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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: May 6, 1905
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
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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 )
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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
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boa 9 dtof'' Trade Accepts t Special. l Drainage,i Cornmittee's <, There arrived-io tbe.- -city .last, night the afternoon session of the Boardof Clematis Avenue Shacks Cause. Much. ., Discussion..

; 1' : 'from Tallahassee the Special'''.committee County Commissioners, Tuesday, the ,

g R v'porf.;' : W Money Will be' Appointed by the 'Legislature'of{ Florida proposition G.J. Sullivan, S.H.Richmond Delinquent Tax List to be Published. ," :

to make a thorough, ipspectlon; of tht hnd 'J. H. Bond, to view and mark J' ,

":"' '. ,. till. t td '. Canals of the Florida Coast .Line Csnat .out a road from Perrine to Homestead, Matters '
Other
..1 \ .r.. I ,. : Forthcoming.Jr .. and Transportation, 'Company and report ,. waaccepted, they to report at the next .. ,,. .
J.of: to the Legislature. -. .. 1. I ., '
: .,, ..1! "d"' ------ r- This committee, composed of Senator TBe\ bill for $too, for advertising in the ;\: .. ,.i. '

y Frank Adams, of t Jasper; Senator Thos. Homeseeker., presented by Mr. Black- The Council met in. regular session ice factory had and r
City ignited destroyed
,CTke matter of draining the Freshwater mattercan'probably be settled on discussion
S. Davis, of Fernandina RepresentativeNoble atan \at the last meeting of the1 board,
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Lake!$!'and reclaiming several thousand I I r as there are ""several views taken, of Lake; Representative Sprague* wag rejected on the ground that the board .Tuesday night, but adjourned with. about belonging twenty to dollars' worth widow of clothing
an indigent
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.1 adrestot t submerged"lands'inay D w'b-; from which we can draw our conclusions'. of Putnam and N.A. Adams, of Jasper, 'had. no right to order such advertising. out the transaction of any business, in The Mar.hal.tated that the company woman.,had

W rgeaonablyrlooked. upon 'as a certainty, "We would suggest that whatever, action -' was met at the depot,by, >President Geo.F. : A communication: the South Florida order that the members present might expressed: willingness to pay the damages -

T I, Miles of the canal Early Fnlr Association,';asking the board to attend the "Mr. Bob" li
foreground company. presentation
,, add would not be unreasonable to expect ; be taken, that we keep' In the by so the matter was dropped.

{he work to commence almost Jm.Asan every proposition that will\ expedite jhls morning these gentfemen, together : participate was, filed for future refer the pupils of the IIlgh School at Zapf'S The Chief of the Fire Department reported ''

H' <1 ,1 with Judge F.;W. White of Quincy, and en ce. Opera-House, until, Wednesday, evening, that only two of the hydrants ordered .,
\ this project
u edi telyjI';; the consummation of President Miles and George W. Gibbs, The Treasurer's report shows a bal had been placed; but that the ,

tofa in The ;Tropical last and thus assist of the cana) company, left in tbe company's ance on band May I, as follows: at 7:3d o'clock.Wednesday others were expected noon, and arrival i
on
General fund. .. .. .....Si,401 04 evening Aldermen Parrish
,
/r the matter of appraisement of "Yours launch for the M&tanzaa cut. '
Saturday, respectfully, will" be at once placed and made uniform ,i
Fine And forfeiture fund..... ..... 771 OO
dame eel caused' by...tl!. canal through 'a .IJ'''. BvM'CGiN4Y, Superintendent George G. Gleason ,hadgone School ttiod.... .. ... ........... eta 86 Sirklu, Gner and Wellington; answeredto in their adjustments. The chief also re- '

the M tin yon property was left by Dr. "C. W. SCBMIO, down to Ormond in order to arrange Road nod. ... .......... .. .... 800 20 roll-call, Alderman Parrish in the ported that certain electric or telephone 1

Monyon{ to"tbsr Hoard 'of' Trade committee "Drainage Committee." for another launch to be in readiness !I. [ Interest and.Binding fund.... ......-- 42U 7 chair. .poles were in the way.

t and others."Tbis to meet the party at ,the end of Total amount on baud. .......*- ,18.4 87 I This called up the order some time
.l.t. of the minutes of the last I
Following Reading report, The regular, a
bmtnrttee visited the Munyon their six mile drive from the Matanzas Warrants at present outstanding are as issued, that poles d
ago all improperly
I. Mr. McGiuley explained something of special and meeting of Tuesday night
dredge to that working in South creek Follows
tract and reported at a called meeting of : placed be removed, and the Marnhal.was
the committee's work alllO! the Conditions .... ...... .. were read and approved.The ,
i I. :Board of Trade last night the Iha'. existe-t, ,and stated that he The will then proceed on down Road fund . ... ..:.. ........ ..... 1.1>:!1I 5(0( regular order of business was takenup 11p1 l4
f proved to be OQ. of tqe host Interesting thought Dr.Munyon should be compensated party the Halifax and Fine mid.forfeiture/ fund ....... ... 98H H-t and a communication from Mr. Mayor under the charge" 'of obstructing" :
East Const
the through
held theboard' the streets ""i .
by
: and, profitable meetings ever to the extent recommended by thecommitteeti Hillsborougb rivers to Mosquito'' lagoon; t ilotnt.::; ..'.I140( Sheen was read, including a bill for street were. "" '
/ The of officers res'and
j uglNtvi..a.; i '. the Haulover canal into 1'he current monthly bills were ap- work, of$g 75, which bad been inadvertently r reports
'fa; the absence of President Moore, then through conformed to that of the; Finance Com
:Mr. W. I. Metcalf was made chairman Mr. A. P. Anthony thought that Dr.Munyon' the I-diau river for the iso-mlle trip to proved and ordered paid after which omitted his final report of street I r1* sl
mittee.y,1flj
liberal the board adjourned paving rendered at the last regular ,
proposition was a very Jupiter. The route then will lead '
tem. i The following bills were ] and'
---- approved
pro one, and that the citizens of West Palm through Lake Worth creek and from meeting. Also submitting a plat showIng /IN
the of the meet ordered
After explaining object paid:
Christian Science Services.First the lines of the proposed adjustment
ing, Secretary Branning read the report Beach should not long hesitate in accepting West Palm Beach the- committee will E: L..Cn>Q8haw,street work.... .... 976
of the Committee on Drainage, it. He thought that the report ol follow the series of canals and lakes to Church of Christ,Scientist, West of Lantana avenue, growing; out of encroachments City scavenger! ,Hulniy .. ... .. .. 61S 00
special
the committee should be accepted, and Biscayne Bay, return!ug from Miami by Palm Beach, Fla., up stairs in Masonic on the avenue by Mr. L.W. T.J. Call1 ,bU. Rbocliiff city horse1 TIS
as follows: I' Burkhardt. Clerk and InHpector. salary. ... .... GO 00 c +
that the board, should at once of Bank Clematis
proceed west
; traiu.-St. Augustine Record. Tuesday. Temple, on ave.
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COMMITTEE'S REPORT. 'The bill submitted :lob. Sheen B. F. Carter, feed of borne.Marshal Iii 00
West Palm : to raise funds for the purpose of buying The: canal committee and party ar. nue. {:Sunday services at 330pm.;; Sun by was I salary and fi*.... ... .. .., .. 64. 00
fTo of Trade of
the Board : the right of way:' He and his associates rived in West Palm Beach at 9:30 Thurs day-school at aO:. p.m.; testimonial meetings ordered paid and the plat was referred I Poll 8alan. iidlary' ond fee* .... .... .. 4600 '
r Beach, Fla.-Gentlemen) The Drainage who were interested in the tract of landto day night on the launch Cherokee, and at 7:30 p.m. ou first, third and fifth to the Street Committee with instructions R. E. Seyle twelve doyiT work. .., .. Is 00

t"- Committee: beg leave to report as follows: be drained would bead the list with a dock for short time, Wednesdays In month. The pastor of to obtain the necessary transfers of Feed of prlHopern' ... ........ ... ... 100 ,
tied at the city a
the suggestion of Dr. up I Sprinkling\ itrmta.... ......... ...., 400 Y
upon subscription of Iso, southward this church Is the "Bible" and "Science
t'Acting his letter'to Mr. Currie, later proceeding to Biscayne title.Mr. John Cragtu, repair, of sidewalk ... tJ 00
:M as per Sirkln, chairman of th'e Finance
for Dr. the
Mr. Currie. agent Munyon Bay. In the party were General :Manager and Healthwith to Scriptures,

his agent, and also another to the attorney as Mayor of the city and as a citizen ; Geo. F. Miles and Superintendent by Rev. Mary Baker G. Eddy. The Committee, reported as follows for the Total.. ........ .. ............... $2*O na

I for the County Commissioners Mr. interested In the welfare of the community G. G. Gleason, of the canal company, subject-lesson on next Sunday is "Mor month of April: The bill of the Electric Light, Power

Currie, 1>lr. E. H. Dimick.Mr. F.Sheen, addressed the board. He thoughtthat ; Senators Davlsof Nassau county.Adams tals and Immortals." The text: "For ye T5.collected.. ... .. ..... ...:..... ..,nl211\ and Ice Company, for (116, for the
Mr. W. I Metcalf and thechainn"n of Dog ta*".... .... .. ........ .. ... 87 00
there would be no hesitancy upon of Hamiltonand Representatives Nobles are all the children! of God by faith in montbrtif April was held up because of .
this committee visited the Munyon MCMIHM. .. ......... .. ....... .... ITU\ 251 I
prop the part of Pr Muuyou in accepting: the and Spragne, of the legislative committee Christ Jesus."-Galaliaus 3:26.: A cordial Court flora and cotra. .. ...... 72 BO taxes outstanding nod unpaid by the

arty Wednesday.. action of the board should it adopt the also judge P. W. White, counsel Invitation is extended to all who Received trout Dade county,repairs company; and, on motion, it was ordered F
"The object of this visit was to see!! the ... .. .. ......... ... 1 03touelvfed
committee's report. He stated that it for the canal company. The party will are interested or who desire to investigate !- to lull. that no more bills be paid the company at '
property through which tlieeanal runs, had been learned that President GeorgeP. proceed by rail when they return to tbe "' Christian Science to attend these [ from Suliner, account for until the matter of the unpaid trxes is
'' how much land would be required plumbing. ,...... ........ ...A. .. .. 25 OO
ascertain Miles,, of the canal company, was to northern part of the state: from :Miami services. ---- adjusted. ,,' ;

to take in the proposed'eularK be in the city yesterday, but it had been Total.. .... .... .. ...... $4,2211: III The Sanitary Inspector reported the r
ment of same; also to.see for ourselves discovered that the gentleman' had passed Leaving balance in bank of $63 92. sanitary condition< the city hlrlygood.

f"" the location of the tanks and windmills, through the night( before oa his way to Senator C. M. Brown Chairman Sirkin advised, In bis report, There are no complaints sTgatnst the ,
l v intrinsic value df such 1
the ;
I .. and ascertain Miami. Realizing that the caual com delay In the matter of advertising theist scavenger. &*it

strip of land. pauy was interested lu the project, and of delinquent t xes. C. W. Schmid reported a pen full of +h

'We fiud that the mouth of the canal was willing at any time Ito aid In the Unseated Wednesday The report was received, but the recommendation hogs on the hill, west of the railroad, the d

is about 70 feet wide at the top and at drainage work Mr. Currie and President of delay was not approved. odor from which is not that of otte-<3e- m

the water level about 20 feet while at Moore had wired Mr. Miles at Miami to Instead, the collector was ordered to advertise rose; but it was concluded that, until

I' the.west line of the Munvou property it ascertain if it would be possible for him Tallahassee May 4....;.Hon. C. M. was finished' Mr, Brown: i br >se and asked and collect all unpaid taxes, in someone reported the hogpen as a nuf-

is about IS feet on the water level and to stop over today and meet with the representing Twentieth Sen- for the floor. He said that he did not accordance with the taw. sance, the hogs; continue to eat swill and

f+ about}\, 50 feet at the top of the bank. committee. Mr. Miles, however, !had otorlal Brown,District, embracing the counties desire to stand in the way of the interests Mr. C. W. Sclimid asked for leniency 'stink:, poison the atmosphere and scatter

Figuring' roughly, we estimate' that the wired that It would be impossible for him of Marion and Sumpter, In the' State of Marlon aud Sumpter counties; as to the collection 'bf the taxes due by microbes. "Taking; the bull by the

? additipnal amount of land required 60 feet to to do so,but he hoped to be able to upend Senate, was today by his own request, that he wanted them to have representation him because of his losses by fire. horn," or the "lOW by the ear," is a-

t make I the canal the proposed. a day or two in the crty next week,when unseated aud Dr. A. P. Baskln, of in the Senate and that as the One The members of the Council expressed process with which the Council secantto 'i'

wtde will be about three acres."wl and I. he would meet the committee. Duunellon, Marion county' seated in bidplace. ., of the Senate was apparently againstbin willingness to.Mr. Schmid and referred be not at all familiar.

find, further, that the tanks I The report of the committee was I /, be would ask that the vote be the matter to the Tax and License Committee Alderman T. J. Grier asked for and

wind ills-which supply water for Mun- adopted. The question i whether or not Mr. I made Unanimous that he be unseated, to obtain information as to the was granted leave of absence for throe
Hue runningeast I ,
yon's aid -and stand about on a feet north of MAY COMMENCE WORK SOON. Brown was entitled< to the seat as senator and that Dr. Baskln be appointed to fill legal questions involved. months on account of ill health.! Mf.
west tau The Street Committee, through\ Chairman Grier to spend his vacation Lathe
caual. t Mr. stated that he had been from this district was ral-.ec in the the vacanqy. proposes
of the
i the north bank McGlnlyr laud Senate this morning, and when 'a vote Cllr. Drown'a remarks made him many Wellington reported several aide- West, probably Texas and Mexico.
that the present informed that the companies were
"W'learnfurther, -; called for an expression, of that friends and admirers and he was roundly !. walks in bad condition and one or more Quite a discussion was precipitated
the three wells is desirous of commencing! operations at was
A supptnof water from the opinion aeimed to prevail cheered both by the Senate and spec. violations of law In the dumping of refuse between Cart Schrebnick and the Council ws
In all of the deeds as to body,
sufficient for two hours' supply once, or as soon as I
only
taton. garbage, etc., in vacant lots and relative to the structures he is placing
band and that he was not, and before the vote 16
the twenty-four hours of pumping, from right of way were in- they I I Clematis
alleys. on avenue, during which it was
whlch'it would seem that the giving of aJbond were assured that there would be no fur
The chairman was directed to invoke developed that Screbulck hits a curb
u* pf indemnity for damage to the ther hindrances. A's soon aw-all of tbe An East Side Improvement. False Fire Alarm. the law for the punishment of parties stone permit, signed by a majority of
wouldbe
:.J. water supply would be a matter of small details were arranged the matter Carney and C. LaVinchy, Chief J Oscar Cheatham of the Fire offending In that respect. the Council, to do the work complainedof.
and Messrs. J.
be held as taken with Mr, J, R. Parrott
i ..1- moment, as these figures can up of the canal well-known East Side property own Department, requests The Tropical Suit Alderman Sirkln special committeeman ,. The Council, by law, cannot grant,*
in the future. the speedy completion I
a basis for figuring same era, have this week commenced work to state that on nest Thursday< evening, reported the delivery of the reso. a permit to erect, alter or change a buildIng 4

"This committee -designating committee the urged. motion of Dr1. Jlood it; was upon an improvement that l is destined tomeet the rtth. at 7'3oo'clock: there will be a., lotions of respect and condolence passed either individually or as a body. .,t

ii' above-namedgentlmen as a Upon \ with much commendation f rofn the false alarm of fire. by the Council! to the surviving family It Eau approve plans, in regular session, ,

of .ward-decided that, In view of offerto Mr. agreed continued that the special and drainage com-I thousands of persons who, durlug; the At that hour which is the time for of Mr. Joseph Jefferson.It but the Mayor must Issue a permit.
his mittee
Mnnyou's liberality matter in in making this manner, it solicit\ uml collect funds for the purchase winter season, delight In the tropical holding the regular business meeting' of was tcported that, sparks from the Adjourned.
settle the scene that can only be found along the department, the new bell willa be
would be fair to him that we pay him of the right of way. Foinclana. omciallr tested and the citizens of West
north of the Hotel Royal -
1, asst the sum of $too an acre, or $300 for the As to the indemnity bond tq guarantee lakefront. They are constructing a five- I' Palm Beach will be given some idea of Stowers Didn't Say. I will be at my shop in Defray next
the title of his water supply !Monday, for one day only, and will be
1 feet wide, Dr. Mnnyon that .
tight; of way, 100 ; foot road way*, or chair trail which will the lone of their new alarm bell, Postmasters towers says there is no foundation
hame to be turned over to some one would not be curtailed or threatened the northward as I' whatever: for the report that ,he pleased to attend to the wants of all those b
from Cragin place
'' authorIzed by this meeting and to be held there was ranch discussion, but it was far lead, probably, as the McFarlane place. I I Mr. J. C. blowers has commenced. and )Mr.! Garland are going to build a In need of horseshoeing, repairing, etc
in: for such or corporation clearl pointed out that there would be of i iI the of Narcissus \ T. J. Campbell. 3-zt
trust persons } Tie road la being substantially con active operations toward the erection brick;, building on corner

as shall dig this canal same title to be little ot no difficulty in getting over this structed .to coquina or Coral rock, and I his new artificial atone block oppositeThe I street and Clematis. avenue, a.stated When you buy bread,, why not hare ?
of the
turned over to them. obstacle as there was little danger I Sun office. The massive, last night in the News.
will certainly enhance the value of property Tropical the best? The splendid reputation
;{1'A matter which also needs our coatsliertlon' supply being threatened by the digging i along that portion of the Palm Beach Iron columns, brick and other materials real estate loans Majawskl's bread is making for Itself "

is' the requirement that the of the canal. It was shown that at should peninsula! ......_. .oq,,_'... ', have been placed on the grounds, .and \should All persons write wishing or call upon tbe Realty Is due to. the care taken fa baking. rt'
earth which to be takeu from the ditch the wells have t() be deepentd any the construction Palm Beach la always the beat Its
-J- Finest line of candles ,at the MaJewskl work: will commence upon :Mortgage Company, West ; quality can notbe ,
4 r ''f" "j> shall, be' spread upon the flat land and) ., Continued ta ".S. 0, of the building in a few dayc ,Fla. ms-Iawtf I excelled. ,Try It. 4!

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: I;: THE TROPICAL SUN. The Governor's They have s singular kind of datic rh.n..ana..rn.r.THE -1'/liJ'
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}!t './/f.'r'' !i''';' aV WSSV ........ ....0...DADS OOU TT|(COI'O* Tallsbssseny *3'"f.n.:$ Governor's g I and, slHttt as scrow'of, mutes, 4 .CO .11.i ? Our little girl friends wbo ,
I, $h = special drainhgltaui.sage'.e<< ; presan< ed., .pt lpcp 'break') Into a.tunert'-yoiitbpulls: s ,"m' IV 'J l are entered in the 10 Reasons ',or)
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PRICE, 13,00 PJIH Yt1t.ih' to both, houses this. tnornlDg''" Dd Is, a. ,err his csrf kibd challenges'his glf ''wltbsrSvave I 1'' Why contest should 1l
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"y' I tarqa(.,J88S ..la'','b.o\'tr98tee.,\ > The r e- and"leed: .kid"IIaeale,! .ro'' n 'and'Touad. ;H" t 9qiIFeetEv I : .t I'.ii.' ;. ;. mama and papa,, to'help 1 .

i, \ '.' "tend 'I' the_FwrtofHwr'doc..U.n. '...Went Pawn Bo.chas pprj.1 made by; the' JLTjilted States CORIneera Not'wortl .Ii epbketjand,, DOl' laugh is t ef1'? : l 1.Id( 11'ti "./ro"I" ',1'\:.'. '..,.' you. '
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to then 1.-tbt-1aud.! ,of ,"(n \0 .
x n'1': The people who cortie to Florida congress Jfbs droning ''pfi:')jro lours In ; J 1.2 tueprl.zee 4f4 ,:
,
."" !, ':" spend the winter,to jecpperate ..their' ,' ,terpretatiou Q85g1i'tbey of \\be\. .rlou*peases> of,the tbe' aomf fcey''Bndjroeasut-e; and : xwe: h tve \'justY. '. ft/ii/ 'l i Iii l d"1.tp't ,b Besldee t '' ';"',:

'' get ( : ,:, have been J'ouKbtfore the,prize'or Snee1t 1d'thie {"elrctlgr! a. ..+ ., if, gip' 'tre_ _of ltiiit11'? ? .'
J, > health ,frequently. i ret"arn.ta ..JheirWf'J.J jibe'' courts.: A; history-; '' of tbe {be dance 1sahed1s f.. 'given (spectators ',received:from.Me" J 1 'tr'rti l: 'bJCt+ ; ort'A4 r: hh :
/ ) in the present .litigation ,lnvolvtpg,,.the ,trust vto the'.a..1e'wbO'. In. all"that) summer V=4. Vv' "TkytlB""* ww - 74 'J Northern bomesiearly spring, ; "",
a c 'I li:) s .tii'ba the ?: fund and,,.the" power and duties at the" revelry b'se'never.Ipen :aad'never : -. : 't 1U'Gt\ I1r,13ack's 4': rages are tbeRes.t in, the,wo'r'd i'> :!'! ; :11( ''. I, ;; $>j !j; ': ,'\
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the atmosphere pares .
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1 i ) ', \, v trustees. .?. ",-.'- sni,..led-, '.'. ',_ .' -t. .. "" ,. *\\ W"" Tbat's why. we sell, then\ : ., fcli i 1 ; i; ", .. ,. :
I L : Uie weainer ,
'/ and rc9 LuFbortfea( beaiDg! upon the.lea.ibiJi- 't !. I .QI\i'1"Wto\ {
.' LYM.It strengthen? the inyarlli ty' and practicability of. the reclamation 4 W'Jdawer'i e..e..U1tUlt"' ,. :a SHO CPi : : .' ;:': .: }
; .i.IJ{. ; : to 4R: and ;! ; A 'widower' is"a. tame animal'' and :, e "

\11 ; :1", ': .._ia.i -the' (h'ues'' life "Suns :The and drainage of these lands sod tbe' stand without tying. No: woman can mad'e' Especially.lor tfs fa' the latest "
\ cost of the mala..4.a.1: from. St. Lucie to ,card .rlalclien-DaCamara ; :Co
him. He 4lardiare
isoverconfcentt and 0 lpfaaDd> ; styles
,t\\', \ Y" : sea ba ovilgletoMialnlieequaltoanyIt !, l ) Lake OkeechQbee place the ost at I that'"la'bte' 'great/ we'ak'nes's': "Hennas : : i,

;.' \ ;,, Jaeke $250,000. The 'opening up by this' peen thSgpgjtwalLand!; la...not...Jo.becavgbt ; From $a :to. $5air "

., 'to be found in the United States,.andtheJuVpreBsIon canal of eeve-.hundred'nillefl of InTant: I a second time. lie feels Tmpervlous ,W:";oiessie Retailers of Hardware I" 1 (.,ni'
; 1 / waterway, affording water to1 the ;approacbek;' of woman tin oDe :; .. ;
:traa.por i In of f oar .
i t f.. ) ;ithat the beat le unbearable lion from Fort Meyers!_ on the west Jo sny form)orguleq; ,. ape jwljQW..fliuIshlnTreally .... xWest Palm :BeacK.SFlorfaa"'JlURIfliARDT'S t- ,:'

j l: ia decidedly erroneous. The Lake Olceechbke'e, from Kitsmmee! to 'i rather knotty problem.: He LJEc .. ... .. .", ",>

'. by, Abe preeenta dlfflcultletj!,that arfwbolly;absent USA ,
1: t ocean breeze Ie always refreshing and LakeOkeegbobeer! and wayof in a man who has f never\ felt'the \ .ITY '
I canal/romLak. St.
Qkevchobec to
ql 3 and each he fact .matrimonial: halter draw. He looks > ,
invigorating ,f upon -t.
year '
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'F a.Ele ao.d\ the East Coast canal.to Jack-- :tqd, fl wldQtOwith\ ,"amused Indifference ,,\"- Perfect r

: ia being made clear to hundreds of onville. The governor in his menage, But a young and attractive woman -: which,fits the, foot asa ,Paris-made r .. '
.-r( i )'\ lethatFloridaieaegoodalocala while reiterating his convictions and(! ,who has nevier J epinanrted quicklyarouses' glove fits .the.hand. \ \ f
peo wlef
t Palm Beach. April 90,100$
!/ \ views' expressed: upon this sbbjectIn, his sympathies,; lie In nine Boots fe nd $3.50, : !
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in In
ity for recuperating summer as /
1\,\ the campaign, has presented an cases put 6f telJ.sbowa"remarUble endtrence I
array Oxfords$3.50 and $3 "
':It U winter. 'Those: who can should try it of authorities and f.ct"10 regard to 'this of her slege.of. his heart, and PLEASE JTAKE NOTE. i
_ ,. all know that it'is'
we I but a step from
..';j 1L tor a season,seeking alter health. treat project which Justify his position We have cb. from G91igaot tbe finest a i '
f "- io this matter f e ,also) nek fpr.ancbegialatioti ,. endurance to pity and. thence to em- THE received direct'an original "st : ; ,

!.!..AI'W .'T" ,eMlamfltecordcdntlnueetoharp" .' I as will make the land benefited Washington braces. His? Fast doom Is quickly, sealed. SIRKIN: '-: :.'.C ENGLISH BREAKFAST: TEA, j 'if' '

by the drainage o1. 'hoe now In 1 i
\ Tea'ie'oithe'choicest setae tjon#tar'ttiettoet' '
This particular f fas- ;
4 0 ,,
\t; I ; away; over tbeCrimir.al Court corpse control pf\the'; trustees! ;.frpm.,their just T..t'.pi.. ..,'l tl., Ezpe.a're*., '
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? "i ) 4 =* proportion of the cost of this great .And really, the simple life is frightfully ; young' grown ,y
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? "i' GOT. Broward late on 'Wednesday underttklog., expensive.' 'Ate. recent.enter rtfp- 'West jhilrfi! :Beach, Florida ,; CHOW and ;MANKIANG. flts'' da"vor'and fragrance enit the. .. '

ment in this 'city a',great luxury.in the choicest purchaser.

', ./I(, afternoon approved and signed the serving of the second supper'was'; the It ie not tbe cheapest tea'you can purchase, but its quality is Af!

J.' :' 't'' Key West Railway ex ten810n bill,and The Industrial Record f is now making Introduction' of country .aaus ge' 'and I ..." .,T"{ the very dearest and purchasing in the ,manner 'and from t the "( ;,
preparations to issue a handsome trade buckwheat cake. with maple sirup; But '
fi:, :/ f' it,'"npw a part ol,,the laws of;Florida.The edition, which Will appear early la Jane. the sausage.came from the farm of the S.. U..RICHMOND, Agent source that we did, we are enabled to,:.place, it .before ;you fpfSO t

'i Lee: a''' who host an.4represented, .a'.Imall fortune, PO'ND. 1
ik j < 'J\\ : < J. Langley, newspaper man C3ENT A >r'l

:.a',' :: State Convention, of. County tece.tlycame hers front .Miami, where as'the, pigsfrom: which tile ptecv de. resistance Perrin G aht Land d doipany J., instead'pf(being, obligedto charge, .a dollar.wbicb) Is its real value;

_ +F I'' i Superintendents.I of Public Instruction he Las been .employed on the Record .was'made' were blooded eniinals'with 'RF..AJ.rESTATE.: r I{ ,
'if; \ : pedlgrees.'The: buckwheat ,
,
,
,
sod Metropolis of tbat place, has been ,
I ( !
i''' will meet .Tallahassee on next: I was grown In special fields which cost ..CUTLER FLORIDApalms ,
"t : '
engaged Mr. A Hollomaa '
9 by J. tbe '
much foot and the sir-
ever so a maple Groceries
))1 1, : : ,' TuesdayMay! ilt when the needs of editor and general manager, ''to''' compile: up was taken from trees in the most L. w. BUKKHAKDT .Finest

,\ "' Florida's school system will be considered the work end otherwise get out the expensive Adirondack; preserve. 'And -
Vlt will 'to purchasefour: /Books.
edition. Improvement. of- 'the peat thus can thousands of dollars be spenton pay, you. Co1 upo'DnUnnrmnnrnrnrnImmrtiTr ,
r all and standpoint. J r
.,.\ ', from, .every twelve' months will be covered in this tbe simple life while truffled, pate I

I":,; :, work. A large number of copies will be terrapin and such 'other rarebits of a .
I"I" printed and extensively: circulated., The former generation are left for, the tables "

I ht, The "good old summer, time" has Industrial Record is an enterprisingtrade of the middle classes with'' moder" '

i brought with it new inspiration for journal which it and the paper has 'won ate, meauB.-Town' Country., lairs wart '''' '''' "n"nr"'m"r"'m"h'rn? ;rr. e d:.

''' the fool-killer., That distinguished, success, justly deeervea.Jaekeonville : Pletare la Db_'... I kdowd'ky they"habcvs == ,::: -
: aMaq tbs stealer b&.n' 1
N Metropolis. and have been the vicissitudes
gentleman is now on the warpath Many strange faded Oita to produce btupr,bee,
ie el I ;
I '" of some of the world's greatest t.r crops -ban ay other. Bold The Pl7arm'l'ey
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by an deals
r and the man who agitated the question If one were to listen to; the state nni pictures and a fine painting which aaal M!to all applhant.1.e5 heal A. !"j'

f trees' fortuity bowlers, you would. imagine now graces Lord Leigh's residence InWarwickshire D. L
i of cutting down shade had M.FtRRY ta co., a"
;
that buying a school book was about has an interesting his D.trolt, Mloh. Clematis Ava. and ,Narcissus, t

- better!,,keep,a weather eye. tantamount to being held up and robbed; tor tory.some This remarkable consisted, picture of painting which ; A foaming glass of soda would =25 ',41r',

''f .' when, the truth is, school books are' of flowers years was pronounced a by an art == : y o,. s+ .t taste good, now, wouldn't its''?' Well, ZZS

; c It ia a very noticeable fact that tbe the chec,cst copyright books published. dealer to be. merely' mask for :=:: come and get it, It is here waiting =SS
some == Y: a: SODA for you all the time ts there any' tSE ; ,
If f the reader doubts this assertion let
I- 'j ; only persona who are very anxious other picture, and on ,Jils receiving per. kind dote on ? It is here.'And :HZS: "
: him take school book 2. .......... .......... == you
l :: Court of Record any he chooses mission be gradually cleaned off the =: \ there are quite a number of new SS
to Criminal
I : see a and go Into the nearest book store and lowers, discovering underneath a very == \ l'i flavorsandcotubinaUonsthatarefit! ZSt

r created in Dade county are lawyers. compare its price with that of any other tine portrait of Charles I., by Vandyke. f 'fhe : ;::: for angels. Yon know of course, =1ZZ

u that the copyright book of similar size, work It ,1s supposed that the portrait was == \ how we serve our soda ; in good, =3
It ia ,also very.eigniflcdnt
; thus disguised in order to save lt>front == generous glasses; plenty of flavor: : .
and finish. If he does .
.I t' a manship not find Now Open : 'b soda. Not froth !U
and
r lawyers who want the court are the destruction by the Roundheads at the' 2 :- fug any more
the school book cheaper by from 50 to := than we can help. Come today. == ,; .
time of the r.
I avowed- candidates for its offices.: 75 per cent. the Index will acknowledge commonwealth. 2 A large home-like Hotel yell up 2 == r Come every day. -S3 ".,'J,: '

that it know nothing( about the 'book Where We Are Vnolenn.'We pointed and beautifully located slv- r- Headquarters for ::5POLASKI pffS .

Look ,on tbe bright side of things. question. They are sold at a profit of are most particular about cleanliness 2. fug the the more comforts expensive without ones situated the: coat on of .2 _; CREAM Iii ZS: ; ..''

There id a bright side. There's a silver course not in the for business publishers! for their and health dealers andujo'l1Iellti are must keep In our them houses-many swept and garnish servants for 2. Poluclana Lake Worth.Hotel.opposite White; wnltrea the Royal.c :. ?l ll 11 '1 ll 11 lilli 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 lljll 11 11 11 '

G u lining to every cloud- There are ; in the main, the margin of us-and about cleanliness In our food a Electric belli Good flHhlno;, Jinntlnir ,
in is eating only of first class materials and boating/ Rata i f.r..BO and f 8.00 1
r lights as well as shades the picture, profit Dot a cases small as' com- '
- ti : pared with tbat of older commodities. daintily prepared. But with all this 2 per day. Special: rates by the week.palms. : gtOROROROROROROROROKOROROROttOSt0il0i107a07107a0i10310ia07 0I10o
and there Is sweet and o H
: something % '
:!
6 I delicacy of habit the most nay
The people have enough teal grievances greasy o .. '
Ij"n 1: brilliant in the darkest experience. age is seraph clean compared to us In .: 'The : 'Ai
to bear without loading tt.em! with

y rt fl'' Why not find these bright spots and fancied ones.-Lake City Index.up the air rich matter lu oxygen.of air. lIe We breathes get together pure .:: West Palm Beech Florida 2 I i G. G. Strohm Companyg g ,1

1'' 1 look at them? Why weary the eye in vast Herds defile tbe air with all '........................4 S I
,f ;
,\ manner of disagreeable and o'
4 V .. on gazing on the {gloom and cloud, revolting 1 sfte
tp.I Postponement Inevitable."If matter including disease germs and I FAMILY GROCERIES o
I while there bpo.u tiful then'
are more objects : contentedly breathe Charlotte
yob husbun' beats yob, mabbe o
f before us? Look out from the yoh kin hab him sent to de whlppln Perkins Oilman in Good Housekeep L: A. WILSONMANUJACTUKKB Ir

pea'," said Mrs. Potomac Jackson."If ing. I
Food Products "
\ if
Fancy
1 I troubled, perhaps tear-burned self, my husban' ever beats me" said !: OK

Y on the flowers that bloom the birds Mrs. Tolliver Grapevine "dey kin send Doctor and Celibacy. tt o o '"
There was once a time when doctors
;$ that sing, the stars that laugh in the him to de whlppln' pos' if dey wants were doomed to celibacy. It was at the Boots and Shoes o Grain and Provisions. K io
to, but dey'll have to walt till he gits '.
K y skies, the wonderful, inspiring beauties out'n de hospital."-Washington Star. conclusion of the mediaeval period, Repairing In All Kinds of Leather 0
when medicine was In the bands of the 4 'w
of the wonderful unl"l'rsel-To.l.! Editor Declines To Be Decorated.St. monks. la France the habit of celibacy GoodeNeatlyone| | JEFFERSON' BLOCK '

'r lahassee True Democrat. Louis. March 2.-Edward I* Pre- persisted long after the practice of o 'i'

T. =_ orlous, editor of the Westllch Poet medicine had passed Into lay bands. I Indian Tanned Buckskin | West Palm Beach Florida
For two or three centuries the doctors ,
", At the birthday celebration of the hu declined the decoration of chan protested but in vain. The matter was o -t-tgoa ONoklotloiaotsoi,05eolso7.oisoro5aoter ,
and Horsehide Shoes
r' cellor of the Royal Order of Red Eagle 0I '
It' late Gen. U. S. Grant, by the Union formally tendered by the Imperial finally laid before tbe pope and toward No7aoSSOleo7eoiaoioUol oi.otso
the: end of the fifteenth
century the FEET ,
Club of Senator German commissioner Dr. Theodore FOR TENDER
League,; Brooklyn, row was abolished.

_ John W. Daniel, of Virginia, was the William.Lewald.The-Westllch on behalf of Post Emperor" Olive St, North of New_ Jefferson Blo

v guest of honor. "Tbe Return of the mentions that Mr. Pretorius has briefly declined "I think Two" said Point an-of exasperated View old Filest I Prirytiryf'THE\ TROPICAL[ s. N

t Flags" wii8 the subject of this toast.f the decoration with thanks. In deacon as be slowly elevated himself DepartmentCITY
the absence of Mr. Working Night and Day. '
Pretorius no explanation from the pavement to a perpendicular, ,,
f, lie expressed hearty appreciation of la obtainable. "the full grown man who throws an The busiest and mightiest little thing

the act, and sold it was worthy of a orange peel on the sidewalk is i no that ever was made Is Dr. King' New

Death Beats Pardon 2hrtetlan." "Well," said a bystander, Life Pills. These pills change weak- MEAT MARKET \
"I too American
great; people. am an
rittsburg. Pa., March 2.-Death wona "what do you think"of an orange peel ness into strength, listlessness Into
l'' citizen Senator Daniel said race with Justice here the goal that throwrf a full grown man on the energy brain-fag Into mental power. Florida said! Western Meats Poultry, (Game' and Eggs., .f\t
B,
"nnd am proud to be with you to- being at the Riverside penitentiary sidewalk 1" They're wonderful In building up the Mail Orders Receive Careful Attention ", ,,v ; 1: ." 't.
where James Martin,
a prisoner
e'' ''p night.; I would sooner trust ray honor doing Jnvtlfled."I health. Only 25o per box. Sold by all
seven ;years oa an unjust sentence of Jefferbon Block WEST PALM 'EACH'
wish they'd Invent a new druggists.
expression
t \ to'borne soldier who fought against burglary; led< ol consumption. Martin "
$ occasionally said Top as he perusal -
t me tban.to some theorist wbo stoodin some time ago convinced the judge tbe account of a recent wedding. .
I ; i ''who sentenced him that he
had not :
'Itrs always 'the blushing! bride." Uo' to R. B.: Porter, Olive for: .
the background. I don't suppose committed' the crime and application I wish tT>Inform everv twrson within one' 1 street
"Well, replied Mrs. Top "when
you hnudradmile.ot West 1'alm Itosch that I .
you want me to di cu8& tbeqoestiona had been made by toe courts of potter consider what sort of husbands most nm here to repair your wstchenelneksaadJewelryto the famous Hertford ,Ures., ; I

I tbat divided us, and as I brought no county for a pardon whIch would ,: girls have to marry you can't wonder ..-. and at your Iou ""U ogeewith you( anything"""Iale.youI or.yeIC1. Jmoy > .
have arrived In a few days' time.French at their blushing." want Inmy Itn. am not a winter :
<'""an"nl' resident a (
,1.ltorb"l P propertr
a
t i mlcrolcnpewith me tonight; I don'tbelieve owner In 1),41., t.o? and perfectly ra. t y FOR SAIiR :
Steamer Runs Ashore. After the Consultation. i pnimlble" for any builnen you nuw haveto .
ft I could find them if I wanted Iransaatwithme Watehe.and.wehj '"
"Well, Drs. Brown and Smith ? J
New York March 2.-The French are In needotrepairingmayI.arnibyrnglaor' *
to. Gentlemen it's all over-all fin ,...... I will examine and! '
to re.
y going operate upon old Octroi. ed mail or exp ,o yt f \
line steamer Ono Mule
LaBretagne outbound for port oust by return mall-If the price i. not e % al; lisa oo \\f.;
'ished. You have a. Union League Havre Is aground in the main ship "Is the operation necessary?" SiatUfiKStcrv:: y..i can .order the inxuU returnuiL .- ', One Mule stApply $75V0
"Why yes; Brown has a note coming ,wltnonl eharg e Ihavehail twea.tr ..
here but there ia channel near the southwest spit New veare experience H>me of the beat '' ; '
Club not ,
; a familyof due and Smith wants sn automobile. hmiiee In New ;. kw and naIUmun-.ix d toWALLACE '
York harbor. After coming to a atop R. MOSES, 'f""
+ r American people under your flag the IA Bretagn displayed a signal Indicating -Puck. ettn I :f'1 Cnwbi Watchmaker Co: ,Jacksonville.and upiirtualur Agent Woodlswn Cemetery ';; ;,',

( or any other flag which h not a Union that aha was not under con Tbe ....k. ance These that factaoocht" I nnileretand to "imflloiAnt my bnvlneaa: aamir andI 44.,,,
trol. The vessel WM Aground only a "Say waiter, this guarsntes.stiafaolionin every 0"'". ""
must
plate be
i i ):.ea ue. One Hag one heart, bus Kodol ;:3
.WALKER EXPERT. WATCtmAKER AND OPTICIAN Dyspepsia Cure
E.
short tIme. She got free by power of cracked; the table lit wet. "- .
F- i k hand, one nation forevermore 1" bar own engines at 13:13. "No sir; there's a leek In the soup" Jefferson Block West 'Palm Beach ,- Digests) what you eat ti ..... .-

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U" ot i IIni'C&4Isal'o.ing./ .alil tnt Ita W rth _
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trials$ Attorney\,Rap4-Ti"dt: : !Untamed. JiU, [ Taffeta .: Ribbon .. :
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U ,, er Uoff ;,to"-tli.. ".Jury 'remained
,' the* case:wenJ toUUeJUry>' \ for'a verdictWardqn \ If:, you, have I the CA :?H. we will sell youanything.yoi : All Colors "

W', nn. :, of the Tombs prison, "
ti, salt' todayatht 1I she W"..".,"w9n.derf.uUyBtatiMneni !. r : ,: *. want, cheaper than any .. .
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Note 1
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't11. .' BRJtNNING BROS
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of the finestEnglish

''I LADIES' OUtFIttERS; ; ;
k r Breakfast Tea. '
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are, r11' /

< i t ey.. 'The,English} 'people are RANKS on this pal tlcular tea, and no one baa .

/ <) 4 0.bcf nfttund, ubl,to turn that CRANK from the home-remIDd\Dg\ ;' of
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Breakfast Tea.
English
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a : I't'was Grower iu heaved their and the "
ftrwt by ancestor .:IMzebub, was
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f PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
jet talgChRlarqu:" lrRte..gfapp1'an4vaq I'only: f HCOII"ESTATE thipj (of f value the poor, Devils: ,were able to save when they fell from. _
their .
to. ,&q... Q.J llel fOUf$ .r9'Q' } ome i >' LAW.C.'O.OllILLINGWOltTIl__
J. time b9tdro eJws'ca1te&fpt:,"I '-,.:1I )j k EWe har%t tea from CHINA out of our solitary original chest, for Twenty-
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I .Tb&1oA.o't ct>utt-waa.opauad. five ,
centqa'pound.: ,
1 ..as Llba 'el4iJQkLIW4 DofJnlJllu.tlat.1t1. : ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR I

I : iP3$9$$; rPP'l; ; 9q., ;\':charg4] ;! 9.j.urJt : .I! ,. "'"
# -,. ., Lipton's any: .brand! .. ,; > BO to 60 cents; a pound West Palm Beach Fla. .
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; eta: ,' ... Prttctlr lXlellert,; "egatill"tpa! b04J.,9 "Mckba and:<< ?Java Coffee,' v 'in cans,',25o a lb.;bulk 20o. alb n ISO. G. CUltHIE Q
the court : ,
i rooutrhaFd,b.ell, eAomL Jf '' '
\; I in advance and'It! 'seeded' aJfavfcrfel it ever; NC'I. 14 Rio Coffee, .. 15 cts a;lb., 2 Ibs for 25 cts Attorney and Couaaollor-at-Lavr Old fashioned ideas gradually' give place to the new. Men' need

'P/ "- nab "-4'.tllei'privilege..a.ccOl'4'i A (Good ; ':'*'*''" WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA to carry great bags of money around with them to pay their,bills, _
Strong black mixed 25 cts alb
i ,;::: y"'I ed, aa there was hardly an Inch of: Tea green or TT P. UUANNINO, and smart thieves frequently relieved them of their cash Today,

.i 1', room to pare long Before tbe pteonernd. Royal I Baking Powder .",, 40ctai, PI I ib.,%.Ib 20 ctalolidtLuoklakioj the wise business man deposits bis money in an institution like, {f

-t'' j '" \(;ulrln uW$ 3Ilk r .tlginnln tuol$ hw.peat 1i) .besl4 Charge. her tai I l.t (P der)tt ). \Y ".' ...: 3:cans! ,25 cts Attorney and sellol'-t-Law. The Dade County State Bank, West Palm Beach Florida.. He'
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\ \!\I R(q jury Recorder doff saidIn part: II II1 14 tbs Supar; .. 10. I ., 1 IN, r .r" ,v.. }.1; .* f 1.00, I WEST(omc.PALM ore Bank BEACH, FLA pays by check and avoids the risk of theft. Are you still sticking,

! "This case baa nothing extraordinary'\. ( to the old way ?
\1 'in It. So tar as the testimony goes, Oat Meal ':RPM threeIbpackages, 25c Q.EO. M. ROBBINS,
wo persons most spoken of during the 'w. -.
, Rice 5oalb., SGJbs $1.00 Attorney! and Counaalor-at-Laiv.
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entire: proceedlnga' ,", ,the deceased, a
J Will State and Federal. Court,, Geo. S. Hacker & Son
!, man by- the name ot: Young a racetrack ,White,Beans 10c( quart practice
'man, taxi this defendant live TITUSVILLB. FLA. Get Laneto

I with him aa ,his mistress. The man's Purtr Glycerine Soap 5 cents I., BUSTCALF U :

< s this man Young, had nothing In It I to I ,ATTORNtY-AT-LAW..
)1"t. excite,your pamMona\ or your prejui-'- CabbageArmour's ,1 2c a )Ib NOTARY PUBLIC. Gas Engine
' U. 8. COMMISSIONER
't ri dices. .fie* was a mere I gambler, a : .Breakfast Bacopi IGc a lbIBcalb Win praotlooln' County,dial ud t e \ track : Court, ,
race man. Therefore you, should"toe" i Repairing
, ''able:to"';oiwtdertb.--tacts, catpily Star liam LAND CASES A SPECIALTY.OtacetnTRortcAL Sen Block..

, without' ''There prejudice la no,artUlela.l.atmospher/t and passion. for- White Bacon ,. :." 1'LJ f
"j"' .. '" '", J. LEW lb.,
1\ you to be exlcted or distracted by, ,Very Beet Block Butter. :' 35e a Ib A..
I '.' .trt bi. ,'\y"1 1 "
You, must decide the circumstance; ") -' AT10RNEY AT-LAW IE. M. BREL8FOKD
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d! without any thought, o( the Atmosphere Pure Extracts, lemon, vanilla, strawberry. .: .\I'I\ .3 for 25c anti NOTARY PUBLIC. u
i t calmly and with a quiet' mind. I 'I.' ',\.'':::t;{"'*'''''' Agent the U. S.Fidelity at Oinranty Co ,el Real EstatePALM
r ""Ot course; gentlemen..you,must not I Table Peaches. ,-" I i ,'. .' .,. J.O. 15;, and 25c a can at corner.BaltlmorvMd.Office of Clematis! Avenue. and Nar- MANUFACTUJLERSOBDoors } .
Basil
1 think that because of the humble position Pure Tar,Soap '" '-', :1 '" "< ', 5 cents cleen Street, over Potter' bicycle .tore, BEACH. FLAootary ,
1 o( this woman you should not, (' 1-4-100J.: WEST PALM BEACH, Public. Colleges Ren Blinds, MouldingsAND ,'
, 'give her the same consideration as if I Pet Cream. h* 3 for 25c..,,case of 4 dozen f 3.80 SURGICAL --

she.occupied a more exalted position' Dime Milk' .. '3 for"250.., "' 3.75 MEDICAL AND Office,South FolncUna Hotel Building Material

In society, Whatever her position .' ,.,'0,11 TT O. HOOD, M. D.
she Is entitled to the same-legal rights Dried Chipped Beef v 2 for 150 CHARLESTON, S.. C.r" .

as;,the most prominent, and moat, con i .' PHY8ICIW AND SUKQEOH Largest Factory South.
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Potted Ham G for 25c .
spicuous.: If there''be a reasonable Office, over Potter bicycle etore. WEST Send for Prices..

; doubt In ,this case on the evidence, Baked:Beans wi Tomato,, Sauce this .doubt must be thrown. Into the ,rt
balance for the defendant. A' danger Raker's Chocolate' :; 1 l ';i'' ," ,,,'j'< : 20o a blockl1u1ler' T> B. POTTKU.: M. D.. tiI1M '
.' lies, in the remarks of counsel which ,; 1 Louisville'&I.NashyilleHai1.road
[ Chocolate, : block
j h .' 20c n 8-88-98: WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.
might take:, your mind oft the direct tI: '(. ',.,''1'' U
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"ttillue\ You elustavold, this 'danger. ", Cocoa .. .. .;"t: '" ,', 20c a. can DENTAL
'The recorder described the two .de
Malay Oil will cure rheumatism and,all aclies and pains.l It is r> II. MACY
green of murder,,and,,manslaughter} ,, In in v*, l ). .Fastest Time Finest Servin,
the first and. second degrees which wonderful results 25 and 50c bottles. DENTIST .

; he said, he apprehended. the request 10 Good -ctlntCIKBrs .." ."u.......M. ,., ., ...... for 25 cents Office la Jefferson Block. To Birmingham Mempbls Nashville, i
"to*'' charade. ,waa tpougbt.by ,counsel. .tb WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA Louisville,Cincinnati, St. t
''' 'macappllcableto"the i:....", 0 packages Cheroota 25 cents ,
F J. E., -IDDY Loni .Chicago
\ 'When .thevatter;:: OA Jurjt left ..the r p\u. :
court room' they did' not gd to-lunch 6 Duke's Mixture. Oft .J "j. t 25 cents Dentist and alii points,North and,WeatinB y

eon but,went;. directly| ,the jury! room 6 Sensation 'r'F I 25 cents ,Offiao First. door west of Dad County State >?ROVED'METBODSare '
toe lp deliberayopa. .<1 It '..'V Bank Through;Pullman Sleepers
3 Seal of,North Carol' .ia,; SSrents WEST PALM BRACH, FLOBDA adopted by, us as soon as their with. ,
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Miileadinp'Adv.rtla.ments.ww value is established. Unexcelled' Dining Car'Serrlce.
,. 25 cents firmly
& Conn,-M'ay'a ACtion'hse' OulIoneat-LougCut, \ ; ,
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t ;I ,,bee>hbroughGbythe; state o( ConnacU- 8 Lucky Strike. .a- """M" .s. 25 cents In performance of our duties as OFFICIAL ROUTE
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.,. / T. J. CAMPBELLJamUpToNow ,
? cut ,through Attorney ,General King 't >I" Undertakers and Embalmers all to Kansas City to the
: ost. tU,j>>iultall Life 'Assurancetiocstyid Pure Insect Powder, if f it does not rogreier.the insects c&mg,and ,get Southern. Baptist.Convention '.'

| 1the.United State* 'and the 'your money back., It Is quoted 286 at wholesale-, We-will sell modern aids approved by science or 1 to be held May: 10-1 7 tb. j,r-- h

?'Mutual Life .uranfie,of New York, you one pound., for 25 cents ; in ten pound lots 21 cents good taste are in. use, and we. haveno One Fare Rate plus- 50 cents for

;alleging companies'J(hat nubllshed: .advertlsgments early In the of pres, the Eddy'0 Bill\ Blueing' cents BlUACKSMITHINQ HORSE hesitation in claiming. that we can the Round Trip *r'

nt year.in ,a Hartford newspaper. do ? give: the best service at the most reasonable Stop-over op these tickets permitted ... .
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not r wr.elllOnliWl1b. lae: ,last verified 23 lots of Orange Vegetable Land, In 5-acre tracts, situated at Cocoa? SHOEING, GENERAL cost. at 8t..Loni and Mammoth Cave.. t j

statement bradejyth6)) companylea to (I'";( nut Oro,... Florida, the most prosperous fruit and vegetable. growing; REPAIRING AND, For clasping oarre.ervatlon.maps, folder ,!.'(
the luur&n rata. and full Inform.tln.call on or write
lEO K HEKR1NO. Fla. PaM. Agent200Ws.uhiy$5.Jnckeoavllla
,The penalty of, |SOp >prt>vld8d. by ,the 2d. lots elf land, 100 feet front on Ocean1 and 100 feet on River' x 1320 feet PA1NTUICHWAGONS ; J. B. McGINLEY 1 lorida
statute IB sued for IB each'actlon. ,
(500 lot
de.-r a f9

,; 'Governor Not' Celled on. These, lots are on the ITHIsboro" river, front on both banks,.aili,have a : BUILT TO ORDER Palms Corner.. Ono Minute Cough Corefor '1

':'Springfield, May 3.Up to noon to! mngniflopnt Ocean front They are 23 miles south of the Royal Polo- Cough Cold and Croup.
"day Governor Deneen had received: no ciflna Hotel. If yon are lookipg; for a safe Jnveatment: that,"will ,yield t a-.tli Ave.We, .t. rod; Open day and night.! !

< request from Mayor Dunne' or tbe, five l hundred per cent in a few years! now is the time to snap,,up this -- v b1r
Coohr*bountt authorities to Bend state Write for In the real'' estate line.
bargain. ,u* anything loa waqti We
"troopsto11 frMGigo'td'alit hi''protectlncproperty' I 'DYSPEPSIA CURE
cap! pnttyni{ ar,.(n>njntnlnp( ,otftef{ In tbe ,
., ,_ Ik.lar..tee.dllIU .u.. .S .. 'S. H ..J BUBKHABDT ,COMPANY
,; :: : '' DIGESTS,WHAT'YOU EAT '"' '

"Ko request has come from Chicago. Drawer I> Palm, Beach,.Florida 1' 0,: ,; .no..OO"-lllon.21t"J.- .ata. ........M.**JT. .__, U..
QtJ=WptIIIIi: ., QoveFllor Jleueen:: f ,r" ,(gjt9-:Wei will not sell to dealers.sWe t t 1 MM..i) *iur A*.**. Mea iojr**>. A. r
t fui''.t&te..U'OCI'1II the .
an .
requests madq!( ,
t/tTigo! .. ..t't-A-wUftMuMteil::; on at. .*oaoe.. 4"Vf t) will" poBiti- felysa ve' you. ;2C'cents on every dollar spent,for,. ,Grocer lea. Ut S.; c., UeWITT V COMPAJTV CBla.t.GQ.;),; HJU. I'.l!



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N $! ',; AGE FOUT] ; 'r'IuC 'rRoi'tcAr. {u N. ,%"I t L Pvtvt VAOtr: t ftaatDA, SATURDAY: ; "MA? 0.' was X, ; ;:, I, ;, / ,:.

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? TRANSPOSED4PCEA." Bilious lull was getting bloated, -""tS: Doesn't,Respect Old ,Age 1 i r-

> HIS And Patent bit"tonics"tongue: was wouldn't tfcucbiy cure coated.him It's ibatoefnl when y'onth'' fails to show Florida sttCoastRai; W
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Companies! would not Insure him '1 proper respect for old age; but 'just the Y.
8 c All his friend were badly frightened i contrary In the cave of Dr. King's New", .
Life Pills They cut off maladies, to
their :
But spirits soon were lightened
For Bill said--and they believed him,' matter how severe: and irrespective of local Time dud No. '62. Ia fried JpriI11 1"5.nllfJ
:t : : Early Klaer Pill relieved him. old age. Dyspepsia, $jaundice, fever, .
I constipation all yield to this perfect pill. M
famous "
The little Riser
pill, "Barly ,
*5c, at all druggists; .loulID-a. Dow*. IOI1MU..-IIUO up
cure constipation, sick headache, biliousness
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V I1c1a etc.,.by their tonic effect on _
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1 AaD ... n MK?*. act MDalrf.
\ the liver. atATIONeI1.pp
They never gripe or sicken *!... *..+ >* IN Sat ..w'' tray .
: but impart early rising, energy. Good Pricw on Broadway and on Nasa Dads. ,
for children or ad u ltd. Sold by A. O but f" L" ..w.__ ; 4MO
I RlrR I. street are notoriously at variance 1"1" .... ..' .J..k.oavaur..r' s.." t 19 a
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i1 '_ the' .taIQ. sometime'placed'on a well ."E la -, N ,..-tae raw 4.

a' al t I iIIUn 'Y ,,, Some ot witt'a. .......... known,business name Is even more pre ., ',I0 p I 1100?.., .t.. was L&t.k... ,., .... i i MaMa* 411f'ffl
1 Swift's "Kulun. aDd Directions For tentious. Jones ha. a watch that rru .
-: 1 u. 1i' ........__ Lv 43.0 es :.. +t tQ
Rervauti" quoted'in What to'Eat carried by hi father-a costly gold
are 00 1"1'11' Lr r---.tlnta ...,.... At a ,.
a8 an evidence that the servant of the timepiece that la It* prime was one to
be decided IMP 'oop Ae _,..nron YaMO. L1 \' Sl pIIs
I seventeen century did not differ materially be proud of.' The other day .10p 100 a, Lv __......_..-, At *UD T5a y
a ; from the modern American artlcl '- to have It "restored," and naturally '

? .*. Among these roles are the following took It to a welh known Broadway J 10 P p M U 4T M p p 1.VOS ;; i-aoca.......,- I _; 10".. C *Ma 11

J : "SCrape the bottom ot your tore.. 110 p 1H III..r+.-.. na Oon4n....,,... ..
pot with a silver spoon, for fear of "Ill bate to look ,It o"ut" the clerk: Ctt atp Ormosar.-.r. 1 tr 00010 S a/t$$
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111
10110' wt..Ds71o5 KI
giving them a taste cf Copper." "Writ. told .Jones t wbfn the latter modeatly 0\0, p IUFaOroDg.: ._ .. *
b bt t your name and your sweetheart' with asked the cost of putting the -watch la va ss II to arxewNsyrsO ...... to g >0 M

the smoke of a candle on the root of good running order. "Leave it and comeback 19 Me s.. .-.....Xke Helen. ,,- WMpItMp ( Up 0 ,1 }' +
t i t 1 ." tomorrow." 10aes I. ,. ...Orens.Oltyr" $54 '. ,
kitchen to show yourlearning.
the ,, .i: 10 41 aMP 00pop .; 0iaoan i OUT Jess doa. -. w UIMPMP /u] j jE
1 "Whoever come to call on your mas- .Jones did so, and 'caught hi. breathas 1
+ I or'mistress when they 'are abroad the clerk remarked that it would e !lap Lv ,-,,...>rew gmrramr L,0 \' 0 M*
\ ter y-d 10*0p 01 ...,...souk JfLL. ,. : IMP 100 ,
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never'' burden your memory with< 'the cost ex.ctlv: $28.00 for repair Then Q 10 MpUMp a Ar ? r .r-.TitwWe--- 1 N a.
\ Indeed have he took'hl8 watch,, and fled. At noon t
person' name for, you 110 Ar .. a.ntblA---.Li MM a.
: too many other things to remember." on the asme day he took hU watch to 05 10 Majortp Ly ., ..,.......f0r04., 110. e
"When cut broad for toast do not a little shop on Nassau street.. ', i4
you (1gy
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.res. 9 ,1.
stand Idly watching;, but lay It on'the "It just needs a new mainspring and I p soLN :- I M Ma ?
mind other.bnslne? a cleaning," he wa told. "That cost uap 4up r-----nookl f 0 p !10
coals and your tip ... B.nG.lt.s.-.r 11 MaIt leib
I you 92.60."-New York'Pout _.' UMa, O MP .,-Molkerme- ... MaJSMa Ia arta *? r
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t A Runaway Bicycle I i !e Ir' ,,.,rr-.M.. .tta. .w 10> aMMa 1101 '
I (lit'lit'I Tim Tried an-t Merit roven. gA, 1u al /41 _?...pert IMoro- w U N1is
t 108 Tie a 1
Terminated with an ngly cut on the ? lisp
\ One Minute!! Cough; Curt ,lit. right, on f u a t 1! _ades- MaMa
leg of J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove 111. we 138aOta C 1r ,Jma w ills r (v
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It developed a stubborn ulcer unyieldingto time when it' comes to c:>irlnr coughs: tis B": art- It aMa 1MMP 1 19J

,, doctors and remedies for four years. croup whooping cough, etc It in per- Ola8Ta 014 s_s..no.W..pl.Boomed..... .. I Me U MPUP .
Then Bocklen's Arnica Salve cured. It fectlv harmless, plesgant to take and Is .IU 40 a 111. .-wwllhdm. N..ok..,.,,,. .. I' 4a CU 4 4a
r I is just as good 1 for burns scald., eruptions the children's favoi ite cough syrup Sold. : Il.. 010 p :1.-.sBorna.,.r.. '''Ma'Ma OD
s 4 49. sp {
: and piles 350 at all druggists. hy A. Riegel", MP ', :D.lroyw.
1 a : 17 ait 10 m p --n.: nI____ i MaMa I
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"Can )O.r h.lp a pore man who'. got a sick I }, child at home and six small Mats N*. tl Ma,1Ns. 1 "N. .,. NA ... .
.' wlv1" EsSraSMdey s S.Ma Daily MaypoataaNOMy u aeadq ..... "Wr,,
? ; Oah7 flat*. E*S.J. ..g1. pnh. flag tUilirN

'l 1//!,' I. "i'' ; e JJt /1 1ar 1f e MP !O'0' ; MaMa.- 00 lilLy __lMk niTUV> I" l M .u 34 a as550p4151 .
\ Dmastroua. Wrecks. | Not a Sick Day Sine. J MPMp MaMa afc jo it p( fpPENBgClAl
Wte1 ,= u :: : "
I 0p Mp 1up100u a */-_ Z- Mp aup :
: t \ i{ ai t railway wreck and the came cause ney trouble. I tried all sorts of medicines f loop _.___Yaypers .. e" M n.. d u C U P
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r l. are making human wrecks of sufferer none of which relieved me. Oue '
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\;. .; II from throat and lung troubles. But sine ej day I saw an ad. of your Electric Bitters :m> QCCmtOTAl SRJJlqJp C8RftEC11 s.At-mIL'

j ,f;' the advent of Dr. King's New Discover and determined to try that. After takinga cyry ... .......- .
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.'!\\i i for Consumption, Coughs and Colds even few doses I felt relieved and soon there- '. '
.':Z,. ,: ',' the worse cases can be cured and hopeless after was entirely cured and not been dot* CoasctUa Mate at Miami wtt Steaaoklpr eSibli r S 00.-s.yscal: ly

II t ;;) resignation is no longer necessary lick a day since. Neighbors of mine have -
it A' ) a Mrs. Lois CrBgg. of Dorchester, Mass been cured of rheumatism, neuralgia: HAVANA AND KEYr.WES1:
: ; ;i Is one of many whose life was saved by liver and kinder troubles and general I

:: Dr. King's/: New Discovery. This great debility.! This (111. what B. F. Bass, of ft_ Tim. >> ... .... .
......,u Beszp.u .aW adt'ft8.' .....
Premo nt N. C., writes. Only at groin u.........Tablss rngt $ u
1 j remedy is guaranteed for all throat and 500 .. d.pmar" ..._..... Y aSS
:i' lang diseases by all druggists. Price, all druggists. walwamp.aywabwlwpewkleetaydYg' MQ'.0' ; \,'

:l\ Socand $1.00. Trial t.bottles free. '.

\ Ta Copy *t,rI.OCAL TOOB CARD* Otto Iatatiin Su,. VISS
'{ \ Tfe Main Who Loves Word .*.....'. Moneter Clarars.; "SEE a
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TICKET AGENT. !
"Other folks of course, have their! One of the curiosities of Burma Is a .. 1 .
t. poor pleasures" writes Richard Le Qa cigar' of monstrous and alarming appearance J. D. RAHNBR. Art. 0..' Pmaa. Aft..AT. AUQU5TIMB,'.lu.S'outhern '

,.j. t Benne in Harper's Magazine,' "but for which every one smokes from '

;a R: a man who loves words no joy the an early age. "The indigenous article Between ,.
/ I' world can give equals for him the happiness Is a monster eight Inches long" writes Tri-Weekly Sailings "

1"r r :If.i of having achieved a fine passage V. C. Scott O'Connor In his book The JACKSONVILLE NEW YORK R<u iy ,
or a perfect line. When Thaclc Silken East." "It 'conslBta of chopped "

t ; Bray struck his' flat on the table as wood tobacco molasses and various Calling Charleston a.c., both ...y..
f I 3E'; the" story goes when he had finished herbs wrapped In the silver white skin t 'THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS HI THK COASTWISE SEETICEw EFFECnVB JANUARY ii..o.. ,'r, ;
11 the of Coloner Newcome's death of bamboo. So wide la diameter Is it
scene a Throe 'eattha1. Trains 11aat Jo,34 NoJO North and Weet No 13 No. S :::: J
t and exclaimed, 'By God, this Is genius that It completely; fills up the mouthof THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES : I
{ there was no :empire he ;would have a<- any young damsel who tree to v jac ..oaIle.,,,r So Ry 11 lOp 7 ySR, r ac ma. e, WI.....$0 R7 7 4sP Ws ?? ,,
u 5 Lv leamp.-... fie Ry Snip n lo Lv Oa.-.bo Ry m 11 155 .. ,1
I, 34n 'op. Jeasop 30 ? ?
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,\ cepted in exchange for that moment smoke It For presentation purposesthis Direct Service Betweet.JACKSONVILLE. Le aBttvan..b ,,,,,,, N Ry a Sip t ra i5u? Ar.eon.. Ga...?,,, ,. .. o Ry 3 eon 3 40p ?dAr
I tfl We often hear that your true artist it. long cheroot is .often wrapped atone BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE, Columbl.. ,,,,,?. 8o Ry lap Slap Coo... Ar Atlanta. .......... Ry 3 ... "/p ., I .
\ never satisfied with his work, his Ideal end In a coat of purple or gold I t AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. ArCharlotte....,..... Bo Ry 1 tas 10 e" us,. Ar Rome. Ga./.,. ...5O Ry 7 3u 1 gip..? "

$ t 1 escapes him, the word seem poor and paper. It accumulates a formidable Calling at Charleston both way ArDanvill.bo,_,. 80Ry 545.11 'firs.. Arch.ttquoos<.'T.? geRy,143.Lulap ""l '

f'' lifeless, etc., compared with the dream. mass of fire at the lighted end and requires 8EMI.WKKKI.Y BAIUNGI. ArClncins dOhio.C 5 soT141 .. j I,
) I Southbound .. From Le"II'harf, Boston AtRiabmo.d.,.. .?.., .,BoRy I 641 ",
Whoever started that knew skill In the smoking. But
story some :
1, very LvC neInnal 4h 1 eop 1 a ..? ,
\. r i," little about the literary temperament the Burman Infant acquires this skill Northbound From foot of Catherine, Street, Jacksonville Ar L>nehhu,' ......So Rya54n 4111.5_ sOp,. Ar_ c ,../ FourI roe I 1 pAr

H( or he would have known that the words before he can walk and while be la ..... .._ CharloUevllle ...8o Rv 4I0. inn 3 lopL.. .danrti;OhtoP. 133 101. ....., ,
Iii .t ArW.rbingto..SokyO15. 945. 0aOp ArChingolli........ P.Unr roe a ....
!II: i!>. are the dream. The dream does not till at the breast. No one thinks of Ar Bultlmore.,.,,, .,..P R R ii Oa 1s. aoa 11 lap?,. r' r arc un a e 45D .,. .
) exist even a* a dream or only very Imperfectly smoking such a cigar through. Two or CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE Ar Woes Philadelphl.Pan l,50 t 4510 a 35.,. Ar Chia Iii .. C H A D a lap.
Ar New York. .........l R R la .
::11' 1.I. I: till It is set down in words. three long puffs the lips of the smoker t r C aoinut O H D 9 ?, '
I i Between Jacksonville and 3anford. Na 34"New York and Florid. Ar Tolad0. Ohio ?. C H A D / ,'
the circle of the R
; Tea the words are the dream. thrust out to meet Pullman Drswug Room s. D.IIy At Detroit, Mica.?,,..,, PY 7 45104$ .::
; cigar and It Is put down pr passed onto at Astor St. Francis Beresford DeLsna and elaeplag Tampa
I, Stopping .Palatka. ( ) and Jadratnvtlle to New York. Ii Cindhost4 Oi io. a ne.
;, -, Everything In the printing line at some good fellow sitting t:;." \ IDtenr.e lt. Landing on the St. Joins River Pa..P.Unn 1S 00...... '-
.-' : i The Tropical Sun. and all work ne'r No .W.ehID..ton sad Plorid. LI..It Lci; nut Oh .B g Foer q3010 eon ?,.,
I Steamer Citv of Jacksonville'appointed : DoIlly Pullman Druwior Room HI..pluc t 0, t, ArC1e.el.adOhlo..Bl Fora ,..,
i I cuted In the. verrneatest and latcs Hot Weather Piles. Jacksonville to New York. +!
'l to Mil as follows:-Leave Jacksonville, Sundays Tueidava and Thundsys 8:00: p.m :Lesoe,Ey..... Ry Sop S 105 ..?..
(i' ; style of the art. afflicted with should "' Ar]sou Ile, Ky.w, lORy S cop / Wa ....-
.. ,t ij, l .,'. Persons piles be Returning leave 5anlord,Monday,Wedneadays and//tua"a at 9:80: a. m. f No. 3-"Sothern'. Palm :Limited.' VIbul. Ar at Louts ..... ...,.. hOR m / 1110. ,. '
careful al this season of the year. Hot tr..I.. ".lImun Drawingitomn. Comport- An.Laton.Ass..... ..Ry 940. gas .
+ 4 r ( II Tamil Be Glut to Know Tkl weather and bad drinking water contribute Southbound Schedule. Northbound Cars moot.CIubCmnpo.IteGbmrv.Uoe; Btrmtnihem, Ala??.So Ry II 4.0 Sue ....?
The lucidity of this statement, mad to the conditions which make piles Read down. Read ap. New between York 8' Augustine, JnekmnvWe and Ar Memphis. T..a..Friaro 1 ap" t

;s, lis d j t by a medical journal, will appeal to al more painful and dangerous. DeWitt's Leave Jjopm ..... .. ........... .... JACK8QNVILLK ... ..... ..... .........ArriveS .. an Ar K.nma Clty Mo..Fr a.o 040.
l'' hurried readers "Further: evidence of Witch Hazel Salve stops the pain, draws .. a 45 PDt. ..,I....... ..i.. ...:'........ PALATKA.: ...... ...." .......... .......L aveS oopn Hot etemphl. Tea., 13op ,
I' : : out the soreness and cures. Get the genuine 1 ooam ............. .................. ASTOR ..... .......".........?..... a jopra Through :1".Laud 01 the Sky"jNo./ E pring. ;

the complex character of toxins waa&leo' bearing the name of E. C. DeWItt .. 4 y">em..I..P't.; FRANCIS.......... ................ a loops Lv J.ekso.ville..... ......._.So It, No t'-"The Florid. Limited" Daily. Solid vGa. l
furnished by the studies of baemolysins & Co. Sold by A. G. Riegel. ". _. .. .. ... ........ .....BKKB3FORD (DmtAND)................ ... loopm Lv 8.vanoh. .. ...,.... Ry .?"" Vestibule trM., through day cache and Pull-

i y and bacteriolyslna which had Arrive! 30 a.... ?..... .......................'.SANP.>RD .....\..?........ ............ ,", 9 jeam Ar Colombl..S. C.::::..?..110 Ry CI aoa .. 'y-". sleeping arJacksonviletoUndsud.
I their origin In the union of an ambo- "n e Cmrloua Llmpeta. .. 10,00 .m.ENTERPRISE................................... 1O OOam AI'Ar Hot Arhville 8prln.N..C.N..C.............?....80.8o Ry .. SOP ..._,....... NG.II-.......It.Drawing, Room 91eepIns I Car i
J, r ceptor and complement and were analogous The limpets are a curious kind of Ar Knovinq Te..".......... 80 Ry CI 37P _..... between ............vUl.. Birmingkam. Mttlllpbi. h
cop
l; to toxins, the amboceptor representing ; shellfish. They resemble the abalones General Passenger and Ticket Office 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonvllla Ap Loul..UI.....,..... mj.80, Ry. 8 ga ..""... and Kaa..Clay. :,
Ar St Ioul....?.................80 11., S6P .
: the> haptophore and the complement in their habits. The interior is made Arinclu.ltlOhio......... A C 8 .=....s... t
I, F.M. IRONMONGER: Jr., Au't Oen.ll....Age m Wait Bay 8&.0111'01111"1... tya ? .... 1101'01
the toxophore group. of the most brilliant colors bronze and W, t+. COOPER, Jr. Freight A.'., U. P..,LOVKLI, Sept? No. 3o-Dully Pullman Dr.wiac-Roo.. and vntibuletrnePullmwDrawing Room C... /
-- .. -. -- Iridescent hues predominating. Theyare boot of Hogan street, J.o...nville Florida Surd. .aleeplDIC Car between Jacksonville and be'"ee..t. AUlllUltI". "......onvl1l.. CI"ai. "I+
A. O. HAC4BRTY. Oenn Recta Pus Aa-t. Mew Yolk. CLYDE MILNK N. TXHKO CI..aDAU" Cleveland'
aaU. Cblc.1OI De'ro"
"' and 8t. Loata
p ...;. :;';;'; found oo the west coast of Mexico : O. IkOEa > VTM. P. OLYDN&t?, .

1, The name of pudding wives was and are BO large that the people use General; iM.n.lfer.\ General AgentsAtlantic
r Cbcnbrough; Building 1" State Street! Nsw fork Excellent Dining Oar Service '
given to women who were occasionally them for wash basins. .

( employed in some English monasteries They are ferocious animals and prey ARRIVALS AT JACKBONVlLUCt: ,
1 for with lty clams. The Prom New York .. aglom. ".-No. o"Wa i
making pastry and delicacies that great vora on >bliirtoa sad Florida Limited1 one a. m.
I From New York WMhlnston. eto.-Wo, s ,Sonthera-e. Pain Uml......toto: Vm.
call slow but the limpet always -
for the deft touch of a feminine process seems FromProm ,
''j .T"LYor Waahlngum. etc..No. 33. "Wa.hln.toB sad riorlJa Ea: ."7uo'n. s
,. hand. They were engaged by or with gets there. He gets his cover Aibvllle, t<.--No. *, "Waahiarton and Florida Umlled.1' gao.. mT a '
Coast. LineTHE 't7t!< Prom Oilcan.>Ctodaa.U..AtI..ta,eld.-Ne. '...- Florida Limited." '
the consent of the regular cook of the over the unsuspecting clam and puts I promChloajo. noi."I\tJ"h".oOOI'.Ua..to.JI' 9'35. m.
) -Fiorida
monastery and had a house or chamber his big foot on his shell; generally on a Special!ens p.mi
v weak Then he out C. LUSK DUt. P.... Agent loS West Bay Street a
f r In which to work near the kitchen spots. whips a long, CAR Jacksonville Fla.
GREAT :THROUGH LINE FROM LORIDA
r s'' i; +, called the pudding house. When animals wiry tongue and proceed to borehole a L w. H. TAYLOR, o. p. A.
a were slaughtered, especially when In his captive. When this is done CONNECTIONS S.H.HARDWIC1C.! P.T. M. BROOKS MORGAN. A. O. P. A
pigs were killed: about St. Martin' the shell flies open and the limpet I 18

day theae women's'services were required free to feast on the poor clam's car The Over its own rails to Savannah -_

to make black: puddings; hence cass. He eats but a part and leave East \.
,; li the name pudding wives. They were the rest for the fishes of the sea. Charleston Richmond and Wash.

a called In too, for the making of pastry via AU Ran ington, thence via Pennsylvania By.The i iJbosAw1uilleadacbes

tI "on special occasions. Strictly Genuine

Most of the patent medicine testimonials Are sure indlcatloM of some form of
Fine lIne of latest style visiting are probably genuine The follow- The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery '" I trouble. blUoosnew or .> bad liver M&Jnrla stomach will .
,
4 cards and latest In letters, at The lug notice recently! appeared in the Atch- West at next overtake you. DonrI.k' It and above all

_ Tropical Sun. Call add. see samplei. son (Kan.) Globe "Joe Tack, a well- Tbeloblle, & Ohlovia Montgomery / 1 don't UkacalomeJ or qilnini..bot &redallavouUER'BINE .
1 known engineer, running the Missouri ITo ,
Pacific between Wichita and Kiowa,late.
Ou 0..00. Le... ly appeared in a big one, with a picture, Via S..anuah and Ocean Steamship Company. for New
A visitor at a small resort on the and when he was in this office today we I The E York Philadelphia, BoatolJ. y

', p coast, says the Cincinnati Commercial asked him about It. He says he had ter. as t Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and laltl.more. has. ah &her!! Y1r&uee-ooae of their
F rible pains in his stomach S
Tribune, asked'on of the men whom and thought d * 4 '. Jle saw at the village store what b* did he bad *?**'. His' druggist recom.mended Via Savannah and .Ienbauta. : It Miners Traaaportatwo COlli- \ regularly wlg totes Despot
Kodol and he it cured v I a ateamshi P for and
,, all summer. He recommended It says him. puny Baltimore Pblladelplala. tbadlgMUTi Morgans In d1tIoo -
to
"Loa others who were Ii-.t off ttawh.1 {
and
? fish. replied the native. alllO cured" Kodol e uutuuoiivae, .,
Dyspepsia I
.t "What do yon do in the wlnUrr toe what yon eat and cures sll stomach Cure digests TO KEY WEST via Peninsular & Occidental UTe Ills, keep you (a good b. .ltb,;

r E.. I tinned the Inquiring visitor roubles.! Just Isorely as the sun shines and t 1-r TRY IT TOJUAT.0o .

,-We don't nshr ,originally your stomach pure can condition be brought and back lite sweetened to Its- HAY A N A Steamship Company. Oottia. Alt Deeggi.ta,

A A-wr.-.r..tr. by this i lasting and truly the great Sold
at
SOMETHING NEW Riegel'a
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est dlgestant known. Sold Drug Store.
.Junior by A.
Partner-our G.
traveler ought to ,
be Riegel. Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 mlle'oc! :mong tue'princip": ,
discharged. He told one of our customer railroad In the) Southern State, are on sale br the principal (gent*. .
..j .bra that 1 am an Ignorant fool. For:,Sale. To Rent. Boardlug.FuraUh- Through Pullman Sleeper Port Tampa to New York' via Atlantic Coast"Line.
Senior! Partner shall speak; to him ed Rooms Frank C. B .lyleston, Commercial Agent. W. D. Stark, Traveling Passenger
t I and Insist that no more office secrets and Rooms To Let card at Agent 138 West Bay street, Astor Building, Jacksonville\ Fla. H,M. Emerson

J be divulged. The Tropical Sun o 1oa. Traffic Man .er, W.J. Craig General Passenger Agent Wilmington N. C. SUBSORIBEFORTIESJJN}

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\10 TROPICAL SUNJ WJJS': : PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, 'SATIJIPATw \tMAY :6, 1905 l..NGB 'FlvE
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tlrn -_._.._- """= ... .7 ,r- ..',......... JAPA'N'ES'ri-cA.iTAI: ; ; i J'
"' RAINMAKAR !. SUCCESSFUL: NEW FROM BRAVE'' GIRL ..AVltIa'TRAIN.LJ..L.J.J )
., r ? t' ii RIOTING .ONTIN.UES'i ) I
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flr wdrftluAG( "l ai'N t"utbitYk'Y ur'ldi STRIKEBREAKERS'TfllEAfl;1" ; : t ,I. 1 ; 1 -
rkFtA Gllo..d'lr'' 'Irt Cttrlh'Sdowen' (d'Southi Destination of hoJutvent.kY'a[ Fiat Prevent fit. PaI.'U' Tr; -*n from HIM

|'s. Petropsulovski'Harbor. di'' nlrtrf"' ''to *III'L.afiJaa'de.* .
f t 'ernf+ClIforNa. '"
.tAN \ 1-JU I f> :Ang l..,-,oU-1'' 1I'.=- rle. F. Hat. tottia. May 3.-lt u rbmored"that the IN, WARSAW .RUSSIA Asheville N. C., May 8.-Tb presence -

>> field "ralnmaiter," who ha been destination of Vice Admiral Rolestven- of: mind and quickness l : of afllouol ,
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working .ln V December 15 to produoe ky's fleet Is'Petrop ulo...ki, penlusul J *! Mary'CUbnon,'a l oy..aY-bW.grl' tie-

Imp"rtea n$ Want t td, het 18 I mcnea pr rain lot, Southern.. Calfornla of Kamtcbatka, Init tead'' o' Vladivostok Printer Strike and Newspapers' Ing 'IlMr'''.M'U4 ,Out, ,IOT ,BlmoJt mountain
It Is said that the Russians have of
y I I I -'ltAwa1\ From Ch1ogti.t by May I on ,a pledgw of :'a \O.u.mbar 'L; probably, ,,.ayeii'jtbe lives manypersons
; h '' '
l 1 k1Y been collecting coal and stores 4Petropaulovskl Do 'Not' ar.'I. and valuable propertyfor
much
p ,
'\ of%tf ml' Angstes .cftueu: to, pay hUn ,. ,
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\ Pi) $'1.,000 if'' he succeeded,'has compared : hut! ,, it is. regarded asImjitobable' .' : \ file Southern Railway! company! '

.(.BAOCRf.OrllNQNUNIeTSMS/HUR; T hlsdetfiori8lratlott; and bas tiee'n: paid'awr'get'ptoportton that the Russians.inten CROWDS' 'Tuesday,"... she 'averted! 'the .almost'certain' : .
COSSACKS: ,
D3PER8f8|
-- to use Petropauloakl
to extent
any great train
wrecking a pasaengsr'
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of
Chic, !: of the sum promised, .
Exciting Scenes Enacted In the because' 'Its defehses'are'weak acidIt '
i'' THe'IaU'of.'i-iLln' In'Lbs Angeles 4u'lag Police Are Killed by Riot. running ddw& "the inounudni, bound
go Strike Rlota fnt'in'8ubpoe: 1 s considered imposal>l>l'to defend Sergeants' I
\ I I.rlltuatlon.l cast
.
''the "suatfon1. Mayba...'beel1 '''
ending 1t., from,the ,land. Critical' and Then
towed, by federal'Court:for Violators 18.1W 'Icchea-; which 'far exceeds'"vtb 'Ju 't after passing through the tuu-

& s '**''f lnjunctlon.fi'''," *' fr t; i\JA'/i.f;', '3 11''j jChicagoNa43.Br7ilarged i .fait ''of la t-. season" and Ik'. above"t.b.tt Will Save ,Several Warships.Toklo ?.,,1.) Grave Apprehension ae .to''' its net, aleee"td Mud ,Out. '''En lT *.."'0.

W. Brown heard the report of* tor
normal ''annual'precipitation! "for1 this; Outcome.
_\Irl propo _
,( May 3. Tha work of,salvIng
he'.at'
tlona..were given the toiuiwiteni' strife; ,section. pedo.; Acting ,oi.' .the..lcaa1;
the sunken ships at Port and .
Arthur Warsaw Russian.,Poland, May 3.12:31 .-- stow' Jownandlooklngoutw
'' once began ,to <
nma.k. ;
today from both aides of the hUe Hatflled established his 'ra Chemul< is progressing satisfactorily
po : p.). ,m.; i-An unknown man ,shot observed .a ;young girl'\ r rstaadlu$
struggle.; Contrary to expectation, tile Ing"plant In Altadens.. in the :foothill to the Japanese. Details are wlthbeld, 1

2: POWDERAbsol empayee were thri first, to tare ag re'iive a- or the mountain,' some'20 miles' tram but it is believed certain 'that'the Japanese and street'killed at'' >9>a'o'clock police sergeant this' morning.on Hosea. : by: the' track q&lckly, vigorously applied: : waving! *,red a
'cloth. lie
the praka.
action. All the teamsters *>' Lo. Angeles on Dec. 16 and the amount navy will secure several battleships feared thai ; '
It le
Pllre the Crerar, Clinch. company which of: railfail 'trom>.tha.t"' date ,in..' 'the Int.medofa.te and cruisers. murderer escaped.. the and brought his 'train to'a stJUiAstlll, "
will Jollow la
disorder
other the
within 10 teet'Of obstruction: :
has coal contracts with many office ,locality! of'''his'plant has bee ,
&5 IID.S"SSTf'II1I'E of the afternoon. '

: \1 Y 1 ', buildings' and firms,bent on strike. ,toet&r. -26..11- Inches. Hatfleld'amethod"Ia' 1 1gensratlon a I lit Memory of Departed $old I.....', 'course Public'' nervousness la market( and!, qulekly'jdmped'to'As the:'' 'ellcf' eer'the'and ground'paeeB* th.: :"g1rtapproached' #r ,

r t r.r i +. I "'"' ; .' ,--of gas and. its'' discharge Toklo, May 3.-A. solemn procession there'' is"grave'apprehension as 'to 'thf, her r

11- (The company had ordered a load, of into, the atmosphere1 from a chimney: escorting ,tee spirit ot ,the dead eels, outcome'Jof' 'the demonstrations andpreparatlons'Which'are' 'and modestly" hold
I ;
rJ'. i1 Hoses./eat': '' ooa't l delivered to Carson, Pine, Scott: which!,, hUt the. result,he claims,, of at-- diem and sailors, -opened, ,the --enshrtn "''expected'' after story' "of how'' the landslide, *"had 'oc-
flee aoa. '
itlasaa ales '
corned and1 her fear that the' Alexandra Dumas the greet Frond Jk\ Ox, a large mercantile ;firm which \raetlpC.'ltb. forces of attracting the Ing ceremonial at the Shokonsha.,Tern- the'' oonolintlons' 'of '''the masses tow S
MID Into, U Is,not"warned. As
.been.,.lavloved ln the. strike ompltd'atiohe .
'tori writer-... very-fond and proud baa forces of nature; which compel motsure' pie today. The impressive ahlnto rlt. being celebrated 'in1'' the 'cburche* it
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of hia'eon Alexandre, who also became. for some time past. the firat ,: .to ,Jtorin, :and, be,, precipitated. 1n ual was followed by' the throngs' that onimemoratton"of the anniveniary 'o she $talked the poBe ellcersl.a.J4drIll., ) }

,ft .famous .anther/ .HUregard'foP him teamster;, orde.red..to.. make-dellver the shape' rain, filled' and' surrounded 'the' temple, in the proola.nia.tlon':' the Paltehi ''conUtutloa. crew gathered bont her, and heartily r

to. the.involve4fl-m.wae.discharged eluding thousands relatives of'thdead. _thanked her,, forher bravery, and ,i 1'NII-'
wan. Increased! !,! appgrentarthefact $ Um< Uie.iou, )pgdrtverll good..appredan for refusing to deliver! tae coal. All DESEItTER''' BURIED WITH,.HONORS. HIIgh 'o icers 'of the army and -. rs !&'the, street '' ence of mind. / '

U ''of' the''Value "of money; ;'a quaUt] other teamateraemployed by the Cri. i / g.... navy,' a large force of troops, and 1.00 The printers struck ,today an4'.the A' collection' Wh. quickly taken up '

which the father vdjd not.possess In the rag Clinch, .."..'OOIDPIUlY' Immediately First Case on Record of Such,, roCted.: sailors from Yokosuka'wer present at afternoon, newspaper will not .appear. and' thfe child wad'made the recipient

lightest degree. stuck. yjltwas said the, effect: of M. .' "ure'lit' Regular the i ceremonies which' Will be practl 6f 1qu1Ce'a'i. ridaome,,purse.DOUBtL'RAOEDY .
; Army. A large crowd of students and othersassembled f .'. *.. ..
M ri ergo, ; recollections relate1'"t.hat. new spreadof; t1leatrlk. plight' be toleave '''New York, May 3.Under peculiarbsroudaatanceata'deaertbr cully continuousuntil( next 'Frlda during the afternoon.in.the .

con ittltkd,: DuIUU's'1 St Get'IDa1D.ti. ; many of the, tallest,''office bull reg. neighborhood of the old! house ,onceoccupled' '
: ,
qd"juat"lieen" ;bitten In the, !hand'bJ elevators to I ill t.it.....::
without ,to run
4 Jnrl fuul
'dogs aar'ankblett0'1vrlte: >> ular army will .be burled, today,, witmilitary" The emperor' and- empress 'wilt 'not !by ,the Polish Patriot ,iKoilri. Women, Refused Man! Attention and
and
Sf .
'' Affected: "by.today' '
:
ptb.r.cioncfrns'! attend tomorrow on.account( of -Ind-l. ;
novel. honors. on Governor's Island ski. ,a: prominent figure inthe.. revolitUou l I" Killed.pOif '
bat: was dictating a sPl'ea41.ot,the;trlke a .Lhe"'meJ'lcaD It U"to her- the first-case' of the' klnuOIlI.tb..rmT position. Prince Fuihlma ,twill present 'of 1794, and 'attempted to t.arta f ? ,t
His went; out as the visitor came Worth,, Tea.,May 3.- son{ ibe.'iRitehiet,
Cytleryi.company: ,' : Paper, their majesties upon that ocacslon.KILLED ... '
but '
records.A demonstrltlon Were dispersed vie offer better
in. they: 6 known as Mrs ,Annie -
Box company,'and the Samuel eupple '
"AI!n"l1ei.'bas just: icft tne,' ,aal< handsome- young'fellow1' entBtedMarch. by Oossacks: Brown, was ,shot and mutt fin.

the father "What good fellow that Woodenware company, In,each case 7; at'+the recruiting'station In: IN MIMIC.SHOW.Boys ,1 Thirty 'corpses ot,, vlcttms! of Mon-- stantly'Wiled- Fred Street. Street ,'

boy IB! Just fancy;; this' morning I ret team8ters"wre' .ordered' 'deliver tone Newark N, .1'... he i gave ,hlu name" a. day's"thootlng were'removed In five af orice'turn'ed! he weapon' uPon himself '4

calved 66O franca. Ue said to me, Tl or more:of ifhe\, boycotted house Michael)) Broad and appeared 'to"tthe Giving, 'Wi'd'Weet' Performance vans at -3 o'clock' this morning from and"''tired,, death ensuing U a few 4,

of it.' dkln't .quilt- and Btrxick;-when ruaa;:were discttare Ends Fatally. the station 'to (which ''were '
i"" ,take.WJi I ?francs'; < lI : ", recrultng| officer like some of the police : they seconds. '

J>,ear and thought be was going to leaveme for refusing:\ ;'.: ,, '. YoungmU who, occasionally; enlist,to New York May 3.-During a mimIc taken 'on'Monday1' to BnKlno'cenioterj The tragedy resulted 'It 'la said from

only 5O.,"So I called out;:,'Hold
JAIm.. have,* out at least! But J I with 'a ,iflght ,and panic in a.. crowds 'Two'" hours' after enlisting he,, dli club of Brooklyn;;John''Rifles 16 years Police and-soldiers- closed the street Mrs. Stoffei-'s her: attentions.,,refusal, to'permit etteet.to

tell :you I'm only: going to take nor bet street car.. ', appeared a'hd did not return until Sui old, has been'accidentally' byplaymateof'14. around the .tatlon during the removal pay Street drew;

called out. 'Oh,. oh,', said I, .'I.{boughpo'Vre :Two men. 'wh the 600. ;Well. 'strike assaulted Simultaneously with! ,the. firing of)the
>: : going W take taken for breakers were > .,
Castle William, Governor'* Island, nuderttbargeof way to the hospital I'' shot'Mrs. "1
take as much as yon want." I and ro, eeyerely! beaten that they; ; desertion, and there h! The clubr, i was erected by' wealthy Police Sergeant Killed at Lodz. a offer 'screamed. Street

And' Dumas added' proudly; "What to a were taken to the county hospital. The committed. suicides .; > ..1 BrookJynltes to keep the boys off: the Lodi, RuMlau 'Poland"Ma.1.3.Fourmen hastily pointed the pistol squarely ever.
golden hearted! fellow, ,Alexandre t Is, affair: his heart and fired.
occurred 'Twen.tyalxthstreet
: on"a' this morning shot1 and killed a
Colonel .Smith' of the Eighth infantry street. In the basement la a gymnasium
,h be sure! car. at 'Twenty-sixth and Stew The 'dead woman was> a daughter; of
police andseveral,
sergeant wounded
Hines
in' command of the garrison, where and 12 ,other lads
f.. ri'We.&t' 'Dr __. arc avenue, When! the.ftCht:, ; began ordered that he be burled with mil! gathered to mimic performance they a. detective who tried to arrest them. the "late' Jim ,Brown the horseman,
the p..encers.n>> stricken, fled Several occurred in who 'was- Killed at the'GarOeld Park
"'':Ai: bbt'shop 'Thompson', was greatly!: tart homoW,' finding justification the had seen at Wild West. hows. arrest the
From the car. \u.'ot'; Hhe, men 'hur I streets the race track near Chicago: In October.
; I during -night. The military' -
.urprlsed'wben'he was given the archdiocese fact that Broad, waa .only .awaiting They had been doing Indian, dances,
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was Edward BoawdU l..a: negro medl I fired on a crowd killing four 18&2.A brothl! of, York; ,lie badbeen.ulerlnlr, : trial, 'and was not a, military, convict throwing the lasso and having a,.jolly per-
acutely:from.toothache and upon med cal student. Isompanlon was Al by verdict of a courtmartlal. time generally when Walter Drlscot eons and wounding several others. was Gayland Brown. who WB8'' also',a.

j teal advice had resorted to narcotics Jamison a negro. 'The'men who com drew a large revolver and began I horesmaa. arid1'who'*was killed by 'a

After a particularly'''bad night be let mltted the assault escaped. FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN. snap CANNOT RECOVER MONEY. locomotive several years ago.1 There
ping It at the boys. Sever! times the
out fpr bis doctor' though bis wife,had More than 100 subpoenas were Is still another 'brother, 'Ed Brown,

' besought him 'n 1ot'tto submit to'furtheinarcotics placed Iff i : the 'hands of United States; Will Be the Feat of a New Motor Car pistol flash and was-snapped.Hlne8'tell. His Then came I : Woman' Who Paid '45 Cents Duty on who now baa a string. of horses..

,..as"after them he was "'notyn deputy marshals to be served today on Just .Invlnted,. playmatesran i 'Spoon Can't Be 'Repald:

; himself" for some lim rl. On the way violators of the federal clurt injunc Chicago, May 3E. H. Harriman to the street shouting for help I New York, May '3.-It has been officially GEORGIA'KNIGHTS' IN SESSION.

11....paet,the'postman;... bo banded him tlons issued In connection with the< had approved a plan for -tin ocean tp< but Hlne4 was'' shot through the temple determined by the 'board ol

' .? letter announcing bis preferment strike, Men taken Into custody are< ocean tour of the new gasoline: motor. and was beyond medical aid. United ''States''"genral appraliiere''J thatMissMary Knight of Columbus Elect New Officers '

from' Gloucester to York. lie rushed to; bei') ('cited to appear before. Master In + i" ..1.1 to Drlacoll was locked up on the charge M. Goodwin'of Boston,, can- for the Ensuing Year. '
JiisLfinished.tanil, over, ihi
bock and" 'burst? ,;excitedly; Into the of homicide but the satis' 4
Chancery! Sherman Friday. Counsel rai'lruua. police are not recoverthe of Atlanta, May 3.-Th* Georgia
45
Union Pacific : ft U the in sum cents exacted -
house, the toothache all forgotten. :"ZJoe: that the shooting-was : of cOlumbus
7 for the E2mployer 'asuoclatlon will .fled entirely accidental. Knights held their annual -
thinly has tentlon .to.. operate .the.car- from,0:na; as 'duty by the' collector of customs
+ 1ooJ'; Jbe rlJ.}!'Wbat do,. you use evidence obtained at' the hearing He cried hysterically'overthe state convention in the hall of the
' ? I am archbishop of York!I" ba to Portland, Ore., exhibit it a fen at Bangor Me., on a souvenir
happened affair! saying he had. taken his local Knights in the Healey
to urge wholesale Indictments.. building,
what did I tell you?", rejoined days at the :Lewis' mid Clnrk-exposltlpi spoon of American manufacture returned
"There Strike 'Breaker Frank Curry, the over father's revolver from home secretlyand corner Peach tree and Marietta street,
his wife. "You've been taking that horrible an
narcotic again and are quite] out man with the "Iron Nerve" was to: the Sparta route Film, there .; supposed It was not loaded. Miss Goodwin had testified that she Tuesday morning. Officers were lest

of your head! ,, day reported as definitely out of the will: -tin to Los Angeles and from theio bought the spoon In Boston and senfi ed for the ensuing year, and delegatesto
fighting He did not at thEmployers' < Negroes Guilty of Murder, the-national convention were also
r :appear t:o New Orleans and thence to Chicago I to a relative In St. Johns It did
Teamingcompany's barns Birmingham, Ala., May 3.-A specialto chosen.
The Uarble'Blble'ot Parma
via,St. Louis, not match-'some other articles and wall
Great,,0 has'been the -amount of 'labor and it la ealj;;in all probability CUrry "rt'hga\ the car jreachei: Chicago it will : The News from Decatur says that returned for exchange.: The' Bangor The officers elected were as' follows: 1

expended'on the various Bibles oft. will not be able 'to take further partIn make a speed and hauling power run after having been out since 5 o'clocklast collector held It up and mulcted Miss Victor J. Dorr, of Augusta state deputy ,

the world the palm for execution must the strike. His Injuries, while not from this city to Milwaukee" and re- afternoon the jury In the case of ; J. B. Scnweers, of Augusta state +'
Goodwin for
45 cents, and that lady at
be; given to the Kuto-daw, which I Is a fatal, are exceedingly serious and hl turn. After this the motor probably'will Harvey Smith negro, charged wit secretary; James Glllesple of Atlanta;
once appealed to the general board intimating
Buddhist monument near. Mandulay, 'In associates say that he will lose the '' ,be, taken 41to New York via Buffa-! the murder of Milts Belle Blood wort I that she state treasurer; J. M. Thomas' 'of

$Burma." .consists$ of about 700 temples light of his left eye. Curry also has, 10 and from there back to Omaha. brought In a verdict tbla morning ol needed the money Savannah, state advocate; M. J. B&r-
slab of white more than did the government. It I ?
each: containing a a deep gash two. inches long behind la guilty of murder In the first degree,, rett, ,of Savannah. state warden, and
,
: mctor capable of at
tee\ hauling
of this la
the whole possible she will the' to
which carry case
marble ou-
and fixed punishment at dealu.
Ota
tlie right ear. Rev ,O. N. Jackson of Atlanta state
Bible, containing over 8,000- least one heavy passenger car over the; federal circuit court. The .
Buddhist litigation
few i
were !in the court
Nearly 300 strike breakers refusedto The persons room chaplain.
moderate machine/ lb.
000) ) syllables, has been engraved. The grades, has already coat the
4 Is used but the Ian ; work today when the police calle propelled entirely' 'by gasoline, there when the verdict was announced and government The national .convention will meet ;
alphabet ;
; several
Bqrmepe Is Pall. This wonderful Bible Is I at the nonunionist headquarters to accompany being no electric motor. there was no demonstration. The triad hundred dollars. in Los Angeles cat., on the first Mon
I -
guage :The Kutho-daw them, to the barns of the employers' of John Collier, Smith's accomplice, Attempts day In June.
unique.
absolutely I,
Condemned Maw Suicide.
was erected to\ 1807 by Ilndoh-mln, tho teaming company. Southern Surgeons Elect Officer.' was'then taken up. Troops continue

last king but one,of Burmn.} The vast' Tee negroes, declined to leave the Chattanooga May 3,-At the sessiontoday" to guard the court room and jail but Nashville to, Tenn.be Way 3.-Tom Cox, By Wireless to Panama.
sentenced here
collection'of temples together form u buldlng. alleging they had been of the association' of surgeons of all, is quiet. hanged for the
murder of Policeman Washington, May 3.-The comprerhenslve
Ben P. Dowell]
with dominating temple 'In the j brought to Chicago under false pre.
square, a the Southern Railway Br. Thomas BSatterwhlte .
of wireless telegraph
marble slabs onwhich' Seven Years for Cashier. next Friday, made a desperate attemptto system
center. Each of the tenses, ,, of Ixxulslvlle
Ky., was
the"sacred text Is Inscribed'' Is "We are not going to work as teamsters elected president of: the association Cleveland! May 3.-A. B. Speer, commit suicide In bIB cell at the service being established by the uu
cashier county 'jail here this morning by takIng reau of equipment of the nuti.(i.-
ornamental canopy of the closed Citizens' bank
surmounted by an for $2.60 a day and take our inn:\ J. H. Mitchell of Mt. Vernon III.. olOberlln
in pagoda form. lives In our bands" several of th- was elected first vice president br.> today {In 'the United States polBon. His condition is critical partmentruutamp.ru. 'tu..It2o.e! .sw )
;
in the extreme and the chances are Orleans and fauiuna. This will n.-
negroes ,i said. "We want 'to go backto R. J. Noble, of. Selmer, N. C., second 3 district court entered a pica of: guilty
b Conk: Uland Law : Eft, Louis." vice president; Dr. J. W. Ray, ofWoodstock on one count of the Indictment against big recovery. Cox f* perhapsTennessee's 'cessltate the Istallation at New Orleans r

'There are some strange laws In the ,Sixty others said they were willing .Ala., was elected to succeed Charging him with making false entries I most noted criminal of re- of A powerful station, as the ?

'Cook Islands, in the eastern Pacific Island The .o,go"to"work.'" Moat of the negroes : himself aa,secretary and treasur in the bank's boks. District Attorney cent years The killing of Policeman distance between that city and Pans
population Is Maori and each Jowell was of a most sensational char ,Is ''about 1,300 miles. There' la
The island council who struck participated 'In yesterday'srioting. I er. Dr. W. C. Day of Danville Va., !Sullivan recommended that all ma a>

legislates for Itself' ; of the group, baa was elected a member of the executive ether indictments against Speer containing acter and Cox's trial attracted widespread clear seaway across: the Gulf of Mexico

of Muniulkl one 15 "be poll attention. and the Carrlbean sea, without land
In force an ordinance to regulate village The first shooting today occurred atFranklin committee. counts posaed.

life within the Island. It begins i and Madison streets. A caravan ;Judge Taylor at once-sentenced Speerto obstructions between the two obJec-

enacting "the ancient law of manned by negro drivers arid Heirs Settle Big Fight. seven, years' Imprisonment in the. $200,000 Fire In Newark;' N. J. y tive points.
by, I Newark N. J. 3.-/Flre if
,
Manihiki as to dogs" and sentencing to I ja guards was attacked by a big crowd. New York, May 3.-After lingeringIn Ohio pen tentiary. May early today ,

a death any dogs on the Island. rigs are I The negroes opened ;fire at once. Harry the vorous courts extending over a in destroyed the paint works of Caw Kills Sweetheart and Self
Officials Must Appear .Court. and Clark the Newark
ey on meadows.
not to wander at large, and any person ,, Williams and Fred Smith white period of twenty years the sons of the : Wood'bury Ga., May 3.-Oscar Stin-
New York, May 3.-Justice Blschoft The loss Is estimated at .
i going about after 0 p. m. may be arrested men, seated on a wagon at the en- late Henry Burden of Troy N.. Y., Inventor 200000. Th shot and killed Edna Wambl. Dill
and taken: to the courthouse to trance to of horse shoe today signed an order directing President building was 500 feet square and two
an alley, narrowly escaped. a machine and sweetheart, aDd tben slew himself with
: No James-W. Alexander, Vice President and a half stories high. An ,
reason for being abroad adjoining:
explain his liter the shooting the caravan pro- other devices form which be ammasa- the same weapon. Both are negro**.
Inhabitant lato James. Hazen Hyde and Vice building occupied by T. B
y debt Incurred'by a native seeded: pn !Its 'fltormy route. While ed .a. fort un e'-repOrted to- have set President McCormack, Stlnson was to have married the Wam-
Selling Gage Tarbell, of the Equitable Leather plant
was gutted and
be recoverable In any'court. a numer -
living a wagon/ loaded with coal from tled their differences by compromise. i ble woman last night and the ministerwas
or. giving Intoxicating,, liquor to any I Ufe Assurance Society to appear > of small dwellings nearby were
the Edwin F. Daniels Coal company The plant at Troy alone Is valued at waiting perform the ceremony
native 'inhabitant is punishable with a before him in the supreme court 'on damaged. These buildings were occupied -
at Franklin and Madison streets; today (10,000,000( and probably more than when the bride-to-be- changed, her mind!
tine of $30.; May 11 for the purpose of being examined by employes of the factories In
_f Joseph Scott, a nonunion negro tem HOO.OOO in clunsed tees 'and court and refused to be married, Stlnsoi'
and making" deposition as to the vicinity. The of the
'' cause lIre
Funeral In .co
In Scotland the custom still prevails Chief of Police O'Neill declared today fight among the, heirs. which' the andj so-called amended. charterof gan shooting. As the woman t<

t down the window blinds at that he was steadily Increasing hki
of taking dead, he turned the weapon on hlmsell
white 'sheetsk : Playwright Stricken with Paralysis.' the Equitable Society, was adopted. Krupps Works Increase Workmen.
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and Banging force and tht he believed he woula and fired producing !instant death. '

.Jfocross the.windows The custom! also he> able to cope,with the situation lit Jacksonville' Fla.. May 3,-Henry Pile Drivers--Go on Strike" Kaen Prussia; May 3.1be Krupps

..' prevails''In the north 'of England; and aid that 1,300. policemen were oa Guy rleton. the noted playwright Chicago May 3.--The strike of pile! Immense contracts partly' for the rearrangement Coxey'e Army for England.
families 'Special sheet reserved las been stricken with paralysis at of the German
In many strike duty today. driver employee declared Monday has artillery London, May 3.-A miniature Coxey
for the death chamber is kept, the home of fiend In this clty:.While and partly for Russian. Japanese and ''
been 'made general, and now Includes army Is forming among thto) strikers of ,
for the purpose.:'and often need' .from Florida Sons America Meet the; attack !la not considered dangerous, al men (n that line of work employedby Turkish orders have required the company the army boot workers of Northamp

generation to generation. In manypans St. Augustine, Fla.. May 3.The IIr.. Carleton is, quite ill, Ills .phy 1- firms In Chicago, .South Chicago to increase the number of work tonshire. It Is! proposed-to 'march/ onthe'war"offlce'la

of Scotland too,It Is still customary state encampment of the Patriotic Or- clan states there are strong hopes} for and I men from about 24,000 to* more than .
da- Waukegan. Ia, .consequ nce a London anon: lay" themen's
a'' for the nearest, relatives' of the< de'r: of Sons of America opened their its recovery.- The attack wi.4 brour, great deal of work now. under way I 80.000..The insufficiency! of dwellings grievances hr record' to pay, n
the .
ceased to lower the body'Into gave annuai'meeting here yesterday. The about by the arduous labors of the be'tlde The for the men has compelled the management .i '
the is may up. men demand an : etc, before the officiate. A ba -
and wait by the side until grave convention will continue two days. has been to
.who *
playwright, preparingaIay erect temporary barracks for
..-Westminster Gazette. eight-hour.day with an Increase In thewages raualo. has been' engaged) ,to -."
filled up. in the' state 'I
Every town of Importance this winter. their accommodation '
scale. ,.
>any the strikers* whose mare.i i -
Is represented. The local cmp.have I ,
Bret Irarte m* a Cesl..L / American Bankers' In Session. ily will occupya; week.: +
Bret'' Harte's consulship! at Glasgowwas not arranged an elaborate programof Bryan' Father.ln.L.w Dead.. Heavy Rain. Prevent Hunting.' .

William Black > entertainment, ''but various\ forms i JJew, York,. May., 3.The'enoutlve: Lincoln.. Neb. May 3.-John Baird, 'town Mae
a sort of Joke. committee of the American Bankers' Glen wood. Springs, 'Colo., May 3.'The .- Tene.. Fire.

told me that once when he was returning 0'' amusements and a sea-food banquet I i'_clatlon at' a, meeting held!; .In.',this father; of Mrs. W9lliamlJ.;, Bryan died president's party did not;hunt to'day. gzItola; :, May" "8.--Fire ,at John-

: from. a, .tour .with: Harte M. theJJowly' ; are' among (be; featured.addreW,\ ,Major I cUr: today decided ,upon Washington at the!*! Bryan home- near this city today The, .rains, which have fallen for ., ion CJt/r Tenn., deatkoye: ;l property
Bret jsald, -Wbat Joyce ,delivered 'an'' of wet .1Ie-was. 82 of '- and' had :
entered a city I D. C. AS', the place for !'holding, years age two days have turned.. to wet mow and valued 'at'$100,0001: Insurance will oovr -
place this'"' J ome. Today and Wednesday will be thf been falling steadily for several '.lara.. ; Rime' hunters .
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huge, ugly1 text: amial .convention.! of'tbe' .aflapilatlon. are remaining close, to the half the kwa. Among buildings
"It is," said Black "the city; -In which" ,devoted to the, business ,of the.oqca.- The, convention! wlth'be? beld tine Bai'd'tame; to Nebraska about the camp. They' were- .unable to make destroyed! '''arel+ abet Christian church:
'-Consul' four :years $ton and"'sUte officers will 1 be elected.Lbout I '- .the i
yow- have been s next, ,pctobecf, /ut'tjie exact date has Bryans came and. 'was 'frorriBalenvIlL the, eaa "ltdlvde); today and, may now nty'.National' bbnk'CargalI's'gafery' ', .
Mo ;) Conway' Autoblogra- 60 camps are organized In th. I work
4v, ure-lanl.1 :,, directly across to Garfield creek. \
b . t _--:0.,,4,; '" I' tate DOW. The order: I Ja. new here lot yet eni upon. I .

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t f ( ,j *t ( r* PARAGRAPHS ''Ltj j Will, SOON, H' '. y_ ,' ..1''u"Ii'l'.1".1't" ",. ,,

;: INTEREST : Regular services morning at the Congregationalchurch PURELY''' PERSONAL BE RECLAIMED : : ::P;'1' :
tomorrow! and, jtvenlng \... : ,
a t the: ItIlO"boun! conducted( by the "
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Jar. f Condensed News---Paragraphs- Pertaining lic pastor invited.Rev. F. W. Weatherwas.: Pub- People ItA They Co i and Go- C.nttauediaauaa: ,<' !,, "**" 1. GI' .e. .t R', .e.'fI' ...'.. ),.

2 'p I People Whom You May or time ike coat would be a waiter! of. only
:; to West palmeaehi' Usual services will be held at the May Not tcnnw a few dollars.. .1' 1

'.'.1' ; and Vicinity'' Methodist church tomorrow morning and ,
SUBSCRIPTION LIST
OPENED.
,'. ,I \ J \ evening, at: u and 7:30: o'clock, conduct 4
ed Mr. and" Mr,. Jfl; M. Flagter/ and 1)artl' It 'was suggested! that a receea of five ,
by the Rev. Dr. henry Hice. 1i'
Service tomorrow in, Holy Trinity, ; pastor left IIMllne! ..'
llr '' St. AiiK\ at 4:30:; Wednesday tninnte be -hn.lor the pnrpose of "
The pnblic cordially invited. I
Celebration .
t at 6:45: *. m-> morning prayer aflejrnodn for'Wilmington, K. Q, on al opening the lilt and taking s.bcrlp.tlon r i
I s and sermon by Rev. Charles Temple, Regular services at the Baptist special train. : frost :
citizen who
1'. o'clock. church aa follows Sunday-school at any present '
:
; Its ': The Tropical Sun" regrets to 'learn of. might desire la subscribe: In a few :

r 1 ;". The pupil of M!" Vmlx fifth !tr.de' 10 a m., "reaching every Sunday at the illness. of Mrs. Franklin Sheen whois minute something like (75 w,&a aised.. F..or e;
,
:'" in the, public school) bud an enjoyable 11 a. m and p. m., children's meet- wlio ''tt .
; I I reported quite .s'iek 'at her too be, cor Captain E. N. Oimick,, owes extensive .
'1 time over the lake yesterday sort of ing every Sunday at S p. m., B. Y. P. Evernra. >; 1 y'' I
,I 1 ner of Poln etta and streets.Uisset Interests In the territory to be beno- 'I I
( f., 's picnic pleasureparty.. U. every Sunday at 6:30: p. In. Prayer I 110; .I) 'I, 11J1111> : "
I fitted asked .
Jennio and May Cotmer untied! was tocontrihule. ti ''i 1' if'}r H.; J. BurkhariU. the "man acrcm the 7 meeting every A Wednesday evening at Monday morning front.Jacksonville on : stated tbat,, he bad already e.. l/I:1t/ : e :t' .' \ 't1\ I ( ,,: !
cordilLI'welcome
m. I is extended -
:. ;Il lake" has something: iateresMug to aay p. S. S."Iroql1o\s\ ," for Boston. They were peuded the earn vf three thousand dollars a. u 4'J.' ""I. '", ... .
to all of
to the
one services.
; I''\ a about tea In toeh,'.Tropical Sun.., RudI every accompanied as far as Jacksonville) I by: .for the drainage IOf.the lands, but rA

,I i tt, his. .big, ad. on tbe third page their aunt Miss Baldwin. his operation bad been, insufficient to
bra
The bicycle" establishment of J. W.I Unique Present. Mr. J. C. Harris, of the well known improve the property; ; ha thought he had A

t : Harper has been turwed; from ,the north : Mr. B. A. Maxfield: the popular assistant firm of Harris ,& Epps bu gone to done hUubarev would see the committee Fourt' :
,later. Mr. A. P.
I in the new" JeCfcraoa Block on Anthony gag- /:11
room '
cnithrer at the D\Je County StateBank Fort Meade to en]"ly a vacation of several

E Olive: street, to the room ii.. the same is the recipient of a very unique "weeka with Mrs. Harris, who' Has Bested that as Captain Dlmick owned ,
to Anthony Brother :vast tracts of"tub muck land; be give : .; :/
I} i' building next well as handsome prevent, which 'evidently been visiting her parentsat that placefor .\, ',.
r Miss Hannah PhebttSliippe, who has came as a souvenir of many happy several weeks the committee: tea acre of land. "All ,

y'I, :' ,, been the guest of Mrs N. S. Burnham days and a forecast of many more as Mr R. P. Turner who has mad': West right'said Captain and' as he .. ?. ", '.. .':,1'1 t (

for several days left Thursday morning happy or happier. Last winter Mr. Max- moved toward the secretary1* desk there J
l\\ t.; Palm Beach hta home niiice last December j .. '" '
?' ';i on her way north*for the. summer. She field was requested by a friend to preserve left Friday.iilght for Topeka; Kan., wa much' applause. Captain Dimick 1\ .. i ,

k i ; stopped over at Jensen for a brief visit. all\ of the bands that came from his where he goes to accept a position with turned and'Iaced the audience, until,,.the PERFECTION; ..; J '
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'I I r with friends. favorite weed, the "El Principe." He one of the leading railway companies conclusion ohe( first spasm when he r r't, : '

The interest of Walter Purdom In the did so, and this week an express pack entering the city. aid. "Boys, you are' the most liberal IN +
I a '
I. City Bakery has been purchased by the age to his address explained tbe purpose Mr. and Mm. T. L. Cbadbourne and fellows', I ever' saw;;:yos could\ have bad + k 1' :ri,
forty acre if 'ou'lad! asked for it." )
1 Lake Worth Produce Co., of which J. D. of the novel but simple request. family closed their pretty lake front ) CHEEFONIEKS

li e r t3 Mathis }js manager. Arthur Wbltaker He received an ash receiver, which was borne this week, and have gone to their And then 'euybod.1.llughed-scept! t

fr, a j i retains his interest in the firm, and will made of an ordinary saucer, the bottom ummer horn at Honghton. Mica., Mr. Anthony. :'i

have charge of the baking'department. of'which wa'i neatly covered with leather where they'will'' remain until their return Captain ,Dimlclc was thoroughly in 1 ,H'f' i >
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earnest about the gift and laid the committee Made in tbe South; r't'n
while the Interior was covered with ..
iy I Bert Faber and bride, nee Miss Rosa to West Palm Beach in the fall. '

Q4, Saxon of Palm Beach, are. visiting their. little bands'take is tb'c'result;' from of cigars.hours The of recel"er Rev. and Mrs. J. N.. Mulford have from any,could part make of the their bract.own selection A Southern. Beauty.. :,' '

!. parents at City Point for a few days. many care gone to their summer home at Saratoga The H W* fair' .I
\. ful tedious and meeting: then adjoutued. Beat it '
and work the ash It
11k r The News voice. the well wishes of receiver Springs, N; V.;, where they will remain yon can. > : .
made of the cigar bands fs a rare This morning is learned that the < ''' "
Bert's many friends in this section, and until their return to Palm Beach nest A '
i of art. Itis needless that committee ia hard at work and will t in'few i6' "
display to a
say ; full
: BetbetKIa No. 'L Oak. Pull d.
extends hearty congratulations to the fall. The church, of -tl1e- an Quarter 1
ab"f" liapoy couple.Cocoa: News. it (Is very highly prized by Mr. MaxSeld, Sea has been closed for the summer.. 1 days have raised the required i' Swell. Double Shaped Top. 19t23, : :Oval ,-.
;t ;, u' who exb.ib.its' it to his friends with no 1 I amount when the matter of drainage I ,plate 10x14' "' p. "' 'J'' 0/

? ,. ,Lowney's chocolates at Hllller's. little degree of pride. Rev. Father P. J. Kenedy, priest In i will be definitely taken up with the land Price f. o.'b. factory;$9.95

,l, ,\ r,Mrs. Barco brought to this office yesterday charge: of St. Anna Church, left the city Companies. \ ( __>__ "i/.1 ,1

,iy :{{ one of the most beautiful and Wednesdaynight for a summer vacation f 'No. anT, Same M' above, .without lox ...fiI1',,'

; tl t.t highly perfumed specimens of the cape After Sixteen Years. going direct to Spring Hill College -I 14 mirror. F." o. b; factory, $6i$. jiII ;'
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r' jessamine bloom ever eeenlnthese parts. Wednesday! there came a dispatch to Ala. During his absence Rev. ,- "" ..' W.',.

P The one flower perfumed the air of II I2XIS Mr. Ben H. floater, dated at Miami, Father McCreiry will officiate at St.Anns. Everybody's Column r t These" goods shipped from factory];?in i l.'

( i foot room with an exquisite odor, which read as follows:: "Meet tonight's rte.r t-mac North Carolina. 4:, ,

and is Indeed a beautiful thing to lookS north bound train. An old friend Alderman and Mrs. E, W. }. Parrish )
; : MONEY TO LOAN.' off j
k 4 /Terms, 2 per cent for cash with order
upon. At to who It was, or what the dispatch are entertaining this week at their home -- Write for my Big. Furniture Catalogue./

''y yr 1 "Sermons by the DevtL" See It- meant, was a genuine guessing contest. the tatter's brother, Mr. Allen who bas IF YOU HAVE PROPERTY THAT "Do it today.', Address; ,.. '? ??

r Ii' f'' read It, At dner'.. There was but one way to decide it, and just arrived from California to spend you want to improve and need moneyto
: ; that was to await the arrival of the train. some time in Florida. Mr. Allen in do it with apply to Geo. G. Cut tie, J. B. McGINLEY
Their'many friends in this city:\ will be West Palm Beach. '0
Mr. Doster met the train and was most comparing the relative advantages of ..r. ar
4J t interested to learn that Mr. and Mrs. t .
:. agreeably surprised to see step there- California and Florida, says "Florida is FOR RENT J The Palms Corner .".
'
I o4 A. S. Botsford, who left the city about a .. j '
from Mr. F. H. Thompson of Detroit, good enough for me." '
1'a year ago to make their home at Las Mich., who was Mr. Doster's traveling Corner storeroom, splendid location, West Palm Beach, Fla. ,
Cruces New Mexico; are now living In { apartments above, also cot
companion on a journey to California tage in rear. New six-room cottage fur- .
--- --- -- ,
'E.st Birmingham Ala., having recently Strictly Qenuine. -; ..
l'' some sixteen years ago. The meeting rushed[ or unfurnished. "' "', .
$ moved to that city. It is learned that Most of the medicine testimonials ,.
!ril 1) and greeting was a whole-souled, heartyone patent H. F. McGiNlEY, at M. E. Gruber's.
Mr. Botsford villl engage in business in are probably genuine. Tbe follow-
\.. which brought about a reVIval of ing notice recently appeared in the Atchison J $
t'' t i' the Alabama metropolis. old-time memories which made both feel (Kan.) Globe: ."Joe Tack a well- j,

fy ,f'' \ The Tropical Sun la always on sale younger by many years more than bad known Pacific engineer between: ,Wichita running and the Kiowa Missouri, late Did You EVet West Palm Beach :

at Idner & Son's. passed since they last met, which was as ,
I !i ly appeared in a big one, with a picture,
4 5o iCE made ? ,
': :, George/( W. Thornton, of Delray, left fellow book agents. Mr. Thompson was and when he was la this office today we ..Wabavslt.try a CREAM from uurccream '
; Sun office yesterday ar working the South in the interest of a Asked him about it He says he had ter..
The
W at
;i Tropical
; rible pains in hm stomach and thought Town Lots.
law book and straineda
land of tomatoes containing: ten fine popular concern he bad cancer. His druggist recommended Did You Evetf .
of fruit about ready for mark point to reacb West Palm Beach to and
specimens Kodol, he says it cured him.
It i et, and eight smaller ones.-eighteen all once more meet his old-time traveling He recommended it to others who were use a pure DLTCERIXK SOAP that cost (leas ,
than :a:'>c? We hnrelt foe> ICc Also a pure
lo'd-which certainly is a wonderfully companion In doing this be also bet. also cured Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests 1AU &SOAP, lo"tbe toilet at lno.I 1 Residence Lots
Ir Choice
) what you eat and cures all stomach .
I showing. Ten acres of vines tered himself and his house by taking I :
t productive troubles. Just ssurely as the sun shines I ,
a. a nice order from one of the leading at- If Voa NeedA ,
1 .. would make Mr.
: : its
r / 1"", ... .. bearing proportionately your stomach can be brought: back to
.. oF' '. Thornton a millio-: aire. torceys of the city. It is needless to say originally pure condition and Hie sweetened j "
that these two men -'hereafter\ keep by this lasting and truly the greatest SPTUNO BLOOD TOXIC "&,Iprlnlf'. SHIoupnrllln from $200
1 Watch the !bulletin board in front of In the best.. for our hot climate. up, _
"1 10 touch with one another.A digestant known. Sold by A. G. 5 .

!},, R. B. Spratt' big grocery store on Clematis Rlegel. .. __. __ t3tfob.tnies'are ,
Avenue, west of the railway. It I. 'Liittle : one-third cash, balance by semi-annual

i will contain surprises for you I3lf Portrait of Joseph Jefferson.One I. For Sale To Rent Boardlug.FurnUh- installments on reasonable time accord
'W' &d Rooms and Rooms To Let cards at always needed to keep the system clett n ,

,ts Mrs. Margaret L Shaffer who has a of the best-if not tbe best in The Tropical Sun office. ing: to price of lot. -

,j'' beautiful lake front home on south Oliver I nany respects-portraits of the late Mr. .. _h _. Oaf Special
tl street, left on last Bight's northbound Joseph Jefferson is one seen b, a repre- ... For plata and full .information apply tt>

9t i train for New York city and other points I sentative of The Ttoplcal Sun a few day The Man Wko I. In .....* "HOUSE-FLY to be the cheapest EXTER and IISA beet Ton"prutectlon hss proven WALLACE R. MOSES :

1 'where' she will spend the summer. Mrs. ago on the easel of Mr. J, a. Wells, at The vital necessity for the qualitiesof I for hoi mx and cow from tile ales ,

i J'j i, Charles H. Miller accompanied her as his studio the Jefferson Block. inspiration, reality and magnetism Agent Florida East Coast Railway\'\ Land Department. ........1'-4
bk I lady"a companion. aad will remain with The expression of the deceased actor, was brought home to me when I was a Broadwell & Moore '
t schoolboy fiddling at college functions. West Palm Beach Florida. a
l\.1ra.\ Shaffer while north, and the'two as shown by the portrait, is beyond criti I saw !speakers who came forward and ,

will return early m the fall. cism-placid and peaceful beaming Druggists "
V ft yet who-well; just spoke so many words. ""'

4 ,, School desks and inks supplies and with mirth and kindliness often noticed Then would come an orator, a man who West Palm Beach, Florida .
blank book., at Idner's. by Intimate and observing! friends acted the part who lived the part,, who --- --------- ------ --- -

upon the face of that kind and great- was the part because be believed It, GRAFTED
WJ'wlll give mall orders prompt attention ,
Ir .t i Mr. Albert Kanfmaon of West Palm hearted man. The expression is obtained and so swept tbe people off their f eetr- BUDDEDLargest Mulgoba Mangoes.

K i Beach .was. a visitor in the city yesterday from Mr. Wells' recollection of the sul- 11.; P. Sousa in London Interview. -
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iy p ,'i i and Ust night left for a short visit jest aided by a little paper prlut executed Collection of Crotonif/ the United States!' Palms Phyllan

Y' to Havana. Mr. Kaufmann intends to from one of Morrison's! photos! tlreland's. Sacred Oak. thuseto. Allpotgrown. Full Line of Citrus Stock
locate in Miami and a first- In years gone by Ireland. had a sacred
C up
r,; t\ open which was kindly loaned to Mr. Wells Boarding1IHwIrubla grown cm High Spruce Pine Land. Address
i In which oak dedicated to St. Colamban. '
clew photograph gallery
profession f
;If: i ; ,,' be is thoroughly! qualified to by )}Ir. A. R.. Beaujon._ _. .L '-_ one of the peculiarities: of the tree being JOHN B. BEACH. __ West Palm' Beach Flu
I i Many readers of Tue Tropical Sun 'will that whoever carried a small bit "
r satisfy tbe roost lasti-llflus./ Upon his -
+ ..Z ." remember having seen, in the windowof of the wood or bark In his mouth would people who wind a pleaaaat. .ytvvvvvvw v .w.v..yvcWV.V.VYVVV1YVVVVVVVVVVVVIVVIVV.SUMMER .
;. return from Cuba next week Mr. Kauf- B. H. Doster, a few years ago, a collection never meet with a violent death, it be- place to top at while In Vje: .t Palm -
iI1'' :' nunn will go to Palm Beach and after a Beach will And "MINARET COTTAGE" ':
} i of carveit! cocoanufs, representing ing: especially efficacious in saying HOTEL CHICAGO
i i aril few days there aril move his family, on Olive Street between Kvernla and .
from the block. It
; a county fair Attached to this collectionwas Christian martyrs Fern, |IDIOt much a place, :Nice, .clean. ,
't here, be having already made arrangements was known throughout the British
a card bearing the modest announce. room, neatly furnished ; couitortKblebeda
? .' for a home for them.-Miami Metropolis. Isles as the holy oak of Kenmare. wholesome food VERY
a meat that the display: was the production ; good ; DELiA P "
: After the lapse of many centuries this moderate price; are the reeomDimida I HOTELt ; ADO
of a would-be artist.! As to the question .
sacred oak was uprooted by a storm tlona. Only llmltoil number of room-
iS}, T Sun Leave, office your for orders all! kinds at The of engravedand Tropical whether Mr. Well is an artist or not, after which it was said/ to be guardedby mean. be accommote<"T'Table board = Inch-Class l Family and Transient Hotel. "I

\ monogram stationery and visiting let everyone be his, own judge.: However angel to keep heretics from gatherIng xpcclulty !:::: Loeatwl between Washington toil Madison Areune. fronting op the Midway/
cards. when one can take a tick of char the wood for fuel. At last a wick- MRS. FPANK DARLING. e. Dotilvvard l, Mlluwrnlns. the Chicago: LntTeralty.Parlor .

'' Thursday coal and a sheet of paper and do such ed tanner "barked" one of Its largest = and Bedroom with Private Bath and Board 'ror Two People.. : S
;{ The Miami Record of contained I j
I work, he should be entitled to some of limbs and tanned some leather whichhe Iron $30 to SAO per Week. 1 '.
i : It is stated today f.. '
; the following I "
(
the honors that usually fall upon the made into shoes for himself Imagining Twelve minute from down town Tin Illlnola Central Railway./ :
} that as a result of tbe visit to the Home- \ that such relics him FOWLER BROS & KING ..
would
which
artist ; bring !:::: All train atop at OBrd St. to baggage should be checked.
tead country made by a land department wealth and He them but E
power. wore
The BRADLEY a MUSERVB,
4 writer once heard Mr. Wells re- Proprietor.
'
; r inspectora large number of homestead once, however but that one time was SHOP '
mark tbat be ..a. born in the MACHINE .
1 r entries have been declared vacat year enough to make him an Incurable leper. : \ .
1843, the same In which born uAAAAAAalL1A1UTAAAAIAAsUtVUAAAAALAAtLAALALAAAAsCe. .
? ed.' This ,action is taken because the year was GAB ENGINE REPtttfS A SPECIALTY

4 e bad not complied with the tbe late J, Wells Cbampney of Boston I. Tina Curious Limpet.. ALL KINDS of LATHE and SHAPED WORK -- -
entrymen when true artists were born. and not I The limpets are a curious kind of

t' law regarding continuous residence. made." It is probably known to but shellfish. They resemble the abalones GAS 'ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR D. W FENT0N &
This action will serve several Miami .
+ A few of our citizen* that Mr. Wells wa in in their habits. The Interior Is madeof SALE

I [ : people pretty.hard as they have made former years an artist of no little ability the most brilliant colors bronze and Near Ferry Landing, Lake Front H:,,, : .......
considerable improvements on their iridescent hues predominating. Theyare t--- :: M Undertakers and '"

I "t I" tl claima. The action of the government but wag driven from the confinement found on the west coast of Mexico WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA "...-.-. -.'- -......i
of the studio 111 .
I will throw many homesteads open to by health. Now, on and are so large that the people use ., ..) ;j ..
account of health none too good hv returns them for wash basins. .... EmbalmersGruber (
'..j I tilers. .IN CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH: JUDICIAL .. ,;: J ,
". ee to easel and the work recently They are ferocious animals and prey I I t'Ircuit.DadoCOnntyFlorida. chancery.: .

t : The fishing schooner Florida was lout executed by him shows that he has not with great voracity on clams. Tie Margaret Arnold v* Uroiini )\Orderliarrleon Block. Narcissus Street ''WEST PALM BEACH FLA ',

} ';; : with all on board oft Catnpeache Banks quite forgotten hi. old tricks. process seems slow, but tbe limpet always Thomson Oroom ) :
To "arrlMnn homnun Groom : ,,
.
recent hurricane I gets there. He gets his ------
during a Mr. % H. Doster'h.1t kindly offered cover Ton are hereby required to appear and -- '-
over the unsuspecting; clam and puts plead, answer or demur. to the bill of com
in the Nan
For a third time, the Jury the ute of one of his store windows for .
exhibited against In the above
Patterson murder case in NewyYork has the exhibition of Mr. Wells" latest portrait I his big toot on his shell, generally on a styled plaint cause, at the: court:yon house, at Miami GEO. HASLEHDRST & SON ,"
I weak spots. Then he whips out a long Dade' County Florida' on Monday: Juneath.
I I tailed to agree. The woiuau wlll'probably of the beloved Jefferson, and it I. wiry tongue and proceeds to bore a Ail). 1IMIH. and Itia ordered that the order '

t +f4 t bly be given her liberty on a nominal; ,' learned teat the portrait will\ be placedin bole: In his captive. '"When this Is done bep wt. +k ubll-hed for lour In ronMieutlve The Tropicnl week"Hun one each ,, '"

;' ) t tall. the window in a few.days. the shell file/ open, and the limpet Is lath Done day and of ordered Aartl.A.at JI) Miami, Florida/', thin. Contractors smd Builder .,

JBroward bas appointed E. free to feast on the poor clam's car- E.C.DEARUORNCA
Governor
r ; ;i N ward- While business is slack tryja little ad- cass. He eats but a part and leaves ; CD.: Real) Clerk Circuit Court,
: ( A. Graham, of Miami, to be game; Ueo. O. Currle, Complainant'slollrltor; .
vertising and see if it will be different. the refit for the fishes of the sea. Apl lU-wo P. O. BOX J04 1'n "" ,'
: ea (for Dade county. :4

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