The Tropical sun
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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: May 16, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00283
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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: TO BE ;ENLARGE At, ap. Adjourned:! Meeting of tie People! as They Come and. Qo- -KNOX HATS-starldard of the world The new swing; bridge of the P. S C.R'y .

': Town Council Held 'Wednesday People Whom You Mayor I' -at: ANTHONYS! BROS. 41 Is being placed In position this week.

-- Afternoon. _, Iff fay Not Know. Close ,figuring at W. P. IIatchetts.;s. One of the Improvements noticed ...this

," His.edvt.,tells !about It."Parold : week, is the painting of Alderman L. W.Burkhart's "'

: .J COMMITTEE DECIDES ,TO PURCHASE The Town Councilmet in regular >esslou "M..;:U, 'John, of-,Stuart, was a visitor Roofing." See ad. of G. JF. grocery store. '

'on Tuesday ,evening, when there _m town.' Monday Paddison' on page 6. Contractor, W. 'll. Sanders has his

; were present Geo W. Potter and Aldermen : I A |jolly party of young people! enjoyed track how ready on the East Side and la
; Griffin In from
o Acres Additional, Which l Will.. beUsed, !. for the Colored Uurkhardt B. H. DJmick! J. .C. Friofaylaat was town, Rivieraplautatiqn i i very nice dance in the Public Library filling in on the Bench Club property

if Lanther and A. B, Otwell. The minutet'of -. hall. on the Lakefront, last Tuesday A large dredge _has arrived at West
resentoputatlon. Will be ade Possl- ,
,, Arrangements ,Dt! "Burton B. Coe, the well known cc u.
\. 'K the last meeting; were read and ap" evening. Palm Beach to be used by the F. E. C.
;:...' ** ble for a of Water for A received tractors Will in town Friday of feat(" '
Supply Cemetery., proved. petition was fro.m? \ Construction work on the new Jedern R'y-in their bridge operations here this
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Irvine Hlscock permission to erect *
block has been with all postible -
vM south side-jol Mr; Brown of Scotia Lake!
frame residence on the John Farm speed this week, and Coutractoi Local fishermen complain of trouble
e. ..nasal, meetttng of the tale: 1 f the /second. In Ibis! Touucctlon, tbtrusteeswere ', Datura Street. Oa'motion ol l Aldermen Worth ipent ,Sunday with friend \Jintown. Paine Is making every day count at tljiis with jelly fish and comment on the tin.

"A 1'0 Te h Cemetery: ,Aotoclatlou, was nel'tflie'puUlio Riven' authority to havethe Lauther mud .Burkhardt the! petition wat .- I stage of the. operations. '' usual number that are to be fund tns{\

//iwii" library ball on: .Tuesday 'ground surveyed *t;Once sad put inQT'ler granted. 'Captain Bryan of Jacksonville, distract Alderman frame year In Lake WortU. < ?

1'lcrn'JD'Sec'y'Geo WV''Potter presided jl l fui" Immediate InterVient\ ot tl><* The following accounts! were presented, agent'of the Cable Piano Corn pay.le building onBanyan 7.C.Laulher's Street,large which fpr- The Ladies' Aid Society of the UnionCongregational

: and there were nlso present colored! dead. Jt was further! decided for payment: in again pnbusiness.Mia .
c I to.wu : his has bee Church Mrs.cGlnleY'1 .
vt;v elye ladies of the Ladjea\ ,Cemetery: :, llml the- colored people now buried in L-. ,W. Burkhardt .a-jpplles. for apd nerly adjoined restaurant meets at
Evelyn Clark of arrived .
: Daytona the :\% afternoon
F' moved to new Plagler addition on Friday to sew.
Improvement Association, ends a half the,.white cemetery must be remoyed at painting of fire boxes $ :atxJt ,
tip here Saturday ,to;spend several to the town. The work was 'done byj J. All ladies interested are cordially invited.
+ ekaen members of the Cemetery, AiUbciujun. once bjr the-relatives or friends of thoseinterred. f Porter wagon' 15,00 .
M scavenger weeks Jhe' .of 'her friend .
'' ; MjssAnthony E3, Aruett house mover. ,
CTMfiCueu.balance due
j oa night ; 'tAG ,
; The ,report: of Sec'y Potter showed Another important matter that Mr. w.tchmau'ssalfr Il1Aug. 'otr 16''oa A Washington despatch on Saturday\ The services of the ,street sprinkler

that the amount on hand rt present!, Carrie brought up, was that ,t>f. water A. B. OtiyeTT, paid foe'street re'pr 4F4o: ,G. Rlegel,.one i>f the prop'rletprsof itates that Representative of Flpr. would be, very much appreciatetTduring

was nearly 1150-00; with some small supply for the cemetery apd on motion Ou motion ot M sars. Burkhardt apd' *the' West,.Palm.! Beach Pharmacy,. baa Ida, bad qul'e! a severe fall the night tills dry weather. Many of the town

5 amounts due on lots to collect. The of Mr. Currie seconded by Mrs. Burn Dirnick, the accounts were accepted apd returned' from an enjoyable outing 'Ha jrevious but.fortunately was only el'ght- streets are so dnsty that their condition ,

?input,Important.matter which ,came up 1mm* tha,tru t es were given authority ordered paid. New'york, y Injured being able to' be; about fiistnties has actually become a public n nuisance. t

,/ for discussion was, tba of the question to arrange, If possible for the supply MAYORALTY PETITION.j :ttJIMa101': :: ,a ,,MrifWhllldm left Sun- shortly afterwards. Mrs. Tiffany Sproul has vacated 'the

f ,burial. 1 of .negroes In, the cemetery from the yvater works poithejleadiug duyporung! for .the! north. 'Cheexpect' : Repairs and improvements are to;(be Manilla house on. Banyan Street and

Gas" .per. Mr Potter bad suggested pro- The matter of providing cock: roads A petition business signedby and over profeasiooal fifty to: return to West .Palm' 'Beach. ,eaflyin uade to the United States Weather :Bu! moved into the new- addition north of.

1 rjng,:more land near?(he present ,1tn' was an Important!! item on the program men of West Palm Beach, was presented NovembrnQfJ reau's building at Jupiter und the> Secretary town and is occupying' her new boardinghouse <

!I' \ery some tlmeVgok; and as a matter, oft fontieuifteriipou, and' in this, connection* '' !_ >u'acll. asking that the Council' ; >;> Clerk deo S. Adam and family of the Department of Agricultures : which she has named "The
!, fait, had purchased and set apart aome Mr. Currie reported: that no Inure; rock Sir. n. !bens been*pending a few,days In lift I Iliad advertising for bids for the work. See, Illlngworth."
Haaier taht
two sees; of short wttleh'were now held for,road building could be obtained from( appoint ot Ctids. to filltbe: ; ; visiting; ,frienaeaThey! ..wiltretr, 'rw ttverhQdy'ecolwt.4e4nialaaue., \ : ".". :i7exlrfhuvsdayatrdai9ig'Msy..roinia"'

.w by the'lowfl:: ," but which could be purchased .. the County Commissioner until all the caused position by the Mayor temporary departure vacsqe'from : to ,town. tomorrow Philadelphia quotation on. Indian, lawn fete will\ be given on Park Cottage j

: -' ti' foil use a* an addition to ..theCetueja COunty.roadll; are finlah cJ. It was..no* town t of Ex-Mayor WllmJn Whilldin.The .' I Mr... baa'A. Stone,,of the Palm Beacb liver pineapples tills week are $6 1f e r lawn under the auspices of tbd Ladies .' .

.J. a.. }- aid to ho,.used solely for the necessary J? obtain some other material Council 'discussed the matter I Hotel:.6 far have the management tfiii rate: and this, in spite of heavy ship- Guild, Holy Trinity !Mission. Ices cake'

\ e (J" :..;":--.? negro population. After abort dlscui"Btisionpu. : and.he suggested that of shell, roads.'The considerable length and Alderman I oumwn of the Plimpton House 'ai :kept CrlJyn1t.? !! pines,,wbich, : arej>eifnj ind lemonade will he served, and- an

..; : ".I'l: : ,.motion of. Messrs', Currie andCoVltwell ladles' committee were empowered Burkhardt raised the question as'I' !, Watch Hill, R, I. .% lent north at the rate .of fully twenty enjoyable time is promised all who., at :
,,the Association decided to pur.'j to spend what funds they aee /fit fqr thi thousand week tend. .. -
/ fandly4 packages per
t \ whether the Council could appoint e Mr. Paruialy .S. Clapp and ol
twcwacre this : of bell for the bulldlng'sbell oT
from the 'town purchase !
[ gentleman who he said was not /ID UUna plant 'UolI.left lust week for, s Theilia Steam Laundry is nt>winning T. T. Recce secretary of the Beach-

', t :d. 'F d"to be surveyed, layed out .Into, lots road actul resident! of the town. Alderman] couple of mouth visit to their forroei. outfirstclaeswork., Mr. Mur- Club, has important improvements underway
: A .the term of the old Messrs.
tS ; Wvfid sold to the colored: people. trustees
; Dimick was of the opinion that the niat- Home! in New York. > ;. y Aultman, at Sewell Bros' store has for their East Side properly At
f r. Cnrrle'reported that he and Mr. Geo. W.. Potter, W. I. MeLcalr and
t ter of residence did not debar, a perqoc Mr. C. B: Kendall, of The Tropipal he ]Vest Palm Beach apency. All work present they are extending the sea wall
+f \V. f>Metcal{ had,, from time to t'mo' Senator Dimlck had expired, it was necessary .
rode into
" r from accepting andfilllng mupiclpal atefiI confined :eft with him will received-prompt 61- several the Lake adding
any been
Sun ; has topic
: induce colored to truatrees and the ; born
,' endeavored, to prominent appoint ,pew! "
Satisfaction to the the
office. entldn. guaranteed. It.. greatly appearance ot ground
from blood
this week suffering poisonIng -
J'e.ldenlll to buy'new ground: near the election was proceeded with Before the .
At the reques 6f some of the council. caused by poison Ivy. The. DeLand Record Says the fed About this favorite resort.
cemetery, but up .tothi tlme nominations were made Mr. Currie took (
,c preifeut the oplutbn of fudge ,Saunders wat filler Is playinghavoc with the foliage The graduation: exercises: of, the West
Thomas / _
had been unable to accomplish! liny occasion to pay a glowing tribute to.Mr. Mr. McRae. Palatka. rf p-
\ aake"tl'.a, that gentleman said tlpar ,if the trees and causing loU uf Palm Beach Grammar School will be
thing, An offer had been made to have Ceo: W. Potter; Mr: Metcalf and Senatot_ ; resentfnlil'' ,the Cudahy Packing! Company orange
during his visit to Miami at Co'urt last he fruit to To the fruit the Held on Friday evening, at
drop. lave May ajrd
,the cemetery association -.committee- Diuilck. for their! ,valuable! services Ht .. Chicago: was In town on :Tuesday:.
I week the question of eligibility' of 090 rees should be sprayed with an emu]: 7:30: In the Union Congregational'church.
care his business ,
managglbe property and take of trustees and for the work _that they had JB regular trip. ;
residents, to fill municipal office :had\ I IMr ion every week or two. It doe. up \\he A program by ton pupils will" be rendered
..Sikr S1tdni; eyed that had ,been of no,avail in accomplished. The Ladies' Committeewas .,}L JIammon is another of thtwinter.vteitors '
come up there and Judge Jones had rfpider in quick .order and saves "'Jurfruit. which all patrons und friend. ate
ecurlug action! It, pow rematnetf} for not forgotten :either, ..ad'a _heart) stated that the,law did not require tl at ,at ,Palm Beach who liar! cordially invited enjoy.: ,
4 something to be done at once. vote of thanks was tendered them,, OL ,one north for }lie ,aummer. Mr. Ilapi-
of-a office Shoulo
On motion of M.... Everett and Mrs. motion of Messrs. Spencer end, Burkhardt. a holder municipal moo left nJIIInda1.nlornlng.? : ;This week the Everglade Produce Oa Monday afternoon 'last the mem.

Buruham, ie waai, cieteil'Jo'' make the necessarily be a resident of the municlpality. ,Mr. and Mrs. SgmuelClow, ,of Mfnneapolls Company have put in 'a !stock of.hay, bers of the West Palm Beach Ladies'
The Court. had held that .
and 'to resulted In and grain having. ,,added this ,department [fame Missionary of the
sections: 8x8 feet' In size charge The election ofl trustees the non-tesldent was eligible, Je 'lan., are at WestPalm, Beacli! Society Methodist
the sum of |j co, or if purchaser desired unanimous choc( of MeasraCU. G: Cur' in their' ,wedding trip and to their regular line of business church were delightfully, entertain
Ald. Dimick stated that he satisfied .are"t.Y'Eatbe
I "lo purchase a full ,Jot, 16x16 .feet, the ( ; home of'Mr. ,Clow's' mother jpn Those who are buying feed will sive ed at the home of Mrs. George L. Bran-
Burn-ham. that Mr. Hauler waa eligible, but po waa ,
I I money by purchasing from Give
ulng. There waa a large
p ice to be 'io.oo for the entire lot. what the Lake front. attendance
-Ou motion; of Messrs. Currie and I I the trustee met and elected Mn ,A. ,B, I only a question tic hla'ueed es>to # them a trial. They ,also carry a large and all present thoroughly enjoyed the
the council bad In reference to and Mrs. Eaton returned to
Spencer, the Association resolved l to Otwell president, and Mr. G..G. Currie, power an Dr. Wpst stock of poultry butter eggs potatoes.. hospitality of their hostess
appointment. Alderman lJurlrbardt sag: Palm Beach on Tuesday evening from fruits and all kinds of produce.
+ from two II secretary and treasurer of the Assocla-
purchase the city -
acres paying
geated laying the mattef over until positive an enjoyable holiday trip to northern, On Monday afternoon Judge A. J.
cash. (for one acre with. an option on tlod, '_ information could. be obtained on coast resorts The doctor' friends will About half past four o'clock' 'Wednesday Lewis, Supt. of Holy Trinity Sunday

the point. be glad to know that his health lies afternoon .a portion of the scaffold School entertained the Suuday Schoolchildren

,The Pineapple Crop. 1 lila'lghty-Fourth; Birthday.Yesterday Aldermen Otwell aud Barkhandi been greatly benefitted. tug on the east wall of the new Jefferson' and teachers to a ride on the

'A ,Tropical c Soo representative had the ,1-' \l'nthe eighty-fourth anal moved that Geo. ,,W. Potter b j nominated Mr. Will Whldden, Mrs. Wbidden apd Block collapsed while several masons merry go round. Needless to says the

.pleasure!!!! }his week ,of visiting the Ja.1 v.erut701 !the birth of Judge A..1. Lewis, to fill out. the unexplred, term. child, left this' morning for' the north.Mrs. were at work. Half a doxen were young folksand the old folks too,
thrown to/the flloor distance of
c .m'oua'pneapple( section along the In. one of the highly respected legal gentle. Alderman.Dimick nominated Mr. Chaa.B Whldden will'visit for some tim' below a 4 enjoyed it immensely nor did they forget

f -'-dlan River between Waveland Jensen men of West palm "1 ellcb. In celebra.Uon Hanier for Mayor Mr. Potter' positively at her former home In Georgia. whileMr. bout ten feet but fortunately uone to thank Judge Lewis for his great

,rind Ankona. -It I it- no .exageratlou tosay of the event.Mayor. Burkhardt very refused to accept the.\nominatioi Wblddeifwill 1 : 'enjoy: a" hunting trip{ unstained serious injury with the ex: kindness. .

that there are hnodreds! -ti'.creiolpines kindly placed at the disposal of Judge and finally on otioa'or Alderenen'DlmIck. through northern Florida.Mr.audMnv. :option.of a mason !named.Mike Giveps, The merrY'l. -round has been doing a

that In a few weeks will be readyfor Lewteitt.pretty dew launch and shortly and Lauther, the. Board adjourned entertained also was struck by falling timbers and land-office business this week and the
Hoffman a and braised about the
shipment to J\h*great market of,the after two o'clock in the afternoon \the, to meet again; Wednesday. afternoon few of their friends at their )home I..' painfully Head. The cut noise 'of the crash quicklydrew I young folks have been liberal patrons.
-- Dor}b. The pines are doing well ,and following gentlemen! stepped aboard the at 3 o'clock in order to afford an opportunity I Proprietor A L. Allen is making art
Monday evening on the eve of the departure crowd and" at first it was thought
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promise a very large yield. Rain Is trim little craft at the city: wharf for the member of( the council U;' rangemcnts: to leave here for, the North
of -Mrs, Hoffman for the porlh that GIvens had been fatally Injured.Dr. .
Deeded badly,, though a" few !!tower namely.; obtain legal advice! on the VCrint atjssve. early next week. but as a speutnl offer he
thane fallen In" certain"sections, much to ", Judge.Lewis, and,! ;his guests, Mayor The,Board adjourned at 845. Mr. Hoffman and ,ber Two, children, Burnham was the first to arrive on had a ladies' riding contest Friday afternoon

.:,the benefit of the plants. Burkhardt, Judge II. B. Saunders, J. 0.McGlnleyT MR. BURKHARDT ApPOtNTED will yiiiit friends and relatives in. Kentucky the scene but the injured mo did not for which cash prices totaling; |$
S 5' % Indiana", !and Illinois, for a periodof require medical attention.The .
Among the prominent grower visited! ; .,W,,I'. Hatch'elt Louis Burk. ,The-Town Council held an adjourned twoutontbaorwore. were given.! ? .

t ;were Messar James Holmes, C> T. harsh,LouU.Wolf, Ben H. footer, LP.' meeting onWednesday' afternoon at annual picnic of the Methodist The social and business_ meeting of the

'Wolf, J. "WIII8, W. R, Jlanlee, Capt. Lane;Max: Sirkin, and Harry L. Brown o'clock. At this meeting there Janrei Stanley Moffattt former manager Sunday School of West Palm Beach"" Christian Endeavor took
t three place at the
,;Richard and Dr.)IcCIInton.\ The Sun of The Tropical Sun. *, : of the ,Western; ,Union'Telegraph was held on ,Saturday'! ,last at ManalapanBeach. ,
Geo..W of the
were. present ,Aldermen ;Pott,er, parsonage Congregational: Church
1a l also under compliment to -Proprietor, The party 'Hfoceeded -
.J. L. Jensen of the At Fresco hotel who Worth to !oULan..e. .. after a shortstop. Otwell and J..C. Lautlier. as ,operator with the Postal Telegraph five young people,, teachers, and friend uersons were pre.eot.. After the transaction

,did much to !make )h.laCt:' ,enjoyable: ] thefe" ,ttrev ,return: journey' was ,..com.I At the outset-Mr. Potter.. who. was Co., in Birmingham Ala. Mr, of.the.school t took the steamer "Palm ; of business refreshments, were i
The Al Fresco maintain its old-time menced. On th j trip refreshments were Moffatt baa a good position and la doing Beach'* from. the city wharf and proceeded
accompanied by Mr _0. G. Currie served ice cream cake etc: Avery
popularity\ and. f ven at this early l season,1 I serv. J. ;Before ,arriving ,at. the, city : well. Alt who.. are acquainted with him, down the Lake tol'Lhe beautiful
; stated that he bad been advised byDr pleasant time was* spent and much en
4 bas wharf\ the, health :othe guest of the know' that his ,ambition i 1. to cllur picnic grounds opposite Hypoluxo, .
manygueets.\ ( actually the"acting joyed all
!! Currte that hews. by lt8eut.
,". I day was proposed and most heartily ,and. that he would,, therefore, higher and;higher, .I and! will be pleased I where the day al. spent. .. In the usual p
v v .4ecr.dConcert.' 'I received; and'Judge- Lewis'.matte abrief Mayor at bin aucpess.Mr I pleasant recreations. A shower of rain City Clerk Geo. S. Adam* announces
have to vacate hi*) potjtloh a*...C.blr ;
rbeolto..lalf' jMrogrant ",111.be rendered and feeling reply to the kind expressions *. Benjamin. Jerome who owns : came up in the afternoon but that did Ills candidacy for the office of County
the council, and that 'it.would be
by lh. Lake Worth Band Quartet! { of good((: will of his friends. Mayor man .: ,Prenuleut a lovely winter, residence on Daturs not 'Interfere ,with the enjnymeat of the Tax,Assessor. There can be uo question

on Sunday uveaing.May'igthr what Mr. Adams. will receive 'the!

J. ltzm.aa.__...".... .__............, l tnt three be.rtcheenl' were given and tem On' :moll :,........ and Otwell. J,..W. ByrkhsrUt!;, ,wan,,if-. here ahe .w>41 join her husband and
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a. H,m. .... .... -?: abounded,, everywhere.. The boat returned West Palm Beacb but of the other
duly acknowledged. .
,, spend the En route 'he 'Will
...<....,Weber .1.1e. ted to act as Chairman.; UK annimerr '
8. P. a tlgorrtiartett.n polo
+ e. Air frontFrlMchnti...,...:::...W.be' ..-I'- The minute) ot \meeting of jh W her fine orange: grove at Brantley. about five o'clock; and all onboard portions ot the county of Dude. He
I Before leaving West Palm eacb .Mra. were enthusiastic in their praise won d make, if elected., a worthy and
p .;+_ A. Kvcnlnif Bong .-....._....-..,Kubl ll Born. .
k" 6. -XJiiJ .b.WTWb,Vo ITIU!. W"Walkover" .. taste. Clarke Palm night previous.were\ .then- head" ..Jifld Jerome had bet a.m. -enrolled on The of Mr. Goo. IM Branniug and ,Mr. Ceo I efficient officer and bu record: as""a 1,
At West Beach on
adopted, A, .tin-ppluion prepared; Tropical Sun mailing' list, that durlnu
\"i! ....._' J ToOl... !.' Friday May 9 1901 to Mr. and Mrs her absence from the State sbe'miabL M.Taylor, who were the ,committee 1111 young man of marked ability ie too well 1
; 'u''Cco"tlaued '
Shoe*-AMXBOMV BOt' W; T. Clarke, a daughter. '( oil Puiie" II)' ktep in1 touch: with the news.. charge of |rFe outing. : known to need soy further comment.c' ,

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Commto- A grout! deal of adverse criticism
'rho Board of Comity
". Plouacr Paper of Dad County Florida. loners of,Dade County has played la bard\ around town at. the action\ '3 REPORTS RECEIVED do r ;'

''t- the connell in- ftftmpletoly ignoring J
to casual observer -
MbrewtJ a
n very $
successful game ot the petition-tot \half a hundred At the first! Regular Meeting of
F'' HARRY ,L. BROWN. MANAGER.HSO politics securing 'for therowlvpf prominent biiHlridss, and professional.. the :'Board of .Jade. heldWednesday' x_ \ ourFiguring

': 4. 1 I' SVCRV FRIDAY, the beautiful thin coat of whitewashat { men t> appoint Mr.' Chas. E. Ilajnoer Night.The :... ,. :
r AT WST: PALM SIAOH.DADA COUNTY.FLORIDA' to the position'of! Mayor to fill the "
: the hands of ft committee of the i iI

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. 2.00 A YeAR..nt.red Grand Jury last week at Miami. vacancy, caused by resignation first regular! meeting of|lhe new L'we .
rY The facts In the case so far as Wf of Hon. Wilmon Whilldin. It wouldteem'that : Board of Trade;' of West PalmLBeacb, 6uy A.

+ at the PostolTlce of Went Palm Bead have been able to verify them' Or' practically: unanimous : was held In the public *library ball out "
y -
ueeeond.clRaamatter. Commissioners, endorsatioa by the people, was regarded Wednesday evening; president Doster Goods
these'The County we Ala ,
dw.k ;
; \, FUIDAY! MAT 10. 1903. be mad !; by a majority of.the council presided and In the, abn nco of Sec'y H, soye
'tbllt effort might .
; %. 9a 1D an board. carrying no- weight and itt f., Branning,-whd< I It attending court atMiami FIGURINO... ,.:....... I t(' r'
fe ? 1 }t by some bf the taxpayers of Dade to '
The sympathy of the whole Hvil- bring; to the attention of the Grand precedent has been.set which may lee S. B. Dean was. appointed M When wit bought' our,' Frult' Jarf, Caps, .> Rubbers, Preserving
acting Tbere present ..
secretary. were I ( ..
Ized world out to the Inhabitants trans taken tp heart by the raid! payers as .
; goes fury theifreryquestionable ICettles
about twenty members of the Boar&STREET''IMPROVEMENT,4 etc. When we'll
t are ready give
of the little Island of Martini actions )la the matter of the Miami gentle hint that In future;'petitionswill : .- you .. / -

and to tbe eurvlorc not be considered. .-Why the "Jfou Jthe benefit of out figuring
que. especially "iridge contrast and the yarjous private After the reading oi the minutes! and < ?
y' of the terrible calamity whtnl nppropriatlonAmade! month b.v council should havevacted as they their adoptlnn the reporju of commit-- I w _
'; visited the city of St. Pierre. month to. certain members' of( the have done jniincomprehensible'forthe ( teea were received The first commit- :

l Hoard of-County Commies' onere, excuse advanced for passing over: t teft's report was tbat of streets and hgh] : W. P.llUItKHARDT'S J HATeHETTJ

t I. New Zealand In steadily lowerinp' who seem to consider public office P, his nomination cannot hold water' in ways, of which W. Helm la chairman .

the railroad rates and bettering th. orlvateatiap, went before the gram? .view of the fact .that the nominee 'isiclually The report briefly drew attention to the ..., _

service; The people'sown'' the road, ''nry andaskfd. tbntrnn (io'vestigatior a property owner and a taxpayer fact that the Town Council has been a I
r within the c6r"porate limits ol making much needed, repairs to some of o
hnd tbe people want it done. In thli be made of their conduct. "

country the rates go up. Corpora The strange: feature of this investl-! West Palm Beach. No. long-winded, the business 'streets. Suggestions were Neat Palm Beach, May D, hip

y' tiona own the roads here which I IBO ration seems to lie 'In the) fact thntro legal I argument ia neccessary' to made to/have the Council repair the

I, much better![-Orlando Record. effort wall made hy those conducting prove that Cbns: E. Harder is "a roads leading and to the cemetery further and also A MERITORIQUS '
to Mnngonla a suggestionwas
member of the in Itstrue
body politic,
the Investigation to secure tbnreoenre <
that attention, be pnld to maintaining r ARTICLE
J Canadian that th and te tlmony'of those wbc sense', but Just what Ibis mean. .:.
dispatches say the city park, watering plants and ,
f spring cleanup of gold in the [floe have repeatedly, and in public print. In this present case ia.. rather indefinite planting flowers along the Lake front. About three years ago "The Pierce Company oM4ew :York"* '<

dike I in estimated at $30,000,000 made the charges; and to the satisfaction and it has been suggested: On motion of Me srs. Currie and Lew- Induce4 us to place'on sate their Agate Paint.In .

will be comfortahli ( of the that the "body politic" in this Initnnceis lethe report of the highways:: committee
which a very publicgenerally; proven that time, Boatmen have learned that It; is' the best paint
addition to the world's of th them tithe impropriety o1nndnctuof nn exclusive society Which was accepted and the suggestions therein'were
supply as they ever used, regardless: of prIce or quality of any -other
has to the present time not been adopted.
c ,yellow metal. This cleanup will t b. these offlclnls. In other up
i '" the in tbe of th vordeeit'was Investigation 'July and legally; incorporated. Di. FIRE PROTECTION. make.HpUSG
greatest history an ex-part9 : Owners, who used it, have the satisfactionof :\
i' ';,.: .arctic gold; field, and indicates that I II from the start with no intention it understood (tbat the "THOpicAt Chairman John B Beach of the public seeing their buildings stay painted. :No bare streaks '''o.. y

I will furnish a permanent. source o .>f placing before the grand: Jury the :5UN:! nor Indeed' any citizen of West buildings and- agricultural committeewas them today, with a prospective paint bill. .
Palm Beach can not: find fault' with, absent, but a report was -mnde for
th. i
Supply. .. "ill facts. Iteven appears that This Paint has an unusually heavy body. One gallon
th choice him by Mr. .W. Potter. This re-
( suggestion of at least one grand ju- ) Iqldeby the'council; thai t will take enough oil to'maka almost Two gallons. It would be ]

a During the visit of Prince Ilenr.i or to the effect that if the matte' !Is not the point.The .question, ,is, port stated 1 that the fire apparatus on cheap at $2 ...jjalloii. We.can jell it an low aa $1.35 per ,
ill hand consisted of an engine donated by
\ the New York brewers treated thf vas to be gone into at allthepereonnuking shall the plainly expressed. willof the Mr. .Flagler, probably worth $800.00 gallon and l guarantee that you will be pleased.L. .

crew of the imperial yacht. Tfi. the charges upon which tin people who' have electedcertnir, tad a large quantity of hose The value

r deck officers managed to save Severn' : investigation was based should h. (gentlemen; to sit in council us theli "tt the; apparatus together- with the w. BURKHA T.Finest. \ Grocer i rt

t '\'\ kegs to take home to their friends tailed to state the f facts upon nbicl! representatives, be' put ..into effect amount paid so far for water', totaled \

? Ohe arrival at Kiel thin beer wo rhe-chnrges: were made was entirely l>y those representatives.: There can 15004.00. The report suggested the t purchase J4 will"palyou to purchase Coupon Boo fir,

U''' seized by the German customs houR I ignored. ,, be no gainsaying the fact that: evrry and placing- of one hundred fire

.' and 'The officers forced to pay $1J1.5t ., Even more, we are informed by ont. one of the forty-nine gentlemen whr extinguishers in different portions of the "

I,t', duty, then the beer was sold n .the gran
AI auction. Many palates were tils' resentment as read in. court Hauler mayor have been sat on. stand pipe for additional water supply.
1 ; open PHRK
On motion of Judge Lewis and T. D I
Loll sat bn hard. _
I Via' appointed. ind published in the papers of thiiountyv .
Brown, the'report wail 'accepted. A
l :, was never submitted Ito thi 'FAVORS lengthy 'dl cll88loo-follqwed aft to the ,
S( t lion. Tt. Hudson, Burr, of Littl grand jury either to be voted) upoi : TROt""AL.Soar J advisability of purchasing gre extln ---_. 'a SPLENDIDLY LOCATED on the

} ti IlivfiT, Bade county candidate fo )r inspected, after it had been re Referring gulshers, some favoring the purchase of Transient Rates ( Shorts and overlooking BBAUTIPtfL. LAKE

J Railroad Commissioner, announce vritten and prepared by the corn mit- to the proposed consolidation a large chemical engines: . Reasonable f
of the Palm .Beach :_ WORTH. Comfortable, airy, well-furuished 1'1
and Man- # -
Lid candidacy and platform in to *ee appointed for the purpose, but President Dorter left' the chair, which ---- r _
.. court aronia public schools with that ol was then occupied by Vice-rresidcnt C. :Special Rate "' rooms. 'iGood <
day's Chronicle. lie Is 'a goo vas handed directly to the .. Dy the Week I kt
West Palm Beach I wish to give the R.'Hamer, to suggest that, the Board ( home cooking and table service: ,
holiest man, industrious, competen mbracing/: the statements exculpa-' .-. ---r.-. '1
of lion'' of Trade bend their efforts in -
opinion the L.D._ J. Harvey. the direc -
and in every way worthy of th lng the County Commissioners am; Add
.. Superintendent of Public Instruction lion of securing VDetterWater service, Callron '
position to which he aspires. H) lacing them beforethe public ucnodela Tklrs.: M. O. MADISON: Prop:, .
of Wisconsin. which would tend to lower the insurance
U one of Dado county's .enterprisin: of purity and public recti =
made motion
lie seconded
In,admirable address rates. a by W5e
farmers, and a true friend to th 'ude, not only did not meet their Harvey on The of Problemof Superintendent :: J. B' McGinley that the Board of Trade, .......................-......................-..... \?
laboring. and farming classes of tb. ipproval but they went not glvei; act with the Council in asking for adequate -
Rural Schools," herald : \f; 1Tb* Newly ForllshadThroughout! .. Rates "1.50 Der. lay .1." if ,
'State. Citrua Co. Chronicle. to alter amend !
my opportunity oJbJect. water supply for fire 'purp9Sct. : -
special 1Jstes".by ata.k e..nth :
small school of from: five to }jw lvrpupila +
motion II
... ) Briefly it was a pretnetficnted This carried. .
: '
t One of the angling hop; has writ and successful attempt 't< ,and its certain accompaniment ; l The neat!'matter to be considered\ 'I'. THE -;
the poor teacher, le the greatest how best to make the request. Finany
ten to 'a published in Net -ailroad through this body of examiners i-
." York devoted paper to such sport, an' a political white wash that evil In rural school life. '1 advo a motion was moved by Messrs. McCln- i.Commercial Hotel

cote consolidation of districts and ley and Sirkin that the public buildings .
would lessen the
boasted of his success-150 trout I: help'to suspicion
transportation of pjipils as a remedy committee be authorized" to prepare a !
I one dny. lie had not made himsel chat seems so well substantiated bj for the small school. resolution to be forwarded to the.Town : CLEM. >ITIS i AVENUE, NEAR JEFFERSON BLOCK ''

; : familiar with the laws of tho Stat 'acts in the conduct of Dadaa! County. -_ "" Council! to be by them enclosed with 'I .

{ (Penn.), which do not permit of tb" .Fathers. ".. Yours' ;X7ITIZBN. >" any resolution they may see fit to pass :. O. Wi SOHMID, Proprietor. #

I) taking, of more than 50 trout; in on It seemed, further, as an example and sent on to officialaof the water .

day. ]1'W' each fish taken over 5i .f f the white-waflhing process, that I. ,works plant. The motion carried. : Special 'Attention to All Rooms Lights* '

!,. ., a. line of $10 is exacted hence bowes ben certain members of the grand L W. BURKHARDT'APPOINTED 'REVISE THE ORDINANCES.A S ? Travelling Men With Gras S

f Y' the State 1,000, and we true, fury asked.to'see the bids offered bj MAYOR resolution waa presented by Judge:

{; Urn Game and Fish! Warden: will collect the several_ contractors whom thtommisslonera Lewis to the effect that the committeeon .: Free Sample_ Room, ;

,f( it.-Fishing Gazette, N. Y. : claimed hud made laws be ordeuan4ea, carefully go .e..ta.tts ...............................................*.
Contlnaed from Pngi
bids, that one, and only title was to ( 1.) over the town and -suggest(

The of cent telt he found, and that was t the bid of th.. by Messrs. Cbllllngwortli& Currie any amendments or alterations that maybe
d possibility one
touching on the qualifications necessary ,found necessary and In the Interests
Company to whom the contract wawordell. '
i phone messages; over short distanceia for of the ; Mmbmlt these amendments n S.
a person to hold say municipal town BQTSIoRD&CO.
There is I
nothing strange
} now suggested.; Wonderful, ir office was read by, Mr. Currle Noml to the Town Council for their. "
in this from the fact that the '
reductions I II IIrl simple -
; have been tbe
't"? deed nations were then taken for the posit careful consideration
I cost innumerable articles of dail! ; 2lerk of the Board of County Commissioners Ion of Mayor. Alderman Lauther notni In connection with these resolutions,

use in recent years, and it may b himself, and probably no sated Geo. W. Potter. Aldermen the Judge stated that he would like to .Dry Goods, Notions ,

that long before the present generation ther living m"lI. baa ever seen and Dimlck nominated Cba E. a"mer'uper.ille see the ordinances made more severe for -- .

passes off the stage, th.t ether bid. It II'UH always unon' petition presented to the.,coun. petty-offences, and that instead of }lock- : ,> and 'Ladies' Furnishfngs ....

fortunate American will rejoice ore cult for mortal eves to see a thing cit and Alderman Otwell nominated L. log up offenders for short-term in the ,

t cent that neither is nor': has been in ex- Wt BurkUardt. Mr. Potter positively jail,Afeey: IJB. made tovserre their time at 1 I \ ..-
cent one telephpn- -
;.postage .,.
refused to accept the nomination, and hard labor. This plan would helprid .
istence. The whole affair
clearly We invite the Ladies call
-7' : tolls wireless telegraph dispatchei. to !and examineour
Mr. Lauther then nomlfiated the towel of the present alarming numberof
.. chows the R. J. ,
f : for a I19nnya piece two cent font desperate straits In Chillingworth. Mr. Potter'e'Dame worthless characters. J vhich the County Commissioners ,
on street cars and a general rate oat however, went up for a vote and hc.rwas: Judge Lowi.'.re oluLiou was seconded:

cent u'"hiile or even less on thi 'lOW find themselves, and will give: declared elected but' be again "instated by J. F. Hoffman and on being presented . Remember We are Leaders ,: '

great trunk lines of railways, rr- wen casual observer some slight on not accepting. He expressed the to the meeting was" carried. -in our Line :

T murks. the New York Tribune. l Idea as to the lengths they will go opiaon that Mr. BalDer would tusks .an ilEAt/rll AND'SANITATION: == "

';' 'and the means they will adopt to excellent. Mayor ,and would serve....the Dr. H. C. Hood chairman_ of the sanitation oostoelokokoKokoKokoatoetoKoatosWieoito11o11o7to71oSeolloi .
s ": cover their tracks and to attempt to tbe town faithfully and well, being wen :committee 01l0 It
had'been r unable to
; 0
'Y .._ The Jacksonville Metropolu ,
blind' the eyes 'of the intelligent qualified to fill that''Po itlon. written o ,. ,.-,-
J;:., scents trouble in the air for the Sta t.it t. prepare, 'anf report, ,but he ff .
public. Mr. Hamer'a pame was then placed stated that be.had found many things I G. G. Strohm |
1 c: Executive Committee when it x Company :
says- before tbe council aud' Alderman
In ,
this statement of facts, The Son, that Deeded attention{ and conditions ?
."+ "There U trouble ahead for tin has desire to refl.sct In Dimlck voted "yea"and.. Alderman existing, that Should be remedied
J no any way as soon '
lac;. State Democratic Executive Committee on the grand jury, but simply to Otwell and leather "nay." The nomination as possible. He proposed to have -I FllMILY fI f
c if the statements of o' of Mr. Dimick was therefore declared GR(2ERIES(
m'Iny show how (with but one side of the definite report ready for the next meet I fI ,
the Florida are true. Th. lost. '" -
papers Ing.
: presented to them '
case ) they were -
County Democratic committees! II The name of Alderman Burkhardt was IN PA VOR OP' CONSOLIDATION ''''' ,
HWe to give such a report, Incorpo- next to be voted Fancy Food "
on and the motion Products
ft- counties threaten to do I 1
several o
: a rated in their Harry L. Brown, chairman of the educational ff _
presentment. electing him Mayor carried by Ii reversed It _
;'r'; they please aboul holding primary committee, was unable to submit .
The simple Tact that not one per vote. Mr. Barkbardt aske'd to be '
'/ elections for county offices, asserting s formal written report owing to he I Grain 'and \
from I
son responsible for the making public tbe duties of'Major, Provisions. -
,' .' much unto itself, and that thPJ'L" hers of the committee, Messrs. W. I'; It' ,
occupied so"much of his time ond "attentioa ,
Commissioners :.
was present '
or participated ifetcalf and C. r \
will not abide by the dictation This of the in this grand Jury investigation : ; that he felt l lie could not do the' he made a verbal CbilIngw6Vth report that he, had.but JEFFERSON. BLOCK f e J...)'Y? ,1

State. committee. mean : shows the weakness of the : position the justice it required. However attended recent held :
'I a meeting here of -
1 :" trouble, and will foster discontent I tbe members of the council iuslsled and l' ; ., West Palm Beach, Florid ...
efforts of the hireling press of this the County Board of Education held for
r and perhaps factionalism.( The rebellions Alderman BOrkhardt was finally declared -
e w
of .1-I90a
county to convey the impression the purpose discussing. the proposition'oTschool -
F contend that will Mayor-Elect. aao oaa o o: o o o o o o '
Qbej o o o oaao '
that the-grand.l jury's finding was an consolidation. The suggestion o o o o>AOkolsotto>to ;
was wade that the Board of t..
; regard( indication that a full investigationbad '
Alderman Burkhardt badbe Trade strengthen the hands of the -
1.\\' but not as to county candidates.The been muJe -;
elected to the position of It be .Board! THE TRAVELERS."N
claim is for Mayor; Scjjool by 'a resolution'strongly
C' latter they county Even court decisions,rendered as a ..
committees' government, and that came necessary to fill the vacancy on the avoring.chpol amalgamation. The subStance .
,f resale ot ex-parte hearings, are not council board. Mr. B.' E. Oeer I II ,
the bfate commlttPIs trying to was Of the report was put lu the form ,
usurp authority that Is not delegated '- only taken with the proverbial I nominated by Alderman Otwell; ami of a" resolution'bys Iesars. Brown and +W MANJfGEMKNT,.-.-_
4 to it by dictating who shall "grain' of salt" but usually curry i R. 1. Chllliugworth was nominated" b> Currfe/ ,'cod it was carried: : unanimously. .

vote find who shall not vote in with them- little weight t; 'HS this Alderman Lauther.. Oa division* Mr.Ceer .. ThefjBoftrd adjourned at lo o'clock to MRS. N: F. GARCIA, Prop'r, Jacksonville Fla.
r' and also' la tbe matter, of was, elected. ,
i weak effort at white-wjshing-will, meet 'again1 cm Wednesday evening, <:

t' nssessiog candidates for primary and does, with the tax payers of s- a"- .May aSlh, at 7:30 o'clock.: v; Electric Light., Electric Bell. Baths c
The signs of ,
: iv election expenses. Complete Service. .
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it discord are more manifest now than Dade County. Have you nad dish of Icecream: J't E The
ever before. and the outlook for the] The Palms Ice ;reain Parlor; It's the _Vd'l1NO'S"' 'HATS-none better madeat $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida.. H
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Shoess "
ttt&ti commttte. Is one of trouble" "Walkover" Bios.; beat j.6o. "AMTHONV BJlo .. -f Take CAT ftt tbfl 'Tnlaa Depot andash theCe.ductottoatop J -
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1 'a' 'C CROCKERY and r..
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,/' Intenftng: Figures, Qiv.n About The Very Funny. The Crew of the "Mary B.",..Hid a ':
: FQRNITU.BE.1I.tc.nlds
't./'j : ,,' ,"" Homo. ,.,and, foreign Lime-And New 2,\alau4 decreased" the coat 61( 1 .. Thrilling.. ( Experience' pn, the\ .

;.: A Growers Comment traffic ou all railroads'in that country! Atlantic Off Lantana.A '
: i. ;, ,. ,, last-year, seven per Cent The Increased AI I of Boat Coods.

; .: ; JSIost of the \\it 1b sow received here earnings of ''the roads as a result* distressing and what might have Icyclei, and Bicycle BundriM. .t..... Ttowar, Door,H..h tad Bllart

."I copra froui Dominica' in the West In amounted to nearly three millions ofdollars. been a fatal accident, resulting In the '- -'" All Kinds of Fishing! Tackle!: and- Sport) ig Good

' i' %'t;; dies. There ,ire three firms in lUlq city"who ",. Funny, isn't it. that such ail. loss of three lives, occured, on Friday 1,1..11..810...*. .51.5 Flame' KCKMM*Oil Stone.etauwars .
.. .
\.,;., ,rT, ,' \.', ,, '% make<<\1 Specialty of able article f infieasou idea never" struck the Florida roads ? night on the Atlantic\ = \;.. ... .'", )//1','!, -. ": which' Is from now 911 through 0rlando, Record, 'i mile! off tbe beech,,opposite Lautaua: .. ......M.U Orders Ov|..n t*.uinpc Attention. ll.r-.r

h ","" .; :: ";;;I" ..he, !Summer luoo.h.. The eutIre ship .'' V -'.-, Early Friday morulujj! ,,Mr. Chas, A''';' .. ..

,i, ';J{ j"i :,:.' ,;: ..ntents received by one ftflm\ in 1900 :1 1B Peacbck and son-'Alfred,' of Cocoanut ?. All to :Do with It .AAAAAAAAAAAAA A*&AAAA.A" AAAAALw. .'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA-n-niw n-in .AAAm

41:.t 1r':'1" .' amounted to 7141. barrels and in, '.901 to fight, Brainy and Patriotic Grove, left the Inlet, Lake! Worth], Has excessive transportation rates

.:' ; ::1'}ft, 7350 barrels. So far this season the Mr. A A. BOKRS: of CocoanutGrovel>> i south' bound for Miami in Capt. llendrfckson's anything to do with the fact that factories HEIid. W. BItO.lt)WELL. M. D., physician and SurgoooRi

''' .'I: :!'f .. ,firm has received aka barrels ot lime Florida,, bag.,been prevailed upon tcj Auxiliary: "Mary B." Dniji of various kind are not establinhctl I >fflat r d rbartnaolat,bole*In Dru Store. 1

'/ 11 U1.Doull ,lca. run for the legislature from Dade countty. ROMS of this town, who for several;yeRra. all over Florlda--Orlaudo Record. i TTA-E;

Asked for some 'particulars; of this IJe was, Secretary of- Legation ajSi was master of"this: bput aceoHTipanied CITY PHARMACYIIKIM
l:1:: : --
:. .. trade member of- the firm said: Petersburg, Uussl i, durlnR Mr. the Messrs. 1>Peacock for the purpose ell ,M
(!fV' \- Cleveland's Second administration andoomes 01'' Letters patent have been granted for & BltOAlnVELL!
"Welt the lime trade would be iu a Instructing them In the running
fIIi' .
! w;: :'better condition toddy 1 did the. Went of distinguished and talented 'tl!. ,engloe and the sailing of the "ef the incorporation of the Tampa. Munj- Proprietors

;) lets of the article. But their ancestry his'father, Rev'. W. :E. BogKB, el. All went Well until about elevep\ i cipal and West Coast Development
w Jodles'Bulp!! D. D. .... L.J> being cue of the' most o'clock Friday night, when the wind l Company,,with principal offices in Tamj-, ,
be for
' profits.whole, regardless aim seems of the tQ futuremarket.present. prominent-divlnea and educators of tht died down, and preparations. were tnadj:' pa nature, and of a the capital business of to.$zoooooo.be ;transactejlby The Dealers in EeliaMe M\mi\ and CDemicals,,
'i4 South Mr. B gg'jJ'n bright. brainy
and to start the engiue. For that purpDSfMr.
.II!. ;. This Is avery abort sighted policy patriotic andpossesaed withal of plenty this,company shall be to do a general
loa It. The price ofJiuies Ross ant} Mr. Alfred Peacock went "
+a 'they are suffering\ business of and
A of good common sense.Right down into the hold of thej boat with plighted transporting passengers A PULL LINE OK-,
is.I good. Joe
.. when scarce very freight to locate construct dr
' 'f r now at the beginning' of the season they: ... lantern, but hardly had thee survey Perfumes Rubber Goods:1:
acquire, equip, maintain, use and
:" .are! fetching\ : from $6 to $7 per barrel, You Are. done so, whets terrific shot eSplo loB occurred a railroad or railroads, railway', operate raif-I "T Toilet Articles, Cigars and : i

.,.and )Jf the shippers kept down jmppljeio and flames up on all sides.Mr. Tobacco.aItt I .
ways, existing or other charters and and
little more In'suuiuier, when there Iiilotpe As the State Damocfacllc Executive Ross was thrown violently against I I Stationery. '1
I has called the primaries (for rlghts-of-way therefor, in and through'any ) :
and mute attention Cvmuiittee Mr. Peacock and ''stunned.' However, AYYYYYYYYYYYYyyYYYYY1YYYyyyAyyTYyyyyyyyvyyyyyy'i1e
demand, paid becomes of'the' and all streets in the pities of Tan), PALMS :aLOC WEST PALM BEACH. :
lo the quality ,ot the good. ,they sliip July, tber question one they both managed to escape to the
Bast West and
Tampa Tampa
fair price would be forth hour. .Why should! we have" a primary] deck to lower the life boat but la some pa Port .
then the same
Brooke and the towns of St. Petersburg
Fi 'ca..seHi.lo i direct line with the loosenedadd ,
is Dominicans sr manner, the fastenings became
y j coming.: But here wbete Clearwater Tarpon Sprl ngs, Plant Clt ,
SecomT.'Iu ;
; <
rules and
overdo it and y .r ; the boat d-IUed) away from the
mistake. They ,
make the : .
;; and all all in .
intervening points the
bad nditioa. ..% the primary it puts the election, burning Vessef. There was nothing to
tr .alp top many in '.c of the officers directly tr the Democratic do then but extlpirulsh! the flamea and county of Hillsborough and the State of i Albert The Photographer
.A. few. ago we received lime Florida.BICYCLES. Kaufmann
year candidates.
rank's:: ,and In casu of several there wan only one way.to do this and

.' 'I' > E front Moutsetrat once !a great the limejuice hurl for the same office it deprives: ,pI! the that was, by turning/ off, (as Mr. Ross Studio, In Scbmld Block, Upstair*
owing to
\ Island. But partly
other partie4 front -combining amongthemaelyea welt knew, ) the supply of gasoline for
..(.t cue of reoenr en and to the fact.,that Democratic WEST PALM iKACH FLORIDA
thai and d f:allnv( a It. was evident that there had been a t.8.tt ,
'i);, onUerrat lime. are much smaller ) candidate in the "scrub" race, 'plan.: leak in the gasoline pines, permitting

1/; resent e Dominican, the shipments! from that [t will also lit a large measure confine the gas to accumulate in the hold,- and
Re nd amount_ to nothing now." Some Wheelakept; in first-class; con-
rt the election of county and other official the and subse-
j thus causing explosion
... tried few dition.., .When to rent
he other fslauds ha. a you want ,
iiI 'rt"\ mientn. but the lltues have not thee within. the powers of legal and, bona will fide quent fire __A a good easy-riding Wheel go to J. B. 'PGIJSLEY & 00.
We believe this
ai those from citizens: and vutera.: Once again did Mr. Rosa venture
-keeping qualities
; them purify the elections, la our own country Into'that firey furnace and( bravely succeeded PORTER
,aitaica and we never see now. and remove some of the rottenness which In turning 'oft the supply of
he re don't think the trade in limes will!! .. Strictly First-Class; ; ..
00*+ now exist. tri-: ur' elections. The bat gasoline. The. fire gradually' burned ,
/ 'fw-, ,,,yet attain any large proportions\ ,,coalparadvely :, nnse-iir power fu 'a scrub race in Brad,; itself out. not before-much damagewaa And Get. .
'V You We the 'ricky "
speaking '.rJ'has, for the last few years tested. nolathe done to the woodwork. House-Furnishings,
1C" Whert that drink wan popular Rambler .
voter. of .
and tax
legal payers When the excitement was over, at
{la New York limes were in demand i 1, t I. Window Shades
: the county but iu the floating, turpentine tendon 'was given to the two mea who ,
the juice and rind being ji'giadiiiiits $cf 'and tie chopping negroes, whose burned. Mr. Rosa'both ,
the ickey' Out the ilrtrrk. ui going out vote la. bought with .so many jugs sue arms were horribly scorched to the .... Wheels For Sale., Wall Papers, '
the demand. for limes .
and consequently so many dollars.; It has come to such 1 a elbows,.and his lace was also badly
Vdecreialng.. Still the ttVle': Is kept And General Repair Work done by an -Wic
where pass that honest .and fair minded.-nien burned. Mr. Peacock's: wounds were, ".Expert Repairer ers, Japanese
of town
... (fallve" by borders from out are disgusted with the politics of the not so painful, as be did not enter the
.lIt, the 'rlckey la still popnt'ar.The Olive Street West Palm BeachAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI and Enamel Goods
1 coiintv. Lake'Butler StarCap'tol %
t ew hi the __ burning hold the second time, as did
KlOlda lime Is superior t
f. ? Mr. Ron The worst feature of the .
ll ,
: it baa nbt re- --- -
article though
imported in Dade
case was that nothing could be done Freight Prepaid Anywhere County
'ceHed the in 'cultivation to.bring it ..
care .
Hard Luck.Contfaclo
y'r+ r.'ract.r's ,
for the wounds, adhere wall no way of
< Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH
'several "
favor. There are
Ginbtu abundant. notably I I'arris Is having hard luck getting' to shore to receive medical at C. G. von SCHOELERa; 1-11 tf .
I nta where iu fulGllinghia contract: for the erection leoU n. ,It was decided that the -

Hustings.AivoUl 'of the additions to the State capitol.He" best thing to do was to get back to the Watchmakerand
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." : Florida Citrus shipper tUKgests/ / / I' bad 'the walls of the southern Inlet and it took uolll ten-o'clock Saturday ,

?, left letter\ to the Packer that the larger extension. np to the- top: of the third : morning to work the boat back t6 Jeweler.

: lime snipper/ ;, .la' Florida should organize story., when a storm cauiea few mouths the starting place From the Inlet, the CRAYONS. 0 WATER COLOK3. cRICLrnI t

an t specialize .on. this. II i nit, using some go and blew ihesoutirwTTU down. The1+ Injured-men were conveyed to West ARTISTICENGRAVER

e distinct package; then by ,agreeing Ltodotintc .other wall were leaning ao badly thai Palm Beach inn fisherman's and on. .. p J. RBSLBR.: 'I :

J the fruit :of one' season theyshoul'I he was compelled to tear them down. here the best medical attention were ;

,e she : reach. every newspaperin they and rebuild, them. given: Ahem. Mr.. Ross's burns 'are WOOD or METAL j

; country and through these Secure local While the work _ofj-azlng' this;part of quite! serious! and will keep him confinedto ., PARLOR photo aphet*.

po IlotU., Following up this policy by the building to the ground wast, being bis home for aowetime, but be has ;

''t s .ariouq, 'forms of advertising, especially pushed at rapidly as possible the, north been making satisfactory, progress all In ZAPH BLOCK ,
be Neafdour;; South ofSKM1NOLE J -|
demand can
middle West a Going has
in the era additloo. was up. This this week. The boat crew are very '

r" tray ... rated for be Florida. article.- been finished to the top bat another thankful to have escaped even with the ;'e'- Entrance HOTEL, Opposite Masonic TempI .

,. i) advisee a package contBhuag'not set-back now confronts the builder awful experience they lhad andd had it ; '
cvver 100'llmee. so that a retail Uadfot t net week it was discovered that the not been for the cool bravery of Mr. WEST PALM BEACH FLA. West Palm Beach; pla. s<

,packages could ue built up-by wholesale\ new wall,;where U meets the! main build- Ross there might have been another ; Experienced workman. Cleaning and CBo t | i iQ.
these packages ..irng skillfully ,._. atotfYYYYYYiTYYYYYYYIYYYYy C ._------ -- -----_.
ji .'J1 lldlau. By advertising\ log, at the northwestcorner of he goy story to tell. )

,}- retail buyers would soon learn to dint ernor's office had, parted from the old - '

crlmioate In 'fa'vor' .of .Hhe-Florida wall: rae giving pay leaves a crevice ONLY THREE MORE WEEKS OF A. GALE O. C. OTJTTRXXI

package. from half to' three-quarters: of ,an inch
% 'Those vrhlt 1tave made careful tests of wide, txtendfug' Almost_from! the-gronnd THE EXPOSITION. SPROITL' EXPRESSNa _MANGQNIA BOAT WORK '

the various; fruit'juices claim that of lh e. to the top.Architect. -
The Great Show at Charleston WillCI08"on .
Florida dime excels.: They .assert that! Milburnrof Columbia, S. C., -- -.tnoved'Baggcgetransferred C. C. CUTTUELL, Manager.
experienced soda fountain men-say with was telegraphed for, find,be arrived lathe June IIt.WacenerD.r. '

fresh lime !juice they can produce better, city Wednesday. After1 examining May :and: 'and general Shipwright, Caulker and Spar Maker. ';

combiualion aDd that manyof: the fancydrinks the crevice, Mr. Mllbnrn ordered the drayluK done. >t. 'reasonable .

need a ;(lash of lime! juice' to eutire southwest ertenflon{ to' be torn The South Carolina Ioter-State'.and ratell.Two.Seated. MARINE RAILWAYS I

make them palatable.. dowtTaml rebuilt.! Laborers,. were put to West Indian Exposition will have but Carriage i

t It i. for home use);'that' limes surpass work on it yesterday, and ,in a short three more weeks .of,stirring existence. 'Or Single' Buggy' o and Boat Shops. West Sido of Lake,
lemons even. Allowed to mature before time It will be ready tot: the- masons to T '
: piquant Born of the far-seeing enterprise of afew For hire by hour or day. at MANGONIA.
bav a peculiar, the brlck.-Tal1ahas
plcl o/C./ they ) begin re-laying ? nursed to "
patriotic men, maturity '
Tbe Manilla Estimates .Burnished New !Old Work. '
tc.ie'which is most refreshing. .teean Leave orders at House. on or ;
toll and sacrifice
their unceasing 4elf ,
Florida lime is the best for table uw by lad.tfNew Vessels hauled out and taken care: ot-tof.thft Slimmer.
? lathe face of a thousand-obstacles, and
and; used freely"it the. start the average Bryan's Patriotic: Words.ta la spite of doubt and criticism to there !.> .- All Work pone With Haatneis) and Dispatch.

,man will want limesthroughout1 for theaea a his address at Birmingham last famillor with its broad scope and minute Idea in Trunks.: SEA SKIFFS A SPECIALTY IIroaY .
bn. His meats taste' the better '
week, ami it seems to have been' very detail its acbltectural grandeur and its
.bit'of' fresh lime .and--his iced tea 01Coffee happy one.l\h. Bryau uttered the follow Infinite varietyo{ exhibits, 'ite.scaottreasury .
Is not complete without it. and abundant 'achievements in w aatokoata.tokoatoatottoKORoatoaro oatoatoKbKdMor lug patriotic-words:' r O.1
.. advertised tbe lime could be ,
Properly ttat constitutes "an Exposition Is h
The two campaigns.Interesting air theyhave all
't I popu'arized created.and an The immense California and steady lemon been to me, are both small incidents the marvel of the industrial history of :i Truscott Boat>> M fg Co.. f

demand in the purposes that I.bad before our country Even its 'projectors
until it cap. CONSTRUCTORS OP .
j -wa* adverHoed and pushed they.commenced and that have survived dreamed nbt of'' so great an' achleement. 4 o J

lured, the field: Just so could: the.Flori themhoth.TwouUjLJiardiy be worthy They builded far better than ,
Packer. I Grade Pleasure
da_ .lime be plI.bcd.New York of the confidence you have shown It I they knew/but progressed step by step .v High Craft.j f :

_eo. did not have,a feigner ambition 'than to to the completion of.what is undoubtedly 4 J f ,0 ,'.

l A case of wholesale poisoning Is reported be president of the Uuited SI'.tes.' and the greatestEiposition tbe South has r Vapor Marine' Motors ** 'Io

I frbni Key *est. Last 7bdrsdaymorning : when I say that 1 want 'roo one to mistake -ever known and considered from tb J J. D. C. MORRIS, Agent J ""

; lh. entire family of Lockhart my'meaning, and 'So think that I standpoint 0"money Invested and re
; '
} Bethel Including his 'mother, wile'ad' would not add to the title b'y having It suits accomplished, the greatest the West Palm' Beach Florida: :..
y; is
world has The proof
ever seen. easy
111 ''lot \. o 0
eight children were taken very made-emperor df/Jlie Philllpplae .Iands.I t, In a few days this great exponent oli kokokokokokokokokokokokOkookokoi.o>.oeokokoiaoteolsoieo
'" juediatttly after breakfast, but. Bethel ; am-too democratic to desire au ambition ( i industrial progress will pass Into history ':
/ escaped having left home without that cannot! .be. :shared by "all .the the exhibits will, be scattered to the four The :Stallman Dresser TrunkRcprhMni

breakfast. The. family had 'for-breakfast people. But' few in a generation can quarter. o( the earth, Those'and tbe< beautiful a new Idea In trunk. It I. *
removed. who. havt-
buildings tir.. ..with drawer ln.tMd oC
well portable iinif ea.
hominy, which was cooked in- be president. I want that. which every ; not seen it should net miss the opportu tre)'.; a place fur everything, front a bat to a BURTON "E.OOEOO.
water and lea,- which was made by American citizen,can have" .and should nity of their lives, those wbo; have, collar button,and the bottom !I.aeccwdble, a*. '
the Cu""U nc than good box trunk.tehtpp.d
'cisternwater: ; bread and butter. It was laver; aud I believe\ that the great ma. should see- ,it again )t cannot .be seen C. O. D.:O"tIW. privlleva examine t '..
that poison was In the horn. jorlty of them do have and that is anambltiod too often. Two-cans clamp; .. catalogue, .
found the
4 The remaining week. are lu11'olllpec.
; Thy, but bow' it,came there Is ti mystery.The '. to help make this government I-'.lal"days." consplcuoni among them Odd F. .A. STALLMAN, rav.el. Roofing 'C 'ncrQl Asphalt Paving I

', well U. close to the cemetery aud Letter than It was and to leave it better .Fellows.Day, May 13; West Indian Day 58 West spring BtrMt< _
being used on account than when wo found It. I. May 16, and last but not least "Wagener 1.\7r ,- COLUMBUS OHIO. ,
the water was Day" May M: designated In honor of TLa{ company: after doing considerable work fur
of rainwater. All the These : words are a credit to Mr. Bryan, (
t '
scarcity ,
of the the President of the Company, who by v
parties we re':taken violently {11 with but they'are! simply J eeprQa' with the : his unfanltering zeal snd-liberality has McDonald McOulre, Mr. llamer (agent.for Jo fpb rtferoa'! )

vomiting within, an hour and two of the man' wbole'prtvate and public life As given fruition to tbe plane jf his com Brelshrd Bros., Mayor; Whllldtn, .Dr, Munjron. ,. W. P. llatubett Anthony,,

Cblldreii were sent home from school the years go by and the passions engendered :pany.who Every loves South a. good Carolinian patriotic clllzeu everyman Brothers and ot.Ilera.wlll go away"for the present, hut will 'brbook \

taken lit;'about tbe same time. by the' two last political and campaigns ,, should be on tbe Exposition grounds on Real' Estate und Insurance .: to complete contracts: itor' work here and Miami "'In.
-pa- .I dissolve!" lIT the broader more "Wagener Day,1'and show a( least some ,
sheds and tolerant spirit which -must Ine"itabyfollow. faint recognition of the work one plan AUGUST Any one' d8.lrlng work ,of this 'kind would do well|) "

The p1a 1ng' milla. lumber Mr. Bryan will be given creditas baa done. PALM BEACH FLA. :'to, write, 'BURTON 'E. ,COE COMPANY either Jacksonville
.. kilns of the Southern States I The railroads \have made the lowest ;
Comparfy try : at 'Mnscbgse, Fenaacola, id one of thtt'most; unflinching- patriots. : rates for"Wagener Day" that have ever Notary Public. Cottages to RentPoatofflcv'Balldlnc.'Nortb .o; Tampa. Our price*' are,. reasonable, in
.1, Kelher with 000,000 feet of lumber were' 01 able statesmen ,which American been made on any occasion and alt can guaranteed p
democracy has produced.rPen.acola! afford the small expense-of attending ol ........
... aei>tray d: by fire:faetSunday. .Th 'ouraaL .I I i i the Exposition.. I-l.18Q1 Poinciana Hotal. i East Coast Work Solicits.

"was 'J.ooorIQ: urancel.,7w

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.i MIAMI Oeneral John B Oordon;;late of Geor S A New Schooner; 'i I. '"" ,
?t gin, but now a citizen of Dade county, The fleet of schooners" that piles be. WILSON & FLYEDBA1VBRS .

"t -01'- was Iu the city Monday. General Gordon tweeu this. port and Key West ban been .

THE TROPICAL SUN Links of Local News Picked up I Is Commander 61 the United Con. augmented by a beautiful, trait tget!cast! ., : S IN- -" .. ,

f' rr Here and There. federate Veterans, and la just back from anchor in the harbor here Thursday.She ;

Office In Anthony Block Twelfth Street near I. the1 reniniou at Dallas Texaj, and report > is the schooner "MountJPleasanl," '
I M P+,. Avenue C. a l large and enthusiastic' meeting Captain Benjamin Gibson, master. Staple and Fancy Groceries
E' GatheredbYTHESUN9
Its Brief M.ntlonliof CurrentlBvenU of the old soldiers ,
S. E. DAWSON. .MANAGER followed the This beautiful craft was built at Elliott

r ', }. Ublqultom ReportersDuring star and bars. General Gordon tiled Key, Is twenty-four tons net, fifty-five FRUITS TOBACCO aj d7IGSr

I it All Job tiub work crlptlon Uoiitb.,of ndvertlnementiland Fort taudertlale received'I ordera, fot, .the,Week.-- vainly to resign his command, ,but the feet overall' fourteen fee. beam with I .. ",to .. ,
his office. hayS who wore the gray insisted thai three and half feet draft. She make'\ a
Beat business lots in Miami cheap a. Ordefe Tapen at ,Recldenes, and All, I
the he could do'so
only way: was,bv splendid run on this her maiden voyage LOWEST PRICES GUARANTEED .
MIAMI FLORIDA, MAY 16, 10O3.: Townely Bros, Anthony ;Block.. *. lying >. \ '- ; Bead. Promptly v.uDer.d
from "*C5 West bringing twenty-one
Mr. T. V. Porter, of.the) C. :B. Roger The members of the local militia com tons of freight\ from various points on Avenue D. Near 14tl} St. MIAMI FLAB

,: ji'': AN UNCALLED FOR ATTACK Co., It In the city attending court. pany are preparing for the annual inspection Bay :Biscayne ap-dthecaptaln]: iu addition j-7jm i ,-

The scurrilous Inuendo of they Bargains improved and unimprov .of f the company, which) will to bringing his own' family carried t .. 11 _,,

t 'r last week was eJ Townley Bros. An- take place for Miami and other ,''I-, .
t : ) :Miami Metropolis of city property. ; on May 93d byJAdjutaut- thirty passengers ',. .

a rook piece of personal Journalism. thonyBlock.; GeneraV Clifford R. Foster, add It is points on the coaat. The :Mount Pleas .

r which has called forth the censure 01 The beat 5:eentjcigar: on earth i Is lo be expected that the showing, they will ant was much admired' by all who have FUFnitute '.

M ':' even the few friends that the sub round at J.IH.| Hayes, opposite the Biseayne make will be very creditable. 'Capt. J. seen her. -.._____ .
S Sanders said that be expected to. have
"' of undemocratic : Hotel.
uidized exponent
retain. and small tracts of land for 'Tom forty-five to fifty' men (in line, a. Miami Band Concert. 1r00fl Large : k
principles has managed to Large '
: ; The fact that the writer descends to raits and vegetables. Townley Bros. he work of gathering the crops being The weekly concert by the Miami Small Prices 'IrjJg
now ,nearly over, many of the "stay. Band was ,given Thursday night with
r such littlenaa shows: lack of what If Anthony Block. Good Goods"Mail
twaya" will be able to attend regularly. the following program: a

t commonly called "sand." In othpi Major J. A.JEnslow: of ;Augustine, Thirty-eight men showed up last week Mart'li: Prldo of Hob ken........... .......Fonrrler a ,

H \ words, the writer of the editorial iccompanled by his daughter-in-law1" for drill and there ,were three new Overturn Encore. ................................Kolor..r SPECIAL ATTENTION :' ) '
1r Mrs. VVm..Enslow, is visiting Trlendi Walt., JUove'a Dreamland. .................nA. dcrHcliottlnclie GIVEN TO .... Defers
t concerning lIon. A. A. Boggs, Is not the enliHtmenta. Thursday night Captain The Honeysuckle and the V '

jr : a gentlemen, "and is not entitled ti city. Sanders was exercising'the company: in -.-Hoe................................ .?...... Pens : in Its BranchSs. __
1 'be treated as such In this connection Hon. R. Hudson Burr, member of the 'Iuard.mount and guard duty, so as to March.) Hello Ma\ Baby..... ...?................ in ? Undertaking> all ,

I efrlslature/ froniDade| was in town tbu get tb<* boya-lnto place by the time the March. Cracker! Jock.............._.......nillmgii gZ
between the twt "
'\': P I''" The difference who have announcer Week abakl, 'g1Lbands with his host of Adjutant-General arrives for inspection. 3 EDR0OI'1 QIIe1 EDWIN NELSON, Miami. -', Fla.
s .
'.I' : friends Among the few horny-handed sons of PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ,
I i f. { :.themselves candidates for legtulativi",
Although there was considerable rain toil commonly called farmers, who it Is .
r t' .-t... honors in Dade County' Is shnrpl[ > m the Allapattah pralrje and out said have made big this season ...
J 1y r: drawn. Mr. A. A. Bogaa: Is In favot hrough the Everglades,Miami did not growing tomatoes, Mr. Win. :Brown' ry it; ANNO -- Win. M. llrown Prwlclm.:
I are / ": "' vi"fx : ..IdnntM.
I i..' t'i of the people ruling and selecting let a btt of it, niore's the pity. the able president of the. :Bank: of :Bay A Y'ATUlk, Bad k of Bay BI.scaynfr : Curry biwondtcoV. 1000. 1-e
OhnNu.II. Uartlmhlo, Cu.hlor
\f I;; their own candidates for office, whili Mrs. Schnetdman and baby will leavein Biscayne, and Chan.'Garthslde;the/ cashier OMce-Front Room, 1I.tcheU-Bulldlnl. Av.:D, I

r t the attitude of the corporatloi a few days for a trip north where of the same Institution, whq, were __ 1laati. Florian.- tisiROBERT'IU <> '

J bulletins that ore masquerading they will remain for some time visiting( i both interested iu a large crop. Col. 12. Capital. $5OpOO .

{ t, under the name of "newspapers" toward relatives New York and New Jersey I Bylngton.: the talented editor of that TAYLOR, L12IAMI: : ; 1I.4oPJI: : r'I

", 1 Graham 'W. King/:, show Mr.. C.. F. Lefiler.J. of Sanford, Pie, spicy paper, the Miami News, .alsodid .
I beyond 'a reasonable doubt upon las come south on a visit to'bis son, Mr.C. like Clnclnuatus of old. and /turned the '" --.-.

which side he will be found. The ;::. B. Lefller and will upend the summei tripod into the plough share and ..It 'If" Office in PostofiiceiBlock '

'1;, label Mr. King conservative,' n the metropolis .of south Dade county said made more-money than'he possibly MIAMI > FLORIDA- Pianos Organs; Sewing MachineI ;

Ii could by running a country newspaper 3.54-ti ,
r which. In their vernacular,means wit The attorneys of Dade have celled a
for ten These gentlemen will ..
fk 4 ) : (.. I I ling/: to do the bidding of 'the corpor neetlng the court house Friday evening years: their : .H.F.. ,ATKINSON sell direct from the Factory
1 without to the will for the 'purpose of discussing the probably increase acreage largelynext The Celebrated Schubert Piano with Maudolin Attachment, '
;, ntioos regard o advisability of forming a County"Bar year. Many others who have not A ATTOaNfY-AT-LAW ... The Conover Pianos, the Cable Pianos, ,

"I f the people. Association. been so (fortunate will decrease;; ,,thelr NOTARY PUBLIC The Kingsbnry Pianos Wellington Pianos,
Y f '. The evident fondness! of the Hon. tcreage, but IBs railroad will ''continue -'" \ The Chicago Cottage Organ, in twenty-nine styles,
jYou willba If wait too long MIAMI, PIA. At the Very Lowest Prices and on Liberal Terms.
sorry you
; r Jos. A. SlrDonald for Graham W. the early bird catches the worm and to do business at the Same old stand. 11.11101. Catalogues and Price. Furnished on Application.

t i )1 King, and the support of his candi likewise tiit1 rat comer gets the first lot -' -.etCape '< G 1.A> W KLJOY, \ Oldjnstrumenfs Taken to Exchange ** l The Celebrated Singer Sewing MachteNeedles
for the is partially
Legislature .
dacy :heap. Townley Bros., real"estate-dealsrs To 'Florida. \
the fact that Mr. ATTORNSYATLAW.General and Attachment for au kind of Sewing Machine. Mall\ Order will receive
explainedtiy King. : Anthony Block. Capt. 'A. S. -Hed ftlckso who has prompt Atteot. oo. ,. .

who was a delegate to the Count You will find a complete stock of to- been here for some time, took a pleasure i practice In State and Federal Court COB. AVE.. O. AN1> lllti II.....
business eutrutttttd will at-
receive proni.pt| MIAMli V1.URIOAt t
Convention in 1900 from Ojus precinct laccoatj, H. Hayes' place, opposite party down to Cape Florida Sunday: on tent ton. t 8- ; '

though instructed to vote foi the :Biscayne Hotel. Over 35 brands, of Ills trim little yacht. In spite! of a, heavy Office. .Brown* 'Building_ Ave. U and 18tafltreet. NA

Jennings for Governor, voted witL Clicking tobacco alone, as well as all rain that caused all hands to'retreat to MIAMI.> .. FLORIDA "

-. the anti-Jennings forces. led by Mr.\ ; he leading brands of chewing tobacco. the cabin for an hour or ao, a most 'enjoyable /

,.,McDonald on organization of the .Miamt is justly proud ,of her' uptoate time was had, tne party being EUtablUhod 10-1876 Incorporatxt In igoa .... EAST CdAst otis FL01I10A' _

..Convention, and for J. A. McDonald {| steam laundry. It la turning 'out well supplied wlthMuncheon and clg: }s. Co.pltlStoek $$1OOOQO.OO t PARADISE REGAINED.! 1l t
theCape-all hands turned
|for delegate t'o the State Convention. irst-class work reasonable $rlces Arriving/( at ....

And now conies The Miami Metrop Jive it a trial. It is located at t pie con out and after climbing; to the top'ortbe Somers Brothers! Company '" ,
old light house, where a most magnificent -
ler of Avenue D and Fourteenth street. .,
olia and reiterates the untruthful FLORIDA EAST COAST '
view can be obtained,. all deacedded FITTSBORG PBNN'A. RAILWAY. -
statement made by The Lake Wortl! 59tf' to'" enjoy a dip in the 'ocean, -.. 1 r'C
). part
Major St. Clalr'-.Abratng, one of the Commission /
''f' News, that all of the present Board I leaders of the Florida Bar is here as. while those not caring to indulge in I 'LOCAL. TIME CARD No. 40. In Effect April 15,. '1902a t '

i : r of County Commissioner were elect listing State's Attorney Beggs in the aquatics wandered up the beach In/search,/ Wholesale Produce Dealers'f '
s "and will ice bean curious shells 'OUTHBOUN -ItIAD DOWN. NOITHSOUNO-HKAO W.
ed. We claim- the records of and starting
ease of the State against J. O. Williams, f Invite consignments from Dade County .'
sustain us-that John Sewell. wa with the murder of Mark :Bar. ou the return trip at 4:30.: The gentlemen Na. 3 b No. 18.Daily -
j J :harged and Southern Florida of- Fruits, Vegetables MAIN UNI.Jv. U.U Ne. S2 r- 'I
t .. in the A..'S.. Dally _
I It appointed on the recommendation ol ileson. party were, Captain and Produce promising prompt r '

I' ., ''the Executive Committee, presides 'Mr. Richard Peacon, of Key West Hendrlckson! P, H, Slllley, J, Belshaw.J. sales, at highest Pittsburg prices, and S b a ............. SMTlOa
L. HanrnjondvJames )lcGille f>. W. immediate returns. loOp 1 0 411 a L.,................. ..So.. Jackeonvtlli..L. ...... .r I ; I. 7.
.over by tbat' eminent Democrat ((1.i me of the largest grocery merchants of w. refer to this paper leading? Dade County 1p 10 f a ............... ........ St. AuHuaeine....... It ? ?,2 r
;i'II who recommended a Republican foe he Island City, in--town this week Brooks, W. Gaston, Will Bogue,.. Paul Hhlppera. Piltaburg Banks and other well known ,,; I Up }} ?!a .......,....... Raatlnfii....... .................. p .
was 00 "II 44 .......... .. ...... ......... ..
Kennel; the foregoing gentlemen( being and reliable sources of information as to our 6 ) a t. :Boa l'al.U.I ............. M p 8 Ma .
'Justice of the Peace.' naklng new friends and 'disposing of Clnacllll.Laadlut and business mel\rpd. i S3 pi'II: 18 ..t.... ... ..... ... .J r
H' on their good behavior and taking good ( 54:; 'I \ p.a::..:... ::...... *unnells....../........>.,a.u:. ,.. N !; :eOsa t
nl I tis cargo of pineapples from his farm on of The Sun who .j! 'm!, ....... .. ........ Dupont.. ....,r................. 4 03 p a 54 f
care. representative, .was : .:. .. ..
!lpi1, Cey Largo. au o one of the o j iSp r. E :::::.:.:;na: : ,:.:::..: :.Onnond.Daytona.:: : :.. ":::::::::>!J.:......: EdSp 417 SI.s* r
If The corporation crumb-eaters all Judge G. W. M. Williams took > party. S. H. RICHMOND, Agent I I0 1.oI p ...........!.... .:....Porn Orange.?....?............... lip ft in a :r .-
a flying
.. ..... .. ... ... New SinTrn*.... ..... ,... 77 p .
I.: over the State are trying to bolster rip to FuUord,. Wednesday, returninghe Firreeaat Sea. Perrine Grant .. ... P ........... .:. :-.....Oak Hill.. .......?.:,. :::....:: Is .Ins.. .... .r. : .
Land Company. hg .....:: .................t.. :
the candidacy of Hon. H. E. Day P .. Tltuavllla, .........,::..v....:.. ..... _.' ,
up following night. His law partner, Sunday last, ajiteamer with two ....... 3 ... ... ........ l ?. .... Y r .
spars' ESTATE.I4.3m' ..1 ....... .:::::. ...::.....:::Rooed? .... : : "
for reelection 'to the Railroad Commission HEAL. 0 S / .. :., :..: ...1..1' ''.....
k .p" fudge Penny who bad been called to and funnel from all appearances a passenger ; .. .... ?Opp.p....*?:,.. ...........,.RauOallle...:.................... '.:..... .5 '\
}, CUTLER.JLORIDA 11= ... ... ... ................... ,
:: by alleging the services ol Cilusvllle on business also returned ti MclbournaBebamlia.... ......
: ; on vessel was sighted about a mile 0 ....... ........ ........ .
i",411, 4 6P ..... ....::.::.:..::..:..:.11d6i :......
: that gentlemen in collecting claims the same train. off the coast at :.Pompano; with the IftI ....... I ItSP...................,.: .81 Lu a ... .. .........Port Pleroe..........................10ass ......: JtiM .
I fur freight overcharges, eta But The Federal Government ban sent cir- flames pouring( from the after part of the AGENTS WA TED.LU'E Fat ::.::: I1sP.. .....flu........... Wi'i' < ty.........."..... ......... ..
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cup .. .. .... ......... ... .. .
Burr, in hid address to the voters, ulars to contractors here notifying them vessel. She was apparently\ driftingIn ; OV T. ant WITT TAI.MAGK, by 0' ....... lp ............::....... .....&.Ien..n." :: ..,.......... .:...... It aGa !I
f the stream/and when she djs. / ....... ..................... .J.n..n.--.... ... ...
1 makes short work of this argument > its desire to have estimates submitted gulf bin Son. R8V. F RAN K PK' WITT TA LM AOB .4 ....... 84 P...... ..............S-" Stuart ....:.............,1045s... ......... .!., s. '
showing that this work, though 'or repairs to the Jupiter light bouse.it ipoeured, hull down, was still burning.The and a *oulute. editors ol Chrtotlaa H rnM.Onljt e t ...,... $uP* .................. .:Hope Nnund.:........ ........ ....... ."' a I', "
i by -book endomoil by TttlmaifA faintly.Kaorinona S ....... .........;<.. .... : w... Jupiter. .............. .......
valuable iu itself, is of a merely clerical is not known whether any Miami( con name of the vessel was not learned : profit for AKent who act qukklr. III ........ 40p .: ..........., .....W..iPJniBeaeh........ .......... Sags :. .... 8. tI/IIY
i character aud, minor importance tractor has put In bids or not. and no further particulars are obtainableat A Outfit. <00.< ten San, .cimta... 4th Write 80 t'hiia.lininodlutcly.I pa. AltK; ....: .. Itp.. ......*.......*........",...1)./t..Boynton L aderdal...............,.t...,....,.,,.,...... ........ r' f '
this this a4-4t.. ::::;:: .7C :: ::... ::;:::::: :. ?* : : :. .
Mr. L. H. wife of writing paper Lemon City. : .,,.., ::::..8835.::::::: ;
with Meyeraand Urbana, ...... M ......... .... ..........
an compared rate regulutiou p ... M1amt..... ._...... .,............ ....... ,1.., '
Ohio have been Here severaV} -weeks '
and the prevention of discriaiinutioi.on .BUB'B'ETPABLOB. CABS ON. TRAIN M AND fa. <''- ;'
p looking around with a view of locating. ,::0;"; .
on the of the carriers. Everybody V" ;;II'f'
part s '
They left this morning for Chattanooga < Go. 1: BRANCH: LINES'SCU ".' "
knows that Day has been the Bjscayne Lumber and Supply -' : DVLEs. ?l' :
where they have relatives ,Mr. Meyers ,
constant of reduction Lath :>>: .
opponent rate ("r .f
!Has not yet decided where he will locate. PALA.TK.A..A..ND BAST: PAIU.TKA.N : *
and he is entitled only to the votes oi BRICK CEMEpNT. LIME.'PLASTER and HAIR.. Sale Agents tot Warnell Crates ?;'
A new produce company, a branch of MIAMI FLA. fiffSSlr* J. A. CONRAD iSf; 'onger 67 N.. 68 No. S3 la. 49 Ne. 47 Nt .. .. .
those who wantno reduction. West, Palm Beach concern, under the I.tf. Daily Dally Dally JJellyfl S. STATJONa. Ualljr Dally 48 Ne.Dally SO Ne.tally B4 Ne. SLally g .:
3 .I.4"
lame of the "Everglade Produce Co. s P ; Ar :
7 Wp et peltIe66a to r'Kaus: : Pslatki. ail 06. P P
A Lv S
t. Sudden Death. las opened Us doors for business here. T U4 a 0 p k
The members of the firm Yostokottoko.IOr(or(osto.totto ttostoltostolyostostottorSOStoatostostostatKor
S. V.
While waiting for the train-Monday
Coxsetter:: : Klncaid and A T. S
James Per.

w r+' morning:Brady, a carpenter the Miami who bat depot been, II.her 11. r nueTD,. Their place of business Is on Ave. S A. Special ; ."' I N.. 1lly 0 N..1lls11y. 7DNo Elly ..... ...."...r..".. Dally Mt E Nt Dally 11 MtDall9a .+ ,

near 13111 street. 2tc ;
several weeks, died very suddenly ol o I Ii N A p II p $r. Ly.:. ,,; :,;,;:(South Jwtwuvill,:,.. :.: r a P P r.
.' cardiac asthma. Work on the jail is moving forward O I W 10 a ,,.,,. :: .... Lv alra / 7p
.' P p s Lr. ... ribl.lkneh ........ ,:,;aLr
'Mr. Brady, who had been working last rapidly, the atone work now reaching IlO 505p1010a Lv.r...... ..... ... ..Ansnne ,,,,.,,.,..,,,.,,, T4oa F 46a li {6 s asp
Jj' ........... ii dos
r Printer at West Palm Beach,, was at tht above the windows on the first floor. i .Bargai-1i\ .- i 50 5016s Ar ..........Ms rt. .,. ,,.;,,,,,,,,,,Lr r1. 11 a5a 0 +

depot to take the train for that place, Work has begun on the second story and o l' I 0 .... SAW MATED BBAJTOIT.He. J \ "

... and was sitting on a truck, when an barring accidents, the contractors hopeto r EN.. 48 tDallDally
East Coast Railway employee by the ( see the end of their labor on this A 7-Year Old Whiskey i STATION \ Na.4 Dally Ne.ll Daily

,,e name of Challie, noticed him ganping cuDti contract In a little over six o 0 m 3 b a "t. KU.lt.: ..... F.
.,, ...,. rrxSAJTFOBD TB1
f; for breath and called attention to him weeks. -' K At x$250; Per Gallon o P 601a Ar.., ,, ..Nan Malao:. 'I a m b''.

? Dr. J. M.\ Jackson was at once summoned Mr. Marcus, ol' New York spent a o The 0 BBAJfOH.Ne. OBAJf OH OITT BHXNOH.Ne b

4V' but the unfortunate man was few days last week! Visiting: his relative, i 10-Year Old WhiskeyAt 11 ,8T4yQNw Ne.,11Dally Ne. 1 ,'a
beyond human aid before be could gel Mr. I. Cohen and .then left for' West Best DallyMa __ i Daily Dallyimr ETAnox i. Dally N. f N..4

there. Owing to the fact thai the cause Palm Beach. Mr. Marcus Is here look. ,$4 Per Gallon Situ W..........TltuiTlll......:, ., A, p D a; r .Ar Dally '
.ma -
t of death was plainly apparent and there (lug over the ground with the intention K SIS a L*. ..,.......Oit .L. 11 t 07p is 4 pit11aLv.t k.u.le..Lr p Pp
S SMatMa .,..,,,.. 0o p lt aa* Lv.OrangnC1t Lv ill ,.
.. ly Knterprlae [ t
of foul a'o o : .., 11 Mi
being( no suspicion play in. of going into business next winter, butas I 0 Ar.SsnMrd.a; 11 a. 4 P
quest was held. The remains were yet Is undecided whether he will o Thepe Prices Include ./ o

'1' turned over to undertaker Edwin Net- locate at West Palm Beach or at Miami. o Jug: and Delivery x o from Thaae the several Time. Tablas atatloni show but their lb. \1m.arrival. at ...hlah Crain. m.y be .:rpea.... 10.N'lv. and d.part i

t! ,, .n, the interment taking place in Miami Townley Broe. "the- real It X .. .dned. 'be ComUa:11 Bold liMit Jeaponslbi o. departure. for at 'h. tlmeo stated I. aol guar.nt.ed
estate men, o 0 1 "' .,"' .... aa7 delay or say eoaaequ....... arl.ing
C cemetery. From a paper in his pocket sold the following property this week: X Cash or Money Order Must Accompany Order'o X
inferred that l< bad o Peninsular and
it was e at some Occidental '
Lots as and 24 of the Tuttle estate core I. Steamship''' Connections at Mlama.
time been a resident of Irvine county, oar of Avenue D and I3th Street to C. H. V o
o N. B. W. have .th Bed and X :Bm'1'WJ1EN MIAMd :KQ7C.S'EST
Georgia! but nothing else was found to Raulerson; lot 5 on loth Street, between ,- Imported o AND ;HAVANA.

tell who his friend. are and where thty Avenues C and D, 'to Mayo Dade; lot jon o Domestic Blackberry Brandy a o 89tJTuaotnJ! ._ :afOR'l'JDIOUJI'D.. .-

could be located1.KRIPPENDORF'S. 8th Street between Avenues B If IT. Mlama, Mona.. W..n........,.,......... 00
andC i Ar, Ktiy Waat Tuee. Tkure.. ................ p I Lr.Ha.!!aToet'Pbun' .. ,..... ...:....... o
o. to P. J. Pitchford. of Jensen. Fla MIAMI CLUB BAR !r IT Key Weat. Tn.*.Thure. ,........... .. .0 pAr. X., W..... Tu... 'l'bu.. ................ 10. ;
j LADIES' SHOES: ;They also sold five acre tract for E. C. I Ar Havens Weds. I'rl.! ..?..... ........"... \\10.Mp A.r.Lv.A.IoIlemi.W.W.d...Tu.. J'rte.. Tb....."........a.,..;..u.w........,. 00 p V,
Dearboro, situated on the orange glade Phone No. 92 Miami, Florida.W'iviwijgjj rat Foroop olyaalTlmeCardaddns..u7ALuL 1ItI'I, o ;
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'!( ,f t..lJtHQNY DRO9r road about tf miles front Miami
olloi1o31oltollotloiTOiloilo7coi1oi1o71o11ob1oiloieoitoilo eollotloltg7aoltoico I A..t. Gen. PM.' Agent
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;;,. : I : \ ."""""" *'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Yv fclRCUIT COURT 1 NOTES; evidence, brought In a, vor "
, diet of "not When Fresh ; :,
,' ... "..,' ,>< guilty. The jurors In this This is the Season .
l' -T-flr.ltu-rv f-.I.-I-
: cane were Chas, Fruit is Scarce
'" L ,' Jmith, B S, Potter; ft '
,0 ,'" I : County Commissioners Were Sanders, J. N. C. Clark, Gel, Richardson fNN.NN.NNe..N...NHNN..1NN.N..NNN.N.

,',. \..: : ... .. Exonerated by Grand Jury.; and J, II. Cheatham. And In offering: ( this Hue of Evaporated Fruits, :yt

IT .. : Wednesday thetase of the"' Slate va ;you get a big variety of Fancy Goods free from bugs I I ", '
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..... Criminal' J. Williams .
.. i+ ,-, many CM I Cause th Spring U charged with the murder and webs. ,.l
/ I ,, \ .... -" ,' Term'of Circuit Court to Hold a of Marie Bartleson\\ was called, and READ THIS> LIST 2 ,'
.... : : .. Lengthy Session. after exhausting the special venire ot; -
: '
; drawn Evaporated Apricots, 15 cents pound v :
: jurors last week, and only eleven
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1 "' : "" ,: ''/ \ .. When ClrC'ultCeurt opened'Walneaday furors being secured, fifty additions : Evaporated Pracbeeyls\ cents pound A"f. ,
err t' ( \ : afternoon, the first to be arralgue< names were drawn from the box to be : Evaporated l'eat'lrJ5icen'a; ( : pound 'i ," i
+' 9 ": ., : .... of those against whom an Indlctnlent: summoned to appear before the court Evaporated Apples}. 15 cents pound ';

w "',j" ',-. -.M ,.\" .. hurt been returned was Wi11 T. Tbouip- Friday morning; at 9. o'clock, and the Evaporated Fills: llYt cents pound I
M h.r .. CalifJnla f\ !
line Prunes ,
Big to'ctsptSund
.. soil, charged with forging A jo.oocheck case going over to that time. I '
': .;:, ... ..f m John J. Peters A plea of "not The tax of(the State vs Peter Grear/ Fancy Lav ,Fi>xa, 2Q cle pound' 'r I ., ,
c ,," ,, -r .. with Fancy Fard Dates, u}4 cts pound a :\ i
'y guilty" wns Immediately! \ offered. charged the murder Lulu Peach, ; '
P.'Willinmscm with m account._of which appeared In Ian : .: Good Sun Dried Apples, 10 cts Ib .
: Jan. charged mur
will p 'youto Roasted Coffee "' : ..
\ y : week's Sun, taken 3* pounds good '[ oo r
dec In the first degree Plea of -noyullty. was up Wednesday Flour .' I "
; 3 Motion by counsel having been afternoon, and the following jury empanelled ... 33 pounds Jiest $t.ao ,;
x see our line jbf ;
,r, r"f ... overruled, case wasset for Monday, \ : L. I.. Dodge, II. R. Brown, 17 pounds Granulated Sugar, $t.oo "
-... ', ...... Vlny lath,.his attorney wishing time to Geo. H..Richards, B. H. Potter, J. EOirtman I- S Gallons Oil, 85 cd9'itag 1 ,

... lumruotv an Important. witness fromGeorgia J. B. 'Beach, John Muller, HCappinger cans Milk, 35 cents ..'
oM 16 pounds goad Rice, '
f too
H. N;. Neal, J. H. Cheatham,
J. L. Mat h and tSeybold After NN.N.N..A..N...NNN.N........NN.NNt
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Wade H. Raines, charged with the
) sunder of Walter Hatch, pleaded nOl hearing the testimony, the jury broughtIn e. D. LBFFLER,
"ST RA'W 'I guilty, Trial get foMonday Mey jatbJaa. ; a verdict of murder in the first de- II

f frl' ... == L. Woodward, Walter J. Bene. .lIercy free, recommending of the court. the The prisoner defense to was the I twelfth St.,Between P. Oand Blscavne Hotel .MIAMI FLORIDA ,,

field, jointly( Indicted for arson, pleaded
,/ t \>ly conducted by Col. Anno aud Att',
not guilty. W. I. Metcalf. ,6
I :v..> W Mather, (Indicted for assault The +
'regular venire for the second
with intent to murder, plead not guilt.. cask of
court was then drawn; and it
: 'S'H T-si F M, Hatch and Aaron Collins, inlicted appearing to the court that, the venire XIMJtNIES. ; '
:: for assault with iutent to murder, would be exhausted at the special re- r ?'

pleaded not guilty. inset of Sheriff Frohock, drew an additional '
Peter Grayer, Indicted for, murder In venire of fifty names from the
the first degree, pleaded Dot'guilty. box. The names were ere follows: I
Goods Etc.The t
resent The Court at this juncture Instructed Regular Venire-C. 1;.Xlmanies, F. t. Dry Notions s

Kep rWhlch'we the sheriff to see if other quarters more Dodge,Chao. Schmidt $. C. Laulef,,. ,
are closing at ;ommodious, and on the ground'"floor, f. T. Ziegler: H..R. Bruce, H. Sanders, '

,, ::= gould be secured: before Friday morning, A. F. Hosford, H, M, King. W. J. Only .Complete and Exclusive '
it Diles, Chas. C. Green, W. W. Kelley.
i r 1)1) which to bold court,. not considering;
? 1 1.i. '::= the present room safe, with the larg The following is the special venire ,Dry Goods, House in Dade County '

,,, hr re ., '" ='= crowd that had gathered therein. Geo. Richardson, E. J. Brown, Geo. .

.i. G EAT uY- : .,,,;,.,.' ; .111I. F. M.Hatch. Aaron Collins and F.W.1st.lef If,. Kniaht. B. S. Potter. I. N. Cox J. We hove ju received OUt New Spring; Silks: Lawoci, Naioecoks,

'' ''y v, I :\ under,bondwiee; cu d from H. Cheatham, n. F. Ingalls.J J. R, Frlnk, Swisses, Chambraye! Embroideries, Laces, Elbbong, Etc. Im. a.i
;, .y, -- r attendance on court until Monday. Robert Welburn, J. A. Smith, J. F. Grif .i ported qnd Domestic Wash Fabrics of all kinds ',
: 3, I ,in,J. R. Girtman Geo. J. Steinhauser, Samples furnished Great line
,," EDtJC'ED I Tbecase of the State vs David Gamble upon request.
Clarence Cook, McKay Tucker, B. H. of House Furnishing Goods at
a ='=I :, charged with the murder of David King, A*. L. Haugh, J. W. Candy C. Frcher Low Prices. '
Burr was then called, and the following \ M.;T. Whitney, Joel A. Dean, s
CES I jurors taken Ironf'tbe venire,' were em ;. B. Beach, John Mullin, J. B. Scales;
..t pn
{ paneled and sworn In: John Goodwin, vV. II. Lawrence, Jr., C, W. Brady, II. SURPRISE STORE
+ F. G. B. Snell -Oollld
J Griffin
ei: Cupplnger, J. R. Abrams, H. Ludlow,
g I == Frank. Call rK. II. II sllngton; H, N. Neil, J. M,
Nicholson ChaSJ .D. C. E. mW M1CP7FL C. L. XIMANIES Prop. ti tia
Cohen, Pryor Carroll, W C. Sayres,J. I,. Marsh, Chas. .. ,
C. Garnier, W. E. Young, J. R. Abramp -u-aro
Courley; W. L. Bracknell, Chas. A. Mil'ler
ac Judge Jones then placed the jury It: J. P. Canard, R. Canard, .Chas. J>.
,c;,', Can Zy the hands of the sheriff with 'orders.>th t jeybould, Gel Russell, H. E. Tuttle, J i ,

I :; they keep together, and not discuss 01 O.: West, J. If.: Uayea. J. W. Spivey, C
5, __ allow .d, the for consider 3& 33& &U &U a! r U
-- di8CU88 case *' B. Wainwrlght., C. D. Jenkins, W. L.(3r Eea
: Linn and to report for *uty Friday ,( 'ut{ B. Pence and F.. ergen.TNO nexutttnllooetlonfarhotolurroxl l- Bargain In Improved bualne.ii
\ Beach morning, s _. _' f dense, In Mluml, rrantlnfc tae
p" .1' : on' lluy property .In Miami. Will pay 'M
\ 'ost 'Palm Beach Miami fur t, nn llth ttroet 1MO tact; on Ave '
The grand jury then came before the PROMINENT VISITORS. nnu "A" tea fuec. Thla property la percent, on hnnitniont. On be
, noon the Itoyi' J'lni llot.il', 140 lent bad at a bargain. If aol court, and after making the following from .lintel J'nrk.fiHIOO.OO. narLftlD at next thirty; day.
general presentment, were discharged:
jovernor, Jennings and Family and-Co: .
To Hon. Minor S. Jones, Judge of the ooooooTOWNLEY
d, Seventh Judicial Circuit, of Florida: Bryan'wera. Here,this Week. '
.____ ___. e We the grand jurors servling for said Miami had two very noted visitors

'' Al term beg leave to make the following Monday evening. Col. W. J. ,-$ryan BROTHERS
ire Sllacj I
r Anthony's,' S Shoos o S \\t' >reseutments: md Governor- W. S. Jennings,-the latter

e I We have endeavored to fully Investigate iccompauied 6y Mrs. Jennings, aud son
# ; and carefully! consider all matter tad Adjutant General J, C. R,.. Foster REAL- ESTATE. AGENTS
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of a criminal nature brought before us. 'he party remained here about an hour;

{ 'M =.AiALlU1AAAAUiJ) UVIAaAUAAAVAWVAAAI....W We have through our committees exam-: : rods number of prominent citizens met MIAMI, ..FLORIDAXMXXX
ned the offices and records' of the sev hem at the depot where Col, Sam. ,- ,
eral county: officers and find them neat! !tits,who is supposed to baye boarded < >
and carefully kept, and with as mud he train somewhere up the road witL
.r''' ystern'as could' be expected in tht he ald'of'l a flying,; machine, look great'pleasure ttarRaln In Oranve Grove 'In the '
vicinity of Miami.lne wren In
'f. W DDELL.I cramped and uncomfortable quarters. In introducing the distinguish Five acrttH In benrlnK crctve -- 1

}r' r We have carefully (investigated the ed guest to friends and admirers of 4troct..Jl(.> per old. oust Hrnull> 4tn sal lovtiHtiueut.Grxu. Will _,
charges made against the county commissioners "The :Greatest man on earth." Col. aO }'our TlloUH""ia'iiol-/
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..ed'1N. NNN NNN NNNe 1 lara.
2 [ and find that the commis Bryall'llpoke a few words very much to

)..,, atones have acted for the very best in- he'point in regard to the next national
Fine list ,City Lots desjra- erestnof was' Why I'Ry..nt,when you can buy Wo 'Imve ilonrrahlo. bnalneas. prop
the In the olhe
.Real i county. ;ampaigne,.and said that though he from Tonnley Hroa., Miami. nice arty In Mlnml, unproved unit unlui.
contract for building bridge over not the standard bearer, he would be coUugD! ienu from. $rW.W jo 11000.00 on proved,tor sale on serf r terms
: ble Biscayne Bay fronts:;; be Miami\ river we Bud that they used found .H.the midst of The fighU

great; judgement in Retting an advan Col. Bryan joined the Governor's .
i ; jgeous contract saving money i to lie arty at Jacksonville, and was on_ his
T Estate; also; Fruit and Vegetable: tax payers. And lu the purchase way to Havana to attend the Inaugural, ,

of supplies for the public ..works, hn of T. Estrado Palma, Cuba's first

"" Traots near Miami, Cocoaal1q such as the purchase of dynamite resident, and in the interest of his Tomato Wraps and -.: '

lumber and other materials, good bus aper, The Commoner; and Collier's : ".
'ness judgement was used. Weekly, -::: \
,U; / I nut Grove and vicinity, improved We recommend that the county com Governor. Jennings will be joined at Crate Nails : ...

litwionerg do all Intheir_ power to Havana, by D. M. Hendry, President of
and unimproved" hasten the completion of' the new jaii I he State Board of Health and Dr. Jl Y. .1.
:"... Collection and also the court bouse. I' Potter, State Health Officer, and while I have just received a larj
s suitable for residence or in.Aaency' .- We also recommend, that there be a 'here, will investigate the sanitary; con Tomato Picking Kaskels' Crate Nails ;And Vciietable .
way of crossing the canal'on the public lianas of the city. Carriers.. I purchased early and p -p"ha"ed rlghtand "'

road from West Palm Beach to Juno, Gov, Jennings made some very in- It will pay any one In sees of tomato wraps and nape, 'v
+ i vestme :t. \ by a bridge or lighter.We erestingrppliea: queetionsaeked him to see me, or write fur prices, before buying I also.

: .. take pleasure' in thanking your egardiag the claims of the Stale ol harry a i
Se'NNNe'N't+NNN.e NNe'NN.... lonor for courtesies extended to ns and Florida against .the IT,; S. Government, .-

is i Ion. J. D. Beggs, State's Attorney, for the details of which were quite lengthy, Full Line of General ,MerchandiseAT >

Lie able assistance aa well as the several prolvlng; Florida's debet to the -' .
r Phosphate "and county officers for their* courtesies ant overoment, but would leave the State LIVING P 1CESHUDSON

,Y- l- ssUtance during our Investigation +111of early $700. oo to the good when ac-
.' Orange Grove Lands 'wnich is respectfully submitted. fonts were squared, not contrary a / BURRLittle
$. II. Padgett, foreman. rlflle of {90,000 in another: item from

On the West Coast Miami, ria., May Sf; 1901. per cent due the State from lands sold River, .' Florida '

u, --' within lU burden noweve.IF.w get +
The case of ,David Gamble, charged' he. larger sifni. "and Dade county'raises
tJJnt for Armour &. Co, f Fertilizers Chicago. Aermotor Wind Mills, Chicago with. the murder Of 'David Burr, con- nou'gh; tomatoes we can manage to get
unied aboutall the court's time from along a little 'wbild without the last '
F ,7 Correspondence Solicited. .. 'huriday until Saturday when a verictof Item. ----a- FRRNK( W.: STRNT6N & CO..OUR .

om. 0.... Sank of Bay 81.ean.' MIAMI, :FLORIDA murder in ,the first degree 'was Building.
and Tw.lnb 8traa His at Another '
.AV aue D. rendered by file jury attorney SPECIALTY
Mr.G. C. Friscell arrived last Monday ?
Y71n once moved for a" new trial 'on' the
of the ground; of irregularities, but fudge night from Jacksonville bringing with '
;n Buy Your. Olothingr ones.after hearing the testimony on the .lira the plans for his hew building flier Eancy ,East Coast Tomatoes

subject, overruled, and notice of appeal! I' to be erected on lath street next: doorto

MEN to the higher court was at once made. C. D. Leffler's. It Is to be a.Jwotorybrick 14 Vine Street ?
PIONEER CLOTHING with a itlass and Miami atone Philadelphia; ,
In the case of Bryan Smith charged 'froot and work, will be begun as soon asthe S
with robbery, defendant waa rete ailed on estimates have been submitted by I -
i' OF DADE COUNTYSchneidrnan liter recognizance to appear at the next the!, contractors. aud accepted. Growers:_ of Florida( Oranges and Grape-Fruit':,
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tarot of court. Born.WHITS GROVES j LOCATED r' r ,
& Cohen The case o*J. t. Woodward and J. : At' Miami, & Palmetto.
"' on Sunday MayI Lila & Stanton TerrI Cein I'la.; Armslrons Stantori, 1'1&, j
W. Benefield.! charged with arson, was I .'!9<>:a, to Rev. ., C. W. White an.l( wife, Knox & Stantoi; Uinonl' Fla..lr ;
: Miami Florida ben brought before the |lacy, who (fifter ..daughter. ,"' '' '
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: OP THE SPLENDID HIGHWAYS f.1It-t i .P/\U1" C.,fdNh$ ",' W. C. MINN1CK ( )
' } -7 IN THAT STAT t I a.a ,' ,. :I i) ',, W" '

ti' of-Interest Concerning Items of Interest Boiled Down and I': __, .' i'' JONES; & MINNIOK: .
ROW tke Pike C61aty: Gravel n. I ,
..,, the Great State of Florida Prepared for Busy Readers. War Built are Are.. Now 1taa.tata. House Bit ? i ,

n In General Record of a Week. o d...Bu.Bt. tit* Irao:.... Derive .
t Prose ........ c Building Contractors > '
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The water melon season will 'open up The committee on merchant marine I I The pioneer good roads builders of THOS. J. CRIER, | < .... ,

in about twq ww eke. ,id firsherles of the House of JRepreeutatlves the west ware the sturdy farmers Of I ." ,
' has' Appointed a;subcommittee the ,.aouthea tllrn part of'Pike county, 1 sr.Contractor J Only the ',Best of Mechanics '
There art' ten candidates i the field bill; Mo., who In the early flftlea began the sand r ,
to draft an omnibus to Include all '
for the legislature! in Alachua county. agitation for highway Improvement o Employed '
bills hatcheries, which have been x : on bur Contracts
the for
which \ In ;May 1807 the r : : :
1 : Senator James E. Broome. of Gadsden reported favorably. This will include organization crystallized of ttjyjtopnny,to constructa ,In '. :guilder t :
I id announced candidate for It (J ; < \
as a
: j county v '
two (In Florida. gravel road from the city of Clarke! o .. ...r WESt PALM ; :: '
Secretary of State. a; BEACH;: FLOR11)A't ,
President Roosevelt has signed the villa to the vllla 9 o* ;paynesvlllo\ a! 2 IB prepared to fill your order,0 &- JII-1010.t, ," ) ,
,, The United States Fish Commission distance of ten miles.: g I : "h't' ''

''t bus recently deposited 3,010,000 shad ileomargarlnelblll; 'The road probably the "flrs gravel g. promptly and in workmanlike! .- I "V<... .." ... fPcc "" ,"''i'" ,'A '
funeral of tlie Archbishop : ,.
The | .
fry In Florida streams road ev r built west of the Mlsslsnlppli I '
.i took last Friday In New it manner. 'Estlm t fUfJi1 bel1o 3 .. ...... '" .': 11! .... \.
The annual of the Oorrlgan place river, completed In 1800( and Is n, : '' ,,,.I -- --- _._- .---.-. ----.- .. .\ 11t tI t->
fifty-ninth synod '
York. The bodywas| laid to rest la then line piece Of good roads engineering./ It f on construction work of every r".t.,' ''
Episcopal diocese of Florida has been i ":
:rvpt of St. Patrick's cathedral. Is doubtful. It. equal can be found lathe : L" G.. w. ,,5. BELL' r
session at Jacksonville! this week. description. 3i t
J .. The remains of the late. Admiral W.' entire country says; writer In i

Thieves visited several houses and 1'. Sampson were Interred last Friday at The Good Road Magaaine.It! was the 0 wn.vwn." .

,u\ business places in Jacksonville Sunday't irllugton, D. C. The President and his nucleus of a general System of high-1 Contractor and Builder' A

night and secured a considerable amount :abinet attended the funeral services la'' Way which Improvement now owns and'lI1alntalnll'In :PIke County more" i West Palm Beach,; Floridanetstr{ 1 y
of AH
booty. f <
i On account of other business Washington.: thAn fifty m11Qs of splendid !gravel and, 9 M e WEST PALM BEAOH, FLORIDA 'ry rI'he
: engagements Baruum &, Bailey's circus was the, macadam roads. ::' isoi1o11o1to1ta7.o5towno9t osolaoloott Q '
F. Sherwood has about de ; erection and repairing of BulMn( s'of ail descriptions. '
: J. given el'llOliat.
Calumet township alone 'has more
l sauae of a serious riot la Better, France, .,...,. : .attention. PLANS AND 'SPECIFICATIONS;; FURNISHED
Bided to the'Citrus County Chronl thnn thirty miles of gravel road, whose -
t I hut Monday. The crowd seeking admls. __ ON APPLICATION. All work well and .
cle one of the best paying li fame la country wide Jibe belt., road:)' promptly *W,
r" papers ,
done "
k Lion to the performance was greater A C. Dittmar References! given if, desired( ,' ,.,
: Florida. which baa Its beginning and eud In ,
than the tent could accommodate, and' CInrksvflle, Is twenty-one"1nlles long DKAI.JOR: .. IN Completely Equipped for First-Class Plumbing
Hyacinths came floating down the St.Tohns those who were unable to enter began'uonlng and forma a'loop Into the rlell'D8'I'cUI.[ -KoujrU and-- Residence on Bvernia. Street, near Lake Front.'' r"o .lox 36r [..,
river today In bloom, slguiiyin! I t l-H-tf _' "
five of .
the circus employees, '
tural region In the rear of the town, '"
1 a large and prosperous crop was growlof ; whom were injured. One had his skull making communication' between ,city bxiessed Iilatnber: '< .-
,)r on the upper Sj. Johns river'-Jackson ractured and will die. The and country: easy and 'delightful .' -- '
probnbry_ j 7'.. :::
Shingles Doors Sash Blinds
Want ii
ville Metropolis. :rowd numbered about sevjn thousand. Thnt good roads building pays-I* ''at I aHouse :

Penaacola had the distinction thii They 'cut the tent ropes and several tested by the fact tbat Calumet; townl Mouldings. Brick Lime : '

,,i ., week of a marriage, wherein the bride housand persons forced their way to ship Uonst of being the rlcbe t. agricultural / and Builders' Hardware,, Built: .. r
township In the world. Its wealth.: '
.' procured the license and paid for it. he arena. The police were powerless being greater than the sum that Thorn- FORT PIERCE, -. f FM>RIDA; ,, ? ,
Men are seldom too modest to procun o check them. Troops were called out ., "
as Jefferson paid for the entire Louisiana -
the document that binds them to t nd restored order;finally driving the LIGHTWOOD POSTS
; purchase$18,000,000..' Millionaires II.'T. ( rant, Contractor and: Builder, is prepared,, to give--
I woman.-Jacksonville Metropolis. loters away. The performance was seeking nn Ideal tetreat for .a FIrat Class Light wood Posts for 1: prompt service and Batiafnetory! work-to. ally one needing .

I Charles W. Burnham in charge of< ioncluded, bu:at Its" termination the country borne, have erected magnificent Pineapple Covering and other pun i anything in the construction. line.' _. -
ii'J' United States Fish Commission car .eats were taken 'down mid arrange. ,mansions along/ this hlghway, and poses"x Address .
ii stopped over in Klssimmee a few hour nests were made to start Immediately Wealthy farmers -Uye In easy comfort Call: on or address
within stone's throw of the fatuous 1/ .9. HOWARD ,
this week, and deposited 60,000 shad ii or Carcatuonne, the next place On tbi a H. T GRANT
lake Tohopekaliga? Much interest i oute. The circus had tnuble similsjo .. road their chief recreation'being'dallydrives Sebastian, Fla. '
la lianduome rubber tired'carriages : 6l902 WEST PAlXf BEACH: FLORIDA
felt in this move of the government bj that which occurred at Bezlers at over Its smooth gravel surface. i I

the fishermen. ette and i Narbonne. The Glarksvllle and Pavnesvtlla'road' .
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1 Among .the Floridians at Washington 1 Sensor Servo's airship,- called LOn I was originally bull,, uy -a corporation **&U&3l'atSI 'JtfSS- JWiffW @@.(. .

the past week were.Messrs. J. R. Par 'afx, made, an assenslori at Paris known as the Clarksvllle, Pratrlevllle I : .

j\ rott, E. J. Triay, Cromwell Gibbons, Vfonday charge of two assistant aero and Paynesvllle; Road co mpany. :;Tho, Build Houses I :I. M. M. a-ReeK"" :
projectors of the road operated ::
I l' Geo. M. Nolan C. B. Rogers W. F. lants. It exploded: when at a great
the broad principle that the 'public,
,I Coachman, Jacksonville; Dr. J. Y. Porter refight end the two.men were killed. Move H9us s. :
should be the beneficiary .or-'hIgh way' t .Buildings Handled
i ,, Key West; Colonel Post of Sea. The British Island of 1St Vincent, Improvement, and. It Is a matter, ol Houses. Contractor ad Mfler. ;

breeze, and H. C. Chubb, of Gainesville, :dose to the Ill-fated Martinique, In the pride to the people of the'county that Repair,, on Commission '

I By an analysis furnished by the the rr Nest Indies- has been visited by a terrl-- not' one dollar of dividends Was ever Shop wprk, :

i' fist employed by the Reading Iron Company >earthquake And volcanic outbreak paid by any Pike county road Company ,. ,
Repairing and Specifications furnished
of Pa. of the from to Its stockholders. Tha roads were noti&3 : or
Reading one largest t I lespatchea Kingston state that \, .
'iron companies In the United States the ;reat loss of life has occurred. I Dock B i diDg. ,i w on Application -, -, :

I value of the iron ore found in immenst The Province of Ontario, Canada and I '

'quantities in St. John and Volusla coon uuch of New York State were visited Call on or address 'i. WEST PALM UEAClf, e FLORIDAJHMES ?

ties near the line of the East Coast Railway if heavy frosts early in the week. t . .
J i has been confirmed.. M. J. YARBOROUCH
Lord Pauncefote, the :British Ambassa-
The appraisal of ,the estate of Ileniy lor atJVashington, Is seriously ill. ? .Neat Palm lleacli. Fin.I '
B. Plant is now going on in New YOlk a'H
Hon. Cromwell Gibbons 'and Judge 0LLEY
v City The sessions of the appraiser q '
are secret. It is said that the valuationof Jeorge M. Nolan have been -in Wash. rr t .. O"SES.' ..... :BuILDER :'r.\--'J'' '

j the subsidiary and connecting line ogtoti for several days representing 4 I ,BUILD ..,r : .

:tlalmants before the American Treat i Pt.ANS..AND SPKCIPfCATlOttS FV .. .
oil making( up the Plant System of! Railways ] .y ? NISH D.OWAPPIICATION. v...
shows that some of these are worn Claims: Commission. The firm repre- WEST PALM BEACH -. i FLORIDA tP

', little intrinsically, but as a part of the tents bet wee tf $3,300,000 ao<$3,000,000 G. A. 'KUNZEContractor, I l-B.tf

Plant they have a value much in excest if claims growing out of the Cuban r

i of their original cost. It was learned nsurrectlotTagainst Spain. The claim and Builder:.. ,la good enough forUNCLE :

tbat the State Comptroller's estimate ol sets are American citizen wbose prop. iP R 0 I D
,! Y Specifications on Application. .
the Plant estate at the time of .Mr. :rty was destroyed or damaged by the SANE

Plant's death' was fiaoooooo. Since :uban insurgents. In their' argument P. O, Box 254 WEST PALM BEACH yaya.
\ Mr. Plant's death however the >efore. the commission the gentlemen 3-al-Bm t ..' -
a it was said, has risen to about eferred to took the ground that the ::!? .) F'I and "i'oiuivlll find that ra

I $10,000,000. Jutted Stales agreed by treaty with : First-Class :.'R'O 0 N' .G' ,

A despatch from Fetttandina sat j pain for certain considerations to pay A BOA IN MISSOURI. j f '. it best for yon. '

that the has'1 "hi claims, and tli'af Spain ceded to the built to grind out dividends. They were .

I charter to city the new council electric"car granted line to a, tatted State In'i traat the,Islands of built for the people, for the communli.: Blacksmithingcan The specifications for the work which the Weather Bureau Department dN

t'orto Rico and Guam as a pledge for ty's good. They.lIave'always been operated baa in view at Jupiter gall for PAROID ROOEING.
operate certain
on city tt as toll roads, those' who uSe .
he payment thereof. They hold tbat, .. For and write
Amelia Beach. This marks an era ol the United them willingly paying the small fee'"exacted always be prices ...
is States baa
these '
prosperity for the city which undoubtedly for the privilege.The obtained at the
will be far-reaching. Amelia Beach, is Spain's indemnity, the claimants are county; encouraged the early good new shop of l-IO-tl GEO.. F. PADDISON, Eau. Grallie, Fla. ,

which is considered by many to be thtjiucBb entitled either to the amount of their roads builders by offering to become an
proved claims or the islands in Ques, equal shareholder with the neortla.. The _
uu the Atlantic vunsi, bas pul) JAMES MILLER
tion. municipality of ClarksvUlesubscribed .
been reached heretofore by private conveyance for $...000 worth of stock and the farmers I I ..)\I" .k'
or by an uncertain service ol Congress, on Thursday, passed by an IClematla
living along/ the surveyed route /\'venoe.Vell! of :Railway. TO ALL INTERESTED
the branch line of railroad operated' ioi werwhelming vote?, a bill granting helped the movement by contributing --
', a while- during the summer. The promoters taooooo'for.the(: ", sufferers in the great the right. of way. .r
\, 'of this line Messrs. John G. Me- jalamlty that has overtaken St. Pierre The uniform wldtbor the roads "Is Iron andRepair ---: Tam: :; -

Griffin;' E.-W. Bailey, L. G. Mirth andJ. tad the neighboring' villages on the thirty feet. In their construction a K

W. Simmons, are well known citizens. island of Martinique, West Judies! grade twenty; feet wide was thrown up Work i Peninsular Electric ConsirnctioL ti
on the rout of the survey. Some por-
Sbertden, a suburb of PittsburyV-f ., A Specialty ,
,)Ions of the roads cross many hills ansi,J 'I .
Further interesting vas the of '
developments scene a terrlbleilisaiter aat i' valleys, making, considerable grading '--
have occurred in connection with the Monday' COMPANY ,,
evening.A.trala"'of.five'firs; necessary la places. Upon the graded ,
Palatka sensation the arrest, hearing Tf f naphtha being shunted" the yardsf bed stratum of gravel twelve Inches Geo. S.'Hacker&SonI : I IS- NJW open to thepatronage of the pnT>llc of WesT '

and subsequent release from the clutch the Pan Handle Railroad caused all deep was originally laid. The road was r Palm Ueaoh and Vicinity '"*-- y ,
t es of the law of William Catto, charged trouble.. In shunting the cars one then ready for user; and a few' months ;

;v t with attempting to burn the Putnam vas partly telescoped; the leaking nap- of traffic packed the gravel so solidly .Electric, Construction of AH Kinds. ,'

1 House. Now Catto is after the scalp ha was ignited by a switch lamp and; that It became as smooth as a floor. Amit uno Horn. Call Ilellii, Burglar amt Fir Alartt..y.t.m a sp-.a'T.. .. '

of those who caused his arrest and hat i series of terrific explosions followed. Among the later benefits derived by I ALE WORK UUAHANTBBO.-' _' > :
the community,from the splendid road :- : ,.: i
commenced action In the United States The naphtha flowed in '
a stream for a
system Is establishment of a rural Offices In Jefferson Block ,
district court at Jacksonville, for slandei nile and a half down the streets ctus- tree delivery.mall route by the government ,, 10-18-tf t',

and defamation of character,. against ng further explosions.. "As a result The'carrlers leave Olarksvllla at P. O. 39,". West Palm Beach, FJa.

Antonio/ Uaina S. J. Kennerly, and Dr. nore than twenty persona were killed,' 9 o'clock.'each "morning and by 'noon ... ',-

A. M. Steen in which be seeks '50,000 md two hundred more were frightfully bare completed the circuit of the township err .. .

damages from each. The summons in lurned. The property loss is estimated delivering the day's mall to nearly I

the case of Mr. Usina was served oo it $600,000. every tarmb use... II.I. .

Dr.Friday Steen last were; that served of Mr.on Kennerly those and -It Is now generally admitted that maintenance No tax Is levied of upon the the roads.people They for i MANUJRACTUREB.S OP BOND & :BOND COMPANY =

gentle. about thirty thousand people lost their I are sustained wholly by the 'revenpa Doors.Sash ... .
men Tuesday afternoon and all
are returnable lives as a result of (INCOUPOBATED.
the outbreak of derived from the tolls. While the old I ).
June 3d next. VIont Pelee volcano at St. Pierre, Martinique turnpIke road, dotted here and therewith Blinds, MouldingsAND *

The San Mateo Fruit Co. Is soon to be last Thursday.The Its tollhous s. Is regarded In some MANUFACTURERS OFJLUMBER. '

incorporated under the laws of Florida parts of the country as a relic of yean Building
miners strike is now : ,Material
with a capital stock of f 50,000 for the on agone, yet the system'Is so entirely satisfactory LATH
of Pennsylvania. Throughout the anthracite and the results"! r. patent CHARLESTON, S. C. AND SHINGLES I -
purpose acquiring and disposing ol coal regions' it is estimated that that there seems to be no Inclination ,
lands and their products and especially .ga' Largest Factory South. .
145,000 men are 'out for Increased on the part of those most Interested to
the growing of citrus fruit. The incor wares and shorteir;houn.- -, _Not nni ._..r 'discontinue the toll system. It la-argued Send? r Price.*.. Flooring Siding and Ceiling O Brick Lima! and Cement
'n --- '
poratora will be John A. Crosby, of San the 1 .,
four hundred and fifty-seven coal- and verY lneteallv that tiA /\nntf ,'
Mateo T. B. Merrill cashier of < -- ---- --- ---IN: STOClt_ d ds
the Put. lieries is I in operation. could not legally levy a tax upon; 'all, '\
nam Bank, and S.
president ol the Kenherly J. Kennerly Hardware, Mrs Kate SofTel wife of ex-Jail Warden the people of of a the road county'system for peculiar the maintenance to WOOD FOOD! OFFICE AND YARDS 3-1-1902 '

Company. The company has. secured Peter K. Soffel wbo ON F. .
about 16 acres of rich hammock d at pleaded guilty any particular community The expense E. C, .RY., _
.II' San Mateo, fronting on the St. Johns tq the charge 'of aiding murderers-Ed of keeping the roads In repair Between Poincetta ,

river with wharf, packing houses and ind John Biddle in their sensational I not nearly equal mile for mile, to that Stove Wood. St. and Lake. .Worth.LAKE .. ,, -_ .
orange shed covering 350 trees and escape from the Allegheny!; county Jail, : required'! to- keep dirt roads In even ,

fruit altogether trees about that 1,000 are In orange bearing and grape and was on Saturday last,sentenced to serve passable condition. Deilrerfd to Any'fart of Town. : WORTH /

t which it is estimated will easily bring two years in the penitentiary at Pitts- : OAT WORKS
Heavy Well .>.. .
to burg Pa. ,
l' the company .over $1.000 this- falT /
The plan Is to -plant trees and protect People generally are beginning "to Leave1 orders" at Wood Xflrd, OB Clematis A. T. ROSE, Proprietor>

them by sheds in number not less than The consecration of Bishop-elect WIN realise that roadbulldlng Is a public address: Avenue, near theaalroadtrack.;. .. Launches, Yachts Sail and Fish Boats, Row Boat. and y
..- from 2,700 to 3000. Considerable stock liam J. Kenny will take place la the matter and that'the' beat Interests of Built tar Order, Overhauled, Repaired Dlnnhva
Has already been subscribed in this city.llf cathedral at St. Augustine on American agriculture and the American J. T. or Hauled Out. .
?alatka New and Advertiser. Cardinal Gibbons will officiate. Sunday people. a whole demand the construction SHELL Boat Yards at Mangonla.

of, good roads. ______..: '. 'ltOPnliiOa.et': I 1048 tt P. O. addms. WEST PALM BEACU
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:: r1- *. -'k. I I.iji j' THE TBOPICAL SUN. WKST: PAfclK BKACH FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1903. l't"

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/ : \. 4 TIDINGS OF wag founded: January of this year at MOLTEN ROCKS lust cast anchor off St. :Pierre at 6 a. m., GRAPTED,

the home' of Mrs. Simmons, and baa In fine ", weather, t succeeding{ an awful BUDDED Mulgoba Mangoes.Largest .

." THE COUNTYftt.h" accomplished a great deal of Interesting AND ASHESCover thunderstorm during the night be "was

work in "study of out of the way subjects. : talktng tbe ship's agent: Joseph PHa-! Collection of Crotons In the United States. Palms, Phyllan-

: Au Invitation to One of the Club's afternoon ( soul, who was in a boa, alongside when LhuI, eto.-- AU po gro"D. Full Line Citrus Stock

; Paragraphs"" of Interest From Different I lij considered' a privilege-ant* the City of St. Pierre'Island be saw a tremendous cloud; of smoke and gro'Wlion High Spruce Pine Land. Address .

II ;V" Sections of Dade by most certainly ynjoyed. of Martinique, and the City glowing cinders rushing ,witb, terrific JOHN B. BEACH, West Palm Beach. Fla.

.'t,;;. ", ,Correspondents." Mr, Kirk Muiiroa has just had built a 1 Totally, Destroyed.A rapidity over the town and port, complitely ....

,, '" I'"'' r handsome atone watering trough/; or J to an instant! enveloping the -

'?;' ; ; I .VOTES FROM DELRAY. drinking well, at his gate1 way, ou tbe despatch to the Loudon Dally Mall; farmer in "sheet, of1 Saute and raining From now on until the busy

L ounty road and presents itSB he putsIt point-a- fire! on board.! .The agent bad just time ipicii1Summer I Prices season Is commenced again, I
P'\: k ''' Mrs Bancroft and daughter Mrs, ulI(1erdate of May loth, frpm will give the residents of West
to climb when
, "To the Horse of Cocoanut -Groie on board his boat dis :
., :::1 Sherman have started for Bay City, Pitrr, Island of Guadaloupe, French i Palm Beach a substantial reiluc-

. ;:;(,, .".. /'. d'.., \., ,.....*. Mich., .hfter upending the winter at their Sun their friends. West Indies says: appeared. Several of the crew of the tlon on all shoe repairing cleaning and whiten lug. Come andyinveutigate this,
" j ..': BOOKS FOR. FARMERS' HOMES. "The Mont Pefee r St Pierre cratlr Roddam were quickly.cor.hed to death. mid save money.BUCKEYE. '
W ; K: i winter( home lii this place. i
.., Tomatoes'are being rushed out /now Out In Wisconsin they have! what tbejr ejected yesterday.morning molten rock By superhuman efforts having steam SHOP Old ItuiJoin,flank JOHN' F. ROSS
i t the "was tbe
. cable and
: ,-fI' ,:;, quite lively and botb packing houses call "Wisconsin Traveling Libraries," and ashes during three minutes and up slipped
;. steamer backed from the
,II ;, which books lent to the families St. Pierre and the away shore,
by are completely destroyed
,l' ; are doing a fine business. Four carloads _
I '
:'(;" ::" :-;: were shipped( from this place last of farmers and. o h whose\ situation ,dlHtricts within a four.mile radius. )dAli Castries.9 hours Ten later of tbe managed Roddam's, to reach CITYiWlda MEA: r MARKET S
......i' Saturday.Win.; from life town) i Is more or less remote.As the Inhabitants were burned.' About 8
and Western Meats Game and
were lying dead contorted and burned ", I'oultry
i of "ilsts"and statisticsthe from the Boraluia of the
'g ..Cninbrey was in Palm' Beach last this l.a tbe day ptfisengers of
libraries have their Unto Line saved out. semblance, among/ the Mail Ordera Receivi, Careful Attention
:: ..', Tuesday on a buslnsss trip. traveling / Quebec Steamship! were by : black cinders which covered the ship'sdeck V B ,

... lIIr Montgomery : and son arrived toot and it Is interesting to note the the French cruiser Suchet. '
..r' to a: depth of six Jefferson Block \;VEST PALM BEACH.Don't
a ( .Inches. .Two .
fronrthe tames of the readers who patronize them. "The inhabitants of the southern district r.900
Monday night north and will '
Y1.1M : more'of tbe crew have since died.
From their!latest records Itappears that of the-island, who were dependent
1 ;stay until after the shipping season is The survivors of the
$.4 .. -- over'. Klik Mtitiroo's "Flamingo Fea her on St. Pierre, for provt\ ioas, are menaced. Roddam's crew PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
... were loud in their praises of the heroic :
. was far more extensively read than any by Forget
the road
- Operations on atone coin
famine.ABOTmST. conduct of their his
captain steering ,
other book tacking the same number of PIERRE. UUII.LIIIOWOHTH 0110.o.CVhRtIl.UlULLING S
and fine
tuenced l1a1c Monday progress vessel out of danger with bis hands
own ,,
: 1-- ,I I. being lade xP. trips. So, nys Harper' Weekly pf May : The latest available& figures show that won.'l'U& CUnRIE
; ; which burned the rain of That have all
were badly at
I by we ,
___ l'ederson'loat valuable hoi list 10, 1902: It will interest thosewho do the total poputattotiof tile i Island of Martinique
' Thursday) which); bad been,in, his possession not know, to hear that Wisconsin: ia the i is 185,000 people, of whom 95,000 miles after she kept falling under on ship foe a choice line of

: r hours. atrthor'a birth 'State* and-also that the lived at St. Pierre The town was sit got way. Beyond West 1'alm..:'Beach, ... Fla.la .
_ only forty-eight burns all over his body the captain Is FLORIDA WESTERN
Ladies'"t Improvement tory In question a story of od st Augustine ualed on the east coast of the Jsland olivftrtlnlque : at I
______ Society, safe, as is also the ship's agent, though :
and tbe St. river and that about i* tnlles from Fort
Johns Ii
have Messrs. :
appointed & W. Chap-
he is badly scorched. I. METCALF, i
.luau, J. O. Penno and W. D.. Sherman Mr. Muaroe \hasrtnade'!! Florida his home de France. It waSthe," largest' and most Mr. PlUsono! is belived here to be the \y. : MEATS

______ a special coinmittee to look siteS the for nearly twtfity years, and handwritten!\ important city: of the 'reucb West, ole survivor of the inhabitants ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. "
\. construction of the new stone road. more books on.Florida or about Florida Indies, and. the chief port of thoseIslands' NOTARY PUBLC.( '
of' St. Pierre "who remained there for the
Capt. Bowie was in town last week -story-book for boys-than any other A small river ran through the town and the shipping interests of the Will practice\ CoalltJ',BlaLe and Federal Live and Dressed Turkeys i
friends. '" writer; and also that he has founded and city, dividing if Into two sections. It. port Court ':
catling on have been the WeatI'au Chickens Butter
n Is' la greatly interested in a public librar> had numerous and fine buildings and utterly destroyed LAND CASES A SPECIALTY. ,

_ LARKINS LOCALS., In the pretty little settlement of Cocoa- churches, a. handsome' theater and extensive & Panama Telegraph Company Office In TBOPICAL Sea Block. Cheese, Eggs, Etc.

nut Grove,wher his home \It., and act' public; gardens. The ill fated repairing steamer Grappler going first, Weal Palm. Beach'Dad, Couaty Florida, t
,This section had a very refreshing i then'the Quebec Liner'Roralma., Capt. I IH. :
as librarian on Saturday aftei noons, and Josephine, consort of Napotetm Bonaparte 5 5 (i
1ES shower on Saturday, which was very : Mugjlah"of latter his had In
the waving
beaUhful! $ to crops, and cooled the air. :, laughingly tells that be has frequently I was born there. -. \ farewell to the Ruddatn as bit vessel B. SAUN D EKS. Jr., Prompt Attention to Mail Orders.Faber '?
asked if this or that is one of bit I AMERICAN CONSUL KILUED.
The horse flies are out in force and beep sank with a terrific: explosion.The A1 TOKNEX.A; T LAW
owif .:...
books is "jntereatlng reading I Washington, May Jo. The following '
have plenty of recruits from day to day 'been received British Royal Mall steamer Esk, Corner Oltvo and patura Streets, Bro's. MarketWest
resent He U a great favorite and.the Cocoanut cablegram hal at the .,!
ur. for the "FJyo.Curo" Mr. LarkJns I > which called off Martinique at 10
Grove Library reading *;oom Is one of State Department: IJ-O-I WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
Rep all tor sale, the horves! would suffer "clock last night, reports standing offshore .
the pleaiantest of pluc.-s to visit.on Sat' f "Ppfut-a-J'Itre! May 9.-Secretary of :Palm Beach.'

_ _ .t reatly. urday afternoons t I State, Washington, T C.:: At 7 o'clock 5 miles' sounding her whistle and -". LEWIS. .,

.: Mr. J-A. WoxI,ot Philadelphia, Pa., _- .- on the'mornlnff of tbe 8th Inst. a atom: sending up rockets: She received, no A.. l-I-lgoi\

"IF.7: A buhas been spending sometime the of steam, mud and fire \eiiveloped tbr answer The whole sea front was Diaz AT10RNEY-AT-LAW S

s ,he. 1'C /guest of !".!r. E. R. Jones and sisters, has ADDITIONAL" PARAGRAPHS 'city and roadstead of bt. Pierre! destroying ', log for.sillies. The Esk sent .a boat and NOTARY PUBLIC. AGENCY -

.. '" ...retiirned to hW) northern home. PURELY PERSONAL ashore, but It could 'not land on Agent of tho U. S. Fidelity at Quantity Co.: ,ofBaltimore .
? ;; ; every house ia the cltv and- com ,,Aid.Ollleo .
'" -I-' account of the terrific beat, which was S
( ; Larklui "people' enjoyed a splendid munlty. Not much more' than 20 par / at corner of ClomutlK\ Avenue and Mar CONTINENTAL
D. of Little River .in accompanied by loud explosions. Nota clHuiie Htreet over, ,trobui'. toro, 1-4-1901
':1., 't4 serifloUat; the school house last Sunda' J. West -waa sons escaped with their lives. Eighteen "
W eat Palm Jleauh. -
soul 'appeared ashore after the
,, \ nnd many were heard to .say that ttev town this week vessels were burned and sunk with all

r wished! that services: could, be. held Messrs: r. B. Rice and R.:' M. Sherwood on board, !including: four American/ yes: boat had waited for two hour;' Fire IT. 1". miANNINO, PLANT COMPANY
.4 and ashes fell all over the steamer V
oftener. \ sets and a teamer from Quebec named .
', were up from Delray yesterday ,
I and Counsellor.atLaw
S/SV. ..- Attorney ,
eJ One of the successful truckers. ,this Messrs.Tony Lopeg.and Louis Rlegel Boralma. Toe Uuifed States consul and' .". / OfKittrell N. C.

.4 ', IIt'cUons,! Mr. Carter. who Is fairly coinv { left yesterday for a pleasur_ ,tJlp to New family ar! reported among the victims. Davidson College. .(Office over Bank) ,

'L, '" ing money., He makes $7.50 per day : York. A"wet'" vessel, bag! come-to Gnadaloupc- The 65th Annual Commencement of 2-16 igoa WEST PALM: BEACH. FLA \ .

-. hauling tomatoes. besides placing lo his I I. WErlc"ao-- Miamf;-wasln' town for provisions and will leave at Jt.'clock Davidson College N. C.fwill' be held STUAWHKRKV PLANTSCsbbage '
):i Credit/the revenue from his owif/ crop hursdayi3..Ht" e l Interest of the Singer tomorrow. AVME,.consut.! "' May :35th, to 28th. pa the :ajth Dr. R. J .tlUEs-E..ANDItEWS, TomIe Mad Calory-Plant*.

( which; is avery good yield thjs season I Sewing Machine. Co. VOLCANIC'DUST STILL FAL .tNG. P.. Kerr; of Richmond delivers the Bac. ATTORN EY-AT-L W.NOTARY,-

Another prominent truck of Bridgetown, Island of Barbadoes qfllanreate; sermon and D.. Egbert W. PUBLIC, CARNATION PINKS -
:1.ic'i t. grower S Saturday of last week MrsC, .b:. Chase A Specialty. S
J W. 'that British Went Indies May 10.- Smith, Greensboro, N. C., the annual
arkh"fl. Galloway
") &t and Mr. Frank F.mk. of Boynton, were prosecuting Attorney ol Brevard Co. 'S
liehaa .almost finished shipping tomatoes lust, (torn the eruption in the island ol sermon before the Yt M. C. A. On We handle Roses and F1ow<*rlng nnnt3 for
\ hi town for the day. FLA. U. I. Tuber. Glen St. Murv. H.. *
fjr this season. f St. :Vincent, was (ailing here yesterday Tuesday the oration before the Literary FT. PlKRCB AND TlTUSVILLS S
'5. V Mr.: L. M. Noxon of Delray spent The roads and houses are covered an Societies Is delivered by Senator Her- -5- ,5-oll-t.r A eliare of your patronage solicited

Mr. Burtashaw and sons clalui_ to be yesterday West Palm Beach, and left Inch thick." This island of Barbaloe81ove. lattdo, DeSoto Money of Mississippi. MAlt ORDERS PROMPTLY SILtEDAddress
nearly through shipping: for this season, M. IIOUIUNS .
; northern QEO. FRANK lOfE:,
.oday'for points s hundred miles from the island of Wed i Adaytbe 28th, Is Commencement .
Mud M*'. Hinton has also made hl .laat Miss Thurza B. Earnest was up from St. Vincent. .... bay and Counaalor'ttt-Laiv r.U.I' P. O. Box 144. Welt Palm Bench; Pie

shipment .. Attorney .... .
L jntana Saturday of last. week. Her As the Presbyterians of Florida are
One of the late in this section is Another Account. Will practice In State and Federal Courts,
S' crops father J. :?, Earnest is very critically represented on the Board of Trustees .VOSS HOUSEThe

tbttoA. W. Coates. Mr. Coates hasryun ill at their home. Castries, St. Lucia B'. W. I., May ia special rates have been granted by the 5 TITUSVILLE, FLA. .

ahj > shipping north. The'young ladles of Lea Fees de 1' Mont Pelee, a volcanic mountain some railroads from Jacksonville; in tbe east, .-...yr moat reasonable Boarding.

' .. ,q! aut'i_ J A Ramacy baa been sending sev- Aiguille: are the guests today of the to miles north of St. Pierre the commercial antI.Mrana( In the west.Everybody's I D. EATON", ..N..I.A. ,J>. House in West Palm !Bench.: S

; ::. 4bv1 ,e !.l l. crates'' of vegetables to northern Hisses Clow. on a abort cruise down : capital, of Martinique,. la the Board and Lodging fl p.'itl' % Week
' \'. -.v"j markets this week. Lake Worth to the Bingham Place. .mountain which I made, a faint show of HOH( OPATHIST ,
'." 4., w ;: complain of low prices Proprietor Conrad W Sch&aid .of the eruption years ago. On May 3 last WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA. Evornla. Street: Just East of Ticket OlYlcu.
" Late shippers Column evidence. opposite Metnodlxt Church. Office M Its. E. C. VOSS Prot>.
\\(0 their product. and that there is very Commercial hotel who baa been spend I It began to throw ourMeuse clouds of Clomatle Avenue, next toMaeonlo Temple. :

\ little left for'the shipper by the time tbe lug some time at Hot, Springs, Ark. for moke.. At midnight, the same day. Office bourn 8 to 9 a.III..1I tool and T to Sp,m. '

;f'; takes its toll for the benefit of his health, is expected ; ft.mesL accompanied rumbling noises "'Sunday 3 to 4 ".111._ Monroe S ayIil S
Rallf l ad Compa WANTED.71TANTED Special Attention Given tn DlBeaiMM. of Dorsey's [ Parlor!
t" freight and other charges. Fortunately' lome Inji few day. lighted the sky over an immense area, S Women' and Children.. .

able to stand the Messrs. O. G. Strohm and M. E. Cru- causing widespread terror. May 4th "\ AGENTS in alt townsv --r-- Banyan St., near Olive.| S
the are
) big growers V IIOOI> M.. i>, CO!."'..'. 111415t.. iBS.I'
strain and know how to make prepara ber. a couple of this town's best hot ashes covered the whole city quarter where we areQ t' represented. H.V. .5

11. known young merchants, took a sudtlen of St. Pierre an inch think,:-and madeMont Write tor agents'1 term Address MIami S bERVJCp; and
... large crop. Steam. Laundry, J t'J. C. Ligeour PROMPT ATTgNTIO'J
.,..-a_ departure this week forCharIeston. S. Pelee invisible. At noon May jtb Proprietor. 5 9 If 11-14 I tf ,
,1 C. ((80 they said) but from private advices a stream of burning lava rushed 4,400 OOloe over Btrohm'e, Store, WEST 1'ALM -
GLEANINGS.'A \ National Tbe FOR SALE. 11BAC1I.; Ueaidenue near Iloyal Poln- -w.HARTsoN
from,the Metropolis, Feet down,the mountain 1fle., followingthe .

GAY SEAS N., Sun is informed that these gentlemen dry bed of a torrent and reaching GOOD ALL-ROt/ND WORK clans Hotel.PALM BEACH. liO /

:The season Is over and Cocoanut have engaged summer quarter ))Ion CO. the sea 5 miles from the mountain in ONE for sale, ami. one fancy dr,,,.
Grove is well\ pleased nt the resutta of bred.V. n. POr'l' u.. 1D.., TAILORINC-
ney Ial&n: standard P. Hatchet *
S r
the past (our months. ,The Inn was been verified, but their friends here con- In,)its rush the fiery flootf'swept from *. -3 9 U (Las '
crowded all winter with a very happy a-aa-98 WEST PALM BEACH FI.A.' In All Its Bnnctie'
alder. it ...ery'plausible. its "path ))autaUon., buildings. factories SALE-at ft. Launch, perfect

Jot of people, among them Dr. Chapman V eWm. cattle and human beings. over a FOR ; also H. P. Pierce engine -- .

-. .., the New, York Evangelist, and A, Blijie, the boss barber baa breadth of about half a mile. M the half price. Agent for the Gray Marine O P. PLATT9 M. D. '

Jlenry Guy Carleton who spent the entire Just| opened up the largest. best 'ventilated rear of the mouth of the Riviera Blanche and Stationary Gas Engines.. W. P. I PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON.Telegram PRESSING, CLEANING .
Uud "bod Koseland Fla. tf
4 season at Peacock's, writing his r and most completely equipped bar stood* tbe'J large Guerin sugar factory,' I 31 DYEING AND REPAIRING .
delivered oil hours of the da,
I; Palm Beach play. ber Shop"in- Dade County with,four one of_ the finest on the island. It is rpWO HORSES ages seven and,five and Dlabt.: -S. --

Ths residents of the Grove line had a chain), in Seminole Hotel Block, West \now completely entombed in lava. ,The JL years. Either guaranteed. One 2-39-190 FORT Pi B ECU. .Fls. ,Shop on "" :St. wv..t Palm 'RelictrD. !

'G gay and busy time and have entertained Palm Beach. 3* tall chimney alone is visible. One trap and one surrey. Also two dray .
wagon Will sell together or separate I>U. HOUGHTON ,
well known so
not only.! many pleasant hundred and fifty ,persons are, estimatedto Iy. Address P. O. Box 34!. West Palm

.* cial guests, but distinguished ones too. have perished there, Includlngtbe Beach: or inquire at this office. DENTOS" M. GEAURIDEAU;

i Captain' and Mr. Haden entertained owner'* son. HOI.I.ANU DOCK: l-HONK 1* .

3 for several weeks Dr. Garrison editor .)f flICALANETSoooooooooooo0.o.o.o.Gc.ooo.o As tbe'lava. rushed into the sea, the Si .5'F' RENT.WB WEST PALM. BEACH. PALM SHAVING PARLOR.

the Christian Evangelist and Mrs. Garrlaon. : latter .receded jOts feet all-along: the ; HAVB TWO elegant Lake. View- S 'Pirst.eIsi Old Itelltthle.Tnniurl*' work by tba

west cpast.: Returning with greater CotUxes for rent for next'season, LT.: DANIEL SHOP UNDER! HOTEL, PALMS i' Sv.ss

p' ". Mr. and Mrs. De Lamater, of New -5.mFoI. the_ Legislature.$ strength a big.wave- covered, the whole one'urnlshed.forffoo Possession and one for'7 November completely I OtNTIST. % "..m Bt>a.h. rieI .;.

York weraluet./ of Captain and Dr. The friends ol MI.VA linnounu.A. IIOOU1.' ol Cocoouut sea fiont of.St. Pierce but,' did little Also one furnished given Cottage, 7 rooms I., COCO A k INDIAN.RIVBH.FbOHIIJA. tGU' -_
for month. Urove, hereby. him as.. '* damage ashore orafloat. for the summer $a J month. .*> \
Simmons a WIUIblt4.. l''r the Mulnlntur. from ) 'le ) per .
1'ouij.L.IorIda.subisct[ ) > to till! utloi'..ot the. Terrible detonations, heard hundreds : Tropical Real Estate Exchange I. METCALF I I.-
Dr. Boggs, of Jacksonville ban been Dvuiuiratlo: prlmnrtnn.' .t of miles northward followed at short I 418. 02 tf W. I. Metcalf. il.gr.; -S S
several times, and Mr. Miller, editor S NOTARY PUBLIC
t. To tba Democratle,;:Voters of, Dade County irregular intervals and continued at I FOUND. 5-
:z In chief of the New York Times, I hnrebV announce niy,a1f" n. a ciinrtlilnta nightX In the Intense darkness the For the State of Florida at Large. IBuild HousesMove
4 'Herbert Putnam librarian of Congress/ for Kunnnwntatlve ol Uiiile County.mihjtxjt::: *v T7HJUND-A diamond brooch or breast ... ''
the ocUoa ot the DoniocrntK 1'rluiarlM. electric light failed. but the town was Deed,Mortgage Le. and Contract*
and Cliffored\ Johnson, artist and author S UItAlSU W. KINO. J?: pin. Owner can have by describing S :Drnfted.ConveyancInK -' Houses
lit lurid flashes offlame from a Bperlnlty.All
up by the It and cost of advertisement
and Mrs.\ Kirk )ltnt paying(
Mr.\ Work Uuanintvcd I.CRnlly Onrrect.
were among For Tax Assessor.To tbe mountain. These' terror.stricken Apply to W. P. Hatchett. 59 If Office In riionim SUN Block. i Repair Houses. 5-

t roe's guests. Inhabitant rushed for the bills in their Want Palm Bnacb. D.de County. Florida. Shop work
Christian the Democratic Vnter ol Dad CouiTty,, TRAINED NURSES.rpRAINED M ,
Willtnrn E. Swing, night clothes, screaming shouting anti ,
Judge I hereby announce 'niynell, a.* n. candidate ALLAOE R. MOSES, '
: Science, Lecturer visited Mrs.-Juale I fur the oiUce of Tax A..>M
Moure. at the MoSrlngs. : o1tbe. Wuiuucrutle-, FrlmarlnmTo R.... IIMI'rll. :The Plissone family! escaped to St. J_ by Jelegram or postal addressed to -S Succtttor to A. W, Robert, S Dock Building. ..

t While at "Th Barnacle" Commodore i Lucia! lit a small steamer." Thirty-five Church, Home and Hospital, Orlando, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE :
of frfeiids,' the Democratic Voters of Dade County Florida. Terms, $15 perweek. 2-aitf
Slunroe entertained a number After oarulnl consideration' I offer my- persons, mostly women and children Agent for wmit Palm' nearh Town Lois .1... Call'on address

among them]Mr! .. Prof.Austin, of Brook- nit, a* a candidate fur: the oillne\ : of Tux notion Asses.Nor oltbe I arrived here in' the forenoon of the 6th.. DnOPOSAL-S.: I B. DEPARTMENT: OF Wcet. PnJm NOTARY; Benrb PUHUIC.Clemntli Water. W..rk .
.. tw the
and Mrs. Lannity-Raymoud a welj\ UaditC'uuntv, rluutrlm.uujwt and rvs.srtluIIy, and abovef{ details. Tbemen I 'AirUiultlire, Ofllc* ot the HeLretitry ; Avpnne: neer Olive' Street, M. J.- Y ARBOROUCHWe..t
lyn |j r tlc i f'Inl.hed'tbe!
mo:: Pine ot n
artist of New York. a l the eutiuort my tSV'il'52utbxiuuaty. / by the
Martl "
: I known Or.U. a. remained at /que. r.r't"u": : 'Mt't.1.:
noun. Batunlar. Pftlm .
Knot Camp Mr. Munroe's pjace\ was The same afternoonlater, telegraphic LOO J, fiir the repnlr and. Itnprovsuuenm of tbe nuo.w Ilfacli.
winter with delightful peos For Treasurer' with frame bulldlnit ol the Weather Bureau, V. a. 't.D. -
all communication Interrupted
crowded was
: ,
nepsrt.ns'.tol A II rlanlcur', Jupiter.. Fla.I ,
pie.;' S. eandtIatel furj.heoltlc both the Islands of Martinique and St. Lu aesoP.Iauc. with plaoe and .pvcitl.atI..ue ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. i: '
I hereby annonnca mywir a whleb: M obtained at tbe: \\eathei9nr ._ I
Plans aud a.redJoblilnn
,S There have been no large affalrVsoclalIv 91 'lmiurer ,,l IJad County! aiib- Vincent.' During the afternoon: of the ..ait ..l.,. at Jupiter, Fin and a.fc thyotu. peelncatlona prit>
-I..n to the UemocMito Prlm..y. ",. -of the '.hM. of the Weather Bureau.Wnnhlnittao work riven prompt attention at To whom It may concern:
andluncheou which '
5- but a great number of small teas lU; "' 08TJCK. 8th the British steamer Roddam : D. :tlilil i mum be lenlml and Shop oa Datura Street. underelinueil hereby Rive* notlr that -

to say nothing of the dances b&l11 left SULticla at midnight on the 7th ndoreeuott, .aveiope"t'root.sal fur" WwathnrBunuu on the Hard day of Meg ,ha will, by petition
VS 'bulldlov' Juptor! Sic.. an.i addrvniMid
given at tbe fiousek epera' Club. For Tax. _ColUctor.To for Martinique, Crawled lowly Into the I : tv/1 the etAcretjiry; .uI Airrleiilture: G EOUQE O. UTLER.CIVIL aPIlv'o the Hon,Minor, B. ,Joeee Judit* of S
WavnluKton n. U. Tn*. Ieuarmnt Circuit: the
: Castries harbor unrecognizable re- : Court of 7th Judicial Circuit at
S most delightful afternoons the Democrftth3VOtire of Dade County: gray I very* 'U. ,iLt to nlvet. ."lyo..11 bide. ENGINEERAND Florida at Tltnavllle, where be
; Among'lbs myself aar a ...adl oi.c" with ashen.'Ber rigging/; dismantled and ,JAil)&;;'&" WILSON.Hecretary, or ever may
V Rustlings of the hereby announce ub... ..111-It __ vf. b* found for a llneoe to menace,take charts
the Friday H CuUeewr. _
have been onltloo uf toan* aa V
'for tb. about torn .
kndwntngs .
lail* hanging DEPUtY SURVEYORfOR of and control her
ladies devoting 10 the sutton 01 the Du"oer.Ue Yriws.rsws.tobeIutd COUNT property "* ,.to beeum .
}.. P am Leave, a club lees July 1t neu. and rpsI.tHa- and charreilii., EDWIN .c'LAPP'S 8BOES, $6 60 and DADE COUNTY a tree'leuler In every r..oc.OHARLt'Jr'l'. ,
): their time to books, and the Interests of fully request the .up"or' liD" VoteS of Icy $7.00- wad.-a'AMRONY': *" I,.MM! Anent for the tana Department ot the *' si' 111 S
... u.aLuaga; ,. WbUter reported that having finest ,
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Interest is $1,074,802.08. Deducting the the Cuban people were going to run ,$,J.. .
:, GOV. JENNINGS .itiiQiiiit due the Covernutent by tbe ,tCflfveftimeut; on'tIle right'llnes; that the
AND COl. BRYAN State, the principal and!! interest being/ President-elect, EstraJa Palma, was the : miB W j+l t&& C?ks E + 3fCf" + Wi fi1 I#, T'
:, (196,140, leaves $61\1,6\ <)2.08. due th e right; man for the bead of tbe.Repubtic .
,, State, for wblCh the=,b111: now::before lid that in his oplulod Mr. Palma would Express Charges Send L.Usefal Peaent ,
1 ,'.'.,. Met With a Splendid Reception at Congress provides a settlement. to to'Cuba what Waslitngtou' .was to'this PAID ou alb}. us In Your Mail Orders : *." *,

'. .;< West Palm Beach Last "In addition to the large sum due the Country. He was convinced that the Cash Perch" seas .w.,..,..,.' .............""" -... .....,. S Given., with all &$ .',
f', State of Florida trout tbe General Government Cubans are capable of self goveraweot' i*& 1> Sifts .
,;, );; Monday Evening. 3 New O.a. h I'erohasot l \ t'
r .. the State boa another valid ;
,j tnd that they will become a strong and fc 3y : .
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lad just claim,against the Federal Oov resourceful people well' Ride to' take andFURCIIGOTTS, Department amounting to$5.00Kf\ :r,
a'I The announcement that Gov. W. S. ro f 10.00 U .OO WrtU j 1,
j jrnmetit, being 3 per centum Of the net care of themselves: and manage their Store $ ,
i .\\1 Jennings, Wlllam Jennings Bryan and arocieds of tbe sale of lands Within the own affairs.\ On the conclusion of his 1 Carpets;: and. $50.00, f 75.00. and % $ : 'f

s A their parties were to pass through WeAl State of Florida, a* provided by an act remarks; he was greeted with eathusiistlo Domestics. JACKSONVILLE,. ;FLA. 1'uo.op: (),
?," Palm Beach last Monday evening, on : if Congress, approved March 3, 1845, cheers, which: were continued for ,, '" .:: It1i It\\ :" ,.:
the F, E C. enroute to Cuba '
c j Kjtpress when Florida admitted Into the "
was f
Go.,. Jennings and himself until the "' 'lJ..
., Union. train drew ont. W WISH:: JTO. STATE to our mltny friends and patrons j 4 f"'' \ '
"The.Federal Government has_paid __B.. "J. ,' ,. r .
}it '! The train was a few minutes late time in .to part of this! money to the State, and g o.ooGo.ooacooooooooCHURCH 4 we are now! pa"epartd'to' take care df ;your mail! orders? We .
reaching here, and It made good he amount now due the State is In the : .

,y, I:' on The the governmental trip from party Jacksonville Included south, Cov letghborbood"The department of $90,000.at Washington/ have g NOTICES'OOO0000GPOOGOOOO00ONO.' : i% are. better equipped: than. .. ;-+ever,' devoting: :, part? .. of our. .second.. (c', t', ;.M I. .

', Jennings, Mrs. Jennings, and their son withheld this money, holding that as the '.: : floor' to ; .. ', 4t
a :Master Bryan Jennings, Miss Grace .
State has not paid the amount held by '" .'
J Mann, sister of Mrs! Jennings.and Major he Indian trust fund, the money arising Regular'services on Sunday.: i.l9rn-, .
-General J. Clifford R. Foster, Adju front the 5 per centum or 'the sale of ing service at {( ''O'clock\ evening service eUR1ILORDEi' '

..J, tan'-General of Florida. The party ware tuck lands cannot lie paid." at 7:30 o'clock. I JSJm t .
.1 t accompanied by the Governor's cousin Sunday School at o s:a.Jm.: ,
William Jeunings Bryan, and Jas. ILi Major-General J. C. R. Foster after Epworth League at3:30: p. ni_. 01' : 'i ,
i Hare, of the Collier's Weekly staff oi \lttendint(; the ceremony will on his te Rev: C. Fred Blackburiypastor.Congregatlonal : iy' We are now in our. .new'quartersvoccuppinga four-story; j :
artists. urn front Havana, Inspect the coinpa- -.- ? .f$
Cov. Jennings and party were joined lies of tbe State troops at Miami and :Church.Servlcesat /3 brick building, and equipped with. the :very; latest. N
It later he will f'
Daytona and in the KROGERS'
year ,
at Tibbal's Station by Guy r. Metcalf || the West Palm Beach Congregational d .
nake a tour of tbe State, Inspecting all
\ Dr. J. A. McLeay, and Harry L.'tJi'bwD> Church at It a.m.'and "
i .he has 7:30 I .1.1
recognized companies. fit
of The Tropical Sun. een In poor health for some time past p. m. Preaching by the pastor' Rev S. Imported. and Domestic Goods
i ; The purpose of the trip to Cuba Is tc D. Paiuej .
ut was feeling better on Monday and
i take part In the Inauguration of Cuba't expected to be greatly beuefitted by the Christian Endeavor at 64.p.: mw 1l
: first President, which is slated for Tues .hint' ocean voyage, Sunday-school lo a..m. We ask you for ":- '- 1m : "
day of next week. The plans were. tha I Soug service and pastor's Bible .ciaaa: '
t the distinguished visitors were to bi on Wednesday, at 7:30: p>.tu> ,; : .
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joined at Key West by Dr J. Y. Porter As the train drew into West Palm All' re cordially Invited. ,. ,. _, W !
State Health Officer, and E. M. Henry leach, the first sounds that greeted the . rt In Sending Your Orders,, Kindly Mention Thie.Paper'Write
President of the State Board. of Health 'tailors; were the strains of music trom
) They will make a thorough examine he Lake Worth Band under the leader- A Suggestion.The For One of
I tion Into the aanitatary conditions ex hip ofprof.Kauffman. Gov. Jennings suggestion baa beten made to The feting in Cuba and Colonel Bryan i I. md Colonel jyjt'left their'car, and;Tropical Sun,by some of the residents rO Our New FURCHGOTT'SDEPARTMENT "
; making the trip In the Interest of hi- he Governor was welcomed by great/ of this town of British birth, .hAt the Illustrated 'FILLEDSHIPPED and\ .
well known paper, the "Commoner1 nany of his admirers here. Governor coronation of King Edward next monthbe Spring antt"'Summer ,- ,
oo recelpt .
i and "Collier's Weekly," and Mr. liar euuings, at the request of several of the celebrated locally in sympathy with r I.I Catalogues, 'STOREJACKSONVILLE .
accompanies' Mr. Bryan to do the Illustrating jrominent residents, induced Mr. Bryan the Jacksonville celebration. There area which wll| be mall of-order ,
for the description of the inaugural o mount a truck close by, and address great many prominent residents .of 'ffJflQ< fd free, on applies&tlon !/- ', -
,r ceremonies, which will be vividly gathering briefly. Col. Bryan very this town and throughout the county ,. FLA.. Write for Samples.mmww3. : ,
portrayed by Colonel Bryan. cludly complied with tbe request and who are British bord and ir'bo would .'

Governor Jen nlug, when asked aboul is he began to speak, met with a hearty find it very Inconvenient to'make the i j l ll rmtlrn-* firrts (iF miTnr( .
: the claims of the State of Florid* ivation. In which a great many ladies long trip to Jacksonville lt'ie.11ke1y':l .
} against the United States Government, cook part, and it Is plain to be seen that that some move will\ be made to:carryout "
'.' and which incorporated in the omnibus he gallant Colonel has many admirers this idea. ,
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Ii claims bill now before Congress, imongst the fair sex of West Palm .f THEEverglade 7'
.' Bald! leach The conductor of the train very The'street committee ,of the "Town ;, .. ,' \
i "The amount due the State ofjFlorld kindly held it for a few moments, until! Council have had several loads of Miami' :Buyers and.Shippers of.:
'I i bytbe General Government is 261,934 the speaker concluded his remarks. rock placed on Olive Street and Clematis Produce do. _

; with interest at 6 per cent from January Mr, Bryan regretted very much that'he Avenue this week._ ''SilverWaJ: !
t: i, 1858, until paid The Government, was unable to visit West Palm Beach in -' =--, .... West Palm !Beach Fla. Pineapplesand p
however has a claim against the SlaU he day time and to see more of its re. Have you had dish ice at '
a 9f cream *
for $131,000 l In Florida bonds, with acm towned natural scenery. After paying The Palms Ice Cream Parlor? It'. the Teaspoons Hay, Grain., >' ul !"YButte.rt.
crued interest at cent annun 1 compliment!' to the good people of this Limes
7 per per .
best ...... 75 Cents and up ,. Eggs, Potatoes, and ,
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a' from November 27, 1873, the date t< place he branched off Into short polite > ----i i ;r

which Interest was paid by the State ical address. He stated that he was on Famous Horsehide Shoes-ANTHONY'S* "Table All kinds of Crop ,bTCarltads" '
"The f interest to the present time ol his ""yto Cuba to see' for himself, the SpoonsPer' "
:onditlon of affairs ._. --.-. .//J: r Produce..
the claim of the State against the Gen: an they'existed thereat Set, $150:) r.r ..r. .
Government amounts to $812,868.08, the present time. In speaking of the YOUNG'S HATS' none better madeat and uP.-. u ,
aud the total amount of principal au<" new Republic. ,he stated he believed that $3.00. ANTHONY BROS. -

t Knives Per Set, Do_ You Want a
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54 W*have them lo Sell,ana I f we have
\J I none on hnmt toault we can build ,+ ,
4 Prices on" M Just what. you want 1 t

Shifts' Shirts '" : Silver __ We are' also PreparedTo .
,1 Sterling
are Furnish ., { .
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= .=.. Application Quoted on PumpingOutfits for Irrigation. '

"" So the Write or call on n*for Anything in Jo"--'.......f.
E Non-Progressive 9-: Railroad WatchTIMEIINSPECTOR ,Our Line that yon.need. '

= 3 Merr ill-Stevens Engineering. '
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j. ; But the Up-to-Date ::3'' ., FLORIDA PLANT EAST SYSTEM COAST ..: -JACKSONVILLE' ,' FLA.- "' I" ,

f\ = LilllJIll n Dresser ,3 JACKSONVILLE SEABOARD&AIR.SO'WESTERN LINE r24f Paowstavora- ,-Jacksonville, Marine Hallways .

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I y f n ... ,R.. J, RILES .. leoleo oleo seen eoteo7lotto91o11pleoteoieoiloiloteo7loiloS1071oiCO71o11ols. o ? '
I =: I knows better, and hence :: 228 Wt Bar SU JACKSONVILLE FLA. o It

1 = : : i looks for Pattern, Make 3 1
trj = o National Bank.of the State of Florida i
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,!;,, : r ; = Style .J' ::3.. i MuIoba!! langoBs'The i 'JACKSONVILLE.STATE' fLORIDA' i It ..

You Will supply-of tine fruit ia very 0 -
Enjoy a Peep at ,
limited, and the. demand pressing
''f., s itr rf our New Arrivals of I : Orders are now coming ID for sum o : I _. s ;
mer deliver'. I can book'
I = ,) o JoHN N, C. STOCKTON, Pree tenk THOMAS P DBHHAH: Cashier o /'
Only Cash Ordersto
by JAMES D. BAKER AsslstanrCasbier. +
I : ii Manhattan be seat by .express in tji.v order o ,_- 0 4.:
; received. Price 25 cents each, $2 1 It
A dozeff.:: Money promptly 'return. o Banking Business of East Coast Business Men, Farmers 2
t ed if orders exceed S d'1i'rl1l'.G. ower Solicited, o S
supply ..
: _: it Majestic and 11 ... .
Cuttings Mulgoba Mango Akokokokoetoato>KOetoKoltoetotROkoelokoKOKoKoko>ROatolKOkoreoetoK ,
wood for graftug( by a new and sa-
'Lyon Brand; fet only known' practical 'method, f"" ---:-- .

.' / furnished at' 30 cents each, by mat OFFICIAL aM LODGE SEALS r
or iThU1

: ,', ; For' S rri.merWearrr express.EL1JRIDGE.. Maogoola. GALE. Fla., .,' U ] i)ta lnQ. IN 'TWELVE. .TO ORDER.HOURS.

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r. West', mUlCK_ : A; Proprietors RI Hlsi...' GUY LSqETCAtiF"( ; ,. Local Agent. -824 Main St., ,Jacksonville Fla.

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\ West Beach: RMiami ... Drugs, Art, i'es i
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