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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: March 1, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00017
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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;: -'EAST::: COAST SYSTEM Manager. Blackman rays it' will Rev. F. W. Weatherwax to Con- ,i. BEING TAKEN

t be the Best Ever Held ,, tinue as Pastorof Con- ,
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H. The current Issue of the-:* Scientific cup porting the elevated work, but with I For dnys' and ti"ysl1lere line beA talk would hove spent' weeks in the city IB- Ir

American contains the followtoJl interesting the exception: of the bridges, it if probable AB the time grows shortervjthe more The many .Iriends. in tbiscltv! of Rrv.F. of many rjal estate transactions In and stead of days had not the hotel accommodations ? ,

; ,that steel posts or piling will be promising; become the indications that W WfHtberwax: will' he pleased to I' M been too crowded and limit i tv
article' : about the city but owners and
I', utilized; entirely. Tbe metal below tbe the Annual Dude County Fair, to be held learn that he will continue his pastorate property ed. The crowds that have come here !y;.
;! "Before tfey West can be reached it from March ; chit the church for real gestate meu are "DIU"' wben approached .
i1 water must be protected by incasing the 8 to 12.wlllt"cllplle anything Congregational another this season have convinced everyonethafWest

will be necessary to build 129 miles of pillars wood, which has been treatedto of the kind ever hell here, both in the year at least' by newspaper reporters, leaving i Palm Beach as a winter resort i"

Vail way on the keys and over the sounds a preparation of creosote, which, in number of exhibitors and the articles At the annual meeting' of the congregation the impression that while there is"aomelhlng is yet iu Its infancy and that, more
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I !rr and other passages'separating them. In turn, will prevent tbe wood row being : that wilrrie displayed. Inbt Sunday ,Rev. WeatlierwxxMB in the wind" nothing tangible j lintels are needed '

\ all, twenty Islands are availaMe Icr: tbe damaged by tbe teredo. In .prakirg. ou this ,line Mr. E. V. officially rtquenteil to l serve the has yet developed.It | As -oon as. tbe rush of the season laver }? Y

t extension but no less than forty miles "Upon ibe key and adjacent waters Blackman, secretary and general ..manager1 church lor another year, an J it was voluntarily is positively known however thai Mr. C. W. Scbtui'l, proprietor bf

f of elevated work must be built above the over too miles of railway will be required of the Fair, said tbAt the indications proposed thai be be given, a : several cRpi'ai R'sliave their eY Rolllhe he "late Commercial Hotel, will\ tear

: water, not counting the trestllng between not counting the trestle con. rcting are brighter a laigeand/ better Fait this substantial increase in salary.At I Cottage City, an.It\ is further known that way the ruins of the old building and I

I Key' Largo and tbe mainland.. with the mainland aDd I Ibe portion season than ever before. The north end this meeting' three, new memberswere I ninny options on valuable property have ill commence' upon its site tbe cuntructlou -

.i "Fortunately, formation of the keys which, must be built through the Everglades of the county, especially Went Palm received into the church mat ing a : been taken in tbe past ten daft, but just of a fine three-story hotel

, ", lends itself to tbe project. Rising but a to the present terminus ol/ the Beach and Lake Worth poinmwi1l make tout of ten new member within the past what Mill\ tome of it remains yet to be hicli will be built of artificial: stone and

",' few feel above the surface of tbe water, line. The total length! of I the extension the grandest exhibit }bev have ever put few months. The church was payer iu lIt:
I t it cousitts of coralline rock clfiring ar is estimated at nearly too miles, and out, both infancy work,'truck, produce, a more pro-perous condition, spiritually i if the next few days should bring", to lightsome ,I t at the new Commercial will be much 1

I r level aid smooth service alter the lew when completed it will! undoubtedly be etc. add financially, and i ill ecu tinually grow big deals, winding up the present. J linger than the one recently dent toyed y' '1
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1 feet of soils' which has accumulated on one ol the most expensive, piles of rail The number of applications from the lug: io numbers and strength. season after the fat-hion of three or four ,1'V fire' covering several, adjacent lots

i f the rock, kits been removed., But a way construction iu the world. Nothing Homestead country for apace have gone years agar, when the city experienced a o Clematis .....uue. As to the authen-

t uiiuluium amoun of giading will be lequired approaching the marine work baa ever far above the most ",,"gull1lexpecla. Lady Duck-Hunters Give Supper genuine boom, which was followed in i li 'I Ity of this statement The Tropical Sun ;t tis

I and an abundance ballast 'It been attempted. The Third A venue rail tions which fact assures the Pair an exhibit Among tbe many visitors. who have tbe summer by the erection of many sub I not prepared to say as Mr. Schmid
, form of of the Manhattan Island is from this section stantial aud b not yet completed bis and i.n i.
!..: available iu the piecrs road on, slightly promising! that been enjyini| life in the Cottage ClOY business houses very pretty s plans
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(( ...' rock which is found on. ail of the key, longer than the section, ?to be built between will" be second to none ..the\ show. ibis season, none have taken in more of, fionies. t prepared to make any public stateI'ollowing -

, I I The fact thai- the tame formation lies Babia Honda and Knight's Key.T From all other sections of the county Its attractions and recreations then have Iu connection with real estate matters m tits.

f beneath the intervening waters renders :. Lucin ut-oT( by which the South- tbe applications for are there is ea of jzqssip upon the heels of a real
1. e splice more M'rs. W".K Walker of BurliogtotiVt.. alsoj n.great_ _.!! !!!! ..cjon,t' i I{
j the scheme feasible in theopiuiou of era Pacific system cruses the Great SaltLake'cou.prises nuimrable than ever before, and now and Mrs.lChnrles F Aruihage, of Jamestown cerning the erection of a large hotel forWent estate 'boom, should it come, will be a r

: J engineers, for it offers a sufficiently rm'foundation twenty-six miles of: trestlework all of the floor space in the )building: N. ;Y These ladies have ""tollly'' Palm Bench Hir present tourist l,11\'y\ summer in building cir les, fend this Sis
into which kuppurts of while New Orleans and \ its demonstrated tie' something that business man in
I :, the I> ; the enlarged twice former IlzlI-ba. taken in the rowboat trip to the Ever- reason bns lully necessity ( every

}I the bridge aud'other work can be set I I Northeastern railroad crosses Lake Pout. been well taken, aDd there is no doubt gUdt-s, but lIe'dav last week they procured of such an enterprise Here there the) city will be pleased to think of and 1

+ The depth of water, however. Mugcs''cbartraiu on a structure which is eight !but tbat the Pair will opeu with' spaceat a couple oi guns chartered a having been crowds of tourists who look forward i to g
feet since srveial :( miles but both of the* latter ___un
three eighteen '
front. to in length, a premium launch and tried their hands at duck -- 'I :,
of'tbe RattBages are navigable\ fur vessels "j are merely wooden resiles'Slid off r no ISeBldeH. the exhibits of prod ucei'the disPlays !
for few lirur in the '
hunting a early
of Ibis draft. Tbe deeper channels will, I parallel to the uterine construction which of woe ks of..rl. fancy needle work, morn, on lower Luke Worth reliirniug l MATTERS OFLOCAL [PARAGRAPHS ,;;r' \

Of course, be spanned by draw-bridges, must be carried out on the Key West preserving and canning of native fruits
home with a string of eleieu fine birds :
and U U proposal" to support tUeiu ou line' etc, will\ be fur greater end better tltau aa a result of their prowess. Wednesday I INTEREST ,. PURELY PERSONALPeople ,:

piers of masonry at a sufficient elevation "The building of this extension, bow- any display! similar nature ever put I night they gave a ducn dinner to '

{ t above.high tide by far the most extensive : ever; will\ give the railroad in ' marine work will be between access: to one of t> roasting", and serving with their o bba..de taining to West Palm Beach ,People Whom You May or' \:.\
f .; What is known ,as Babel Honda and American coast tbat of Key Weft, Black man.andlsaued from the Metropolis "

1' ECnight's Key' These islands, located which has. a depth of thiity-three feet in press, is now out and will b? distributed their the skill splendidl..preparedtntphi.sof >>a" Nimtods. The spread and Vicinity. f May Not Know. ),,.'i; ,'

about midway in' the series, are uo less the uiHin entrance. The harbor is ccessible among the growers" and exhibitors -- ,(
I was enjoyed l immensely by their eight' i"
than eight mile&apart, the water varying by lOllrilffereot passages, and during th r week. The list is one of the guests and the lorluiiate ones are now Mr. Arthur Spi'zer' suffered a painful F]\, S. Dewey spent Monday in Miami ,Y I

y la depth from six to eighteen! feet. At I is sufficiently commodiouy! to accommodate most complete evergol'en' out, Is artistic anxiously a..sillntbe/ next expedition accident by severely inaahiug one of his on businessil'Among [

i this point the reef which extends, along a considerable' diet of ocean-going lu design and so arranged that one can of these ladies lor birds or gawt. x fi"wer1l.-1: !lanri'News.Wanted.Woman the visitors from the,Cottage 1'I}
Atlantic side of the keys for such a vessels. It is understood that one tea, what t
tbe readily see they are competing for for ; City to Miami Monday, !. George H. JMaltby.
A \ distance is broken and a considerable son for building: tbe extension.: is to establish or what Is offered for the different exhibits. Ren.al. housework : '
,; service ,County Fair Notice] ; must be good cook; 1(
mileage tbe structures will beexpo.eddirectly'to a transfer between Key .
ferred. Permanent place if satisfactory MaYClrG. G. Currie Monday and ,
A number of ard Havana that be I wish to to the ladies of Palm! spent i
the open sea. West so freight can Mr. Blackman, sod his assistants froui say ,
if :*
Box fens iu Miami business.
city. professional
Apply 444 Tuesday ou
j other passages vary from one to three shipped from this. country 'o Cuba! by now on will have their entire time taken Beach and West Palm }Beach having work '
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miles iu extent. the->carload: without breaking bulk en up In assigning apace and pre| tiring the lor tbe Dade County Fair that I wouldbe Dwight A. Allen lost a valuable horse ,

t "Several methods are available for route.". Fair building for tbe exhibits: which will glad if they would send-the name into at hU. home, south of the city, Monday J. C. Vertrees, Jr., a well-known Pa-

I begin coming in a week he c., and continue me nut later ,Vhan March 6, corner of night.: The animal, while suffering with latka business man, spent Monday in

until Wednesday March 8, when Puinselta and and Datura streets, West an attack of colic ran into a barbed wire the city. i"

I r A Good Word, for Ills Town. March Weather. the annual Dade County Pair 011905* Palm !Beach and I will pack It. I sincerely fence, death soon following from tbe ac- J. A, Crews, re if anting the Times-

Mayor Currie, wbo always has! a good H. P. Hardin, of tbe Jupiter Weather will be open to the public.-Miami Me. hope that every lady that can wI'! cident.At Union, was in flitty Monday the

word for bis home city, has been putting Bureau has issued the following data, tropolis. conic forward and help me in this work I) o'clock last night the game season interest of that U' <. cut journal. ,

? in a few licks in Miami. While in the which covers a period of aeventeeu yearsat I and make our exhibit a credit to our came to a close and the "gunner"will
Barman
i Joe o Jacksonville, spent
i r Magic City yesterday he gave tbe following the Jo pi lor station Tbe data Is issued Attention, Tourists city, This ;can only be done by every now hang up hU rifle and confine Monday and Tuesday with his pareats

interview to a reporter of the to show the couditlo.il that have prevailed one doing what they can. his sporting talents to the rod and reel i1
Make arrangement for the at tbe Earma n House
your sea
Record during the month of March for Thanking, you in advance for your sup
Evening : until tbe opening of the next season-
I son 1905,600-1! Several furnijlied !
Major George G. Currie of West I the past seventeen! years, but is not in cot. port. I "ni yours'truly, next fall. J. B. Donnelly of the East SHe I.
from 1400 for the'season-'
Palm Bench, spent yesterday in Miami :any sense to be construed asa forecastfor lager $150 to 'MARV L. PaRDUE.I entertaining his niece, Mrs. Wm. J. ,
; several
for
I Ready for November Address R. P. Turner who has lat
last At his the month: occupancy I\ Brown of Baltimore She will remain
r add returned home oigbt. present {
t hotel last night Mayor Currie said: I Mean or normal temperature, 69':!. Lock Box" 419' ,-West. -Palui Beach- I "Sermons by the Devil." Sea It- months held position In the has business taken i Palm Beach for several weeks. fri
Florida. office of The'Troplcal Sun a
t"'Conditions iu our end of the county The warmest month was that ol 1903, "J! read It. At Idner'aage ""
I position as bookkeeper for the East Mrs. A. M. Price and MM. Eliza McDowell ,;

( are mire than satisfactory Business with an average of 73 7. Coast Electric Light, Power and Ice two prominent ladiesfof' Brazil \\1 t (

affairs are healthy and prosperous! and The coldest month was that of 1889 I Company lie entered upon the dutiesof Indiana, who>buve been touring Florida, ,t'+ ,

4 we bave had the best hotel and tourist with an average of 64 8. WORK> COMMENCED t his new position Monday morning.Riddell's are at Minaret Cottage, stopping to take '\
iu history. Io fact it has The, highest temperature was 89onMarch '
our
season Canlval, arrived a look at the beauties of Palm Beach I
a been a matter of considerable difficulty 311901. CANNING. Great Street, ,, '
ON FACTORY in the city Monday morning from Miami, Mrs. Celia McCreight and, daughter, i
several times this winter to furnUh our Tbe lowest temperature was 33, on I
for the Miss Lizzie McCreight, two pleasant and t
where it has been exhibiting past!
March
,1 visitors with suitable accommodations. 3, 1890
the various prominent 1 ladies from Camden,' N J.t
The tents containing
tea days.
'We bave the swiftest little fire department The earliest date on which the first
in the United Stales, and to "killing"\ frost occurred inl| autumn, ,Delray, Feb. 28. Dr. J S. Thompsm, i adjoining, which was completed last' attractions:the big Perris wheel,the are enjoying the lovely climate of this't'
red lemonade fiend and the confetti and section of Florida making Minaret Cot,1,
.. sbV% t'our appreciation of their truly Nor 18. formerly Ocala, has located in Delj j week. M their home while here. > ",
tin horn all located on the lot tage
are
';pwJL\ erful work in exllojulabiDg Average date on which first "killiiiR" (( and has P. W Chapman is still making many man 1"."'".
opened an office in the Me-
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Sun office and if of Three f'
of The
west Tropical Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Troy,
I In Dec.
of weeks frost occurred autumu
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CooHne.rclal; Hotel fire, a couple 39. improvements in the new Chapman Ho
Rae drug store. this issue of the is not up to the ; Rivers Mich. grandparents of Mrs 't. '
dale which last "killing" paper ,
when the destruction of the entire Average on tel.. Everything is done for the contfoit
ago the fire frost occurred in spring;Feb. 14. Work has begun on the erection of the usual standard it can be accounted for: George L. Branning and Miss Lulu An- 'IS
town seemed certain, we gave of tbe, guests This house is now one of I *
? boys banquet Friday night and raised The latert date on which last "killing' large canning factory plant just; across" tbc'btlt: kept hotels in Delray and( la eu- in this way; I gevine, are among the number enjoying y

it a cash fund of over$ioofor their benefit. front occurred in spring. April 7. the railroad- trAck, opposite the Builders' joyiog a large patronage One of tbe most enterprising{ citizens' life in the city at present. They expect }. 'j

'We have Jut made another record, Average precipitation for the month, Supply Company's yards. The oo- of the} Lake Worth /section is Mr. C. N. to remain in this vicinity several week 'I
S Sligh and A S. Pearce of the '
I f of which we are very prbud We issued 3 ao inches. j ject of this building Is for the purpose Sligh, Packing Company, of Jacksonville I Newcomb, propiietor of Riviera, oppo Mr. B. Doyle, of Pickering, Ontario,

.t bin'dsfor sheet improvement purposes, Avera q: number of days .01 of an inchor of canning the large supply of pineapples were in town" several days, looking site the inlet, which Is one of the very is visiting her brother, J B. Donnelly,

and have actually built and repaired more, 7. and vegetables grown in this vicinity finest estates on Lake Worth In aitditibq on the E lat Side. This is. the first meeting
xs tbe and working business
/ over crop up
I r g mora streets with our bond fund than The greatest monthly precipitationwas and along tbe I east coast. ) for their packing,bouse at that, to operating the famous glassbottomboat of brother and sister io thirty-two i '

tbe original specifications of the engineer 9,47 lecher In 1903. Mrs. S. S. Lln on upent last week at point 'I Lady Lou between this city andaivieta jears, and it IS useless to say that it was

i i called for. I do not believe tbat The least monthly.precipitation was Miami' with her grandson.Ray McLeod Max: Manuel and wife, who have been which is one of the greatest attractions n happv one.County ,
In municipal history .69 inch, in 1894 of i for the tourist this season, Mr, A. E. Hcyaer after a
a there Is another caw Theo. Schkarz, r Erie Pa., who has on 'a visit to Havana, Cuba, have returned Judge S
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where a public futnl has done more Tbe greatest amount of precipitation been guest at tbe Scammel House. for to Delray. Newcomb' has'a little printing plant and; visit of several days to this city,returned

work than it,,was intended or expected recorded in any 24 consecutive,, hours tbe past week has returned home. Tbe last cold spelt predicted did not i I. publishing an interesting little daily to his home In Miami Saturday night., P

r to do.:' was 3 78 inches, on 35 sod :36, in 1900. which he has named The Riviera, and Judge Heyaer Is an extensive property
S.jSThome and& family from Cadal- come with the force that many expected
____ Average number of clear' days, 14; which gives,each xfleinooo, much valuable here -uc1lt was rumored that b* ;j
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owner
lie, Mich., have rented the Sundy cot. Consequently no damage was done to
partly cloudy days, 13; cloudy days, 3. ,
e'of M und
candles at the information to the home. parties
) with
Il belt coufer( pertain
finest tourist was le- ,(
i. Wind- Tbe prevailing"winds \have been t.ltoa Swioton avenuejRe vea, table*.
r "| wslcl bakery. I from tbe souths *..Mr;Oser, the Methodist minis- 'Work on: ,S. Bird' new dwelling Isi ace 11 er. ; who are twttampl.tioglheavy' \ ,investments l
The average hourly velocity of the- All farmers" desiring loan should realties, in and about the city.
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t' a, 3, ',Eor9sie 18aJleefs'. +trdlsiKib'ttfaleRhtt1 L.iti.&t1sIrze man" $31 1 wiC ., } rtl"i "ct.r.; r!' 'J..rfP9't,. Jt pulgievegguat{ ( }gi1rApI? reteNIt i"b- likely, address or call on tbe R alty Mortgage ufartford .
i 'tfrew and
itOhAliPRtg r li.,jtAP1Alti As tfr+heeW114natarool'ilrlBi' l. the t'\b fJ cwn' <; ,u, 'MfoIr.' Oller that dils boil 9t lfjJ II i5..;qfl'tct l CompanrvWeit'filtti'tleaehvrtaiPalm f3cJa.'I1..rl.
The Tropical Ban omoe. from the southwest the lib,-lI16: I'baa Just moved 1 Iota,l ebeautiuiparson.t ., and ready for occupy e1i'a. 'rew Sys.rr Beach FIlL n9U ,poke. U.. AtOrnber's., Iw

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1' an amendment to the Indian appro-prior M A Cliarge g
\," ', Published Bvery Wedoemlnv and KniurdaiT ton! bill, a bill for creating' ; ., state

: aT near PALM BEACH, DADS COUNTY, rUOI"'H>" I of Oklahoma apd Indians 1 .rrI, Ir1':? ,j I CO. I

.:.,. Ii States fin an is Says Fed In th ; HogBdv' 'r'. 1 "; is enough to keep> any sensible -

1? ";t' BITJJSfRlPTION( PRICB 3.0O: PISH YEAH, ''eral Judge Is Not Guilty. When the house met today. 'at 11 from bu.ilnKHARDWARE.' :
TO pPr'nD
o'clock the regular's order want''' the ORESieitS MGM

"" consideration In' committee: 'ot the ;r

,;/ Tropical Sun Punishing Comp,. DETAIL VOTE C7 FIR3T BALLOT whole of Mil relating: to the, Districtof M : .

\ CHAS. B. KENDALL, Manager.utercd I Columbia Mr. Bartlett (Ga.) re. I
,I. The United States Senate Refused to hewed,hlsoppoaltlon to the bill author OUTING SHOES No 'mutter how (rood an art 'idle ,

Jt Izing,the Surrattsvllle, Anacosta and b.' It 'is only right to 1 i Ity
,Convict. Officer Who Was ChargedIn tna sell
/t q, a' the Hnw.iffrf" of \\ .BI. pa.. '"achaccondclim .Brandywlne Railway company to .extend y

..''i' .. *tnattoi.' Twelve Accounts ae Being: Guilty its, acne into: the district; The PRICE
I I'I ) AT A FAIR
Of, Offenses Aclnt Covernment., I committee of the whole, 22: tq 30, refused .
f" ; There have beau 1 5.587 pn..tn/l1c.. / er I to rise and report the bill favor: Were Your Foot! t l' ?mnY ,
+ Washington \ Feb. 27.-The senate Whnl' it rW to give' r fulj) ,tahie''\ !o.i'ewy?"
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:., / dWontiiiuwl' since !he establishment ably to the house, and on a point ot / more / ; ", : \ .
sitting 'as "a a court of impeachment for no quorum the roll was called. 'A Ever Tickled P, ,,i. cent people epe> ')ld'vriih, >'on,. Wvewlwayi,' "? won

} '";" .l I' ol rural..five delivery In I bin country. the trial of Charles Swayae, district quorum appeared and the bill\ was favorably tcood, steady customers that, way. ''tJ'time'insee a njl, ,

J v .Il Aloeomotlvegni55tstexpreaeepePd" C -'-. bridge of the northern district of Florida reported,, but Mr. Bartlett coo-',I They will bex and, lu. a most, pleasJf I !he hardware we have to 'offer. Yoa'l be pletae-. .,
: : tlnued his opposition and made the "
I : today him all of the antly enrprlfw) ,, ,' ./
acquitted on
of I .W"'y,1f wear off" fHn ,
while point
.i. gtved .OStt piiffrf to the mile H no quorum motion by Mr. you one
Hoe 12 articles of Impeachment brought b; Babcock (Wls.) for the adoption of'' OUR( SHOES.:: !
v snicker going down the tchett DaCamara: :
cigarette' -
t < / the house of representatives.On I the previous question.. The roll, accordingly .... .
h : may gIve OB many la rounding up a none of the articles was there was again called.

f'' 'I' blocks. even a majority for conviction, although Hardware :Company :
couple uf(
/ It required two-thirds to con [ TO STUDY OUR ETHQD In Elk Soles .

41 vfcc The closest. vote was on the ---t 'Wholesale! !) Retailers. of Hardware .
i The Wheaton (Kan.) ExponpotcdItOC -
I o-r"'R bber Soles
last article, the contempt case of W. Seventeen South American Youths to. Beach
''lfr (Ca evidently! n! ood liusinees man C. O'Neal, when 35 senator' voted 'Enter Different Institution. West Palm Florida. ;

r 'A* the top of hid paper he carries thi guilty and 47 not guilty,. while on two I I New York,, Feb.. Seventeen and ,Leather: Soles \

articles only 13 senator voted.for young; natives of Argentine have arrived
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?h .( line: "In God we tnn"' l-thiwe without !,- conviction.The I I here to put Ina; four-year course J ., r M MY "'\
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.1 i i n baggage must PRY i tu HdvtlDCt'"' voting for the most part was on I., of study at."arlou.. American institu In any Color'andMaterial .. .
y 1 tr party lines though there was not a tions., ,Their ageq range; from 18 to and ---e ,- 4 r* e WITWmttPitlm

: strict alignment article. At 20 years, and they will
on any study agriculture
,) ,a Statist\ show that the averageheight
mining, civil, and mercantile engineering AT OUR PRICES 1-o:0-0-o-o00-: ; : <>09
American two I"
of woman \
.; -' /
,: 'h 'tn -bell more than it was twenty-five All but two of the young men are Nut Pglm Bench PirpB.| 'It Uli..EtlA ltbT'S. cb.Febru'lI'tu.looa; Q .

I, sent by the minister of public Instruction. I
? ; years ago. Yt'8. they come higliM ; Those who are here of THESIRKIN CS ; ,ASK FOR
u I
\'. but we must '(uavu them, nays.. lli 1Mf their own seeking are Maxim Roca, a r

,. Gainesville Gun.I nephew ,of former President Roca, ol co. BOSS & SONS .
I \ the Argentine Republic, and Revan MaJesdon. -
() UNIQUR BISCUITSand <)

s A New Yoi k man says he was com Eleven of the party are to be enrolled JeflVrson. mock get a full-weight package IIII the dices* soda biscuit YOU ever tasted <)

it;' I, it pVtely cured l of ttte liquor hal.it 'b> in the Cornell university, three'to '' West TalniPencil>> < i -NO SHORT WEIGHT: tsxin.tyourpocket to pay for Ihe pretty.Q

.. go to Columbia, two In Madison, advertising to which the cracker trust tries to '
'(/';(' nix jearn'conHiienipnf" in the peniin, and expensive magazine t
'. a' ,- Today one to Guelph, Ont, I make,you believe that no one else can make such biscuits as they ,
r tiary. Why not try the treMtmeit ... they will visit the consel hoodwink you 'into buyiug.
,
;' 1' nil of' our iiielnititeo? ankh" 1li ,I. ."' general of the Argentine Republic and ==- '
it on 4 : there receive their formal government Next time you'are in the store, sale; any of the clerk: to weigh for a

( ";9', Arcadia News. 'h Instructions. you a package of Uneeda cracker*, and THEN COMPARE IT with the

j.WJlj ", ., --- ., :.
t, ? A newspaper mm. ''e\oten colnnil ,y ,R" HOT SPRINGS GETTING HELP. taste of the gor.'s, Be your own, judge and jury of the values of these Q
\ ,
/ 'fjJ.: goods. Insist upon. having/ the Unique Biscuit, and gut all that M
,iiendation cif
: in the pruii'e orc-" n
.j.1tr \ Contribution from Other Cities ConnIng coming to you for your money. .
11} z'' t' man and! Ins will! fi- ..:,-t it In a cough ". In-Victims Not Identified. ,
'1* .
t of r weeks.,., bu tAt w. -Ii lie l local I Hut! i" !,' "' Hot Springs, Ark Feb. 27.--Contributions
\ ..., "., continue a( .Finest Groceries ,
to arrive here from ; .
: not altogether plenninf will tn, r L. w. BURKIIAHDT ,
outside cities for the benefit of those !, .
t ,{, v Wmhprei] by tile average reader :tar JUDGE SWAYim, I rendered destitute by Saturday's great : will pay you to purchase our Coupon Bpoks.!
t t' the conclusion of the voting the pre fire. I a

two years.------ --- I siding officer directed the secretary ,,' It Is now generally acceptea that | OOOOOOOo; -O<>-OOOOO'T"TrtT"T"'r""T"t' -, .

i! i- to enter an acquittal upon the records only three in the \
Every mead of' tile :Stetson:; persons perished
and the court then adjourned flames. The identity of these victims I --------'- ------ ,------ ----,..,-
If sity will receive the news of Ullh.pr-\::;I \ without delay has not been established. : "

i '. eAn'tt hi" iti, -; oni inure at the otthe The Judge was not !In the senate I The relief committee, with Mayor I|. I, " " ""r""T"'T"'T"T"'r'T'" " " '!'

during the \' Splendid
Itoard! of Tmsiees of the ini. ,
r [IU- dent's'room Jiifct Lio; !> f" lh,1 chamber. work, and all suCterers have !been; temporarl1y I I

'J tutu with utibiinntlfil, ploiHuie, fo itostMiton The result pf Pit.'i I L: ii i!, t was: sent provided for. I Ii |I, Look nt oar liopn and get An appetite :| Tie I l1ieqelplarmaey I |
to him by hb rttnrrr. P.vr( < of the '
w ., his hearty co-opera'ion' I mid : : ., | No statement as to insurance has !! 'IluiF'awhnr I tlifyHri doilll l i :
house msr.b't.: .1tu. .l. II i uuimg the been issued. Several adjusters have
Y ot- nn iustilullon that I d,lil.v for and will g Cie/tulls 3-
+ ir eupporr proceedings- I arrived and after settlements; have innn\ people they P / ( Ava. and Narcissus S

0' lodes' ('is a child. Theote on ti 11"1 The voting/ on fie ca-e: of Judge been urged upon the work of rebuilding do the I saute fur> ,V>n.I :== w It id 1> sweet and delicious! Our ==

wayne began! at t:10; o'oloctoday\ the devastated district will :: + i'l ==
ilr.I OUU : : i enderanuothe9Urpassetiauywl.etert
prt'.itl"fcWI11'" ) : S'etson' 13: (' com.mence'l'I CHOPS .
on the flrat ait'cl-' which charged I The daklawn racing l lresume ,E
s } I so for its purity and sweet and! deli- :::
r. Qov. JenuingM U. Swayno with certifying'! a false claIm Its spring meeting today. \::01' > 'lit from, the Last of : :: -
( ( very men 1'. :;: > ; claus fl ivor You CAnnot help ho- ==
---'- for expenses. Tl.e vote was guilty, I Not ,Piling! 1 leathery' : Rliiffthur!, looks i I'\ inn,, r..lr..hti'ti wbriieirr yon riruikA ==
+ !\h'l' W -i-Brymi.v li-liveted alkc* 33; not guilty, 39. The detailed vote CELEBRATE JEFFERSON'S FIRTH S glumcf it, and natfffit upon vim 3
; y. a* liuil MM tlipy, timtrh. tetra : ,
on first article follows: I HIP II'PIf : I.i txhilaralinn and l invl oraiing, _
turr recently ith her horns 1t.V! tnj h- Democratic Club of New York Arrang! ehirken And I! E % == '
Y. Guilty--.Bacon, Bailey Bard, Bate / teinlcrH HN 1II'I.PI'pHy nnn A good ta-uc to lrhe} HWHJT that a
I birsibirs' of the Youni \\ Oil in" Berry. Dlackburn, Carmack\ Clark i j big for. Big Dinner. pp-icli.! Thc.v iiinKp jour mouth ro / feeling of melirncboly biifver it ::
|' New York Feb.. Arrangements : 45, liolds you ill iis Is to lake --v:
r Chris-iitn -HoiiHtlon.. I Her i I'll i ij... (Mont.), Clay, Cockrell, Culberson are? being made by the Democratic Wrttt-r.to )look\ lit llicm.nn l they iniikf == Ark} a glass( of our .0tJH(jra-p.HI, d all will fie r
?t} r Daniel Foster t' (La.), Gorman, Kit. your P.NPH jflintfii. whuiou, tussle l ::: soon for ;ottnn. Call on "I'SBt ==
club In this city' to nny
"'It.'hI' Wlda. ) the birth.
I' "'tilt: .\ I'ru..pt.r, nth" celebrate;
trldge, La timer, McCreary, McCumber, tl.cin.: Let fend :::: time and liarn of 1i!.\.,uelits. Tint ==
l ltl day of Thombas Jefferson with nn a. couple '
tr ,: the nriiv<'d nt, the petietnl;; : norlel .i.. JIcEnery McLaurin, Mallory, Martin, a dingier San ormine == vote of all kmdH! 1\1'\!""" IH on b ud. aa1111i11111111111111J1111IIIlIlIIl1111U1 :::
': on Amrlf,! 13, to which rerm'senta.tlve pounds for u,, meal! which ytiu :;;: ==
Money Morgan Nelson Newlands, A G RICGEL
k l. that if Ihe tiILhll'ol1l401I..d; tit) hni< Democrats from all parts of the dill
I will| eh1f.sy* better thuD you ever
(' the Overman. Patterson I'ettus Simmons, country will be Invited. Repl! ,? alI 1 1 &1 1 '
t ;. to premier: am do wi< U''d t. .' Stone, Tallaferro Teller-83. I I I I s before. 1111111U1611111111111111111111111I
ready have received from 4i
( '" would, ) prosper" just HH well. Tlienlcd tn1o Not Guilty-Alger. Alice, Allison, An. persons.I been. I i',

womAn/ Mr not u word) h kenny. Ball Beverldge Durnham, Bur--I|' A committee has been appointed\ to ------- --- I
ft' hows, Clapp (Wyo.), Crane Cullom, FABER BROTHERS r
,
visit Washington this week to deliver GRAFTED
I Said on the mil'it-i-t., De-pew, Dick'! Dietrich, Dllllngham, ,
in person an Invitation to varied Mulgoba Mangoes
BUDDED
------- --- Dolllver, Dryden Dubois Elklns Fairbanks
Democrats of national importance |
''f For thefll'sttimeinntlpnstt. pol' Toraker Foster, Washington,
.
r if ; Governors Douglass: or Massuchu, Largest; Collection of Crotons in the United States.! Palms, Phyila

'., jeareca. )'s the AlndisanNew'j Cn'ei: Frye, Hale Fulton, Hansbrough Gallinger,,Helburn Gamble, Hop.Gibson setts, and Johnson, of Minnesota, bdtb'! thus, etc. An pot grown. Ful! Line of Citrus 'Stock

",:. ':vprice. I the Supreme Court of ljlorid< kina, Kean Kearns: Lodge, Long, Me- have Francis promised, of St. Louis to speak., Senators David Rainor It, Fancy Indian River Oranges grown on High Spruce Pine Land. Address .

;ri" i'' I\ 'le up to date with its work.r I Tin.. Comas Mlllard, Fenrose Perkins, Carmack Daniel and' Bailey have Wlit>lc.M. aii"l Kvtall JOHN B. BEACH, West PaPm' Beach Fla vYOttOltOlitOllOBtOKOKOKOKOKOXOKOttailOMOMOMOilOMOMOMOMOMOM .
NCI Platt (Conn.), Platt (N. Y.), Proctor,
when this tribunal WHH'abon' promised to be '
_ Y was Quarles Scott, Smoot, Sj>ooner, Stew- present. Poultry and Ejrga Dobbins! & Qutgge'Bread ,,

': S-- five jeurs behind; and an Hjit, >enl t. art, Warren-49.! I|1 I I fresh every day .
I When billlous! try a dose of Cham 0 O
"'' a;the ::; Court t-flei-tuii .The vote on the second and third o 5' ".5Y
r ,' -"'., Supreme ufrthe was nn I articles being similar charges, resulted berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets LAKE WORTH PRODUCE CO.- o ., I
I burial of the rights parties' HI in each case 32 guilty and BO not-and realize for once how quickly a

I interest for that period, time. Wit I guilty. I I I Qrst-class: up-to-date medicine will cor- I 'C H. PRICE, nanager; i G. G. Strohm Company ",:-a r:

Clark, of Montana, rect the disorder. For sale by all druggists .
present conditions there: should) I In,. voted not guiltyon > Olive Street West Palm BeachFla wIt
J't' the second and third articles, and I and medicine dealers. ', .t\ -? arY o

iw no loncer:: cause fordelajed }jnstlee this was the only change from the i FAMILY. GReERIES K o

''t, ) The people the Slate are to beron- first.The I T. Tt MrGlnley, undertaker and em-
i FOR SALE o \
fourth article related to JudgeSwayne's Y0
grlitul Led and the. members of' the i baalmer, West Palm Beach. Fla.I .
.! use of the private car of the I i rI
West Beach l..akeFront
ytr, +\t, court commended for their excellent Jacksonville Tampa and Key West I When you bur bread, -why not. have A very Palm dedlrablM cntrnae" with l modern convtnIfttC4m i Fancy Food Products. i Ito

y1' and successful work io brio 4iag u bout Railroad company. The vote resulted, the best The splendid reputationMalewskl'a / A)H4i. lie Ira hi" c..I1.l .Kf nt) "auuth o Ito

conditions. I. guilty 13; not guilty, 69. j{ bread making for Itself uf elt.)'. A pluiin Inquires M III. be. ,M. ltd I. tlifHii"-'.HAFFPll.WeHt : Grain and Provisions. .
r
present The senators who voted guilty were i Is due; to the care taken In bakjng. Itt Piil 11.. Hemb. Ito
,
f g ; I Bailey, Berry, Blackburn, Carmack Is always the best; Its quality can not I o

', + The'Arcadia News, very sensibly remarks Cockrell Culberson, Daniel, McLaurln be excelled. Try It. Leave- your orders at The TropicalSun JEFFERSON BLOCK .:.o.oV !

; : 1 that the man who 18 the pos.r :Martin, Money, Morgan, Newlonds and 1 office for all kinds of engraved f
Pettus. + \ ,0
.' of' !land has tho (.IWoodlawnCemetery. and monogram stationery and visiting -
aeBHorof a piece game The fifth charge was similar to the : cards. 0 West Palm Beach, Florida i.

\ v in his own bands. There is no proS fourth, and the vote was the came ai \ 5.r-tyo. ,, .J.v1oteoleoteotloi1o11oi1o11oieoaroleoir
the vote the I
on fourth.
moter stock gambler who can n itobtoStoA05eoko1to7eo'roleoieoterC
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or J
The sixth article charged Judge Lntu ran now tm obtained In the new vcui > uo to K. B. Porter Olive street for

I '1 ?} jeopardize hitt in vestment.' Where Swayne with- non-residence In the dis-\ tery i t West PHI,.. EwrltWALLAIK 'the famous Hartfdrd tires!

' I \ 1 ,: is, purchased with judgment, lancj inalwnjs trict. The vote was: I It. MOSES &gent.; I Y C
Guilty, 31 not .
I worth the money pHidfnrif, seventh; 'article rutlty.VZ.The was similar, to ., ............... ...........e..B.B.eBBeBBBBeeHiB:

' (, and It in bound to increase in value.. the sixth: and the veto was:" 1 %Uh, ti> Inform erer,*i ixitMin within one 'H.'L '
19 huiulird niHonof. W>itPnlni III'"rh.1I1I1I I tim I i.
Guilty,
; not guilty, CjJ HILLIER
j It cannot be destroyed or carried ', hare to .repair.. your wetchoe.cbwkxend. ,
6 The eighth article related to the 1.\\.lr-IO tit your oyok with\ aiHicialaw' oriisuKUiMMJM
a t + nwa,)'. It requires only! l industry to contempt carte of E. T Davis, and was nod to Mill. 'von nn, >tiiiifruu) ". S WHOr.ESAtH RETAIL 'i
limy want lit my litm. 1 nn cat n whrtur.not
'I ci' iy make It profitable!' and productive.Itconstitutes guilty. 81; not guilty, 61. \"|. '." hilt a permanent| ...",.,Mi nl, n p"'.h- t r M1 .
,
irony nwurrInitndofrwTeltrorf.rtlf| i.tIn.lhlo -
On the vote'was
J ninth article the
of : "| ) fur sissy bittfiiiciw mil tune. hnveU TOBACCONIST ':
a tource
id \; : ." independence Guilty,' 31; not guilty, 61 Linnnnfi irtli( mo. "Dk11i... 1111"J fin ciiIncuHottvpnlriii .

S '.' ence. in any condition of tbe money Article 10 related to the contempt ",d itiMtl" 01" tixiu,| .'*.../ lucylw.enlhyrepi.iet I will, oxuiittnrt, cowl, ,iojwnt :-. ,. Tobacco ..
'"& sad Amid nil tbe mutation case of Simeon Btlden, and the vote u.Mt. by rulnin. mall-If tho inlcu./ ,li* ,luitniitUfiiriot ,: Cigars. Cigarettes, Pipes, Etc, Etc. :
t market 'r. >IMI ann ardor thu )ynswi.| rw- n .
', was: tnnrad.u'it honk..hilI'i"", Ihnrehnd twoilv ,: CANDIES-' :
r8pectlllillveenterfltl""I1; yenrw o\| '' w>ma if ihoi\ .
Guilty, Slj. not yk -
El.Articld
;,1 'I', I guilty hniiHon, In Now 'r-'k: and Ilnrthnoro.ls i + :
,. .11 was similar to article 10, lOriliond WMUjlimnkcr unit Onilclnii\ for ,: A FtM. LINE OF L'cWNf.Y'S CELE BRAT P CHOCOLATES : '
ill UltHlllIuRf, A CriMtbV; tO..'lHCklWHI\illU. -- ,
and the v6te was the same... 1w9\ fnct. oitirhl. to Millleivnt. as.niL. :, Cold Soda ...
latest Order"burin
.;, : Fin line j,of style: rUttlnp On the twelfth and last article, imo. clink I itniln Mlund. hit biMtni'M. nnd ,: Je Cream Soda Lunches to ,Season .\
t cards ,And latest In 1.; Ctera, at T1" which jfiiariintoo ...Uot1'.I'11I' otorr rn.o. ,.
f l Tropical Quo. Call and nee vampla. I O'Neal,was the rote the was contempt: case ol E. A. WALKER.; EXPERT VVATCHHAKER' AND OPTICIAN ': Ice Cream ,SRxiirotK: Btocx.. P.h.1I BBACHl )r

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I hAY MARCH 1 :Ii/o/ 5: PACE TIIRKK< ) ;, : +
THE TKOP1CAL, SUN WEST PALM 'BKACII, FLORIDA, wND.vI;< ,

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pii JAPANESE ARMY IS I II FOi-n: MORe., VICTIMS POUND. Everybody's Column """ ., ,P


Believed that Five More Bodies Are In _..
_.____ .- .;::--- ------ --

I SHELLING MUKDEN Birmingham Ill-Fated. Ala., Mine.Feb. 27.-By atemost \\ WANTED.A .\ $ GLlEARANGE SAllE Is tx

superhuman efforts the rescuers GOOD COMPUTING SCALE

", i at work iu the Virginia mine Sunday Wthe.ZHl & Green. Defray Fl*

General, Engagement+ Is la Pro recovered the bodies of two more Tie' MONEY. TO LOAN.' "
diaatrouaplosion \>
cx
time of last Monday's W'-L
\ gress All Along the Line.1'USHINQ which mfckes. the total num"tar -YOU HAVE PROPERTY THAT LIl'I!: :\ W1 0 F ft '

HM H H. recovered up to this time 104. IP you want to Improve and need money
It Is belleced five more bodies an to do it with apply to Oeo. G. Cut ne,, '. .

MU
-- has risen In the mine. SALE

Much Damage Is Reported a* the Result I The workmen expect to have the --. FOR WOOJiENSIRTS

J of Shots From Elevon-lnoh pump working late in the night tlIERMA.NS:! POINT ON LAKE
.r.
General Kurokl't which now seems absolutely necessary 0 Worth near the Inlet, 48 acres land
Mortar' Used
by
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/j.r'o
.. before th erescue: work can proceed I to acre garden, balance piueapplea. I '
; Artillery. I I further. Many of the widows and orphans 300 fruit trees one hundred hearing. '

I New Chwang Via Tien Tain. Feb. left by the disaster are leaving 40.HulldtDK lingo: site.cocnanut One thousand trees. feet Beautiful lake Beginning Monday February 27We
but the relief committee '
27.-8 p. m.-According to a ..personbp Virginia : front Ideal winter home oetreaf( bent
d has just returned bore from the which now has almost 125,000, for distribution I finning. Apply to Box 155 West Palm ,
will see that none of them Fla
Beuch
ubt shelling Muk-
the Japanese- $
want for the necessities of life. .
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den with 11-lr.ch: mortars. The bombardinent. LAUNCH -- -- --- --- --- -- -- ----- ,
NAP'CHA
'
rE which wan recently commenced 'i, A motement Was startedy to raise OR TRADE acres FOR fine pineapple l land I }i14r; r

Is further reported to have a self-perpetuating fund of $75,004 'for facing railroad hear Deerfield. Address ', have a good] assortment of Voile Skirts trimmed with Ribbon
the relief of those left destitute by a<* Williams, St. AURUH-
Cb..aO.:
behind the
caused Russian great line*.damage far I cldents: In .th emlnes of Alabama In Hue: PlaTROPICAL All nklrts nrc well tiiHde and stood) quality for the rfgular! price ;, hut to move them out at'uDoe. : we aorr..rlng ti

the future. the following rcihiofUnis! :
Advices from. Chinese sources lay REAL ESTATE AGENCY
{ that a. general engagement Is hi fullprogress Two more bodies of the victims mines of $i,50 Skirts for $3 25 ,a.oo Skirts for J4.50 Ari'1'
Virginia '
\ all along the line I the great explosion as FOR RENT

The heaviest fighting la reported to on,last Monday were recovered by the one Seven Roam;;; Collude '' bundmuie--- ; 5.US Skirts for 4 00 7.00 Skirt for 5,75

be occurring on the Japanese right: rescuers today making the total /num. 1- furuisbed. Lake front, located 300 '$8.00 Skirts ror $1150 I

and General Kuro'kl Is said ,to be ber recovered 10S. The bodies gotten yards north of Royal toirtciauu! 11o\el. iiml Mwltoun have ;only few left. The( priced
out today were those of negroes. The ---- In the. heiiv.v wkii-tn. such its! Broadcloths, (Jrevlnott we K
further north and threatening "
weeping rescue party it is understood, has located Tf: 'ii5a: on these will gnivly move theru at oncl" o.r o,
the Russians back on
to crumple
six' more bodies, and hops to Bust Side lake front property a>4 $5.00 Skirts for *4.00
the railroad. I $1 75 Skirts for $1.00
to be I hav them out by night. miles north of Royal Poiuclnna Hotel: \ 4
Is
A special force reported' ,
small cottage, owner aOIllesldenlVI,1 c7 Skirts ,for 5.00
2.50 Skirts for rl. 7-5
moving from the south and east with I MEET DEATH BY EXPLOSION. I sell cheap. 4 $8.50.Skirts for $0,50( ,: s
the Intention of cutting off the Rus. Town lots and farm lands for sr..le I .

clan communication by railroad wlt.b Miners; ; : Believed To Write for prices. -.......-
Twanty-Three ------- ----------
Vladivostok. Have Been Killed In West Virginia Cottages and hotels for rent.

Bluefleld, W. Va., Feb. 27. -Aa a W. I. MvtcMf, Manager, ,
Toklo; Feb. 27.-C p. m.-TTia only! West Palm Beach Fla. .
in shaft No.1 .
result of an explosion f
made from the
announcement today
S headquarters of the Japanese armIes of the United States Coal and Coke BRANNINC 3R OTHERS .

In Manchuria were a brief statement company, at Wllcoe, 23 miners are su > PROFESSIONAL CARDS. V

to the effect that the Russians coi posed to have lost their lives and It --

tlnued a bombardment Saturday a.nd is possible that the number till t e% I 'LAW( Ladies' Outfitters $ ,
---- Ill
that the weather is very col coed this. --- clf iXi \'VUl'I.n' .
Sunday x G
o. i
Up to 8 p. m. 15 dead bodies had c.i
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and that )It Is snowing. $ r
f been taken from the.ahaft. A luee !
TTORNEYANO COUNSELLOR
rescuing party are In the mines t I !
Deserter Must Return. night. It la barely possible, but not< West Ialni Bench .'1". $ '
St. Petersburg!:, Feb. 27." -Yielding:to r
the demand of the United States, Russia likely, that some of the' remaining en. I WO: G. CD Hit Hi ... ",,
tombed miners will be rescued alive fU'I ", ,
baa not only ordered the officers + 1
of the cruiser Lena who violated theIr! The explosion was of terrific fore" i Attorney and Connuellor-nt-Law -. -- -
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.a'' parole to return to San Francisco, but and distant.shattered Immediately glass windows after the a shoe mile I WEST"'--P\LM- -BEACH FLORIDArjI 1t.c.MIt_l': 1''I ," Motor
has reduced them one grade as punts '-" vt : Buffalo Gasolene -
IlttrNNLNle 'I.tlj -
offered was a great number of miners, who were -' ....,rIr _
ment. The only excuse: .
their youth. General Kuropatkln, In off duty today,It being Sunday, ",shed .lttorlJlt'lJIJd. Coutiselior-itt-Ltiw. i '\:'....., A HIGH-GRADE
of -
Clouds .
to the shaft to find great
a dispatch dated Feb. 20, announce smoke and dust gushing: fromtI.,j OIUco( over Itnuk.) I. a Automobile MotorForSpeedLaunohes
that thai Japanese have commenced .- t > WEST PALM BHACH. FL0E0. {". 7"; t<, ,ft

I cannonading In the direction of Gat I.mouth.(Mothers children and other relatives ; ; ; ..; A eed.st.
to and Wansun. passes. 31. UUUHINS .!! ..,
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ban
soon were weeping and plea dIne a xi L't USA "y1'h. they
v/p for bull a century they
for the rescue of those dear to. them Attorney! and Counaetor-at-Law. ""> 'Iwon tuO atundan I-haven't 1
aF TO GET INCREASED WAGES. entombed in the mine. The ofQclaJ Will practice In mate and Federal Couru. y-y1"i l Imi or*,on, than(i to I jifdtluue acv. hliigor:... Bold bet- I N Absolutely reliable

of the mines, including Gencicl Maiager TITUSVILLE. FLA. *U>ttlprn. 1VO9. Kfied An- Perfect Speed 1 Control.
Recalv la till appiunte.D. !
Bricklayers of New York May In. ,
e Rels, were soon on (he ground Scud I""' IMift" Ciilntogun.
70 Cents Per Hour. I dLr'yl'UAL'r M. FERRY: A CO., 4G.,
; New I York Feb. 27.-If they vote i to and the work ot rescuing the mIners w.1- .I.\'rn- $. Detroit, ,Mloh.Mangonia Y GEO. R. WALLACE I't

accept, more than 9,000 bricklayers 1 In; Is now being directed by Mr. Rets. ATTORNt r.A 1-LAW. .,. ( : i ;, \ West Palm Bt'a<: !

this city. In accordance with their are The all dead Italians miners and thus Hungarians far recoyere anel Nor U.8.Nr CUMMISSIONt PUBLIC I '."-. __Itw' _


agreement asspclatlon,with will the have Mason their Builder wage nave not as yet been identified. Couru Win praoiioitin County aPKClAUVV.titflceln ,dtatv.uo .e".1 I ; z cG :: a a D :+,A.:1: s 1A o a'SS, / 3tF
LAND CASKS: A
n raised from C5 to 70 cents per hour on: THREAT IN MURDER TRIAL. TunpicAL SUN Dluvk : u8Farm

Wednesday, the highest wages eve I Went Palm r.uac.b. Dad County Hurl'l' .
J paid by bricklayers In the country. Lawysr Receives Warning to Withdraw ''- Sold byBROADWELL
J, J.V I to. I
Under this scale of wages It will be from C.... 1\.

possible for a bricklayer to make '67.20 I Des MoInes, Feb. 27.Walter M<- AflOHHfY ATLAWadNOIARY es '

a week, for during the busy season Henry senior counsel for Charles PUBLIC. White Legrhorna White Wyau iv t'ccr Slrl Lt rat .

the men work twelve hours a day. Fo Thomas, on trial for the murder' oMabel I I Agent.of the U. S.Flilellty, Md.f&waeroroeruttiewatlaAveaue*Ou. .r.nly Co ,aBaltimore. do ties. Eggs andFor1 Mo\k ,S'r.i, t -thnrtnr'uratAwthf.w u.e.1.. III 4l,yO .

every hour over time they get double : schofleld, has received a lette [) : | and Nnicl :Sale. IrJ f tJY Innt.,datutyWaVVWMakIW &

4 pay, so,' for the extra: hours they receive threatening him with death if he Joe 'i Hii. 8tre.>(,.over I'otti'r'n bicycle ton.., Q. 1llrtteI

II as muoh as for the prevlou not withdraw from the case.; Th 1-4-lUO: WEST PALM BEACH W. 13. O.r\.a.I. IYausgerMangouia ADORE'

4 eight. The men say that this ..alary; letter says I' ] Flu I alt'fy aos. i1 ,,1IG
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL.rj rr.s''i rset 1. A.'y .u ens
; t111
r:11
r7 { is not so much, as they are only employed .-1 "If lie (Thomas) is cleared, you and ------.---.--- --- -, :h.vd w ., It e.e:rrut.fy.. tkough- 7f ,

six: months In the year: Employers he; hired jury will do it; the poop} :I I DEALERS IN
Is about nIne ,
say: the average feel justice cannot be'obtained' while _. tin.rtl rteel..huudoubtaedeed S
aid AND BIlfOEtN ] tMDi' >nrivi and
I. ,
PH18ICHN 'fay t.Snot n- |nircr.
r? months. I :you are living and they propose to f .lo-e. WJiS'PAUM ", Perrine Grant Land Company $5' I 31 ut'mniet d hyour en.ca-eot1..1 vL
mad OWe, over Fotitr'm bicycle dl marl dust to prtnd
The present agreement was < adopt the Russian practice used 01 Ie ".ro tt
I DEACH. lUwliluucu Dear Royal ,;c. l.alt U".?f* nlrtp ten toui !
last May. rand( Duke Serglua.\ You have to Polnelanu Hotel. PALM BEACH. 12: ItiAI. KSTATK.: :: N,Irt7 nckorrrn. T.*, lWae.wl( ;orug; .P 1
." 1"t l,b .d fend a ntcd Ctrpat
stop your injustice. U CUTLER. FLORIDA fra. t'.' rn lr7. nhonlna LM1raNl'
EX-GOV. BOUTWELL DEAD. Attorney McHenry turned the latte: R. D. 'rox'rKi. Ili ? !)rrbewtr. din.yaidrtotuae+ Jr1cclicincs ;

over to the poet-office authorities. 8-:111.111: WoiHT: PALM BEACH. PI.A. ; f X30 ''a iPa> pin ,
Prominent Citizen of Massachusetti' L. A. WILSON j e CF, lk sarti tcr

Passes to the Great Beyond. CONFESSES TO KILLING WOMAN DENTAL ;C.. J p.n.,. ,,.,.trtrratntlt, th, dellrafel Stationeryt ,tr,,
,
: OK1 +b nnrn lt a :n. .
r Oroton, Mass., Feb. 27.-After an 111 J'IMJY' M.\I U 'ACTUltllt! I '5 tt I ,epnve. IV edl tp. Ip.t. car rear.. I
.
aegis of a few'days George Sewal Mrn Gives Himself Up to police It.u. 1 n Iv. wed pats o.i the and _
Young ; and
ShoesRepairing .au'Yap ,,' .nr"Id ,11.rtu;a tel u.
Boutwell, former aovernor of Masse Through Remorse. DEN 118 1 Boots and .,+, '!r1.:1): ;. y'?" .1 ";,,, >"u.\1..1.1.11"'" In bet

.chusetts and former United State secretary Denver, Feb. 2T-James W. Neal, Office In Jefferson Block W' I ;' <"I r"<,1'Y.I I.";t."' ,U'u'J1.n' ,rn .'nit.":..to ateal pow. fr.:. Good: li
died. at hIs FLORID in All Kinds! of Letitte: J') I. :. anon
of the treasury, been llvlni PALM BBACH. Ii.t.
18 of who has WEST I"
years age. i
., ;'.' JI .."",,'"" .I,. (1m..... y
borne here today aged 87. I here under the name of Roy Ballew, I Alt. J. Ji L.1UOV I Goods Neatly Done <' > 'l.t,') -' I u ," ':.,., tn pea 11- !

For more than 60 :years, Mr. Bout hImself to the police OD.a I' .... .
has gIven. up lJ .8.'r _.. .. ...: .
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.well had been In public life beginning L farm near Kennlnson, I. T. Dentist [Indian Ta .ned Buckskin ". <0"v.Fof'_. _..v.or;O., ...._...:..-'-."., .,...!II'Y" :.."""''" .... :;..""-Y ... ....7".J""' -

Ills career a. a lecturer at the age ol Neal declares be killed the womailecauae >Sloe First floor wont of Oniiv County Stab I

v 19. lie was a personal friends ol she had drawn a gun on hIm'and Hunk ant HorseMde Shoes, -. -- .. .------- .. .. -- --.-- .-.---.- ----
President Lincoln and an outspoken said she was going to kill\ hiut. Hays WEST PALM: BEAC1U FLOltD.ILEr5fivrfEY \

abolitionist He was secretary of the the crime was committed on Jun, FOR TENDER PERT ---I I

treasury Ja President Gran,'_ first 28, 1903, and that he was driven tconfess' f =TMLiiI&arc prr'rorr r I IWIeLXJ
) ( NOltl1 of New Jefferson Bio
cabinetMr. the crime through remorse. I )live S .

Boutwell was among the most I. The local authorities have tele. : : bsaonaIIlaaaatd; 1'.1I"&D: ; --.-- ae a 1 1htPRUYCU

S earnest opponents of the Spanish war, raphed to VInlta, I. T.. to have NsaTi tit r

In fact so strong was his conviction tatement verified. E. M. BlfcELSFOJll Chicano and Florida Limited
II that after the war was declared he left \

the Republican party and .helped'wLth TWO SUICIDES IN MEMPHIS. Real Estate via
the formation of the antlImperlallitleague
became Its president which of Both Men Take the Poison /tout.. PALM BEACH FLA. Louisville & Nashville3nly

lice he held a tthe time of his death. One Disappointed In Itoyo.
Memphis, Feb. 27.-Alvln Burbanks, lotary Public- Cottages to( Ren ,

Alarming.Constantinople a well known young man was found
Situation In Turkey I Olflcft Sonth Toinolnna Hotel! 1.p'Wl_
,- Feb. 27.-The Insurrection dead at his mother's residence on Tate Only) Solid Pullman Trainwith teoJrtai .
In the province of Yemen Ara street today, A letter left by Bur I '

bia, (assuming alarming proportions.Al.rnosr take stated that he had taken poison T. J. CAMPBELL ] obeervatlonandlihretycurs! from WISE'MANdOfottn't
In a love affair is said A METHODH
the whole country southwardof ilsappolntment
Chica'gotTh
to St. Louis
tb towns to have caused the act.Ignats Jam-TIp'To-Now Florida ,
'Sanaa Is In revolt, and I ri.k his or vnbabli'ain ..'
r pttpers fire adopted,(hy us tie' soon' "
about 40 ,
of Kataba and Tails have fallen Into : Renner, aged years West and Northwest, '

the hands of Insurgent Arabs whose was found in his room today dead. ,: IA.CKSMITHINO HORSE : lib much quicker time than via any nu ordinary. eefe. Ho knows the vatun IK 8rmlyeetnbiished.
t constantly Increasing. Defective A bottle half filled with poison wa*
forces are to ether) line, danger of it. So ho enKHRPS boxor
is said
renders the dispatch founel on the bed. Renner SHOEING GENERAL
t .' l transport All meals in riniojj can, nervlce a lanrte. In the perfurmaDrp oar '" r
reinforcements most dIM have been a resident of Chicago. f aide! dt' ")nitmmprtnv. ]
r\ of Turkish REPAIRING AND Fluent dining car scrvtcd in thekmtu. : comp'ii'trnt'nt' a t Undertakers and Ernhalm.
I
1. cult. Great numbers of camels are .
perishing on the road while large numbers Seek to Free Nan Patterson.. PAINTING. Leave St. Augustine, ally 8:30: a. ni. Thfrn b* cnn keep his. modern aids l approved r by science! '
New York, Feb. 27.-Nan Patterson -. ,, dolly g:3oa.: m':
\ \ ul troops are deserting.! I nder Indictment for the alleged murer > --- TO ORDER Leave Arrl.Jncksonvill C\1! ;Ojoohoxtdav.( 4:3O: p. mAr money*jewels. ml vnluable pnpersin igooil; taotB urein use, and we l1av.n(1
BUILT
;: Stately Services In Berlin. of Caesar Young, the California WAGONS lye St. t"vl3 next D in 1ttlmlo.rthat; \\'e
.4 to be free -Tueaay. 'Ull''' Piillinnn'Iti-nnlnir-pnoni, 8'lUll '''' ''
t 27.Emperor William'sI bookmaker, expects: | ''' I
.r Berlin, Feb. CUmitl Avo.,West o ro.d tare lHll.v Inttll, jHfkM tnvlll. or A. \I church for Protestants the Evangel! Today'an application will belade = 14.0\: r>. ,tn. train to Birinl' ahum. .N..llclllvnaarllle.Ht -. irofnflrennd! iibsolutpljrthieverHuil nune 'frr>ID I Rive; I I ILitdy
and) it H A. Len /
LrfiiilN.l'hlvHKo. <'ost.
counsel to Justice Gay :
cathedral here, was consecrated by her '- .. n't nil
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cal 14 nin.. train to peDKHCnlti' .Mubllw and liehna Rt ceHK to I 15
today In the presence of a most .bril nor in the supreme court in Brooklyn .1'1.' .*. ftrl.HUH. ; &1.I"I"tllUf., 1.
& SON aired auk tor ticket vln"tup
W d
It KtT.erelce'
. to HASLEHURST If
liant assemblage among whom were for a writ of habeas, corpus securer 10. L. a v. 'ImPM, '
release on balL The application ratra. Fallman .*..ervatlon; eleft full
(delegates from all the Protestant na Dade \ Contractors and Buildersp. 00 or M riteUE Th Ct1ntj J.
fact that Nailbll
,tions. The service was simple 'and wUl be based on the i. K.: HRRKIVO.: Pin Pas Attrnt.
stately and was enriched with wonder, been tried one*, that the Juryfalle" d. BOX :y>4 foe! Wmt Bay $&..Juek.nm Him r InrldnD1J" few unocciiplod tioxe) '! And compurtnipnts. ..

\ al music.' Bishop Potter, of ,,New, tp agree, and that sine the ms.trIal "-- .' Th rputof one of them's( Palma Corner.

| ork. and a long list of American two court calendar months have (;odol Dyspepsia CuroDlpestw : Early Risers rpasonnWe. Dii yon want ,on.?. Open day and night, ;

(lerjr, teat a lengthy telegram, of ooaratulatlo&a pa..cI without the district'attorney I'I <*at you eat TIle famous UtUa pIII.. very t t 1
to the emperor. m aklag any effort to.try her again. il!
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PAGK KUUR THE" TUOHCAL' SUN, WIt 1' PALM t; BttApH, F .QRlD I. WEDNESDAY, MAt PU 1, 1905 1

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THE VALUE OFADVERTISING Bought Chamberlain's> ough Remedy* WEST:PALM B JUa WIWTEK HOTELS: I ,, ""' I

tY and Rent It to "Friends.Mr. .. .___ : .___ n -..
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1 K. W. J. Fletcher a druggist lu OfJOp J"'Ioi) --- Victoria Australia says: "A customer : I e.aebGlob !

'.' (, t Original.) of berlain'mine was Cough so pleased RemedY with"which Cham she ;i ; .Jf.oZZan ; S '[be 5igi'ni The: it ,

1 1'f' ; The young man entered the store and '
had: used for her children wben Buffering \ ; $
:\ pushed hi.* way to the counting room. from colds and that duringa > (UXCOKTOIIATEtl,( ) r \\0\
,, 'I croup > WEST! ,PALM BE. ACM, FLORIDA AI NI..I" situated liD 1
?; "Mr; Ashly; he asked poUtel.1.i fortnight' time she obtained at my I l'IvwaUs Avenue.. I [

t' i "' "Wbat uu 1 do for you?"" I shop, nine bottles, which} she sent to I I' "uutl'oll) Looted oa, the >> '. "w,... Pete' 13........ ;teFldaAll ; Restaurant: I''\4
-4 !y "I am Robert MacKae, advertising her friends in different parts of the Lake Front command.tig a rI .
r ', state telling them bow much good It I Kin' View, of the Itu.vel 2)) .-, ? r fI'f\\'
.,;, Agent. 1 w9u1q like an order tor"I I Irt had done and advising! them to giveIt O I 1'<>I "-".ne and Lnk Worth J>, ....-

______( "We don't advertise" growled the a trial." For >sale> by all druggistsand Modern Conveniences$ ... ',
;r' merchant. "Nobody read advertisement :, medicine dealers. ) Cuisine CuaraeleedFirsl.Clest r S. ,

r, *." I Jk *. : Breakfast ricbeon ninnerr 5- 5
VJ Rates Lir ,
"Perhaps! haven't bad satlstac- !II A'<* 1 ubttmlnsiji 5
you .
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19 I I Ruv. Carlisle P. B. .Mart'y, L I.. U. ,: '
ji tory evidence of the number of people J Ftilients Taken 1 $W and $12 : 'J'
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i' Of Waverly Tltxa .wrltes: 'Of a morning AT ALL HOURS .
who do reud advertisements. I' when first arising. I often find a 0 trot Clots 6 e OO e bQ O e oO I' .... (
aU Per Week ,, *
"You prove It and I'll give you ; ,
a collection or. phlegm ', '" "
troublesome 0>
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the orders you want. I which produces n cough/ and I la very -- ,: ,

it That's u fair proposition." said the hard to dislodge) ; but a small quantity ...""..t...... ..........: ( Pin NOVEMBER )6 1904- I ._ u :' ,' I
agent.: "You must convince buyers of of Ballar<\'s Horehound Syrup will : Parties's ,
for '
y' the value of your wares; 1 must coa- at once dislodge It. and the trouble Special 1 Orders Received ,'

nJ I "duce you of the value of my methods. I Is over. I know of no medicine thatIs crhe Pqlms i Mrs. A. I L,. HAUQH Prop. 5 of ThreeGr' More fy4 J\

will Insert and It U ao pleasant : } t r
I to It
I wlU be the beginner. equal ,
>OOX>OOOOO-OOO< -4 .
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It will ,1 ui lake. I can moat cordially recommend '
un nd for youfree of charge. Now <>|n-n. .
> be designed expressly to convince you I it lu all persons needing a med. :: i -- ""

'; r, of the number and variety" of people I wine&n!I and. for$1.00.throat Sold or lung by A.trouble.O. RlegeL" 25c .: A liirKO. houir, ,, -Ilke Hutel.. well atlinlutpil : sec! t,> a\'i>lYawtelYrX$.!XW To Members Only ;1 ,.I:
a who read advertisements. 1 :. and bi-outlfull.v located RlvIIIK Open
S! merchant looked at the youngvt' : (i S \'}!
The : t h. eiiniforltt wlili'iut thn cost of -'
man out of the corner of bis eye. but Pleasant a .d Moat AnVc'iva 2 tits iiioro cxi(u,..lve aura Slnmtwl on :t;) 13 rigs o>;>;age ,, SEASON OP 1905 $ 1

i', aid nothing T J: Chambers Ed. Vindicator. Lib :: Iak H orlli, iiin| >HltH. the ItoynlP i .

L "If you will mention" the agent erty. Texas writes! Dec 20.: 1802: "With '. ")"iti-lniiH !HolH.Vhll", <> ttallnwMcH.Kiwill. MRS. H E. BRICiaS' Proprletre i K'4f1r' +' d' 'a! v 0 9 QVQr'r 3r'4 0 k / .- j
It1 went on.some article you have for pleasure and unsolicited by you I bear r ,.' tifllH. liiiiil N.Idug:. liiintliiKfnnUiuHiInt Evernla' Street
h ad. for It com .poiiiiiony to the curative power of It II I.* : fa: till ,iiCN.UU', t '. \i4

,SS nee rule mending I will 1U write virtues out an In a way to attract liiilianl'a ILoreuoimd Syrup. I have it'l ..,. ,I..,.. Siliil| Pates by thi week.The i g .%, ,.t p- lal,3.aob! lotda I; _ ___ .. ___ .___ __"__ '--"--- .
cheerfully ,
lard! it In my family and can {
IS tbe public eye and Insert It In the ; allnn It Is the most effective j palma: I| Situated Near Lake Worth w

D<-xt Issue of a newspaper with a fair .iiul 1 pl.)':asa-ifBt remedy; for( coughs and .. ..1'I RAILWAY.r Y
ay' circulation. If In thirty days after 1U colds I have ever used." 25c. SOc. and West Palm Beach, Flurlita. 1 A SELECT WAITER HOMe' ;t, FLORIDA EAST COAST \

Issue are not convinced that H 1 "O. Sold .\.. O. Illegal. .2.2ite .
you by :.. .........:........... 'B HOT AND COLD UATng 'v4
: read shall not
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been largely I.
II Itll .. ..... NO CONHIIMPTIVI'.8' TAKKN it ?,
on'tbe Jan-
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r$ you further If. No More Stomach Troubles WIIOL.KMOMK UOMIC COOKINU & Local 'tii) Card No. 59. In Effect 30.1905.SOUTHBOUND v' *
a:; are convinced. It shall be optional .........*..0............* "rSlV'V
I II Allstuuiach troublo Is removed by f.. ir
I you to give me an order." .. ,)!!\'W-Y!!@@**X HORTH.BOUND-REAO UP. "
he I use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It -HI 0 DOWN. :
is\\ The merchant tared over his glasses I :gives the stomach perfect rent by digesting cr:: .J. 1 ----. !''''' i

i j4 4 for half a minute at the solicitor without what you eat without the stom : 1V ;:.:;pam'1.ng..on. : Ne,95 r No 31\\ No. 26 No.' 23 1'10.' 18 No 14 50. 21J No 811 "\, 'rrifiUnlly rj,'
-''f.t''"' ,, speaking: then be suddenly snapped ach's aid The food builds up the .I Dally Dally Dally. OTATION3. Dally. Daily D oily flatly "

i ./,t : t ody. the rest restores the stomach .. A. E. O. METC4LFB E froprlctreMWIAT .. BoardingOtwlruliln ;:. ,., 1896p 1000" 00" Lv".Jaokaonvllle..Ar. 7801) TWp. S00a 8hle 1'.,' .:
; "Go ahead and "git, out!" 'o health. You don't have to diet .1,1 Ii 1\108"\ ........So.Jacll.onviU..Lv. 778 P II.I; a '-, ''
!', i'' "Cue thing more-tbe article to b* yourself a hen taking Kodol Dyspepsia O. i V l' 170 P U. 8 OIl a ........8t. AUJt\.tlue, ....... 1III\ ) P 8.0 P 8 00 a 7 8" a "',
I / P .M tit H. FLORiDA ., K P a ....... ...RCBLlnpa. ........... lUll P (\fA.a
1 4P{ advertised Curw. J. D. Krslilne.: of Allenvllle.vilch. oa |1'1'1.1.( who iviHh n 1Ieueantptacu 1Jp( lOOp r1:: top O'Ga ..........Jt&II&l'al..tlla.. .... .. .. I1Tp tltIap 847a 0214a\ 4
::I q' The merchant tossed a card to the ., says, "I suffered heartburn and tu utop. a< while In \Vet Palm" _I. -
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':'\ ,w young man on which was written out stomach trouble fur some time. My : (0 I.HII nil) lllfV, <.'ll. lU'KUIIflll : B"R'II.11 pod MINARET.. COTTAGE," ".? 1,1 l e \' p 191P P 101l a LY..l'a..u.a..A." SIS P 1111\)1 600a. 6h' "

: :. the merits of Ashley's prepared clniiuinon. jisier-ln-law has had the same trouble : lion on l'.iikVi.rih.. Hrlitht. ihurrtul : on Ollvi Mtrift b. lwwn Kvcrnla and I I'_,.._ ._l'_ 11.11_a _112\1. A4,
:and waj not able to eat for six: weeks Furu. IUHI Huch a ..law* Nlco, close| ; 911 p 518p Ar.8"0 Jo1ateo..Lv 1lO: P 12011'
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  • uiortal'llw ( ".' 800a L..r..8"aMatou .. .... .Ar 705p -106p -1&oa -7t0e i"I'I '' 1

    A week pasted and the merchant taking: two hollies of Kodol Dys- rotes for the <1..: vuixl. whi.l..Momtt food ; VKUYiiioilHrtif -------J.-, 1J4. II Lv.... ... .Nooga .......L. tU8 p '11:i'
    .:: forgotten the advertising agent. One .>epsla Cure she was entirely cured e HUHMIIII.f ioncarnanr prle.... arc .he r""onu""I. JrlO p .......".....)llInI10"... ........ .IU P ,

    '' '\\I: i evening! the former wits sitting la bis The now eats heartily and Is In good ...................... ...... Nona Only a limited number uf room"' J11I P / :::::::::.Hotet'.Urmotid.: ::::::::.'1T II .00 DIb
    home with his wife who was reading ncfivuiniiirlateit. 'I'ulile IxmrUn .. ........ 210110 4.fill..a'p
    '; t wealth. I am glad to say Kodol gave' rMciln tun 184 I p II"a ... .. .O'"ond. llIOp t20p
    : l _.. ... 't 1'' p .....\.... ........... e08p 4.10" 9Watla
    the evening paper. Presently abe ex- Instant relief." Sold by'\ O. Rie- -- --- --- -'-'- ,"1>eriHlty 'I' 1J5p: t4Op t \ .D"y&onll. 5
    l te : ..... .. 827
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    :; li. P ......._l'o.t flrnnge.: P 5 4I
    rlulmed: .el. G ____ __ __ QI MRS FW.\NK DARLING. .New8mprna. Help 180. 416.7o ?
    /ti; 'I\'p;; 91 p 120.p : a .
    }! t For heaven's sake. Henry! WhatI p ::::::::::. Onk }fli .:::::::::: 1,
    'i ., ...... .....Tltusvlllo...'........ lNlV atOp :l14.a /f. .M 11\-
    I /iJ: the world do you mean by such Speedy Relief.: + .. u. I' 4q p'. U""IV,1.2p" IIIMp, ............. ,Coooa. ............. 1 14 p 2IA.n' p
    JY I Ignorance of your own business'" I 411;, \. .... .Uockl.J".........,.. 110 II 4
    A naive that heals without a scara i io@X'X .f!) UiY( !' .I( 6. ..11 p "P 14\11\ > ...,.Itoehtedgo H"tel......... toop .00p ,
    '. -What Is It? Let me seer' and be DeWUt'H Witch Hazel Salve. Nb t ix.Ce I ',: ..8 p.' 2B P ...........I..nll J..UI........., 11118 P 128 p torn l' 1b'xb
    1\\'" ''I, reached for the paper. He was surprised such relief. 11 I' """I I' 7.u;! II ........ .\\OI lbouroIlH........ .,. Mlle II 12u P IOU
    ; emerty effects speedy w..t Palm Be.ch. Florida f I' nnll" ........'...Ku..U.. ....,.......... IlIiO .n p' ,
    1 fl.1' to see that his. wife had been Iraws out Inflammation soothes cools 9 PQr G otttt ge I. 11..1: .Nt. Jud e...,........ 1080 a 8
    M more Interested In a page or advertisements LUd heals all\ cuts burns and bruises. A n mtrr l resort III..t" 111 p'ea' e you. 11 ;/ 1"1 p 04tJ p 810 P .Fortl'Irree! .......... 10UO a laOIL p \\100\ P ll11f> I' /il}
    f ,...........Tlhtml. ........... II" a. P
    If,.. than the news. His eye v sure cure for piles and skin diseases I' Near lnkti Worth and ntrall.r I IIH-M.' A WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.. j4S 70 P .........,..1ttl.n.......... ... 9691 $$21 34p "
    !: lighted on a half column advertinement leWltt's la tile only genuine Witch Tta'" P ....... ... ..J''tI....'u......,. ..;. 1141. 8111 p7Hp .
    rJ 3I ted. Alllu"l..rn "nllru'IO"II"' 4)I (5t unrt.............. Olliia.. 8ull P 1'T17
    Beware of counterfeits.hey Hotel with\ home !
    with heading of Ills !tar.pl Salve. A anlut.m-lijft fninll.v" .. "r
    large display pre 00 ; lw Sound. ....... 1108. TU" p '
    JI
    pared cinnamon and his hajr stood on are dangerous. Sold by A. 6.Mrutaliy Address, tI eUIII 1/0111' et Jupfrer........., .8fila.. TJlp '
    ...... 10211 II'U .1146 if.
    ." 1, Palm B.I0. 8111. a I. V
    end. It read: Hegel MRS S E EARHAN I#' ( I .- 11 54"Ptelp P I Bk0 silly( P \ im Beach.' .... 800" 1010& 61'p' 0101 '.,... 4A }',
    l'lea..nt locatloo. HilJolnlUK City .. .MubnBewb..ArI40a 0605 0ODpSLl
    e ASHLKYS PREPARED CINNERMON. ciA | t Box IdT ,#' a a14p U2Sp/ : ........ .1... TU a. 640 t. r" 'e t ta
    I VUHBST 000DCt.r Toilur Went Palm Reach, Flurlilu"' Park and l swing on Lake Worth :;( tutuup II .1Jt.lrHy. ..... .. 7uJa Gaup I IIn \iii'A
    r This clnnermon la grower on our own case came to light that for persist. I Cool.funitorruble rnonm. with good @) r.u p Llllld..I..I.. ......; E 11 a. .8. p tI ;
    farm In northern New York, under our nt and unmerciful torture bas perhaps e fi'r' -1Navg. ---- : I 1I'1\t1, > 'ollanduls.. .......... 111\:1: a 'Ilp: v, ,;;rI/
    'abio sitrvlcp. : .....,.. .. mon City..... ...,. asaa! S47p
    t \\'i\\1.: eapeclal cure and coums pousubellty to j* In the of adul-been lever been equaled. Joe Qolobick of ...-- ... ... .- .-- --. -- ., "l ./. .p IIfU\111194: .,Bllp Ar..lllamL..I.'. 820a 800. 8fOp Tlu' ,:.: 4
    / there by obviatingthe 'loliua. Calif., writes "For 15 years I :1 IDA D. flAYS PruDrlctmni, i I II
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    W tura lion. It !Ie from the original berry. a IvtiM. wW VIM'. :[ .
    .
    the clnnermon berry ndnrnd" insufferable from rheumatism I 7,d I-rlnrfarHon train*JO. US, 78 and SBandBulTi-t Bli-ciilng' Canon train W and !ua: '
    red only .
    bright pure .
    1I t /i" . .
    X- ,
    i c and no ubulltute. Thla berry we grind tot and nothing relieved me !)@ 'iXi> !)N .' .1 i mksnnvllleandMia/li. I'arlc.r Ouru ou) trali)" .
    .. .
    '''\ I'
    r. powder which after being clarified by hough I tried everything known. I .
    a procea of our own la molded Into the Electric Bitters and it's --
    'ame arroas
    am "1' with which the public I* famlllaa Conmerciall Hotel JACKSONVILLE ST. AUGUSTUS::
    'ti; form he greatest medicine on earth for that .: :: siiSEO SCHEDULE BETWEEN
    ". All grocer have It. A bottles of it complete- FOWLER BROS. & KING "
    rouble. few
    I r' : As the merchant's eyes ran over this No.27tDully No Z9t Na 1St No. 43* 1 Na. 31 N... 31*No.Ut I pioTi U. -f .,
    y relieved and cured me. Just as Cafe ,,,,,, I h' .P
    -I! ,4 jumble of misspelled words uugram rood for liver and kidney troubles and and MACHINE SHOP _'I._ _I,Na.lJ'j l.I Dally \ Dally I flatly X.M.r.O.Mln..' Rally I Dully e>.. Min.CUrx ,'
    "I f
    e Matical phrases and absurd statement .eneral debility Only 50c. Satisfaction I..i.. .."II, < tM a Hi AH IOUOAM1110AM U 16 tti116PM t 10 PM 860PMa 11001'1\1 tlKSPMNo; ( ():U1'e : ,;,
    '\ ; the blood mounted to his. cheeks and tuaranlecd I by all druggists.BULLETIN. a QAH ENOINE/ REPUR3 A SPECIALTY' ,I.;t .m:,' up/.1NIh)46Aa_ ) \ 10 ml D5QPH( __4uorM..YIh PL V3JI_l.MI'tUJu_ I'M t ,.1' II
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    ,F the fire to bin When, be bad fintebed C. W. Schmld Proprietor AL KINDS LAME and SHAPE WORK : -- -- -- -- -
    eye. IfDully -N J6Dally' IIL-d ;
    No. ,
    No Na
    Mr oat Na No. 44'Daly SOtDally "ha n} r-) ;
    -- --- ----
    he rowed vengeance, oa the man -- -- "a .' :' '; Dolly
    GAS ENGINE SUPPLIES/ 11'1/1".\ ) Dnlly EaSua.Dn117_ Ei. Sun.!Ex. Sun. Doll
    : It. : "J'
    who had produced I '
    t fit (4A 1 / The agent did not appear at the of- J JBFFERSON' BLOCK FOR SALE :;';-',;:'-';: n;;,; I1dAV;;;' vudu fU"I MAX 8.WIAH -820 OlO.&XlIlJOPJlliHO.XllUl':; ;; ii 10aM1140Aw1210rN! a 7l1ll'M to I'M TUOPJllTHUI'JlDully 5 M lMin A-j:nlt'.t;: '. ,,, ,j

    sr.., 4 den for a week and when be did. ofound .J... ':..::_ ::L.I : S. '
    1'' '' Mr. Ashley surrounded by 13I OF -- Near Ferry Lauding:, Lake Front '_. ." ".<'ip, ir'': "vrt' {'P" ,
    J
    ,V '"l hone train-* on which noestraorwdfarslachar.'t
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    .it i riii on
    Heap of letters with several wastebn WEST PALM BEACII, FLORID\ .. : J|; !

    F ",kets beside him crammed fall. BftRGHINSjiixt 7i '. +:3'f. 5etlaliNi: ANII No. /0 N.. 25 PALM'" nEAClI AND MI.\AII. I N-ti- :4'
    Mr. Are --- I NEW SMYRNA. Dully Dally LallyI
    Jood morning. Ashley. yon : ..I ,

    t ,; convinced that people read ads.?" -------- I :' I I'.. .....SLAuguattle..ArItOOAM. deli A1I Lv..Dr.nkOre.Ar.Ihot'"
    d,' Convinced? 1 should think w. Look Atlantic Coast LineTHE ;.y, '.. .E..f. t'aiatkn.Lv.lutoau. 9AOAsLV.yVoatPalm. Urach..Ar.54iPS Ir l l1.
    .. \Ito rl4 1 ClrnH>U ,, at these letters. They're all about received a large bll"qlent j t', ... .. Ds.ytnnu...... .. ..Lv 7r, ..... ,II04.. Iv..p'e I."J'-' dllle..v. 41': Psr
    t ,,, .. .... "
    Lv.
    ;; FIT l i1 your noiiMense. I've bad them classi .1'1" 8myrn. 780A"1155A5Ar. ?Mbmul..Lv. 31111' '
    r iJ' tied There are 320; schoolteachers, 780 GREAT THROUGH CAR LINE FROM LORIDA :- T' ;-:; -; 'i
    housewives. 23 clergymen 415 boym of 0 k Chairs, to be Bold at ';' ; ;l-M'RANCIJ; No. I6 l Buu Ya 3 DailyOitANOE Na I CITY BRANCH Nat :' I
    ---- CONNECTIONS '- : Dally UdIy .\
    nuy Dally Dally
    602 girls, 4 theatrical managers 233 _'. i ,Dolt! ._
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    i a, ''.' I.". .k""llIot. AI', 800 a 410 P 400 P D .ins Lv. New 8myrna A. 18/1t> 7Ju
    J 17 05 I : and Our 1 )(, ..\REACH Tee I' I'
    tarmers. doctors lawyers Over its own rails to Savannah ,. u 't r I 1\\ I..V Pnblu Brnoh.Lv" 7 60..11. JP/1 P t H P 10 eta I..v. I aka 1i"I..o J.v. I 12 R.p' u ao V ;'
    '' 8.0O2! ncatterlDjf or of unkuown occu East 5. n fI 'II I' I.. Atlu ratio i"DOb Lv 7' a II 10 P 1110 P 10 00a Lv. Orange/ Clty: LV', I a e5p 0IN, I'
    patlon. The schoolteacher. and most Bed Springs, Mattresses, Cola Charleston Richmond and Washington 115 F.I/: /:. I1' aMaylor0..Lv. 7110 aBUO I p VOd p 104:0 Ar.rangotityJo./ 11 00111\ pVT 'f"

    I,, of the boys and girls point out the bad I : N.;.:,ju to. II
    thence .via Pennsylvania Ry. : I UOMestUQ TENSION\!' bull SA.'IPORD BRANCH DallyAI I;
    '+ i idling and ungrammatical phrases. Uureauo, VV B shslHiids, and via All Rail .\ H.. Son D U' :
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    d The clergymen deprecate tbe false I --- a''LI' ... .. .....lIIbD.t..Ar, 1100 p 11110. I.v.. ....,. Tltu"vllle..A. 1220 I ...
    p''+ .W statements. Some of the houaewlve TabUH. I! To The The LoulsTllle & Nashville via Montgorn y 3"' .4r. .... HOllle..ad..Lv. 816y 000 a Ar.. ..:.. 8nnfonl.Lv. JllOO" "j'1'

    commend na for the pains we take to West r

    ? get up a pure article. The doctors The Mobile & Ohio, via Montgomery :-CItiNSULAR i: AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI ?1

    ), warn us against poisonous berries the ''I

    t lawyers call our attention to the legal Don't forget tbe place CoDnectluo Made Miami wllb Steamships ol the P. &: O. S. S. Company For 'J
    risk of selling such goods, while the To Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New ", j jJASSAU.

    t R test In trying to state tbe truth about The'Exchan ge The East t Via York Norfolk Steamer New flton.York Washington sod Bilt- ; HAVANA AND KEY WcST. I f

    the spice make as many blunders as more. r 5

    r r"y :you have made In your confounded Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation Compuny There Tim Table how the time al which train maybe exprotad to arrive and depart '1.
    ad. The theatrical managers want to at the Phi'ns Coiner steamship (or Baltimore and Philadelphia. ml Clio aeverala.uon"l but lUalr arrival or tlmea.taW4" 14 not ann....Ul..t ;
    S Introduce the Idea In one of their varieties. J. U. McQINLEY. Prop. I ...>1110 .,

    _ ." I TO KEY WEST Peninsular & Occidental __ i 1
    via
    r4r ul 1 r Meanwhile the agent was getting out I For' Copy of tK. LOCAL TIM; CARD or O'th..lntor'lon
    11! i : book of blank orders, ailing onl and
    a up "
    I "SEe; THE TICKET: A ENT. :
    1 of them and listening at tbe same time Geo. S. Hacker & SonUANUFACTDRERS HAVANA Steamship Companyvia ; .
    I'' to the merchant's catalogue.! I ,.. J:!. KAHNEIi. At. a.n'L F .e. t., ST. AUCUE'T1'L. "'"'J..4'
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    t "However." the latter went on} 1 SOMETHING NEW
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    "sometimes one can do more by a blunder i rf!: I Interchangeable mileage tickets )good over 13,000 miles 01 an.uq\t\ toe prinvtpa -
    than In the regular way. It I bad r I r I railroads In i the Southern /Stolen, are on sale by tbe principal agents.
    I Through Pullman Port Tatipa to New York, via Atlantic Coast! Line.
    Sleeper.
    ,;r known you didn't know any more about
    S t and tbe i Frank C. n ylesion, Commercial Agent W. D. Stark Traveling Passenger W. FENT0N & e
    f cinnamon English language .
    +
    ) j Agent 138 est B.., street Astor Building, Jacksonville FU. H. M. Emerson ,
    than that I'd never have trusted you Traffic Mao 'tr, W. J Craig General Passenger Agent Wilmington M C.Ai .
    to do that Job In tbe world. But I'm '..'....: .,.,. "';, .; j

    ., convinced tbat people do read advertisements t -,,7k',. ":.'u'. .... ......,....:pf;: ). :"f.'i"f' 71\; !" r;:; Undertakers nilEmbalmers

    1. and all kinds of people. '1,1. ::111';' ', l '.v..t, ,.; '
    t Why. two of these letters were from I I ............... .....-........'.,-"'f. M.anr.'a" nat6rt .!.aY'L'ClTtia ;. ; !\:1 h J ,

    r distinguished men. All you have to ............ ... ))4:. ...:;t:.
    S. to succeed In tbe world 1 Ay.i Jlllr acbesI
    i 4o young man. j "tt J6e \
    Gruber
    Block. Narcissus Street
    $ n Is to get an education, though most a : WEST PALM BEACH. FLA

    ", people claim that It's nouse in busi OF I ..' .A V ? f i:':af. {:1I1)\119) ; \ nf Ut1! !: f.u dt stomach

    ness. Where did you get your schoolIng Doors Sash .* {*3TK :7'.>-..i; !.. '' Uhoui: near. or r. U-.1 liver. Malaria will

    I anyway?"" 1 ''Ji': fev'\'*; .' > to..,.'' ..vc' 1 ako ;yc"Do; rlak It, and llbovo il.t1. a ,

    l P' "At Yale." Blinds, MouldingsAND '*.,.* -. *:.'i "'1 k\ vU jt.t-LacalOilxIGrq: -t !. !-..'Abi odangcronvof :
    ? !
    it t "What! Bottom of the class?" -- | ?% '\\\ P.jnest Printin, THE TROPICAL SUN
    I "No top; sign there please."

    Y t The merchant took the book on bl.de.k Building Material, :;;: > $;( ltHlLrKl I Job Department ,

    and read tbe blank that 'bad been I
    CHARLESTON, S. CIff .' / k +. Lii'i: thrlr1' vlttucn-ncno of theIr -,
    'Y' r fi! tilled In. It was an order involving rt t,. e t, .A. "'" )' .rely cKcotn.: HERBINK taidiiVlinif.vJyrlUforrMtalliKmlcv'hcsprt! < 6
    'f. [
    i'' the expenditure of thousands of dollars Largest Factory South '\ Nt > I 1 ;

    In advertising. He read It over carefully 4* -< I-,. P-4.... .*:* Vi-f- -\..\ WirKSti.vo) : ::: 'rrianaiaperlaotciocMil-: < J

    ... asked a few questions, made -- -- .- .. i 01} '" *>l>**';\ :i* T '"' i''f' I' ''"''oa >*SB. 'hnutaohu'i> bI Crry MEAT MARKET ,
    7S I ,,1..>ni. suggestions then signed It. r'lt\ '"\ 1 i rt ''I.:. J
    H, "Sea here young man," be said "you .buslnons Prettiest cards line etc.of ofllce ever seen tatlone'-y In city.., I /J i | v'A' 'ltt'lr tT TCXUAV. [ Florida.Jelferbon. add \m-xleru.Ment,; Voultry, Game. and Eig4.'IL .

    };ar; ; 1 ue dn't trouble yourself! to use your The Tropical Sun. \ --Y: ;; ifv r WVMJO.':: /.rx 3M->fnirt. > Mail Orders Receive Careful Attention.

    i' 'I high grade college education on any ...- .wAtL M41ti41 I\'IIIIiQ.; Lot lltlC1i.. .. I'

    were ads. I'll write 'em myself." School desks and Inks supplies and. I Sold at Riegel's Drug Store Block; WEST PALM BEACH
    % : _
    : F. X %LITCUSL.4s blank books at 14De1"l. *.
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    ., Til 10 TROPICAL RTTN, WEST PALM:\ UEACH, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY!,; MAHCIJ 1 1905 PAGE JKIVKft ;

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    ISAMXTfERDFHEALTHr NEW ORLEANS HAS I IA TWO, MEN -KILLED BY NEGROES. ,T : S

    GO TO VTTYTTrrrT TTTTTT TTTTTTTTT.TTTTT1 TY rTTTTTTTTTFrom
    Difficulty In Mississippi' Results In s = 1
    $5,000,000 FIRE Double Tragedy.
    r ,
    Yazoo City Miss, Feb. 27.-A dialculty : rt
    POTTER'SFLAT
    occurring!:: late :yesterday after "fCREX"

    :Magnificent Railroad: Terminal, noon.between EM Stevens, a prominent : l'f'

    Completely D as troy fed. planter living near this city, and tout,

    / negroes, led to the killing of Stevenl .
    and hjs brother W. H. '''ste'vens"and'the IRON BUILDING
    23,000 BALES OF COTTON BURNEDNo 0 .. '
    wounding of a negro named WII

    1Mi iLlves Were Lost, But Firemen der one of the 'slayers of the Ste OPPOSITE CITY PARK:

    vens brothers. The negroes! escapedA
    i Had Several Narrow Escapee-,Work sheriff and posee are DOW' scour BICYCLEAND the Plains of Wisconsin and Minnesota :

    Will Commence i;"
    Burned District blacks and a lynching !believed Ub4 C $Springs spontaneous growth *

    : c cr InevU .ble, If the negroes are cap' SPORTING GOODS et fist+a et pf exquisitely; l colored round, ,,
    New Orleans, Feb..21.-'I'he fire at tured. "
    c''q the = b) irl:. : grass, ,1 Irom'which. has been
    Illinois Central Terminals in'' this Details ''
    ,regarding the killing of the STORE '
    ''
    city had burned out by 1 a. m., having a J.Stevens': brothers, which occurred ota :, + I of 1ls'F: f stir created the marvel of, modern
    POWDER .{
    made a clean sweep of elevators 'and !plantation. 2 knee from this citY' West Palm Beach : ;' ?tr+ commerce familiarly Known as

    sheds from Louisiana avenue' to 'Ntt; are "meager. Ed.Stevens, It is said Florida .. .. Crez'Grass Product" This
    Absolutely.Pure poleon avenue..:The smouldering ruins had gone to the cabin of Wilder neat 1 1 u i F: 'rid 4t' '
    ;: odcrlut'grathe world'sasu
    ** x1EEREREeIs. SUBSTITUTE will of course,, burn for a day or two. the former's homeland became en( I I

    The wharves destroyed Is estimatedat gaged in a Quarrel with' him Wilder'i 1'i! I Jii; _most beautiful harvest-grows

    '-- $312,000. Two elevators, old and wife and two other negroes?, W. H High Grade Bicycles from a'purely vegetable **n\\ W

    :MISSISSIPPI FERRYBOAT SINKS new, warehouses, wharf sheds, numbers Stevens running up'to the cabin triedto Bicycle Sundries tbat produces nothing else xf
    1 ..to .8, and part of number 9, quiet the disturbance. Later the
    .Panlo Follows .. Steamboat. Strikes s new P.CKB. cotton warehouse; |2EOO- quarrel was'renewed and he hastened Sporting' Good f II Ihi% ( save: the, prtlty wild flowers

    'Ice In 'the River. ooa; cotton 'destroyed 23,000; $920,000;; back 'to .the"scene 'wl1 {t1 I1e".t.w TVIl- Trckel 'd ;f4' { that enliven tie aspect of ,
    Fishing
    r Cairo. Ills.. Feb. 28.The ferryboat 700,000 bushel. of, grain 3S,000; 15.<. der's wife rush upon his brother. W ,, flit' ripening grain and testify to

    'W Xilnerlnewhich >plies between Calrc 000. barrels,, of, sugar.,4300.000;, cottonseed H. Stevens raised,shotgun and fired AmmunitionNew F / the : and :wholesome lifer
    Blrd'a Point, was'struck bore
    today cake 1,30 car loads $97,500. Lumber at the woman. Wilder' and his companlon'gromptlytdrew'plstole'and Era and Carrara Paint y
    r fcear hereby a big- piece ,of''ice ,and ,;16,025: ; cement. $66,260; meal, tired 'of this. pialrle1 country R
    teaht In a..eraneet of water r.
    ", 20 cars, $10,000; sundries $160,000; on the elevens brothers, k11llnc'bcJth
    Many 'pas lengera were'aboard the 600 freight cars, $376,00.0; ships ram* of them. Assent: The palnre of the sollT'
    ,, boat ineltwlliu; a number of Cairo aged; $6,000; city tire department, two Orient Buck Boards. and Motor i 1 i
    another
    traveling freed from all mineral inb&tanceB--mikes R'reee'WltohTy'fibre, ;
    mn. and a panic followed engines four horses. MISTAKEN FOR MllchlnPA'
    $16,000 private
    ; FOOTPAD. '
    k; 'tke' sinking of the vessel. property and other;' damage, $210,000.. I word'or"allaptitiillty\ to t'b'e many methods 'Of"m.'JID, :\ re and very t long

    ltd ''The' passengers,. after,much dlfflcut Total over$5,000,000. Atlanta Man Is Instantly Killed by a A/'rntEagleMarinMHad ar. Practically it f la t Indestructible by wear> 'i lu ,i I.' '

    ':tj'l;*: ;li were'' all taken off In safety. I It is 'estimated; that the Insurance :Man .for Highwayman." I Stationary Being wholly fibre it is a sanitary product sad moth will not attack ; }
    Tlie'Katherloe 18'au old boat and had! any* Atlanta, Feb. Thinking' 1'h '1tIeRt J
    7y stored- freight etc., '.will approximate he w*e It. ; .- '- 1- '' ,"" ::; ," -
    ben in service for : /
    many years. Ten $4,000.000.' being helduip by a footpad, Thonns Q .
    years ago she was overturned In the The Illinois Central railroad announces Foote drew a pistol Sunday ,night al t Ajn-nt; I ,Furniture In, nil. designs, s ,

    'middle of the Ohio river by a severe today that.as soon a. the the mouth of an1 alley on South Mo Armnur'a.Amerit'ne.Meprs: Wilson Art Squares 619\, 8xio, 9x12.
    etorm, and a dozen or more Urea were ruins cool forces wilt be put>to work Daniel street, and shot Peter F. Ryan & Tin riHi-'n HIIIII' illter'H =

    :poet The boat was in command oi to clear away the debris and Stuyve- I dead in his tracks. I I Fenllizeraf Rags in all
    Captain J. W. sizes.'i
    IIacker. sant docks and elevators will be Not knowing whether he had killed I .

    1 promptly-.rebuilt, a. more" elaborate his man or not, Foote continued M. POTTER .
    on on .
    Gotham .
    Naples, Feb.Woman 27.-Murdered Catherine In McCrea.Italy. I, and substantial scale than before. I, his way to get assistance. f I'I'B. _.. M.' [ E. GRUBER. 1 1otnctana

    4y; of New York, who lived alone al. In the meantime, the officials of the I A few minutes later a man named j
    Casserta roads are today engaged; In the formulation Stewart came along and saw the dead
    has been found dead in hel =
    Louse there. of plans that ,will enable them body lying avross1 the sidewalk. MardI Gras Festivities. '
    She had been
    strangled I
    and robbed. to handle the traffic now on its way I He went after help and encountered! Mardi Gras at New Orleans MobileI '
    1 A coroner'a : i"1
    Inquest returned here from the west and to'avoid any P. William Ryan and told him about t ........ .. A4444 444444A4AA4AA4AA44AAA444A4.4'4A. .
    c a verdict that the woman had mid Peimacola will beheld< from March 2
    been dead four material diversion of freight from this the dead body Ryan went to the I' -
    days. spot sand upofi/ looking Into the face tn 7 Inclusive ibis year and will be on .

    Well Known-Insurance Man Dies. city.The railroad company carried Its saw tLt the dead man was hlabrother. much larger fcale than ever before. For .q

    Nashville Tenn., Feb. 27J. 3. own insurance and the contents of the .* ihts occasion Ibo round-trla! rate will 1

    Moore, a special Insurance agent various elevators and Sheds were In. .Oc .y Policeman Golden who lived I'I' only he one firht-clasw fare, plus 25 cents We Solicit'our

    widely known throughout Kentucky; sured In local ''and forelgh agencies. ne' by; was called, and he investigated .i j I Tickets to he sold March I tu' 61. cliisj Trade In

    and Tennessee is dead at his home The wharves covered 4,750feet, a I the affair, and with the assistanceof :j "rue final return )limit March it. However p

    'inillopUInsvllle; Ky. distance of over ten 'blocks. Of this !I Policeman Gower and Officers r, tickets can extended.. ulllithrch! fkClass

    I wharfage :IIB.OOO feet and what? It co:c- FIncher and Ozburn, arrested Foote I l ?5 by ({"po..ililll"Ith/: suecial agent R.d! .

    t German Steamer eported. talned was destroyed the remainder at' and locked him up at police'blrra.cks.. by pa)Ulellt of n fee of 50 C 'ht9 nt lime .

    1 Lizard, Wales, Feb. 27.-The steam.er the: upper end of the terminals being The dead man was a pro'mment'Knight 'I of deposit. The 1/minvtlle' earl Nashville '

    Kron Prln3, New York for Bremen, saved through the fact that the wind of Columbus *
    Kiillroarl rnerates tl,rnujtU' Pullnintiilr.iwinnrooni Broc
    _ 'wa* reported by wireless telegraph blew strongly in the opposite dlrec rleeperti tI.'llv from jack < r

    CO miles west at 10: to a. m. today. tlon. The destroyed wharf cost $500 Curfew Law for Georgia Town. de.iring''fiilk'fliii1 j + H ce

    Decrease In New Corporations.New OCO. Elevator "D," leased -to Harris 'Gainesville, Ga., Feb. 27.....:.The cltyj! ',I Bonvilk'complete nnil Il1forDlaliun..h.i.IG'I'anyone ) '
    Scotton & Co., of Chicago cost $aDO,- cc/uncll/ at Its meeting Saturday night1i Groceries[ F t
    York, 'eb.< 27.-Papers filed rOt j .
    :' Gf-rxe li Herring, p P. A., Jackson
    000 i passed a curfew regulation for
    the, new companies In eastern states when built. and elevator "E Gainers-, ville Fla.
    during -February with which was operated by the 'IlUnola'Central vine The law provides that all per-i|I ; '
    a capital ollOCl,000 ; -- -------
    $ ( or over. represents a capItal) cost 400000. | eons found on the streets after 111o'cloclt 'I 1 The cnri'ivnl left e8tenlay. aflernoon( delivery, 1'nlrn Miwli or \V.Mt. 1'iUoeame lfatcyh. I'I''Art t, \h

    of $9dGOO,000, a decrease as compared Apparently, no lives were lost In the [I at night shall be arrested anJ! fur Weal Palm IteHcli, where it will txhihii an all other "'111-<:(..,"" ltOc"n" I
    fire, though there were many narrow i detained: until good excuse for being'' .
    with January of over $17,000,000. The ] they week under the auHpicey of thhliani e : ''wL
    etate of Maine heads the list, of new escapes of .those who were engaged In J I out at 'this hour Is given. Chart R'flcs: The fullnwinx, detiiil willIfwe I .

    s Incorporations, with, a total of $12,' fighting the flames, owing to Its I rapid i ispread I Collins, a negro, was arrested lorV..sI Palm Benrb this afternoon I
    000.000. and lives were constantly en- first one under this regulation 4-. -r-
    danjssr By debris of.all kinds that''' was day night about 12 o''!loqk. It 1 Is1' .In look after the K'fles' Intereslc: -- ,y

    \ whirled through the air. I not thought; that be was to Sergeant; K.iv.iRe.Musirian Chase,
    Kills! Man and Wounds The escape / up any1mischief. -
    Daughter.
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    Jacksonville, Fla., Fl>. 27.-Early of two fire engines was cut off and I The ''Pallia" 'ofi-the law ficer Johnson anrll'.Ivnte, Jivner.
    their had, to for their i followed the wi 1 A>e ansistecl hy S Sunday night Baldwin Marr, a white crews run lives numerous attempts! that
    farmer living 8 miles from this city Driver Dh'arlea'Rlchardson, of No. 6.1 1 have been made to assassinate ciU : and Privates :C: J Lauther,J C.I.Rulher. I
    .
    being painfully hurt. zens of Gainesville\ I'r."kV......, II,O iitintvr, C. A. Gunter. -
    was shot through the heart and In. | I II'
    \ eta.ntly killed and his daughter, Airs., The fire feta-rted in one of the conveyors 'I u I' J E. Chambers. A. L. Hon jb nnd )

    Brittle, was seriously wounded by to elevator "D." It spread I Tlfton, Ga., Hotel' Burns.Tlfton : I Tonic Lnpcz, of U'., t I'.ilm Beach, mid t YA

    Clarence Mason, a negro employed by with remarkable rapidity, sparks drop Ga., Feb. 27.-Tlfton was visIted \V. Fore}", of Dslray.-Miami Record,

    DMarr. Moeon) made his escape, but ping Into oil )Barrels on the wharf and by aficther dlastrous fire Sunday, Moudzy.

    Is being pursued by a posse. replenishing the flames In every'dl.reetlon. night at 7 o'clock, Mvhlch completely! I!
    Ten ships were lying at the 1 destroyed-- otel Sadie and Contents I Regular meals at the'b Clematis 25
    I /
    Accidentally KIIIe .Her Sweetheart. duck when the Ore started and all except The fire originated In the southeast'', cents. F.Ntra turkey dinner every Sun-
    two escaped without damage. The wing of the building near the roof ': from
    I id ly 50 cents. Open 6:30:: a. m.
    Ardmore, T., Fe!). 27--Mlas: Bes-
    .f ale the Indian, of the Leyden line, had her, while the guests were at supper, and, cjtil 10:30: p til. tf
    Ifby, 18-year-old daughter of ,
    rails, the cabin house the masts wiped In a few minutes had sperad between ,
    J.
    ;Marshal P." Irby, accidentally shot .
    clean off, and the Cycle was burned the roof and( ceiling until the entire
    I Working and .
    and killed Clarence Morgan, her sweet. v j Night Day.ThaBusiest
    about the prow and sides. All "the top of the building, a large woodenone i:
    ;heart. They were playing with a gun i and mightiest little thing "cas..ia. J ''af ,
    which tugs In the harbor that had steam up was in'flames. Only a small tor- thatever was mada Is'Dr. King's New rrM
    was supposed to bit unloaded
    hurried to the scene when the Ore tlon of the furniture was saved and f.ifolJllls: These'pills change weakpensInto 4'4etyiitlle 1 : fu ,,,, '"'
    bullet ,
    The entered Morgan's cheek
    ,
    o ; started, and by heroic efforts succeeded come of the wearing apparel ot the strength, listlessness Into "

    and he died ,.instantly., -- -. in putting the steamers into the guests. There was no wind at all, energy, brain-fag into mental power. tI ; a .* e 6'j' \ I

    Perished for Child's Sake. river out of reach of the flames. and the fire was kept confined to the They'ra wonderrul In building> the
    health. 2Co box. Sold all
    hotel building Only per by
    Superintendent 0: M. Dunn, dIrect.
    Cheboygarf Mich., Feb. 10.-Albert
    ____________ "V druggists.
    ed the forces of the railroad
    Fluery walked on the Ice from Bois companyfor j
    Blanc Island to this city Saturday several hours and, when: the Ore Fatal 'Gas Explosion. No Pity Shown.

    night to get medicine for his sick was under control went to the office I South McAlister; I. T., Feb. .-An "For years fate was after me con-

    child. The mercury was 16 below of the company, wh Ve he spent the I. explosion of gaa In Sample Mine No. 2, tlnously" writes F. A. Gulledge, Verbena
    nght! in wire communication with officials of the Great Western Coal and Coke Ala. "I had a terrible case of
    raging plies 24 tumors. When all
    ! : but on east and west and in settling company here, injured ten men one I failed causing Bucklea's Arnica Salve curedme. Tri-"Weekly Sailings Between

    return trip about midnight with a lantern I the lines for the clearing the wreckage ofwhom prabably will die. The Injured Equally 'good for burns and all
    !
    ,I'' and compass to guide; him. That i away. He said that It was probable are John Murphy, pit boss, face aches and pains. Only 25o at all drug JACKSONVILLE *<> NEW YORK ;
    I was the last seen of him, and there is that the piers, elevators and shade and body burned and head scalded, stores.
    J 1 little doubt that he perished and his could be restored within a year and probably fatal; J. L. Sample Domestic Calling .t Charleston R.c., both WIT. E
    Everything in tbe printing line at THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN TOt: COASTWISE SERVICETHE : 'v
    would be made
    body was covered by drifting snow. that they more extensive Marqulno Bud Robbins Grant
    and substantial than those de Hare Jim Crlsty, Frank The Tropical Sun, and all work executed
    Hta wife came to this city to look Martin, and CLYDE NEW ENULANI AND
    SOUTHERN ;
    In the< very neatest and latest LINKSSouthbound :
    for him and a large searching party stroyed. Mr. Dunn said. In' his opinIon three Italians
    style of the art. t' 'I.
    the fire originated from --- ITo Direct Brrvlce Bclwcci.,
    ;r was organized, both here and on the spontaneous I
    K'' Island to search for his body. He combustion. JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE,
    AND ALL EASTERN POINTS., ,,, ,
    of The fire 'destroyed the.Crescent Ice
    't. was 31 years age.epolleA j Consumers
    Only :
    small Calling! at Charleston both ways t
    stores
    company many and a >
    r ".MJ-Wa..tKLY' : MAH.INU9. ,,
    1 It All. large number: of small residences,.and .
    ... -Remember you wiJl get your monev back if not Pleased." From Lewis' Wharf, H"fltol\ h'
    '
    A farmer' went to bear John Wesley many "pathetic scenes were witnessedas Northbound From foot of. Catherine Street jRcksonvih,
    , .1/' Wesley said be would take up the poor occupants of them struggled We hnve,
    , prencb. r>p'tri selling tho very heat t Block' Butter made in the worldDIAMOND -
    ,
    liLt tlrt> topic' of thought. Ue wns tallctn :- to save their azaall belongings; at
    Ills first X" r>cnn s' chiefly about money. was. the risk of their lives.
    _"G"t nil you can." The former nudged The fire will temporarily throw out Every! new customer. WHB surp cnrjvertito! "D lJllloocJ X." We bnv "oldI' Between Jacksonville and .ifanford.:{

    i.t. I 1 a tiWhbo-' dad auld: "This is strange Of work 'large number of employee, nul' ThouHrtrd. "liveinndred( F'ciinrla t hllll Butter In I the lnetSxtyDaye.!:! Stopping at Palalka, htor, St. Francis, Beresiord (DeLsnd) and

    , prencblng. I r-tfcr beard the like' be but this loss wlil be compensated by The wliolf..nUprii-eia Jucknonvillu fs 30n per, lb. in case lots. We have Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River

    f'I, ? fore. This Is very good." .Then<< Wesley the very much larger number that Kive Ilniidrpd PntindM. to Ktcck a Mch we wilUrll to ('flnllumprR {llil)v. At Hoc;: "City of Jacksonville"

    t\\\\' discoursed on "Industry.'V'Actlvlty will be employed In the course of a lb. lock 8 Mocks for rot Ihnn ; .
    and reached per ; $1.00; more 3Ib.) at ne tIri, 1 SteamersPredk
    } ''IV "Living, to Purpose few days in clearing away the debrla: DeBarv': : : ?

    Iff .,/, .. bill second division, "Save nit ;you con" and reconstructing the terminals at 14. I by of Sugll ir *1 00Armour' Fresh Cottolene lion. pound Arc appointed to nil .* 'lIo..I-I.onve Jactnapvllle,, daily exoept 8attmlny" ntKutiiriiliiK sate .,. M G
    f, :. ,. The farmer became more excited."Was' the highest attainable speed. lave Sanford! ,lull)1' iixoopt Sundays at 0:30 s. m.
    '. L, ,I' '' there ever anything lllte this?" Star Hnm 15o 11 pound In pails from 2 to 10 pounds. I ---....
    .. : denounce thriftlessnces BouthbonnJ 8oh..un .. '. Northbnnoq ;
    I rrak a be said. Wesley Railroad Magnates to Oversee. r'8
    .\rmo Brehkfast Bacon 15ca Ropalfakiugl'owdt'r40eponodcans! Rend down ', kend 'I'-
    : H -- Ji :- and waste and be NUtlrlzed the Chicago Feb. 27.-Second Vice president L ->v. j'jo piu .JACKSONVILLE.: ......Arrfv. .. o.. in,

    h", .'. willful wickedness wblcb lavishes In J. T. tlarahan and General Man- Lard '. 80 a pound Corn and Roast beef: lie pound cone II 43 pm.......FAtAtKA................... ... ,. traveno'i, ,
    : f\ luxury and the farmer rubbed his agar I. a. Rawan, left Chicago In a I I 3 ooma'... .....V. ACTOR ..... -. U.u ,?
    ,; ,: banda and Ue thought!: "All' this I special today for New Orleans. West Palm Benoli haa a flno grave yard], but we ore not goin j tote 430.111.. Kf. FKANCtS.1......... ........... '" ". )Xon-on" ,
    car
    1. bave been tauaht; from nj youth wpV buried in it-,nre ynn7 .. .... ... .. ...... .. ...BPiRBSPORbin.LAND: ( ). KIII,, '
    r ft t and what with getting and what withhoarding They go to oversee changes resulting Arrl..8 jo .m.. .,,.... ....)...,........AN\iRr .....a.i., .. .. o v I-IK'
    : it seemed to him that "sal from the tit e.I Pay us your Caii for Groceries ahd Climb. Ont ,of That Hole 1IJ 00 ni' ....................n.w.r.F.KTh111Nn141Si.ad.: ; ,"... ........._......:.. inns" w

    v' r J vation1 bad como to his bouse: But Reported by Wireless Telegraphy. We will fame General 1 Passenaer and :Ticket ) 25 erefr E
    :
    ? ..Weale'. advanced to lii. third-h ud, Newyoik -,, Feb. 27. -The' steamer ,. poeitIvelyitavlJ|! jou on ; ,don",, 'pCD for'p'tJe.J .. ... : _.i:
    :''* "Ah R! pwi fully C.aLry<"/r"A.s'illus.'IPae.eatluwe.BaytlMJseamntun.: : tt
    all
    can. .
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    which you
    r JX ; wa '" Kroonland.';;from Antwerp, was report. W.....COOfKKt: : : "r. hAet. CYL"III.rur/i '
    dear; ab, dear suM tbe farroerj '"b2xa ed by.wireless telegraph; at' 5:30: today THE LAKE WORTH GROCERY CO. *V'ant! of KnBia Street, ...'...."Ti-.plortilnCH1 : 4
    ,. rl k ana spoiled it alii" ... c. ITAUERTY. 0..nVMKO )3ast's Yaa.Aar, New Ya k. ; >Bi TtllL1'IJe.' Ann'; H't A lN., i
    gono Yi. when 105 miles 'eaat'cf Nantucket Hah. By II. J,. BURKIIARDTAcro : *.. 1cau.! ; fCI 'Wll1., P., )LiUk. .It e flr
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    t ship. Geasrat i ManIRer Wbnoal. .,..ntr.
    The Lake. : OMl">roub.. Building" 1"IIIa'e' 8"'e.' Mew Tor y
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    ; I a i?' "C ". BLIZZARDS FOR 1-- "Our Bob"Eulogised.' For' a Soldiers' Home. I i '.:" .:. ...- 0. -. '0- d ,o- :+ 0. ....'"' ''tI'''''' 'tI-oI.. ':r" .;." "'K+j

    The Washington Post, one' of.the most A Washington dispatch dated Mouif;. I I r '" .t 1 1I'

    MONTH OF 'MARCH Influential 1 papers lit the United Siates says: "Senator THliaf rro called! up the ''; W. ''I. METCALF ', QUVJ.METCALF\' J
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    I has the following flattering comment to Introduced by him appropriate' 1 ?
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    i' make on. Congressman: D.vis and: the $100,000 for A Soldiers' Howe In the Attorney' and Counsell r-at-Law. ': Notary Public and Conveyancer. ,
    w'< a' Irl flicks will bo a Disagreeable -
    Says: other members of the Florida delegation: Slate of Florida, and the meallure'waEl

    _t' i\" l, Month In the inonrells) : "A vetern Southern DemoJ. passed .Ilbouroppolltlon. The bill provides -

    + crat, who has done his State faithful sen for "the purchase of a tract of 300
    Vi
    a ;" ,, North and st.
    I vice, retires to private life at the'closeof acres of land and for the erection' of suitable liTROPICAL REAL 'ESTATE EXCHANGE 1

    .. this session in the person of Repre buildings.! Admission is to be restricted ,
    From Hicks' forecast for March made ,sentative Robert W. Davis, of Florida to.those who are now eligible fur;

    S; "' Feb. 17, we coi dense: the following;predictions !Small as the Florida delegation is, It has admission to Soldiers'' Homes elsewhere. :
    ,
    ; 4 : I been one of the most Industrious from Senator Taliaferro jcndeavnrrd to have!, : 1
    ,t I The first marked disturbance. forMarch for Florida provision made for aumismon of soldiers !
    the South (in doing things i
    will be central on the 3rd, 4ih nod Sib people Since Mr. Davis. entered 'Con of Indian wars as well as of the civil Abstracting Titles a Specilatjr.

    , These reactionary storms wit culminate gress, eight veers ag-1 >, Florida's two Senators War but to this the committee was opposed -
    N ;" in high tempeaturelowbsrome! r.\IIilh and two members have secured i
    ,t rain and high winds on and touching the many hundreds: of thousands of dollars j b tJ.

    rd I" 5th, ending in snow storms over much of for river and harbor Improvements, a'('' Dr. J M. Munyou has arrived from :. "t 1 \ 'r0 .
    Philadelphia and will remain biB ;;
    i the country to the northwest The Mercury number of good public buildings, anu at '" '
    Ptl ,\ disturbance being rentral on the 7th have collected from the Government' laninus Mnnyon't Island during the remainder "

    : : the probabilities are that continued cloudy over fiOi>oooo for an old Florida war'' of the season B- ; \ .urnislzed Co babes :

    ii ,threatening sleety: conditions will continue claim. Aa one of the hardest workers ;
    < tuto the regular storm ueriod fol I '- ,
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    ,', 1- in Con/res* Mr, Davis ,contributed his Don't miss the Pones Planttque, pronounced
    1 lowing share toward the well-kuowaL successes!;,. by the press! and public' to be
    Severe boreal storms with March cold of his He has spoken seldom -; '10
    delegation. ,, the most charming and refined feature .
    wave need not surprise anyone from the and never' ,,4O i
    but always to point kit >\vn to the twentieth century. Will ,
    about the 11th to the 14th. SpeciaL Tourist Form for protection of per- i '
    for buncombe. The retiring Florida I! positively appear At West Palm Beach's & : : :
    r.. Another high barometer and March member has made no enemies during Big Street Fair Feb. :aS to March 4 in- INSURANCE sonal I effects, wearing apparel and jewelry 1

    sr 'r ", cold wave may suddenly Blip in from the his four terms, and his friends are manyon ck of vetera-Good In transit by rail or water t..i:

    IQ northwest from about the ijlh to the iglh both sides of the center aisle. He is i, clusive.ANNOUNCEMENT. 1 and anywhere ia America* Europe, Mexico or Canada.FIRE 1/\ 1

    :. but it will give way as !suddenly it!lIt one of the few men In tbe House whose j,I o. .
    a .
    f came. return to pnvate life will be a loss to the '
    1' TbS indication are that tropical hurricanes careful and business-like consideration I I At a pedal meeting! of the stock holders ,

    1 W'" and slot ma will reach the extreme of .legislation.: I of the Compflnv Planters'' -formerly Packing the and Fruit Preserving .

    y' parts of our south country about the 191 h .Vegetable ""Growers' Association of ; ON' t tt

    *I' 'I t to the stud: notably on and touching the Circuit Court Next Week. I I I Delra",'Flnrida-callerl. for the purposeIofamendiAgitscharternotice ," NOTARY PUBLIC WILL. CALL AT ANY TIME APPOINTMENT.. -i'
    1\\ oil tftt, and that rain and high/( winds, turn- J ; nf which \
    ,' : ',' lag to snow and very'cold for the season, The prlng term of the Circuit Court!j was published In The Tropical Sun, a t '
    ?, the Seventh Judicial Circuit, in and 1! newspaper puhlisl ed semi-weekly!
    lof
    " will meet the tropical, storms .
    equatorial
    '''W"Sl.PKII1.1 n."cb, Fla for four consecutive .,
    from the northwest A. severe March for Dade county, will convene: on next weeks! preireninf; said. meeting. at 1 .
    If' blivgard over much of the country north (Monday March 6, in Miami, Judge which more than three.fonrihit' of all I

    ward is among the probabilities at this Minor i S.: Jones-:; presiding The follow mock issued was represented,- said slock OFFICE NEXT TO BANK. WEST PALM BEACH ;
    holders did vote to amend the charier
    j InK is a list of those summoned to qualify
    ; period. Exposed region along/ the gulf of BMiJ-corpo-ution. as follows
    ? and south coutt will do widely lo watch I SI! grand and petit t jurors to serve for the "Section II. After the period following:;
    f l 1\\? batoxelrtx and other storm indications term: Thomas Taylor, W. D. DiiBerry. the word "Vdvisahle," in the fifth line 4 r.... o .. 0 t, 0A.. f..O- _. 9, :iA.ria: y 4 ".:.*.'+< s> .....
    ; at this time.! Volcanic end ueisntic disturbances J C. Hooks, t,. K. Hatfield, Adam Cor- corporation may establish, maintain -. I
    t :: t will reach a maximum state oft rell. A. T. Carter, G. H. Johnson, W. R.Collins and operate, factories! for and the purpose all of --- .
    canning
    vJ1 t* t" execution over the /globe generally within '- V. TCTCnighton, E. C. Wouifh/ kinds at fruits preserving! and vegetable pickling, and' may BARGAINS

    sixty Lours at 6 p. III on the zoth.Wvtcli G H. Richardson. F. Armstrong, buy and sell produce of nil kinds'!; and THE MODEL PHARMACY
    ; P ; for such reports in the world's Jr., M. M. Burdine. F. Gallalt J. F. j .sell and, dispose of the finished products '
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    Canova, Wesiey Smith, J. G. Crossand! of its factories. ESTATE :
    telegraphic covering tins period.A \. Has
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    It was /nl-o voted by raid nlorkholrlers settled'down to business for 1905. _
    Albert Anderson, R. Malhers L. D. a.
    i>oi reactionary fctorni'period' : will hen J to change/: Section VI. of their chatter to ..
    1 Hewitt, J P. Jones, J. M. Thompson, of Palm Beach Residence Lot-Two miles
    ( central on the 27th :agin and :29111 At read: "The highest amount indebtedness Entering '
    which D.rtllol Puuicimtit for axle> at a bargain.; the: new: we: I
    , : this time the tempera cur will rise deci Alfred Smith J. R.WaUer.W. D Horne, rr liability to the corporation year r 1
    y" i K Hunt, Gosstnan, DuUois al any one lime ill all subject its-If Pineapple Plantation Residence-for t y
    JB Henry Harry '
    r:, dedly the barometer sill fall t'rorre.HH.ively ,
    shall\ not exceed twice I the amount of the five acres on canal, near Jupiter, ten Mean
    ul 11\ from wt-M to east und general' Frank H. Brown, W. B. Denton, stock ,issued J>y the corporation," acres Hbedded nines, first clas4!' 9-room to do our best ,
    itorms of wind and rain, turning to mow Thomas K. Cbeatbaui, H. /.. J. Maker, Therefore, on Monday, the 15th' day house! windmill, lank, piping, for gale -.J
    km't ;.lulh< north, will pass tHHivmrd.y M' roes R. W. RhodevJoshua Smith, B. Parks. March, 1905 this corporation will apply very ch'eap for cash. Apply to t-/n all occasions,to keep on hand
    arr to His. Excellency, N B. Browatd Gov- .1
    4s. ,the country, all followed l.y nm/tlit > decided ernor of the Stnte.of Florida, lur letters WALLACE R. MOSES .
    k1 rise of the barometer. northwesterly Prof. !Maurice, of New York Citv, o'lle patent authorizing the changes herein. West Palm (bench. Due: supply of Perfumes, Soaps' v..<' ,, ;

    ;.+ ; I winds and much colder. uf the most noted prestidigitators of the before set forth.PLANTERS' -. -"---- ,'t. ". ,
    .dy, Is arranging to entertain the : PACKING AND PRESERVINGCOMPANY Eeu de "i
    guests The Realty, Mortgage Company of : Cologne: and other..articles .
    The splendid equipment ot the Florida of the East Side hotels with one of his! W. II. BLACKMER; West Palm Beach, Fla! has an .abundance I

    East Coast railway will he further in- scientific! exhibitions, which will probably Secretary and General M'H'Ker.' of funds to loan farmers. n9tf Likely to please our customers. -f ,
    be some evening next week. ,
    given
    c' creases shortly by five new locomotives. L- "
    For the of the schoolchildren,
    r The engines have already been: pleasure Peep in new'nd .
    new '
    \' chased and will arrive here about pur.the I of West Palm Beach the Professor will : .....lit. ........., ."" .. ..._ ---,- __ ,,_ on our i

    s. ': middle of the mouth They are the same also give a matinee, .probably ID the I' Handsome display of BATH-ROOM to : t.'. ,
    I school auditorium.
    rl aa tho now in general use on this road! ;

    {, :,. l' -Schenectady made The constant Inii Din CoKgrove, well-known T-larrrris & Epps Accessories & see what adds /-. ,' 1 \ '
    a employe .
    t crease of travel over thin railway hasa ;
    of the construction of the ..
    ", department Real \ '"
    ; necessitated large tutituir.iis to the roll.s comfort to lavatories i.
    ii East Coast Hotel Monday HIGH-GRADE :
    Company spent ,

    ; log stock from time t<> time and those

    i I who remember this system. : in its. rail? lu ullami, on business 1 nixing Drugs is Scientifically done -: '

    tL l\days would never recnx wx-r': It now, so Men's & ShoesSole ,
    The Tropical Sun Is always on saleit Furnishings
    4 baa been it* development At
    i. /great: Iduer He. Son's. our Store where delicious Ice '
    Augustine Record: .

    S i CREAM from Famous BILTMORE. ,'"

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