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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: July 7, 1898
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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THf TSOFICAL 8 :Y1.18,1881: I eOUNTXt JULY 7, VOLUME XII NO. 2i.
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.' PERSONAL PICKINGS.. ter of congratulation to .the peopled 'SCHOOL BOARD. [/ HERE AND THERE. wax wealthy on materials that nature CORRESPONDENCE.

_-..- that place-'Ti ., ... upplies.-Times Union and Citizen. "
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People as:They Come.and'. Go-People.. Regular fleeting. the County Board Scraps of News About This and That Interesting Items Gathered by Our

You May or May Not Know. Mrs. WHiAVhidden is visiting friendsin For the Month of July. and Different Things. Capt. M. E. Spencer and Harry Redi Scribes Throughout the County.
,"'" ._ fer were down from Lake Worth Wed
this week.
Juno .,# .lt --- -
S. H. Happersett took his Fourth at WEST PALM BEACH FLA.' July 5, '98.Ttie" G. C. Matthams 'visited Miami this nesday in the launch Wild Cat. MASGONIA UDTTERINGS. o.

Miami this year. J/.T. Earnest wasp'from Lantaaa regular meeting of the School week.I. ", ,
Tuesday attending the session of YlTe The Fourth of July witnessed no cele-
Board held today Present J. W. Jackson Mrs. Will Poland and child spent the
H. Burton, one of Linton's first and bration in West Palm Beach A few of
Thomas .Neeley of Boynton was in County School Bo rd.
: ; I chairman, J. W. Comstock \VV L. Fourth at GPO..A. Gale's. *, {
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town this week. 1f' I best known settlers, was in town Satur- our people; went Miami: but most of
Vfflineyer and Z. T. Merritt, secretary. .--1- ,
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Franklyn Sheen Conm Surveyor; is of last xeck.Mrs. li.-m er.joyed quit at home. -
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; 'The minutes of last meeting read and < The "Mary- is nearly! ready to oo tt:e
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Louis and Maud Burkhardt enioyed
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Pompano and Hallah this week.'onprofessional S -- --
{- apprbved. The Superintendent. sub.mt'xte4 W. S. Cluw and Miss off..f the Lake Worth ways and at4rt-
daughter .
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the Glorious Fourth at Miami. business. The soldiers at Mi"*ui have created ;

; the following report: The school Emilie, were visitors to the lively town a demand for the entire output of both for Jacksonville.

S. S. Linton was from Boynton visift'd louse at Miami will not be, needed .as of Miami this week. '
up J. Forrey, of Hypoluxo, town the Miami and the Lake Worth Ice Factory -

Saturday passing the day in town Tuesday. Mr. Forrey is the Jdstice of headquarters, and the keys have been plants!' running to their full capacity A good heavy rain fell Sunday morn
fi returned to me. The annual report of C. A. Marshal formerly cashier of the ing which did a great deal of good but
the Peace for that district. day and night.
H; Dale Miller and Joel A. Dean went --e. ---.- 4 the conditions of the schools are respectfully F. E. C. Ry. office here is now with J. forest and much fires are still burning.

f to Miami Friday to visit the sogers. Lake Worth Literary ajjd Social;: Club? submitted for your inspection, and F. Oliver on Banyan street. T. T. Reese has accepted a position '
Work is being pushed at the canning
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& '--1 will then be placed on file in the office. with the F. E. C. Ry. as cashier of the

Collector W. M. Featherly was up Much interest is being'manifested in It shows a total enrollment of 735 with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stowers entertaineda West Palm Beach office. Mr. Reese is factory; everything is expected be in

'from'Miami Wednesday on official business the weekly meeting of the ritkerth tin average..:attendance of 473 against number of the young men in town at a an experienced railroad man and the running order by the end of this week.O. .

Literary and social Club which nieflast an.enrollment last of with an Fourth. of July dinner at The Palms last
year 717 f company are fortunate in securing his .W. Weybrecht put down a well for
Thursday afternoon at the ub HSuse, attendance' 467. Monday.At services.
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the and found
a plentiful
Fullward Whiteburst was a passengerto cannery 'sup-
and the programs rendered are, most enjoyable. When all outstanding warrants are inyoujwill
Jacksonville Sunday and will return ply of water at a depth of a little over
if Everglade Plantation Mr. and
$ have of
to-night., '". Rebalance $2,02909- Tuesday was a busy day on the Lake, fifty feet. ;"
The life and of. ,1 to Mrs. L. :Marvin entertained quite a par
poems' Heay"\V respectfully permission post- with four official bodies in business ses- ,. .
worth read JZJne on the.: Linton coloreds ty of young people at a dinner on Independence -
Judge A. E. Heyscr took'a run down Longfellow are, being :an ay report ,sion. At West Palm Beach were the fl. Sanders and daughters Susan ,and
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from Juno Tuesday night, returning studied this month. A pleasing featureof hoo\\ until l. next meeting. Day. County School Board and the County Rose came down from Jupiter,.to spendthe

'Wednesday morning. this meeting was the acrostic. Ten-of .ResJ' >ectfuiiy. Submitted, Five transport ships were seen passing Democratic Executive Committee, whileat Fourth at home but went. back .the

the members spelled out tie poetjsname .la Z. T. MERRITT: SUPT: Palm Beach Tuesday two of them Juno the County Commissioners and next morning.

I. L Hardy, of Hypoluxo, was up to with verses and letters made. of ever Su rintendePt's report accepted. i, loaded and the other three apparently County Court were in session.R. .

this part of the Lake the first of the greens; 5f. On'motion the following teachers were empty. Judge Heyser, wife and son Stnart

:week'on a business trip. Mr. Cady sung "The Day. is .DOJI ." appointed: U. W.-Smith Elliotts Key I A. McPherrin, proprietor of the few the East Side
.. Mrs Stowers read a desccriptive j life N the latter of last going
part
Gus Anthony is still in New York of. Longfellow. ; No. 16. Miss Hindry is changed to Co- din cottages is receiving the finishing home today from his extended absencein the Fourth. '

City buying goods and is not "expected Chronological Events-Miss Potter. coanut Grove. No. 2. Miss Ruth Rick. touches at the hands of the carpentersand Iowa, closing up his business affairs

.home until a week from to-day. .Recitation "The Rainy Day," Miss ards to Mangonia. painters.Will here preparatory to making his perm- A new and larger engine and boiler

Moffat. -. On motion schools to begin the first nent home here. It is expected that Mr.

'Chas. \\.. Pierce, Boynton's enterprising I Reading, "Methods of ,Longfellow'sWork Monday 'in October. Colored! schools to H. Russell has been recommend McPherrin will be accompanied homey and other new machinery arrived for the

tit young merchant;was town a few ," Miss Bellows. : I begin the first Monday in'September. eJ-to the Governor by-the Dade Connty > his family. canning factory late last week and have

1 days last week on a short business trip. "Critical Opinions" Miss Clark. : On motion the salaries are to be the Democratic Executive Committee for appointment -- .. been sition.unloaded and- ,_are being put in po

Recitation, "San Dolphon," Miss An same as last year. School term to be as County Supervisor of Registration -
a Mrs. Miller, sister of Mrs. E. M. Brels- Democratic Executive Meeting
thony. seven months. After examination of a The 'gator hunters brought another
ford left for Pittsfield Mass. ... ,
to-day Poem, "The Arrow and the Soug," map of the Lantana.Hypoluxo districtthe load of hides in Wednesday. They.report -
Milo has his barber
where her home has been for over a Major Cooper The Dade County Democratic Execu-
Miss Board decided that it is for the
best
Armstrong the water in the 'glades as having
nest door to the
shop postoffice nicely
tive Committee held
meeting
year past. Mrs. Ernest Allen, Mrs.V. H, San- interest of the children to leave the was on raised but very little yet from the recent
decorated with and
palms everything notice all
to of the
ders and Mrs. Dimick each read their school at the location for the Tuesday pursuant rains.
present ______
Emil Anthony will again be with Anthony arranged; for the comfort and conven- members of the Committee being present

Bros., next week and Pierre favorite poem. present year. ience of his patrons.On Mr. Valentine of Fort Lau- is
except Capt. C. E. Merchant home again,
Miss Moses then read a line of several On motion an appropriation .of $250
Branning will succeed Emil in his placeat
quotations asking the members presentto was made to build a colored school at Friday night will be the occasionof 1 derdale precinct. his position as engineer on the Denny
Strohm's grocery. The main business of the instead of
meeting
was been
having temporary permanent
finish them.A West Palm Beach J. W. Comstock was the instalation of newly elected officers .
determine the method of nominationsfor
to
Capt. H. D. Pierce and wife have cordial invitation is extended to all put in charge of same. of Evening Star Lodge No, 46 Engineer Fitzhugh having only
The following warrants were issued for this year-by convention or primary. laid off on account of the illness of one
to in these
join us pleasant meetings.
taken rooms in one of the Stites Cottages Knights of Pythias. Visiting brothersare
The of the different
sense precinctswas
general : of his children.
while the Captain is under medical expenses cordially invited to attend.
/ Z. T. Men-it, incidentals... ..............$ 3 30 Miami and Lemon City for convention -
treatment for a time. West Palm Beers at Miami. fcr ._...-........
salary June 50 00 O. L. Hardgrave has purchased the and all the rest for primaries I Capt. J. P. McKenna is said to be going
Most of the business men of this town W.L. Widineyer, mileage and per diem 5.40 Tae date fixed for election is
primary commissionin
to leave to a
z Fred Myerheim, of Kohn, Furcbgott J. W. Jaekilon" 1700J. hull of the little oil steamer Genida for- us accept

& Co. the well known dry goods houseof i have! established branch houses in Miami W. Comstock" 2 60 merly the property of Burkhardt Bros., September 27th. the regiment that he was formerly .a

Jacksonville a visitor to Dade I to participate in the rush of business Xoah Hal!, grading. lot So.I 3.............. 1 50 and will take it to New River to fit up The assessment for candidates is as member before coming to this coun-

the soldiers there encamped occa- Henry Jordan 3.25 service follows: Collector, $35.00; Assessor try. We wish Jack a pleasant exper-'
launch river
this week on legal business. .... ....... for a for there.
sioned. Among others opened thereare J \V. Comstock labor. .. ... 2 00 and
Treasurer each
up Representative ience honors and a safe return.
P. W. King, hauling lumber .... ........... 50 many
Joe Earman, the hero of the Florida the following: The Board adjourned. Geo. S. Adams has moved the City $25.00; Members of the School Board, ..ft.LINTON .

I Cracker story THE SUN printed a few E. H. Dimick and W. L. Widmeyerwill Market and the Bicycle Hospital from $5.00; Justices and Constables each 100.

i weeks ago, was in town Monday in the engage in the cold drinks, refreshments FINANCIAL STATEMENT. the Massey Block into the Chase build- The following gentlemen were appointed ..LOCALS..

interest of his Jacksonville house.H. and stationery trade on the corner ing. He is now having a big ice chest as delegates: To State Convention -
DADS COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD FOR THE
The
last
opposite Budge's and Brady's stores built by James Hopgood under the skil- J. B. Reiily, of Miami; A. R. Sim- ice wagon went through town
:MONTH OF 1898.
T. Grant, who is now at Miami W. Helm and Chas. Miller, with J. M, JUNE, ful direction of John Capot. mons, of Cocoanut Grove; Will Filer, of Tuesday
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June 1 Cash on band. .. .$1 726 00
had the ends of his fingers taken off last Rowley assisting, will cater to the wants Lemon City and Hon. E. N. Dimick of
3 T. J.Ilanleetaaea.... .. 27G 78
Miami
Saturday with a buzz saw His injured of the hungry and thirsty on the same polls........ 8 00 Bicycle owners will be pleased to Palm Beach. Mrs. F. L. Tenbrook' went to

hand is getting along nicely now. street near the camps. .. -6 W. II. Reynolds Comp. know that A. L. Haugh has made arrangements To Congressional Convention, W. J. Monday night.

Idner & Son will handle jewelry anda Inter Telegraph Co.taxes....... 47 68 to put in an enameling oven Shone of Cocoanut Grove; Ho;. F. S.
11 T. Hardee tases........ 143 91 Our postmaster has been having quitea
Supt. E. B. King, of the Jupiter telegraph special line of refreshments under the .. "J. and will be prepared to finish parts of Morse, of Miami, and W. I. Metcalf and
polls......_ 3 00 serious time with his
and cable office, has been kept same roof with J.V.. Grimes, assistedby 14 .* taxes........ 7 07 wheel in as nice shape as when they E. H. Dimick of West Palm Beach.A eyes.

busy of late keeping the wires between T. J. Grier, who will dispense cold 17 Z. T. :Merritt, books, H.J. came from the factory. Mr. Hangh is resolution was adopted endorsing Mrs. Sterling and little daughter

here and Miami in good working order.Capt. drinks and carry a line of fruits, tobaccos "Sterling.. ...... eximlnatloii.?.............._......fees..... 14 65 00 an experienced and able mechanic and Judee: Minor S. Jones' candidacy Circuit Ethel took a trip to the road Tuesday.F. .

l and cigars. any work entrusted him will be done in Judge of the 7th Judicial Circuit.
i Dennis O.L. 18 J. B. Whitfield redempt.tax .
O'Neil
Hardgrave J. L. Phinazee will see that the soldiersdo cert........... ................ ...... 15 05 first class shape, when first class: work is Rules of qualification for voters at the L Tenbrook and J. H. Gnnnell
l Ed. King and J. L. Nugent were Fort not want for watermelons, as he hasa -- desired. ... but in
Lauderdale citizens visiting West Palm Total...............................:?2 242 83 --- ----. primaries were adopted are yet are furnishing to the troops at. Camp Mi
stand right in the camp reserve. t'i-' hands of a sub committee for com- ami.
Beach a couple of days the first of this ITEMIZED EXPENDITURESE.
Carl Srhrebnick fortunate .
was so as to The following ir.sinuciiilo ou a cur*! nIt':ion

week.D. secure a large room for his stock of dry T. Byln ton adv .exam..notice... $ 3 90 is credited 10 an EIJl; hh paper: I woe Miss Ruth Rickanls, of Boca Ratone,
\\ J. Chevls,labor mid scvr work.I 2;
s has been the Blackmer
:M. Hutchinson has returned from I goods to be placed in the new Oliver & :\. Quimby lecording deed Xo,13 1 23: A clergyman in the west country had County Court Notes. visiting familyfor

I' ,his northern trip. Inside office work has Brown Block.In J. W. Jackson mileage and per diem 2-1 40 :. two curates, one a comparatively old i*. a few days.

removed the Florida tan, but a few the same block will be found An- J.W.Corastock ".. 2 60.W. man, the other very young. With the Monday morning County Court for
thony Bros., with the finest line of mens' L. WIdmeyer 3 40 former he had not been able to work and until Tues- Grant Fenno went to Miami Sunday
i' weeks here and he will be in ; Dad opened adjourned
possession Z. T Merritt salary May................, 50 00 to visit friends the
.1 of it again. furnishings ever brought to Miami. Gus Mrs. Geo Lyman serv's grad'g com.. 14 00 agreeably, and on being invited to an- day when regular business was taken up, night see soldiers

is now in New York stocking up for the '.\d a F. Merritt .." 8 00 other living he accepted it and took the Judge A. E. Heyser presiding and ClerkA. and celebrate the Fourth.

! C. H. Masland, of Philadelphia, owner new store. L. P. Hindry 1-1 90 young curate with him. Naturally F. Quimby and County' AttorneyR.
Z T. Merritt ........ 3 f:0: Decon Rowan writes from Washington
; of the Lakeside Inn at Palm Beach, Max Sirkin is located next to the express po tg telegmaetc. there was a farewell sermon, and we can R. Taylor present.
E. G. Lee rent Xo 12......................., 25 00 that he will be back here by the
i! arrived on the Lake Thursday night of office with a ,line similar to his imagine the feeing of the curate who The following members of the local

stock carried here. Total........... ............................$1;)1 50 when first of August. He considers Linton
I last week to superintend some improve was to be left behind he heard the bar were on hand viz: W. S. Graham,

i ments to be made on his East Side hot Geo. Adams has arranged to put in a RECAPITULATION.Total text given out "Abide ye here with the E. G. Worley and Jas. T. Sanders, of much better place for a man to make a
than in
I i property. line of bicycles near Camp Miami and receipts.._._.__............ ..... $2 242 83 ass, and I and the lad will go yonderand I Miami and W. I. Metcalf and H. B. living Washington.

!: will also serve cold drinks and cigars to expenditures.... ....... ........ 137 50 worship." Saunders, of West Palm Beach. I I Several men who claim to belong to
Frank Stranahan, of New River Camp] his patrons. Dr. Whitehurst will have -- The who answered to roll call
S fame and Balance treasury............ .........f 2 OS5 33 jurors the First Texas Vol. Inf'try now in
and postmaster merchant of charge of the enterprise after All know now that Florida
George Outstanding warrants.................... 56 24 men is self- were Joel A. Deau, J. P. McKenna, A. camp at Miami, got tired of a soldier
Fort Lauderdale passed through here gets it started. sustaining, her people self-reliant, and Nilson, L. D, Hillhouse, P. Lennon, J. "
Net balance June SO, 1898............$:: 020 09 life and "skipped. They were here
his Ohio his
today on way to former George Zapf has erected quite a that here, if anywhere, the industriousmay F. Oliver and Ed. A. Graham.

horn;, for the first visit he has made in structure next to the Idner and Grimes z. T. MERRITT Supt. Pub. inst. be prosperous and independent.She Cases were disposed of as follows: nearly all day Tuesday waiting tor the
north-bound
freight
thinking they
ten years past. building and is operating a restaurantand a. is no longer regarded as a mere winter State vs Singer, continued; State vs
V might catch a ride north. They ae go-
refreshment stand. Capt. McKenna Resigns. home for the luxurious, nor a sani- Knight, nolle prossed; Sterling & Russell ing back to the Lone Star State,
John W. Clark, of Dania was in town Fred Hand left Tuesday night with .. taiinm for the feeble. It is beginningto vs Frank Belden, non suited; Han-

Monday having the proper papers exe- his photograph gallery to join the colony LAKE WORTH, FLA., July 5th, 1898.- dawn upon the public mind that her ley & Co., vs C. C. Haight, submittedon -..'--

cuted preparatory to taking his positionas and incidentally to make pictures for the I take this method of tendering my resignation soil is truly rich under her glowing sun, brief; Oliver vs Reynolds continued; The signal tower of the Government

assistant postmaster of that settlement soldiers. 3S captain of the Lake Worth and the material fr sustaining her State vs Effendi i. acquittal; Kelly vs Mi- naval reserves stationed at Palm Beach

Mr. Clark is a well-known grower Others are planning to go down this Guards to take effect from this date, farms is hid within her own bosom- ami Transfer Co., verdict tor shows up in plain view from the West

from Middle Florida and his settlement week to join the busy colony and to I having received an appointment in the that even a rare frost is not to her whata The term of Court was a ecendant.1 I Side now that it is painted. The signal

in Dania to engage in trucking, as earn an honest dollar while the opportunity I Eighth New York Regiment of Volun- fire is to a city-that her seas are as one and but little business of importance flag is discernible for miles along the

well as merchandising, should be a mat- lasts. teers. JNO. P, M .KE NA. rich as her soil, and that factories may came up. shore as well as for: a great distance,,*,sea




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2 ., : ', : THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1898. ./. _

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t Ike, r.opUR., The new "- rotected' cruiser". cruised, upon" the to MCd-i; Orlando Wednesday, f) ,

wide. ;_ August. '
..H : Till athan- f. war espied and punched. holes, "
; : into her side. -:. P- fl I GUY' I. METCALF. .. EDITOR.MEMBER .'. > The democratic party of the State of \ New Spring 'Goods *

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while to floats. ,
: QF'Aorida ,Till driven to the .bottom by a new torpedo Orlando, Fla., on Wednesday, August, . ; .i TT. T ; --.T T. T T. . TT. .T

Press Association, boat. / 1898'at 12 m, for the following purposes: : T- TTT..TT

I AFFILIATED \ 1TH 1 Then while the foe triumphant rubbed his To nominate the following candidates, Koto Furchgott & Go.r _

National Editorial 1 Association hands and snitly laughed, :'.-' to-wit: Two justices of the supreme -fl4 .4 .
: 'boat came"and sunk the ,
Torpedo destroyers full of six ,
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I SUBSCRIP1ION: And the victor dashed about, through bat : V V yyyyyVV V V V V in the State. haveit
as lion. B.. S. Liddon, resigned; a state MillinerY.and Clothing House -
i Year,1 In adnn ............,_..._'2.00. tle's smoke and murk, two The Leading and Largest Dry Goods, Carpet, Goods, including Foreig i .and Domestic"
1 Six Months,la ad ranee t. ,..._..........,...|1.00 Destroyers of torpedo boat destroyers did their treasurer to fill the unexpired term; stock, and are daily receiving large quantities of New Spring IndIa Linens, Checked Naiiisooks. Print. .
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1 z' TIu'e Uontu.1n. adraace...:....._.... tVf1TERT work. 1 ;# railroad commissioners, each for the Dress Goods, Silks Organdies, Fanc Wash Goods, which are offered DOW at. .our Popular Low
1.. term of four years, and on e railroad commissioner 1. Hosiery, Notions, Laces, Embroideries, Straw Hats, Etc., such as Silks, Dress GO s Linens, Hosiery J ,
1 -1 Whereat iuto-action something new in ves of are imported direct by us,
.t. for the term of two years, to Prices. A large quantity goods -
] l'C'lLI8BID, : TIICK3DAY 'WEST rUM elscame"Destroyers and Organdies. Samples cheerfully sent pn applicatioDJ : Goods at" as low prices as -
of destroyers of destroyers" was for at the next regular state aDd complete line Spring '
be voted
offer a large
Trade the
BKiCH.DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. To oar Wholesale we Discounts offered. We solicit _
its name. election; and to transact such other bus any house in the United States. Liberal Terms and the usual them Cash that we shall give them very lowest pos.. _

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BSACH A3 SECOND-CLASS MATTER., Until some ten-times wrecker of destroyers The different counties in the state will r V V V V V V V V V Y V V V V T TTTT'T.-- -.
GenWFur
i ventures out. line of Cloth ng, -
and elegant
to the convention We showing a larJe _
I Washington:; Post. I send delegates upon are -_ _
Pioneer Paper Dade County, nnd the Oldest't'ubJlcatlon' Shades .Laoe aurtail 8,. Trunks, _
i on" tb "East Coast of' t .. ._. he following basis of representation: nishings, Carpets, Matting, Window ,
One delegate for each one hundred: votes i '
Florida between Tltnavllle Me. at.Low Prices.
.
and Key.West., CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. for the candidate on the state ticket V V V V V V V V VVVVVVV .T TTTTT.TTT... '-" :
V 'V V V V V
-. V -WYT V V V V V V V
'S. who received the highest number of ''d TT. 'V TT102197 :
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Call for the Secon'd'Dlsfrlct Convert the election of 1896, and CoJacksonville : :
general
votes at &
,
.
.
111 I Bent Advertising Medium on the host.Coast .i HKolin Furchgott ,
:i "I of Florida. tlon at DeLand, on July 20, 1898. one addition vote for the fraction itt excess -

I.I ft 1 ......... :_ Se' there of, when it amounts to fifty or c2' .: : :: .. _

IJ : Call for a Democratic Convention of more. .. Fla.
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i IT is HOT WISE for candidates to the Second Congressional District .of The counties under this rule will be S

I:i I keep in the dark while their more aggressive Florida, at DeLand, Fla., Wednesday, entitled to representation as follows:

:I 1 ; competitors securing
are July 20,1898. JVl-cliua 14 Leon 14

:t pledges of votes .Good men should The Democrat c) rty' of .the. Second 1 Baker U Levy 4 '$ -T -

let their fellow citizens know of their Congressional District of Florida will I'.rudfordirevard IiLibt'rty 1 ..
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: j -- candidacy for positions in plenty of hold a Congressional Convention at De- [ 5 Manatee 7

:111 I time. Land, Fla., on 'Wednesday, July 20th, Calhoun 1 Madison ., 7

t ***' at 3 p. m., for the purpose of nominating Citrus -' Marion 1) DEALER HARDWARE
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4 -I
Clay Monroe ml E. GRUBER
a Democratic candidate for Con Columbia 6 Nassau 4 ,
THE this
If CROP OF PINEAPPLES season gress from the Second District of Florida } Dade 4.Orange lO

'I' was necessarily light, butjthe returns and to transact such other businessas DeSoto U Osccola S

for fruit handled by th-Asso. may come,before the convention.The ()u'al 22 I'asco -l and Crockery
11 M
,1, ciation were extremely sati f ctory. Chairman and Secretary of each Etirambia PrnuUin i! Polk Putnam H .

I Apples though small, brought better : County of the Second Congressional Uadudcn ISt.. Johns T Glassware,Lamps and Lanterns. _

j : prices_this year than much of the District of Florida will send delegatesto Hamilton 4 santa UUFU :\\ -t PtV f All Kinds of Boat Coods. .
Hernundo -1
'j''j'j, i choice fruit did last year. the convention .upon the following: llillsborougU 20-) !SumpterSuwaunee\ M \ Stoves Tinware Doors,Sash i dBlinds
j basis,representation: One delegatefor :
.**' each 100 votes cast for tie Democratic Jackson Holmes :9* Taylor Volusia 8Jeffereon \\ All Kiiids of Fishing Tackle and Sporting Stoods.. ______

I CANDIDATES NOMINATION to Congressional candidate at the election 1-1 Wakulla.Lufayette .' lj Gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stovea. _
any .. .. = _
Mixed Paints.
1 \ r County office: should have their in 18<)6. and one additional vote for U WnIt.1n 4 __ -- ---- : I f t.-, Harrison Bros. Ready -
Lake 7' a .d 'C c1erll QLvezt: xompt Attention. 11-117
!
; Washington WaU ; _____
carda the fraction in excess thereof, when it
of announcement published in Lee 2

the old pioneer paper of the County. amounts to fifty.T more. The counties The counties will select delegates, in --
under this rule, will be entitled to rep
I THE TROPICAL SUN. Remember that any manner which may be deemed..best LEGAL NOTICES.
resentation as follows: PROFESSIONAL CARDS __
there will be no convention thin Fall the through the party _
; Alachua .... ......_..-...............................-15 by people, acting
j,. and candidates must make themselves Baker& ...!.........................................._......... 1 organization, as"recognized by the last
Bradford........._.......:..... ..........;__.....__. 1 DO () OT.ICE OP APPLICATION FOP FINAl _____
known as such to the voters Brevard.................... ...........;;....................... 5 state convention. w I. METCALF, i1DISCHARGE..
i direct. flay........?.............................?...??..'..?.-...?-;3 All democrats are' invited to participate TI. :_ _
I Columbia...... ... ........................................ 7 ATTORNEY AT LAW.NOTARY Y0UKN0W 'r Notice is hereby given, that Six Months after
; *** Dade..... ........................ ..........................?? 4 in the selection of delegates there. to'the of ______
Duval...*.............. ................................ ....?..17 PUBLIC. this date I shall apply County Judge ______-
Hamilton............. _..............._.............._.. 5 to, including those who have become and Federal S Dade County, Florida,for final discharge from _
THE LONG DEOUTH is broken at last Lake._ ......._...................... ".8 to.vote since the last election. Will practice in County, Stale the administration of the Estate of William H.' _
and F.lorida's.rniny Madison......_ ._ ... ..._............._.........._._...9 qualified Courts.LAND
t season; seems to Marion...........................................................10Nassau. The chairman and secretary of each CASES A SPECIALTY. Parkin,late of Dade County, deceased. _
have set in. Every day now brings ............ ,.?...........,;............................. 5 held the Office TROPICAL Sn Block That the ,KATE PARKIV. _
Orange.._.....__...... .r......._...._; .........._...10Onceola. county convention for purpose West Palm Beach Dade County Florida. Administratrix. _
13 ; refreshing showers, and trees, plants ................. ...-........ ........................... 2 of electing delegates to the state convention .
Putnam..........................................:.......,......*0 West Palm Beach, Fla., February t8g8.
and shrubs exhibit: a most grateful Sumter............. ................................. 4 are requested to send Hon W. A. GEORGE M. ROBBI S. WAITER S. GRAHAM.
St. Johns...._.............._ 7 Life
shade of, green. For nearly nine Su wa nnte._.. ......._..............................._.. 8 Rawls, chairman Tallahassee, Fla., a ROBBINS & GUA1IAM CO., Eqtab1e
: months there.has_neen a distressing Yolusia........................ ................................ 7 written, printed copy of the proceedings : LAW The Bade County.StateBank ;.
ATTORNEYS
The Chairman and Secretary of each of such conventions, together ,
lack of and ;? county
as
raip a resufthe pineapjle State and "
the
Will practice in all courts ;
-, crop Buffered e"enmore" than County Convention will send to E. S. with a list of the names pf.the.county Federal. Special facilities for examining and of Now York Palm Beach, Florida.

t' Crill, Chairman, Palatka, a written or executive committee appointed, design- perfecting land titles. ;
it did from the effects of last JanunfY's We have closed our West Palm Beach office
,t printed copy of names ot such delegatesas ating thereon the chairman and secretaryof Any l.n..loess! from the Lake Worth section or Authorized
;, : cold wave. such committee.W. nort '.rn part of Dade Courty should be re. Capital $100,000. _
.l : ., are elected to the Congressional Con- ferrec either to our TltnsYille or Miami office, Wrote Over
I *. vention. E. S. CRILL, Chairman. ,A. RAWLS, Chairman.J. and w 111 receive proper attention. Paid Up Capital $15,000. _

W. P. ANDERSON Pro Tern. C. COOPER, Secretary.. > Titusville Brevard County. and Miami Dade .
Sec'y
County, Florida. 10-21-97:
: L- OLD AL.cHu.and. in other of $15ooooooo.ooNew

( theolderaudmorepopulouscountiesi OFFICERS: _

i i :i V /:! iOf the State, thecandidates for FRANK W. POPE. D. C. CAMPBELL E. N. DIMICK, President.U. _
coun U. S. WEATHER BUREAU DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.JUPITER Insurance
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& CAMPBELL
i ---- pOPE D. HENDRICKSON, Vice-President. I
tyofficesfolthwthegoodohflashtoned J
I FLA., July i, 1898. GEO. L. BRANNING, Cashier. ____
method. holding precinct ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. During
picnicsat _
Weather Report for the month ending June 30, 1898. Barometer corrected

: which all the candidates meet the for temperature and elevation. 8 A.M..and 8 p.M'. observations. 75th meridian 111 East Bay Street, 1897. Branch Office at West Palm Beacfi .

voters and address them on what time. Comparative temperature. for the years ISq6, ISg7 and 1898. 8-5-07 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. _
be thelocal .. -_. Office Hours From 10 a. m. to I p. m. _
may i issues us well as general I
t= TEMPERATURE. _
| political doctrines.Would I :: DIRECTION AND I ____ hOOD, M. D., General Banking Business TransactedCollections -;
not the VELOCITY ::::1 ... lSu:$. I 1897. I IM)6. H.C. Has Now
"i idea be a good one for Dade's candi. ? !:o: E !'4 Z S'fATE OF I I promptly remitted on day 01 _
OF WIND. t'I :: __ _
!::: '1 'ZJ :X: 4 ... t I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. .
h :- receipt. Drafts bought and sold on the principal
dates to consider? ;..;, ::! WEATHER. =- :" :1 = :0.: ; ;:' l'J ; = !'I Life Insurance in
::: ? :.c t"z.. .. ? > cities of the United States. 4-29-97 _
.. .. ;< Office and Residence near Royal Poindana
Z :: .. ..
t'I..:. 5a.m. I)8.m. oi .z. .z..c.:
r11 hotel PALM BEACII. 12-i-g Force of !

:! UI IOIIN l ...111\; ... .OOlIhIy Cioud so Tsl! ', 7Oj7 Ull'Ills-t11i11J _
.L I THE APPEARANCE OF THE FIRE DE- :.!jO OOjNE ...O1'lIl..JOIN F....11 .OUiClt'llr.( .............. 1s\ \it111\ :; 1nSOII'lj11! SOa
t I : ('-1SE I ... 07lI .._..1I ISl.1nl FIK !I ISOj"'l TM SI 4I74 Tt!) E. AV. PUGH, M. D., Over 1 JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President., _
partmeut building on Poinsetta 1:10 ._ ...... ... ,
4 O hIt' OSI I!: HI SI. 47" sy44 7 S "ilP"_ 7' 75 RAYMOND D. KNIGHT VicePresidentTHOS.
I \ :9 1Jt I N .....ill) \Eo. ...OHIE..1/11 ; _
street is -OIClear..T. ( :; 26"$ 7Zilkli( 77 IS"IIi..J.111" PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.Office .
; anything but creditable to I 68OOO NW..041N..091X I .....:H I ) :; : '; .1ISl 14 i1 54 11il 1950,000,000.00 P. DENHAM, Cashier. -
1 this town. It. bag heroine weLt her 71WU: \ W..Ol!\ ....Iifl\F! ..171 7M4 I.@7 ZI>IhS! 7-4 ::!4)/Io!! Vi MoMIOO6IN. U in rear of Ditnick'n Drug Store.
._... o'iINE..1Ol'E..l5j j \ .lIlIjf d) 78 S6S 76I(1( 11 .6 SZ 1-1 l 50C' Resideuce-Wcst Side of Olive Street, 3 Doors JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier. _
beaten and is sadly deteriorating for lO07I' ......06ISE... 1OhI......1i, .Oi.1t'ar..1 7101 SO 8;Th.:1 1111'12 71 ifill'lS ;a0:; South of Clematis: Avenue.
to :1) ...... OItS..lnIS( ...:?OI 'fiCicar....... ........51(5774( $OIM 117$ And Has
Ii want of a divs* of P 1l0t. It is a 1110) His ......toliSL. ....09 MI ...lSI ..'lfiiCl..r! ...............IXO81Ii3'! Os4 ,fiIXOIHl ,mlili12t 3-26.9G WEST PALM: BEACH, FLA.. I
I : lIlfiISI.tal ...11\SH..llil .OO {;It'ar...... ........p. :!ISOSS! Tsj:154 llls-l1ljS I
1 I structure that is passed by every l-tIUO 15ISE..OISI'; ...o9SE... HI :OOtCknr.M2ISO87! 7-lIols:; 7O! Xj 72119 a
14lao 1TISW ....OISI.09!Jo;..... Iaj ; ............... 7ft,I'X 751S1 ij; (j 17 Tl B. POTTER M. D., S National Bank of
visitor aa he comts to town ,and isII' I 15 30 14hK..OiISE ...1Sl.H: ............... !$ 70i7911'i 7till'l 1910114 hi. Sitrplus.Over I
of the HIIO .... ...()!) sl' ...HI .OUl'nrtlv! CloudJ'SI! 50j53 72 75! : 7(0 82 54 73 75iT
one last vishrw 12IS1 .10ISE \
impress him 3() .... ... ...
I'II' 01 SE 17 .Olll'artIJ' CIon'IIM2 1SI ;) 1i so 1'1 161'1284 12 1$ 3-23-93 PALM BEACH. FLAT I! _
he leaves. Not U' 30 06I-"t ...0315..12ISE..17: .00 Partly CIowIivlTs50153173179; ; 6 $
as little comment I : ; rIS1: StIZ-l r
19 o .._... .._ .
.slsf .J .00 nrtly CIowdIIjSlIM6: j .IIHll 79201a0
!j I has been made about itj; true, itmay 04ISW..h\S\ ..... 0315F1..1TI, .01 Partly UI.'uIy12SI59 311010/0/ $ 1J the State offloridaTRANSACTS ,
i 21l-O OSIE ...m.Otl..IWSI1111 TIParlly! C10UdS175150S! $ 93 71 $:! ll'4 A. PUGH, 48000000.
may be that; ,th re "re no funds I 2IO I 091XW..O3jSE.0-IISE..131 TIPartl.v. CksudyI7982ISM: 1111 $! !'fl 72 IiIIS I !,; U.
I 2-lO14l..0s' E..03lk.....18j .0011! artl} Cloud} 52$1 St'lT8S1I$7I7$1! 5i 77 $1 _
DENTIST.Crown .
available to painjbitbut something u au( 14 I N.......03 SE ...()xjSg..l: 1 TIPartly Cloudy 1 2lO" SSl131XOlxG jlll1011 S:; is 522S
.\ !a()0SI' ,041"F...09, I.I)1 521S1 5'4 74 M1I'h; 76l51IsII798O and Bridge Work a Specialty.
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I should be done: ftomehow to better 2 h,31), 12 SE_. o'sI-! :_. CtISI... 11<\ .00IClear..I.SOlS1M.!72 :SOj$7 7fl1821$51rflj$2: TTged -- A -, _
the of this 1pIO ri E......._ ... 1. /SI.: ...1;)/ flOCIetr! .... ...... .. S-liX11s1 ThS2154! 111S21SS111, Local Anaesthetic of Teeth. In Extraction StrongestComp'y I
appearance pieceof{ town s,30, 11t. ..._.(1ISI-:'._ SE ...1:> .nOICI lIr... .......... ,$ IS2IS 111G xIS1! !7715215$ i I"'u Teeth Extracted Without Pain.
21130( 10 g .._.OI"'I; :: ...1ISE..14 .00CIear.$415l159t71. $(( M7 MO s4ss 74$1
property. tolao 101" ...o.lE..141I-.13: .OOCI.lr.! ................loIallollSlll1 "Oll'i'ol.S XJlk6IUI OFFlCE-4th Door and from Olive Cor.St. Clematis Ave. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. _
In the World
7-2-96 WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA. 1

Su.mma.ry the Month ,

PRIMARY.'. 'ELECTION, ADOPTED Mean Barometer, 30.0D( : Highest Barometer, on the 14th, 30.19; Lowest Barometer, L T. DANIEL, Any One Contemplating j Accounts of Bankers '
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on the 1st, 29.94.Mean _
Th, Democratic County Executive Temperature 790; Highest Temperature on the20th; 89; Lowest Temperature, DEN T18 T. Insuring His j Merchants, Manufacturers
Committe the on the 7th. 1)7'0; Greatest Daily Range of Temperature, on the 22d 19; Least Daily
adopted Primary' Election tang of Temperature, on the 27th. 9. Mean Temperhture for this month in 1888, 79; COCOA INDIAN RIVER FLORIDA.1-28-88 or Her Life, Individuals solicited.... _
method at their ,meeting on the RIm, [7a;' 1899 $O; 1891,79; 1892, 77; 1893 80; 1894! 78"; 1893: 79; 189G, 79

5lh fast, fixing the date of election 1897, 51. Mean Temperature for this m nth for 11 years, 71. W ALLAGE K. MOSES, Should Write to the I

for Prevailing Direction of Wind, SE.; Total Movement of VIud. 6,030 miles; Maximum I ,
September 27th. This does not Velm-ity of "Wtuil Direction and Date, 23: miles per hour on the 19th. S. Successor ii A. W. Robert Undersigned. I : Capital ail Sirplns, $$190,000.

seem like a very "short canvass," but Total Precipitation, 0.12 Inches; Xumher of days on which .01 inch or more precipitation REAL ESTATe AND INSURANCE, I _

it will have the advantage of givingthe : fell, 3: Total Precipitation (in inches) for this month in 188""$, :3.2: : 1889, 9.80; 189O Agent for West Palm Beach Town Lot, also i ij
2 H1: 1891, 4.17; 11S9, H.16; 893, R40 Hm4. 4.22 1893: 3.83; Beach j
of ; ; 1890.892; 1897 West Palm : Water Works. Issue onr own drafts to all the principal -
people plenty time to make up 4 01. NOTARY PUBLIC. COUPON. ,
their minds who they want for the respective Average -ecipltation for this month for I 1 years, 6.09 inches. Clematis Avenue, near Olive Street. 1I I 1 i I cities in Great Britain, Holland!

Number of Cloudless Days 18; Partly Cloudy ll.CIoudy, 1. 5-21-97 West Palm Bench, Florida. Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy, .
S offices to be filled.. : It further NOTE-.' ,, .ui-e Reduced to pea-level. PEREZ F. HUFF, Manager,
Spain, Portugal and .
more gives no opportunity for "the .T. W. CROXK. Observer. Weather Bureau. GUY I. METCALF, The Equitable Life of N.Y., Germany.

1 office to seek the man"us wvll as fort Jacksonville Florida. JacksonvilleFlorida
NOTARY PUBLIC -
"the man to seek the office." 8-27-07
For the State of Florida at
:i The voters of Dade County waiit- \/ 1 Miami, on Bay Biscayne, Florida Deed Mortgages.: Leases and Contracts Large. I would like to receive an example Ii:: -

!: ed primaries and H 11 Drafted.Conweyanclug of NEW WHEN in Jacksonville be sure and vis- ::
notwithstanding t POLICY
strong efforts from many sources tot o i e I iulaIDI i I The Most Southern. Railroad Point in Work Guaranteed a Legally Specialty.All Correct. your it your! Old Friend, who will surprise -
with
'5 adapted to my you Bargains in
J the United States. Office in TROPICAL Sex Block. age.
set aside their wishes, it. was wise
a
Accommodations for 200 Guests. Hotel Homelike and Comfortable. West Palm Beach, Dade County Florida. Dry Goods Clothing and -_ _

conclusion not to oppose theirdesires S. GRAHAM I was born on the...........day of Gen ts' I'ul nlshings............. -
when fo forcibly expressed; that they I2-I&97 Proprietor. FRANKLIN SHEEN. GEO. O. BUTLER. D. SINGER, Manager, -

:; will be able to make their selection & BUTLERS II Bridge Street,Near Bay.
of -- SHEEN I ...........5........................is:........ 11-197 JACKSONVILLE. FLORID .
L. satiable men to fill tlieCouutv office, SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS.

equally well as by eon ntioD'WP, Office at West Film Beach

think goes without saying; ; at any Indian River Nurseries.Budded nished.Lands legally Selecting sub-divided and grading and lands maps, locating fur. Name....................................... Acetylene Gas. _

rate, if they make mistakes they can and estimating timber a specialty. Care
Citrus Trees of every variety 011 Sour Orange and Lemon Stock also ful and correct work guaranteed. All Throw away your kerosene lamps and _
full communications
only blame,themselves. line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this sectioi; in by mall receive prompt attention. Address.......................;........... use Acetylene Gas, the coming light of _

eluding Budded Mangoes. 50 Varieties of Cretans, 25 Varieties of ces. WEST:Mans! and PALM Blue BEACH.Prints at FLA.Lowest 11-7-95 Pri 10-21-97 .1 the 20th century. We are prepared to _

Palms, Roses, Strawberry Plants, Pineapple Slips, Etc. .- put in plants for private parties! at rea- .

Subscribe for THE SUN JOHN B. BEACH Proprietor Subscribe for The SE sonable store and prices.estimates.Call and see ours at oui
:: : WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. ? Try THE SUN for Job Work. get
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-:: = .: .;. "' >...,. :"':-\ ._... .:: < ,:. ,w r:::.., ..THE.TROPICALJSUN: : ,.WEST PALM BEACH,' FLORIDA. ; THURSDAY, JULY T, 1898. *> < o .; '3b .,:,

'

HEPRIMARELEcTIoN.tAwo: : FURNITURE.. The e t ..
> < .. Tt "eletts; ,: j? li ti
i *,po* : Household Sewing 3lachinesI g
,,' -
1i i Machine
: The Beet, Made, Light Running and
: Read It THen It; : Noiseless. FELIX Jacksonville Fla. ..
GARCIA
Carefully Analyze : Prop @ \ ;'_ .
.
:. ---- .4.r ---- Sole Agent for the. famous Wan Trunk. Mat
: tresses made to order. A Complete Electric Lights, Electric Bells Uatbs,,Complete Service.
AN .ACT to regulate the Holding of Political .:.Primary i Elections the Hue ofFURNITUFE ": '
The Best $3.00 day Hotel in Florida.
per
State of Florida for, the Nomination of Delegates to'l'oIiticafCont'en ,
Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. teat:
.tions, or of .Candidates. for any Elective Office Under the Laws of this of all description at Rock Bottom PrIces.both
'- Wholesale and RetaiL Baby Carriages from $6 .
> State. .
up to f 20. Go. Carts, Refrigerators fee Chests, 4- '
.. _*'** Etc.",'-. -- .: Established 1875. '. .. ., ._______.!.......

flt .Be H Enacted by the Legislature, of,the the State of Florida: "' : :
V
5iC We have a consignment of Oak Diners and I William A. Bourn &4Go.4raiu .
SECTION 1. That whenever the executive or standing committee of Reed Rockers that will be sold very low. We ,. '
any political of citizens handle the Famous Cleveland and RamblerCYCLES. '*" tS- -* -.,
party in of this State decide take
any county to bv fk I .
primary election, the sense of the members of the said party as'to the persons -i BI Garden Seeds and. Fertilizers.I.
to be made delegates any convention be'held for the purpose of Especial attention given to oar Mail Orders. :
We Gnrantee Satisfaction, both in goods and
that party, or to take the sense of the members of the said party as to Priers Call on us, or send in your order to 'I No. 6 EAS BAY STREET, -:-= JACKSONVILLE,' FrA.I :

their" choice for United States Senator, or as to the proper person or persons 15 and 17 Laura St, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -._ :
: to be presented on behalf of that party to the voters of the at ONLY 6.00 v *
county D., E. COOPER Co. We handle only the Best and most Reliable Seeds. A complete Stock ol; j .. .
". an election to be held in said county under. the laws of this'State, the said 4-21 MTg : ,

committee shall I give at least twenty days notice in some newspaper-pub-, Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, 'Wheat. Grits;. ,

lished in said county, or by posting in one cr more public places in each I If you are thinking of irrigating your truck farm, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dark.
field send size of
ward pineapple or orange grove: me area .. .
or election district in '"
precinct or the county wherein such primary IRRIGATION you wish to cover and full information of what you :
election is proposed to be held, of the place where, voters belonging to that want and I wiU be glad to furnish all information r -AT WHOLESALE '. '

party are,requested to meet,for. the purpose of acting in relation to the, desired and give estimate of cost. State Agent sforTygert-AHen Fertilizer Co.. .

nomination of delegates or candidates as herein above stated. Such notice J. G. CHRISTOPHER, Star Brand Fertilizers-Guaranteed Analysis, Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer."Pure i.
shalI'alsa state the which ground none Nitrate Sola, Muriate of Potash iiuiphate! Potasn,Kanit,etc. These Fertilizers -
day on such election is
to be held t and the I '
Machinery and Mill Supplies. have no Superior in the Market,and a trial Till convince '
hours within which it is to be held. and the 'names of the inspectors ajv-: Send for Catalogue.Free 10-28-9T

pointed to hold such election and recerethacotes that may be cast thereat Irrigating Machinery a Specialty.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
and make report and return thereof, and tbe time i ,when such report dndreturn 10-21-97 .

shall be made to the committee directing such meeting to r lie'held._ "New PC octandardLighI'gCj'S cSSI-"! Blue! Flame Oil Stoves .'

SEC. 2. That no person. can vote .or take part in"the proceedings of f POPE & McLAURIN JACKSON tfsALORIDA,

any primary election who is not, by,the laws of the State,.a lawful elector

who has paid his poll tax legally due, not less that ten days before such S Vapor Stoves

primary..electiqn is held, and authorized! to:vote in any I legal'election. in the Fruits and Produce ,.

ward or precinct for which sucH primary election is held. .
OUR EAST COAST-AGENTS '
: -
SEC. 3. That the executive or standing committee appointing the inspectors ,
hold Commission Merchants. J H Nicer, Daytona J C Frink, Stuart V :.
to such
primary election may declare the terms and conditions W P Shryock New Smyrna M) E Grober, West Palm Beach. ., .o.d..i'.n.
on which legal electors offering to vote at such election shall.be regarded Fancy Grades of ftrjf tett and Cheese Frank T Budge, Titusville M B Lyman, Lantana .....-:
and taken as proper members,of the party.at whose instance or in .,.." Edward Stung Cocoa Stranahan & Co, Fort Lauderdale .or-
Geo F Paddison & Co, Ban Gallie Jordan & Spivey Lemon City 5
whose interest such,primary election t!<< has! been.called or may be held, and I We Solicit Your Business. Hodgson Bros, Eau Gallie D ILKnight Lemon City.
therefore entitled to vote at suchvelection as a member of that party. W*only solicit the business of Merchants and Will Not fill orders from Consumers-the? A Y W Hogg & Co, Fort Pierce Frank T Budge, Miami
should buy.from their home dealers. 1021-97 Geo E Coon Jensen W W Culbertsoa, Cocoanut Grove "::0'
SEC. 4. .
That any recognized, member of' the party in,whose interest ..

such election is held may challenge the right of any person offering to..voteat The Raymond D Knight Co. .

swh election, and.the inspectors there authorized to hold and holding ,

such election shall'' determine on the evidence then furnished whether the LITTLE BROS. SOLE STATE AGENTS, "Mh

person so offering is entitled to vote at such election, and shall receive oreject r Jacksonville Florida.,
such votes so offered as to them the evidence for or against the 10-.1.97 ,V

right' of the person so offering to vote shall reasonably warrant.' Fertilizer a ptyospfyate Qompapy: ,,
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,SEC. 5. That < h "
all votes at such primary election shall be by ballot.

The report to the committee so directing such primary elections by the officers Jacksonville, '-.' Florida. ': ';

holding the same, shall be 'in' writing 'with which the original ballot : Chas. N. WeIshansSTATE

shall be returned and the poll list of the voters' made at the time of the ,.- ,

voting and the reasons on which any challenged vote was received or rejected .. If you are requiring Fertilizers for .
"
.; Said committee shall carefully examine the returns'and reportyso Vegetables, Pineapples, Etc, write to AGENT FOR--

made and thereupon decide who'are tilE persons that have been chosen by us and we can give. you more value .*' 1
the plurality vote cab t in the primary election for delegates to the conven-I
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tion, and from what ward or precinct, if the meeting were for the appointment for your money.than any other Manufacturer Longman .& Martinez. Paints '

of delegates to such convention, or what person or persons have ht>eneleted or Dealer in this State or f ,,' .,. ; .. **

as candidates of the party, as the case may be,.for the office or offices V from any other State. Write for pam- ., Lime Brick Shingles SV .. H
,
A' tojbe filled at the approaching: election. ./
.. phltfspp'ices etc. .to*above address -.11. 2.97 -'. V .. .
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St
6. !\ "
That'except as herein all elections :
provided, at primaryelections : Cement and-Coal,Tar:' :L.: 'I-'
under this act shall]] be regulated by the election law of the State *? :, f *' .N ..
a in force at the time'such primary election is held, as nearly as the same can ----- --- .*'"? ... ."

be done. Ocean Steamship Company Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement' Plaster.

SEC. 7., That if any person who is not entitled to vote under this act '

vote at any primary election held hereunder, or vote more than once, or "SAVANNAH LINE." 13 South Hogan Jacksonville, Florida. 10-21-97,

personate another person, or in any name other than his own legal nameorin .

any manner disturb the orderly proceedings of any such election,'or intimate i % Florida "

or en any raannner attempt to intimidate, or deter from voting, or Do You Want a
bribe, oratteinpt to bribe any voter or impose, or attempt to imposeon To New York "$ And Boston. ?

any duly authorized voter, a ticket or ballot]] other than it appears on We have them to Sell,and if we have STEAMBOAT

its face to be, such person or persons shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and JL Short Rail Ride to>Savannah;Thence none what on hand you to want.suit,we can buildJust .

on conviction shall be fined not less ,than ten dollars, or be sentenced to A Short Sea Voyage.

hard labor for the county for not more than three months, one or both at We are also Prepared V...' V

the discretion of the court trying the case. Sailing from Savannah: .', ..." To Furnish; -- ......-.:..>:..:.." .
SEC. 8. That the inspectors who may hold such primary elections 5 Ships Each Week 5 f. : !..*' > ".' :.'

under this act, and return the votes, proceedings,:and action thereof herein Pumping Outfits for Irrigation. ;. : ::

provided, shall, before assuming thedutie ,toake oath before some officer All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. Write for general ". '

authorized to administer an oath that they will honestly, and faithfully, information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation or call on r. H,.'''

and) to the best of my ability, do and perform all the duties of their E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pass. Agt., Write Our or call Line oa that us for Anything need. in .I 1, ..
you "
offices, and auy wilful violation of said oath, or'of any other oath takenunder Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville Fla. 3-10 ''ii. I

the provisions of this act shall he held to be perjury, and shall be --- "

punished as provided, by the' laws. of the State for the ,crime of perjury. Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co:;

The sheriffs required to see that good order is preserved at such meetings Florida East Coast Ry. t.. "

and may arrest and present for commitment to the nearest officer JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '
clothed with the power of a Justice of the Peace, any and all persons who I I TIME TABLE NO. 15, IN EFFECT MAY 16, 1898. .
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may be guilty of any violation of the provisions of this act BOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up). 21.J-91 _PROPRIETOR Jacksonville Marine Railways..,

SEC. ,9. That the inspectors holding such primary election under the M NoS3 N0i8IDa'

provisions of' tb(oct may of their own motion, or in any case of the ch il- aily 11 D&1ly STATIONS. Day!Exba y

I lenge of any person offering to vote, if they deem there is doubt a lOp( lib Ly............................Jacksgnville ............................Ar 645p 1055&
any of the lOp 10 BOa Ar............................St.AUIUstlne...,..................,.....Lv I
i! propriety under tha'provisions of; this act of the vote so offered of 4lSplOS5aL... ............................St. Aufustine...........................Ar 535p:I 3'p 940a 945a
' require t 11 lOa ...............................Hastin !s...............................Lv 453p 905&135p The Southern Fuel & SnpplyCo.
! the person offering to vote his oath to the fact which authorized the Ir5 Ar.............................. sl'aika-..............................Lv 4 lOp 8"i
; and if the _41Op 1045&Lv...............................Palatka ......... ....................Ar 910a
ISjp
vote person so offering to vote declines to make the oath so demanded T P Ifi5P Ar.......................... an stea........................... ...Lv 3? .....
i !Ms vote shall be rejected. 8200 120a Ly.............................San Matf'................. ..............Ar up 12
31011 1i L'f............................Eas 'alatka.............................Lv 635p 8 p WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN .
I SEC. 10. That the executive or standing committee of the politicalr IIS\Ip 1 ClOp ...............................Ormond............................... 30:1p 435p fin Q .-
6 SIp flip ..............................Daytona............................. 25'p:: '102a
party calling such primary elections is hereby authorized to regulate the f02p 122p II. ............................Port Orange....................... .. 2tIp 652a Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime -:- ,- .
.. ........ .............. *
; ie' t25p I55p : ;; .New Smyrua .... .... ............... ,
l amount to paid the inspectors and clerks of such election, and to provide ...... 2 Zip ..............................Oak Hill. ............................ .. 220p l lip .6..SJa.:..
funds for d ...... S)2p() .............................TttURV1lle ............................. 1114p ......
Graying expenses of conduct iiig'Swh'eWtibns; ; ; Cy'assessing' ...... S85p .II. ............................. Citl Poin ............................. 12 Rip ...... -:- Cement and Shingles and Laths.
i the various candidates for nomination at such ...... 343p ..............._.............. Cocoa ._. ........................... .. 122p ......
primary election. All ballots ...... 349p II .............................R kJedge.! ............................ 1218p......
I shall be uniform in all respects, and only such ballots furnish ...... 418p ............................ Eau Gall1e............................. II 45a ...... '
as are .. ................... .. ...
.428p ... .Melbourne............................. l111a: ......
I hy committee shall be used at any j.rimary election ...... 61211 II .............................Sebastian"............................ .. 1o 5oa ......
...... sap II ..............................St. LucIe.............................. .. ...... '. [VItR1ElEO PAVING SIDEWALK BRICK j
r SEC.:; 11. That in the appointment of inspectors and clerks of sii chas: ...... 8 Alp II ............................ Fort pierce........................... 957a........ +
... 8'9p II .............................._Eden... ............................ .. ......
primary citation, the committee making such appointments shall, so far ...::: e5ip ...............................Jenst'n............................... II 901iaL. ... .n..rw.nn.
... ............................... ... .
select 705p Stuart. ........................... II 855a ....
poitile, qualified voters from a ]list of nan.es agreed upon by a maJority ..:... 'i88p ...........................Hobe Sound............................ II 821& .t......
of the candidates before such ...... r 52p ..........................West JupIter........................ 80ia ...... Office 408 West Bay Street,
primaryelection..Provided,tuch agree d ..... 83Op" ..._....................Wes Palm EoIacb........................ 130a ...... '.
list i is tiled with the committee. ...... 900p ...............................Linton..... ......................... .....
...... 9'4p .........................Fort 65&1.1...... Jacksonville Florida.T. .
SEO.- 12. That the executive ..... ........................... .. ,
standing committee when they are petitioiifd .10\ Lemon City........................... .....
by a majority of the qualified electors( of the game: parly the (com ...... Sop Ar.................. ......Miami........... .......... ......Lv 538a1.
i$ mi UPC Moutrd: to, shall call and en use to be held primary election s pro BETWEEN NEW SMYRNA AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION.
iilwl for in this act. and should the :r'ommittee refuse.to call hold sUlh 0.8 No. 1 STATIONS. No.125p. .
primary elections HI4 petitioned for, tie, shall be of or p 1010aLv.| .. .........,.......,.....,.. New"Smyrna.."........................Ar| !IN 533?...:! V. GASMEN
guilty u misdemeanor, .(ftp!U38a ............................ Lake Helen.................. ....... .Lv 124 4u5Ot ? .
t and upon c-invictiou be punished by imprisonment! in the county jail u 320p825p 12 02p ....................... .Orange City............................ p' ......... ,
I-*14 ttia.i thirty ((30)) days, or more than ninety ((90)) days. ,12lOp Ar........... ... .. ...Orange City Junction....... ........... 1229P1; ,| 5 SUp 35p .,,. .y y. -. -. -. y. -. -. -. -. -. -. y. y. y. -. -. -. y. y. -. -. -. y.
SEC. 13 That all luws All trains between New Smyrna and Orange City Junction D-.ulyexcept Sunday.- :-- -
and parks' of laws)in conflict with the prot'isiun -
of thU act; be and the same are hereby repealed. KEY WEST AND HAVANA Jf1anufaotuI'eI' of and
, Approv-d June 11 1897.IT .
g Tha steamship City of Key West of the Florida East Coast Steamship Compauylf'svei S Jealer) :in .
'- --- Miami for Key. West on Monday Wednesday and Fridays after arrival of train from JacktonvUls -
,
making connections at Key West with steamers for Havana. Leave Key West 2:&)
s p. m. standard time)on Tuesdays. Thursday and Saturdays, :Miami
TlTlTinflfl I New house best arriving next morning
; accommodations on the b time to connect with north bound train.
t Al H M P \ 1111 TEL East Coast: table first-class, and
e'erycon"eiJience These Time Tables show the times YELLOW PINE LUMBER
I 11U 1 llJJUUU JLLU at which trains and boats maybe expected' to arrive and
and comfort; hot and cold Credit! from the several stations and ports, but their arrival or departure at the times !
s baths; modern improvements; in center of the famous pineapple 'sectionj close atatt-d louseqnennes 11 not guaranteed arising therefrom.nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any

to the Inlet; fish and oysters in abundance.Terms ,For copy of local time card call at 238 Weat Bay Street Jacksonville or address AND TIMBER.
I J.P. XWITR. Traffic Manager. J. U KAHNEE, A.G.P. A.
St. Augustine.
,
Moderate. .

! J. L. JENSEN, Proprietor, Mouldings, Turned Work, Fancy Scroll Work,

t t-e *; Pickets, Laths. Orange and Vegetable Crates.
t- ;
JENSEN, BBEVARD COUNTY
i FLORIDA

i Alt Don't fall to stop at Jensen when visiting the Indian River, tH6-gr j Subsoribs for pAs Sun. I Jacksonville, -:- -;. Florida.



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l .3 ''It, .. .l THE TROPICAL SUN.. WEST PALMBEACH.. FLORIDA' ,'TRURSDA Y. JULY 7, 1898.H .- '.:.r '
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II HI I r "J yt'lbrDpIiN.. J n1t(,I IT JtWtI.ro Railroad Watches, HOTEL The Palms ,.' ; j': -T.:;: : :


Clocks Qhd.tJ welt1Y n Br tn r

Winter Travel.
I For
-- How Open
j WEST ]''AL M BEACH, F10BIDA. EVERYTHING UP TO DATE. ,

Fine Nickle. Movement ij ,Screw Beet. Dust-Proof Case- AH Modem Improvements, ElectricBells

It t t ;. .' I sent to any address. on- receipt, of $5.00. Baths, Etc. J Goods House
GUY I. METCALF, f i Popular Dry
l : Spectacles ,and eyeglasses, $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY.Address' ,
EDITOR AND MANAGER. ,
I' Fine Watch and Jewelrjr.Repairing Promptly Attended to. *'*' 4 Jacksonville oda. :

J : f Charges paid one way. ]J. J. RILES PAXJHS" \
,
Ijl i : YEARLY "THE

..it! .: SUBSCRi Pl ION' $2 5-n 225 W.. Bay, Everett:Block, JACKSONVILLE, FLA 1-16-96 West Palm Beach, Florida.: w The Leading Dry Goods House. : :r i S

r 7
j REMEDY FOR TONSILITIS. . .Y.'i'I.BY.... .1. .1.1. .1.1. . -
I West 1'J. H.DI tICK, in! the State.
: '
!' I How to Treat Patients Afflicted With Proprietor

\'J t1 l Whenever Throat sore reddish Diseases.patches areseen 1mUSIe Palm The ;Largest Stock, The Newest. Styles, _

in the throat it is well to under. at the Lowest Prices. ,

t AMONG etand that a poisonous surface is presentand : Hath'Charms! .: To all whom we wiU send samples free of charge..
:1 OUB CHURCHES Beach request
take due
: precautions to'prevent the ____ Charges, on all j?
WE PREPAY Express
spread of tonsilitis. Of course there are''i .
orders to the amount of $5.00 or over-- =_
I : t'
I Time and Place of Services, Special many forms of tonsilitis, but only the Drug when accompanies the order..
J i Notices commonest need be considered now. money
Week-Day and.Sunday -
"p'" .' I Meetings.: Oftentimes tonsilitis and a mild :. These Pric Have a Joyous .: The Best Equipped Mail Order Department :.

;'I" .f.r form of diphtheria are confounded. Microscopic We've almost foldout
I I': BPlaaop..t '. '
,whether the excretions contain diph our -Respectfully-
EPISCOPAL CnuRCH-Bethesda-bylhe-Sea. theria ulcerations. Tonsilitis y.
or
germs I.I .
,; .REV.J.N.MULFORD,Rector. may result from inhalation of some substance : Musical : INDrugs BROTHERS'POPULJtR '
JI: &EV.L. I'rrz-JiMEs Humay,Ass't Mlnl ter. like a sharp fishbone and its lodg- COHEN
Serrlcc
every Sunday morning at n o'clock.
ment in the tonsils. Some
people are
:
Sunday: School at 3 p.m. :
n! "i The church will renuln open during the i subject to periodic attacks, and it is Instruments Toilet Articles DRY GOODS HOUSE ;<

'1 bummtr,. ___ hereditary with some. : ,
.
ij I Brushing the throat or spraying it Florida. -
I BiornuKRooD OP ST. ANDREW.-MeeU on with a solution of carbolic acid is a : Here's the Finishing 16-28-97. Jacksonville, :,

the Second. and1'Fourth,, Wednesday of each good thing to do as soon as the swellingand Fine Stationery and .. """ ,, '
l1nta. '- ..
: L.F.: "
HINPRV,Director. Touches :
:
soreness are noticed, but this shouldbe : :
I, W FMttttstftONO. "JR..:Secretary.
done only under a physician's ad ZL
; i vice. Iron and potash, glycerin and listerine : A $6.50 Maple Guitar ;' Druggist Sundries. .

,.i. B., ChUMh; South are also good or powdered! sulphur finely finished : BRELSFORD :BROS a
be blown into the throat and used ,
Services'will be held In may ,
II I the Knights of Pyth Prescriptions Carefully CompoundedEast.
f ian Hall. on the First! ,Third and Fourth Sundays as a gargle.If For 4.75 : and Insurance'
of Coast Business Solicited. Real Estate... -
throat be
of each mmith at n a.m.and 730 p. m. Every a case .quinsy sore :
I cms cordially invited to attend "I was glad Been at'the very outset,an attempt maybe .. WEST PALM BEACH, 61096.Whidden's u c
when they raid uuto me,let us go int9 the house made to abort the disease. This .
:"I-11, ur the I/Nd."* 'BIT.J.R.WitKiv,pastor. though seldom successful, may be tried h .: A Nice Cheaper Gui- .: ; 4 'Palm Beach, Florida. :>

by giving an emetic or byadminioiteringtincture Notary FublieOottaggg, to Rent. ,,
for
iI tar
I BV.cIt1SISta. Lodge, 1o. 46, of aconite every hour in drop Markets
l .... Knights of Pythias, doses or by dram doses of the ammoni- $300former 6.197 Fost-Office Building North of Toineiana Hotel:
ated tincture of guarauum, best given in if.
d Meets. every Friday Night at 7x0: p.m.standardIme. milk, or by 15 grain doses of salol every : : Prepared to Supplyyou 7 ";
Visiting $5.00.
b".tbers cordially invited. price
three hours. ,
n Ctttie hail Scarification of the tonsils 1
over Public School
Building. with -
be tried afterward *
them
J.A.Pl'GHC.C. may painting .
t;i W X,.WinuEYEH,K.of R,&S. ,s 19 7 with a fairly strong solution of cocaine. zZsMi
I If not seen for two days, or if these i: A Good Violin for :. Good Meats at Living Prices.rash GliEfi G.

i -. abortive measures fail, the patient -
> MY COUSIN JAN. should be confined to bed; hot poultices : $4-75 I } orb,
,
.. ) -J. DEALER IN .
or cold compresses be kept constantly
..
t\frittenfor.Tuli The .
:Tao'J .u. Scn.1
1 l I am content to be BO bare around the throat; steam inhaled as | former price, $6.50.Trimmings ,
Before the archer every where, often as practicable and gargles of hot ItouZtry> Staple and Fancy Groceries

JJy wounds being stroked with heaTeniy air. milk and water made use of every hour. :fInd rJggs. ,
Mrs.Browning A brisk saline purgative should be given. :

Mournful-, ray earUit. memories are; Ice, if found grateful, may be allowedat Native Meats a specialty.Your Grain and all 'Food Supplies. .
My father died in foreign war; discretion. Such diet as the patientcan and Strings :
My mother never thought worth while be persuaded to swallow should be Solicited. ,j.
Alter his death to try to smile; ordered, of course, in liquid, or, rather, : We carry a Complete Line of : Patronage .

And only once dU dauies bloom semisolid form. This can be greatly facilitated Strings and Trimmings for Market on Banyan Street, COUNTRY PRODUCE ; ;

i E'er the within the;same gray tomb, by brushing or spraying the Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin and : c.
I j j From light and touch was Jail_away affected parts with a 4 to 8 per cent solution 11.12 WEST PALM BEACH Always Fresh, Kept in Stack,
; Aid I.feliclt,'from that dark day Autobarp. .
of
Have been from lore's world bydrochlorate of cocaine previous r: Your Patronage Solicit cL !=
an estray.
to offering the food. .
I I No claim
on did I
.; Save him, my any uncle,stern hold.and cold; It is well to warn parents against : Harmonicas : Clematis Avenue 4-i4 West' palm Beach, |Tla.
And he! Why,anger thrlUed him through the bad habit of wrapping up too warmly .

I -'. When ever I cams Into T ew. the throat of a child who has had one ; Hohner's-the Best 25c Harp .
.:.)-6.- My plain face galled him to the quick; or more attacks of sore throat, for this I in the World. II Store s
i ,: ... Befriddi, I II Supply ;:
: was a h:retie, %; custom results simply in keeping the ; Ludvvig-a Fine 15c Article.
.}:i.,. While he clang to his KoraUh faith'r' surface of the neck constantly moist -
With love a*fence and tronz a.death. ; and, renders the child more liable to ::-West Palm Beach, Florida, '
Acerb he mutt have been at bCI! ,- catch cold. It is much better to toughen J. D. MA THIS -
t And high ho pea crossed had done.thereat, the child by a well considered hygienic We carry a Nice Assortment of Proprietor. THE EARMAN HOUSEIs
A wido Red,cbi teas '
man was he,
(Successor to Brannlng'i and
Embittere by adrrrsity. and tonio regimen.-New York World. Stationery. Bakery Grocery Co)
t My Motto-"Qulck '
The dominant Sales'and Small Pro tits.
trait in him was pride
;
$; i And,If I could hare magnified How to Cook Fillets of Haddock. now open for,Winter,Travel.
+ Bakery Goods and
By pcrdoual charms the ancient claim Procure two large fresh haddocks, o. T Best: of Accommodations.
I it Supported by each Weyden!'ame wash and dry them carefully, cut off 'ANTHONY BROS Family Groceries Table .
Best tHe
; Iarket..zosffo wrier
TU1 to
ii my bapkta turn it came, the heads, tails and fins and remove the <
1 1Butt hoold hare had.no gong t\sing: backbones. Divide each fish into four .....MY Specialty. -a..tulln.: Connection. .-
t I, ihi
upon house,did bring I Merchants
,', A brand a hueless,graceless thing. portions, dust with flour and dip them in Goods delivered free to any partof Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the :Depot. ;
I muat have ten tbs well beaten egg. Cover thickly with the
fashioning City or across the Lake. '
of some ill spirit. who had vowed brown bread crumbs, and when somefat West Palm Beach, Florida. AU Orders Given Prompt Attention Address MES. S. E. EAEMAN\ ;
Through me his proud head should be bowed. is boiling hot in a frying pan put L ,
I felt the scorn ha dared not speak, the pieces in and fry them carefully. Goods prices First-Class paid for and Fresh. Highest 114-97 WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
b' And though my tips were mote and meek Beef suet will be found quite the best country produce. .
+ The lion In me>gushed with rage fat in which to cook any fish. In cooking Buy ol me and I will Have you money. 6-1-97 "

And shook.the bars of its lIt'Shye8Jte. turn the pieces several times, so Pineapple Slips and Suckers For Sale,
Early about me gathered! gloom{ : LakeWorth ;
Ic Works
that '
they brown both
may on sides.
I felt the shadow
of Of the
coming Yet I Drain on blotting paper when finished i
was not BO hemmed
or bound
But even as a child I fouad and serve with a shrimp sauce. Enville City Abbakas and City Meat Market Manufacturers

: A fairer world begirt this round. Red Spanish, grown from young plants Retailers and ShippersOf
j Once as\breathed a wullfloM er's scent How to Braise Ox Tails. and without cover. For prices call on --.
-
i, Again,as a lily'I downward bent Cut three large ox tails into two inch or address C. A, ROBINSON, GEO. S. ADAMS, Prop'r.

To gaze upon the gleaming gull lengths, lay them for one hour in cold 6-23-81 Eden, Indian River, Fla.lJed .
I Its white and waxen a lilt did hold water, drain and place the pieces in > I U/ater. ;
e
<
Across my childish soul there rolled FRESH FLORIDA ; aid Distilled :
f A sense of far off sweeter ttuugi. saucepan,cover with boiling water, add MEATS,
one tablespoonful salt, cook five minutes
I The poet instinct stirred Its \\Ings Spanish and
;
\ ( ARMOUR'S STAR HAMS
remove them with skimmer and I ,
A ware of deep, Intense delight a
I Bore me out,on the In9all; plunge them into cold water and after' R. A. MCPHERRIN Prop. '
BACON
For a moment 1 had broken through ten minutes drain the tails in a colan rgancy AND BOLGNA,
The actual world,and caught a view der. Pat half pound salt pork cut into
Of the clime that ShAke..pere and Dante knew. slices on the bottom of a large saucepan Factory at WEST PALM BEACH.
I was no poet;nor meant to be, and add one carrot cut into slices, POULTRY, BUTTER AND EGGS.
And yet I shared their faculty three onions PineappleSlips
cut the same way and a
Of neetng! or feeling futurity
; bouquet. Put the
tails
Their deep ox on top of this
I cognisance of thing
p I Their knowledge,the rUibU unseen and cover them with meat broth or Wall Orders from
world's screen, any Responsible Don't Boil the
I Interposed God's face and stock. Put on the cover and cook slowly and SuckersFor
man between
DOBBINs
; Pasties in
the SOAP
A ereen.hleh.,to their anc.f ut view three hours; then take out the tails, County Reeieve Clothes, put them cTRic :

!I The hidden. glory seems bursting through. strain the broth remove every particleof Abbaka!'Sale of the Porto FOilowing Varieties j, viz- Prompt Attention. 6-g In soak overnight,, Has been made for 33 years and has
I fat, reduce by boiling to three half Rico, sold
1 The rigidness of Sparta reigned during th&t time from 20 cents a
11 About the house;chill and constrained pints, return the ox tails to the saucepan Smooth Cayenne, Rinse thoroughly bar down to 8 cents a bar, and is

The atmosphere,'completely drained pour over the broth, cover and Egyptian Queen, Geo. S. Hacker & In the morning known all over the world, as the
Of all that make lire a beligbt; cook slowly half hour, then serve with Ripley Queen, Golden Queen, SonMANUFACTURERS They wUl be
i i think 1 must Lave perished quite carrot balls and braised chestnuts or White Antigue "Best Soap in the World"
Had I not refuge found in flight any other kind of vegetables.How Clean and sweet,
Up to my turret,and sale_ ._them__n_ Pernambuco, Colors We have no douht when we now
Mid bird songs tree tops and free air. to Prepare Canoed Vegetables l nvtlie. bright. inform you that we sell the regular

I lived with books they did not care Should be turned out as soon as possi fruit Early trout delivery this I'lantatiouhaviug can be made. Part been of the Woolens and sized bar for 5 cents; that we will sell
About picked
Or If the color of my hair his and if kept put in an earthenware last mouth. Apply to Soft Dresses it to every soul on the Lake. For sale
my garb were coarse or fine.
dish only
Or my nose lacked the Grecian line and covered with a plate always, C.C. MATTHAMS BN Will not beRipped by
I drank their contents however, turned out of the,original tin. L.
as
men W.
Their souls In wine that they may sleep keep. It is highly desirable to strain off and Florida Pineapple Company, and the Burkhardt,

Being of swdal life debarred throw away the liquor from tinned 5-2L97 West Palm Beach, Fla. Dreaded Washing Finest Groceries.
Made me a student,close and hard salmon, peas, lobsters, oysters, eta To- Is done.

While body was outlawed, bounded, pro mato juice can be: kept without fear of ... 1\1r1. Enterprise uses 'It and has finished a
scribed poison. Before using canned lobsters -z. Don't Boll. large wash by 9 o'c1oo but Mra. Fogy d 'tuse
The spirit it within It or TONSORIAL SHOP It,and works bard until 12 o'clock.
and it
shrimp is pARLOIt
a good plan to well rinse
1&B.. S. them in cold
water.
Never have
OF
t any BROWN HOLDEX, Propr.
=- mixture made up in the tin, even if

t Watch and jewelry ropair ng by first t used at once. The various packing companies NEW SHOP-FIST CLASS SERVICES Doors, Sash,

i class workmen, and guaranteed, at are very careful to have their Banyan Street, West Palm Blinds
Beach. MouldingsAND
t Idner & Son's. goods put up as fresh as possible, but NEW SEMINOLE :
t unless salted or corned they cannot possibly HOTEL
Dont forget J. F. OLIVER'S turn out and keep Mistress ( ;
a when as long as fresh levcrely-H) such a thins occurs j.
yon want Fancy Groceries. ly cooked goods will. again Nora.shall have to set another ser Building Material,

Boat building done right at home, iii in, How to Devil Chestnuts. vant.Xurah. -I wish yez wud. There's easily CHARLESTON, S, C. Only Brick Hotel in Town.WEST .

the most approved manner good workmanship Ingredients-one pint of chestnuts enough wurruk for two av us.-London Fun. 1' Largest South. i PALM
a and at living prices. Gallon two ounces of butter, salt and cayenne.. Factory EEACS"FLA: .
P Capt.A.. T. Rose. Shell and boil the It Send for Prices.
nuts till tender. was an industrious farmer that the passerby THE Has'
Dry them. Melt i SEMINOLE recently been completed, built in the most sab-
the accosted :
Prof. Frank Idner is now butter in a clean airly as he made his prepara- stantial
do Piano Tuning and prepared to frying pan. When it is hot, put in the tions for irrigating a field. on high ground fronting manner and elegantly furnished; situated
Repairing. Leave Lake
Dots and toss them "Ah," saM the stranger, "preparing to Worth and unobstruct-
commanding
orders at Idner &.Son's. continuously over BARBER SHOP ed view each way, and magnificent,
pITY ,
the fire water the waste?" guests
until they are of a golden color. enjoy perpetual breezes ten all directions.
No need to send away from home for Mix some fine salt with half the "Well" was the answer "I got this Idea First Door South of the Post Office. Service
any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can amount of cayenne(if liked hot from one o* thee papers, an' I don't know JfcfcWttd Strictly First-Class.
build you one as fine or a, cheap as tIe them ) Sprin how it'll work. Mebbe III water the waste Easiest Chairs and Best per day and
you well with np. Special
> 1t ,Sag him, at /;'oir order folded this and serve- in and then ag'in, mebbe I'll only. waste the Equipped Shop in Town. Rates by the Week or Hoathj
napkin
very hot "
water. Washington Star.
-9-tf MILO COOPER,Prop'r. 11497 GEORGE ZAPF, Manager.

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