The Tropical sun
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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: June 9, 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: UF00075915:00255
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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PERSONAL PICKINGS.. II. Fee and Addison S. Fee, of Melbourne HERE AND THERE.. CORRESPONDENCE. be seen for miles either up and down the TOWN TOPICS.

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People as They Come and Oo-People Scraps of News About This and That Interesting Items Gathered by Our Local Happenings From Our Note
Cain of in
M. town
P. Juno, was yesterday H. Cox is building an addition to
You May or May Not Know. and Different. Things. Scribes Throughout the County. Book and From Other Sources.
on a business trip. his house this week others will build in
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Rev. and Mrs. J. N. llnlford left Tues- C. E. Chase and son were up Irom J. D. Mathis'has improved his store '!%.. MAXGOXIA !MUTTERIXGS.< the near future which will be duly The proficency that our local guardsare

day morning for Troy N. Y. for the Boynton yesterday on a flying" business bv a coat of paint. J. B. Noke being,the chronicled. attaining in the intricacies of foot

summer. trip. i *: artist. V *# a. H. Sanders left Sunday for Jupiter The rain Sunday stopped the disastrous and gun drill is much to their credit and

M. B. Lyman and Geo. R. Lyman were W. Heim has purchased. a tract of Tuesday was the day and Miami the where he goes to build a residence* forHarry fires in the pine woods near here. that of their officers.As .

in town Monday, leaving Lantana to its i West Side'land on the;.Lake front opposite place for the holding of the teachers examinations DuBois. The fires failed to reach here, so little
the material arrives the
fate for the : Bethesda-by-the-Sea from E. E. fob Dade County. damage resulted. soon as
day. Geer. After trying to get ont for a day or so, work of building the Episcopal chapel

Mr. Carroll, one of Hypoluxo's pioneer Delinquent tax sale was held at Juno the 'JEmily B."left Tuesday for Miami> The N. S. Boynton gardens are being at the corner of Evernia and Poinsetta

Miss Annie Bellows who has where Capt. U. D. Hendrickson is wait- cleaned up and placed in condition for streets will be started.
truckers, was in town on a shopping trip been Mouday, most all delinquent property ?

:Monday of this week.J. teaching school at Hardeeville on Indian being bought in by the State. lUg'. .er. the summer. Velvet beans, bananas

River is a guest at the Anthony } turtle and other foliage plants are being planted The Town Marshal has the jail birds
Turtle t steak and turtle
M. Harper of Hypolnxo one of the home. A heavy business in pineapple ship. ,soup and cared for under the guidance of out working on the public park and
best known truck raisers of this sectionwas egg omelet are greatly in evidence
ments is reported by the Indian River, Manager H. B. Murray. streets this we k removing some of the
in town Monday a business ttip. Mrs. Jos. McDonald left this morningfor and Lake Worth steamer line thisseas about now, and taste very good to the flourishing crop of weeks that adorn

Mrs. H. H. Wilkinson and daughter i Prince Edward Island, Canada on a on. most of us. Shipping is about over for the season the highways and byways.

:Miss Harriet Wilkinson, are guests at visit to friends and relatives for the 0 ,P. Bingham's launch Cuyahogaand and has done very well as there have qt

Summer.At The Board of County Commissioners : been shipped 13,000 crates of tomatoes Work on the construction of the M
the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dimick. cat boat "Idler" were hauled out
last SabbathRev. gave their attention in session this weekto on the point last Friday and housed for besides a quantity of other track off of E. Church was resumed this week andis 1"-

John W. Mullikin is up from his New Bethesda-by-the-Sea the revision of the registration of the Summer. 35 acres under cultivation, or nearly 400' progressing rapidly. It will be but a
N. Mulford christening
River farm for a few days. His friends J. performed\he* the various precincts in the County. crates for every acre worked and they few weeks before the congregation will
rite for the child of Mr. and Mrs.
Capt. E. N. Dimick's launch was will close to a dollar a crate be able to enjoy services in their own
here are glad to see his familiar face Richard Hone. The schooner "Emily B.," Capt. U. D. upon average .
again. ; Gale & Co's. ways last week to havea net. edifice.
Hendrickson's well known coasting craft
P. McKenna makes : little work done on it, but is again. in
Capt. a splendiddrill out of Lake Inlet Tuesday '
Miss Willie Otwell, of Indian River; went Worth the water and Funk Bros. have demonstrated to the S. H. Happersett and family are now
officer and the of the Home hav- away
is enjoying a delightful visit this sum. boys morning on a trip.to Jacksonville, truckers that tobacco ,can be .successfully occupying the Ingersoll residence on

mer at the home of her brother Mr. Guard all seem to like ..him as "a com- ing just came up from,.Miami Mrs. John Houston and daughter grown here under proper treatment the corner 6f Olive and Evernia streets.

Ollie Otwell.M. manding, officer. Letters received from New York show Laura, of Eau Gallie came down last as they have one;half an acre of fine to- The house and fence are being repainted

Mr. and Mrs Me F. Porter, of Day- that pineapples sold through the I. R. week and are visiting at Geo. W. Sear's bacco, both Sumatra and Cuban which and the premises improved and

E. Spencer, Mrs. V. O. Spencerand tona, former residents of Lake Worth & L. W. P. G. Association last week, and C. C. Houston's/ V those up in tobacco culture .pronounceto adorned generally."Major"Cooperhas.

Miss Stella Tindall were down in are aboard their pleasure yacht, the brought'from 50 cents to one- dollar be the best that could be grown.

the steamer, Night Hawk" from Lake sloop "Gull," cruising down the Lake more per crate than those.. sold in om- Misses Susan and Rose Sanders left They have experimented on all kinds of ,moved" into the

Worth Monday. enroute to Key West. They reachedthe petition. Monday' for Miami, the latter to attend fertilizers, and Frank thinks they are barber shop next door south of the post

Mrs. John Houston and Lake Monday. I the teachers' examination the former dead onto it.-Hope so. office and has opened up shop for busi-
daughter, Twenty of Uncle Sam's marines 'were ness. He has a good equipment and
only-going along as chaperone
Miss Laura Houston of Eau Gallic have .
' George Gault one of the gamblerswho passengers on. Monday's northboundtrain The people here turned out and dug a contemplates adding a considerable to

been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. received a sentence at the, hands of from Miany. These young men Frank Cortrignt t has.bought the horse channel, through ,the .marsh.bordering the furnishings of his shop.

S. Adams for severaI'days.. Mayor Grnber Monday 'morning, escaped came from Key West where they were and lot adjoining C. C. Houston's on the our lake so that a boat can go out or in

from the town jail Monday night stationed at the time of t expiration South fro'n Geo. A Gale and fce and any time. The "Three Fri\+ends" has Two new church edifices besides the
County Commissioners 13.- L. White
were by breaking a hole through the floor of of their term of enlistment his wife moved in Wetlr.cs ly. been purchased and put out there so six: attractive residences and eight
and W. J. Shone from the
up his cell in some manner. He has not .. that it is real convenient to fish now andit stores built and beiug boilt by Mr
Biscayne Country Monday attending On Tuesday of last Week, as we note
yet been recaptured.Dr. Postmaster J. C. Stowers, of West is fine sailing there too., Messrs. Whilldin is not a bad record. for a townof
regular monthly session ot the Board at by the Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Miss ,
Palm Beach has his launch up here on Pierce Funk and Chase caughta this size during a summer of financial
Vesta Wilson, daughter of L. A. Wilson Murry ,
Juno.W. F. H. Houghton, the well known of this place, graduated at the Com-. the ways for a thorough overhauling, string of bass that tipped the scales at depression. West Palm Beach has the

Metcalf dentist of Daytona, whose skillful workis which same it is evidently getting.T. of life in anything but a dormantstate.
I. Esq.. was a .passengeron mencement exercises at Kissimmee.At 75 pounds recently the result of a few germs
known to people of this section will
the trip of the 'steamer Della hours .
up time her sister fishing.
Tuesday bound for Eau Gallie where he soon be at West Palm Beach with the the same younger M. Ringgold who was reportedlast : -
Miss Ferna Willson vas awarded the The of Pythias of this town
most complete dental office ever seen in week as having disappeared has
is engaged in several law cases to be Gold Medal for excellence in UNION LOCALS.
tried there this week. this part of the State. The date of his been heard from. He visiting with .... are actively engaged in their Order

coming here will be duly announced mathamatics_ in the u High__ _School__... of. Kis- relatives up at his old Maryland home. S. G. 1x11 Oft._"od 1.,.as on to Boca work. Their, growth is steady _and
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simmee. Naturally :Mr. Willson is very material is being added
the columns of THE SUN. :good
Capt. Dimick andT. T. Reese have through I Ratone to work for Capt. Rickards.
happy over the success of these bright The air down along the Lake is full of : to their membership roll. Postmaster
not been heard to complain of the heat
Mrs. Geo. L. Branning has a most young ladies in their school work. butterflies all headed north. They look Rickards of Boca i C. A. Woodruff of Juno, was proven in
since they got back from their memora- Capt. T. M. ; Ratone
West. creditable collection of roses in her yard. j just like the ones that are noticed every business last the armorial Rank of Esquire last Pri-
ble cruise to Key Their report of of Dade was in town on one day
choicest varieties F. J. West, one County's recent South. : and this week he will probably
of the fall
in Many are rep- going Possibly they are a day night
affairs\ the Island City is very inter weeK.
and of her most
resented in her rose garden and the settlers one progressive new kind of migratory critter., become a full fledged Knight.
esting to hear related.
growth they have put on shows that theyare men, as well, has just finished Minnie Lyman and Ina Blackmer are

Pierre Branning's many friends are in a most thriving condition. Theyare putting in a complete irrigating plant on Will. Poland wife and child arrivedup at Miami this week, visiting friends and :Marshall P. C. Jones made a raid Saturday *

partly shaded and show no signs of his place furnished by J. G. Christopherone from Miami on a visit to Geo. A. attending the teachers' examination. I
glad to see him home on his vacation night on a crowd of negroes play.
of THE SUN'S Jacksonville advertisersand Gale last and remained till !
from attendance at the South Florida the dry weather and summer: heat. Thursday -- ing "skin" in a house occupied by E. M.
a leading business house of that city. Monday, when they left for West Palm Florence Stephens of Cocoanut Grove,
Institute of railroad. Fifteenwere
Military Bartow. He is Slaughter, west of the
helping his brother George hold down a i County Commissioner Shone, of Co- Mr. West has 1600 fine fruit trees setout Beach, where they will reside for the came up on the train Monday morningfor captured and lodged! in the town

coanut Grove, has been in town since on his 20 acre clearing and 3 acres of Summer. a visit of several weeks with her Lin-
'summer widower" and old bachelor jail over Sunday, and Monday morning
Monday morning first in attendance pineapples that are doing well. His ton friends.
halt. Gruber disposed of them as follows
and his father arrived Sat Mayor
-- the meeting of the County Board, at place is near Modello, one of the newest Joe Empie
in their sharpie having made the Fred S. Dewey and wife of West Palm ; A. W. Saunders, Sue Falls, Daniel
colonies in South Dade. Mr. West is an
Word comes that Mr. and Mrs. E. E.. Juno end then waiting for the delayed i
experienced druggist from Sioux City trip down the St. John's river, then outside Beach, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs S, Butler, Charles Cooper Rube Tucker
Geer, who for Union City, Mich, session of the County Democratic Ex each
la. and in his Florida venture he is exercising -I to the Halifax and from there down S. Linton now living Boynton' spent Sam Green and John Walker were
last week, Mrs. Geo. L. Branniug and ecutive Committee, of which he is a
the same and judgementthat the canal and Indian River. They left Wednesday afternoon here. fined $5.00 and costs, the costs in each
Miss Luln Angevine, who went to Men- member energy
their sharpie here in charge of Harry case being $2.50; G. Bethel Jno. Sann
don Mich., and the Messrs John B. won for him success at his northern
Beach and Lee Russell ,who went to S. Graham, the well known hotel man home. Dade is fortunate in getting Redifer and took the "Emily B." out The present fine crop of pineappleshere ders and Henry Hubbard pleaded "notguilty"

of Miami, has leased the Hotel-Biscayne within borders and down the coast. is conclusive evidence that there is and were discharged; Sam Cobb
such to settle
Lake City, Fla., and Darien, Ga. men
respectively and has already taken possession, al. good pineapple land several miles southof failed to appear and forfeited his bondof
have all reached their desti and she wants more of them.
though his management of the Hotel Last Thursday evening quite a partyof the "city at the foot of the Lake." $5.00. I. Best also forfeited his bond
nations safely. Most of them red -
report Miami does not terminate until next V- young folks gathered at Geo. S. Row- of$2.50 by non-appearance for trial. E.

hot weather where they are. I II I month at which time the Miami will I Good Roads...Association. ley's on the Ridge, and passed a pleasant Frank Gunnell and C. H. Miller have I M. Slaughter plead guilty to keeping a

Capt. J..A.Armourof Jupiter showed pass under the control of the owner JACKSONVILLE. FLA., JUNE ist, 1898. evening enjoying themselves with gone on a cruise with Capt. J. A. Nicols i gambling house and was fined $s3oo and

,- the boys a thing or two about marksman- Mrs. J. D. Tuttle, one of Dade County'smost The Florida Good Roads Associationwill games, cake and ice cream. The party of the good ship "Trilby." They costs or 30 days labor on the streets.

enterprising and resi- in honor of the of will visit Miami and other points in .
ship recently at a gun practice of the progressive convene in annual session in Jacksonville wa given birthdays .*
dents. Milton Dick and Alexander S. Row- South Dade.
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Home Guards 1898. Chlldrans' Day.
Jupiter Although upwards a. on WednesdaJune 15
citizen of Florida who is interested lew, youngest sons of J. H. Dick and ..
of "three score and ten" by se'eral Every F. L. Tenbrook has purchased a fine
Geo. S. Rowley two of the old-time residents The services at the Congregationalchurch
be the in the and development of
years was only one who could growth house with a part of the proceeds from
f r, find the centre and that he did whoare the State is invited to be of this settlement. will be of especial interest. It
target Fall in! Yemen blue! earnestly pres- his vegetable garden. He expects to

for several shots in succession The | Fall in! ye men who wore the grey; ent, and to give the widest possible pub- .. cultivate a much larger area next year being observed by all of the Christian
There is work for you to do, I churches of our land as Childrens' Lay.
will have to spend lone to this call.
boys many a licity BOYXTON BREEZES. I than he has this.Mrs. .
some hour at rifle practice before they Your ccuutry calls to day. Every effort should be put forth to se- ... The Sunday school will have a special

will be able to surpass that popular Ju- Fait ml! fall in!both blue and grey cure a large attendance from all parts of We're on deck again after a little lay Mary E. Sterling has added dry service of songs recitations, etc., as-

piter gentleman, so well known from his And To side battle by side cruel march Spain far away the State. i off. goods and millinery to the stock: of Sterling sisted by the choir and some of the

many years occupancy cf the position oflightliousekeeper For Cuba Libra's claim The subject is worthy of our best efforts -I & Russell which adds very muchto teachers in place of the regular service

of the famous Jupiter .. Aud the poor boys of the Maine. as good roads increase the value of Grant Fenno of Linton, Sundayedhere the general appearance of the store immediately after the Sunday school ses-

Light The bugle blat aud drum and fife property, beautify our State increaseour the guest of Squire Linton and besides filling a long felt want on the sion. The church will be appropriately

Are sounding near and far I resources decrease taxation, and Temple Burton. part of the ladies of Linton and vicinity. decorated with flowers. There will be

Hon. Wm. T. Fee, U. S. Consul toCienugos. For liberty and human life. advance financial moral and humane also an opportunity for parents to have
Cu"' a, stopped over at West Our country calls to war. 4 interest.every Miss A. S. Spillman was at West Palm -p- V their children baptized. In the evening -

II Palm Beach over Sunday, a guest of Fall in! fall in! both blue and grey The meeting will be called to order at Beach Tuesday returning with Fred S.. Last night Vice-Pres't Parrott's private the pastor will give a sermon on I
, the Hotel Seminole, inspect the beau- And side by side march I.ir away 10 a. m., a: the Jacksonville Board of' Dewey and wife in their launch the car came up from Miami with the "Conscience in Statesmanship a review

tiful gardens of Palm Beach, and incidentally To tattle cruel Spain Trade same day. i delegation from the War Department of the life character and work of

to visit his old Ohio friend W. For Cuba Libra's claim rooms. : Office of Washington, D. C., which has
And the poor boys of the Maine. The Placide Hotels (near the Board of Pineapples are coming in rapidly now Wm. Ewart Gladstone, the Christian
Metcalf, Esq.. of this place. Mr. Fee been investigating some matters relative statesman that was postponed from last
The ssbres clash the bayonets gleam Trade rooms) has made a rate of$1.75 per but are somewhat undersize ou account t rendezvousfor ,
Miami's desirability as a
was for some years mayor of Warren, Our shijis are on the seas. day aid has been selected as head of cold last winter and extreme dry to Sunday evening. It is expected that

0., and is well known as one of the most Spain has made the "eagle scream," quarters.The weather this summer; which somewhat I troops. The party consisted of Ma- the new seats ordered tor the church
and successful "O'.d! Glory"floats the breeze. 'jor Hopkins, Lieut.Jfid win Hodgson and
promising young Republican of will be in place by next Sunday. All
railroads have made a rate one makes up for loss in bulk.Contractor .
leaders of the old Western Reserve.Mr. Fall in! fall in! both blue and grey and one-fourth fares for ihe round tripto \ Col. Greenleaf, Chief Surgeon U. S. A., who do not attend elsewhere are cordial-

Fee is awaiting the termination of And side by side march far away Jacksonville and return, selling June Linton is putting on more V accompanied by Mr. J. R. Parrott and. ly invited to be present.

difficulty so that he can assume! the duties To For battle Cuba cruel Libra's Spain claim 14; tickets limited to June 17th for return.j. men ou the hotel, which is fast assuming Mr. C. B. Knott. Christian Endeavor service at 6:45 p. 1:

of his official position. Meanwhile And the poor boys of the Maine W. WHITE, 1: shape and is one of the conspicuous m.; subject "Christian Courage," to

he is visiting his brother Mayor Frank -J. T. EAKNEbT. CORRESPONDING SJCR$TARV. points on our landscape. Already it can Try THE SUN for Job Work. be led by Miss Waters,


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I ; !lJj1 ill i! !.yht Qrr:rz1nrcaI! "$lm.W again. No Mason and, Dixon between onion seed and powder is to

J 1 line is now to be found. The causes touch a match to it'-j,;

of sectional disagreement have gone That a young man in love thinks he .
- ::1 UUY METCALF. EDITOR. forever. Internal harmony and can set up housekeeping with a gasoline Goods *, :. y -'* :

- : !peace now abounds everywhere in stove and a nanny goat; : New Spring

: II'' j II )MEMBER our broad land. That one of our young men has the V VV T_ T_T rV_ T T T T T T T T T
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J j t AFFILIATED WITH to mass our forces against a foreign That when the Bible and science V .: & CO. et

fo who the blue and the don't agree it is the safest to believe Koto Furchgott
; 1 I,: National Editorial Association. e. Many wore the Bible. V '" 4 ..44

Ji i II 4 _ _ _ _ _ grey_ in 1861-5 now stand shouldero V : .' ; _.
That Satan doesn't have to take . WY'r''V V V V
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n I SUBSCRIP1ION: summer vacations. and Clothing House in the State, have in

I i One Tear,in ndTaneo,'-__.-...............$2.00 bent in unison to right wrongs The Leading and Largest Dry Goods Carpet, Millinery Goods, including Foreign and Domestic
y j I', Six Months,In adranee,__"..._.___.$1.00 against civilization and humanity, That generally, when a man promisesyou .4 stock, and are daily receiving large quantities of New White Spring India Linens, Checked Nainsooks, Prints, : V

t ,i' I::' Three Month*,la advance................. COXTEBT and to maintain the proud glory of better times he means only in this 'r ;Dress Goods Silks, Organdies. Fancy Wash Goods Hats, Etc., which are offered now at our Popular Low
,1"! I.,f fI' world. V .. HOsiery! Notions, Laces Emhroideries; Straw such as Silks, Dress Goods, Linens, Hosiery :
imoorted direct by :
; a nation under the stars and Prices. A large quantity of goods are V V
11 '. I POLlS'BED THCBSDAT AT WEST PALM tripes. That lawyers make the most money and Organdies. Samples cheerfully Sent on..application.line of Spring Goods at as low prices as V VV

; V II eJl.DADB COUNTY FLORIDA.CVTB&BD and reputation by helping people toevade To oar Wholesale Trade we offer a large and complete Cash Discounts offered. We solicit the -
Then why not add another link to TermS and the usual
h 1 the law. any house iu the United States them that we shall give them very lowest pos V; V
t he chain of a united people. Establish patronage of the merchants throughout the State, assuring

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j it more Chris- sibleprices T T T T T T T T
firmly by an act T T T T T T T T T T
SECOND-CLASS MATTEL fighting Englishmen and Indians T. T. T T T-T T T. TT T T T T T T T
j! l:J : _ _ _ _ ian principle showing to the wcrld and marrying a widow. V large and elegant line of Olothing, Gents' Furnis1thi1g's ..
I i We are showing OJ
"I ,. Pioneer Paper of Dade County,_and the Oldest our indivisibility as a brotherhood That all can't grind for somebody has JYindolu Shades, Lace Curtains, TrunksEtc. :
f':' Publication on the East Coast of of men and our belief in the Father- to turn the grindstone. Carpets, JlIatting -

I 'I V Florida between Tltnsville hood of God by our memorial tributes ., at Low Prices.
;1 and Key West. That some fellows can't play a horn, vV V VV V V V V V V V V V V V VV VVVVVV V V .T.TT TTTTTTTTT
to the dead and VVV V VV yV V
our recognitionof L flVV V
I but confound them they try to.
f Divine Providence on a day universal
1 Devt Advertising. Medium on the Kast Coast That you can take the greater from -Kohn Furchgott &
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: land.
: of Florida.DADE'S over
3 the less by taking the conceit out of a ,

lif dude. V .. Fla. T ;
4 .' I, DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE DEM. EX. COM. REPORT. That love has nothing to do with in' V V Jacksonville,

t / tellect. 10-21-97 V
t 'I Committee reamed to consider tbe WEST PLM BEACH FLA.June 8 'OS{) V
I'i That it is rot always the loudest *
i : resolution passed by the last County The Meeting of the Democratic Executive .';
I sounding conch that calls you to .the :'

I Convention by unanimous vote, Committee of D-ide County,, best dinner. ,,' .. : V

j pledging future nominations off called for June 8th was called to That the man who sells 'his money ""

V candidates by primaries, as insufficient order by Chairman J. A.. McDonald. making scheme generally makes the -

V "f : : i authority for them to act upon. Secretary. A. Filer being absent most profit. p V D B

i 1 t As a result, the matter again goes Eugene Dimick was elected to act as That a girl with the dyspepsia can eat m. E. GRUBER, HARDWARE

before the Democratic voters that secretary< for the meeting. nothing but lobster salad and cucumber __ '.f<

e" they may voice their preference. Present: J. A. McDonald .pickles. -
> repre

i 'f I!' ;, resenting Miami precinct and actingas That one thing that keeps some men. and Crockery

I for W. C. Valentine of New from making a hit is Mrs. ,
Ii, A BILL 18 BEFORE (Congress, and proxy _

will probt.bly be passed, to submit River precinct; W. J. Shone, Cocoanut : That it would be a good idea to buy V Glassware,Lamps and Lanterns.

I Grove W..L. Cuba ii anyone could give us a good -- --La All Kinds of Boat Coods. VV
to a vote of the States an Amend. precinct; Widmeyer, : :\,. __ _

; ment to the Constitution of thelluit- Jupiter precinct, also representing title. .,. \ Stores Tinware,Doors,Sash i ? _
That the odor of cheese is its
.1! ed States, changing the Inauguration as proxy Otto Stypman; of St. Lucie strongest point. always V \' All Kinds Fishing Tackle and Sporting SO
: Day of the President from March precinct; Eugene 11. Dimick, Lake Gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stove
: ______
That the greatest fault of the colored -
lii 4th lo May 1st. It will Worth precinct. Harrison Bros.' Ready Mixed Paints. -:
require n ____
people today is their extravagance.That Attention 11497
Given. Prompt
t favorable vote bv a majority of the W. L. Witlmeyer presented the Mall Oders F
t a woman would rather see her
States before it can become a law, name of \\. V. Rushing for recommendation : ... --
husband bitten by a rattlesnake than ..
1 but there is not much doubt but it as County Commissioner kissed by another woman.V LEGAL NOTICES. :

; will Ret BQph a vote. This will frnhis f ; district, in the place of W. That for women to please the men PROFESSIONAL CARDS

I lengthen President McKinley's term S. Tancre, resigned: ; Mr. Rushing was
folks them of
V they give plenty pie. \TOTICB o? APPLICATION FO* mAt_ _
of office about two months. unanimously recommended to the I. METCALF
That hell is the only place where Sunday TT7 i\ DISChARGE.V _
Governor for appointment.It t
papers should be published and cir ATTORNEY-AT.LAW., Y0U Notice is herebygiven.that Six Mouth aftel _
was moved: and carried that the
% OHQANIZATIOX is ALWAYS THE KEY culated. NOTARY PUBLIC. this date shall apply to the County Jwgeefj______
L Committee call a meeting in each and Federal KNOW J Dade County, Florida for final discharge fM
V to success. This feet has become That the Legislature decided that Will pracLice in County,Stale
'V% apparent precinct, as follows: the administration of the Estate ot William LV, V
to the more progressive truck Florida roads are good enough. CASES A SPECIALTY. Parkin late of Dade County,deceased. _
and this A meeting of the: duly qualified That there are left-eyed as well as Office in TKOPICIL SUN Block That the KATE B. PARKIS.Administratrix..
growers, week, at the office West Palm Beach, Dade County, Jlorlda. _
voters of precinct No.-will be held left-handed ._'____
: -of KIbg & Phillips, _two of Dude's in-on Saturday afternoon, June I people. West Palm Beach Fla.,Februarys,1898. :_ _
aost progressive, intelligent and i iauee That too many religions and too little GEORGE M. BOBBINS. WALTER S. GRAHAM. I IRO -
18th ato'clock to vote on the true is what ails the world CO. Enll tabloLifo
.- ssful young men, will be held n Christianity V lSSGItAlIAM: ,

meeting to consider ways and means question Executive as Committee to whether shall or not he the instructed i now.That true Christianity dividendsboth ATTORNEYS AT- LAW, The t fiade> County State Bank
pays V
to best handle and market the fruit 'I Will practice In all the (courts State and
r and to appoint the delegates to in this life and the next. eilerql. special facilities for examining: and of f Now Palm Beach, Florida.
vegetable crop of this proliflregion. York
perfecting land titles.
V Something on the order of attend the State and Congressional 1 I That, though wealth may cause hap We have closed our West Palm Beach office .
; Conventions.As piness a miser is always miserable. Any business from the Lake Worth section or
: : the Pineapple Growers' Association ; northern part of Dado Conrty should be referred Authorized Capital $100,000.
I other important business will That one thing to teach children is to either to our Titusville cir Miami oflice, Wrote Over$15ooooooo.oo _____
is thought by sum. to be the and will receive proper attention.,
proper be before the meeting large attendance be easily Paid Up Capital $15,000.__
but all a pleased. Titusville,Brevard County. and Miami Dade ___
: thing
V agree that organize- County Florida. 10-21-97
I is requested. That a woman is a good housekeeperif
; t tion and intelligent shipping
I Per order Dem. Ex. 'om., she has a place for everything except OFFICERS: _
: LR and marketing is absolutely FRANK W. POPE. D. C.CAMPBELL. I
E. N. DIMICK President.
her husband. ,
J. A. MCDONALD, New Insurance
necessary to future success. THE pOPE U. 0. HENDRICKSON Vice-President.
Chairman. That there are battles to be fought to
Su:. best wishes is with the boys GEO. L. BRANNING Cashier.
I There being no further businessthe secure the people their rights, that de. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. During _
and it stands ever ready to take
V I meeting: adjourned subject to call nand the courage of recognized war. Ill East Bay Street
j i hold and advocate whatever plan : 1897. Branch Office at! West Pain BeiC'I-' ;
f of the Chairman, 8-:>-91 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ,
i they find most likely to advance
Office Hours From to i !Do '
EUGENE H. DIMICK I xo a. m. p.
; ,I I their best interests. ,
The Palms 'HOOD, M. D.,
Secy tern.
1,1 : pro H.C. GeneralBankingBusinsssTraosaetfl
1 /" _ _ Has Now
i1 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ., Collections promptly remitted on day el :
r : II WHY NOT THEY SAY- Life Insiwance in receipt. Drafts bought and Bold-on lb. prte-:

I : I V That some people spend so much time Now Open For Winter Travel. Office and Resilience near Royal Polndana cipal cities of the United States. 4-29-91 "L_ _
f ,u'; From Florida Hotel, PALM BEACH. 12197V.
;' an editorial in the
I, 1 telling what they can do that they nev- All Modern Improvements, Electric Force ofOver '
I r I Times Union and Citizen of the 2nd er do it.That. Bells, Baths, Etc.

: I I ;, inst., under the caption of "Three bald-headed men ,should claim E. \ PUGH, 31. D., Clematis Avenue __
I $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY.
p: t American Holidays," we make! the that good furniture is always marble- Address", PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.Office .

; .. following excerpt: topped. in rear of DimicL's Drug Storr. 950000000.00 Supply StoreWest **:: '
V The That the best proof of a good law is THE PALMS" I1l'sldence-Wl'tIt Side of Olive Street, 3 Doors
veterans march
: together let
V South of Clematis Avenue. .
i t the North and the South, the East its effect. I 1-16-96 West Palm Beach, Florida. 3-26-UG WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. And Hasa ::- Palm Beach, Florida,]:

: and the West take a common pride
; J. D. MA THIS :
I in the V
dead whose glory is our common T) B. POTTER, M. D.
i heritage-let us join the Memorial .LIJ. SttrplasOver ( Brannlng'i Bakery and Gnctrj*) :

::1"" ,and the Decoration Days.in N JUPITER, FLA., June i, 1898. 3-23-93 PALM BEACH. FLA My Motto-"Quick Sales and Small PrOttL'BakeryGoodsand :
j : :: one-let us prove to those who offer Weather Report for the month ending May 31, 1898. Barometer correctedfor

::1 : .: their lives to the nation that we they temperature and elevation. S A.M. and 8 p.M. observations. 75th meridian I A. PUGH, 48000000. V

'I t: ': leave behind them are at last one -time.- Comparative temperature for the years iS6, IS7 and 1898. J. Family Groceries :_

1 : : and take, common pride in the he. ::: I -s- TE FEH..A.TUHE. DENTIST.
V I :: DIRECTION AND I- .....My Specialty!
who have ; .. TSUM. Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. ,
roes gone before as well I Hm7. I HW6.
.0 :..:.::: VELOCITY .... ;; -----
14 < Local Anaesthetic In Extraction
I r I as iu their sons who.are now ready ." ::: OF WliD. t'I--- .H... .... ..,. "=: ;n.\EO ,x x I .... of Teeth. Strongest Comp'yIn I Goods delivered free to any part -
l. ; :- ,.. I
: "" Teeth Extracted Without Pain. of tbe
the Lake.
to follow in their ":". :; WUTHEU. City or across -
footsteps. ..,,". :'" .= ; .::' ;: :'J ; :' ?>
I : OFFICE-4th Door from Cor. Clematis
2-' .. Aye
f On Independence Day let us draw .-'. n.0 m. I 8p.m. 0"J< :( .-" "...' .'.'.' ... .. ?:( .;.< .>:.>! ,.1':( .:l and Olive St. the World AU Orders Given Prompt AttenUOL V :

a : strength and inspiration from the P I I I. _ _. T-2-9S WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA. I Goods First-class and Fresh. Highest
:mm l8i.E ..mtll''.:......Os) SE..141 .0OIC1etr...............ITh; T:! !Mo itITUITsI&4I71IslitT4V prices paid for produce.VT
::1. I past and determine that the nation () 121\\.JI-IISE ...OS SE..l:!' .()OlIear! .. ...........))70 72 Sl 62I7t! Th7; S2j)9! Th country V
l :10 ...... ...... .... ......... ) T. DANIEL My One Contemplating of
; :. shall be OI : .I:; () ...... () 7s: 71"2171" 76 L Buy me and will Have you money. 6-1-97
:1 .! always worthy of its beginning ;j 3O 041W..03 S.. ... 12/SE.i1/ !: .00\ .' .................7lj217'lfit: 721jj II)2 To's2 ;!' ; .
i\; V ; on Washington's birthday 619 US SW..O-l SW..O6IS..27 .00 artly Cloudy 8 $() $$64 :' 72 ,fji6"1 j2 DENTIST.COCOA Insuring His
71m'It -iW ...1XX..oJisW.W! .171l'artly Cloudy!.616"1 SO $ .tjljXI'i, 'O .
: let us set np a model for imitation $W9 til .w...0rl'Y.....II.l\V ...21\ .uonll'ar.: ............. ; IC I i-l17xIH! >II
I Ii and it .,,::10 0O'V..O3I i ......0hIS E..I II, .OUICll'ar............. ,(4I72MI tIf:17::I 1. !I6I172I7f(7s' xII I '! _!: INDIAN RIVER. FLORIDA.- 8 01' Her Life pITY BARBER SHOP, :
I I i V keep before the eyes of our 101-10 OE, ..... 14E! .. ...IOIE ... 1 .OllICIt.lr.: ....... .....I... d TM (?. 72jI! T8T6ITUTo! hl.74! V
V g youth; on a day set anart far all the 11130 O..I[ I : nation 122'/| ) 9SSE| .....16))K:..... OHK..24| .(,o''!( Ion.ty............!72J71! 78 0.7l'S27277| | | 2 'V.AI.LACE R. MOSES, Should Write to the I
let us weep that we were 13129 98 N.....014 E..09IX..161 .()OC1-nr..Th17451: | | 6JT8p3I71I77s2s| | | | 157(74(7i i Easiest Chairs and Best _

once divided and declare that all 141 In .o 10 01 10 1 E E..._....... 07 11|/E F............10 10K||E.._......til 15/ ..flOIPa/.tl.Ol'lIrtl.lon"| > ('Iuuc1vI77I74Is2IT4I7M4I7i76IM4'| bI7'J'.Oe,9J744| | | (! | ,| I::/*73178 1i.7f' ; Successor to A. W. Robert, Undersigned. Equipped Shop in Town.69tf V P

citizens ot this land who offer their !C.:018I7roii'! : '.SE..05ISE..07IE\ ... ....19 1 ,02Parl.Cloudy| I 76 7682| 11! 916(5'! ( T24j7'S'i' !; REAL ESTATE AVD INSURANCE, MILO COOPER,Prop*...
blood on its altar calm.SE...... | 10ISE..13\ .OIIICle\r..I! 77 ;j !fITnkIl'M: : \ 71 :'1I!: I.: > Agent for West Palm Reach Town Lots also
1\ are our common 11001.,001>1 S .O-tIE..I3'.U| .00 i Clear......... ..... 77I77IS47.s7" 70 7777i'5SMJ79| 72X37579| | | '
1O: 12 SE..10 ......_...... West Palm Reach Water Works.
E.-.12IK..19 .00 Clear.
and henceforth / | (>;83 ; ; 7(5S37GSOi2i76iS473i7s|
property, "In |
their 20130 15: SE... 09 SE...OHI .....15 .OOiOar.............../7S76S4"S7| | 73 7SI79! | | NOTARY PUBLIC. COUPON. M. -
:: lives they were beautiful and in 21130 16ISE... OUIE..lllo\E.: ) .OOiClear' .............. | |S4 7479796773xl7074i79s76777S3j72| | | | | | 76 Clematis Avenue,near Olive Street. D. L. DODSON.
: U23| > IOIE......OSE.| .....12 E.....16 TICr..llr..17SI7filoI-t! | | : 5-21-97 Wet> Palm Beach, Florida.GUY I
; death they shall not be divided." 23J30 0tJ.'..... ,.. 787S PEREZ F. HUFF
.071E. .1K( _ISW .IOi|( l"ar_.......... | 7()|7t5l}>37177sr71| | | | Manager,
( I. Let the nation visit all its 24299| ;|'l K..t):.|e.......(,".' E ....1:: .OOiClear............... 7676SI| /737SV2717fiS374GI83I73| |" | | | | 7S .
V graveson 25(29( yOlSE ...061\.01olIS:: .....I:! ..OOiClear.OOlClear................ ,:> 79 I. METCALF The Equitable Life of N.Y.
1 one day, and there annually remember :Him; SO S......c'is) .....13S! .....24OSS. ................777R,ls3IUI7SI Imiif.IS-l 7'; SO ,
I' i 27129 84 _...HIS...... | ..... 22 ..OOiCIcar.OOiClear..... ...... ..I7Tos9: /71!SOMI7aI7sI8'17317: NOTARY Jacksonville Florida.I Miami Florida. .
that we are now one and 119292: %W.I S..'".IOISE ...:!III ............. I77SO91I7i!: "iIISII1IiIjsaIUI71'1 ,
indivisible. 29)29) 99 W..05SE. ..;.13E! ...1!II ..00Clear.O0ciear.| ........ ......17r.179 : () 7M2ITI7i$24W7C' the State of Florida at Large. 8-28-5. :
I V mI2IU"| W.....OS'S.'! .....12\ ......ii | ............... .DI.-lIi7I, would like to receive
i And the: question to us seems 8II2I !<4_W_...11IS._...10IS .....171 .00Cear| ..............I77t7'jI1I7Ms7I71j7)It73\ \ \ : llisiI717R) !! ISO Deeds, Mortgages.Drafted.Con't'yancfng Leases. and Contracts an example -
I tinent. Why not join Memorial l and Su.nmary .for the Month. All Work Guaranteed a Legally Specialty.Correct. of your NEW POLICY I SEMINOLE BARDEU SHOP.I .

Decoration days in one? Whetherthe I Mean Barometer 30 02: Highest Barometer, on the ls, 80.02; Lowest Barometer Office in TROPICAL Sex Block adapted to my age. I.: D. 3!.GEAcniDEAC, :Manager, _

North considered or now considers 'on the 26th 29.77. West Palm Beach Dade County, Florida. ,I FIRST-ClvASS TONSORIAL WORK p

r; that the South erred in the Mean Temperature, 76; Highest Temperature on the 2Sth! 91; Lowest Temperature, I was born on the...........day of I Sew Furniture-Eyerythlnjj Neat
V on the sth. 33a; Greatest Daily Range of Temperitnre, on the 9th 23: I>>a8t Daily FRANKLIN SHEEN. CEO. O. BUTLER. and Clean. V
; Rebellion, or whether the South considered tanre of Temperature, on the 13th.; 8. Mean Temperature for this month in 188S, 76:; QuEEN & BUTLEIl. Shop under Seminole :

'; I her rights;: attacked in those ]1889! 75:*; 1890 76: 1891, 74; 1892 76; 1893.76; 1894\ 73; 1895: 76; 1896 76 to I ....................................18........ Hotel.West Palm Beach. FI&V'. V
1897, 73 Mean Temperature for this month for llyearn, 76. SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. -
; : tj !ft., fearful days, is not the question. Prevailing! Direction of \VlaJ, -_
E Total Movement -
I : : of \Viud. .,I3S mile*: Maximum I Office at West Pilrn Beach V V

? V: j More than a third of a century haspassed Velocity of Wiud, Direction and Date, 27 miles per hour on the 6th. S.Total Lands legally sab-divided and maps fur- Name....................................... '.
since then! While Precipitation, 1.13: inches; Xu.nher of days on which .01 inch or more precipita nished. Selecting and grading lands locat Acetylene Gas. V
V any Hon fell! :5 ToUil lug and estimating timber a specialty. ,
: Precipitation (in inches) for this month in 1S5, K86: 18S9. 3.43: 1S90) Care-
i past! and its _history cannot be forgotten 1331: : 1891, 6.30: 1892,230; 18933.18; 1894.2.95: 189: 6.10 ful and correct work guaranteed. All commnnications Address' ....... Throw away your kerosene lamps and
; 1896,283 .
V : ; 1897, by mail receive prompt atten ............................ use of
tion. Maps and Blue Prints Acetylene Gas the light
it coming
i V nor is sought to be 10.73.Average at Lowest Priors. -
yet vcij..tatlon for thN month for 11 years, 5.58 Inches. WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. 117.95 10.21.91 the zoth century. We are prepared to] V

V new actors are upon the scene; new Number of Cloudiesa Days 24; Partly Cloudy, ."; Cloudy, :!. -_ 1 put in plants for private parties! at reasonable -

li conditions exist. Ties that were NOTE-Pressure Reduced to sea-level. 111scie for The = prices. Call and see ours at out
J. W. CROXK, Observer Weather Bureau. ? e Snn. Try THE SUN for Job Work. I store and get estimates. V

ft 3-24 G. W. IDNER & SON '



,. .

_... t.. ,

ODD FELLOWS. I If yon are thinking of irrigating your truck farm,

Our pineapple field or orange grove send me size of area
What the Order Expect From IU Meotbers Spril} IRRIGATIO I N you wish to cover and full information of what you

-Bebekah and Other Notes. want and I will be glad to furnish all information
Members must bear In mind that they desired and give estimate of cost.
are expected to give to a8ft-ellas, receive Styles
from the order. It sometimes happens that v J. G. CHRISTOPHER
those who never attend lodge meetings or ,

MASONIC. visit the sick expect earlier and greater for fflen's Wear Machinery and Mill Supplies.
attention than those who are ever seeking
Handsome New Building of the Order la opportunities to practice the precepts of Irrigating Machinery a Specialty.
Illinois-South, West and East. the order. They are not intentionally selfish Are all in. The largest and handsomest 10-21-97 JACKSONVILLE, PLOR.1DA.H .

The Masonic fraternity of Rockford ,but have forgotten or have never real. line of Woolens in the South. Best work,

which numbers about 3,000 recently.dedl- ]y learned that the foundation of the great best finish best fit and lowest prices. Suitsto

rated a beautiful new temple. The ,building fraternity is in extending mutual help.- order, $12.00, $13.50 $15 00, $16.00, %IT. Miami, on Bay.Biscayne, Florida

located in the heart of the business Odd Fellows' Siftings. I $18.00, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00 and up. o t tO I i.Yilffffll I I The Most Southern Railroad Point in
section .of the city and la of imposing de- There are three Rebekah lodges in 1
feign being finished in terra cotta. The interior WUkesbarre.A *- ; ftl PANTS-$2 75.$3.00,, $5.00, the United States.

finish is antique oak. In the north lodge cannot vote assistance to persons $6.00, $7.00 and up. Accommodations for 200 Guests. Hotel Homelike and Comfortable.
west corner of the temple is a spacious : not members of the order out of the
banquet ball 35 by 50 feet in size and general fond. S. GRAHAM Proprietor.
MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT-Samples and Self-Measurement Blank senton rr-r -97
beautifully decorated. The asylum of Croeader .
What the order needs today is members
is of size
commandery magnificent application.
who are ready and willing to do useful
and and is furnished in keeping -

room with Is brilliantly the surroundings.lighted by, hundreds The lodge-of service A Rebekah,-and do it lodge welL may be organized The Popular Price Tailor POPE' & McLAURIN JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA,

Incandescent lights neatly arranged in where there is no subordinate lodge, and L I Vv -
clusters and long rows. The lofty pillars it may meet in any suitable place regardless

1I of the subordinate lodge. 13 Mail St., Jacksonville, Fla. Fruits and Produce
The grand lodge of Wisconsin has authorized ,

its grand master to appoint some

competent and suitable past grand aa fi@" We do Dyeing Cleaning Repairing Altering and Pressing.28 97 Commission .(\rchants.Fa
grand instructor and appropriated $200 to .
defray the expenses of such work-among

I weak lodges. )cy Grades of Butter and CheeseV -

r Grand Secretary Kiddersays, "The frlo-
tion now existing in some of the Rebekah Solicit Your Business.
lodges over the 'open door question' but it:< ; l =-.i\-,
for the indiscreet words and actions of : : We 0 ly solicit the business of Merchants. aiJ -','ill Not fill order frum 'Con8amer-the
few members on either side would have a .'_ .-.9...1i ,1:_ LL .'... T ...'- ":>i!>: ,f..::-''-.'. should buy from their home dealers. i>aiIT 7
:, .. ; \"
been avoided in large measure." .. 4'
: .: : <;
:- '' '''
During the past 29 years the lodges of ". .
--- .
: "
Pennsylvania have contributed for the relief + -.:_...' :. .: New house; best accommodations the
fl |
of distress 112.044,895 and the patriarchal !.. "_
branch $1,690,891 total of e13,. FRE CO HOTEL I I East Coast; table first-class, and every11U

135, 86Have. convenience and comfort; hot and cold

work in tho encampment at every baths; modern improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section; closeto

meeting if possible. the fish and in abundance.
Inlet; oysters
of the palace are of heavily gilded wood Whenever a fifth Thursday occurs in a
month, it is the custom with Western Star
and bear in handsome design the mystio Terms Moderate.J. .
Rebekah lodge of Ola the. Kan., to give an TJ AST 'OAST
symbols of the ancient rites. There areconvenient '
toilet and cloak rooms. entertainment lows. to the children of Odd Fel- L. JENSEN, Proprietor,

The grand lodge of California decided
that entered fellowcraftis There are 52 Rebekah lodges in Ontario, JENSEN, BBEVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA.
an apprentice or
with total membership of
a 3,059.
not as a rigKt entitled to relief from the : i -Don't fail to stop at Jensen when visiting the Indian River. i>i6-97
funds of the lodge.In Odd Fellows of Hamilton county, 0., .

1888 Freemasonry was established in have formed an association, with the object _,f,* -4 "'_ : _' .. '._ .Ji.. ,
of benefiting the order in the county.A : ;
the island of Cyprus. There are now two ) :
of is looked for.
membership 1,200
lodges, a Royal Arch chapter and a mark

lodge there.A KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. of Florida Offers LITTLE BROS.
visitor to a lodge has no right to de-

mand an inspection of the lodge charter.- ,
Masonic Congress at Chicago 1893. Endowment Rank Member In the Klon

Minneapolis known as one of the most dike-Helmet Glints. fertilizer 8 pfyospfyate Qompapy
important centers of Masonry in the United Applicants for membership in the en- ,
States and as having the largest blue dowment rank intending to sojourn or re-
lodge in the world. side in Alaska or that part of British Jacksonville Florida.
America known as the Northwest Terri. ,
There are 20 lodges of Masons in New tories (British Columbia Alberta and As-

Mexico with a total membership of 854. siniboia excepted) will bo excluded from :

The Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite admission to the rank. The certificates of Great Advantages If you are requiring Fertilizers for .
Masons of Virginia have contributed to members of the endowment rank now residing .

the Masonic home of the state $12,000. or sojourning in Alaska or in that ,- Vegetables, Pineapples, Me, write to .
The Masonlo fraternity Alabama is part of the Northwest Territories as abovo

erecting a handsome temple at Montgomery defined and who were admitted after us and we can give you more value ..

which will be four stories in height March 1, 1894. are, during such residenceor
and built of brick and stone and which sojourn, reduced to the minimum for your money than any other Manufacturer .

will have an abundance of halls, lodge- amount of $500; such members to be rated To Settlers in the way of or Dealer in this State or .
rooms and offices for the use of the grand as extra hazardous and required to pay 20

lodge and the local lodges of the craft cents per month in addition to the regular from any other State. Write f or pamphlets .
The price is 35000. monthly payment.-J. A. Hlnsly.

There are 2,199 Royal Arch Masons in Colonel Edward August Tucker of Cin- prices, etc., to ,above. address. 1112.97
Perfect Climate Productive Soil
the District of Columbia in ten chapters. cinnati has been appointed chief of staff ,

The certificate hanging in the Alexandra by General MinshulL

(Va.) lodge shows that Washingtonwas Members of the Seventh regiment. Illinois Choice Fruit Lands Rich Garden Tracts
made a Mason before he was 21. uniform rank Knights of Pythias, ,
have offered their services to President Ocean Steamship Company"SAVANNAH
McKinley. The regiment can put 450
ROYAL ARCANUM.A Sugar Cane and Good Schools
well drilled men in the field. I
i "
Motto For Members of the Order-From I The grand lodge of New York will hold LINE.
Various Councils. its annual convention at Utica,July 27-31 Tobacco Areas Plenty of Churches
and the New York brigade, U. R., will ,
The members of the order may well take % FloridaTo 4
also meet at that time and place.Every
the words of that beloved citizen of Boston -
Rev.Edward Everett Hale as a mot- officer should thoroughly memorize and countless ways to earn a competency And"Boston.
to, "Look up and not down; look forward his part and practice it until he can New York $

And not back; look out and not in, and give it with the best effect in his power.

lend a hand. The last is the most im A Short R.ed.1 Ride to Savannah, Thence

portant, as ,with willing hands, hearts UNITED WORKMEN. .
and tongues the order will spring upwardin COME TO DJtDE. A Short Sea Voyage.

the full meaning of the word and Progress of the Order In Kentucky-From
crown the heights of ambition.-Royal Various Jurisdictions. Sailing from Savannah:

Arcanum Guide. During the year 1897 more reinstate- 5 Ships Each Week 5
Of the first 25,000 full rate members of ments of suspended members occurred in
the Royal Arcanum admitted during the Kentucky than equaled all the reinstatements .
yean 1877, 18i8. 1879 and part of 1880 for the past 24 years of the historyof .. .e. All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. Write for gen- 'I
there were in good standing on July 1, the order. In 1896 under the level I
eral information sailing schedules, stateroom reservation or call on
1897, 16.168. plan the new members admitted were 226 .
The very best medical experts are not at an expense of $3,000. In 1897 1,249 . E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS Fla. Pass. Agt.,
Y too good for such an order as the Royal new members were admitted at an expenseof Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville Fla. 3;10 I
Arcanum. $4,200. This change for the better is 6I I

So far it looks as if North Carolina wills due entirely to the new plan.

come up to the request of Supreme Regent The paymsnts in the Maryland jurisdiction -
Schrjver. for the 10 per cent increase last year amounted to 1124,000. of: I
1898. which $106,000 was paid out in Maryland I Florida East Coast Ry. I
$73,000: in Baltimore alone-and$18,000in
Look at the record of 1897 in which !

1,811 brothers severed their connectionwith Virginia. The Southern & TIME TABLE NO. 15, IN EFFECT MAY 16, 1898. !
the order by the hand of death! At Texas reports a decrease of 1.17 in the Fuel Supply CO. I

the beginning of 1S97 each and all of theso average of the membership in good stand SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Bead Up). !
probably gave little thought to this cal, ing Jan. 1, 1898, as compared with wha
and some may have murmured a little at it was on Jan. 1, 1897. 'I>aily"N- STATIONS. No'sExsn a I
: : IN
tho thought of an extra assessment. Grand Master H. B Dickinson was Daily. filly EhSu i i80Up

unanimously upheld by the grand lodge of 200Lv............................JsckllonYille ............................Ar E5p 10. !II
4 lOp 10 BOa Ar............................St.Aurutine............................Lv 6 SSp 9 45a !,
RED MEN. New York in his act of revoking the char Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime -:- 415p 1085a Lv..8,. Anmtine...........................Ar 6 BOp 9100453p
ters of five lodges which did not pay their 11 lOa ...............................Hutiag7 .............................Lv 463p 9th9 It It
Aa Tendency In the Order. assessments at the end of the last day. "ship II"1 Ar..............................P 'latka...................... ....... ..Lv 7Tep '"J1iji :
Upward Cement and and Laths. 'lOp 1045& Lv...............................Palatka ......... ... .......:.........Ar 35 'lOa F;
I Around the Council Fire. Grand total beneficiary fund disbursedby -:- Shingles g 1p Iri5P Ar......... ..-............ M&teo............................ .L., : -:-:-::: I!
Tribes that only a short time ago con- the order from organization to Feb. 1, Bain 120&Lv............................San Mateo..................-..............Ar e 85p 1245p
surrendering their charters $81,693,252.78. '110) IT O Lv..E StP latlta..L' "il5p 1 i3
templated are 8 88p lOOp".. ...............................Ormond.............................. 303p 714a.\\i
today working like beavers for the prizes Members in good standing at last i SSIp lip .............................Daytona............................. 262p 7x20- pi
offered by the great council of Pennsylvania. monthly report, 345,392. 4[VITBIFIEO PAVING SIDEWALK BRICK.Office f02p 122P ............................Port Orange....................... .. Slip 68 2a
In the way of suspensions we believe + 725p IMp" ...........................New Smyrna.......................... 220P elSiJa t
...... 22'&p ..............................Oak Hill ............................ l"p ...... i T
the tribes have nearly all touched Modern Woodmen. ...... S02p fI .........:...................TttUilville ........................... ii lIMp .... i
bedrock and the tendency will be upward ...... 8S5p .............................City. POin'............................ .. 121p!( ...... f
this term. We expect larger gains for the Nothing is more beautiful, impressive ...... 843P ." ......................... Cocoa ........................... 12 22p ...... ::1 f
and interesting than a well drilled team 408 West Bay Street ...... B Up .............................P.orkledRe.............................. 121Sp ..... ;
present six moons than ever before.-The of uniform foresters going through the ...... lisp ............................. Fan Galbe............................. 1115x....... ';
Council Brand. .... .. 4 28P .............................Melbourue............................. 11850- ...... "
evolutions of the regular drill manual ,Jacksonville Florida. ...... 512P .............................Seba.1tinn.............................. 1050& ... \'
,r The order Is booming. Adopting palefaces If the Modern Woodmen of America ....... II Oip ............................. St Lucie. ........................... .. 9 570Fort ....... ,:
and reinstating suspended members ...... IS 20P ............................ Pierce............................. 9 5'k ......
is the order of the day. should go out of existence ten years from ...... 649p ..............................Eden... ............................ 111Ia...... ;;
now, it would be worth to every member ...... 1151p ..............................Jensen............................... II Ora ...... I
Reports of the tribes in Philadelphia every dollar his membership in it cost him ... '105p ...............................Stnar. .......................... 855a ...... :
show that the total number of admissionslast U. D. HENDRICKSON ...... '7 sop .............................Robe Sound............................. 8 zta ..... I I752p !
the total losses Since Jan. 1, 1893! nearly 200,000 members ...... ........................... West Jupiter........................... 80708 ...... I
great sun was 1,780; have been added to the Modern Wood I. ..... 30p ." ...............West Palm Beach......................... ...... i
exclusive of deaths, was 1,473; deaths, of America. ...... 900p ......................... Lintoq ....................... .. ....
161; aggregate loss 1,593 actual gain, men ...... 944p ..........................Fon Lauderdale..................... ... asap...:.... "
four times the net in the The ode must be changed so as to sing General Merchandise.Wholesale ...... I022P ............................Lemon Qty ............................ ......
148 or gain that 300,000 Woodmen"will march under ...... lO3Op Ar.................. ......Miami....... ... ................Lv I
whole state for the great sun preceding. I
tho banner of Woodcraft, for that mark BETWEEN NEW S11YRNA AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION. \
What if men were more fraternal more
will now soon be passed.If Oils .'o. 3 No. l STATIONS. .
No. t
? What ,
forgiving more forbearing if theso
virtues adhered there is not a camp of Royal Neighbors SaIL Groceries, Paints Clothin[ Y Gyp 10 loa.Lv............'.............. New :;myrna.. ........................Ar l25p 6 SSp
were closely to in our in Gasolines, 76 and 86a.Bats .09p 1138& ............................Lake Helen .................. .........Lv 12 COp 'Q6p :
: tribes Who could compute the power and your town, proceed to organize one 9 top 1202p ...................... Orange City.......................... 122911 541p3p ,
influence of our order at once. It will prove a great aid in put :_ 1210p M.......... .. .. ...Oranjttl City Junction.................... 1225p U5p I
1 ting new life and new interest into your. Caps Shoes s Dry Goody d Sees 'lillllllJ' All trains between New Smyrna and Orange City Junction Daily except .
.;;; Woodman camp. ,
:;! Knights of Malta.
The semiannual reports show that the
Knight of Honor. Scwin Machines Hardware. {
grand commandery of Pennsylvania fcas [ The steamship City of Key Wntof the Florida East Coast Steamship Company leaves
oouimanderies whose membership ex- It is a duty you owe to men outside the Miami for Key West on Monday Wednesday and Fridays after arrival of train from Jacksonville !
._. cecd.200. order as well as to those inside of it, In- ,making connections at Key West with steamers for Havana. Leave Key West 2:33
... cluding yourself to do level best to Agent for Mapes'and Williams& Clark'a Fertilizers I,.m. (standard time)on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays arnnnf Miami next moraine }!
& Chosen Knights commandery No. 174, increase the membership.your m time to connect with north bound train. 4

New York received a class of 59 novices Paul Gautert is of the most Anti-Friction Iron Marine RailwayFor These Time Tables show the times at which trains and boats maybe expected arrive and
recently. This command is only J> years I one successful Depart from the several stations and ports but their arrival or departure at the times
1 old and started with 56 members. It now I hustlers for the order in New York. Boats 75 Feet in Length and Under. stated U not guaranteed nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any I'
has 405 all Red Cross Past Supreme Dictator John lOU uel1ceS arising therefrom.For .
I Mulligan Steamers
copy of local time card call at 238 West Bay Street.Jacksonville,or address
retains his interest in the order and is as
J.P.BBCKWITH,Traffic Manager. J.U. KAHNEB, A.O.P.A. i
4 Order of the 11' q1l.ollo. hard a worker as ever. "Lake Worth" and "Gladys"On St. Aujrnatin .

New lodges have been organized in I It is easy to criticise an active, working Lake Worth
: Louisville and Frankfort, Ky.,and at Cin brother and he is sometimes accused of
't cinnati. selfish motives for his activity. But will
I Schooner "MARY B." regularly between Lake Worth and JacksonvilleFree
There are 16 lodges of the order in Ohio. he who criticises take hold and do the

f That the members of this order bus same work as efficiently and make the Delivery Boat on Lake Worth.
same self sacrifices and meekly submit to c'Ae Su.n.
!","- tiers U attested by the results attained. I unkind and unfraternal criticisms. 12.1.97 Lake Worth, Florida. Su.bsoribe for


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II 1 I !f! 1 L; : WAIST .DANGLERS., -ThisD.ateIn.- History-May 22. .This Date In History-May. 29._ I The heW.1.,.,, :
1 .. -- -- tI

rjt, :I. I Ingenious Devices Which Supply the u.e.1'3T-ConstantiM the Great first nominally ,lOO-Charles n'oft Entland", r 'l flu. TtraVeietS Manage _
a i Christian emperor of Rome,died; born 274; the "Merry. Monarch, _
.1 I of Women's Pocketstf .'
5 '. of whole 1GSS.
j'Io.. emperor of the west 312; empire born; died _
I I With her chatelaine l 'dangling from 823;;called council of Nice 32. 660-Sarah Jennings, famous w Jacksonville Fla 4

: f', her belt tbe moderp woman bids de. 1611-Thefirst, baronets created in England. as Duchess of Marlboronen. FELIX GARCIA, Prop. @ _
I 1 They Ipnid' 1,000 each for their patents. born: died 1744. :
I fiance to the man wljo recommends pock. ) King James I instituted the order of baron 536-Patrick Henry patriot Service

1 eta like his In' her Jovely gowns. '. ets to raise a sum of money for the reduc- orator of.the Revolution. Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete

I ; J 1 : "If I nmst-ba'bnsinefislike," Bays she, tion of the province of Ulster, in Ireland. born at Studley,_Hanoverof t AdvertisersWho Hotel in Florida J
2,00 day
II that of baron,but The Bast $ per
rw. "and have pencil and notebook always A The degree is next below county, Va.; died 1789. GU. SCO'l"f. s..
'*. the holder ia commoner. All baronets Count de Montalembert >
a 1810-The
h ; i i with me, I willat, least make them look have the arms of Ulster superadded to their French statesman, born, in London f Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to rtop at the Traveler, 4 :'

i ., was attractive as.posjdble.!! ,So she.has. coat. died in Paris 1870. .
i1 1 all the sober necessities which the ICSS-Alesander Pope poet born in London: ; 1S14-Empress (or -Empre ) Josephine died
I n died 171.4.192GRicbard. at Malmaison, near Paris; born in Mar- .
1 ,average man carries ia his vest pocket' Grant White author and philologist tinique 1763.1286General "'-

!'; ': e ., born in New York city*"' ; died thereIn Winfleld Scott retired commander Use the Chas1 N. Welshans
hi' of the United States army died at ii
h I f 1885-Victor Hugo, French poet, dramatist, Point; born in Virginia 1786. General Scott ,

I i a '0 novelist and patriot, died in Paris; born was 60 years old when he undertook the', ),
180: campaign in Mexico. He continued in-com- _
ti, i mand of the army until August 1861 when AGENT FOE-

\\h i F V3t This Date In History-May 23, I 1877-John"he was Lothrop 73. Motley' historian and former -

11 S tOS-Girolamo (Jerome) Savo- American minister to England died at Columns ofTHE

ij I narola executed in Flor- Dorchester, England; born 1814. & Martinez Paint
,\ ence. Savonarola was a 1894-Mordecai L. Hopkinsa prominent Chi Longman

t priest who turned reformer cago journalist, died in that city. __
rJt :--- to save Florence from |
t the yoke of the Medici and
; the corruptions of pagan- This Date In Hist ry-May 30. Lime Brick, Shingles,
ism. The triumph of the .
1416-Jerome of Prague burned at Constance.1.31Joan
Medici resulted in his banishment 1
p and sentence, to of Aro burned at Ronen.I : Cement and Coal Tar.
'\ .death. Monuments have BAVOSABOLA. #-Peter Paul,Rubens the great Flemish ,;:, --:, ":' ,- '
"; been erected to memory of the martyr,and artist died; born 1577.
1744-Alexander Pope poet, died; born 1688. -
,I the four hundredth anniversary of his .
death will: be marked by services in Flor 1778-Voltaire died;born 1694. Mackintosh declared Peerless Cement Plaster!
eme.I that Voltaire embodied in his own Agent for, Sickler's .
: all the wit and quickness and versatile -
: I -James Otis, patriot orator of the Revolution person ,
of which our
a people
) killed by lightning at Andover; ingenuity South St. Jacksonville Florida. 1021.nlSTATE
other nations in these brilliant qual 13 Hogan ,
passes ,
ttl Mass.;born 1725.:! "Otis was a flame of fire .
said Adams, referring to.the first speech ities. "He has says Carlyle "the eye ofa TROPICAL "
lynx, sees deeper at the first glance than"any
in 176L "With a rapid torrent 'of _
I + he hurried all other man, but no second glance is
impetuous eloquence away "
before him. American independence was given.
Paris and end of the Napoleonicwars
1814-Peace of
then end there born.
1738-Thomas Hood. English humorous poet, the Waterloo campaign excepted.
I born in London; died there 1S45. J88'i'-Major Ben: Perley Poore,"journalist and O. 'W.WEYBRECHT
author, died in Washington; born in 1820.! :
1810-Sarah Margaret Fuller, author and Mar. {
1897! -Rev. L. M. Pease founder of the first ;
done up In gold or silver cases with a chioness d'Ossoli, born in Chambersport SUN
mission at Five Points, New York city
Mass. drowned off Island 1850.1S24 Hardware
chain on each and bangs all on ber belt. ; died at Asheville, N. C.; born ISIS. Dealer ,
-Ambrose E. Burnside, eminent .Union
Men do not have so much to say about general, born at Liberty.Ind.: died 1881-

pockets these days, for a remark of that ISCT-Sir Archibald Alison English. historian This___ Date_ n In_ History.. -Mav 31, Steam and Gas Fitter, Mixed Paints.
I character only serves as an introduction and essayist died; born 1JU.1SSC tIthe -t :_ _
Professor Leopold von Ranke, eminent 1740-Frederick William 1 of
to the subject of new articles which German historian and authority on Eu Prussia died; born 1688. Tin and Sheet Iron Wmt;

I k "eho" needs iJn her chatelaine. ropean politics, died at Berlin; born 1795. Frederick William 1 was' CLAIMIt Copper, : _

3, I The newest chatelaine buckles consist ISOG-General Lucius Fairchild died in Madison the father of warlike Prussic -
: Wis. born 1311. On taking the thronehe ,
; i.
.of a four leaf clover under a crystal. i

d I'l Sometimes two such crystals are used. Prussia set to respected work to becauseof make Dealer in Pumps, Pipe Fittings, and General Plumbing Supplies Tin Ware. :'

4; The mirror often has the same design This Date In History-May 24. her army, and he left Agate Ware, and House Furnishings of Every Kind. ,

f on the back. The latest addition to the Girard eccentric millionaire and his successor, Frederick
lilG-Stcphen Great 7AOGO soldiers FREDERICK i. '.
4. : collection of danglers is'a fan shaped philanthropist bout near Bordeaux. Is The
2,240,000 subjects. He formed the -
f' pincushion with a little velvet padding ; France; died in Philadelphia 1S31. Duringthe : among famous corps of giant soldiers and paid to ADEMi' FOR THE AERMOTOB. CONSTRUCTOR of IRRIGATION PU.ITtEstimates :

;' r: at the end for the pins.'r war of 1512 Girard was the sheet anchorof one 7 fopt Irishman, picked up in,the streets ,
credit. He left val- ,
American property ,
I of London a cash bounty of over $6,000.' ,
: I Beaded parses cr handkerchief bags'Itj ued at $!),OOJ.OOJ.$:!,txXI.OOJ of which went to J, : '
1 1818 Joho Albion Andrew, war governor of J ; on Work and Material. One or both promptly
i are the despair most young women the founding of the famous Girard college
Massachusetts, born in Windham Me.; died ,
I I who cannot afford to waste money upon for orphan boys in Philadelphia. 1867. Governor Andrew gained distinction Famished. 1SUT]
the 1785-Silas right, governor of and, senator before the war by his opposition to slavery. : '
j bag to carry it in. They can be knit
9 from New York, born Amherst, Mass. BEST
1 i. i from heavy silk and trimmed with died 1S47. ; He was elected governor for one year in WEST FALM: :BEACH; FLORIDA
1 4 I860. Within a week after Lincoln called
;\ t clover leaf or flower patterns in beads. 1883! -The Brooklyn bridge the largest suspension for 75,000 troops he sent five regiments to

;i 11 f Tho beaded bag.in light colors is-much bridge in the world, opened to the* the front.
ti g public. 1878-The German ironclads Grosser Kurfurst
j worn with evening cL tt1mel.i !. FURNITURE.
: I 1895-Hon. Hugh McCulloch secretary of the and Konig Wilhelm collided off Folkestone

i United States treasury from 18G5 to 1868, England. The ramming beak of the Konig

I > Way to Trim Hats died at Washington; born 1518.1896General'John Wilhelm cut into the other vessel so that Household Sewing Machines,

I :! The great fault with most milliners, veteran died at Echcls Staunton: a noted, Va.Confederate she of her sank crew.1886General immediately. carrying down 284 AdvertisingMEDIUM The Beat Michlne Made Light Running and ,y

Le Grabde biocide is that 1837! Matthew Laflin, of Noiseless- $
l ,1 BaYs they a pioneer Chicago George Jerrison Stannard who 4t
i f weigh down their creations with died in that city; born 1803.
I superit with his Vermont militia gave Pickett's
? abundant trimming and thus make tho column its finishing blow,died in Washington Sole Agent for the famous Wall Trunk. :Mattresses

; born in Georgia, Vt., 1SJX! made to order. A Complete -
hat top heavy in appearance as well asia This Date In History-May 25.
1896-In a crush at the fetes of the czar's coronation Hue ofFUR.2SCITUR.E
fact. True milliner's talent makes 1G59 Richard Cromwell resigned, and the protectorate at Moscow 1,200 people were killed.

itself manifest in the ability to allow ended. It had lasted five years. 1897-Earthquake in the south Atlantic and ,
Richard inherited of his father's central western states.
all the amplitude for the nothing
necessary of all descriptions at Rock Bottom Prices both '
;trimming and at the same time keep in sternness or mental power. He reigned as :" Wholesale and Retail. Baby Carriages from FE 6 M6 -
but eight months having been -
mind a distinct idea proportion, so protector proclaimed by the army on the death of This Date In History-June 1, up to ?20Co Carts, Refrigerators,Ice Chests,

: t that the finished hat will look well on his father, Sept. 3, 1G58. He was virtually 1792-Kentucky admitted into the Union; sec- Etc.- +
,the bead. We would advise our readers dethroned by a cabal which procured.the ond state under the constitution. Kentucky : .

J when picking out a hat to choose ono dissolution of parliament and formally laid originally formed a part of Virginia. Even "I, Of We have a consignment of Oak Diners and
down the scepter without a struggle. after-her admission to the Union the Indi- Any
Reed Rockers that will be sold low. We
characteristic form is mark very
.w very 1803-Ralph Waldo Emerson born at Boston; ans continued to disturb the settlers so
ed. ;_This rulj applies to all, styles of died 1s8:. j that they complained of the inefficiency of handle the Famous Cleveland and Rambler

p bats, no matter for what purpose de. 1805-Dr. William Paley, author of works' on the federal government. Still more had BICYCLES.

signed. It is a good rule, a afe rule, natural tianity, theology died; born and 1743.1SS7 evidences. of Chris- there been cause for complaint under the Eperialattentlon; given to our Mall Orders.
Virginia regime, and after the close of the
t i i and has been tested by experience. -Tho Opera Comique burned in Paris: war of independence the Kentuckians were We Gurantee Satisfaction both in goods and

: 'JOJ lives lost: often on the point of setting up a government Prices. Call on us, or send in your orders to ,
Si 1 u 1S34-Dr. Alexander Kohut, a distinguished of their own. A project looking to WEEKLY PAPER
Shoes In Pom pell. 15 and 17 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
i rabbi and oriental scholar, died in New' that end was encouraged by Spain.
i 1 1 t During the excavations being made at York city; born Ivli18DG 1841-Sir David Wilkie, R. A., celebrated Scottish ONLY 6.00
4 Pompeii by the Italian government the -Oakland county, Mich., devastated by a painter,died at sea off Gibraltar; born -1-21' D. E. COOPER M'rg Co.
it cyclone; heavy loss,of life. 1758.1579James.
workmen disinterred a let of- article*
Shields, American general,died in
used bya Boinan: .woman in her toilet In The
Ottumwa, Ia.:born in Dungannon,Ireland
nearly 19 centuries ago. One novelty, This Date; In History-May 26 1810.

which so far as is known is not employ. 1703-Samuel Pepys, whose diary of common ISSS-General Henry Warner Birge, a dashing
ed life in England is noted, died. Connecticut soldier in the civil war, died NEW
today, was a sandal to be worn ,,hill) SEMINOLE HOTELOnly
in New York city; born"at Hartford 1825.:
18C9-Joseph Haydn musical died
composer ;
J asleep. It is so constructed that soft
born 173i: l General Daniel Rnggles; oldest surviving
I I '! cords or straps run from the ends in 1340-Admiral William Sidney Smith, a noted graduate West Point, died at Fredericks- STATE or FLORIDA.Advertising

I : such a manner that when the! sandal British officer in the wars with Napoleon, burg. Va.; born 1810. Brick Hotel in Town.
I', was ppt upon the foot upon retiring to called the hero of St. Jean d'Acre, died;

; : } 'rest'it kept the toes and tended born 1704. Admiral Smith served against This Date In -Jane 2. _
1 : apart so America while a mere boy. At 20 he was a History WEST :PALM: : BEACH FLA.
I x ,: to make them resemble those of the post captain. He led a squadron to Egypt 1773-John Randolph of Roanoke born in Vir ,

i i : Greek statues; which shows the differ and repulsed Bonaparte at St.Jean d'Acre. ginia; died 1833. * ". & * Has
I 1891-Ikar Admiral Samuel: Powhatan Carter, THE !SPMINOT P recently been completed, built in the mostsab-
w ence between .Pompeiiau and fin de sie- 1816-John Godfrey Sale, humorous poets born ,
I U.S. N., retired,died in Washington bornin T" stantial manner and furnished situated
; cle standards of ; in Highgate, Vt.; died 1&7. Grace Aguilar, elegantly :
4 : I t beauty. Tennessee 1819. The admiral obtained English Jewess and author, born at Hack on high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding a magnificent unobstructed .
note as a Federal general in the civil war. ney; died 1847.
tl tlU j I Silk Petticoat Elegance. 1S92-The greatest flood ever known on the 1S81-Paul Emile Littre French philologist and view each way, and guests enjoy perpetual breezes fro.n all directions. ./'
Mississippi reached its highest pOint; loss historian, died at Paris; born 1801.
I The newest silk petticoats are marvels of property from Kansas tSry'to New Orleans 18S2-Giuseppe Garibaldi.. Italian patriot and Cuisine and Service Strictly FirstClass.Rates .

r of elegance. The richest and most expensive at least S5lI. ,.: I. silks are utilized for making 189C-Oar Nicholas U crowned at Moscow.This ." Garibaldi's life was one of romantic adventure : per day and up. Special, Rates by the Week or Month.

j these dainty and delightful accessories .. .t ,. -from beginning to end. First an Rate Sheet
Italian and exile, then GEORGE ZAPF
patriot a warring
i : of the feminine toilet. All of the new Date- In Historv.- -Mav -27-- liberator in South:: America, where he won : 1I.t 7' Manager.Process"Blueflame .

,! : petticoats are much flounced and very l&J-John Calvin (Jean Chau-tI ntl a ',;fe worthy to share* his 'dangers and

'I ; full. The foundation skirt is narrow, vin) born; died at Geneva honors; next a volunteer warrior ia Italy,

I I I. but immense width is given the knee 15191794CorneliC3. rejected by the leaders victory and-defeat Will be Sent on Ap
following until he once more lived in exile. "New
i' flounce which trims this foundation Vanderbilt Oil Stoves
capitalist, born near Stapieton : Finally he was recalled to his native land
:4 j skirt. Flounces aretucked, plaited and : 'N...Y.; died in to become, after long struggles, the arbiter

: opt in vanBjko point, and ruffles an New York Jan. C, Isi7.1cJay of its destiny.
1830-Matt Morgan, artist and cartoonist, died plication.
r i Gould, financier,
ruffles. this
pot upon By means the newt In.New York aged 40.
born im Delaware SlarniardLight'gCo'sVaporStovesOUR
} dies skirts are held oat without asp N. V.; died J:1.J': !. 1805-Hon. Vincent D. Markham, a very distinguished \ .
; stiffness and the full fioinco effect of 1840-Nicolo Paganini, celebrated jurist of Colorado died at Denver

the petticoat gives a delightful frou Italian violinist, TOM MOORE. ; born ISiS.
: i i iron about the feet.. died at Nice; born liSt 1897-signed(abinet crisis in Spain; ministers ro- k k k k ki EAST COAST AGENTS: _

133)-The'hundredth anniversary of the birthof H J H' Niv erg Daytona J C Frink, Stuart
Thorn Moore, the celebrated Irish! W P Near
: '
I : War's Effects on Trinkets. poet. This Date In History-June 3, Frank T Badge, Titusville Smyrna M E Gruber, West Palm Beach

; 'Tho four leaf clover, is going out. 1892-fieneral! A-D. Streight, veteran of civil 1657-William Harvey, discoverer of the cir- Edward Stiling, Cocoa M B Lyman, Lantana
war and hero of from Stranahan &
I I! War and rumors of war are doing it. died in Indianapolis escape; born Libby 1S3. Colonel prison culation of the blood died; born 1578. Geo F Paddison & Co, Ean Gallic Jordan & Co, Fort Lauderdale

:. : The ,two little circular pieces: !,of glass, Streight's command was captured by For- 1780 governor--Thomas of Hutchinson Massachusetts, noted,died as in London a royal: The Tropical Sun Hodgson Bros. Eau GallicA D R Knight Spivey Lemon Lemon Citi City
reSt' while raiding inside the Confederate Y W Hogg & Co, Fort Pierce
; \ gold bound, in which has been inserted born in Boston 1711. Frank T Budge Miami
lines. Geo E Coon
:I ') ; the clover mascot, now contains'a tiny 1896-Southern Illinois and eastern Missouri 1808-Jefferson Davis was born m Christiannow Jensen W W (Culbertsoj, Cocoanut Grove

American flag. Once in awhile there is devastated ( Todd) county, Ky.; died 1889.
1 I by a terrible tornado. In St.
1861-Stephen Arnold Douglas died in Chicago The
k i a Cuban flag; in, the little glass! cjjarm Louis the damage amounted to over $10,' born in 1S13. : Raymond D. Knight Co.

T and cne has a four leafed clever with it 1100,000; 321 buildings were totally destroysand 1S Storms!: devastated wide tracts in the
I 7,?severely damaged deaths in fal.
;. for Indc. The American flag is :even going Louis alone, 127. west. Job Department SOLE STATE AGENTS _
into hatpins under glass. l : -Miss Emily"FaitMull, the English econo- ,
mist and philanthropist, died; born 1835.
f .A new and pretty! pin upon which to This Date In 1896-Gerard Rohlfs German traveler and explorer 10-21-97 Jacksonville, Florida.

hang, a watch is deep gold. a long, History-May 28. died.at Godesberg Prussia.

round oval, and upon it is enameled in IGGO-George. I of England born, a comparatively -

white the late warship Maine with the obscure German princeling son of tho Prints Letter Heads
'a elector Hanover at Osnaburg; died near This Date In History-June 4, Do You Want a
name beneath it. there j;.;;kin,' uf England:: 1711. 1752 John Eager sol "
I Howard,
1807-Louis-John Rudolph Agassiz naturalistand Note Heads ;
dier, famous at Cowpens,
Soft geologist,'born in Metier, ,Switzerland; born in Baltimore We have them to Sell,and if we have STEAMBOATn
Soap. county /
r *
died ldTd1317Noah StatementsBusiness none on hamt to suit, we can build

.Melt and strain refuse grease into a Webster American lexicographer, 1802 Md.diedlS27.Charles Manuel: king oi Just what you want. .

i t pork barrel. Into 25 pounds of grease died in New Haven; born at West Hartford Sardinia, abdicated in fa- Cards

put 16 pounds of best potash. Pour on : Conn., 1758. W bster.\vent through vor of his brother, and the
Yale and served as captain of the militia in liberal We are also Prepared
two pailfuls'of Boiling water. Stir with Bill Heads
a campaign before he was 2L In the course
1833 Louis '
p>tiddlethorougbly. Let stand three days of 'his second years he taught school marshal Nicolas noted DaronFrench ir k To Famish--... ,

r : sod add two ,pails cf boiling water. edited papers and a magazine and preparedthe Bonaparte's wars, died in) ", 6.. And all kinds of Fine Stationery 1 =

j, After three days more take cut into kettles famous spelling book which formed the p"Q' horn 1"0.
basis of a common school education the l85i-Th'"e'F;; h'd Pumping Outfits
i boil till it thickens, pour back first half of this century. At the ripe age defeated the Austrians Italians at GEN. J.situ E. HOW- Are You Supplied ? '! :I for Irrigation.Write .

into the barrel and fill up with cf 50 he began the equally famous dictionary Magenta. MacMahon won his marshal's .
Stir and devoted ten years to inquiry into baton and the
bailing water. thoroughly every title Duke of Magenta in this
the origin of our language He was 70 when battle. The Austrians Give Trial or call oa us for Anything in
for amonth acknowledged a loss us a
day and the will be
soap the first edition
[ appeared from the Our
.. press of 10,000 killed and wounded and the Line that you ne tl.MerrillStevens l
Etroag and good.-Housekeeper. yet he lived on 15 years.to labor for itf>>;ar- French 5,0)0.1871Telegraph ,
fection. j
I lS92-Grcat in the southwest communication with Chinawas
suffering from
'i I Ills Care."I floods; Arkansas City inundated and tens Ex-Governor established.Charles Collins Van JJandt And We Will Engineering Coj

1//: cured my husband of finding fault of thousands of acres of land m Arkansas died at Berkshire Mass. : s
// Louisiana
and Mississippi submerged, the
with the coffee. .1895r-Samuel; Washington Fuller, noted American -
damage to crops and property throughoutthe artist, died at Saratoga; born 1816l89 .
"HowoJ '
I, t. entire region by the floods being placedat -Austin Oorbin, the railway magnate,diedat FLA. :
"I let'Mii1'tnakect himself one morn J,200,001.1885Walter Newport,R.L born 1823. Ernesto Rossi
; 297
"Pfitfadelfihia Press. Quinton Gresham, secretary of I Please p"""""
ing. distinguished Italian actor,died Peacari; :
state died in Washington; born'1S::, born lad Jacksonville Marine Railways. 1

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< LAST LETTER. danger[ was that he would become as This season just passed has been the ; I

-- great a plague as the rabbits of Australia. most City Meat Market THE EAR MAN HOUSE
Water Hyacinths,Hippopotami,Man The people anathematized the commissioner THE REMARKABLE WINTER SEASON ,

atee and Big Sharks. of agriculture, and nicknamed that Florida has ever experienced.:
him the State has entertained GEO. S. ADAMS, Prop'r. .
N Probably Is now open for Winter Travel. _,
Northern .
Editorial Cor.Troy(N Bu'geL) "MONGOOSE JOE. doubly the number of guests that ever -"
Best of Aceo"'" rnoda tions. _
PAIM BEACH, FLORIDA, Wednesday, Joe was a juicy Englishman good before came to Florida in a single year. Affords.
FRESH FLORIDA MEATS, Table :Best the Market .
March 16 written who When I all the hotels have : ; .
1893.-I heretofore man weighed 300 pounds. On the East Coast : ? '_'<+
of Florida being the land of the left Hawaii the people were wonderinghow been full to oveflowing from Jacksonville ARMOUR'S-STAR HAMS,. -Batha in .et1ofte-

mighty jaw. But the jaw animals are long it would take for Minister to Palm Beach. Here many have '" r Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot.

rapidly disappearing. One of the queer- Mongoose to get up to Joe's size in his been turned away because there was no BACON AND BOLGNA. ArlareEB ;

est and funniest propositions that has work of extermination. room for them, and other places have _f --MR'S. S. E. EARMAN, > ,

yet been made to prevent the fate of This reminds me that the native Hawaiians been telegraphed to to send no more
the Dodo from coming to the jaw ani- think that the mosqnitos were gnests for want of room. When the hotels POULTRY, BUTTER AND EGGS. 11-4-9T WEST PALM BEACH FIX

mals-the alligator, crocodiles and introduced into Hawaii as a just punish. were full here they have given passes

"sich"-comes fromA ment for their angry folly. There were down and back to Miami on the rail <

JACKSONVILLE COL. SELLERS no mosquitos in the islands when the road to help break the congestion.Enforce Mail Orders from any Responsible "

who sees millions in the introduction to white man came. One day a whale p.-.- Parties in the County Hceiev BRELSFORD BROS: :'

the waters of the St. John's river of ship touched there, and the natives hada the Rules. Prompt Attention. 69Whidden's

herds of hippopotami from the rivers of quarrel with the sailors, beat them, .

Africa. It is known to most readers and drove them to their ship. A few It is reassuring to observe the well directed Real Estate and-Insurance

that the water hyacinths, by their enor- months later the ship returned, and efforts of the authorities in this ..

mous growth and prevalence, have very brought from the Northern seas mosquitos and other States to enforce obedienceto Market Palm Beach Florida. '

nearly destroyed the navigation of the which were the first ever seen in the sanitary laws. Cleanliness is always ,
St. The is how island. natives this think
upper John's. problem Many to day
desirable by those who have any regardfor Is Prepared to Supplyyou Notary FtiblicCotta.ggs to ELeaai
to rid of the the sailors in
get hyacinth, and thus re- brought the mosquitos as their own health and the health of "r
store the river freed from a punishment for the inhospitable with .... .
way .
their neighbors, and those who have not 6-1-97 Post-Office Building, North of Poineiana Hotel.
obstructions to freedom to navigation.So in which they had previously treated
it is most gratifying to know there are
serious have theHYACINTH the white whalers. All this aptly illustrates Good Meats at Living Prices
laws to compel them to be clean in
IMPEDIMENT the saying that we "had better
premises if not in person. JtresA Porjrl "
become that national aid has been endure the ills we have than fly to others Established 1875.
Within the past two weeks health
sought to relieve the from that know of."
waters thepest we nothing IJesf .' '
rules in various cities have been strictly r
so that navigation may be restored. I wrote of theMANATEE enforced and several of the holier-than- ]iou!trH William A. Bours & Co., ".

Formerly the St. John's was alive with : thou have been bustled off to prison hur
alligators, and while they abounded by.acinths or seacow. in my last. Yesterday a fInd eggs.
riedly. Because a man is a prominent
did sot. Whether the fact had male and female manatee, accompaniedby Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.
Native Meats
citizen and probably wealthy, is no reas- a specialty.Your ,
or had not an important connection I a manatee calf, swam near the pier
on why he should not be made comply
do not know, but it was true that when here so close as to give a good sight of with the health laws as well as the hum Patronage Solicited. ... No. 6 EAST BAY STREET, -:- JACKSONVILLE FrjL

alligators went out, hyacinths came them to the spectators. The calf swam 4. .
ble. When a man assumes himself so 1
n. Gen. Dumont, inspector general of between them, evidently for protection.Now Market on Banyan-Street,
important as to become indignant because We handle only the Best aad most Reliable Seeds. A cow plea e Stock of
steamer supervision came to the St. if our Jacksonville Col. Sellers
he is told his in
to put place proper -
John's one winter to learn if anything wants a"critter" to eat out the hyacinths sanitary order he shows a woeful lackof Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, .
could be done to relieve the river of the from the St. Johns and other Florida
common sense. He knows it is to his Meal Cotton Seed Meal Both Bright and Dark.AT .
hyacinth obstruction. Nothing came rivers he should cultivate the manatee .w. ,
interest, as well as to others near by
from the visit, and the problem yet re- instead of sending to Africa for a herd N. C. STOCKTON President. WHOLESALEState -
him, to abate every nuisance of a dis- JOHN ,
mains unsolved, how to get rid of the of hippopotami. The manatee of Flor RAYMOND D. KNIGHT, Vice-President.
ease-breeding natnre, and instead of get Fertilizer Co.
Agent sforTygert-AIIen
nuisance. ida is a large acquatic mammal has an ting mad and rearing around because he THOS. P. DENHAM Cashier. .
UNDER WATER CATTLE. elongated fishlike body like that of a Star Brand Fet1llizl'rs-Guarante4 Analysis Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer. Pure
is commanded to clean up be should ex- JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier. ground Bone,Nitrate Soda Muriate of Potash rtuiphate Potasn.Kant,eta These Fertilizers
Cattle eat the hyacinth in place of hay I whale, and in a picture looks something bare no Superior in the:Market,And a trial will convince.
his shame of being found in
press 10-S-W
when cast upon the shores of the river I like a seal. When semi-erect at a dis- Send for Catalogue,Frue-
filthy condition and hasten to quietly
and dried. They also formerly fed on tance they have a human appearance, .
comply. Don't everybody know unless -
this vegetable or grassy growth when increased by distinct lips and long whis- their premises are kept clean that there National Bank of .

growing on the bed of the river. It usedto kers in the males. In the Gulf of Mexico .
will turely be sickness and death? Yet -- '
be one of the sights of the St. John'sto they are 15 to 20 feet long. About ,.: ,', i ...'' ,.
know this and still will become ..
they some -)>. "V'- ',_ ., ..
see cattle, which had waded into the the Bearing Sea they are 25 feet long. .f : ":i'"o/,,'''' fJ':"'?>-'.
haughty if told of their unsanitary the State of FloridaTRANSACTS ,.
stream, with: their heads under water They are harmless and very tame. They
condition by an official whose duty it is
and their bodies above the surface feeding feed under water. The intestinal canalis "36:
to tell him. Put the law to them ands
on the hyacinths at the bottom. 12 times the length of the body. They =: ,
:>on they will be convinced that they PROSPECTORS
These cattle by long practice could keep feed upon algae and aquatic plants and '-- A-, .i
must it well others and
obey as as cases f .6
their heads under water while thus do not feed upon the shores. The man.

feeding without apparently breathingfor itee is the very chap to eat out the St. of negligence few and or far resistence between.-will Jacksonville soon become GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. .I _AND ....... I. :

an incredibly long time. How they Johns'[ hyacinths.THE Metropolis. ... ,-_. ,
could hold their breaths so long was a AFRICAN HIPFOTAMI

mystery. People going up the St. is not. He is a pachydermatous animal ,INQUIRER
John's were in the habit of timing how and is known in Africa also as the Accounts of Bankers ,_'

long the cattle could keep their heads seacow. But he is a river horse and nota I Merchants, Manufacturersand Will find THE TROPICAL SUN
thus under water, and betting on the cow at all, nor a manatee. He has a
i Individuals solicited....
time. 'The cattle no longer graze in that tremendous head and a powerful jaw, lift.i foaled to the muzzle every week with
way on the hyacinths on the river's bot andjives on coarse tough plants, aquatic -- just the information they want. .
tom. Result-the hyacinths have great. roots and grasses which he tears, crush id ,'
Capital Surplus $$190,000.Issue
ly increased their growths so that they es and grinds with six huge molars in Try it and be convinced. -&

now threaten to extinguish completelythe each jaw. His head is more like 'a '
Subsuriptiou Price-1 year, $2; Six Months, $1; Months. ,- 50 cti
navigation of the upper St. John's horse than a cow. His stomach can con our own drafts to all the princi- -
from this cause. The tain five or six bushels of vegetable mat
pal cities in Great Britain, Holland '.. "' ''
ALLIGATORS ARE GREAT SNEAKS. ter. He has an intestine S inches in _'. '.." '" : <' >'
France Switzerland '
Belgium, Italy,
., : : ::
It is claimed the cattle were driven off diameter, and his intestinal canal is 12 and t" -_ .
Spain, Portugal Germany. c- --'ie. -c';. < '
eventually from thus feeding by the 'ga. times as long as his body and more than ,

tors which would sneak and crawl along 120 feet long. lIe is 14 feet long, and JacksonvilleFlorida I .
the river bottoms and grab the cattle by sometimes 17. The hippopotami are ..' 1 S-2'M7 I ".:'

the nose, haul them under the water, shore eaters-the manatee is not. Whata "

and drown them. This was fun for the I Joy forever to the Jacksonville sausage I :
Lake Worth Works
'gators, but death to the cattle, who af- makers would be the domesticationthere
I Geo. S. Hacker & Son
ter a while learned by experience of of hippopotami with stomachs that

the dangers thus encountered. It was hold six bushels anti an intestine 120 Manufacturers,

sure death for venturesome calves. feet long! What a chance for stuffing! .Give Retailers and ShippersOf
... ---
Our Jacksonville Col. Sellers now proposes PALM BEACH FISHING. -

to import from As I write, word comes to the hotel h

AFRICA HERDS OF HIPPOPOTAMIand that they have caught a fourteen foot ss I Distill d U/ater.
Ice<; aid =-<
introduce them into the waters of shark at the pier. The guests have

the St. John's, in the expectation that gone down to the pier to see the mons

they will eat up the hyacinths. This ter. I guess the fish and the story got R. A. MCPHERRIN, Prop. 11

proposition may be serious, or it may elongated a foot or two in Its travels. The

be fun. It is a good yarn anyway. He But the shark was a whopper and big

proposes to segregate the hippopotami enough for any one to be amazed at the .1 Factory at WEST PALM BEACH.:. _

in winter, and if the water is too size of it. Another one was caught to-

cold for them to heat it in pools by hot day that measured nine and a half feet. MANUFACTURERS OF ,

water pipes. This Jacksonville Col. How is that for high? One man to-day,
Sellers is a Mr. Locke-and he thinks a guest here, caught 1,100 pounds of Doors, Sash, ,

he has got a "Locke on the understand fish in two hours and a half. Here is .
Blinds MouldingsAND -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -.
ing" of this question. Besides. be says his record as printed in a Palm Beach Sun. ,

that the hippopotamus can be tamed, domesticated paper: ... JO.anufaoturer of and

and learned to do his work "Maj. Chas Miller, one of the Inn's Building Material,

lie thinks he might be trained by at- popular guests was one of the happiest dearer in .

taching a torpedo to Ws nose, to go under men at Palm Beach yesterday; the cause CHARLESTON, S, C.ta' .

water to an enemy's flotilla and for all this good feeling was the fact : Largest Factory South.

tlow it up, a la Maine, and thus be a that he had broken all previous fishing Send for Prices.Spanish YELLOW PINE LUMBER f
great saving to the government. Also records of the season. At II o'clock in

that herds of hippopotami might be the morning the Majorert out to try A Chance to do Your _

sold to other regions afflicted with the his luck, and by 1:30 p. m. he returned fed and AND TIMBER.

hyacinth nuisance. Of course, "there's with Iioopoundsof fish, divided up as

millions in it.". follows: One shark 9)2 feet long, and

To be sure there is this draw back in weighing 400 pounds; one jew fish rgancy- # Mouldings, Turned Work, Fancy Scroll Work,

the hippopotami torpedo scheme. Ihe weighing 700 pounds."
Pickets, Laths. Orange and Vegetable Crates. }
.. trained hip. might get under the wrong UNDER THE PALMS. .
vessel and his advent prove as disastrious But if the fishermen have great sporton PineappleSlips
Jacksonville .:. .:. Florida.
the introduction of the ,
as waters it is still more lively and JOIL.

THE MONGOOSE INTO HAWAII.In the pastime in greater variety on the

that sweet "Paradise of Eden" the shore under the palms. Here in the and SuckersFor

rats and mice were so destructive to the warm sunshine of this genial clime thereis
Sale cl the Follow ing Varieties,\iz- .
sugar cane when growing as to seriously a great variety of outdoor pastime and Abbaka, Porto Rico, PirstO1assDDJOBWORKB.----
injure the crop. They gnawed the stalk sports going on in the open. There is Smooth Cayenne,

for the root of molassescandytastingjuice wheeling of all kinds, including pushcarts Egyptian Queen,

there was in it. When Hawaii setup 'rickashaws and mule car, or Golden
Ripley Queen, Queen,
as a republic a commissioner of agri. walking, or "constitutionals" to while White Antigue. .

culture was appointed and one of the away the forenoons, and in the after- Pernambuco,

first acts was to send to Jamacia for the noons garden parties shooting golf Enville. .

. mongoose to destroy the rats and mice. base ball and all good outdoor sports Nork Early delivery can be made part of the

The uiangoose is a kind of overgro galore. In the evening cake walks, fruit last month.from this Apply Plantation to having been picked

weasel. Wher. they set the man goose music, dancing, cards, and so forth. In
to work he soon cleaned the cane field this subtropical clime the mornings are C.C. .

of mice and then went for the rats, especially delicious especially to guests Florida Pineapple Company, j i

which speedily met a similar fate. haying horn the colder regions of the North. 5-21-97 West Palm Beach, Fla.

exterminated all these h:next went It was from these charming mornings --.

for eggs, nut for chickens, and then be where nature is all asmile with sunshine '

went for the henroosts and fowls. Ilav and balm that I first fell in love with WHEN in Jacksonville be sure and visit Indian River Nurseries.
ing cleaned them out the mongoose next Florida. It was in the long ago with your Old Friend who will surprise ,

went for cats aad dogs When I was genial friends that I first sang and felt you with Bargain in Budded Citrus! Trees of every variety oa Sour Orange and Lemon Stock; also full

there he was "going up higher," and it scharms "Upon the Okeehumpkee. Dry (i ir ilv (ClotliiiMr/ amitients lice of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this scctio', including
boll happy morns,thy wake! t
gloileu Budded Mangoes, Varieties of Crotons, Varieties of
people began to wonder when he would Let 'gator beast and birds still make 4. Km uNhings.............. Palms Roses, Strawberry 50 Plants, Pineapple Slips 25 Etc.
in his ascent reach the top of the scale. Their mirror'd toilets in the lake D. SINGER, Manager, I

The mongoose breeds monthly, and the Where flows the OkeehumpVee! II 11 Bridge-x291 street,Near JACKSONVILLE: Bay. FLORIDA, JOHN B. BEACH, Proprietor, -:- WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.THE .







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;: F :; WEST J'ALM BEACH, FLORIDA. Text of the Lesson Hath. xxrtJ, 35-5O. UJWvyAT3 Fine Nickle Movei ent in-Screw Bezel, Dnst-Prool Case-
sent to a ny address on receipt of $5.00.
Memory Venn, '35-37_Golden Text, I ===== =====

: I I buy i. METCALF, Cor. xv, Commentary by the BeT. D. gpectacFine es and 6j/e: lasses. : A) Popular Dry'GoodsHousSh

t1 EDITOR AND MANAGER. JI. Stearna. V Watch and Ji swelry Repairing Promptly Attended to. .

'kfl i -_ [Copyright 1S98. by D. M. Stearns. I Charges paid cue wa; y. R. J. RILES, Jacksonville, Florida.
35. "And crucified Him and
parted ""
they '!:
; YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION, $2 His garments, casting lots, that it might V: .- 5-ia 225 W. Bay, Everett Block, JACKSONVILLE FLA )

; I Ij be fuUfiled) which was spoken by the ''q The Leading Dry Goods Rouse 1
prophet, They parted My garments among
i1 f : i V V'I fUfl AND PACTS. Wandering Scribe.Visits the Truck Farms
j them, and upon My vesture did they cast .
lots. So it came to pass as He had many 5* -
I' I I4t With A of weeks THE SON man in the State.t'
times said that it would. But who can Witty Sayings Interspersed couple ago i

comprehend it? The Lord of glory, the Easiness Bargains. had the pleasure of seeing what the industry .

"H 'f. Creator of all things,hanging upon a cross -- of truck-growing really was in t The Largest Stock, The Newest Styles !
; with nails through hands and feet, made a Dont forget J. F. OLIVER'S when ,

i H : ; curse for me, made sin fur me (Gal.ill, 13; you want Fancy Groceries.As Dade.. ; at the Lowest Prices. .
; -I II Cor. v, 21), that I might be saved. He A ride by rail to Fort Lauderdale anda
1 AMONG OUR CHURCHES made the Iron that formed the nails and editor don't worry or sorrow, day's visit at that most hospitable and ; To all whom request we will send samples free of charge. _
V : For your news rely wholly on friend*: V
-- the wood that formed the cross and the PREPAY Charges on all ',
.1 _ WE Express
.. p. Dcn't write a line-steal orjast borrow. interesting resort. Stranahan's Camp,
"t'I men who nailed Him there and consented orders to the amount of $5.00 or over, 1
I tt i' Time and Place of Services,, Special to be subject to all for the time. That's the way that your ambition tends. put one in splendid trim for a ride a laj. when money accompanies the order.. :

: ; Notices 36. "And sitting down they watched buckboard down through the settlements V
t ; Week-Day Sunday Prof. Frank Idner is now prepared to I ?
:V Meetings. Him there." Compare Gen. nxvii, 25; do Piano Tuning and Repairing. Leave at Four Mile Hammock, Modellc, # The Best Equipped Mail Order Department

!' q I .i. -4.. hard Esther and ill,dead 15. How is the desperately natural heart wicked of man and orders at Idner & Son's. I Ojus and on to Snake Creek, where the Write for Samples and Try it.'Your Money pack if Goods Are Not as We Say. )

.; .1 : pIz3opatsezviees. no one knows but God Himself (Jer. xvii, Now all those who long lived would be travelers were most kindly received and Respectfully- .
'j .
) 9, 10). Perhaps you could not look upon Should come to this place by the sea, entertained by Judge P. W. White and V
Christ on the cross for you-you could not; For our climate so clear
I Mr. Clarence
'i'i Ex1scoM.Cnacn-Bethesda-by-the.Sea. Phillips.
j! V bear It. But can you look upon the multitudes Has a may with it here, i COHEN BROTH ERSt
REV.J.N. MUIFORD Rector. At the latter place the noted truck
j' ; P.F.v.L. I'rrz-J&MES HINDRV,Ass't Mini-ten for whom lie died, who know nnt Of lengthening your days for yon tree.
i I" of Him, and be indifferent as to whether : patch of two and one half acres owned
I ? Serrcc every tunday morning at II o'clock. Fine Coffees and Teas at Clematis
I' .' IN : Ssnll,).School at 3 p.m. they ever hear of Him Avenue Snpply Store. by Messrs. Clarence Phillips and Graham POPULAR DRY GOODS HOUSE
37. "And His head His
set up over accusation .
.1 :
) V The charca will retrain: open daring the W. King from which neatly 1,900
;! written, This is Jesus, the King Our doctors a living to make,
.1 Summer. of the Jews." It was written in Greek: Garden truck and pineapples must sell; crates of tomatoes had already been 1028Jacksonville, Florida.V V

i t : BsornitftViooD. OP ST. ANDREW.-;Meets on and Latin and Hebrew (Luko xxiil. 38), Our people no physic need lake shipped, and on which at the time of
V !the), Second and Fourth Wednesday of each for it was and will yet be seen to be a For the climate alone keeps them well. this visit there were fully 1,000 crates of ""'''''''''

: m nth./<'V I**F.H ISDRY.Director.f. truth of worldwide import. Until it be-; No need to send from home for nearly ripe fruit with scarcely an indi
,t: \ F.AitttSTSOXG comes a reality in the eyes of all nations away
'! :( JR. Secretary. the world will never have the peace and any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose canbUild cation of a crate ever having been taken

r prosperity that are in store for her (Jer.iii you one as fine or as cheap as you off, was visited, and here the report was
:. j :: : Itf. E. Chuf eh, South. 17; Isa. ix. 6. 7; Luke i, 32, 33). Let us I want. See him, and place your order. verified that about $2,000 had been the
I I.1' be obedient to Isa. Lxii, 6, 7, and remember -
V I Tis not the dead alonethat he
II : : Sen"ICN"i1! be held in the Knight of, Pjth Ps. cixii, 6. net returns for the crop as far as GHEfl G. STOT-1VI,
In the still and .
graveyard drear.
f: 1..11 on the First; ,Third; and Fourth Sunday? 38. "Then were these two thieves crucified Too shipped.At .
I' often do tombstones tell
,r ", of each mr-uth at u a. m. awl 7:30 p. m. Every with Him, one on the right band and I What isn't true, I fear. Modello, Ojus and Holland were A DEALER IN -_
peordh1y 5r.vite to attend. 1 was glad I another on the left. It is added in Mark
H viin they raid unto let Cleveland Lenler. seen acres of vines loaded with the
me. us into the house i
go xv, 28, "And the Scripture was fulfilled
a't'i t',I I; c-T the I/HiV KEV.J.K.WALKKB, ripened fruit, and for which the
.' I Iil Pastor. which saith. And Ho was numbered with I Fine new Irish.Potatoes at Clematis growers Staple and Fancy Groceries
\ II f ,; -V __ the transgressors." In His life they had I Avenue Supply Store. said they could get no returns after pay ,

P i. i Sta called Him glutton, winebibber, devil ing the heavy
Evening bodge, flo. 46, : transportation charges
; Mary had a little lamb thit tiu.e h.sx
and in His death they would proclaim to ; pu>afd -
,f. ; Knights of Pythias, the world that lie was naught but an evil away. No lamb could follow up the pace and commission merchants' fees; although Grain and all Food Supplies.COTJITTiRr V

V : I Me eveif Ft{day Night at 7:00: p.m.standard I doer and a liar, and He meekly submitted I that Mary leads to-dpy. For now &>t> rld'S when the markets were quite

;3 I ';i I tlM. Visiting brothers cordially invited. to it all. au air shied wheel IlIl
t : *'""'Cast'e Hall over Public School Building 39 40. "Savo Thyself. If Thou be the XoJauib shares! tier airy flight but juu can the big prices to yield a profitabove l
[' I':. I J.A.PtcuC.C. Son of God como down from tho cross.to see her calf,-Ex. necessary PRODUCE
:11 ti 1 1 V,\Vm-jnTER,K.of R. & S. ; Thus they reviled Him in Ills agony and --- freight and commission could not
II .. self imposed helplessness and made sport Botbuilding done right at home, in be reasonably expected to hold up for Always Fresh, Kept in Stock.
e' the
most approved manner, good work V
of His saying that He would raise the tem
long at a time. '
j' manship and at living prices. Call on Your Patronage Solicited -
i ple in throe days (John ii, 19-21), not
Capt. A. 1'. Rose. At Snake Creek one of the most interesting .
t knowing that they were preparing the way I
k'l- We t for Him to do that very thing. lIe could I lbs chainless wheel hall come at last..and meets sights was the young fruit farm 4-14 West palm Beach, f1 .

1 II 1 cannot see why Bachelor Dick have saved Himself. lie could have comedown the verdict "Good!" I planted out by Judge White, that well
des not get himself a belter half. from the But lIe could
cross. not known
From many knights and ladles tf the pedal I; and venerable gentleman whose
Himself and others
save But greater joy would fill our hearts if some faith in South Dade real estate and rocks
; ; JI Uncle Dudley is now preparing land to 41, 42. "If He be the King of Israel, let bright genius would
1 Him now come down from the cross andwe has always been so pronounced. Cer-
: put in a large crop of sweet pot aLoes.A Spring ii u a suffering world a palitless saddleDem "
rl J f1 -SiI will believe Him. But they lied for er Post. tainly,the Judge has fine, thrifty :young known to the business men who have S
they were children of their father John
( fruit trees to demonstrate his faith in been shown the Town Clerk's certificate
Jailer Cain has sold his trotting mule' viii, 4 i) and of the same stock as those Watch and jewelry repair ng by first ,
; and colt, to Dr. Hood, of Palm Beach. who rejected God as their King and de class w )rkmen, aud guaranteed, at I the! fertility of the rock land and itsability and it is but due to Marshal Jones that .5hirtsil

manded a king like those of other nations Iduer & Son's. to nourish and sustain tree this explanation be given in these col-, :

$ We still see ships goirg south.t Can it (I Sam. viii, 7; x, 19). How great the growth. umns. .
contrast In Nathaniel who said from the \olin;;POIJiDgtunexcitedly) a father .
V be something is going to happen down heart, "Rabbi, Thou art the Son of God; or a mother? Budded lemons and limes constitutethe Under the captition of this article :

that way? _ Thou art the King of Israel" (John i, 49). I Nurse (equally excited) -noth, sir! Mrs. bulk of his four acre field, while "A Very Serious Matter"-THE SON re- rThat's
1 43. "He trusted in God. Let Him de I Popingtou has Just presented you with two across the road he is having a good ferrs not so much to the trouble which -

_ .i :r Mrs, Thompson snd her t JFO lovely lit liver Him now if He will have Him, for i boys and two tcirls. sized tract made ready for grape fruit led up to the preparation of the libellous our topic for|
1 -_ tie children were the guests of Mrs.Cain: He said I am the Son of God. Thus Young Popinto.1 (still more excitedly The this week. We have!
trees. is
: one day this past week. they denied the Father and the Son and Great Scott! Quadrupeds! Judge as enthusiastic and document circulated in the streets,

rapidly filled up the measure of their In agile as the average man of oue-third although this is bad enough, considering just purchased

V Our iquity. See their word "now," they: A big supply of fresh Huckleberriesud his years, and is as courteous and entertaining the several repetitions of the offense, ji
pineapple have ? Watermelons at Clematis Avenue
commenced would have it done now. There is much
Supply Store. in his treatment of visitors as but to the questionable act of a town officer
shipping to northern markets. sin oven on the part of God's people in:
their Him the characteristic gentlemen of the old attaching the official seal of the
We trust they will get good returns. setting a time and saying Young BrileIdidnt accept Tom the first .
"now,"this day week month South, of which he is a town
_ or or or year. time lie proposed. type. to a document intended to injurethe

_ V j April comes but once a year but he they And find because fault He with docs Him.not This humor is neither them: Miss Kyval (alight'y enviousknow you Returning to Fort Lauderdale for a reputation and impute the honestyof NegligeeS

_ I dida't.Vouns. new start the next point of destinationwas another
brought a dog and cat thief with him faith nor patience but is more apt to be towu officer. Whether the I

- : COlle a *ain-- Mr---_' -AnrilI -.----...Tnnn.--- 11...-... ..... .........i..,.. r.V&t self and the deviL .'f..... ".-.Bride.......1._--\.-.How. ... ......da..........you..... H'n. know_,._?II..1..1..11.. Miami, to reach which one has to Town Clerk has the right to give his of. S II
;:j I::1 i ift fl I them left. 44. "The thieves also which were crucified Herald. .uu .uuvu. pass through field after field and prairie ficial signature to such a document is a : nlrts

: II Ii with Him cast the same in His teeth." --.- after prairie of truck farms, most all of serious matter-to attach the official seal I I

II ; Ourneighbor: \ Mr. Burrows has been tho But joy one of afterward faith in repented Him and and went gave to paradise Him- THEY SAY- which were cultivated for the first time of the town is much more so.Vill the : Attached Collars &

ut feeling somewhat under the weather for with Him that day (Luke xxxiii, 41- That some children would do better in this! sea&on. The sight was a revelationand Town Council and the Mayor do their .

I the past few days, and we hope his Atlanta 43)). On the cross Is seen as nohero else houses where there was less gilding and a marvel, even to one resident in full duty in the premises ? : Cuffs, Fast Colors

: t M. D, will bring him out all 0. K. the love or God to us (I John iv, 9; iii, more carving. the County and in fairly clo-e touch Well Made former
I' 16)), and about the cross is seen every | ,
,. The phase of the human heart. That aujbody can err but only a with its development. ? A CARD. I
!I :I County Commissioners Pitts, 45. "Now from the sixth hour there was Christian can forgive. And Miami! But of that one must Since putting the above article in type price, $1 to $$1.25- _

1- Lainhart White and. Shone Sheriff darkness over all thc land unto the ninth i make a separate story. The scores of the editor of THE SUN has been handed : your choice
Cbillingwoith and Clerk A. F, ; hour." Possibly the reference io Amos That a fool is often mistaken for a ,
familiar faces made one feel at home the following card from J. E.Glenn
: held their regular viii, 9, Includes this darkness while pointing wise man as long as he keeps his mouth ,
1 meeting on Monday, onward to something yet to be fulfilled. shut. despite the air of city life and metro- the request that the same be published; : 75 cents.

I t I : iness.disposirg of a quantity of important bus- We know that God is light, and in Him is politan appearance of terminal station, To the Citizens of West .1'tulU. Beach: i -- -
no darkness at all (I John i, 5). and darkness That many a :young man who has
naturally paved streets imposing brick I
take this
is suggestive: of evil and of satan (I entered would occasion to make 13' l-s doz. Negligee
a career
lif; ? upon
t The fore swap blocks, etc. But if this must be a known to the citizens of West Palm
of the
week Tbess.
part Senator E. v, 5; Eph. v, 8; Col. i, 13; Judavi,
steady job. Beach
Ii N, Dimick Capt. Ger Major Dtwey 13). Even the sun refused to look upon story the Wandering Scribe will that the certificate given by i. Shirts, no collars, e
i .1 I i and Sheriff Chillingworth in such a. scene as its Creator suffering for That yellow fever would be a cure for stop right here to catch breath for the me as of said town uuder its fast
were town incorporate seal colors
the sins of men. to W.L. Grant bear : ,
j I; t: 'on business. Capts. Br lsford Pitts and 46. "And about the ninth hour Jesus yellow journalism. v next chapter. ing date June 8th, 1898 is erroneous,

I 1-; I, Hall were also here later in the week onofficial cried with a loud voice, saying, Eli, Eli, That as warships have been named ---eA ----- due to my fault in relying on my 50 cents each

i,Ji; business.A o' lama, sabachthani-that is to say.ily God, for Harvard and Yale. Yassar claims it is Very Serious Matter. memory rather than consulting the
1. t- My God, why hast Thou forsaken Me?" her turn rext. ..' town recordsami; the reflections cast These were 75 cents I

l :! Juno is still at the head of the Lake While chapters are devoted to the sayingsand At Mayor's court yesterday morning upon the Town Marshal, Paul C.
doings of Herod and Pilate and the That the "American pigs' policy to- Jones, are uufounded.as appeared by to $1.36.
;1 i V andwe believe it to be the best Will Grant fined and the I
in was
place cost for town records, and due
; chief priests and others at this time, there words Spain is of the "whole hog or tom} said
k V .J the County. On Monday all the land in, are but seven sayings of Christ recorded none" disturbing the peace while drunk the mistake. This is something which ---- ----- Jt:;';.

::1 'J; V Dade County was brought, up here to sell In the whole four gospels, and they seem variety. night before, and for resisting an officer I regret, said certificate having: been IA large lot of good
and was stacked to have been in thu following order: Luke That it will be a cold day when we and those given Mr. Grant gratuitously for his R
I up acre acre lot : deputized to assist in getting
xxiii 3-1,43. John xix 27 Math. xxvii self-vindification and not con : Laundered Shirts
11 ; forget the Maine template t
\ i" after lot and pile after pile. and we have 16; John xu, 28, ;;Oi; Luke xxiii, 46. One ; him to jail where he was kept over ing that it was to be used for any ,
more good land at home than we can suggests that they tell us of His love for That there will be several hot days night.It other purpose J. E. Glenn. : 68 cts eachAgoodWork f?

"!J :; dispose of just now.We sinners, receiving the penitent, caring for I for the Spaniards before our cool days seems that it took four or five ment West Palm Beach, June, 9. "' .
\ ..' .. our need, the depth of His sufferings, His : begin. ....-- -- -- -- -- -- "'--..,'.
) hold the prisoner while he < ;:
; V feel thirst for souls, the boundless word, the triumph was being Of all the ways of advertising the
it ,
!!t our duty to give our enter of faith. Another has said concerning That the Star Spangled Banner gets tied and then he refused to walk and best, most certain, and cheapest is Shirt, i;

\ prising Commissioners White and Shone them that they arc deeper than tho sea, there ever)" time with every star a glit had to be carried to the jail and while cf using the columns of that fast full size
credit for working in behalf of good higher than the heaven, brighter than the tering. confined there used the most profane a good newspa- ,
; roads with a will and sun, and need not the lamplight of our paper. Intelligent people with money and
successfully I
securing the length35cts.
h : themeans explanation. Concerning the one in our That up to this time, politics don't language to town officials as they to spend always: read the papers.Pressand
build .
.; to same in their sec lesson some refuse to believe that; Ho was seem to have stuck its finger in the war passed by the jail door to the regular I Printer.

; tion. Had the commissioners in the up forsaken and say that Ho only felt like it pie. meeting of the town council that night.At Same as above betster |r
i i ; per part of Dade worked with 'the because the agony was so great. :My only the trial it was shown that Grant I

V ,if 1 \ sime view, we too would! have been answer is that He was the Truth and He That in the bright lexicon of woman had once before been arrested aDd had UTttr4E.. H. DIMICK, I grade, 60 cts.A1argeassortmeflt. i
the truth. TV
always spoke
ale there is no such a word as tolerance. -- ----
to find ---- Ji
our of
out ProprIetor
town without
way forfeited bond he
4749. His saying was about as well understood a had put up for appearance -
j That the book i1og
a guide.' that
I V V as many of His sayings were by i helps some men at that time in the hands of ;
\I His owndisciples. He was talking to God, tie most is the check book. Marshal Jones. Palm i latest I .
\ The pleasure loving part of our commanity Ilia Father and they thought lIe was calling I That, though advice is Shirts,
It \.. on_Friday afternoon,like the Ar.1 ____for 1_>_Ellas._ L Not..much. worse. .. than_ when_ j I men could profit by it. some Later in the day yesterday a certifi- 'patterns $1 to $21
4 V aoi, folded their tents and quietly stole i IiIK"lKlng W ms aiscipies 01 me laise doctrine cate over the signature of the Town Beach ,

.- away to the sea shore. The chief of theparty He was of speaking the Pharisees vi tread they for thought the that That life is like a tale of woe that is Clerk J. E. Glenn, and bearing the official .: each. :/.

j. < believing he had body. partly told and-(to be contined in pur : seal of the Town of West Palm -
found 60. "Jesus Call
the trail of when lIe had cried again Drug : and see themAnthony .J
the great Dragon referred to( in Revelations with a. loud voice, yielded up the ghost. next.) Beach was exhibited to the businessmen .
I Chapter 13 and the In verse 46. as well as here Matthew -- ---- councilmen and others over town, @

together in people gathered speaks of His crying with a loud \oice. Lieut A. R, Merrill and Chief Quartermaster setting forth that the town records 'i-.Store. I
great mass both This
young would not indicate the extreme weakness
and old and E. T. Atkinson of the U. S. X., showed that never before June 7th Bros.Merchants
of ,
equipped themselves with a dying moment under such awful ,
grass blades, rraphook pitchforks, bush- circumstances, but rather confirm His formerly of the Naval Reserves, were during Clerk Glenn's term of office, had I

axe, pistoles guns etc Pitching their words elsewhere: "No one taketh My life here to-day to arrange for the transferof said Grant been under arrest, and this -- -DEALERS IX___
from Me. I lay it down of Myself." Some the coast signal station from :
tent on Sandfly and Jupiterto certificate was used 1 to substantiate the .
Rulge hoisied
; their say that lie died not because of the sufferings Palm .
bars, placing thtir yi wig and old beneath of crucifixion, but because of a broken Beach. The point selected for assertion and implication that Marshal West Palm Beach; Florida. ILetters :

them The able bodied men and heart, which was made manifest when the erection of the signal tower is just Jones had pocketed the money put in Drugs Toilet Articles ,

; women tramped the beach from the blood and water flowed from His side. north of the Palm Beach Inn. The detail his hands at that time for an appearancebond. S ..i"' i"ri'i,-),i'i'.i'.i'ji'"' '"'' !) i
early It ia finished. He is dead. His body is left this -U:'
: at station will consist of --:"
evening until the dawn of day looking for Joseph and Xicodeuius to lay kindly p enthabeen: granted'Corporating
( for the brute they ,expected to rise up away. He committed His Spirit unto His 1 Chief-Quartermaster E. T. Atkinson When the certificate was shown to Fine Stationery f
; : out of the sea. Father, and to His Father lie went and Quartermaster L. P. Pink ton, F. R. Mayor Gruber he immediately proceededto and the Florida East -;,. .

--.- -- very soon welcomed the redeemed one from Edwards and H. A..Luce (the latter being make an examination of the town Drainage & Sugar Co.. with $JfJl1tOI('6

the cross next to His own. Where are telegrapher and D. A. capital. with to build and .
) purpose
Jenkins, records and there found Druggist
II. T. Grant returned last week from they What is it like Why does no proper entry of Sundries T3P
; one ate
: for
Landsmab. The transfer of the I dredge boats, dig canals
1 squad the bond
V V Gomez on Indian, River, where he has come back to tell us more about It? appearance reported by the
IJ i been erecting a small structure for John Blessed are they that have not seen, yet from Jupiter to Palm Beach will take Marshal and duly recorded on the Prescriptions Carefully Compounded age and navigation, erect and oi* ff

i; B. Beach his have believed that to die is gain, to depart place within the next ten days or two books. Of course this last the East Coast sugar mills and other mannficti, ;
V on step on Business
nursery there.
property and bo with Christ is far better. weeks. Solicited. etc.-Ex. .
part of the Mayor was not generally WEST PALM .
BEACH, H0-j)6. S $crfcs for r.c S .


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