The Tropical sun
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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: August 4, 1898
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00263
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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PERSONAL PICKINGS Stuart, to be found elsewhere in this HERE; AND THERE.f CORRESPONDENCE. Modelo. Other' improvements in the TOWN TOPICS.Local .

Issue and move in the matter as quicklyas --t. 3. \ '" store too, show up very favorably to the OIl

People as They Come and Go-People possible. Mr. Lees is a hard ",Rrk- Scraps of News About This a j'J, <
You May or May Not Know. ing and in every w y'wnrth ;{get- and Different Things. .*' Scribes Throughout the County. seems to be the man' for the place. and From Other Sources.

tIer and deserves not only sympathyover I I *._, "' -S .

Carl Scbrebnick came. up from Miami his loss,-'but material assistance The steamer: Eclipse started-in on' cr MAN GONIA MDTTERINGS. UNION LOCALS. A. W. Garnett, of Hypoluxo, came .to

'Tuesday'to tend'CouDCi1 meeting. from every one able to contribute.. regular mail run this morning. *' i .e. # town to-day. __________

'C.'A.'Marshall, who came' home from Capt. C. W.: Pierce returned.. last i night ,The rains are bringing,. up the:water m The, .canning factory- ,has been_. idle Minnie Lyman was a Lantana visitor Mrs. Pugh is home"again from a visit

Miami with of measles is outJain. fresh lakes nearly all this week. owing to scarcity of last ..
., a case to his home in Boynton, his mother. accompanying thq : :. quite' rapidly 'i lines. Wednesday.II I I IH f \ to her daughter at Orlando.

t' ,"" him., \ -:Pineapples are,_'getting. ,,scarcer. in the L. G. Lyman made a business" trip to J. Brown and sons came np from Hy

'Henry J.: Anthony; formerly of Miami market as the crop has nearly all been The'laun'ch None Such, F. A. Rowley, Lantana Tuesday. poluxo to do some trading today In..
H. Machattie and a couple of young harvested.The owner and master, arrived from Miami ,
is now located in this city,possibly how- town.
ever,only temporarily.Attorney English friends were visiting in this Tuesday evening, but,had no hospital Fred S. Dewey, accompanied by Mrs.
city yesterday evening of the F. E. C. Ry. has finished the sid # The Black 400 will give a minstrel:
\ guests subjects on board.jThe Dewey, was in .town on business. last
Worley remained over Tues Seminole. ing down at Snake Creek and the lumber week. show in Lauther's Hall tomorrow(Fri

day night resting from his labors and --. for the County buildings is to be there forest, sawgrass and muck fires day) nIght. '

then left for his,Miami home. ROUGH NOTES. this week. ,. seem to be all out at last, and'it is to be Sylvester Anderson, of Lemon City,
Board held
II was the guest of the.Sterling family one The County School
that this condition will continuefor
Rev. W. J. Cady and his two children Monday was a rough day. "Our Sunny' Land" of Miami, cornea hoped day last week. regular monthly meeting at ,the school
to us this week with the notice of a awhile; at least.
left on yesterday morning's train for house in this city Tuesday.

their two month's outing in the north. The wind blew hard and strong, takIng change cf its publication day from Sate Charlie Miller is building a new houseon

the rain with it into every place urday to Wednesday. f' A little moistprcnlew around'here the the land lately purchased from the D. M. Geaurideau has recovered from

Mrs. Prank, of the Boston Store, is expected that it could get. 'A duck that looks like and is claimedto first of the week: but more is needed, on- Railroad Company. He will use the old measles and again has his barbershop

in lyy,we trust it will not come in such a house for,storage purposes.P. in the Seminole building.
here few with
a days a big The Lake was rough and the. County be the,mallard, is summering, here, "- open _
forCIble; manner as last Monday's rain j -- i- -
stock of goods, recently purchased in Commissioners had time
a rough getting nesting and raising its Several -
New York young. did. C. Clark* formerly of thia place, ; J. C. Rickards, of Boca Ratone is in
to Juno to hold ,their regular meeting i of them have been. shot and brought to later'of Miami
but was'caUtng on town to-day hunting pineapple slips
M. and a rough time coming back. town. Cap W, H. Sanders is back from Mi- np
Downey, one of our prominent friends here Sunday. He expects to go and looking after'other business, '
ami with his steamer Eclipse having arrived -
property owners, returned Tuesday Ditto for the attorneys who were The registration books ,are now .openat north with' the troops when they are

evening from his summer outing at obliged to be present at.Juno, on account Juno and the registration officer will Tuesday night. It'is probable the moved from camp Miami. County Registration Officer G. W.

Fernandina of Monday being Rule Eclipse will go on the 'regular Juno- in town this morning en-
pay arrange to open them in the different Herring was ,
Palm Beach mail in
County Attorney R. R. Taylor came Ditto also for all others who had to or precincts so as to give every one a chanceto day or two. run again a C, H. Miller and John McLeod have route to Juno to open up the registration

register. each purchased, ten acres of pine land books. ________
up from Miami Friday and went up to choose to go t
Juno on business; returning home that they went for political purposes and it The construction train of the F. E. C. Will Westmoreland, the colored'man' south of town. Mr. Me. says ,he has The council meeting that was to have
.tame night. who has been in charge of the Capt. J.B. been nearly all over the world and now
was their first visit. arrived on Friday evening with a been held Tuesday evening was ad.
I Clow plantation for so many years, he is going to settle down in Linton.
W. wife on train load of old ties of which journed, for want of a quorum, till tomorrow
A. Avery and who have been But worse John Tucker, who : part were left Monday to accept a position in J. B. John knows good thing when he sees

living In E. Root's house over on the went up in: his sail't.. with a female for the water works and the rest for the Clow's Sons large plumbing establish. it. evening.

East Side, left yesterday for ,a visit to passenger and a small boy accompaniment. ice factory, for fuel. ,
ment in Chicago. Merritt from Buena Capt Chas. R. Carlin, of Jupiter, ar .
Supt. came
..Jheir sons in Chicago. They reached there all right, Pineapple shipments to'the northern Vista up and rived in town last night and after staying
but on their back out from Fifty, choice orange trees sere s received Sunday morning spent the
way just markets with the only sales of left this
are over the Seminole night
at over ,
County Commissioner W. V. Rushing Little' Pitts Island the ;wind carried at Riviera for Judge A. E. Hey- day calling on the patrons of the ,
came down from Jupiter Sunday so as to : I pines now being.madeareofthelast tun. seris' anii-tTi "d'(1ie':1ias'been'down : and"attended 'the ''song strvieeftWe'' i ffinng Jor Juno,on,business.-. >4
away the sail and all they could do was of the and are all being bought by grove,
be here in time to attend the board i crops school house in the evening. His visit
there this week that '
to anchor in comparatively shallow water -I the Canning Company. seeing they Supt.,E.. B. King, of the I. O. T..Co,
meeting at Juno Monday. will be pleasantly remembered by the
wJ.de'shore and walk home. were properly planted and started on was down from"Jupiter last week, overseeing .
Miami has a couple of ostriches now the road to a successful growth and people of Linton and the interest he of' the telegraph
Mayor M. E. Gruber spent a few of The Bertie B., in which C. C.Houston even if they lose the troops. They came rnitage. takes in school affairs is highly appre- the 'moving city

the latter days of last week .visiting political carried 'the mail, also got a little the from Col. Tiffin's ostrich farm at Court a ciated. office to its new location.As .
and other friends down- at Miami, worst of it. Captain Houston took a nay and will do for the citizens down Julian M. Rowley, who was reportedas -1 -
arrived home from Miami sick The mosquito Problem.! further improvement to the Clematis
but is again safe at home. crowd of negro prisoners up; in'charge there in place of better amusement ,
of Deputy Sheriff Frohawk, and landed last week, has forgotten he was ever ail- II Avenue Supply Store, proprietorJ. :

Geo. W. Idner, a victim to the fever them safely; but in attempting to come Monday being,the first Monday.in the ing. lIe says Mangonia well water fri Written for THE TROPICAL Sen. D. Mathis has adorned his counters

(not yellow fever, however) and who back they got a little nearer home than month of August, was Rule Day in the cass.:; d'.cluck'eti, fre h' rink and 'ripe The rains have brought out mosquitoes with several new show cases in which to

Court and was,so observed by all but they do not seem to be anything display his goods to better advantage.The .
had come home from Miami to be cured, Tucker did, and then the, wind made County 3ppipsw6uld even hate cured every

is cured and able to again attend to bus- ribbons of the Bertie B.'s sail and they whose business required it, consequentlythere case in the Mia 'li hospital and made theurgeon's :I like as 'numerous as they were in years
iness. in the that The old claim Dade County State Bank are now
increase settlers
Had to work her into Riviera wharf was an passengersto position a sinecure. are gone. ,
and return that day: > ; that the mosquitoes off in ,doing business m the building moved
Juno on are falling
where they made her fast and left her ,, : ,; ,
F. A. of Mangonia -
Rowley, arrivedat
numbers year and that the over from the East Side, while the
the city wharf and came the rest of the way to town on A party Vho went from here to Atlanta 'Last'week you mentioned the India every say
Tuesday evening with side be
clearing of the land is the of it. Branch building along will fitted
his launch None Such on his home foot, bringing the mail with them. last week wrote from there the day mango that neighbor Gale has in bearing ; cause
way When ail due deduction has been up for storage purposes and as a direc
from Miami. S. E. Barman,'of this city, The launch Pinta. with, Master Willie after their arrival that they would have for the first time this year and it is made for minimizing influence tors' room.

came lip with him. Gale in charge, managed to make the slept comfortable the night before if it well worthy of notice, for of all the varieties upon
the of of limited
round in had not been for the mosQuitoesandthis of this favorite fruit, it is the bestso mosquito crop 1898, The Republicans held a County Con-
safety the
trip although most
rainfall and cool winds there
Inman H. Fisher, a former employee! of the 'were rather moist in the center of that big city.' ,And far that we have ever seen: 'It is tobe : prevailing: ), vention at the Club House ,in this city
of Tnfi SUN office, after a trial of Miami when they arrived at the railroad dock Jet people complain about there being hoped that the whole saango bearing : till remains a mysterious deficit to be last Saturday and appointed Messrs. E.
accounted for. The advent of the
water and .climate, is back again with Monday evening and they all expressedthe mosquitoes in Florida. region of Florida may be soon stocked yearly M. Brelsford, C. C. Haight, W. M. Feath-

THE SUN force this week and will probably opiuiou that it had not been a with as good or better kinds than this, mosquito pest is on or near the 17th of eily and F. C. Root as delegates to the
very Some soldiers that went south last Sat- June, and we wait that period with all
1 :, remain permanently. good day for picnicking. to everybody's profit and enjoyment. State Convention.

V. A' urday night are not the kind that do ..---_ the terror that apprehension of extreme

:I ., ..,. Miss Blanch Brooker finished her visit Henry J. Anthony made the trip to honor either to the country they came physical annoyance creates. But Capt. H. D. Pierce, one of the oldest

i : to :Mr. and Mrs.' Will Whidden in this Juno on the Pinta, this being the first from nor the one they go to. for anyone MODELO .HEXTIOX.. this year the 17th, and all the June days and most prominent settlers on the Lake

I : city, and left for her home in Jnpiter time he :had ever ,visited the countyseat. who will deliberately reach out of a car that succeeded, were unmarked by the died in this city Tuesday night from a

1 Tuesday, morning under escort of County He saw everything in its dampest window and hit a person on the head W. B. Ord is extending his pinery, presence of a single specimen; and not cancer on the neck, and was buried yes-

Commissioner W. V. Rushing; aspect d probably decided it was a who happens to be on the platform now a very valuable property. His only June, but to our ever increasing terday morning in the city cemetery.A .

cold day for politicians, as he infested within reach of the car, is no man, but pines are good and the prices realized wonder and delight, all the July days more extended notice will be given

W. M. Featherly, U. S. 'Collector tf the warmest part of the launch all the merely a brute, no matter whether the last season were very satisfactory. were equally exempt.It next week.

Customs for the port of Miami and way back to town. person he hits is black or white, and the I. was not possible for us to accept so
with Wilbur
J. P. Paulsen and family left last week The steamer Eclipse, Capt.
Frank C. Root, U. S. Deputy Marshallat Attorney Worley, of Miami, left this sooner such a soldier gets where he'can for Milwaukee, Wis., where they will halcyon a condition without indulgingin Hendrickson at the wheel, and its
were both in town Saturday speculation as to its origin and
'as delegates to the town in the Bertie B. ,for Juno Monday, get hit the better. make their future home. Mr. P. is engaged pos- owner, W. H. Sanders, as engineer arrived .
Republican County sible continuation; after giving due
Convention. but returned in the Pinta a compara- Tuesday, what was apparently a > in hustling for more settlers for weight to atmospheric influences here about 7 p. m. Tuesday with

tively dry man. Inquiry revealed the in fired Modelo. we Mr. Heira's,dismasted sail boat in tow,
tugboat, passing Hypoluxo, quitea
..- Deputy Sheriff Frohawk stayed in Fact that the trip from here to Mangoniawas number of shots at the wrecked Lot- concluded they hardly met the case. having made the run from Miami in

town Tuesday to dry out and rest up sufficient to give the gentleman a J. J. Joyce is having extensive im- While endeavoring to account for this about 14 hours.
,from his Monday's and thus on the beach, probably for target provements made in the way of break- anomalous exemption from the usual
of '
tramp, sufficiency sailboating for that day practice, which might have been all Thos. J. Grier is the latest reported
.which he succeeded in ing and preparing some fifteen acres of summer scourge we chanced to remember -
doing and and
took that he there
at Mangonia trans-
,,. right enough as far as it went in some victim of the measles, having broken
that the of
his rich land fire
the on 7th
that evening's train for his home and ferred himself and his prairie coming May a was set
belongings! to the cases, bat in this case the shots went too season's crop. out the that burned out Tuesday. It'seems probable that we
duties in Miami. launch and on place, most
to boat for the tar-one coming within 30 feet of a west the and' timber will have a little epidemic of them now
grass surrounding
-: E,.H. Dimick came up from Miami rest of the trip. side resident and the rest of them rat- Mr. Mulligan is here prospecting witha small lake that would naturally furnish that they are once started, but as theyare

last Saturday and has been spending I Some damage in the way of blowing tling around amongst the trees and view locating.{. Mr. M. has recentlysold an ideal breeding place for mosquitoes.All nothing very dangerous they will do

most, of the time at ,his home over on down trees, fences and 'signs, and from houses on the west side of the Lake, some Palm Beach property and incipient insect life thereabouts was for a pastime till something more exciting

the East Side, though occasionally to be the rain driving in and flooding stores Fortunately doing no damage other than seems to know, what a good thing is in effectually squenched by fire or smoke, turns up.

found at his drug store in this city. He and houses have been reported aroundthe splitting' several trees. Vessels shouldbe selecting Modelo. for his future home. and as a result we enjoy an immunity A couple of our merchants with whomwe

is not on the sick list. and its notified that live in of "
city suburbs, but no people range :
very I Dr. F. J. West is putting an irrigation for which we cannot be sufficiently grate- happened to be conversing Tuesday,
serious has that wreck and at it should be
damage been heard of in no firing 1
claim that business with them is twiceas
well plant down on his valuable
Dan Ross, one of the known mem- this vicinity. allowed. ,. orange grove. ful.And
bers of the life-saving -...-- The doctor realizes the value of water, next year if wt are on Lake good as it was last year this time, and

.. Jupiter, was in town with corps his formerly brother-in-at The Signal Service men report that Instant Help Needed. V and,we predict a great success'for him Worth there is nothing that will affordus yet we have no troops nor even a boomon

law, R..R. Rico, of Eden, the fore the heavy gusts of wind shook their sig- EDITOR TROPICAL SC-- this winter on his rich hammock land. more pleasure than a huge fire during hand to make things lively. A good

of this part nal mast, b everything held firm. the last of:May or the first of June.E. country with good settlers and square
week on business. They left DEAR SIR ;-Please allow me, through
L James Paulsen, the efficient H. S. merchants never backward, but
: managerof goes
Wednesday for their homes at Eden. No vessels were seen either wreckedor your,columns to call the attention of the .r
a Chicago syndicate of land owners steadily improves year after year.
in distress. charitable people of Dade County, to a
Enoch Root and wife down fromtheir
,Miss Eveline Clark left here, is putting out a great deal of en- came
on yesterday'snorth case calling for instant help. The I. 0. Telegraph Co' city telegraph -
The wind, especially in the early in having improvements Jupiter homestead Tuesday night.
partof made for
bound train for her home in ergy office has been moved of the
Daytona The family of J. P. Lees of Leesville, out
Roct returned
Monday afternoon, blew with hurricane his He has hauled out marlon Capt to Jupiter this morning
after company.
i a very enjoyable visit here as burnt of house and F. E. C. office to location
was out home, on while R'y frieght a new
the of velocity, and, if the storm had con- the sidewalk and is letting out rubber Mrs. Root is staying at their
Mrs. C.
I guest J. Stowers. By the Sunday evening last. in the west end of the freight
'' tinued long enough, it would trees the lots of the East Side place for a short time.A .
probablyhave along he
help, of 'a ,bicycling friend. her tennis One son was burned to death, and Mr. people building where it is now located in an
racket l bandbox and other bundles been considered a hurricane, but as represents.The office all alone to itself. The location is
managed Lees himself is in condi-
to it only lasted a short time it has been a bathing party was given over on th not as pleasant a one as it might be for
accompany tion. Nothing was saved. new post-office in, Eskilson's store ethe convenient
called only a big blow.It Hotel Beach by Mrs.T. Tipton Reese operator nor quite as ,'
Contributions of money or provisions the work of Messrs. Clarke and Paulsen, the patrons of the office, but as it seems

Our charitably inclined citizens shouldread was rough enough, what there wa I will thankfully received by me. is a marked improvement, and would,be Wednesday, complimentary to Miss; to be agreeable to the railroad and telegraph -
the letter from Grace Elliott. A pleasant time is companies the rest of us win
of it and re ,
Bitching, enough of it, rough as it was. WATrER KITCHING. a credit, for even larger place than
ported. have to with it
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:1 1 WE DON*T ROAST. matters go along as,usual while, the ,

I: : V ht OCr pitaI \ ttt! northern and western farmers have

STRANGE AS IT MAY'seem to north i been trying to supply] the deficiency e '

I iI i IJ, j. '. ern readers, in spite of even a few by raising beets and making sugar '

(I GUY I. METCALF EDITOR.I complaints of the, soldiers down in from them until,now it stated that '- I

I I this .country, and notwithstanding there is more beet sugar made this New : Spring Goods .

I i .; MEMBER OF the fact that nearly the entire country than
country cane
sugar. . .
I I Florida Press Association. has been suffering from a hot If this is a fact it is a creditableone ., .T
> AFFILIATED V. IT II spell, it has been as cool or cooler to the northern and western io

-I i I'I National Editorial Association. here than almost. anywhere that. the farmers, but whether it is so or not, 4 KohtFurchgott S: Co.

hot wave prevailed.Exchanges the fact that this country still has'to
''I I : SUBSCRIPTION: from Texas and Louisiana import such a large amount of sugar .' T T Y . Y Y Y Y . . . Y . Y Y Y . Y Y . . Y '

IIII 1 One Year,In adTane"--......2.00 report tempera tares of from 96 when the land and all other conditions Goods, Carpet, Millinery and clothing House In the ?gf'iJSltfc .r

t I Stx Months,In advance,... .................1.00 to 102; reports from western and in the cane-raising States The Uading and Largest Dry of New Spring Goods, including Forel gn
I,i'': ;@t Three Months advance,..-............ CO northern states temperatures are stock,'and are d aily receiving larJte quantities Goods White India Linens, Checked NaU1SOOks. Prints,
give Wash
iL!i such that the acreage nf cane could Dress Goods, Silks, Organdies, Faner offered now at our Popular Low,

I ranging from 88 and 90 to 100 easily be increased sufficiently to 8Up- House Notions, Lace, Embroidenes, Stra Hats direct, Etc.by, which us, such are as Silks ,Dress Goods, Linens, uosToourwnoiesaiexrJfw -
PUBLISHID EVERY: THCBSDAY all home ?rtces. A 1 erg e quantity of goods are ipoited
AT WEST PALM and over, while one private letter ply for sugar, is sent OD application.
fill EILCaDADBCoUtrry: FLORIDA. not creditable to the southern Iery line of Spring Goods at as low prices as
k l.t from New York State says, "it was offer a large and complete We solicit the
planters.That in the United Sta t Liberal Terms and the usual Cash fffiriwtto '
i 102 in the shade on our back porch any themtbat very o wed. pos
1 )ENTERED AT THE POST OPPICK IN WEST PALM the South can furnish even patronage of the merchants throughout the State; assuring '

rJ BEACH AS 8ECOXD-CLAS3 MATTER. which w one of the coolest places we more sugar than there would be a sible prices. . .... . . .
I . TT1.t i Y
I I : I It know of, while out on the street it demand for in the whole United Y Y Y . . .. ._' Y Y Y Y ": . ',' Y

t i Pioneer Paperof Dade Count and the Oldest bas been as high as 104 to 108- States, with Canada added, is a well We are showing a large ana elegant line of ClotMnj, .Gents'_ Furnishin1s -

I 1 Publication on the East Coast ol ve can imagine what you suffer down known fact; that cane sug'IC from Carpets Matting, Window Shades, Lace ,Curtains, Trunks,
Itl Florida start to finish is easier made than ,
f between Titnuville -
'11 .! and Key West. there, and another letter rom onof e beet sugar and at a.less cost, is asserted Etc. at'Low:Prices.

l f the healthiest and coolest cities ithe ., .. .... . . .. . .
\ n as another fact, and that the ., . .. Y '.' . . Y,Y Y Y Y i- Y Y . .'
I J Hudson River valley reportsiearly profit on cane sugar is fully as much : ;' ,-' .'..t.:" ..j!:.' ', T

1 lr;,J 11 Best Advertising Medium of Florida.on the east Coast the a month of 90 hot weather with and is generally.more also claimed thaI on beet sugar ';" ; '1 Kohn, Furchgott: & Co j. '. T

temperature or over everyday ,
Everything goes to show that the :' f -Z T
and as high as 112 at least southern planters can raise all the
WITH HONOR" is what this
i once in that time, and the hope is i sugar necessary! and at a profit, and ,_ Jacksonville,
t"l, country demands and will have. f it naturally leads to the inquiry as to 1x21.97 .
expressed that are are not having < :"
why don't raise it is G}
they but that
Ji, much worse here, for if so, the writer t
Ex QUEEN LILLTJOKALAM a conundrum we will have to leave
d don't see how we can stand it. to the planters themselves to ant

her head to
rest for
i now never more
The truth is that we have had 1io ewer
j I will it wear a crown.
weather here the thermometer frequently

l ; I 1 reaching 90 or over-we be-
Acetylene Gas.
JI' i r ,FREEDOM FROM TYRANNY is what lave 96 is the highest reported-but m. E. G UBE DEALS R 'HARDWARE
Throwaway kerosene and ]N..
your lamps ,
j UacI Sam should
I a.. guarantee to every iVhilu during the hottest weather use Acetylene Gas the coming light of

:Art+ r country over which his flag floats. north and west there is almost invariably the 20th century. We are prepared to f

H .j' "" little or no breeze blowing, put in plants foal private parties, at reasonable and Crockery
r prices. Call and see ours at our
.-" THE'PROSPECTS ARE that peace will here we always have a good breeze store and get estimates.

dr' I :ight from off the ocean, consequently 3-24 G. W. IDNER & SON.Spanish "
: be declared now soon enough to give Glassware Lamp and "

J ; I7! : us plenty of time to attend to pot we do not begin to suffer as much t N.HIED rrwDQ.UW, All KindsLaattraa of Boat Coods. ;..
II: itics.. from a temperature of 90 or over
'l cJed and Stoves Tinware,Doors,Sash s I d8nnds
as they do elsewhere when the thermometer -

't 1 d J i; TOE FOREST FIRES hove stopped begins to get even up to .' ,',. All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and. Sporting Goods. .

I I now, although not put out by rains; 80". ancy,. J '- Gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Sto es. .
[ Harrison Bros. Ready :Mixed Paints.
I' i ,"the probabilities are there is nothing The facts that those of us who liven X&U Orders Olvva.'Prompt .ft.teeci.Uoa. 1119'1PROFESSIONAL

: left to burn. this sec+fon have the hardest work

""" to the minds of northern PineappleSlips -
t impress on our '

THERE is NOT the hundredth partof and western friends are, that i it CARDS .LEGAL NOTICES. :

the' fruit raised in this ,country gets hotter there than it does here,, and SuckersFor

that should be raised here and not that the days are longer in summer, Do OTICB 0? APPLICATION FOB: FIN1L
i' J .' Rale, of tbe Following Varieties,viz- W I. METCALF, N1
I: the thousandth pait as much as that we always have a good breeze Abbaka, Porto Rico, DISCHARGE. .

+ could'be raised here and raised and that we never suffer as much Smooth Cayenne, ATTORNEY AT. LAW.NOTARY You 'f' Notice is hereby given that Six Months after '

I profitably. from equal temperature as they d o. Egyptian Queen, PUBLIC. this date I shall apply to the.Coumty Judge of
""" Will practice in County, State and Federal KNOW e Dade County Florida for final discharge from
The soldiers down in this state Ripley Queen, Golden Queen,
1 Courts.LAND the administration of the Estate of William H.
LITTLE KING 'ALPHOXSO has l.eeindulging'in n have to drill and perform other duties White Antigue, CASES A SPECIALTY. Parkin,late of Dade County,deceased
Office in TUOPICAL SUN Block, .
one of the pastimes of in the heat and, though not used Pernambuco, West Palm Beach, Dade County, Florida. That the KATE B. PARKIN.Administratrix'.

some of the plain American citizensof to our climate, and coming Into it at I. Enville. .
Early delivery can be made of the West Palm Beach FIan February 24,1898.
this town by having the measles1ut the hottest time of one of the hottest fruit from this flantatlonhayiag been picked GEORGE M. KOBBINS. WAITER GRAHAM.

; ,I' he didn't,have, to go Miami to years known, none have been sa n- last month. Apply to ROBBINS & GRAHAM CO., Eullitablo Lifo

I i catch them. struck and but few overcome in anyway C.C. I MATTHAMS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ,

.I 'r w by the heat, and where theywere :'' Florida Pineapple Company, Will practice in all the courts,i tate and LAND OFFICE AT GACTESVILLE FLAM| y
THE'' MONEY'that'' +r Federal. Special facilities tor examining and .July 1898. i
P has been : jwrit it was in almost every case the 5.21.97 West Palm Beach Fla. perfecting land titles. of Now York Notice 1* hereby given that the foltowia -
t for outfits and in going to, the Klondike fault of the soldier. We have closed our West'Palm Beach officeADy named settler ha filed notice of his intention
business from the Lake Worth section or to make final proof In support his claim, and
;, eo far amounts to a great deal We appreciate the of northern part of Dade Conrty should be referred that said proof will be made before Clerk Circuit
either to our Tltusville or Miami office Wrote.Over Court at Juno,Fla.-on. September ip,'1898,
more than has ever been brought friends for our welfare during hot and will receive proper attention. viz: '
{ from JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President. Tituaville,Brevard County. and Miami,Dade David M. Hutchinson,of West Palm Beach,
'" there, or will be by the end of weather and feel sorry for the sufferings RAYMOND D. KNIGHT, Vice-President. County, Florida. 10-21-97 $ 0 oOOO.OO Fla.,Hd.37.425, for the\v%of SE d Sec., Tp.

this season. and discomforts they are called THOS. P. D>;NIlAM, Cashier. 44 S., R. 4j E
He names the
""" fallowing witnesses to prove his
i upon to endure at such times but JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier. FRAME W. POPE. D. C.CAMPBELL continuousresi4'ence upon and cultivation of

; THE' REPUBLICANS are not doingmuch can assure them that, if they would pOPE & CAMPBELL, New ,Insurance said James land N.viz Parker: of West Palm Leah Fla.,

politically, as Richard Hone of West Palm Beach r la.
yet. Probably spend one summer here with us they ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. During Jas. W. Com. ock. of Vest Palm Beach Ha
i they have recognized the inevitable would find out for fact that this John N.Clark,of Lake Worth Fla.'
a National i Bank of 7-i8
and will not go to the trouble putting section is one in which we neverroast. 8.3-97 111 JACKSONVILLE East Bay Street,, FLORIDA 1897. Register.

up a County ticket this Fall -

only to have it C. HOOD M. D, 1 _
a """ WHYDON'TTHEY? the State of FloridaTRANSACTS E. Has Now Inlie Circuit Court of the Seventh Ju

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. dicial Circuit Dade Florida.
NATIONS better
There are over 8,000,000 tons of Life Insurance in In Chancery. .
attention'to Office and Residence near Royal Poinciana
pay the
05" sugar consumed and '-- A- Hotel PALM BEACH. Elisha N.Dimick
evex-y year --
signs that Uncle Sam is Force ofOver vs. Bill to Foreclose
putting up ont John W. }
4,500,000 tons are made from Dunn and Mortgage.
just,now in several Etta C.Dunn.
'globe or our alert_ police quarters 'of the beets. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. E. W. PUGH, 1'1. D., To John W. Dunn and EttaC.Dunn,Greeting:
may This. country raises so little sugarin It appearing from the affidavit of W. L Met-
some for
tretP l ass. calf, Solicitor for
said Complainant, filed In
proportion to its consumption 950,000,000.00
in of Dlmick's the above
rear Drug std a entitled cause, that you are nonresidents -
that it has Residence West Side of Olive '
to import Doors
over $100- Accounts of Bankers of the State of Florida and that in
,-- South of Clematis Avenue
THAT THE MAN And Hasa his belief,you are residents of Fruit
I or nation that can OOOOa4annuallyandyetmorethis a D < 3-26.9G WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. Ridge
1 shoot the straightest ind quickest enough could be raised barest home, Merchants, Manufacturers Lenawee County,State of Michigan and .that
you are each
over the age of twentyoneyears
'the surest winner every time our and cane sugar at that, if the planters and Individuals solicited.... n B. POTTER, M. D., ,and that there in no one in the State

II'r victories in this war with Spain goes would only do so. SurplusOver upon whom legal service can be made In your

: to prove, and the.lesson it teaches is Fl'irida'itself has sufficient suitable 3-23-93 PALM BEACH. FLA behalf to; it the ia bill therefore of ordered that you do appear -
Capital Snrplns $$190,000
!! obvious and should be of profit to land, if planted out in cane, to 1 on or before the

I; us. more than supply the demand, and J A. PUGH, $48,000,000.Strongest Fifth Day of.September, X. D. 189S.
: I "'" It is further ordered that this order be
there is published >>-
not State
u cane willgrow Issue our own drafts to all the principal DENTIST.
: THE GIVER of the once a week for four successive \\"eekBprior
receipt must. put but what could produces great cities in Great Britain, Holland Crown and Bridge Work a Speel t.r. to said 5th day of September, 1898, In

I t. the stamp on,it to make it a I legal many times more sugar than it is do- Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy Local Anaesthetic Used In Extraction Comp'y the TROPICAL SUN. a newspaper published in

I receipt; now watch and see if the express ingnow.In Spain, Portugal and Germany. Teeth Extracted ol Teeth.Without Pain. Dade County State of Florida.
: and railroad OFFlCE-4th Door from Cor. Clematis Ave. Ordered this 1st day of August. A. D. ]8D8.L. .
.n companies don't spite of these facts it seems that and Olive St. In the World [ S.] AF. QUIMBY,
; 'manage to make the shipper pay the the planters of the South had seen JacksonvilleFlorida S 7-2-9C WEST PALM REACH FLORIDA. Clerk Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
,tax in -27.97 W. METCALF.,
some LO
way, matter what
the law may be. L.T. DANIEL, Any One Contemplating Solicitor for Complainant. 8ItThe


SOME OP OUR GROWERS have been FLA., August i, 1898.
I j 'experimenting with'velvet beans this Weather Report for the week ending July 31, 1898. Barometer corrected I COCOA, INDIAN RIVER .12688D Her Life, Dade County State Bank

: 'I f' Summer 01,& small scale, but with for temperature and elevation. 8 A.M. and 8 observations.. 75th meridian Should Write to the Palm Beach Florida. !
j what time. Comparative temperature' for the and A. THOMASON'D. D. S. ,
rtsulta we have been unable as | years 1896, 1897 1898. .

jet, to learn, except the fact, that, I i i I DIRECTION AND z> : ETED4PF..1:3l3TUFiF.I Office: Corner Clematis Ave and Olive St., Undersi 'ned.COUPON. Authorized p
ty b' ; OI5 Capital $100,000.Paid .
they seem to VELOCITY 11i91'1. I 11897. I 1tl96.y WEST
I grow all right even in =:: < ;; PALM BEACH FLA. "
spite of the dry weather. %> of WIN D nd STATE or I oo IX I y I I All kinds of modern Dentistry known to the Up Capital $15,000.
t '' a r 7 0 ::! .= > ."' ;\to'I i ; ;; .:.;. :' ;; \00 ;; 'profession. Hold crown and bridce-work a .
''''' J r 1 specialty. Teeth extracted without pain.
> >
zo WEA.TnER'I ti .Z >
THIS BEING the t"2 S a.m. I 8 p. m. 'i .:I .. .= ? .:c .x at : .x
mosquito .:: 0.< \\c \\0 and OFFICERS
season, :.I :7-21 Office Hours: o to 12 a. m. i to 4 p. m PEREZ F. HUFF, Manager, :
1 the all () 1 .M:..... ... ...._ ._ E. N. DIMICK
papers over the country ?Ia : .117 E. .o 9 : l41 1 .00ICh III' ___.l Rl President.
I are Iao 16 E ...IH s :... I. 7I15190 7fi183 5I7: 7 5 The Equitable Life of N.
? 14 NE..861 1.3-lICloudy............ Y.
1 telling, about their home breeds oft 3 8o IHS( :....O41E. O81E......2 7 I .UOICloudy..........? n all 79 76 104\'I 71 6JR! 78 91 90 77 77 K4 ,5 7SIR2I ,37 TTfALLACE It. MOSES, U. D, HENDRICKSON, Vice-President..
mosquitoes and 30 1SE. ... 12 SE.05'w;.....,171 .00/Partly Cloudy 53151\ 87 79 83 8H 75 X-IIX5 711178( Jacksonville, Florida. GEO. L. BRANNING, Cashier.
: describing the saws. 5 ao 10 E......0# SE..05 SE ...2\1 /
Partly Cloudy HIHO I 8fi 74 A0tl I 7 69 7818! Successor to A. W. Robert
t ; lances 613015 s...... 121SE...03ISE..I! 771liU s
tubes .10lPllrtly SO'8o 1
and Cloudy 85
1 other instruments 71ao 17 SE ... S..0-1IS..1t! tl .00IClear............... 8X HU 87 176 '8018-1 R7 7-1 n 80154 72 7 e REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, I would like to receive an ex- Branch
..... Office
with which,they are k/m/ 12 S. OGISW..07Io.1l 4 .Wartly (:IOUd 'Sl 5 ORi711131 / at West fi Palm Beach
t equipped. Our ooIS\\ ...OIS..06ISE.{ ..:0, .32lPartlv Cloudy SO 7889 :3 l 81 797376 S Agent for West Palm Beach Town Lots, also ample of your NEW POLICY
mosquitoes, though few in number, 10129 U3ISW.{ "ORIS' .__0-1ISE...2.il ,651CIouby..., ......17917-1 H9 8-1 71,7, 5 8 West Palm Beach Water Works. Office Hours From io a. m. to i p. m. -
1119 .. 11'OtiI1E...271! 7218(1).16 NOTARY PUBLIC. ,
it .2iIPartty 71179I85174I8/
Cloudy181117# 85 adapted to .
seem to be ot a new and improved l1:19315 ......OK S" ...21'ISF..30{ T Partly : Clematis Avenue, near my age.I
13 80 03 BF.....VI SE ...02IS... 85\ 1.00\Cloudy.llOU'JYINIIHI 731HO 8170 7f:185: 76/8f) 5-21-97 West Palm GeneralBankingBusinessTransaciedCollections I>'
7i; 81
,t breed 51 7 77
for : R6
76 8 1
addition to the tools 14 3001'4 :;E... 1: :SE?.1ll1h; ,251 .141 Partly CloudsI1/ Pl2 72176
J5 301Y 'E...-07 58 _l'IYE.-25 1.7U 87 6 72179{ 8fi 751XO was born on the......... promptly remitted on day of
that the old Partly <:10ulYI76 day
kind.have for inflictingn 16 s0121E..11 5E...OHISE...15 .00 Clear...._....,,,183181186 82701./ {18fi 55 751RO R3!74 5 FRANKLIN SHEEN. GEO. O. BUTLER receipt. Drafts bought and'Bold on the principal -
79182{ 78 81
wound ourha\"e.needlt>tread 17 ao HIm..01 SE... 071SE ...H, .lNgClear....,....?... 8:179RG( 7618185/75 80 85h3179 & BUTLER. cities of the United States. 4-29-97
antiseptics 11'4 3014 'E..02E..OGIE..t'I{ ... ... .. SHEEN
:i and'court plaster 19Ian10 .,,:,?. E..IOIS:.:... :>> .00IC.IE-ar..00 ( ledr._? _., .... 751Rt I I IIiI- r._IRO 1i16 H6 i5 ,RR! I fig 7# i ....................................18.........
BO after CIi\\ 13\\ i d. .IRA iris I
.... ...
:0Ix001 E ? ; ? ;; \1-;._ .00 Clear... ........... K3IKI1R8 791S.1 51i5 5:!I S5: SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS.
a .they :n 30\V..oal\11'11'$. ...t .DO I
are through feeding they wash 12I: iO OUI I ....=. ......098L I ... 51 .00 1'a rtly Cloudy K11RU15N/75 >,2 51i 7N' KI55: /76181 1 Office at West Film Beach '
the wound 23130 O:. ... ... Pllrtly Cloudy 782151 HI 7-t 82 IiIfi 77 S2 K.iR R:! Lands sub-divided and Name................... No Room For
out with an a.tiaeptic, slv o5 SE ?.OSIS .ou!Clear...?,......... t5) 7.I5Ix;)174 I 80 86 74 SO legally map fur .................... Pons.
()OSSW..03, ._ 15" nished. Selecting and grading lands, locating
/ 10ISE"10 .O() Clear.. ........ 1'I -
2-113 ? ? I 7,1 8 !>i7 76 h 2 >1;16
it 71) 81
PCW with a silk thread : ) : and timber
up cover it OHIW..01 I 8E..OIolISE ...10 .OO Partly Cloudy 8.: //S2IHj estimating> a ecialt.v. Careful -
4R I
with'ti ": 6plO; OHjRE... 05IS... 06 S1o... 18 .00lCltar.....,.. ...., $4152 $7 77152 H2 57 77 7R 82 1i12! "'6141'40 and correct work guaranteed. AH communications In order that the town may be rid of
? 5ti
airtight; piece of court plaster : { ...U31SE..09 SE.5 T Partly Cloudy HI R2 liS 71 1'42 by mail receive prompt attention. Address.......................... .
75182'iN/ ... the
and know :: ) ...... .:.... SE: ...11 .0(1\Clear. .........._. 84/ 80 761H 87 778{ lS MaiM and Blup.l'rlDt at Lowest Prices. ,crow nuisance, I will pay 20 cents
you never you, have been :: .14E.12 .... 5259/ 84 85/78183 i 7918 PALM BEACH.
X/U/ E. .07 RE. Hi .OOI leal'........ X3 / WEST FLA. 11-7-95. 1021.97 for killed
80 Hlil crow
/8-1 Hi 7HIH:! every within the
: -
10 E..OiEIO ........ .... 7511'42 corporate
NI-.171 ..
1 TICJI'5r.
bitten unless YOQ catch'! them in the R NO1 5.i: Si 15 HI ---
B.ntlh. .11 3/H3Is9/ of
SE .191 / / West Palm
pet. ." .... Cloudy iGIR256 i51R0917i R- Beach, Fla.

.t .".t., .. J. W.pRo: 1 Observer Weather Qreau. 'Subscrtbe fur f r Tie Sun. Try THE SUM for lob Wprk.) Iqly 2,1893. W. WHILLDIN.,


I .



,, ,-. _--- h' -- .--::

i t. TT :i1 Miami on Bay Biscayne, Florida

THE PRIMARY ELECTION LAW.. FURNITURE '. ; .' o Miami" The Most; Southern Kailroad Point in.,

4 Household Sewing Machines,; \ $t..) T;' ., <.,1 ,_ ,; ,-the United States.
The Best Machine Made, Light Runntog'and : ZNoleeless -' .
: .. Accommodations for goo Guests. Hotel Homelike and Comfortable.PROITT'
Read It, Then, Carefully Analyze It. i,-' ::- W. W- Manager.The ,.
----4 .. Sole Agent for the famous'wan -Tronk. Mat.';; 131691 -
tresses made to order. A Com .
r AN.-ACT to regulate> the Holding of Political Primary Elections in the plete line of I 'v
;. State of Florida for the Nomination of Delegates to Political Conventions 'F U "R 'N' I TIT 'R. E T 1
of all descriptions at Rock ,Bottom Prices both 41 i-_ 11 aye errs 'ManagementJacksonville
or of Candidates for any Elective Office Under the Laws of this Wholesale and Retail. Baby Carriages from ?6 t l

State.. J up to f20. Go Carts, Refrigerators,Ice Chests,
.- ..- Etc._--r ; ;: FELIX GARCIA, Prop. @ Fla.

Be it Enacted by the Legislature of the the State of Florida: We have a consignment of Oak Diners and Electric Lights; Electric Bells Eaths, Complete- Service.
committee of Reed Rockers that wjll be sold very low. We
SECTION 1. That whenever the executive or standing
handle the Famous Cleveland and Rambler The Best $2.00 day Hotel in Florida.Take .
any political party of citizens in any county of this State decide to take by BICYCLES. per

primary election, the sense of the members of the said party as to the per car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelcrs.21
Especial attention given to our Mall Orders.We
sons to be made delegates to any convention to be held for the purpose of Gurantee Satisfaction both in goods and i

that party, or to take the sense of the members of the said party as to frices. Call on us,or send in your order to Established 1875.

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 pnrty to the voters of the county, at D. E, COOPER M'f g Co. ONLY ae.oo William* A. Bours & Co.,
an election to be held in said county under the laws of this State, the said 4-21

committee shall give at least twenty days notice in some newspaper pub- .
If are thinking of irrigating' your track farm, Fertilizers.
lished in said county, or by posting in one cr'more public places in each pineapple yon field or orange grove, send me,size of area Grain Garden Seeds .
ward or election precinct or district in the county wherein such primary IRRIGATION I I you wish to cover and information of what you ,

election is proposed to be held, of the place where voters belonging to that want and I will be glad to furnish all information No 6 EAST BAY STREET, -:- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
desired and give estimate of cost. _
party arerrequested to meet for the purpose of acting in relation to the .. .

nomination of delegates or candidates as herein above stated. Such notice CHRISTOPHER, We handle only the Best and most Reliable Seeds. A complete Stock ot

shall also state the day on which such election is to be held and the Machinery and Mill Supplies. Wheat ,Grits
Hay Corn Oats Flour, Bran, ,
hours within which it is to be held, and the names of the inspectors ap- '
pointed to bold such election and receive the votes that may be cast thereat Irrigating I2I"97 Machinery a Specialty. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dark.

and make report and return thereof, and the time when such report and -AT WHOLESALEState --

return shall be made to the committee directing such meeting to be held. '

SEC. 2. That no person can vote or take part in the proceedings of POPE NICLAURIVWHOLESALE/ -ORIDA, Agent sforTygert-AIIen Fertilizer Co.

any primary election,who is not, by the laws of the State, lawful elector, Star Brand Fertilizers-Guaranteed Boue,:Nitrate Soda Muriate Analysis of Potash, Orange,nuipbate tree and Potaso.Vegetable Knit,etc.FerUllur.Theee Pareground Fer-

who has paid b poll tax legally due, not less that ten days before such tilizers have no Superior in the Market,And a trial Tin convince. 10.18-?
Send for Catalogue Free-
primary election is held, and authorized tovote in any legalelection][ in the Fruits and ProduceCommission

ward or precinct for which such primary election is held.

SEC. 3. That the executive or standing committee appointing the in- Merchants.

spectors to hold such primary election may declare the terms and condi. "New Process" Blue Flame Oil l Stoves

tions on which legal electors offering to vote at such election shall be regarded Fancy Grades of ftnttet: and Cheese.

and taken as proper members of the party at whose instance! or in /' '
We Solicit Your Business.
whose interest such primary election has been called or may be held, and StandardLight'gCo'sVaporStovesOUR
We only solicit the business of Merchants and Will Not fill orders from Consumers-thev
therefore entitled to vote at such election as a member, that party. should buy from their home dealers. 101-97;

SEC. 4. That any recognized member of the party in whose interest EAST COAST AGENTS: -

such election \is held challenge the right of offering to vote
may any person J H Niver, Daytona J C Frink, Stuart
at such election, and the inspectors there authorized to bold and holding W P Shryock New Smyrna :M E Gruber, West Palm Beach' .
such election shall determine on the evidence then furnished whether the LITTLE BROS.' Frank T Badge, Titusville M B Lyman, Lantana .
Edward Stung, Cocoa Stranahan & Co, Fort Lauderdale
person so offering is entitled to vote at such election, and shall receive or Geo F Paddison & Co, Eau Gallie. Jordan & Spivey Lemon City ,,
reject such votes so offered as to them the evidence for against the Hodgson Bros. Eau Gallic D R Knight, Lemon City
right of the person so offering to vote shall reasonably warrant. fertilizer 9 PIJosplate QD/nparjy, A Y W Hogg & Co, Fort Pierce Frank T Budge Miami Grove''
Geo E Coon, Jensen W W Culbertsofl, Cocoanut
SEC., 5. That all votes at such primary election shall be by ballot.

The report to the committee so directing puch primary elections by the officers Jacksonville, Florida. The Raymond D. Knight Co. .

holding the same, shall be in writing, with which the original ballot

shall be returned and the poll list of the voters made at the time of the SOLE STATE AGENTS,
If requiring Fertilizers for .
voting and the reasons on which any challenged vote was received or re you Jacksonville Florida.Weishans .
jected. Said committee shall carefully examine the returns and reports so Vegetables, Pineapples, Etc,. write: to .. : I 10-21-97 .

made and thereupon decide who are the persons that have been chosen by us and we can give you, more value .

the plurality Tote can; in the primary election for delegates to the conven- for your money than any other Manufacturer .
tion, and from what ward or precinct, if the meeting were for the appoint S .
Dealer in this State Chas. N.
or or
ment of delegates to such convention, or what person or persons have been ,

elected as candidates of the party, as the case may be, for the office or offices from any other.State. Write for-pamphlets .
tojbe filled, at the approaching election. "
above address. 1112.97
etc to
prices, AGENT FOR-
SEC. 6. That except as herein provided, all elections at primary -

'elections under this act shall be regulated by the election law of the Statein

force at the time such primary election is held, as nearly as the same can Paints
be done. Ocean Steamship Company Longman & Martinez

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

vote at any primary election held hereunder, or vote more than once, or "SAVANNAH LINE." .

personate another person, or in any name other than his own legal nameorin ,_.'\-r... "'. ". ...*:...,- Lime, Brick, Shingles, .,?.'l'''

any manner disturb the orderly proceedings of any such election, or intimate 4 Florida. --": Cement and Coal Tar. .
or en any mannner attempt to intimidate, or deter from voting, or -
bribe, orattempt to bribe any voter or impose, or attempt to imposeon To New York f And-Boston.i.i.

any duly aulherized voter, a ticket or ballot other than it appears on Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaster.

its face to be, such person or persons shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and A. Short Rail Ride; to SavannaH, Thence

on conviction shall be fined not less than ten dollars, or be sentenced to A Short Sea Voyage.Sailing 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. 10- 1-97

hard labor for the county for not more than three months, one or both at from Savannah:,
the discretion of the court trying the case. ,

SEC. 8. That the inspectors who may hold such primary elections 5 Ships Each Week 5
Do You Want
under this act, and return the votes, proceedings, and action thereof here- : ?

in provided, shall before assuming the dutiee.inake oath before some officer All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. Write for gen. We have them to Sell,and if we STEAMBOAT

authorized to administer an oath, that they will honestly, and faithfully, eral information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on none what on baud you to want.suit,we can buildJust .

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.,

offices, and any wilful violation of said oath, or of any other oath taken Savannah, Ga Jacksonville Fla. 3-10 We are also PreparedTo

under the provisions of this act. shall he held to be perjury, and shall be Furnish_..__= -.......'.
punished as provided by the laws of the State for the crime of perjury.The ,

sheriffjs required to see that good order is preserved at. -such meetings Florida East Coast Ry Pumping Outfits for Irrigation. .

and may arrest and present for commitment to the nearest officer
clothed with the of TIME TABLE NO. 15, IN EFFECT MAY 16, 1898.
Justice of the Peace
power a any ,and all persous who Write

may be guilty of any violation the provisions this act, BOOTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up). Oar Line that you need.
_SEC. 9. That the inspectors holding such primary election under the Mo Si No 86 ''NoB:)

provisions of this act may of their own motion, or in any case of the challenge u y Daily1085ft STATIONS. Dajv'Da''ExSu y

.of offering to vutp if deem '800p410p LIT............ ........... Jacksonville ...........................Ar 645p Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co.
there is 1055a945a
any person they any doubt of the 1080a Ar.............................St.Augustine............................Lv 5 Sop ,
propriety,under the of this '15p L..s,. ..........................
of the
provisions act vote so offered, require of 4&3p6S5p 11 lOa ** ..............................Hastings.Anjrustine................................Ar.Lv 1\453p\Sip 940a9U5a
the person so offering to,vote' his oath to the fact, which authorized the II11 i Ar........ ...................... alatka............. .. .... .... .TLv 4 lOp Ala JACKSONVILLE FLA.
._< vote, and if the person so offering to vote declines to make the oath so demanded Tfiop820p "........................San Mateo...... ..................... Cv jHOa1245p:::::
his vote shall be rejected.SEC. T20aLTIT8ZSLT.............................SanMateo...............................Ar. 68.11 2Qp> 21.U-11 PBOPBIETOH, Marine Railways.
no? ............................East Palatka..r;; Jacksonville
10. That the executive or standing committee of the political 'au, lOOp ..............................Orraond............................... 3 oap 8l5a 714a
6 Sip Hip122p .............................Daytona.............:................ 252p: 702a
party calling such primary elections is hereby authorized to regulate theamount' 702p725p ............................Port Orange............... ....... .. II 241p 6E2a683a
ISSp ...........................NewSmyrna........................... II
to be'paid the inspectors and clerks of such election, and to provide ...... SiUp w ..............................Oak Hill. ............................ 220p 144p ....;..
funds for ...... 802p ..............................Titus villa............................. l'4p ......
graying expenses of conducting such elections by assessing ..:... SSSp .............................City Point............................ 123Jp ..... The Southern Fuel & Co.WHOI.ES.U.E
the various candidates for nomination at such ...... 8 43p ...............................Cocoa.............................. II 12p: ...... Supply
primary election. All ballots ...... 8l7p418p M ............................Rockledge............................. 1218p ...... .
shall be uniform in all respects, and only such ballots furnishedby ...... ............................Eau Gallie............................ II 1145a ......
as are ...... <42Sp512p< .II. .............................Melbourne............................. U35a1050a .......
the committee shall be used at any primary election. ....... .............................Sebastian.............................. .. ...... DEALERS
...... 6 Dip II ..............................St. Lucia.............................. 957395Ma ...... AND RETAIL IN
SEC. 11. That.in the appointment of inspectors and clerks of such ...... 620p049p ............................Fort Pierce............................ II .......
...... .............................._Eden.. .. .. ..... .......... 911a ......
primary election, the committee making such appointments shall, so far aspossible ...... 6Mp705p ...............................Jensen.............................. II 9 Ma ...... Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime -:-
select ...... ".. ...............................Stuart............................. II 855a821a ...... ,
qualified voters from a list of names agreed upon by a ma- ....... 788p .. ............................Hobe Sound............................ ......
,ority of the candidates before such ...... 752p ...........................West Jupiter ........................ .. ......
primary election. Provided,such agreed ...... 830p ..._....................WeatPalmEeach......................... ...... -:- Cement and Shingles and Laths.
list is filed with the committee.SEC. ...... 900p1022p ..r...........................Linton....,..,........................ ...
...... lI"p II ................,.........Fort Landerdale... .. .. .. 807a...".....
12. That the executive 0?standing committee when they are petitioned ...... II ...........................Lemon City.......................... I .......
by a majority of the qualified electors of the same party the committee ...... 10 sop Ar.................., .....Miami.......... ................Lv
belongs to, shall call and cause to be held aprimary election as provided BETWEEN NEW SMYRNA AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION. 4fc VITBIFIEO PAVING SIDEWALK BBICKa
for in this act and should the committee refuse to call or hold such flo. 8 No.1 STATIONS. No. l: N-: << +
primary elections as petitioned for they shall be guilty of a misdemeanor -:YY5to101oa L...........................:.New Smyrna.. .........,............,.Ar -125p 635p
II ........... ............ ..
1188 .
l conviction 809p820p Lake Helen. ................ .........Lv 12
un: upon be punished by imprisonment in"the county jail not 12 02p II ....................... ... .Orange City.?..ii....................... .. 40p fo.p
ItM than thirty ((30)) days, or more than ninety ((90)) days. .8 _mOpAr........... ... .. ...Orange City Junction..;................. .1225p 1229p, :.I 351 Office 408 West Bay Street,
".+ SEC. 13 That all laws and parts of laws in conflict with the provis- All train between New Smyrna and Orange City Junction Daily except Sunda-y.

ions Approved of this! act June be and 111897.the same are hereby repealed. KEY WEST AND HAVANA. ,Jacksonville, Florida.

', :- The lteamahll>>Qty of Key West of the Florida East Coast Steamship Company leaves:
r Miami for Key Weat on Monday.Wednesdays and Fridays after arrival ot train from Jack-
ij tonviU,In connections at Key West with steamer for Havana. Ltave Key West 2-33:
j New house best .p.m. (standard time)on Tuesdays.Thursdays and Saturdays arriving:Miami next :
AT 171)IOnn) ; accommodations on the b time to connect with north bound train. morning Indian River Nurseries.Budded
All mil III HII TEL I East Coast; table first-class, and every I .
M TheM Time Tables
1 show the times'lt which trains and boats may be expected to arrive and
convenience and comfort hot and depart from the several stations and ,
cold but
; ports their arrival
or departure at the
hated Sa not guaranteed does the times Citrus Trees of every variety ou Sour Orange and Lemon Stock; also fall
baths nor Company itself
; improvements in center of the famous responsible for delay
; pineapple section; closeto loasequences arising therefrom. any or any line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this section, including -
the Inlet fish and in abundance. l'oreoP1 of local time card call at 238 West ,
; oysters Bay Street Jacksonville or addres Budded Mangoes, 50 Varieties of Crotous, 25 Varieties of
J.P.BECK: WITH.Trafflo Manager. St.- Anpustin. J.u. KAHNEB, A.O.P. A. Palms, Roses, Strawberry Plants, Pineapple Slips Etc.
Terms Moderate.J. .
JOHN_ B. BEACH, Proprietor, ,.:- WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
L. JENSEN, Proprietor '. '

j/**.-ga"";. Don't. fall. to stop. at'Jensen, !I.whenlyislting JENSEN the BBEVARD Indian River,COUNTY FLORIDA.12.16-97 I 3Qzs ri s for q:4 Sun, o PATRONIZE THE SUN JOB OFFICE h


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r."" i ,:). :,QLgt',,f'i tDp af-c utt. -rt' -JEWELJA aihroad Clocks Watches and JetUeltty, l9 TEL The'-Palms; I.Bfilli.r1n ; 1 f

11'- EVERYTHING UP TO DAT .-, f-.. Now Open For,Winter Travel.: .

f.!., WEST" PALM BEACH, FLOBIDA.GUYI.METCALF P''y., Fine Nickle"Movement in Screw Bezel, Dust-ProoJ Case- All Modem Improvements, Electric :.:::
sent to any address on receipt of 5.00. t
: Bells, Baths, Etc Goods House .

I I Spectacles and 6 f eglasses.Fine $2.00 TO $3.00 ,PER D Y. Popular Dry :.

l, EDITOR AND MANAGER r Watch and Jewelry Repairing Promptly Attended to. Address Florida
Jacksonville )
", j Charges paid one way.,. R. J. RILES) "THE PALMS ,

I" i ,-? 325 W. Bay. 16-96 West Palm,Beach, Florida.E.H.DIMICK i The Leading Dry Goods

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'If -ii SCHOOL BOARD. :, i In- the state.
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", "'f --- .,....,.., Proprietor:
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; / """.,;.. Regular fleeting of the County I MUSIC I
: I ):!' !)J Stock The Newest Styles,
: For the Month of August. : Palm T h3 'Largest ,
2m TyjiD1"
I ) ; ,
"' Lowest Prices.
,- : j Hath Charms! at the ,
1 WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.,\ I: free of charge.
I. To all whom request we will .
Beach ;
: AMONG OUR OHUROHES.F. Aug. 2, 1898. ', : ; Charges on all
... of the School Board ,: WE PREPAY Express t.
F. meeting ,
Regular orders to the-amount of 5.00 or over,
r Time and Place of ,Services, Special held'ti.day. Present. J. W. Jackson :, 'F'D'rug when money accompanies the.order.

]' Notices, Week-Day and Sunday Chairman, J. W.. Comstock W. L. Wid- :: These Prices Have a Joyous .- Order Department
6 LI'f t Merritt Min. The Best Equipped Mail! :
'Meetings. meyer, and Z. T. Supt. : fold
.i i f ;. Z'lQr ''t I '" S. ales of last meeting read and approved.I. Ring. We've almost '. : ,, -Store. Write for Samples and Try it.Your Money Back if Goods Are Not as We Say I f

!} ,f >J 'Eplssopal 581'1Iiees.r The Superintendent presented the following :. out our .' : r', ---Respectfully-

i .r'' i :'. EPISCaraLCRUYCH-Bethesdaby-he-Sea REV.J.N. MCIFORD,Rector.. "I visited report Union: according to your MusicalInstruments.. i ,: -DEALERS IN--:- COHEN BROTHERS' I I

\: a REV.L. I'ITZ-JAMES HUhRY,Ass't Minister. instructions and found a colored settle- .
I Service every Sunday morning at n o'clock.
ment numbering 35 people of which 15 :
;: Sunday School at m.,
3 p. .
:' between the. of 6 and 21. The Toilet Articles POPULRDRGO'ODSHO1jSE :
The church will remain open during the ages Drugs, # ,
I .Summer parents of these fifteen own the land .
:, ; 7 .*-Yf.i ;, which reside and Jacksonville Florida.
they respectfully ,
( BaoraKRHOOD: OF ST. ANDREw-Meets on upon Here's the Finishing t io- 8-9T
i II the Second: and Fourth Wednesday of each letitiou' your Honorable Body to send Fine Stationery and ;
month.: L.F.HINDKY,Director. them; a teacher for this school year and Touches : 'IBRELSFORD

1 'ly.F.AiuiSTaoxG JR., Secretary. they will furnish 'a house without cost >
f I ''. A $6.60 Maple Guitar Sundries.
''' to the Board. I also submit a map of Druggist BROS"

t f!. E. Church Sooth. the Snake Creek district, showing 13 pu finely finished, ,

Services! will! be held in the Knights of Pyth- pils. The patrons ask that you will : Prescriptions Carefully CompoundedEast -
j f' laS Iall.on the First,'Third and Fourth Sundays send them Miss Otwell to teach their For $4-75- Coast Business Solicited. Real Estate and Insurance:

,; I of each month at n a.m.and 7:30 p. m. Every children. They to furnish a house free ::; WEST PALM BEACH, 6.10.96.WhkMes .
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one cordlilly invited to.attend. "I
was glad
:j wtigi raid unto let into .of charge to the Board. They ask that Florida.
n'ttey me; us go the house Palm Beach
; of the f.ctcl.J. Jlzv;J.K.WALKER,Pastor. : you appoint Mr.Bull, Supervisor, and I A Nice Cheaper Gui- ,

-- ... would recommend that the appointmentbe : tar for Notary FtxbligCottages to Rettt _

; Evening-,Staii Lodge,, Ho. 46, made. MarketIs 61.97 Post-Office Building, North ,oflolncianaloteL ,
{ The people of Biscayne school districtare : $3.00former ? '-
J nl.ghtsot: Pythias
in need of a house; that being a per s t
Meets every Friday Night at 7OOP.: m.standard : Prepared to Supplyyou
1 {me. Visiting brothers cordially,invited. manent settlement and the only hoDs price, $5.00., ..
t .b Castle Hall over Public School Building. to be had is too small to accommodate ., with-
J.A. PuGH,C.C. all the pupils. They failed to furnish
/ W.L.WlDMBYER,K.Of R.& S. 2-4-97 me with the necessary report of their : A Good Violin for : Good Meats at Living Prices. GLiEtf G. ST110fif'IiI. ,

meeting which of course will preventany ; $475former : qt1'ss 1)01'A
I Announcements of Candidates. action being taken at this meeting." t 1 -: DEALER IN ..

1 Under.this head'the cards of candidates,will Respectfully Z. T. submitted MfiRRirr, Supt. : ,' price, $6.60.Trimmings : .: 'Be f, oult1'Y1nd Staple and Fancy Groceries f

be pnbltsbedatthe uniform rate of$5.00 from ,
On motion, the Board decided to senda ,
the time] (Insertion up to the time of holding ggs.
'i ; teacher to the colored people at Lin
the Democratic Primaries on Sept.27th next. .., and'all Pood'
ton, Superintendent instructed to em- Grain Supplies.
and Strings Native Meats a specialty.Your "
For Representative. ploy a teacher.On .

.B3l hereby.announce myself as a candidate motion, the Board decided to es- We carry a Complete Line of Patronage Solicited. "

< for Representative to the Legisla- tabliii' a school at Snake Creek, Mr. Strings and Trimming for Market on Banyan Street ". 'COTJIETTIR/Y'. PRODUCE
="l i 1iOmD d'< Bull appointed as Supervisor and Supt. Guitar Mandolin and ." "
County, subject Banjo, Always Fresh, Kept in Stock.
the action of the Democratic: primaries.WM ordered to employ 'Miss Otwell as : Autoharp. 1M2 WEST PALM BEACH. ,

,. ,, I. METCATJ,.. teacher. Your Patronage Solicited.. -
Superintendent ordered to confer with .

?, *'-1 For'" Tax Collector. the Biscayne patrons in regard to a .: Harmonicas. Clematis Avenue 4.14 West palm Reach, fla.

i The friends of Henry Anthony hereby house in this district. '
Hohner's-the Beet 25c Harp
i announce him as a candidate for the Supervisor ,Garnett ordered to get : in the World.

,. I f office of,:Tax Collector, subject to the lumber for closets at Hypoluxo. : Lud"i -a Fine 15c Article. Supply Store-- ...t
J'I action. of the Democratic primary. The Board, on motion, decided that l
I .'" the bill of-THE TROPICAL SUN for West Beach Florida
publishing ::- Palm ,

I CJ: : or.u.CoUector. the F.inanctaf Report be rejected We carry a Nice Assortment of J. D. MA THIS, ProprIetor THE EARMAN ;HOUSE
I hereby announce myself as 'a candidate as the editor had been notified that

; I for the office of Tar Collector, subject the other'papers agreed to publish same Stationery. (Successor Brannlofi Bakery and Grocery Co)

10 to the action of the Democratic pri free of charge, as a part of the minutes; My Motto-"Quick Sales and Small Profits. Is now open for Winter Travel.

'I mary. J No. p. MCK'ENNA.For the,same course will be persued in the Goods and -
Bakery :Best of Aceornrn.od.ationjs.
I i Tax Assessor. future.Mr. ANTHONY BROS -
Family Groceries Table: Best the Market Affords.
Sam'l Happersett is appointed ,
1 :i 4I hereby announce.myself as a candidate -23a.Uis it* Connection.- ,
? :
; Supervisor of West Palm Beach school, .....My Specialty.Goods {
'i for nomination of County Tax No. 13, to succeed D. R. Ingetsoll.The :. Merchants, Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot. *

,,.,Assessor subject to the action of theDemocratic delivered free to any partof
following warrants were issued to.
': primaries.M.f day for general) expenses : : West Palm Beach, Florida. the City or across the Lake. Address -MES. gi E BARMAN\ '

1 '! y ..--, GRUBER.. I. W. Jackson mileage and 00 L All Orders Given Prompt Attention. l .
J J. W.Comstock, per 260 .!...'x. '1'1' .\".\. ,1.Ity, Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest 114-97 WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
For Treasurer. \V L.WI linear. R40
for .
prices paid country produce.Buy ,
Noah Hall grading school lot So. 13, 100
I i !fJj intake thfe method of announcing myVel Z.T. Merritt. ,salary. July ................... 50 00 of me and I will save! you money. 6-1-97 ,
Pineapple Slips and Suckers For Sale,
c as acandidate for the office of TreasWer Henry urdon radiu-di..1 Lake Worth Ice Works

of Dade.CountYi' ; subject to the acI. Jl. planting.Y;urborough.:tasty,pulley lot 13.and......repairing..............' 6 87 Of the following varieties: Smooth .. -

iron of the Democratic primary. pump, Xo 14........... ................. .? 1 00 Cayenne, Enville City, Abbakas and

E. H. DIMICK. J. w.and Cotnstock superintending, bucket worklot, Lump leathers 13..... 6 35 Red Spanish, grown from young plants City Meat Market Retailers Manufacturers and ,

0. W. Wej'brecht, rnntraet work and and without cover. For prices: call on -'ShippersOf .. .. .
materials .... rI \ '
connecting city water 1-l10 .
} PUf AtfD PRCTs. W t't>t Palm death water works lor labor oraddress C. A. ROBINSON,
making connection with water main 1SC GEO. S. ADAMS, ProP'r.FRESH .
Eden Indian Fla.
6-23-81 River,

Witty Sayings Business'Interspersed Bargains.It's With Lainhart ored ber for-hool.&foundation 1'otttr. No.lime 14 W.".brick..P......Reach..and.. ....lum.col-.....13 64 I Ice<; aid Distilled: Uater.f ::4:;

-- The Tropical SUE pub teacher's examination No need to send away from home for FLORIDA MEATS, .

i a dependable coffee; you are always County notice Superintendent and annual;....report............of. 12 00 any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose canbuild
sure that it is good; and better; Board adjourned. you one as fine or as cheap as you ARMOUR'S STAR HAMS, R. A. '
:I than any other; "Burkhardt's Blend." want. See him, and pa-v your order. f MCPHERRJN, Prop. ..
i 35 cents per pound. BACON AND BOLGNA. t

Watch and jewelry repair ng by first :++..................N1+: ASTER'S SALE. Factory at WEST PALM BEACH.A .

,\ *clas workmen, 'and guaranteed, at 1: .

I ::1 Idner Son's. i BOSTON STORE i In pursuance of a final decree of foreclosure POULTRY, BUTTER AND EGGS.

I Plankin ton-I understand that you had togo rendered by the lIon. R. M.Call,acting Judge
1 to law about that property that wan left ol the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida,in Saucer Is of more value than Barrels of Cure. It

I I you.Bloo Have it field you-You smart bet I lawjer have? lie owns the ; MRS. J. FRANK, Prop. i and for Dade County,in Chancery Sitting at {flail Ordersfxorn any Responsible is wise and prudent to keep in the house apackngeof .
property.now.-Boston Traveler. oa Chambers on the 3rd! day of August A.D Full OfPrevention .
I .vvv..vvvVYVvvvvv 1898, in the Chancery cause 'therein pending. Panties in the County feeieve
I .Boat building done right at home, in wherein Frank W. Hall is complainant and Attention. Gbloride ,of Gime.
the most approved manner, good workmanship i i Josiah Sherman and E. II. Sherman are de Prompt 6-9
and at living prices. Call on JIrs. Frank will be fendants. The undersigned Special Master in It ia: sure to save a Doctor's Bill, not to say a word about

; I Capt.A. T.--Rose. i here in a day or two i Chancery,on the the anxiety and the pain attendingan aching head and fever- .
First Monday in September, A. D. 1898 stricken body. It will prevent the spread of contagious dfs-- 1
i Call at the Clematis Geo. S. Hacker & Sons
Store and 'see their enlarged Avenue stock Supply and : and open up an ... : being the 5th day thereof, will sell at public eases, remove'offensive effluvia, from whatever cause arising. :
i improved facilities.. auction for cash in hand to the highest and TO PURIFY SICK CHAflBERS
.VyVYvvvvvvvv..vYVYvv i best bidder m front of the Court House door MIX one-quarter pound Chloride of Lime with half a gallonof

I i jou'\egotorin Midnight Burglar-Fork out everv larthing in said County of Dade, and In the town of water and place around the room in saucers, or any shallow l .
\ f Jones (half awa- ;;e-Look here Maria | Immense Stock : Juno,within Lheleal!: hours of sale,the mort.JFntl1 dish. r 't ;
this is coming It too strong. Didn't I give premises mentioned In the bill of complaint to .
r I 0 IT IS A keep a saucer full in the sit eping rooms, sick #
J'ouaUlbadwt.enJ'aneLonlt'Jully. In thin and in said
cause decree
I o -OF- : par GOOD IDEA or not. It will kill the flouting'8founrl $ -
:I ..Abut;: forget J.,.F., OUYBR'S whenou.want li'ularly.,,t: described,and directed to be sold, to looking for a job and sure to purify the germs air you breathe. ForDeodorizing ; j

., 'f Fancy Groceries. I 'Being situate and in the County of Dade and and Purifying Cellars and Cesspools, Drains, t

Impassioned, Lover-Tell me, my angel i tNEW. I State of Florida, and described as follows: etc., see printed label on the tins, and use as directed: The
what ,to like do toJPrtove my love. Oh, that/ Beginning at the west shore of Lake Worth, cost is trifling-%pound metallic tins, 15 cents.
come knight of old, battle for assaw.
saner you at a point two hundred and twelve( feet
for die lor (212))
Swrtt; Girl 1 wish you would I give up : GO0OS i north from the south line of Section twenty- s... __ L. W. Burkhardt, O
smoking. 0 eight ((28)).In Township forty-two ("21 South, "
Lover-Oh, Finest
come now that's Groceries.
of Range forty.three13) East thence
asking too much.-XeW York Weekly. v.v..vvrv.vvvvvvwvvvv ; west -
i 0o along the north line of five acres heretoforesold MANUFACTURERS, OF
i Everything at the, Clematis Avenue Watch for her arrival. i to Abbie E.Hazeltine. ten hundred and '* M.r .
1 i Supply Store guaranteed as represented ,t thirty (1030) feet,more or less, to the quar- Doors, Sash,

t t or money.refunded. 41+........*.............$ ter section line now used and known as tbe Blinds
I County Uoad thence north along the MouldingsAND
Mrs. Petter-Did ; quar- NEW SEMINOLE HOTELOnly
you see that? Dijon I
t .wwd that rocking; coalr and was auto it be- ter section line a distance sufficient to make
,1 \ o for n his h weddinghad a,chance to reach it. And To all his patrons and parties needingany twenty i20)acres, to wit-about eight hundred -
I too. ,
t f Mr Tetter-Thar Just. it. There where first class dental work done, Dr. T.L. (SOO) feet, more or less; thence east, Building ,Material,
.t Dixon 1*'smart., Nobody will suspect that he Daniel the well known dental surgeon parallel with the first line to the waters of Brick,Hotel in Town. .
1*on his Wfddinx tour, don't yu we? And Indian River wishes the announce Lake Worth; thence southerly along the Waters CHARLESTON, S, C.
a beajdee he gets the cbuir.Ottou Tran ment made that he will be at West Palm of Lake Worth eight hundred(SOO) feet, WEST PALM BEACI3 FDA.
Beach on or about the 25th of July, and more or less,to the saul beginning point at gLargest Factory South. "
Spectacles properly fitted to all kinds Hill be the north-east corner of AbbieE. Ilaieltiae's
here two or three weeks. Send for Prices. IIas recently been completed, built in the most substantial -
d eyes by a practical optician at Idner land,the land hereby conveyed being twenty IINOLE 3
a & Son's. WHEN in (20)acres off said lot four ((4)), Section twenty- manner and elegantly furnished; situated. ;:
J Jacksonville: be sure and visit eight((28),Township ,of on high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding unobstructed <
She-'Two souls with btta single thoujCbt"i your Old Friend, who will ) forty-two (42) South magnificent,
i ,relera not to the couples, before marri.ige, does it with Bargains in surpriseyou Range forty-three (43) East,' lying north of BARBER SHOP, view each way, and guests enjoy perpetual breezes fran all directions. ; -
said fire(5) acres belonging to'Abbie E Ha- CITY
that He-Not they have always.made They took of often themselves both think after Dry) Goods, Clothins: and zeltine,with all riparian rights. First Door South of the Post Office. Cuisine and Service. Strictly First-Class.

marriage.-Yonkeni Statt- ulan.g Gen ts' Put uhhings..... .. ALLEN E. HETSEU Rates: $2 ,
Jay( and
? W. METCALF.. Easiest Chairs and Best per up. Special Rates by the Week or Month.1i4)7 .
D. SINGER Special Master.
The best line of vegetables in to.wn at II Bridge Street,Near Bay Manager Solicitor for Complainant, Equipped Shop id Town.6tf .
'illhe Clematis: Avenue_ Supply Store, n."W GEORGE ZAPF Manager.L
JACSgjTVJIIE, FWRJDA. Mi. 4Ui, 1fcP8. UILQ COOPER,Prop'r ) .