The Tropical sun
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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: June 30, 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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t XVI NTIIRY T aD iit 8 ,1Waroao s..r4 ', I, ,, I,' XIX CENTURY.

Co.Eio/id/aGd.RirHET: ;: :,cttaUliM f.6.M, j PALM I BEACH DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
P A SUN,Hok.:18.1891. : ," JUNE 30, 1898. VOLUME XII. NO. 20.

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Interesting Items Gathered by Our H. J. Machettie-: ,- of Hobe Sound Is People as They Come and Qo-PeopIe. feral has established his headquarters in the Local Happenings From Our Note
O Schwan Establishes Head-
Scribes :Throughout the County. spending a few weeks with the proprietor You Mayor- May Not Know.--' southeastern wing of the office floor. He Book and From Other Sources.

..- of Scotia Farm. .. ,IfF ..! : quarters at the Royal Palm.s has a large staff and many clerks,. who ..

NEPTUNE.NOTES. Miss Rosa Forrey, of Lantana wasa +- occupy four .large rooms. General The Slices house on the Lake front

-...- Charles Carroll and his son James has visitor in'town Tuesday of this week HOTEL ROYAL PALM, :MIAMI, FI.A., Schwan is too much of a soldier to live several miles south of Own, was burnedby

bought a lot of land back on the freih June 26, 18g8. in a hotel. 'here fore be and his staff have a forest fire the first of this week.
Lee H. Miller Government Revenue
water and will set out trees and This place be well known to thou .
orange may pitched their sleeping tents just to the ---'
Inspector, was a Visitor to this town lastweek N. W. Chasehas gone to Miami to
pineapples during the summer. sands of tourists who have nothing to do north of tht hotel in a large cocoanut An ic- famine struck this town Sun-.
a guest of the Seminole Hotel. take a hand in the rush of business down
the Winter time but travel in searchof and of thin week.
there. tn' grove on the bay front. General Wheaton day, Monday Tuesday

Beginning with July 1st, Jimmie Armour Subscriptions can now be obtained'atthe the choicest nooks on the globe, but in command of the First Brigade off This is pretty hot weather for the" ice

will be the mail carrier Hypoluxo postoffice for the war loan Will Whidden is back on the cattle it is new territory to the thousands o the division, has also taken up a position factory to go back on its patrons.
between Jupiter and -three per cent U. S. bonds. Come up, range west of Jupiter looking up stock soldiers who are resting by the waysideon in the cocoanut grove. He, too, is

Neptune. boys, with your hard earned wealth and for his market trade.G. their march to Cuba. Judging by surrounded by his staff: I John McCauley was the only applicant .

Inman H. Fisher is at West Palm invest. the>.many favorable comments, both officers The soldiers do not seem to be able to for leniency in the Mayor's Court

Beach this week, enjoying town life after E. Roberts has purchased a piece oft W. Idner has opened np a branch and men are more than satisfied say enough In/praise of the treatment Monday morning. He got what-

a sojourn ou hispineapple farm a muck land of C. Upton, near the.foot of of,business at Miami, of the jewelry and with their new camp. One was heardto that they are receiving. They will] always he asked for, and likewise played ,a

musical merchandise firm of Idner & remark that all he missed good one on the Mayor.
Jupiter. the Lake, and will soon. have a house to-day wasa cherish a warm spot in their hearts

completed on the same. "Blessed is he Son. sweetheart to make his happiness for all Floridians. From the time they
"Uncle Jimmie" Kinsley has been taken Tuesday promises to be a busy day la
that has of his own." .. complete. ,j. entered the borders of the. State they
Thomas Mitchell of Cocoa the
to West Palm Beach where he will wason West Palm Beach. The County School.
From of view it must be
Lake this week in the interest of the I. every point were given an opportunity of observingthe
be able to receive constant attention and Board called for that date and the
W. is land conceded that the War dis- are
J. Harper sowing his. to Department warm and hospitality of
R. &L. W. generous
Growers' Associa-
medical service. His friends all hope Pineapple Democratic Executive Committee
buck-wheat for a summer crop, not to tion. played a great amount wisdom. in selecting the people of Florida. As an officer remarked County
for his early recovery.County will meet here also on that day.
make money from, but to improve and Miami as a place of encamp it was no small task for the la-

Commissioner-elect W. V. keep the land in the best possible con Carl Schrebnick and Max Sirkin are ment. So far as temperature is concerned dies of Miami, yet they met every sec between the West
The water pipes
Rushing has received his cppointment dition, also to provide a little work in Miami this week, looking for .locations no camp at present occupied by tion of the Texas regiment, the first to Palm Beach water works and the EastSide
through the dull work somehowhas to establish branches of their dry United States is comfortable. t/
season more
from the Governor and his commissionwill ; troops arrive, and supplied them all with coffee hotels are to be replaced: and about
a tendency to off the blues. goods establishments here. A thermometer
keep self-registering on
and lunch.
a coming
probably be here this week, his bond troops six thousand feet of additional pipingto
the veranda of the Hotel Royal Palm through were stopped at New Smyrnaand
having been promptly forwarded. The invitation cards are out for a marriage L. A. Willson is enjoying a visft from c6inpletedjto-day its record for the be put in on the hotel grounds. It is
past Fort Pierce for coffee, supplied by
Mrs. Willson and his also that the capacity of the
feast to off Thursday children, all of reported
come even- week. It is tacked en the bulletin board
The the Government and for
F. E. C. Ry. are building a good arranged by
whom arrived works is to be enlarged.At .
here last
ing at seven o'clock. The contracting night from Kis- water
and shows the minimum to
steamer wharf at the depot here and temperature Lieutenant Byron of General Schwan'staff.Special
parties are Mr. Jack Evans and Miss Alma simmee on a visit to this town.D. .
have been maximum 82
are soon to erect a comfortable waiting 72 degrees; Staff Cor. in Times-Union the inspection of guns and accoutrements -
Griffith. This is the
a wee couple
room for passengers. The improve M. Geanrideau, the well known degrees. and Citizen. of the Lake Worth Home
bride weighs eighty pounds and the rom'a health standpoint, it is not believed .
ments being made the at --- .
by Company conducted
will not barber of this town, left for Miami las .; Guards last:Week, by Capt.J.
groom weigh an ounce more. that Miami has The
this point are very much needed.W. an equal. W. I. Metbalf :returned last all brought in
God them and life.Everyhodyis plight where he will open up shop dur- Attorney ,, P. McKenna, guns
grant a long happy city is but a trifle more than two
V ing the stay of the soldiers] in*that place. years night from a professional trip up Indian were found, to be in good condition.
R;'Moses and Dr R.,. B. P tter. of ,_ olds and its death rate is about one per- River failed U*
number holding
now through shipping _I101J Quite a guns
West Palm }Beach accompanied Geo. Carl Schrebnick son per annum. The water supply is
returned from Miami fOr
and find that of report inspection.
W. Lainhart on a trip Tuesday of this we 15,800 crates tomatoes this exhaustless. The city works alone has D. M. Hutchinson, one of the young
morning secured
week to the orange grove property in alone have been shipped from the store room there, having, and in a week a or good ten an immense capacity. Then there is men engaged in the pineapple business 'Last Ffiday night, the members of
muck lands of :
which the latter gentleman is interested Hypoluxo-over 400 days will have a branch business locatedat the pure sparkling water reached by south of town, is expected to arrive at EvenijSstar Lodge No. 46 Knights of

up on the Loxahatchee River, west crates per acre-and probably 2,000 cratesof that point. driven wells at a depth of ten or twelve home this week from quite an extendedvisit Pytbjjp&lected the following officersfor

of this place. It is said that Dr. Potter beans egg plant etc., besides the potatoes I feet. For bathing purposes there are with friends in St. Louis. tlfnext! semi-annual term: W; P.jj-

and Mr. Moses contemplate purchasingpart and watermelons. This does not Dr. E. W. Pugh was a visitor in Miami the entire Biscayne Bay and :Miami River Armstrong, Jr.. C. C. W. G. DeBerry,

of the tract, and will each engagein include what was grown ,on Hypoluxo from Friday of last week until Tuesday fronts, and soldiers can be seen in Miss Annie E. G. Meccalfe has purchased C.. G. S Adams P. H. T. Grant
V. ,
the culture of a grove.MANGONIA Island, which belongs to this place, of this week.' He described some bathin at all hours of the day. a tract of land off the north end M of W. ;S. H. Happersett, M. at A.

._ which raised about 2,000 crates of tomatoes The natural attractions cf of the Staphen property south of town,
--- lively scenes attending the first arrivalof place, These officers will be installed tomorrow
egg plants; beans, etc. and will soon begin clearing and improving -
MUTTERIXGS. troops there last week. while by no means a necessity to camp night, and a full attendance of the

life, form a very pleasant feature, and the same. lodge membership is expected.The .

We have had to forest L1XTOX LOCALS. the'men find keen enjoyment in strolling r
fight fires J. W. Comstock, member of the County Soldier boys have been passing

for about a week now. ---- School board from this district is along the bay and river fronts, walking through here bound for Miami from .Lake Band is trying hard to per-

:Miss Effie Tucker is visiting;friends at superintending grading of the town through the picturesque Royal Palm Hotel camp at Mobile, Ala., at the rate of fiveor fect a substantial organization again.

A carload of glasses was received at Miami. school yard, and expects to grass the grounds and sitting on the spacious six train loads per day for the pastfive Tuesday night a meeting was held fit

the canning factory last week. same and plant out shade trees. verandas gazing over the waters of the six AU all look this place and another meeting is calledfor
or : days. m they
R. W. Milbourn was at West Palm bay to the ocean beyond. next Tuesday. There is no doubt
like men who can and want to fight, and
The most noticeable tbicg about our Beach Sunday. George Zapf has rented ground space The men of General Schwan's divisionare but there is plenty of good material on
they will likely be favorably heard from
rains just now is their incapacity. F. L. Tenbrook and J. H. Gunnell and is erecting a restaurant building at rolling in at the tate of one regiment when once they reach Cuba or Porto the Lake to make np a first class band,

Smoke began coming out.ofthe canning took the train for Miami Sunday night. Miami. He will probably send down a day, and the camp is rapidly assuming Rico. if only the boys could be gotten to at..

his surplus pool and billiard tables from large proportions. The groundon VAt tend practice and to participate "when
factory's smoke stack Tuesday. The pineapple crop is holding out well this point and open a pool room.near : which they are located is high and the election of officers of Lake needed. _

Pineapple shipments are quite large Large shipments are being made almost the camp. well drained. Tent pegs are in many Worth Lodge No. 53 I. 0. 0. F., held
in this town
daily.W. cases driven through the porous coral- Monday night, the following were elect One of the neatest houses
now, and the pines are of good size and town
R. C. Enos, one of Lake Wonh's od me rock. The men are now at work ed officers for the ensuing term: Geo.L. is that just being completed by

quality.The J. Thornton drove to West Palm and highly respected citizens, is now at cleaning np the company streets and Branning, X. G.; L. W. Burkhardt, marshal Paul C. Jones. It is located on

sharpie "Ina" is up and out on Beach Wednesday and returned Friday Danville, Ills., where he expects to re- hauling in quantities of palmetto leaves, V. G.; R. G. Sulzner Secy.; and :Max Poinsetta street north of the railroad.The .

Gale & Co's. ways for a general toningup afternoon.L. main for some time. Tufi SUN will which they claim make excellent bed Sirkin, Treas. Installation of officers unique designs in theinterior finish

and embellishing. keep him posted as to happenings and ding. The camp being located from the will take place Monda night of next both of wood work and paint decoration
G. Lyman i is painting his building is week. make it a most comfortable and con-
news of the State of Dade. bay to the river front, there a delightful _
Rev. W. J. Cady, of the West Palm which will add very much to the appear breeze day and night. The air is free venient little home-too nice for an old
The to have of the
Beach Congregational Church, was visiting ance of the town. Miss Evelyn Clark, one of Daytona's of moisture and the men sleep well., The gentleman charge bachelor like Paul, but then Paul might
new canning factory at Mangonia arrived .
i parishoners up in this vicinity Tues most estmable young ladies is a guestof air is also conducive to good appetites from A. reform some day. Who knows?
: Chicago Monday night.
day. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Lyman spent Sunday her friends Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stowers ;and no portion of any man's rations is:
i F Doremus is to install the plant and Methodist church is now
at the Hotel Palms. Miss The new
at Lantana the of wasted.
M. B.
Capt. U.. D.. Hendrickson's schooner .guest Ly put it in working order. C. N. Holden is enclosed and rooted, and as
has many friends here who have not completely
man family. The opening of the Hotel Pal.n
"Mary B." came in last Friday, and, an expert chtmist and is to superintendthe windows floor and seats are put
her V
forgotten former welcome visit. soon as ,
tf the aud finest of the Flor-
after unloading, was put on the'ways -. .- one newest canning. Mr. Flannery is to assist Rev.
Mrs. S. J. Lan was suddenly called to ida East Coast is in will be ready occupancy.
System, proving a
Monday to prepare her for a trip to Mr. Holden and will stay here perma credit for the
Jacksonville. the northern part'of the State to see a Gus Anthony visited Miami Monday great convenience and luxury to many. Walker' deserves great
These should be
nently. gentlemen
encouraged -
sister that is very ill. night, returning Tuesday morning. Today The hotel was opened on Sunday under in to aid them in energy he has displayed in forwardingthe
every way
Rabbits, coons and 'possums are committing -- he leaves for New York to purchasea the personal direction of General Super construction.

V serious depredations on our The song service at the school house stock of goods to put in at Miami, intendent C B. Knott. The hotel had making their project a success.

pineapple' plantations; from the numberof Sunday evening was well attended and having secured a storeroom in the new long since,been closed, and it was sup Will Whidden returned last night Fourth of July Celebration.

pines they have consumed the pesky enjoyed by all present. Oliver Block being erected there, posed until the next winter season. Although from his trip through the middle part of ... -- v
varmint to be fat and in
but three days were given for the State. His report on the conditions The business men and citizens of Jacksonville -
condition now. Peter Petersen is preparing groundfor Gea. S. Adams proprietor of the City the force for
preparation, cele-
necessary prevailing there is sad indeed. The have arranged for a large

seed beds. He will plant pepper Market, returned Tuesday night with each department was gathered together, com and pea crop are burned,up by dry bration on the Fourth of July. The *
The alligator hunters came in from the and the first of his family from their visit to in
i egg plant the month. points and the dining room opened for Sunday weather while fine orange and other greatest attraction will be a parade and
V 'Glades last Saturday with over thirty Georgia. George the coolest
says place breakfast promptly on time. J. A. Mc- fruit trees are literally dying. Pine review of the entire Seventh Army Corpsnow
hides. After laying in supplies they Mrs. Dickinson a florist of Miami lie has seen this summer is West Palm
Guire, of St. Augustine, arrived here on trees are shedding their straw browned encamped there, and also the sev-
t went back the first of this week and sent up here for some ornamental shrub Beach. This seems to be the verdict of
Saturday to relieve his partner, J. A. as if by fire. The possibility of a potato eral thousand additional troops that are
again after the bery. What's the matter of the
are the who
'gators. "Cityon many have returned from out-
MacDonald of the cares of his share of crop is the cnly thing the -ttlers there expected by that date. The people of
the ?
Bay .
ing trips to States further north.A .
Geo. W. Sears, J. M. and F. A. Row I the work of opening, Mr. MacDonald have to look forward to for substenance. Florida will have an opportunity to wit-

Miss Lillie being busy with a large force of men in Will those who of conditions has before
complain such never
ley, of this place, and Lawrence Buie, Lane accompanied by her few weeks ago THE SUN man said says ness a display as

from up the river, left Monday for the little brother Jackson and a younger ns- that the several "Bros." mentioned at I the city putting the ground in order for here don't know what they haveto been held in the South, and which they

Bay on F. A. Rowley's launch None ter, left here Sunday for a visit to Ellsey, that time were preparing to kick up dirt' the constantly incoming troops. be thankful for. may never be able to see again. The en-

Levy County.M. I Realizing that the soldiers, even the tire infantry, cavalry and artillery will
Such. Geo. Sears goes to look after his somewhere in Dade pretty soon. The
land high privates, have none too much In addition to the conservatory to be parade; through the courtesy of General
there and arrange to move down prophecy was correct as it seems that
Mr. Knott has made constructed on the East Side hotel
there later in the season; Lawrence Buieis K. Lyman sa 'THE SUN was mis- the Earnest Bros., (Charles and Tom) money to spend. a Fitzhugh Lee.
scale of at the hotel that grounds, a building is to be erected to of
prices be
places will
addition there firing salutes -
on his way to begin work on a claim informed in regard to his intended visitto Rowley Bros.. (June and Frank) Miller

he has at Cutler; F. A Rowley goes to his lId home in Canada. The first he Bros.. (Charles and Dale) and the Porter everything within the reach of the men. be known as thelauaJttr's cottage. speeches, and music by the regi-
As au illustration, the privileges of the This is to be devoted to the exclusiveuse bands in the in the
knew of it mental city morn-
find something for himself or launchor was the announcement in the Bros (James and Wilford) are now
casino including bathing snit towels of invalids who desire the advantage in
pool, ing The parade will take place the
both do and each the
to may go as far as paper. owners of ten acre tracts of
and shower, have been at of hotel life without the noise, bustle and
room and bicycle parade at night.
pUt afternoon, a
find it muck land
Key West to while J. M. Rowley purchased at Hypoluxo. I
Some of
our young ladies are the recipients 15 cents. Hundreds of men cannot excitement incident to the occupancy of The railroads have made a rate of One
along to look after the others and They all to have their
goes expect respective
of buttons, guns and other par- swim while many'others do not care togo !I rooms in the main hotel itself. It will I Fare for the Round Trip from all places
make himself generally useful as wellas tracts in full cultivation bv next season.Here's .
apbanalia of war, in minature. Evidently into the bay or river. They can take be located between the Royal Poinciana in Florida. Tickets on sale July 2d, 3d

pilot.agreeable, aDd, incidentally, to act as the soldier boys remember "The success to them all! their daily plunge in the casino pool. I and the Inn, near the north line of the and 4th, and good to and! including! July

Girl I Left..Behind Me." .' ," Subscribe for.. THE SUN.. 1 Ope Qf the first! to take advantage oft \ hotel grounds.. '.". jth.

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: -granted to shoot. fireworks. in the 'dividends were paid on, the. small ,
f.trtf ..
l .I II a : : QttD f ft1U n1" :. park, provided, that; all .fireworks I capital stock held by the Association. ., -. ." "<. c
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1 that are liable to carry any distance members. :.ff5 J; -.,-: ,. 5 '.'" '-' s

M f 'I: i be shot out :;towards end into the This is something that no; grower: : .'

\a.T ; GUY I. METCALF. .- ,.EDITOR'_, Lake.. M. E.,GBDDEK. Mayor. of vegetables can afford_ to ignore. New; Goods a.4 '

:! ;}i '. West,Palm'Beach, ,June 6, 98. Organization means success: if success Spring ,

MEMBER OF A is ever! possible. Iackof; organization .
I''. ;1 t Florida Press Association. TlilE.a. jpst V as.sure to mtAn failure ; .. . -. -

j I\ AFFILIATEDVITJT, _, ORGANIZE._.IN_.. .i as'the crop is sure to be grown.. & CO.

{: ;i National Editorial Association. The increase, o7 vegetable acreagein Times have been too stringent with .- 44. Kohn Furehgott

: : .I the vicinity of Ojns from ten the farmer to risk failure. To learn ,
Iii :1' acres .
1 II:1: SUBSCRIPlIONi the season just past'to fully one hundred by experience is too costly, when ...rf.y.T.TT. IL =_
the State have
in in
1' ,5 f ; : One fear,In adTancv- ..._ "_?2.00 ) and thirty now ,being prepared hungry mouths depend on results.To The Leading and Largest Dry Goods Carpet.-: Iil1inery and Clothing House Foreign and ,Domestic

\ y Six Months in advance... ....;.....,.....$1.00 of others who Urge quantities of New '. : for next season, gives fair idea of gain by experience stock and are daily receiving India Linens Checked Nainsook, Prints
1 1i 1\, Three Months.In advance; ................. 50 a Organdies Wash Goods, White V
Dress Goods, Silks. Fancy at our Popnlar Low
identical offered
;; have worked along the same which are now
what the Etc.,
i f growth of tbisindustry' will L Embroideries, Straw Hats,
Notions Laces
Hosiery, Dress Goods, Linens, Hosiery -
'I r VrILISEED ,ITEBT 'l'IIUdDAT mean to'the "Great State of Dade" lines is possible, and the oppotu- Prices. A large quantity of goods are imported direct by us, such as ,
AT tion.
!, .. PALM should be grasped. and Organdies. Samples cheerfully sent on app1ic at low prices '
t. BEACH,BADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. before another twelve months have nity and complete line of Spring Goods as as
offer large
: ',\ ," I' ;J, rolled around. Organize! Get in shape- ,to realize any boors To our in the Wholesale United Trade States.we Liberal a Terms and the usual Cash Discounts shall give offer them d. very We lowest solicit p0s-the {t ,
them that we
1 ,j ,t CNTESED AT TUB. LOST. 'OPFIC IN,WEST PALMa successfully handle and to profitably every dollar your: crops are worth. patronage of the merchants throughout the State, assuring .

: t"\ : > BHAcn AS, "SECOND-<: MATTER.; market the imtnenwcrop: thatis Don't hold yourselves at the mercyof sible prices.. TTTTTTT : =
r'h' sure to be in Dade next the commission men and of the Clothing Gent Furnishln -
grown and elegant line>; of ,
'. showing a large ,
Pioneer Paper Dade County nod the lines. Put yourselfin are .G
OldestPublication" will the of Trunks .
: season require operation Lace Curtains,
.: Window Shades s
1 bn' the East Coast of Matting, ,
l demand hearing, Carpets,
-I' } business association a position to a ,
f Florida! between TltiwriHe a, organization or_ .

i, I t'"' V and Key West. of some kind, and it will require and yotfwill: always receive it. Organize Me., at Low Prices. ._ _
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Organize '
I : V keen, alert and sagacious men Organize !

!? Best Advertising Medium on the,:hast Coast at the head of it to conduct'' its af- & Co.
: of Florida. -Kohn Furehgott

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I j r Even now one of the most successful 5 -- > -. -
I[ AND Call to Meet in Orlando Wednesday,, > Fla.
I : AGAIN" AFTER FIFTY. ODD years growers of this sea son,seeing the absolute Jacksonville, .
I 1' : Dade has of August 3. 0-2"7' -
body Uncle
; ,Sura'o defenders necessity for the application "
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I y I ..: within her boundaries. ibis of business methods and principlesin ,
: The democratic party of the State of w l'V
\ ; time it is not to battle with ,
native the handling and marketing of Florida will hold a state convention at

I' ': 1 American redskins, but to hold and next year's and other future crops, Orlando, Fla., on Wednesday, August 3, qr fm.

;, ',t ,1 I acclimatize for embarkation the is earnestly at work, going about 1898, at 12 m, for the following purposes:

J, ,I _, ; troops to battle ou foreign soil among the growers and urging themto To nominate the following candidates

f I i ; against foreign foe., Fully seven unite and form some kind of an to-wit: Two justices of the supreme UBE DEALER AAbWAi = _

: I 11':1: thousand soldiers have taken up assc.ciation} that will work out the court, one for the full term of six: years E. G ,

i t and to fill the unexpired term of
I. 1. their temporary home in the town of welfare of rach and all. one

: : Miami since the Hon. B. S. Liddon, resigned; a slate !
4 i Jt. last issue of THE The opening of new markets, the I :
,1 j '/ treasurer to fill the unexpired term; two and Crockery
was printed-and still l they avoidance of gluts, the even distribution railroad commissioners each for the y, t

d f' come. Louisiana. Texas and Ala of shipments between
> points term of four and railroad
years, one commissioner
: i I :( bama have furnished Glassware,Lamps and Lanterns. 1,,
I the boys that the best the
II can give returns for the term of two years, to A ,-_
1, } tnat make up the regimeutt sent to keeping posted by wire ou every be voted for at the next regular state ... ,:: -- All Kinds of Boat Goods. #'.

t: 1 Miami, and if there were the room, change in the markets of this city election; and to transact such other bus sS\\ v Stoves,Tinware,Doors,Sash 11 Bitsta

i ; accommodations and facilities to and that the securing of fair rates iness as may come before the conven All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting' 3OOL ..

': I 'J I Properly provide for them dhubtlessmany and the prompt collection all overcharges tion. 111- Gasoline Stoves. Bins Flame Kerosene Oil Stoves..

i ; I\ r' thousands more would be the close wire The different counties inthe, state will 1 ._ -__ .a- Harrison Bros.' Ready Mixed Paints.
sent following by __
: .. t-i '"
send to the convention .::: ; ;: -
:E I t to this most delegates upon .zIo _.-_ Mail Orders Given Prompt: Attention 11 t y'i,
\ healthful
section of all of cars from the.moment they leave
basis of
I""r I i theseUnt't ed btates.I the following representation:
until they reach destination I One delegate for each one hundred votes

I : "'" these, are points that mean successor for the candidate o-i the state ticket CARDS LEGAL NOTICES.
; TilE'ELECTIOS'OF' W. 'C. CANNONS, failure to the individual grower who received: the highest number of [ II

t of Orange City, to the presidency of as they are attended toor neglected, votes at the general election of 1896 and 1XV .i'

i the Florida State Good Roads addition for the fraction in 0 }TOTICE OF APPLICATION Fat FLY1L"i
il Assoa nd they can only be secuied by a one vote excess W I. IETCALF, _i_ DISCHARGE. .
elation'was certainly' a wise move. business organization.The there of, when it amounts to fifty or

d "' Mr. Cannons!' ,.while for more. ATTORNEY. AT- LAW.NOTARY ,. YU r ;r Notice is hereby given,that Six Months after
} many years comparatively small cost of The counties under this rule will be PUBLIC. this date I shall apply to the County Judge 01-

a citizen of Yolusia County, is quite support of such an organization entitled to representation.as follows: Will practice in County,Stale and Federal KNWThat I Dade County, Florida for final discharge from 5,
8 n extensive in e"I the administration of the Estate of William ,
property owner Dade Courts.LAND
would tea but a trifle to each individual CASES A SPECIALTY. I .
and is Al-chua 14 Leon 14Levy I Parkin late of Dade County deceased.
5 recognized as one of the most 1 member, while its office m Tuoi'KHL SITN Clock, V
proper operation 2 the KATE B. PARKIS.Administratrix.. _
Baker 4 West Palm hunch Dade County florid
enterprising men who have cast their j '
would almost certainly meanthe Bradford 0Brevard Liberty 1 ,
lot in the southern of this 5 Manatee West Palm Beach Fla., February 2.C. 1Sg&. :;
pare 1 .
coun securing of the best returnsfor .
very .

ty. For four' years he was mayor of each man that the season and Citrus Calhoun 2 1 Madison Marion: !7> & GKAIIAH CO, LEjutable Lifo i I

Orange, City and, now is and for m-irket would stand. In this way, Clay 4 Monroe 4 :\J i
LP- ATTORNEYS AT LAW The Dade State Bank
time County
snore has been chairman of the and only in this does the Columbia G Nassau 4:
way grower

Board Volusia.of. County Commissioners of cease to be at the mercy of the Dade DeSoto 4 G Orange OdCeOla 10:! .perfecting'e Will
A stirring, Aggressive man commission man. In this way alone Ducal 22 Pasco 4 \Ve have closed our West Palm Beach office
he Any business from the Lake Worth !section or
is 11 8
naturally E/rnmbia
= posessed of e,jex- can the individual growers, weak in i folk northern part of Dade Courty should be referred Authorized Capital $100,000.
I Ii ecutive 'ability that should Franklin 2 Putnam 8 either to our Titusville or Miami office, Wrote Over$15ooooooo.oo
tmake themselves but in
powerful organization tiadiuleu 4 St. Johns 7 and will receive proper attention. I
;l I\1} him.eminently fitted for his import demand reasonable concessions Hamilton 4 Santa Rosa 15 Tltusville,Brevard County. and Miami.Dade Paid Up Capital $15,000.,:
r 1// County Florida. 10-21-97 I
ant position Hernando 4
those -Sumpter :
earnest men and treatment from the lines over

1 seeking to establish a Good Roads which their produce must necessarily Hillsborongh Holmes 2"ounnnce 3 Taylor 8 2 FRANK W.POPE. D. C.CAMPBELL. OFFICERS:

4 system that,will be a credit to our pass. .JacUon 0 Voluia 8 & CAMPBELL, New Insurance I E. Nr DIMICK, President.

,r j State. Jefferson 14 Wakulla ijLufaYl'tte pOPE U. D. HENDRICKSON VicePresident.GEO. .
there will be found
True, always
8 4
::1 THE "sore heads," those who "don't wantto Lake 7 Washington 3
:1 Democratic COMMITTEE of the be in anything Jones ia: into;" Lee 2 Ill East Bay Street, 1897. i iI Branch Office at West Palm Gaasl. {
party of Dade in 8-5-07 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
H. County The counties will select delegates I
t I those that think they can profit by ij
1 me'tsnext-'Tuepday at West Palm any manner which may be deemed best Office Hours From zo a. m. to I p. m. -
i bargaining high with such dealers as j
Beach to decide whether County of- by the people, acting through the part IT C. HOOD, ![. D.. -
are not recognized by the organization Has Now GeneralBankingBosinsssTransa&lCollections
fivers will this last I
; \"er.r, be nomi organization, as recognized by the
nt.teti) in
t i D management. These men sometimes PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.Office !! promptly remitted on day cI
: e.by' convention. or' primaries state convention Life Insurance in receipt. Draft bought and Bold on the pria- .J
Ii ThePeople at'large have gain by the very strength of All democrats are invited to participate and Residence near Royal Poindana i dpal eitto cf the United States. 4-29-97

i their spoken in the organization:: itself, whereas, but in the selection of delegates thereto Hotel PALM BEACH. ]:!-1-97

II least respective precincts, and at for the organization from which he including those who have become Force ofOver I
five of the
h :t \ the County seven, precincts of holds aloof, neither he nor the :gro: qualified'to vote sine the last election. E.'V.. PUG, M. D., j Clematis Avenue
favor pri- evil generally would have the ItThe chairman and secretary of eachcounty
maries. It will now rest with the convention held for the PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. I
est consideration were the organization purposeof $950,000,000.00
t County Executive ; Office in rear of DImick's Drug Storp. StoreWest
,' I Committee to so disbanded.The electing delegates the state convention Residence-West side of Olive Street, 3 Doors Supply :: _
arrange for these send Hon. W. A. South of Clematis Avenue.
primaries to
_ hat the are requested And Hasa
Indian River aiH Lake Worth -
i spirit of the law providing ft.r them Pineapple Growers Association lias Rawls chairman Tallahassee, Fla., a BEACH FLA. ::- Palm Beach, Florida, ,

will 'be curried out, and that theiroperation written or printed copy of the proceedings J. D. MATHIS, Proprietor.
r be given fair grown up and prospered: right along:: of such county conventions together R.B.. POTTEIl, M. D.,

harap-rml trial. a and un- these very lines. THE SUN (then THE with a list of the names of the county Surplus Successor to Brannlng's Bakery and Gncerj Ct) ',0

i i 11 i ii left Undone that Nithing should be INDIAN RIVER NEWS) was the only executive committee appointed designating 3-23-93 PALM BEACH. FLAT Over ; My ilotto--Quick Sales and Small ProBtt.' ::
might tend
to' ,
: R' causequestion paper that gave any considerable thereon the chairman and secretaryof Bakery Goods and
or doubt in any precinct. such committee. A. PUGU I
thought, attention Ol' effort to that $48,000,000.Strongest !
"' as to what is to be done Family Groceries
I S j i it Association in the days of its W. A. RAWLS, Chairman.
\ i4.to ,be>done. The law very J. C. COOPER Secretary. DENTIST. i
all provides that i infancy. Bui one of its chartermembers Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. i .....My Specialty.Goods <
il' proper expenses of f the election l-o the editorof this }has Local Anaesthetic Tired: in Extraction I
I I. ; borne paper of Teeth. Comp'yIn delivered free to
by ,the candidate and Both T ICEXSE : OTICE. any part
that Teeth Extracted Without Pain.
fe-n organization growenlarge of the City or across the Lake:
t ,. ing is more necessary than information OFFlCE-4th Door from Cor Clematis A\'e.
and even flourish under the hardest and Olive f't.2.HG All Orders Given Prompt Attealion.
as to the primary system aid Xotice is hereby given that the County Attorney T- WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA. the World Goods First-Cl .
kind of fire from those who dreaded ass and Fresh. Highest
explicit instructions is instructed to prosecute all persons
I ; tions. as to its opera I the loss of their selfish grip on the carrying on business without license, at the T. DANIEL, Any One prices paid for country produce.-

\ I V I poor grower-and always aided 1 by July term of County Court. L. Contemplating I Buy of me and I will have you money. 6-1-97 _
I '
a. E. HEYSERCounty Judge.
A WAKN1XC. these same. "sore! heads"! -until big \ G-10-3t, T J.HABDEE,Tax Collector. DENTIST Insuring His I I -

or Life i
Article 8th, .Seclion 10th, of the ------ -- I

I Ordinances of West Palm Bench, U. S. WEATHER BUREAU, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.JUPITER \WALLACE K. MOSES, Should Write to the j!I'' Firs Door South of the Post Office.

; reads as follows: FLA., June 27, 1898. Easiest Chairs and Best

Be it further'' ordained by the Weather Report, for the week eudicg June 26, 1898. Barometer correctedfor Successor to A. W. Robert, Under' 's s lases. i I Equipped Shop in Town.

Town Council of West Palm Beach, temperature and elevation. 8 A.lI..Jd 8 P.ir. observations 75th meridian REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, !I 6-9-tf -MILO: COOPER prop'r.
that Agent for W.st Palm Beach Town also ,
no firecrackers torpedoes explosives time. Comparative temperature for the years 1896. 1897 and 1898.3004ISE..07IC. Wost Palm Helen Water Works.Lots .
or fireworks of any description NOTARY PUBLIC. COUPON. !
shall be used. dircharjjed or- 1:1 DIRECTIOAND I > yy ;: TEMFERATURE.. Clematis Avenue,near Olive Street. M. D. L. DODSON.
fired within the following described 0 "z I 1-1i1J1i. I 1KJi. I 11t+Jli. :;-t-9i West Palm Le>tch, Florida.GUY I
:: : ;; PEREZ P. HUFF
territory of said --. ..c z_ STATE Manager
Town of West > OF I I I ,
Palm .
c ...,, ::: OF WI X D. -: ;: : -: I I t
Beach to-wit: -. ; ..j ::: -0.; I x x :,0 y- :,0 I_ :,.0 I:,.0 F. METCALP The
Witbin the "..,.z > -' '" \1 E\TBER. I.> .: ;'1 :': = ;' :-:. Equitable Life of X.Y.,
original 0 :;: ,
portions of ;0. > ::
S I M.the.town Flagler, as filed of the by Town the plat of H. :-. 3 m. I I 8 Pm I ."=i, .- 1 I.= .= ;.c l. i N t.4!: .x l. I.;;0.a c. NOTARY PUBLIC Jacksonville/: Florida. 8-2S-S.Miami, Florida.

of West lI:99Xt.OtINI.1: : : ( E.III .CI/JWartl :-. ,. '" For the State of Florida at Large.
t Beach. 2p I () (ClOir ...W;I";.."." tuNE..Iit! .ntlC.h': ...,............||7X7"j$47l79is7GSOiK' +(j7hS74Mh37il7U|| : | : || |! :>|77hO J Devils, Mortgages. Leases! and Contracts I would like to receive an example I
Any person or ..... .. .......... | !::
t persons violating 8 :: .1/I1 t .1.1, .OO.CIear., .._ Ta 7ljX.tji I il (SIi-lj Vlltil 747',) I>rnfted.COJn'yanl'lngt .
ibis section of the ordinance be 4riiDiiF:-. 11 IE. ._...0)St'. !:...14I .OOfClear.! .............''iXiXj5dj7jXIiN47XM1IX7.{__! : ,!: ,!: I |7.SSO! Specialty. of your XE\V POLICY gKMIXOLK BARBER SllOPt
: I
may : fined by the of .I.I.UIX | .O. !f..lGI .0..IChud.\.I. :>;_!"sl"'lkt) 7i, ''"_' '$' !..1 All Work Guaranteed Legally Correct.
t from one to fifty Mayor dollars said or be town imprisoned !l:: ') II :\ \\:,../III! _;...() t: .;...:!!I OO.Onr.: ........... ..j7.ij7$2>>I !/? II I II1711$-l1r! 7n Office in TROPICAL Sex Block. adapted to my age. D. M.CEArRiDEAC, Manager
: It1L80O I
i from one to I 71\I l : : ( I : [! West Palm Beach Dade County, Florida. FIRST
I .
| 1 | |
t both. \ ......11I.1:'>1.:... tu{E.....I.:;, .onlartly' Cluud.I'| KISOIi.I..I| !> ,, j77j i >,i 7li7i I Ss I.!..'1110,11
t A H ::ttil iS....., 01 is: ......1 tISI: ,:...1uI 1'jCle'lr., ....... ...... X11X4ix774jX0iX41i1'7ii| !| | | | >|l' | "' ; I I was born on the.........,.day of I I i New EyerythinK Neat
true copy of Section 10. Article 1118014I.It'sF.I| )!' t-:...1X1, .4Ii'C1ar.._.........../hi:Ms77jsos4{ | | : ":fir, "''OpHIf||il; FRANKLIN SIlE CEO. O. BUTLER.
-.: Sth. J. E. GLENN, Town Cleik. 12:4i:; IltiSI.l:q.{ E ...11!IS};...llil .J'CieaG: .._..?_.?|iii'is/1HIisjsilM-1177ljs4| : | ; | ; 72j)7S &; nUTL} U. '. I 'j | and Clean.
';.' lijio 13E.,11( :iiSF9ISE.,141( .00'a sar..._..._....ix2soS7isij7| | 73 XO{IKiIil"S.2171{ | >>: | S1IEENT II ............. | Shop under Seminole lintel i
5"l While .. _... ....................
W ... .. ---
there i is no 'ish..tn! hinder 14J.-.0! HIS .liSF.OJIF; : 1.ClU'1 le.ir. ? ....... !)|SNKliM.s7 7o7S| I i"'!i7. :>>IKI17 J :>>1f)l>|72 I .18......... I West Palm Beach. FU
l.0 11. 071SR .IP' JIt OIICIear.: | | ''"' () S' ,lils17 70747S| SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. \ -
a the -celebration 041 our glorious 17 1 I R||::: lPnrtlr!, | | Ijsojsr| | >>'72J7S >.-'i7J,|ti 2H47| | :; Office at West Film Beach -

,a Fourth, it is imperative s.That property 1 Sl h)1nSE..07SE.,0715F,1I)06hW ...OiliS..1iSt..I71! :. | .O0'lattlr.001'Partly CIoA'dcj7XKIhLij7i79jtljiljXlt4jii ClondylX'finla5|! i| ;' 7.:>>;1SO| S77|! ;!|%>:2l-! 47i|| 7H7N Lands legally sub-divided and naps fur- Name.......................................
1!J1 )O-lj-lw./\s: .....,..i"'Isl-...1 31>>1 .OOiIartlyClowdjjKlji11S6j7ijXUJUjigti1,, : | | |! | | { | | -l17! 702lsi nished. Selecting and grading lands locat Acetylene Gas.
!p be protected, and it Rtrict :!C :to \ ..... I -
compliance o;>>Im..171tIII'Il{ !tly [ : )|S973| |" 111:77IXlIi-l17GISO| | | ing estimating timber a specialty. Care
2113., )" 1 I t;......U-lI. ..._O-l':<\E._Itil Partly| Clouds iX IsOI\olSI71IkOjJJIll.104-l17kl-.1 I ful and correct work guaranteed. All I Throw
with this Ordinance will be expected :21 OljXW...c13i;sE_.04ISE..1| TPrtlV| l'1..otl.r17nI1ol21Iisll.>i911172INI771: >> R1: by mail receive prompt atten communications Address...................... ... .. I away your kerosene lamps and
+ 2il3')14.| ,....Ov E ..05V; | 13K tion. 1f811M Blue PlintH I use Acetylene Gas the of
l ) and any violation of | .001 Partly (loudrlXja1jX9 ,8i411w7j7.ilfil! K:>, Rl anti at Lowest Cri- ; coming light
r. same :lliiU 14N......03 iF....u">+;SE..Lt' >>1 Partly| CIOUdYlfolI'XX ::1 i XO 1 Xg 1 i nNi! :;1771,1: cps. .[ BEACH. FLA. ll7SiterUii -;>.-, i the aoth century. We are prepared to
::;;,a.. I NtS; ...(/4|SF0'JSE.ID, .......... I
I will be met with proper punishment. a'/.,soi2SE..oosE.,! | .. n9jsF.l1; I .OOiClear...OOiClear..lxUI1oI1jS71.2ioolllO7171.k1IS171iIxlt....l :!i ;kS71S11! !! I CiI7Gllil17HI I I ;; I :! I ( put i in plants for private parties at rea -

;However is -- ,_. '- sonable prices. Call and at our
rmissipn! hereby I for le Sra. see ours
J. W.CROXKi O jservpr Weather Bureau. Try THE SUN for lob Work. store and get estimates.

I 3-24 G. \V. IDLER & SO; .

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IN 'V AR OYER THE SEA minutes. About SO shells struck the If are'thinking irrigating your truck! farm,
Wyoming. Of her crew, four were killed you
Our pineapple field or orange grove send me sizeof area
HEROIC DEEDS OF AMERICAN SAILORSON and six'wounded. Six of the victims 5priQ' I IRRIGATION I you wish to cover and full information of what you

were native Americans and three were want and I will be glad to ,furnish all information

FOREIGN SOIL Iri men. Captain Macdougal had the desired and give estimate of cost. -; .

true Yankee spirit of daring and originality. d 5tyle5. .

No Time Wasted In Diplomacy Nor In He was in his prime aad had J. G. CHRISTOPHER, --

been trained under the heroes of 1812. .
Waiting For Borne Order*-How Veteran and Hill Supplies. : -
For years after the visit of the Wyom- _i FOP fflen's Machinery
Rodgers Punished Defiant Koreans-HotShot Weatt'd
ing to the _strait of Simonoseki the Irrigating Machinery a Specialty.
ti For Japanese Jingoes.CopyrIght inhabitants had but one expression to Are all in. The largest somest 1.21-97' JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.i .

\ 1S98. by American Press Association. recall the event. It was "Oh these line of Woolens in the South. Best work,

.. Book rights reserved.] great guns!" In Japanese history' the best finish, best fit and lowest prices. Suitsto

tradi. affair is known "the first deed of Miami, on Bay'Biscayne, Florida
as order $[2.00, $13.50 $15.00 $16.00, I

WARTIAL? might for arms in Japan.. r $18.00 $20.00, $22.50 $25.00 and up. H ote 1 I Miami I I I The Most Southern Railroad Point in

at The Hermit Nation which caused is/ PANTS-$2 75 $3.00,$3.50, $4.00, $5.00, J the United states.

r- ( Self the broil between Japan and China has ..' $6.00, $7.00 and up. Accommodations for 200 Guests. Hotel Homelike and Comfortable.

............., confidence back. also had her thrashing at the hands of 7' S. GRAHAM Proprietor.
ed by audacity Uncle Sam's sailors. It took place in MAIL ORDERjDEPARTMENT-Samples and Self-Measurement Blank senton 1a-1

means half the 1871 and administered application.
was as a punish
r- I
battle and it ment for a barbarous outrage on the

will be long before American flag, the capture and destruction & McLAURIN JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,.
The Price Tailor POPE
Popular V
= true American
of the trading vessel General Sherman -WxoLE8ALECommission -
sailors forget L I V'L
followed by the massacre in cold

<" that the Yankee blood of all the officers and crew. When 13 Main St. Jacksonville Ha. Produce

navy has always captured the ill starred ship was sail- Fruits and
got the best of it
ing in Ping Yang river under the flag

in the long ran and always fought splendid of this nation. ,Diplomatic parley endedas I We do Dyeing Cleaning Repairing, Altering and Pressing. n-zS-97
battles. They go in to win as be- usual in the authorities shirking the Merchants.

comes men who have sworn to keep responsibility. The matter rested until

bright the laurels won by Paul Jones John Fancy Grades of Cheese.
Captain Rodgers, a war hero and flatter and
and Perry, by Hull and Stewart, by
the son of a gallant commander in the ,,/'
Cushing and Farragut. war of 18J2, took command of the We Solicit Your Business.We .
When our saucy ships of war and
Asiatic squadron. That was late in and Will Not fill orders from Consumers-ther
their jolly crews went roaming the far- only solicit the business of Merchants
1870.Rodders'. .. should buy from their home dealers io-ai-97
away oceans of the orient in search of -i(, .; I I ,.
orders were to make showof -
a ,
Confederate privateers people at first I : ": "
force in Korean waters to help bring itF''
looked for word by every packet of some '.- .
about for the of
a treaty protection
startling encounter in an odd of '''''. house best accommodations on the
quarter New
rTlT| f| fl fl TTfl ;
American seamen. His fleet of six ve'ssels .
the globe maybe another Shannon and entered the river Han accompaniedby ;: AL I H Mill HII TEL I East Coast; table first-class, and every

Chesapeake Bonhomme Richard ,.
or the United States minister to China -''":: J. ILJjUUU llU convenience and comfort; hot and cold
affair. After wait that made all
a us Mr. F. F. Low. Deputations went on .7, baths; modern improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section; closeto
skeptic as to the of our cruisersthe
good tidings prowess came. The Alabama board the flagship and stated that the the Inlet; fish and oysters in abundance.
Koreans wished to be let alone and The
went to the bottom under the of
would have no dealings with foreigners.:
Terms Moderate.
tho Kearsarge. But our roaming ships
They were told that the fleet wished

panion bad not ship been to idle the meanwhile.Eearsarge the A com-Wyoming of merely week to survey Rodgers the sent river.the At warships the end A ,; ,. ; V J. L. JENSEN, Proprietor, _

sailed for Asiatic seas in 1861 JENSEN BBEVARD COUNTY FLORIDA
Monocacy and Palos preceded by
tojtake; care of any commerce destroyers .
that might worry our merchantmen in launches, up the river to carry out the Z S-Don't faU to stop at Jensen when visiting the Indian !;iver. 116-97, ..
those waters.

The Wyoming didn't get a shot at.a The launches which led the surveying 1

privateer during a four years' cruise, '
flotilla were lightly manned by ', f
but made up for it by emptying great armed sailors and each carried a boat .5

guns into a nest of yellow pirates. The howitzer. They steamed ahead of the of Florida .Offers LITTLE BROS. -

first news of the battle here described ...,.
ships, and at a certain bend in the river ,"', ; ; .
appeared in the American papers just :
near which the Koreans had a strong : : '

when half of cur divided people were fort they were fired upon 'by at least a J J1 :fertilizer 9Jacksonville Pl7osp ate \ompa ;\
hurrahing and
over Vicksburg Gettysburg !
score of The fire was ineffectual .
guns. ,-, j
and mourning over Chickamauga, .. ,,1':_. ";,:,'-<>':::" -i6;)' because the guns could not be shiftedas li 1 -
with the other half the f-'h f;': Florida.
reversely doing -
the targets moved on up the river. :y ,
same thing. So it is to be doubted

whether any number of Americans ..
whose memory goes back to war days Great : ,1. :
remembers at all how the gallant tars Advantages If you are requiring Fertilizers for .

of the Wyoming upheld the flag in the 1 \ ,,) Vegetables, Pineapples, Etc, write to .
waters of Japan July 16, 1863. 1 + .
'In 1862 the treaty between the Liberals L'i rll :, -'.. us and we can give you nwre value .

of Japan and foreign nations open- for your money than any other Manufacturer .
ing the ports of the island to the world

was abrogated by the national party To Settlers in the way of or Dealer in this State or .

and the American the emperor.minister All ,foreigners Mr. Pruyn except had ,r from any other State. Write for pamphlets .

left Tokyo by the spring! of 1863. In pricest etc., to above address. 1142.97
May the American legation building in Perfect Climate, Productive Soil,

Tokyo was burned by incendiaries, and

when ocr minister Mr. Pruyn asked Choice. Fruit Lands Rich Garden Tracts
the,council of Tckyo to protect him hewas ,

curtly advised to get out of the Ocean Steamship Company

country. He went to Yokohama, the Sugar Cane and Good Schools,

sole refuge then foreigners.: June 24 "

was the'day fixed: for closing the ports. "SAVANNAH LINE.

The Wyoming was ordered to protect Tobacco Areas, Plenty of Churches ,

the Americans and many were quartered Florida iTo
in her cabins. \ .
and countless ways to earn a competency
ADMIRAL JOBS KODGEES, U. S. N. New York And Boston. ?
On the 25th of Jane the American .
The Monocacy and Palos then ran up "*.*V*
merchantman Pembroke was fired
upon and shelled the Koreans out of their
in the straits of Simonoseki by two A. Short Rail Hide to Savannah, Then ::.
works. When the returned to the
Japanese vessels, a bark and a brig that ships .
rendezvous Rodgers wanted to take COME TO DADE.x. >
Short Sea
bad been put afloat expressly to make A Voyage. : V
speedy vengeance for the insult to the
war on the"barbarians"as all foreigners -
flag although not a ife had been taken Sailing from Savannah:
were called._ The attacking vessels
by the Koreans. At the of Mr.
belonged to Prince Choisou a jingo 5 Ships Each Week 5
Low he waited ten for
days an apology. .. .
leader of the Japs who didn't relish .e.
j Having no sign from the Koreans at .. .e. ..
outside interference with his ... ,
corrupt the end of the time Admiral e. : : with sail' schedules. Write for
and general
sway. When the news of the insult to 'Rodgers .. < : All ticket agents hotels are supplied ng -
dispatched thu tame vessels and launches .-, .. call
information stateroom reservation
sailing schedules or on
our flag reached Yokohama on July 10, ; "
re-enforced by 750 marines to the
Captain JUacdongal of the Wyomingwas E. H. HINTON Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pass. Agt.,
scene of the outrage. As the ships and .
ordered to enter the bailiwick of boats moved the river the bands Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla 3-10
the haughty Choisou, flying the United
played the popular sailor airs of America -
States colors, and read the prince and
the alternately and
crews singing
his vacsals a lesson from the mouths of
cheering. The marines landed on the

American cannon. mud flat where the water then stood Florida East Coast Ry.
The cruiser sailed at once and on
waist deep and at the same time the
rounding a point in the strait at day
the 16th ships opened on the forts. TIME TABLE NO. 15, IN EFFECT MAY 16 1898. _
light on sighted a row of The Southern Fuel & CO. ,
In the way of the land force there Supply
frowning batteries, with a brig 'and'bark a I
was a line of works well manned, but SOUTH BOUND .
lying under their guns. An iron (Read Down) NORTH BOUND (Bead Up).
the Koreans in them did not stand for iioS4
steamer mounting four commanded No 35 .INo83'
guns attack. The commander of this force, WHOI.ES.U.1t AND RF.TAII DEALERS IN Daily Daily STATIONS. No 'Daily
the channel. The Wyoming carried four ExSu Daily gaga

thirty-twos and two 11 inch Dahlgrens. Admiral Kimberly (retired), pushed on Soup -920aLv............................J3.cksonville ............................Ar e4i 1086a
On the vessels up the height his men dragging alonga Wood Coal Coke Brick 4lOp1030aAr............................ .Augustine............................LT b85p Y45a
Japanese were 20 guns 12 pounder Dahlgren which was Lime -:- 415p 108fia LT............................8,. Au 't1De............................Ar 5ap O4Oa
all told chiefly twenty-fours. As the gun 4 53p 1110a M ...............................Hastin ...............................Lv 4MP IU5a
Wyoming sailed past the shore batteries planted before a fort. Night coming on, 35P II5 a Ar.............................P alatka................................LT T1 "'J"5
he threw out pickets aud bivouacked his -: Cement and Shingles and Laths.4DfffflHEOPAYINGiA1KBRIOKJ 'lOp IG 45a LT...............................Palatka,..............................Ar 85 91t1ap
opened heavily. The answer was several to await the dawn of 12 p Ar.......... ............... .Sa M teo............................ ...LT ': .
rousing American broadsides. When men day. Early 8 20p J 'Z 20a LT.............................San Mateo.................................Ar II a5 14 C3prIO
next morning the ships opened on the II1ii Ly............................East Palatka.............................Ly "'i1i5p b T&
second line and the marines charged 611Up lOOp M ...............................OnnoIll'L.............................. M a 11..
1151p ilip M .............................Daytona............................. 2622p 1"a
directly upon the works. f02p .... ................. ..Port Oranlte...................... .. M 2llp Bbd
At long range the Koreans were poor ( 725p IMp .......:...................N wSmVTna............................ t20p OISla
marksmen ...... 22p ..............................Oak Hill ............................ II ....;..
but when the marines leaped ...... sop M ......Titusville .... ........ .. 14Np .....
.uu.u..a.nu. .
the parapets they found them good fighters ...... S SSp w .........................:...Qt-Point..n..u.n. .n M 12 Sop .....
p' ...... S 43p : ........................... .. Cocoa ._ .. ................ 1222p :.....
in a melee. Lieutenant McKee the Office 408 West Bay Street, .q... a47p .............................P.ockJl'djre.................. 12 18p ......
...... ............................. ... .n. nn.n
American leader was shot and then 'lap Eau GaJhe ........................ II 114 a ....
.... 28 p.". ............................elbourne............................. 11&1&.......
speared to death. Great slaughter followed --Jacksonville, Florida. .....: b 812p .............................SeblL'Iti\D"........................... N 105a( ....
and 243 dead Koreans were buried ...
1f .g51.... ........................ ..:...
k,555,515q from the main citadel alone. This i ...... 1149p .... .............................._Eden.. ............................ .. Vila ...
\ fort and its walls and ditches showed ...... II 5p ...............................Jensen............................... 9efy .."....
the ...... 'Z 05p II .......................... ... Stuart............................... 855a ......
terrible effect of the vigorous shell U. D. HENDRICKSON ...... 138p : ...........................Hobe Sound........................... 821a ......
ing from the Monocacy's guns which ....... '15p: ........................... West Jupiter........................... is 8 O'ia ......
..... II ....................... .....
bad the land attack. 830P West Palm Beach .................... 180a.......
preceded Bodies ...... 9gp : ...............................Linton...... ....................... eS9a! .. ...
mangled by exploding shells lay scattered : ...... 9ffp .........................Fort Lauderdale..................... ... II e 14a ......
in the ditches and and General Merchandise.Wholesale ... 1022p M ...........................Lemo Ci.tr............... .......... .. S* .....
pits over the .:.... I03Up Ar................... ......Mlaml....... .. ............... Ly b 3 a.s'BETWEEN ''
parade ground in the center of the fcrt.
The commander in chief had killed

himself in chagrin at the loss of his Gasolines 76'Oils and, 86 Salt, Gro"" lioL, : :. tyt: tn, lJ r Ul1U'-l.k, -'o.= .'.ap' :101ira 11 L v......... .., .......... New STATIONS..7myrna.. ...... ...........Ar,NO..125p--[ No.$35p-4

stronghold and was found in the river 8 09p 1138a: ............................Lake Helen .................. _..... ,Lv 124Dp 4 Up
below the forts with his throat cut. 320p1201p! ....................... Orange City. ......................... 12p 9449
1' flnnrlo 825p 1210p.Ar.......... .. .. ...Orange Lit! Junc-tion.................... .II. p i j pAll
" / Among the wounded and dead apparently Hat Gaps Shoes s Dry Seen 'l'rnnIs
ulm trains between New Smyrna and Orange City Junction Daily except hand y.
CAPTAIN DAVID STOCKTON MACDOCGAL dead his haggard uncovered face J ,

U. S. X. being turned to the sun, lay the secondin KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
the Wyoming got within range the bark '
command. When be was lifted by Sewiu[ machines Hard arc.
and brig joined in the firing. With all the marines for burial he could no lon The steamship City of Key West of the Florida East Coast Steamship Company lyre, _
Miami for Key West on Monday! Weinesdays and Fridays after arrival of train from Jack
his guns on both sides the ship belching ger sham death with safety and set a for and sonville making connections at Key West with steamers for Harana. Leave Key West 2:1)
sheets of flame Captain Macdougal yell which unmistakably that of alive Agent Mapes' Williams & Clark's Fertilizer p.In m.time(standard to connect time with)on north Tuesdays.bound Thursdays train. and Saturdays:: arriving Miami next morning

steered the Wyoming between the &iati. A bad wound in tbe thigh
steamer and the bark and brig, cutting caused some of the symptoms which Anti-Friction Iron Marine RailwayFor Those Tim.Tables show the times at which trains and boats may be expected arrive and
depart from the several stations
and ports but their arrival or departure at the times
into them all with hull shots. On reach helped on the ruse. Boats 75 Feet in length and Under. Stated is not guaranteed! ,nor does the Company hold itself reipunsible for any delay or any
ing the end of the course the Wyoming The of this work decided Steamers toaMquences arising therefrom. .
the -
capture For of local time card
copy call at 233: West Bay Street.Jacksonville or address
turned and sailed back. When she
got fight. Hoisting the stars and stripes the J.P.BECKWITH,Traffic Manager. J. U.
"Lake Worth"
through, the iron steamer was a wreck marines christened/ it Fort Palos The attack and "Gladys"On St. Aufraxtine. ,
the bark sinking and the brig disabledfor I I ,
for the
came none to soon, ten days Lake Worth. .
action. Captain Macdougal then of grace had been passed by tbe Koreansin iSt

tossed a few shells into the town of preparations for war. Soldiers were Schooner "MARY B." regularly between Lake Worth and Jacksonville

Simonoseki and gave the batteries a marching to tbe river to repeat
uponRodgers' Frte111ay.Hpq(on l ake Worth. '
parting salute. fleet the General Sherman I
The action lasted one, hour and ten massacre: GEORGE L. KJT\fv.tt.: i.i-97 Lake Worth, Florida. sori'be for q'Ae Z uno4F ; .

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I i Franklin Sheen, West Palm Beach.NOTARIES TaVe1e8 iaaa ge m t i
J Lodge Matters Should Be Conducted en
Business Prlnelplea-Llnkleu. DIRECTORY. .1s ,
J, 1. An Odd Fellows lodge Is a business en- PUBLIC: FELIX GARCIA, Prop. @ Jacksonville Fla. _
i terprlso and its success depends more upon t
1 'i the business management of its affairs Guy I Metcalf, West Palm Beach.W .
Ltading Firms
and Individuals 1
II + Service.
P.atbs Complete
than upon any other one thing. Any business R Moses, II Electric Lights, Electric Bells, ,

t !i j' : UNITED WORKMEN. will go if it has money and resources Whose, Cards. Appear in This Paper. ---"..- The Best $3.00 per day Hotel in Florida! :
back of it which are handled judiciously, -
lit i Prominent Member of the Order In New and just so with an Odd Fellows lodgo. BARBERS: Take carat the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the TrtTclent |
; !ip J j 'England-Chips From the Workshop. It your lodge bas been running a number GENERAL MERCHANDISE: tt
; of and have not accumulated D M Geauridean, West, Palm Beach.
t.l+ zealous worker for the order is Nathan years you U D Hendrickson
have not used good business Lake Worth. Milo West Palm Beach
rj Crary of Chicopee prand foreman of New money you Cooper, t
I'' a ;, England United.Workmen. He was born methods,and bankruptcy will be your fate. .,.

Jt i In New York 38 years ago.. Mr. Crary -Odd Fellows' Herald.A RETAIL GROCERS: Chas. N. Welshans; .; 1t
t I I I joined the order as a charter member of lodge cannot be held for money fraudulently ,. t

I! Mount Pleasant lodge, in which be held obtained from another lodge by J D Mathis, West Palm Beach ': J
j office,for several years. At tho grand lodge one of its members.
Glen G. Strohm, West Palm Beach t
'" session In 1895 he was made a'member of The encampment branch has developed -STATE AGENT FOBLongman -
\ ,) t the committee on credentials and,was at considerable activity of lato and ought to .,. _
,! the same session appointed grand outside r
: show up well In the reports.A .
\' j :, : watchman Grand Master Workman WHOLESALE GROCERS: .

\, hj !I Higgins A year by later be was elected grand watchers lodge for may its use own Its or funds transient in hiring sick Pope & McLaurin, Jacksonville. & Martinez Paints :

1 guide and in 1897 grand overseer. He has members. .
::1 't: To help each other in time of need is AdvertisersWho .
i !ft'l t the work of an Odd Fellow, nor should bo MEATS: : --. Brick Shingles
:i L. 1 to forget him.that the day of adversity may come Geo S Adams, West Palm Beach: ,

J :: When e\'crylodgo decides that quality Will Whidden, Cement and Coal Tar.

i. a.F and not quantity is' desirable in member ...
p ,
: ship, there will bo less turmoil and animosities '

II engendered by lodge trials, and ICE DEALERS: Use the Agent for, Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaster.
will find ,
the master
grand some
,1 + : LV/fiTl // McPherrin, West Palm Beach.
'1r In our love for the order we should overlook -
... South St. Jacksonville Florida. 10.21.7
; and forget as far as possiblo any seeming 13 Hogan ,

I 4 '\ f 'iJkl r t slights or indignities that,may bo of- DRUGGISTS: ..
I fered by offending members.If "

i ,J, If.,} :' t the decisions of the grand SilO become E H Dimick, West Palm Beach. -
11 J'I 1 i law, why are they not sent to each grand i.__ i
!! secretary for distribution among lodges, so ,Columns of ,
;1 t i vy that those ignorantly disobeying the laws DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: ,0. W. WEYBREOHT

may be led to do right !
Kahn, Furchgott & Co, Jacksonville.
.. The officers of the lodge have the rightto
.I 'I their respective position upon the staff Cohen Bros Jacksonville. 1 Dealer In Hardware,
in the regular lodgo work and cannot be Dave Singer, "

deprived of that right except by their con ,.. -. Steam and Gas Fitter Mixed Paints.
Ii It sent-Sovereign Grand Lodge. THE : / ,
The secretary is compelled to insert the MEN'S FURNISHERS: '. >,

I. n'* f t', KATIUNCRABr. rank of a member who takes a withdrawal Anthony Bros, West Palm Beach .,'>.- "' : Tin Copper, and Sheet Iron W i .
i been a very hard worker in the lodge from
the first, giving It bis best endeavor, and card.The grand encampment cf New York ...

I ';I his promotion Is well deserved. paid out to members last year $18,229.r TAILORING: Dealer in Pumps, Pipe Fittings and General Plumbing Supplies, Tin Ware, ,-.
I If Past Grand Master Workman Sliger Great activity is being shown in the
i I + r Agate Ware, and House Furnishings of Every Kind.
: that the order is well in Liv -The Price Tailor-
i, eajs doing lodges at Mount Sterling, Paris, Coving- ) Popular
kansas. I ton, Newport and LudJow, Ky., the latter Jackson villi '
!' The prime reason of" tho wonderful I having 15 initiations at,a recent meeting. ..-- TROPICAL AGENT FOR THE AEBHOTOB.CONSTRUCTOR of IRRIGATION PlANTS i
growth of the order in this is tho
'" country A staff is a voluntary organization and HARDWARE
very reasonable cost of the benefits and the captain should be selected by those : -

I privileges which it* members'enjoy. who are to compose It. M E Gruber, West Palm Beach. Estimates on Work and Material. One or both promptly

i; A. C.Howe Is grand master workmanof The noble grand has no right to appoint 01V 11'eybrecbt, f' Furnistied. 1Sllifj;
New York and N. J. Horton grand re an investigating committee to Investigate '- -- -
corder. rumors involving member prior to com ." ._ .. WEST PALM BEACH; FLOPIi ::.
'o > ,
I The institution of a degree of honor plaint having been made.MASONIC.. HOUSE FURNISHINGS: -: : ':''' ,: E: :' ..,.,
{ lodge in Providence, together with tho .3 : ,
I fact that the grand chief of honor this year The Raymond Knight Co, Jacksonville ., SON I

is a Rhode Island sister, is already accomplishing ... ', FURNITURE. .
I great good for the parent order in -
: The Obligation Must Be Sacredly Kept.
Ii fi the state. +
Household Sewing Machines :
r I Chips From the Temple. -
a t The report of Grand Recorder
Lippin- When a "profane"' is admitted to the T V Cashen, Jacksonville. The Best Machine Made Light Running and
of New
cott Jersey shows a gain of 230
l sacred circle of the fraternity, he enters Noiseless. d!#
members for the past year; total membership -.,. CLAIMIt
voluntarily and of his own accord. lIe enters -
ai into a solemn compact with his mss FURNITURE: Sole Agent for the famous Wall Trunk. Mat- -
+. The grand master workman of NewYork ter, with his lodge and with the entire tresses made to order. A Complete -

Ii I has been authorized to, engage the fraternity. It is a compact, an agreement D. E. Cooper Mfg Co, JacksonvilleJEWELERS Hue of
.. services of throo'ClJ'ganlzcrsone for the "covenant "
a by which the practices of
_I eastern one for tho western and ono for I.. FURNITUREor :
Masonry are governed. It Js a promise to
__ the central division of tho state. walk uprightly by the plumb of rectitude, : all dexcriptions at Rock Bottom Prices both ',
Vigorous efforts aro pnt forth in all jurisdictions to do and to forbear doing. This binds Wholesale and Retail. Baby Can iagea from $6HP ,
to win the $2,000 prizo offered each member of the craft and it is a cord Idner & Son, West Palm Beach. to $20. Go CarthRefrigeratorsIceCheste,
i by the supreme lodge. which holds them together. Anthony Bras, West Palm BeachR. Is The Etc.'- "''" '

1 E. C. Stahl is now grand master workman The art works of the late John Sartainare J. Riles, Jacksonville' -

of New Jersey.KNIGHTS' now on exhibition in the library of the ... \Ve hare a consignment of Oak Diners and _
ui. Masonic temple, Philadelphia. Reed Rockers that will be sold very low. We

OF PYTHIAS. The increasing practice of lodges and BUILDING SUPPLIES: handle BICYO.ES.the Famous Cleveland and Rambler!

brethren in publishing the doings of MasonIc
Chas Welsbans
Uniform Rank Asked to Contribute to the bodies is an evil, says Grand Master Jacksonville
Kathbone Fund-Plume Tips. Scott of Illinois. Geo Hacker & Son. Charleston, S C. B STAdvertising J :' ., Especial attention given to our Mail Orders.
\ We Uurantee Satisfaction, both in goods and
!!1 j Major General Carnahan appeals to each The grand lodge of England says Masonry Southern Fuel and Supply Co, O'-k,',''::' Prices. Call on us, or send in your order to
r brigade and regimental commander and is of veiled
a system morality in al Jacksonville
*- 1 to each staff officer to forward at least $1 legory end illustrated by symbols. -,.. 15 and 17' Laura St, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. ,

I as Ratbbonemonument his individual fund.contribution to the The grand lodge of Freemasons has reelected HOTELS: D. E. COOPER MTg Co. ONLY t6.00121
AlJfundstbes the Prince of Wales for the twenty-
i II contributed will be set aside and known as fourth year consecutively to be grand master Seminole Hotel, West Palm Beach
the uniform rank fund for the liatbbocemonument
of the order in England. The Palms, West Palm Beach.
t and will bo religiously devoted
: to that purpose. The grand lodge of Minnesota voted The Earman House, West Palm Beach

I Fraternity never casts a shadow on the room that the by use any in brother any Masonic of any book hall or purporting lodge- The Travelers] Jacksonville NEW

I home never wounds a human heart or to give the secret or unwritten workof Miami Hotel, Miami SEMINOLE HOTEL::

_ wrongs a human soul. the three degrees, if permitted by the Al Fresco, Jensen

II' The true and loyal Pythian is a man in worshipful master, shall, on presentationof _,..._ --.r' ,
i ,, every sense of the word, a manly man such fact to the grand master, be sufficient ,,,> '. Only Brick Hotel in Town.
who would scorn trickery. cause for the arrest of the charter of LIFE INSURANCE: ""'V-, : -
; :
J'j Professor, Charles Nelson of Oxford, 0.having ., the lodge in which the offense occurs. The Equitable Life Insurance Co, ; MEDIUM WEST PALM BEACH:, FLA
boon expelled from the order for Masonry's teachings are imperishable
joining the I. 0. K. P., has employed truths, and the system of morality which Jacksonville.
I r counsel and brought suit for $10,000 damages constitutes its foundation embraces everything ... THE SE11INOLE Has recently been completed, built in the mostsub-3

I 1,j for having expelled:: him. that is calculated to attract the superior FIRE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE: Stan t ial manner and elegantly furnished; situated ,:;.
'. B. S. Young has been elected] grandchancellor mind. on high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding a magnificent, unobstructed :
of Ohio an J W. Beatty. grand The grand lodge of Masons in Virginia Bros, Palm Beach. view each way and guests enjoy perpetual breezes from all directions.
i t: keeper of records and seal. has made arrangements to celebrate the Wallace R Moses\ West Palm Beach. "Ofr Any
Cuisine and
centennial of the death of Washington .,. Service Strictly FirstClass.Rates .

I i ROYAL ARCANUM. Dec. 14, 1899.Decisions BANKING: or., '. : *2 per day and up. Special Rates by the Week or Month.l1l.n .
made by the grand master of '., ".,' ,,: '."
,''"j The Question of Medical Examination.Council Pennsylvania cannot be reviewed or chase g. Dade County State Bank, .-'' GEORGE ZAPF Manager.
i/:'s: Clipping cd by the grand lodge. There is no appeal. West Palm Beach. ,

i The subject of the medical examinationof Tbo name "Freemason" appears for the National Bank of the State of Florida]
I ,
:I It applicants is a prolific one; hence thereare first time in statute 25 of Edward I of WEEKLY
,I ,I always arising questions pro and con England in 1350. It signified one who Jacksonville.
!, regarding the relative importanco of medical worked in freestone as distinguished fromtbo -'.. "New Process" Blue Flame Oil Stoves '
examinations:: and th9 thorough investigation I. mason who built walls of rough stones.
I'' :
applicants' standing by the In Delaware a warden cannot confer a
proper committees. If thorough medical degree unless he be a past master. In the Wm A Bours & Co, Jacksonville.

tt examination be absolutely necessary to tho absence, of the master the senior warden>, .,. Standard Light'gCo'sVaporStoves
well being and stability cf the order, then cud succeeding him the junior warden, In The
steps should be taken by the .tiuIJremttcounoil may open the lodge and transact the business | PINEAPPLE PLANTS:

4 t .-Brooklyn to improve,Times.upon the present system. but if there is a degree to confer he G C JlatthantslVest Palm Beach.NURSERY OUR EAST COAST AGENTS: _
must invite a past master to do it. J II Niver,
1 + There 13 a strong sentiment in favor cf --a. W P Shryock Ney J C Frink, Stuart
I \ the re-election of Grand Regent W. Holt] Modern Woodmen.The Frank T Budge Smyrna U E Gruber, West Palm Beach
STOCK Titusville
: ,
\ Apgar of New Jersey. M B Lyman Lantana
member who looks at his membership Edward Stiling, Cocoa r ,
i \ Bernard ilcllush is now grand regent in the Modern Woodmen of America John B Beach, West Palm Beach.FERTILIZERS STATE or Geo F Paddison & Co, Eaa Gallic Stranahan & Co Fort Lauderdale "

"'. of Illinois" and'John Kiley grand sccretary.1 from a financial standpoint only has not ... FLORIDA Hodgson Bros. Eau GaBle. Jordan D R & Spivey. Lemou City
I There are 1,694 members of yet caught the full enthusiasm of an active A Y: W Hogg & Co, Fort Pierce Frank Knight Lemon City
Rhode Island. I Wood mall. : Geo E Coon, Jensen T Budge, Miami '-
W W Culbertsoa
Cocoanut Grove
The total membership of the order on A motion in conflict! with the bylaws Wm A Bours & Co, Jacksonville.

March 1 was 195,655. should not be put by the consul. It such Little] Bros. 'S The Raymond D.
motion should be made, the consul should ', Knight Co.
'\.Knight and Ladies of donor.j declare it out of order. I ..--- * # * C .

j The" otal membership in Missouri on In balloting on a candidate the neigh STEAMBOATS.HEAVY MACHINERY SOLE STATE AGENTS,
i Jan. 1 was 6,118. This grand jurisdiction bor voting does not address or salute either 10-21-97
has the smallest social membership of all the consul or adviser. AND CASTINGS: Jacksonville 1 1 Va.Do : .

1 grand jurisdictions, only 2(55.( Tho ladies The duty of medical examiners Is to pass Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, ,
outnumber the male members by 800. upon the physical qualification of applicants i- Jacksonville -- ---- ---J::

Supreme Secretary Harvey has issued a and net on their moral or eorial ... AdvertisingRate You Want
handbook of the order which is a handy standing. The proper time and placed to; aWe
work and one of tho most complete at pass on the latter is at council with the IRRIGATING PLANTS & SUPPLIES:: ? c

comprehensive of the kind ever issued. ballot. John G Christopher, Jacksonville. have none o.i them hand to Sell tosuit,and,we if can we build have STEAMBOAT =;

The field wcrk is Just what you want.
progressing very sat 3- ... I
t Golden Eagle. I factorily, and the society has taken I in ,
Great preparations are being made tor.1 more new members since Jan. 1 than thereare DENTISTS: Sheet

t tho magnificent demonstration in honor : members many societies that havo Dr J t\ Pugh, West Palm Beach. We are also Prepared
of the annual session of the grand castle been doing business for several To .
I I years. Furni !
L T Daniel, Cocoa. -
of Pennsylvania at Scranton .
May 10. -----
t t Major Ellis B. Moyer Heading has j Knights of Honor. M D L Dodson, Titusville. '

been appointed chairman and chief marshal I The Uniformed Rank is becoming very --..S Will be Sent on Ap Pumping Outfits for r
of,tho K 0. E. division cf the sesquicentennial I- j; 1 popular In Louisiana. Irrigation.
parade at Heading June 6. i PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS:
[ the last special assessment is paid
4I .'r l'II in July nest:: it is stated that there will Dr R B Potter West Palm Beach.tuzent Write or call oa us for in
Order of the Anything
Iroquois. J have been .. ,
sufficient Our
collected to pay all the H C Hood II Line that you need.
An amendment made at the recent !!' 1 beneficiaries of the dead in.class B and a E W Purh ..
supreme lodge session which provides that I surplus of about $50,000, which would be 1 plication.
a member who c1.ne'J: his occupationfrom I applied toward Merrill
the payment of c ... -Stevens
that of "preferred" to that of "haz!- j death: claims. Engineering Co. .
it ardous" will cancel his benefit certificateby 1 Past LAWYERS: ,
dictators of Xew
f York city have
so doing. j formed an association. W I Metcalf. West Palm Beach. JACKSONVILLE
The order is but 2 years How ,
many deputies have visited their Robbins & Graham, Miami. _-1
a success. -9-97
ready i PROialtl
]lodges since the installation of-officers '- Pope & Campbell Jacksonville, ..

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Baffle,Rnchint. Pare Tacks.Etc.Hark .to> Freshen and Preserve Oiled and fb fbI'! City Meat Market, .THE EAR MAN HOUSI
the Dressy Summer Cottnme. Varnished .. I :,. .
I'10 ..
The modes of making and trimming As the best of furniture Trill grow ,, -. '4-., -.:.;:::-- .::.
the bodice are very nearly on the old dusty and shabby in appearance careful GEO. S.. ADAMS, Prop'r., _' Is now open for Winter Travel.

lines. The sleeves are simply a little honsekeepersfere constantly fighting the :.. .: Best" ',of' AceommocLatiotts.- I
smaller and while the skirt has of and dirt from their :: -. .
acquired .approach age '. Affords.
Table .Best the Marltet
household in the of chairs. FRESH FLORIDA MEATS, .
a reputation for shifting methods goods way ,
0 r -*"'i .i Y'.i>
construction. ..the'simple..gored skirt and tables wainscoting and furniture -: ARMOUR'S STAR HAMS -Ba.tha In,Coaraa tiari.-'

with five or seven'gores: and less full. are likely in time to assume, Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot.. .
ness is still very popular. Of course, a greasy appearance which should be removed .:s-- BACON AND BOLGNA.. > '
skirt trimming of some sort is almost a daring the annual housecleaning ..;.. --<..., .,. :. '.;., Aaare 9 lRS S. E. EARMAN i;;;;{; '-'
it in beer. To '.. ,
necessity, but it is an easy matter to by washing warm -
supply this with rows of ribbon gathered give it a handsome gloss brush it over i: 1149 WEST PALM BEACH'FLA '
or sewed on plain, ruches of chiffon, with a mixture of two quarts of beer, ,,:; POULTRY, ., BUTTER AND EGGS.
net or silk and milliner's folds or boiled with a tablespoonful of sugar _
O' ..
stitched bauds of silk or satin., and a piece of beeswax as large as a "
The organdie, lawn and pique gowns walnut When dry, polish with a Nail Orders Responsible BROS.i'/rcj
displayed as new models are more or chamois or flannel If oak or walnut in BRELSFORD
Parties the County Reeieve
less elaborately trimmed with ruffles, articles are infected with a tiny insect : 'vi '. : .
ruches, insertions, puffs and tucks, that bores holes .until the wood crumbles Prompt Attention. 6-9
quite like the old dresses of 80 years into a fine powder, stop its wild Real Estate Insurance
ago. Insertions of lace, alternating with career by saturating the wood with ere : a
groups of tucks or narrow ruches from osote. Do cot allow it to dry for several '- -

the hem nearly to the waist, are one of days.If. '., ,,; Whidden's Markets Palm Beach Florida. .
the many fancies, while there is apparently furniture is very dirty, it shouldbe : ;? .,
no limit to the possibilities of washed in water and vinegar, equal .Give- .

gathered satin ribbon in the narrow parts, using a flannel rag, and then, ... ., Prepared to Supplyyou Notary. Fu.blicCottages to Kexix-
widths. after rubbed with '
perfect drying a ""
The prettiest ruffled skirts are the clean flannel and a little linseed oil be- with -. 61.97 Post-Office Building, North of Poinciana_. Hotel.
grenadines ruffled with lace and chiffon fore using any liquid or cream polish.If .
and the organdies, which are very a table bears the telltale mark left Good Meats at Living Prices..r&l -

quaint, decked out in ruffles more effect by a hot plate, rub it well with lamp
ively arranged by separating them two oil and flannel, finishing off with a 1)0'1'11"'Essf Established (1875.

wide circular flounce set into the apron wine: Another notable housewife restores William A. Bours & Co., '
shaped upper part, is already so com the original polish, when it has 1)ouZtI'Y
mon that, according to all previous rul- been removed by a warm dish, with lin- The ffnd Qggs. ,
ings of fashion it must soon have a seed oil, rubbed in with a piece of line Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers

downfall. en, changing the linen until the table I Native Meats a specialty.Your ,
Black mousseline de soie frills ruch- top is perfectly dry. White spots are ... *
'Ings and plaitings in-very narrow widths removed by rubbing them with a pieceof -... Patronage Solicited. No. 6 EAST Bw STREET -:- JACKSONVILLE. FLA.We .
flannel and turpentine, repeating the r I

application if necessary, and in any 3Iarket on BUll) au Slrvrt, .
., "
i: 'ntlle lyih> '' nol mini It'h"bl. Nete" ; .I' '
case rubbing with a good will until patience
and strength are about exhausted. 11.12 WEST PALM BEACH Wheat Grit
Unsightly finger marks disappearfrom i Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, ,

varnished furniture when rubbed Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dark.AT .
with sweet oil and from oiled wood if .
/ Sun.
kerosene is rubbed on the spots. A bruise JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President. WHOLESALE-
r, should be treated with a piece of brown ...
RAYMOND D. KNIGHT Vice-President.
State Agent Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
paper, folded several times and soakedin
hot water. Over this hold a moderately .,.. -. .' THOS. P. DENHAM, Cashier. Star Brand Fertilizera-Uuarantepd Au warm iron until all steaming '. ."' : ..... .' JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier.National round Bone Nitrate Sole, Muriate of Potash wuiphate Potasn Kanit,etc. There rer-.
,.',0'. .1'. '; tilizera have no Superior in the Market,And a trial will convince.
I II ceases. If necessary, repeat the process, 'J. ....?. ,. Send for Catalogue Froe- 10-t8.97
remembering that one application does

not always turn out a success. Always Bank of .
apply.alcohol sparingly upon furniture, .
I if at all, or it will destroy the polish.
I . '. "
Clean carved furniture week -
every by ,
thoroughly dusting it with a new paint- A Chance to do YourOil .>. ., ,-'."''' :.>-'. c ....-;-.'. '-.. : ,
brush. If the mahogany table that is the Slate of FloridaTRANSACTS ::0-:;;>:;; ,=.

the pride of your heart shows stains, ....,..."; .,.......-".-<. "
drop on them a mixture of six parts of : ;;
spirits of salt and one of salts of lemonor ."- A PROSPECTORSsr ; ;,
a few drops of oxalio acid and water .'; -- r< .iz I
: ...
until the stain and ." "
rubbing disappears, ', ',:" --'
then wash with water and polish as GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. ..... AND -':
usual. If mahogany only needs cleaning ,'. :
rub it with a flannel dipped in .
sweet oil or cold drawn linseed oil. In -- .INQUIRERS

rubbing wood follow the grain and do : Accounts of Bankers '
not rub against it any more than you o :
would in people if wishing a happy result Merchants, Manufacturersand Will find THE TROPICAL SUN
-New York Sun.
Individuals solicited.... loaded to the muzzle every week with

How to Serve Rice With Fig Sauce. .
just the information they want.
Steam the rice look over, wash and
.. chop or cut fine enough good figs to Capital and Snrplns? $$190,000. Try it and be convinced.
make a cupful. Stew in a pint of water -
A IUJCUED MCSLIN GOWN. to which has been added a tablespoonful Subs riptioIi Price-1 year, $2.; Six Months, $1; Three Months_ 50cts.
give a very Parisian air to the dressy of sugar until they are one Issue our own drafts to all the princi- ., 1 '" "' "

gowns, and there is no end to the way mass. If the figs are not of the best pal cities in Great Britain, Holland ,"" ,... -'. "'.f' :,.J'; .'.,.. .,<,:.'J..'':>:orr' '''.,

of using them. A touch of black is a quality and do not readily soften, it is Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy, : ,:: ;; ;:}:\ ',: .. ,- '. '' :: .: ---r'
conspicuous feature of dress in general. well, after stewing for a time to rub Spain, Portugal and Germany. ', -- -..- !
Even the cotton gowns are trimmed them through a colander to break up '
with ruches of black tulle. the tough portions and make a smooth JacksonvilleFlorida
The prevailing style of bodice in thin sauce. Put a spoonful of the hot fig work.The 827.q7Geo.
gowns is the plain back with a little sauce on each dish of rice and serve
fullness at.the belt, a medium blouse with plenty of cream. Rice served in

front and the guimpe neck of white this way requires no sugar for dressingand Lake Worth Ice Works
chiffon or lawn tucked and trimmed is a most wholesome breakfast dish.
S. Hacker & Son
with lace insertion. The sleeves may bo .
of white, too, if you like. A frill of How to Braise Ducks. Manufacturers,
lace,'embroidered batiste, or ruches of Select four plump good sized young Retailers and ShippersOf
the muslin finish the shoulders. The ducks. Wash with a cloth very thoroughly -

New York Sun, from which the forego in warm water in which a table-
fug items of fashion are gathered illus, spoonful of baking soda has been dissolved
trates a dressy muslin gown. It has a rinse in cold water, wipe dry '-I I Ice<; aid Distilled U/ater.
puffed yoke and shows a series of nar and rub the outside with salt. Allow
':.J31. '
row'ruches on the skirt, edging the the birds to lie overnight. In the

front of the bodice and striping the morning stuff lightly both bodies and R. A. MCPHERRIN, Prop. ,
sleeves. A wide sash of back chiffon is crops, sew up securely, brush with
the striking feature of this gown. chutney sauce, place in a braising pot Tropical

or pan with an onion a carrot and a .. ...w_ Factory at WEST PALM BEACH.
Cream of Spinach Soup. stalk of celery, all cut in dice, pour in a

The Ladies' Homo Journal gives this pint of weak stock, cover closely, run .. .1... ; 'I
recipe for cream of spinach, a somewhat into the oven and cook without remove MANUFACTURERS OF
unusual soup: Pick the leaves from the ing the upper pan for an hour and a T.V.OASHEN
stems of two quarts of spinach wash half. At the end of that time uncover, Doors, Sash, ,

through several cold waters, shako brush the ducks with melted butter Job DepartmentPrints Blinds - -. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .
MouldingsAND - - - - --- - -
lightly to free from sand, and throw dredge lightly with flour increase the ,
them into a warm kettle; there will be heat of the oven and crisply brown, allowing '- '
sufficient water remaining on the leavesto the ducks to cook uncovered for JanufaotuI'sI' of and ....,.?: ,
Building Material : .. .
create steam for the cooking. Shake half an hour. :DsalsI' inAND "
and toss for about five minutes. Drain CHARLESTON S C.
How to Make Olive Sandwiches. ,
the spinach; chop it very fine, and then Letter Heads
press it tbrough a sieve. Add gradually, Cut some thin slices of brown bread I r.- Largest Factory South.

stirring all the while one quart of cold and butter. Trim them neatly. Boil Note Heads Send for Prices. YELLOW PINE LUMU ER
x milk. The mixture should have the consistency two eggs till quite hard. Lay them in
of thin cream and be of a cold water and mix with them u dozen StatementsBusiness .

i bright green color. Put in a double stoned and finely chopped olives. Add
boiler, moisten a teaspoonful of arrow the juice of half a lemon and season Cards Red Spanish and TIMBER.

root or half a tablespoonful of cornstarch carefully. Spread the mixture on the .
with a little cold milk; add to the soup; bread and butter and roll it up lightlyor Bill Heads
stir until boiling, strain through a cover it with another slice. Olivesare And all kinds of Fine Stationer fancy-- Mouldings, Turned Work, Fancy Scroll Work,
sieve add half teaspoonful of salt well liked appetizers, and this sandwich
; a Pickets, Laths. Orange and Vegetable Crates.
is of the daintiest for
one afternoontea.
and it the
just as you turn into tureen
add a tablespoonful of butter broken into PineappleSlips
'! bits. How to Prepare Clam Chowder. Are You Supplied? "Yw:-I Jacksonville, -:- -:- Florida.

Strain the water in which
Two Sunshade Just From Paris. one onion,
one carrot, one stalk of celery has boiled and SuckersFor
One of large size is covered with
add to the strained liquor of 25 clams,
black lace having an applique of tho
add cne-fonrth pound of salt pork in Give us a Trial Order Sale,ol the Following Varieties,viz- A.
richest silk in relief
representing Abbaka Porto Rico First-Mass--
roses and foliage. Inside this is one piece, one pint raw potatoes cut in ,
lined with bouillcuneesof black chiffon, small blocks, one teacupful of flour Smooth Cayenne, .
the handle of wood tinted to go with made in good pastry and formed into Egyptian Queen,
the embroidery. The other is larger small balls as small as possible, boil Ripley Queen, Golden Queen,

than we have been accustomed to, dome three-fourths cf an hour, discard the And We Will White Antigue.
piece of pork, add the clams, cut very JOB WORK
shaped, the ground dark blue with festoons Pernambuco,
Sue, piece of butter the size of an egg, s a .
of gayly striped silk all round. Enville.
one pint of boiled milk added after tho
Early delivery can be made. Part of the
chowder has been removed from the fire,
The Red and the White Meats. fruit from this Plantation baring been picked
a sprinkling of parsley. This is an improvement last month. Apply to o. 0
An item worthy of note is that red
on the thick chowders usually Please C.C. MATTHAMS At THE SUN Office.
meats requirt longer for digestion than given. You... ,

white meats-meaning poultry game, Florida Pineapple Company,
rabbits, and so on-which are consequently How to Make Lenten Irish Stew.
specially suited to those who Twelve potatoes' six large onions, a 5-21-97: West Palm Beach, Fla.

take little open air exercise. carrot, a little chopped parsley, two .--------- ---
ounces butter, a little pepper and salt -
Onion Puree. four poached eggs. Peel and slice the WHEN in Jacksonville be sure and visit Indian River Nurseries.

To la cupfuls of onions, boiled and potatoes, put them in a stewpan with your Old Friend, who will surpriseyou
rubbed through a sieve, add one-third a I the onions, sliced carrot parsley, salt with Bargains in Budded Citrus Trees of every variety on Sour Orange and Lemon Stock; also full
cup of cream, the yolks of two eggs; i and half a pint of water. Boil for Dry Goods Clothing and line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this section, including ?

salt and pepper to taste. Beat together I three-quarters of an hour or till the ",' Gents' Fui nishuigs..._..:...._ Budded Mangoes 50 Varieties of Crotons, 25 Varieties of
thoroughly and reheat before serving.- ; vegetables are done. Stir in the butterand D. SINGER, Manager, Palms, Roses Strawberry Plants Pineapple Slips, Etc.
';Y: Boston Cooking? School.n serve with the poached eggs. it Bridge Street. ,Near Bay. .


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:1 1 1 1 \ }. J)x ;iCtDliI! .. ,lf $ztLli tf JEWELED; Railtfoad- Watches, CONGRESSIONAL_ ... CONVENTION.

j :I. gtti a ,. ) t A Call l for the Second District Convention ColieliierUllI
t v. .
\) l I .' I! Clocks and Jeuieliy: at DeLand, on July 20, 1898. 1 r

1 M'., BEACH FLOJUDA. Fine Nickle Movement: Screw Bezel Dust-Proo! Case- C all for a Democratic Convention of :: ,
sent to any address on receipt of $5.00. the Second Congressional District of #

I I'i! 'J < GUY I:rt1ETCAlF, d .I Florida; at Demand, Fla., Wednesday, i Dry GoodsHousO
III Spectacles and :Ya lasses Popular
1 EDITOR AND MANAGER. July 20, 18gS. i 11
Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing Promptly Attended to. The Democratic party of the Second Florida.

I ? Charges paid one way. R. J. RILES, Congressional District of Florida will Jacksonville, -"' r,

'. I '" YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION, $2 -- 5-12- 225 W. Bay, Everett Block, JACKSONVILLE, FLA hold a Congressional Convention at De- :
: Goods House
!>' .'
J :.1 ; Land, Fla., on Wednesday, July zoth, The Leadiipry! }

: 13 p. m., for the purpose of nominating -
t i
'I'' L THE PRIMARY ELECTION LAW. a Democratic candidate for Con-! / in the state. -i i

.._. _. gre ss from the Second District of Florida .;
: -- ----
!; and to transact such other businessas i '
U1 The Largest Stock, The Newest Styles, ,:| :
\',: 'Read It Then Carefully Analyze It. may come before the convention.The I
I. I Prices. : -.
I Chairman and Secretary ,of each at the Lowest -. :"-. :
I: : .-. s County oY the Second Congressional will send samples free of charge. 'II -
we "
d .: : AMONG OUR OHUBGHES To all whom request
., ,! ... ; < AN ACT regulate the holding Political Primary Elections in the DisState of Florida will send delegates WE PREPAY Express Charges on allt -V J

to the convention the following the amount of $5.00 or over,
I Time and Place of Services, Special of Florida for the Nomination of, Delegates to Political! Conven upon orders when to accompanies the or er.
1 1. basis of representation: One delegatefor money
: r, Notices, Week-Day and Sunday -" buns,'or of Candidates for any Elective Office Under the Laws of this : :
;I j" each 100 votes cast for tke Democrat- Mail Order Department ; -
The Best Equipped
i .Meetings. State. Congressional< candidate at the election -
1 : --,.. .. .-.. .. ------- Write for Samples and Try it. Tour Money Back If Goods Are Sot a, WeSar.'t. .t
; in 1896. and one additional vote for

ti f. .J r.i"lf E pl isso p el Services., ."0':f. Be it Enacted by the Legislature of the the State of Florida: the fraction in excess thereof, when it -Respectfully- R4

i I! .::1 EPISCOPAL CHDRCH- sda-by-the-Sea.. SECTION 1. That whenever the executive or standing committee of amounts to fifty or more. The counties,
under this rule will be entitled BROTHERS'POPULJtR 4
< to
:.f REV.J. N. Mt LvoRD, Rector. any political party of citizens in any county of this State decide to take by rep 'COHEN
I .1 { REV.: L. esentation as follows:
1'mvjAMES iIU .
'j DRY A ss't
primary election, the sense of the members of the said as to the
I Service every Sunday morning at II o'clock. party per- A lach ua................... ....................................15 _
: j Sunday School at 3 p. m. .. sons tone made delegates to any convention to be held for the purpose of tlaLer.................................:..... .................. J DRY GOODS HOUSEs .;
\ ""I The church Bradford............................. ....:.:............_. 1 ,
Jiot'' will, !jrtnuta open. jdunrig the that (party, or to take the sense of the members of the said party as to Brcvardiay ........................................................ 5
I':!:' Summer. their ; .??............... ............................ ..... Jacksonville Florida.
choice for United 3 ,
i 'i States Senator, or as to the proper person or persons ('olunibia...*.. -. ........................................ 7 ,
,N.< ; B1IOTalo."JItmoD .or-$ANDREW..-Meets on to be presented on behalf of that to the voters of the at Dade..... ..... ............. ... .._.......................... 4 ........................... ""' =r
I .; the' Second and Fourth party county Duval.................;.......)..............'........17 ,, ..... '1
j: Wednesday of each an election to be held in said county under the laws of this State the said latnilton............................_..........\0..... 5 .F
; rasntn. L F.H.INDRY,Director. Lake..... ............................... ....................... 8 1
W.'F.AKfrstao.vG,Jju, Secretary, ccmmittee shall give at least twenty days notice in some newspaper,published Madison: ....?..... 9
Marion....... :t
1 in said county, or by posting in one cr more public places in eachward N a sa u............ ................i 5 0 C

W. E. Church, South. or election precinct or district in the county wherein such primary Oranjje....... .......J 0Ol4ceola.
:, election is to be of the where i that 2utnaiii......-....."-............#.-..............................10 2 ST30MK
; II Services wil! be held in the Knights.of rylh- proposed held place voters elonging Sum ter.......................... -& Gl EN G. ,
.! Las Hall on the First Third and Fourth Sundays party arerequested to meet for the purpose, of acting relation to the St. Job us......................._.................._... 7
ot each mr.nih st SuVa nnee............... 8 ys t
J cordially i invited II a.to m.attend.and 730 p."I m.was Everyone glad nomination of delegates or candidates as herein above stated. Such no- Volusia....................................... 7 # .. DEALER IN 2- -

i when they said unto me, let us go into the house tictf shall also: state the day on which such election: is to be held and the The Chairman and Secretary of each ht

cf'the ixttd/1 EEV.J. R. WALKED Pastor. hours within winch it is.to be held, and the names of the inspectors appointed County Convention will send to E. S. Staple and Fancy Groceries,

.1 i' .1 ; to hold such CriU. Chairman, Palatka a written
; ;! election and receive the votes that may he cast, thereat or

t 1 III I Evening Sta liodge! flo. 46, and make report and f return thereof, and the time when Mich report and printed copy of names of such delegate
: Knights of elected Grain and all Food Supplies.
Pythias, as are to the Congressional Con- -
return shall!}) be made to committee directing such meeting to Le held. = l
Meet eveiy Friday Nlghtat7oop.m.standard vention. E. S. GRILL, Chairman.
':! SEC. 2. That no can vote or take in the of f
person part proceedings
I LI<<' 'Visiting bn there cordially invited W P. AND RSON, Sec'y Pro Tern. ----tCOUNTRY -
"dakle! Halt over Public School Building any primary election who is not, by the laws of the State, lawful elector, .
: f
t 1 J.A. PUGH,C.C. who has paid his poll tax legally! due, not less that ten days before such
t: : w.I.WinuEYER, ,K.of R. & S. JUNO JINGLES.
; primary election is held, and authorized to vote in any I election, in the Always Fresh, Kept in Sock. .

: I If Ii I 1 ward or precinct for which such primary election is held. Dr. Brodwell of Jupiter"' was in town Your Patronage Solicited_ *- h..

I FUrl ACID FACTS. SEC. 3. That the executive or standing committee appointing the inspectors Monday on professional business.N. l

WItty to hold such primary election may declare the terms and conditions i- 4.1-1 West palm Beach, fla -
I Sayings Interspersed With
Easiness Bargains. on which legal electors offering to vote at such election shall be regarded E. Cowles, recently of Jacksonville

y I and.taken as proper'members of the party ar, whose instance or in f was in town one day last week on
Watch and i jewelry repair firstclass business.
i ng whose interest 'h election has been called
4 workmen,. aud guaranteed, at sin primary or may l he held, and -- -

a ,4 Idner & Son's. therefore entitled to vote at such election as a member of that party. Logan a colored minister of West I --- .- .@$ . . \!

'! "Y.9nr wife Is financially Interested in SEC. 4. That any recognized member of the party in whose interestsuch Palm Beach, seems to be having some i

:Gi e:' 'I! isn't she:" yourbusiness election is held may challenge the right of any person offering to vote trouble in getting the proper papers: for HOTELNow The Palms
-"Yes.'' '. his !yq YYfYF
homestead MUSle
? the
f; "A Partner at sn:*h election and the inspectors there authorized to hold] and holding on Jupiter Reserva
silent I suppose?7'I lion. He here 4Y'F
.'Wel-*r.that'8 what she calls herself.; such election shall]] determine on the evidence then furnished whether the was on Saturday. .

'I\, ,I Troy Budget. person 80 offering is entitled to vote at such election, and shall leceive or Fred S. Dewey in company with Rev. Open For Winter Travel. Hath Charms! .

[I ",1 Ir''" Onions? Yes! J. D Mathis has fine reject such votes so offered as to them the evidence for or against the E. Gale, was in town Monday. Mr. 11; Modem Improvements, Electric a

If ones at the Clematis Avenue Supply right of the person so offering to v ate shall reasonably warrant. De I
Stol. e. SEC. 5. That all votes at such primary election shall be by ballot. hot cakes at Linton and Boynton. Good $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY. t

[I Editor-."Carrying coals to Newcastle* The report to the committee so directing such primary elections by the officers l crops, he says, the past season is the Add re s s"'..... (t, These Prices Have a Jojous 11 7

I ., j Can't vou vary hackneyed phrase?" holding the same, shall be in writing, with which the original ballot cause. Ring. We've almost foldout -

)i ,. refrigerators Leader. Wrltererblnly.to Klondlke.-Pepper Say: Box.'Carrying shall he returned and the poll list of the voters made at the time of th e THE PALMS
b: i Constable Frohoclc of Miami, was in 1-16-96 West Palm Beach Florida.E.H.DIMICK onr
voting and the reasons on which challenged vote received
any was
or re
I Dont forget J. F. OLIVER'S whenyou Juno on Thursday last, bringing three
want Fancy Groceries. jected. Said committee shall carefullY examine the returns and reports so prisoners, Lige Smith having been sentenced Musical

i Father-\\hat are you doing,Emuia. made and thereupon decide who are the persons that have been chosen by to sixty days; Daniel lie:derson, West : ,

Daughter-Oh, Arthur is coming tonight.an the plurality vote cast in the primary election for del gates tp the convention ; sixty days-now has: additional thirty Proprietor InstrumentsHere's

\! I must cook something fur him. and from what ward or precinct, if the meeting were for the appointment days given him by A. E. Heyser, our .
lit Jrather:-:Emma. ,. Emma! ,. you'd better be : Palm
of delegates to such convention what Judge, making ninety days Alfred
; careful. You'll keep;>> on cooking tor him till i nr person or persons have been ; Johnson -

he breaks,,the engagement-licit ere tit alt.u elected a!' candidates of the party, us: the case may be, for the office or offices I awaiting sentence. The number of the Finishing

3 'Tinware tojbe: filled at the approaching election. :prisoners now in jail are eight. Beach
at Cut"prices; at Weybrecht's.De .
SEC. 6. That except as herein provided, all elections at primary Touches : .

Million-I must taj I am very much disappointed elections under this act shall he ADDITIONAL ITEMS.
regulated by the election law of[ the State
in you. You told me that w ben ..' Drug $6.60 Maple Gui
in force at the time such
primary election is held
you were married you would prove that as nearly us the same can
you In a factory on Fulton street rich
be done. i tar finished
had business ability. At... finely ,
Du 1'0reJy-Well. my dear sir, I did prove SEC.. 7. That if any person who is not entitled to vote under this Wall street broker is having made the -Store.DEALERS .
that when I married, your. ,,daughter,-. lialti- oct largest American flag in the world. It For $4.75.
more Jewish Comm:ilL. vote at any' primaiy election held hereunder, or rote more than once, or is 120 feet long and 42 in width. Each t :,

Grapes by the pound or basket at J. personate another person, or in any name other than his own legal; name or stripe is the full width of a piece of -- IX- -

,D. Mathis' Supply Store in any manner disturb the orderly proceedings of any such election, or intimate bunting.The u
A Nice Cheaper; Guitar
: or en raannner to intimidate -
? any attempt or deter from
i Wife(suddenly awaki'nins)Hark! What voting or
the matter. lido III nay down stairs, yelp bribe orattempt to bribe any voter, or impose, or attempt to i impose East Coast Railway Company has for
lug as If he were hurt' hate' happened, to on,any duly nut herizpd voter, a ticket or ballot other than it appears on the only woman station agent in the Drugs, Articles ; $300former
the little dear? its face to be. such State. This is a pretty little woman at I I .
l i .Husband-I threw his at a burgular -New person or persons shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, end the station who :
1 York Weekly. on conviction shall be fined not less than ten dollars, or be sentenced to not only is the j j Fine and price, $6.00.
telegraph operator, but. attends to all : Stationery
+ Prof. Frank Idner is now prepared to hard labor fcr the county for not more' than three months, one or both at the other duties ofa, station agent.-De- i. .) Tvr
do Piano Tuning and Repairing.. Leave the discretion of the court trying the case. .
Land News.
I orders at Idner & Son's. SEC. 8. That the inspectors who may hold such primary. elections Druggist Sundries. A Good Violin for

ilrs. Callahan-I want to gtt a pair of bhoes, under this act, and return action thereof here The work of re-building and re-fitting '
for the little bye. $475former :
r' Shosman-French kid. Ma'am? in provided, shall, before assuming thpdutiee.make:: oath before some officer the steamer Santa Lucia goes oa at the i Prescriptions Carefully Compounded

r Mrs. Callahan (indignantly)-Indeed not; authorized to administer an oath, that they will honestly, and faithfully, marine ways south of town. When tom' East Coast Business Solicited. price $0.60.Trimmings .
he's me own HOn,born and bred la'Amerikt, pleted this boat will be almost a WEST PALM B1':AeH ,
I and to the best of my ability, do and perform all the duties of their new J-lMO.) !)
t. one and will be in splendid condition I
Stock of Tinware too big. Housekeepers offices, and any wilful violation of said oath, or of any other oath token
' It t for service on the inside route between
will find prices to startle and under the provisions of this act. shall be held to be perjury'and shall be
t i please,them Call.at, Weybrecht's.Does Miami and Key West which it is said Pineapple Slips and Suckers For Sale,
punished as the laws
I provided by of the State for the crime of perjury. will probably be her run. and Strings

Aunt Rebecca take any interest in;2 The sheriffs require to see that good] order is preserved: at such meet -- Of the following varieties: Smooth

bI I war"Yes?": she she lugs, and may arrest and present for commitment to the nearest officer They say that "money ti lks." We Cayenne, Enville City, Abbakas and : We carry a Complete Line ol
says hopes
. near as to disturb( her sitting guns hens.won'tso "-(.hI be- clothed with the power of a Justice of the Peace, any and all persons who have not had our rest unduly disturbedby Red Spanish, grown from young plants ': Strings and Trimmings for

' 1 cago- --.News.--- may be guilty of any violation of: the provisions of this act, any prolonged conversation with i it and without cover. For prices call on I: Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin and

Potatoes SEC. I I for some time. Would not object at all address C. A. ROBINSON, : Autoharp.
the finest New Potatoes are 9. That the inspectors holding such primary election under tho
to be had at the Clematis Avenue j to a lengthy chat with a thing that talks I Iso 6-23.81 Eden, Indian River Fla. -
Supply provisions of this act of their .
may own motion or in any case of the chalj: I
Store. j agreeably.-Greensboro (N. C.) I
1 lenge of any person offering to vote, if they deem there is:: any doubt of the i J Record Harmonicas

1 Anxious Mamma-YesMr Lakesidethe fact propriety under the provisions o? this act of the vole so offered, require of Try THE SUN for Job Work.I I I. '
Hohner s-the Best 23c; Harpin
i Is,I. .
hayethree daughters
1 WIO.ought to. bert the
settled in life. is this western friend of person so offering to vote his oath to the fact which authorized the the World.Ludnig .

I a marryiug man? yo ; vote, and if the person so offering to vote declines to make the oath so demanded -a Fine 15c Article.

i. Mr. Lakeside of Chicago Not to any great his vote shall be rejected. Don't Boil the a
extent, mum. I'm afraid he wouldn't want to SEC. 10. That the executive DOBBINs ELECTRIC SOAP "
or standing committee of the
take more than one of'em.-New York Uek- political Clothes, put them !

Iy. party calling such primary elections is hereby authorized to regulate the c: In soakRinse overnight, Has been made for 33 years and has : We carry a Nice Assortment of .

No need to send away from home for amount to be p-iid the inp<>crors and clerks oS such election, and to provide sold] during that time from 20 cents a: I '

any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can funds for fraying expenses of conducting such elections l by assessing thoroughly bar down to S cents a bar, and is : Stationery. .
build '
you one as fine or as cheap as In the morning. known all the -
you the over world
various the
want. See him and place your ordr't r. candidates for nomination at such primary t'lection.11 bal as

Benedict tell you old boy. ,you ought to,I lots shall be uniform in all respects, and only such ballot as are furnished They will be "l3est goap intfie World" ANTHONY BROS ;

t get married. You don't know w hat a rUD.f"rt | by the committee shall be used at any Irimar.plectim.. Glean and sweet, We have doubt .
no when
I H In to know you've got a wife at hone to I It SEC. 11. That in the appointment of inspectors: and clerks of such Colors bright. inform you, that we sell the we now .
: patch your:clothen. r primary elf-ctintt. the committee making such Woolens and sized bar for 5 cents that : Merchants, _
J : Singlt'\ln-'l'hat'! .. all.rightbut I'prtfer to I appointments shall, so far as : ; we will sell ,.
; possible, select qualitieii voters from n list of naii.es it to every soul on the Lake. For .
t stay Mingle and not have my clothes patcl.oi.] agreed upon by a ma- Soft Dresses sale
-N. Y. World. t I jjority of the candidates before such primary election. Provil1ed, uch agreed only by West Palm Beach, Florida. f
t -- list i is filed with the committee.'n Will not be

Boat building done righ-at-h m I; SEC. 12. That the executive standing committee Ripped and the L. W. Burkhardt 8 !) J
the most approved manner, good work- : !! when they are pejtitioned -
and by a niHJority of the qualified electors of the the Dreaded Finest '
manship aUlivicg pric=s. Call on i! same posit COID1Ilttl. Washing Groceries. --- -
1 Capt. A. T.'Rose. 1 >P belongs. to, fehall] cnll ant] cause to be held a primary election AS pro.
j ceded for III tills act und should] the Is done. Mrs. Enterprise it uhsc'i3E Sun.
committee refuse to call]! Of hold such uses and has for j:1ts
Inauwwertimetoriiurch we go.; ]prirnur.tl..i! n$ JK'titiorwd for they :shall he of Don't Boil. it large, and wash works by go'cloak, but Mrs. Fogy
And Christiana try to be; I guilty a misdemeanor l I hard until 12 o'clock.3ccrThc finlSbja -
In ,winter time we!sail slid row I Itnc **IIIJ conviction tie pl1nilaf6d| by imprisonment in the county jail not -

The tourists. for a fee. I jlews] : than thirty (30)) days, or more than ninety ((90)) days. TONSORIAL SHOP
i SEC. 13 That all laws and parts of laws in conflict with. the provis-
Prices cut in two'on all Tinware'', p' 'i i ions of this net be and the same are BROWN HORDES, Propr.

phased, fr Wejbrecht's" .. -, '. M Ur-l\II II Approv .'June l1. 1897. hereby repealed.' ; : ;; =

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