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':1* i1EW' TIME CARD } MAYOR. CURRIE CHARLES '

MILLER'S
: ,KITE PRESIDENT .', NEXT TUESDAY\ ISSUE CALL 1':



Ijjj/1t't': ::} :;:,TO VISIT' w LAKE WORTH" i i I I.Florida Inaugurate East-Coast-Winter Railway Train to"" I I For. Next a Mass Wednesday,Meeting- : /of Even-Citizens ,BODY RECOVEREDa : : 1 I


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1. 'k I, Service Jan. 10. ing: at 8 O'clock. '
I\ '," .Af.{ o',!'rl I., I. { ,,*
:' i I A gloom has. been cast over the city helpless. She related the' news to himas

OF TRADE MAY ACT.I ,A; new time card will go Info effect To' the Cltlzerg of West Palm Beach; : by the sad T1 and untimely end that came clearly as one could under the circumstances

I I u ., over the Florida East Coast Railway I take pleasure In calling a mass I and he Immediately' john*
to Charles H. Miller and his three-
,4/, $"."' 'I,I next Tuesday, the'10th, when one meeting\ of citizens; for Wednesday ed the party of rescuers and went
I additional through train will, be added I year-old spn., Kellum, Thursday eve- down the lake still hoping that his

1 i.ca1 Sun ,Started a Move Yesterday: Which is :: to the service.whlle several new trains v'sht next, al an hour and place to be ning between'four: and five o'clock.: son might have been so .fortunate M':
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i :: ,. ,. 'I will be between St. Augustineand hereafter fixed to act in conjunction wade ashore '"*
put on ,
At that hour Mr. Miller, accompanied i to ,
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: With Public Favor. Believed :
.r'I'J: eeting Another train will with the Board of Trade in formulating '
Jacksonville
r One of the saddest' features of th.',, 'rl
",, 1/ ,"" "110' i by his wife. and little son. were
i .. that President'Will.Accept;! .. also be added "to the service between a plan of inviting President! Roosevelt ; coming up the lake toward the city In dilltressing accident is the fact 'that'

: St. Augustine and New Smyrna. lo the races to be held on Lake I ; the mother of the young man la now h
I, :' .., The new time card will only be tern, I their launch with a lighter loaded in Baltimore having recently undergone
,: ,"t..., ,, i ip I f porary, and later In the season when I Worth In February. As many as can I with shell In tow. When about three a serious surgical operation.'So*, ;v

Tropical Sun representative hasehed lung be turned. Into a ..mass-meeting of ;: thexlncreased traffic demands It, another come out should make It a point of I miles south of'the city, at one of the was improving and was expected, J to'; ,'

several, business men .of,, the citizens of West' Palm Beach an.Paltli .! schedule will be provlde'd., which I doing so as, we wish to show by the widest points ,in the lake Mr. Miller reach home next,week. The Bad"news W

,P.' In regard -to some step being .Beach and. ,urges that every and it Is that In ad- plunge from the launch Into the waters Nealle Miller and Fletcher; 'r
; dally presumed Mrs. who'
extending cordial Is desire have the head
ft looking to the : of'anon / who has the interest of the city at i" our to ; below, and in i less time than It '
' t' 'ditlon to this the local train between! are attending her and they were advised ,
to President Roisevelt to heart and feels" 0& pride In his country Palm Beach and Miami', which service of the nation with ua on the occasion takes to tell it he had reversed the en- to use their ,own judgment in

/ia city and Palm,Beach during be in attendance. *. 'i I'I has proven so popular in former I named. gine of the launch, thrown off his, coated breaking. the news of her son's trag t

"'eat ,water carnival'nfixrt" : month. Mayor" Oeo. O. Currie was seen this reasons, will soon be put on. It has Oeo. Q. Currla, : into the 'lake to save hIs i icdeath.. Jr N '
:i ".I' Mayor. boy. The wind was blowing almost
been rumored that It was, the intention
',. .".the concensueof opinion, that, morning, and was so pleased with the I I of the company to operate five a gale, and tha.waters were rough and PROMINENT. .: YOUNG MAN. .

the Board, of Trade and the suggestion that he at once volunteered through trains this season and if the Prettiest line of office stationery the waves beating high and fast, Charlie MlllerJWas ,one of''tha most nl'',

louncll take the matter. up, and to call a masa"Piueeting' of citizen-On I.: frame demands such service It will business cards etc., ever seen ID city. Mrs. Miller stood watching her husband prominent and ,popular, young'' men: lEt'
Sun.
{'it to the. attention of the officers Wednesday ,evening toact In conjufJ, doubtless be given. The Tropical and child as they were tossedto this lty. He/wns''thirty' years of'
e. !: \ I 3f and fro by the waves and says that age, and had been married something* ri.l
(Palm Beach Motor Boat; Aasoa tlon with, the board of trade. The I: The arrival and depaftureo'trainsfrom ; ANOTHER REAL ESTATE DEAL .
four years wife
'tll.ls she could ocoasionally see by a handor like his having form
Beach under *
Palm
,. formal invitation could be board of trade aad.'citizens will"there- : the.new time city card and effective next Tues of'' Another important real estate deal foot above the water that the little i erly been Miss Sallie Kellum: of MI-

h, that would unhesitatingly be .fore meet together at 8 o'clock, at : day will be asfollows: was consummated this week by which fellow was rising and .lnkl: g. Knowing I ami. The little son was about three I

by the,President of the TJnlt1 place to be designated laterit Train No. 99, leaving Jacksonville at her husband was an expert swim- years of age, and the Idol of Mil fatht terg
some : Beach the pineapple plantation and homestead
Palm
',:*' :* 8:05 p. m.will reach West mer eli e dId not feel as much, alarmedas and mother's heart.
1 being thought that the regular meeting } : at 6::2->: &. m.. crossing the lake to the of Mrs. Mary HOUO becomes the ,
( t.Mless she would otherwise.: She says that The, deceased young man leaves besides -
of all political affiliation of the board will be 'inad. :Moat: Side and leaving here at 7:00: property of James F. Olmstead, of Ml- I
\u place a. m. for Miami, arriving In that cityat as her boy would rise to 'the surface, a wire,'a father and mothor.Mr..
4 not a man woman or child ,equate to accommodate those who. will 9:20 a. m."" ami.This her husband would come up after him. L and Mrs. H. S.,Miller, of this city, two
29locat'leaves property, which la located about
Jvolty or In this section of Floro desire to attend. Mayor Currie issues, I Train No. Jackson- ) Up and down, In this way, the bodies sisters, Mrs. Fletcher, of Santiago.
ivlle at 10 a. fa,. arrives at West Palm four miles south of the city: on the
Mls8" Miller.i
would not vote to welcome his official call which appears elsewhere : Beach at 8:30( p. m., and after cross- lake front, ist>ne of the moat'valuable went several times but she still felt Cuba, and Nealle this
"'" 9:25 that Mr. Miller would come city and a brother, H. Dale Miller of
nation the lake leaves this 'city at soon up ,
should he Sun, and It Ing there ,
4 1 of the grac- in today's Tropical I properties in this vlclnty beingtwentyfive ;
reaching Miami at 11:40 p. m., safely with the boy and land him Miami.
i,decide to accept the invitation. Is I Ito be .hoped that every patriotic Train No. 36, leaving Jacksonville acres of land In the tract :' aboard the boat Finally however, to The accident la one of the saddest

:, Lake Worth. ,citizen of the" Lake Worth'couatry at 12:16\ p. m., arrives at West Palm ten of-which is in bearing pineapplesand 'I her horror the ,bodies went diiwn to that has ever befallen the, city and in
I 8:40 m., and after crossIng improvements
", Beach at p. oranges, besides having other -
business man approached, oa will be present.' The meeting will be : 'tho lake leaves here at 9:15: p. m,. In the way of dwellings rise no more, and before she could their bereavement the young wlfe.the
; and circulars will I reachlng-Mlaml at 11:40 p. m. realize that there was serious danger father and mother brother'and dew;
o'clock
enthusiastic called -at 8 ,
and when owaer.Mr.
| Ject'was sheds, barns etc. The new
; Train No. 35, leaving they had passed from her sight and ters have the sympathy ,of the en-"$?
ontlon. of President Moore of bet issued later, giving the place of I''at 12:15: i>. m., arrives in ECksonvme' Olmstead was formerly a resident uf Into eternity.Mrs. tire community.
I ILe't 8:40 and ar decided to-again : _. 1'
Beach at p. m. this city, and recently
palled meeting.
the
to
ard of Trade was Miller In her helpless and dis-
,
',. the lake leaves here at 9:15. p. m east! his lot here. He will arrive here ONE BODY RECOVERED,,
heartily concurred In tbe opitiThe every one attend the meeting reaching Miami at 11:20 p. m. Imme tressed state was unable to operatethe
within the next few day and
Miller wasrecovrred
"L" "' launch, which drifted westward till The body'of Mr; \
J
Tropical Sunyw promising next Wednesday evening, This lathe NORTH BOUND TRAINS. his \
diately take up his residence on
about ) o'clock'by
>JJ : she about half between the this afternoon two.
?''every effort to secure a full at0&.1. most Important propOsition'that, has Train No. 78 leaves Miami at 6120: ( newly acquired estate. The consideration was way the friends of the family'.who have
and
place where the accident.occurred
of the 4 )ard before the peopl. of West a. m., reaches West Palm Beach 7:40 ,I has not yet been made public.
e the meeting ever come ., a. m., and after crossing the lake to the shore. She cried for help In the been dragging the lake continuously
Wednesday evening and formulate Palm Beach, and if the desired end I1 I I tile East Side leaves this city 'at 8:15 H. P. Savage why has been managing meantime, and finally her cries were dace the accident It was taken from

\'plans'' as. might. be deemed "6v- )is to be "accomplished Immediate. steps I.a,. m., reaching Jacksonville. at 7:30.I the plantation his for attention some ,time ex- heard by ,embers of Mr. Spencer'lramlly. the bottom of the lake only 'a1\>short
devote
> will hereafter
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t p.m. distance from where M& aw
Miller,
who live on the west shore :,
JIe SUggests that the meet- must be taken. : Train No. 28 leaves Miami at 8:20 clusively to his own property south
him sink the last time. The remains,
.
1 the'iotUoatoccurred.
a. m., reaches here at 10:10 a..m. and opposite the place where
after crossing the lake leaves the city of the city. i 'Mr. Spencer and an em- are in a perfect state of preservation,

:HT: CLUB ORGANIZES. PHILEPIAN LEAFLET: at 10:45 a. m., reaching Jacksonvilleat i "The Ladles' Bazaar" Carl Schrebnlck'a ployee Immediately secured a rowboat The body was brought ,tp'1!tBe;clty :at
7:40 p. m. woman'sassistance. 3 I o'clock and;'Is now In the parora'of
distressed
Clematis to the
avenue and went
store on
The held Jut lastmeeting' leaves Miami at 7:10p. new
mess meeting of theknewly or- '# :Phileplan, Society .Train m., reaches No.98 here at 9:10 p. m., cross. Is offering great valuesIn ladles' fur- After taking her ashore D. Wl Fenton &; v,o., tbVfuneral, di,

Lake Worth Yacht Club wast of J8Q4 ton the 23d.of December es the lake ,and leaves the city at 9:45p. I nishings. they went to the place where Mr. Mil- rectors Who wile* prepare It for bur- 4'

evening at the office of Dr. The meeting was called to ,order m., reaching Jacksonville at 8:40 ler was last seen where the lake Is lal. i
., am. ... Oysters all styles at Hllller'a. The' body of the child has not yet:
ddy, when a permanent organ- by President. Parrish, :After the calling very wide and was at that time very :
but as the channel Is very narrow been found, but the lake is still being '
the last rough
minutes of
i effected and several mat- of 'the 'roll the ,
.,was. ., it was hoped that Mr. Miller had dragged, and it Is now believed that i
transacted.t meeting "were read and the program ANOTHER ENTERPRISE;
;Importance managed in some way to wade to shal- It will be recovered by tonight.No .

|:;("permanent organization la as was given. It consisted of,first a declamation -i low water, and was yet alive but all arrangements will be made for

by Roscoe' Anthony, and second I e FOR DADE COUNTY hope was In vain, and the unfortunateman the funeral until the body of ,the

odors, Capt. (]eo. E> Andrews; a debate the subject of which ,and his sol were'at that time beyond child la found.1'AROID.
was: "Re olve ommodore. Oeo, R. WaIla.celand. all human aid.

.. treasurer,, ,% made .a better President, (,: ,than,),McKlri- Mrs Miller, heart-broken, secured a ) ROOFING.One .
a 1< the affirmative were i Among the owns and cities of the h' was among other things, decided I
fees and hues, of ,the assoclaere' ley Those on; the Planters' bicycle and came hurriedly to the city three-piy Paroid '
'DaOamara and Cecil Donnelly East Coast and more especially Dade I I to change the' name to two and. Hoofing ,
,, fixed"by resolution' : A resoalso Harle.r; those ,the" negative were Ray* County'there''ia' none 'more enterprising Packing and preserving Co., and the where she gave the alarm. Searching for permanent roofs. Red roperoofing

;leas ,passed authorizing the while mood, *...on Mot ,Yarbbrouga.. ;The, than Delray which"'Is in 'reality I I capital, stock was Increased from 120- 4 parties ,were Immldiately organized. for temporary, roofs ,and,
Mar .n ,
1l, ryi Viol issue Invitations to> the awarded to !the' negative. a next door neighbor, to West Palm OlIO to UO .OOO. The old board of directors and went to the scene, but had to sheathing Guaranteed! to give satisfaction.
debate waa
'8 Bar Yacht Club, the,Biscayne ; come home at a late hour In the night '
''waa also reading by Frank Beach: was unanimously electedand East Coast Lumber and Supply
'There
,, 'c1$' the'Daytona'Yacht'' Club Pimlck. After this there was an,1m- M:Delray In situated only a few miles they subsequently elected 3. B. Rice without !finding any traces of the bod. Company.' Ja4-Sw

l ViPer similar clubs along the discussion., of the subject, '3te- south of ,West Palm Beach', and b in : president; Peter I'edereon.vlce-preat lea. All day yesterday and last night ,

iOi\ ::', to visit Lake' Worth ants solved'Thatjhe proptu 'of Santa Claus the heart of ,what,18 generaly ,known I dent, and ''W. W. Blackmer, secretary hundreds perhaps of people, eoarche Do you,, use fertilizers, Potter arils
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!pate In the great water f'carnl-t The MI.JB meeting: was then as the "tomato belt." This name has 'and treasurer.
}February let $K! be. abolished. I been, :well earned by the quantities, of I The Increase of the captallitock was and this morning the crowd of park -
motion Henry M.Fi 1 ter" and adjourned. __ \4 I, ''has been greatly strengthened 1 I
________ ,, tomatoes fruits and other products I made with 'a view to'the establishmentofa rescuers
terry were elected 'honorary FOR RENT. 5 shipped'yearly fronr the ''town The canning factory, plans for which but up to the noon hour the bodies NOTICE*' '
of the club. 'A design for had not been found. It Is not very I
?,S' place baa population of near' 600 of. have already been perfected'.and It Is .
', : ot the lut*'' was' agreed'- Completely' furnished' new cottage front; as thrifty, 'energetic and" enterprising': the purpose of the company ,to handle j likely now that the bodies will rise to Keystone' rock lime guaranteed
lake barrel.and'good cooper-
I. rooms and bath on 200 pounds to
d It wan,decided that two dozen 'four I people as can'\'b' community the surplus of the-- growing crop. the surface before tomorrow, but the
fouadjln.jany\ : East 1"
to' : W. Burkholaerj received.,
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at'nce.. south of, tow Apply areworking diligently age. 'Car load, Just
rchased / parties
through the 'new establishment etching
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Palm; Beach. t t Coast Lumber and Supply Company.
eral other matters were 'discussed ; West. I 'I A gteptiwas taken1 thrs/weekVhIcti: Is ;i To manage this .large factory the : and the lake b being dragged ,

Ining',to the coming water, oarnt-. Stop at, Potter1,Flat Iron'BUII $ II.1: destined! jto' iwwVlwtttg' ..'yie,:towoivto >Planters* Packing and Preserving Co. In ,every direction 'We have a practically unlimited up-, ,'

'and It was decided{ that ],th.'or-* opposite,park, and sea.\th4t new Clrc.n -: thelroet m"040 ot the (important"marxr. $a\'secured the services of Mr? H:. E.MOtJan. ,A SAD BLOW.: plr of fl1u.d.to'to: n to ,farmer Realty

tion lalut'an' acUT part In the ,;.t9tOIi,.Btcld.8. .. spa ; J! ufac4urtn.:vgHtM.''Qf Fharjda, and,tliy of Baltimore* who has, event When the news of the"unrort.unate Mortgage Company. West Palm BeMb, i

-i n@.Plrhattltii" $tle4vdry4dt4p1ays.. '" ," ._ i entrprlw: | 'WnJ/lt tfM( hr..boutJy the 'greater 'part of, his life, so far, tragedy'was brought to Mr. 11. S. M$4 ,Fla. .am*

decorations;;: etc.. j poestble.) ALABASTINE..: ,i'i'"pr lMMaI14 known f a ,kttre j; :, Fruitand In' the canning i ust11 S'.''; This, In fact; lor, father of 'the young man who !I".' <, '

'"-I' \ .' ..Alabasaneber /:.-- Inst.tr'lwal "')0tialeBeat'oq'the r '..VogetAble\ CroweraV Affaoeiation; It his' profession ;; and the manages drowned, he was. enjoying birthday Everything. In the' priuttafj f line ,;*t, '

'.1;:'M1111ne, tlRe:; eon ttons : 1 4.tng4ready .? 'tJ'arkeUQO; l .umJ which h.A atbahl"'ma; hjprbm1nencedurin. of the/factory regard. themselves, fort. dinner' alt the home 'of Mr. and( Mrs. The Tropical' ,Sun l,'and all'work' eve'

for spring; Miss Ponce ,and ? the pant two year Z;' ;At' a'meet- i4nateln: ;having,secured his services.: Ben Iti Doatw:* The:',new* waaibroka I cute Supplyylfllja4.3wt"Hee '
iwll alt fait'aDcS' fall straws"at' a *' }ng;> of ,thH'''ptopkholdais, ,of'the..company -. As ,wlll;be?aeeu, by; an official,notice en 'U ,higi ,'by'Mw.!) Miller,).be. :wif.jfJk .atyleef"the. ",. : ..art, I ..r
one ,tJnPalnui. the' RambUr'tandem* ,at(;B., B. ti l week, held''In,pursuance to the etux kW so j- j- '
l reictlott"foi week only : a *'yWHWr.iwMV and :, :J., B.:,M;Olnley. undertaker tUI..t .mbaalm r

r e '2tffl ,Porter'.. Olive' cheek''i a call'published' ,..., In'TlwTropical: n. "I ,dun Conttau.d eq; pagan; .;' .... ibt r, fW a.lIIo ent/be WM'almoet r.\\We. .t,galm, ....Beach., Fl" *.:
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U'r' W. tl Cox, of 13uyp4onlepaut" yes' lLa 1 : : \ brands: tna'nurgnrdas, to mention,

", I lorday: la, t$, city. '. '" w. f ; Holiday Perfume .,....
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Mr. and "Mrs. I. If. Uuritm', O'Y'De!. 4 i Famous "'Olb.oll '" Box Stationery soc lnt\\;
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:h l ray worn among tM( visitors! In\ thewltf 15,;* r frtncy Stationary 150 to' $1.50 > i!
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Misa Edith Mrrrlli: oC West Palm r
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tiJ l Beach, 1".vJsl.tlng Capt. and Mrs.' II, l I roltottoiroieo tolsoircllo .M ,

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t I h'' the nolldaya with reatiYen) >u has return- \ .: ,"' :

' irxl W' the city.Attorneys :. s"' ."I< ': [ irt t
0. C. ChUIlnffwortli and *C( i' .' r '
a// W. I. Metcalf have been la Mltm! for terIKw .: r.. 3 '
a several attending causing I hi ;l .. ,,,' EMBALt VtI
days the amalona IJ"-' _,> I ; ., ? '
of county court, )1'', uiea later. n, ':" \ ,. '

;1It f l' Mr. and<< Mrs. W. f*. Johnson, of Weat The body of tli* ,unfodjjui mIn : '' to jCli'Si92': 0I
I Palm nAcb. are the -dsttoraIn was burned Tuesday a1tr rdertaker '11"'
r among ,. ,
+ ,!Y y $ i tX city ad guests' at the.San .CarJ D. W. Fen ton, Jtunate boy fr" Gh.t & txrcic
dayMlaml Met allolllJ. jfnoon by Un- i I'OOt' ?f rra j
Ladles visit Carl S .I 5t
k'' .., A. p Anthony loft Saturday, eve- zaar and' eee the fine ;&.0.11' .

4 ? I. RIng for Georgia, where ho was called las' furnishings, lace I1rebnlck' Banta .
w'' j .tl) 1i after some bUalne He will Neat; door to I! display of ladembroideries- 1 o Oe OMOkOMOwOMbROMAk0ar0 '

1,1"\m"'\. thr...: home this waek.P Cll1mat/s! / avenue $ '' _. JIJ
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"I --- Irkhardt' store, I
k ltl.tll'y ? C. Raulerson and family have ""_"
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+ $ loft us and gone to the East Coast tow Palms block e'i
f- ,', .tt:; 'i Lth' ': fortunes. 'Geneva" Item In L.w $ I(

e''i., :.'orlando.,..... Reporter. 5-vvw i Sold '
v. .y no ;L': :Oser, pastor of tfte lletho- Why fvE.

.irstG,church, of Del ray wan among' Not BROAD

r the vlaHorsi hare yesterday, having .., '
Y pont '.tbq day with Rev. Henry Mica. De.r ln If"."-

F E. II. rfmlck, the new county commissioners .. 'iu"Qualu.r.'l.1: & lit

". from this ,district baa been at
In lllaojil' for several days la 'attend. Fab THE Razor '
'' MOOR I
anceupiin, the meeting and .
organization f It. Any m n en*
? "'w, of the 'new .board. r Bros' Has settled down to I "'ruadiy blmsulf.though Tbadll h. r

vYpp r )lessr .,'S. Roby' Dean, accompanied B : ; ..;:"-o Jlmrr.. .:: DEALERS.
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451'1 "" NEW" -TIME CARD MAYOR CURRIE CHARLES

PRESIDENT MILLER'S'
MITE NEXT TUESDAYFlorida ISSUES" CALL .\"
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.J TO VISIT LAKE KMRD I I : East Coast Railway to I For a Mass Meeting of Citizens \ BODY.RECOVERED: :
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) Inaugurate Winter Train Next Wednesday Evening ...
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/,"':'(" t\ti\ Service Jan. 10. at 8 O'clock. ',
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{; lla I -- A gloom; has been cast over the city; helpless. She related the news to bins t,

:! OF TRADE MAY ACT I A new time card will go into effect To the CItizens of West Palm Beach: by the sad and, untimely end that came as clearly as one :could under the ''circumstances ::1

: over' the Florida East Coast Rail- I take pleasure: in calling a mass I I and he Immediately' Joined -
'j/il'itt'Ji i
., j\e''L to Charles .H, Miller and his three- '
I j next Tuesday the 10th. when cue the of
,., I\/\ / ,. citizen for Wednesday
'1 :."> ,, additional through train will be added I I year-old son% Kellum. Thursday eve down the lake still hoping that his ;1
opical Sun Started a Move Yesterday Which is :, the ,I'ght' next, at an hour( and place to be ning between Pond five o'clock.At .
to service,whUe several new trains four: son might; have been so fortunate, M
will be put on between St. Augustineand hereafter fixed to act In conjunction to wade ashore. 'Sto, yM,
'< ( that hour Mr Miller accompanied
//.JI tyeeting With Public Favor. Believed I I '
Jac onvllle. train with the Board of Trade in formulat-
,, .. "" .1 ,Another will by his wife, and little son, were One of the saddest features! ofthe,. ;

$ that 'President Wil ,Accept, "1. 'I also be added "to the service betweenSt. ing a plan of inviting President! Roosevelt coming up the lake toward the city in distressing 'accident Is the fact, that',
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Augustine and New Smyrna. to I the, mother of the young man 1anow', ,
the be held
to Lake
races
on
.. I' The new time card will only be tour. I i their ]launch with! a lighter loaded In' Baltimore having recently 'undergone -*
i\\'t:' 1 j ,; 1 1I I pointy, and later In the season when Worth in February. Aa many, as can 'j with shell In tow. When about three, a serious surgical operation.; She

\Tropical Sun repronentatlve\ ( has ing be turned into k nass-meetlng of ,I the Increased, traffic demands It, another come out should make It a point of I II I miles south of the lty, at ,one of the was Improving and was expected to' ,

i citizens of Wes Palm Beach ant schedule will be prorlde'd- which doing BO as, we wish to show by the widest points in the lake, Mr. Miller reach home next week. The sad news '

,ity Palrtt,Beach and'1 urges that every ana I will give at least Jour 'through trains I I size! of the meeting how universal and was horrified to see his little son was wired to:her'' two daughters>MIa: '

dally, and It is presumed that In ad"dltlon plunge from the launch Into the waters Nealle Miller and Mrs. Fletcher, who "'
fcn : has the Interest of the city at j i cordial la our desire to have the head And In less ''tIme than it "I
below
to this the local train between are attending her, and they: were' advised
Itation ; eaJ't and feels pride In his country of the nation, with us on the occasion takes to tell it he had reversed the engine judgment
Palm Deach and Miami which service to use their own' tnt '
this In attendance v |j has proven so popular in former',named. I of the launch, thrown oft hit coated breaking, the news of her son's tragic
Oeo. O. Currie, into the lake to his I '
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save
f/great Mayor Oeo. G. Currlo was seen this | seasons, will soon be put on. It baa death. ,t.
almost
( been rumored that it was the Intention Mayor. boy. The, wind was blowing
a j PROMINENT YOUNG MAN.
and was so pleased with the a gale, and thtt,waters were rough and
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Hid. that he at once volunteered 0<& j! of the company to operate five Prettiest line of office stationery the waves beating high and fast Charlie MPllez|waaooe; of the most

,'/ call a maaaCmeetlng": of I through trains this season and If the I business cards, etc., ever seen In city Mrs. Miller stood watching her bus prominent and popular 'young1\men In' '
Cltlzens.'J1t.1 traffic demands such service It will :
it t we act The Tropical Sun. band and child as they were tossedto this city.' He was thirty years of i
nes y evening to-: In conjunc? doubtless be given. ,
1 "'"' 1'*;, and fro by the: waves! and says that age, and had been married something1# ,, '
tie with the" board of trade.. The The arrival and departure! Of trains ESTATE
A REAL DEAL
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ANOTHER she could occasionally"see by a band like tour years, his wife having formerly -
from '' and Palm Beach under
this
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ned. meet together at 8 o'clock at will be aafollows: was consummated this week by which fellow was rising and !IIlnld g: Know- ami. The little son was about three

ptod place to be designated later, -It i Train No. 119, leaving Jacksonville at Ing her husband was an;expert: swimmer years of age, and the Idol of hIs fath.
,. 8U5 will reach West Palm Beachat the pineapple plantation and home
p .m.; she did not feel as much alarmedas era and :mother's heart.
.tee. I thought that the regular meet II R.2: >.'a. m., crossing the lake to the stead of Mrs. Mary Ho no becomes the ," ,
she would otherwise Shesays that The deceased young man leaves besides -
place of the board will be Inad East Side and leaving here at 7:00a. : r property ot James F. Olmstead, of MIl ,
m. for Miami, arriving in that cityat as her boy' would rise to the surface a wife,'a father and 'm therHr.

.';,1.., : to accommodate those who will 9:20 a. m/" s l ami. her husband would come up after him. and Mrs. H $.,Miller, of this city, two '

Ma << to attend Mayor Currie issues_ Train No. 29, local leaves Jackson- This property, which Is Jocatgd! about Up and down, In this way, the bodies sisters, Mrs. Fletcher, ot Santiago '
Ivlle 10 arrives West Palm four miles south of the city: on the
at a. m., ,
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'' went several times but she still felt Cuba, and Nealle Miller, ;,7) this
ho official call, which appears else- ;( Beach at 8:3O( p. m, and after crossing lake front, Is-one: of the moat,valuable
( that Mr. Miller would soon come up city, and a'brother.' H. Dale Miller, of
the lake leaves this city at 9:25 r
head. in today's TropicalSun and it properties in this viclnty, there being I
,. reaching Miami at 11:40: p. m. safely with the boy and land him Miami.
I Is''to be hoped; that every patriotic.'' Train No. 35, leaving Jacksonville" twenty-live acres of land In the tract, aboard the boat. Finally, however, to The accident Is one of the saddest
** at 12:15'p. m., arrives at West Palm ten of which is in bearing pineapplesand
Bit of the LaKe Worth country j ddwn
her horror, the bodies went to that has ever befallen the, city ,and In
) I Beach at 8:40 p. m., and after eross- oranges, besides hiving other Improvements -
dry be present The meeting will be Ing'the' lake leaves here at 9:15: p m., In the of dwellings, rise no more, and before she could their bereavement the young wlfo.the
-< called at 8 ,o"c ock, and circulars will I reachingMlaml at 11:40: p. m. way realize that there was serious danger father and mother, brother and lie"! i
The ownerMr.
sheds barns etc. new
Train No. 35, leaving Jacksonville they had passed from her sight and tern have the sympathy of the en-" $1
: *issued later, giving the place, of I I at 12:15 p. m., arrives In AVest Palm Olmstead, was formerly a resident of tire community.
-. I Beach at 8:40 p. m., and after crossing this city, and recently derided to again Into eternity. '-_."',1":''
MIller
I oard the lake leaves here at 9:15. p. m., .cast his lot here He will arrive here Mrs. in her helpless and distressed ONE BODY RECOVERED(,
e> Let every one attend the meeting reaching Miami at 11:20: p. m. : state, was unable 'to operatethe
within the next few days and Immediately The body of Mr. Miller
which westward till wasereoovr
drifted
launch,
t f Wednesday evening This is the NORTH BOUND TRAfNS.{ take up his residence on his ered this afternoon about two'o'clock'
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between the
: Important proposition .that has | Train No. 78- leaves Miami at 5:20 newly acquired estate Tho consideration she place was where about the-acclJent/occurred halfway and by the friends' of the family who have

"aco come before,,the people of West | a.a. m m.,, reaches and after West crossing Palm the Beach lake 7:40 to I has not yet been made public. the shore. She cried for help In the been dragging the lake continuouslysince

| : lm Beach, and. if the desired end. |I the East side leaves this city at 8:15 H. P. Savage, why has been managing meantime and finally her cries were the accident. It was taken" from

:,' to be, accomplished Immediate atepji a. m., reaching Jacksonville at 7:30 |, the plantation for some ,time heard' by ,members of Mr. Spencer'8tamlly the bottom of the lake, only -%,''hort'
p..m. will hereafter devote his attention exclusively west shore, distance from where Mrs. Miller saw
the
who live on
't. be taken. : l'I Train No '8 leaves Miami at 8:20 to his own property south hin
where the' accident sink the last time. The remainsare
a. m., reaches here at 10:10 a. m., and opposite the place
after crossing the lake leaves the city of the city. occurred. 'Mr. Spencer and an em- In a perfect state of preservation,

PIIILEPIAN LEAFLET at 10:45 a. m., reaching Jacksonvilleat I "The Ladles' Bazaar," Carl Schrebtick's ployee immediately secured a rowboatand The body was brought .to J'k thetclty ,at
7:40 p. m. the distressed woman'sassistance. 3 o'clock and 'Is now in: the parlor of.
to
Clematis avenue went
',;'The, '' Phlleplan Society held ltd last Train No. .98) leaves Miami at 7:10p. new store on ;:
WV Fenton & the' funeral directors
D. v/o.
'ashore
t m., reaches here at 9:10 p. m.. crosses IB offering great
of Decem-
.tid meeting of 19Q4 on the 23d. the lake and leaves the city at 9:45p. : nishings. they went to the place where Mr. Miller i who wile prepare ft for bur- *

?last The meeting was called to .order m.* reaching Jacksonville at 8:40 was last seen where the lake Is ial. ,
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by President.: Parrlsh, After the cabling a. m. I Oysters, all styles at miller's. very wide and was at that time very The body of the child has not :yet
been found, but the lake is still being
the channel is very narrow -
but
of the' Toll the minutes of the last rough as
>n ; dragged, and it is now believed that
It was hoped that Mr. Miller had
',of meeting \ere read and the program ANOTHER: ENTERPRISEFOR managed, In some way to wade to shallow It will be recovered by tonight.No .

given. It consisted of,.flrw, a de- water, and was yet alive, but all arrangements will be made for P

va: by1: Roaooe Anthony and sec;; DADE COUNTY hope was In Vain, and the unfortunate the funeral until, the body of the

( a: debate, the subject of which r man and his sob were at that time beyond child Is found
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: "Resolved,''.That) Roo&a eit has all human aid. ,
President f.. than. McKiri-i ,
a better
VA.ROID
ROOFING.One
ury ." Those on\ the affirmative were r' Among the owns and cities of the It was, among other things, decidedto Mrs. Miller) heart-brokensecured a .

f1t<<; y DaOamara' and Cecil Donnelly! 'East Coast' and more especially Dade I change the name to the Planters' bicycle and came hurriedly to the city two and thr -Ply'parold Roofing : I

ere : those on-Uia negative were, Rayj : County, there' is none more enterprising Packing and preserving Co., and the where she gave the alarm.., Searching tor' permaent'roots.. Red rope i

d Mark'ftnd.! ;:Moti.tarborough. The : than Delray which 'Is In 'reality capital stock was Increased from $20- parties were Unmldtately organized.and roofing for temporary roofs and
:uy was awarded to 'the' negative. ;a next door neighbor to West Palm 000 to 100000. The old board of directors went to the scene, but had to sheathing Guaranteed to give satisfaction. -,
t'a; i : home at a late, hour In the night !
coma
{ ,"There'was also reading by Frank Beach. was unanimously re-electedand East Coast Lumber and Supply
t Is 'sItuated elected J. B. Rice without finding any traces of the bodies. Company. Ja4-iw '
miles
After this there was an, 1m- r .Delray only a few they subsequently
all & discussion? of the subject,""fte-: south of West Palm Beach, and la in president; Peter Pedereon vice-presi All day yesterday and last night

,..qo': :? solved'Thatth1 proptu; my h,'of Santa Ctwa I the heart of .what Is generaly ,known 'dent, and W. W. Blackmer, secretaryand' hundreds' perhaps of people) searched Do, you, use fertilizers Potter colts

abolished." The 'meeting; was them as the "tomato. belt." This name has treasurer. the lakfi In'hope of finding the bodies them. Flat Iron Building, opposite 1

"( '" been welt earned by the quantities of The increase of the capital itock. was and this morning the crowd of park,
adjourned, ______
; '' has been greatly strengthened {
; tomatoes, fruits and other products made with a view to the establishment rescuers ,
for which ,but up to the noon hour the bod-* NOTICE.,
'I FOR RENT.Completely snipped 'yearly from the town The of-a canning factory, plans ;
ers 'furnished new cottage; ; place has a, population of near' 600 of, have already been psrtected.and It lathe tea had not been found. It is not very Keystone'rock, llnte IS guaranteed "
will ri to
:flag'
bodies a
that the
,. rooms and bath.. on lake'tront.. as* thrifty; 'energotlcand' enterprising purpose of the company to handle likely now but the 200 pounds to barreland, good cooperage
md people as n' b found"jln ,any com the) surplus' Of the growing crop Jhe surface before tomorrow,
of ow it. Apply' to B. W, Barkhold"er -' 9a \ $ ,! searching areworking diligently Car load: lust received" Fast
";' est Valm Beach. munity,, ,' through the new establishment. parties Coast Lumber and Supply' Company.
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everal" > t A wa9taKea'thIs/weeV! 'Vhtyh! is ; To manage thla large factory, the ; ,, and the lake h being dragged

nln ( Stop at Potter's:,Flat IronBufdina,)' destined ?taif{ .lftwrtiirfly; e,.fowahto:! ; Planters Packing and preserving Co. in. everydirection.: ''We bare prantlielt nntmtted.ap-,

end, opposite vpark. and ee{th+ new Cl vc-' the* front art,oo* of the Important manufacturing : ba!} ,,secured the services of Mr. H. E. A SAD BLOW ply l of undo to'lo6d''to,farmer.. Reality
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121D.tl }Jand t otot.13tccle. ... ,. r l jpMM.'iiC\ Florida, and fneent ,Morgan, of Baltimore who, has ,spent When the news of the unfortunate Mortgage; .Co'mPAnT'We. ; Palm Beast?, fy;

,. r... : rpriw Jlp. **n719silrlgit'ahouf; ':>yan t e"'greater' part ot. bis life, so far, tragedy was brought to Mr''. H S. Miller ; Fla. I atSt,> (.
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ALABA TINE. .: I, :,:orsrtU Wonknow'a: ".jtts Fruit ,,10.l the canning bustneiwi. This,.In fact father of the young man who wwdrowned. :
.,," Alabut1118if'tnSJqIt'w" .;' ',.wali45pa 1 '1 I and >VMtetable"OroWar "> '';Association i lit his profession; and the;'managers .. be was ,.enJTln/l'/ a, birthday Everything In the priutUtffUiM.,,at;,

)")I f : 4 Beet/ ,' nt'et toarketi" (Aastf<3oast J.um-J I which had attatne: : (;ranchypromlneace of the/factory/ regard themselves fortunate dinner ,alt. the'' home:of Mr. 'and Mrs. The Tropical Sun;,, and,, alf wtork' efcuted *-*

kJhg \> '.and,,.Supply, Company., I.ta.-2W I during the.part., two,year,.At,a,meetIng ,In : .having, secured< his eervtceo. Benj, K" 'Doster.. The'' news'* was brok- ,, lu :the' very' neatesVand'ILtct4' -, ,

sell : pt-:.thevitockholders! of Jthe comps.nV -. As .will.be seen, .by'.an'official notice eo.,;thlw: ,by: M....' Miller. 'bfc ",wife of I .tyIe'ot'the.artr: .
+ ,'See the Rambler tandem*, ,at,R. H. f this "week. ,'held pursuance to ho "'waff'soti '
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., <, \ r ... ... .. .- .. --. I'lot ill niiki, 'uin, 'I-K' i" 111till"! d..- 70 MEN .,",,:.I ,..",-.,, \ \ ,,.',, .,

Tropical Sun Pbuhhlnu! Corap'v. ,, buic" eiy In'm1" .v | iul of the :, J1', 'I I II
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kr CNA$. B. KENDALL. Manager. 1."It'I'' ,\ .-h.." thiit 111>i ii,\, DIM more ,,' ;.( II",1, ,'
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I ITOFIANS EPERTA1Nn'u ',' '" ..),,,",, ,, .i.LI[ I" .V."f T 1 ISSa"WhoJewtileRetailors -- '' "" ,( (,
MOW CITIES ARE BUILT. I II i f f" iII;, '' ..j! o.. ,. ': "I"'" : '
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i f:| ft: OP., of the season was the GerI I WEST PALM BEACH; ,\ ="",,':;i. t l, ::';'. "I rr ',' .3, 'r FLORID
path of lumnntn, and! wlifieit th"rra / : ;,
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I the entertainment ', "M, ;p' ,
man given )
/ by ('Q'IU- ; Satisfaction 'I .JI .,0 I'
nail }' ''h.','" miiHt (... 'rpr.JCth ,.' ... .' : ./ ': ,( :" \ .: .
mil I, o of the Utopia Club on TbursiJay: i v
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whl..ii '!in' im Uiiiir"ni.' >rit This evening. The weatber threatening 1 ,.' ". .\
was '
I I il t Women\\\ cliwfnl faces ,.,,\\' J",' I
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l trill li applies] <...(it>rlnllv. tn town I but that did not have much to do wl\h I nlwn,v 'look yri u n ft. VHjV r I; :",,' .', ,.Yi., : '., :', ,. .
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the attendance. Mr. and MM. W. II. -- '. "
y' and CIMPS end tit,. tt..1 it'" will |>rovpthrtt I their Qufpn' QnlitjrSliocH ) I :
i! CaOamara are deserving of much j .r'
', I rluiKK iMtifM w lili-h tinvi'Hiram<' know them ;.. '

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the ;' !" 'Htt-Kf pnpnit'inti H tul L HI traite : whtth! they arranged tho figures and ,

1 carried out the ax leaders. I Full Line ,
i <) the must. wir1ftiipttl"' | | Htirutinn. program ." t:
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I r w' ..d3i I Several two-steps were danced In I .:
4 or? those, which have" l been nude np 1 ,! I of Shoes "
I the early p.att of the evening while ..
''f of niva of proprew-ive! hl"tw. whQworkl '.he I For Buys, You t hoMKMHH and I :' ..... ,...
( guests were arriving, during which .,
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tables, -- --- ---- --- --- -- ----- ----- .
Y tor: their pool and billiard I ;
each: ot.r} cud) who \tiH I "
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w At. o'clock the whistle was blown, S''ults ably profit later thereby.; "
tnottn Itfiirriony. -0.0-oo4
and ,the first figure of the German was I The factory will be managed\ by Mr. P
The ..editor of; White; I A till Knl n PaUtw[ to\hir.t"", I ,
thp
Springs called I
I the scarf dance by Sight coup H. E. Morgan of Batlmore, Md.., who IIC'R': tlAJUt'I"S :PHlm Jnnnal14,1PO fl
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HentUl hue the wrrwt dies of theOtt' 'les. This figure 'was rlanrod several I and) 'hirtwalwtstit reduced has spent lila life In the packing bus- 8 I "

times and proved very lup.t\Ir.\: After pl' 'mess and Is familiar with all of Its
atttirilion the (
I '1 rul solos ke.vnote "P"A ; '
:. the award of the favors there was a -_ i brallc.be Having spent the last four We Want Your Coffee Trade. 1(
to pr >!tr"wa. Jn the folUmlnj\ : !,
Then
short Intermission four ladies THESIRKIN years. on the road as salesman for the

6 ThIn'Ki I WilY ti>' build nit n town I took a far distant corner of the ball- .' largest packing company In 'the United We--: t ceeeR'E: IT \

is to atnndbypach'! HIII every tnnnto r om. "and five gentlemen joinM bandsIn I CO. States. n"CAIUle we can give better: values, than most others We' 'know,:,

the' centre1 of the 1'0'an'l: circled I C(,ffee; kw wh, te to Jttt'it! : never guess. or take ano be-r's word for
the town who dose tiiflif. Whenever The extremely''fortunate
1 Delray people are
around the music; lit the'blow of the J, fr.'I''oOIt JJffl'k 8 it;.but ewe our knowledge in its .. rlet tic.n.We .
l a mnu \Is iloinir well do n
'him down All rt'Mid""tlt of HIM town I one taking! hU !Beat while Wench, "'. lot nand, HANOTJIKK 111. fdJ' a man so well Informed. as Mr. Morgan U, 25 cents pound* ,
since Delray, he baa' .
but visiting
Our Own Yellow 'Le.be-I. Ib\ tins is -a favorite
the others who hal secure" partners I- very good
ought to be pitrtixTH not opponents. -
i i i congratulated uimsalf on having linedup .
danced two-step. Several more very* with ninny-.it 30 Ci tats a p"'un a
'IQ '. In nil lifrlioovi the! tn<.rt. bunlDiHsyoiir with Delray people I
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pretty figures were danced after which =- Our Own Red Label-a private blend, la very well, known-in2lb

rival dope! ... the more jton the marshmallow flgur \\'[a. announc- ( ENTERPRISE I Ifr. Morgan has returned to Baltimore I' tins All tire boatmen and fishermen/ who love Good Coffee! will d

will do. Every l>ui-fni.tn'" mon whoI ed. Four men were 'rallni and told to prepare plans for the new have no nh, a-ll 4, only In uir-tight tins, SO cents. '

of them conlddancc POx DADE COUNTYelsewhere factory and arrange for the necessary Cambridge Blend is extra" choice, in r-ih tins only, at 40 rents
thai only one ;
treat bin customers" honet>t I.v.'collrlf'oll"ly ,
it"' pnrtnei for that fuviri-J one handed I machinery. The factory wllll probablybe Newport, Java and flocha,,in 3 !Jt> tins.! This is the BBS

iud t'lJi IfYilt pet hiaabiiiP 10 each of the men i yard of cot. t'i.. ttmu"n tr..n page 1. under way 'within the next thirty Coffee lou Can purchase tit any ptlce.. Meant to sell at 30cents ap'und.

aid. | the mor hucim-KM' that I ton' sirlug: with a :aiarnhmnllow tied 'Ill) today's Tropical Sun another i days. Our puce n $1.00 for the Three pound Tin .

can Hti-uivil bv niiitpil cfforix, thl"l tj the end of It Thav!! wore to take meeting of'the association will t Mr. E.
I raw wftd qf tbe sr.-lujr In their tat thanf I be held at the office of the I
who
better it will tw for till.111'U 8 : company I firm of Field & Oaborn planted grIt will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books
the Aid 'if their I II 0OOOi
*at It without milts of cocoanuts along the '
tutu it, bfirititi to dip at Delray on Saturday, February 4th forty :
<*tt-/-** to tirow/ : I
hands: the one who first got.the marshmallow I I Dade county coast line spent yesterday --O-O-O-06
and th.. more. people! try to kill 11'h In Ws teeth winning the dance. when propositions( will be considered 1
j I I I here, looking up his land Interests !! ------ .. .. _. ... .._
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to amend the charter --
allowing aaBocla'llon -- --
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*1 other ill ,Uirir, #, .u.SnNet.. ort goodna111Nw Ait t 11:30: light refreshments! wore :I In 'this vicinity. He was struck by the ,
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; srevd after which dancing contlnuwclniMIl ) the privilege of carrying On Is '
Delray
will l wonderful Improvement
the nioiti rui>nv utlffruin

ual.e, to,(I "nib IIhild: ttrpnhtrfor 12:1': :Mrs. is! retieral: canning; and preserving fa9- ing, slid" says: '" she is i sure 0011.1.-1 F.lne 0 t P'rintinr:) THE TROPICAL SUN
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1 The tollowlng wera present frnnd frt\ transact other Important I' 1'I Job

(v II:.. tlllViitl/'lrnpl't c.f "vVrj' "j.. ,- DaCamara Mrs. B. T. Moore<< :Mrs business It Is the purposeof. the getati I : FlI) H ;."r. i Department

zen.10out! pull him hack tbrouI'i. Chlliingwvrth.'Mrs.Mrso'Ia'rhelt' Briggs. Mrs. WIl- npn Interested to build the factory I Seven-room newly furnished' <*.otrl.59. -. -- -- .-..-. -.... .. ,--......-.- ,.-._. _- ,.. ..h... ,_- -..-,- --::' ..- ', ... .. .......
-'naon. Mrs. Decker -----7"----
jpaluuav,1r w 'ijjlir In ID down mitt anil have it equipped time for the with fire-place and all modern conveniences '
Mn! I f/amj>Uig.: :Mrs, Yarb'rOugh'Mrs.J. I ''oyAosttaaae'ryes.ma+.s'as..tssnwsroasaew. sae1)aarts+rerbsare.3ee..
Its' ludifiereur'! .:' I i hn'-dll ig of the next crop or not later for rent for season. "u Apply ,
W. ganders!\ 1"1\f1\ Uuilif! Miss Yar- ,
ban Mav of this yent1! Thu enterprise' Sheen's Real Estate Agency. a
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borougji, ,Miss C\I)11:' i, M, the
h i hr of not&rly I
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e,71t Tbo. tIllke;; Cityirides, saga: : HI. I nelly, bliss Lamping' Miss faun, :Mea; "lort. but that financial assistance of 1 Are you going to paint your hone? w 1 ,.

thpii,, .L.nt. Alck.: I I' reek Clark! Burr Miss Poster, Usa! Htttr.h.tt.1'tfls.' 't'f JacUsortvIDe Wholesale rrocers i do to Potter's Flat Irqn:; Building! and C x = -i- -.oC Wllr.HRAL i A.V1J, RrAll"f "+ !.
Ho-nley. flits! n T>.\V'.I. 511 PUreiss ..
bH' t tt'IH" ) that ", ifkllt of (..1.tioll. ....- .Mss \qcOI'JatfbD; ,>rd that It will fill a long : let him tell you about Jtfew} Era and irOBACCCN
:\ Qae w.an : eii.I i. : IS'1' :
r f'1t'rAnt on the Fast Coast no one caudOlb'l. : Carraia Paints.. They will stand the' '
I Andrews, lIHa Au :; vine and :Messrs.Ehruann 'J
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weather and not chalk.TAOY I
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: The White Nptirgt.| IL-ruM verypensihl : bom,.e.PernMi"3r, Carlnri\ DaCJauiari.l ',o. ..O'-lsrad-Chad- VrV.. W. Blarltmer, 'the secretary .I S: CI airs Tobacco CI$ ireti L!es, Pipes, Etc., Etc. '

erf the Fruit: and Vegetable Prowers' DKSIRRPOSITION!; AS : i J .
renuirk-t unit it tin.EitnoiV ;trntea dlson, BrlRK. "T''''I1f1I', Maxfold) Spulres enthusiastic : C .ANLI.t''s
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t \qsol\fallon. Is very over """ )' Rdrrm'l"Ap' ly "

'' '' I .\iHin-iiitioi will take u., the, Mooio. Hunderu. U. CiirrlT. the prospects of the new enterprise, Tried l SnnNOTICBITO I I' 2 A FULL UNK ,OF IOWVKVS ChJUhBKAl; I .> d). COLATI'S |
UP.WI, C O. Chil-
1). Bn Jude
fllotht h)r ftoo'i: ru..d-. r their annual llngworth wn., Ono W. Lainliurt aud JM. and says that the members of the association i I "o 5 f OJdc! 5ntla'; \ touches' ;; ) Season
I I I I are determined that the can- 'i.AX PAYt'RS ; '1c+11 iuOrdcrluiinR : ( -j;
o on,'I,1 'glLIkt' CilyIii.Sirillgat: : -dr Rowly.NOTlUr.. ,
proposed to be erectedat I ICe, .
ning factory I r/Itrp : TI
I Ire'.uti. -- OPMINOIF LUrtKVfi: >1 PAL Hr-ACH
pn"i< Holntiuijt to ui-vnc-ute i (good; nelray'sha11 be supplied with up- Public notice U hereby gIven t.o tile I :
UFlHSMd) I HON. i .eoawasirora "ismsro.resassrnrr."aR..aeetaiiel; rltuMas4ec_ .a
... for this state, it byte nfrf in, ) .* ) I ITo to-date equipment and prepared to put taxpayers of the city of Wost.I'almi: r '1Ii : / .

1 : eayugItwill, utP.t.iitb great, HUV- Whoa t It M\}' COT PI ni- out the very best product. I Beach, Florida, that I will be !In my', 'I ,,, -- -- _-
firm of Welbtrn & office In tho city! coun'cll chamber be*

ceisJtj. -. ,i ins The u.t3er the ramo, ol the Hrllgbtlnd-\Po.nclni.a, l\ A LATE, ACCOUNT. ,I tween the hours of 10( r. m. and 3 p. \.'. uaa7e I 't,7aRUYOt.r.tpergi'Y,, ; '.cankaMr'\ : a9.1 'aoittltGi/0itl,);arsJtOAQiKIit
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i Grocery, has boon dissolved by ma'ual I The following additional,Information 'tn., on WedneaJay,of lnc\ week during 'I -,

"'t fo loner l 11M pwlilw rwld news- I con"Frnhig the enterprise Is furnished the months of ,January. Fehnia-/
a roi" 't";", ",I. '. Wp1't'n: : T i i" 'J'''.''.5 havAg

'' '/ pHI.r"| udvrlisn'' >j: in ibcm will IMSfonnl > been purchased by J. W. Clariv. I b: The Tropical Sun's Delray corre-I' and March, 1905, for the purpose" of receiving I, G. G. Strohm Companyy

I spondent: taxes due the said of West
city
be continued under
profitable. Any IIUK'UIB-H.. IIIUQ The business will :
a ; The annual stockholders' meeting of Palm Beach, for the year 19H.( '
of the Polnclana Grocery,
who I I" Kktptiertl an to the truth of | the name I the Fruit and Vegetable Growers' W W. Henarlrkfton
a and the new firm assumes all of the I FAMILY GROCERIES J
tbitf prr>|Kditiou\ can find the .proof liabilities of, the old. All bills due I Association, held here Monday, the City Tax Collector. .
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; by comparing the runt of his advertising firm must be paid to Clark & Halght.! Id, voted to Increase Its capital stockto West Palm Beach, Fla., Jan. 71905. Y rf'
$100,000, and change Its name to thePlanters'

'a- with the amount of bueiuean No More- Stomach-TtouolesAllatomach Packing and Preserving Co., I, Fancy Fdod Products s

done for ODe jenr thru increase or trouble Is removed by the new name being more comprehensive NOTICE o y

-deereato his Hdvprti iu" and com the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It and covering 'the new enterpriseto 1'Special Meeting of Stockholder | Grain and Provisions. 5
gives the stomach perfect rest by digesting be established and conducted by the *
; part again: at the eud of another what you eat without the stomach's Y 0
association that has done so much for Special stockholders meeting of the ,
aid. The food builds up the
year. _- body the rest restores the stomach the benefit of Its members and. Delray Fruit and Vegetable Growers' Association Y JEFFERSON BLOCK |

to health. You don't have to diet : people. F I I will be held at Us office, in Del- o O

A north Florida editor learned: tbe yourself when taking Kodol DyspepsiaCure. I The canning. factory project as accepted ray. Florida at 7 p. m.r Saturday Feb- | West 'Palm 'Beach .

f11 t other day that acme of Lie frieudo J. D. Eraklnd. of Allenvllle by the Delray people U a long ruary 4, 1905, called for the purposeof Florida.
Mich., says "I suffered heartburn and 9 *t9M 0
1 bad clubbed together and bought a stomach trouble fur some time. My step In advance of anything similar considering propositions to amend ZkoS.otaoYoaeotsolso.atso7.a_ l.a.r S.oao7.oYO.ol.otsoi.ol.ateoi.nr.

eliter-ln-law has had tbe same trouble heretofore attempted, for Instead of the their charter
r'' fine, curving net, to. give him for a ..... . ,
and was not able to eat for six weeks. factory being owned and controlled by First To enable them to establish :

C hrlHttoaa ptrseot. He went to the She lived entirely on warm water. After persons not Interested In the produc- and conduct a canning and preserve :IVYYVVVmyynninnyyy..TV.V/RVtyVVlyyryyyt yyS'
bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia ,
taking two
fIt ringleader with tear. In Lie eyes and Cure she was entirely cured. tion of crops, It will be under the con- ing business. :

'?t begged that the bora would Bend She now eats heartily and Is In good trol of the farmers themselves 80 Second. To Increase the amount of Bade County State :Bank

health. I am glad to say Kodol gave that they can<<: Insist at all times upon i indebtedness for which this Association -

: b.lm., something to carve instead.j me Instant relief." Sold by A.,O. Ale- getting as much for their product, U may becomeMlable, to, an amount I West, Palm Beach, Plorida '1-

j a' tie derided hA could make out to ruts gel. and doa I .'
? the factory can afford to pay In,proportion Its, Increased capitalization : .
t It with ble pocket knife.-Exchange.'Advertising profitable business In, fact, the Del- ----- ? .
One 'of the relics sent from Lee By order of. the president.
ray farmer have formed a, trust*, of Carital: Stock, $40,000 .
county to the South Florida fair, was W. W. Blackmor
their own, for their, own particular .
t l may pay some people a piece of stone cent by Jesse Carter Sec'y Fruit and Vegetable Growers, 91

l bat I don't think It would pay which be found on the beach at Cap vantage and welfare and will prob- ,A sDel tloD. Surplus,. $10000; E"OPPICIUI1I

whkh was cut the word and ___ "
of tlva on n
me was the response a man pro : :

figures of "Leon, 1512." This showsthat ..... 01..1....PmU..it ., ,. DIRECTORS
c tending to do bueioPM on, one of they Ponce de Leon wu the first fisherman 1 wish to 'Inform ewr imraun wllWnone1bnndnxInillMof 0.0, W. Potter.Vic*.Pr ld.nt ". .ntmlda 0... W.. Latahart t
WM Palm Hewhthar: I g*.*.,".""'. Ca.hler, k a. Pottow. H. .r;BreW",4 ..
streets of, Oca la several ... watche .eJoe"..ndJ Qeo w..
principal at CapUva, and that he must tnt here 10 .p.lr yvur B.A. axaalda..bwwiCaJe' oweh 'w.u.spits.,
r- welry-to Hi your aeswttb .|_t le$ or Use.I,:"
when approached on the have bad great sport with, the sliver sad to mil you anything you rHnsslse ,
day ejffInane OPEN.
ago FROM
m.7 wont I.I my U.... ln not.,".1""", 9. A. M. TO' 2. P;. M...
U willIng
four centuries ago. Jesse ....
king .. resident, a
I of the Itorbut property
r abject by a representative to part with this historical stone wwner laude Co. sod porfuetly r.- or rwalgDrrsfla bought sd.lold os !. coo....due da)' I
Thucte :mUaitea Wats.
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Dally Banner, as be continued with for $50.-Fort Myers Pre l. poiulbla.to trsn.aetwinlme.for any bailn Wstohessadewel you,may have i. S..A..FE'J: : '' principal lb '

In Dead of repairing: may rw aunt by rgtiaty.d SOXES' FOE RB1NT''
bi>.vocation of picking bugs from When ty a. 12 dose of Chamberista's mail or...p_ I wiU swains report ...........................
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II tlw 'loe la notaatlafaetory ... .... .
aod Liver Tablets by return mail- l>i .. ......
Stomach .
f ; blaralson box and polling aprout eas'oldertbead. r
; you -
and realize for once bow quickly a turned,.I'houl..r.... I h..e bait ...,,-
from hie oaiona and potatoea.-Ocala first-class np-to-date medicine will correct ty.yesr ea1teAcre. with, some ollhe bMtoooiea GRAFTED : .
In lrow York and B.Ittmrwe-sla )
1 Banner the disorder. For sale by all ,- rears head Watchmaker and ontiersatorUr.esleaf I
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glaU and medicine' dealers. AC'nwtiy ln.JokM>nirUI BUDDED Mulgoba Mangoes.
TOOM faaUoaxliC' to u*.ulaeteot uanrance .
that I undiretand my bu.Ieep I and ,
I Our ml8aionari in foreign lands, f apler'a,5wls s"Milk Chocol.ta.Something J I guarantee utiatMtion" !In err f oa e. i Lal'gea'.Collect.lon..ol.Crotonal Ulaa.&o. a the United, Stak .. :itaim., PhU...
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,' >Mi who arc laboring to convert the new' In town Is "Mtlkchocolate" "e. A. I-KER.'EXPERT, WMCIir1AKER: A'ND.OPTICIAN i Allpotgrown. Ful/,'Llnetof Citrus _8toek,
I fast Imported from Switzerland Jefferson Block West Palm Beads growDo..llIgb SprucePine L Drt.
Address.
heathen to Christianity, says the : by Broad well A Moore. JO HN'B..BEACH
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Mr Charles! H. Dickinson has beenappointed ; I ,* l < (
EVerv'bOdyslum (/5 / ( /i /5y* 5jl ,>
GENERAL AND 11I1 I ; by, Oovamor\ BrowiwU aa his r ;

STATE NEWS prlva'to Hicr)! .wry, position ,which he V .
tteld flurlng: the ftdwinls.tratton/ ; of ;:' "' "' "' "''''!I
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xmpa-[la>loa, aays. .that & fund.Jg ToniC, to'tha Sy"emi., ;,?,J", A ,rlte. ':& Or I1/; l ClY; /!": ', 44 Vfl{

C\ ,,raised: there to open an 'inlet,, conettputtonthere '
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!!'ot; liver ;trouble"a.nd ,!,MOtSBY TO LOAN. '
|itfCpeauua while the Florida 'Qo\1.llU\ ; than I
I U not.bln&better peWitt'sJ.lttle -- -- -----
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.iW :,.Qa.nal land Traasportatlon'iCom-: : : Early 'Risers; ,thtf famous Irttlepliu I"J1' YOU tIAVB: PROPERTY TIIAT ) I ".I'. k'BroadCrotk ', J
; do- weaken the stomaoU. you want to improve and need moneyto '
that 'vlty. : They pot
[paiy'fr, dha4gle rr'omoklIs, \ 1n- Their action, upon the system la I do it with apply to 10110. O. Cuine,, \ .:' ./,. ', ,
.t> ;. A' permit,, has beei)' ''Vrantodr mild, pleasant, '&lid. b ,rmle s, ,Bob i West Palm eacli.! ,' I ,,'1 ,,";,: .. f, :/," '"', i.. ". ,J ". >.. '. .\ 1
r twin*.':Sowetar,ot VrfaVakft'the i ,:" 'No I .if'It";' .<, ,t. '\\r; ,) ",,,:hr\' ''" ';''( ?
1 :Moore, ot LaS'ayetteV Ind.. says .. '" I "
,
SALB.HERTtSNTPoiNTl i "
FOR .. "
IJ'' ,
I I 'I. \ i, ''j ,", \ ,
'nd ex-tlenator tl.;';9 # artleoilla' ii UItal1t1ng.., peWltt'a tattle: Early His-I ? I -_"_ ,', I ,' : it ," r'.L""') ',t )", " ;...-., "" ': ':'. ""I.f.I '"c",.', ',.' ,/
,, era do their work :jAIl ,other pills Ihave i, : ON, LAKB v i&J
'lordout: used grIpe -anlt make,ma' sick in ; 0 Worth .near the Inlet i3 'acres land ,; If.': ;e:!: (' ::' \''l I.'i, ''"j : :; i" .:t. ; ,'t'"'' "q,. ...
,
t.:, ,: the stomach,and., neve cured me..De- to ,acres garden balaoreptn apples. Skirts'r. :\\1.<. JI. i",'t"f",,; '" .' J< '\ '' ''', UJ ".c ., 'N ,'.M"'','"
,
Scheme, or ;:dayolopaient, ; on the I"vyut" Little'Warly' Bisers proved.:" 300! fruit trerB one )hundred., bearing Irlmmed in'eame: e;ins .1'"f.;, '," .' ;, Voile Skirts'trw rqj ha; lUbboa, ?!
,t, win, 'through Mr} :t. k. ''Far1bslantlal -' be the' long sought relief. They'' are 40 l.tRe'COCoannt'' trees.! Beautiful I cloth buttons, ,{ ; .' "" '': "1'I'icelyjsnadel'a2tMwool' .

: ";gl'J'\ al'd, ,t6this1 ,en- simply perfect.1. Persons- traveling end Knlldlog site, One thouftand feet lakefront laEeatelgtee'' ',<{ ,/" .:l', i, '. !' ) ,, ''', .. .1", '

tlrr' t la 'confidently believed Little Early Risers the most reliable Ideal winter home neirent bent; I' ,"). ''' '.\' ,, ,Blueand'Brown. ,. r' sa c a: 'and white,. ;:!
'
\\le fi to Box W kt PalmBeach'Fla ri '"i'J' / l
lnug Apply ""I
,reinedy to carry: with thorn. Sold !brA 15S Jn Brown. Blue and "lack. '' ,: ,;, I. ...
I.. cfan ., $. ....115 aSandT.ooES ?
l' (hilt:1lle 'letting shbat'ot! ;Cape O. RieKe] : 'I \ ', .. I
'
,
that .ooand 16.75' .. ; ''j, r ;' f E, ,)
i1:c ,4ctif! ,II, .ltortil o* inlet will ain 0.1888' TRAPU'POR.NJ\PTHALAUNCU .,' ." 1,,,, '''" .,' _. ,. ... .' .
.
IJ), I.wnt In,.keeping thee cut open. 'The'worst blluard swept. OR .acres fi pineapple land I.\ ., ) '. 't, : ( ,. I' !' .'
\sec Lillian''' J. .towed the New 'Tork and the surrounding facing railroad near Peffrl e'i.!' Ad- .
, ? over .
'
Me1bouene dreIlA" Chits. O. Williams St: Angus.Linej '". ,/, '," \, ... ; ., '/ :': ';. .. ,,', ,1
:tC1' ; last, weeK country Wednesday.. Trafflo is badly j ': : "?'. It ; .

I.d'uglvopetating' ; ,,hampered-add in some' instances.completely ;'' :.,-.t; Irla., : ,., I" "" I"

II'.'! ." tied up, All drains were five HOUSES TO KENT .,. ': r t, -: ,'" ,krBrtlliantine
,
I ant and Moat Affective, hours slate while the elevated'ail} trolley -- ,: i '.
,
FUR'Nl HRDHOTJSR FOR '
r amberLE&!: ; Vindloatoi1. Lib- tines ranwith the greatest dlffl-' ('NICELY fire and bath. 6 ." \
,, place ,
t .
S.Nwrite. Ueo. 25IOU2FWItlyldq : J '
', cult)!', Hundreds ot;people.were unableto rooms. Piano. Address Box ass Whet 'I' ; Sklrts-'Self; Trimmed,":' "
; unsolicited I bear "I .
and<< by '
t.\ ., 'to ,the'. curative you'power1 oair get to their work 'the storm started .Palm Beach' ; I' i.' I j '. .,, t ,I '. L ate.''c u\" .' 'II" //1:,;::,,M' 1'i,'

r, ';,."H ore hound ''Syrup' 11% ''haveiViitt W.Jth. ,rain and ;sleet Wednesday and : COTTAGER TO. RENT; FURNISH- \', !' : .;''I"r Blue, Brown ,andJJIack.: ?" V,

',<< my family and ,,.att'cheerit changed '1nto,;;! now e.nl1'a forty-mile bcd, H. p, Mc- / l .,. "Price, {3.50 and ts oo.:'? : Ir
>-- % it la the :most effective gale the sn'Qw alt through the Ginley, lit M, l:. Grober'g., 002 1. u"
piled '_ .1 .
:'crlMluautesb remedy tor,coughs and were ". Yfi,
I 'have ever used.- 25o. 60o. and night prlfta, on the.'sidewalks'.: TROPICAL REAL- ESTATe AGENCY ,:.{, .' ,

NB/Ild/: ,by X: (). Rlagel. in :some places as Hlghi;' as. a inan's ,j'7oR sALEA 'FOURTEENACRE.pinery ,, ,, ,:,. II .

,, ')".' bead. : J? ,,' t)(' mile from the cltvVSUlpi \" '. ,;, '

'L'eneral} Assembly ,,'bt.+ North ,ed from It )e.st'.r 2200crates otpiueapple ,' ;;, We Ouarantee Fit,', I '
j:met. In ;Raleigh Wednesday, 'Working Night and Day *. 3500. The biggest bar; and alter If "

l : \ I 11'' bo, in a09slonl:sixty''days 4on 'The busiest and mightiest little thing gain !in,, Dade county. oS'cessllry'q ,

,x>f Craven: county, y/a elect that ever.was made is Dr.. King's New: East Side< lake front property" 2" ,
k
|pettl.er-of. the House,, nd"Cha.s.b'b Life PHla. These pills change weak miles north of Royal poinciaua Hotel f
'Strength, llstlesaneas Into
ness Into small cottage owner con-resident. Will 1
of BuncombeAcoijinty: ;, prosit energy, braloi-fag, Into mental' power. sell cheap., ____.. i -- --'- .- .......,...... "
|;; I Town and farm for sale
'i health. ;lonly 250 per box Sold by.aIl. lands,
.1,1; Write lot prices;
; : Irnpertict.ndig"Stlott. druggists Cottages aDd hotels ,for rent'

loans' lees nutrition 'and'"''In cons The; ,offices and warehouse 'o( the W. I. Metcalf'Manager: BRANNINC BROTHERS '

nce- Jess vitality.( ;Wheri the liver Line Steamship Company on ; West Palm.! Beach; Fla
the Clyde ". "
blood becomes
d to secrete bile, ( :
,fled with bilious properUes; the dl- the ':North. ,river,, in ''New York City liadies' Outfitters
Uon 'and the I ;damaged bjr a 'nerce ,
beoomea. impaired were serlousty --rPROFESOiAL--- ---- -------

vela constipated. Uerblne will rec- five' Tuesday night. The< loss is estimated CARDS. '

this; It gives tone, to the stomach. '
at $50,000. ,
r andkidneys, strengthens the op- H LAW, % %%% % %
.
lite, clears and improves tho com: .. -' _
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Ion,' infuses new life'and rigor to No,Pity Shown. ..- rC..'CHILLINGWOltTIlATTORNEY 1 .,-----, ;. ,*.,( ,

whole system 50 cents' a ,bottle "For years fate was after ma, con- M. Camllle Pelletan, minister: of marines I '

Id"4 by A.''XL O i-_!, Riegel.T i V : Unousl, Ala,." writes"I had F. a A.terrible"GulledBe case, Verbena of AND COUNSELLOR ?,'"yprlded "a few days ago at a 1 BULLETIN 'Laninille & Nashville R: :R;:, -

Hon. James ,B. Whltfleid, Is' now piles canslng 24 tumors. When all West Palm death Flu. banquet in which horseflesh formed I -oVBARGAINS.- I','

et Justice of the (Supreme\ Court ''of failed Ducklen'S! Arnica Salve cured the'' principal portion of the menu.. PASTE:? TiME, FINEST .SERVICE'if! l l lI
Equally good for burns and all niso. o. ouuiuuA To All "/
tot me. The occasion marked the opening v
rtda. As has been the custom ,
25o at all drug .'(
aches and pains. Only POINTS NORTH, WEST' '
abattoirs for butchering horsesat
new
lots for the "
rb the Justices draw Stores. / ttorncy andCounaellor. at-Law and tNORTHWEST
'or every! : four, year;and thfs flit, : WEST PALM BRACH FLORIDA Vau lrard. Nearly every visitor ins ; :t

'')lucky; straw ,went to Mr WhttdeldIh Brutally Tortured Paris': Is familiar'with' the small butch": large Jf4(i ;

;" A case came to light that for persistent H" UUANN1NQ, era" shops( with' a gilt ,horse's' head Just recelve:l a shipmentof Through Pullman Drawing Room ,f,

unmerciful torture has perhaps the door Sleeping cam, dally Ir9in
Cured and 'Lldttorney over indicating the kind of
Lumbago. and CoulIB JJor-.t.Law
never been .equaled. Joe Qolobtck, of meat sold,there. But the new statistics Oak Chairs, to be sold atONE JacltsoDville toirmiugham
,. :B. Canm'an, Chicago., writes Mar.. Colusa, ,Calif., writes. "For 15 years. I (Olllee over Bank,) ., +
903:' "Havtog been troubled with endured Insufferable pain trom.rheu- WEST PALM BEACH, FLA are surprising.} They show that NlIsb.llIe, d
abago'at' dlttarent times ,and tried matism and nothing relieved me more than. 35,000' horses, mules and DOLLAR EACH Kvanvville i r.

i, physician after' another; then dif|' though .)I tried everything known. 1 I QUO.[ Jll.. ItO HINS, donkeys are consumed as food In Paris t Chicago.
S; Louis.Pensncola. ,
at'ointments and liniments, 'gav, came acrossf Electric Bitters and its Bed Springs Mattressea'Cots,
altogether Sa''I-tried once more,, the greatest medicine on earth for that Attorney 'and Counaelor-at-Law. every year. -. .',.-.' -- '.,,.,... c
Kgot l 'a -bottl of Ballard's Snow : trouble. A'few' bottles of it completely will practice'I In State: and Federal Couri'i Do Not Sup pears* Cough. Bureaus Waahstands and Mobile and New Orleans, %

ant. which,, gate me almost' Ini relieved ) troubles fts TITUSVILLB, FLA, FINEST EIN]KG CAR TSERVlt% IN
relief. I -cheerfully" rec Di- good for 1i'\ernand kidney and When you have a cough do not try ", ',,1. i,

f bf former sufferers* 25c.. !BOc andf guaranteed by alKdruggists.\ The cough is only a symptom of some ,, ELEGANT FREE' RECLINING 4

(f f!Sold by A. O. Ulegel. ATTOKHtY-AT.LAW. disease, and. tha 'disease is what you CHAIR CARS
NOTARY PUBLIC. should then the I
,I. HI M \lre. cough will stop
Win itself, The most of Don't, forget: the place Route of the famous tr'
be'Senhte committee\ yesterday re- was.Her :Terrbr.. prnollouln County,btme&Dii 8.te.1It ot : common cause .
Night Court. coughing is a cold. Anodynes will 1 "CHICAGO & FLORIDA': LIMITED"
ed'a favorable report on 'the contion "I would cough nearly .all night) LAND CA8B3 A. SPKCIALVY.OfflcelO ,' .
promptly the
cougli.and
of Dr Crum.,colored,, as col- long" wrltes'-Mrs.' Chas/Applegate, of TiuiploAt Sow: Block, containing suppress chlorofoi !m. opium preparations The Exchange fie sue yourtickets 1

't'Ot' the port of Charleston, S.O. Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly bad get Went. Palm Beach. bode County ylorld.. etc., are used for that purpose, but ,t.

likely he, will ire 1\ confirmed wIt l.-* any sleep. I had consumption' so J. Lltvlk:. they: do not cure the cold. Chamber-* at.the Palms CornerJ. read via t.
i |
that if 'walked a block I would cough E4 .* lain's Cough Kennedy on the other L.&N.OEO. .
urther .opposition. and spit blood; but -when B. McGIJNLEY. Prop.
frightfully; ATIORNEY.4TLAWar'd hand does not suppress the cough but E. lIERRJiG
1 all other medicines failed, three $1.00 NOTARY PUBLIC, relieves it by removing from the t k

.. Coughs and Cold bottles .of Dr. King's New Discovery Agent the U. 8.Fidelity A Qu.r.nly: Co ,ofBaltimore throat and lungs the mucus which obstructed .. -- F'orlita fassenger A ent, L. &'N.,R. 1t.
''
wholly' cured jne'' and I gained 68pounds. Md. the breathing, and allaying W ao6: West Bay St., Jacknonvllle! ,"aPla' .
coughs, colds and pulmonary ." It'aabsolutely guaract@edtocure OWreet corner ul UJematla Avenue ana nar'clH > I
? the irritation and tickling In the .".- '1'be A
blaints that are curable are quick- CoughA',. Colds, LaOrppo! ;< Bronchitis .ati Street: ver'.Potel"l\t\ bicycle store, throat. It also opens the secretionsand mom onrerul r
bred by/One Minute Cough Cure. and Zlf 1 Throat'and Lung Troubles. 1100:1.: WKST,I'ALll, BEACH. effectually and permanently! cures r. ...l1ere
drawa out inflam- ''Price' OTo,,and $1.00, Trial bottles condolence lit Fxrry'i DUPONT'SLivery
rg the phlegm, the cold as well as the cough. For sale place C. A.
MEDICAL AND :SURGICAL B ad the kind that never fall.
lon and heals and soothes 'the'af- freat all drugstores.Savannah brnu> druggists and medicine dealers. >-
,
-- ----
d parts strengthens the lungs 'ri .
s off pneumonia. Harmless' and now demands $50 licensefor o. uoou.flil* The very latest in laces embroider- EY5SAEE4DS

ntto; 'take. Sold by A. Q. Kle- .the playing of public games', of e 'PHV8ICHN' AND flURfJEnN les, trimmings, etc., at Carl Schreb- J andS

ball there. Ofllce over Potter bicycle\ : ato,., WEST n.lck's.Bazaar. Clematis avenue.
--_. PALM.? J\J BACH.: ,.Re iattiiaenearJftoyalan ,
,Japanese captured 28,000, prlu- have been tbextandard ft>r40,.ea... ,
: P. Br.M.rtin'L. t.. U. Hotel PALM BEACH. 13-1
Rev..iarlisle ,
Tliey are not an expurtineuuBold ale Stables
'at Port Arthur. The total nl.1mof Texas.wtltes: "Of' a. morning -* bv alldaelerrl. 190rte.d r,
Of Waverly II: .IU., '1'UrTUtC:, W..f>.* Directory Ii 'D.a.1{r /Itbe .Inh.bltan'ts':; Is SS.OOO, of ', 'when first arising, I often find a ,La. [ Lodge 0. M. FERRY* CO., ,

h 20,000, are sick. troublesome -collection of. phlegm, 8.21-08 W SHT PALM BEACH FLA.D4NTAL Detroit Mich.Cows .
I, which produces a''cough and Is'..very'hard --- .. -...rIIIb.:: HASTINGS FLA.

K No More Stomach Troubles. to dislodge: but a small!.quanti i F: & A. n. .- *?

'stomach"'trouble 18' removed by ty of Ballard's Horehound Syrup will It .: '". Ilarmonla Lodge No. 138 11'. &. A. Can supply'aD'o.e on the East Coast i
; fiIAUr ,
:
nse ot'Kbdol Dyspepsia Cure. It at once, dislodge 'it, and the trouble H,. M. meets In the Masonic hall the second with

stomach perrect. .rest by ding Is over. 'I know ,of no medicine that .i'f..DENTIST'\ and fourth Tuesdays of .
i the '- ,la equal' 'to It and It is so pleasantto every for Sale '
what you eat without the stoma. the- take. I ,can, most cordially recommend Office Jeffereoo Block month at 7:80'p., m. All visiting 'Horses, Mules'; Harness
"
: ald. The' food builds the up It to all persons needing a med WEST PALMBBA.qu, 4 ,. FLORIDA brothers are cordially Invited. A.N11- .
fv- the'rest 'restores ,,Stomach '
/
ealtb. You don't'' have ,to diet icine for 'throat or lung; trouble., 25o, tt. J.lti', ; L.IUDV son, W, :M.; El. .L. Hosford, sec'y. ,F tlrt8 Milcii Cowe., call be I Single
,
60 and $1.00. Sold by A. CJ. Jllegel. D or Double
self when,',taking Kodol Dyspepsia R. A. ,i. pen ,nt the, corner of .Evernfa f
\i.J.' p. Krsklne, of Allenvllle Dentist" ,
,...1, says "I suffered heartburn and Calller'* Swiss Milk Chocolate,. Olrioe rtrct door west'' of ,Dud County: Slate Lake Worth Chapter, No. 24, Royal and! ,SapoJillo Streets AIMo ,a Buggies and
ach trouble for some time. My Something' new hi 'town" mk i Hank .-.. Arch Masonry, ,meets In the Masonic I

ir-in-law has had the same trouble Chocolate" just,Imported. irom' .-Switzerland WEST PALM DK.VCIU KLpHDA Hall the first and' third Tuesdays of pair 01! nice driving; borne", ,I ,'

I was not able to eat for six weeks. by. Broad well & toor. ARCHJTffCT, AND BUILDER every month. O. H. Maltby, H. P., OEO. B. DAKEU. WagonsA'r.RnAsoNAD'E

lived entirely on warm water. At- Cbsmbedaini Cough F. F, Bohnson, acting secretary.I. \' ,.. '
king two bottles of Kodol Dyswa. Bought Remedy rD.. JUtOWIr.e ...:.-- r'
: PRICES
Curs'she was entirely' cured. 'and sent it to irends.'.;: .'O. O. 'P. ( '. "
F now eats heartily:' and In 'good Mr. F. Wi J, Fletcher;a druggist In CONTRACTOR, AND BUILOEt.f' .
lb. ,,1 am glad to say Kodol gave Australia,says: "A customer Lake Worth' Lodge'No.43. Independent GEO. HASLEHURST. & SONt Write him at above iddressBeat \ \
ostaW relief Sold by.'A* Qjllte-, ,,Victoria : O. Box 234 Order' of Odd Fellows, meets Inthe .
of mine was so leased with Cham- WEST ..PALMBEA'B.. FLAManeonia y'
'
berlain's" Cough Remedy, which, she Masonic Hall Clematis avenue and Builders'p -T -
Contractors
lL --- ,' when sufferIng ---:0--: 7:30.. VUting" |t t ; .
'I had used for her' children avery'Thursday evening at: II lea cream soda In the city at
,of the relics; sent, 'from Ge@ty 'from,' cold and croup, ; that-during ,brother always cordially'wel: ', : o, BOX' v>t H. 1.. Illhler'..

tor: the,South Fl rlda.'fair1,; was a fortnight's :time she.obtained at'.my Poultry I comed a S., Miller NO.,'E. Kus- I
of stone;lent by"e8se' darter; shop, nine bottles, which Ib8c111E'ut'to! I' Itj a: I. b'
e her friends In different parts of'the chel, eeo'y, Early IJisers \ look ccer our .bargain 'couj'.a! Tf III '
foundon'tllebeachatCap-
h'he' : : state telling- them how much good it K./ol/ P. Tree. famous little pills. save you'!*!$}?$$. Anthony 3'",)'.
p on ''whteh. w'pa'cut' : tha.yord,. had.done mid vistas them to''give :
'' '"Leon: 151?>',TbI, shows sale,' by'' alt druggists Farm Evening Star Lodge No. 48; Knight ,
For '
r s,1,, ? : ,, I It ia trial. : ,. ,: second

fonceodEl"at'qapt.\.vai' Leon\ ,and waa:' ,that.the Y1ret'Ashan ha mUste and medicine" dealers. White,. Leghorns; .WhiteVyan.. of ourth,Pythlis'Wednesday',111 meet ,the every 'month and In D.', W. FENT0N & e..

; finished: '
'When iVnole pam has loll the MasOQlo Hall at 8 o'clock.. W..R. '
aod'toolc'
With' silver \ ; dC? ell. Eggs, '
had great"sport, Jessa,the, wills the' ships now1'' bulldlngT!' 'ior Wmr' his Fof ; Montfort, 'O. C.,';I.. W,;Sanders, 1C of I IR'S J jrt Underialers
.
Lg li tiara. and
four centuries ago. : .
''need. manning all : .
; for off' .
wilt a .. .,
stone navy .". : : :t"'i:',
this'.itietoeicat ( '
,to ]?artvrtth: the :vessels 8,088 ''o'fflcers and 65,368 ,W E.. ..:'OA.LM ,'J'. ,1Nauager, '4'G.'f 'f" ".r. .
r t.. .1t
; ,.;:, "' 't Embalmer
Press Red Men
$5Q.-rort Myers i 0
$ liC more than twce'ssmany, IUancollfl1"Ia.. .. ...,, ,
men. Ttlsi! :.
I -'* "' .i'r" \ '" _,I., Hypbluxb Trlb e, Nol :28,, Improved h "
law'CnoW fpri.at"
W'the provides'; I
;I' Speedy,Relief. I. '. .- Order of Red Men m"ta'in Zap!'. ball : PALM 1
i '. Gruber ''OCk.f'itc: S 1 8tree't WET': .BEA.N' At
\\,1" !
ot'Cbam'nberlsin's'Stomach ; .
ealve'that' 'healaswlthout'a, pea When '.billions try"a dose- I Friday ,of each week'at. 7thrunand80th .

llJoWltfs. Witch .naaiot.: Salve relief.:,.''No Itkws : und I.tver'Tabletsl. a'' E.' Mf JBKBCSFOKI; () ) bre .th. ...".1' ." I,_,, .. '.,.. .r .", ." ...,...,.............. a"aElcultlit :
toiady.effects! such speedy add mllwltor' once how"quieltir R. H. lUrt. sachem "DJ W.'Fantoa t ""
? r; ; '
out Inflammation, soothes, cools flrst-class IIp.ta-date'medicine will tor, : ; CITY KEAT': ,. ET. I, 'l
heals-all,cuts,' burns and bruljes. rect.th* dlsoi'der.i For sale by:all drugvista -. Real .Estate ) ,thief" of" records" J '; .,. 'I .

urQCure f or piles and shin diseases! .' i i14 ''medIcine ''daalers "' '1)ALMB13A'-l1r::: FLA,t.:' Hypoluxo, ..Trlbe'of-Haymakan...No.' flf.sd; :Wpiierkl'1, \H atN: <;. 'ouffJr. I ;Gutne''aadBB's\ \ ,
of
last
Itt's It' the' yily J'enulne.'Wltcbpt i 26" 4-2 meets on the I FrWiy a'I
warot counterfeits!( pep each month la _pf.'hall/ ,'. ,Matt'OtduliReesibaCardtb,: ''J1'Iteditlon. :
.Salve, B ; Kodol' OUre .Notary, Public ,Co Mages).o'ReQl .,
are"dangaroua.' 'ootd!\ b t ,A;>()\ ), .t W. W; Thorn.'ohlefihaySaakurpD.' ;/i ( '
gel,. : .' c 1 ....'..,.what" 'yotl sat. :, ', ,Ot1Urq'8nuthPolnctrat7toN1. : 7 7E7 WV,; Featonc0Uectoit:: of atralv.el 'tt.ft.On'! Black'. WFSPALM: ', ;')3 EACH;
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1iiiI"1iiiI"1iiiI"1iiiI1iiilq.e)"'" q.liiiIoCI ( a
I THE CHEAT THROUGH CAR LIKE FROM LORiDA

+, I' qAo :Ji.oZZanrl J j 1"irginia __ _D_.._ .--CONN C7'ID.4VS--- 'EIPFECTtVfi. NOVBMUER'.,. te.A ,.. ,

I, _. its own rails to Savauuah .,,Tqo' V -HJ HI' ,Train* ftast.' Mo.3>ll ll"JWCi.I'I No,$ :kiR*and'tve.t _1..1
weST PALM BBACH, FLORIDA : Klcel altimted oClemattlM The ; ......:
; Aveoa East.Over .... ........ t5"" v a sonv, o W, ... _
A"Uill. "o Ky.t MP-
.f BrmtttoJJy :treated on tae : << .ooh florid Richmond, and "Vash"*, t,1/ .ean..e.; ?"......... ... ,1\)' 7tsfnI" I 4..p,. Lv eeaup,oa.. ..,,, ? snY I e rr
\{poet Balm B .. .,..., ..... .,. .., ,
I Lake Front, oointnanilSDKFlo s t Bovnnn."h... .. .. oRj' ttf tau \r .cnn.Ga .5tWy' ,, ,a,
ington thence this PennsylvaniayTobe A.t ? Ylew of the KoyiUPoloctna viA An Rail 'Ar Cburlottw..... ,..,...........80 *y 9335.Sr : .. Ar tteme.Gt ,. t4'' ', to 1ty ,.tw rn Stn ',, ,
Had Lale Worth --- "' << [ Or..entbaro..L... ,' an'' Ry :411' 1, 3tp Dalton,Oa.. r.,..,f.v'.l t> my m a x+W
l } C 8' III Modern Conveniences ... Ar tYnnrifle.. ,.::.n. .. IMI Rv_\! u rN, :: AC "hettanooga,1 ,,,.vSo RyAT 1,,?. .A.. 9 ea: I ..
Oils_ Gr uttttd The LOUlsvUl &: N88h'U. "I.a 1lolittotner Ar Letnltton, Ky i' A C rtirr.tn eo
L CtnciiTfmll. oRfeiji, Left
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tb 'West Aratohmond.M....,.tl.wt\;. So Ky/ 1 6 'beat: ? (
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a i. No TubcrcnlortsJWitntt ,! '\ Thetlob11e k Ohlo..la Montgomery; AI'r.Yllchbltr1l: : *,*, ,...,.a'. kY4 011" .4 t"I'? .11L.RLr i..M
t Taken $10 and $12 .,.. AI' Citarnttesvtlk', ?tr 1. .So S :lop 6 lop. etc unrl a Yc to sPa '+ a S5P.vn
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r' ::. To' : Via Savtinnab and Ocean Steamship, Cowpav ,' ''fo.t New Ail pahtmnre.,.. :r.o Rl it W" *5P;: Lv LliK-mni.il..Oiiiu. C H-t I> ,.,
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rbeb : Per Week The York. Pbl1l1deJpbla, Bu ldV. ArPhHii _ 1, ,' ) M E as t Via Norfolk Steamer to New YotWnb, glou: and ((1lAld. \, N'w,YDrk.a.r.. ,t *..1:6* : (SA ..,.; I'lnoinnaii tiliioi H Si 1 e ,' p4ip +
1 t i tNfWNt: ........... more.vi No.:MNow York and.Florida Bxpren, Dnll> At Toledo, Ohlar. .,.j..C,..,,H Di.,..1, ,.. r 3 eon( .
i OPEN NOVEMBER 1904 Pullman DrnwUig.Roonj $ eptng Car Jackaouvl \> ) trottMtCh.y ? PM| fa3t'.pLvCtnclrlnaU
r Via Savannnhtand Merchants &: Minenrsnsporlattun tons.p e to New York.: ;Ohio.PoLtne.'ne'1dh3011' .,
i, r, fhe palms I, eteamshl pauy for Baltimore end Pbl1adeJpbla. 'Si> '!3o,,WashlBtlnn( and I Florida! Limited.,' Pltsbuia, Fa,>.,....PaU esi.., I $3u.1v u
Yl : | Mra. A. L. HAUOtl Prop. Dally: Pullrailn Urawlnff Room I tu..epiulJ Car dnclnnntl, l thtD..Rig Four ... 3011.,
; Jacksouvllle to New'Vork. Ar elevelatxt, ptilo..tK|? Itmirf.:.. ..!.!' fe jan|.?.'
N Ni o0-0o-oo TO KEY WEST via Peninsular & Occident .
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i i t+r i i Now Open. and Through "The iUnJ of the!Bky.HHo' a<'L Ar l-ouisvlije, Ky'.nt H.SOky. ..,J. S au ..1
c t \ St LoulH .t.. ...;,.,.. ..boKyNo ... Mist: .
H A V A'N A Steamship company Lv J."ksullvilio.... ... ....
O A'I"rnethoraeJIke, Hotel well ap : LT : ;. .5.,, .., '''M-"The Florida: [mated." DattysVestibuled
")' :y po ut. ao*
L rW J J 'SiiK tli*contort* without the coat of rrigss SOMETHING NEW Ar'"eh..III.>o.N C..n 1"kY'f' the more.. mpetiwlve one. Bltvated.. i Gott aga Interchangeable; mileage tickets good over 1,3,000 miles oi' among tne pnnulps: At Hot ti..i..p. N. ; alp .".. ...
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; Knoavlllc, Tgnp ,., ..... NLv
: rnilroacls i In the Southern :StateN, are on sale by the priueipBIIRjtmta. ( ( ) oop i
-k < Lake Mortb. opposite the EnynlJ ...., .. ....
Ar Louisville.: . .
c, a ; BoRy 8 508 ;;, 114 ...., ,..,...No '
HulueUBh Hotel. White waltrwuiea.'trUlwlla. MRS. M B. BKIOOS. PreprUtreMEvemla Through: Pullman Sleeper. Port Tampa" to New York, via Atlantic Coast Linp!4 Ar ,...,.viU A.r.i Bo By: 4 SP I I.., .<,; ]achaonv Jfltt, Ky i
,. & .# Qciod fl hlnK, hunting Street i C. Boyleston, Commercial AKetit\W. D. Stark. Travrlinx> Passen( t Ar4Nnctunnpi. 0..w..: Q & C 8 130 ......... LY Ar leap Macona..Sa Ge. .t, ,rrl.p. ra w*.tio Ry My3o t0 /
q'Ilp" .od xiallon R.....: t'J: so Mild ft.OO i AgenFrank i$8 West B iv street, Astor Building Jacksonville: PhI H M ,Esir'fIf"f; Na -DDtlr: Puilmetr Drawing-koo.n cud Ar Atlanta,UR..rt., w Ry 5

per day. I\pwela: ,' rate by the weak.y I I VC..t Palm Qaob, .. "ta"'lda. I Traffic M. Manage'" ) W J.,CtRill. General PH8H"ni:er Agent. Wilmington H T.TriWeekly :. SI Buffet l.oulsTwo Sleeping Car''between,lacksouvtlle'atal 1 Ar AtAuntaton.Alfl..aa Inrminehanu Ala..,,..;..,,r.O..Ty.llto rowr, Ry Ry Il 9

& i, Ar Memphis, Tean'It.o : ,Pr1aG 9 tAr
( Situ Near Lake Konsa. Mo., ., rrtsm"r
y; The Palms[ J JWMt j :
Trains pally To'Washington McmpnIt'Tvun ..op.r... t
Pain Beach- Florida* ''. 'SEtfci WINTER yt Hot Ark.fi
and

'f itJ'i ,Nt' ........P4...... 1.44.4e COT ADD COLD BATBa'WOrl.hJ'I New' 'York ._
MO OON VWPTlve. "' .
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7+ ........................ !S VBO1.KHOMK:BOM* : i

L t '.. .. i +OC p 1 O + Excellent JXninsr Car Service, f,

I ARRIVALS AT JACi.SONVJV-K;. ,; :
: .qAs .:&aamington : 'Ftunrrbicaga From New York, Washington,'etc,.-No Washington; and Florida th"lted"IJOO"" ,I 'I.I.p..
-CtnelnnatChattanooga.
"PlortdaLh"led.
flC.-No.l04 -I
JI : : > From K 'nuns City' : Memphis, lllrmliitfhnrn. eta-.No. 14."Florida JUIralted.'M 9:35 r QIY a..m.a. ml #.
(u S Joe A. B. 0.'METCALFE. Proprlctre \ From Cl"cinnatti. Aalivllle. etc...-No. "29, '"Washington. and Florid' .LlmitmL' 9"'Q./ nV to
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.t ,N .... BoardingiHwIrable From Aew Vvrk. Waahin oa,,etc Mo< jj, -.>< '
i* 'fl | 'WEgr'PALII'BEACH.'FLORrDA' .: I.rC., t.USK.Dlllt. Pass. Agent,'loa West Bay Street JacksonvHI leFJa.'d\, /

people who wtnh a plaasaba ,C.; 'ACKERT: 0. M. e'W.. .
l H.'TAYLOE'G.'P. .A. ''I'
'S1 while Palm
? I I: o..lI..n the year.. Beautiful location .: place Beach tu'will atop Hod at-MINARET In West COTTAGE.; te yh S.H.HARDWICK, P, M, BROOKS MORGAN, A*. Q. tt< P Py '1//
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nil t :: ,. on Lake Worth. Nrbtbtcheer..Y; .'iI>lI Otlv street. 'between E rnla Jlnd 1i i
Fern, |unt '"ui'b a place Mire, tileao
_ ;: lal room..utwtdevv.raada.. : i lrytadal! ': room.. neatly lurob"bed : coinlnrtatletxidn '' ''', '.;t .. .It".:.' i.; ,; )$sJ.dI ) ,. '. .

: ,;r.te.for the leaaoo.3V .: ; -good wboloaome,, load j'YEI1Y ," .. ,, I, ,,...<::,.'. .. ': ",I;;,' :r .: ;, ,; ,, ,'. ..
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'_od..rate' prices, '.re the Twoinnnwidatlone -, ." .. .' """I'i'. '<':>J'. .:,. ,'i'" ,'.,",,rl', : ,.." ,j,)""" ',,,'r.("" {' r.:,.. ,, 7
ft .z......................... Only a limited number of room. ,/" \' ,.<.' i"\..,,!.. .".. : '! to". "' ..
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accommodated. "Table boardaepeclaity. ) } ; ,
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MRS. FPANK DA LING.r ;i' I' '. *. dF\ >
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s t 'WMt Palm Beach, Florida Jottdge ( Sailings Between SV.Jw i :: :, : i" ,"\ /.,I

J) 'a 'A'Wintet'te.ort that .,HI\ plraa you.nI f ,,,iM.< ..' :, ., .SfSfw! I ) ;;;

41w r. Xf&ar rate Worth and centrally l 1C x>a> I wesT PALM BEACH FLA. (11" JA'CKSONVILLE NEW YORK \.,.I'.' .,', "'''''" f..,"" <' ,:tJ'':': '!1
; ted. Modern'' 'lmpro.ement-. : 1 .') ;' > :, "; '\
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i Aiqulea.Meet| > Umll.T" Hotel with home. Coiling at Charleston, 8.C..both wars ,' ,, .', j.e";1"!-',.I. .'. }.. \.,,f"' ,i \\lfll".\..

.. Ail-lrew com THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THH COASTWISE SERT10B 1'r'K. : : .\ ;: :',J :';. '.,;, .s-0;\ /j;ij[ "' : / '. '\:, ,:
MRS.::E BARn AN # I .:i i:1: \ io. ,, .: j '. ''q.\\: :. ;', : :
i' Pleaeant location, adjoining City SOUTHERN LINES .. ',".. ,', '" .. en I, '" :Ti : :
TilE 'CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND .. ; \\if ,1 ; "
'Box 127Weet t "f, .
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Pitlm Beach, Florida Park and faring on Lake "Worth. I &' '. ,II'; 11", .' ', r'v'lH'V'J, ;, ; ;'v.,>vli<,!| '|' I 'wr
Direct Service Between ,, <, 1 "" ':i ( '..;t}
with '
> Cool.enmtortable roomy 'aGOd ; .,. : 'V
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8K1MI.TOKEKI.Y SAILINGS. ", ,, .. 1 '. ;:'f .
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@ Southbound From Lewis' Wharf Boston ? ; ';. .;'.1,.'' 1'

- f Cofnrner9ialbl Northbound From, foot of 'Ca herine Street Jacksonville ., .. ',1" \ .
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- : . ahdRestaurant OLYDE: -ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE
_ qfh.o .GZomatis
Between Jacksonville and 3auford.: "

!p C... GUmat :R.. 4. p.f o.etta gt Stepping at Palatka, Astor, St.- Francis, Barsslord (DtLand) and
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1 intermediate the St. Johns River Florida East Gbast
Laudlngi oa
J't C W. 3CHM1D. Prop. Meals served at all hours oo American
and European plan Dining and City of Jacksonville"
,. ClemaHe'Aea.TTeet Palm Beoeh.'FIa. Setting Rooms connected. First-clas Steamers> ,, ). ';:...
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accomni' dations. Table supplied .witbPre.b. Fredk DeBarv" "
{atra11yIocat.d. Bate >)1:00.. : :
Vegetables from our Everglade > i'
Are appointed te Mill aj "follows:-Leave Jacksonville, daily except Saturday at 8:80 p. m .
d A Tba only Hotel k...ptuif Dining Boom Farm. Very 'Select rooms. Rates Returaing leave.5allford.dl\lIy except Sand an t9SOa.m. :
}' open for lute train. reasonable.. railway,
Mrs. L. B. \
Boyd Southbound 8.li.dule. Northbound
PropHetrc Read down. t Read np '
Le4.. } 30 pm .....,. JACK8ONVTI,1K:.Arrive :t oo am <
fc .3pra..-.it..*..PALATKA.. Leave Soopm < ,; '.' l' ,
t f amum.............. '.........\......... ASTOR... ..._?_...... .. y>pm : \'/ '''' "
'' Geo. S. Hacker & Son 4 30 am... '.FRANCIS..,.. .. > eopn 'I \ "
(Jacksonville'Fancy .. --. ..,. ...., ...... ,. .. BR,..KsFORD (P.I.AND)....* 1 oppm :: ,;, <, .1. >t> ,'
Arrlv** so...... ........ ._o..a......... ......8ANPORB ..?i. .. -9 30 am '- ',\ ., !r' <, .J. ,
.. to'O\am. ......___..._........._.RNTERPRIB$......._......?... .. tO 00 am ..,;.., '',"J.': "', "''.'"
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Fruit General Passenger and Ticket Office' 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville .' :'1. ''. ," ,"
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St'u *. M. IKiiMMO.MUISK.! JrH Aaa'l VeIl.ll'DOI..1It JM West Bay tU."lIoon.tll. FU.U. .', ,. ", '" "
Store w.(1.000 VER; ,Jr. Freighf Art.. I'. J-OV ELL; ,Supl.ont r
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of Hogan Street Jacasenvllle\ florid -, ., ,: I
A. C. IIAOKKTY!: Oent Hufa f...... Ar .. Mew Yolk. CLYDE MILNELGen'1: Frt Agt N. T .
al att W. B. FERGUSON, Prop. VHtO; <*. K0t.il V .'O\
1 Oenefat Manager Uenercut.. F ;f v k
Chosebrouah Bnlldlna H State Street! Now York s. rv N
No. 16 Julia 'StreetSpecs
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_ SEABOARD ". )' '' \' ': ,> ''' ,
tion to .f "
fancy
MANUFACTURERS given (' \
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r R Doors, Sash '' .. ..< ., "" .; ; : :', I,'
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t box and basket AIe.: tINE;: HAIL A Y k ''

Blinds, MouldingsAND ','" '. ,. 'f S4 J
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1 ti Building Material, any SAVANNAH' COLUMBIA, CAM 8N. SOOTHB..N Pt It33,, RAL8IOH. Ii
.RICHMOND, WASHINGTON. BALTIMORE -

_CHARLESTON. S. C. .. part ..of ,the U. .S. PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK ...' ,,.1 ,. %,,;,,,

rp Largest Factory South Two Eieecant Trains Dally ,
Me>IA My Pr're. at any time . \
Seaboard. ,bail
'ExpressPITLI.MAN EQVre.MSeaboardl
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City L. A. WILLSON Operating D ti1y'' Through Sleepers: From tt -
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'.UlUrAOTUItIUt or Jacksonville to New Orleans fbo Awfuln

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: Boots and Shoes ,For full lnformatioa and Sleeper reerratlona\ "s call on any alter ,

Bakery aboard, or write ,.Am suro'ndlcntlol14 of sonw'frnn, ,r'i cch'
ttrwblo Wliousn o/ bad rwli5
'A..,0. MACDONELL S.'U BOYLSTON a J.1VcMa.la l
Repairing in All Kinds.of Leather
,'1 next overtake you. 1)on'6lrlsl: it',ttnd above ollr, '
Aas't Gen.
Good Neatly Done Passenger Agt lruLTT.rajrArtn.laiiTk>
Jacksonville Hurlda.: : t

';' P NOW OPEN Iniian Ta'pcd' Bncbtm 14T" iiiJiNE"1



;.1 r ,'y' ,and lorsehide :ShoesFOR I. / W. H :ARTSON, a d&aadto\ e rr crts.T1", BSRfilNE'takendir !' : oaf,' their i

: Cakes and TENDER paRT TAILORING' \ """' "'U-.P'!'. ..
fhU( wt *afe>** ta _rery boX e* Ibccnrala. .. t.bij ; wttw orgaiMla: perfect eomliUun .,
Olive St. North of New Jefferson Bio ,Laxative $rotno-Quinine Tatt.t5w la Ail l lPBESSIR8 Its '8raocdes' befall off btlioueaeaa. haiKJarJica.
..... .. 1'1 ,live.' illj, fe ,
Cot'' PastryBest -O.V than a.aew a dar 1 \ap: you !a bealtk,

-. CLEAX1N6 I I / _'" T3ST "SO-DAY
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Q.EOKOE tDeWI'tt's'"r: Salve > ....... .
DTEllrC ASD REPIIRING81topOWOt1ve : '.,,. :'" 'iI'IitWi'! r. .- >riBi I BIII ,.'

B ead CIVIL ENCINEER n Fop aJal/y tt'ML' .s....... St. Test.'V'dm Peach Sold,,at .Riegel's. Drug.store .' .


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PALM BEACH r FLORIDAneMktuteCeeghcure> -


in \the City .S..H./RICHMOND/ Agent, rJ 'DY5PPS1ACUiE.:


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CUTLBR...:FUR1DA '. .a-. Mar At TtO_ t+ayavt.a-" ,' .. I
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ft MATTER OF HEALTHAbsolutely GO TO .

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"" ,tt .,,,e,,.,....YJ ,,,GXiX.y:.. : .,'":;1U(")(d.kY''' -'wr r -...:',_',-,,,: :.. ""' I, .. .. C..I1FX =

U;; 6t magazines .at: .tJneraj)4mbl '. School. desk!' and Inks; supplies and I II .. w.. Products: wllli all '

,i' ) r. and ba happy. R. tdaolt.books, at Idner's. :: II I I, Iron Building : 3 Furnitureramwe '' Its wealth of Sr

(3. live! street "roam :AT ': Color the i>rt of I'
Wanted A first-class gardener, : '
t I II CITY PARK ; MARK
I \$ day eVejilpK la the lira thoroughly! competent und reliable: OPPOSITE .I printing: cnnnot' I

'\ "r. afar ItteKtlng of the Wea 4-ddreaa! with raltrencBs elo, p. 0. BICYCLEAND : '

.1ij11{ tn tHud of Trade. All men 1i 'Box' "' 485, West ,Palm Beacli. ,2t eI I : ... do justice The natural colorsdelicate ,shades Ol brown and

t rgan1zablc3n l should ,ben 1 ,
"H t"i "n) r nlnd.SJces, ai' ""I" ," Grnber: on Cle11Btlslv.enue., has been I SPORTING GOODS 1. .... must be seen'' to be: appreciated., It U a Military pioddct, : ,,111 not
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} will be held.' ,al't1i, e greatly, Improved by an Additional'"coal ,. '
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: harbor germs .h'M! ninth nil! not atlst;
,' JM: iyi.1. church tomorrow of paint, and a neat sign baa been \ STORE '.Ij I- '
rzi across : We cordially invite you 19; visit our More and lnofe over
\ d Jevenlng, The subject pr painted the front of the build I I -
(11'ft service will ',be'"Dill.. ing. POWDER West Florida Palm Beach : == our line of ""Bvervtblni-; f.r the II>,in" ." <,. 'M4

.lh V for tliV'evenlng' servlc County Tax Collector T N. tanner Ir Art square 6x9 !8xiu, 9x13. .
111b&i, 3l baa appointed1' his deputy Mr. W.O. Pure :
High jade Bicycles :' Rug* J8x36? 36154. 30x60, 36' 73"Crex"
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beBerry of this and MB KO SUBSTITUTE
wf1h8.rorfng( !( prayer at th'lt'I city Mr. peBer-- .
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made b"II..t l jyid\ nin' "lispus
Furultura is in two
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,;tet, fDt De't.JelldabylhetU / ry went down to Miami the first of the Bicycle Sundries I

:: o'clock, and ser week; enter upon the duties of his I ----, -- -.. ----- .:i :: and style .". ,
" ; l"1r;jkfcarleg] Temple The< new psltlon. The appointment ,will I I Sporting Goods .'.4'.
'Ll' gIve! universal satisfaction over tbe NEW SCHOOL : '
vfUbe, tn place ant : = e
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t $ : ":Hi\.je'wh\ i will tomorrow leave The the I county.Preparations are being made by the,I B\KD() ) MEETS 1 ; i I Fishing AmmunitionNew Tackle ::3 :,,,t iiiIiilil3ipiri 1,, !? .,f\Z '

rtel- Royal PoluctaniOorrow !!>anny Haralson Chapter, U, D. C., to = '('Ifr' ii e'se Jtl'
}' at 10; 30, re send Mr. :J. '',B.. Glenn, on aged Confed" Regular Monthly Session at M jam l Bra and Carrara Paints = I
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"II' ceo erate soldier, tp the State Soldiers'" '. 'Tuesday. New 'members\
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:,. Home In ,Jacksonville It Is hoped by Take Seat. f' Au-p..t.
.}I proofing?{i will stand the ladles'' to be able to .have him Orient Buck B"/lIIM nod l Motor 7 t.t ir
.. ,!better than shingles
placed In the home by the latter part Mncliin' *>N
Instruction of
The Board of Public
ft-liJrIOtey.f: Ask for 0.
II
: of next week, n5-
itl-vPaCatnara Hard Dade county, Flbrlda, ]met in Its roon AI!rut

I ,'), .'i; Sheri! Frohocfc: to who was dele In the court ,house at Miami, Tuesday, K n(tin, \ +lrirtrNnd. 8tH t IClfUl '.V
r gated the matter of aIpoln'tlng a superintendent ...;,'Ilir..... '
; : lea attended the 'flrod'IlY January 3d, with the following :preaen'ti -
of the county prison '
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l. ,. 1 evening, and thijlJnK farm by the county commlalonera at W M. Burdine, EH Sims! J3.W.J "jl..n t _

rl'i ( :it! < ( >Bt enjoyable even their session: yesterday, today appointed Parrlah members of the board, and Z, Arrprutr's.Autvrk'ue. Mnpeit, Wil- e I.
:qemenrbers, of the de
( 1. Pariutvr'Nl'Nrlisiznrt'
to Such position Mr. Goode, who T Merrltt retiring superintendent.am, non &'l'C1C1H1..r'" and
rtcl m,;' oil n$ $CO(; was the amoun
will take charge of the convicts atnoon
"' r llpta{ which la consld It. E. Hall, superintendent 8 cre-
rnptory! \ This will bi? as the transfer can be arranged tary. The board w-as called to order i I
POTTER
'between himself and Mr. John O'Neal,, B. M. I 3.
being raised by Ihi by Z. T": Merritt, to whom were sub M. E. GKUBER ;
the former and retiring superintend.- ,,10I
purchase. of an alarn mltted the commissions of the mem 61'E
ent.-Miami Metropolis / West Palm Beach, : : ; FSorldi _
i: hers ot: the board and of sunerlntend' I .

if.IL nox, who Is to apply to New lot of amblers, the best bl- ent. 1'hei same l bring :found correct. ;:-, .. ;).1 -4 ,i

:..9urt, -at Miami 1 next; week cyrleyat R. B. Porter's Olive street;. permanent organization was perfected : ... AAAAAAAAIAAIAIAAAUAUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAY. ,1. a

jjnto, practice ]law, bas"de- 'lae Miami News of yesterday says: as follows: City -- --. -- ,".
hIs lot in this city. much "The friends of Mr. P. L Fay wll regret On motion of Mr. Parrlsh' seconded
ot his many friends, to learn of his death which oc by Mr. Sims, Mr. 1tv. M. Burdlne' was '

rt IX Is a graduate of the curred vat his home In South Miami elected chairman of Bald board and ItE. Bakery SEABOARD

b'' cut:. of the University o: last night at 8 o'clock. Mr. Fay was a :, Hall hoMing commission as county 1
r ,rd has for several months sufferer from lung'trouble and for two ; superintendent for the ensuing four AIR LINE I3 s IL'\ r .- r,

n; l ,{'law In the office of 'Mrk : weeks past' he has been confined to years
tc': :' Ih: gworth. his home. He came to Miami from said board as provided by law. NOW OPEN'Cakes f fi

11 ji 1urun; jrs desiring loans should Chicago about three years ago and eataljllshed On 'motion It was ordered that the SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMUEN. SOtrtllI t.N I NE271fRAI F.TorI
: RICHMONDWASHINOTON: BAl.riMORfc.
"11or0o1, U] on the Realty Mort the Biscay Abstract Co.,, Board uu. its regular meetings or I j PHILADELPHIA NI5\V YORK 1/1
( 'f':9.:: toy; VveBt Palm BeachFla and< which proved quite profitable. He the second Tuesday In each month. I .i tv,'

fl1J\-1\, ?jFla. ', nOr was a man oni many excellent traits Salary of superintendent(' fixed :', i Two w_ eeaiit: rains Daily

M&i t.ChiHlBBTWorth! ,' ex-mayor o ,character and had many friends at780; per .annum for the next "twc andPastry ''I. i Seaboard Express Seaboard: Hail: '
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azaong our people." year! MOllhKN, PTTIJ.MAN EQUIHMEIsT
k, 9..l, !lot Beach, who was elect .
The minutes of the last meeting were ; ONLY LINE' .>
INllantGrti. [ to the office of justice ore Come to Potter's Flat Iron BiitlMns .
t,polpt ulvlr''k/; ;jthl! district has aasumerjdA"Ubhhdof i and see the new 1905 lines\ : of Cljvi- road and approved. i 'r X11 .
I I his new ounce havinicceailr4l'ht \ laud, Westfleld Imperial and National The financial report of Supt. Mar I _. ; O p6ratltl ? J.) Y Thrijf Yl1gl.1 ';1. r- le.' Fj C'Ut '

. \\ !. H P. Brannlng whc bicycles rltt was read, approved. and 'ordered BestBread I J"-LC1h ; .IlV1 t 1 : TO Jov I : :') .1. ; r -ti. .
j Bled. ; _
('r.Hlnd..7i. \ ;:\the" 1*:;.office very acceptably ChUHngwortli foi There was a large attendance of i iI' Ordered that the chairman and supt. :,'"..", r ,n i f'I', i "d-I 1 "1 "d'"" 1 ."., ," ,11 1 ". .1,1"I ', 'n Nisi t.1 t
Tf.2 ears! vfr. I ,
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'4\tI Odd Fellows at the lodge room on lastThursday purchase suitable desk for the super q h,. i'l o}' ,'ut .
L'n.t :'flLP(Jan ofTloe] for the present .
.:?tild''bpofesr'ootn' \ } of D. W. Fenton & 'I' evening to witness the 1m- !intendent's ofilce.rdered i in: the City !1 < tr t' si ; < ',' .. i,1.! S BOVI r tn( t\

,preuavve\ ceremonies attending the '"- that F. W. }nl1er' salary : 't;. .I ,Y L'", 1"., _" ,-.j.) 'g
u.tf_ ..itelw'f'I / ue"! street stallatlon of "Juicers( recently elected. De Increased to $?G per month for..I ;I ,. -'I, .,,n I' '.la ''ipw.wwra.

wa, ; Hd:t ; wit A piano for three An m'tereatlng program had been prepared transporting pupils to west''. PalmBeaoh I I F. c a/.!. .p'D.;.7 rr\:'aw. I I ._' .... __ .....
bh, j1d.i r ,neud terms to Box! 22aFa1m ; ... j.Lto. -"-" SS.S.'S S S.J -
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for the occasion, but. owing to i from south of said place I I I
sac. .., f a4-3t the sadness ,that had come to Mr. H.: 1 1S. Superintendent; Merritt filed receipts :I ,Prn"rleIO"I" -fl.--. .''
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",Apoa,, isurprise party was glv11iUt' Miller the retiring noble grand,the 'or the $-10 pticed In bis hands to pay : __ __.j.:' I I ." \
is adrevening! at the hoi)e.of The: I "' ''a eY is t
: { services were brief .nd."lIlmplo. 'tir clearing; Lemo: City lot.The I I !
' ,: +,XiIf\l.\ J. C. auther, In honor officers Installed are noblo grand,.A. T. i iI following warrants were ordered L. A. WILLSdNM .' *

f I, Mt s''WaigijerUe" Jarksun of Miami,, 1 I JIOBO; V 0.. E. !{usch l;, F. s., E..C. I >aid: i II ,

p a t'W t' dkuest of their daughter,. : Creech;; R. C.. J. E, Liddy; ; Treasurer, Ell Blpiu, on .$ 7.2T i 11 'ft tAtc d.M % '

d Ig5'UTil: 1! Among' those pnent were :Oeo Wellington: right supporter(( noble}.' Z. 'r. ':VterrHt, bal. salary etc... 37.651 I I I, .. & / a

ee@A 'tf..1"Ierltte Jackson illlleMaJewsKl grand A. U. Sharpe; right supportervice I VMhui Jf" bang, supplies . 1.04 :.Boots anct< ;. 5 ice' yHrpalrnayt ;
;I1 y1per"l;; '1I'e' ; Gertrude grand' J. D. Giddlns; Jeft sup' ruUus Smith, books . . 1.75 :I ,
bwld'y.): ,Schultx, and Mary HolT- i iI r. J.'Hardea overpaid S. F. 8.90 to.,\ II\ : Kpnlof. LcolI.\.4'\: /',. /ih >

;RAri)/ .per\' \!. Bert Hlscooh. Roy I wardenr. ; : 3. M. Graves transporting. 52.08SV. I I Guni I... ?:lt:1Lly' I 1J"ut. i't' '" \ Nftft
kra,;)(! ''';end Gasuliuer Majewslrl, Franklin : . . 22.80(; F -
, .) ) right flcene! supporter, A. "W Hall, expenses: / / .,, Jv\\ / CVv
'LJLIS 'fobert; Baker' Fred Hoffiulhw I left sue supporter, T. M. Scolt, out- j L. ,A. Ogborn, labor .. . 3.75 Indian T'nacd' BncksRin K B9< : %AC W//
t S1 t.rQ ,and Joe Majewskl IlIlde' l1ardlan. F. J. O'Belrne. iV. M. Burdlue sundries . .. 5,75 '

;isvot y ",';orders at The Tropical Paroid Roofing la used by the gorerernent Cbos. Kane &: Co., seals desks 2UJ.70(; din l h01'SGhid( rl Shoes 4 %toi
.. 40.48 c -
: 1'.1. all kinds of engraved C. H. Rauleruon, com fc
.. \, Therefore it must be the
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i |m atatlonery and visiting F. E. C. Hotel Water Co. .. 4.00 FOB TENDER FEBT -
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best Kaet Coast Lumber anft Supply 1 :
Ja4-2w F. W Miller, transporting.... 25.00 Olive S', North ol New Jeff,,:rvnn Bio ,
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left- or iraUi r the ragged Eli Sims, mileage, per diem .. 19.20 &feiiV
'negro man was brought Ladles, visit Carl Bchrebnlck's Ba. S.W.J. Parrish same .. ...... 15.20 sji
hursday evening on train zaar and see >the fine dlaplay of ladle -< V.:: AI. Burdlae. per diem.. ... 2.00 / .. Koimi-. n. uirrMiicX.
i/ ,' laces embroideries, .:A -
furnishings
K'i' unforU sate wan; having fit*. Dallanturg. Janltresa .... 20.04
eta Next: door to Burkhardt's store, CIVIL: ENONgZn
several charges
t elved ,
ClematU avenue Relief'
_"'i' c1oUblebure1ed'shot- Speedy PALM 1.'RACH. FLORIDA *" 'i' 'jf j'* *fr
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||neighborhood tPf Gomez :Much Interest i. (being taken in the A salve that heals without a scar Tri-Weekly Railings BetweenJ.AOKSONVILtE'lt
county."hot outcome of the restraining! order recently Is DeWitt's' Witch'' Hazel Salve. No I
of the
l ; ;ern part were ,plcKed'\ from lBsi1ed''by County Judge ILeyser omedy draws inflammation effects such speedy, soothes relief.cools It FOWLER BROS.. &. KING *' NEW YORK

::$!Ye1Clan: who was callede on the School Board, which wa to ,and heal all cuts, burns' and bruises. Calllnir at Chirltnon: a,:CM both W.T..
(train .reached 'the' city. prevent the sale' of the Palm Beach A sure curd for plies and skin diseases. MACHINE SHOP THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS nf THti COASTWISE SERVICE
.
Hue ,man was fall of lead school lot, The paper are returnable eWitt's i* tae only genuine Witch __

Ixed' ohunks from bead to on January 0th. and the case will hey lazel are Salve.dangerou Beware of Sold counterfeits by A. G. GAS ENGINE/ / REPAIRS A SPECIALTYALL TilE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND HOIT1IEHN :L1NEHDirect

'' '' led' dug stg the: night from therefore be argued ,next Monday In Hegel.; KINDS LATHE and SHAPER WORK Service Bctwnb' i

.' the wooads. and ,wan Ibur- ,Miami. jACSS

,;. The causa of the ahootk ) ,Fish chowder Friday, at Hllller'. I GAS, ENGINE, SUPPLIES .
\learned here\; The Tropical Sun U always on Mlkt BULLETIN FOR SALE 1
e a11MJ.W !:EKLT!: BAILINaii.Southbonnd
F .' pleasaatevents. of the Idner Jfc Son' From Lewis' Wharf, B It.Ob'
OF
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tier reception ,tendered by For,estlmatea on plumbing work calla Ne,,r'Ferry Landlofi; r.ke'; Front Northbound From foot of Catherine Street', Jacksonville

Kennedy, of St. Ann' Hstchett DaCamara Hardware ..' FLORIDA
h > the BARGAINSJust WEST PALM BEACH
,
>ric thurch to the mem- Company.. CLYDE ST: JOHNS RIVER LINE:

choir l.t the priest' home For Sale To n.nt. Bo&rcllJ1*.lI'urnlah.. I Between JaclcBonvllle and1 3anford.Itopplni : ,

renlne. A dinner In seven tt Boom and, Room To. Let card at i for Sale at Falatka.- Astor St. Francis. B r *Iorl'(Detandl) aidlaternediate
*'served br'the'preUt who The,:Tropical, Sun, office. received a large shipmenti Cows Landing a the St. Johns Biver a
agreeable.boW delight i I Rt4.Aomnw."City of' Jacksonville"FredIk'

lining the choir- far fully JUST RECEIVED. Oak Ch ir. to be cold atONE : First-clans' Milch Cows caa be .. "
M V; Ills effortS to *how M* M"of ] DeBary": :- : ,
) valuable ervleer ren. Carload of 'Keystone lime Alpha DOLLAR BACH seen at tbe corner of Evernia' Ari .ptOOi.... to Mil M follaw i->l>aT. JaduoavUI. dally' except Satanlayi at t::10 p 'mBctorslBf "

( .Cbarch the br the choir w 111'! Cement,Georgia and Florid Brlok.s and Sapcrdilto' Street.. Alan a. r lave 1. 5....,..dilly-oxeept Snndari M a:9o.a.m.

plated and, made even tad us before bujlns.. East Coast Lumber Bed Spring, MattrtMes, Cote, outhboand Bahwtiu. Northbound "
anod'Supply Co.Mothent' pair of alee driving horse ,Brad down.i R e affectionate! tie that bind Lavu3 aopna ..... .......... ....JACKSOMVU. ... ... .. .... ........_.&.rrlft 1 oatj a.., s
j heart of his flock. Those Be'Careful1ot 1 Bureaus, Washstands and GEO. B. BAKER. pmArrlvvl ...... ...... ................J-AtATKA.. ... .. .. .... .. ... .... .....,Lea.... .... ,
Mr .. Ai J. Canon,>Mrl.un. Look .. S ..................5 '..................A TOR. ........... .... .. .ptoopw- A
ere ,Y rborough. 'health of your children Table, ". .. ao.na..............................rr.vxAMcia............ ........ ...'..... :: ,
Mis E"fa jut for couahl.coJd..orouP aDd.whooping -. .... .. .....B8KKSFORD (D.LAND)...._.....,..,. ".. : .opmID
thorough, Frank McDonald cougtu Stop them In time One SO.m.. ....... ................... .SANAJRn ........w. ....,.............. .... ,... n
!\,McDonald: Minute Coq .Cure 1* the best rem I II II I II GEO:; HASLEHURST & ,SON w 10 00 .1D;_.. ....._......_... "ENTERPBlS8.-,_ CO.na

ni: .... waeorfB, one and",'two edy. Harmless -and pleasant Sold by I Don't forget the. place* Contractors and Builder I General Passenger and Ticket Office; 122' W. Bay St;, Jacksonville':'

to>$70. ,Madaifor, ee ij>oe. a. O. RUgel' I I p. o. BOX 1''. III. nUlN MONCUII&, "r, .....,tiea" '.... 1D w..t BaT 8..." YiU. na"S.
Camara Hardware s iQomcndl latest eCu. Fhe Exchange Boa '1 Cot<. COOPJ, :&,Jr. ,Prelcb'.A.., c .. ,.', ', O.RWYILLCups..,'
FIne line ; visiting ." Toot or road Str.et. Jaeuenvlna Florida '" \0' %
5.n .' ... O.l"CURaY: ::; : 0"a'1..8.. .YW. Ass, New, .. yo...... CLybli C B1 l4Na ULTJpleAdrpj'1 IIr T'
and'latest flit The Cure ., '
.* at the Ja- card In lotters;' I at the Palma Corner Kodol Dy&aejasla : 'la'JlJtt1 o. }klOka M/L 1' << "
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81'7J' 'Tropical ,Sun' Oalt'and. sad samples. J. e.r.M :oJ inc; Prop.' &*e..*ti what; ,oo sat: ChaMbrough Ballctln 1* SUM street New Turk.; 1

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hJ PARAGRAPHS COU TY FATHERS 99f' t9""1911991994" ;,iifli1199199f" ,;" ,; "it/9th''' : "99199999P9f"" f 99t999191" 4'n''19IiR1,,



PUREIY PERSONA] !!:I COMPLETEVORt if" ( L {-laprris & Epps & Tl e J Fie4ei .117arm e y yjrr

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New Commissioners Make Many Important
People is They Como and Go- == Clematis Avenue and Narcissus Street

People Whom You May. or I Chjjng-e.s County HIGH-C &:DEMen's E speoialties For

P May Not Know. I I Matters. == '
Shoes g: the 1101dQY'[ ',,

.\' Miss Annoy' Canova lias nvturnt I All members of the board of county Furnishings. == Cortes Cigars. $2 box of( 25 ... HutnboU Cijrnrn/ $1 ho\012<:!' ,
from a pleasant visa i with relative commissioners were present at two< te K.iy Weal Smokers $2.23 box of$0
::::: and other brand too nmnerou to ndentlonSH
in St. Augustine -"- id .
r o'clock Tuesday. afternoon when thee ','
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Minaret Among Cottage the KUOHIH this! week al the Are popular Mr.an board convened, after the recess. Sole Agents for this City;;' for the following- 3C Cut from Qtaas 75 cent and to Fancy$8.00 Holiday Perfume n< "

On motion It was ordered that the 3 :: The Famous .Olbaon t Box Stationery j jfc 5*V }
; Ill. Lines of flerchandise :
\ l Ic Mrs. J. H. Miller- of qnhicy.. Strong
,r clerk' be required to prepare a statement : Otner Fancy Stationary, tgc to $1.50 ,
Mr. E. C. Dea.rlu>rtl.uut1'!/! elerl. of the l1nancesf and to .
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!ounty
PR'I3Sc: 'Y
bas securedthe, \ rvlcwi' ,, or Mr. J&Ii. P A. G. ,RIEGEL ::. .w.'lCI i'
present it to the board at Its next regular -
Shoes for MenThe -
r Pharigo of KJsamm! aa,one his aoJ- meeting. Uraduat. New York College Vh.rnmc,,

w Blatant Clerks. ".ibml I Record. I The petition of C. N. Newcomb for JUmm d11JI11UU1J11111 I11IIIIIJI1111lIIIIIIIal411116dllllrl l JU
Dr. lend Mr. Hoclu:\ an-d MillS Hooker permission to catch a manatee from Ullni8tf'''l' gibe. $5.00 and 6.00 .

who ,havo for several week been ake Worth for the purpose of, tree The""CroHsett' l yhoe3, $4 and $5 teottokotaotaotlo7aolaoblollulloiaoiaoDaoiaallotaoxota oDaotaolaon

n guests at 'l'hePalms. returned WeOlnet exhibition was granted with the provision The "Ilatniltdii gruwh"t9hoe::; $2 to $4
4' day to their home in New York Ctr.;, I that the manatee Is to be returned aB. M'GINLErrn

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. flerndoh. ofBaltliuorw io the lake next spring.
+ i'' who have ben guests of Mr. Applicationtfvaa made by the several Shoes for Women

and Mrs. E. W. BurUbojiler, at The I newspapers of the county to be ..y DireE '

J, Bungalow for several vr<.>flk5Seft* Wed made official organ of the county, In The "LI1FrttDI:"" :S!h'I&, f.f.OO I Funeral -
? neaday Tor their. home'. '* which all legal matters relating! to the The 1'etera" r\bcJ e. $2.I0 anti |3.50 x al

Among, the prumJttent! ( : gru'3t now county affairs are to be published.On o It th

t being entertained at Jh6. Virginia are motion of Commissioner Johns """- i '
+ P' Mr. and,Mrs. Howar' Saumjersuu, of she South fluiJda: Record wag designated AND' .E1VIeAu1VIE : atteo

Milwaukee, Win.. Ss\nu-t"Tt-ilrJ find. as the official organ publication! ffawe flats: r 'Tllnlt 1 1fst
a.-ters. Hamilton (X 'and lira: C.: A. to be made at legal rates. Jffoved to (Jornar of of

Marcrum, of New YorkThejr: expect M. O. Mlshlef was appointed englneer !- 2o t
I I hI
Mteefcav'in! 'the ell of the county road roller and hIs Cluett bitttsI @t::! .t' 1\/ a at
: to spend several eZom tIs tJ..f'OO.1 a.r01.D.H4e.; III
salary placed 'three dollars per day I '
& Mr. and J.r- \V.: w.laug'hl: n leave It fCompajJw.
1t I -' (
i West ,while actively engaged.J. o n..t as .l\h..dt. u G....." v
their f Pm"
t
c' today ;or borne a
It.
F. Hinton as bridge tender and .slit
i' .... Beach Jter'spendlnpt several inoathi ( at Home
)\ar are
a. A Hay as janitor of the court house = : ntrnt.errrnlYntrnrornrororeleolororoNOaeoroKaw, : baiT "
4 In the Ancient City._ JMrj'la,M.ughHn; lea 1 : were re-appointed. $ \\A Every: Household .-.__ )rove '
employ
well-known archltept the! ;
L I The appointment of a bridge tender nI
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a ofIcOlir're: &: McDonald, and while< ""- :
a at New River was placed in the hands d 'Palms
!here was at work In Mrd.McGulre'i I of Chairman Wlnfleld. sock Wet Palm. Beach, Fla. Inet
office. Formerly he wan .a resident of }h y yl
O. O. Butler county assesor, was $ 5
ails city.-St. Augustine Record. I sold i/ I
authorized to purchase a township to
map for use in his office.
PLEASANT RECEPTION. Chairman Wlnfleld was directed to ._.._ .. _._ BROADSIwtlea.ead
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... The most Important! society vent notify.GrI fflng Brothers to have a safe Dear Sin .
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p I of the week was the reception In honor bridge built across the ditch they dug P i1, aaee.s Mr..So 4 & OJ

5>f Mr. and Mrs. Harry.I* Brown.Wed north The of Miami Little Telephone River. Campans. THE MODEL PHARMACY ec w. Gillette

nesday evening by Mrs.. F B. Everett granted the use of the public road from i Safety Razor V

I rr and hire N. Uuni'aaru, at the pretty
home of the latter ou Narcissus erecting poles and stringing telephone h..l.Iwnapb.td. Wa.ulf. Tk.an., 1 e
Entering ** tVCj Uaunr to 54 Ywr by
Street.i.c wires. The permission Is granted on the new year we .. Oad It bn.t.ehakw.d..lllaodt.d DEALERS IN
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Brown blndf! a tliia a*p p r,tuapue.d adY
Unfortunately Mr. was unable condition that the poles erected be rl.v ban tun d by oar praow..o that
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M"' to leave his duties in St. Augus- good and solid and that they be placedon Mean to do our best U tee tattiM,,,. F..h rflnmond blado duet..r*to s toathirty anal.

tine, and consequently the multitude the east side of the road. bladt parent parked utdnvkled aea .dine.. da. ;DruSD,
i of expressions of regret over their The following resolution was passed: \Ja all occasions,to keep on h4rtf; 1.U el from cb*footorr bowlng theta
leave-taking of West Palm Beach were "Resolved That the convict farm be d tobueuw Alwss.raafrtotrr- BCLyTCI71CSt

directed to :Mrs. Brown, who modestly placed under the charge of the sheriff Due supply of Perfumes, Soaps No Stropping
yet gracefully received many compli of the county he to have charge or IlonlnjJ ,
Tim aa.cSgutrou.wn1.eranI.
8 ments. The affair was one of the ot the convicts with power to employa tlcu de Cologne and other articles !;V .a. yoanwie.atnootB,dollghtfulbant J5ta.t oncr!!
a a Olilrte. fan rot r..ta
pettiest end most elaborate ever glv- superintendent of the same at his When .on liar,naed rob of ibad ancl
"'I. en in this city and yet the air of in- own expense the board having the Likely to please our customers: r !It'i!: .*_will until ewe dalt.yon>t>lx rotnuu, n.w.pledMI..M an4w ::. .
formality pervaded the parlors and I right to hire out and employ the con- .ab"a.. at no eat to f_oa, J
to reel l welcome. seem best. As Peep I I Twelve.dditlostlblades oaleuA rfl anoU' QW OOc.. r
caused every one victs as to them may in on our new'and en. ;; Onll ud namlnn tha OUI_ ,;;)
The punch bowl wad very gracefully compensation said sheriff to receive j ; It"sin> cost rOD nothing to ua la. "

IJ presided over by Miss: Lei!'" Anthony silo( per month and forty cents per day Handsome display of BATH- QM or.t':7. : -..-...... ,. ....., .'.... ..,..-.. ". I,
who dispensed delicious fruit for the board of each convict and that ;,,..;
t 1', punch In her usual happy manner.wtth sheriff be empowered to employ necessary Accessories: & see what adds S ,
i "A Happy New Year: ; and a very guards for convicts same to be
;1 kind expression for every one who tarried paid for by county." Real comfort to lavatories

: I. a moment. Dainty refreshments The board then proceeded to makeup \
1 were wrved by the hosfess and her a list of names from the reglstra- Mixing Drugs is Scientifically dome:
I Solicit "Olltpoinciana
1t J corps of assistants, and. a very pleasant Jon books from which to draw Jurorsto
.' I ev.'ning passed all/ too quickly. serve during current year, an ro- At our Store where delicious Ice # Trade In I

Those present besides the guest of quIred by section 34cbapter 4132 haws CREAM '
J t from Famous
BUT
( M. Oruber, : voted MORE
) \ honor were Mr. and Mrs. of Florida. Commissioner So veil .
.tt First
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\I\: ', :Mr. and !Mrs. J. R Beach, ,Mr. and against this action and revised to You
have
\ served
Mrs G C. Matthinus.: : !Mr and Mrs. participate in the preparation and may to,yc u

WIT. PaCamara. Dr. and Mrs. E. T. drawing of this list on tie r round -
r Moore Mr. and Mrs. ''If. ('. Armstrong. hat he had already participated! In a
,4 Jr., Mr. and Mrs. A, P.nthuy.,. Mr drawing ot the names. ::;. --- + ++
: and Mrs. Chits. B. Kendall Mr. and The resignation of T. N. iKntier IU \ -

t Mrs. S. Bobo Dean Mr. and Mrs.: member of board county bond trustees GrOCOflmr'Promptdelivllry

j. Joel A. Dean Mr. and Mrs. J. was tendered and accepted i
Crotchfleld Mr. and Mrs. H. L. E'I Accounts were then audited and

f ller. Dr. and Mrs. A. G. Kiegel warrants ordered drawn and the boarddjourned Palm Reach 01 West Palm Beach. Price* tit

i and Mrs. L deGottrau. Rev. and Mrs. to meet on Tuesday, )"&b- eanie aa all other F RSr-c :ASS GROCERS
r J J. Vaulx, Mr. and Mrs. A. R.Beau- uary 7th. Miami Record.
jon Mrs. F. B. Everett. the Misses $S2OOO
i f Vaulx Miss Lamping MIss L. Illndry, "Sermon by the DerlL" Bee (tread -

d Mrs. R. E. CrutchfieM Miss Lindley It. At Idner-s.

:Mrs. W. P. Hatchett. Miss EIHoU.MI

1 LaJnb.nrt.188: \ Anthony, Mrs. Oeo. _.
W. Potter and Judge Lewis A. J. 1- --- Worth Af

I. Lewis, Dr. R. H. :Macy.Messrs.. A. M. ,
+ Whitman George \V. Bacon Henry rWhy NotEat

C Pettit, Geo. W. Wooi.: J. R. Anthony Fire.Insurance

i ?; Jr.. O G Strohm amffl.. P. Moumley.v .

Pound! a Cure for Indigestion.Ij OptimUS Shoes INSURE IN BEST COMPANIES
p rise Chamberlains: Stomach and
5> Ji LIer Tablets for Indigestion and find \ SHORT TERM INSURANCE ON MERCANTILE STOCKS]

that they suit my case better than any Faber' Bros'BREAD A SPECIALTY,
dyspepsia remedy I have ever tried
and t have-used different reme i Just '
many ReeeiVedConsisting Note "
their
1 assets: _
.'; dies. I am nearly fifty-one years of f I

i, ,, age and have suffered 6 great deal ? ,$,1 Assurance Company of America .....,......1.. ..............|. 1,186,099
j4 ,from Indigestion. I can eat almast \' British-American
anything I want now. Geo. W. Em- : of Black, Patent Colt Vici's of Toronto (American u'sseta) 1,427,303

ory. Rock Mills, Ala. For sale by..all lf rVf .i Continental of New York.,..................?;..._?......:..... 14,192,175 ,

druggists and medicine dealers. 'Its quality is guar Kangaroos.Neubian. talfinHigh: Top I Firemen' Fund ot San Francisco......:;...........::... 5,858,8'JO !

rt Samson windmill make you Inde- anteed. .,' German-American of'New York......_........;! .J.!.....;.... 13,074,808:

4 jxwtent sleep.of weather.Fee ample They Jn our work window.while Baked fresh every:day ... -. -and. -- Oxfords. ._ :.:. ,".. A Gompleto.lineof Norwich New York Union Dnderwrit of.England re..........................,......._....--. ,1"4,516,861
.y you American
Asset.
4-3.631,439
F ....
,J Hatchett-DaCamara We have a special price Hardware for 30 Co.days. Delivered promptly atyourhouse' Tan Shoes of high and Low Pbiladefphia, ItndE'rwitl'r .....................,?...?r......... 17,624.l 67 I

i ,. \ < ./ ', t. "I < >Cuf.in r:Bals Blucer Saint Paul, of St. Paul/ l, Minnesota.........:.._.::_....... a.7oorw
"I.
t Mr. Win. S. Crane of "'California.JId. $ and Springfieldof, Mal'88'! b u8ett .........,.."?.,.:;:._._...-. '6,282,402LUMBER
rheumatism
from
suffered for years : ":' )
'3 r and lumbago.' He'was finally advised #?':. It.Ct&1..xth/ ,Button Styles': WALLACE K.-"MOSES
to try Uaambertaln's Pain Balm. CLEMATIS
is f 1 AVENUB WEST PALM FLORID A
which he did'and It effected a complete ..... ,' ,BBACH
,, rure. This liniment I..* tor sale by The Prices from $3.50 0"
't%
up + "
4T2I
71'ti
all| druggist and medicine .dealers. TRY ITFaber 9/Nll+el/

4 When you buy bread why not have \ EAST C0:3j'c -
; 1i the best! The splendid reputation t ," .' ., '
MaJewshJ'g bread Is making for itself '
5 1' Ja due to the care taken la baking It X SUPPLY COMPAN
r $' is always the best; its quality can not
,P be excelled. Try It. -SCHNEID MAN
Bros. Wu.fac&urennd Dealers In Lumber n.Udtaj a&'lal'
!s :K R. B. Porter. Olive street employ Everything to Constrnef'a House
K r only' expert labor. .Bicycle repairing. 15,105. La... wad O.r.or. ........ and : .
In all its branches.r ClematU Avenue 01_ Rooa.r Taru.d Work and .ahe.I.ara.s... .,. .Pwpep.,H.11t eatywlt.wash IValb. Uo.re wed H.r.; Bilwd..........P. w

r floats and Groceries West,fain Beech earl MI.i' r l week. floor. wad WI..... .and. 4.abl.et' "
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rI The Mortgage Company .
t Realty lie# r, 1'**.* and. w.....!tEm.r*
I t ; West Palm Beach. Fla.. baa aa abandjanee ,. .. ,- Prices !Are Not Always The
ql of fund to loan farmer n9tf I ... Lowest But Stock I Is Always The
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* THE FLiORIDA UTNION. Heporl of the Co' *A &JI J JJwJL..L/ 1 -lJV/ i* anld I m mi111131 ration upon thle Pub a- I'?. f Io'r,.-O.Kt H -.^- i-^--,, ;" [ T""^ ^ ^ iT.* ."t -_-___
.. o lie La nd s. -b, t u,v i rni v r,.r,n .,>r .u =' ^ :- 7_ --^ =." ,^ f m i~b. .--b- the -.iapport ol nam crous L E G A L ,,- .. 1 .. -. .. .... -- H OTI l ,, .. .. .
T'u: Tat ^^ ^ ^ ^'^*-W**"^U^o^I I^e e^ Iued,.,m ]Q In.,ri.- ..... J1,.I iH 1-" "*" i,t r- | L.I. %t (h, ,,....iu -. 'LlSa 1"0 ur.Hda ev riery t dlur J iva~ n oeg vlb .. ,- Iuc U4 00CO repor :. -umi ,antt foee jut 11.1t.r iIP r '; "nr.--EG L.
.,' ,-) r ;- Orant.locatela~erapproruT{ : -7; := :='" -.. } ",:,:=,: i: t:'.-.. '-*-' tbeT we..? aearl," ait' oeD~twt. JAc.S.vim.:, FIA.. 1 and related, bemefarir hal~ tbrongiaout wlit
-nrD K- stu i n,.- ,.,t' Lai ,.t, ,ini) Im m i'ratoa, as re:- ,:,r ihe lanj- [,:,hh. -.iu,-, ;,mi,..-- :,l..,. ',* .; -:.- '; ; "-. 1 ir, r i ,'.' '5t'1 'viM ". inns that had 10 ........ ...... ...- entirely new ~m l~riin ,plsnow ,open, fortier~ec p-
ThWl.Y PORZD UoS, $..pe aunna, ier l'or t,, ,.,: l "".oIth'.tte intr,.:ted 10 Leaving a talanee of In. 1s. rend --- '^ :.. ".. ^ -'- uru' he.r,;: kon nie d two ndreda m To;~onrnO~~a ^ c a'riBAlt ^u^ "w"^/
Ml~Allii~rpllon cash, tn advance, the eharsIe of tlie Trustees of the Inter- approved to the State of, acres, ..... 446,115.48 ... __ .S h t, konadctldiohnrdJcm]SlDr~G^~~al^--- ---....:....--'_:
8u~fcri^^ cpnt Faundarrangments;1h The former S purveyor General, F. W. _P ee I. A. 1
FODAutn TROom, Iiio e h veT t ~he r a p a ftsdeiernoon byna_ Ia Qmprotemen Fund.e b.y ipri .-. ';- jUL ....I v q it

nrlrT i Weoster, in his' report of December 31, _o-_.-- .-' -:-.--* -:-..-..-'1* 1 I .2 '='ta- tl- i;, ttiii. west and -,i 'S~Mea? had ythsitreei. aogl.'n~ly j.
t: rle r In order to give view of the past and 1869,statd the amount of Internal Is ^- ^^ ....^ -., ., ... .. t,.. . been eien hamled. ,- .I I BI'"E ---- ,l; ~t. nt.^
;* TBilfS O?'ADyERM~StG: present conditionof th~e lands that should provement Lands approved to the State,o -:- \) =', ". =-- "-::--:3.x'. :._ ,_'-. I% M ost of thre concess;,,,..- ^,J n ltier- i _TONE A,l .f~PFr~- ate neetd
sloLf A L.d bag's bulldg, Bay ar~t.~.=pal")oot

uleun tl^nsertlouOnedo0lr'erlne l^slsrln; cm ee ~ as full as possible, a large amount of at 450,823.83 acres, but though this is g, r= -.- -. --L .. ........t...sso.........n. ni '" f t--" lllB.Byree.'up ia bppo="
gaON No'rlc^N sc^S cents> alue (Bereier) each ealculatian of conirse has been necessarynarycoret te curteaoutasas ^ = .^ r1 |driag ad.- .il,;. t-a.lh Un? Bo, a: '.P1 1!! -, ILN CMR,,
Ji~meion. ,.,, certained by a careful summino, is a ^,3-= .. -.'" -'2-..,:.'-':-,. ,. ,,-':" i'.i '-. n ate r,.-n,:,irdn,-, tracts wvet, more t'oluable, } $A Iil. FAlltIfANI S .... Has >;u.e.ti v., ,.o 10 .tj i iao.a's duly appoiioted.
Sptiui-NOticjia, 10cents a lie (Nonpareil) each whichhas so delayed the preparation that ab v stte, 446.na1154- a ere" ?"i ^* -* = *=.' = -^ .. ...... =n i>*rr .... ,.-~r.-i :.a-.,, sa -i a tn i ,* -~i
;er lo ' r- .* a o e s t t d 4 1 8 a r s 'f ' . . .. ; -. -. z -, :' I -- .- -. u p o n c o m p le t io n o f c o n i -u 'a c i m a d e 't h an N OT(_>T IPBL I p iOr Dr r rV ALrC OPI >T N T V .M ri s i r o f
.Imse~~~~~lon. ~~ rni loat A,- "e a. .. ... ppr -.- eeth h l ,ei-:


lierl scountwil be allowed on adverti- I found it impossible to finish this portion SCHOOL i,-JDsAC
ent= *tadla o^emonlt or over.n of the reporting time to publish r at the
le `4 ".. I.. "3n t ; In I 'S -- i Th a fi ll
T h e. Wh Iw ., m l l m n Y F L R I A "xO N $ 2 .- 0 1][ t ilel t l K E . i n- "1't.) .t T T D LEN.



.1 bualnesl communications should be address- tnre, as is required of, the report of tie granted under a general law, bestowing M. A: i '-, fire U0ICEOFTBE PEACE. NOTARYiPULIC-- w "
wdtoPubli.sheiraFlorlda"Union, Jacksonville Fl th c r of,. tixt eenth secotion in entre Towovship .- -. :1o -- .. late ii: ...th Sta:.o.. acnre :o, m.de. t446,t.he J "0ITt STATE4 Ckn.ownMhaeIlOi.tPw. "n. '..-' .F. U-I %.TUDiC'
RATESOF LKOALADt"EnTIKSEMENTS. Commissioner of Immigration. :o:-:o -- ... - =1-.'= S n-., i; .11 .l rc po.Pvl ce L,, h- .lck K -u t^^fai .e,S^. -..,.
Notlkeof Ap4l0, tolo n rr L..ttprsof Ad- Upon the prochbnation of the adoption Fur the support of schools ine that Town- a i-,- d 5 toythe ,..,,6 .,.-.,, o-.,.nif.-ti ail. niover F tren's Bank... .-'
ri. ship, which ensure to thebenefitof-schooes 5 be .; !' '-r- ~" ', v r-- i- .\... necoini-,:ed wi3h > I.;3Zr :lne I;, e1-1uie :sa-nd' h*ad .
nmnnnr'nun uI "ir, e .t .. ........... $o.w (f the cmnsftia~ ofidl-n amendlments, whliirh -T 1. 3 ^ -' ^ I;1 t r W Sl* ** '" -.^ *ltt k) or3 \i I'n-.'iL l''> u-in| JciMr \na1liil Wii-nl nii i-'2irr !~[ ne11 T~ ~ xa.aB nl fOrN K aB
..Nothi-e of Appointment a Admnlulstr-.- 01 rn osiitoa m n m ns HC i m daey u o h uvy o u ;: .-.. =- -y : '^ aena cl.td., i o t'i hmd i~ wei'e^narmlei.^ assit .= *" P"1111""1 ......1!. ..... -i ^^ _. S .S ."^'
tor"^.^eebtos ndrmose ..... : .. .......:.... consolidated the twvo offices of Surveyor- To'nship. The precise quantity, there- ' 7! ^ -'. : : : : "l ^ \^^'K^ ^^-" C .GABL,- ^Sr^:.*
Natle~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~I orde Debor give ardtr 8veees of the pas and. ...-I




Notic -^ efol c^r dmisa 6moths..... 60 Gen:l "odClnfissioer of hnmigra- foe is constnl vaying, bui the lj'c "" : : ,i :,-! ,,,,ompeti ns for the onn,,d ^trat, and..ICo GP A 1ACE NOA"Y r LC!!l. "_- '** ^.ur Prp^,
e ebo citrged according to the space they occupy, tion. and took eect May 15, 1871. having ."nu b er o nsn o s y es 5" I d : : i :a .. -- Z e plon of the acmunt ofre IUtTrna o T Ad N TB ---- 9 w -. ...U. been _..-.. .*
"-~ ThER M~a~tcS an~ vrleetwl OF ADVERTISING present Condition of the lands -s t-shwrat sehtou.ld. provem ................................... ....,
tinlated~~~A06 Of 1,000 which'-'-- in noter farY ATLAon. th 1"21c", e ",r,=I ..




One dollar perof in sertionsr enuedS, T a r United by your Eac silency been appointed Corn- atr d th. secresg, utn aver- this is .the trct sog rule, and pa-sed to-the, /IHLAND PofK irOrL
Stts flla dedrtisements r fxd cor nisoe <> of" Lands and Immigration, I age area of' one square nmle we have 640.-, 2- .'"i... '"; i g^.^ |otatr onS as0 tlhe -'ik i^n-,r, ... 1.- COMSSOE OF t:ESO TtKEE Y;h.,t
perquare(ofAeIghtllnesnonparleltype) eachIn- assmedthc duties of the joint office and 000 acreslas tee amounteof a cc Sool Lands." as =. |: :;i ed, ]andWere contrad tl to, .e conveyed' OfficeonPlnpStr~e(near~ay,3f'cksoavllht-,Fla. i ". :
sertion. The act entitled "An Act to provide for "i .-: i-- -'r, -.. 5& 5 s i-u ,vs. tLas -urrtli m scia nb) estma-UVo.9 m, NI.\. HOUTSE, trc VaIuai:.ll.eTT -O,\
the publication of the laws and official legal ad- colnm enced m y w ork. The ex aict am ount is 70469.o 1a.^i fc res, g z :.. -.=.=,- .:;.-. -:-. -* ; a low suc rtc v sc nbe ti t- no 9 m. uu i, IM M ..,I. I.- '>
t Le NdTs Eps Cd ytL eil tre aggregate sales to January 1, 1873,, 108,- ia s.: ,--:.. ....=-= so .....i- ROOtS; a
Insertion.. ... ov stte 44611548 acres.fao~t cadno tbeg i~ n : TR PUBLIC.. ..............




dremeI, p aed by the Legisatur e o found the afais of the oice in C77.34 ace; balance itsold, 59G,014.87. i b to fi ts grt|n K7,A 7 t whole
liberal TOcnt will belhel allow- on adetse-pSHOLLNS




rates of compensateou for publishing oviecial and somewhat coufuscd and unsatisfactory t" N3 1 1 -3 a lo u p c.
leg f! advert ilsem cents, shall be the same as that ool 8EMINA Y LANDs" i thi as i laed t acts, C III--. I adovg'ue.t
now pidfr h official aldverlsementls of tllm situation, so that an accurate knowledge Te"r Seminay Lands" consist of hands .Nearly all of thec grants or concessions To thvef Florld hn-000 ,, DHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Offlice corner of Has .-;,,t /?.... with. Hot ,nr.i (,,.d ,rat-r ...,n
Parties sending advertisements Imstspeify the of te exact condition of the Public granted by the general government for of land made by ti formri-trustces were To Pease Creek I. L o the n Sae eah'aloor.
All o Insertios c unicdatins ehold a Lanbhe could oaly be attained by several the special support ot tw seminaries in grants made directly oN OT,:,,, i, aid I Comp a 130, .. Dec. 1:!y .. ,





od- to monhos Flriaof Uni, predecessor East and uwcst Floridat respectively, of the construction of ixilr,,,.dt, st,i, with TowTscoat Cou, 1t0h0 Wi" ..... U NI STATES BI AE
formoa to., support of6 scol in,, that Ton 0 R to the"




N otic amounttins approved to the Statc the exception oof assistAd..,. Upo,,I,.', the T1roa theomOnTo Rail- W ,, -. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and resl- BowiNG., Lt.
Sro paOt Foa PUBLCT1ON OF OI.TICAL .had reoved ,h'on the State, making it for binary purposes is 85,714.0's acres. Indian River Canal, the caring of the hrTo .. \. 1dncrn are ta ......
ND LEG^t ADV ERTISEMENTS IN TnE SEVERAL JU- im possible for m e to avail m yself of hlis U nder existing laws, the control and obstructions of the O. kl.,vl.,wi. River. and To the GrIea,5 uiti- N opposite the Presbyterlan. ..Chrch, J^ ^ACK O I'L.Arl -t y .. and LIVLoK YST4'&L-EK--'
DIlLCRC ISO HI T IE ...... I dekwti li- h ....





NoTlt@lof tmentast 1,, i rnsetr a familiarity withe business the office, disposition of the School and Seminary concessions to ,cssrs.Htnliand ,A,., ern Raihay ...... 4,000,000 .. .. "..... .d t
etn te an y tao ^ In this emergency I had the good fortune lands is intrusted to tvh e State "Board of comparatively H.tti 'ttento. ha cr 7,507,000 acres. .aLNION tOl^E.
_Stateodesignaeon 'mofrte newspetrs t s e te c a -star. Education composed of the Superintend- been given to drainage. 0 v It io or thte olieds, upofailra JUSTICEOFS Tit-A LCIN, REAR-
ant of Public Instruction, the Secretary of ocut ypo, the accession atf. tece .preseM, h of the conditions, arc liable, t revert in: to i 8 1869-1
a: h. u n n eahler of tein Circuit, nd all bA Curler, who in previous years has !ong State, and tie Attor0chy-General, and the tue the'y, in view ot tlh'fact that the whole orin part to the fund, but the above ""Now Oper





-~ CD- follwn the thle rule, lnd paaser ofte icutantll.





.t L-gat0Notice-; advt.,isements, relating to the l)ecn connected with Ihe StateLand office, nroceds of sone are devoted exclusively to -ct of Congress bestowingthc swamp and figures showing nearly SAtEe...Sapiont *' A. I' WK1EFIELD, M. 1. Til tOTEL, r.o...,raiHT knonh toall Irai-cllev
said (J'rculo ngr ur, ar 1.1 any County or Probate P f .t of t ea work \v v-ar, lsa iuted td oni &.
(.'onrtwithin |h,-. _ail oroUlt, and allLegal Notl- and whose character for integrity aud educational purposes. To save theo De- ,,v..l'," ., 1.. 1 .... iF *I..".., t, I. !l"[''' that lands "eonveyecd or ,.,in ,.h-t,,1 to be cona- JACKSPO.VIIJA, FLA. Jii.h,. n,(',, iiiinvi mil,- al~re J.,ris,,nillle, at
c ud, or any dli.rlptliii, required by law to 1ho ,.* ; p rt et o duito h e pne o t0l'^ 0 o 'hi "ic "ud bed vd ovro s .ui *rcroaio s O c.ndrsdne onro auaadA am .i-? l"..' i. ~pl~,u' u\hi
p;. b:tllshed by any person or persons, and all No- competenc.y is well known to. all ,who I'u t entiot Edca iirm n-mn theot expes f telrcleusivotthoracso~ ])\ 1d11 v.e: ".s ra tor lliol c, .coprtonsh-ci- Olc alnd reine corvrer of str n Aa~ reets., tul .,ur s~i~rl .1.1,-': he nrlcn, tinh.purSiaihli
.m p ande caer hireteeent aofn em u Shri-s vote exallv,] othe .av, ,ri, ,pn....- sot far 'ffiS fntm ,*u "~ 'dl i ^ 8 m u --,nli i ir thi co ll n(( strueti-on ol" ,11n.' ^.m.. ,vorKs.of t et. "WC Hon :-o 3 TO 4 P. .lc.hurii~i W.utri. I ...,,, tt-lg finest i. thepiatue <,r
SCOUnty officers, I of all countiea wthn nthea Circuite have.had Utalings ofth the office in time iats by which applications for School and n"eessar, an" in ( il,.i ,t;..,' of the ad- internal improvcmei. Y noyll3m o a t. -nd
hu be pubished.In tbd O1tlcla11aper1o1 the.lr(- gone by.. I -hii;e found the close clerical Seminary Lands arc ,2 made through the wucemen nearly to com]etion of the We are ontowrnle to ascertain nearly tits uh na'"een 'rhan
8BC. II. It shall be the duty of the publisher of knowledge andhabits of" r. Cole and State Land office, )u- "ll deeds of: these ot'IS works ot intern-l improvement anton lthds i. ,,, ,in;i: to theit'un1 so H.GmOBINSON. m....oui bathing .,us'aIn large nmg bath .
each tlaper so p signated, to- puh lsh all NotiLes Fa adre e ute W OLESALE AsD RETAIL DRUGtIST. Ja ,uay1- 18U2,1lrd '0. In I-npth. vi.altors will fbnd :
,nd Avenborteeed tha his pt.rftct fiadiliart with t1 records, lands ahe te h K 445 the=i tteir 1)rgel t y w o orn fare
date eredinadao d d dn sd tion and preparation of needs onstituts tion. improvement lands unsold,..... 219,958 lll,'*,, d-Ey D-. CA L.J.y l
rte ates of compensation for pbelpis hin oficaid pand 2z. sTar t, Soaur,,nern In-n otlo h8.J
Accordingl theyse wei'e unsaiposedr to 1on It a1.-ltK.,n-~- T*4aladr.,m a' :-






leapars for the Ofmental and Logal Advertisements vora to put the aftairs of the office thor- tie only-'onnectNion had with this Depart- side0. w0,fithr mr the oopijsitionse nJ.den ,D. pow shall b o the same as that paid to the State official o t ht an \n o. mcnt k h S Lands" conis of landDedsct total amount of abovecou-






Partie se[. No Leral Notices or Advert sments rihe vietl of tthe chool- and of3tnntin .ry rat to the reclamation fof inundoftd "lsan made t.. The Pr:pBANr finding were To Po h&s di
numberce~to ............... Insertions reurdfn "e'"srt Lad couldE oAnlyA K$ "e attain,- by.t sevra nthe special su,.ppv-ort otr twrin re:,omisia e irci ad I.Cm ay .... E 4
Me .n m-i it)U, maTog then ,:eon hudre
n I. atar t, psao ove thieac s halm e. ofldo ae T e frtrpats fs~ln h d ad hrtr ls ih" lus the onstructi~ o f)masad ofAo alrc il ean f...I20882ars :UIN]" R TE (UIY0 U'L I WithfLr[ ]*(r[us!~)ru~t][ddkl
.-. nyrrcorfl..,ulesteaeshtl"epb-prIa-, of (redit, labior. y predeessfor Ensall- rairods Westctng Florid respectiveny.SeabtCo...12,00J NBE














. -; ., Ofllclal Pap,:r of tb-..Clrcult, lnwhc teal d menis due, many of whichh notes are un- Aanndf einr .n l'cclanatiion of ovelo. ,ads mee. th Itcheds'o Ihe and pae ,*sgnt~ as aforesaid aoft flfteen ,ydtio<.'.rsln. thehicBuslinessanagdhe iFl.u.rcetoua.F Tn-e hrvesio tl pulic Witaaned-toirrotidly on i t
T e amount tho u a proe State -1e eh e To the ] iaoltn d. 11 prlen c of fa i ten ye -war In tlu ess, he- Fl-,t.r Te h, -- situated f iroSUly on tan
.... now In force, oriyhlc.hmay. be. hereafter passed, paid and uncollecitable, and for prbvious .a ns A t ffprvd St a cr e s .:5,113, *be rfi'lv np i"*, -h .....e .s ii... cisulib ..|. 11.. 1.11,= ..:l lan veven! ubihe, h w eh nyanThindan Rver C,,,., whic had. ah, ., [o:,n iiil^ftl, ,,,,,|h ,nd bay1-.t~hmefb owyw
requirmes Ithe pbAtbeneoo at adver- receipts in advance of funds on deposit to sold up to Jan'y 1,187, 4,9.. creating the trust and ctanstituting the approved, nd underr their contract with the CashaivancDsong~odem of th,. finet v-^tablv Gardens In the Unite
Tionhall be ma'.lu a fflclalaper, ^esgae the.credit of purchasers, hlrge and s tall, Leaving an amount not trustees, as a proper object of thae trust, trustees, Messrs. Swarm nnd Wiliams have MOeHABGEI.oK STOn:O...nwfulafi gtbe,, l kind
seece upad FOR TH PULIATO 000 FFIC. .hs nakovlbDe,0 f71 t" To H. L.~ Hart, S14 opposit plhoe Prestheorha.orhood
.4N afoesal,. ADETSEET IN T EEA -Ipsil o oaalmsl fhs Udlsoer exitin lawrs, t... control and. obtutioso f whihe 0 ,IFd, .I. Rsivtn er wand Tov the GAeANath %L:l h ,omotal oefr _







,1"Se'c.t IV.or'hraiin pas^' jhall take effect from and afterAna atoptsf have all contributed, to embarrass and con- Semlurrngyarvla'nd~endngSld NodU- a nd the ahct to anu. anssintanoceewas linT% weetduwrso ,9,0 ce.TeeJcsilledut cn ieapoe~tu d= De. __ r...... t.....m_ e wMir lual ',.:nva nI Set.imoi.brhit'
DaconAte CIRCUIntS And THI STAcTEbs of tths afi, dusi of records.'. tot Mear Hu 6o4 dii w allway, .. as-,000,0
Iv id They are ^'by rdpewlid. to "ne,, 7 .... 3358.81for $1002.26 $4,000 and 4,000 acres ofohd ti eersn ine to tlhe fund about 2,5.000; but0 as HOTELS AND BOARDING acrsS.S d^ 3jn RbS 1NOTON&REED. PI-pr. ...
iq Sente an Asseb~y doenactmR folows. In this energel icy hbo tleagodeforunetlndsuisintruted tlanteStateBoardof r.....







4WrApprSovedl by ihe governor Januat y of 151. tchh :,Secr eli.,rn.y,,i th. complete and ,,.of:,,.Sluperien-,h*- be enve,21 ie of ca ina g (,t,,. t,.,,l,, Ieen Iun o e a t thes .lands u na i TE METROPOLITAN D OTEL. ARr]nTK- ,TK------"
l, Jonathan K. Glbb.b, Screftarv of State. b,-rri.v lp^ Bt-oCdi(rlrf g'l ktn w the o \Vh,,.l au'r .,-,l,, 108,677.31 dcrtaken in forni..r ti,.. m.,, I,i~ l l 1)i h non, the possession of th~e trustees, .and notlhither,.. _l ** '' R n T C S
of State to designate one or more newspapers tt secur soh clerical reasonnco had Mrr1iffled.1,,,.r~~, AKS
publishedtoe ach t- alOR It, a l'iU~lo which ,- shalt"' lhi llol. bl'hl cu fP bi ntuto ,teSceayo u p ntl ce-il 1 3J"sl t o,, ,,-,,,e condtions ctied tble. tonrveredto i ll,-nw re H tl eital~oae,)t HI 0.B E ...








fr te F~ourth ~ Judca (lr u _.I-. ~ e. 1^ >.-. ;. couvey- L,., u estimate .b~l- "-- "u Ib "om ot!.owr ]rertle ord corortios. cannot much Tsort dstaneS^ ----"h Ralra. -an BEEeam--
A.~~~~~~~~~~~~bas Corle whoit iee previousd years has !onh)d -rv I-iltR a hewoerinprrt hefuibtT.'b







fo i e o r ~ k l l l l c l ._ ^ ^ ^ ., au.'e of .... .. .. : 595,O1M.87' Y et, as w as ev in ced b y th e sp ecifi c in en 0ex e 9' ~ 000 00 of ac ei A n as obko an t sh asroughot ly bend ie t n0v ,lnd f, he r er tlh,. d ,n.
kno n a l m -ob.ATn-,(. niu- ..' cnrirctt-'d tO pape ofth.e C.,,. and the School lands sold dur -ng t iongisee n th in thie ac t of r1 5 the1cl aim e s a h u9,. -I. ,.








a, .tecreitary ,,, [tun. n t Ouuga renuyiAinK. g year ending November
TA LL~ na sE.. Marcon4.1.71. v T 1 1 30, 1871, acres ... .- ...... "*,,v;:.;.- for $lO,024 .2G w ide discussion of the project at the tim e som e .:,,-, ,.,,*i m ore at least can .b o easily A'flne blullard room and s loon attiMhed '< .M D ii
urt Lands, s .0.9 and thed large measre of assistance given menaioned, any arrangement that would clear Dec.l 9,twom. ands "oerdors.
eISCELLaNEOU i A1VER'rlSEM'Td | l,'-iO^,1 in lhi, 1nntl-r, toI although'h For whicvt oas tion reiled, wit particularity in the law, it seemed d he fund from all debtby a conveyance of the and : .. J OeVncI_, FLORIc OA.
Agen. ,-7Wa"7"*nle..-e l' Ilorori pertkectl accuracy has not as vet been attain- Cash.. ******* ........I..."'"$s53q tO be genr^ y cnceded thiat. while Mid- 2,,028,000 aeres "nw in possession," leaving ,ST. JOHtNSj K HO USB.,L,'I ,,,^."i-, \~tl
*~~ ~ AgnWid-l< irafHrui1 Not~es....... ........ 1-,899.70 die and W~est; i'loridiLa, md tltic westcrnl tlhe hlads hereafter to accrue for future, works Tfi_ JAermsOOI- o f .. trnin boar -t __, Is J* ,- *''sB
OFTHE 19th l ENTURY; p te.',t,, oir persos a ed,athe reporL will give a v lrt dossee ob-
pie an M'lbO r,. P\t r o l: B^ 'l ll''t l 'i, :It.- oximiition .to the present, condition of Swamp entles cancelled, made accessible by railroads ; East elori- atpprovl. w
-: .we^,' "ndhomc ... r,"t..,,J:tePbiLad. *acnres uce'Csi ........ C ... 6,6. '166 da would be compelled to I'ely for the As appears front thereport, and as i other- EBS -. $2,50 Per Day. .. ::i I[E BR~ ER -
wary! Fearful Scenes! Hea rt-renl, tvi Incf, dents! -s withte offi ce in tim e improvement of its OaciCities for travel wio we1.nown, the policy of2te early TrusT .ThlBHolfitr. p,:.rloInd .m l.:,lo -
'c oui s o;f topi .i ,al thies Tr Bookwcan t he W ith the sanction and under the diatec- Notes School a Of the ad-...... internan III sees.,. n. l mMET .I ,
sKh 8a1 pl,, of, p,. sh. 5 Fts.Adrs tion of the "" t of the Internal Inm- $7.7,5.18 to o cc l ec e p tl S e ,, strong impress from thep.city.ThetatlelHANohl.uedltlstpealn, <.fthe 1_r.\ alia\s on hand a 1,pl-nld nsoriiment of
cut.fu nd teCoeCe ennf ad r a etees-I atde em ecil intere, rsep nti re. 'Of th e We ofwtc n blern tl n~o em n H.n sem R Itl O B- :otahINoa ,A ,,IIn









".1tOODSPEED'S EMPIRE BuOK. MAP AND PIC- ofnvcmet udg an new osstem of reypn Swatp Lands forfeited, bohtns and Its tributaries, and tldianl amon- of lat th esrblity jslle I( .n,,r"ll,'n hhmehtn Clmra, oay slrtB
TORE HOUSE," 'hl,-aB.s d-ignt e nnadl. t. p l ouls, lands ar ep acres .................by. th71.00 eof and canal connected there toi tuv fa W E ANeD RE TAIL
.vt.31. witho oa b'aeenead that h is d..|oct,: ft t oili9 with v ed re c taen. attet sales, a f .ned ti, gea l dto wor tof co Wholi cr honven of w i del ove r- ].Nr ..f an Fos ka
hn e sha ll not ing co pele toout pubis sale Notic hBosasroesdaneld ..... $590 ee dc hegnra eritt,"tio not a woneehto i .oeantrol ., the,.i"r'" .. .". rer:u h lvna pesne
ort book ,~.b e i~dit,, paper bo ks t proffice d winval uaabl e ,nton coadmpletelwe adsusod........9 1,94safe'Isiimg etel.s.ILE.FA.hoeal.r









i i i. "- ...* .L. acres .... :..... -. ...- : 373,175.53 1lon public sentiment. ,6 l'ri a *erior,, as theprinc i~l :h WHILEIN JACKSONVILLE STOP A'ITTHE : C.uttlng.i(lianlnp.and Repalringdonewithneat- .
a rci n s oT I : | r I W sn'* g 1 t h a t e a c h a D. l lap l la t i n ,q K e e p s "- *^ O a\ : S' A ^ 1 ] :, ]o l a g a e r t r v f" h r n i a n v h "H l ~ i J A < "L L '- r Ie St S n n d d l s .p a C o u n i r y o .r d rr s r e c e l v e l p ro m ip '
I O K11a HRIen l A K I pu ^chase,_ ce l receipt of Tthe.- 'r .fees r,,f,,h sales ar f Internal i- Whole a u nt of Iter na l largelR P0 1,- CoU. aiirol,.r, Prescript
..... rtOR SALE, c-ahdeed tf landasit is madeuseo i. Lnars.... 20.,8S5.44 River Canal project speciiilly mentioned toedad to give tone and characteI to..the poll- r-I B-
f rlor cas receied, in the fct,-and the improvetcl of tlhe cy or' the early trustees, and make them H. t, r lt. d
,TaRth ep;torth iorlhlgtw o LElevs tsreg'l ffth wo e thransa theinonncii hash..i.. this..... $175,77.29 to Col 41, .wlad irqreo.D 1! iI
Papes OAK, Suwannee county, Florida, co.ut alnlng bahnily o, in '.lT inlier that a fulll re Notea...... ......... 174,660.39 tlcklawaha river with a co.ne(ti0i there- strongly conservative of ihe special itteres FASHIONABLE TAILOR.









': tre (rs U~pon th p)^ lh a,:e''tc erare abontus00 -~df~ ",c ^ ^^^ of" with the; w~;.tclrS ofthe Guf' were. o"f raihroads. *Thls popular, nl conveniently located hutl.eid TT]A ren,ove,l from Plusestreet, to hl, old tand
-- aplepearre, an~da^ arl,,f,,tr d anh ilr ctie of anesof lands wLand $150,237.68 tifom thc first, objects of mushi interest Tha this was wemi, so fitr a rebates to the nowropen for the seaaoni. : .txm Paoow. orthrest.
Rrut~t~repsae, of d a c nu s hall b$o nevalid othr h ave an tiieh a, AUCTONEE FORanal upon in ntra Ipovm n










... pl n ts A A oons, el f -even roomsoo table, nab"een ries ca celledacres 1es2.70 ith th e p resen t trus0ee.i' Int rnelp rresont etrhstes l. tie d oubtrhn Irmp ro ve m el etB ouseast,,littheear ival , all"PIrt ersdof ktde.,nou-hr;urallr. tne arrivaanJ ata all a dreason blerepa r'rates
other out-b~ulI.liinfo. For further p-i'nlculajrs, a.'l.- section in the future. Amount refundecd, Cash. $1,321.00 dhn r ppop ml l.-l,2- v r w ip esil u h t th n e sem oasa d ta n? a d yulheh.1 n D v li,. n ird..n~ eria
drws E. F. BENIDERSON There lhas been in former years! acon- Notes ....... .:. ..... 9.0hn, thcetyroc. undecr tlhc lead ol its eve. ,~e exrse, t nttha.t l theme tamot and to r l~nsi.ic Hn d b ou ihran s f iri.roia "
Lny O.. F.,rlim. ___- president, Hun. N. H. Mora ne, tle Sough- Poliv should control the dtisposition of the the boatr aad tralns ollut thd i'lnk orf benng for : a c ZIC
8epi.t3e siderable demand for copies of the Town- papr r w. l*.gHIeLL as CO,, a t
................. ...--_...-.... 8hip maps deposited in the office, for each Internal Improvement $,01.( ern Inland Nvgto(opaprosdw-pat1oefoedlnsvrwsandost -i omsptdddwlhaera'tre. .1 _n-^ LO.
ec to andl relaato deiddf prbeatcl whte as I Nov. d 4FR-t srvie to th putI,?lX TIO
ECONOMY LEADS TO WEALThe of which fromn$2.50 to$5 has been paid, 111 ds m oretd, em ..inar ;3,89.3tner tte liabliti Of t fep f od 0 Fine Maronoe YaresketyBay. --
vNrutmn cacese. pubised "h wheeve any0.0 law Tnheu toIndia ierte and complete bagl by th9 every,a -wlayssirto tea f










now Hn,>.HK .r I,,k t, t,.r ilv but this has not hitherto contributed to Bal n c pe. ot e complete sae. b., w --- --a :,irb -,.-, ivMitv.oitan oftlln
requlniyuur ores a the SUrport of the office. I phave fixed anys: notice or .00,099.40 canal which should furnish a continuous Conlandss bitowing, tlteselands upon in. iu- ROYAL VICTORIA 1OTEL. w. I I In :
RICHARD &" CO [PltN i l'he average pr'ic-e of lnaps--at 8. and hay.- tec~eipts....... ... <4433.59 line of srteam navigation from tlic waters clud'iug States, they Were all directed to be -NASSAU, N. P., E .R '
r ce" isanted o adavacroad (o'f. ... .o.... d, (Ae,'es,) to tlc 1,t. Johns to Key Biscayhc afrt. tlhe so disposed of that "the proceeds of said a o da .
Isegent. Ietnrcd sheant be Services tIa said p t the trust on tef peninutla, the lapvd, ath unoe thei ontr acLt nvith tAhMAe
whii- Ca h tadvance s o n good madte. ',Sae a .... ......:











FRiEEfi r<;;r1iTAG the receipts tor copies of maps shall de- Penaacola&F. G. eotulrgia...... ... 6,.i%:63'796A48 1.705.39'2(,; ry^ the genra co .venienc e, and fo s ,. fa as neesr ,t, te .l ... ,i'ainin- Aisthics trvlr InA CI L t. otenSae a - ---- *
b e u a O ffi ci a l P ap erfra y a ll e x p e n s e o f e x tr a c le rkg h ir e th a t s m all, L eln o rl ".ia;.s13 .: o t r al o ne nb e nc e ,o a n dh or us t t ru st e e s, Wssr s. RsanR T tin d ,ig.ins ve: NI N A N C I A L .
snh l spr n lsn dipoe ofll aces_. 39,7,.||.74 and t on a timca 1,hvor i stkies e e wasth vh selctd upards ym s of 2 e,000 ,000 ,[r'e. These Jaksn.le "e.0 181











I thei This .us t -An,11ta ke et, y frowa... a fter ] a all may be necessary in making copies ef land s lor dd.....'
le ---- Itspl of3sgv Aast allia,.a actdl or~e partsHeee of~ihtndn~an the ioin thf de- to iag amun "oec
conshneul: ~~~~~~~~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ with "rod overflowtisctfusdthhrcors.- "Il-wstieioretraserngrearendng o.-rthg.ill"nldobtbtiontmelppoav stupndd











favor the.m withthe ,| ,:,,d m aps, thnis- effecting a saving of $1,000 Total .... .. ......., :',3 -.;.:g:; 13,9 .86 an -fon tm e t imtJhe conc sson tha mos vo c rsvev ohe con tru tio oeor reain- Nortmhl. le-v *ey Westn a forff Bssa nikct
tefu, as.pplyo e\.,r^ thln, In then 3lM ,, per3ye8r,1 fch has been p0aid heretofore a.n 0 acres of l a to eher ,.,c steaers ofoa tont tae a
Appove byf'L.H~to theo~mf ObvernorIfionsr flat-- unnecessary atd c01pet the work,11 Th. Ledl~ vnsn rs
v A OCERIES AND PR.OVISION1, iOrclerk hire. to lhe .... ,,,......, Ocklaa, liner un- were giiven, kep-ing th p ensatin en roads, almost tothc entire e-nl,..vf ow. tl., r,11)-: 1 .











1 ,The allowing data wil! give a practical- a -dr is 10irt 3 (5untrue,,, trate the $4,000 aldu,0 o n of the atndtt o,,cui.a. ;, a88UHI ,,a t. .. E. M IN Jan. 6, romn
o UlwNa Ieobtai ned at the v-rv I,,w t lV accurate view of the pres-Int condition or cr .L ,. 9 a a in the o ntra ciho d eli .,, l.,,,., ,t -, E
fCAo PRI ES of the Public Lands, so) far as regards tlhe Intenl ImprovAment distLe. f1,9t.1 "R ai ADAMS, tFeb. 3; and rnmi-RFJ, aY mII. t.ovKaNUFM oF Ias .r IrrDo
,ol Landsso coprtin, esntmc ,159 has recently benrean











*t RIC}AIl I A t t.|. amounts actually: .patented to the State, Land a e. ... ....... .3159.--- 5,O1.21 Ana again whtien H. L. -Hart, ,ls.., so scented to hiave become fxed ,,.Ihp,, ,.,Jin.... every, lu'lght .r.a..r until f1rt.er noYiec, as wa evinced ,.
O,:,,an ,.,;,.a and the amounts actually conveyed, whether -,- 1.. well o n u most en0erpris- trustanc fortifiod by a series of ,]1- -.u p b-n r and N.NKtfn -uowau f t
.- Bepi~tlwt~y er conditioniallv Or 4,tli.rn i-r as appears .... ,, t 4 : _;, .., ing aiid energetic business men, of well cstons of our State courts; stl toe present. Jamaica Buardthe per dag uesmtrlcan old. NEW-BANK BUILDIN,"
--- .... i rec d to fea,,,sra ,. cJjcerson fr" eiwida .known character for honor and integi'itve trustees ha'rv ex alwi vs felt that in any tliwouf'l. LEWIS 6'7. C9,00ELAND, Pr,,iindior. O,'r.'r Pin,, ,,n,' Foiltt, Jri n/ir, """--..
A lull locIFof BaTt. tBu,:. s an bf I L n sti te art3 r nAHirodC .. roP osed for alternate u tectionSe ahon rthc ": ,... h L t ^ ^yi^ ...i nt0 o u .^ wp u rt *T,. ate 4. Pf
CETIiA lsiida nenlIpoeetL n te, nrnal m"rovment ,. r seal n- oti^o.,ty inlthe' U.S otts, of la.t ..,. t 1. 3 i,~g.e _a31 _-''"" lnftnt~patdorcopounded. Inanuary >ld *-:-
Di~iget effrtand mis II -r as bee 'Totl sals of Sa,,Lpand te largym9fsieacohassisance ,- c iratea leas can I6eeaslynt.NI k












SwanRTp an T Overtowed ,Lands, School -Lands, acres tti o, .. ....... 13991o0 .o9 t t Oven..t ,, STt. AUGUSTINaE HOTELwol cla Dec. 19, awo r .
EAR Th _R IL L W ELLS. d --d ,, Cas ............L.... d.' weoe be geea. u,, this -whit i d- 2,028,000 mads ofw i" p s si "aSH
perfea.aSct t n s -n the'( an .. .' a not "s vt- been Pl I I- .....
Agen Wa nte Hd r-hhe ,r havl H orror! 9, dlea,; of : P oGif ii a, the ;w l- 11e ^ the landso hereafter toS accrue for^S^ ^81^ fu ur wo k A K Q V L
Pilresr, from whichpthroughl give..3 close ti-.-0,4 -joofrtnilt, feni.nt,'shoupe'lalltywithepofnaraowTHE terms of trdate












"T' Will CENTURY 0 A GO. Tit r i -l-. I_- J4 413;3 p n oa f Eas t 1,' -lea e o uld s ionl d o4iuh dn,)l dO sums or o50 and tlpabod.
CIT |FriiWET Pf^ ^ lc^ivs H nd e- .4^ "r P--., pr x iai n to the, pr in o d to f S an u~e a celd ia ea c si l ,eb ailr ads t E breah o p l ri a l-tr va ,. -sowte ll kr o wao n ho ndeu. h ose have~e ^
,-|i/~ t~ 'P TEr'. terveth rthe e g..n..ntionerLand u.-nder.', .. .. ... ..Nothes' da.ditstl'..es...t..r..na,.. .OILLOPEfDEEiBRsI, 1eI.llisli re.eleorrom Indvld wt, llcl vSo .











Villos of ie'iFl- -_r th i.4 to Acreha can b and c t I-tI tit- lthe SSoest JtnlptFlonida andpcetoa gat. It Is 10 e moom Cmeternlhe loon
wd S ~N UMBE ,riv id 5he 0 els. hAdde s t ieou m olf [the Trustees.- of'| h I nt erna r.n.i -e f :. -. $7.561 8 to h ,anv ,, en Irnsee hard n a l s t ht- fl~res frm i le'.t city Th e n tattle abAA o ve 1 i d at Iits tei~kt~ n oee!alwd
00 DPE' EM IR Buo K MAP AN Imw p Lands forfesitd Johns and itsX-Pt an[th.lry ndhibechba ...1, ar, ,1 at. ndr Inds conrats Ihfle IiVh prailfrorz or: ,-cnalrneplono a mss ait? ISsta-cps[,a te
TOR HOUS."' Ci-gIInita :_, nn.atiStratn. Lois ew syte of "ep .... ..sing f 'et tha the,,, deirbiit 4,34ten oftatrvrine,.











These w.o~ .lls ,,iv awar,,_ ir '. r................. i.....,_. -- _- --.--a-6 a o .. ... 375. 13. redeem and ca al a c aa x A ti e o a beon a.in- an"t i s ttherl I tro of tEudr, hease Ba on di
1||3, wV s Inds ha Notes, canceld Ll. .....^^ ^ .;-!^ ^^ "Th .^ .td. ^ 5 it,-.- I I o ..It 't
.1 S '. 1I.K I ] ;." 1 -- 1..... 1 1 ;-. WH IL. I N, .,t 3e517.5 Mil], p bi sentimtnt -6 ;?r-. aM t o wori thI PrncD. m i
FOaRat ,. SA V to, Lad "-?=-........ HZ a cre"" ........: "'t,'5i."4 Rie gl aluab l0e t speci aly m niontne~ogv oean hrce olePl-P R IC E
i tt ~o~l)r~lS(tl a,.lle | a ves i-'tq iv l]-o dl~. o f ~te wh l transaction Cash.:.. .... ;a-~n ..... $175,577. ....29- T...... H..s~ ~(rieu;l'n~ ln tle~r~~; Wieelala rd, Prslv-n ol eo ora --- ---,a .,-- -
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ b h n i.tr,,,-m- on m mrt in, ,wII I. "nn e touatn am ., fullmr re- Nots.......w....., 17,603 x, .ut a tto .w l there- st ...r .. .' o v ne e o l vld "'h tbearr~~d ~ -. L H A O ]


un . t~lat M ,nr~t '.,-r. I~ p,-rm l. ,.,n --- ................. ... ,. c
i t-t li f[lO w oiv" pa l -' \*hi res 111 0 QUANTITY. QUANTITY. )11AnrNI' F QUANTITY ... head. w hlch proposed to open up One on Vose vs. t ra stees, in giv ig the opi'on.n with all lhar ih be si nnark saand eicerllrnt ouh--
"^. ^1 ^, A wells IS Son k n h,.I r pr rnue : 1 It .. th e best kn own 1e l ns o th"c lta not merely to preserve the ftmd a e u iy...[' k'F E.P LE.I ', .. .-
1. His Hnnor IhIM-.-ayr, 2.Hon. Jd t I"ternal I1)rovem(tent ZLan& PDisposed Of. of oranges and sugar-cane s ty
MeL-pn ; 4. G;en. (,'n Le, ith 7. bl ',"g"d Acres. Acres. Acres. ] ro S o .ril Srn!p. To.l/ i< for the payment of railroad,'bonids. that' the d .. Proprietors. ,--
1. A Grunihlll :. R.-v. P. SSili| ; t | | gold to individuals ....... 20009940 3,323,59 So of the rat othern Railway Co.,trust is created, but to-pro/ide for the drain "L W A V O U N r '& f 0.
**- l-c E ~ ^rnjSB s Railwa Co. created, but t 'd f th e &.sine
It. 8. S -twight'mu :7 5. 's'Captian'rh-.kman'-,| :.. 1a Uio, ,. T i, ,,... ...,, ,..,.,:- R lras ............... "12,996.8f. .. th. .fo d ar ec n sin o ln s w s g, d 'eh a rino the71ands, -,,I tlIr ..
qhS E" t. I I ,I tItIiMin Frh S ata,*, i f.-_.ta ........ l H.L Hr 3 Wl]tenoit o u a large cothnc essi mio o r dcm e e o i In Hiliory Market rro uce iareut
"" ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Jf .. ..... .. = u I, ",- Hart.................. .. ......cto la 3tena15cut39,80 h se r 'it- "-)/ ns;'~t , TAI'I E L RS A D C MM S I N ME Ct N u

y jl oi! Eel 8, 14 1 1. -,it.111 A1. kru 28 ,720 572v.2 26,409 UV williem un of ^^^c n grct to unertak thie consl ruction ofandcu"liv pt, ThesEe are,011
ni^ l rber^n.la" .. 3 11. 41.6,6.25 1 7. ",51 .7,I ]"1'. .|l.. \ tilii E. N. Dickerson .......... 9o a,0 1 6 .... .R lHOd .,
%*-I- R % 131.1..6l or 4175. (.l r:i p .1.^ UhP1 6 ^, 1 grneveaw d ad -.S ,at railw oay cihatio s o flD r. exedfohnt test- l olilevis Of t vie w mo t~o be wen l ch uar I1 era.h leiromadi h bs l- fi
ol Goa -or --n5 2 121 3054t 11 13 190,039 Baane 1cre 4675 1- nor ithe nc wO~nar renderedv thre liulroa the* ,An&el^ ^ *n na GRE COVESPKABA
vv orders by man will 521- i 6 4 1,N4t.111 17, ]1-"-i, T -M I I 't "r 4 "n,,vi,.ten, -1 of I I,
itrv~ct itr It/l objetsi it' Souh.. exre it under .,ItarJ't, .Applegate Co.,-Pro trs-- lO.e e a k tIro eGan ,
given by add~ressingint through ,if 1~.' 83 268 f.15' _',.:2:b'"!'- hoeaLn r). ,cnrc o ei4c h ,ha~ in ma"D anae 'd mai a omn,; ...:,.D J W A PE 'T td AD IH a ..|'\ vv'* .
Z"N contract to Ae the cii -ction an -drainnge, re men t a nd Dr.ain Jrp.w i f ah' ..... *P.., '41o & Fl. r 0 .
l, c ,B40'.roper ?io ,.nakl, i,,an'.y.,ll, wh,. ,,rly I I. ",- 5. 4;[ 1 ".,., and Overflowed Lands drainage .O a VaSt. eStele e of hiahl ollc c oup., are f ill of thir c ts oe the the lt s c" es. l ...., ..al... Hn" N.- tigersn
v :... .7--'. .... 10 "h 811Iq 1 '"|,i "7;15" "ap rov daces..... 1,61j'3'4 t ) tlo al" nd tae' "9 It94,:7..39.1.."- ". io, na "a.- St(.te II"' I .'-I". I -:,!U., om
..... at st... .tr ..... ... ,6 1 11 14 MI 4,9772. 11. .M^ 1.i a ".ro ve d, a coen ..t o0jects otm "lic n c,
SF,., FALL G. a" c.. ....... ... I4 Whole a of .. B e- dehev injeth views to be well T|titded, J- mer,H^ h^ ha^ ^ ^ ^ ^*.sleln om.qanot
Bay 1sevi, Invn.I Ill.95 Fin. and Overflowed Lands So.. ., at, the ,poln e ~atdon ot ])r. John W te d" a t .
12 -* -** h e etion of tan ap ve tshed,. of any se s o In F lorld i l "*
P l.r:.ec ,, 1M 46t8r 9.l ... .. .. n : dilponeco ........ 8,419.14 cott, largely intertsteal perso -t] at 1a1 t"ev have g'ov e*ide the a io o trie o f the'4 warf "t n o Sa, l n ,Pc t ,,I, Ned Y or l.



"i *', *. ." .'. .^ .. ,1" o wln mn wcnnoreo I-K.e[.or allsbagage, anu t ,lls de,patche
.... .... .....1.3 46,869 ....."6 ... disposed____ Of. P............... 1a1ealoncyly wnc vaitna Isteesusie m nItsm enxclusonivlls te Wtigo"tU J TtoK-]
r l -" .. ...... .. 1 4 87,51 .05 .634 ' ) 1 B l n e c .... t O I) l Cl a ssis ta n c e w a\ s r e n d e re d th e R a ilr o a d o t d t i t t d t e r p l c y w i h 4 1 h b t : u p u p l
F~~~~l'ly ~~~1 9oe0l~ ~ lnl ~ l ,009.M ) If.. ..3A 4 18'8 Wholp amount of Inter- fromn Tocoi to St. Aun'ustin under a.. c on- dcrmen o' the sutflcie vofte un t Gre oe hieSlp rSp ngds agng, "''1 t ....
-'- t '~xe j s rai"....,.... o n, ... .. ...-sotal t /alo d ih li).l 16 frf,. 3() alnap r mle tup ra r 7 o hi 7 58 04859- a mp o o en 8nd ..'... .- ....... ....... 386 8 n c, al....ih 3- ......... ......... ............ ... ... ...
T ICH IS u)FFERED .%T EIGHT CEN78T O l, ... ........I. ... anprove 'd ........ 446,11.4.8 tract and ssistar allag deeii PIM n _Z. ' .. -I`,6, spring Is, byit tedu nferj th a rn er I de th e we
W "'Ihe trail at -- .. ..... .~a-'D fee e~ams ent and ocusr n .patin. Springs (if Virginia, with a la'rgo wmn ah O NC A K
' .. ...... 2,1-l505.67 1,680,783 .82 1,521,.977 .21t 4,900.066 44 W\hole amount of Internal .. A nld, tinder ,a fitl convi('tion, sn!)se- drainage 4~r v m n nd o c p to. Q -11|" poo l 5by 10 fe rt, anwi deth oww trraurm.. .. ... ..... ... .. .
."M 'K S -m r i e e t a d d s ,q e n l "~l S u t i e 1-.. .. la n d B ra l e u n o d i'n I n '
"' rP .. .. ... .. .. 20 6.4 al yons'ed ao f ol o s .. .. ... S p tr s C o rt thara c -a A te oft tilt, w h ch cr at d thi-nd
B[R TS ue |,t's g ll 'alr hStork I tiexi,i I .,i-nt lal,"31 w m n .O efo e l mp o en t, de eopmpa n to we re the- subsequ ten le uislation, te mlloeg of Aaflrotlads. free access
." ~~~ ~Talhse Dis'trictard ........... 2NER A M;RV M N A ,5 La d ....... "9,1591; o e option a d dee, settlhetae at Callis|lo eo nie s uter .B loga t a ao ehos, Thethn a NDGf. "" "
521,M5.67t Balance acre ..... orMna r S, bqa e no It% e i S rlar g iWitam ote bur 1:w l- ail l u lg& lm l l
SE'T~~~le ... 2^I. a,-m u ~iI ntra I amp o uemnt, of. 2l5 yt eintro ucio of ctua etes Iv asl thremedy for-otheur Stamesu G, terlad '--
..:;:*-n ro.e secur the subsequent le ilai n lan approved-i of.i tt.fr _. ......
.. ,. L.. W.AJIP,.-, R Internnl Improvemet8 under the 8jh section of Balance, Acres_.....9,3,82 th logs.f]nd i Poeraerrters will be nont|dpge] .... bg. oteswtebeo heyar otk cageLneo awlg akesfrmaeror.
9,_:.=- 10 'C W "r' On.e o a e]or all baggage.


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JACKSONVILLE, FLA., SATURDAY, JATNtATRk] Y 13, 1S72.


NIIMBER 5E .





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Tri-Weekly Florida Union.
SATURBDAY, JANUARY 13, 1872.
V3We do not read anonym.i-u hllttrSi and
com munilatlons. The name and ad,.li os63 f th 'c
writer arn In all eases Indispensable, as a guara-j
-ty of good faitl. -
We cannot -undertake to return or i~iw,_n^
communications that are not used.
.!he Rtepubllean National Conveii-,
~tion.
A despatch from Washington received,
yesterday by the Chairman of the R8-e
publican. State Executive Committee, an-
nounces that the Republican National Ex-
ecutive Committee, which met in Wash-
ingtotf0n th 1 llth inst., have called the
'**'ominating Convention .to be' held at
'* -Philadelphia on the fifth day of June"
next, and that Florida will be entitled to
six delegates.
The Republican State Executive Com-
mittee of this state will meet next weeik
and a call-:will soon be issued for a State
Convention to elect delegates to the Na-
tional Convention and to attend to such
other business as the interests of the party
may. require. 4
Deatfl J~ames..isk,.Jr. 7
The telegraph A reportede thle m
if-- arid deatlh of the not,:rhui. dames
'isk, ,Jr., S1fXw YorJ,, and from the New
York papers we e, -nd. 4hifollowing
titk, relative to this affair :
On Saturday afternoon last (6th) about.
fifteen minutes past four, Fisk arrived at
the Grand Central Hotel inhis carriage
and alighted at the private entrance. He,
opened the firstdoor, behind which was
:|t John Redmond, the hall boy, and asked
1 it Mrs. Morse was in. The boy said she
. was not within, but that her oldest
daughter was. Colonel Fisk, ftfer ask-
ing the boy to tell the lady he was there,
proceeded to go unp stairs, and had ascend-
ed: two or three steps of the stairway when
_ .... lIead of the ,,tii;i ,, made his appearance,


be acceptable to the House is quite doubt-1 The Florida Legislature.
ful. The prevailing opinion of members* Senate.
seetns to be that the lights of former own- - TUESDAY, January 9.
ers of these tax titles, should be a matter Thee Senate met pursuant to adjourn-
. of judicial legislation, and if Congress is meant. Senator Locke in the chair.
Fto legislate on the subject at all, it is"'a A Committee on Fisheries was made
:miasurc of public policy, and as such the one of tri-ttanding committees of the
la.'rge expense which the government in- Senate.
curred in collecting this tax does not jus- The following resolution by Mr. Hender-
tiry the restoration of property legally bid son was adopted:
in for the government on notice. Resolved, That so'much of tile Govern-
> The other bill, is a House bill for the or's message as refers to existing violence
relief of purchasers of these lands at pub- and lawlessness, and violence in the pres-
lic stile b t It ent or past in the several oouunties of this
lic sale by the commissioners It stops State, be-referred to a committee of three,
any former owner from recovering title with instructions to report:
and possession-in any-action against the 1st. The truth or falsity of the samle.
purchaser; without showing, in addition 2d. The causes and circumstances of
to other necessary fact, that all taxes, any such violence.
costs, and penalties flue upon the land, 8d. The adequacy of existing laws to
have been paid into Court, or by first de- the prevention of any such acts.
.positing the same with the clerk. 4th.f,94e efficiency of the officers of tha
If theformer owner recovers without Iaw .
olusion th bil i ,, th e y 5th. The necessity for other, and if so,
collusion, the bill directs,h the Sectrtary at legislation.
of the Treasury to repay to the purchaser r iendrick, by permission, introduc-
an amount equal to that originally paid Senate Bill No. 8, to be entitled An
by the purchaser. act to authorize Julius C. I'; ,,.l;.m to
-It will be seen that this,bill applied to bi a T Bridge across Pease Creek.
all cases where the property was purchas- Pu a b permission, offered Sen-
I.ed by private parties.- It will, undoubt- a B N 9 t b e d n t to au-
ediy pass Congress." +
Spss Cones thorilihe Cire.t P'1.rtQ in this State to
. '.,v NC A^ I CI,: I i,, N:1','.? ,,l" .rP,.,'.n, residing
For some time past suspicion has been Vhe. It
excited in the Land' office of the existence o et Bill No. 10, to be entitled
of forged military land warrants, and A to Bilh,,r,,. 1, Attorneys to Admin-
forged assignments, and such develop- iterthsq
ments have recently been made which Mr. Henderson, by permission, intro-


taxes of the State, by 'Messors. McLean, I Report of the Commissioner of L. supposed, .hhil, .,.,; '"', I'"", ,I...- i.-,..1 t.. Pi l:L NOTICE%:.
deceased, trnd A. B. Osgtood, resignedd;o and I. upon the Pu M Land. d so but Also vN'ti i'iii.-....[,. ,1i i .... .,f ; .............-' "
therefore [Contnuationromrstpag.] majority of tile I' -..r.... 1 r--.:,,te I I., 11l ,. ,_." V1'. S13 IN- N v
th er efo 7re -.11 < i ,- i '* The Internal lm provetnent A ct specifies a hcarit e.f a ,..*i..: ,. t ,. ., upon } l..,',..I, .j ,. i
Resolved, Tat the Speaker fil said va- nrilig o Elall.
o, Tht th Speakr fi si railroade-from St. Johns iUver to -Pensacola Woods, at Savannah, and to the d. r.:..- t it :. T. e
cancies by the appointment of two other with extensions to St. Marks Atd St. Aldrew, slluld meet the approbtion l i .T 1EAN TSE suppose th
members on said Committee ; which was a r.ti.-..,,l from Amnelia Island to Tampa with who tried the case. Mark,.L ... .
read and adopted an extension tO-Cedar Keys, and a canal from The following is a .....'- of lD'.e .......,,,. Deniers In Sghl ani'l rinic Exchance.
MTr. Bovd offered the following resoki- Indian River to the St. Johns, as thi( rdeal and which-is all that is necessary-er .. .... tl.,ii!: i ,.,,TP-." ', N NEGOTIATEc
ion substantial objects of the trust; and lion. ). to an eager zeal to seize it chan... i.. 1,,,..: 1', r *',LE g,,rn MA Oth,
i L. Yulce, chail-mnn of the committee intro- evil motives o public oftiials i.I riilir -ii.s >.-n i h
Pesolve(, That the committee appoint- ducinog the Internal Improvement Act which ble prospect of success, the who, .i, ,",-. 1,. l LLliV i'l MlJn'.tKILK NBi*
cd at last session to investigate the acts they had drafted, in their report, says: appeared in the public, ......' I-,u,,, ,,DI muds
and doings of +the J. P. & M. Railroad, be "These improvements with roads from Macon ,p^ l,, ,,'r. ,
enlarged to seven and that they, be in- in the direction of Cedar Keys, and from Ist. The decree. asertia-- '. '
structed to report as soon as practicableI"; M., ~,t ,,, r to Pcnsacola, and to some other to beo in. all, bonds, coupons a, I I..-, ,i.,.. (',:,1t N Y AN.D, ,: Y -...ir pi.iMPILT L-F.CUIED.
which was read and adopted, more eastern point, of our system, will com- coupons, fi ",^',--' .' -* i" r'.-r[,,',I- I.:, ,'.]\-. i ,:' ,no:.:i [l sight.
plteall the desir llnes for (t prosp-erous s8 s- 2d. The .,o,,u oi' .1.11,..i ..,il.. Soee ilin| 8elicited.
Tl~ l KA B~t 11T S TTB~t A V rem'" ,.aud other' t -_ '' *** tit! "I' 'f. f!" 1""1
TELEGRAPHIC NEEWS SUMMARY. And Ih r,-.l.r,l to the necessity a,,.. ] ,lu. ,,f n 'lothre N, ..:.. t -,.. -1 ,,,.., r I -.
..... """- these :p.,..tLi.Lf !aprovloae itso tre,-ultmr}t, ^f aodia order.ed to b9.ascCrt i;,J i & M. R&a ROAr', '
Foreign in the same raport-.-A ays: r'" rIF:,LJ nhanc g'X. .Tr ,b"r. "ordered to inve.,i L,, -'.,. j..... iL|.ii.t. *, 1a71. -
,orei. ,ment of the general-wealth and population cer- bonds, hisp'io rdlaishlre of sinki l nII..i .1) I, r..I: Nl, i-RLtPiRED WITH AN ASSORT-
-Advice I'rodm Mexico report that the In- tain tolfd9Ow thir nstr,,,',"...', .V.:./,].. .... from time to time the inkift fur,,..l .. :..": ,,- *.-, r f ,1, 7BR.:.U-GR TICKETS l:, 17 Ihe trlnelpal
sulgent GGeneral Taeroga ii moving on Cam,- recomnpenseforthe .mrrr/ !,',r,/...'. i,.r.,j." proratfo. ri c.I,0.- r"...rij, I will r,.v l-co.diuruurnlan anylnfor-
argo-with 1500 troops. it is reported that In the report oi the C,. ,r, r, it will 4th. A certain previous cona,[:_,i..l L .i. I unaui,:,n rritilve 1o Tl.-l,. o *r Freight.
Cortina has abandoned Caromgo and is r'e- appear that upon the coming. in of the present tract between the trustees and the J. P. IM. lcan be f,,ud.t.j at inil.; ,l_.- [ &f EIr0ne luringg
trustees, they found the fund in the same con- Railroad is ratified as follows: \ th.e day. fN D
treating towards Reynosa. Tihe advance and fused condition that characterized other HTile trustees re-deed the10.0,000 arers of -.0 AP,
rear guards fought without material result, branchesof the State government as depicted land deeded to the Florida Improvement! .; ,, "*'i i et.Ai,:ut.
-A special courier from the City of Mexi- in the report of Comptroller Williams in 1861, Company, and recon'veyed by the company oct. 3, w w f
co, on December 31st, announces that Diaz in which he says: '-Since the year 1848 there to th Tr ,-ii.- kr tinlp thieorder of the court. I :+
"o~on J~cmbr.tanonehavebeen no accounts kept showing the ex- and to convey to E. A ,,,.l,-li- ,,lythe .31114I'LLN.El'.S ADVERTLSEM'1*I's,
has been defeated, with a loss of his artillery pense for which the State has- been liable, lands once deeded him and by him reconvey-
and cavalry. Bells were ringing and there For instance, there i. no executive, no judi- ed under order of court. C L A10111
was great rejoicing when the courier left. cial, no military, and no contingent, nor other Trustees to7..... 1.v .the r.lorida '...... ,i I JOH l (jL ARK
-A Hral speialfromMatmora onthenecessary expense accounts to be found from ment Company iw,;.... acres ofland: alrendv.; *:. ...-.
--A eraspeia from Maa a n the year 1848 down, to the year ending N ov. surveyed by them.
7th, says that Trevino, with one thousand, 1, The J. P. & M. 1Railrotd- to I pa, ir\ to I
and tinuao, Iwith six hundred troops, are Ard this t..., evidently bad tle fund, to settle ir. Vose's claim o.f $679,- WhO Sale and Retall
moving on Iatamoras. The Juarists claim enough at that time, was rendered indescrib'- 285, within ten months, to liquidate and sa'i--
tbl worse bv the intervention of ,ll* terrible_,. ot ieg e+al claih'i the fiti,..
that they re-occupied Saltillo. b '+ v worser '" ... +-y v...'a rry i ot he i...
artin] b war-of the rebelhion, which interrupted the and cancel and return-fall, ,- ti .n, ,hereo: .. D LEF.K
-A court-martial has assembled at Paris, business, scattered the records and paper's; the trustees; and-to complete a fi~t-class-r .i';
to try the assassins of the priests and other and wasted the resourcesof the Internal In- road to Mobile : P ?,t
hostages during the reign of the Commune. provement Fund as welllas those of the State, -' The Trustees to convey to the J. P.& ---
so as to exceedingly embarrass all the opera- 171,, .l, all the lands now, in iossessio;,--. i'vowi1or o By n-Wll l Nv-vall tu.,
tr o d e ions of the Trustees. reserving to their own control nll lands hbe.
Assembly. Upon their accession, the Trustees .ai,,.,.f..l after coming to the fund, and.all lands un,..," r
Domestic. up the remnants of the papers belonging to contract with any 1'.-l1 or ( i..., ,t'..!-, t..-n o
-There was a fire in the heart of the city the fund, and set themselves about tie work other works of Internal Improvement, I,.-I Ja, ks,,uville, Floi,id,
imposed upon thIem. They fouhd none of the deeds to remain with Brown Bros.', a.' .....,t
of Titusville,; Pa. The loss is one hundred objects of the trust entirely completed. Tlie New York City, until they are notified. I., '
thousand dollars. railroad from Fernindina, completed to Cedar resolution of Trustees that'al the .....1;i..i' \
--A delegation of Creek Indians passed Keys, but without its extension; the railroad are complied with. tKVl.'l-t' ,N'TANrTLT ON y % ;S I
throug-h St.'Louis on the 8th, for Washing- from the St. Johns to Pensacola less tirjii h1lh Such is the substaieo of the decree ordeiP. I
done, and both so far as completed, sold Or by Judge Woods, who issued the inijuncti ....
ton, to opp64e, the abolitioh of tribal govern- liable to be sold for nou-compliance withthe atter a tair ""5 .ti.i, between the part ,
went, and to insist upon treaty stipulations. provisions of thio Internal-Inprovement Act. and upon hearing at Savan nah. A ullH AssortIm nt; of Goods *
They object to Congress giving away their The Indian River canal had been attempted, RmirABS, +- : r ....
lands, but not to railroads passing through but haf failed ; while the fund, indebted to 1st. The original onl-,,t offthe trust by.i 1.,
to o the amount of ihillions for the building aind fulflinent of the de,,. .. _11 ,ave been ac(i,..... : *'
them. equipment of the roads, was receiving little plished. I"1N !.. LINFE 'ONsisi'IN,, I" P.R rF"
, -.The schooner Lucy, which arrived at or nothing, fromn the sale of lands, and the 2d. An expensive litigationo' ;i vei-v Ir, _*.
New York on the 8th inst., from Richmond, great object of drainage, for the special ac- claimn t..,-!m1 -h1, f1il,1 is settled, and thus T,-
reports that oil Saturday afternoon she pass- complislnnent of which, the swamp and over- great obstacle to the occupation, the drnin ,. "ROVISIO ,_. .
+ -I flowed lands were deeded by Congress, had and the settlement of the lands is removaLS. "
ed a schooner alhore on Great E,- Ibirbor beer) almost entirely neglected. 3d. A contest between railv~ad!-anl .,l..h..r lu,...k,.,> nu.A L,, "T -.tu C.>:,,l, M,-. P,..k, l
Shoals, with distress signals .1,, ,,_. iut ow- Under all 'these discouraging circumstances claim s ia avoided, "-.% I *,I, must have i.. ,i B,..:f, f'L, .J,N Ma1tir,'t Br,:r. H a l3, b]iutlJ ,
ing to the hlavv sea .could reader no a -is- the steady effort of tho trustees has been to finally in either invalidating ;all i.,i..... i I .-.,i,,:lE,:, i,,t 'f,-,1guL, Ma.'sni ra'l,
complete the railroad to Pensacola, to give grants, bonds,' coupons, deeds and I.,;,,,, ', h,-Mi Fhlur, li,,ijltiy.M-'.l, bi',ut [deail. ('Tack>is
stance. the proper attention to the drainage so much foundedc-on the swamp and overflowed lat. -. "r Nil i1,,1-
--The steamer Zodiac, from Newberne, re- required by the health and business of the or in l.,1.,, ii the drainage policy of.,.:.' ,
ports that sIu passed a schooner bottom up State, to pay off l1,- ,.i-',ii, liabilities (if the .,, ,, s. -.. off Hlatteras on Saturday morning. The fund, increase the sale of lands, and stimulate I LI.. A first-0! s;,..i i ; ecured, wil ,
schooner hail apparently been in a collision, i",,,-**"t, ,.,,,1 development. makes t-hrough Florida he transit of ,,y,, T,.a, oI.11 fcl,i., flili, Nu,
\\ .tt, ,,, Mt% ill i.ti|...;iy to-invest even the sinking southern Pacific Railroapd, 1 ;-es .lre 1 h.' ]>.ial -
A anti-renit war is threatened on the part fund in State and railroad securifie, '..,-' continental through bills ,,* I,,.;,,;,. ,' ,!.:.i.".tl, V,-rn,.tla. Tapl,.,,:,a., Mualh,: Yeast
of those allowed to erect temporary habiia- made State scrip and railroad coupons recciv- 5th. All idea of annexati .. ,!', Alaba.... i I, "- t'll. 'at, Bi-C'arb.. o,'la, sal Sotl:%,
tions at Chicago. Thee Mayor proclaims that able for land, hoping thus to bring tlh pur- is killed. i I r.'iraa, l r t ;:r. [,r ,Blulng. Pl,,ai ,, Lve .
they nniA pay o r chase of lands within the reach of all, and at 6th. All notion of e..... .;.,L l,, 'CapitalI r r
they n,,-tpa~y 01 moe. the sarme time to place the claims against the destroyed. :.
-Gov. W armouth has appointed Gen. Jas. fund, represented by coupons, in tho process 7thl. The Stitte'r-ilroad .... i ,',. for St-., L._UORt,
Lono-street, )\ ,j .[. .I... n ,I of the Louisiana of liquidation. bonds are enhanced three-fold. .
S P,ta M1 i aud I;,n t ho in >B They have, in addition to tile special ob-. 8th L,,...1 .. ,. -. betv ,. T. ,i i ,, .: fuui ,,' ie.. i me ^oaa.fcaB, II h,:l B aud oh .rly '
diate command and supervision of the entire large proportions to secure the q nstructlon 9ft. H.art's- Canal,' G. "4. T-,ili., T(, ,; i ieIiin, Ba or'. Rye whb ,ley, 0la K ent ak y Ih)Lll
m ilitia, police and all civic forces w within the of a railroad four hundred miles I ;,,.;run- Railroad ,Pease Creek .L-!.i.'. .*:,,' ,[]' 'S S-uv',-i M a.i, P irrt a gi r ad oI Wm bI, h.,- ,' }V, '4,,y
citv of New Orleans; and has instructed him ,nig north and+ south-along the eastern.coast. e. Inland Navigatio, Com..pany grants,,", ,. i ,'t-r.
They have measurably secured, by a liberal all pBtliff the way of completion by th, L,,it 'V,,
to confer and act in concert and harmony grant, the construction of inland canals from admission of their v di.1;'y a rd tLeg- ,,.. -, !I 'ANED FRUITS, Ak e., "
with Major-General.Emory, commanding the tie St.-Johns to Miami; from the St. Johns to.-additionls to the specified objects of tlie tr-. 1 .,. : .. .
United States troops, taking all necessary the Gulf, from ono extremity of the interior ,10th. The J. P. & Ji-i.th ... pay'and i1 "i -ifeis"
CIY: a" l ..n-[i Li l f v 111.1" )lf, h,-% Pin.AtU I v.' ,P + Egg 6 P l i,
precautions topreserve the peace and subdue aae isumter- and Marion counties to tlhe iW all, i,,i. ;, t li,.. N,1. .i ,,'ih.ii,' t,.
*,nv ,r;.t n ~.,,rn o ,.rn W m v other. .They have provided for lh ih11 ,.p I,,,,,.,,,,,-- nwl r,.,..\,. "2 iui.,.i ,-- ,'} .ai, BesniLliaBean..,Ov.m:.s, illi ,n _,
anv spirt !ol turbnlenece or riot that mav "2-too .inI- u.- I... ; tit en~,unBaq v-trUbtvi
ment of the 1,Vc-.iT u and the Ocklawahaband which i .-l I' tf iU>oto11-45 c0niA pf .',1,n,1n4,f1 Milk, lBrandy P-Aa<..>o, Plickle,1 Orkt-r. "
arise. -" + + -Pease Creek. -They, h. (, encouraged the An tlit.. I hm had enagitaiifi li-ihct -e I"[u l-'i Jliv r|,ittlv -. t liunp. MusN rd, OUr.
--Il despatch froin Colum bus, Ohio, say. railroad from Toc, t,., '.I. A Iixetlin and- decree, .li.%k 1 uamt n<(,.n ilv h,.} -iA t-la" :,. 'r' '
that the republican caucus which nominated they had hoped tolfinishtthe original plan of Ittform ,ae.heuitial ,,e'n.i t t,., -- -
the Internal Improvement .\,. 1I\- ,-',:t11111 much ., n. [it r,, a-l ltirllt-v lt, I,,.h.illih.wt to PAIINTi. AND OILS,
Sherman or 'the Senate was full. the completion of a railroad fi,.,m .lacks-,,nill;, fail. .- -"i ... .. .
-Tlhe schooner J. J. Spencer, from Pensa- to Pensacola, thus stifling in the most effect. Tiir,.- ,,tIlion [.11 l.l .,iL r |rrei Ot. Raw Lln.-J OHt- .1. Ketn '* .
cola for Boston, is ashore on Cape Cod. Her tive way all talk of annexation to Alabama, come t.,,.. thi fund "-.-.,i h,,u ,, lt,.~-, 1 rl.!,. I l-, lld Lln. oil. Silrlw l T .rro-:iline. While Leadl,
pumps are frozen. and quieting all movements for the change of bly one to one-and a half, fr.,n, i,,,. ,.-I '.r,n. 1:-,.i Led, [i'^aim;in Ollalte,,ior6, i.,vtrillo'ciGtletal-
"" l ,-, ** ,, the Capitol b7 making Tallahassee the conve- ance of contracts, Lid,,. itlh. a clear balan,-I' al lt, a "l h P UIT. -
-Tile S(rgeant-at-Arus of the Louisiana nient and commercial: as well asgeographical sheet, the Internal Improvement Fund' i,.,,
House went-to Speaker Carter's house on the centre of the State, and all this from the lands be made to accomplish twi e the work a.1!..-t i WOODEN-WARE, &e.,
10th inst-,.and attempted to arrest a member, now in hand, without trenching upon-future ted to it, and be a'.,.-n,. t., thousands.-
A scnfle ensued, when a policeman shot Wal- accretions to the fund. -Hoping the above report~may partially i.,t y p,,.tt Tubs Bro.m, Sis, (l'uins, ieas--
i 1 But all their operations have been hamper- i(v a general desire for more reliable and ,.\. J3 ni,,4,stsW'i+oartlds, Ae tlelver, Maebe-',Wood .
te~r R. \M evland, who claims to represent ed and embarrassed, and the sale of lands tensi-ve knowledge about the fund, lI a-ve tl, I-Fuu'--ii. Ba-k.ts, Kev\r, Well ucket, i-lour
Sabine parish, but who was expelled by the nearly stopped, whilo the proceeds received. honor to btI, very: ,.,.tMpplv, lF: i I a 'l'i Up.ve an.d Ton
ro -vey,:rtLlhflo K.T, fPaiInt Brmh.b,?. Wh~lwah .W ush ti'tsel,
Carter faction. Wheyland died in an hour. have been consumed in litigation arising out J" J. S.rADASIS, <,'rll Brnsr', '. Du-t Bru"he. Brsu Brushp,
of the prosecution of ohl] debtA and tc:ruiii.; \ Cillti.'., noi: i,,n,.r I i ,,i I ii,,ir'i,,,i.. rrr C,,rtl "/i,.lu, Elaklng. Blrliar W ouil aa d.
-Theroi wasa heavy earthquake at Quebec liabilities, in which theclaraiti r and crndiT.. *1 \ PIy P -".
on the 9th inst. It lasted ten seconds. The of all who have ever acted in the mna+i,:;'-- SPE7T'r N'TrCES "
shock wag felt in other placoes. Tile people ment of the fund has been % it.li-nly as-;niled, i >_r--i i1i111^ -'.* OPE'ANDI C'ORDAGH.
;h~lek( lf~ ote l]::+; :?:menwhile.oftlthe legalityfud aandbeevalidityvi..e'l+of a~~eI all, the"IOPF-,DCID+,. -.
rushed fr~ntheir houses, but no damage was &UNKonIN AN EX '1 OFF. C
r e lo a grvauts of land for promotion of dtininage, re- BNINHiNA.l.NG }'I'- ian hR,,t,. Fa~re, d Pahlne;, t'otton Iee
done. claation and development, though recog- -o, : -,;: ;. Oakanl. Oenoaum.61ngwn e, .r
--Samflel R~ad, a con~dlctor on a Western nized by Judge Bradley as legitimate, have .. 'rvlne. l.>n Llu-, rCanle W,.-k. iEerofieii lct.
freight tiain, was run over by twenty-seven been attacked, tlhus so tainting the validity of D. A *Bi L E R, ::il1 i.,--i.. -"
rt these grants as almost to stol5 the work of tnm- DEALER TIN" : ....* '-
cars. lIe was cut in two length wise. provcmenfc so well begun. / FEEUD, IN -
--Snow fell to the depth of six inches in Anxious to save the fund for some'purpose SPEC1IE, E:X,_'HANG E.,N(T.i'F!..r,-',:'K A In.\N[B ,j,-:
different parts of Missouri on Thursday the more valuable to the people than to support a >,IM- r.i, N.C:- H.('rl.Oh^
11h t useless ]iti,.;alii.,n. the Trustees have. always- STT .N ,Cr S,[i' N:IT ; Hay, ('oi'u Ow1
': b e e n r e a d y -t o s et t l e a ll s u c h { l i t i g a t i o n s .u p O n . t '. lL t 'O YV + ~ }: '* '* :. ".: -
} % A Hn GTO N' January 8. A ll conferences and negoti tons, in u mn era- Ia s \g. ,t^,.,I .. .',,a ,,, ," 0,, m-Cn r ss o a .tteb s at i a let r s wih ut ei o e .. ..+ + + : : "+ P N -W N .. '
, ble, have, uaider the direction of the Trus- at_, he ,,m r. ." ', ][rq .]rB a Pr.hr* !m~ P-li-'--i :
hI the Iouse, Cox introduced a resolution tes, occurred in order to effect a settlement ....1 r lt **ll 7 .. .' ;"L: J "^,^ "- t pn"c l""' ['~ ] 1 1l*
giving t,,-l]'i_,.*. ,,, rights to the Cuban !)atri- Unwillinff to-continu~e a lirirti..)i,, .f0 cs- IN'r\TFn.T AiL~oWBD ON ].,ErP'.,S[Fr. '.. : ..--
ots. pensive, wlhich-may in the supreme Court of __ + ... .... -- s- '-
la' *zt" ndnr in a> conde, m nation o~f Oa>i. Every possible ctality *'nl I irm-,,i iu-affor-1 ..3 IItRDW r..RK-. + "- '. *-
hi t ' Seat Sclr mad a deucitr railroad policy, *o far as affects the approprla- .nf.raaan .ii 1.1 aii ..- -'. - ;:
pe~rsonf1 explanation of a recent attack upon tion of lands thereto, +pecially given for .......---\ -.- ......... '],1- iz .^. W, y.]lg -Jovi,bGrub.H.fr a~rAe.: '--
him int the :Now York Tlimes, which he char- drainage and reclamation, and 8o disturbi a S Q f G + i a r e s i' R.ilii- TIn Wa _h Baiilis, r y l'au. Wheetbar-. :--- ,.:
acteri~ed as cum ulativ o lying." policy in w which so m ,any of otir etizens have +, :,^ +- p: ,.n+ r w, St r T u k+ at b la 5LpK er t E ^ 'li ::-
In tlhe louse, Kerr introduced a .,/dl 'nt.... so^ ";" .- ........ 'nd a' th,' .xm t.e I ^^"N A^A^^ .....,,+Ia_, i1,1w^, Buekel, Dippers, Cor MIn., Coflb. -
e e u ally u n~lill ng to hr in nd illleg a l a p olhcy I f in . :i r r "liid .. ..
ing toi any person restrained of liberty the qf drYn g hc "l." fuly .... ... to!+ Gbedt4a |. S '1*'**' .- .... .-" _-.;
];.;1,t i'r appeal to tlhe United States Supreme both legal, necessary and exlpedient, the Trus-, F.[n~r'HI" vr'r, BE~rmrrr COMPnA+NY'" ,n* .... ........." TOAVCC'O AND CIGA-R, '''-: :-'-* ;;9:":
Courtrby a writ of habeas corpu~s. tees have' { far refused to involve future ad- ;: *- d-in otefn npeetltgtol rt ..Rl' I~k .as-~: ... + "' -"- ".a';"-.: "';-:'
. ,.....h,1i offeredd resolutions in~trinctino, tho t,r .,\t ,r t ,,th o,nt,.d~ ,f .t\u ,r I ,,,ty ,!. : + -- ,".. /-il,h,,'e V.rglnia Tohacco _,l.n .- >ad cadiflt Jt,,,1i.,j-,,, Committee to iuquir... ,.it,_, the:. o* ,ntst ,,,r itul, ,,,v'.,.unt :.U,t,_,,l with ,.. |. L8O. ONE MEE^TOP-BUGGYFOI-SALE, !l, NV n,1 msi] Plo'. ^ .o;,-u *,aut :-'
duct-0f iudieial ofllcers inthe]..,ui~iii n~im ,I- uf n]Llaa-tiea who inja. I'e uniklr their I'r,,-: .. ...] ... .. .. \++ T ian) SuDnn s1dftewlntrg Twob.ea In fdll, H$I- :- ..- _-


dle. B utler ob jected a n d th e r. h i ,,n w n t l .l iw u d con-,|u en ll e .. .. .... ..C l a
.haie hit-hertofailed. | A. H cOWr"E. - + U .. -.. "-. "..
"\" i .... ..... + '. B nt c nceiiy a-lifhat m .n,]y till lih uryired ] ; P .- S D R I .S. i-*
The resolution instructmng T l,- l',.,iiinittt ,.,l,jc^ oft ih IIitArn ih r..,'em it A .t1 ill1 a + U RI .
on W ays and MA eans to report :. l.,ill rupealingy be fint'vihd i t l t r ,ilin ,,I pi-wi't, i ... .. [I I ,Iltn-tt(r ,--uI r .Bel ls, Dinner ]Bf'Ji* .. "'-".-
n -..R-wAeBodyit&n-hel vi Me"Dliti-efe
the income tax failed by yeas, ,l 'nav Bs contract o and t-he min ,leti,,m l.I tl,,.. ot .B ody 'd ..... ..d D l .a P,.,'ket^ K n es.Gun l ",SaudPAIter, ery "
,, < l~ r~ l ,iil to l ', l a ,>a. thf "Tr -tl efS Siichh ls~ i F .p.- rfr th' t-.in i- u L. [J h a l h rain ."* ^ 1 r sv P B gb .T -aH
-ho~ i To' ra Ir : .. -,such.Is .3.q rl, ,2 e.- ,, : r,. ,. floth, t'r.0lT:%r, RAw Tat, P.W, B lb~}.l." [-...
M oore se bm itted a resolu tion ,.1 1 ry r ,. *i"i, aect- -,l d T.o rlm e t,, K.r d ie p,,n th are too lntln atel, al ie,1 ior IL e ,,-,. ni. -- + .-- '-
garding lands stating that the <' ii-. f bl"A'lter._ f,,||, ii., t-.. ,,,i that th,: ,,,i|.l)'leti .. l,,pt. e w ithouot ri oi:,ber.sao l for dy ftip "nia-l,:-ion.l- 4AIo,.
man's removal was an adverse opinion which railroad- ti Pensacola. the payment of all "Icy are Insepararie. IiDay bim- adlc-.i, lro, bath '
the Secretary of.the Interior suppressed arid claims and debtseof every nature and,-4ind lrritaihin <_,r -he stomaeh alM..,st luirrlallkv H,:- Othr'+l.tl, I,- i,,,_ biroitiu riletitis. all Af-
t against the fird and paymedt of ir)l-.,nQ complained by iriitlon of the temper. : .
issuedr + warrants+ for land notwithstanding t o the-fun.I-,in,, ^,rautnl.d. while th. t he ,nle,:,ratgnnga,,ndi-rau,imiizlnt, o,.,.:i.r,,,r hi *, l h o fo u "-
lrood said parties high in( the Government W il iil eii-lwfrCs .
co uld sae d c o n ct e d Wi th inth e G o v. T~ e rn m e st v a lid ity a n d p r,(Ifrimt) o f llti.. c .- ti rn tl m l ,i,. H f.lo tql r.'i B lit ets lI m ,,.t r ,,-w e rrfiil]l l, :v l l -
could be connected with the fraud. The res- for drainage and improvement is conceded in cases -of Inollgestlou. The Bfir- i04'..:ct of thl- ;'
olution was adopted. Pending- an inquiry in- and allands involved reserved for the con- agreeable-tonic i(.imnr.,rtlng LuJ encouraglaZ. .JIt'>- (C. I..'tik.
L' trol of the Trustees, they have assented to a A mild glowpervades the system, the chronic us- -:
to the issue of patents for questions of lands decree which will convey the lands now in easiness nthe r,'ln of thegstomach Is lessenrol. corner .,f Bay andl Nev, nan Streeltf..:.
was suspended and the House adjourned, p,,jc.,ijn, relvin- np, in those that are to ah- and the hL,1,-titul4'- wlii.h .hii]',tulz<.s n,,wrl"
In the House, the coinage bill was recom- crue under the Swnmp Act, for the encourage- thedisea.e \s a l.at'.i. Tts Impiovemen lis not ---- -- -- --.---- l---* ood- ,* "-,.
mitted after a long-discussion. mentofuntur,- in]provi,.cnIts. -translenu I It Is noret rie, if-d ,,v ihe return 1-,f I ods..
t Having been appointed long since one of a the old 6yrnpiorua wlih tupr-.add-d rr',.rc ae Ia s is ESNRS. G. A. PECK & CO., +S'watn Strpet, ere .
W ..C a.,.fom the Fo"th Tex s isl11 rece bln. a full line of-Illver-iplated ware.
W.T. Clark, fr;m tlhe Fourth Texas Dis- committee instructeA to secure a vigorous do- -alwaym thv- ca,,3 el unu.hrjl.-d't,.:dtlinLilaN ure Bi- rd Cagls. Ch Inrl lTeaanl nDInner setlta. Cut-glass
'trict, wag seated by a vote of one hundred fence in the Vose suit, which was pending in giren for thpe .,oiplalni. Lac:h dl.--ai E..i'-rii- %.., I ar- area? ad Ba'k,:lti', wyh addled- to their already,
and.two to seventy-nine. the'United States Circuit Court of the N.,,rth. ,p rt a ,er n-ihi t a,', ealo.,inu ..r he-.lthful li Ig,,n- fil s.to k i-_r o r
Is the Senatee Caridenter introduced a b ernDistrict of Flhrida. with ;fle urtii.W ,': &1,)u. But ih. li h,,is ail. .Tli.. iaparl,., andl :trai- ('roekeryr, lass-ware and Hous6rdr-
ate, Carpenter introduce a bill a approaching harin- upon quer-ini, ,11 tell i' h;lh-,u1 pripr miles of [he pr..piar-.l,,-e a ',b -, ',,.I %ii hJing Goodk
adverse to the civil service bill, to the effect highest importance in the absence of' the At-[ secondary Ia Imp,,n',' i.. i, [,,llrf tlrt,- If
that any regulation relieving the Executive torney-General, one of the counsel of the hr.. l^.i-,,IP..,-r,.v ,.f l.ll t,: [ -,.*,it..r, i, "':"" ,tl"U,"-keelrnt
front the responsibility for appointments im- tru.ees, and the only one rem5ainiug, UpOn brought within proper limits, r, i ir [tie bIl.,ry A, r i t:L'l nn AI:ex,:n~ie, lt,)all tocalland
os upon h ws n v o t Co conference with the majority of the trustees, organ Is Inert andtorpldltistnr,, I.tnid rr:h, i.'i., Pexsfilne Ihe skilife.
posed upon him was in violation of te Con- employed other counsel tolassist in the con- The vff,:et ttl.')n the dlsehal'giUg ,.!-WULLI.4 uaiiy ,. A. PECK & CO.,
stituti on. duct of the'defence. h. alutary, z ad In ,-idI nva r ,otr I:. i l,,nih.,l h ,:"i [h, -L.. t O,.ean S "ee .
}logan offered a resolution, which was And recently, at'er an expensive litigation aWtion Is just sufflclent to produce the deshr',1 '-rtii,.rr"- and r.ji-'ia.lei at BuAky'j.
-that has run on for .kars, consuming the r. ,ra.ihliiandwlthoUt pan The Bitter-i-
adopted, requesting the Secretary of the Ini sinkingfund, stopping the sale of lands,' and sapromotealthy evaporation.friinthtr., ... LO.EED
terror to inform the Senate whether the rail- being aimed at the validity, and legality-of which 1i r,,l,-i r I 1 11, air t nvI ,T.tril ,l 1 n T oALEF. IF'A.I R0 lAnNKS, AGENT- FOR THOE
way fromlthe mouth of the Ohio to Mobile all the contracts made for. reeJaniation and sAuddenp1- -f r.cx. i i i -j i-,rbr. a r-p Y\LL>.), l.lu anl NA!SHVII.LEFLOURT.
has been constructed as contemplated by-the improvement, and thus hai been the most to check in, IalL,,.i.l pr-'-,F'rtl..n s,... p'...l,,.." \ Corn, Oats, Bran and Feed..
serious obstacle to the occupation, improve- conge~stlo o, h ie, 0 41,dcod.T t~wt,[dr: rmmlsreevdwely
act of 1851, ,-.,,,,.;,_, public lands to facilitate nient and development of the State ; ar d i t or, the liver, co,' n id colds., T'f;'. tl, R frorr, willsireived w ly.
itswconstruction, and if not, what steps havo afterr repeatedandprntru.,,..g,. y-.-or,,c,, ., ,,1 o ,
been taken to complete it. 1the tdv~ of the of tw el employed, and as promot"., i6 ...... i. ,. 1 ";l. [wif


I


duced Senate Bill No. 11, tk. be entitled
An act relating^to the Service of Writs of
Scire Facias and other Writs. Mr..Wcnt-
worth calledt up Senate Concurretk Reso-
lution No.A' 1; that the Legislature ad-
journ sine di on Saturday the 27tl Janu-
ary, at one o'crck r. Mr, which was adopt-
ed.
Tlie L1,ei,-I i.,1 f- .r increased mail service
from "Mcllonvillh+f G Orlando was read
and adopted. / "
Resolved by/ the Senate, (thee Assembly
eoneurq.tnrv "\ Tlhat nM ,onana and T./-


I


trace tue perpetration of these forgenes to
Florida, and implicate a certain State
Judge, and a clerk in the Interior De-
partment. It is also ascertained that the
forgeries must have been made between
the years 1866 and 1869. Some of these
warrants found their way to Arkansas and
.Nebraska, and are said to be so well exe-
cuted as to escape suspicion by mere cas:,
ual examination. The matter is being
rigidly investigated, and it'is not wholly
improbable that theta Di.strict Attorney in
,Florida will have a case or two growing


and sayingy 11 Iavegt; you nowm," levtielle ioiull 90 ILIU 011 O eI>UiUtimU1,U -ii> ~ v-i^ U U. -
a four-barrelled Colt's repeating pistol at out of tli-rag rbtaat offence, before the ad- presentativc in Congress be, and they are
Fisk, and fired. Theball missed. Again Journment of the U. S. Courts at Talla- hereby, requested to urga upon the Con-
h a..e. p bgress of the United States the necessity
Stokes fired, this time with effect, for tile hXe ,"of 'an appropriation for clearing out ant
ball entered Fisk's abdomen- Fisk stag- WHAT TE KU--KLIJX Y EXPECT. rendering navigable to Choctawhatchee
geared and attempted to open the doo~r, Ex-Senator Williams. the new Attorney River from its mouth to Geneva, Alaba-
buteeiut -a crowd outside again turned General, has put himself in a position not In R-
and faced the stairs, to be again fired on to be misunderstood by the democratic further resolved, ThatthSe -ccru-
r>)T Stok-. T'Lf timee l-.,l st-ru 1- hi^m leaders in ttte South, who either justify tary o f State be, and he is hereby, direct-
.-.. Stoli.:. This ti.cthe b-ill "ti i>k m ed to forward a:eopy of this resolution to
iu tihl tirm and he fell. -,Stokes fled. The or attempt to apologize for the Ku-Klux. each of our Senators and Representative
crowd, who ha.d gathL-rli r, nill,1 the door InId a.letter to.Senator Pool, published yes- in Congres+, at an early day,- which was
buIst il andl earrid the wounded man up terday, Judge Williams announces a*It- adopted.
stuirs- to thl, parlor, where ho was laid up-' footed policy -whih the President propos- s
on the lounge. From there he was taken' cs to continue .gainit the outrages in thc TUESDAY, January 9, lb<.
to tlhe p~rivatereception room No. *1, South. He -y the government will ex- The Assembly met pursuant to adjourn-
Imd tile house sn'icu, Dr. Fi.lor, called tItnd no mercy to such offenders, and they ment.
"in. Wordl was imnu~ed-.t,:lvsent for other; need n o1,,. n* temporizing w-Atiii on his Mr. Johnson offered the following reso-
physieirnig, and Dret,,rs Wood, Steele, Part. The confessio0s in soutli Carolina, lution, which was adopted ;
Sh ..... ,, l> whr spee..di+. ........- the escape of Avery, the open ackn owl-* Resolved, Thatthe committeeappointed
..... .i.n.' e dgement of Reverdy Johnson, have gone to investigate the accounts of tax-collec-
1\ Iu kttClo..'lliq i?. tile-. f tors are erectedd to report-
S to k e \w a -a T,- t. l I./ th e ~ t a,:h -' s o f t o th e co u n try w ith a ( 'r*t 1i in -w eig h t o f "
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ .-" -, "__ --.. .. _11 -.... 0- : ... ;,. ..- 1st, Tilenames of'alltdefaultin- tax-col-
the hotel und handed over to-t-e .police./n ilntciC"nCA creating suQh a public seutit.-, I lo^ .;:
_-le few ujnutes Leftl"'(e-rvvn *eIUnl't v as neither the President, if hedared, with amounts due the state from eacti
Vnn ',111hF k 'ld Mrs. Fisk, in, .ron, tit,:Attorncy -clicral, if lie wished-
morning, "I' ""I Fik d Fisk,. : ."" if e ;, 2d,;Ascertain -whether the Comptroller
Gould, and o iher frieuds being' with him. cannot fail to act shortof the utmost. se- has complied with the law in furnishing
Tile cau se of th-e shooting is said to be %ily in the execution .f tIe la,. Tle thie District Attorney of each Judicial Dis-
Thecasedfth slotig s ai t b ;" '0~fIh ly. trict "hs wiitheil. "fde
the order of judge Brady, restraining loniencyof the United States Judge in the i tss o n eoud^
Stokes andl Miss Mansfield from |iul-,1ih- Stuth Carohna cases is a subject of not due from each;
ing tile lettt-r-? in Miss .lntM-l'? posespv- Wry favorable criticism. On the whole 3d, And if these reports have been fur-
sion, atfuet 1ina Fisk, Peter B. Si4eeney and the feeling against thet, Southern Democ- wished the District Attorneys, why they
offers, Which had an exasperating effect Nacy in their sufference of these outrage.s have not proceeded against the defaulting
upon Stok,..s, and it is believed lie was hias grown stronger within four weeks, tax-collectors and their bondsmen.
aroused to <1-spr,irtinin p.irtly in conse- and while Do sensible man believes that The following bills were introduced :
quence of Il-,, runior, gen,:rallv received ilic better'class of the South would coun- By Mr. Gillis:-A bill to be entitled an
as well-foundt.,], tiat tl- grand jury have- chancee these infernal deeds of-blood and act to requir county treasurers to keep
found an indictment ag.,in.t himu.-,l f and lleisness. yet these people must bear accurate accounts of public. monies, and
Miss ManafieM d for in ttemlpt to blaca-- tilt: odium and int political senseoare tO exhibit their books and copies thereof
mail Fisk. + -.: forced.to take' thel responsibility. The annually to theBoard of County C,,.n iss-
SDo,,cracv insist that the Republican sionera, and to Grand Jurie.
"Waahilith~is Cor respon dencs. party must father all the robbery and fraud A bill to be etitled an act to. tie p-
.. .. + 7_of some ,f its peculating. officials and if ment of costs by the counties in criminal
WASHsNGTON, January 4, 1872. this be so, then the Democrats of the prosecutions and payment of contingent
FLORIDA TAX SALE PROPER.TY. ";. North havegot a terrible dead weight on expenses of the Circuit Courts now pro-
The rce,:-ut decision of. the Supreine tht-ir ownskirts, an-i neither things pres-, viale.
Court in thl ease -of Coolsy, brought up et nor to come can givethem much hope I Mr. Sears-:-A bill to be entitled an
from tlhe I-.^. Circuit Court in South or relief. The Jack-.on county election of act for the relief of David R. Townsend,
Carolina, i. rv..ga.rd,,d Lsa final conclusion members of the. Legislature in Florida, County Judge of LaFayettc county, and
of the wvearisonmelitigkationi which has I a1 alluded to yesterday before the Presi- all other County Judge*,inillarV situated.
been going on since the war in tht:e e I ,-:, dent as an illustration of the falsity of By. Mr. Stearns of Escambia :-A bill
L" u .to be entitled an act to alter and amend
The points decided in this case, I. under- the Ku-Klux Committee. But when the Sections 12, 13 and 14 of an act approved.
stand to constitute the most material is- President himself asked, if it was. not August 6; 1868, entitled an act to provide
sue in tile suits 4,6r th- recovery6 ofitax possible that -the lawless spirits of that for organizing and disciplining the milS-
sale prop.irty iii FloriMl. 'A synopsis of county took this occasion to make a case tia ot theC :tatc.
the decision haz ualreadv ,been pblished, as the lawyers case, and also possible that 'Mr. Cessna's resolution relative to the
so. that it i aunnec-.>+ary to replv-.t it, aid those people-were not exactly prepared to J., P.A31eft o-daioady C onpanyl ma.d tie
I only refer to it lor thei lt- rl.?,, hf show- meet the consequences had the facts been Was taken itp) and read, and, on motion of
ing that the judgment of the Suprte'ne otherwise at the election, the ardent d-nl- l.Mr. Scott,'referred to the Special Commit-
Court covering the material points ati- ocratic nlember who alhlded to the sub- mittee appointed fast session to investi-
sue in F lorida, together t II % nith the hlc- 'l,'e ject did not. feel like denying thle po) i il- crate tlt. ..sd of Raid road.
(t thetN o billsno%, pending ,inthe8i' e or- pur3inghh r line of illustration in o. s^^by blll8:N o. ^ No' e so ec1 "
~~~ta merii Th ^ i pn mtl...n President, wasi glad that No. 19, No. 8 and No. 4, were read a sec-
ate, will do.ubtla:. ptlt an end t,, all con- th I ha exhibited a better behav- ond time and ordered. engrossed..
test o tit.s i this puo'p-eIty. Senator i,,r." But should outraged i in Jack-soi abASsembly bill No. 24, to be entitled an
Sherman's bill whichli ht been reported comntv be repeated it. Will conclusively act. to alter and amend Sution 12, 13
from the Finance Conitnitte.sand,"os\"'' ,how the real purposes for wNhich' peace d'd d 14 of an art approved August 6,1868,
on i ..s third r idiin t. p.. .. rand good ordj;r have straingely become a I|naitled an act to piro -lide for organizing
Jn --' n "m p .. t i rte- | democratic policy. "'+td disciplining tii-e Militia" ufd the St.r ,.,
dempttou and sale u~t lain. V u v ./l,.......... .. wa3 read the first time and referred to
te Ulid, S li/,.,, Ind>: t 4.1 di'r.I tax d CONFinM\TiON.-Hion. (et. E. Weut- Co(miittntceonMilit '
law. ilhe :wntr thereof or Iliri or- lhir ttorth, aplpiuted Postmaster at Pensaco- AIssenmlly hill No. "25, to be entitled an
lelidt repr,:seutativc- is requir-d t,.i apply In, ha beeu'eontirmed by theSenate. Mr. act for the relief of David R. Townsend,
In b en co fi me b t e en te M County Judge of Lafayette county, and
for redeumption ,,,;//hi.,.. ,,..,' tlr the, We lntworth nowr-epre-enta E9cambia coun-n ali rCounyJud i l t
passage of til be retained by the Unit:.-d Staltus, Sti :.. the Commiltrie oi clninl-.
rented or sold at public auction. Tl,: It.- I I '- K aEroLA MrNiP.t ELECT"iN.-An k assembly bill No. 211, to be entitled an
gral ov n>-." ait thc ltini,. ut" s.- 1ien.-t p1) to e'lctiou took place in Pensocola for Mayor ]act for ttlepaven;nt. of costs by the coun-
ihe United S:Attea ththre l ta en-e 2d inst., and result- Lies in criminal prosecutions and payment
the laud4 by the act of 1862, together ed in the election of tile republicans icket, of contingent expenses of the Circuit
V, iCourts now provided, was read tile first
with the 6,_,t,; of adv,:.rti.ing, noil sale. There were three candidates in the field time and referred to theCOmmittee ,-11 Fi-
and otherI'eherg'es with iuter,.-t on tlhe for Mayor, viz. E. Haines, republican. nan,. and Taxation.
tax' costs and charges of ten pe-r cent. per Beij.' Phandlers, "Citizen- candidate" Assembly bill No. 27, to bc entitled an
annum on the tax, from t hr-d.ite ,,r fiing an IF.C. lHumphrey, Independent. Iaines lact to require Coanty Tri:-aeur,.:r- to keep
thesame, and on th~e osts fro0m tie ,dte was elected by a handsome plurality, re-I accurate accounts of public monies, and
tnb-'a 'm 'e and on tle 'costs from tlhe &lite to.i e % li .1 1 I to e hit tei r books and copies thereof
.oYf sale, and upon another c.ilt rges l-gal- near ..."ly as many votes ali bot h the !i annually to thie Boards of County Com-
V luade fronm the time tht-v :att.ehli. Com e candidates together. I soners and towGrand Juries; was read
pen-ziticu tfor imnprvvment- i):>d" since .... .-the first time and referred to the Commit-
...... ,-11 .... DE.ATH oF LAuRA FAIR.-A San Frau- teeon Finance and Taxation.
the tax s ltl, n l]\%LII ", ll exist, i[ all
t 'e a ..l,,a~l -'"ln. "--le.,tit "cisro dispatch-, dated January 6th says. 'Under a suspension xvf the rules, Mr.
Must bic aid to the -United St att The 7 [
": +" It h at Mrs. Laura D. Fair, who' murdered
mustbcpid~oth Unted t~sThe^ Ms LuraD. Firwhomurere I Johnon offered tile following resolution
value of such improvement ia- t, 1o.1 as- Col. rittenden about eight months ago, n J d th f r
ce y Of an .. .. -ii I and was convicted and sentenced to be Ke ve btheAssem ly th Senate cncur-
"i~iii i i^ [... app..i.>.i..ii[ .. .i ,Iangd did in her 'prion-.ell in San ..'in, That the report of the Committee on
resident frei'chlcr: ,,t thl, ....unty, to 1 t? ; Surd .Dec -br^ 30. Equalizatirion ror tf heyear 1871 be adopted
appointed b,1y th:. U. S. (.'ircnit Judge. nd approved ,; which was read and
The Comni-l;i..>n-r ot internal Revenue is --Pc Lninsters are hereafter to receive adopted. -
auithorize,1 to rehfiat- the title of the U. n lutilattI curreluwv, under the new regu- The rules being unanimously waived.
-, except when such lands are Used. for latiosiu paynI'."ent, of stamps and stamp- Mr; Osgood offered thie following rcsolu-
+ biy pa-s ,e[': Sen:it,<., but ivh,.rth-.-r' it will Department. / .i,. on the Board of Equalization of the