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 23, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075915:00257
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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rllflNDlANB/IYERNFWw8na61.rfirft* rNE nOFlCAL SUM,*.rf::*..p 18.1891.. 7887.1CMMrfat :J 'WEST PALM BEACH, BADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, JUNE '23, 1898. VOLUME XII, NO. 19.

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PERSONAL PICKINGS. proper care his eyes will regain their HERE AND THERE. CORRESPONDENCE. drowning a horse or breaking wagon.. TOWN TOPICS.

.. former usefulness. .. i -_-
People as They Come and Go-;People Scraps of News About This and That Interesting I Items Gathered by Our We do not know but that the "Gold- ,Local Happenings From Our Note

You May or May Not Know. Chas. H. Miller ,was a passenger on and Different Things. Scribes Throughout the County. Dust" was in action as she was in port Book and From'Other Sources..

-, .. the southbound traia to Miami Monday ... ... disabled and the ,captaiu says she was ..

Glen G. Strohm left for Fort Lauderdale night-and he hasn't reached home yet Bergen, Norway, boasts a paper I f BOYNTON BREEZES. fired on by the steamer Eclipse. The Congregational church of this

Friday and has not been hearlof Miss Harriet Wilkinson? as will be church large enough to seat 1,000 persons .. .. town is now seated throughout with folding *

since. seen by the official minutes of the Coun the building being rendered fire- J H. B. Murray is having a considerableof UNION LOCALS. opera chairs.

ty School Board, has been assigned as proof by a solution of quick lime, inside carpenter work done on his ..
The raihoad dock of the P. B. C. Ry.,
N. Parker to town last weekin
J. got up teacher of the Palm Beach school for curdled milk and white of eggs.-Ex. residence. Several of our farmers are clearing this
at place is being torn to be rebuilt
time to of the weather '
dry on
land for .
the ensuing year. Miss Wilkinson is a I pineapples.J.
and .
Prosperity Ridge. sister of Mrs. E. H. Dimick. Two of the, transports at Tampa went i.'C.E. Chase and Postmaster. W. H.

down to St. Petersburg the other day, Cox are having additions built to their C. Rickards, of Boca Ratone was W. Burkhardt has caught the prevailing .'
Col. G. A. Worley of Miami has John II. Hill supervisor of tracks for
accepted ,
and while there the soldiers "cleaned respective homes. the guest of,the Blackmer family Sun fever and. as a result new paint
the appointment of Justice of the this division of the F. E. C. Ry.. left last day.
out" saloons. It is the
presumed is being applied as an adorment to his
Peace for that precinct. night for Miami where he will have .1
the boys were full of "patriotism.- T. D.-:Moore is one of the several prospectors store front on Clematis Avenue.
charge of the construction of a mile of 0 Mrs. Tenbrook spent one day last
Gainesville Sun. here who has decided to locateon
Mayor Gruber succeeded in 'getting side tt.ack.for: the convenience of the V week at "the City at the Foot of the
Lumber is the and works
the east side of the canal. on ground
home from Jacksonville Friday night, to be at that Lake."
troops quartered soon place. A dispatch in the Times-Union of already begun on the framing of the
several I
much to the of of his
surprise I
friends. Tuesday says that orders were received Building and improving is all the go, The picnic given on the beach last Episcopal Chapel of West Palm Beach.

Knights cf Pythias-Attention! Monday at Mobile to move the two brigades now that the vegetable crops are mark. The work is under the supervision of R.
... Monday was well attended, and a good
Lieut. A. R. Merrill was here Tuesday of volunteers stationed, there to eted and the quiet days of Summer are time G. Snlzner.
inspecting,the signal station of the U. S. Friday night is the occasion of the Miami Florida. This means about 5,000 : with us.ChasW.. was by all.
N., at Palm Beach. He left for Miami election of officers for Evening Star soldiers to be quartered in Dade. \/! We are glad to note that Miss Irene J. D. Mathis is arranging to lengthen
Lodge, No. 46. Every member is his Clematis Avenue Supply Store'six
expected Pierce
that night and will return here tomorrow our popular young Rickards, of Boca Ratone, has been
to be pres:ut. Yesterday evening the movement of merchant is having his store enlarged ap teen feet, to meet, the demands of his
pointed school teacher at this place.
--e. troops to the number of 8,000 men from to Keep up with the progress and growthof growing business and to give more room

Miss Maud Earnest expects to leave, :Mobile, Ala., to' Miami began The the settlement. and facilities for the bakery department.The .
Lake Worth Home Guards, Attention! Temple Burton and Prof. Hobbs came
the last of next week for a visit to first trains are expected to pass here i down from
Boynton Saturday night.
friends and relatives in the Buckeye An inspection of arms will be held in tonight or tomorrow morning, and three The colored people of this settlement I They report work on the the N. S. Boynton georgeous bloom of the royal

State. She will visit in Cincinnati and Lauther's Hall on Friday, June 24th, at trains per day will be run until theo are improving their homes and properties hotel progressing rapidly.The poincianas is a beautiful sight at Palm.

Hillsborough. 3 p. m. Every member is expected t troops are all moved. now that the rush of the trucking Beach, even when viewed from the

be present. season is over and they have more leis. pineapple crop is holding out West Side. Pity 'tis that the tourist
\V. K. Toombs has been transferred L S. Light, of Marion county, real. are friends can not see in all its beauty the
From this date Company Drill\ will beheld well, and the people here from the
from the Eau Gallic office to the railroad ized last year from his farm, after paying flower in whose honor Palm Beach's
on Friday at 3 p. m., until further .; Six Northern states are convinced that there
telegraph office at West Palm notice. Jxo B. McKENNA. $3.00 freight vegetables, $.t 400. or seven parties from the interior is more money in truck farming and famous hotel is named.
Beach. Mr. Hatch has been bent from lIe sold $2.200 worth of beans, made of the State are in correspondence with ,
18 pineapple than there is in farm '
this point to Jensen. June 1898. Capt. 1,oo crates of tomatoes and 1,500 gallons parties here, and it is their expectation ing in their growing native states. In this paper will be found quite a
--e-- tojpurchase and settled hereat catchy little selection of writtenby
of sirup. He now has a crop of property poetry

Frank C. Gardner, custodian of Prof. Kloedlkers Meet Misfortune. eighty acres of tomatoes. .an early date. The many friends of Deacon Rowan one of the young men now on duty attheiGjovU.Signal ; t/

C. B. Cory's houseboat, has his charge '_ \-- J,( :. -. were at the depot 'one' morning last Tower, at Palm Beach. f

safely anchored in the. cove south o7 i ; A report circulated on the streets is to The steamer St. Sebastian passed by r Chas. W. Pierce and H. B, Murray, week to see him start for Washington When at Jupiter the boys got rather
town where summer wind storms are the effect that the party that Lit this here esterday enroute to Key West o two of our best known citizens, made a D. C., where he expects to spend the unesome and. the quietude inspired thevel'S

hardly likely to reach it. place to seek weir fortunes in the Copper with another cargo' of gun carriages. business jaunt to West Palm Beach most of the time until Fall when he will S THE SUN has copied from the

River region of Alaska, have met Another shipment is already in Titus- Wednesday. Mr. Murray was accom- return and raise another of Lima Times-Union of Monday, under the cap

Jas. C. Harris as principal and Miss with dire misfortune before even reach ville awaiting their return. Capt. Buie panied by his little son. beans.J. crop tion "Lazy-Land"

Lulu Angevine as assistant will conduct ing the promised land. hopes to make this run with fewer delays -

the West Palm Beach public schools for It is said that they embarked from the than he experienced on the last Boynton has had her struggle, as F. Beck Hillsboro, was in towna Services at the Congregational church

the ensuing year, so the County School i Pacific shore in the steamer they built trip. have the other settlements on this part few days ago to procure a warrant for next Sunday at the usual hours. The

Board decided at their session last Fri I for the trip, but found the Japan Cur of the coast, but she has never had the one of his neighbors who pointed a I pastor will speak on "The Work of The

day. ,rent so tuinutuous: that their craft was The Ocala: Star tells atout a practi die-back and her successful crops argue loaded gun at his bead, but as onr Justice :. Holy Spirit in Regeneration" in the

not sufficiently sea-worthy and had to cal joke perpetrated in that city as follows well for her future growth and develop of the Peace was not sure that it. morning, and in the evening on "'he

M. K. Lyman starts for Canada next secure the assistance\ of a tug steamer to : "A citizen on mischief bent, ment. was in his jurisdiction the warrant was Parable of the Lost Coin." Christian'Endeavor -

week on a vacation visit to his old homein tow them across; that when they leached telephoned up town that there! was a ocean not issued. Consecration meeting at seven

the Dominion. Mr. Lyman has had Alaskan shores the charge made for services dead soldier at Carmichael's saloon, he Major Boynton's hotel on the '; o'clock. There are now comfortable

charge of the Canal Co's interests at at lowing was so excessive thatthe having assaulted an officer who killed beach is being pushed right along under MANGONIA MUTTERIXGS. seats for all, and a hearty welcome is
Boynton for a long time and has earneda him. A Contractor S. S. Linton's direction.
great people rushed extended
party had to give up boat, machinery many to every one not attending
good vacation point. provisions and equipment to satisfythe down, some of them in carriages, as a The siding is on, the roof completed and Gale & Co's wharf and tramway has elsewhere.

demands made and enforced. quicker means of reaching the spot. work on the inside finishing will be been repaired its entire length.
Gus Anthony is literally "boiling under this week. Quite a party of men from this
This report, which THE SUN trustsmay They arrived on the scene to find an way young

ov r" these days. Whether it is good be found incorrect is not calculated empty beer bottle with a black ribbon --. -. Will Collins is chain man up at the town enjoyed(?) au excursion the first

humor or bad blood deponent sayeth to encourage, particularly; either the around its neck, lying on a billiard JUNO JINGLES. canal while Capt. Burrows is off on a of this week up to L&ke Worth Inlet

not-but Gus says this is no joke and hedon't friends of the party or those citizens table, the soldier having been killed vacation. John[ Hill was not satisfied with parting

propose letting anyone bump up here who have invested in th by strangulation. The crowd had a The pineapple growers are still for- company with his moustache, but let a

against him if he can help it. capital stock of the money expedition. edrink and told Mr. Carmichael to chargeit warding their fruit to Northern markets. James R. button's name can be taken generous portion of the skin on his face
from the sick list now-He has been to
.. ._ to the "dead soldier." ;o. Max Sirkin went into training as a
Frank A, Reynolds returned Saturday -- Rain is needed badly here, so muchso town since last report. barefooted beach pedestrian and now

from his Key West trip and contemplates An Unwarranted.. Assault. I that if it don't come soon there will shuffles around the streets like a man
Constable John Frohock passed F. A. Rowley is now the proprietor of
going back to that city the last of be no need of it. : with a bad case of gout. They all for
this week to look after his launch whichis Tuesday morning C. E. Merchant, of through here to Juno to-day with three the launch Mary Mac, formerly owned
the decree to off
in charter there and Mangonia' made what seems to have prisoners whose destination was the by West Palm Beach's Postmaster, J. C. got government "keep
to attend
to the Mrs A. M. Field spent Sunday with the It is said that the vote to
Stowers. grass. go
been an unwarranted and certainly a County jail. Alfred
They were Johnson
other ,
business interests he has in the Mrs. Kollock at West Palm Beach, returning again next week was not unanimous.
Island most vicious and brutal assault on M. who was bound over to appear at court
City.L. home Monday. Mrs. M. N. Buiris. president of the
E. Spencer, of Lake Worth, one of the on a charge of larceny, but jumped his; .
-- --- W. C. T. U., of Chatt ,uooga, Tenn., is
Marvin in oldest and best known residents of the bond and skipped to Key West and was The Fourth of be A Curiosity Seeker and a Cracker.
was seen town this week Lake. July is to c celebrated ll t \L>itiug her sister, Mrs. E. H. Sherman, V
for the first time in many weeks. His picked up on his return to Miami; Dan here in Juno this year by County Commissioners at Rivera. -
Mrs. Merchant took and in the
a :
recovery from the serious illness he has iel Henderson was ayotner, convicted of: and County Court. Joe Barman, the original Cracker

passed through is a matter of satisfaction placing a loaded revolver at Ir.Spencer's larceny add carrying concealed weapons The Royal Poincianians are now in drummer of Florida, who has been trav-

to his many friends here Mr. Marvin head and threatening to kill and sentenced to sixty days confinement Judge A. E. Heyser spent three days full bloom. It is too bad our Northern eling through Florida and southwest J/

says he will stay pretty close to him, after he had been knocked down in jail; Lige Smith was the third < of the past week at his orange grove visitors don't stay to see such a magnificent Georgia for the past six years in the interest

Everglade Plantation until he has regained and pounded viciously by her husband.The and be was going up on a thirty day near Riviera, returning to Juno Monday. sight.A of Robert W. Simms' wholesale

more strength and vitality.Wm. charges given by the Merchantsas sentence for assault and battery. Albert bouse, is generally in a good humor but

a reason for the assault are not given Johnson came near liberating all the Mrs. M. P. Cain and Mrs. A. E. Hey carload of cans, over 100,000, has Joe lost his temper at Port Tampa yesterday

A. Bours & Co., one of THE any credence by the friends and ac prisoners in the :Miami jail the other ser visited Jupiter one day this past been unloaded at the canning factory and has gone to Jacksonville

Sux's well known Jacksonville adver quaintances of Mr. Spencer as the lattergentleman's night by prying off bars in the window, reporting a pleasant trip via county roadit during the past week, which looks a lit get a new one with "yanisee" trim-

,,' tisers, have secured a big contract fosupplying reputation is too well but Constable Frohock discovered the was a little too warm to be enjoyed like business. mings.
established: in this section to admit of fully. Joe was walking up and down the
hay and grain for the use of the game in time to prevent it. Miss Susan and Rose Sanders madeus
the Government ct the camping such charges having any foundation platform waiting for a train when he
groundsin Mrs. Kaiser and Mrs. Cain made a visit from Sunday night till Tuesday
whatever. a II noticed a little lady with kodak.
This of that a
that city. The firm is a live, city can boast an industry ,
and reliable one and well progressive deserves The unfortunate affair occurred on tbe exists in no other section of the State. flying trip to West Palm Beach enjoying morning, when they returned to Every time he would come near her she

the patronage given. them.J. Lake Worth postoffice wharf and wit It is a "prepared palm manufactory," a buggy ride last Friday, returning the I their temporary home at Jupiter. would try to get a shot at him. Finally

nesses say that Mr. Spencer, who is just and is known as the Florida Palm Co., same day and reported a good time all Last the Joe stopped walking, tilted his bat on
Wednesday night
A McGuire, of the firm of McGmrc convalescing from quite an illness and with headquarters in the AgriculturalFair round. brought down the Signal Service paraphanaiia sethe- : back of his head and stood at atten-

& McDonald arrived has been under a doctor's care, was tion.
here last building the entire structure
Mr. Thompson brother of Mrs. Keis- from Jupiter, including the
and to-day is for the knocked down and beaten without any it is The little lady smiled :and took a shotat
arranging the
large as occupied
construc being by er, was unfortunate while away from Juno men, and landed it at the Royal Poinci-
tion of a building 40x100: feet in size to warning being given or any opportuni material in process of manufacturing, or bis pineapple patch Leing burned ana wharf. him. Joe was confident that he had
ty to even inquire the cause alleged fort made a good impression, so calmly walk-
be erected near the north line of the Flag with the finished product; and that pro over through the carelessness of partiescamping

let premises on the East Side. The e attack.-- --.--- duct, the leaves of the saw palmetto on the canal.C. Three young men and a boy from upon ed his np photo.and asked her why she wanted

building is to be used for the protectionand which are gathered, dried and then V Indian River were visiting at Geo.
The edict has forth that no soldier "Well, see," replied the little!
gone you
propogation of choice plants and "prepared" for the market, with processes H. Bai'ey and sister sailed away W. Sears last week, and Monday theywent
must wear suspenders, and this lady, "I have been hearing considerableabout
flowers fo: the hotel grounds. private and covered by patent from Juno on Wednesday last in their back in the 'glades to hunt alligator
means that no American can possibly Florida Crackers, and you were
These handsomely manipulated saw fast sailing yacht for Cocoanut Grove and are still at it.
surrender. Imagine the pointed out to me as being the only
Nelson E. Cowles, well known consequencesof person
as leaves find market allover
a ready make the .
to latter --
expecting ---
Dade's Tax Assessor for giviag up the belt of cartridges! Verily place their I in the State that would admit beinga
i is
some years, the United. States and Canada II
future home.
have burned They have our best wishesfor I A Boston paper says that the Cracker and that
we behind
paying this section a short visit our suspenders a you were generally
M r. Large orders came from such cities as their future.
Cowles has been in Jacksonville for a und must now conquer-or lose Boston, New York,Philadelphia, Chicagoand I women of that city are showing their known as the 'Cracker drummer,' so I
our trousers.-Times Union. patriotism by wearing red, white and wanted your photograph in collection -
long time having expert; treatment for San Francisco The last city named We would like to call the attention of my
blue garters. A St, Louis declines of curiosities."
ocular trouble that for
some time especially seems to have taken a great County Commissioners to the crossing
to accept the story. It says the Boston Joe was satisfied-thoroughly satisfied,
threatened the total loss of his eyesight If Sherman was right when he said fancy to the plant. These leaves are at the canal south of Juno. The lighteris
His friends will be glad to know that he "War is hell" why shouldn't Spain go used for decorative purposes.-Orlando all right but the banks are so steep I girls may have that kind of patriotismbut and as he walked away he was heard to
it does
not believe they are showing about
murmur something
has improved very much and with to war?-Ex. Sentinel. it is almost impossible to cross without I it. admiringsomebody's
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I I I f ftt trDmtttl im.i : eleven for, to eight!.against, the resolution Pensacola f and Atlantic Division of d k

1 i :!' l many present,not voting. the: Louisville and Nashville Railroad. .

; f I III Il Letters from Voters unable. to attend Georgia Southern and Florida Rail 8 .". ,,

i r way Company. :,.
but desirous
of their
II Ii! ; GUY I. METCALF. EDITOR. having Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West .
11.1 preferences recorded, were read, and Railway. New Spring Goods

", J .J on motion were referred to the Executive Pensacola Alabama and Tennessee
OF ,, ,,
I !H : Florida Press Association. Committee as information.On Railroad Company. t F-T-T-r T -. - -" -
1 motion, it was declared thsense e Jacksonville and Atlantic Railroad. **

: i ; I AFFILIATED WITH of the meeting that the electionor And full passenger fare shall be four & Co. :

; : National Editorial Association, selection of delegates to the Stat, ((4)) cents per mile and half fare shall be I 4' L4! Kohn Fur hgOtt ; .

f"] 'I III and ,Congressional Convention be two: ((2)) cents per mile on the following ftT
/t ; SUBSCRIP710N left to the County Executive Com. named Railroads in said State, to-wit: . -
II : : : Atlantic Suwannee River and Gulf
j ". .. One Year,In advancBlx *',,...-.....-........_.2.00 mittee. The Leading and Largest DIY 55i Millinery and SiSiHS; _
n ,: I! Monthtr In, advance,.-......._....._.$.1.00i There being no furtherbusiness the Railway. stock, and are daily receiving large Spring India Goo -
1{ J .} 'J:fu'eo.IrI 4ntks.(n advance......_.....:... COTHCBSDAT meeting adjourned sine die. Gainesville and .Gulf Railway Com* Dress Goods; Silks, Organdies& White offered now at our Popular' Low -
I I +. Notions, Laces, Straw Hats, Etc., which are.
\ J' poop Hosiery: Linens Hos-
i\ .-" E. H. DIMICK Chairman. Prices. A large quantity of goods are imported direct by as, such as Silks, Dress Goods, ,. -_
t Carrabelle, Tallahassee and Georgia ,_
1 6; 1. l.tlLlS.I" !>>"ZYEEY, AT WEST PAL v GOY I. ]METCALF, Secretary Railway. levy and Org ??. Samples cheerfully sent on application.line of Spring Goods at as low prices asStates
; -: :BUCII.DADB COUNTY,. FLORIDA.ESTEXED.AT To our Wholesale Trade we offer a large andcomplete
ij Atlanta and Western branch of the any house in the United / Liberal Terms and the usual Cash Discounts offered. We solicit the '
them that we shall give them very lowest possible .
Florida East Coast Railway. patronage of the merchants throughout the State, assuring
: i cii''A1 IECO D-CUSS MATTER. Florida Midland Railroad. v TTTTTTTTT- .
,t -- 4 S Live Oak and Gulf Railroad
The T-U, and C. correspondence of Atlantic Valdosta and Western.Company. We are showing large and elegant line of Clothing; Gents' :Furnishings --

f; PloneerPaperof County,and the OldestPublication the 19th from Miami has misleading Window Shades Lace Curtains, Trunks .
'J gt on the East Coast of a Yollow River Railroad of Florida. Carpets, Matting, ,
!' y caption to the article viz: "The the Commission this ,
't Florida between Tltnsville Adopted by i4th Etc. at Low Prices. =

i I and Key West. Democratic Executive Committee day of June A. D. 1898.R. $ .,. . . . . . . . . . m ,m m r .'. > .
H. M.DAVIDSON Chairman
Adopts the Convention Plan. Unless ,

1 Bert Advertising Medium on the rant Coast indeed, it be taken for granted H...E. DAY, "Kohn Furchgott & Co.
I' : 'I l of Florida.DEMOCRATIC J. M. BRYAN, Commissioners. ,
I, I ; that the precinct committeeman of '\

t : Miami is the "Democratic Executive '

!' f 1 ; MEETING. committe", of Dade'County, a conclusion CALL FOR STATE CONVENTION 10-21-07 '.,0'-. .' Jacksonville, Fla. t ,, .. .

,I :I'! which the voters of the County, '" i ,

WEST: PALM BEACH, FLA., say nothing of the committee itself f Call to Meet in Orlando Wednesday, -

; June 18th, 1898. would hardly be willing to admit. August 3. rJli .hY 't' "
I .. : The +;q -r-li: "'1
of Democratic
meeting voters "
j : The question of primaries or convention
r: It: i ; called for this day by J. .A. McDonald was to Le submitted.to each The democratic party of the Slate of -,

'. ( 11\::\ Chairmanand Precinct Coramitteeman pr;tenet for expression of preference.If Florida Orlando will, Fla.hold, on a Wednesday state convention August at 3, E DEALER s

k j ; t r E. H. Dimick, of the Democratic we ate correctly informed m. GRUBER HARDWARE
every, at for the
!' q :; I ,Executive Comraitteeof DadeCounty 1898, 12.m, following purposes: .
k precinct Miami has
lr l F 1 except expressed To nominate the following candidates,
1 :.: : was,called to order at the -
itself as in favor of primaries to-wit: Two justices of the supreme

ti j I',JI!I appointed time and place by E. II. That Miami would be infavorof convention court, one for the full term of six years. and rockery
;I. I I'I I' Dimick.Qn goes without saying, notwithstanding and oce to fill the unexpired term of

i : motion of Hon. E. N. Dimick, its vote in favor of Hon. ls. S. Liddon, resigned; a state *.
Glassware,Lamps and Lanterns. J
i r Gay I. Metcalf wan elected Secretary treasurer to fill the unexpired term; two 1.
,; of the meeting. primaries in convention two years railroad commissioners, each for the .., ew i r now All Kinds of Boat Goods.

a i; i! I The official call was then read and ago.At the Committee meeting': from term of four years, and one railroad com Stoves,Tinware Doors Sash a I .BUcda "

it fj.' ; the Chairman called for discussionon which this order of reference was missioner the term of two years, to All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting 3ood
I 1 I i' be voted for at the next regular state _
: the first subject named in the call I, made, committeeman Gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stoves.
i' I 4' I ;; vii: Shall the every election; and to transact such other business -- = == Harrison Bros.' Ready :Mixed Paints.Mall .
nomination of
Countyofficers in favor of carrying out the '
jh: m as may come before the conveu ;- _- Orders QUrr&ti: Prompt Att.:nUClri. 11-1-97
\ thin,Fall be by primaries or wishes of the people as expressed lion.

l i 1 I! by the convention system. through their delegates: at the last The different counties in the state will! -

,, 'I d Attorney W.. I. Metcalf offered a convention, save the Miami committeeman send delegates to the convention upon PROFESSIONAL CARDS 1 LEGAL NOTICES.

resolution in writing that it be declared who is chairman of the com the following basis of representation: !

> I the sense of the Democraticvoters mitlee. And now that the people One delegate for each one hundred votes D i .
of Lake Worth for the candidate on the state ticket W I. METCALF, iv v f JOTICE OF APPLICATION FOP FINAL
Precinct, No have given expression to their prefer 4 DISCHARGE.
= who received the highest number of .
2, tbat'the nominations should! this ante shall have i iis it ATTORNEY AT- LAW.NOTARY YU
: we
primaries, or as
_ votes at the general election of 1896 and Notice is hereby given,that Six Mouths after

Fall be by primn'ries.The' motion boldly asserted by some who claimto one addition vote for the fraction in PUBLIC. this date I shall apply to the County Judge of

was 8 g olJded by L. W. Burkhardt know and who favor convention, cess there of, when it amounts to fifty ex.or Courts.Will practice in County Stale and Federal! KNOW I I Dade administration County, Florida,for final discharge from a
the of the Estate of William H.
and a general discussion followed: will it be convention anyhow? Will more. LAND CASES A SPECIALTY. Parkin,late of Dade County deceased.

Capt. Dimick favored the convention it be a case such as is credited to cueof The counties under this ,rule will be Went Palm Office Beach TttoriCAi., Dade Srx County Block.Florida. That the KATE B. PARKIX.Administratrix..

plan on the grounds economy the Vanderbilts? "The people bed entitled to representation as follows: .

ti- and because, in his opinion there: --d.: We shall see. Al-chua 14 Leon 14. GEORGE M. ROBBIWALTER S. GRAHAM I I West Palm Beach Fla., February 2.t. l89&

4 h would not be the same interest takenin Baker 2 Levy 4 nOBBlNS & GRAHAM' CO., EQnitablo i Lifo I t

_ primaries by the Bradford (J Liberty 1
i voters that there
WOUilJbe in RAILROAD RA TES REDUCED.As Brevard 5 Manatee 7 I County State Bank
convention and'that
Calhoun 1 Madison 1 Will practice in all the conrtt State and ,
: be 'feared that primaries'would be ----U..- Citrus 2 Marion 0 Fe'leral.lrfectlnff Special land title facilities for examining.. .of Now'york } Palm Beach, Florida.

11 conducted too I loosely, possibly admitting will be seen Ly reference to t be Clay 4 Monroe -l We have closed our West Palm Beach office I
Columbia 0 Nassau -1 Any business from the Lake Worth section or
i I following schedule, the Railroad northern of Dade should be
to participation whoI part Courts referred Authorized
many Dade 4 Orange 10 either Miami office, Capital $100,000.Paid .
to our Titusrille or
|Commissioners Wrote Over$15oooo,000.oo
;i were not really entitled to vote in a have been doing some DeSoto 6 Osceola 2 and will receive proper attention.

1 'i Democratic election;he also considered work in the way of revising: the passenger Duval 22Escambia Pasco .. TltUBVllle,Brevard County and Miami Dade I Up Capital $15,000.
tariff on theprhiciplllIil1es of 11 Polk ,,,8 County Florida. 10-21-07 i
r I Brevard County's return to the Franklin JGadaden Putnam '8 I

_ a I 1 convention plan as one case where I railroads in the State. This will be 4St..Johns 7 RANK W. POPE. D. C.CAMPBELL.: OFFICERS:

i the primaries had been tried and acceptable to ,the traveling public Hamilton 4 Santa Rot>aSumpter 5 pOPE & CAMPBELL, New Insurance I E. N. DIMICK, President.U. .
Hernando 2Hillsborough
I abandoned. however much the Railroad Cornpan -1 D, HENDRICKSON, VicePresident.GEO. .
Miwannee 8
ies may demur to it. Holmes 3 ,
Judge A. E. Heyser was called on Taylor 2 I
The new tariff is to into effect Jackson 9 Volusia 8 111 East Bay Street
for an expression i of his go 1897. i
II views and he Jefferson 14 Wakulla 5 8-5-07 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Branch Office at West Palm Beaeb
took decided July 18th. The new rate, being ii I
a )stand in favor of a Lafayette 3I'altun -I II
., t convention on the. that thre cents per mile: makes a difference Lake 7 Washington :1 i,I I Office Hours From 10 a. m. tot p. m.
_ grounds it c. IIOOD M. D;. I
Lt'e 2 ,
r was the best method of obtaining of 2.40 between 11 est Palm H. Has Now I General Banking Business Transacted :
The counties will select delegates in !
h anti Jackson'ilIe.We I
tL the best results; that delegates PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Collections promptly remitted on day ofreceipt.
were manner which be deemed best I
I 3 chosen from the best informed and venture to Kay that if the rail any may .Office and Residence near Royal Polnriana Life Insurance in ; Drafts bought and sold on the principal :;
the the i
roalh'Quid people, acting through partyorganization cities of the United States. 42907J :
go the Commission n Hotel PALM BEACH. 12-1-97
most competent men of the party I! as recognized by the last Force ofOver j 3
I and that their decisions were more half cent a mile better, by issuing' state convention. 1 -,---

$2,00;: thousand mile tickets that W. PUG1I, M. D.,
t r likely to be wise and correct in the democrats are invited to partite E. I Clematis Avenue

expression of the Democrats at large the increased travel 01! the '.milengebooks'would pate in the selection of delegates thereto PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. 7PI

than would be the case under more than make up the including those who have become 950000000.00 I
Office in
I a primary rear of Diniick's Drug Store. StoreWest
system.' difference, in profit to the railroads.The qualified to vote sine the last election. Rl'sldl"nceWl'llt Side of Olive Street, 3 Doors Supply :: :
South of Clematis Avenue.
following is the official order The chairman and secretary of each And Hasa
Mr; Metcalf
undertook to meet the 3-:6.96 WEST PAL .BEACH, FLA. ,
arguments offered by tho I I as i issued by the Railroad Comm is- county convention held for the purposeof ::- Palm Beach, Florida,
Fe .
favoring sion: electing delegates to the state convention J. D. MA THIS
I convention and urged the adoption R.B.. POTTER.,11I. D., Proprietor.
are requested to send Hon. W. A
of his resolution SurplusOver (Successor U Branolog's
I and c.)
Bakery Gnctrjr
favoring primaries. OFFICE OF THE RAILROAD COMMISSION 1 Rawls chairman Tallahassee, Fla., a i
: He took the 3-23-03 PALM BEACH. FLA My Motto--Quick Sales and Small Profits.'
position that .the principles STATE OF FLOIDA, y written or printed copy of the proceed ,I

t \,I of the'Demoeray were best exemplified TALLAHASSEE JUNE 14TH. 1898. J ings of such county conventions together Bakery Goods and
; The following Standard A. PUGH,
by the method that would Traffic for the railroads doing Passenger business with a list of the names, of the county; J. 48000000. Family Groceries

I come the nearest to getting at thp executive committee appointed, designating DENTIST I
in the State of Florida is
I wishes,and preferences of each andeverv the information of all eonrprnpd published and for thereon the chairman and secretary I Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. .....My Specialty.Goods ; yI
I!, ------ --- of such committee.W. Local Anaesthetic used in Extraction I
} Ji *: individual voter in the choosing shall go into effect on the iSth day of f of Teeth. Strongest Comp'yIn delivered free to any partof
A. Chairman
: RAWLS, Teeth Extracted Without Pain.
of party nominees, and that the July A. D. 1898. OFFlCE-4th Door from Cor. Clematis Ave the City or across the Lake.

: i I primary would give a better opportunity Full passenger fare shall be three ((3)) J. C. COOPER Secretary. 7-2-9': WEST and PALM Olive BEACH.St. FLORIDA. the World AU Orders Given Prompt Attention. -

.: I to accomplish that end than cents per mile and half fare shall be onethe I i Goods First-CIass and Fresh. Highest

J would a convention. and one half (IH) cents per mile on LICENSE NOTICE.; T. DANIEL, Any One Contemplating j I prices paid for country produce.

[ i 1 He conceded that the convention following named Railroads in said State, L. }I! Buy of me and I will save you money 6"97'CITY -

," was preferable to the politician, but to-wit : Notice is hereby given that the County Attorney DENTIST. Insuring Hisor t I

;. ; f held that the individual voter's wish The Plant System of Railways. Is instructed to prosecute all person: COCOA. INDIAN RIVER FLORIDA. .8i1 Her BARBER SHOP,

1 es should be Florida Central and.Peninsular Railroad carrying on business without license, at the Life !
ff considered and! that let July term of County Court Firs Door South of the Post Office.
j i the results be whut.they A. E.ltersERCountyJudge. JALLACE R. MOSES, Should Write to the I
I may so long Florida East Coast Easiest Chairs
Railway. Best
as the nominee 0-1 r.St T. J. HABDEE,Tax: : Collector. !
for Successor to A. W. Robert-
every office had Undersigned. i! Equipped Shop in Town.
( -_ ...
J f the majority vote of the REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, 6-9-tf
qualified i MILO COOl'CR, Prop'r.
,1 electors, and that choice could only U. WEATHER BUREAU, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. Agent West for West Palm Palm peach Beach WAter Town Works.Lots, aim ii I

be ascertained through a primary JUPITER FLA., June 13, 1898. Clematis NOTARY Avenue,near PUBLIC.Olive Street. COUPON. i! M. D. L./ DODSON.
election. Weather Report for the week ending June 12, 1898. Barometer corrected 3-21-07 West Palm Bench, Florida.

George Lyman. of Lantatri, spoke for temperature and elevation. 8 A.M. and S observations. 75th meridian PEREZ F. HUFF, Manager, I

ay briefly, expressing the preference time. Comparative temperature for the years 1S96, I&)7 and 18<)8.I GUY I. METCALF, The Equitable Life of N.Y., @i

I of the votPrsin his part of the precinct I I :=: I DIRECTION ANDVELOCITY ;: := I TIMPEHA_ _: TIIRE. NOTARY PUBLIC Jacksonville, Florida. Miami, Florida.

for nominations by primary. ; ::::v S X ,--1Io11lS.-_ I 1""'+tl 1'j. I hl1Jt.. For the State of Florida at Large. S-aS-j.
:.%.:. %::= 0 F .... STATE OP 1 I I would like to
L. W. Burkhardt took W 1D :. '-: Deeds, :Mortgage Leases and Contracts receive an ex.
tion thatthe the posi- :.': '.'=:.,'. :0?' .-.j r8 ;;; .>.. WEATHER..oViixi.ioi.vK..ii >x .x.. ::: f:::: =' :: ._::: .=, 4: f.:.::: Drl1ftl'd.Con"t'yanclng". of I
:: :4. > ample your NEW POLICY BAItBElt SHOP, -
unnmmous action of the .. ; > > Specialty.All SE3IIYOLE
I ;.. ;.. ; '
;.c :
R a. m. +. }loi = .. .. ;.c :' ? Work Guaranteed I
{ m. .z. .Z. .a Legally Correct.
t l J' I
delegates of -
the I
last Count : '
> Convention I I..1! I I Office iu TROPICAL Sex Block.: adapted to my age.I D. ILGEArciDEAr, :Manager
y 1:i2"Ji: .
declaring as they dM for primaries _I 3t O C)fjl I'I::'--Mli.K ._.IONE| _17> -OUll'| arttrCloudy''k0lit... ....../ +1 jshiaIhjnnji-IjS1jI: +. j7.iliJ West Palm Beach Dade County, Florida.FRAXKI.I FIRST-CLASS TONSORIAL WORK

had been aci-eptt'd) by the 4.11.,1t 30 11IE..O"'IS"; ......
.. '
al .. ." .
f "t2.. ....... ? l4Ki7Hs.-" ;" : >jsois4" K:" > :! 73TK} SIIEE GEO. O. BUTLER
voters<< us a settled question and that m'l i\ 'IIB.H..O,* '... ,113iCloud: | _.... ... and Clean.
{ nji
: :
? { |7fi73| I NaiGs7."ix! .
ri3 1 ) .
i -,747 &
\VNI\ .O!) \ 211 .... ...., U"J'LEU.
I -00Clear Shop
| under
wi had no right to gu back on their MaooKix.,{!took\IlqNg,10\E.1"..;; <) [: : l .oi;,'near.;....?......;;.,|"73i73..*I,"' ,!,S-I11I KSJWMI73JS4SOX4 I" 7GXo.OojPartly |: !74JKO 7417:11 S4 K4747l|ii1c0| .SllEES.. I '.................'...................18........ Seminole Hotel
JNK..lOIVt.JH| ; ...... West Palm Beach. Fla
: ...... '
action inasmuch as not a word of protest 5i30| 07X.| ....."IiISE.| .. 11),E....13: I ."UII it'ir. "' :JlljS. 7ft111171 I a6ih. 74)8073SO)" SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS.

1 ; or objection had been raised to i 10J3010.S11I8014S., ..?........OIS..10S.U/I! |:' !i I /1'ICIt'ar.< (, _?..Cloudy.._.. ...._......!Hl.Vijs774JS0 iSIX..X..I'| | ; 772SOj.si|+<(4 171i727.si.ss73Hi|7 ;]:SS| || Office at West Film Beach I X am.................
1:13111f'il1yI, : ; : iCle: \r. |K2NiS778( | 7/)|MS4| | >!j-fi| Lands legally subdivided and raapa fur .............:.......... I
that action of the party's duly eketeddelegatesinconvention l'i"o l:.,ti(F'..._U'i1SF.O9t" .11ISE..I...V ii'llil .OOiciear.OOlClear.! ....,.......-..-.....,...|IS'ihlItik17MIi13:11)illi7hUl: '(+I72j7A: 1 nished. Selecting and grading land, beat Acetylene Gas.
Hlao 1 O .j SiOOM 4O!47173 >11/jk.il;fijv0: Me 721707'J (ugande.timatingtimber a upecialtr. Careful
i'I511' ::
assembled. 5130 IJ!>!':...?. iSK..O'JE.13| lear?.......?...h41(79 I rr4 ljO |$) i ; iM'172 and correct work guaranteed. All
The resolution was again: read and Jfiou| ;!;..:. ?.07 loi;SE E .?.IISE..H/)-)tSE.191] '..OOiOear/ ......?...,_I K1 50'rti: i" >7111i11. $:! 70)7473J7K) by mall receive prompt atten communications I Address..................................... j. use Throw away your kerosene lamps and
1713O1UISF.0TSE.U715E.l7) ,, | OUII'nrtlrCtoudylrqS01S.i1717k J / !" | :o79KYIK: tion. Maim and Blue Printx at Lowest t'rl- Acetylene Gas, the coming light of
1 i upon n vote being taken it was ler 185iOO> | ;|s\V .?0311...._12ISE..17, .00.0Hl'artly!!, Cloudy M:I 7$1S7MO: : '!77GI(+2IK4Ii2ji| $ ces. WEST PALM BEACH FLA. 11.7.9SIIlJscfllie I I 10-1.9'i' I the 20th century. We are prepared to
,19131)0.41115| '.._.fi1s........HISK..23I: .00 partly Partly Clowdy7NiSOiST C | !>! lj j')1"11IHI7317| 1i j put in plants for private
Flared adopted, The vote stood. lowdYISII"'II"'li73kOI1JOI.IS4j" i ; 74(70( parties, at rea
J. W,CROXK, Observer Weather Bijreau. for Tie Sun. prices. Call and see ours at out
store and
Try THE SUN for Job Work. get estimates.
3-24 G. W. IDNER & SOX,


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.. : _. ,. .. ... .' __ n -.--- .-
---n .
.. '. : I H Y "yt'J'lr aa
.. -- MASONIC.The ''I If yo are thinkin g of irrigating'.your trackL

P idea pP.lefield, or o range grove. send use si2eof area

Presentation_ of the I.ambeklD-Soath, Our 5prIql 1881011'IONl} Y ou.wish to cover sad f ell in f ormat_. o laformatiotl,vrhaL,' Jt3

"', ''' '= West and East. want and I will bt glad .to furnish. sn. '. '
?' "'....., ,,,' :-..: The Masonlo apron is an emblem of Innocence Desired nci give' ;"estimate of cost. :

; i\' and symbolical of that white robe Styles J. 'G. CHRISTOEHER U
of spotless purity in which all who enter ', ,
the realms of bites most be arrayed. Its '
arid Mill Supplies.Irrig.U.gM.clun.ry .
ODD FELLOWS. presentation a candidate is solemn and ': -=- FOF ffletfs Wear Machinery. .,. -. '
significant act,and hence nothing pertain* _; Sp.ci.Ujr.
Leading Bebekah In Minnesota Jar dfe- ing to the ceremony should have even the Are all .in. The largest and handsomest anti-97 JACKSONVtLI.E.FLORIDA.-
tlon':" Triple Link'Note appearance of insincerity. Apropos to this "-
line of Woolens in the South. Best work
-Mrs.'Eunice ''Mel villa, secretary of the the grand lodge of Iowa says: "When any

Minnesota Rebekah assembly, is serving lodge presents a newly initiated brother 1 best finish, best fit and lowest prices. Suits Miami; ,. on Bay Blscayae,j lorld.
her seventh year with a lambskin or white leather apron to order, $12.00, $13.50 $i5-o, $16.00, i' t L
' in that importantand and takes it away from him five minutes $18.00 $20.00, $22.50 $25.00 and up. Rotc'Milam'} The Most Southern Railroad Point in
onerous posi afterward, to give to somebody else or to
the United States.
) .
y tion. Mrs. Mel be laid up among the archives of the G PANTS-12, $3.OO,$3.5a $..J.oo $5.00, .
villa possesses the lodge, it cheats, wrongs and defrauds him. 16.00,17.00 and up. Accommodations for 200 Guests. Hotel Homelike and Comfortable t.
entire confidence It is a poor rule that won't work both '

of the order in ways. Moreover the real Mason would MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT-Samples and Self-Measurement Blank senton 120I6-gr S. GRAHAM, Proprietor.. : ?->
such above all hon.
Minnesota and prize a gift subsequent =

has been a strong ors and more fully appreciate the lesson it application.
& = force In its ad teaches. The honest presentation shouldbe
vancement. She the invariable practice in every lodge." The Popular Price Tailor POPE& McLAURIN.JACKSo}!: '' JL.8ID .

is a fluent and elo Ohio consistory now has nearly 3,000 ,

quentspeakerand members. With such a membership there LI, Vy.

47/ .$v is frequently called ought to be three swarmings and three 13 Main St aclsonYille ?1& and p'roducC
4 t ) upon in the official new consistories in the state. .

r I discharge of The day which in its significance was

public her duties addresses.to mako well Burns nigh, the supreme poet, was in July the 4 life, 1781.of Robert Upon e We do Dyeing, Cleaning, Repairing Altering and Pressing. \-'-28g7S C Onl Y Merchants, .

ECXICK MELVILLE. the dedication "
this date he was made a Freemason.
of the Odd Fellows',temple .at Philadel :
phia she was the only woman speaker and There are 12,803 Masons',in Virginia in < Fancy Grades of fintten and 'Cbe. se.

suffered nothing by comparison with her 26 lodges.
fellow orators. Mrs. Melville is editor and Miss Maggio Holder, a graduate of the p. We Solicit Your Business.We .

publisher of The National Rebekah. Masonic homo of Kentucky, has gone to .' and Will Not fill orders from consumen-th"
J Brazil to take of .. only solicit the business of Merchants
Rio de charge
' .. .Several new lodges have been recently Janeiro should buy from their home dealers. 10021'97
instituted in New Jersey. the kindergarten of the Methodist mission 1 '.> ...'. .
at that place.In .. ". c.. :

The seventy-ninth anniversary of the England now it is as common to .-. .,. :;;,' *??. : .'" e. ..""t...., ." :- ... .
order observed. ,
was generally L ,
F, have "ladies' nights" at Masonic lodgesas -. T V Newhouse; best accommodation. *oathe,
1. IT TVnTinnfl ;
The membership in New Jersey is about it is in this to have installations '
country public :
25,000. The total revenue of the lodges of officers, accompanied by musical Al HnrMII HOTEL I East Coast; .table first-class l every

amounts to $11.50 per member; total relict and literary entertainments.The HLj 1 ILLlljUU convenience and comfort; .hot_ and;s;>14
f 6 member(sick and funeral benefits
per section closet
Freemason of London closes a synopsis baths; modern.improvements; in center of the famous pineapple ;
etc.); the other expenses;
of the progress of the order of the the Inlet fish and oysters in abundance. .
$4.10 per member showing that $1.40 per ;
member is added to the invested funds. temple in the United States with these The
very significant words, "Such progress is,
The past grands'association of Brooklyn Terms Moderate. '
to say the least, astounding.
now numbers over 150 members. EAST COAST
In Utah there are 790 Masons in nine ,, \' = J. L. JENSEN Proprietor,
There are about 10,000 patriarchs in 137 lodges. ,." ." "
encampments New York. FLORIDA.
Raper commandery of Knights Tem JENSEN BBEVARD COUNTY,
Considerable interest is being aroused of will celebrate the .
plars Indianapolis
among the Odd Fellows of MassachusettsIn @-Don't fail to stop at Jensen when visiting the Indian River. r. r 6-97
fiftieth of its organizationMay .
anniversary ._ __w aM u. ..
regard to the annual session of the sovereign 14.
grand lodge of tho order which ,
will be held in Boston next September. In the year 1779; General Sullivan, aNew .' '. ., -
.... .
zealous Mason
Hampshire officer and :; ,
Lodges. encampments and cantons allover
tho state was sent into the Susquehanna country -
are already making preparationsfor
a great demonstration, and it is Probable by General Washington to check the of Florida Offers LITTLE BROS.
that the parade will be the largest inroads of the Indians. Colonel Proctorof .
the artillery had secured a warrant from '" -
gathering of .Odd Fellows ever seen In :. :
New England. the grand lodge of Pennsylvania to forma '\ : ;,. :i : --H:
military lodge. Almost every night after fertilizer 8 pfyosptyate QD/npa.fiY,
There is to believe that
every reason '.
the halt and refreshments this lodge was ., ,d;. : i ;;-J '; :. i"
Grand Master IJhlJps will Institute two :
opened. At Tioga Point a largo tent was ,
more new lodges before the next sessionof '.' .,* j. .. Florida.
prepared for this purpose and on clearing ':-:': <.< ..-, Jacksonville, -
the grand lodge of Quebec. "i-tQT't-( :
away tho leaves an old Iron square, very
The indications arc that 1898 will be a rusty was found, which coincidence so :

banner year in Odd :Fellowship. Can you pleased the brethren that they used it for t :::

not secure a good candidate for your lodge Masonio purposes all through the cam Great t Advantages ,: If you are requiring Fertilizers for .

If ever inclined to bo dismal and blue, paign. Etc write to .
1o something for somebody worse oft than The present grand lodge of Scotland was Vegetables, Pineapples, ,

rou.No formed Nov. SO, 1726.MODERN .J ,' .. .r?, us ami we can give you more value. .
officer has the right to change tho

wording of the ritual or use the charges of WOODMEN. for your money than any other Man- .

the old rituals as used prior to tho revision. .
.' To Settlers in the way of ufacturer or Dealer in this State or. .
Reinstatement of Suspended Member '. .

e UNITED WORKMEN.The Chips From the Woods. from any other State. Write for: pamphlets .

The right to reinstate within 60 days etc to above address. 11.1!-9't
from date of suspension is guaranteed a prices, ,
Hatter of Payin Benefits on Suicide Neighbor by paying to his clerk all arrearages Perfect Climate. Productive Soil, .-, ....... .'
Bench Shavings.
benefit and general, and the assessment
We have been among: those who in past then current by the furnishing of a

time have been opposed to legislation prohibiting warranty of good health as required by Choice Fruit Lands, Rich Garden Tracts,
payment of protection in case of section 51. His reinstatement dates from
suicide, but the, growing evil is so pro- the moment such warranty is furnishedand Ocean Steamship Company

nounced. that wo are forced to the conclusion payment is made. No further actionis Sugar Cane and Good Schools,

& that steps should be taken by the supreme required to be taken by any one. The "SAVANNAH LINE."

lodge to chock this Increasing tend. clerk notes such reinstatement on and remits
envy to self murder in order to realize tho arrearages and the current assess Tobacco Areas, Plenty of Churchesand

bounty that the society provides. Duringthe ments with the next following pass report. % Florida >
past ten 1,210 cases of suicide
2003 of Kansas City has a membership
have occurred in tho A. O. U. W., and tho
countless to earn a competencyCOME
order has paid $2,420,000 to their depend of 1,133 and is tho banner camp of ways To New York f And Boston.
ents. Over 4H per cent of the entire pay-
ments made by the order has gone in this Michigan Is rapidly forging to the front, Ride to Savannah Thence
direction.-Keystone Workman., and, judging. from thu enthusiasm manifested A Short.Rail ,

Manitoba and Northwest Territories the 20,000 mark prophesied by TO A Short Sea Voyage.
State Deputy Byrns will surely be reachedby DADE ,
action classified
grand lodge postponed on .
1 lb9U.
July Sailing from Savannah:
assessments a year ,
State Deputy J. B. Martin has been getting .
More than 40,000 comfortable homes in 5 Ships Each Week 6
the work nicely started in West Vir
our country are due to the benefit affordedby

tho Ancient Order of United Workmen. ginia. .. .. I
George B. Albert of Iowa led in the :. ., ,','1-,:,. .
Tho grand lodge of Michigan at its recent ,, All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. Write for gen.
< ,5 .
deputy work for February, having securedthe : c } .. .
e. '
session abolished tho .:
adoption of Hi members. M. H. 1 eral information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on ,
tificate foe cf |1, and certificates are now t
Issued to now members freo of charge. Wyckoff of Kansas was second in the list E. H..HINTON, Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS, Fla.. Pass. Agt.,
with 112 members.
Let the officers of each lodge get together Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. 3-10
The of membership in the
and make out a list f the young men average age
Woodmen is 35 and 6 months.
in their town they would like to have join years ..
the order.

The reports of the grand officers of California KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Florida East Coast
show that the order has been very Ry.
Endowment Rank Continues to Move Forward
during and has
prosperous past year .
gained several thousand members, bring. -Sword Thrusts. TIME TABLE NO. 15, IN EFFECT MAY 16, 1898.
tog tho total up to over 20,000. The report of the secretary of the boardof The Southern Fuel & Supply Co. ,

A net gain for the past two months of control of the endowment rank showsa SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH.BOUND iRead Up).

4,680 over all losses shows the A. O. U. W. continued march of progress prevailing : No S3
is maintaining its prestige of not only being in connection with everything; pertainingto Daily NoU'N 0..., STAT10N8. N 0 78DaUy
.. the strongest but. among the most the endowment rank. It has continuedto WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ZxSu. Daily sKTEpfcsa

progressive of beneficial societies. increase in added sections in Increased .(lOp 9ij v............................ acksonville ............................Ar
receipts in large accretions to its surplus .lOp 10!lOa Ar......................... ..St Augnstme...... .....................Lv 586p 4 tin
Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime -:- 415p 1085& Lv............................Si. Au(1L'tin.......,....................Ar 6S>p, 940*
fund and investments and also in another 11 lOa to ...............................Havtm ...................,...........Lv 4fl385p tO rt535p
RED MEN. very important feature, the decrease in IIl Ar.................... .........P 1at1t&.............,.......,....... .L t Tfup "'i5
forfeitures. Thus it will be seen that Cement and and Laths. _'lOp 10 45a Ly...............................Palatka ......... .... ....................Ar > 010.p .
Jubilee Tear Celebrations nave Helped while affairs generally, both in the order -:- Shingles T! I' rp Ar........... .............. .San atee................... ........ ... -:-:-
the Order-Short Talks. S20p 7 20a LT.............................San Mateo.................................Atr ; 1245 p
and in business life bare been at a standstill .... ....... .... ...... .... :
3loa L'. ........ .. .. t'at a. .. ............ ..1' p'Slip
The numerous amusements which have this department at no time has failed lOOp" ..............................hmond..............................." 7 Ha
taken place during the past two months, to advance.-Pythian Knight. ISip lip II ................ ._............Da1t.n&..........................: lOOp 'IIf02p 2.
arranged by tribes and councils and district 4 VITRIFIED PAVING SIDEWALK BRICK L 122P II ...........................Port Orang....................... .. .. 241p 6 t2a
in New temples of Rathbone sisters have [ +- 7 25p 1 Sip II ...........................New Smyrna. ........................... II *lOP 030ft:
gatherings commemoration of the been organized in Santa Rosa, Cal., and ...... 2 Up : .............................Oak Hia .___........................ 1 <

fiftieth anniversary of the institution of Mount Summit, Ind. 'XXWX/'WX/'X/'XXNX WX/ ...... S02p .............................Tltuan ........................... .. 1 mp ......
the great council of the United States, ...... SSSp II ............................. City Point............................. .. ..
There are 547 lodges in Indiana, with a ...... S 63p ............................... Cocoa ._............................. a 1 ......
have produced good results in increased i total membership of 37,029.\ Office 408 West Bay Street ...... 347p .............................Rock1edr......... .................. 1 ......
attendance of the members at the council ...... 'ISP II ............................. Eau Gall1e ..........J-..................... 12&p.. .....
fires, greater interest In the developmentof The endowment rank has paid to bene- .... 4 28p .............................Melbourue............................. .:::.
numerical ficiaries the cum of $11,873,000. .Jacksonville Florida. ...... 512j II .............................Seb\'Itian.............................. ..11 '......
the of
strength the order and ...... 04p II ..........................__ot.. I.UC1e ................;.......... 13T........
4' the untold went of the spirit of enthusiasmand The Pyihians of Texas took an excursion ...... IIOp! ............................ Fort Pierce............................, t p* ..;....
l: good fellowship.A to the City of Mexico immediately ...... II ............................ .Eden... ............................ : Hla l. .....
..... 8u II ...............................Jensen.............................. 1 Oi\a'........
council of tho degree Pocahontas Is after the convention of the grand lodge, ...... 7 00p II ............................... Stout............................... II 8 :.......
being organized at 1'eudleton, Or. April :31. U. D. HENDRICKSON ...... 738p ............................Hobe Sound............................ II 821. ......
...... 752n1 : ........................... West Jupiter ....................... II 8(71;' .........
In a recent speech Past Great Incohonee Knights of Honor. ..... 8 00p ........................West Palm Esach.......................... 'I ao. ;;......
Thomas K. Dounalley said he "hoped the ...... Y(lOp : .......................... .Linton. ....................... IS :.......
far distant Tho formation of a Knights of Honor .944p ..........................Fort Laud.rdale..................... ... .. I 14s ..:.;:
sun was not when the stars regiment in New York for active service General Merchandise. ...... 1022p ...........................Lemon city............................" 5.t. '
and stripes would bo displayed in the wigwam ...... 10 Sup Ar............ ...... ......Miami.\ ...... ... ............:...L1' 5 30ai''''
is the in of
of tribe." among possibilities case war
every with Spain. Grand Dictator Thomas Fitzpatrick BETWEEN NEW SMYRNA AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTj i'o ..

The tribes of New York reservationwant who I is: a war veteran, would Wholesale Oils 3 No. I STATIONS. .
No. t Aux 4CLipi101uaLv

a change in tho law regarding enter probably its colonel. oa It Gro carl.as Pal'n t S CI 0 the lll[ I I ............ ..............New Smyrna.. .......... .. ....,......Ar 123p535p
tainments. Gasolines, 76 and 86 i s o9p 1138s ............................ Lake Helen ................ ....... l2 top f 'COp
The Red Men's Accident The supreme lodge meets in June next, I20p l202p II ....................... Orange C1ty... ......................yv 12911 SIt1t
association ofWestfield. and there is every prospect that it will 8 25p 12: lOp Ar.......... .. .. ...Orange City Junction.................... lUSp i 85P
Mass., up to April 1 has paid legislate so that the members will pay Hats Caps Shoes Dry r Goods Seeds Trams All trains between New Smyrna and Orange City Junction Daily except Sunday.
claims and
1,263 benefits amounting to much less money for the year ending July ,

$ O,5 11.56. 31, 1899, than they did for the corresponding KEY WEST AND HAVANA.The .

time in the previous year. Sewin }Iachines Hardwara
j, Knight of Malta. [ steamship City of Key West of the Florida East Coast Steam'chip Company leave
J The eight hundred and fiftieth anniversary Special assessments are to be paid in Miami for Key Weat on Monday Wednesday and Fridays after arrival of train frnm'Jaekftonvilla
Mayan:! July and will then end. No making connections at Key West with steamers for Havana Leave Key West tMp.
t of the .order, which occurs on St.John's more special assessments will be called. Agent for Mapes' and Williams & Clark's Fertilizer m. (standard time) on Tuesdays. Tharidayi and>tiatordava, arriving Miami next uorniaz
day next, Juno 24, will be celebrated ---- SS + b time to connect with north bound train. >
i V by many commands on Saturday, Juno Olean lodge is one of New York's most
25. patriotio lodges and has offered in a bodyto Anti-Friction Iron Marine RailwayFor These Tim Tables show the times at which trains and boats may be expected to arrive and
depart from tiie several stations and ports but their arrival or departure at the time
. Crusader commandery, No. 20, at Phil tender its services to the government as Boats 75 Feet in length and Under. hated is not guaranteed nor does'the Company hold itself reapvaubl for any delay of aartonsequences
soldiers in tho event of war with Spain. arising therefrom.
adelphia, is doing continuous and earnest Steamers for copy of local time card call at 22B West Bay Strs.i. Jacksonville, or address

{ work. ___ J.P.BSCKWTTH. Traffic Manager. J. U KAH &R. JL G. P. A..
E Pilgrim Father "LalceVorth" and "Gladys"On St. Augustine.
Golden Eagle The supreme treasurer paid out last r -
V Membership of tho order in Delaware is year 352.0W Lake Worth. --4Su

i 1,383; amount of cash and invested funds,
Eighteen new and 2,550 new
$31,380. members were added to the order last year. Schooner "MARY B." regularly between Lake Worth and JacksonvilleFree

Several Pennsylvania lodges have been The running expenses were 77 cents per Delivery Boat on Lake Worth.
disbanded for failure fo' comply with the member the past year against 88 the preceding sori s for AQ .5 ni
laws Lake Worth Florida. _
year. __ 12-1-07 ,



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I Gold'mud Silver I EVENING -
1 J : Hand Embroidery ID-Yoga. DIRECTORY; ...---
;, PRINCESS CLOTH GOWN. Photograph frames have a new wrinkle -
t : 11 NOTARIES PUBLIC: FELIX GARCIA, Prop. @ Jacksonville, Fla.
; this spring. The photograph frameof

'. 'II I'j:: iJI : $stinandVMvetEthbonProfuseU; Used For gold, generally of the empire style, j Gay I Metcalf. West Palm Beach. :.' .' .
Leading Easiness Firms and Individuals Service.
1 ; Garniture-Perpendicular Line Trim 'is going out nf date,and that of silver I W R Moses, 5' Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete

; t, j i I I t\;I mine,Fringes and Silk"Cord Lacing-The' bas gone cut completely. Their placesare Whose Cards Appear' in This Paper. ........--- The Bast $3.00 per day Hotel in 'Florida< ,
ij I.' I f now taken by photograph frames of
,-. SI:1 ,: I''' |, New_ : Padded Decoration. rich brocade, which, just brought over .' BARBERS: ; Take carat the Union Vepot and ask the Conductor to atop at the Travelers. 'i.k.,.
.' \\llj' ; from Paris, be sold GENERAL MERCHANDISE: .
I the are beginning to in
.i I {Happy A woman whoso "bonny D M Geanrideau, West Palm Beach.
J I brown hair looks all the prettier for the shops and have at the moment an I U D Hendrickson, Lake Worth. Palm Beach
j ,':t ii'! "the knot'of bine ribbon," for blue is a especial vogue for the reason that theyare i ... Milo Cooper, West H
\ I'T ; ; favorite tone of the moment in evening net made in .this country. -- -- Chas1 N. WelshansSTATE _

i j j 'f i I gowns. The lovely sbades of turquoise For their decorativeness as well as RETAIL GROCERS: ,
[ :v
blend with their: novelty thesebrocaded picture ,
primrose and show off gold '
: J f D Mathis, West Palm Beach
r ij .I i frames are getting to be
: and diamond embroidery with which very popular.
: ; I Brocades of rich and subdued colors Glen G. Strohm, West Palm Beach 0
; 1 : most of. them are bedizened. And it are AGENT FOR- -
;' :: ; I I seems that'with this particular shade used, and generally there are tinseled ,.. :
ii H ....t & I I edges. They curve out slightly being WHOLESALE
stuffed ont so as to stand upon the edge.'lb8 GROCERS: :

favorite color is a tone of greenish Pope & McLaurin, Jacksonville.. Longman
I i)9) gray brocades of a deep red touch being ,..- :m e.
t also in favor.A : AdvertisersWho
novelty in this line is photograph MEATS t : Ll1

sP box without a cover that holds a string of Geo S Adams, West Palm Beach.: '
i+ 1i i a dozen photograph frames. This
stringof "
Will Whidden "
( frames folds up compactly and fits Cement and Coal Tar. r _

1 1 1I snugly in the box or case. Both box ..*-

I iI I, and frames are covered with the same ICE DEALERS: '
t ..1 I, j brocade. Use the Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaster
: I R A McPherrin, West Palm Beach. -
P .;:, new photograph frame is ;.:
I..,. ''1 >'I i I : 1I hand embroidered. It is being shown in -...-- 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. lO.1.gi
.; : great: variety and is exceedingly elabo-
. II'; ,f rate. Such frames are done in designsof DRUGGISTS:
J' ". t !I _\... flowers, bowknots and birds and in E H Dimick West Palm Beach.

j BUTTERFLY-AND HIGH COMB COIFFURES. all tbe delicate colors, in tones of pinks, .
al i! of, blue the .medici collars from the blues and greens. A favorite ground for -4.S- Columns of Til

I, 8hoolderslook'better than with almost this embroidery is pink satin, though DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: 0 W. WEYBRECHT

t any"other'tint, especially when worked satins of all other colors are used. Someof Kohn, Furchgott & Co, Jacksonville. .
I f in gold; for gold run lace is one of the these frames show delicate white em
;, ; ; extravagances of the day. brcidery on a white satin ground. The Cohen Bros Jacksonville. Dealer In Hardware,
of entire frame is incased in Dave Singer
Apropos evening dress m1y.be glass to pre

t' mentioned some new evening coiffures vent soiling. ... .-'- -- "; : $ Steam and Gas Fitter I Mixed Paints. war
In one of these the hair is dressed with Crape paper frames have a vogue [.,,t, ,.,;',, ,!$t .. -' ;
I the high comb now so greatly in vogue, too and are highly esteemed for coun- : ._,_,. :!'.AI' _''"':v:7. .", f. 1
i the arrangement being,carried out with try houses. These styles of the shops Anthony Bros, West'Palm Beach .,-'i;;.< a';; :- Tin, Copper, and Stieet Iron Workt/

i a cluster of curls above the comb. A noted by the New York Herald are .. <:. ':!-. ,
*- 5!
;: cecond coiffure:from'its clever arrange particularly pleasing because homemade \ :'

i i 1 joent of wings or loops has gained the articles can so_easily be fashioned TAILORING: Dealer in. Pumps, Pipe Fittings and General Plumbing Supplies, Tin Ware, k= .

I name of "the butterfly." after them. Livy-The Popular Price Tailor Agate Ware, and House Furnishings of Every Kind. .J ,1
i j i .
Satin'and velvet ribbons.figure oncamore
Polishing a Hard Wood Floor. JacksonvilleHARDWARE
I'', The skirt as fashionable of a gray veiling dress\ dresa trimmings.is trim Much labor may be saved in caring -..-- TROPICALCLAIM AGENT FOB THE AERMOTOB. CONSTRUCTOR of IRRIGATION PlAHTSf .a i1

i ned with innumerabWrows of narrow for hard wood floors by the nse of the : ; '- :
fat "frottoir," which is simply a heavyweight :
black .
velvet requiring dozens of f
.some M E Gruber
West Palm
Beach. '
Estimates on Work and Material. One both
with or
covered promptly
: yards to make it what should be. A t carpet, to whichis :
I t t the hem many rows follow, the_outline attached a long handle. The American OWWeybrecht. Furnisuetf. 1-31-lf -- j

of the skirt; bat above they are pot on Kitchen Magazine tells that an enterprising ... .
1 u in rounded form the two arrangement little woman, after a journey HOUSE FURNISHINGS: _,.""C ,,,, ,.,. : -. ., WEST .PALM :BE.ACH; FLORIDA.FURNITURE. .
I on continent, where this implement
y } divided by a space.Perpendicular .
line trimming of colBred is in general use, improvised one by The Raymond Knight Co, Jacksonville SUN

ribbon in groups of three lines on covering a brick with carpet and catch ... .;.' .
1 ::1 a 4 i skirt and bodice affords the simple but ing it in the clamp with a long handle! .. -
+, distinguished garniture of some of the used for scrubbing brushes. It is noose LUMBER: Household Sewing Machines 0

'' i finest imported cloth gowns. Green on essary to buy patent: polishes for this T V Casheu, Jacksonville.1- : The Best Machine Made, Light Running and .,

I :black and blue on gray represent someof process. Melt a quantity of beeswax .... Wv'FURNITURE : Nol"eless 0 iI r. '
--I 1 I the combinations: over the fire and stir in turpentine until ; k '

Pink evening gowns in the fashionare it assumes the consistency of a paste : Sole Agent for the famous Wall Trunk. Mattresses
pretty sure to snow a touch of' blackewhere. This polish is extremely inflammable, : made to order. A Complete -
J, Black ruches in soft chiffon and tbe greatest care must be taken in D. E- Cooper Mfg Co, Jacksonville Hue of

:1 I fall over the sleeves or hem the'edge of : mixing it not to allow it to come in ...- : ."-..!. ;;..;Q.!. ."..,......,q.)1,.'\;-.. FURNITUREof -
the skirt,,and with this there often contact with the fire. When about to
appears JEWELERS: all descriptions at Rock Bottom Prices. both' t ii
use, melt a portion over the fire and ; -1
an admixture of
lightest; dove color l Wholesale and Retail.
r.afoy Carriage from $G f4"
a shade much in and spread a thin layer over the cloth coy. Idiier & Son, West Palm Beach. .
vogue noticeable ItlsThe up to {20. Go Carte, Refrigerators,Ice Chests,.
also in the newest light tinted ered brick. Begin at one corner and I Anthony Bras, West Palm Beach. t c -'t Etc.-"-- -_ 0
cloth gown work sharply, taking an arm's length at R. J. Riles, Jacksonville >

Silk fringe end: colored cord lacing a time; let the new row overlap enoughto _, ... We have a consignment l of Oak Diners and
-r I y t, furnish newest garnitures for skirt and avoid shoeing a streak. <- Reed Rockers that will be sold very low.Ve V 1
__ bodice of house 'dresses. For example, BUILDING SUPPLIES: handle the Famous Cleveland and Ibm IMr- .
Novelties In BICYCLES. .
i r an opening cut out showing a contrasting Jewelry. I Chas Welshans,Jacksonville. ,.

I1 color underneath will have a lacingof The Jewels novelties r s' Circular notes the following I Geo Hacker & Son, Charleston, S C. BEST Especial attention given to our Mail Orders. -
cord :
across. We Gurantee
,' i ''E \ Much interest at present is centered .Scarfpius for the fashionable bright 'Southern Fuel and Supply Co, .. '" 4., < :_- i'.1..... Call on us Satisfaction, or send in both your in orders goods to and I Ii
in plaid ascot scarf, which Jackson v l1e.. '-:1-: .:. c'
;, a new form of dress decoration women are expected ...
1 to wear this summer, are of

:. JI.i. ,I sporting character, simulating tennis HOTELS M,fg Co. ONLY 16.00 ;
1 rackets riding whips, golf sticks, etc.
i Seminole.Hotel, West Palm Beach
Gorgeous hatpins are the natural sequence -
3 I of gorgeous hats and give much: The Palms West Palm Beach.

.y ; employment to the semiprecious stones. The Barman House, West Palm Beach AdvertisingMEDIUM

Jade by the way, is high in favor as a The Travelers Jacksonville fr3>-f
F !tl talisman and figures in these pins. Miami Hotel, Miami NOLE HOTEL

Women who possess the large oval Al Fresco, Jensen
I miniature brooches of their
e grandmother's "._
1 day set around with fine large Hotel in Town.

] t tfy' pearls, as so many of these were, can LIFE INSURANCE: : _.;...=- /.; ; _
i! ; have them transformed into handsomebelt The Equitable Life Insurance Co, r : : : BEAOBT, FDA tl
1 :: buckles.

P1 ,I' Unique and exceedingly rich among --...-Jacksonville a'5 recently been coveted built in the most sub- ,.;
i. I new brooches are those for which a bit
:, manner and elegantly furnished situated
I of the natural pearl formation furnishes REAL ESTATEs : _
< I commanding magnificent, unobstruct
1 the central ornament. The setting i iIndia Brelsford Bros Palm Beach.
: gold enriched with colored gems.A Wallace R Moses West Palm Beach. Of Any enjoy perpetual breezes from all directions.

diamond tortoise ornament on the ?. Strictly First-Class.
bonnet is supposed to bring good luck.
J Ilif BANKING: : Special Rates by the Week or Month.
1i .i a :t IJ French Fancy In Decoration. Dade County State Bank, GEORGE ZAPF Manager.
A The stiff white linen window shade West Palm Beach. ,
t has had a long reign. Now comes rival
1 : a National Bank of the State of Florida;
@ 1 1 an accessory much more in harmony WEEKLY PAPER i
with tbe Jacksonville .
luxuriously furnished rooms
of the present day. In the new shades ... Blue Flame Oil Stoves

\\t1 t1h the design has been to give them a cer SEEDS:
; tain elegance and daintiness suitable to i
I, r Win A Bours. & Co, Jacksonville.
I Ij their
; surroundings.

i i j 1;I' .:i ii '. I one The from New among York latest Tribune Parisian illustrates importation PINEAPPLE... PLANTS: In The Standard Liglft CD'S Vapor Stoves

1 : I !. The material is embroidered in- -
G Matthams, West Palm Beach. OUR EAST COAST AGENTS _
dia muslin, with a design of guipure : .
J H Niver
insertion,, the bottom which is cut i in --.. W P Shr Daytona J C Frink, Stuart '
( ,i S o hex Smyrna
1 ? ) three scallops, being draped by a deep NURSERY STOCK: Frank T Budge, Titnsville! M E Gruber, West Palm Beach
I : ( 1L ? ruffle of the muslin and lace. Edward Stiling, Cocoa M B Lyman Lantana
i I I John B Beach, West Palm Beach.FERTILIZERS Geo F Paddison & Co Strauahan & Co, Fort lauderdale
or Eau Gallie
GOWN WITn PADDED DESIGX. An Odd Little Napkin Rin!:. --...-. Hodgson Bros. Eau Gallic Jordan & Spivey Lemon City
/iwhich may best be likened to the pad An odd little napkin ring which i is I A Y W Hogg> & Co, Fort Pierce D R Knight. Lemon City
i 'ded! stitching employed by saddlers. It quickly made, inexpensive and sells : Geo E Coon, Jensen Frank T Budge ;Miami

'-ii is as though,, a conventional design or"motif" rapidly at fairs is illustrated! by The Wm A Bours & Co, Jacksonville. W W Culbertsod, Cocoanut Grove

were stitched out in broad Standard Designer. To make it required s Little Bros The Raymond
j. lines and .the intervening fil1 12 bras Knight Co.
apace e rings about the size of a cent I
t iwith padding., The extreme -.I----- $ ,* * * -'
I I originality and ribbon of any preferred color about:I :
i i!! :jof this and the difficulty of its prodnc- half an'inch in width. ST2AUBOATS.HBAYY MACHINERY SOLE STATE AGENTS, t
:I will probably reserve it for the exclusive Place:: the rings so that they half over AND CASTINGS: 10-21-97:
# few. The second cut exploits I lap each other, being careful that they Jacksonville, Florida.Do .
the charms of this, new,decoration and Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, I
also shows'a simulated princess effec Jacksonville AdvertisingRate
1' :} !, /started by a box plait at the waist andcontinued --... You Want a

t I below the band down the cen IRRIGATING PLANTS & SUPPLIES:
: '
t, i ter of the shirt. w We have them to Sell and if ST"'Al ?
.I r John G Christopher, Jacksonville. none on hand tosuit we can build have BOAT

... Just what you want.
Sending Flowers by MalL I 1

} It is always a trouble to know how 4A _._: DENTISTS: Sheet

to send flowers \any distance to keep Dr J A Pugh, West Palm Beach We are also Prepared
t them from bruising and _;
withering. A To
lunch of. violets which was sent into L T Daniel Cocoa. Furnish--_____ ::=:-. ._nhmhhmm____... .x "
i M D L Dodson Titusville. f.
1. <
the city the ether day must have been 1 .
in a close box:: for 36 hours cfora.leing i ---+.5 Will be Sent on Ap- Pumping Outfits for

taken out an put into water, and al PHYSICIANS AND Irrigation.Write : .
the end of that time the flowers lookedas ANOVELXAPKIXKI.VG. SURGEONS:

fresh as if.they had just been picked. all lap Dr R B Potter, West Palm Beach. or call
one OH for
I way. Then twist, us Anything in
t : .They,were tied up tightly in a bunch interlace, the ribbon through or the oval, II C Hood, <:r :..: Our Line that you need.MerrillStevens *r4 r f:

I :with a little maidenhair fern surrounding made by the ,overlapping bringing it E W Pugh; plication. :'
them, as such a bouquet is made,
always the
overlying side of .
the .
it. and then wrapped in oiled paper and ring and under
the Co.
underlying side.
i'' ;placed in box the I =. 'r
Ii a square corners oi When the ribbon has been laced through LAWYERS:
i { (Which were filled in with the oiled paper all the rings, it should be drawn rather W I MetcalfVest Palm Beach.
I to prevent them: from tossing. abonNew'York t. tightly to form JACKSONVILLE FLA.
whole .
into a circle, Robbins & Graham, Miami. fe k k k ,
i c-: Times._ and tba ends tied in a bow. Pope&Campbell, Jacksonville: S 9 5 21.1MJ7 PROPRIETOR Jacksonville Marine Railways .




-- ----
MEN ff0: character. Soldiers at the front socu. < .
recognize that the business in war is to

fight and whether put in that form or ,R .. City! Meat, Market, THE EARMAN HOUSEIs
A TALK ABOUT CAPTAINS AND COLONELS some other their test of every man is, i .-. .- ,,;

IN A FIGHTING ARMY.They 'Will he fight "_L, -. GEO. S. ADAMS .
"No old soldier will deny that this 7' ," Prop ', now open for Winter Travel.
feeling among men about officers who ,. \" ,'
Best of Aceoodations.Tabie .
Should Get to the Front Because ) '
have won their spurs on the battlefield
They Belong ThereA Veteran Officer amounts to a positive force. ,Such an ,' : FRESH FLORIDA ME.\ J.i '::Best the Marltgfc Afford.
Sara That Merit,Not Favoritism or AccI- officer may be hated for his tyranny in I -e.tlu ix COftA. OA.- .
dent. Should Fix on the Man. camp, but the moment there is a call "?
,, :- ,'.:'?; Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot.
to arms the soldiers know their master : ;v '
[Copyright 1S98. by American Press Asso- .
ciation. Book rights reserved.] and will follow to the jaws of death. 2IAN
PINIONS varyas .-.,.,,'-:.' t_ ,
whfither the "All who in the secrets of the '
"boss" iu political army know that in point of fact there ,
\\ RJ 11 life should be was imperialism at work in the makingof .
.P ( ((11 tolerated or summarily leaders. One of the New York colo- ,
f abolish. nels who received five wounds at Gettysburg flail orders from anyf espooalbU
t/ S ed. In the army was a man just fit to lead his regiment Parties in the County It.ele" BROS.
there are no two into battle and fight like a tiger.;
!\' i, t opinions about But that waa all. In every other respecthe Prompt Attention. 6-9
it. The "boss" was a failure, and there was an unwritten Insurance
Estate and
mast not onlybe order at headquarters that in -
tolerated, but case the brigade commander should fall
J I. bowed down to the New York colonel must noi succeed "- Whidden's Markets Palm Beach Florida.
}', as the ,man for to the command in spite of the fact ,
the hour. Since that he was the senior colonel. In an- .Give-: '
there is a boss to other case the three field officers of a ... Prepared to Supplyyou Notary Public Cottages to I .enter.

every 50 or 100 men it is plain that fighting New York regiment were killedor with "
the sway of despotism is absolute. captured within a week at the siegeof 61.97 Post-Office Building North of Poinciass,HoteL
Speaking of the kind of men to wield Petersburg. There were several cap-
this power In time of war a veteran officer tains left but instead of their being Good Meats at Living Prices. .

of all ronnd experience said: "Ev promoted a staff lieutenant was imported .
ery man at the head of a military com and commissioned major. He owed Fresh Ior It, Established 1875.

mand from captain of a company up to his shoulder straps to an act of heroism EssI
general in chief should be boss all the and when the fact became known in the .-,. William A. Bours & Co.
time. Not that he need be bossing all regiment the soldiers applauded the ap 'P.. oult'j' ,
the time. But he should conceal an iron pointment. The men thought they had The o" h- ffnd Qggs.

hand under the glove of complacencyand lad a tyrant in the first commander, ',0''. Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers
BO stamp himself upon the minds but this newcomer was tyranny incarnate 0- Native Meats a specialty.Your ,
,)f hIs subordinates that he would sway i yet it was all borne without
them silent or giving orders, even when murmur because the 'little major'could Patronage Solicited. No. 6 EAST BAY STREET, -:- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

absent as well as present."A fight. I .
man who gets there by accident Market on Banyan Street
"Soldiers worthy of the wishto We handle only the Best and most Reliable Seeds. A complete Stock of
though, is not the boss for the occasion.It name
takes very much of a fellow to standas be ably commanded, and the exact 11-12 WEST PALM BEACH Hay Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat Grits
tyrant over a hundred thinking free. manner of appointment is of little con
men with bayonets in their hands and cern. Favoritism in appointment they Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dark.AT .
avoid making the tyranny intolerable.The know by bitter experience brings incompetents Sun.
bosses over a hundred and a thou to the front. A good although JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President. WHOLESALE-
sand are the ones who wield the galling somewhat extravagant exampleof
RAYMOND D. KNIGHT, Vice-President.
lash of discipline in an army. And they the true soldier's attitude is foundIn State Agent :sforTygert-Alien Fertilizer Co.
THOS. P. D>rNHAM, Cashier.
must do it mercilessly in so far as the the history of the Richmond Howitzers Star Brand Fertilizers-Guaranteed Analysis Orange tree and Vegfltablo FerUlbe.r. Pure
men's feelings are concerned,yet retain which served the Confederacy all -- JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier. tilizers ground have,no Nitrate Superior Sola in,the Market,And trial,riuiphate will conTince.Potasn Kanit,etc. These let-

their respect and devotion. Without through the war. The men, high and Send for Catalogue,Free- lO-JS.t
these last the boss is u failure when he low, were blue bloods, and after they I
comes to put his men to the work for settled down to the real work of war
National Bank of
which he was created boss-that is, to they divided attention between two
fight. Again: and again have seen some things, fighting and getting somethingto N
soldier step up to a captain inferior in eat. Whenever a vacancy occurred 4 > ,
size and thank him for disciplinary among the officers there were no can- A Chance to do Your ,- ..--

punishment that brought out the latent didates. No one coveted the respond- '* tie( State of Florida \f'PROSPECTORS

manhood in him. It took some men a .
long time to come to that way of think. _.\...,<<:_. ....'."- ,' : :' <'
ing and the whole army, too, for that ."'K,..;-n t:..,.' l'C!';.7'i _.' '--TRANSACTS* A___ T .,: :]<
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matter much to its detriment, for we :, ; '
'.. : $ ( "
had the rawest amateur ideas at the '...0.,...:. ''::''': '-' '. : ", -

start, and, in fact, with the exception ..".,..... <.- GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. _AND .A. -
of the commands right in the heat of \": .., ,r.
campaigning all the time, amateurish ,':.

ways clung to us to the end. ;:: -- INQUIRERS

t I Accounts of Bankers,--' <--;< ,,_.
"We never got away from the chanceof o r :";,,':'w., .,:-'.'
having accidents at the helm all Merchants, Manufacturers Will find THE ,TROPICAL SUN
along the line.' Routine promotion held '1 II"
0 and Individuals solicited.... loaded to the muzzle week with
sway and accidents gravitated to the : every

top only to fall down on the attempt to just the information they want.
act the boss. In the field where the ,. :.
fighting was this evil had its cure because Capital and Surplus, $$190,000. Try it and be convinced. '
a leader who couldn't fight his
command-and he couldn't if he was a .. Subscription, Price-1 year, $2; Six Months, $1 ; Three Months- ,.50 ctf
failure as boss-was given a dose of the ., Issue our own drafts to all the principal :: -" ,- --,

prevailing discipline and mercilessly fir ''t Z cities in Great Britain Holland .;f....; ,--" ;';.. .'
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hustled out of the army. In this way w 1 Belgium France Switzerland, Italy, ;- : "-'i : ; '' -
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there were nearly 3,000 failures in the Spain, Portugal and Germany. '-
boss line disposed of in the Federal army ,', '' : ,' .
during the war. Of course these candidates SEIZES THE FLAG AND LEADS HIS FELLOWS. JacksonvilleFlorida -

cost the government a lot of money bility. So the company held an election work -27-97
and long stood in the way of better men i at which every man was compelled to
and kept the whole line on a low footing : vote and the one elected compelled to
while they lasted. Truth is the majority serve. The 'unlucky' man obeyed the Lake Worth Ice Works

of them never should have had wishes of his comrades and gave to the Geo. S. Hacker & Son
the chance to work evil in the forces office the best there was in him for the
'and blacken army records with the verdicts glory of the command and the good of Manufacturers
on their dismissal. The way of selecting the service. It is a matter of record Retailers and---ShippersOf .
officers began in a blunder, and that there were no' misfits among the -
after our good natured, democratic fashion officers of the Richmond Howitzers.

we kept it up too long."wr "The real test is conduct in battle, U/ater.
l aid
should have owned up at the and as the government has a way of rewarding Ice Distilled
start that the army isn't a democratic conduct why not give it more
institution and never can be and be force in the time of need? Here, 30
worth a rap as an army. Army bosses years and more after the civil war, R. A. MCPHERRIN, Prop.
' should get there by the inexorable sequence medals of honor for heroism are being The Sun
Tropical -
of events, not by favoritism or distributed. The winners should have a? -

good fellowship. They should eain their put them on then. When a veteran soldier Factory at WEST PALM BEACH.
places and do it in a way to show their wearing service stripes, went to
fitness for them. This is no mere theory, the front with a new regiment, he was .
because we had examples enough to looked up to as a hero and a model MANUFACTURERS OF

show that it is practical and might pro That simple bit of braid sewed to the Doors, Sash, T. V. GASMEN
vail. jacket sleeve was a higher decorationthan ,
"Napoleon made it practical. It was the shoulder straps of a colonel Job Department Blinds T T T T T Y T Y T T T T. T T T T T T T T T T T
MouldingsAND - - - - -
no mere figure of speech to say that who hadn't smelled powder.

every private in the grand army of "If a service stripe which simply Manufacturer of and
France carried a marshal's baton in his meant that the wearer had been out Building Material

knapsack. Napoleon promoted soldierson once and had the courage to go again ,- ;DsalsIn: .
the spot for bravery, coolness and gave such distinction, the power of a CHARLESTON, S, C.
good sense. He cuuld do it because he medal of honor won by gallantry in the Prints Letter Heads .
was absolute master, with no political field can scarcely be estimated. Men so or Largest Factory South.
cliques to conciliate. But every win decorated would play the role of war Note Heads Send for Prices. YELLOW PINE LUMB ER
ning army wins by the might of imperialism chiefs without intending to do so, for
the sway of force that knowsno the soldiers would follow them in action StatementsBusiness
law. Patriotic generals yield their regardless of the presence of fledge and AND TIMBER.
Cards Red Spanish
rights and privileges of rank when ling officers."
there is a clash of authority that may Bill Heads
harm the cause. Some one must be boss, As a rule the fighting boss is any .....
Turned Work Fancy Scroll Work
and they all know that one bad general! thing but a meddlesome boss. He is not And all kinds of Fire StationeryAre cEancy- Mouldings, ,
is better than two good ones. When a stickler for military etiquette, but he Pickets, Laths. Orange and Vegetable Crates.
Meade sent Hancock, the youngest of: is for complete and even abject subordination -
the corps commanders, to the front at : of every man in his command. PineappleSlips
Gettysburg, all the older heads yielded "You have no business to think," is a You Supplied? = ,:1 Jacksonville, -:- -:- Florida.

full sway to him. prevalent expression around his head

: quarters. It goes with the saying that and SuckersFor I
"So in point of fact military rule is men to play the role of boss in battle

out and out despotism, the despotismof cannot be picked out of the candidatesin Give us a Trial Order Sale,ot the Following Varieties, viz
necessity. And in a fighting army, the governor's room nor in the camps Abbaka, Porto Rico, First-Mass---
above all other places, the test shouldbe where raw levies are organized. A hard Smooth Cayenne,
success. Every man of whatever campaign is the only thing to bring out Egyptian Queen,
rank should be given immediate recognition the stuff in each individual. Soldierly Ripley Queen, Golden Queen
for any conspicuous act of valor. capacity should then be recognized and White
It's all well enough to say that every rewarded quickly. A roll of honor in And We Will Antigue.Pernambuco JOB WORK
man should at all times do his duty; the shape of a list of eligibles to draw o sAt
without hope of special reward. It is from for promotions might be instituted. Enville.
devotion to duty that takes men into Whole companies and regiments underwent fruit Early from delivery thin Plantation can be made having part been picked of the .
-a the army and holds them there, but a complete change of character last mouth. Apply to ,

the grandest thing among soldiers is esprit by the gravitation to the top of an in- Please You. C.C. MATTHAMS ::, : THE SUN Office.
do corps, aud this is fostered by : competent. Fighting commands became .. .
recognition of bravery and talent. A I i just the opposite. The old adage, "Like Florida Pineapple Company,

company or regiment is proud of its master, like man," was proved true with West
5.21.97 Palm Beach, Fla.
hero and of the honors that come to a vengeance. Generally these men tried -

him and soldiers are never more proudof hard to tit the role, attempts that only -
their service than when following a made matters worse. No more degrading .. ------ -- : Indian River Nurseries.Budded
man who has done something to war- 'I spectacle can be imagined than that WHEN in Jacksonville be sure antI visit .
rant his being in command. <'Who is: of a vain, weak fellow trying to boss it your Old Friend, who will surprise
he?' or What has he done:' are querieson i I j over soldiers who, for the work of war,, you with Bargain in Citrus Trees of every variety ou Sour Orange and Lemon Stock; also fy\\\\
all sides at every new promotion. If I are his superiors. But a muster of true r : Dry Goods Clothing and line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this section, in*

the answer is, 'He seized the flag and soldiers with a leader after their own Gents' Fui ufchings...._?..... eluding Budded Mangoes, 50 Varieties of Crotons, 25 Varieties of
led his fellows in battle,' there is no hearts is a eight to make Mars smile. 'J : D. SINGER, Manager, Palms, Roses, Strawberry Plants, Pineapple Slips; Etc.
comment about any other points in his I GEORGE L. KIT S/FR., i ii Bridge Street,Near Bay.
.J H-iJ-97 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA ProprietorVE'T; \ P/\LM/ flA,

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:.Miss RuthRickards, 3rd grade, 74 Watches, -
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'li ihI} 5-18 per cent. average., i'- ;
and Jetuelty -
B'.f",: .... ;, Miss Rosa.Forrey, 3rd grade, 69,7-36 I .. Cloeks _. ,-.. I Colieli n n Brotlierg'I r < >

: i I ier.cent average.U. 11 EVERYTHING UP TO -

W.Smith, 3rd grade, 71 55-36 per 1nt. gJr\'Ij Fine Nickle Movement Screw Bezet, Dust-Proo Case-

I 4 ;! WEST ]'AL I BEACH, FLORIDA. ce average.. 1-It sent to any address on receipt of $5.00. .' : c ;"

-I i I ':Mrs.. N. L. Jackson, colored, 3rd grade I House
Goods S
Spectacles and fireglasses: -
__: GUYI.METCALF, &:)}i per cent. a\'erage.u Al Popular Dry ,
Attended to.
Promptly .
and Repairing
Z. T. ,MERRIW Supt. Fine Watch Jewelry '

--'i : EDITOR AND MANAGER. JIJIrnIiIIu11 Charges paid one way. R. J. RILES, 4 Jacksonville, Florida.

0i motion the Superintendent's report FLA

.I .I YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION $2 was accepted.On 5-12 225 W. Bay-Everett Block JACKSONVILLE r The Leading Dry Goods House

motion, estimate was ordered sent
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"' to the Chairman of the Board of County County Directory

ij.1; :;:: I t t1 Commissioners.A Witty Sayings Interspersed' With : liltileState.The .

petition from F. Henry and others, COUNTY OFFICERS. Business Bargains.Watermelons' .

of Linton asking for a colored school at A. E. I1EYSF.R......... ....... County Ju.JgeA. Newest Styles
; d 1-, QUUlBy.... _.. ... CircuIt Court Clerk "oius" and the Finest Largest Stock, The .
\ ';, that place, was received and the Superintendent ROUT. R. TAYLOR....Prosecuting Attorney
\1 It. 1. CHIMJNGWORTH.... .-... .--.. Sheriff Fancy Groceries at Clematis Avenue ; at the Lowest Prices. .
;I. j ,jt. t was ordered to investigateand C.C. HAIGHT......._Tax A ssor Supply Store. : ;
.. I report. T.J. HAKUKB.,..Tax CollectorE. To all whom request we will send samples free of charge. -
I II. Dimiek._....Treasurer A ;
'illi' :' AMONG OUR CHURCHES The following teachers were appoint KRANKLYN SHEEN....Surveyor Poor Wife (to husband. whose loud snoring WE PREPAY Express Charges on all .-

; rij; I: ,. ed: z.T. MEr.ILI1'T.....Supt.. Public Instruction keep her awake-Char.ie: Charlie, do stop orders to the amount of *5.0O or over, -
''I % Palm Beech,. No. i, Miss Harriet I. snoringTurn over on your side (Nudges 9 when accompanies i the order.
': ; ; ; Time and Place of Services, Special I Wilkinson. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. a
I N w. PITTS.Chairman.........Lake Worth I him.) ;
_j Notices; ,.Week-Day and Sunday Lemon City, No. 3, principal, Mrs. G. 0. W. LAIXHAUT ....Palm Beach Husband only half awake grcnts turns The Best Equipped Mail Order Department '

t) : '. Meetings. B. Stephens. W. J. SIIOVK ........Cocoanut GroveE. I o n his side and continues to snore. Bad if Goods Are Not as We Say. -
I ll WHITE City I I Write for Samples and Tri it..Your Money: ,<:
; i ... Lemon City. No. 3, assistant, Miss Annie 'Y. S. TANCRE.........._............ ..Hobe Sound I Wife bun a happy idea. Remembers a line :
I called "Uo to Prevent Snor- -Respectfully- .
: from an article w
'YUpIs3opaiSevviees. M. McDonald. Commissioners meet in regular session on I
: the first: Wednesday in each month. i ng." Gives her husband a second nude,
1 i .... Jupiter, NO.5, Miss Annie E. G. Met- which elicits another grunt. "Oh. Charlie,if : -
; EPISCOPAL CHURCH-Bethesda-by-the-Sea. calfe. CO&N7 Y SCHOOL BOARD. y ou'd keep your mouth shut you'd be all COHEN BROTHERS'POPULJtR -
I Everglade May
REV J.N. MCIFORD, Rector. 9, Z. T. MERRITT..._...._._._.._._Lemon.City I ight."
,j;'JI t ;: REV.L. 1'rrz-JiMES HISDUV,Ass't Mlui-ter. West Palm Beach No. '3, principal, :MEMBERS: OP SCHOOL BOARD.V. Charlie (gemi-conscioubly: wouldy on.-

I, J '., ;, Service every Sunday morning; at II o'clock. Jas. C; Harris; assistant, Miss Lulu An- J \ JA :Mv!>ON,I;bairu.anf..Cocoaniit: OrofeW. London Answer. DRY GOODS HOUSE
; ':'., Sunday School at L. WJDMfcYKRJupiter; ,
.' t 3 p ni. geviue.Miami. J. W. COMSTOCK__...........Webt Palm Beach Watch and jewelry repair ng by first : -
The church will remain during
open the Miss Ada: F. Merritt principal .. class workmen, and guaranteed, at : Jacksonville, Florida.. -
I Summer. 10-28-91
/ : _ _
;, i'j> sr TI : -. ; Mrs. Edith Hunter, 1st assistant. State Directory dner-& Son's. ... :),; :
I I BnOTrtKXHOoi: > OP ST. .ANDREW.Meets on Miami Miss Obenchain. ."''''
Jeannette Mrs. Ferry-I won't give you a thing to eat ..
I J, theectii and }' FourthVednenday -
: of
: I' Boston, No. 19 Miss Rosa Forrey. EXECUTIVE DEPAlCTJ1EN1.V.D.BLOXUAlI. unless you consent to saw Wood. -
j taontb.
t ; :j W. F. AtsTtoNojR.! Secretary.i. Director. Coco: Plum, No.21, Miss Leila Fans 1. \ .. .... ,. .. ... ...Governor Perry Patetic from home-Lady, the WilY old I come takin'me to
: ... Neptune, No. 15, :Miss Addie Lee Da J S n. L.CUAWFOUD. ... ..Secretary of State run away was my man
I' I. WM. II. IEVNOLDS..Comptroller out in the wood t-hed and lvln' me a luk-
i ; T' E. Church, South. m oo. JAMES; B. wiilTFIELD; .. ..Treasurer I n',an sence then I can't bear the tight of a
\F; t II Jo j r f;'! Linton, No. 17, Miss Irene Rickatds.: WM.It. LAMAK I ....,... ...Attorney GeneralV. wood pile.-Cincinnati Enquirer. GI1Ef't G. ST ott1VI
I i; ; Services will! be held In the Knl ht' of \ X. SI1I4..tTS..Supt Public Instruction : -
IT; l ii Pjthiaa ,Cutler No..22. Dollie Richardson. L. n.w() m\V"LL.; ........Com. ARricnlture
Hall on the First,Third and Fourth Suiulajs PA'lKlClv Dont forget J. F. OLIVER'S when '
'! ; :; Belle Flora, No. 7, E. Lee. IIUSTOdjutaQt: ... ..... General _s DEALER IN :i.- : --1_
ofet2nII1htz1a.rn.and7:3a p. m. Every: \v. MILTON, JR. Surveyor-C lIer l I I01laci you want Fancy Groceries. _
L. : t' i cacordIjllT i.vited to attend.; "1 was glad Lantana No. 10, Miss Maude Gee. : at Tallahassee, t'lonUa. '
1 1 i : when they raid ucto me_let us go into the house Mangonia, No. 6, Louisa ,4IIindry ----- "Kind lady will you let me have something Groceries ;
U. S. SENATORS. and ;
to drink? Fancy
i ,. i (tithe Ler&. RKV.J. 1:. WALK Pastor. Boyiiton, No. 19, Miss Rosa :Forrey. S*. I'ASCO.. .. ....... .... ...... .:Monticello "There's a well right down yonder Staple 'I
f -- % _- Palm Beach colored AnDieI S. R. M.\L LO K V. .. ... .... ". l'euKacolu. ; you can
-' -- Mrs get all the water you want."

l : '. Evening,. Stat' Lodge, 'lo. 46, Lightburu U. S. CO.\'(]llb'SSJibN. "Xo, kind lady, 1 han an iron constitution,, Grain and all Food Supplies. -

f Knights of Pythias I Miami, colored, Principal, A. C. BOBT. \V. DAVIS ........,......... ... P.ilalkaS. au'water will rust it.".-Xew .York Evening ,

j: ; !. Lifihtbura Jr. M. Sl'AUKMAN .. .... ... ........ Tauijia World. ,\ '
.;1( .le tlcreIYFIIJaYNlghtat7oop.m.stantard -.-
i. : i time! ," 'Vlsitjnff-bnthers: cordially lnvite l.Cast'e I Miami, colored Assistant, J. H. Davis. Prof. Frank -
Idner is
t I .. COJJlSSIOHE, now prepared to) COUNTRY ,
1'uhlic School
over Building. do Piano Tuning and
Repairing. Leave
pt ; ; J. A. PCGUC. C. West Palm Beach colored, Principal R. H. M. DAVIDSON. Ouincy, Kla....Chairman orders at Idner & Son's. .i1' !

:, 1 \V,L. WinucvER, K, of R. & S. 2-4-97 I Lottie H. Stephens. H. E. DAY......... .........................Gainesville Always Fresh, Kept in Stock. : .

: I West Palm Beach Colored Assistant. J. M. BRYAN....... .._ .....................KbsinimeeJOHN ; Man Overboard -Help! Help! '
-- Mrs. N. L. Jackson. L. NtiKUiY.; JK. Clerk..... ...... Arcadia I IlIeadluarterl M l ranger-Whuy don't ye swim? Your Patronage Solicited. .1'\
and offices of the Board at Tal- -1 don't know how."
: SCHOOL BOARD. Juto school discontinued. l \\est) Palm Beach Fla., _
ahassee.'S.. egorra, )'e'\'e got ..an ilb'gant chanco to Jk 4-1-1 ,
-.. Petition from M. B. Lyman and others ll'arll.-Tbe Itivul. "

I ; Regular fleeting of the County Board asking that the school be moved I to GenDirectory.COURT If <

j I I For the Month of June. Lantana laid over until next meeting. -- No boats need when to send away A.from T. home for: .
rj .., any Capt. Rose catbuild .
On motion the thanks of the Boardbe CALENDAR, you one as fine or as cheap as you i
: WEST PALM B -\ClI. FI.A (Seventh Circuit.) want. See him and place -
t tendered Mr. Flagler for his donation your order. LAZY-LAND. v\ : I

I1 June 17, 1898. j r of land to West Palm Beach school. J .D. BRUUMb.I : ................,.Circuit Juuge \ r ':- -
'iu The regular meeting of the County J. I). BEGUs.. ,_........ Stlte'sAtlorneJ I Mable-George, I wishyou would enlfct. -
The thanks of the Board are tenderedMr. SPitiNG TEUM.Osc George Why,dear I thought you confessed [Written for the Timl' .Union and Citizen.]

-_ School ;Board vas held to-day having J. D. Mathis for the delicious watermelon ">ola County, 1st Monday.. in March... that jou loted me? Three signal rn"n wandered alone the sand MUSIC

_/ Present,.]. W. Jaceon kbeenpostp6ned. presented the Board. Orange Lake M" 4th"2<1 MVolnsia .. Mable -I did say so. but if jou were to join Each with a wit.wag flag.in his hand:

Chairman; J. W. Comslock, W. L. .. :2d April. the army perhaps you might learn what arms And they wagged as they went. .
Widmeyer Z. T. Merritt. Sec'y. Appointments to other schools laid Bretard 4th are for. And the message they sent- Hath Charms! -
o\er until next meeting. Dade 1st Monday after 4th Mon After that she had no cause' to complainEx. .- We are safe on thcshon-Hof Lazyland. -
r The Superintendent submitted the following _ day in April.FALL ---I IS
1ThI report: TERM. They have left off eating and drinking here;
The following warrants were issued Osccol.i County,1st :Monday in October. For Green Corn and Huckleberriescall They never do any thinking, here; -
"Held .
a teachers' examination .
at Miami "
to.day for general Orange They never walk
IL expenses: on J. D. Matbis' Clematis Avenue .
; June 7th, Sth, 9th and loth with 14 Xo. Amt.fti'O Lake 4th Supply Store. And they never talk These Prices Have a Joyous .

examinerers, 2 for 1st grade certificate E J Byln ton. Examination Xo- Volusla' 2d Nov. And they fall asleep without winking, here.
: and '12 for 2nd grade. Below is a list of ticc ,.......... .... ............ ..........| 3 90 Brevard 4th 4' lIoste.s (at a partj)-And does you Xobod/'H in a hurry here; Ring. We've almost foldout j
027 W J Chet; 'is, labor and 1st Monday after the 4th.Monday mother allow you to have two ],IeLts of pie
:, I those"who. passed! with their grade andper work No. 1.................scavenger.. ... ....... 4 25 in November. when you are at home, 'Tin They are not permitted to worry here: \ ) our ..,- -..."-.,){
L I a wide. still place, ;oz ;-
cent. grading committee k n- 92 S A F Quimby recording deed ..... 1 25; GOrT SIGNAL SERVICE DEF"1 WiI.ie (who has asked for a second piece)- And not a face

; f sisted of Mrs. Geo. Lyman, ML-s A.. F. 92' R It Frazier, paint and painting J. W.CKONK...................... ... Xd, uia'um.. Show any symptoms of flurry, here. Musical ::
I : Merritt and L. F. Hindry met on Monday Xo 7................ ......................? 10 25 Observe.r.. HobteoH-We.1, doyou think she would like Ilf
,; 0:>0 J W JackHon mileage and per Ob-ervatory at.Jnpiter Inlet.GOVT you to have two pieces here? No bells are lung in the morning/: r ; .
i June 13 at Miami, and completed Willie They care not at all for adorning, here: :
: diem with ditto examination tconfidt'otlY-Oh. she wouldn't care. InstrumentsHere's
i1 their labor HOUSE SERVICELisrnt .. ...__ __ ___ _. r
Wednesday, June 15. This Jun't hAt.I... ..-'Pl.Ibu._ .. All e/tiinHa nrAnd tiiicfior.m_ ].
services, three daj K...... ............. 21 40 House at -- --- -
I Received of the examinees $14(x, 031 J W Comstock,mileage and per JAMES A. AKMUUU ...Jupiter.... ....Inlet.. a man who rushed

which have, turned over to the Treasurer diem ........................................... 2 60 J. A. WELLS........ ..... ....... IctAsMistan Keepe Side LOST-Sunday afternoon ou the East Would be treated with absolute scorning.here; I
: I <.. On my final settlement with' R. ,i>32 W L \\Mraejer mileage and per 2 60 J. A. I'iNli.: .... ........__.... 2d AssistanDISTRICT Gardner between Fremd's Commodore Clark's and They do not take many papers, here; the Finishing | ]J

I : diem.... ......................... ............ 50 00 .5. an Anheuser-Busch Xo politician's cut any capers here
I J! E. McDonald I overpaid him fivedol.I gold A silver eagle watch chain. Finder ; Touches
I I !l3! Mrs Ceo B Lyman, fitnhes on' SCHOOLS. will be rewarded They have no"views" : :

; I, lars. The error arose from having 933 Z. T. Merritt salery. May............ 50 00 Seminole Hotel. .by presenting it at the And they tell no new M.
: closed his room at No. 3 before the term grading committee with icileage 14 OOgrading LEMON L'lTV.R. 6-16 And they burn no a-idnight taper here. : A $6.50 Maple GuiJ .

I I ;:: expired. The same has been refunded 9 :5 -V 01.1........................................ K.Mc DONALD.................?.......... ): Mr.James Mc.James, Baraboon \Vis., said ?a-' ;
I 1K56 Ada F Merritt. MISS M. A. MiDOXALD..........At.M tan Xo lovers are ever permitted. here; : tar finely finished i? "-
i : I and will be. turned over to the County on E. L. \VIUTK:..... ... .........Supcrvlw the clerk at the express office reading the address Reformers Ire not admitted, here; ,
committee.-..... 8 00 on the package. "What
I I J' : Treasurer. tt: L F. Iliudry sen iced on grading POTSDAM. tcut, madam: ?" are the con- They argue not, For $4-75-

t i i, :. .. The final reports of.Nos. 3, 4, 10,' 21 committee mileage: etc............. 14 90 L K. KI D'l ElL..........._Instructor. "'.\ solitaire diamond ring,'' In this peaceflllspot. .
I R.It. FRAZIER..................... Supervise replied the And their clotbcr all come ready fitted, here .
f and 24 are in, and teachers paid 93S Z T Merritt,postage/: telegrams.! flung woman coldly, ; .

I :. I the month follows during etc ............ ................................ 3 fcO NUfTUXB.: -What is the \alui'?'' Electricity has not been beard of, here, Gui4

1 \ r t : R B McDonald as, May 2....:.. ... .;... .. ... .$! 9:5U Hush ng & Herring pump,Xo 15 500 .MISS..IRENE.............RICKARDS..-.-................ ...Instructo Supervisor "Xothing me," the said l, feti'l' more cold And steam has been spoken uo word of, here; A Nice Cheaper ,
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? ;r 50Annie It GLee
I I ?? nmt.Xo. 12 ................ 25 00FINANCIAL ly.-Chicago tribune. They stay where they are;
Ii M McDonald May 2...... .............. -Jo l 00 JUPITER tar for

:, 1J S.r,; Mrs H S Hobbi, May 5.............................. 20 IOOIOO REPORT MRS. W. A. II. UOBBS....................Instructo Boat building done right at home in Or And a horse coach or a ear,
I Jeanuette Obenchain, May 7.................... 4o Of Lade: County School Board for the .J.A.AUMOyii.......Supervise the most approved manner good workmanship a is a thing not heard of. here; $300former

i I Mrs Ceo Ljman ..._._....._..... -
May .
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L 4()IOOIOO month of JUXO. and at living prices. Call During war, this is a crazy land;
'.-'.I'I't I Jas C Harris, ., .."_......-.._.......... -C) May, 1898: AXXIE E. G. M ETC ALK................Instructo Capt. A. T. Rose. on A worrying hurrying mazy land;
''I: RECEIPTS. A. E. IIEYsEU:: ,-.... ..... .. .Supervisor: I! You should not stay price, $5.00. f t '

The May 1, Cash baud............. ... "Colonel s-iid ()
: close of the year will find the on $1,759; 77 MANGOXIA.MHS u forlorn looking recruitone You should find your way _

I 1 : Board with about 1700.00 to May..3, T J Hanlee. taxes............... G1G8G I ROSA Jim E Instructo pay day,"my mother-in-law wad opposed To Jupiter-to LazJ'lnn _P. E. A. I ..
The carry or sr. polls............... acoo UhOKGK S. ROU'LEV: ......... Supervisor no lilY enlisting, and I wish jou'd write United States signal Station. Jupiur 'la. I
: expenditures will amount this 3 ear :. Miy 17, J B \bitfield, red tax fund 2 32May WEST PALM BEACII. home and tell her I'm killed." "Too late," re A Good Violin for

11 1 ; to something over $12.303.00 (the exact. : 20, W II Itejnolds 1 mill tax 320: 90 I... F llIXD Il Y...................... Principal plied the colonel, "she's on the ground now, .---.-- -- ---- ----
: 'i I amount will appear in annual LULU .\XG E\'INE.................?....... Assisstan waiting to draw your I'ulnry.Stnnton.The $475former .
I my statement Total.................. ................$2,741 :!:J D. Ii.iXGEisOLL: ...
., ). This includes about Supervise best HOTEL
$2.800.00for Watermelons in the marketare
't t i building ITEMIZED EXPENDITURES. COLORED. to be found at the Clematis The Palms price $6.50.Trimmings .
: furniture charts globes, Kh 21. Jim C Harris, tl'llcher.O 00 .T. E. .YOX F. .Instructo : Avenueri1' I ,

I I etc. The following estimate for next April 5, E II Dimiek hooks................. 42 D. R. IXGERSOLL...............?, .......Superviw: Store. _

_ V year is. piesented: subject to your approvalvafter My8. 11 T Grant, labor Xo 18..t 50 LAXTAN'A. "WelL Kuli, dis war beat de devil! It RhoV Now Open For Winter

which it will be sent to the M. K Gruber; nails.................... tS i MRS. GEO. LYMAX.. Instructor do. W'y. dar w uz Mister Ben -dey call him Travel : 1:
.Circuit Clerk: '. Paul Jones,scavengerork....... 900 A. W'.UAUXETT. l'5uJ..ervisorELLIOTT' 'kunnel in time er,peace en he answer to All Modem Improvements-
Electric and
i T X Gautier. StringsWe
: scavenger uorit, KEY. 'kennel'
same ez a nigger to
For" purchase of text books, charts, et<....$ 100 IOO Xos 18 and 20.......................... y 00 JAMES HAlt HI ........................Instructor. \\ufn he l.in'in de army de Nunited pay day State; but! Bells, Baths, Etc. :
Construction of school houses ........ :3T R. II. THOMPsON. carry a Complete Line of ;
000 oo Meriitt, postage etc........ 1 73: : Supenisor. didn't reckernize his eullNtmente. De $2.00 TO
: Rent of school housts....__........ _. cap'nsay I $3.00 PER DAY.
? 500 oo i Lainlnrt I'otter.lutnber......... 853 BELLE FLORA.L. : Ier himGit in line dar redheaded ; Strings and Trimmings for
!; Repair .......... ..... ..... f )IOO J V. P. ...... you i Addressv'' ..
: "" Comstock mileage and per KIDXER ..............._.Instructor. devil, en keep yo' mouth shet!' Pears lake dis Guitar.
J, ;I. "" Insurance of school houses............. 100 too diem.......... .:........;.................. :200:: R. R. FRAZIER..............................SupeniborI5ISCAYSE. I I j er;:v-ment U a mighty disrctpecter er Ims"ontAtIlUtaJourn'lf. THE i Banjo, Mandolin and -
Incidental expenee forbdiool May 3V Widuiejer PALMS
.. houses jooo too mileage and : Autoharp.Harmonicas.
: f"or furniture for school house ....... 100000 per diem......................................... 5 40 1-16-96 West I
,j I *. Per diem and May,, Z Merritt.:: E. LEE......................................... Instructor Palm Beach, Florida. -
;. \ .* Incidental expense mileage of of School Board ll'rd and 42500:; .I J, Jackson,talnry mileage fur and April.per... :;o 00 F PAGE .ILSOX......................... SIIll'f'IthrCTLEH. : Pineapple Slips and Suckers For Sale, (5)

I County Superintendent............... 35000 diem......................................... 17 00 Of the following varieties: Smooth
; Tor salary of County Supt of schools..... 600 M ay.3. Burgus,reut. Xo 23:.......... 25 CO I AnOn LEE DAMOX ........?.InstructoV.U. West E. H. DnnC, ..
I. "- ." of teachers of schools Xo i to2SiflClw'ive. 100 FMatthans, rent, Xo ::1 6......... 2:; 00 \ rC/ZARl)............................. SUjer'lsurm.UII. : Cayenne, Enville City Abbakas and Proprietor Homer's-the} Best 23c Harp : .

\ ..... ..... ...... ..... ...-... 5450 oo The Iollowingwarrants were Issued for the : Red Spanish grown from young plants in the World. :

TotaL....... .... ......... .._ piijme.It ol teacher salaries: i!>.V F. MEKUITT...... ..................rrinripa and without cover. For prices call on Palm Luthvig-a Fine loc Article.
A : :- $16 125 i oo Mire '. Addie Lee Damon....... .........40 00 AMY M. }MNN: .... ............ .............Wkran address C. A. ROBINSON. t -.
'- March 12. Annie :M: MeDannJ.l. .............. ii ...... T. X. G.iUTIEK.Suoenho -,- ..
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t I I would recommend that you ask that .. W A II Uobbs..............-.. 40 00 VV I COLORED. 6'23 St Eden, Indian River, Fla. Beach \,

/ : Ii five mills be assessed. I present )ou a March 31. Rosa Forrey.........__.... ..... 4000 MRS. X. L. J\CK O\..... .............Ini .
; petition from Geo. Richardson and others .-, Ma.ai> M May ..................... 40 OO A C. LIGHTBOUKNE.... .... ........SupenisoLEESVILLC. You Have Also Met Him. ... .)

1 Jas C Harris ..._.................. 4000 -- : Stationery.
f that .
asking Mrs. .
G. B. Stephens be Mrs II S Iiobb ..._................ 4000 Srs\VS; XDERS. He walks the streets with kingly air as proud as Drug __ -
II :; returned to Cocoanut Grove next year, -\1'1'1111. \V A II Hobbs....................... 40 oo P. LEE ........................ In-tructo uper\it fabled god. I '
J it also one from J. M. Dingle and others, -\lIr1113.. Annie K (S Metcalfe._ ........ 40 00 The men folks tip their hats to him; the ladies I

i tf asking that :Mrs. N. L. Jackson be not MauJe Gee.... ...................:... 4() oo COCOANUT GUOVE. smile and nod. Store. : ANTHONY BROSi

I :bII returned ..\prilI4. Rosa Forrey......................... 4000 MRS.G. B. STEPHEN'S....... ..........Instructo lie is hero in his town before .
a him
to Miami colored school, No \v.J.sIIO.NE................. ; all do :'
ti 18. April.. is. Mr II S Hubbs..... ........ ...... 4000) .supervisor bow I I I

ss } :2. MM I G U !'te ,he-us................. 4000 COCOA PLUM. And tell him he has nobly won the laurels on I II -DEALEH8 IX- -- Merchants
Jlr, Flakier l has kindly given the Board I u 1'4, M -Mann ..... IRS.: J\XETT ,
t Amy ................. -to 00 OBEXCHAIX ....Instructo his brow. :
k the balance of the land between the f '. 27, Addie Lee !Mamou ............... 41)() 0(, A. 1-'. L.VXG.. ..................SupervkoEVERGLADE. Not as valiant soldier did he win enduringfame. I

I t\ school lot and the alley at X j. West 'I :May: ..2, U C McDonald":......_... .............. 37 :;,) I L West Palm Beach, Florida.

; 13. .\i.nk> :M: :McDonald: ......... ...... 40 00 :MIVNIE: M). MAY...... ................... .Instruct. i-
Palui Xor
Beach. I uoull reccommend that May.. 5, Mrs H s Hobbs\ _...._....._? 2000 W1:,FJSH 11:...._... .. ._..............Sllpen.itlOr as ored a gifted name.statesman did he gain an hon Drugs, Toilet Articles !!

,\9 the Uoard return hid a vote of thanks. 'f 7, Jesunette Obenchain..... .......... 40 00 LIXTOV. lie is no world famed _:: -
i Jd The following examinees passed; the May 11, Mrs CeH! Lym.n...... .. ............ 40 00 W. A. II. IIOBBs............................Instnw-to from their bins. preacher leading people I I ---- ----- -- -

; .11t. Jane examination:. I ., J C Ua rril!.......: ...................... 40 00 ."........................... .........Supervise lie's the proud, imperial papa of a pair of pur- Fine Stationery and Zu3c2ih for qho .5-n.: -:

:pt Miss Dollie Richardson 3rd grade, Tot al., .......................-.....$1,014 :5GRECAPITULATION' MAUI GEE.EOYXTOX. Instructo ple twins -Denver Post.

I I' iwl 724-9percentaverage. CHAS: W. PIERCE. ......._SUI'f'r'iI'ClrP.LI ----- --

lv ,.: Miss L lla Paris, 3rd grade, 6S 26-27 :: BE.\CII. "I can-n't understand thK blarsted country Druggist Sundries.

,j II r. "- Total Ileceipts: .___..._.?.._........_2.741 25; I MISS! IL DEBOGORY .........._....._Instructo ," said the Engli tourist."ChalJ Mud to pARLOR TONSOILALSUOP
I per cent average. _% Total Expenditures, .....:................ I'ol4 3(> h. X. UIMU.K....-.....m.._..._..........SuperviVoCOLORED. me, 'Golf makes me tired' 'Ah,' said I, you Prescriptions

I>Miis t .. M., .- Obenchain: ),'.3rd. .grade.. :;f OO};. Balance in Tn'ai'ury$1..26 GO I. play too much.' 'Yor're crazy,' said he, '1 East Coast Carefully I Compound*] BROWN HOI.DEN, Propr.

per cent.. average. Z. .MERRITT, Supt. ANNIE D. LIGIiTBOCRSE.. ln"truetor don't play at all.: Now how could he be I Business Solicited NEW SHOP-FIST SERVICES
,I I JOHN U r&E...............................,.Sujervisor ,tired'"-Philadelphia Kecord. WEST PALM BEACH CLASS
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