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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: February 25, 1905
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 09716137
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System ID: UF00075915:00016
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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:' i 15r The banquet tendered the Weat Palm the members of the press and citizen's ,: I The current number of the New York been bare. This caused a diversion of

: beach Volunteer Fire Department' by the ::committee the audience >retired. Covers Among the. popular East Side hostelries Commencing next Tuesday, and, last. Fruit and Produce News contained the Florida goods from one market to ah

'. business men of the city, at Schmid's were laid for forty six, and a tempt. which have been filled to overflow. Ing until Saturday' night West Palm following: other, which is unnecessary and unprof

;, Cafe, last night: was one of the happiest 11.14 supper such as none but Mine Host i Ing this season Is The Hibiscus, situated Beach people will he able to enjoy Rid. ''Walt r Hawkins, general manager itable. If New York ran .take 3.000'' i

I events that has occurred in the Cottage Scbtnid can prepare was enjoyed by the : only a abort distance north of'the Royal dell's Big, Free Street Carnival, which of the Consolidated Fruit,! Company, of packages/ of goods and sell them at a

". 'City In. many years. firemen and their guests. Cigars fol- :I Poiuciann. For .several weeps this house it is said, is one of the best that has: ever Jacksonville Fla., was a caller at the good price why ship 5,000 packages and1
,A few minutes past 8.o'clock the fire lowed and an hour or more of social intercourse I I has been full and has been compelled} to toured the country. News. office Wednesday. Mr. Hawkinswas weaken the market? Why not ship the' ,

f department, twenty-four strongleft the was enjoyed. during which I turn away scores 'of people who sought There will be many shows that will for many years in the railroad business other aooodirect from Florida to other .'
f' fire station donned in their new dr all.nlfornls. time many hearty cheers went upfirst for comfort and entertainment under ita attract everyone; and the small boy, as in the South, and it brought him markets, and thus equalize prices: and' z'k I
and, with their new hose reel, Chairman Moore, then for ''Mayor Cur. ,r roof. well as bin papa Tlnd mamma and big Into close touch with grower and ship conditions? l'

r proceeded down Clematis avenue to Narcissus tie, Chief Cheatham 'Landlord Schuild I This Is the first season that the hotel sister, will be delighted. All this week pers of fruit and produce. He learnedof 'As a r representative of the shipping "'J

street where they were treated to President Gruber and many others. : has been under the management of Mr the carnival has been holding forth in conditions which affected the probable interests the Consolidated Fruit Company J t"

\ i -dt drinks from the handsome dada Before the conclusion of tbe evening's J. C. S. Tlmberlake..and is the first season Miami. and this is what the Evening marketing of Southern fruit and truck, proposes to invite the buyers to "::1
fountain in Riegal's pharmacy. Prom festivities, Chief H. C. Feroe of the Tit- "' that it can be truthfully said that It Record of that city has to say as to the and this experience now stands him in its packing-bouses and make them feel i

p .this point they murehed In twos tdttcbmid's. > oil' N. Y., fire department, was called 'I" baa been a pronounced success!, but it is merits of (he exhibitions: good stead in his present position. In that tbe company ia prepared to' furnish f r')
in the Jefferson Block where, upon and made a brief speech commending -,'safe to predict that it will nut be its last "The carnival that has given( so much reply to the quenilon. us to what the Con. them with the stock they want, and at

they were met by many of the leading the local. firemen, admonishing them (I successful seasod if it longer remains pleasure! and wholesome entertainmentwill solidaud Fruit Company proposed to' prices which will governed entirely ;! '
busl!ness men of the city and greeted with to still greater acrievements: and eomuraging under the s.imo management. The table remain here all this week. do. Mr. IIwkln said: by supply and demand. Another\ important \ ;d

cheers th .t were calculated to make them in their great work. I and service of the Hibiscus are excellentand : : "This will. be welcome news for the 'Our company has been formed top item, and one which I think p r Vii(
, them feet the heroes that they have many Chief Sheldon of the Beach Club fire the management is the toast of the people of Miami, There has been a great ace Florida products in (the bent. markets will appreciated: by the bu>er as well. rrr

times. proven themselves to be. lepartment, closed: tbe speech-making I, guests. many who have not been able to see this at the best time. The company as the grower and shipper is to adopt

IN THE DINING-ROOfif. part of the program with a fe..wltty remarks I The' Tropical Sun congratulates Man- carnival who desire to do 10, as it Is the represents ..chipper along the East Coast standard, uniform and attractive pack- 'y't
( ?--".;. which created a pandemonium of : ager Timberlake, and wishes for him the only first-class carnival that has ever visIted of Flori la and at other points, and it gea Our people have' begun t'o leant ; 'j'
t 1 eeidaen'a' Dr. E. T. Moore, the chairman of the augbter. And thus closed the firemen's continued success he so richly merits. I our city and it is. worthy the patronage proposes to have such goods as to'ma. that an attractive package: with goods
'.," committee invited' the firemen banquet, which has established in Florila .of our best citizens: ; ,All of the toes, bean cukes and other goods properly put up in the best possible manner must

into tbe dining-room and as they stood a 'new and very appropriate precedent 1 Robe and Mandy will take a trip to shows are cleat, attractive and i interesting packed and put up in attractive inevitably bring profitable results.
around the tables they listened to noth- that should be followed out We have had of 'I am visiting a number of Northern
aa long :Coney, Island for the amusement of all 'Dd. without one objectionable feat- packages. years experience : :
I" ....g but words of commendation from as time and fire departments last. at West Paint Bench's Big Carnival. Feb. : lireWe! especially. recommend the pro. ; in the handling of perishable .markets to find out whether our people G fl't

t' the business men assembled. THOSE WHO HELPED: I 28 to March 4 inclusive. gram of the Holy City as being one of goods and we know what Is required to ...i1IloRe anything by having crop*comer
The 'first'to speak was Mayor G. G. I l litter because of the recent frost. Solar .
Florida to tberu..er ,
Those who of their toward the very beat on the list, but each show make products profitable
means
Currie who paid high tribute to the lad gave i I; believe it has been good thing. If
and well to the a
making a for the fire laddies Stove Contest Ended.The will try and outd the others In the way shipper, aa : as it
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dies. Mayor Currie was, as i member of and purse of of attractions So: look for a lively time buyer. We will ship two grades of goods, there bad been no frost there would he- }
to them mark -
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the committee from the Board of Trade : : a appreciation great stove contest which\ created thousands of 'tbi,,' }
and choice almost packages coming to
tonight cud
for their heroic work appearedun go to the carnival. It is too : a fancy a one as goodas
i one of the originators of the West Palm : such wide-spread interest for the past good to nils." the other market in a frozen and worthless condition ,
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the subscription list in tbe following _
r Volunteer Fire Department, and on this several weeks came to no end at the 'The Consolidated Fruit Company and tbe farmers and shippers would
i ocvehion he recited a brier history of order : hardware establishment of M. E. Gruber I Attention, Tourists I II will endeavor to distribute the crops to no doubt be disappointed with their re- i I
their organization their struggles and Geo. G. Currie '10. Wednesday evening, Capt. Geo. E, Andrews better advantage. Heretofore some of turns. Those with whom I have spoken 'r
I M. E. Gruber. $to. the number and I Make your arrangements for the sea believe that later on tbe market will do V !
ultimate In attained holding lucky
. their victory having nowl Several furnished the markets had more stock than they
C. Stowert $ son 1905-6 cot. better because of better weather condi
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he be the/ highest position being awarded the halld"oalecook stove. .
what believed to ) from could take while other markets have tions.'
to for'
'ii. reached by a volunteer fire department G. G. Slroh Co $to. The drawing was under the supervision tages $1 JO $400 the season- U____ u,_,, rtr '
Broadwell & Moore, f 10. Ready for occupancy November I. Address ,t'' Ir
in tbe country. Their work of of Mayor G. G. Currie; while the ,
ubdning the flames on the night of Feb Carl Schrebnick & tickets were drawn /from the box by little Florida.Lock Box 419 West Palm Beach MATTERS OFLOCAL PARAGRAPHS j'i"'
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16 spoke louder than the words of an- Helen Kaufmann seventh
orator and stood as a monument to theIr Brauning Bros., $10. ticket drawn out contained the lucky Old Maids Monday Night.The INTERESTCondensed PURELY PERSONAL : 4r}
and their' The Mayor Dade County State Bank, $10. number, which was 5651 The sixth I ',
:efficiency ,. loyalty '' Old 'Maids' Convention which II I ,1 S j',I
anecdotes but his Miller Co. 'g. ticket was number 146 which was held i
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told many interesting was in this
FO successfully given
Tropical Sou. publishing Company, $5. city News Paragraphs Per- People 43 They Come and Go- : '
. speech from beginning to end was ant by H. Putnrm, and tin fifth ticket taken early In the reason under the auspices of
t\ J illustration of their efficiency and a rendering Dean Publishing Co., $5. out was held by Wash!>IJrn & Hewitt. the ladies of the Congregational. church taining: to West Palm Beach People Whom You Mayor 1\h :t; ,

of thanks upon the part of the Tbe Slrkin Co., '5. ThU was one of the: most interesting will be repeated at ZapPs Opera-House and Vicinity. May Not Know. 'r,] 111 <

citizens ot West Palm Beach for the best A. G. Rlegel $10. contests ever held in this city, and for next Monday evening by he I same cast. v \,
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piece of fire-figbting ever witnes-ed in Tropical Heinij Real Jio.Estate Exchange '$to. the past two or three weeks. the salesmenin : The play will be given for the benefit of Everybody should see the Great Train Mr. Oscar T. Conklln of Miami spent !t@4!

this city or State. Ben H the Gruber establishments. have been those who suffered losses In the late fire, Robbery at the Carnival Feb. 38 to Wednesday with friends in the city. D
Doster $3.
Mayor Cunie was followed by Ben II. kept busv handling the rush'of business and the cause-to say nothing of the March 4 inclusive. ,
G. W. Idner & Son Mr. toP
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Philip Heslington
I Doster and W. I. Metcalf both of whom incident to such occasions. merit of the entertainment-should insure !gone

W. Wbllldin. f 10.J. Wanted-Woalan for general( house ..lm Beach on an extended: : "Ialt.-Mi.. )i"
weie thankful that the city bad been B. McGmley, $a.I. desiring a crowded, house. Many new specialties work; must be good cook; white pre. ami News."I
saved from the fire fiend, and were loud All ; should will be introduced and the en-
W. Saunders. |3 50. address or call on the Realty ferred. Permanent place if satisfactory. Mr. George O. Butler of West Palm
in their 'of the fire department. tertainment will be j
praise those
interesting to
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T. A. Feaster, $a . Moore Chairman of the c1tizen'acommittee.hich working; :1
Dr. as who witnessed its first production Secure
a consisted of himself, C. C. Cbillingwortb, $J 50. Palm Beach. Fla, n9tf your tickets early for there ia sure The large three-story frame buildingon in Ibis end of the county and,spending I

I. C. Showers and O. O Cunie-then For Sale To Rent, Boar-dlng.Furnlsh- to be a full house."Sermons upper Banyan street, owned by J. C. I his nights in Miami Miami I Record. 'tw {
.', stepped to the front and strongly supplemented I DIVINE WORSHIP TOMORROW .ed'Rooms and Rooms To Let cards at Lauther, Is being torn away and will be H. C. Feroe of Tivoli, N. Y.. arrived I:,

the remarks'made by the pre. Regular services at the Congregational! The Tropical Sun officer. I read It. At by Idner'a the Devil." See It- of rebuilt the city.on another lot in a different part : In the city Thursday night and will be """ "

ceding speakers. He f It that there was church tomorrow morning and evening tbe.guest of his 'friends, Mr. aud Mrs. ,
citizen of West Palm Beach -- ----- In the stove contest at the hardware F. O. Green, for several weeks. Mr. ;
4 ;( ,not a single at the usual hours conducted by the "
i i/Y who did not thoroughly: 'appreciate tbe pastor Rev. F. W. Weatherwax.: : Mrs, FLORIDA IS FULL establishment. ol M. E. Gruber tbe Feroe is chief of the fire department (in ,
t -work of the firmen. Concluding his remarks Grace Cannavan wilt sing at the morning holder of the lucky number was Capt. his city in addition to being a very G
I the doctor banded to M. E. Gru George: Andrews. Tbe drawing took prominent business man.
service.
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bee President of the department, a OF WINTER VISITORSAlthough place on Wednesday evening when the Mesdatues Burnham Gruber and Rie- !W;' .
which had been subscribed Usual servcewill be held( at the handsome prize was awarded to the '
check for $19 43, gel entertained Mrs. C. C. Holbrook, of .' (<
by the citizens and business men Methodist church tomorrow morning and happy winner. Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs. J. D C. Morris, /' II

as a small token of their appreciation evening at It and 7:30: o'clock. conducted the exodus will not
lie arced that this be accepted by tbe by the pastor Rev. Dr. Henry IIIce. earnest for a little more than a month been into Tropical Sun to express: : to the membersof four-seated drag on Thursdayevening ,,a 1'?;
department and that it be used as might The public cordially invited. I the railroads are already beginning to I ally pouring the Land of Flowers I the fire department and others who Feb. :33. Luncheon was served' ', ;'.1 rpl

be deemed expedient by the departmentas Regular services at the Baptist make plans for transporting the tourists! the travel to Cuba i* heavy and assisted them their! sincere appreciation en route, hot peanuts being the,Iit > s.1\\
J a whole. Accompanying the checks church 811I follows: Sunday-school at I i now in Florida. and Cuba back ta tbeir' there are-, ?>ore tourists in Thomasville, for the efficient service rendered on the course followeu. by edibles suitable for I
the subscription list giving: the at for instance than there have ever been occasion of the burning of the hotel on t.. \) e
i i was 10 a. on., preaching every Sunday homes in" the East and West. It is believed the time and place. Jollity reignej sij-.
4-. i-. nacjca of tbe donors and tbe amounts 11 a. m. and 7 p. m., children' meet- that there are more tourists ia before in the history of that city Feb. 16 They also feel very grateful: to preme. The personnel Included Mrs:,? i,; i. "

. ;" subscribed which is given below. Ing every Sunday at 3 p. m., B. Y. P. Florida now than there ever have been "The transportation of !base tourists Mr. Robert Markland to..hom they feel J. C. Holbrook, MM. Morris, Mrs. Ever-"r.fJ, 1
The original amount subscribed was U. every Sunday at 6:30 p. m. Prayer before at this season of the year. back to their homes will necessitate. a that they owe their lives for his promptness ett, Mrs Hatchett, Mrs. Bnrnham, Mrs;, \14 "

.i57. but the cost of the supper was meeting every Wednesday evening at Certainly the East Coast has bad its heavy movement of trains in giving tbe alarm. Gruber and Mrs. Rlettel chaperoned by ""W'' "

1 $7-S7i, Caterer Schmid having furnished \p. m. A cordial welcome ia extended share of the business and has smashedall "Where din all the people go before Mr.V.. M Brown President ol the ex-Aldermsn M. B, Gruber. which gave i .:l i I

,.' the spread at actual coat. to every one to all of the services. records. The great hotels at Palm they began coming South?" asked the Fort Dallas National Bank, has offered a the correct form to the evening. drlv ."w '" ,; ,
FIRE DEPARTMENT ACCEPTS.As Beach and all of the hotels and boardinghouses News mAn. "Well It Is hard to say. prlae of $15 in tbe Woman's Depart Tbe only regret wen that'our honored 1 ;
President of the West Palm Beach Services at Holy Trinity Sundays I in this city have had all they Many of them went to California. One ment of the County: Fair, for the best guest Judge; A. J. Lewis, owing to his ''I, "

Volunteer Fire Department M. B. Cru- Celebration 7 a m., morning prayer ,, could do to accommodate the great multitudes reason that they are coming\ South .in water-color or crayon portrait of a Dade loyalty to the "Father' of his Country" 'I(
<: ber accented the gift and in a few well- and sermon 11 a. m.; evening prayer that have come this way. A conaervatlve such large numbers is that the railroads county lady. The size of tbe picture and the fatigue of tbe day passed on'the I

.L chosen remarks.. assured the citizens that and sermon 7:15 P. m.; Sunday-school estimate would place'the excess : : have provided very fast through schedules must be 18x14 inches, and the work done east side prevented his being out ,in the
tbeir expressions: of gratitude were appreciated 9:30 a. m. Fridays: Litany, 9 a. m.; of tourist business here this 'I1.lIn and the most luxurious trains. For by a lady resident of the county. The night air Tbe invitations were written;" ,L

by the members of the depart Celebration Holy Days, 9 a. m. over all past seasons *t least 35 percent.It instance, one can leave Chicago on one premium ia a liberal one, and many will on scarlet paper with white.inks, ';!

ment. President Gruber's speech of acceptance At the Episcopal Church of Betheadabythe can no longer be denied that Palm of our trains at 1:15: p.m. and be in Jacksonville doubtless enter the contest Tbe ..Mbson "I\;\:.?

was loudly cheered by the .Sea there will b* morning prayer Beach Is, for three months of Jhe; year, : at 7:55: p m. the next day without style will be particularly ell'ecttre.-. Christian Science Services., '\

members of the department and bjr tbe on Sunday, at It o'clock* and sermon by the social Mecca of tbe United*States, leaving his car except to go Into the" Miami\ News: First Church of Christ, Scientist, np, t t

guests assembled. Rev. Charles Teinrple.' Tbe steamboat and should travel Increase this way for dining car. Yon can leave New' York : Don't miss tbe Poses PUstlque, pronounced stairs in Masonic Temple 'west of Bank, I,

Following! President Qruber's speech Palo..Beach will leave the wharf of the the next few years 'as it has. within the City on our Florida abet West Indian' by the press and'public to be on Clematis avenue;,,West Palm Beech:

I the, firemen! were Invited to1, eke seats Hotel Royal poinciana at 10:30 for the past two or three yearn, it will become Limited at <):35 a.m. sod take :a: o'clock: the moat charming and refined feature Sunda".r+ice.at3p.m.Sunday-school: ,IJ u
at the table anti partake of ,he bounte- church,'retntntn ,,after service. the greatest 'resort on earth. !lunch in Jacksonville'the next day. : known to the twentieth century. Will I at tJO p.m.; testimonial meetings at 7:30: *'* AI. ,'

; "* ,ous repast that bad been prepared.With "Florida ,Is just full of them," said I ,"A few years ago such schedules were positively appear at West Palm Beach's p.m. on first third and fifth Wednesdays-/ "a! ',rk
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I -the exception of a few guests, who had J. B: McOlnley, undertaker and sim- Mr. W. H. Leahy, division passenger unheard of and would have been thought Big Street Pair Feb a8 to March 4 Inclusive. in month'. All ire' cordially Invited' tcf* >.t ,'

been: especially invited by the firemen. baalmer. West Palm Beach. Fla.' agent of the Atlantic Coast Line to the impossible.' f these servl ea. !fl i

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I\'I" ;''i',"'; l-lonear Paper of D de County, Florid.. Well Known Insurance Man Shoot THESIBKIN I

,',f SEE COPY OF LEASEGiven Atlanta Himself Feb.Through 25. -:Charles Head, Arnall ra +, a Terrible Charge
PublUbed and
Every WedncBday Saturday
,\; one of the best known Insurance mei f
.;.,, 0" a T WIST P ALM .IRON DADS COUNTY FLORID* r In the south, committed suicide ahortl: ,CO.

.," Foster In Regard To The after 6 o'clock Thursday morning i' j l'' ,
to nen-
ia enough keep any
his residence 17 Baltimore block.
t I, SCBBCR1PT1ON! PR1CE2.00- : PER!: TEAR. Osage Indian Oil Lands. I Mr. Arnall killed himself bY' 'shoot DRESSERS TO 'MEV e' Bible person from buying; "

'I'J ing himself twice In the head. 4 !

{; Tropical Sun Phullshlng Comp'y OTHER NATIONAL CAPITAL NEWS II killed Just why Mr. Arnall should havi St s HARDWARE
himself la not known.
{ a? '" CRAS. B. KENDALL Manager.BBtercd :
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He had business
a
: prosperous being t'
\\ Officer of General Fltzhugh Lee Confederate -I agent for the Phoenix ''Mutual, lf OUTING SHOES No matter how Rood; An article

;"f I!, ,f t' .t the PoMiifflc of Went P..JI Beach. Army Corp Will JP, pre- Insurance company, of Hartford. -r'' t run vtw', it is only right to sell I it

i J ; ; .0 aecoud.clura, mutter. ent at Inauguratlon-Senatr Passes Ha was a Virginian was a. brave ., l

l 'f"'l iI ''r Panama Canal Bill I confederate soldier and was a,'wan 01 ;. .1 AT A FAIR PRICE t ta

:I;, ": THE,! SOUTH'S PARAMOUNT ISSUE. a genial! disposition. He was an un<, Were Your Feet a
; I usually gentle natured man and had k full value 'for y
I Washington Feb. s 23.-The house Whnl'u more |tt pays to give every ,
In his address Guv. Fra-
ty: ; ?. inaugural/ committee on Indian affairs today thousanda of friends: Ever Tickled P ,!; cent people spend ,with, .yon. We've always,wongoo'd
:E; "zIerofTennemePueedtbislanguage; :. drafted a substitute for the Stephens' I He was not an aggressive man, sn steady way. !
) j I "F'r' t of all, let us be patient and eortary resolution of on the Inquiry Interior directed regarding to the the had lived offices quietly at 409 and Gould comfortably.building. HoE They will be, and iu a most pleas- ..._ 'Bee the I hardware we have. to.offer. If oa'l'be'p4Piieantly '' '', -

t// steep our heads. Upon the supreme Foeter lease of Osage Indian oil lands MURDERS lop<; WilY If you wear one of nnrprlHeii.Ha .

,; t question which touches our racial integrity and authorized the reporting of the TEXAN > WIFE. '
h OUR SHOES.
substitute. The language of the substitute tehett DaCamara
.Iti! ; ; and supremacy let us give nil Is that the secretary of the Interior Filled Hed Body With Buckshot. I-j ,

mankind to understand that there : Is hereby requested to furnish Posse (hunting for Man. +

;:)l m ;Ii J" ., will be neither compromise nor the the house with all convenient speed a Tyler; Tex., Feb. 23.-Two miles! In Elk Solesor Hardware Company
4 copy of the .lease ;;Dade: between the east of Garden Valley, Van Williams, ,
Shadow of and tbat the Wholesale-Retsilera of HardwareWest
turning chief of the Osage nation of Indians 'a' white man, shot his wife with Rubber Soles

: f H' ; white people of the South must and and Edwin B. Foster on the '16tb .: load of but kshot. She died Wednesday Palm Beach. Florida

'I .. .' :.will'preserve' tbat civilization which day of March 18SN5 and a copy of the evening. Williams' directly after and .LeatherS, les .
\1 } departmental approval thereof; also the shooting, left. heavUr: --jl.rmed;
'baa made them,as a race and a peo- copies of'all forms of subleases granted and asserting that ha would not betaken --- -

: i'' i ple.etrong and great. Let us, with under sold lease, also a list of "all alive. A pease of citizens ''of In any Color and
!i. aub-yeasee which have been 'submitted the community soon'''organized to pursue ,
patience bide our time and if theJ" to the Interior department and approved him. He was trailed to the bottoms Material and .

,.l I +J issueupon these questions come then and a list of all leases which of Saline creek where 'the huntIng ,
I have been submltte dto the department party now think they have him AT OUR PRICESNot l<><><><>-OOnUItIUARU'f'S
?.J (let us calmly nod with dignity and 'i
and which have not been approved surrounded. New forces were organ. Palm )bench' Prices.
:, firmness, stand upon our conutitn ; and also all documents and ized at Llndala this evening and have Want Palm Beocb. February W, 1908 it

,J') tionai and demand whatever correspondence pertaining thereto. started, on the hunt. "
'I'i 'I rights, The drift of the Inquiry was made! Williams is the son of Levy Williams THESIRKIN .. ASK FOR .'Qi ;',',
meted out to us, shall be given; InS an old and highly.
on suggestion In the committee that respected
like tenor and effect to all other seer the Stephens resolution contained inquiries 'citizen of this county. No cause for CO. BOSS & SONS (;'(

,, 'l on maters which the house had the shooting has been given. }rInd
tious of UNIQTJF BISCUITS (
; our country o. :
i I, 't, J no right to ask of any department secretary I Jefferson mock '
and also that its original form I Officer Killed by.Indian.Slloam get a full-weight package of the oldest' ; soda biscuits you ever tasted ,0 ?:,'
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t.t y It is expected that there will be a would make it subject tp a point of I Springs Ark., Feb. 23.-John West I'almlleach t ,, f' n -NO SHORT WEIGHT Uxln* your pocket to pay for the fritty t.'
order in the house to prevent its adop Henry Vier, deputy United States and expensive magazlue advertising in which (be cracker trust tries to :"
"" ? determined flab-tin; tbe Senateagainst tion. marshal of the Indian Territory, has make you believe that no one else ''can make such biscuits as they ''J

t 7 Senator Scott's, bill for reducing the All of- the officers of the general been shot and killed In the territory, hoodwink you Into buying. I

{ \ h cavalry regiments to ten, thus cutting Fits" Hugh Lee's corps of the confederate .16 miles west of heje.'by Charles Wick. -- Next lime you are la the store ask any of tbe clerks to weigh for ;.
/ army in the civil war who can ley, a Cherokee Indian. Vier, with a I
J"it' you a package of Unecda crackers, and :THEN COMPA.KB 'IT with the
,, ; (: them down one-third. HIli well be in Washington March 6, will give posse, was hunting hog thieves and l\\"
\1' a weight of a 5 cent package of Unique Biscuits and theu compare the '
known that the cavalry service' in their (former commander, a complimentary stopped at the home of an Indian by 8 :;,
r.c'' + dinner on that date. The arrangements : the name of Hog-shooter. WIckley I taste of the goods. Be your own judge and jury of the values of these X,,
: preferred to either the artilleiy or in goods. Insist upon having the Unique; Biscuit and get all that to 'M-'
are In charge of the committee II was an adjoining room. Vier
,i f" infantry by the army officers and on which Captain R E. L.. stepped to the door to Investigate I coming to you for your money '
,
\) Mlche, of the general la chair when a shot the ('
) t men., Senator Scott claims I that ten staff was fired bullet piercing I
man. the heart of Vier, causing Instant ;
\\! regiment; of cavalry will answer all Stuyvesant Fish president of the IV death. Wickley escaped. He Is L. w. BTJHKHARDT .Finest Groceries n:

\;' purposes of the United States. CUV- nols Central railroad read' a state. wanted for the shooting or a deputy \"
-\'f ment before the senate committee on I marshal over a year ago. (E3?'lt will.pay you to purchase our Coupon Bookll.'I'I'
li airy is not necessary' in the Philippines interstate commerce which had the a ,

except in a .few isolated. places.) railroad rate bill under consideration. I Soldier Held! for MurCer. 1o-0-0-o-o-o ';

j Since rifles and muskets of greater Several members of the committee desired Atlanta Feb. 23.The verdict of '.,I,
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I Mr. Flab to discuss: the subject
the coroner's jury In the Inquest over r''
have been introduced cavalry
I i runge of differentials before the committee, '
the death of Charles Ganson 'a negro '
i,1, i baa gone into comparative desue and give hla: views. who was killed early. Tuesday morn: I aammmmmmnrnrormmnr wwwmwwwmwmmwig! ':

tude. Unless\ the commander In insane In tha Houss.: 'I lag was that death resulted from,';s I "
Upon convontns triay! the house cut In the throat Inflicted by a sharp I |
there will be another old- Look T17e ieqel Pharmacy
never at
i our chops and ret an
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; adopted resolutions! calling on the secretary weapon in the hands of R, F. Young, RP-
', I time cavalry charge. Then the rail .,f the Interior far I:1furmaton'! a private in the Sixteenth Infantry, petite. Tlmt'H. what they are' doinar: ,

,; roadscrossingthecnuntryiueoverymanydirectlons! as to whether any Indian appropriations -' The wife of the dead man was ordered daily for many people oDd they will I I = Clematis Ave. and Narcissus S ,
or funds hail: been expended for held aa an accessory. to the crime, do the same: for you. I
makes it possible for the support 'of any sectarian Indian I Some six or seven witnesses were == It Id sweet and delicious u.eodacenuolbeeurpaasedanywhete- =3

I \ infantry to move with ten times the schools! and also requesting copies of summoned, Including two policemen.The OUIt CHOPSare 1== =13 :i '
the original Foster 011 land lease in wife of the dead man made her E for Its. purity and sweet and, dell- ==f
of cavalry. The day of cavalry I cut from the
j rapidity the Osage reservation and for the approval I statement and charged Young with the very helOt of meat 1 f claus flavor. You cannot :J3SIqK :::
;is Not stringy, leathery stuff that look == lay, refreshed whenever drink 3 i
1 like the dAyof chivalry past. of the same. crime. Young made no statement. ri you = ,
I ==
1 of it and its effect
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a glass
had) upon you
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In the Senate. a BH they are tonah. Ours areas C M =::2'
ia exhilarating and! Invigorating./ _
A bronze bust of Washington: has Mr. Hale from the committee on Young Lady Dies of Lockjaw. 1 tender as chicken and as pretty asa == <) A good tonic to drive away that =-w 3
naval affairs reported the naval appropriation Aohburn, Ga., Feb. 23.-Miss Orella pe;>ch. They make your mouth. :::: may' feeling of melancholy whenever it2
been presented to Congress 1 by France. 24 of M ,...16.. holds you In its grasp, Is to lake '-::::
bill saying that as soon as the Hodge, years age, daughter ot water to look at f hem.and they make
I == 1J;:'" a glass of our. soda, and all will be = 2" r
The clay model of the bu tw hich is a other business of the senate would and Mrs. E. J. Hodge died hereof
IMr
permil : your eyes glisten when you taste soon for potion.! Cull on i p, replica of the original destroyed in I ho would ask'that it be taken up lockjaw. She had been ill only them, Let us send you a couple or == -.. \' au time and learn of its merits. Fief =Stvors h
for consideration. Mr. Foster ( one week. She endeavored to benda == of all kinds always. on band. =3i
the tire of 1851::;1. was found, to be intact presented the credentials of Wa8h'l nail down she found In the yard to more pounds for a meal which you 1 'I 1 rnr lit A. O. R1EGEL S

p: li at Anglers, and a fresh cast baa uel II. riles his successor In prevent the children from stepping on will en toy better than you ever did ,

q been made. France in her Rifle; to Mr. Hale's resolution directing the i It, and the nail went through her shoe before. I 7111iJIIIIIJIIUUNJIIJU111111U1/11111. 1 '/ 1 JIIJIIJIIIII1111111lIIII1IUIIAIIGRAFTED 1 ES"::

termination of the Swayne trial by I! and Into her foot. She was taken
r this country of tbe statues of Lafayette next Saturday, again went over and 111. from it, and lockjaw developed. All .

I :, Rochambenu and this bunt Mr Platt (Conn), chairman of. the that medical skill could -ao ;was unable FABER BROTHERS
special committee having the trial In to !save! her life. ,
V, of Washington has been more fortunate :
I Mulgoba Mangoes.
charge explained that the outlook for : BUDDED
sts : in her selections than Germany an early close of. the proceedings was I, Nashville Tenn. Feb. 23.-Re., ;

1 i "whlcb caused the country some em- good. He added that the managers Joshua Godbey one of the most widely ; I I 9 Largest; Collection of Crotons in the United States. Palms, Phyllan! : "
on the part of the house and counsel I known ministers of the Southern thus, eta All pot grown. Full Line of Citrus Stock \
,:I "'\ barransment by presenting a statue for Judge Swayne are expected to j I Methodist church is dead at Bethel Fancy Indian River OrangesW grown on High Spruce Pine Land. 'Addrese'

f of Frederick the Great. reach an agreement to vote on the case Ridge aged 71 years. He had been a W 1001.and netal.l JOHN B. BEACH, West Pn"m" 'Beach Flu 'ii'
by the end of the week unless the senate :: Preacher for over 50 years, and live ol i

It itself should. want to discuss the his sons are ministers. He is survived and Eggs, Dobbins .Qulggs' ",
Former United States Senator Wm. ,
matter before voting on it. I by one hundred and ten grand-chil Bread fresh every day .
:e '''E. .Macon of Illinois" Is President of The senate passed the Panama ca- dren. 0 oKORoltokoltoatOatOKQROROROR01t it0710i10itOS10iedil0i/Dk10710t10 0Y '

? the American Fruit and Steamship nal bill without material amendment. LAKE WORTH PRODUCE CO. o "0, 'AI
r At 1 o'clock the Impeachment trial Bowlers to Meet In LouTsvllle. i
Company, organized Mobile'Ala.: ., of I G. G. Strohm '
Judge
1 Swayne was resumed. :Milwaukee, Feb. 23.The American: C Ii. PRICE, Manager Company 'i '
i with a capital of $5,000,000.::> Some The president today sent to the senate Bowling congress today reconsidered Olive Street West Palm Beach.FIa o .
the following nominations: yesterday's action In voting to meet W W
of the largest/ fruit importers of Chicago J
Postmasters-Alabama: Dora Crook, next year In Philadelphia and decidedto i
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; i i, : ,St. Louis Cincinnati and Louisville Jacksonville. meet In Louisville. The vote was FHMILY GROCERIES I'
Kentucky: Isaac N. I FOR o
are concerned Bryant Cor- unanimous. SALEWest W 0 ,

bin.Louisiana: James S. Thomson, LakeCharle have Palm Beach Lake FrontA i Fancy Food Products', r r.
When you buy bread why not i
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desirable
who cairns with
A man in a neighboring town *. modorn conT4iil W
the best? The splendid reputation *itcea. Also iVHrnblo pottflfrvnice Moutholcitv. K 1
secured his wife through; a. /mutritno.nlal Majewskl's bread Is making for Itself A piano will be Hold' droop.inquire. o 0 .,
y Preacher Drowned Near Elljay, Ga. U UMHAFFKR.' Grain and .
agency ia now trying, to secure a Elijay Ga.. Feb. 23.-Rev. J. I* Anderson Is due to the care taken In baking! It WfHt I'ulnt Beach. Provisions !
Is missing and la always the best; its quality can not o 0 I
supposed to be
.divorce. Just another instance of
_ ,g drowned and now In Cartecay river, ,he excelled. Trv It, Leave your orders at The Tropical JEFFERSON BLOCK i
v finding that mail order bargains are near Elijay. He Is pastor of the Methodist Sou office for all kinds of engraved o 0 ,

ff .pot just ns represented] that ,ntnurb Episcopal church at Elijay but Woodlawn and monogram stationery and visitingcards. W o +

11 better grade; of the same article -1 was teaching at Oakland High school. 0, West Palm Beach, Florida, i, '
On Monday morning he left his young Cemetery 1 -11901iiemm.
j. 'r Q W could have been obtained athome. wife, to whom he had Just been married rt1o7a0iaokoaloU0710>fo7so71oiaolloSeriaolaa7/oirotlloAOSaotaoiaoSaoiaoit! 1's
Iot he obtained in the .. Uo to K. B. Porter, Olive street, for
new
can now "01U.
; Good enough for him. lie ought/ to ten months and started on horseback terr at Went Palm Bo..eh.WALLACE the famous hartford Urea.i .
to his school. Soon afterwardshis
,, patronize home industry. The homegrown R. MOSES. Agent.
P f
horse wan discovered near the ford I

s article is usually the best. of stream Big on Owltown the Dahlonega creek road a swollen three .............................. ......,.... .e
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h'J' When Gov. Lrownrd gets through miles east of EHIJay! The horse ws, 1 wlaht."lnfnrmevery. milimnf West .'uu person n /lm.rhthat within onetmmlmi I I, H. L. i
t snagged In the shoulder very wet and im hare to repair roar wAtchoa.clock. and HILLIER
+ with d-to-be-Governor Brown, had sand In his Jewelry<> HI jour eye with aituelalo or +
1 P mane and ears. ..yf.lfh....... and to noil you .anything you d
1 perhaps that distinguished g"ntie- may want in my hue. 1..11'lilt a ewhtterebioie S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .- i ;a!
Kratz Will Testify Today. but nI ornament rfHideht a proport' ,e
will know where be really lives. l owner In l".. .Cb* and |>err man Butler Mo., Feb. 23. .
-When the trial _| fur any boaine.a you mar hard : TOBACCONISTCigars :
y Madison New Enterprise. of Charles Krtaz, a former member til transact with me. WatcheR mid jewelry e
lf : .in' need. of rvvtr'ng' may Ixtvent by reglateredmailorexpme. e Gi
py I 1 of the St. Louis city council on the I will examine and romrt '
wl by return mm I.-If the piles l I. nut i Tobacco Cigarettes
i It i ia impossible a man to forget charge of accepting a bribe: while s |. you enn order the gootl re. P rt + yr rseti.feiciory Pipes, Etc., Etc. ::
member of that body convened today turned a'Ithoureherge. t have hud twon
tr that he la a gentleman if be never was the defense continued the introduction lK ty>.titf j.are.,s) In experience New York with an'I.It.mcwe:nnieof tho heat H ol"! 7. : CANDIES =. 5 u
t, of character witnesses it was announced y"ir4" head Wmchmnkev. end Optician, for '+ w A FULL tINB Op tOWNBY'S CELEBRATED CKCCOLAtES' : rc
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r ,one. Gflfonlfftr A Croehy; CoJackwmrtilo
i by counsel for the defense Them' factftntiirnt to l.*iifllolcnt asaur- : : i :
Fine line ,of latest style visiting that Kratz would' be the last witness, lens fl\la'antee that J at.Mfaction iinJcintnnd: : In my every bunhieM envE. I .. and "' : fc eldcfl0adS? soda Lunches t o.0 r d"er puring) Season ,:
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and that Ute defense would *"
I, latest In at The complete A. WALKER EXPERT WATCMTIAKER AND OPTICIAN S Ice Cream SBMiNots BL II I J.
P cards and letters Its case today. Ctr. WEST f",iu BBACH + .

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( t ::, CZAR WILL CONTINUE ADMIRAL WAS JUSTIFIED.tlorth Column l"' %*bSS" % 'tiSBeginning\ """ -- '.,. ,;'Ir'f.I';

\ f -Sea Commission Says Russian Everybody's vI

: ,: Are Excusable for Action. -. + I
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WAR AGAINST ------ ---
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! ,. Paris Feb. 23.-(A semi-official state WANTED. { :
; dent has appeared relative to the work .........-...----- SALLE : :
{i' 'of the International commission which GOOD COMPUTING SCALES. CLEARANGE :
War Will Be pressed has been A Delra fie
11 }; .: With the considering the North sea _I Write ZIU &; Green, ; 1 1r
(( Incident It 1& a* fallows-: .
",,' ,(!:; ./. Utmost,,, Energy ,, MOrlEV, TO LOAN. i
\. :; : "The :Stall commission met tills .
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I '; '' morning the ministry.of foreign affairs yOU HAVE PROPERTY THAT 1I:' r""U\ OF I \ :
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! ; aiTUATlQN IN POLAND RUSSIA and. again this afternoon. in or IF you want to Improve and need money
. ,. *er'to proceed to a final examination to do it with apply to Oeo O. Cm tie, \

Str.lksri Prevent Railroad; Official of the report recapitulating its cod Went Palm; Beach
I ( elusions. The report Is, rather long ''
,t from Operating Train*'-Memorial 'comprising .about ten large'pages., The ,. FOR-SALE.', ,' W'OOltE1\1 gf IRT5i.\ V

,t: Servlcas: for Grand Duke Serglua. Ar principal author' AdmJral Vo>1 &paur. THERMANS POINT;,, ON LAKE i

'"" i i Bald: In London, Austrian but all,the members the I Worth near the Inlet, 38 acres land. i tr
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commission ,collaborated In drawing It I 10 acres garden balance pineapples {
, !!, Berlin, Feb. 24. 3:12 J>. m..tI"he up. The commission gives no opinion 300 fruit tree., one'hundred hearing. :
,{W emiieror'of Russia has elected 1to., on the question of the presence or 40 Urge cocoanut trees. Beautiful 1:1
con'l site. One thousand feet lakefront % 27
l building
Untie the. war. absence of Japanese torpedo boats lathe .' Ideal winter home neirest best Monday February

.y Hla p <1on' Is absolutely firm and North: sea, declaring merely that ,, fishing. Apply to Box 155 West Palm ,
$'{ the: German court has been advised ID the Russian admiral legitimately believed Beach, Fla _
b :
tha\I.'I'\le., I.I that his 'squadron was endangered : l
orh'""Tax will be pres ed'',..nth' the utmost and that he had the right under /"VR'TRADE FOR NAPTHA LAUNCH -- \ .

energy the domestlo situation beIng the circumstances to. act, as he did. V/ twelve acres floe pineapple land .'.'4;

-now within \\the control of the auP. The commissioners1'refer' .to the Russian facing dress' Chits.railroad O. Williams near Deerfield., St. Angus Ad We have a good assortment of Voile Skirts trimmed with Ribbon t'ICI

P. thorities. Those who have advlseO government's engagements to Indemnify Line FU. ._ AH skirts are well made and Rood; quality for the regular priced ; but to move them out; at'once: we are }
and suggested Inquiries for Japan the victims of the deplorable +
' 1: peace ESTATE AGENCY offering the following reductions : ), ,,
'' REAL '
Incident TROPICAL .
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l@ ,,* termsthe French and BrlUsb .. i
s\'' governments are for the present silent r FOR RENT'' $4.50 Skirts for $321) 1 $0.00 Skirts for {4.50 ,
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and are likely' to remain so unle I News Not Heard In London.. \
:'' One Seven Room Cottage handsomely 5.'J5 Skirts for 4.00 7.00 Skirts for 5,75In
r ''' events of an extraordinary character t London Feb. 23.-Questioned In.the furuiabed. Lake front, located'' 300 J18.00 Skirts tor J0.50 \ '"
hake. the Russian emperor'a resoldtlodv house of. ..common today regarding the yards north of Royal Polnciauu,, Hotel. I r ,
considerations( that led t( session of the result of the Inquiry the heavy skirts, such as Broadcloths, Crevlniatt and Meltons ;.we hive only. a,few left.I The 'price's ;

,!, the, emperor's decision- U", understood Into the North sea commission published FOR SALE on these,wiH Barely move them at,once. V '

,". r here, are:., I I: today, Earl Percy under secretary East bide lake front property 'a" .. .. l
o y First, the judgment of the chiefs ol for foreign affairs said that no miles north 'of Royal Poinclnna Hotel ,1,75. ', ,,.ot' Skirts for $I'.OO' 5.00" Skirts for $4.00

the. army that Field M arena! Oyama Information xon the subject had yet small cottage owner non-resident. Will 3.50 Skirts for 'l.7u ; '6.75'Sktrts, for 5.00 r +

, ire(:': not only cannot defeat General Kuro>. been communicated to the govern sell cheap., _----: ,; $8.50 Shirts. for $6.50 Yt,;: \ 'I.t
' r patkln hut'stands' In, danger of defeat( ment. Town lots and farm lands for sale. ,' .'
,':, fclmself.! How cowardly, therefore, Write for prices. > : : ) I !)'. .

I r, for Russia to ask for mercy with al' RUMORS' OF' BIG BATTLE., Cottages and hotels for rent, .: ) f ,II\) .' I

th men and money essential to car, W.; I. Melcalf; Manager, ,, -, ,': .., )
"i'. ry on the war.,* 8*. Petersburg. Hears that One Is In West Palm .Beach, Fla.PROFESSIONAL ... 'I ., '\

.y;' (Second-- all the forcea of criticism Progress Near Mukden.St. .-..- t.

'r now. directed .against the governmentfor Petersburg' Feb. 23.AWhoughthe CARDS. : : BRANNINC BROTHERS S

I;. ] having fought rather than yield city continues .full of rumors thata I -r,
to. legitimate interests and for taring -': big bmattle la proceeding below I LA W. 1 1Lades'

.. 'f Jled to win victories would b<, Muk-den the war office does not offeran Outfitters: ; ,
f'' 'continued with added fury against th< confirmation of the report. c. C. CHILLINGWOIt'lM

'i"y' government that adopted war and Special dispatches however, a*.well 5-

"\;:." then betrayed the _country. A goy as can be Judged by the mutilated ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR. e

j;)', eminent that would crave peace oi manner in which they were'allowed to West Palm Beach .- 'la. $

,<.+. Russia' enemy while still capable oi pass the censor, portend the Imminence J
would be the extensive operations. The O. G. cuicuiK
wining victory giving GI eVwwwwwv a4rr' '0/0r ifs
party of change genuine grounds foi Japanese are showing activity on both and Conasellor-iit-Law
a revolution. I flanks and the railroad has again been Attorney '_n" __ ___. _
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WEST :PALM BEACH FLORIDA : :\
The facts of :the military situation damaged by a raid- of mixed.Japaneseand etSMa Ilyou; woow pc ; rt ,:t---- '

', love .of country and arguments of expediency Chinese bandits H. ItKANNING, ,., ,..tJo Buffalo Gasolene MotorA '. {J

were all against peace and In diplomatic circles a story la now ,1V ;your ground, /IIUie "
and CounsellorstLaw.Office t%%!*tt'e't.r f. c.a-t .ITOrd l5i, "H
I I Attorney ;you
for pressing the war hopefully. afloat to the effect that the opinion ,":I" to planosuytblag bill .i Ar HIGH-GRADE "
expressed by German military authorities ( over Bank.VWEST I
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,' Warsaw, Feb. 23.-No trains are based on reports from military PALM BEACH. PLA Automobile Motor
/ running In either direction today on experts at the front that the situation FERRY
ItOimiNS
the Vienna' railroad. The management Is by: no means hopeless, have greatly GEO.L .5 1 ForSpeedLauuches r'r'I
: attempted to Install soldiers a* Influenced the emperor and encouraged Attorney/ and Countelor-at-Laui SEEDSthe

1 r!" firemen but the strikers had plugged him against the Idea. of concluding Will practice la State and Pederal'Court, atnndanl' after 49;yen.... I Absolutely reliable. ,
test 4'b.y always pnniu
t ". the water gauges with the result that peace. TITU8VILLB. tb. !..rg..c and corset
.. \ oro..... All dt.lem sell Perfect Speed Control. I
the amateur firemen ruined four locomotives. l t }
tb m Our labs b '
,\\! -J I I Big Fire In Virginia' College. 'Jv I. SHiTCALF, Need Aeeual L Send for 1(100( Catalogue ;

\ The strikers also derailed a numbed,I Richmond Va.. Ftob: 23. 'Science. ATTORNd Y.AT.LAW. L g'D.M.FCRRV&OODflTBOtT.t yes on rftquttv / GEO. R. WALLACE i r

>, of cars. The men demanded an eight- hall at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute NOTARY PUBLIC. .MIOH West Palm BeachHAVE t r
4 1,; hour day and an Increase of wages of Blacksburg Va., was total- U. 8. COMMISSIONER
The 'rectors offered an increase ol ly destroyed by fire today. By herolo Win praotlovtn County,ttiatv..i..i tvuurulCourts ---- -'-- -' '

". wages to some employee and to granta effort the cadet :fire brigade saved No. LAND CA.8B8 A 8PaclA.L' Y. Poultrv vvvvvvvvvvVvygly'YNyVVPl.mYVFI111m111nYTVTVVF. .i
y Manama
a nine-hour day, but the strikers, re 4 barracks, which was in great danger. Office TROPICAL SON Block
} fuaed. I The loss Is estimated at 75.000; .Insur West. Palm Beacb. Dade County lorlila :Mi

yar' A manifesto Issued today by th ance. Very little of the' apparatus LKVV1& Farm ,

U' strikers says they struck to show their In burned building was saved. One A.J .
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solidarity to other trades at this impor person was struck on the head by fall- Ar70RNEY AT.LAW' ,
tant juncture of the labor:, movement Ing timbers and rendered unconscious. ai.4 NOTARY PUBLIC. White Leghorns, White Wyohdoties. : t

''and because of the management oppressed The origin of the! fire Is a mystery, Agent ol the U.Baltimore.S.Flilillty Md.*Guaranty Co ,ol Eggs and !Stock r

,,. and exploited the men. :I but the theory 1. spontaneous com Office at corner ul Ulmiiatl!. Avenue and Nar- For tale.W. :! "
The employes of the government alcohol bustion. tissue. Street, over fottvr'a bicycle utore /
monopoly walked out today. I 1+1901.; WEST PALM BEA.CH.I. E. GAL, J 11anagerManRoula YOU READ r y''

j A general strike on the Vistula and6t Deserting Russians.Will Not Turn. MEDICAL AND SURGICAL Flu any of our previous(' adrertinements asking you tostart a bank ,4-i
'' ..:, D... railroad la hourly"I1'pected. I'I San Francisco, Feb. 23.-The Examiner I. a ;
Petersburg with ? If noel did not, we ask again.
says that the three officers 'B V. Il6oi>. M. D. t; account us HO, you 1 ',dl J t
'The workmen have -struck in' all th of the Russian cruiser Lena who broke S. H. RICHMOND, Agent ,,. Yrs, we wish to area; you, knowing full well what' the word bank I;.

' .factories of the Czerlnakowska district their-parole here and returned.to :Russia I PHYSICI4N AND BURGEON t account meant We woutdot have to, only we honestly know that I,;
Perririe Grant Land .Company. '
l; ; the chief manufacturing suburt will. In all probability be allowedto ORU-e PALM over BKA.C1I.Potter's RwUleuce bicycle Dear etoi-e.Royal WEST I. .- there urn a few who need a little more coaxing to do so. Are you ; itit

of Warsaw. There have' been serlom remain there. The Japanese consul Polnclana Hotel PALM BEACH. 13-1 REAL. ESTATE. one of them ? ,

disturbances and strong forces of police in this city Is acrredlted with the CUTLER. FLORIDA E: BADE COUNTY STATE BANK, I, r
and troop were summoned. Tb< statement,, that the Japanese govern p .B. TEIt.D1. D., 4 ,t
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desirous of having the officers
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soldiers fired but no casualties were 8.98 WjflBT!: PALM BEACif fLA.
;' reported. The police arrested man compelled' to return here. This L. A. WILSON .AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASA AAAAAAAAAAOAUAA1A1JAAA. 'rI
'I persons -but the threats of the motcompelled will relieve the United, State government DENTAL .
of the necessity of demanding MANUIfACTUUKR: OK x
them to release their prisonws. II. l'lAQY
I\1.. .. The employee of the Lodg-Ko their return which would have to be l ,.
,. luazka railroad have also struck.: Lodi done should Japan make the request. .. Boots and Shoes

is entirely cut off from railroad com Office In Jefferson Block ," a
f'-,' lnuDlc .Uon. 1 I Woman Guilty of Manslaughter. WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA Repairing In All Kinds of Leather

Boise Idaho Feb. .-At 3 o'clock J. E. L.IUDV Goods Neatly Done Sold byBROADWELL
London. Feb._ 23.-memorial foi this morning the Jury returned a verdict DU'
\ Sergll18. held today of manslaughter In the case of Dentist''
,'iff the Grand Duke was V Man Tanned BucMin
at the Russian church connected! Jennie DalY. She la the wtdowoiCharles Oman Pint door west of Dade County' State
.. Daly for whose murder Wit- .- Bunk Y DeerStrr 1 1h.dlght.Ndoubta
1 with the embassy and was attended bj > and Horsehide ShoesFOR tora '
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1 County Benckendorff Russian ambassador : Ham Henry Hlcks-Rond was convicted WEST PALM BEACH, .-!-ORDAFOLErnurtEY /, lestleg.ad/ wtl.tllag week of murder In the first degree. Wu &
4i Great Britain and th It(last TENDER FEET'Olive
';li' other members of the Russian embassy Mrs. Daly,,by her own confession Alt: 2. Lg Gillette ,

repreeenjttlves/ of King Edward was"privy to her husband'. killIng .' stelaeh.oo.Ehslad 1'.I !..J.:1.: St.,North of New Jefferson Bio r Safety Razor M00RaC "'
and the Prince of Wales AmbassadoiOhoate and rented a pistol with which n ?ti I will entirely 4l P<>t It. Aajrinsm MOhntdwltli 1
lt.. ruadiy] .i tarnish b* kPWi
and otherplomata.( Sir i to do the shooting. bnilalwmnallured hiin*>lf, Th.4i||* t4i

Bernard Edo Harrington private the foreign see Crushed By Falling Roof. E. M. BKELSFOKD() Chicago and Mori-da Limited ,(' lase.Un* Artj Itha.wolv.k.endoubl..dred nun U Y* Ruses t.Il' t. DEALERS INN '1 "

retary of Lqrd Lansdowne blades OH tlilo a*pcper..omp.red.nd d
represented the foreign of Ifarysvllle, Cal., Feb. 23.-The roof Real via llruM bnnlBond by one pruawt io thntU ,
secretary .
fora Estate 1 wan* diamond duet to grid ;
'' floe. of a building being reconstructed thorn Each binds givra too to
theater collapsed on aconnt of a detective PALM BEACH FLA. Louisville & Nashville o i' thirty blndutf pttrfoct packed ibuvvsu and aralmi CA.M dlroafts and :Drugs, Id
truss. A number of workmen ty from th*fact r1.bnrrina thank
Moscow Feb. 23.-The solemn ceremony and others were In the building at the Notary Public. Cottages, Re n' d ti i i Q tob.u.w.Alwnraraedltoraao- JJedicincs
S2.Euilxoo.ci
r1 of blessing the remains of thi I time.A.. Merry of Sacramento proprietor : No StroppfEij : '
1 performed ali Offlae South Polnolana Hotel
Grand Duke Serglua was ,
of the theatre, was killed and pe or Honlntl
10 o'clock this morning In the midst Guy Putnam and'Charlea Bagg. workmen Only Solid Pullman Trainwith ., {:r} Yoae.anotautonn.lrorCtlt. Stationery '
of bells of all the churches Id'a .le.oar.nlt a..eooth, d4lgbtlul a'S '
of the tolling
''were seriously hurt. Several CAMPBELL observation libral'C50r. from S Y" ., A C'eft. Iww fir rang ,
of the ancient cap T. J. p''. r
and monasteries When an bce. uMdaoh of she 'and 't
hurt.Lost
Ital. ()Unmense crowds thronged tin other workmen were Jam- -NowBLACKSMITHING. Florida t to St, Louis; Chicago, t'vR .r'eo.adtil dn.T.tntam. to v1 and I ,', H,
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open ,., area In front of tne palacei },' fh .rohnnqa a re anal 'w ,rut ,

"" and there was a considerable dlsplaj Montclalr. N urn.J..a Feb.In Fire.23.one person The West and.Northwest, a I; 'A ?wn/re pd4:==z qJancy Gc o c lsL
streets. Qrenadleri .HORSE fall and i 1 +I
In the time via I
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much
of troops was burned to death another Is with 'quicker than. any 1 it,,.ii Rao 7550 N 111.0 M t.Y .
"l of the KlefC regiment furnished thl GENERAL other line
. missing and three -house were destroyed SHOEING', .
', guard at the Cbauxfoff mOD8.8teryi I In a fire on lllgh street IP this All meals In dining opts: service la :
'which was the scene of furnerals,ser making REPAIRING AND carte. Finest dlniog-car service in' the .5,
; city today. The police are 5
South
vices. of the fire, fearing PAINTINGWAGONS _._._ ,
an Investigation' Leave St. Augustine, dally 8:3o a. m. ----- --S ------ J
Schools In *. that It was, Incendiary and that a murder Leave Jacksonville daily '9:30: a. m. -5' !
i:, Separate 23. Oov Hoc was committed. The person burned LT TO ORDER Arrive Chlcogo next day, 4:30: p. m. '
.. .*. Topeka. Kan, Feb. for, cepa to death was a Mrs., Ross, and a Arrive St. Loots next day 1:35 p. m. CITY MEAT MARKET i ,
bill providing .
'"' has signed the coachman 1* missing. i CI.......Av..,Wt a road VGEO. Alan throntch. Pullniiin'Drn.wlnii-room,8>cep.Inn Y
I for white and black: t'arS deny from Jtu-k omllla on A U. U
: schools
:rate high demanded H:05" p. m. train'to Birmingham, ffnhrlll, Florida! _old Western Meats Poultry, Game and Eggs. -7
at Kansas City. Kans. The whites Missouri Evnuivllle Ht. Lniiln. y u Content.
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separate schools as the result No Change 'H 155 it. m. train. to Pen.aculu.. Mobim andNew Mail! Orders Receive Careful Attention: :.,.i' rI

of. the stabbing of a prominent "whlti Jefferson City. Mo., Feb. 23.-No ma HASLEHURST & SON .Orlvna. uTaervicsladr. -..iredaektortteketaviiiSop .'t,
-boy. Governor Hoc terlal'chance In thedea.dlock'over the LUoN' Jofforfaon Block WEST PALM BEACH '

pupil In his by messsge a negro to the legislature explaining section of. a United States senator resulted \ Contractors and Builders! oa or w rat rIM*. Pullman, I'eJlUnatlon.'tc.. ? call ... ...
that w,flUela from the two ballots of the joint OED". ri.: HRRniNfJ.: FI... I'll"". Aa.'nt. -
> his action, say P. O. BOX 304 sue WMCUT Ytt.Jaekeon.llla Florida
session of.the-l8l'falature today., The '
Its general aspect the bll appeared .
to be a step backward ,he believed the thirtieth ballot resulted* follows: Cure E'fJ. Risers : "
local conditions made the law adTUaile. Nledrlngha.ua. 65; Cookrell.: 74;' Ker Kodo1eyspepsla Early SUBSCRIBE FOB THE SUN r'N

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    1 AGB TWO THE TBOP10AL SUN, WEST PAU1 BEACH, FLORIDA, SATUUDAY, FEBRUARY 2*,p, 190ft

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    ATLANTA COMMITS __,, / .__ ,p.--.I'r"-" '
    . ; THE TROPICAL<< SUN. 'CONGRESS, WANTS TO .

    t' 1;; 1'Inn.er Paper of pad County: Ploy da. Well Known Insurance Man Shoot THE
    ', ==== Himself Through Head.
    SEE COPY OF LEASEGiven Atlanta, Feb. 23.Charlee Arnall, Terrible 'Charge

    'jj PubtUhed Bury Wednesday and Saturday one of the beat known Insurance men .

    &V. wear PALM KAON..DAOt COUNTY PkOMID' In the south, committed suicide ahortly SIRKIN 'corn r
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    ,'" Foster In Regard To The after G o'clock Thursday morning at t" is enough to keep any wn-
    t l YE-:: his residence 17 Baltimore block.
    ,! BOBBCR1PTION PRICE, i3.oo PER Bible person from buyingHARDWARE.;
    l Osage Indian Oil Landa. Mr. Arnall killed himself'by 'shootIng DRESSERS h,4
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    c,, \'""')), himself twice in the head. ,.,
    \ 'I Just why Mr. Arnall should have ,
    , :1 Tropical Sun Publishing Comp'y, .
    IY.,,' :' OTHER NATIONAL CAPITAL NEWS* killed himself Is not known. .a.
    ': fit: CHAS. B. KENDALL, Manager.
    I He had "
    a prosperous business, be.I article
    Lee Con. 'OUTING SHOES No matter how Rood: an
    ) Officers of General Fitzhugh ing agent tot the Phoenix 'Mutual ',
    Life t.
    )it' I| to sell S SI It
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    : br' It Is only.right ,
    . .J. j Rntcred at the PonU.ffic of went P..... Beach. 'federate Army Corp Will J pe pre. .' Insurance, company of Hartford. may %

    'J t aa Mcond-clami matter.t ant at Inauguration-S nat? pa.Mi He was a Virginian, was a brave
    I : -- confederate soldier and was a man of AT A FAIR PRICE

    t: I c THE SOUTH'S PARAMOUNT ISSUE Panama Canal Bill. a genial disposition. He was an uu Were Your Foot I
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    I' Washington :Feb. S3.-Tha home usually gentle natured man and had What'* more' it poya to give full value p.p every t''
    s : ) :, In Inaugural/ address Gov. Frailer Indian affairs thousands ot friends' """ f with VVe ve plwby', won
    "r) committee on today Ever Tickled P '. 'r. cent people' "upend' you. :
    ." ,of Ten De6HefI,used this lurjRuajze; : drafted a substitute for the Stephen I He was not an aggressive man,-and -' /Kood.'Btctidy( 'customers, that wuy. Cme""ln.t1. "

    q'r" i l "First' of all, let us be patient and ecrtary resolution of on the Inquiry interior directed regarding to the the bad lived offices quietly at 404 and Gould comfortably.building. He They will be, and (iu a most pleasing ) seethe hardware we have tooffer., Toa'l be'pi, .qe. \\k

    f.p .' ; (keep our heads. Upon the supreme Foster lease of Osage Indian oil lands way if lOU wear one of ? aptly i eurprltlPII.
    . t, of the TEXAN MURDERS, HIS WIFE. I I
    ; question which touches our racial iuteftrity and authorized the reporting OUR SHOES. HatchettDaCamara 4
    'j the substitute
    substitute. The language'of
    y let all
    { I ; ; and supremacy us give Is that the secretary of the Interior Filled Hed Body With Buckshot.

    I;:' i I mankind to understand tbat there Is hereby requested to furnish Posse Hunting for Man. Hardware Company

    { 14 will be neither compromise nor the the house with all convenient speed a Tyler Tex., Feb. 23.- Two miles In Elk Solesor

    ;I !, ., copy of the lease made between! the east of Garden Valley, Van Williams, Wholesale-Retailers of,Hardware ': t
    'Ahadow of turning, and that the chief of the Osage nation of Indians 'a white man, shot his wife with 'a Rubber 'Soles '

    t c; white{ i people of the South must and.will1 and Edwin B. Foster, on the '16th ,. load of buckshot. She died Wednesday ; West Palm Beach, PJorida:

    ,.*,. that civilization which day of March, 189G, and a copy of the 1 evening. William' directly aX- and Leather, les '
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    preserve 'ter the r
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    departmental approval thereof; also shooting leftbeayjly -armed: L "
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    :: : \ ,, baa made them, as a race and a people copies of,'all forms of sub-leases granted and asserting that he would not betaken .'

    I t ) ,strong and great. Let us, with I under said lease, also a list of all alive. A posse of citizens 'of In any Color and I 1..
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    'I; sub-yeasee which have been submitted the community soon organized to pur-1, -r II <
    ;f i, patience, bide our time, and if the to the Interior department and ap sue him. He wa* tru-ned to the bot- Material and ,

    ;'f;} p ,isBtie! ,upon these questions come then I. proved and a list of all leases which tom of Saline creek, where the hunt. AT OUR PRICES i'
    Ing party now think they have him
    have been submltte dto the department
    (let us calmly and with dignity( and 1
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    l' and which have not been approved > surrounded. New forces' were organ. Not Palm Bench Prices. nUf.KUAR'f'S) want. Palm Deaeh.' ..; 42,1905 0 e\1r
    9If! firmness, stand upon our constitutional ; and also all documents and ized at Llndale this evening and have q '

    ti (! I rights and demand whatever correspondence pertaining thereto. | started on the bunt. ASK FOB \k"I
    The drift of the inquiry was made | Williams Is the son of Levy W1I1 THESIRKIN \
    A' in meted out to us, shall be given in 1 ]Hams, an old and highly respected ; i
    k on suggestion in the committee that BOSS & SONS L .
    7 I'{';, ,.,..:t. like tenor and effect to all other eve4 the Stephens resolution contained inquiries 1 'citizen of this county. No cause for CO. ",
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    on maters which the house had the shooting has been given. UNIQUE BISCUITS ;
    tions of
    I -, our country,
    4 l; no right to ask of any department:! secretary I Jefferson/ mock < '
    ; and also that Its original form I Killed Indian. and get a full-weight package/: of the olc'es soda biscuits you ever tasted t "

    > would make It ot Slloara Ark. West ralmliench: t f 1I. a -NO SHORT WEIGHT, taxing, your pocket to pay for the ,,pretty '
    It is expected that there will be a subject to a point I Springs, Feb. 23.-John r'
    which, the cracker .trust tries to f
    111 order In the house to prevent Its adop Henry Vier, deputy United States and expensive magazine advertising in ,
    f I 'a. tleterminedflghtintheSenateagainstI } : tion. I| marshal of the Indian Territory, has L make you believe that no one ''else can make such biscuits as they ':f""

    Senator Scott's bill for reducing; the ,, All of the officers of the general been shot and killed In the territory, hoodwink you into: buying./: s \(''.

    I Is. cavalry regiments to ten, thus ( Fltz Hugh Lee's corps of. the confed .10 miles west of heje. by Charles WICk. -- -- ----- Next: time you are in the atore, ask any of the clerks to. weigh .for %; 1

    t 'ut-I erate army In the civil war who can ley, a Cherokee Indian. Vier, with a | you a package of Unerda crackers and THEN COMPARB: IT with the .O i;

    ting them down one-third. It (is well be In Washington March 6, will give posse, was hunting hog thieves, and'' weight, of a 5 cent package of Unique Biscuit, and then compare the ii/!

    k \ of known that the cavalry Bervice in. their Iformer commander a complimentary stopped at the home ot an Indian 'by taste of the goods. Be your own judge and jury of the values of these c) j,
    f" dinner on that date. The arrangements I the name of Hogsbooter. WIckley I
    !
    Biscuit and get'all that
    \ 1, c preferred to either the artillery or goods. Insist upon having the Unique is
    in of the was In an I a
    are charge com adjoining room. Vier !'" c ,
    coming to for money. :
    k !+ infantry by the army officers and mittee on which Captain R. E. L. I.I stepped to the door to investigate you your j.t:

    ,1\\ men. Senator Scott claims Unit ten MIche, of. the general staff, is chair when a shot was fired the bullet pierce i;' :

    ,J, man. Ing the heart of Vler causing instant Finest Groceries i )'
    \; regiments; of cavalry will answer all Stuyvesant Fish, president ot. the IV death. Wlckley: escaped. He la L. w. BTJRKHAHDT) ,
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    ; States. Cavalry nols Central railroad, read a state. wanted for the shooting or
    : of the United a deputy
    .'y 'n purposes I t.-It will.pay you to purchase our Coupon Books.Pharmacy.
    ment before the senate committee on marshal over a year ago.. c)
    : I Is. not neceFP11ryIn the l'biJip-1 I
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    interstate commerce which had the o O oao-4

    pine, except in a.few isolated. places. railroad rate bill under consideration. Soldier Held for MurCer. '

    I 'tr7: Since titles and snusketH of greater Several members of the committee desired I Atlanta, Feb. 23.-The verdict ot '
    I Mr. Fish! to. discuss the subjectof tlr' P ;
    the coroner's jury in the Inquest over '

    1 \. r; hun rangehave gone into been comparative introduced cavnlry desue-) and differentials give his: views.before the committee, the who death was of killed Charles early-Ganson Tuesday, a negro morning I. mm'mm'lIIm' ( tr'mm';' n"'mn""il""m"trm'tr", "" ", ? t


    I,, tude. Unless the commander in in- In tha Hou,. I was that death resulted from;-a .(

    ., Upon convening: tr.ay the house cut In the throat Inflicted by a sharp: T1 e Ie el |
    sane. there will never ba another old- I Look nt ,' and ]
    I adopted resolutions calling on the secretary I weapon In the hands of R. F. Young
    I time cavalry charge. Then the rail of the Interior for Information: i| a private in the Sixteenth Infantry petite., ., .. f)

    roadcrossiugthecountryiaso! very as to. whether any Indian appropriations |, The wife of the dead man was ordered daily for many f people and they will Clematis Ave. and Narcissus S =f fIt ,

    or funds had been expended for I held as an accessory to the crime do tilt same for you. l
    and delicious.
    Is Our
    sweet
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    many directions makes it possiblefor the support 'of any sectarian Indian I Some six or. seven witnesses were =35 ,
    :: be .
    OUH cannot surpassed unywhete
    infantry to move with ten times the schools and. also requesting copies'of summoned, Including two policemen. j CHOPS I f. ". r4l *
    E .SQDq for its purity and sweet and deli- "j
    the original Foster Oil land lease in The wife of the dead man ma.de her '
    rapidity of cavalry. The day of cavalry ore cut from the very heat, of m at?. clous flavor. You cannot help be _
    the Osage reservation and for the statement and charged Young wltn the
    q? like the day ot chivalry, is past. proval of the same. ap crime. Young made no statement. Not .ctrliipy, leathery stuff that look 1 =:=: t*} \ a y> inn a gloss relreshed of it, and whenever Its effect/ you upon drink you :=::;S, R

    In the Senate. i ias bad us they are tonurh. Ours are k--, ,, 5/ is exhilarating anti invigorating _
    Dies of 1; as tender HB chicken and == A good tonic to drive that :::X
    Young Lady Lockjaw. : as pretty usa away
    1h< A bronze uatof Washington has: Mr. Hale from the committee on 1
    ::S
    ( Aohburn, Ga.., Feb. 23.-Miss Orella JI""' 'ch. They make mouth :E:: r; feeling of melancholy whenever itt .
    naval affairs the naval your .
    reported
    appropriation :::: :::
    been presented Congress by France. > + holds yoq in its /rll"p, Is to take + ''
    bill that Hodge, 24 years of age daughter 'ot water to look at)3hrm.nod they make a ii
    saying a.s soon as the C 't1l' a glass of-our coda, and all will be g3, r.
    The clay model of the buetw bieb is a and Mrs. E. J. Hodge, died here :: F ::i
    other business of the senate would permit Illfr. your "eyes'; glisten when you taste 1'W soon forgotton. Call on vsatnny k4 k4t
    j replica of the origin! destroyed In he would ask 'that It be taken up of lockjaw. She had been ill only tl.eui. Let; tia send you a couple or :::: time and learn of its merits Fla J =S
    for consideration. Mr. Foster (Wash. one week. She endeavored to. benda == .p yore of all kinds always on band. =3 ,
    t the fire of 1851:: was found to be intact presented the credentials of Miss Sam I I nail down she found In the yard to more pounds for a meal! which you :=1 Pvro. A. G. RIEGEL 3.U.lUUW.UMiUilUiUiUUK

    F .at Angiers, rand.) a fresh cast has uel H. Piles his successor In office. I. prevent the children from stepping on will enfoy better than you ever did 7JJIiJIU11JI1111J1IJ1111UI1JIlU111II1I -:

    ; 1 Mr. Hale's resolution directing the it, and the nail went through her shoe before. ,
    L .been made. France, in her gifts: to
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    termination of the Swayne trial by !I and Into her foot. She was taken .
    : this country of the statues of Lu- next Saturday, again went over and 111, from it, and lockjaw developed. All

    layette, Rochambpuu and this bunt Mr Platt (Conn.), chairman of the that medical skill could co. was un FABER BROTHERS GRAFTED J
    special committee having the trial in able to save her life
    'j,;' of Washington, has been more fortunate charge explained that the outlook for I I ,I BUDDEDLargest j Mulgoba Mangoes.

    t 7 $ In her selections-)! than Germany, an early close of the proceedings was I I Nashville, Tenn., Feb. :23.-Rev.. '
    I I .. ; Collection of Crotons. in the United State anis) Phyllan }
    good. He added that the Joshua of the most widely
    managerson Codbey one
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    + which caused the
    embarrassment -
    country some
    t ; I the part of the house and counselfor known ministers of the Southern thus.etc. All pot grown. Full Line Of CitrUS StOCk, i,

    II by presenting a statue Judge Swayne are expected to :i Methodist church Is dead at Bethel] Fancy Indian River Oranges grown on High Spruce Pine Laml.! :Address '

    c of Frederick the Great reach an agreement to vote on the case Ridge, aged 71 years. He had been a Wiol"nale aiMl K t&ll JOHN B. BEACH, West' P.a'n'Beach' Flw (,
    by the end of the week unless'the senate Preacher for over 50 years and five of ,

    itself should want to discuss the his sons are ministers. He Is survived Poultry and Eggs Dobbins & Qulggs'; ,

    Former United States Senator Wm."E. matter before voting on it. I I by one hundred and ten Bread fresh every day ) .

    I .Mason, of Illinois" i is President of The senate passed the Panama canal dren. UOROROROROROROROROROROROROR 7f0if0ilOl101107f0i1Ol10i10i10fa0o*'

    the American Fruit and Steamship bill without material amendment grand-Chl1-j LAKE WORTH PRODUCE CO. o : '
    At 1 o'clock the impeachment trial Bowlers to Meet In
    ti : Company, organized at Mobile,. Ala., of Judge Swayne was resumed. )Milwaukee Feb. 23.-Tha C. ". PRICE, manager G. G. Strohm Company f i y

    j. with a capital of $3,000,000.; Some The president today sent to. the senate Bowling congress today reconsidered Olive Street West Palm BeachFla Jt 0. fI (

    the largest fruit of Chicago the following nominations: I yesterday's action in voting to meet
    '/ of importers '
    Postmasters
    -Alabama: Dora Crook, next year in Philadelphia and decided i FAMILY GROCERIES I \
    t St. Louis Cincinnati and Louisville Jacksonville. -
    r ,,, ; to meet in Louisville. The vote WILl
    are concerned. Kentucky: Isaac N. Bryant, Cor- unanimous. j i FOR SALEWest o "0 i

    t ;( bin. Palm Beach Lake FrontA f
    Food Products'g
    Louisiana: James 8. Thomson, Lake When you buy bread, why not have g Fancy |
    A man In a neighboring town who Charles. I very denlrablH cntrna-e with modern cnn- '
    the best? The splendid reputation T<*rileiice... Ainu rter-trntile ant lags dte.nutIi *
    ot A will be suW. rhe". g 0 i,
    ', nj,{' 'fix secured his wife through; a matrimo1 I I MajewskI's bread Is making for Itself city. pluno inquire, II L.l'ltIAFI"F.R.W..t .
    Preacher Drowned Near Elljay, Ga.Elijay o Grain and Provisions.
    i 14 DIal agency is now trying to secure. Ga., Feb. 23.-Rev. J. L. Anderson Is due to the care taken in baking. It I'Mlin Bench.
    ," ;' Is always the best Its quality can not ,
    .< ,divorce. Just another instance of is missing and supposed to. be : r
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    ): he excelled. Trv It i
    : drowned and now In Cartecay river Leave your orders at The .Tropical X JEFFERSON BLOCK
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    !\;, ': j; finding that mail order bargains are near Elljay. He Is pastor of the Methodist I Sun office for all kinds of engravedand g

    t}. ;l .L.toot just as represented, and that aIl Episcopal church at Elljay, but Woodlawn monogram stationery and visiting S West Palm Beach Florida o z
    at l darda. ,
    was teaching Oakland High school.
    } '. :$ much better grade of the same art I- 0 1\.11 o ,
    ; On Monday morning he' left his young Cemetery
    ; ?, clecouldhavebenobtalnednthome. wife to whom he had lust been mar rteoteoteokotMOkiole oleoleoleoaloleo tar leotsaleoleolso7sole otem+.o7e oleost!
    uo to R. B. Porter, Olive street, for
    I.
    Lot" be obtained In the
    cnn new reuwteryat
    now
    "'; Good enough for him He ought to ried ten months, and started on hqrae Went Palm BeAch.WALLACE famous Ifartford Urea.I .
    4 back to his school. Soon
    ..x patronize homo industry. The homegrown I afterwardshis IU JIOSEH.: Agent.
    : horse ,
    : was discovered near the ford I
    i? oj article is usually the best. I of Big Owltown creek a swollen ......... .0 eS S ..... .

    '' '. (' I miles stream east on of the Bllljay Dahlonega The road horse, three I I WIMI1 to Inform every pnrwm within one : : : :: !
    t\s When Qov. brownrd through was ,
    ...\.,.. gets hundred mlli-H of Went I'Hlm Hunch, that I II H. L. HILLIER
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    snagged In the shoulder, very wet and I tm here. repair your wawh....cl.k. and
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    i with wanted-to-be-Governor Crown, Jewelry-to lit your yea |
    'f had sand In his mane and ears. eyeglasses: : and, U> null you lLn.Ir.'i;: you A WHO s
    ESALB AND
    i perhaps that distinguished g"ntip- may want in my lino. I mfl lint H "whiter S RETAIL r
    >,> Kratz Will Testify Today. vlnitor' 'hat it iH'iitiiiuatit; rcmilonu a |>ro- Iei
    i ,1 ntrnnr. In Uncle cn_ and perfectly I". t M,
    111 I man will know where he really lives. Butler, Mo., Feb. :23.-When the trial "'pony|onsrhle fur any "".10... you AIRY have : TOBACCONIST i
    _Madison New Enterprise. of Charles Krtaz, a former member lo tr'anaec.with'me. Wiitche and jewelry i
    In need of lYimirlnff may he.entbrregieier l l -
    of the St. Louis city co'uftcll on the ? charge of accepting a bribe while a molt by.return mlit. the price" la not.attufarlcry. i Pipes. Etc., ,Etc. : ,
    linn ordnrlb gnod. returned
    t tI It i is impossible for a man to forget member of that body convened today, without yon uharge. have hail( twenty CANDIES :

    I that he is a.gentleman; if be never was the defense continued the Introduction year In exratrienco New York with and Prmeof llaltmior the*.-nratlinuici .nix 1 : .
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    of character wltnesaea. rt was an tireoaloal&Crosh'rear: :* hand "".Lu.Jaeksnnrille.:: ::; .. for : A FULL LINK Op tOWNBY'S CELEBRATED CHCCOLAtES. :

    one. nounced by counsel for the defense: These factaoiiirnl to be.nfllolent .mur- : Cold Soda Lunches \ ..e +
    ,. .". that.Kratl would be the last witness., line that I nniluntand my bnalnoM. .. and : Ice Cream soda tp .0 r.d During Season. :
    I In
    f guarantee latlnfaction every en.
    : lino of style visiting f'C'
    pine latest
    n and that the defense would< complete 1 E. A. WALKER EXPERT VVATCHT1AKER ANO OPTICIAN Ice Cream SKMINOU'Btocx PALM '
    $ cards!! and latest In letters, at The I : WSST BRA C1t
    t I its case today. Jefferson Block West Palm Be ch ..... .............. .. '
    r Tropical Sun. Call and see sample*. .............. .-... ...... ........:

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    t. TtfE ttfcOPlCAt SUN WKSt tAUt BEACH, fX.ontD A, SATURDAY: FEBliTJAinr 26, 1005\)( ) PA(Sir' TJ1nt'!: :';''i:

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    '$.* CommU.Ion Says Rus1an Everybody's Column "" "
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    \WAR AGAINST JAPAN Are Excu:) ,afcl: for Action. I ,;
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    Paris Feb 23.-+A semiofficial Hate :

    m nt bu appeared relative to the work -- WANTED. .- SALlE : +

    i lot the taUrnatloraal commission which GOOD COMPUTING SCALES GJuARAGE
    War Will B. Pressed With th has been considering< the North sea A Write 2111 & Green. De ray; 1'1611 ,,

    *.' Incident. It itt a* follow: ,. i
    ; Utmost Energy. I Tb Xtall: oomal..lojn met thl MONBY TO LOAN. i
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    t::. "" I morning In the ministry of foreign affair I YOU HAVE PROPERTY THAT III -"" "''I IIiiIII 'OF" 'D_ "kw, '.' f\'It';''I' Rf,
    ! "S "'SITUATION\ IN POLAND RUSSIA ., and again this afternoon: In order IP you want to Improve and need money '
    ,'I,', .' I to proceed to a final examinationof I to do It with apply to Qeo. O. Cmne, '

    '" I, Strikers I Prevent, Railroad Official the report recapitulating Ita con West Palm Beach.
    : ,,' Cluioa The report 1* 'rather' long, I ... '
    :
    : 1 ,, from Operating Train Memorial FOR SALE.
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    "'" comprising about ten large pages. The ______---r- WOOllEN S1ftTS '
    ,, ,,''; ,'" Service, for Grand Duke Strglua Ar principal author Is Admiral Von.. S' aur. I POINT, ON LAIN! :

    ! .J"..w'''3] ;,' 'Weld: In London I f Austrian, but all ,the members ot the ;I SHERMANS' the Inlet, 28 acres land1' .
    ,, .\ Commission: collaborated in drawing It 10 acres gardenbalance pineapples.'
    : Berlin,,,Feb: 24.=,212; p. in.-4"h1 up. The commission ,glues no opinion 300 fruit trees one hundred bearing. ;
    emperor of Russia has elected to continue on the question of the presence or 40 large'' cocoanut ,trees. Beautifulliuildlng I ,
    '' the'' wer. v I I absence' of Japanese torpedo boats In' site. One thousand feet lake Beguiling Moday February 27i
    best
    Ills front. Ideal winter home neuest
    petition la absolutely Arm a.ndth&'German'couI't the North sea, declaring merely that fiahlng. Apply to Box: 153 West Palm 1
    has been advised'Inthai'as the Russian admiral! legitimately believed Beach Fla i
    "'1I e.Th3 I I II that his, squadron was "endan- 11

    i',' war will be pressed with: the utmost gered and that he had'the right under OK, TRADE FOR NAPTH A LAUNCH y.w--.. r { 'l i,

    energy, the! domestic situation beIng the circumstances: to, act as he did. acres fine pineapple land v 1 '.

    I Ii, now within \the control' of the. au The commissioners:'refer to the Rue- facing railroad near Uerrfielcl. Address We have a good assortment of
    Ch .. O. Williams, St. Augustine -
    Iii,", thorltl s. Those who have advlsefl! elan government's engagements ,to In- Pie.TROPICAL. All\ skirts are well made und good quality for the : ;j'' : '
    ,1: peace and euggested Inquiries! (or, Japane's > damnify the victims of the deplorable "" "
    Incident.. AGENCY offering the following reductions : : ; : ; '
    Yr\\\ ; terms,: the French and British REAL ESTATB t )

    &&v governments for the present silent i1, !. FOR -,RENT ,4. t $4.50 Skirts for $3.25 'f ,: 1l

    and are likely; to remain so unless I News Not Heard In London. t .t
    "\.. vents of &11. extraordinary character : London, Feb. 23.-Questioned. lathe One Seven Room Cottage handsomely 5.545 Skirts for 4.00 ,;1-(,
    ilk'
    1 furnished. Lake front located 300 Skirts ,
    shake the Russian emperor's resolutlorf. $8.00 ;,
    house of,commons today regarding thesession
    ; yards north of Royal Foinciaau Hotel. ,
    .,' The considerations that led to of the result of the InquiryInto In the heavy skirts, euch as!! Broadcloths\ Crevinett { ,;
    the emperor's decision,' It, la understood the North sea commission, published FOR SALE. '
    nn these will, surely move them at once. ,'?
    here, are; I today, Earl Percy under secretary Side ia
    F Rest lake front property 's4miles : *
    First, the judgment of the chiefs ol for foreign affaire said that no north of Royal Poincinns Hotel $1.75 Skirts for f$1'.OO Outfitters'I' :! 1

    a the, army; that Field Marshal Oyama Information ,on the subject had yet small cottage, owner non-resident. Will
    2.50 Skirts for 1.75
    not only; cannot'defeat General Kuro- been communicated to the govern sell cheap., .: y
    patktn but stands la, danger of defeat ment. Town lots and farm-lands for sale i $8,50: ;,

    !h1m1elf.! How cowardly; therefore) Write for prices. > I

    '\ for ,Russia ,to ask for mercy, with al': RUMOR3 OF BIG BATTLE. Cottages and hotels for rent., fir: -- Y.

    the men and money; essential to 'can W. I. Metcalf Manager, i

    ; ry on the'war.ISecond .: ftt. Petersburg Hears that One .Is Inprogr. Webt Palm Beacb Fla., .
    ( all the forces of criticism ... Near Mukden.

    ""V. now directed against the government St. 'Petersburg, Feb. .-Although BRANNINC

    f ." : for having fought rather than ;yield the city continue 'full of rumors thata PROFESSIONAL CARDS. .
    kr legitimate Interests and for hav big bmattle la proceeding below' JLAW. I

    J fng'tailed' to win victories would, b<, Mukden the war office does not, offer Ladies' 1 : ,

    h'continued; with added fury; against the an confirmation of the report OHILljINOWOIlTU 'I ,
    CO. ', '
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    \t''' government, that adopted war and Special dispatches, however, aa wellas -* V / \,,;. ; ,I' J 1
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    r a yr::.:' ,then ,betrayed the..country.; A, govXernment can be Judged by; the mutilated ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR .. .,./ \ -

    that would crave peace ol manner In which, they were allowed to West Palm Beach, ?- l'la.0EU. .. y Cllr
    'v;;'r* Russia's.. enemy while still capable ol pass the censor portend :the Imminence
    cuiutiu
    r : wining victory would be giving th of'extenslve ,,operations.,, The a. !
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    .::2 party; of change genuine grounds fob Japanese are showing actlTlty on both I
    and Coanaellor-at-Lanr
    .r 'It.
    Attorney
    a revolution I flanks and the railroad has again been

    ':Y The facts of :the'military situation! damaged ,by a raid of mixed Japanese. WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA e, ."s u you wane to lt nho .!AS 5 -- }.n:' :

    't, love of country and arguments of expediency < and Chinese bandits.In I TT 1-. ,UKANNING, 4e11 g.. blllllHt rvturon, forKf.VftW Buffalo Gasolene Motor '
    l and / ;
    ',:' ; were all against peace and diplomatic circles a story la now I 11. OtM&al, & your r u (..>'*sitIqP ,
    f I afloat to the effect that the opinion Attorney and VounnellorttL&w, IR ea"T'fiI'. you can't tttbrdto :' \ HIGH-GRADE ;':,;
    A
    leltfi plant nyUHu but ::
    expressed by German military'author. (Office over BankT a ; s"

    .- an ities based on reports from, military : WEST PALM BEACH. FLAGEO. .t. $!)' r Automobile Motor '
    ":' running In either direction today on, experts at the front that the situation FERRYSEEDS )7m

    :r;, the Vienna railroad. The management In by no mean hopeless, have greatly M. IIOIMINS, se. t For

    fI';, attempted to Install soldiers ai Influenced the emperor and encouraged Attorney/ and Counaqlor-at-Laut. V* Speed Launches

    tt! firemen but the strikers had plugged him against the' Idea of concluding the.uwdsM.her.e
    I'' Will practice State cud Federal Court*. years' '
    Absolutely reliable. t''a'
    'w q,. the water gauges with the result that peace. teen They. always |iruduoMangonia yeJ'
    TITUSVILLB. FLA. and sur.et
    Ib..nest *
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    ,\ \: the amateur firemen :ruined1' four 10"oomotlves. Just orop.. All dealers aril W Perfect Speed Control.

    i' I' Big Fire In Virginia College. ,YY.1.,, UISTOAJLK, lbem Need Our Annu"lr. .eDit Bend for lane Catalogue

    The strikers also derailed a number ,. Richmond Va.,, Hob. .as. -Science. 'ATTORN ... on l'eIlU..1. 8 GEO. R. WALLACE r
    tr-AT.LAw. D.M. Fa.RY So 00.
    of cars. The men demanded an eight hall at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute DTRO'T, MI0M.
    I / NOTARY PUBLIC.U. West Palm BeachTTTTTTTTTTTTTyTTTTTTTTTTTeTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
    hour day; and an increase of wages. of Blacksburg Va., was total },
    ". 8. COMMISSIONER _____________ __ ,
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    ,; ; The J'rectors offered an Increase ol ly destroyed by fire today. By herolo Win praotlouln Ooaniy,tt..iu..ou 'bonom!
    'Y
    &, : wages to some employes and to( grant effort the cadet fire ,brigade saved No. Courts LAND CASES A 8PBC1AI.VV.Otdceln *

    'f: a nine-hour day; but the strikers re 4 barracks which was in great danger. TUOPIOAL SUN' Block. Poultry ,
    fused. I\ The loss la estimated at $75,000;,Insur Wean Palm Beach. Dade County. lorlila A Y Y q d
    A manifesto Issued today by the ance. Very; little of the apparatus '*<. : \

    strikers says they struck to show their In burned building was saved. One A.J.. L.KW1& Farm I I.Y.

    solidarity to other trade at this Important person was struck on the head by fallIng ATTORNEY AT.LAW'' I '

    Juncture of the labor movement timbers and rendered unconscious.The at.4 NOTARY PUBLIC. White Leghorns, White Wyan- ,,

    y and because of the management origin of the fire is a mystery; Agent ot ill*U. S. Fidelity *Ouar.nty the opt I but the theory la spontaneous com Md. JTrxftfWi'ffl' '
    pressed and exploited men. Ofltve at corner ul Jleiiiuily. Avenue ana Nar- For Sale.; '
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    4? The employee; of the government ai bustion. clwu Street, over fotur'n bicycle utore ,
    cohol monopoly walked out today. 141901.: WEST PALM BEACH "VV. E. GALE, lv.RIIRer HAVE YOU READ ( 'i
    ", A general strike on the Vistula and Deserting Russians Will Not Turn. .
    MEDICAL, AND SURGICAL l\lauaoula. Flu : of our prevlnus' advertisements asking to a bank +
    : you ,8tart
    .. any
    ': St. Petersburg railroad Is hourlyerpected. San Francisco>>, Feb. 23.-Tie :Examiner ,1
    .,: 'says that the three officers C. UUO1>( M. 1>. ..... :: account with us? If f no, anti! you did not,, we ask again. "'I i f,
    ", The workmen hate struck In alt the of the Russian cruiser Lena who broke H. S. H. RICHMOND, Agent t Yrs, we wish to urge; you ,knowing full well what the word bank '.' r'

    it ',factories of the Czerlnakowska district their parole here and returned to Bn0 PHY8ICHN AND SURQEnN account means We woultlat have, to, only we honestly know that s sE

    ,, the 'chIef manufacturing suburbof sla, will,. In all probability be allowedto OWes over Fotter'* bIcycle itore. WEST Perririg e Grant Land Coinpany. there are a few who need a little morn coaxing to do so. Are ;you
    have' remain there. The Japanese consul PALM DE CU. BmUleoce near Royal '
    serious
    Warsaw. There been REAL EI3'l.'A'l.'E.CUTLER. ? "
    of them
    Polnclaoa Hotel PALM BEACH. 33-1 one
    :: disturbances and strong forces of po in this city Is acrredited with the E DARE COUNTY STATE BANK
    .' I lice and troop were summoned. The statement that the Japanese govern- D B. POrXIiU, M. !)., FLORIDA \
    0"\" \ soldiers fired but no casualties! wen ment is not desirous of having the officers C West Palm Beach, Florida. v
    , 8-:111-98: W/tCHT!: PALM BEACH FLA.
    reported. The police arrested many compelled to return here. This L. A. WILSON .AAAAAaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADearSlrt/ .f.fi'
    /, persons, but the threats of the mob will relieve the United States government DENTAL '
    I' s compelled them to release their prison. of the necessity of demandingtheir NACV MANUPACTCUBA! --- (ll
    )
    ers. The employes; of the Lodg-Ko- return which would hate to be R1I.

    I luszka railroad have also struck. Lodi done should Japan make the request. ". DENTIST Boots and Shoes 1+? :

    : is entirely cut off from railroad com Office Jefferson Block ,

    If' municatlon.t Woman Guilty of Manslaughter.Boise WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA Repairing In All Kinds of Leather I(" "
    Idaho Feb. 23.-At 3 o'clock i. ., :' \ :
    'Goods Done
    Neatly tttl1\
    LIDDY Sold '
    I-llt. J. K., byBROADWELL
    :
    t London; Feb, 23A memorial foi this morning the Jury returned a verdict 1 I

    t", the Grand Duke 'Serglus was held today of manslaughter In the case of Dentist Mian Tan, cd BncMin rt't 'v. lh

    t jl!, at the Russian church connected Jennie Duty She to ,the widow- Omo, First door went of Dade County State t i .
    ,\' with the embassy and was attended b) Charles Daly for whose murder William .' Bank : Jt eke J'.lot.. t
    County BenckendorU. the Russian ambasaador -),; Henry Hlcks-Rond was convicted WEST 'PALM BKACH. FLORDA ,and Horsehide Shoes e I I If. -::-=-ttienll h.c.""e of murder in the de ft luting tail...&I.l,1Aa UlULC7 a Wlal
    first
    i 4ki Great Britain. :and th ,last week 'ffoJ: &
    r- other members of the Russian embaey gree. Mrs.! Daly,. by her own confession fOLErnuriEY l1t 'FOB TENDER F: ETOl"e Gillette s

    ; represeqttlves of King Edward' wa( privy to her husband' killIng St. North of New Jefferson Bio { ; Safety Razor '
    : of Ambassador and rented a pistol with ''which atOei .CIlICb.Dd..I:!-. "'uad.! MOORE
    Prince Wales.
    and the M llftntlrelrdlHpol. A.y mutt .... ..
    v' Ohoatp and other (diplomats. Bit to,do the shooting. t .h"..with I... reaOlru tboosh h.bd.lw..heeed .

    .; Bernard, Erlo Barrlngton private leo and Florida Limited 1'' ie... r.lr Itseor himwlf.IR 'a.a' Ro"Tb.em.,. ,
    E. M. BKEL8FOKD Chicano
    retary of Lord Lansdowne the foreign Crushed By Falling Roof. 1 1'r: ewe XthMtwelTOkoendoubli-e. DEALERS INand

    secretary, represented the ,foreign of Marysvllle Cal. Feb., 23.-The roof via 1'i''w; Jr.iIf f : .I blndMutUIo 1,tM htirilunnd bjr paper our foroo tempered..*o tint ao4 tt
    of a building! being reconstructed fora Real Estate U tttlua diamond duet. to grind I '
    floe. ; \
    them. Euoh bind..i.ee ton to "
    !{. theater FLA.iotary' Louisville & Nashville ,'
    PALM BEACH ", ,
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    trnsa. A number of workmen ";'},i' blndu pocked end H"i lpl direct v
    Moscow, Feb. 23.-Tba! solemn ceremony ':..''iI V .. fruro the Soot horlnnthera ar
    of blessing tho remains of the I and others were in the building at the Public. Cottages to RenOffloo P2.SLilroei.ei :t"'A ', t/ tQbGDo..u.nr.r.'to cdicin 44
    performed at time. A. 'Merry of Sacramento, proprietor 'f!,w' : No StroppfiEf3 ,
    Grand Duke Berglus was Booth Polnolana Hotel
    10,o'clock this morning in the midst of the theatre was killed and t Solid Pullman Trainwith 6 j.h:. Q<'t or tlonlnti ,
    ot the tolling of bells of all the church Guy Putnam an;t%oncry ,
    Hive
    es'and monasteries of the ancient cap were seriously; hurt Several! T. J. CAMPBELL observation and libraiy c&rJ from I ''jf,3' .... ,/ .huT*. Aeilfattu. ... 1-)r ymra. a
    .. .
    other workmen were hurt '1t !'! "Vhorx no h v wii l *ioh of tlitro :: I, '
    Ital. ,j Unmeose crowds thronged the t4.t.ii.0F." y. edgteun111Awll; toItOrTJ a n. .,,,, ,Y'f f 1
    : Florida to: SL LoUis Chicago "M 1: willplvwyaa.,U. a.. ploUoiont Y (
    Jam-Up-To-Now ; { jJ r rI
    open s a area in front of toe :palaces ..... I ,
    Lost Life In Fire. erohe.ae" ra r l to yni ;,
    $:" and there was a considerable, ells pI&) Montclatr, N J., Feb. 23.one person The West and,Northwest, i Im 1 Twol;:': "".* blldO as numb qrancy Goods J, 1
    Grenadleri
    In ,
    the street '
    of troops BLAOKSMITHINGHORSE :; ("'II >n I" much time via +, l lR "
    with rain libg
    'quicker than t00
    any / '
    of the Kleff regiments! furnished th was burned to death another Is "" a "r I l will aD'" ,oo i

    at the ChaixtofC monastery, missing and three homes were destroyed SHOBINQ; GENERAL other line. .' ,;...
    guard ...
    High street > this All meal in dining cnfs, service ala .-<<' : ,, .. ,_ i
    F. which waa the scene ot turners! sr"vices. ; In a fire on Jn REPAIRING AND ", J< 4,, ,I' "
    jarte.! Finest diutog-car strylce la the
    , city today.' The police are making J t lyl il I ''

    an investigation the fire,' fearing PAINTINGVVAQONS South.Leave St. Augustine daily 8:30: a. m. __.._______ ___ I.. I 1,.
    Schools that It was Incendiary and that a murder : ,
    'Kan.. .
    Leave Jackaouville, dalSy 9:30: a. m, -
    Topeka,. Kans., Feb. 43.-<3ov, Hocl was committed. The person burned BUILT T0; ORDER Artlve Chicago|: next day 4:30 p. m.
    i*.. has signed the bill providing for separate to death WM a Mrs. :Ross, and a ---do- AniTe St. Lori next day, 1:35: p. m. CITY MEAT MARKET { :

    high schools for whites and blacks coachman 1a missing.No CUmatl Av.*..out o road \ to Aim rt'sr.thfouah dal..> Pulltunn from: ,r"R,.';,-: wr'l.R U".L.MO3 .. T \ .e.' :1 "I:
    Florida dad Western Meats Poultry Game and Eggs. sr,:{'
    at Kansas City. Kans. The white demanded : |> m. train ti Btrml"ghain Na.hvlllH ,
    fit I Change In Mlwourl Content. Kvn.iiivlllt I ,Ht Louts, CblvaK") and .n **, A. L "" ''I l lJoger
    separate school as the result li na e. m. train to Fen.nooli Mobile I and Mail' Order Receive Careful Attention.
    > ,,-whlM, Jefferson City, Mo, Feb. 23.-No material'change New OrlvnnM. '
    of a prominent
    of the stabbing GEO., HASLEHURST' & SON It "":lilT ...nle.'s l a<-lrsd Mk for ticket viaL PALM -rr; '
    : ,pupil by a negroboy.. Governor Hoc ; In the deadlock over the AN. bon Block WEST BEACH : '!!
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    section of United States senator resulted Fur rates, Pullman reservation, etc. cull
    legislature explaining a 't
    to the
    ta his message ,Contractors and Builders' oa 01.*..rice "
    his action says that wills from the two ballots of the Joint <1 Ei I. r:. HF.RniVO. Flu. Pnni. AprroC.itoe ., .- -..- ,
    \<, la Ita general aspect the bll appeared. cession of ,the legislature ,today. Th P. O. BOX 36( I WetitU r Mt.eJaeksonvtne.Florlda ;

    !, V' to bo a step backward believed thi thirtieth ballot ,resulted. follow THE'8UN t
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    } PAGE TWO TUB TROPIOAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEfiUUARY S?, 1905:) .

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    ATLANTA MAN COMMITS 8UICIDF __..u_. -_"'... 1 """""iW T' ",.. ,;,."", ,-__..Id"'P'.4 .
    THE TROPICAL SUN.1 CONGRESS WANTS TO .

    s f Well Known Insurance Man Shoot THESIRKIN
    ;! ) lonesr Paper ol Dad. Count), Florid*.
    f }rt' 4 i Himself Through Head.
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    ,SEE COPY OF LEASEGiven Atlanta, 'Feb. 23.-Charles Arnall, Terrible Charge
    %' Published Every Wtdaenday and Saturday
    5 ( one of the best known insurance men

    1, 1 .Y west PALM BtAOH.DAOa COUNTY FLORIDASOBRCRIPTION in the south, committed suicide shortly GO1.

    MIFLt -- Foster In Regard To The after 0 o'clock Thursday morning at 1 ia enough to kw p any en-
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    his residence 17 Baltimore block. f1f ,
    PRICE, 3.00 PICA YEAR f Bible from bujlug;
    Osage Indian Oil Lands. I Mr. Arnall killed himself by shootIng ones setts TO MEV person
    himself twice In the head.

    ; Just why Mr. Am all should have \ ;t HARDWARE.iF .
    Comp: OTHER NATIONAL CAPITAL NEWS, !
    killed himself is not known. G
    S II 7 ; 1 CHAS. B. KENDALL Manager.Knlcr I He had business be
    a prosperous artlcla
    i Officers of General Fitzhugh Lea Confederate OUTING SHOES No''niatter' how Rood/ AD
    ; 1.4I>,: 1 H I ling agent for the Phoenix Mutual' Lit to sell) Iii
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    It la l only rIght
    " ); d at the Poia.ifflc/ or Weltt Pa.ui Beach Army Corp Will ape present Insurance company, of Hartford. maybe,
    I 1\ :..y aa Keond-ctaM moner.1 He was a. Virginian was a brave
    Inauguration-Senatjf Paaaoa
    at
    '.' "'\' I confederate soldier and was a'man of I; AT A FAIR: PRICE >
    ',' Canal Bill.
    i Panama a genial disposition.! He was an un Were Your Feet t
    ; 1 THE SOUTH'S PARAMOUNT ISSUE
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    \' ;' I is Washington Feb. ,, 23.-The house usually gentle natured man and. had What's more it.. pay to give full value. ,o." enry
    '} ; In liia Inaugural address Gov. J Fra.MaierorTenneeseeueedthislangwget- committee on Indian affaira: today thousands of friends', (Ever Tickled''P .ih f cent people' upend with you. We've MlwJuyg.woD,:- i

    \'\1 i: dratted a substitute for the Stephen I He was not an aggressive man and! /good; steady customer that way. fcoMe'ln'lartlijI' :;! 1

    ';'; \'' 'First of all, let us be patient and tecrtary resolutron of oa the Inquiry Interior;directed regarding to the the had lived offices quietly at 409 and( Gould comfortably.building. He They will be. and lu a most pleasIng .--_ see t Ihs hardware we have, tooffer. Yoa'1'ba'pfpgeantly '' \

    .<; ':l keep our heads. Upon the supreme Foster lease of Osage Indian oil lands way If ;you "wear one of l'IurprIOlf'd.Hntchett.' .
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    "f'"I"t. :I question which touches our racial luteprity and authorized the reporting of the TEXAN MURDERS HIS WIFE. OUR SHOES. DaCamara
    of the sub -
    substitute. The language -
    1; \ r'' and supremacy let us give all stitute Is that the secretary of the In- Filled Hed Body With Buckshot.

    l l ', mankind to understand that there terior Is hereby requested to furnish Posse Hunting for Man. Hardware ''Company
    1 i Tyler, Tex.. Feb. 23.. -Two miles
    all convenient
    will be neither compromise nor tbs the house with speed a In Elk Solesor
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    ', Prh copy of the lease made between! the east of Garden Valley Van Williams, .Wholesale' elailer8 of Hardware ..
    ,' 11 Khadow of turning and that the chief of the Osage nation of Indiana 'a 'white roan, shot his 'wife' with 'a' Rubber Soles '_ ,

    ''Ii I ' white people of the South must and and Edwin' B. Foster, on the '16th :, load of buckshot. She died Wednesday West Palm Beach, ,Florida ,

    that civilization which day of March 1894. and a copy of the' evening. Williams directly: after and .Leather Soles .
    : ?, ;will 'preserve departmental approval thereof; also the shooting. left heavily -armed -

    d "s : has made them,as a race and a peo- copies of all forms of subleuesra.nt.. and asserting that he would not be -

    J""J"" : pIeBtrocg and great. Let us, with ed under said lease also a list of all taken alive. A posse of citizens 'of In any Color and ....
    L \ sub-yeases which have been submittedto the community soon organized to pur-> ,
    .P,,!t patience, bide our time, and If the the Interior department and approved sue him. He was trailed to the bob Material and .

    ,\ ) ,iaeue upon these questions come then I and a list of all leases which toms of Saline creek, where '''the hunting AT OUR PRICES I fo-oooob-<>ooQ

    have been submttte dto the depart party now think they have him .
    let' with and
    and
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    ; us calmly dignity 'I
    ment and which have not been approved surrounded. New forces' were organized Not Palm )beach Prices. nun.I{II A IUJ'f'S Wmt Palm Bearb.. February It,1901 c)
    '. ; firmness, stand upon our constitutional ; and also all documents and at Llndale this evening and have -

    f rights and demand whatever correspondence pertaining thereto. I started on the hunt. Q ASK FOR 2
    The drift of the Inquiry was madeon I I Williams is the son of Levy Williams THESiRKIN
    is >meted out) to us, shall be given: in an old and highly respected
    I 1 suggestion In the committee thatthe BOSS & SONS
    and effect to all other citizen of this county. No cause forte 'CO.
    4r ,'I, like tenor sections Stephens resolution contained Inquiries ,
    shooting has been given. UNIQUF BISCUITS
    ) on maters which the house badno Q
    of
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    1 ; our country.
    right to ask of any department secretary j Jefferson mock
    I I Killed package of the WesV! sod biscuits you ever tasted
    I 1'i and also! that its original form by Indian. and get a full-weight ;
    4' West Yalmlleach C' -NO SHORT WEIGHT taxing, your pocket to pay for the pretty Q
    i It ia expected that there will be a would make it subject tp a point of I I Slloam SprIngs Ark., Feb. 23.John I'' 1I a
    which cracker trust tries to
    order in the house to prevent its adop ; Henry Vier, deputy United States and expensive magazine advertising {the

    V ,}1 I. determinedfghtlnlhe8enateagaioet t tion.AH I II I marshal of the Indian Territory, has I Ix make you believe that no one else can make such biscuits as they

    1 Senator Scott's: bill for reducing the of. the officers of the general been shot and killed in the territory hoodwink you Into buying:: V .
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    I cavalry regiments to ten, thus rutting Fltz Hugh Lee's corps of the confederate 16 miles west of heje, by Charles Wick- '----.- ---- Next time you are In the store ask any of the clerks to weigh for

    army in the civil war who can ley, a Cherokee Indian. VIer, with aJ| you a package of Unei-da crackers, and. :THEN COMPARE
    I, them down one-third. HI ia! well be in Washington March 6, will give posse, was hunting hog thieves, and weight of a J cent package .Unique Biscuit, and theu compare! the

    f 1 known that the cavalry service( IH their [former commander a complimentary ; stopped at the home of an Indian 'by taste of the goods. Be your own judge and jury of the values of these .

    preferred to either the nrtillesy: or I dinner on that date. The arrangements the name of Hogshooter. Wlckley goods. Insist upon having the Unique! Biscuit, and gel all that is '
    are in charge of the com was In an adjoining room. Vier t
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    coining to you for your money
    9 Infantry by the army officers and mittee on which Captain R. E7. L. I. stepped to the door to rnvestlgate

    men. Senator Scott 1uiros that ten Mlche' of the general staff, is chair when a shot was fired, the bullet piercing '
    u I
    man. the heart of VIer, causing instant !, .Finest Groceries
    aF t? ar regiments: of cavalry will answer all Stuyvesant Fish, president of the IV death. Wickley escaped. He is L. w. BURKHARDT .

    ill of the United Stales. Cavalry I nois Central railroad, read a statement wanted for the shooting or a deputy
    J purposes I jgy'lt will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books
    before the senate committee on marshal over a year ago. Q
    I Its not necessary In t the Philippines I
    Inter-etate commerce, which had the 1o-0-0-o-o-o
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    ; s except in H few isolated. places. \ railroad rate bill under consideration. I Soldier Held! for MurCer. I I nI .

    Since rifles nod inneketn! of greater Several members of the committee desired Atlanta. Feb. 23.-The verdict ol .-
    I Mr. Fish to discuss the
    : subjectof the coroner's Jury in the Inquest over 1

    ti range have been introduced cavalry desue and differentials give hIs: views.before the committee, the death of Charles Ganson a negro, VLookllt.onl'lhop8I1ndJret ''T"'r"r"r'T"'r"r"r"r"r"r"r" " ""r"r"'r"'r"r"'t"r"r"" " " 'fG

    bus gone into comptirativn who was killed early. Tuesday morning I I

    tude. Unless the commander is insane In the Houta.: was that death resulted from/:a ,I
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    old- I Upon conveningty' the house cut In the throat Inflicted by a sharp | TIe l1ie l el pharmacy |
    it-itIa there will never be another i : an nppptite. -
    adopted resolutions collIn on the secretary : weapon In the hands of R. F. Young,
    time cavalry charge. Then the rail- of the Interior for Information\ I''a. private In the Sixteenth infantry Tlmt's what they 111'1'- Join: -

    t' roadecrossingthecountryinsOVeryntanydireetionsmakes!! I as to whether any Indian appropriations -I The wife of the dead man was ordered daily for innny people and thpy will :; Clematis Ave. and Narcissus S '3 r

    or funds hap1} been: expended for i held as an accessory to the crime do the S:1 me for you. E :;
    it ? It U sweet and delicious. Our
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    poseiblefor the support -of any sectarian Indian I Some six or seven witnesses were ''' '
    OUR == Yy.- $ a snderenuolbe.urpesaedanywbero t
    CHOPSare
    ( r infantry, to more with ten times the schools and also requesting copies of summoned including two policemen. J I
    ::. for lf purity and sweet and delicious ==
    the original Foster Oil land lease In The wife of the dead man made her
    rapidity ol cavalry. The day of cav- cut from the very best of mf nfp. == flavor.. You cannot beipbr ==
    the Osage reservation and for the statement and
    charged Young witn the
    approval
    airy, like the day of chivalry past. of the same. crime. Young made no statement. Not ."tritijz.y, leathery stuff that look == zi YE' \ hIll rrlreshed whenever you drink -a: '
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    ) I t y a glass of it, and its effect upon your :;
    In the Senate. ,:, a- bad as they are touirh. Ours areas == YF; .. y ia exhilarating anti invigorating. _

    has Mr. from the Young Lady Dies of Lockjaw. '1 tender as chicken and as pretty as == A good tonic to drive away that ==
    "bronze bust of Washington!; Hale committee on
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    of
    I naval affairs reported the naval Ash'burn' Ga., Feb. 23.-Miss Orella a pejioh. They make your month feeling melancholy whenever it .
    appro- r holds in ::: li
    .been presented Congress by France.The .a you its! grasp, Is to take
    priation bill saying that as soon as the Hodge, 24 years of age, daughter 'of water to look 8t'lbt'm.aDd they make == t'' s a glass of our Soda, and all will be :::::. -
    clay model of the bust,* hich is a' other business of the senate would per Mr. and Mrs. l E. J. Hodge, died hereof your eyes glisten when you taste =f= f 't soon forgotten. Call on "I at any ::::

    of the original destroyed in met he would ask that it be taken up lockjaw. She had been 111 only tl.etn. Let srnil w time and learn of Its merits Fliu' ==
    replica! us a -
    you con pie ormore
    i for consideration. Mr. Foster (Wash one week She endeavored to benda == vors of all kinds! always. on hand. =a i ia
    the fire of 1851: was found to be intact presented the credentials of Miss Sam I nail down she found In the yard to pounds for u, menl which you ==a -- -- [11'A.. G. RIEGEt ::::

    .at Anglers, and a fresh cast has uel II. Tiles, his successor In office. prevent the children from stepping on will en toy better than you ever did :-f1 111JUUIJ11/llUllll111111111111lIMIII. / 1 t11111UIi111JlUliJlUllalllllllil t.
    Mr. Hate's resolution directing the it, and the nail went through her shoe before.:
    .been made. France, in her gifts to
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    termination of the Swayne trial by ]I and into her foot. She was taken J'

    I this country of the statues of Lafayette next Saturday, again went over and ill from it, and lockjaw developed. ,All

    Roehnmbeou and this bust Mr Platt (Conn.), chairman of the that medical skill could co was un FABER BROTHERS GRAFTED
    4 special committee having the trial in able to save her life. t
    "'ra of Washington, ban been more fortunate charge, explained that the outlook for I I BUDDED Mulgoba Mangoes.Largest ;

    i''. In bfr selections than Germany an early close of the proceedings was Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 23.-Rev. f.
    He ld..1 .. Collection of Crotons in the United States. alms, Phyllan:
    good. added that the managerson Joshua Godbey one of the most
    caused) the embarrassment -
    ,. which country some the part of the house and counselfor ly known ministers of the Southern thuseto. All pot grown. Full| Line Of Citrus Stock ?!

    \i : : by presenting a statue Judge Swayne are expected to. I Methodist church, Is dead at Bethel Fancy Indian River Oranges grownon High Spruce Pine Land' Address "' ,.',
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    i of Frederick: the flreat. reach an agreement to vote on the case Ridge, aged 71 years. He had been a Wholesale Itotall JOHN B. BEACH West Pa'm. Beach Flu 'J.r
    ': > by the end of the week unless the sen Preacher for over 60 years, and five of ":

    ate Itself should want to discuss the his sons are ministers. He is survivedby Poultry and Eggs Dobbins & Qulggs'

    .I'I Former United States Senator Wm. matter before voting on It. I one hundred and ten Bread fresh every day : r .

    tit '''E. Mason, of Illinois, is President!' ) of The senate passed the Panama ca- dren. 00ROte0atOKOKOat01t0atOR01tOKOKOR0i10)10710SIOb10is0I10710 1011Qk0 0 ,
    : nal bill without material amendment. grand-Chll-j LAKE WORTH PRODUCE CO II o'', .2, 4,.
    the American Fruit and Steamship o .
    At 1 o'clock '
    the impeachment trial! Bowlers to Meet In *
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    ; Company, organized at Mobile, Alt., of Judge Swayne was resumed. Milwaukee, Feb. 23.-The C. ". PRICE, manager; oo G. G. Strohm Company 5 :j

    );', with a capital of $5,000,000. Some, The president today sent to the senate Bowling congress today reconsidered Olive Street West Palm Deac ,Fla tetc

    i t\" of Chicago the following nominations: yesterday's action In voting to meet o 5o
    largest fruit
    J of the importers
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    Postmasters-Alabama Dora Crook
    : next year tn Philadelphia and decidedto o FAMILY GROCERIES
    I :(;I ; ,St. Louis, Cincinnati and Louisville Jacksonville. meet In Louisville. The vote wa tctc
    /1 concerned. Kentucky: Isaao N. Bryant, Cor-- unanimous. j FOR SALEWest o ITo
    {, ,, ,( are bin.
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    Palm Beach Lake FrontA
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    }Food Products'
    I ; Louisiana: James 9. Thomson Fancy
    Lake When you buy bread, why not have o If.o
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    A man in a neighboring town who Charles. the best? The ..very...denlrnbtH. cnft/iftre. with modern conv tc .
    splendid reputationfajewskl'a *nI<'"" A IHO secured' his wife through: a matrimo- bread !Is making for Itself of city. A piano will be MI>M! chent. '
    n J' Preacher Drowned Near Elljay, Ga. Inquire L,. CHAFFER.WtMt r Grain and Provisions. .
    vial agency Is now trying to secure 8.dIvorce. Blljay, Ga., Feb. 23.-Rev. J. L. Anderson Is due to the care taken in baking. It pull" Beat-h. .
    Is always the best; Its quality can not K !
    is missing and supposed to be
    Just another instance of f
    1' drowned and now In Cartecay river, .he excelled. Try it, Leave your orders at The TropicalSun K JEFFERSON BLOCK i

    ', '14 finding that mail order bargains are near Elljay. He is pastor of the Methodist office for all kinds of engravedand o 0

    o ,pot just aa represented, and that n Episcopal church at Elljay, but Woodlawn monogram stationery and visiting o West Palm It "
    Beach o
    Florida
    f, was teaching at Oakland High school. ,
    much better grade: of the same article f. .
    On Monday morning he left his young Cemetery a -t-_ o-

    rrif '1' could have been obtained lit home. wife, to whom he had Just been mar uo to R. 9. Porter Olive street for n>toleoteoko>fo7solsolloteolacatoseos.rbeoisolsoteo1.o11011ot.oYOil011o. r '
    i Lot.can now he obtained la the new cemetery >
    ..: Good enough for him. lie ought to ried ten months, and started on horseback at Went Palm Beach.WALLACE the famous ilartford tires.
    I to. hIs school. Soon afterwards I
    The homegrown R. MOSKH.' Agent
    it: patronize home industry. his horse was discovered near the ford I

    : article is usually the best. of Big Owltown creek, a swollen .........*.................. .......*).....(...<.......'..
    : stream on the Dahlonega road, three "

    ; When Oor. lirownrd get through miles east of EllIjay. The horse was bmuli'edu' Inform.... Wit every Fiilm.person lIenrh.within that one.I I. :H. L. i-iILLIE.i
    rk': snagged in the shoulder, very wet and ,fit hme repair voile WBLch...el."k. and
    j with wanted-to-be-Oovernor Brown, had sand In his mane and ears. 'luwelry' -to lit your eye wilt iipuotiiloH' oreyvgluaHVH
    i''' find to null. you Itn)thl11J yon :
    :1 wont In lino. I mrt not "winter : WHOLESALE AND RETAII
    : 'e perhaps that distinguished; gentled "may my a ,
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    > Kratz Will Testify Today. visitor," but ft |"Rvnitincnt, nsidunyarty n pro- .. t
    owner In Dmlr(..h., and I Hn-f..ctly ,'0.
    : will know where be really lives. |
    6 G ': man Butler, Mo., Feb. 23.-When the trial _iumetble| > for. nny biininent you may have + : TOBACCONIST :
    of Charles Krtaz, a former memberof u> trnnnHct with me. W a to lie* mid Jewelry ,
    Madison New Enterprise .
    : y in need of repairing} may hu"rent l by fPKlHler-, red
    i: .,\.. the St. Louis city couficll on the moil. "' '.Xl....,.... I will examine and ro- v R Cigars Tobacco Cigarettes
    '''a charge of accepting a bribe while a .|I">rt c'..>.., by rutnrn "II-If the price U nutatlMfticloryv N Pipes, Etc., etc: ,i
    can order the .fffwxln ro- S,
    'y I It.l[ Is Impossible for a man to forgettbat ; member of that body convened today, tmmedwItlioutuharge.' yon have had I twenty rt CANDIES :
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    I if be the defense continued the introduction years' exiwrlence'k'V eomenf the benthotme T, r J
    ia never was
    he gentleman
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    of character witnesses. it was announced rtntf* head Wnichninkcr fend "rticianfur : Op LOWJYRY'S CELEBRATED CHCCOLAf ES i
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    by counsel for the defense These fncu. onirnl to "btf uflieitlnk, aamirlince Cold Soda Lunches SeasonIce ''
    that. Kratx would be the last witness, that I nnifutMnml! my bntlnau and : Ice Cream soda to QrderDuring :
    I ipiarHntao intlnfncnnn In every eaof. :
    s ;1 fine line of latest style visiting and that the defense would completl Cream t
    and latest In letters at The E. A. WALKER, EXPORT WATCHMAKER :AND OPTICIAN : SsMmots'BI. CX, wits PA!:.M BSA.CK

    Tropical card Sun. -Call and see sample its case. today. Jefferson Block West Palm Be chI :.... ..........................-.....' .-... ................ :

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    :;:::: CZAR WILL\ CONTINUEp ADMIRAL WA8 JUt171FIED. \,<* <&WiSVWrtrtS* 0 ""' '''''' '''' :' \'

    forth flea Commission Says Russian Everybody's Column 1 ,:, tGliERRANGE

    : WAR Are Excusable: for Action. ,.
    : AGAINST JAPANT7ar ---- ----------'"-==-" --
    :, Paris, Feb. 23.-
    , I -has appeared relative to the work WANTED, -- AilE ::

    I of the international< ootnnxlmlon, which GOOD COMPUTING SCAI. $S. '

    Will, Be Pressed, With th has bee; considering the North, sea A Write Zill 8t Green. D lray,' Fl." ,

    I' ;' incident It 1.. ... foUow: .
    Utmost Energy' ; MONU\ TO LOAN. "' i' "I,1:
    : ; The Hall
    : t commission met this _
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    I'' morning In the ministry: ot foreign affair YOU HAVE PROPERTY THAT I ._ -' "- 'I 'OF 1i'li/iV/ ="""" .. '1':"I"\

    : ':/SITUATION: / IN POLAND RUSSIA *, and again this afternoon In or.Ur < IF you .want. to Improve and need money ,.. :.' \ :
    I )'';I :' -," ..... < to proceed to a final examination to do It with apply to Oeo. G. Cuine, *
    v.iii, >
    'jj.I'' :" StfJkert, Prevent Railroad Official of the report recapitulating 1U con.elusions. Went Palm Beach. ; ,
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    '""tv-" : ''I"''':i'1"''!' 'from, <, Operating Tralna- Memorial The report Is rather long, FOR SALE. t
    comprising about ten WOOI
    I' large pages. The -. $ SI IiS
    f";'"'v-''''" Services for Grand Duke" Serglus. Ar ,principal author Is Admiral Vo Bpaur, 'POINT, ON LAKH \ j1 I

    'wt' .rteid. In London.Berltn ,. j! Austrian, but all.the members of the I SHERMANS the Inlet. aS acres land //If

    ataW.'il'1-< ,- commission ,collaborated in drawing 10 acres garden,.* balance pineapples. '
    ,:Feb. 24.-21S; p. m.- emperor of Russia has elected to continue on the question of the presence or 40' ''large; cocoanut trees. Beautiful

    ," the war. I absence' of Japanese torpedo boats in front.\llnllding Ideal site. winter One thousand borne nearest feet lake best Beginning Monday February 27 .i 4 ,rI
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    His position.( la absolutelyfirm' and the North: sea, declaring merely that fishing. Apply to Box: 153 West Palm
    " the: German court baa been advised'in 'the Russian admiral legitimately. bo- Beach. Fla ,I" ,, ;
    f" 'tha\ ,. '
    if"" i iTOs | hived that his 'squadron was endan- ;'
    ,,' ; vTajT will be pressed with the utmost 1 gered. and that he had the right; under. Oil TRADE FOR NAPTHA LAUNCH -_ 14: ''li

    " energy, the domestic situation being the circumstances, to. act., as he did. I acres fine pineapple laud

    " now within \\the control of theauthorities. The commissioners refer to the Russian I I facing dress Chat.railroad O. Williams near Deerfield., St. Augustine Ad. We have a good assortment of Voile Skirts trimmed with Ribbon: \ : ; r

    Those who have advise government's engagements to In- Fit AH skirts are well made and good: quality for the regular'? priced ;; ,but to move them put' at:once we are, 'r','. '
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    peace and suggested inquiries' for Japane's demnlfy the victims of the deplorable : '
    'l I ; terms the Frencb an-d BrltUl Incident." I 'tROPICAL REAL ESTATE AGENCY offering the following' redactions : ;. "' ,',I.' )

    ., governments'are for' the present 'silent "FOR RENT 14.50, Skirts for $3.25 $a.oo, Skirts for $.50 ','\; G
    and ate likely to remain so, unlea I News Not Heard In London.. l' "
    One Seven Room CottugeL handsomely 5. ,15 Skirts for 4.00 I ,7.00 Skirts for CAI" '
    events of, an extraordinary character London, Feb. 23.-Questioned In the 5,75 I II ,
    furuisbeil. Lake front, located 300 I $8.00 Skirts for $<1.50 ,_ r $
    .'athak the Russian reeolav1tloThe ,
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    A emperor's house of.commons today regarding the yards north of Royal. Polnclanu Hotel. I .;
    ,,;'' considerations that !led U session of the result of the Inquiry In the heavy skirts, aiich' as Hroadcioths, Crevinett and Meltons, we have only a few left. 'The pricedon ) >
    the"emperor's decision, It fa under Into the North commission FOR SALE '
    sea pub- tbese,will surely move them once, ... ,. ', ,
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    stood here, are: .
    llshed today, Karl Percy, under secretary n34 ,'
    ' F East &tde lake (roat'property, .' I'f
    ,, FIn!:, the Judgment of the chiefs'' ol for foreign affairs, said that no mile north of Royal Poinciana Hotel, $1.75 Skirts for'1'.00 ':;','1 45.00 Skirts }for $4.00 /," t,' {

    the. army that Field Marshal Oyoma: information von the subject had yet small cottage, owner non-resident. Will ,

    'not'only cannot defeat General Kuropatkln been communicated to the govern sell cheap. _.........:' 2.50 Skirts for 1.75' 13.50 Skirts 6.75 Skirts for 6.00 \ '
    but stands In ot defeat { $ for $0.50 )
    danger ment. Town lots and farm lands for sale
    jblms. lt.:' How cowardly, therefore. Write for prices, r
    , for:,Russia to ask for mercy, with al' RUMORS OF' BIG BATTLE.. Cottages sod hotels for,.rent,, rt--- ,---- --- "- xiv

    the men and money' essential to 'carry W. I. Metcalf, Manager, "I.
    on, the war. 6t. Petersburg Hears that One Is In Went Palm Beacb, Fla., '

    (Second-- all the forces of criticism Progress Near Mukden. "
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    now directed against the governmentfor St. Petersburg Feb. 23.-Although: : BRANNINC BROTHERS
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    -having fought rather than yield the'city continues full of rumors that : PROFESSIONAL ,CARDS. ,

    legitimate Interests and for har a big'' bmattle 18' proceeding below : LAW"CO.OIlILLINGWOlt'l'U "? I

    ,. lug '''failed to win victories would bt, :Mukden the war office does not, offer Ladies' OutfittersCvvvvvvvvvvvvv :,:"
    continued with added fury against the an confirmation of the reports. ,
    , government:, that adopted war and]I Special dispatches, however, ...well v / } ''j tr

    then .betrayed the .-country. A- government as can be Judged by the mutilated ATTORNEY AND, CUUN8ELLOR( ; ,I" I!

    X that would crave peace ol manner In which they were allowed to West Palm Beach. I'- ,- Jb'la.IliO. "'.. \
    1 1. Russia's enemy while still capable ol pass the censor, portend 'the Imminence I ,
    , wining victory would be giving the (fv extensive operations. The G. OUlUtlH f : .

    , party of change genuine grounds fo, Japanese are showing activity on both ""Y I
    '- a, revolution. I I If I flanks and the railroad baa again been Attorney and CounselloratLawWEST i"." }I
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    ., The facts of the'm1l1tur: situation damaged .fcy'a raid of. mixed Japaneseand PALM BEACH, e-1"eeb Ifronwa torettbeeepj-
    love of country and arguments of er Chinese bandits: /0.aj biggest t.. .: jlj tJ '
    ;;t, TT BUANNINO, I.ele.lefyour, J JtJ labor and ../11rj Buffalo Gasolene Motor :: l ''
    /; ,,podiency were all against peace anc In diplomatic circles a story la now' 11. ".eele, your llround, d ,# :
    .
    " Cor pressing the war hopefully.' I I afloat to the effect that the opinion Attorney and Counsellor- .'. .:'/t0"" you plaoranytling'; caD" .lfbrd, butIf.t eS/1hta"/< A HIGH-GRADE ..L :

    , expressed: by German. military author. (Office over itank.T
    Warsaw, .23.-No trains are ides based on reports from, military WEST PALM BEACH. FLA Automobile Motor, at

    running In either direction today on experts at the front that the situationIs FERIlYSEEDS 11S ; ?

    the Vienna railroad. The manage. by no means -hopeless, have greatly Q.EO. Jtt. UOIHJINS,

    ,meat 'attempted to Install soldiers ai Influenced the emperor and encour Attorney! and Counselor-abLaw. .I For Speed Launches (; ; i;

    firemen, but the striken had plugged aged him against the Idea of concluding theatandard after 49 .
    'Court. yeah'
    the water gauges with the result that peace. ,Will practice State and Federal ...... ''b..y lUwttya producelb. fi Absolutely, reliable. k,
    TITUSVILLE. l
    ,1\ l.rl/OIIt/ amioropn. .O..t .f ,
    the amateur firemen :ruined four locomotives. All (Iwa.eIhem soil :. ", Perfect Speed Control.
    Our lava. .., ,.fIf'} It: _14; r+i.
    r Big Fire In Virginia College V1T' I. M 1:'rOALI" Heed Annual ,(@ M Send for 1(105 Catalogue; llF
    derailed number Richmond, Va., Flab a3.-Bclenee fru on rwiuoau'D.M.FKNRV&OO
    The strikers also a ATTORNLY.AT.LAW. ,. GEO. R. WALLACE
    of cars. The men demanded an eight- .nail at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute NOTARY PUBLIC, DRYRO'''', MIOH VU
    ': tour day and an Increase of wages.The of Blacksburg. Va., was totally (U. 8. COMMISSIONER West Palm Beach j

    ' ,. tf'rectors offered an increase) ol destroyed by fire today. By heroic Win pr act ion in Coaniy,'aial''uun ,.-...r..1. ------- .

    f h' wages to some employee and to grant effort the cadet fire brigade saved No. Courts LAND CASKS A SPEC1AI.YV.Offlcetn .vTvvvvvrvs.t.vrryvyyyvv.n..vey.n.nv..mmyyne e

    ". i.-' a nine-hour day, but the strikers re- I 4 barracks, which was In great danger. TROPICAL Son Block Mansonia! Poultry 1

    If, : fused. |f The loss Is estimated at 176,000; insurance. Weep Palm Beach. Dude County, Plorhla :

    i su, A manifesto issued ,today by the Very little of the' apparatus .
    JT. JLKYVlb. -
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    strikers says they struck to show their In horned building was saved. One A. I Farm ,
    IL, solidarity to other trades at this Important person was struck on the head by fallIng At70RNEY AT.LAW ,':

    ': : Juncture of the labor: movementand Umbers and rendered unconscious. at.1 NOTARY PUBLIC. White Leghorns White Wyahdottes. I

    because of the management op. The origin of the fire Is a mystery Agmtvf the U. S.Fidelity dunranty Co ,of Eggs and btock ,

    fi "; pressed and exploited the men. f I but the theory Is spontaneous com( Offli-e at corner Biltlnora.ul Ulumall.Md.Avenue ana N rcliuiu For Sale : .' ,!

    The employes of the government alcohol bustion.I Street, over Potter'. bicycle toro,

    , (,.')I monopoly walked out today. I 1+100l. WEST PALM BEACH. \v. E. OA.LE 11:allager E HAVE: YOU READ :! l
    strike the Vistula and I Deserting RUlllanl,Will Not Turn. '
    t.
    A general on Flu 61
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    ,', et Petersburg rallrSad( Is hourly"er[ San Francisco, Feb. :23.-The BJr MEDICAL AND SURGICAL: : any of our previous advertisements asking you tostart, a bank i i,1

    .1" pected. amlner says that the three officers 'TT C. UUUD, .Dl. O, ..... : account with UH? If so, and you did not, we ask again ,f

    t: The workmen have struck In' all the of the Russian cruiser Lena who broke 11. S. H. RICHMOND, Agent Yrs, we wish to urge: you, knowing full well what the' word bank ,." \\1

    j', factories of, the Czerlnakowska district their parole here and returned to Rns PHY8ICI4M AND BURGEON > account means. We wouldat have to, only we honestly know that 'q 'rut
    sla will. In all probability be. allowed Office over Potter' bicycle itore WEST Perrine Grant Land .Company.
    suburb
    i the chief manufacturing PALM BEACH. Residence near Royal E there nro a few who need a little morA coaxing to do so Are you ,
    4 of Warsaw. There hare been serious i to remain there. The Japanese con UKA1.I ESTATE.
    Poinciana Hotel, PALM BEACH. 12.1 of t them ? I 1,
    i. disturbance and strong forces of r*> ant in this city is acrredlted with the Eone
    DARE COUNTY STATE BANK IC
    I lice and troops were summoned. The i statement that the Japanese govern T* II.-POTTfitt. M. D., CUTLER. FLORIDA 4 y r
    4' soldiers fired but no casualties wee I ment Is not desirous of having the officera o :. West Palm Beacb, Florida ;''
    8-aa-9 WiCST PALM BBACIt.!: FLA, I
    reported. The police arrested many compelled to return here. This L. A. WILSON AAAA AAAAA A A AAAA A AAA A A A A AA'AAAA AA AA AA A AAA AAAAJ.AAAAAA.
    persons* but the threats of the mob i w.111 relieve the United States government DENTAL

    J compelled them to release their prison of the necessity of demanding > II. MACY r MANUrACTDKKB OK ,
    ers. The employes of the Lodg-Ko- their return which would have to be l .

    luizka railroad have also struck. Lodt i done should Japan make the request. ,u. DtNTIST Boots and Shoes ,t ti

    Is entirely cut off from railroad com Office In Jefferson Block w.
    munication. I Woman Guilty of Manslaughter. WEST' PALM BEACH. FLORIDA Repairing In ,All Kinds of Leather::
    Boise Idaho, Feb. 23.-At ,3 o'clock Hone
    ,Li LIDDYf Goods Neatly
    I
    London Feb.. ,,23..A memorial tot this morning the jury: returned a ver- :

    f t: the Grand Duke Serglua wa held today diet of manslaughter In the case of Dentist! ln ian Tamed Buckskin I l lsip

    : at the Russian church connected I Jennie Daly She la ,the wI40"'oJCharles Oflloo First door west of Dade County State BROADt EIL

    :; with the embassy and was attended bj.t. Daly, for whose murder Wllj .' Bank .. Shoes .4
    Horsehide
    '1k : County Benckendorff. Russian am-j. lIam Henry Hicks-Rond:was convicted; WEST PALM BEACH FLORDA and '! tb.dluherkdoshty to z :

    r:. bal a.dor 4a Great Britain, and the t',,laat week: of.murder In ,the first de Last/ngcudarthdr1w14ualLLrstrlal/ & itue
    " etoba Mrs. Daly by her own confea- I FOR TENDER PERT Gillette
    .'. other members of the Russian' gree. FOLErnuriEY :nS'f.lI
    , d ,,liT, represenjttlves of King Edward I, lion, wad privy to her husband's kill: Olive" St. North of New Jefferson Blo 1,1 Safety Razor i
    II' and the Prince of Wales, Ambassador ir Ing and rented a pistol with which' .tOD3heooudbamdi'..s&.!-;.J..nllCa lll.ntlr lT dl.pol It Any man ODD DORF 7N zf'a

    ;\' Ohoate: and other Diplomats. Sir to do the shooting. 'a shavewitblbssreudily. thiranh h r ,
    himalt. TIr Gll.
    hndalwam.hnved
    '; Bernard, Brio Harrington private lee BRELSFOKD Chicago and Florida Limited I X l.tt. galbty uor U e.4 Re.., I. yp,
    E. M.
    rotary of Lqrd Laruxlowne the foreign Crushed By Falling Roof. Mow Itha.tw.lvek.endouble+dKe DEALERS IN "
    i y secretary, represented the foreign of ':Marysvllle, Oal., Feb.,, 23.-The root viaLouisville a, .e Po gl.-wii bhetwa.lhl.hnrdunM M by paper.our brooae.sothea tomp.r.d.nd M
    of a building being reconstructed for' Real Estate 1 }r It tofci diamond duet to irlnil '' '
    floe. thou Each binds ton to l'
    r. a theater collapsed on acount of a defective PALM BEACH FLA & Nashville > \ 1 thirty iwrfoct Mbnv,*clTon. Cc opnckod an4 :;Orugc,
    w blasts and araled dlrotitfmn
    trass. A number of workmen i r
    Moscow, Feb.. :23-JThe: solemn ceremony A$ j.;, th* faet,rr.vbDmlna them
    "" of ,blessing the remains of the" and others were In the building at the : Notary Public. Cottages to Ren E.ai.1roadOnly to benew.'' Alwny.readyforusey Jtlcdioincs I
    al time. A. 'Merry, of Sacramento, proprietor Stropplizjj! ; ,
    performed .
    Grand Duke Serglus was I Omni, South Polnelana. Hotel
    of the theatre, was killed and \.!I.I: or Honttifi 'It I I
    midst .
    10 o'clock thin morning In the Solid Pullman Train '
    Putnam and Charles Bagg workmen U'1'f.'! Ytmaanntoutyennelfurtrllin J66V' ) "\
    Our Eta tz.
    of bells of all the church : ,
    ti 'of the tolling q, ;/' ,;':1'1 .Iwmur.dPa inootb. df>litilttfulAttlllatw onorE"
    es and monasteries of the ancient cap ''were seriously -hurt. Several I T. J. CAMPBELL I with observation an
    ital. :.Jfumense; crowds thronged the other workmen were: hurt. i to' f r i'i...."'".I}UlI.d".1' H,,'.unllla I1.retar.t"" on.endU2I., f 't, 1"
    t St. Louist. Chicago ,, ..' {i'
    Florida .,
    scares In front of tne palaces Jam.UpTo.NowBLACKSMITHU&O.HORSE >II' e' "0 will" va riw.htpawplsdnala'i d 'i \ i iI
    open Last Life In Fire. ': I _p erehnno. St re. snot t. pre I d ;\ ,
    and there was a consldsrable display I The West and Northwest, I ;'r: 'i:! Twol.epolltitaalbtadceu., ,1Dono'U'' G ood'" "1 t ,
    streets. Grenadleri Montclalr, N. J., Feb. 23-rOne person ,';;;! In"hnoot. ;) V i I'I"i
    In the
    of troops with much quicker: time than via l any _<.!,. lnnll and etnmln tt>ci CI'I"1:
    of the Kleff regiments furnished tht was burned to doath another Is : .; '" uiiK yon tn (MltKto "a it. .',
    at the Chaud'olf monastery missing and three houses were de- SHOEING', GENERAL other line. ,
    >1 guard of furnerata atroyed I In a fire on high street Jn this All meals In dining cpU, service ala :
    ,which was the scene REPAIRING AND
    city today. The police are makingan carte. Finest dialog'car: service la'the ,
    rices. I investigation' the :fire, fearing PAINTINGWAGONS South. \ "N t
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    Leave St. Augustine/ .lally 8:30: a. m. --- --------- --'- -----:;
    Separate Schools In 'Kansa*. that it was ,Incendiary and that a mnr- Leave Jacksonville, dally 9:30: a. m. ,,
    Topeka. Kans., Feb. ZJ.-GOT, Hoc der was committed. The person burned BUILT TO ORDER Arrive Chicogo next day. 4:30 p. m.
    'C; has signed the bin providing for sepa. to death was a Mrs. Ross", and a Ant, e St. Loris next: day, 1:35: p. m. Crry MEAT MARKET ,

    for whites and blackst coachman Is missing. ClemnU: A....Ww o road, \ Aim through Pullman: nrawlnor-roonl fi'enp- i) ,
    schools onTlil ( L. .
    rate high lnitrnrdall> from Jnrk on A. J. '
    City, Kans. The whites de M.O3 PI m. train to- toBirmingham. Na.bvllle, Florida sad Western Meats Poultry, Game and Eggs. )
    Kansas I Missouri Content. RvuniTllle I N$. LnulM,Chli-iiK and on S. A. LH '
    No : ''
    . manded: separate! schools as the resultof : ftS a. ni. train feniiicolm Mobile I nail Mail Order Receive Careful Attention. ;1
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    a; the stabbing of a promrnent whit; ,' Jefferson City. Mo., Feb. 23.No m.tertalt GEO. HASLEHURST ,& SON New II EST Orl:! AOM.service..I.4'shed) auk fur ticket' vtw /'

    pupil by .. negro boy Governor HoclJn chance In the deadlock over thee t>. & N. Jetter lon Block WEST PALM; BEACH :.- <$
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    \ his me ss age to the legislatures ''section of a United: States senator .. Contractors and Builder*', DQ' for or w..rite tea, Pulhonn, r'esarvatlone. ate.,call' ... ,; ':f q
    f' Ma action says that wtlwia suited from the two ballots of the Joint GE". K'.' HERRING. Fl*.Tn*.. Ag.nt.uoe '" .II,
    plaining session or ,the legislature! The P. O. BOX': 304 *. Bey He.,jBCk on lll Florida"in. .
    Its general aspect the bll appeared 1 i1
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    !I'" ,',;v,; <' ,to#local be a conditions step backward' made, be the believed law *drtabl thi. ,thirtieth'Nladrtnghaus ballot, ,66;resulted CockrvU.aa 74 follows; Kej:- Kodol Dyspepsia Cure .*'* Early Risers: SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SUN !

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    rIOLjD[ OrFlCRg" w Bought:!: Cha.nrjberl:! .ln'a tough Remedyand ; J! U : T :E4JfI1JQ.1: (. P'.T/T$ .ltQT It$. ._.,-,.-, 1 ;;
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    t fravoF l by Night to Keep From fallIng ? I" I'1
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    {' 1, Into Hand of Bandit. Victoria Australia, says: "A customer Be'a hGhib'l '
    A Now Cbstwur Feb. $3.-J 'uwber* oJ of mine was so pleaded with Chamberlain. -------1 -The : : ,1A{

    1 I ,. paroled> JEJ gw! BJ J@n ojBeejra>> who took port I ; .'*. Cough Remedy, which she It Diroinia
    In th> defense o It; Pcyct A tfcw claim- had: used tar her children when suffer ,
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    ',t, ::1\ { tag t&at they era on tlx ar way home tng from colds wad croup, that during r'-yI. PALM BEACH, Pl.tWRIDA Nbeiy on IK1< !I, r'.1>) '" j &
    "' ; V In a fortnight's time she obtained at my t CW &stunted 118
    f\1\ erta have reached here from
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    i"V. ,'It ,;\i'' Shaiif hal the, and later go hence to Slnlmlnltln.From" tidMukden her shop! friends.ntne bottles.In different which partt ahA Bent of. the to ;, .. Lake Beautifully Frost,Located fioumaodiBic. on too: a 'Ill....'._.,,,.e_,"'lpoim'' ,: ._.......... !,no.I",, .......,. .., Restacir, nt :, ,"{ ;'I<,

    I place they Journey state, telling them how much good it f Fine View of the Royal f' '
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    i, ;"!' ::7'... in carte, traveling at ,night had,, done and advising them to giveIt Po'Io..ll1aa. and, Lak Worth E) ", ..,.. ...... *: Jl*
    I ml''i' ,. 'i.. *o ..* ,: I: ; }; Russian agent weft! !of the Hao w.eU, ju! ,,,,,lers. c- G tiara"I-e". .' ;::\,' { ;
    J ; river keep, In: touch with certain ''tn Jo'l.S/C'Ia$$ ': 'Oii1ne1'f
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    II\\!, 1' .' habitant In Ne.w\ ChWBJjg, and, It '111 Rev. CarliisU P. 'B. Margin' J.. F. t>. i .r ''Aif tiilHtf-etttofis .' ',' : ,lf t., ,: ; 1 1

    ., .' i believed thattyera.1 of the {foreign f'jltieftl.s )fatten $10 'fI.1f.. 4la A 1'1. 1, ','" ,
    tlOURS '
    \ Qf Wavgrly Tea$.,wrltpet "O( a;, m.o. ,AT ......., Wj. :: J'
    ',I:il:,: : *1 ,' era who\ hare since removed from lug, when first arising, I often find a e eom"it.eveeloe! e-ewe"oe "P ( I" Q. ':'17.!''I\i\ ,'" \" \!' ': ." ." :,',\ 1<' .p' ',(
    1 .i. here inspired the first Russian: raid troublesome collection ot. phlegm.whlch rWfJf( ,' ," .I' '
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    i ;;V New Ohwang. very \ ,< f. ''t 1'" .
    < \ \,' : I, 'f' The ,Jap' li\\@ admlntgtfat! lA{ BpfxercJoJng hard, tq dlalodge; but a small qua tl"i" r.........N+lk41..$Qt..3 QPL: N.OY/s.ER., ,16. ,1fl04 ::' I rn Ntt...'\;..."i\> "r, \\. "" !,<'
    I? more strict censorship. Of :BaUard'a, Horehound Syrup, will Orders'.: for: parties. '* T A'J'
    \ a Received ;
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    i .1 P,1 \, onoa \dislodge, it, and the trouble ; : ,t, :
    r. i{ and to ,takt.l1'Iot\' PfJ .to present a. r.ep- The: palms i L,11A1Ah,19Rt. \
    } : Is over. I know of no medicine that t MrsiA4; / Mare / .' : i $ Ul:
    '11' ( h ""r of the leakage -el Information. III equal to It, and it Is so pleasant
    ''I',.' t J The Tien Tsln-Slnmlntin\ railroad la I to take. I can most cordially recommend : IT !' f,
    J J ;,' :Now: Open. .....,..... '
    : ; .,' Buffering from an excess of freight.There It to all persons needing a med t '" I I ,*
    ? :' ti', are heaps of cases of cheap icine for throat or lung trouble." 25c, : .; I It n

    ' 'i if"" Shanghai-made. Liquor and ot e; stores 60 and:\ IJ.OO. Sold by A.. O. ;tlle el.) A Iqrpe. ,borao-HUe Hotul well afl yppM.. ... .' To Members Only ft ft3EAAOty
    and "
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    \ : ,pointed beautifully glv; r: ( pon i
    111: 't at CtdnWantaoi awaiting transportation. ; )( the,, .
    and tt'' JhMthevuroforae-without" \poetol :) ttK''.
    1 Greeks and nondescript venders Most Affective the : :: : 1905, '. ';!
    r norvexpetHlYO: ", Nltuatedpn I / : ; ,(JQ
    : it '. ) are making large profits in tradIng T: J. Chambers Ed Vindicator Liberty S Lake Worth oppoHlte the Royal't : I I'

    ,ki e ;', with the Russians; la addition", Texas writes Dec 25, 1902"With 1'uluclaua, Hotel\ White.wait...."....... MRS. M. B, BRiaas, ProprMpMEy I .
    l la pleasure and unsolicited by you; I bear lClectrlabelle" Good fl hliiK:, hunting ; :.. ..
    : \ there, a constant stream of low class I r I a ... i I.i if i:,
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    '1 testimony to the curative power of aoid bpaUnir. nat\;-ai ,:a z CO( nod n.OO S I .
    ,? : women" making their'way to and from '
    : 9rti i &' Tien Tsln.Tl Ballard's Hpreho.und Syrup J have : par clay. Special: ratex y the week. : 1OaelPq'n,0.4teb\ ,\ OJ toR1,14R( _._--'---'' --"-:;---'----"- '------- :: ,
    used it in family and can cheer-
    ,,'I) r.1 ,: ;' Pass north\ of Mi \de reported, ( fully afflrm my U 19 the most. effective i 'fhe Palms $ :,' Situated Near Lake Worth Htfl'
    1, s ooosWered in danger, as was and pleasantest remedy for coughs and tflM
    ':d It,t'1 I ,at the'time the Japanese raid In: that colds I have ever used." 25c. 50c. and : West. Palm Beach Florida: t 8f.LEpf, W'.1rTf''. '{ {fl94fE i EAST COAST RAILWAY. !
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    ,J. ; direction. |LOP. Sold by A. Q. RlegeL .4t....................... HOT AND COLD .A.'rUIt I ,

    : 1,1}, No More Stomach Troubles. _, I ; NO OONBDMPTIVES T*.BWWHOLKBOMB i Cant No. 59. In Effect Jan., 3 Iga&a 1I:
    (k OLD: MEN SHOULD BE RETIRED .
    : ; HOMK COORlhTH'! ;
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    Is' .... .. ...e.1e.......... :a;
    t{'I (, 'I Allstomach trouble removed by : : . QTY NORTN-BOUND-REPO;
    r Kodol Cure. It DOWN. (;
    h irnF U afu.neajt) of Man Gone When Ho the use of Dyspepsia .

    ; 1 '{\ ,. f1f",; Reaches 60 Year of Age.Baltimore his I i gives the what stomach you eat perfect without rest the by stomach's digesting -- : : q 1i9 sa.mington : ' \ a! 'NO, 23Dally: STATIONS No. 78 No. 74 NaEa-I Mo.dY' ;;,, .:

    Md., Feb. 23.-In Dally, ,Dally: Dally P.XJ1JITMa '

    'Br i ({'' farewell address, at the anniversary body, aid.the rest The restores food builds the stomach up the A..B. 0. MeT ALPe Proprietress a -r a 800-a Lv..Jackeonvllleu..Ar.. ) ''f1lO p -HOp 800'* -'::r-- 'W m,):,

    ',1 1 1 exercises of John S. Hopkins university to. health. You don't have to dietypurself \! i BoardingUealratila ., ,.,,,.,.8o.Jaoli t onvlUe.4.T- '12& P '. .,;
    ,1' ., 9058......... AuKUHtln .. ,,..... 5Up 041111 5008 1
    a t.
    Dr.
    la ,
    William Osier, who Kodol ,
    J.. t wbaq, taking Dyspepsia Wf8f PALM BE4H, fLORIDA ( : & ..,.........uaiitlnini .......*... BUB p / 'ad ,'.
    about to become head of the medical 1 Cure. J. D. Ersklne, ol Allenvllla people who wish a pleaimDt lUll.. .,.........: :...,.l'a.I4\JLaj.E.\ p44llp.. !!!.!.. ,84Tasoo 0' ",' ,\

    : school,, of Oxford university declared Mich., says, "I suffered heartburn and S place. to ..top at while In Went Palm ;;; : ";p ideas A...........Paliitka.\ ,.. 4-top, i Owe, '
    P I' that nothing In the world la accomplished stomach trouble for some time. My : Open all the yexf. Beautiful location : Beach will find "MINARET COTTAGE." '" i aa lie. ?........PalaU.a/ .Ar. alp p. elbp a. r' '
    0 I than 40 sister-in-law has had the same trouble Luke Worth. Bright cheerful on Olive fI reet between pvernliv and -
    by a man more year on A.r..8an MAtAtO...... ..Lv SHOP, 8 20 B, I
    J and was not able to eat for six weeks. : fern, ]Just such a place Mice clean II ... : TUPP t IJI> .'TIW.i( 0 a
    y : old and that men of 60 years should rooom aud wide verandas Special 800.aUlfl Lt: } n..Saj. ! + I She lived entirely on warm water. After : roams npatl; furnlnbeij; ; e<>comfortable ---
    be retired or chloroformed. American two bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia bed ,, wholoaom.. food VERY' ,p L..Neo.x.y.: 488 p I
    taking rale* for the ... .&00. ( good ;
    1. : ,J colleges, are, he declared teaching cured. ., p ....,..,..,..nunneU .."....p? 424 p
    Cure she was entirely : : mode "te. prices are ;'resomtjionUa-!, p !'....V..l..I> ....... 417 I* r I "
    t-ifl hybrid systems of medicine and producing She now eats heartily and Is In good ................ee.......j hone Only a U tutted number of roomer I a ...........;aotel 0+ .. .l..,.?n. 180 p. .' -
    r' 1O.. ....,... ..Ormond.....,...,... 8W) p 4 20 p a in'a 4 CM
    p Ignorant practitioners and mu.I health. I am glad to say Kodol gave can be accommodate} Table bparatpeclalty P : .
    : 11 > UiWalid ,............1)aytona..n.. 188 p tltt,,p 204141 ",!IS ''. '
    I d'f: : ; rope U ; o(, the United States I me, Lastan.t; ;Ii'Ilet." Sold by A,, G. Rlegel. -. p,, .'......Pork Orange,....,,. 827 II.
    ( In Gala 0 _. 1,. __. MRS. FRANKDApGING.,!: < t ; p IIIO. II ..........jtcw am].rna.......,.. 805 P 8" P 188. 4'J.I iI''.
    ; n 4 universities. My idea 1.1'iBwa \ -
    f' : \ 5' .r.r.wOak, H.Il......,..... 1.2H p "
    I' t aa to the comparative uselessness of : ,, ) II 1266'I! i ,...,....... .Tl uavllJe....?.,...a IMp lUG b! '1JlII! !J ldM! ,M '
    .' 'h Speedy! Relief, A p', ....,..."...Caws............. 114 poop .
    : 1 I men above.' 49. years of age he I.a.ld. aa.rma.n ; p ...,......Rockle.1".f..f. Op l
    A salve that heals without a scar ...... ,!, t \\I till P fe'i
    ; t "may and theworld's' p
    eem shocking ,
    ;yet Witch Hazel'' Salve. No t t I y : 5 'tl-4 V ..........'. Ban: Oallle\ ......... sas p 121<.p tobb'p I! .
    !II *1 history bears out the state is DeWltt's r----, p "\I'1I!! .....,. .....:Nolbourue............ 12/W P ,,.1 ..M.IP.lUIp\ ,
    "I' ment. remedy effects such speedy relief. It wilt Palm Bea b., FlorIda I 11 .. ........Sebantlnn.,...., .. .. lifl s ,
    4 t till'\\ draws out Inflammation soothes cools B I "n tt e I : P.. ....,.......8t. I.ullle.........,.. 10118 a ,
    "In: the science, art literature and P ar&,0; :I i.4I ....... .,, 'ort Pluroo... ,...... 1000,* 120IJp 9uDI1" 1tA1X; %
    A.lut'u : ? p > *
    "4 and heals all cuts burns and bruises. Ioattha.twUlple..you.! : I p ......_.....TlMal. ............... BCD a &tttp. .
    U medicine there has not been an ad- A sure cure for piles and skin diseases. Near talc Worth and c""trall7"h;, >J:'"- OSACH..FLA" I 1 I p .....,....1u.J Jen.. ....,.,........ 86D a 8t,1p, '
    J of the ftrst rank ] has tii' Witch WEST PALM I P .., .Jell ..,.. 1111.. &V.p .
    which
    'r." vane n DeWlt 's Is the only genuine I '# '
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    ted. All rpodernlmprovemente./ I P ....M"I'.8umrur"II.! ..... 118& 81x4! p"
    E)
    ii been Initiated\ 'by'you&g., or comparatively : Hazel Salve. Beware; of counterfeits B : A autet.eluct; fauill; Hotel with home : ; !!. "....... ."IiubeI'uad.r., ,... P08. : 'f'l'
    AiMrcwa > .. .. ... I
    young men. they are dangerous. Sold by A. Q.RlegeL : P \'tQMtJ1lplter. 801 aBIS P
    Ii com' I : / '8-00.. p .westPazmBeash: \ ,...... 'a. OZ&aOll a"p., 1t,ma p.
    "My second fixed Idea Is the useless- AIRS. S. B EA nAN : 1 p 62U p780p .Lv..rI'almJscph. ..... 8PG. >. 5A'p Updd

    ness of men above 60 years of age and i Box 13T Pleasant location, I1'Holo.) CltJ\ : p .6u:1p '.............WeetP..luIB""h.A''f.Oa. ... Boyntoo. ...,.,.. .*.- ''TltaTO 9CU a eye fllkVp' P, t ,'J: /i
    the Incalculable benefit It would be In. Brutally Tortured I Went Palm Beach. Florida : pork and facing. ; on Lake Worth. I I II .,.............Del....,.. ........... !) a RIKf p ....,,." F
    't' I ......'...F,. Lauderd .1e. ..... 611.. 484 d
    to that for p p
    A came light persistent r.
    1. commercial, political and professionallife and case unmerciful torture has,perhaps ._.",'- ______.... Cool, comfortable room, with good: : II ....,.".,. .1I"dal., .. ,......... i629 {49.9. ('
    .
    If, as a matter of course, men : table service. ; p, .....v.L7aon C y..b..i. SiXaBIWa! IH11)
    :, '
    never been equaled. Joe Goloblck, of A.MlAml. 800) S4ey 't:1f7? r 1
    topped. work at this age.- I "
    r Qplusa Calif., writes. "For 15 years I B. HAYS. Proprieties S.
    endured! Insufferable pain from rheumatism L"IDA rq On t..ln..119". 8ft,Tl and and Buffet filetnlna Cats qa,,rn4iw. W.\' .i.11, ''
    .UNION'S' FIGHTING. EACH OTHER and nothing relieved me !. ( ) /! ana! Mlajnl.," 1'arlor Cora" QU trains 88 auil( between St. AifxiHiluu( uinl

    C. though I tried everything known. I Gommercialotel I : I I / v J i ; J i ...:. ,
    I' Chicago Carpenters and Bricklayers at came across Electric Bitters and it's 1'r I .
    ,;! t EDU E( BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND ST. AUGU31W
    the greatest medicine on earth for that
    Loggerheads Over Holiday Question. ;) l and : "
    . FOWLER BROSa & KING '
    : trouble. A few bottles of It completely No,3lDally. Rirfsr*
    : Chicago, Feb. 23.over the matter 'N"'.27f N..24" No.Ut .' t". No'I9t' .IIo.9zt,
    \ relieved and cured me. Just as i Hj\; < tlal t IV
    jJ /!/Y of a Saturday half;hollday 8,500 .carr good for. liver and kidney troubles and E{ taurant'MACHINE ,1>slty laijy Dally N.,4Z.I M t, !!: Dally DIIIIX, :..: :
    r SHOP
    .' penters and, 3,500 bricklayers areIn adeadlock general debility Only 50c. Satisfaction 1141jI( 100UAH li 1 16 PHlUrtc 260/1 800 4-N S.Iwpx 80211 NIl ec4.4'tt. k''
    with their employers- arbitration guaranteed by all druggistsBULLETIN C. W. 5CHM1&. Prop. GAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY i! : 1 !U.j\.M)\ pP.J( 850PM 400 rxNU.JJ IIlb"M..III"I'MJI1j\IVI'M": .- \ 4

    ..v having failed to relieve the AL KINDS LA THE. ana. SHAPE WORK Ms. Mi- 'No 1C' Nv,92f No. No4u / Jtr. NstTSt
    :
    Clematlii Wen Palm Fla.
    Ave Beach Dilly lenity\ 118SOAH d
    situation thus far.
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    Dally Dally, Aafly, 11Y Dally A
    : Ex. Sun Bb Sun. Eli: 5ie. i
    !I'' The difficulty Is made more, serious Cl-atrallylocated. Bate $1.50up GAS, ENGINE; SUPPLIES:
    : '7110"11 111&UI 1110AM IKO-AJl( iap 61gpat.e60ree4eru, ;
    because of the refusal of each union The oly Hotel 1 kwpluff pining Boom FOR SALE ., / .. () ; ,8IiU...x 1I211A.JlllJJOPIltJUQJ: |. 11)1) FM 7LOrx'7iQrajT4JPN.' '

    ? 1 to yield to the desires of tl e' other. -OF- open tor Into train* Near. Ferry Landing LAke Front '' ofPullman orParlorQaMandexeraseaferawtlit'GIVX. .. i
    p While -bricklayers) are standing out !\ : '''' UIPW train. oq,which no extra or Beat far.. .,ch..rw.d. nl
    for a weekly halt ,hoi Way, the, year ,WEST PALM BEACH -' FLORIDA .
    : ATN... .
    ,ff''l BHRGHINSJust 1 40Dally No -It. to to.K
    round tjxey were prevented from accepting i NC M K SMVBNA Bally) PALM. BIJA.CII, .AND, v MIAMI, X.dy!
    a compromise from the employers m' _
    1 IlIOtHtln..M.nOO; >AII 8811.1.1. Lv..BreakersAr... 111)1I"" ,
    by reason of the carpenters'position. Atlantic Coast Line I j..latkl\Lv, 1010AM7JMAH So An t.TM..We..' Pt1nBmehl. '.,Ar AM {"rq. ,
    I (irinoud.v..ljv. \ ... ... .
    The
    'latter workmen have \ ,8'10..005.\. Lnntna. .I.v 1(1( 1N4WVM rf
    i received a large shipment : ..' .. .!....Lv 'l'' 11V4AH11CSAH ...: laudardaly.l. ,
    enjoyed such a Saturday vacation,. : Smyrna... ... Lv. Ar...... .illuml....... .. ls. I.16J'M. ?
    and are loath to yield any part of It. THE GREAT THROUGH CAR LINE FROM LORIDA -
    The contractors Insist upon the same ofy"Oak chairs, to be sold at : \ ;, BRANCH, N0 18 **aunonly li 0) 2 ''No.. No" OlUl'IOUcITY"I'Q4tiClt !Woo ;;. i

    '' terms for both trades. In place ol : CONNECTIONS ,; ; _Dally' .-.-- .Daily- Daily'M_ .. Daily...-, Dullyjl2 _, "
    y the weekly pay day' now, In effect, ONE DOLLAR EACH To Ar.980a400 P 400 p ft 10a Lr. New Biuyrna Ar ')18111> 1110 t.
    The Over its own rails to Savannah: ;; \ i '.)'b""BtI1"I i50,, IUO p < 44 101m r.vIar..JI.Jfll\; : 13p 1 .
    l the men also demand that they receive East ) | .*"" v 7 40 8 18. P isoip' 1080_ L\,. Oriuinfl' City C v, : .''!"Jill'*.p
    J their wages every seven days. Bed Springs, .Mattresses, ,. Cots, Charleston Richmond and, Wash- > \y..ort.Lv.1oo a 800pTiT l(00tpl 1414....|0..nl/I\.7J6.; \ U sip \' 2No. >
    Il ; AU the differences have been submitted No. 11Dally -
    Nfc U
    thence via ) EXTENSION.-! :
    7 l via All Rail ington, Pennsylvania, Dally! SAariNi4I'lANC I '" _'I
    } to arbitration committees from Bureaus, Wa shstands and !! Ex. Sug. .. DnlljpQ. : -
    1 the unions and the building- contract .-- ni,,,......,.Ar. 800 p -680.- I-T.. .. Tltueville.Ar. 12:p
    i 1" ors' council la case of 'failure to To i .iiea< ,...,....L,. if!46p* too a Am..."..... aanfnrd.Lv.i 1000J
    l 1 Tables. v .. The The Louisville & Nahvllle, via )1o tgom r1'
    ; I reach a.. settlement- an umpire will be ; West .. L i

    chosen. The Mobile & Ohio, Montgomery: ( QCCIDENTAt, STEAMSHIP[ CQUN J.'PJ1S' AT .MJAUt'.. +I


    4 ', .; Meeting of Mississippi Mason. Don't forget; the place. To :;Via Savannah. and Ocean Steamship Company. for. New !, at Miami with Steamships. of the P: fr 0.; SC'.S: .Company.Pot!" ( ,.

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    ? .:r Jackson Miss., Feb. 23.-The annual The. ,, East, t York Philadelphia JIo tOD. i ? ; HAVANA AND'. AA
    1J meetings of the Masonic grand The Exchangeat Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and, Balti KEY'' W' $)T:., '
    lodges of Mississippi were formally Inaugurated more. ,
    i .; here' Wednesday: and will the Palms CornerJ. Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation\ Company ;. .. how lobe &1me..at wMoh tralnataay t>e eipwiWvl to-arrive and diTuwr-' : .," (
    the via I .steams hi p. for Baltimore and Philadelphia.. hold bulthplrarr/nlofd.pnrturoa* **"* Um8.....t""4i. noc mi'ifa- w.L
    1 h (. continue throughout week. A large B. McGINLEY. Prop. Sole .sponulblo fyr any, ,d,,Ioy or cpiUMjuuonpd! ftrt.iuj( .tUor",, ,' ,
    number of distinguished citizens from I
    ? '1 "' all parts of the state are, present, the TO KEY; WEST via :Peninsular, &. Occidental XQ9AX.TIMC;. CA,2. .. ..L.... J" J '... !
    : attendance being unusually large, and } pagr.Otbarn IAf4l1'Q"'o" ;i

    qr4. :Bight' hundred visitor are expected Geo. S. Hacker & Son HAVANA, Steamship CompanySOMETHIN1 ; "SEE- THE TICKE-, :T';: .AUENT': 1 l Y

    '" ,; during the week.Explosion \. A:aak,Qe \'l.?...,AtfU ST. AUGUST' .. ;01!. \

    NEW .
    i' In Furniture Store. Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among toe-prindps, .. . ''''''"'T'"
    4 Cape May Court house, N. :j.,, Feb. railroads in the Southern Staled, are on sale by the principal agenta.
    I!: S3.-An explosion of some unknown Through Pullman Sleeper. Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic Coast, Line. : oae.o oaeooaeo 01I _QO_ ae _o_ _o CW':,. :
    Frank C B Commercial
    > yleatoo. Agent, W. D. Stark Traveling Passenger :
    k t ; substance In TToumau'a furniture and Agent 138 West Bay street, Astor Building, Jacksonville, Fla. II.'},!. Emerson !
    I( t t ? hardware store early today: started Traffic Mana, er, W. J. Craig. General Passenger Agent,.Wilmington, N, C. : 8" Mrrt-J.IN'LE"(7': o A: iS

    fire that gutted the building and destroyed .' I .

    [' ,s .: ten smaller establishments. '" . .
    Losses estimated at $100,000. Aslst- w4.. N
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    ance waa. sumbnedj, from ..CapeMay.. '
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    tlOSlAiiult lit.
    l 41, Want Part of Rice's MillIon. a &tties ,

    Greenville Pa., Feb! 23.-Robert MANUFACTURERS OF r
    t t"p Sheaaley a laborer has retained ,. W Are euro incjicotjona ot aom&focm stomach ;: "
    lawyers. further his claims, as an Doors1. Sash.. ,';.....t.:; I :tt. troublo, tiliouMpcaa; or a, bud liver ]MqJavJn\, _will A1'1D E1VIBAli1VIE Q. Ji
    .
    orortako Don't rick i It, and W '
    ." nort yqo. above all. 1 1o
    Jf heir to the estate of William Rice the Blinds, MouldingsAND : f 0'.J11
    ..ft7: S' do.i..t ecplpmglorq'llnlno-bothatedaageroua "
    r I I New York millionaire for whose mur ,. o "ec 'fo.o.pr.O all 0o
    ?,1:1:' ,." der attorney Patrick was, convicted (: 6-{ < 'IP'

    l lift Rice left but few helm. Sheaale BuildingMaterial, : 'iiJ HERBIN', & :o : @ ,TJ.jN..fl... '"1\\", ( 0 '/'
    'N ,
    t7 v.J.a.rOICSUa" "riQ8t
    "
    IT :,; ,, I. second< cousin.E5 .. CHARLESTON, S. C.' "I'. .. his; six their virtues; --nonw oftheir- 1 )"" !, I" ,

    Famine 4." Largest., Factory South. :Pu'41t V; XTS.X' deadly. effects! HEROINE taken ..,..d.. Qp.a.fY.' L b
    \ <- I v
    Baltimore.
    Oyster at I \c( \ ro) Iva'1pv7tUloreatallheadtiebeslput:. (
    '{ t Send for Prices, j u .1-. "'V\ : .
    j Baltimore, Feb. 23.-Ftoy.: the first _ <. ;-*% .2 i *-N\ cJl/IWtlvorgal1alAP. (/ <<< ag4naa414n 4iBt1 / -P.QO OO" _O_ _O O O. ta5t05toNc j
    -- -- "N *' ; biliousness
    ,
    i time In the history of the city Balti 7'to i.\ \V \ 4 "4.P1I heoUachcs '
    y ," Prattlestline ol. office 'eta.tlonel'1. t *I. ": A1* bcp.:011 Ia.., good health\ ,. i f : : ::;
    more. 1 la without- oyster during, theseason 'ifcV -._ .. -, ... ,-.. .
    \ -' "-
    C business cards, etc., ever seen In city. [ 1.t IT
    n.ohYo
    it bV / ) { (
    : r Dealers say lovers of the -
    \ i"a
    Xb:{ .,Tropical: Sun. I jfr- Vx 'OC.I'lggfict MiDrrigesew.. A :
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    valve :moat;expect to \
    :. I ""' : .., P.tiQtinr.\I & TR9 I.AL..SUH.
    "i. enable inks J :
    until. thaw: reomeiswitleh .
    .1 School desks and supplies and : eta e.. : I I ,

    't" .,'"i',1"':.i the dredges' to:let .fresh supply.: I blank book, at Idn r'.. Y Sold.atBiQg.ers, Drug:; ; Job Department \t



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    TUB TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BKAPII, VLOKIDA;1, .SATURDAY, f EDRlfARy 25, 1905 PACK FIVE //'ji\' ,\'
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    OF HEALTH EIGHTYTHREElODIESRECOVERED I I ,
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    J 4 fc 't C.'t''t''t'"R''YnE.'t''t''t''t''t''t'x': :: '

    Work. Of Getting Dead Men Out i,'
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    G Of Mine ( y'i
    Continues l 4'
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    COV. ORDERS AN INVESTIGATION \ / IS' 111. l


    On Account X the Bodle. Decampor From the Plains of Wisconsin and Minnesota

    liifl 80 Rapidly'the Work of Rescue r I' t ; i
    o
    (I. Very Disagreeable and Hard. .,', Springs, spontaneous growth ,;+.Y'Y'.r;

    $10,000 Railed for Families of Dead. \ ," lipsr: '. of exquisitely; colored round I ::+:
    i ', / '
    Birmingham S I" '5 ,, 5\ ; I ",5.. 1.ea :; ., Kress, tr4uiwhich, ? ;, ban bet'tI'i'j '''i; rr'd'
    Ala.,
    Feb. 23. At 1
    10
    o'clock'thla morning 83 c (,'''Jacksoriviile, Florida, Feb.. 231905. ; iirr;.#. ? ? ; created, ;jtbe, nldrvel of modern '.
    bodies
    of via ,
    r POWDER '''ur\vSS"\ ,' f riff'' I 1
    tlm of Monday's explosloh have been I vy commerce familiarly Known as .
    Mr. H, J. Burkhardt,. I ce .' ; "
    taken from the mines and Seven '" v '* .
    Grass
    more .4 "Crez Products. This ,
    Absolutely Pure are in sight and will be gotten out by Lake Worth Grocery Co., Palm Beach, Fla. :___ ; '
    wonderful world's '
    ;
    the i311 grathe ;
    THERE IS fiO SUBSTITUTE afternoon making a total ot 90 '
    victims. Dear Sir : 1I ) 4b,!i.; mast beautiful.. aneat-grow. :..11, q

    After" these seven bodies are removed We have your wtic, instructing us' to ship you lOO cases of Print F 3y from a purely vegetable. soil : ,iJ.i f
    ,. ,,,1 } J"
    ,WANT.CONVICTS TO MAKE ROAD' 'work of active pumping work the will Cooded cease and portionof the Butter on contract. We find that we are due you :2.lbs.!! of butter on ;f# that produces nothing else ';!i '; a

    the mine will be begun, 'as It has 26 We not to shipping the entire = j Sk i / save jtbe? pretty wild flowers i
    .*,H| Introduced 'In North Carolina Legtotature 'your contract, at ctn. dq object you ails' that the ("
    been found Impossible to rescue the elj jtl r enilfen aspect of rt' I

    ,jftaacKh) N.to C.Abolish. Feb. Penitentiary.23.-A bill has mine bodies until of the men In that part of the 100 cases but owing to present market'conditions, and the price we would s ripening, grain and testify to ; ;,

    ''been introduced, in the legislature I It: is figured the that water it will is gotten be the but mid., have to charge you, we feel that it is beet. that we should submit the matterto the pure and wholesome life i +

    *which're.aJIy&* penitentiary.means.. Us the author abolition Is 'John of, completed dIe of next week before this. can be you, before. making, shipments (in addition to your contract. 35-! eta. of this prairie! } country. al 1" \. ii
    so that the
    .0. ,Cunningham whd Is the president lea will have to remain remaining undergrolitlduntil bod 'in tubs and nCrt". in 1-lb Prints is the very" beat price, that we could nt mu nature of the soil- .l 1//
    The
    '.or h. State Tobacco Grower aaaocialttea. 1" '
    then.President you today on. "DIAMO D X" Buttery, and we' would name yo-) that only treed from all mineral r.taaces--m.kl8 tbe Braes wholly fibre, another;, 1
    Flynn, of the United MineWorkers J
    The bill provides for the sale of the has wired for more men to I Bullect to receiving a telegram from lots on receipt of this letter, aud we word for ndaptibllity to the many methods of tnlinafatture and- very long ;

    "IH)0-acre) state farm on the Roanoke assist In this Work. Horrible vtlurs more hnx. of 54 lbs. each at that It wear., Practically It is Indestructible by wear.I to
    river, and the use or all the con- the would not sell you than 10 .n figure.\ ;
    pervade entire mine arising from I fibre is end moth will not attack' '
    ile-tlt Being wholly it a sanitrry product,.
    | except! perhaps the life prisoners the decomposing bodies and disinfectants would not surprise us at all if We were a@lk nfo"40ctsA; pbupd tor 1-lb. Print .1
    \ public! roads. The penitentiary have to be used it. I ,,.,,I,
    prGme liberally to en- ,
    I: is an enormous building andDas' I able the rescuers to work. in. a week's time. It is not BO mUch now,a question of the Elgin districtof Furniture in all designs. t"

    dollars cost first since(and it was last begun nearly in a 1870.mtilled took The'place funerals today of at Virginia scores or and victims[ nearby price, as it !is of getting the butterAt this moment, there prevails Squares 6x9, Sxio, 9x13. i 5 *\; \

    There are in It less than 200 convictsn mining camps where the dead men the West the most severe weather that hits been experienced there for 27 Rugs In all sizes. \1'1'Art "
    the fact that the whole is frozen the creameries -
    the criminal insane that is, persons Acting Governor Cunningham' bas years, and owing to country up

    who have committed high crimes but ordered a rigid Investigation into the 1 are not In operation, and no fresh butter is being madeand theentire
    who escaped other punishments by cause! of the disaster. | g.1VI. E. G R U
    being''There found to be insane. A relief fund of more than $10,0001has I j demand is being swung to factory storage creamery, and if present conditions [ BER."i!; "i

    the state are farm.about 400 The convicts author 'now of the at the been Victims.raised\ here for the familiesof ,j continue very long,we are going: to be up against proposition in the 1M

    bill claims that the penitentiary does I mutter of the value of hl h./lrade/ creamery Mutter We would not make :AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, AAAAAAAA AAAAAtoinciana \ : ,

    not raising! really of make cotton money and peanuts and that at the the NEW' AGREEMENT. r f[you the above offer, except for the fact that ;you are handling "DIAMONDX" __.__ ", t f.'k'' .,

    tree farm labor.puts the convicts In conflict with Ban Domingo Will Stand by Treaty Prints, and we want to do everything in our power to serve your interests ., -7 11} jr

    With United States.New I| just as fur as we possibly can. We have orders on our desk now for We Solicit Your .'
    York Feb. 23.-one of the ]lead-1

    .Afraid Girls Will Marry Filipinos. lug members of the hous eof deputiesis quantity lots of "DIAMOND X" that we are not entering at all, although; Trade In S 5

    Indianapolis, Feb. 23.Senator< Da- authority according to a Heralddispatch I tt ?
    is exhausted, with
    from Puerta we are not limited in price. Our own storage supply :
    Plata San Domingo
    tie introduced a bill today to prevent I '
    whites from marrying persona having''i for the statement that the Do- the exception of a very small car, which is due here In 2 or :1 days and we FirstClass! -
    more than one-eighth. Filipino blood. I mlnlcan congress will accept the new i!
    The bill grew out of a situation at agreement with the American government ( will then have to go /but on the open ma met And buy butter and it will

    Bloomington, where Filipino students with will certaJn. modlll.catlons..Con.1gress. cost us exactly the figure,! tha'; we have named you above. i are'attending the State university and : begIn Its session on B'eb. ;
    are flirting with white girls. Parent 'i 27. .It ia desired the correspondentstated I It you. desire" the butter, please let us have yourwire upon receipt of this + .

    of and these have girls requested are fearful the of pass-marriages -';' shall be, that so amended Article 2 as, of to permit the treaty the,I! for, as already stated we will not guarantee, the above: figures later than I. Groceries: \ ;' r

    age' of the bill.Southern I Dominican government to name the officials tomorrow afternoon. I .
    ; [ who are to collect duties In the "4'
    Dentists In Session. I ports whose customs 'houses are i ij I We h'ul all order yesterday from a party, in your near neighborhood, Prompt delivery Palm Bench. o* West Palm Dentil, Prices th "" t

    Memphis 'Ffeb. 23.-The last session charge of the United States thoseof asking; us to furnish him with some "DIAMOND X" Prints !at the market I same as all other FIRST-CLASS<: GROCERS. 1{
    of, the Southern :Branch of the Nation.at them to be najn d on the approval ,I ,
    Dentists' association was devoted of the American government and to I' price, but we immediately wrote him a l letter, refusing to entertain the idea,
    be Americans, If desired. ,
    t4 the '
    reading and discussion! of tec.h.uleat J
    timr.e
    this .
    Dominicans also ceare suchchange I'lust at
    Clinics atthe .
    papers. were held ( .
    in Article 7 will provide :
    as Yonrs truly. ;
    ;hospitals and a resolution was very I '
    against; a landing; of troops in the re I \
    passed allowing dentists not membersof }
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    Excitement in Monte Crist! Is dying .. 'j,
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    will S.J. II. McLaurin
    Ings. Social functions occupy v -
    the attention of the delegates tonight. out and the lieutenant ccvimander. I 'V: i ft*
    Lleper, continues. in full charge of the "t" ; ...',. President
    custom house. Six American
    Three People Hurt In a Wreck. war .
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    I vessels are in the harbor. .' ," ,,,I.J' I..
    Altoona, Pa., Feb. 23.-Early today .,.
    the PJttsburg special westbound over ,' :'''1"
    the Pennsylvania railroad was wrecked Everything in the printing line at "
    between this city and Tyrone by The Tropical Sun and all work e'tl'cuted '

    running into a light switchyard en- in the very neatest and latest To Consumers Only : ? gine. The injured: Mrs. H. A. Pena style of the art. ;\
    nock, of Xena Ohio. Engineer Bur- ----- "Remember you will get your monev :back if :not Pleased."
    ris and Fireman Grove of Harrisburg V .
    who were on the passenger train were We have been selling the very best Block Butter made in. the world-
    badly hurt while the engineer and GO TO
    fireman on the! light engine were also I "DIAMOND\ X" brand-below the wholesale market price nil. the season.

    hurt. Every new customer was a sure convert to "Diamond X." We have sold J/
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    Florida Hotel Destroyed by Fire. Four Thousand Ffvellundred Pounds of this Butter in the Inet Sixty Days.

    Live Oak Fla., Feb. 23.-The Bon The wholesale price In Jacksonville is 36o per lb. in case lots. We have .
    Air hotel, a large 35-room hotel was .. ,
    ? totally destroyed by fire at 4 o'clock IRON BUILDING Five Hundred Pounds in stock which we will sell to consumers only. At 35c
    t '4 Wednesday morning. The fire originated J
    Ib. 3 blocks for i1.00j not than 3 Ibs. at one time.
    block; ; more
    ri r In the kitchen, but :just how CITY PARK per '
    OPPOSITE ,
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    i 'Do' one seems to know. The hotel H
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    I which was considered the best in the BICYCLEAND .'
    '1' 14 Ibs of Sugar 11 00 Fresh Cottoleue lie a pound r :
    : .. place, was crowded with visitors and ,
    tourists, many of whom lost nearly all Armour's Star Ham loo a ,pound, in palls from 2'to. 10 pounds. Tri-Weekly Sailings Between I''
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    SPORTING GOODS. Armour's Breakfast, Bacon 15c a Royal D8 dllgl'owder40cpollt1' cans JACKSONVILLE ** NEW YORK (

    Passenger Train Wrecked. Be Corn and Roust' Beef lln pound cane .f
    Lard a pound
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    STORE Calling at Charleston, S.C., both wav> '
    LaiCrosae, Wis., Feb. 23.-PaasengeTrainNo. 1
    2, which left this city early I West Palm Beach West Palm. Beach has a fine grave yard but we are not going tot\ >e THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IK THt! COASTWISE SERVICE k ,f

    thin; morning and the fast mall train' Florida burled la it, are you 1''' TilE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES f \
    Not 55, due' here at 11 ,p'clock on
    Milwaukee and St. Paul Direct Service" Betweec.JACKSONVILLE. l\\

    the road Chicago., Are reported in a head-on collie Pay us your Cask for Groceries and CM) Out of That Hole AND ALL. BOSTON EASTERN AND POINTS.PROVIDENCE: '1, }?/'
    lion at Rio Wls. Several persona reported < '
    High Grade BicyclesBicycle Calling at Charleston both w.Y" 'I' SEMIWEEHI.Y
    h
    : Injured.No I SAILINGS. r'
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    L Sundries- We positively save you 25 cents on every dollar spent for droceries. Southbound From Lewis' Wharf BI'"tOll '\ '

    Pity Shown. Sporting Good Respectfully, Northbound From foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville
    "For years fate was after me eon
    tinbuslT" writes F. A. pullodge.. Verbena Fishing TrckelAmmunition I
    )Ma., "I had -a terrible case of I'THE LAKE WORTH GROCERY CO. CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE 'f .
    piles ,musing 24 tumors. When all Between Jacksonville and 3anford.: ;

    failed Bucltlen's Arnica Salve cured New Bra and Carrara Paints \ Stopping at Palatka. Astor, St. Francis Berestard (DeLand) and '
    and all .
    me. Equally good for burns By H. J.. BTJEKHAEpT Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River .i
    aches and pains. Only 26o at all drug
    Azentf "City of Jacksonville"
    stores. Across The Lake. Steamers ,

    Orient Duck Boards and Motor I "Fred'k DeBary"
    and Colds. wr : :
    Coughs Mncl>tri"s Are appointed to Mil M follow.!-Loavo Jacksonville, dally oxoopb! ,8" lnI"ye nt R atn |p. ,mJluUirnlng ;,
    All coughs, colds and pulmonary: ." lento Sanford,daily except Sunday at(1:84( : a.. m. .rP
    complaints that are curable are quickly Ajrent f
    by One Minute Cough Cure. nd Southbound Schedule. Northbound-
    curtfd Eagle; Marine n Stationary Read down .
    'C Clears the phlegm, draws out Inflammation the affected -- Engines .. r.e..S30Pm ..... ............ .... :. .Arrive-uwn Mend upJACKSOXVItLK .
    and heals and soothes lungs. f I 'I, .' d 6 6e ; '. 45pltt...... ...... ................PALATKA... .............:./ :. ... ... Leave S pm 4 .t
    the
    parts strengthens and Agent 3 oo.m ............. .................. ASTOR .... ...>................. ...... '*. 8 30: pin i: y '
    wards off pneumonia. Harmless D. Kle- ArmonrV.. Amerlcus, :MnpeB, Wit- \ .* 4JO .ra................ ....... .. ..FRANCIS........... .. '........... .. SoopmArrives t.
    pleasant td take. Sold by A. find Painter n -- .... ..... ....... .....B ,'.BSFORD (I"LANDt...... .... .. .. ... I oopm "'. .
    ge eon & Toomer's- 30.m.. ?..... ............,,.... .....SANPORD .....,...?.... ..........?... ", $ )U.MI
    FertilizersB. . ." to OO hm.............M_...................ENTEKPRISE.......'.........?........ -.....,, to .nn1n". :,' ;'L::
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    Working Night and Day. J i \ ,I. '
    Tile busiest and mightiest little tiling M. POTTER ;... General Passenger and Ticket Ohce. 122 W. Bay St" Jacksonville. ft" "
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    Pills. . W. U.COOFEH, !Jr. Fr.lgh$ A.;', O.J- L4Y6Lltln!Oka, i + r: {.
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    seas Into ...J'r' ; t'oni of Hoi: strevL JiornenTllle FlaridnA. ; \I",
    I. :: i C..ITA(4KttTy!: GenT KSJU'B ''''. A. New' yolk. 'cLdim: M.JJK:,0..11'11'.1 I Arti) N. T : "
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    . I;,:, EVERGLADES A Joe's Manatee Dead. City Council K '*rvV7 Th8r5!
    News comes from New York vi. the At Tuesday evening's session of the '

    n RICH SECTION Herald, of the the City Council the following bills were #
    death in Aquariumat 1 I. METCALF, GUY I. METCALF ,
    audited and paid: '
    Battery Park, of 'a manatee that was Attorney and Counseiler-at-Law. Notary Public and Conveyancer.
    Franklin: Sheen city engineer account
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    11,, Islands are Covered with Virgin captured in Lake Worth last June by the against bond 'lund 'for street paving \ I

    S''' Forests. A Fault- famous Alligator Joe for the New York: $607 09; account against city treasury for I "

    less Climate. Zoological Association. At considerable same purpose, $703 57. ;

    :, expense and trouble Alligator cap East Coast Lumber and Supply Company I TROPICAL REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE

    i tured two of these sea. animals towed barrel of lime ft 50. i
    ,r The Florida Everglades are attracting them to this city fend had them inclosed Charles D. Reese number for city ? '

    ql widespread attention since the talk of In a tank, loaded on a car and shipped; drays Eta 50.
    Nt% f ;, draining tbem and r lairng' tbousand, north. B. F Carter drayage on hose from

    h I and thousands of acres of the most fertile This is what the Herald bas to say Commercial Hotel fire, $t. : .. Abstracting Titles a Specilaty. r::
    % about it: "Death from pncumouia has J. O. Cheatbam for maintenance of ,
    laud commenced
    n
    waa some time
    ago. removed from the nquarjum at the Battery fire department $ao. "
    Newspapers all over the country are becoming one of the moat interesting spec[. R. E ,Seyle work on streets '27. \ \

    y : Interested la the proposition, and meos of marine life. Commodore a n. W. Idner & Son, office supplies, 75

    now'tbe magazines have begun to discuss great male sea cow, or manatee which cents ________ M ,,

    it, will be from the follow- since his captivity in one of the big open ;
    1 as seen The Holy City will be one of the leading
    tanks bas been constant of -Furnished Cottages--
    ; a source
    tug, which is taken from the current leaturesst West Palm Beach's Big
    amusement to the thousands of
    number of the Century: persona Free Street Fair Feb. 28 to March 4 in- a
    who have dally visited the place was!
    t "The islands of the I clusive. .
    Everglades are
    k 4. luxuriant found lifeless on Wednesday afternoon .: '
    covered with
    virgin forests.
    when his attendant prepared to give him F 'i 1
    The live oaks and the bays are present The Ferris Wheel will be with you, to ,
    i his daily meal. The great animal, was
    i take off the earth at West Palm
    large:: ntimbers interspersed:: with wild you ,
    4 "aeun,'"...rN. wild lemon and wild orange. especially a great favorite with cbil Beach's Big Street Eair Feb. 28 to March Special Tourist Forma for protection of per i'i'son.d
    dren. Henceforth Commodore will be :
    } The pupayathe' custard apple and the inclusive.\ FIRE INSURANCE I effects wearing apparel find Jewelry ,
    seen only as a mounted specimen at the 1
    prickly:: ash are of very frequent occurrence Museum of Natural History. By living ; 01 velers-Good In transit by rail or water .
    and here and there, governed by Don't fail to see "Lnaette the Flying .
    .
    \ lu captivity since last June the sea cow and anywhere In America Europe Mexico or Canada. -
    the size and elevation of the islands, are .- ..dy." at West Pal n> Beach's Big Car- I .
    > baa established a record. The longest 0:
    the cabbage palmetto and Ihepiue. Wild : nival Feb. 28 to March 4 inclusive. -
    time that other animal of his kind
    4 rubber trees are also found in some localities any Everybody goes to see the Bold Bank
    1 bas i been known to have been held is six
    growing to an enormous size. All Robbers the best show on the pike, at 0:
    months. He was brought from Palm
    through the region there is a'phenome- } : the Carnival Feb. 28 to March 4 InIUlilve. ; ,

    '' nal growth of vines. The morning-glory be Beach obtained, Fla. Another for the aquarium male sea cow in will the '. ', ; -- NOTARY PUBLIC WILL CALL AT ANY TIME ON APPOINTMENT' """ '

    1 and honey-tickle attain great. size and ',. .
    spring to accompany Commodore's female i
    are almost everywhere: The wild fig mate." Hartford tires |3 each, new rim and
    which fastens elf about a maassve trunk spokes $1. At Oruber'a. lw
    'I r of live oak lives
    or bay Its cannibal life
    River and Harbor Bill.
    :, until the supporting tree trunk baa been The Realty Mortgage: Company of a I di

    1, destroyed. Wherever the land Is dry Washington, Feb. 34.-The river and West Palm Beach Fla., has aa abundance OFFICE NEXT TO BANK, WEST PALM BEACH

    enough the coontie plant flourishes:: harbor bill carrying un appropriation of of funds to loan farmers n9tf

    'Tills plant is really the\ Florida arrow- "17 234,657 was pasted. by the House of '
    : ; rort. It Is the malnptay.of the Semin- Representatives yesterday afternoon. An Lowney's chocolates at Hllller's. r5 t =A.KR; .RStilkfC1R..fri7E''-'JeVSt'o.. S -t k } iR ,Li7t3tiKJ7t $ 'II;

    i; ,; I ole. From Its roots he extracts flour and amendment to the bill was passed providing i,
    larch, both of which are delicate and 'I
    that no process for removingwater

    I)!::;:,. digestible."There is a remarkable variety a"odIJ hyacinths", tom the navigable e0.-; THE MODEL PHARMACYHas f
    treanisof Floride shall be used which D. W., FENT0N &
    profusion of wild flowers. Orchids are
    : requires the deposit of poisonous sub
    ', (,! found lu great numbers and are of great stances. This amendment. was suggestedby : :, : : settled down to business for 1905.. *&*
    On of the islands ..."..., .. ..tUndertakers andEmbalmers .
    } IJ beauty. many grow Senator Taliaferro of Florida. 'V- ',. ,, ., ,.- : //F )
    2G fronds : :, ",:,, j'I'' .; ; ;'l "
    giant ferns,the of which Entering
    '' t 11 measure The appropilations for Florida in the ',' '.; r: ;"If'::' tI1., the new year we '
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    ten feet in ,/", Jf1i2
    length. House bill are as follows: Key West harbor. ....... .....:::;:;i.---'... w .f )
    "The shores of the streams by which !:
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    $S .ooo; HilUhoro Bay, $ 00,000. -- Mean to do best
    Qlu the glades are entered ate covered with our
    4 i.,. :: and for the continuing contracts, $348- Gruber Block. Narcissus Street WEST PALM BEACH. FLA
    rank of the
    growth cocoa plum. The
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    Pensacota harbor Jioo.ooo St. On
    350; ; all
    same:: tree grows all about the edge( of the ; occasions to keep on hand .
    and for
    S Johns river $100.000. the continuing _
    aC ; ..glajles producing blue fruit on the east 'St. r
    ft-/ ern edge and white fruit\ toward the west contract 1309.750. ; Johns Due supply of Perfumes, Soaps
    river, Mills flats,
    jit Orange $35.000;
    The flora of the whole region is unique Crystal, An cote, Suwannee. and Withla-! THE TROPICAL SUN Eau ,
    !: and unstudied, and contains, no doubt, FiQest Printing de Cologne and other articles \
    chocbee rivers $30oooremoving; water 1) ,
    of and Job DepartmentjI&ttis
    scores plants unknown unclassi
    hyacinths, $59.000; Apalachicola Bay, Likely .
    to
    please
    4 '} fied. our customers
    "The $30,000. _______0...___ 1 i
    Everglades: are not a sports- .

    I f', man's paradise in the usual sense of I rom John Y. Detwiler, of the S' 'te __ ___ .._ .o<..,, ... ,__, _____ _.. _mL_ _. ___'_ Peep in on our new and ; '
    :. tint term. Nevertheless, animal life is Fish Commission, we'! learn that many .

    ,, i' fairly- abundant in that portion of the parties down the Indian river are using I Handsome display of BATH-ROOM
    : area where the larger islands lie. Deerare seines for catching fish. The practiceIs

    found on both the eastern and west. a bad one and will soon exhaust the { : : & Epps Accessories & see what adds ?

    ern edges and now and then a bear is supply of fish. The hands of the Fish

    'I: seen. The panther bas not entirely disappeared Commissioner are tied in the matter, as I HIGH-GRADE Real comfort to lavatories '

    ; an occasional one finding his there U. no appropriation! available for .

    : way into the explorer's camp Otters prosecuting offenders. The coming Leg 1, using Drugs is Scientifically done
    are plentiful and the Semtnoles who islature should place money at the disposal -, Men's Furnishings & ShoesSole

    hunt both the niter and the alligator of the commission to look after I At our Store where delicious Ice I
    l ; for their skins, derive a considerable offenders!! and stop the practice of seining

    revenue from other trapping The alligator 1 in Florida water.-Daytona News. CREAM from Famous BILTMORE

    is often teen, and his gentle roar for
    Agents this City for the following
    k e is by no means unmusical. On the southeastern ANNOUNCEM You may have' served to youIF'

    edge/ the crocodile (Crocodiles At a special meeting of the stockholders Strong Lines of flerchandise ,_
    ---- L. _..__ __ _
    American) Is found in small numbers of the Planters' Packing and Pre. __
    though bin most favorite. haunts are serving Company-formerly the Fruit i*
    and Vegetable Growers' Association of
    the mangrove fastnesses between the Delray, Florida-called for the purpose Shoes for MenThe 'v Glades and the bays and sound about of amending: Its charter notice of which ?
    Cape Sable: was published In The Tropical Sun, a .
    "The climate of the Everglades. is almost newspaper published semi-weekly at Banister" Shoe :$5.00 and $6.00
    West Palm Beach Fla., for four
    consecutive
    ubN -
    #' faultless It is singularly equable weeks preceding: said meeting at The "Crossett" Shoe, #3, $4. and $5 f West Palm Beach

    it showing no extreme of heat and cold, which more than tbr.::e-fonrthft of all This Hamilton Brown" Shoe #2 to'$t 1
    and not subject to sudden change. Even Block Issued was represented, said stockholders ./
    did vote to amend the charier I
    I 'norther,' out of the :
    coming region of .
    of said" follows
    corpo-ntion as
    .' rF ice and snow., is soon softened to milder "Section II. After the period following Shoes for Women : Town Lots.

    temperature, and the heat of summer is the word "advisable," in the fifth line, I ii .
    '" the corporation may establish, maintain '
    made genial though the I
    mercury may
    and operate factories for the of "LaFrance" Shoe, $3.00
    1, be well up in the eighties by the ozonii' : purpose
    canning preserving and pickling all The Petors" Shoe and CIliK i
    $2.50 $3.50
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    :3:J fied air, which in. everywhere In the kinds. of fruits and vegetables and may RiiUnii n Lois
    :. Glades. The year is divided Into the bur and "sell, produce of all kinds and
    \' dry and rainy seasons. The latter may rAnd dispose"of the finished productsof
    its factories.
    ,' be roughly spoken of as including June It was al.o voted by said stockholders fiawes: flats from $200 110;,.
    r and September, although well in the I to change Section VI. of their charter to up,
    Olades.sadden light showers, la limited read: "The highest amount of indebtedness one-third cash
    3% areas are likely at any season and in or liability to which the corporation Cluett Shifts balance by semi-annual
    ..t time shall itselfshall
    I any one subject/ installments
    the autumn a high degree of humidityIs not exceed twice the amount of the on reasonable time, accord-
    constant. A lifetime jni nl,be spent; stock issued by the.corporation." ing to ,price of lot.For .
    \ in.tbe region.and no-signet px JUrl.ever I. Therefore, on Monday the Ijth day \

    t ;,; be discovered. Pure Mr,but. Moves in March His Excellency 1905 this corporation N B. Browatd will applyto Governor .Our Shoes are at Home ." ,prate and full Information apply to "

    .gentle breeae 0".1'.t expanse of of the State of Florida, 'for letter. In Every Household WALLACE '''R. MOSES
    par water is the perfect assurance of f patent authorizing the changes: herein ,
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