of the County be may. of Teeth. Strongest Comp'yIn Clematis Avenue
do not seem to be able to comprehend Teeth Extracted Without Pain.
Selfishness will not always OFFlCE-tth Door from Cor. Clematis Ave.
i prevuil to
the fact that we have just begun FROM THE REPORTS of our vegetable and Olive St.
the extent of exclusiveness. All other t. .9a WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA. the WorldAny Supply Store
in this section --:;
: to lay in a stock of islands and it growers we can

would be better to wait until we hud things being equal, home preferences state for a fact that crops for this

,.. a full supply on hand before deciding might: prevail, but, on the whole, we season just closing were fair to ood. L.T. DANIEL, One Contemplating ::-Wet Palm Beach, fluids,

t : I what to do with any of them. Wait believe a general equilibrium of jus- and in sume cases even extra,in spiteof DENTIST. Insuring Hisor J. D. IIA THIS. Proprietor.

i .) a little longer, gentlemen, and Uncle tice will prevail if the people can give last winters freeze and the profits, COCOA INDIAN RIVER FLORIDA. .88 Her (Sacs ss.r U Braaaiaf.Bakery and Cmtrj Ct)

'f ,; &im may have enough to divide up expression to their wishes,unfetteredby while not as big as most of thegrow- Life Motto-Qufck Sale and Small Pro.",.'

I i' and give you each a little island all convention methods, as too often ers naturally wanted them 'to be, \tV ALLACE B. MOSES, Should Write to the Bakery
i Goods and
'I : to yourself. That is what practiced. were more than was expected early in
I' we are Successor to A. W. Robert, Undersigned. Family
waiting for and have the one all STOP THOSE FIRES! the season+ and fully enough to give REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, Groceries

I ,. picked out that we want and a boat encouragement for renewed eftorts Agent for West Palm Beach Town Lots also .....My Specialty.Goods .
An issue West Palm Beach Water
two Works.
or took
ago we occasion
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all ready to take us to it.COUNTY next season. NOTARY PUBLIC. COUPON.PEREZ
I to make some remarks about Clematis Avenue,near Olive Street. delivered free to any part
: 11i 5-21-97 West Palm Beech Florida. of the City or across the Lake.
the fires thnt are started in different THE SEVEN O'CLOCK F. HUFF
i CLOSING MOVEMENT Manager, All Orders Given Prompt AtteaUoa.
; :
t EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ways in the woods and saw grass/ allover is a long stride in the right direction. I. METCALF The Goods First Class
tI't GUY Equitable Life of N.Y and Fresh. HigbMt
I' i! Meeting of the Democratic .,
of the State and
party suggested! that There is no good reason to prices paid for country produce.

I Dade County is called for Friday, means.be taken to put a stop to it be advanced for keeping open doors NOTARY PUBLICFor Jacksonville Florida. Buy of me and I will sate yon moeey. 6-HT
t: June 10th at West Palm the State of Florida at Large.
Beach.
At even, if necessary make penalty for until ten o'clock or later while there Deeds Mortgages, Leases and Contracts I would like to receive an example -

this meeting arrangements will be the setting of such fires. is every reason for proprietors to Drafted.Conveyancing of NEW M. D.
your L.
DODSON.
a POLICY
made for the nduct of Specialty.
f' The circumstances
primary that
broughtthe take little recreation this summer All Work Guaranteed Legally Correct.
'f elections either for the election Office in TROPICAL adapted to my age.
of subject of these tires to our mindat weather, both for themselves and fort:1nip SUN Block,
West Palm Beach, Dade t@i
t : delegate -to a convention or for that time was that. several of nlftpta....!. anioauiatonto Tf nil County, Florida. I 1. ___ .. _.
JI l the nominaton: of cnrdidates+ by the them were burning in this -- -- I OV. 'a UU>I JOO4OICIUUO. 41 Oil I i was corn on toe...........day of I II Miami
vicinity I keep closed no one merchant can FRANKLIN SHEEN. GEO. O. BUTLER. Florida.
f f primaries themselves. The primary then, and had already done some i possibly have the &; BUTLER. I 8-a8-s.

t system is undoubtedly calculated toget damage and were threatening to do : ov?r another. slightest In another advantage column SHEEN SURVEYORS AND-CIVIL ENGINEERS. I ....................................18......... gEMINOLE BARBERSHOP.D. : .

: a voice of the people themselves, more, and there was but little
prospects of this paper is a list of those Office at West Pam Beach M.

/ : and inasmuch as this is thecase and of putting them out as the who have entered into tbe agree Lands legally subdivided and maps fur- Name....................................... FIRST CLASS GEACJUDEAC, Manager
both last nibbed. Selecting and grading lands, locat TONSORIAL WORK
:) our County Conventionand weather at that time was very dry.. ment. THE SUN hopes it will haveno ing and estimating timber specialty. Careful New

f\1 3' our State Legislature declared Right after that a few showers occasion to publicly record any munteations and correct by work mall receive guaranteed.prompt All atten-coin, Address.................................... : Furnlture-Eyerythlag and Clean. Neat
1' in favor of primaries THE SUN hopes came that put out those fires and violation of good faith ou the partof ces.tion. WEST Maua and PALM Blue BEACH.Prints at FLA.Lowed 117.95for Pri 10-21-97 Shop tnder Seminole Hotel.

to see the primary system adopted we were about congratulating Wat Palm Beach. na
ourselves those whose uigQ.atu.rp are at? --- -

for. the nomination of candidate OP onr danger from that attached I I Snbscribo Tie 811 The man who cheats the printer out of-a

J Try THE SUN for Job j4P k. I cent wi'l never reach the heavenly land whet!'
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.rh. A PANORAMIC VIEW OF'THE HARBOR OF HAVANA. :


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PEARL olution in 1895, when there commencedthe I peaks, with precipitous sides, may be Sierra del Cobre and has its outlet on ..p : +LO LG.3 LtueP,
OF
THE ANTILLES. !1 devastation which has cost Cuba so' seen in many directions along the shore. the south coast near Mauzauillo. There pOtted y. arly. The cccoa tree also grows

dearly. Picturesque Havana. are a few other streams which are navigable very well and the bean is of a very sn-I

The chief products of the island are To say that Havana is picturesque for small boats for a distance of perior quality.The .

sugar and tobacco, and the amount an- and beautiful is but to give vent to the from 8 to 20 miles. Next in importanceare cedar furnishes the material of

nually realized from these products during first superficial expression that comes to the streams Guines and Ay. At one tbe cigar boxes. The fruits of the island

THE STORY OF CUBA HER PEOPLE; ]i the years just preceding the last up- your lips. Spain itself cannot show a time it was the intention to cut a canal comprise nearly all those found in the

rising has been, on the average, 85,000- more curious or interesting city. Studyit through the land intervening and bisect tropics. The pineapple is indigenous to

000 pesos(dollars), and the revenue from as you approach it from the sea, with the island but the idea was finally the soil. There were at the time of the

AND HER" RESOURCES. mineral sources has been grossly estimated mighty Morro set high upon the headland abandoned as impracticable.Cuba discovery of the island six varieties of

at 3,500,000 pesos. ,The amounts time dyed in mottled splotches cf contains many mineral springs the sweet potato cultivated by the na

J I derived from other sources (including' yellow, gray and black and the red and which are famed for their valuable healing tive Indians, as well as the :yucca or

cotton, of which a good deal is produced yellow flags above, with La Junta across properties, principal among them cavassa and Indian corn. Although the

I ) were considerable, but these the narrow, channel, prim and white being those known as the baths of San forests are dense, very nearly impenetrable f

[Copyrtght,1s9S. by the Author.] tion at Madrid, and thus from years of I were the most, important. And just save where the ugly dahlgren guns flash Diego. I they are inhabited by no wild

Cuba! It is a name that now is fa- weakness, strength grew, so that insurrection here, as an instance of the slumbrous at you like venomous black eyes and The temperature of the water is 82 animals larger than the wild dogs,

miliar to every household in all the came to mean revolution, and I apathy that has resulted from years of the city is as interesting and impressivea degrees F., and it is very strongly im- which are, in fact small wolves. These

civilized earth. The suffering of its there dawned upon the sight of the hopeless'subjugation and practical serf- sight as human eye ever beheld.As pregnated with oxygen, carbonic acid are pests to planters as they destroY'' _

people the dying groans of its tortured striving patriot the splendid vision of a dom, the opening up of the iron minesin the capital metropolis and chief gases, chloride of sodium, sulphate of quantities of poultry and young cattle.

patriots, have forme4 the minor key of blood bought but free republic.But the province of Santiago de Cuba, at seaport of Cuba it is one of the best lime nitrate of lime, iron, magnesia, The jutia, a email animal resembling.

sorrow in the world's grand of people know mere of the struggles the eastern end of the island, may profitably known cities in the American hemi- silex and chloride of calcium. Four muskrat living in trees and having the

song of Cuba than they do of Cuba itself. be cited. These valuable mines, sphere. Its splendid harbor its commercial glasses of it a day and two baths are the habits of the raccoon is the only other

progress. And yet, in spite of the fact I Every civilized inhabitant of tho globe though discovered nearly a century ago, importance its climate and, the regulation cure for almost every disease animal of importance that is found.;,

that it has long held the interest and has followed with feelings of indig'nation never felt the blow of a pick until 1883, tinge of romance that ever attaches to known to materia medics but it is Birds in great number and variety )

sympathy of fair minded people, no and pity the story of Cuba's suffer when a party of New York capitalists its people have made its fame world probable that the warm, pure air, simple make their homes, and many migratory;;

land is so little known and so greatly ing. All the "insurrections the"Sep determined to make an effort to pur- wide. Havana has about 260,000 inhab- diet and faith have much to do withit. fowls use the island for a breeding

underestimated. The traveler who aratist wars" and tbe other vain but chase and develop them. Negotiationswith itants. It was founded ,but 23 years At any rate, a great many surpris- place.

glimpses for the first time her marvel valiant efforts of the Cubans to throw the Spanish government were at after the discovery by Columbus and ing cures have been effected, particularly Characteristic of the People.

oar chores is overcome with astonish off the Spanish yoke have appealed to once commenced and in 1885, after two has always been the commercial emporium of bronchial and scrofulous com-
The of the is light and:
spirit people
ment at the of immense his chivalry and wrung his heart with I j years of persuasion, concessions were of the Antilles. plaints. People have been taken from
panorama possibility gay. The Latin mind is volatile and not!
that lies grief and rage; but, as a rule, he is as obtained and work was commenced. Few cities have such beautiful parks the steamer on litters, apparently just
before
Grief likes
shimmering ignorant of the scene of these struggles Stock companies were organized in New and driveways as has Havana. The great ready to die, who in a week's time given to mourning. here
him, for even now, her richest vestments I hatred, is violent while it lasts, butt
York and Philadelphia- bonds have been the hills
as if they had occurred in the viewlessair. were Plaza de Armas is the chief. It com riding over on horseback
shredded, her body bleeding under And yet, in the comparativelysmall floated. These companies were the Ju- prises four parks, in the center of which and in a month have gone home as smiles and laughter follow swiftly.The .

the violent hands of an unnatural compass of its watery boundaries ragua, the Spanish-American, the Signe is a statue of Ferdinand VIL Then "good as new" and well as anybody.If race characteristics are distinctly

parent, Cuba remains the indestructiblePearl I there is concentrated a.greater variety i and others. From these mines the annual there are the Alameda de Paula bor. these springs were in the United She Latin. The Cuban lady is charming.;
with invariably
of the Antilles, with such wealthin I of natural resources than are to be exportation grew to be more than dering on the bay, and the Campo de States, with the same air to accompany moves simple elegance '

her coil and under it as no earthly I found in any other island state, proVo j:, 500,000 tons of iron ore and 40,000 tons Marte used as a drill ground for the them or if managed where they are by of American having that great desideratum unaffect1)

power can take away. ince or country beneath the sun. | of manganese, amounting to $3,000,000in military. This is an enormous park. It some sensible, wide awake Anglo-Sax most women-an

As everybody knows, the development This may sound extravagant, but thestatement value at the lowest estimate. has four handsome gates named respec- on, they would become the sanitariumof ed and graceful carriage. Bonnets and!
hats which for the
of Cuba had been from its earliest is verified by'all reliable statistics I attains II Easy. tively Colon Cortez Pizarro and Tacon. .. the world, beside which Saratoga are things most
she knows
occupancy retarded and at times practically and unprejudiced witnesses. And I! Mining was nominal, as the ore could- Tbe Paseo de Tacon is a magnificent Carlsbad, Las Vegas and White Sulphur she part, happily her not at shouldersor all. but
wears across glancing
stopped by the rule of Spain. when those who cavil come to reckon : be readily broken by surface blast drive with double rows of trees. It has would hide their diminished heads..
up r lightly thrown over her head a shawlof
Soon after the foot of Columbus touched up its advantages:-its millions of acres I ing. In order to carry ore, To the Uniteu- :numerous columns and statues among All Kinds of Minerals. white or black lace. The highest examples -

her virgin soil the dark cloud of oppression of soil richer ,than any in the United States a large fleet of steamers was nec- the latter one of Charles III ranking Nearly all metals and minerals that of her are almost matchless as

began to hover over her, and it was States; that will grow anything from a ., essary. On the return trip from the Unit- among the finest works of art in Amer are useful in any sort of industry are types of glorious dark, feminine beauty,.
only by the sheer force of her innate potato to a pineapple; its abundant ed States these found in silver iron
steamers at first went ica.The Cuba-gold, copper with their slight, well rounded figures,:
worth, coupled with the necessities of yields of. sugar and tobacco; its tremendous i i empty or with ballast only, but it finally commerce of Havana is only sur quicksilver, lead, asphaltum in all their wealth of billowy, blue black

her inhabitants that her glorious products forests of mahogany lAnd other dawned upon tbe owners of the vessels passed in the new world by that of New its forms, antimony, arsenic,manganese, hair and the finely chiseled features of

became even to a limited extent, precious woods; its uplands, upon which I| that loads might as well be carried, York. Two-thirds of the products of copperas, red lead, etc. In the Sarama- their sweet oval faces, which seem, after

available. is grown every product of the temper- and the steamers !Lt-gau to take coal to Cuba find outlet through Havana. The guacan and several other rivers gold has all, but the fit setting of glorious eye,*
When in 1511 Columbus sent his son ate zone, and its fertile valleys, from j tho West Indies. of alone been in
And thus it came exports sugar are annually about found though not paying quan- dark as night, soft as velvet, yet brightas
Diego with a number of colonists, to which luxuriantly spring the most luscious about that the shipment of iron ore to 120,000,000 pounds. tities. Silver of a certain grade aboundsin winter stars. That tbe Cuban lady i*

Cuba, the big island was speedily settled fruits of the tropics; its mines of the United States facilitated the exportation Havana was first called San Cristobalde Pinar del Rio San Fernando and not lacking in mentality in native wit,

and measurements of its proportions iron and copper and manganese; its of Pennsylvania coal to the West la Habana, in honor of Columbus, Yumuri. Almost all the metamorphicrocks cleverness and understanding she baa

were made by a party of official hundreds of beautiful and excellent Indies. but gradually the pr.'Jx was dropped. contain copper, and these are scattered often proved when transplanted to more

agramensorea (surveyors), and these harbors, and the soft, healthful atmos- I The development of this industry was Havana has been frequently attacked all over the island. It is usually stimulating climates. She has been at

measurements were of such accuracy phere of perpetual summer that forms one of many enterprises that have been from the sea. Drake'tried to tale it in found in the form of pyrites and sal- leader in the brilliant intellectual salon

that they remain as standards today. the setting for this peerless "Pearl" Ii successfully pursued in this wonderfulland 1585, but failed. In 17G2 a British fleet phurets.In of Paris, and if at home she is seldom _

The length of the island was found to their doubts will be swallowed up in despite the singularly unfavorable under Admiral Pocock bombarded the the eastern part of Cuba, about 13 distinguished by high intellectual accomplishments

be in round numbers 600 miles, its conviction. conditions that have existed. Cuba's city and compelled it to capitulate, but miles from Santiago, the rich copper it may charitably be hup-

width at its narrowest point 21 miles A Complex Study.A greatest wealth must always come from it was restored to the Spaniards the mines of El Cobre were worked for a posed to be chargeable to a climate

and at its widest point 111 miles. study of this wonderful island is the vegetable products of the earth. .next year by the treaty of Paris. good many years by an, English com- which renders protracted, mental efforta

This gives to the long shark shaped complex from any standpoint. The geographer Her soil is wonderful. It is not only Not a Hot Country. pany. They were abandoned during the real pain even to trained minds.
island an area of approximately43.000 with the best map in his possession last revolution. There other mines
fertile but inexhaustible. Three are
,
cropsof We Under the favorable conditions of
are accustomed to think of Cuba I
size of the
miles the
square or nearly will find new inlets the naturalist not and not exhausted.
of cane grow from one planting. No as a hot country, situated as it is une"r i yet open some yet peace, when homes have not been mar
state Pennsylvania.In will add to his collection and tbe The of the is
fertilizers are used. The 'soil in places city Santiago, by way,
the tropics and the red and polluted by tbe rough and degrading *
common impression
view of the necessity of the extensive .
mineralogist will revel in novelties, and worth than
has the great depth of 27 feet. Tobacco more mere passing mention the
which incident to i is correct to the extent that the mean touch of trooper, the Cuban
exploration was even the blase cosmopolitan will recoverin it the chief
of the
needs no to make and not being city eastern department
a
this it guano crop average temperature of the year is higher girl of quality is reared in the strictest
comprehensive survey seems Cuba the which had out of
zest gone It lies 600 miles southeast of
nearly so much labor is in
as required than in countries farther north refinement, and even tbe are
but more
poor
passing strange that no more of Cuba'srichnesawas his life. And all this is merely to say cultivation elsewhere. that the present capital and ranks third in
Anything
the climate is There regardful of the proprieties than theyare
discovered and utilized for more equable. are
that a great deal of the accepted data commercial first
grows under the tropical sun can be not those sudden variations that in importance-Havana under the demoralizing influence of
the development of the strength and .
with reference to Cuba is either inexactor and Matanzas second It is the archbish-
value of the new colony. This derelic- grown in Cuba although during recent many parts of the United States are ro. war. But the education of Cuban children
wholly faulty. This, of course like tbe soil has been given to the op's residence: and to it people flock
years
up severe on the human constitution. In has been sadly neglected. As I*teas
tion, however, was probably not the
everything else that works injury to the from all of the island during
production of and tobacco. parts certain -
sugar Havana for the 1855 not a primary school could be
example, temperature
fault of the really vigorous and average
progressive island as to its relation to the rest of Before the torch of yearly religious festivals, which are
devastating war of the hottest month is 84 found in towns boasting 2,500 or 3,000
of the
adherents of the son great
the world, is duo to the autocratic and celebrated with remarkable and
had laid waste the canefields and pomp
discoverer. Indeed from a careful studyof destroyed degrees; of the coldest, '72. In Santiagode inhabitants. In 1851, when Cuba was
ignorant methods of,the Spanish authorities It is also the terminus of
.
factories and mills the busy ceremony.
Cuba a city often mentioned iu tbe compelled to contribute $9,000,000 in
dates not
history, though exact are to
the tendency of whose "disci two railway lines, one of which is the
hum of fruitful labor stirred all the air.
war the of the support of the of Spain the
dispatches ,
be obtained, it would seem that it was is toward average yearis army
pline" handicapping Lomas
every outlet of de Cobre the famous
soon after its colonization that the The cost of making sugar was gradually 80; of the hottest month 84; of the amount appropriated for public instruc
public spirited enterprise and retarding reduced the introduction of labor copper mines, and the other passing
by coolest 73. These tion in the island was less than $30,000.A .
greed of the mother country began to I are high figures, but
everything that is not done directly in through the richest district affords .
saving and the business sugar ,
machinery set not high for island in few Baracoa, with 1,865
an lying years ago
cripple the enterprise and mar the des very
tho interest of the honor and glory and
tled down to basis and the transportation for that great
a paying by children had than
tiny of the new government that was equatorial regions and surrounded by no more two publio
revenue of the across the sea, for The of the
power staple. reach
increased of the demand exports port
forming on this new soil. power production water that is warm to the hand all tile schools, with accommodation for 138
Cuba' Great Grievance whom this ,poor downcast people have for cano grew, planters were encouraged year round. To a stranger from a dry the handsome annual aggregate of $8- children, and costing for teachers' salaries -
been working out what has heretofore three-fourths of which is
000,000, in
and the fruitful island began
feature rent of building and other
,
country a more objectionable expensesthe
The grievance of Cuba, which has appeared to be a life subsidy. i the
sugar rest cocoa, rum, tobacco,
to wear a prosperous air. The tobacco than of.
the steady heat is the tremendous yearly sum $780. Manzaniilo
lasted all these years, dates from this I Notwithstanding all these difficulties, and honey and mahogany.Of .
planters manufacturers also improved -
rainfall. The geographical and with 3,079 children, had four public
topo-
early period. It was in its nature and I the enterprise of Americans and others their methods, and this rival the fertility of Cuba's soil too
schools
with attendance
of
graphical situation of Cuba an 185.
operation the parallel of the one which I I foreign to the soil has led native industry with its saccharine providestwo much cannot be said. In the western
product kept
even their
pace full
seasons only the wet and the dry. capacity at a yearly expense
brought about the bloody but glorious t! in the right direction, and its eornj part the celebrated Vuelta Abajo tobacco -
The annual
competitor. sugar crop During tho latter rains ara not frequent, of $3,636 for salaries rent of buildings,
birth of our own independence-that is I j coerce has grown in the teeth of riot and worth the tobacco is raised. It has no equal in the
I was $45,000.000
school material Las Tunas with
.. being atoned for however, by the abundance etc. ,
. to say, taxation without representation. t insurrection. The normal, population world.. In the eastern Santi
$6,000,000. Then the part near
crop came revolu of 1,297 children had two schools with
the dew, but in the rainy season ,
But there was a vast difference in the 1,'iOOOOO, composed of something near tion. Somehow, when one writes of ago, there are some tracts of land which ,
156 children at
Jupiter Pluvius seems to turn him- an annual total cost of
situation of the Cubans. While oar Rev : 1,000,000 persons of Spanish descent, excellent tobacco almost fine
yield
Cuba as as
everything !back to that
I comes self loose to excel all previous efforts, $1,160. The children of the well to do
olutiouist fathers were vastly inferior to j 10,000 foreign \"bites.13,000. Chinese that of Vuelta
II point and strikes it as against a dead and froth 125 to 140 inches of rain is Abajo. families were either educated at home
the in of numbers I
their
enemy point and 500,000 negroes and colored people,
wall after clearing tbe cruel hurdles of Even Coffee Thrives.
there at schools at
not uncommon, being about 132 or private a cost entirely
proportion to the whole number of fight. is not a busy throng. ,The loitering Cuban -
who could Spanish tyranny. days when the rain comes down not in The sugar cane grows all through the beyond the means of the lower classes.,
landed
fug Englishmen be of
on today can hardly be recognized as
uur shores was not of such smallness as I I the descendant of those sturdy pioneers But let us revert to the first branch of .. drops, but in sheets, in masses in tub- island and yields the largest percentage The gentleman of Cuba is well
all whereas I the subject-the island proper: in its en fuls at a time, as though the windows known of saccharine matter. In some known. His hot blooded impetuosityand
to preclude hope, the mere I' of the sixteenth century who fashioned
tirety. The coast contour of Cuba is :. of the hea"ensvere opened and tbe parts of the island: the coffee tree thrives his open handed generosity are
handful of Cubans
were so overwhelm- 'I' the gigantic bastions of El Castillo de
ingly overmatched by the armed forts la Fuerza-tbe Castle of Strength t broken with hundreds of inlets all of floods of the great aerial deep had bro. very well, and the quality of the beanis characteristics with which all the worldis

them harbors in greater or less degree ken loose. So abundant is the rainfall, in equal to the best Maracaibo or Cen- acquainted.And .
that could
Spain muster as to be practi still he cau bo brought to bestir himselfif
cally in her power after the first demon a sufficient financial inducement is each having its small fortifications ics fact, that, as a recent traveler remarks, tral American. The banana and the now, when his visit is at an end,

stration. offered. To be entirely just, it should be villages and its special industries. The the wonder is that any island remains; plantain also flourish. Large quantities and his explorations are completed and

And so there have been insurrection, said that enterprise is not wholly wanting profile of the island, to quote the language : that the whole is not dissolved and car cf the latter are raised and consumedin he dwells in pleasant retrospect upon

after insurrection and defeat after defeat even the laboring classes. of tbe railroad engineer, varied ried off into the sea. But in Cuba no the country. It is an exceedingly tbe illimitable richness of this singularly
among .
and the consequent horrible butch. And so capital which was at first'largely : and picturesque, here a high peak, therea one minds the rain.Notwithstanding. nourishing food. Of the former in the interesting isle, the stranger is forced
valley, there a plain. Beginning at the peculiarities of eastern part, there are great plantations to admit that with all her wealth of
cries of retribution, until Cuba, the American, was put to work, and asa
beautiful, the rich the wonderful hasbeen result cities have up lane Santiago de Cuba, the most easterly of its coast line, Cuba has more than 200 and several million dollars' worthare resource Cuba must be accepted, as it
sprung
little more than a bloody abattoir plantations have been put uuder cultivation the six provinces, and proceeding westWard ; excellent ports. The principal of these exported every year to the United has been classed by Cubans as the

through Puerto Principe, Santa are Havana, Bahia Hondo, Puerto da States. country of manana (tomorrow), for,
wherein the lives and hopes of a weak.;, mines have: been opened up. and
Clara, Matanzas Habana and to theland's The and the
aboundin
pineapple
Matanzas Cardenas
Cabanas orange
but marvelously courageous people have sugar, tobacco and the hundreds of oth. : Sagua-la though partially developed, her resources -
end of Pinar del Rio, the tourist Grande Nuevitas Mala- the island and about 12 other
been periodically sacrificed er valuable'products of the island have La Guanaja species are to a large extent lost to all
traverses magnificent stretches of plateau Manati Puerto del Padre Santiago cf most delicious fruits, as the and is
But the immortal longing for liberty been made to enrich it. As is well gneta good purposes it to the morn .t
could not be crushed out of the breastof known, a large and usurious part of the and crosses innumerable valleys de Cuba, Mauzauillo Canto Santa guava the mango the rnamey, the of liberty the advancement of education -
skirts high mountains and follows deep Cruz Cienf uegos, Cochinos and La Broa. : anona, etc. and the concurrent emancipation'of
the sons of these patriots, and they, annual revenues cf planters, miners and
and picturesque gorges but the mountains The rivers of Cuba are not large but As has been said the forests of the thought and action that Cubans must
in turn, have made the same struggle.But manufacturers has beeu taken for taxes,
become hills, and these are gradually fewer than island contain a great number of valuable look
these heroio numerous, there being no 260 for, the rehabilitation of their
the results of efforts and at length it has found its way into
shaded down until in the extreme of them, all told, and that is exclusiveof hard and cabinet woods, among them loved isle and her acquirement of that ;
became in time of more and more importance the ever depleted coffers of the home
to the people of Cuba and lesspad ; government at Madrid. And still trafao west a surface, generally level, is reached small creeks and dry beds of torrents, the mahogany and the cedar, of which place iu tho grand march of nations to
although in the vicinity of the called The the there are large quantities. which
and worth
', arroyos. Canto only very her innate wealth en ;
less to the &administra increased until beginning of the
satisfactory rev '
Queen City, Havana, small but rugged really navigable stream, rises in the There are plantations of the cocoanut title her. WALTER J. DJ.VI!$. .,


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,,4: THE.. TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE. 2, 1898.
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fll'i\1ii J1j I; : S2Traveler. l ': .. "".....,.. I -REYNOLDS & HULL, I SAMUEL. B. MILLER Bstab1ishecllS.fl.S. 'CIAK2XC&G. rF -Th-


,tj !.I !\. ; Management. B. MILLER & CO.
fl\ ., I .; WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX ll >= a e

'::1 i a! I .. f'-;FELIX GARCIA Prop. .@' Jacksonville, Fla. WHOLESALE
t
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'tjll' j I .

, jl 1 t The Bast $2.00 per day Hotel. in Florida. qtish, 6gsts'1'S, GmeTW : Commission Fish Dealer if I JS33.d t 1

J i i' ..1 j '. <.. .'Take car at the Union UePt and ask the Conductor to stop at the,Travelers 4.21TChas1 No. 7 Fulton Fish Market, NEW YORK. t__ 2Ii I

J G1'ssn C U1'tZs. 1
\} J, ,\ L Special Attention 'yentothe sale of Pompano, Spanish _
Mackerel Blue Fish, Etc. _
;
f : N. Wdllshanslt3 SERVICE TWICE A DAY. References( : l l"UitOD and Market: Nation Bank States.StendlU or. any Wholesale IDDi
Dealer in the United k
'
." We catered to the best trade last year and
11.18-3_ r
',1 application. t
furnished on
: are fully prepared to do so this season. gg- 1I
I, 't -STATE AGENT FOR
\ : ; '. 1896-,
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I : ::: I'i' Longman & Martinez Paints SPECIAL ATTENTION lJnlJ'E' & /'AcLA'D'W.JACKSONVILLE, FLORID- .-3Fruits Tl

IS GIVEN TO ORDERS FRO f 11&


..: .: Lime, Brick, Shingles, < The East Side.WEST and Produce --a 1791

.
I,3; J. \ Cement and Coal Tar. Commission Merchants.
:
4 4t ; PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. 11.4-91 1801

1 Fancy Gnttet and Cheese 1891

:! Agent for Sickler's Peerless ,Cement Plaster. Grad'e ___
If you are thinking'irrigating .your truck farm, Solicit. Your Business. : :.
< i pineapple field or orange grove send me size of area -
I .
j' : ;: 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. 10-21-97 IRRICATIO N you wish to cover'and full information of what you i, We only solicit the business of Merchants and WIll Not nil orders fr'm Consnmrr Of i
I -', -' want and I will be glad to furnish all information should buy from their home dealers. .n g4 18&
}
f, (n ,... desired and give estimate of cost. -

: J. G. CHRISTOPHER A$ 188
New house; best accommodations o&tilj

'r' O. VI. WEYBRECHT Machinery and Mill Supplies. TEL East Coast; table first-class, and every; ___

Irrigating Machinery a Specially. .. JLHJ a. LLJJUUU LLU convenience and comfort; hot and coldf

: .;I : I : .. Dealer In Hardware, 10-21-97 JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. baths modern improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section;,c&e. -| 1
*
; 1 to the Inlet; fish and oysters in abundance.

;"X Sleam f and Gas Fitter Mixed Paials Terms Moderate. 172we


4 I' a1 I .:', '..:..,'.: Tin, Copper C, anil Sheet Iron Work- Our 5prir45ty1e. J. L. JENSEN, Proprietor, 1&

t'.* 4. : OJ m mmmu acmmmmm mmm m JENSEN BBEVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA. IS

g 1 t t s''r ; Dealer in Puaps, Pipe Fittings, and General Plumbing Supplies, Tin Ware Zgf Don't fail to stop at Jensen when visiting the Indian Eiver. tti69q
Agate Ware, and House Furnishings of Every Kind.

; FOP fflen's Wear

f 1. :'AGENT FOR 'THE AERMOTOH. CONSTRUCTOR of IRRIGATION! PLANTS
+, Are all in. The largest and handsomestline 18.
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/ y JM _ LITTLE BROS.
t "_. .. of Woolens in the South. Best work
16
: ] '.' .:. Estimates on Work null Material. One or both promptly best finish best fit and lowest prices. Suits

.. Furnifbec;. 1 31 If to"rorder $12.00, $13.50 $15.00 $16.00

; '.X7EST.. 'PzosLl BEACH; FLOP.IDi's $18.00, $20.00 $22.50, $25.00 and up.PANTS fertilizer 9 3 pt05pfyate <:ompaly,1Jacksonville ) | ISm
u'
'i ; .. I Nl G -$2 75 $3.00$3.50. $...oo, $5.a0, _
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t A I I J' $6.00, $7.oo and up. Florida.

FURNITURE. ru
i MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT-Samples and Self-Measurement Blank senton

a' 1 ;?'"r.' .Household.. Sewing Machines] application. If you are requiring Fertilizers for ._. =
'_ The eat Mtcbine Made, Light Bud
I"jfol. ..eless_ -. Running The Price Tailor Vegetables, Pineapples, Etc, write to .
Popular
{ 1 : ,, and give more value .
i .Sole, Ajrentfor the famous Wall Trunk :Mattresses : L I V us we can you
; : made to onier. A Com for than other Manufacturer .
plpte Hue of 13 Main St., Jacksonville, Ha. your money any

* FURNITUREof or Dealer in this State or .

? all descriptions; at Rock Bottom Prices; both t6r; We do Dyeing, Cleaning Repairing Altering and Pressing. r".28.97 from any other State. Write f or pamphlets 1-
Wholesale and Itetnil. Baby Can(ages from ?G .
up to(2O. Go Carts Refrigerators,Ice Chests, ;ys s5?t' prices, etc., to above address.Ocean .11-12-97 1
'Etc.- f

\\> have a consignment of Oak Pinfnan, 1
1
t
t Ket-d UorLcrs that will: be sold cry low. We % r!/<\ NEW SEMIHOLE HOTELOnly l

I handle BICYCLES.the Famous Ckveland! and RamMer Steamship Company: 1

'"
Brick Hotel in Town."WEST .
Especial atteutlon'given to our Mail Orders "
i We G'nrantee Satisfaction, both in goods audI "SAVANNAH LINE. .
.
.Prices. Call on ns,or send in your itrdew to i PALM: BEACH:, FLATHE'

j J 15 and 17 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE. FLA. '" Florida 4 I
', 90 Has recently been completed, built in the most sub- '

I; : I. -I. 1. E. COOPER M'f g C O. ONLY S6.00 SE'IINOLE stantial manner and elegantly furnished; situatedon To New York And Boston. -_

,,}! I ij' r high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding magnificent, unobstructed -
" 'I
- I I view each way, and guests enjoy perpetual breezes fro.n all directions.
t f A Short Rail Ride to Savannah, Thenee
r ; The.i ..... Cuisine and Service Strictly FirstClass.Rates .
A Short Sea Voyage.
: $2 per lay and up. Special Rates by the Week or Month. -
'I Sailing from Savannah
:
Jacksonville Fertilizer
Co.
; GEORGE ZAPF
U--Ij Manager.locsss" 5 Ships Each Week 5

::11 i : : l or E. SUDLOW, Gen'l 1 Manager,
All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. Write for gen':

,,111/ ; Pineapple and Vegetable Fertilizers.Ammona ilNaw Blue Hams Oil Stoves information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on .

E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pass. Agt., \ ,:.,

i f i t] :' I". : : ..-<,. |>errent, AmmoniaG'rent Standard Liiit'i Co'sOUR Vapor Stoves Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. 3-Io

; vailjible I'.A. s-v per cent.i .\\ailableIA.'s I emeut.
Pit I !1 'otash K.::O.:7-s per cent. 1'otosh iK. 2O.'J-lOjii-rrcut.: ; :
Ii ( EAST COAST AGENTS: Florida
East Coast
i Cotton Seed Meal and Tobacco Mixed in Equal Quantities.SPECIAL J II Niver, Daytona J C Frink, Stuart Rye
II WPShryock, Ne.y Smyrna il E Gruber West Palm Beach
I ,,;I I I It ATTENTION Givax Frank T Budge, TitnsviHe! M B Lyman, Lantana TIME TABLE NO. 15. IN EFFECT MAY 16, 1898-
TO PRIVATE FORMULASt
: Edward Stiling Cocoa Stranahan & Co Fort LauderdaleGeo
l f 1 F Paddison & Co, Eau Gallie Jordan & Spivey, Lemon SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down. .
"Send for Pamphlet and Prices W. F. ARMSTi-tOXG, JR Agent. City NORTH BOUND (Rend Up\
t" Hodgson Bros. Eau Gallie D R Knight Lemon City o34No35;
A Y W Hogg 1 & Co Fort Pierce Frank T Budge, Miami Fs5n Daily Daily STATIONS..Jacksonville. No.81&! ]
r ....
1 : Geo E Coon, Jensen W W Culbertbou: Cocoanut Grove 81 OOp 9'111L v............................ ...... Daily 1-Sn
.. ..
... .......... ..... ,
...
.Ar
l '415p 410p100aAr.1035a Lv.....:.:.:."..::..:.........................S'An""st IDe'"...................;.....:L v 5 645p Sop 942a9Ja
The
; Kingsland &i Comstock Raymond D, Knight Co. 453? 11-lOa- ..................:.........St.ADKUstme....B:1.1an'gs.: ..:.::'::::'.".............................Ar 5 alP.
: .... .... Lv 4s: 91i5a.
; ll&a ... ..... ?
AP. ..
535p .........
P--l-t-- ......
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SOLE STATE AGENTS j410p ">45a,- LT : ..::::::...:.... ......... .......-...... .Lv 41
Ar.......... .........."... i '" -.Ar 5 Mo4iSp 91J3
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920117L>p .. San; Matea....T7T.................... .. -..
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ii Lv ........................San Mateo.......... ...... .Lv
I lOIn Jacksonville, Florida "n68yp<0.-) b LT......................... ............Ar 6:S1: !lt
No. 5 Fulton ............ .EasTtlUatka.60tp .. ......................... ,
..
.
: Market NEW YORK lOOp ............... .. .Lv .. .......
.OnnoncL. ......... ....
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-- 65111 lllp122p ............................. .. 30ip252p 714se&A
: --- --' -- -- -- 702p725p: ".. ........................... Daytona ""."................:.... ".. 711'a!
WHOLESALE[ DEALERS IX ALL KINDS OF FISH. I fliT' Miami, on.Bay Biscayne, Florida ...... 22l802p 153p ? ........................................................Port New. 8m"Orange..'rna........................................ 22O 241p a S2a Y
f fI p P
...... Oak Hill. ...,........................ .....
... .. "
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H : ...............
t ...... 144pimp
o ti laml: The Most Southern Railroad Point in ...... SSop343p .. ............................. Titusviiie ............................. .. ......
: ...... ... City Point............................. I' ......
..
.. .. 12Lp:
.... .
,
: Bisb the United States. ...... 347p"..... Cocoa ................................ ......
Florida ......... 12 Zip-
: ...... .. Poekls.dre ......... ............ .
I ............................. r ... a 1218uI14ca .....
; Accommodations for 200 Guests. Hotel Homelike and Comfortable. .... l 428p .. ............................ EauGaihe"...... ..................... ,.....
...... 51211 ............................Melbourne.. .... ...... ................ 113<3 ......
..
S. GRAHAM, Proprietor. ...... Sebastian-...........:........... ,
12-16-97 .......................... ..... 1050a957a ......
...... 8 YUI- ........................... -St. Lncie.............................. .. ......
: 649p654p ....................... .. Fort Pierce .......................... .. 95'la ......
t ..
1 1!; : ; A Speeialtyo :::::: .... ................................-Eden.... ::.......................... .. 91'a.....
....... ..
S ...... 705p78Sp ...............................Jensen ...................... ; .....
;} 1, ...... ".. ............................ Stuart......... ..................... 8 90aj Ss|' 1"......
; 1 U. D. HENDRICKSON ...... 7&:'P. ...................... Hobe Sound........................... .. 821sSOTal.l., ....
t ..... 8 11 l8 91 CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED. 11-18-97. ...... 9 UVII OOp .". .........................WestPalmLeach........ :::::::::."............... ". ..)..Via...,,.......
tj ...... 944p1022p ....................... L.tnton. .............. II 6' ........
.. '"* *"' )1.
.... .........................Fort. Lauderdal.................... ... 614a ...... .'
j 1 : General Merchandise. ....:. IQSOp: Ar............_....... .Lemon....Miami.City.....................................................Lv" 5:11Ja'a:5ta,...... i;


,; i ,.:Do You \V ant aWe Srlf EA ?I Wholesale Oils, Salt (1'rOGp.fl' P. fliT K Y./p; .101og BETWEEN. 11 LT.........NEW... ....SJ1YRiA. STATIONiS AND ORANGE._C'I'Y,Jll\CT1UN.. ;;: \a 4I109p t
IfBOAm? t C1othi .. ......... ...
have them han to Sell and if we hive ''I Gasolines 76 and 86. i t i 0 II ... .... ...............New .'">myrna.. ....... .... ...........Ar m 12)p I, 5 Tip-
,
t q i none on t toslit we c.ta build S2Op12 90\\ ....................... ..L:1keHelen ................. ....... .Lv_12.01 p4 tW
Just what \ouwaut. ... Orange L'ity........ ..
1 82SpI12 : ....... .. .. ...Ora C. .................. I.:"."""p., 344111.t .
Hat q 1 Pflfulo QcoflG ''{ All trains betty een New n 8 e tyJunction..... ._............ .. :511'! 535-
\Ve are also Prepared: Gap of Shoes i, Dry iTUUuo, uDullo, llllllio, Smyrna and Oran KEY

To Furnish----, ---,- =-rx. ......_......_.._... ._.._......... WEST AND H A V ANA.&on1'ill. .
l .... 'Sewin[ Machines, Hardware. { Miami The s teamshiQty' of Key Wet of the Florida
for Key 'on btonda Fast Coast: Stea ,hip Campanyl.YH
*.makini c at WWneat p4with Frid liter arrival of tram from Jack
) Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.Write .. Agent for)[I\pes'and Winiams\A,. \ Clark'n T? >-l.i T 1.iD ta time( tandard to ninelonnections oa Tnesda 7s'Thnrcdays and s ewteamers tor Havana, Leave: Key w c ::;1)
--- | connect with Sstttrdavs
r 1 azer S a north bound train arnnl1g MlAmi ned mQru1n{

Anti-Friction Iron Marine RailwayFor d e part These from Time the Tables show the times at shish ttedas sn d .
hosts
or call o:* us fcr Anything in .tated is not several, stations and ports. but their :nay be ItpACte.i tnarrlveud
Our tine that ntwl. Boats 75 Feet in Length and Under.: lon guaranteed nor does the COmpany hold arnva or departure at the times I
jou For egaences arisinr therefrom, itself res possible for say delay or a:11
Steamers copy of local time
CArd can
tit 2'J8 West
I J.P.BECYwIT: ; $Trame Manare Hay Street.Jaekson'riUe,or address
Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co "Lake '\\ orth" and "Gladys" ? St. AUlmstine. J.O. lURNER. A.(i.P. A.

1 On Lake Worth.]

J : JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Schooner "MARY B." regularly between Lake% Worth and Jacksonville '

24 -97 P.'H'"'' Free PHery Boat on Lake Worth.
I Jacksonville Marine -1
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. This Date In History-May 15. .
Setting Type by Wire. RALLY BOUND THE FLAG.
Efl-Kfrhnlm Chambers, ... -... -= Whidden's
louder the famous encyclopedia Yes,well rally round the flag boy,we'll rally : Markets THE BARMAN HOtlSIIs
died in Lon Donald Murray, a newspaper' man of once again,

don. Sydney New South Wales, has invented Shouting the batt'e cry of Freedom. Prepared to
IRft-Albaa Butler,author of Supplyyou
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and device We bound to set fair Cuba, free from tyrant :'
the"LI..of the SabatcU -," patented a by means of whichan are ": ': *'*-
with'Good for Winter:TraveL -aBe -
LlSIOEdmu4 Spain, now open
<< operator in New York, with a keyboard -
Hun the Shouting the battle cry of Freedom. ,
gnat "
t of
before him > Accommodations.
tragedian died;born 177./ like that of an ordinary Fair Freedom forever,Hurrah, hurrah! Meals at Prices ;
Keu played children' typewriter, not only can produce All chains we will sever Hurrah for the war! Living Table: zt the; Marltet Affords!

parts at u early aee. At typewritten in For we'll rally round the flag boys, rally i ,
S3 i* appeared-.t Dmrj :' copy New Orleans, but it jCres'A 1or'ft, -Eaths 1n Connection.
Lane lock ACH. rmisi. is claimed the Press and Printer once again, ''-, ,*-
and says
u Shy not ,c Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot.AldreMKS. -
the battle of Freedom.
onl.bUahe4Id1OWD tame,but redeemed that be Shouting cry 1Jesf .
can operate a typesetting machine r .-, .. "i\
the popularity of the theater. Yes,we'll rally round the flag boys, _rally
there
and deliver his matter in lYouZtrydnd
ISO-Daniel O'OoueU.lriah orator and patriot again, S. E. BARMAN __
' died at Genoa:born 1775. Although familiarly ready for the forms. Not only that but once ( ?
called"the liberator," O'Connell Shouting the battle cry of Freedom.Let eggs
had no sympathy with the revolutionary the same operator, by using a numberof us show them we rememer, how they 11.4-97 WEST PALM, BEACHFLA.' .
apirit of hit time Ha once declared that telegraph lines, can set np the same sunk the Main, Native Meats a specialty. .
he wORld"accept of no social ameliorationat copy simultaneously in a dozen different Shouting the battle cry of Freedom. '
the cart of a tingle drop of blood." Remember remember, Hurrah boys hurrah! :
1106-Rear Admiral Thomas H. Stevens U. 8. places. In this operation only ordinary Your Patronage Solicited.
Our forever, Hurrah for each tar
N.. retired died at BockvUJe,1Dd.; born I navy .
currents are used, such as are BRELSFORD EROS
capapleof
1810 While we rally round the flag boys rally Market
on Banyan Street, 'H
being relayed, and are subject to all once again.

This Date In History-May 16.I conditions of ordinary telegraphy. The I Shouting the battle cry ot Freedom.Yes 11.12 WEST PALM BEACH tq }

11M-EtoiM,famona French abbess,early lover work can be done with the same speed I we rally round the flag boys, rally once Real Estate and Insurance

of Abelard and subject of many romances, as"an ordinary typewriter is operated, again .
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died;bona about UOL Shouting the battle cry of Freedom.
and
1781 Colonel John Buttrick commander of the dispenses with all clockwork mechanism .
Never more shall foreign monarch over Cuba
Americana at the Concord fight, died;'bornITSL synchronously moving type, reign; JOHN,N. C. STOCKTON, President. Palm Beach, Florida.

- 1&William Henry Seward statesman born wheels and other cumbrous devices. It Shouting the battle cry of Freedom. RAYMOND D. KNIGHT, Vice-President

in Florida Orange county,N.Y.;died 183.USD is said to be capable of manipulating For freedom and honor Hurrah boys bur- THOS. P. DBNHAM, Cashier. Notary FvtbligCottages 'to 'F3ent

-The famona Republican convention met eighty characters.-Exchange. hurrah! JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier.National .
in Chicago. The Democratio convention had Now once more, together,Hurrah hip hurrah -
already net in Charleston and aeparated -- .. 6.1.97 Post-Ofice Building, North of Poinciana, Hptfl,

over the slavery question. The Republican And all rally round the flag boys, rally once
aspirant for the role of standard bearer Advertise Your Town.
were LJncoIn, Seward and Chase. .,. again, :
UM-Kv. Dr. Edward Bright, editor The Examiner There is Shouting the battle cry of Freedom. Bank of t ,. .. ctiAMUEL
died la New York born 1805. nothing more beneficial to a e .
city; Then all rally round the flag boys,rally once I. STOKER. GEORGE H.CHASE. SUBURB POWBP.S.ESTABLISHED
UB-Dnktof Hamilton twelfth of his line, town than constantly reminding the -- ,
died ia John J. ,u. again.
Alftera. Admiral Almy
what wish : ';
8. N", retired died in Washington; born public you should be known. Raining aloft our flag of Freedom. F 1865--
1814. Peter H. Burnett first governor of IE[ your town is 'a good one, there is Let us gather from all over, rally not in the State of Florida

, I California, died in Ban Francisco; born nothing like continually holding the vain
3818.This. up the battle of Freedom. & COiWholesale :
mirror to the people abroad so that they For Shouting freedomXproud: banner cry Hurrah,boys S. h. STOI EH

Date In History-May 17. may see its reflections. A town which is hurrah! 'TRANSACTS A

1727-Catherine I of Buasia,widow of Peter the not noticed and talked about, soon Old.Glory"forever,brlghtglitters each star,

Great, died. ceases to be thought of, and it soon then While we rally round the flag boys,rally\ once Commission Dealers ,
ntt-Caroline Amelia Augusta cousin and unfortunate ends into a "has been." again. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
queen cf George IV, born; died Shouting the battle cry of freedom. ::" .
182L Therefore let us not stop talking GEO.& ROWLEY. and Shippers of all Kinds of, : ',
JD-JohIIlI1, statesman died in Westchester about our town and immediate sections ,. .
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N. Y. born 1745.
county ;
ISfe-Prlnca Talleyrand, famous French diplo aud the unbounded resources here, to- The-Fighting...-Editor.-_ Accounts of Bankers,-' ".:": \
mat and minister to Bonaparte died in gether with great"prospectS and present 'VTar is coming! Blood must flow-! Lobsters : : :
Paris born 1754. ,
; Napoleon was too rapid Merchants Manufacturersand
for Talleyrand,and Talleyrand too firm for prosperity. For in order to continue in :Mary get my satchel packed-! 5,

Napoleon so they parted company in 1809. our growth and keep making still great. "We must-meet the craven foe!! Individuals solicited....
Proscribed by Robespierre Talleyrand MaT,get my satchel packed-
found an asylum in America. er strides we must at all times and under "There are wrongs that we must right, Fresh Fish ::TI:

IKV-John Cabell Breddnridge. former vice all occasions hold our many ad. Freedom men,prepare to fight,' : : _

U U-A preddent Texan, died cyclone at Lexington swept across Ey.five, aged states M. vantages before the thinking public. Tis no time for child iih lright"rMary Capital and Surplus, $$190,000. .

in the Mississippi valley with great de This is the only way to make the people ,get my satchel packed.

struction. elsewhere notice the worth and ben 'Now,let all the world give ear"- Turtle. "
I 1804-Storma destroyed property valued at f 1,' : : .
efits of Issue our own drafts to,all the principal
and
000,000 in Ohio, Michigan and states west your community when once packed"We've *
ward. _______ this is learned, desirable settlers will t Mary, satchel a )"car"I cities in Great Britain, Holland, ........ .. m
get my packed-
This CJme and help you develop the natural "The President, at last,is stirred! Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy,
Date
In History-May 18. Particular Attention to from Florida.
, resources of your section. We have spoken-he has heard Spain Portugal and Germany. paid consignments

lC3-Jmea and Marquette explorer, died missionary Merchants who do a lot of advertisingare Sow Mary,then,get for my the satchel final packed word"-- JacksonvilleFlorida 11-18-97 16 Fulton'Fish Market, NEW" YORK. ,

; Bear Marquette river the ones who get the most trade. It
Michigan; bona ia France is the same with a community as with a "Clouds of war obscure the sky'Mary &27.q7
1637.
Marquette was one
satchel
get my paekcd"Cuba's -
of the first European certaialjr store. And that is why a good
news- .
- known and explored to Lara discovered the, paper is indispensable to a town, be ,get hope my is satchel mounting packed-high"Mary -. The Southern Fuel & Supply CQ ::

Mississippi river. In 1073ha cause it keeps constantly before the "Let our tars prepare to fight. Geo. S. Hacker & Son
conducted an exploring public that which otherwise would not Ivtt them battle for the right"-
party from Quebec and entered I start for Halifax tonight.Mary .
the great river at HAWTHORSX. b t : known or if known would soon be get my satchel packed! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ,
the mouth of the Wlaooftt ". forgotten.-Lake Butler Bulletin. Cleveland Leader. "
1304-Napoleon Bonaparte was declared emperor ,
1 of Franca1864Nathaniel Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime -:-" < '"t
Hawthorne author, 'died in ,
Plymouth N. H.; born 1904. :

1C&-A.OUO, South lives America.lost by earthquake in Colombia Established $1875. -:- Cement and Shingles and Lath:

i' laM-Fieroe storm on Lake Michigan,followed
William A. Bours & Co.
by numerous wrecks and heavy loss of life ,
among sailors. ..
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," 1896-Otto died Csmphanaen at Berlin; born noted IS1 Prussian%. financier Grain, Garden Seeds and Fertilizers. .. [VITRIFIED PAVIN6, SIDEWALK BRICK. i


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This Date In History-May 19,

1' 1536-Queen Anne Boleyn beheaded in the Tower \o. 6 EAST BAY STREET -:- JACKSONVILLE FLA. MANUFACTURERS OF Office 408 West Bay Street
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green; birth date unknown. ,
fi 1782-Johann Gottlieb Fichte German philoso Doors Sash
4 pher, born; died 1814., Next to Kant comes We handle cnly the Best and most Reliable Seeds. A complete Stock of < _Jacksonville, Florida. ,
Fichte,ahead of Schilling and Hegel,lathe
1, order of German moral philosophers. He' Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Blinds, MouldingsAND
believed that God was not a personality,
;1 but a law or a system of supreme laws. He Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dark.AT Lake Worth Ice WorksManufacturers
. was an ardent German patriot and in hiss Material
# Building
life illustrated his philosophy. ,
: 17&-John Wilson Christopher North). Eng WlIOLESALE- '
1 fish writer, born; died 1854. CHARLESTON, S, C. ,
.t 1790-General Israel Putnam Revolutionary State Agent sforTygert-Allen Fertilizer Co. Retailers and Shippers ,
soldier died in Brooklyn Conn.; born r Largest Factory South.
Star Brand Fertilizer 3 OfIce
: naranterd AniHbU., Orange trey and Vegotabls Fertilizer Pure -
1718.1705JoaUh ground Boue Nitrate Sofa, Muriate of l'o'a>h, miipbate! Potasn.1\.unit,etc. These Fertilizers Send for Prices.
.J; Bartlett "signer.member of the have no Superior in the Market,And a trial will convince.
- convention of 1787 and governor of New Send for Catalogue. 'n-e- 10-28-U7:
';: Hampshire, died; born 1729. l aid Distilled U/ater.
y 1805-Hlram Barney collector of the port of

J' born New l8lL York under President Lincoln, died; fed Spanish and '"--'

> ISB-Kata Field lecturer and Journalist died
at Honolulu; born ISJOi) ... R. A. MCPHERRIN, Prop. ,


i! This Date In History-May 20 The Meat rgancy Factory at WEST PALM BEACH.. ,r'
City I
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i486-Yaaoo da Gun, noted
, PorturueDaylUOr, ,. PineappleSlips
1 reached Calicut by doubling .
the cape of Good a '
j Hope. The discovery of the and SuckersFor T. V. GASMEN ,;' ,
: new route to India was an Market i

event in commercial history .......-T._ . .
& & & & & & & & & & & & & & & &
; second only to the Rate of the Following Varieties, viz.
i discovery of America. The Abbaka, Porto Rico,

;; four will hundredth be fitly marked anniversary bye 1 GEORGE S. ADAMS Smooth Cayenne, J/1anufacturer) of and ",

. celebrations Portugal. -- Prop. Egyptian Queen, ;Dealer in .
MM-CnrtMtopher Columbus
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died JOM MART Ripley Queen, Golden Queen,

ISM-Lafivetto died in Paris; born 1757.' The DEALER IX- White Antigue.
devotion and seal of Lafayette may be said
Pernambuco
to have decided the fate of the Revolution ,
iaU. After shedding blood for the cause he Florida and Western Mests Enville. YELLOW PINE LUMBER
returned to France and brought out troops Early delivery can be made, part of the
, and material fruit trom this Plantation having been picked
:, ISC-Mary Lamb,titter of Charles Lamb,died Armour's Star. Hams, Ba- last month. Apply to
: in London; born 1765. AND TIMBER.
; laB -PrlBCA Mikhail Gortchakof, an able Bnaaian C.C. MATTHAMS,
i general commander in the Crimea con and Bologna, Tripe I Florida I
! and late governor of Poland died.; born I Pineapple Company, .
l 179&1394Edmund Mouldings, Turned Work, Fancy Scroll Work,
- Yates London journalist and and Pig's Feet, Domestic 5-21-97 West Palm Beach, Fla.

, author, died in London; born 1831. Pickets, Laths. Orange and Vegetable Crates.
ISO-General JOM Marti the Cuban leader Poultry, Venison and Wild
.. killed In battle.1W7Horatio
King, ex-postmaster general Jacksonville -:- -:- Florid .
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Turkeys Butter and I ,
Eggs
. died at Washington; born 1S1L J911 The Palms

and a full line Vegetables.
This Date In History-May 21,

\ IOT.-Oornelias van Tromp famous Dutch ad. Now Open For Winter Travel. .
; mini died. Cornelius... the son of the oeoeovco First-Class
.
: more celebrated Dutch commander Marten All Modern Improvements, Electric ,
Barpertaoon. He fought in with "
l' De Buyter.his father's chief company rival and sueteaaor. Mail Orders from any Re- Bells Baths Etc.

: ,,a.'N .
IHJoha:::. Law famous inflation financier, sponsible Parties in the $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY.

Bled ia Venice; born 167LgtoEUcabeth Address'..
Gurney Fry),Quaker preacher
and prison reformer born near Norwich. County, Receive Prompt "THE PALMS" JOB WORK < .
England: died 1815. e ;
i.1 1810 -Maria Edgeworth. English novelist, died Attention. 1-16-96 West Palm Beach, Florida.
, in County Longford,Ireland; born in England -
" I'm.J85Famoua. WHEN in Jacksonville be sure and visit 7
naval engagement off Iquique.Chile. ,
: The Peruvian monitor Boascar sank Oebe_4:0 your Old Friend, who will surpriseyou
the Chilean ironclad Esmeralda. The day I with Bargains in

r ..celebrated in Chile as Prat day in honor Dry Goods, Clothing: andGents' At THE SUN Office. .
A specialty is made of
. of Captain Arturio Put, who fell while Sup-,
I boarding the Huaacar. Be was killed fighting Put nishings.D. .__,_._.
i his' single banded to the enemy'i plying Winter Cottagers SINGER, Manager,
o turret. Soon afterward the Huaacar rammed H Bridge Street,Near Bay.
; the Eameraldaand she went down with 1I-IXJ7 JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA
her guns firing and her flag in iU place u Yachts, Private Cars and
she disappeared in the waves. i Acetylene Gas. Indian River Nurseries.
1305-Frana von Bnppe "the Austrian Offen Parties.
beach composer of "Boccaccio,"etc.,died Throw away your kerosene lamps and

in Vienna: born 1830. use Acetylene Gas, the coming light of Budded Citrus Trees of every variety on Sour Orange 'and Lemon Stock; also full
1SD -Kme. Clara Wieck Schumann widow of
the composer and herself a noted pianist, li.lF.:9.! I the zoth century. We are prepared to line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this section, including -
died at Fra fu.r&-am.KaIn; born 1819. put in plants for private parties at rca Budded Mangoes, 50 Varieties of Crotons, 25 Varieties of
JOT-Mre George Bolman known aa "tht : sonable prices. Call and see ours at our Palms, Roses Strawberry Plants, Pineapple Slips Etc.
mother of Optra," died at London. Ont; store and get estimates. -
ora 1 S. . 3.24 & W. IPN1R 6; 50x'. JOHN B. BEACH, Proprietor, .:- WEST PALM BEACH, fLATBE '
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j ;I'! 1j 1\.1\ =: _;, LESSON SECOND QUARTER, INTER- | Clocks and Jeuieliy ColieliieTlTi n n

f j I < _NATIONAL SERIES,JUNE 5. EVERYTHING UP TO DATE- -->

;q I F II WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. Fine Nickle Movement Screw Bezel, Dust-Prool Case-
J ,, Text of the Lesson, Math xxrli, 11-20. & sent to any address on receipt of $5.00. : ;
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.\ itl !I 3UY.I. METCALF, Memory Tim. I, Commentary Verses 21.24-Golden by the Bev.Text D.I Spectacles and Eyeglasses. i Popular Dry GoodsHo :;

II I EDITOR AND MANAGER. M. Steams. Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing Promptly Attended to.

I'! [Copyright. 1898. by D. M. Stearns 1EIImlIlluL[ Charges! paid cue way. R., J. RILES, 4. Jacksonville, Florida. J,

I : YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION $2 11. "And Jesus stood before the govern 5-12 225 W. Bay, Everett Block, JACKSONVILLE.FLADECORATION _
1 or, and the governor asked Him, saying, The Leading Dry Goods Honse

I''I I! ______________________ Art Thou the King of the Jews And Jesus made (
j said unto him, Thou sayest." He gave DAY acid as a preservative. Jellies are

\ II II1 the same answer when Judas said, "Mas .. from glucose, flavored with essential oils in the state. ; '

11 I!j I:I ter, is it If" (chapter xxvi, 25). After all Appropriately Celebrated in This and colored, to which salicylic acid is -, '
the agony of Gethseinane and the insult .
y and mockery before the high priest. along Small, but American City. added. Some fruit jellies marked as The Newest.StyliS '
:! with Peter's denial and all. forsakingHim II. pure have never seen the trace of fruit. I The Largest Stock,

He has been brought by the 'chiefpriests Monday being the. National Holiday! What is true of jellies is true of pre \ at the Lowest Prices. ,( '
I and elders of the Jews before the
\ that is generally set apart for decoratingthe serves. Put together refuse material, 9 will send samples free of charge.'i'VE !
; i Roman governor,on their part determinedthat To all whom request we
; ,AMONG. OUR CHUBCHE8 He shall be put to death (verses 1, 2)). graves of the soldiers, this city took the cheapest: sort of glucose, some coloring \ ,PREPAY Express Charges on all "-. ;

4 1 v_ I.< When the wise men came from the east steps to properly observe the day. and salicylic acid and you have ( orders to the amount of &.oo or over, :

4: Time and Place of Services, Special at the time of His birth, their Inquiry was, The bank and postoffice, of course, the composition of some of the cheaper when money accompanies the order. ,:
"Where is He that is born King of the '
; r Notices, Week-Day and Sunday were closed during the day, and by gen forms of preserves that are to be fonrd ,
V Jews? (chapter ii, 2)). And it shall yet I I The Best Equipped Mail Order Department

I I Meetings. be seen by all nations that He is what He eral consent all business houses closed on the shelves of some of our grocery i __ ___ -.,_._ .9 nS. S S....--.... _.a- -
.1I Ijnfessed before Pilate. from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m., and many of I stores. Of these coarser forms of adulterations I Write for Samples and Try it. i our ;:Money Dllta: u u.An. ". .

;i I II Hplsjopal S.t>vie... 12. "And when He was accused of the them were decorated with flags, as were it will be unnecessary, to say -RespeCtfUllY- :
". chief priests and elders He answered noth- #
I I ,I I ..' ing.1- There was nothing to answer, for aUo: some of our private residences. even a word. They are universally recognized -

; I EJ-ISCOPAI CHURCH-Bethesda-by-the-Sea. there was no truth in their accusations, About half past two a squad of the as unfit to be used, and every COHEN BROTHERS'POPULR

!: 'I '.:-.u-.' ..... REV.J.N.MuiFORD, Rector. and He knew that they were determinedto Home Guards formed in ranks under honest dealer is of the opinion that the
't' _KT.IU Frrz.JXES HINDRY,Ass't
Miul-ter. kill Rim and that the time bad come
: i ..Serf tec command of Geo. L. Branning, and sooner they are driven out of the market -
every Sunday morning at ii o'clock. for Him to let them.
I : '&in'iaj&hoIat3p.m. 13, 14. "And He answered him to nevera with the colored band to furnish musicto the better it will be for the trade.-:' DRY GOODS HOUSE!
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/H' ,i The charch! will l remain open during the word, insomuch that the governor mar- keep step to, marched to the cemetery Sanitarian. :..

; ,! ;I Summer. veled greatly." Pilate saw that he had a about half a mile 'below town, to 'e,-_ 10-28-97 Jacksonville, Florida. <_,
most extraordinary prisoner. lie had never :
t.' ,\ BzornERHuuu OF S1'. ANDREW.-Meets on met one like this,and he knew not whatto decorate the grave of the late Cot. J. H. This is Our Lobster. ............... ........ ....... '':
I thejJSeemd. and Fourth Wednesday of each think of Him. Pilate had strange Livingston a' former resident of this "'

I ;i: month. L.F.HrHDRV,Director. ,work on hand that day, and no man be- city and an old Confederate veteran. The Kansas City ep cures, particularlythose F- _
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'WAKlfST:10HoJa.. Secretary. fore since had such incline the succulent shell
; or ever just an oppor- After the Bowers and Sags were placedon who to
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: tunity. Looking at Jesus, we see how we
his by fish, are reveling in the recent introduc-
the soldiers
should act when unjustly treated and' grave, saluted ljGIiEN
i ; M. E. Chuveh, South. tion of a species of lobster new to this
I falsely accused, for He left us an example presenting arms, a very appropriate se- -
-1 Services will! be held) In the KnlghU of Pyth of patient endurance of wrong that is unparalleled lection was read by Rev. W. J. Cady, of part of the country It is known as the G. STOF11VI, ;

t U ian Hall on the First; Third and Fourth Sundays (I Pet. ii, 20, 21). the Congregational Church; a Bermuda lobster, and is very unlike the _
\, :, i of each month 15. "Now, at that feast the prayerwas IN'I. .
at 11 a. m. and governor of .ag DEALER _
7:30 the
p. m. Every Atlantic lobster, although same
;'. 1 F 0::cordially invited to attend. "I was glad was wont to release unto the people a pris- offered by Rev. J. R. Walker cf the ____
'when would." Pilate M. E. Church South the band family. The advent of this new species
whom the
', they said unto me. let ns go into the house oner they gave playeda :
:; : cf(Ihe i.or,!." Rr.. R. W.tUIIl, Pastor. release, but the people chose the man. national tune and then theinarch was is very timely, as the Atlantic lobster is Staple and Fancy Groceries;:
Consider Him who stood dumb before Pilate
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made back to the city, where, after growing scarcer and of smaller size, and ,
that time released
to
having
as
up
Evsr.lng Star Lodg, flo. 48, millions of prisoners from the power of marching through the principal streets, poorer quality with each succeeding sea 1

0 : Knight* ot Pythias, satan, and millions since by His going to the Guards finally brought up at their son.The Grain and all Food Supplies.OOUTTRYPROD15OE. _

!Meet every Friday Night at 76p.m.standard prison and to death for us. He still livesto drill hall and were dismissed.The Bermuda lobster is gathered on
I set the prisoners free, and whosoever
the southern coast California and is .
time ,
Visiting n4hers and and
cordially invite day was warm pleasant '
t Will accept Him is forever free. Ho might
.:1 Caste! Hall over Public School Building. number of the citizens shipped here from San Diego, Cal., at a
t :... t have set Himself free tor they could not quite a were at :
; : ]. A. PUGH,Co Co take His life unless He willed it (John x, the cemetery besides the Guards, although cost of 5 cents a po nd less than Atlantic _
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,K.o. R. & S. 2-4.97 18). But He could not free Himself and but short notice had been givenof lobsters. In general appearance the Always Fresh, Kept in Stock. T
H'' :i us too. lIe died that we might live. l'f
Pacific Coast lobster which its
.. 16, 17. "Whom will yo that I release what was to be done, the exercises gets Your Patronage .Solicited. i -.
PUff AND PACTS. unto you,' Barabbas or Jesus, which is \\appropriate and everything was name because it originated in the Bermuda -

4 b called Christ?" Our lesson says that this done to conform to the spirit of the day Islands, where it is now nearly ex- 4-14 West Palm geaob, fla. -,:]

!; w1ty3, Sayings_ Interspersed With man was, a notable prisoner. In Luke just as much as though the city was ten inct, resembles the ordinary Atlantic
Business zxiii, 19, it is said that ho was in prison
Bargains. species, but a careful examination
1 4 I '.:,::;;.;;... for sedition and murder. Fancy people times us large and there were more
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j Dont forget J. F. OLIVER'S when asked to choose between a red handed murderer graves than that of one lone veteran, brings out many little features that are

:: you want Fancy Groceries.' and the spotless Lamb of God between and he an ex-Confederate, to decorate.T not found in the Atlantic lobster. The

I one of the greatest of sinners and .T ,, .1.___ :_ 'ft____ _:.:_.. _,1... _ftft Bermudas are rnnsirWahlv larger as a FOP a Florida Day.
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4L ill ", wuu l iU --.on.
the Saviour of sinners, Barabbas liilblILI
'So button upon my shirt!"he cried, only or ule, than the others, and the boiled -
this: know that in and of Amer.ica's
we are
I I .j in his ere Christ The choice today is between the ,.
- 11 i a But in reply ahe an angry softly uUrhed slow, most notable of all prisoners (see Rev. xx, i iI great nation and take pleasure in ones have a richer red color. The Bermuda A day or two should be set aside as

1 I k "Oh, say not-say not sew! 2), the father of lies and a murderer celebrating all National Holidays, as has no "shear-claw: ," which is a Florida Day at the Omaha Exposition. SUMMER!

j4 1UF -New York Journal. this from same the Jesus beginning who silently(John viii-but, 44), oh, and, so much as the largest and best of them, as d distinguishing feature of his Atlantic The management at Omaha urges every

: Decoration brother, but he has a row ,of legs or state in the,Union to arrange exercises:
beseechingly for our sakes-awaits our our doings on Day, 1898,
1
All tb rae-Admiral. Dewey Rib- choice. show, for actions speak louder than reepers on either side of his body that for a special day. Florida can at least SHOES

., I bon-at- Mrs. F. I,. Moffatt's."You're 18. "For he knew that lor envy they words. more than make up for the big "shearlaw" prepare for that, if its exhibit has not ,..
r bad delivered him. It is written in Prov. ..__
/ c of the Atlantic lobster, and he is materialized.As .
all the world to me." he sighed. xrvii, 4, "Wrath is cruel, and is
anger
She smiled on him with gentle mirth outrageous, but who is able to stand be- Destruction of Our Forests. all meat.: The tail part is of the same the Jacksonville, T-U and Citizen : Hot Price! .
'
L1 And when he said: "Be character that of the "While the excitement
mine Atlantic
she cried; fore envy? Stephen said in his sermon general as says war pre. .
M Tls Tery wrong to want the eartb.Wubiugton." that "the patriarchs, moved with envy, At the late meeting of the Stale Horticultural species, but the flesh is more solid and vented the commission from succeeding '

;L _i -i _. Star. eol4 19.Joseph"Have into thou Egypt"nothing(Acts todo vii with, 9)).that. { Society, at Orlando, Dr. Geo. firmer, and, if anything, the flavor is in gathering exhibits, and this combined : Cool FeetiDe1igtfu1

? do Prof. Frank Idner is now prepared to just Man, for 1 have suffered many things Ken of the special committee on forestry better than that of the Atlantic species.The with the limited time to raise subscriptions .
Piano
Tnninjr and
r orders at Idner & Son's.Repairing. Leave this day In a dream because of Him." presented the following preambleand Beimuda lobsters have several for the building before the expir. : ,

This was tho message that came to Pilate resolution: other points that make them differ Jrom ation of the limit given by exposition *

_____ All To married men expect their wires from his wife as he sat on the judgment "To His Excellency, W. D. Bloxham, those caught on the Atlantic coasts. officials, Florida will not be representedat : Entrancing, '
reach.at leant, Hea-en'glory seat. Good was it for her if she never suffered "
While they themselves will willingly 'but in a dream because of Him. She Governor, and the Senate and the House They have two long tentacles or feelers Omaha as a State; but if we select a .

i _Stop_ in a lower story. acknowledged Him to be righteous Man, of Representatives of the State of Flor that protrude in front of the head a footor day much good can be aocomplished by : Refreshing!
r but we have no evidence that she received I ida. The State Horticultural -.Kansas Star. of i 3
Fine Coffees Society at more. City sending one or two our best speakers .
and Teas at Clematis Him as the Son of God. Multitudes even I .
< { LrL Avenue Supply Store. ret call Him a good Man, but will not accept its annual meeting: in Orlando, May 3-6, This is the same lobster that we catch to present to the people of the farVest .. @ .);;

'And anjcels'shining Him as God their Saviour. iS5S,-through its officers, respectfully up at the Inlet and call a crawfish. They our many advantages. I

L They sang. With J Joyful garments tears w-ear. 20, 21. "Whether of the twain will ye and unanimously recommend to your are good eating but cannot be caught What are Pensacolnns, going to do '. Men's Grey Covert Cloth B&151|

,' '. The dominie thought of the good black coat that"I release unto ,"ou1 They said, Barab careful consideration, the following preamble iu large quantities. about this Florida Day programme Leather Sole and (Counters.
f it 1 bas. The chief and elders :
I He had priests rut
worn these eighteen I IMen's
years. and resolution 1 Pensacola News. 1.50 ,
a ::1 i them up to this, for they were bound to :
:
I', -Detroit Journal. Jesus. There WHEREAS. It is to all observers .-. .-_-
1 destroy are many in places patent Japanese Wax and Pottery Trees.
r : : 'No need to send away from home for of authority who influence others to do and especially to those engaged in ... The gold seekers who went from Deni- Assorted Colow-Broft*

j I any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can wrong-many false teachers who teach agricultural and horticultural pursuit, There are many peculiar and useful son to Alaska will probably never real White, Black Yellow.Green: ,< .
I "
I t' 'I build you one as fine or as cheap as: you error. trees scattered over the globe, atd per ize.their expectations not one Blue-Better Sole |2.00 ;
', that the rate of depleting ur prospectorin v Ii
-1 t>
: want. present
t See him and place order. 22. "Pilate saith unto them,What shallI
I I : U your do, then, with Jesus, which is called forests by fire and the wanton destructionin haps the most] useful is the Japanese wax: a thousand does. We only hear of Men's White Canvas Bali 'i\\
;
I :" \ r. More Exasperating- Christ? They all say unto him, Let Him various ways will at no very distant tree, which looks very much like our the few lucky ones. The ten thousand ,
Of all sad words of tongue or pen, bo crucified." So they decided that they common sumac. It is seen almost every. failures are never mentioned. No doubt Both Rubber and Leather !
t day deprive the State of one of its greatest
_ The 8addest are, "It might hive been." would have none of Him. Ho must bo )
where in and its white berries Sole $1.00 to $1.50
I r ; Japan, that the Denison contingents wish themselves \
But industries. Not that but it is
none can cause one so much *oe killed-tho creature hating the Creator, only ; :
\ : \ ,As_these short words; "-I told >ua *o." man attempting to do away with God who changing the climate conditions; rainsare hang in clusters and contain the thick back home in the bosom of familyand : Men's White and Black Kalbtf

; 1; -Washington Star. made him. He came unto His own, and becoming less frequent, the storms wax around the seeds. This wax is obtained circle of friends. The letters received '-0/--'
f'i His own received Him not. They said: by bruising the seeds and boiling are not hopeful. : Bottom Sneaks-Leather : :)!
Call at'Mrs. Frank's Boston Store this "This is the heir. Come let us kill him more violent when they do occur, thus They always
t, week and get them and then skimming the wax from speak: of a promised land just : Inner Soles &Counters- '
\ your Bargains. and let us seize on his inheritance." And increasing the liability to greater dam- beyond. l

I p\I Instead of a frown and accustomed rant. they caught him and cast him out of the age to buildings atd other property; the the surface. The wax is made into can. That just beyond laud has proved a '. G5etsMen'ma -1",;'
1 j vineyard and slew him John i 11 12 dIes, which make a bright clear for .
l. And waiting till some scheme hatch. ( ; frosts and freezes are also much more light, death-trap many a poor wanderer -
s( yon Math. zxi 38 How Low CutVici Oxford,.'
Just drive 39) He had told it and these candles are in whose
i; right in an-l begin to plant all to them over and over again, for lie frequent and destructive, and the efforts very common sepulcher is eternal ice, and .
lYon| a nice tobacco patchEx.. use. The tree is ornamental $1.50Men's
a whose shroud is '
very one the
pitiless
!: knew it all from the beginning! But their and advantages greatly lessened; There snow. The S
Fine new Irish! Potatoes at, Clematis hearts were hardened and their eyes were fore, and has been successfully transplantedto L perils of gold seekers the terrible : Xu1li6erR.For :'

I Avenue Supply Store. blinded. our own State of California. hardships endured by iu ,
prospectors the
Resolz'ed
That
laws be
stringent enacted
'j"'j"I
But what about Pilate's
question? for Tender Feet $1.50 .
The ,
pottery tree, found in Brazil, is; Klondide, should make the
i' I'd fire thee,plump stenographerI'd there is none like it. Every one who has prohibiting this calamitous destruction stay-at
fire thee quickerthan the telling ever heard of Christ must ask it of his ; that measures be provided equally curious and useful. This treedoesn't homes feel thmkfuJ.-DenisoD (Tex.) Men's House Slippers, 50 eU :

Wert thou but poor In all nwpects own soul, "What shall I do with Jesus?" whereby the forest area be increased grow pots and pans,'as its name Gazette.
may
I "I As thou art in WritlllJp;and at spelling. He is before each one for acceptance or re : might lead you to think, but in its bark to $1.00
: and oome encouragement be extended t.
-Detroit Jour al.W.Uutn jection. is silicia: which is used to manufacture: Advertisements are intended sell
23, 24. "I am innocent of tho blood of to those who may plant one or @
all kinds ot dishes. To make this : something. If they do this they fulfIll .
this See pottery '
just to it.
Persuadedof
: TO PURCHASE FLORIDA person. yo more acres of forest trees, to the end
PRontRiy.-Persons cwning farms or His innocence, vainly seeking to release that the beauty and fertility of our fair the bark: is burned, and the hard I their mission and are good ads in Half
S wlntti humes, send full description and i Him, yet afraid to do right because of the silica remains. This is pounded up, spite of any contrary opinions. And the your happiness
price to V. people, Pilate washes his hands before them State be increased and not diminished.Adulterated .
J. Bond Box 181 more ad
Dayton, mixed with clay, and formed into goods an sells the better it is.
I, ;, Ohio. all and proclaims his innocence in this .. depends on how your
---I -- Success
silences
'; i ., affair. But it won't wash off Pilate as jars and pots desired. They are very criticism.-Ex.E.H.DIMICK.

: I Lets have a cooking school brigade. easy as that, as you have found ere this. Goods. strong and capable of standing intense: feet feel. *: *: .:. 4'
:. If threat*of ...
I war grow louder. It is easy to say, "I am innocent." But heat without ;
breaking. The tree i is
.i\ ;I, Where each fair amazonian maid what does God think of it? In Mark xv, Under one heading we may consider: West .
',. I Will fight with haling powder. 15, the record is that Pilate was willing to several! of foodstuffswhich_ while singular looking, with a slender :hunk Proprietor @
groups
I -Washington Star. content the people but he certainly was which is very often one hundred feet 2

11' I not willing to do right at any cost. different! in composition are'alike in the high before any branches appear.-Ex. Palm Take a look over our Stock
Boat building done right at home, in 25. "Then answered all the people and I form of adulteration which is resortedto. .
I the most approved manner, good work aid, His blood be on us and on our chil. These include the varieties -" -- and get something;
manship and groups A Good Jewish Idea. ,
at living prices. Call dren. They have
on might
accepted this I of canned fruit butters ... Beach
Capt. A. T. Rose. precious cornerstone and built surely uponIt vegetables, jellies ..-- EASY.
: for time and eternity, but they choseto preserves and catsups. The form of The Jews, of all people in the world,
- : : Anthony brothers In the name have it fall have just reasons for hating Spain. That
upon them aLd crubh them L adulterations common to all of these: @ I
GUI By and which his the father firm U known. (Math xxi, 42, 44). They might have consist in the use of coloring matter oC the American Jews have not forgotten Drug .
run the '
sueWith been
I all as eafe under this passover blood as imperfect vegetables or fruits, othertruus the Spanish persecutions of their race i is Antfmmr
.\ manners their own. were:. their fathers in Egpyt, but they or -- ___.2_ __.:.1__< _& _____ ___'!uu _. .__ CfL__ Rrns.. '
I to than those called aiaue cviucui The finest grades of Butter and Cheeseat preferred trample it underfoot. Fear- I. vegetables -'- aJllure.DEALER8IN : .
Clehiatis Avenue Supply Store. ful was the curse they pronounced upon for. or preserves. !n the case of canned where the war question is discussed. Ata "

themselves, and continues to this day. vegetables there is an accidental adulteration meeting in Cleveland the other day it Merchants: b
O U. Strohm keeps the corner store, 26. "Then released he Barabbas unto
from the of the was proposed that the Jews of the United _
ingredients
Good thing to eat he ha.galore: them, and when he had scourged Jesus he can, -
But Incomplete In halt hU life. delivered Him to be crucified." The mur- such as lead and tin, and which may, asa States should purchase a first-clas warship West Palm Beach Florida. ? '.

The half he lacks is a good wife. derer goes free, and the innocent is rule, be attributed to a lack of care in, and present it to the navy, and the ,

scourged and crucified. What about this proposition was adopted by a
1. Watch and jewelry repair ng by first blood, Pilate? On what ground do you canning.In practically Drugs, Toilet Articles
all of the mentioned the adulteration unanimous vote. It must he a source of
class workmen, aud guaranteed,. at scourge an innocent Man? But, 0 my I groups -
Idner & Sou's. soul, leave Pilate to God, and behold for practiced is of the most fla great gratification to the Jews, by the -- .

: thyself God manifest in tho flesh receiving grant and extensve; kiad. Catsups are way, to note that the people who inflicted Fine The Syren and. the Son*
-I There's none who can his nature plan these stripes on your behalf, for it is writ- such indescribable Stationery and -
made of skins and instead of the persecution
And tell Just what it will be like ten that He was wounded for our trans- cores She gang a little song of love;
,
lie waa a plainstraightforward man gressions, He was bruised for our iniquities pure vegetable, then colored with a coal upon them is now upon the point of Her voice was sweet and low;

ill Until he first bestrode the bike. the chastisement of our peace was ''tar product, and loaded with salicylicacid death from senility, while they are still Druggist Sundries. He listened to her for awhile "I..

,; III Washington Star. upon Him, and with His stripes we are to prevent fermentation. Fruit butters vigorous and hopeful having safe refuge And then aiose to go.
healed (Isa. liii, 5)). Hear Him "This
i lii Cow Milk Shakes and Soft Drinks at I bore for thee. What hast thou say borne: for I are nothing but parings and scrap- under at least two flags, the great Prescriptions Carefully)) Compounded She sang a little song of love; ..

Iii II the Bicycle Hospital, just the thing to Me?" May such love constrain us to :ingsof fruit, to which glucose, starch and est in the world, which stand for liberty East Coastl3izsjne It scared him out,for she
Solicited. old
11 wash the dust oat of your throat. koeekly endure all things for His sake! I coloring have been added., vjth sal ylic and justice.-Metropolis., WEST PALM BKACH I Was And a he widow was twenty-nine twenty-three.years

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