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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: May 23, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075915:00284
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p7Na/Nn1AN 1o.YINalNdGiNIT.erLAlftNx.ar A/Y/R// Nlwe ;J=:' ::: ::::: :] WEST PALM BEACH, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA: FRIDAYs. MAY 23, 1902. VOLUME !, HO. 13.

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AN INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS .---___ 11--------
WANT BETTER
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Yy 4 ANNUAL EVENT, i PURELY PERSONALPeople ; LOCAL .NOJTES. JDo ;r

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WATER'SERVICE; Will be the Graduation Exercises %
as They Come and Go.. Porter Lansing,, the dairymau, bas yon read Tbe Tropical Sun ?' '
in West Palm Beach ConI> People Whom. placed a new and miik dellv '
?" You Mayor ; up-to-date *. Stoves are the featuraat W. P. Hatch-: : ; ,
gregattonal Church. .. ry wagon on his route iu this town.
May Not Know. .e t's just now. See his ad.

'.RESOLUTION : The first arrival of watermelons was' Board of Trade
: { OF BOARD OF TRADEto meeting next Wednes-
The graduation exercises of the West 'noticed on Tuesday The G. G Strohm day
City Clerk George S. Adams is in Mimi night at 7:30: sharp. '
;. ",\\1.', Palm' Beach Grammar School will be Co: received a boat load from Hvpo-
today. [ The welLknown" hotel The ;
Palma has t
P'i held in the Union Congregational I logo.
Mf. W. I. Metcalf baa returned from closed its doors for the season. ; ',f
resented to the Council, Mayor Burkhardt Submits a Weekly Church this evening commencing at This week the town council is having
attendance at court at Miami Another enjoyable dance is
half o'clock. promised
past seven he roads in the western of the
c.) Report. Land Purchased for the Business of : The teachers of the school ban for the, Dr, H. C. Hood and E. M, Brelaford town improved by several portion loads: of Mi- Tuesday' evening of next week in

'c Lake View Cemetery. Other" past week been faithfully and busily engaged ipcnd Sunday on the orange groves neat amt rock. the public library hall 1

,\ ; In preparing the pupils for this upiter.; Graduation exercises of the West Palm Messrs. H, Dale Miller, T. D. Brown,
1, T he crowning event of the 'work J.' Borinan and E. H. Rhodes enjoyed '
year's Mrs. Taskef and Miss Ins Blackmer, Beach school in the' Union a

1 :}bo regular :weekly meeting of the .".the north end oC town, with alley nuniber The' exercises: will be Irt. the nature of >f Delray, spent Tuesday at the Beach' Congregational grammar Church commence et bicycle trip to Jupiter last Sunday. i

.;;",' ';'i.i"il"OCUbnell, : ,, was held< on_Tuesday' :.,,, '3'and(. 4, from Lake to Lake, ecltatlous, patriotic:songs aud addresses, m bualueas.Mr 7:jb this evening A portioil of the railroad wharf has

heninK.; > President Geo.: W. Porter though! !in',connection: : with thta!, I..era' The' parents, of thech.lllren and al:, and Mrs 7 J. Don C. Morris bave The trustees ordered this week hand removed, and other changes are j'j'been 11

q, pre'at'ed, and; there were alto pr"lent,1! comtints] were filed with me and satIsf 'riencta of the achool and the. publijeuera1Iy returned from a crulre up the Indian loon to be made along tbe Lake. front '
oak for the
tome Methodist'Church.::
:AUfertneil R.;, If Dimlck, J, C. Lnutber I iclorily disposed of.Respectfullyaubmltted. ,; ', >ave a cordial invitation to; River as far as Daytona. pews by the railway. :
It wilt likely take sixty days to have ,'I l
r and! A Otwell. The minutes of the Attend these exercises, Your
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\ Mr.: Wilkinson of wan delivered winter guests who have !gone
""* Joe Hypoluxo, hem he e from the factory. ,
'AL last I regular. meeting \qre read by Clerk' 1- !-. W. Burkbardt! ,:Mayor." ,A perusal of the program which ap.> hi town Sunday Jut, tbe guest of his way would*appreciate a copy of The ,
The Gainesville Sun
tLat melons
Can. S Adams and approved' as read' peers below, will give an idea of tin says Sun
| On motion of Aldermen Lauther and xtent and nstnre'of tbe defer. Mrs. E. II. Dimick sill be so plentiful in A'achua' county topical every week. Why not .
: proceeding
-t' asilanned. .
LETTuR! FROM THE: :J AYOR..' Otwell, the report was accepted and /filed. This prograjn is as follows:. Mrs.,.ifames Wood Davidson, who wajUrlcken ) this summer that even the negroes will send it to them ? !

The (following; letter frcui Mayor ElectBurkharJt ; Ji with last the before the Some of he prominent members of 1
'ACCOUNTS. paralysis week, con. pass juciest one by
"'' P rayer.....'.. .... ,......:.ller. C. Fred Bluokuurn.merlcaiMO. the Episcopal church
was read to the Council!: .. ... .... .. tlnuea to Improve, though slowly. Reason closes. at West Palm j
Tbe following accounts: : were submit .* ..* ,** ...........,.,., ....t
"''J'otbe ,Chairman and Honorable ,ted for : Antennae lior............, ...no.... &lbol Fleming Mr. Charles W. Hilllard of the Insuri Last Monday evening a party of twem tty Beach are suggesting the calling of a

,,ilwrd of wa 'Council ,of Weat P..ln "I payment i Tribute to the Flag ......,Unlph Broad well lute firm of G. Loper Bailey & Co., Pa; young people had an enjoyable moon vestry meeting (lor the purpose. of urging
| J. C. Luuther, hauling rock 1 t 3 45Jwbn Hlaturlcal ee* ol America Nettle HardeoUncle (j orward the appointment of a per. if
t, acb. ,- Reddick: .' 3 45 Ham".......".?... .. ... Iradu. V and VI) atka, was in town this week on buslnets.; Ilbt sail on- Lake Worth, and wen, anent rector. '
wY' .--t:; ; Ctnttennetit"n :_ Mrs Everett, Afar Spangled Bannerv., Ro lna. Hrio.h ,Mr.: : Qufnn Bryan, of Tampa, Fla. faithfully and carefully' looked after bj;

..;;' I herewith: desire to eX-prea. to you Mrs. Sprout >' 20"80 7 03 t America.i. Flea...........,.. .....Ch rl... Cot ;ipent' Sunday in West Pa-a) Beacb, thtf! City Clerk and Mrs. ,George S. Adams{ I Mr. B. H. Rhodes' 'friends are glad i ii
: deep appreciation of tbe honor C iholco Companion-,...... ", ... Myrtle Lett i to welcome him back to town. He has
r my hjve you A, B. Olwfcllr unloading rock- 4 jo SOn ante '.... ., ............::....., .... Coulee Mnjewsk' focal of Mr. W. G. Talton, of the F. E.vXRy. : Mike Givens, who was painfully injur been 'on the F. E.'C.: : "Ry's/ vegetable
conferred on meln. electing me IQ motion of Aldermen Dimicjt and Our> Banner.....4r.f:;:. _. ... .......Lillian Cool. .;"-v ,' .J a week ago by the cojlapae of a icaf.t!j And fruit trains '
":the odlceo( Mayor, an office: whicTi: baa American Blrdn...... ... .,. C'larenre itma'Tho "Rev. #;.i. of $t. 'Ann's told' at tbe new Jefferson block, has beer running between Mlauji.
" e batty a*rtbiy> filled b predecessor i iIJ Otwell, the! accounts,were accepted and "' .. ... Kennedy ind Fort Pierce, but will\ be stationed
'J..: '. ? ; ? my' : .. Day "Dopo" _.,.,.., .JUm.le, l 1'leiuorlcaq OMe eating quietly. At bis home on,.the LaUtitand 1 1on
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', ''tt:f.> 'who wm one.whom In many respects ordered paid. i >- NoirulUta..... ..... Ij>r..n. Grlei'Columbia" -.Uead1t4-use-atloaa".I- will the.Kast side, this aummere
; it. to emulate C. W. Idn-r petitioned the council "' ......... .. .....,. ... ........,1. .. ...... Bishop Kenny, at St. Augu.tlne'1ast 'l' : be able!! "resumewOik IC i 1
" \ J can scarce hope merloat Indian...,.... a Spencer[ T. Lalnharl'The Sunday. In a few days. The MIami'Ste.m Laundry Is now
.,f.(4 I accept the office at your bands,, and through the clerk, for permission to put Recu iilonal"M. ..". ..,Berth a ElllotiAnivrluttn In the Supreme Court- oft turning out first-class work. Mr. Mur- 'j

J{ 7I.+ shalU strive earnestly to prove' myself up, a frame. building in the rear of his .. PrvHlduncy, a Anna Mae WhlppUCharm M r. Tracy Clow, of Havana, Cuba, arrived the State of Florida proceedings the following ry Aultman: ,. atSewell BEOS'' /store, hItS .
';',., :: i1'i .worthy of the;trust and confidence you residence, and on motion of Aldermen ol the Light 3rlgade" Burke a.rlDai in, West Palm Beach yesterday appears : ihe West Palm Beach
"Farewell, To Flower", .. .. .. .. .. !--"Bernard M. Potter, appellant, ; agency. All w>-rjc}
}, hwve thus evidenced In Lautbe( and Otwell, the .. .....?.,1 norning! to spend a few days with I
..( ma. necessary per. "ThoItomaoMantluel".. ....... ., '...... Stella Ml It 'S.' Geo.-W. Lain hart et at., appellees left with him will receive, prompt av-
fur the courtesies and deference mission was granted.CEMETERY. his relatives on Lake Worth. He will I
'you The Panama Canals,.,,..._... Ralph Tlttanj Motion to advance cause for decision tentlon. Satisfaction guaranteed.. tit
kr, ',f"r have at all limes bestowed upon me PCR.CHA.bE.! Noble Women \merlca..H W locale Mil return, to Havana next week. Chillingworth foe
.... ranted. & Currie The 'OHva B," Dr. Bur ham'soeantiful '
Add. a
Vat a member of honorable by Harry L. Brown, reprenentlnO..
your Mr. O. G. Currie, secretary of the Board of Tradn. Committee on Educatloi'reaeiitaclbH Mr. M. Schnetdman: formerly of Mil! ippellant, Geo. M. Robblns aud A. E.reyser .. yawl.rigged yacht h6\ellts first '+
I and thank
bourn. grateful 1
am sincerely
r" Lake Worth Cemetery Association, appeared :of PIplomiM.....He*.. S. D. Palm ami, arrived in the city on Wednesday for appellees." mild test last Sunday by a trip the

j, ,+ you, and ant earnestly desirous that yon before tbe council on behalf of ClnnSonBuaeJIrtluo....... .. ......,_ ... .. .................. ..1 morning and, will make this place hit "Childrena' will\ be in lake 10 the Inlet up 1
will\ continue to aid me with, your wise ........ .. ... ...Hev. H. H. Sturelt future home. He will assist his brothelS. Day" observed and' out u the ocean. '
that organization, to ask the council to be Methodist Church next Sunday.\' Those on board were Dr. Burnham,
counsels in the performance,of my new Graduate.
ar duties Again I thank yo'u; gentlemen, sell two acres.of ground to the Cemetery Schneldmam the clothing store Oil The morning service will be given up tj Cspt. Holmes and Robert Gilliard, and
-.e+- Narcissus Street.'
for the high honor conferred at your Association. association bad agreedto ixerclses "by the Sunday School. Avery bey 'were quite delighted with the ((1

bands, and believe me, purchase. two acres :.from the city for A Public neet nlt; Mrs,J. Scbeldman and child of Miami, interesting program of hymns, reel! cruise. )

i Sincerely yours tbe purPose of cemetery: enlargement, The Ladles Cemetery Improvement sister-!In-law of S. Scbncidman of this nations and -cripture readings will bt .A lawn fete was given last night on 4 1

(Signed) L. W. Burkhardt. and proposed to pay in cash one half Association desire to meet the .citizens town, went north on Wednesday morning carried out. All are (invited to attend he lawns at Park Cottage, by the

the amount suitable terms to be arranged and the public generally in the ,ClubRoom : on the F; E. C. R'y euroute to New Preaching service as usual, at night I Ladies' ituild of Holy Trinity church. -I-4I It !
On motion of Aldermlq Lauther and for the balance. He asked that over the free Room Monday York Mrs. Scbneldman will
reading' City.! remain Frank The attendance was
r letter .. Mr. Alldia, the ad. writer, i is fairly large, despite i' ,
Otwell l, the was received"and ordered the council take Immediate action. as the 36th, at three o'clock for the purpose there for three or four months. working up considerable business over the disagreable windstorm which pre

? < :t ln to be spread on tbe minute, matter was urgent., of arranging services for"the ob
{ Messrs. Glen G. Strobm and M. E, the State among business men, especial vailed. The funds of tbe Guild will be
s r: WEEKLY REPORT. I A motion was passed by Aldermen Ot servaoce of Memorial Day MaY,3Oth. A Gruber, returned Saturday evening from 11 designing aDd writing attractive ad* Increased by about lao, which is to be !

well and! Lauther, empowering the general attendance Is earnestly solicited. vertltiemenlsfor applied to the; rectory building fund.
Mayor Burkhardt also submitted to an enjoyable trip to the Charleston E: merchants. Frank is an

the council through the clerk, the I finance with Mr.committee Carrie for to the make sate arragemeuts and transfer MRS.: N. S. BUBNHAM. positon. 'They were very much pleased artist in his line, ,aud! will save the mar: The big dredge "Suwanee. ," which,

weekly report of the transactions of the of the the Cemetery I President. with the variety of exhibits and magoi.nltude'othe chant the bother and trouble of writing, has been at work In the canal, near
properly required by Mas. P. B, EvKBRTT
fair his own ads, and the live merchant
follows but
corporation' : Association. great were disappointed Boynton, and the lower end of Lake

;y tWt "T-w the:, honorable. board, 'of Town Cou, --_ ,_,_- Secretary. at ,the small attendance. The want just,such a man to get up attractIve Worth, arrived, at the railroad dock

i, >r ell, BETTER WATER SERVICE, Board of Trade Meeting. weather during their trip was all tba I ads. for them.-DeLand News. here Saturday night. This week I''

", ti Ceutlemen. ; ; : communication was received from could be desired. Notwithstanding the fact that the Cuptaln Gleasoti and Captain Bie bave
n'' The next regular meeting of the Boardof
Il.erewithiubmitforyourapprovel t the Bo.rd.of. Trade, urging the town Trade of West Palm Beach will beheld .Major Peabody, the traveling representative steamer "Palm Beach" made two rouetrips d the dredge at the upper end' of tbe Lake,

the following report for. tbe week coda' council to, secure for the town a better on Wednesday evening ,of next of_the Jacksonville Times bet ween the city wharf and 1luDyoa's \ '. clearing tbe channel through/ Lake r '

ing May 17th. waterservioe than la now gltfeu. On Island all the Worth creek, so that navigation will
week, at 7:30: o'clock in the public library Union! and Citizen, and probably the colored l people who I be
Tbe Marshal reported tbe town quiet motion of ,Aldermen Lauther and Ot ball As Important reports of committees best known newspaper man in Florida :iesired to attend the Suodsy'Schoolpicnic made easy between Lake Worth and
and orderly, no arresta having been well, the communication was receive that the Indian River. '
are to be received, and acted and tbe senior member of the StalePreS4Auocl.tloD' to charming spot last Tuesday .
4' made necessary by him during( the and Instructions were given the chair in were unable to do so- Tbe firs
; town Monday
i upon, it is desired, that there be a large.: was on ]! The Congregational Sunday School:
week. mad tdi forward tbe communication to on buslneoa. his here boat load which left at 8 o'clock nun ,
; attendance of members. During ,stay (r "will bave their annual picnic next Tues.o .
.,,. The chairman of the street;;committee# tbe water works company and urge he was an Interesting.: and welcoote'via. berlng 135 and on the second trip, r3 ray to Boynton. The dredge has
just
reports that the-receipt of two t car loads upon the company: the necessity of providing Itor( at the office of The, Tropical Sun. people; were carried. pissed through so there, will be

of rock, Which were'duly distributed a.tBlO.t a more efficient water works ser' Decoration Day. no _
Many nice tblng..re being said of the All this week the residents of Wtt I trouble about the steamer Palm Beach
placea'on the etreet e. vice. A of the
necessary meeting citlxens of Wesl t
young Palm Beach have been startled jetting there. 'It will start from the
ladles of Les Fees de 1' Aigull) by severe I
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The chairman;; Mr. Otwell; has personal Before the council adjourned, Alder, Pal of Beach has been called for Monday -
entertained of .detonations caused \by the blastIng sty dock at 8 a. m. The
number I Sunday
a gentlemen heavy
Jy supervised the work<< and will\ render j min Elect Geer was duly sworn in by afternoon( of next week at 3 o'clock
friends at a "beach luncheon" over on that being done over at the Royal. i School will go free; the adults will pay
you the bills for the! cost thereof :I'| Chairman Potter as a member of the la the public library hall for the purpose
the lawn at Tbe Breakers last Wednesday Polnciana pier Dynamite Is being ace. d 35 cents. A limited number of the ,
The reports that be thor council.; \, of discussing the of
scavenger. advisability aujtabl
y evening, It Is agreed: that this l in deepening the channel for the boats, trlends, will be taken Care will betaken
oughty cleaned alleys, commencing at i Council adjourned at 8:15., recognizing Decoration Day. It I 1 la j
which will\ land there not to overcrowd
social event, tbe important one of tbi next winter. Th a tbe boat. It
planned to mark this day, which, falls '
week ,has been the moat enjoyable so explosions have been watched with _. will be a basket picnic. ,
Sacred Concert. W. C.T. U,. Notice. on Friday, May 3Oth In some special 1 far this\ season. After tbe excellent great deal of Interest especially as the
I manner In this city and tbe hearty cooperation >1 Thursday night of this week will ever .
The sacred Sunday evening concert by 'The regular monthly business meeting of all residents, la earnestl luncheon, daintily served and thoroughly throw np .great columns of water to II bJ a memorable oDe in the history of

the t.tlce Worth Band Qu artel t aDnounc'l of the W C. T. U:will be held ncx t requested. There should be a' large attendance ; appreciated, was finished, the height of over:one hundred. feet,' Som Lake Worth Lodge, Independent Order

ed for last Sunday evening Monday, ,May ,26, at three o'clock i in at this meeting next Monday hostesses and guests proceeded to the local amateur photographers have Be of Odd Fellows." For the put few years
i postponed on account of the,, absence ocean pier, where shark fishing was tbe cured several excellent snap shots of th e the lodge enjoyed but a
comparativelysnail
afternoon the be
tbe afternoon In( the Methodist church, as question to brunch ,
from town of Mr. W. C. MiD iclc:, one of exciting sport indulged in. The ladies blasts.. growth but Lisa
An earnest forward is one of Importance, and one recently energetic
'| Invitation! J. extended t< :
; the members.The : I I every woman In the city to, be' preaeDttble which appeals strongly to the patriotism who, entertained[ were Miss Miller, Miss A. L. Allen's steam riding gallery: con, officers of the lodge succeeded In en.

: sniuy program. that was to have 1 on occasion. fir all citizens. A.nthony.MI.a Luclle Crutchfield, Mis eluded business here in town Wednesday thuslng the members to renewed activity .

been 'given oq Sunday last will be'glvennut I The important question of the Dlsipensary This meeting has been called by tbe Lamping, Mils de Gottreau, Miss,, Viplnla'Crutchfield et evening, after a two week's success and the result was that on Thursday .

% ,,i Sunday from 630: to 7:30 p. m. iu t versus the saloon is to bef 'i Ladles' Cemetery Improvement Aaaocla- ,..hlisa Harris, of Jacksonville ful stay. Special! features during the evening a cUss of fourteen candidates ,

tbe band stand, City Park. The following *f fully discussed and open voted upon and s lion, which has accomplished so mac b Miss Clarke of Daytona, Miss last few days were riding contests for was presented for initiation. After .

Is tit program t [draft will be made of the petition thai in caring for and beautifying oar city ol f Skinner of Chicago, Miss MargaretClow. little girls, their big slaters and their big the ceremony which lasted for several I

t. J Rsmenet.,,,..\.,:..?.,,....;......Blnka. will be sent from the local Unton'to tbi the dead On ,this account, too. then Miss Nell Clow Miss Lainhartand brothers. The winner of the first prize hours; refreshments. were served '

Hymn ......it-wi',...,..........Bwlhovan general assembly.f :, should be a hearty response to the cal, Mrs.J. Don Morris.. The guests la the little girls' contest was Gladys, and the newly-Initiated, representing

.*.. Di AtrlrornVtleetbate..a.110-. Qri..tt.w.. .\ ."""" \ The officer of the Unl-ia hope thai' which appears elsewhere in this leehe.t wI'1,1\lesar.* Wm. M. Pope II. B. Yare Moffatt, and in the young ladies' contest tile best known and<< influential aenUe.m.ea

...... ... KuhlaqV borougb, J. W,,Sanders. H. Dale Miller, Miss Mary Evans. Tuesday night tbe of this city, were warmly welcomed
? G. Eventual' Dons;;:?> :: > -u" the women of this town will take mac : .. .t
0 < Gad. b.WIth Tot Tin we .Neel.Arral. [./Interest 1 In"this momentous and : FranE Gardner,J.Venable, Harry Hebb, programme consisted of a xuasqiferade, into the order. It is .gratifying to- all '

.. .-'rocu.. I portant question, West Born. C. S. Anderson, Harry L. Brown, H. P. the prize. winner In this event being Mr. friends of Odd Fellowship{ to see such a
TAYtoa-At' Palm Beach, on Brannlng, Glen G. Strobm, E, A. Ebm.a
Clarence Lautber.
_. _. Mr. Allen takes bistnertygorouad remarkable growth la one lodge, and to .
KNOJtnATS-sUndard: of the worl Wednesday, May it, 1903, to Mr. end Ed Claw, :Robert Glltlland and J. Sanford' starting iliu know that there are other candidates lo ..

_at AKTHOITV >Duos *' ""Walkover", Shoes! -AMTBOWV, BROS',-, burs; (X'M Taylor, a son. Don >r.. Morris. operation\ there neat weekr, be received la the nttr future. ,. :", ,f.'

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'sr :';I THE TROPICAL SUN. The terrible' < l mlufortuooa tbatLuv. A GRAPHIC and scalded, uttogscled and worked try That old book I Stoveof
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come over ''Mtartinlque and St. VinCent login do tome tiling to assist'their# dying

; ; '1 ., rlhheerPaperotDadaCoadryF'10YIBY.tj In the West' Ifi'lTiia acid tli r DESCRIPTION ''ihipmatcs. Those workingbelcrw: ; (RrtvVd ,yqurs has done

>' State: of Texas our own country, to keep up the steam. The captain, suf-' its duty' '*\
J R, r=, ?, TROPICAL SUlf PG8USU1SO COMPANY thouid make Florldian! thankful 1 faring the greatest agony, succeeded In .'

4 y''' i HARRY L. BROWN. MANAGE. that BO far this State lias been iinmune Of the AWf'it\\ Volcanic Outburst at navigating. / his vcsnel safely fog the putt "
Martinique. jf Castries St.,Lucia with 18 dead Ion J i iM"
I ,1 1 "U.U.Haa avallY rmoar from such visitations.. Th rl at Captain: Of lea lying on;;the' duck, arid human limbs bod- .Tbe
,. t y lit? AT_wear PALM .(AOH,DAD COUNTY,FLORIDA. *hi no State in the Union that la 10 a Vessel! Tens'. of !It. cnttred, about A sailor stood by, con s

fl1v red is Florida aa re -isBestjBaker TIi -
aa
y JiM SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. >2.00 A YEAR.Wutered highly ''\- itantly wiping the cnpt 1lo'a Injuredeyes.
,* jjards climato and temperature, ana :rhfi,Nort011 Line steamer EtOda which '

111 ,t't'I at the Pontofllcc or West Palm line) those From the North who have, ltasar i"ect'renu the' "river Plat ale S ,, "I tbttak the performance of the Rod- ;, -

m ds 4,,;,I a ""lXiud-cta..matter. instead of rushidj l away homeward, : ,ucla, where'nle called fotrouaker) coal lutu'a captain "was most: 'wonderful','and I

; on,May roth,brings further loterestin the when I his The Most Durable
r ? I FJUDA.Y. MAY ail, 1009. remained hero during April and May, more so saw pitiful con. ,"
IF,4 islets of the Martinique disaster.. !lition. I do not understand how he "
realize that they Lave acted1 wtuely.! N '
,( + r i '" q the "At St. Lucia' on'' Mftf n," says Cap kept up;, yet when the steamer arrived The Greatest ,Fuei)3! '
/ + + In the excitement .am Cantell "I wear on bOard: the Brit it';,St.,Lucia and medical Assistance: Was ,ver

I Is, West Indian earthquake no ,,notice, Mayor-elect Uurkliardb is to bl sh steamer Roddam, which bad\ escaped procured: this brave meta asked tile On the market to day ,being' tire, '
+ s+, was taken of the Tact that; a commended lot the practical manner 'torn the tfrrible volcnnlc ernptloir 1.1 doctors to attend td the others first, and ",

.' lift ;', .- British war vessel bad called at a in;which he la taking( hold of the details '' )Martinique three day before. The refnaed to be treated until this was BEST THING OF ITS. I KIND'

+'; '; Guatemalan port and collected e of hin office.: The report: of th* +itate of the shIp was enough fo': ,show done

';'' of The -officials that those on' board' must have under "My Interview1; with the captain
f ; debt 1000000. week ( work, presented to tht: courj-
.9t i' of the republio paid up "promptly.H. uil at the meeting last Tuesday even none an awful, experience The Roddain brought out'this accd'unf. I left him to ,8 rT"S Course

,I J 1 +' '." I trig' -was something- -\ new, and served was irrey covered ashes with of cement-like a mass' of appearance floe bluish. good fort spirits The eight and! receiving-every of Wo ,tafa would Com.! \, .H'll Tell :

!T'' to show what bad been s3ocomphehedfuriDg' in some It lay two feet ;; : "t; -
on
; The St. Augustine Record truly parts deep Frighten anyone not prepared 'to see ;
,n r ;'h'''',' remarks", that one ot the best evidences :' the proceeding; six days. This. he d clta. This'Walter had fallen In I We sailed from St. Lucia on the morn 'o-0-0-<>-ooo0-<>o-o-o-o-o M '' 'Q

;,,5 I '' of the efficiency of Governor plan of submitting weekly reports It .red-hot state all over the- steamer, set ing of'May it, and at :3 o'clock In the nUlunLlJtD'r-s

: I ;. Jenoinpra'/ administration lien in the v good one, as it will give the ,res !Ing fire to everything it struck that wamrnable afternoon (passed the island of Marti. ..... .. .. wextnhnbeach: ;'MO'y..100lA : : .

/ : \';\,, fact that hA hos won the commenda! dents of the town an. Idea of what and when it /ell on'the men nique. The weather was perfectly Clear,
: ,; .he gentlemen elected to serve flab m board burned off limbs and large and we bade good view .of that part of MERITORIOUS

:1 If '',' ion of many who honestly opposed est interests ore doing in thai pieces! of flesh. This was shown by findIng the Island which had suffered by the ARTICLE

s t : } Ills nomination. espect. portions ,of human remains 'when volcanic eruption/ a few days before. "\

.., .' the decks were cleared of 'the debris. The formation, of the island la quite
The rigging tarpaulins, nails, 'About three years ago "The Pierce Company of.. New Ybrk"y'''
ropes altered and JLhe whole northern '
One of the features in connectioi More than Interest will beaken part '
1" passing Induced us to place on vale their
awnings, etc. charred burned Agate Faint
were '
or
where the town of St. Pierre once stood ; ;
as I coal miners' striki
with the present in the letter issued b. '
': Circular end most ot the upper stanchions am Is covered with a .mass of ashes and, In. that time, Boatmen have learned/ that It settle best paint''
at Hazelloo Pa., Is the entin'fibaence (ion B. E. McLin: Commissioner 01.Ilrlculture had ,
(pars been'swept overboard or de- lava. they veofted\ regardless of price or quality of any other
of anything approaching \. of the State of Floridatddrt'ssed fire '
.'' atroped byl Skylight were smashed "At about 3:30: o'clock, as the Eton i
.' sj i' violence. The primary cause of thif to the various boards o and cabins were filled with[ volcanicdust. van passing' the island, a tremendous make.HOUSe OWnerS, who used it, have the satisfaction

:,v.,. ,:. condition of affairs is that the request /'ount.v) Commissioners in the (State The scene of ruin was'deplorable. 'ipshoot of smoke and dust took place of seeing their buildings stay painted. No bare .streaks worry

I Ij;';. ,' of President Mitchell that. thi- [The 'purpose of the circular! "is tibtain < ,nd in a few momenta the ship was them to-day with a prospective paint bill. .

J {jl men abstain from visiting thBu.loons < Information regarding. thesources i "I visited the captain of the Roddam: covered with fine dust like cement. We This Paint has an unusually heavy body. Oue gallon i:

l::. has been complied with and attractions of each 0'I' In the hospital at St. Lucia where tie ere about three miles distant from the will take enough oil to make. almost! two gallons. It would be

'r w Many: of the strikers have signed t> :he forty-five counties of the State,I gave me an account of his terrible experlence. i I ilaud at the time. The ship's engines cheap at $Z a gallon 1Ve oars selllt. aa low as. $1.36 pOX ,

pledge/ not to touch intoxicating md it ia obivous that It will b lIe' had just arrived and .anchored vere put under full speed and for a and l guarantee .hat will be pleased.iW .
at St. Pierre Martinique on the time considerable rallOIl, you !
I anxiety was felt on
till the strike is over.
of Co is
liquors he first duty County mm '
naming:; of Thursday, May 8. The! I toard. For au hour or two the ship

nonera to comply with the rerjuea* captain was standlag near the t-ccommo- I was covered with dust and enveloped, In :: BiraiciiAiiDT .Finest Groceries j ,

The attention of the readers of tin if Mr. McLln as soon as possible elation ladder talking to the agent: of th< I t thick cloud, and the air was filled with
From the data. thus obtained o vessel who had when hd It will+ to. purchase our Coupon '
,;:,. The SUN is called to the. ennouacementmndeeloewUerelnthiaisnueo- come ou board, sulphur fumes It must have been another pay you ? {,
; ,: : pamphlet will be prepared foe saw what appeared to be an enormous eruption and the dust..,must have
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), I iirculation throughout the on tin black cfoud like a wall with patches o'' been,sent a great distance in the air, JJook&A
tyi be held Monday
to on
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a meeting
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,: fire In It. approaching the sea from tin !
continent with u view .of attract.lolliieslrable because it traveled against the wind and ,
afternoon of next week in tbe public ,
f I if. Immigration/ and capital. lead With it came an 'Immense tidal W a tremenduously rapid rate." ..OOOOOaap0...00.p0a0pp.0a10000a0000000..a.. **. i
r 'f"' library ball at 21 o'clock, for the pur I' wave of boiling water, accompanied b,! .
Such a pamphlet,, prepared under, ; Newly Furnished Throughout .. Ratea *..50 yes .D.y. .
I of discussing the advisability loud and terrible noise He shouted *
i pose official sanction and supervision. : ... Spa.'Ut H,ta. by ttt..k'ovuonth_ :
..; of observing Decoration any 'Take shelter,' to the''' crew Immediately ? 00ooooocc 1 .
"I Dust result in a great deal of good and g : THB :
:
the .
Friday May 30th. The object o steamer was a caught POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS ? .
the meeting will appeal (strongly t< tossed over on her side almost cepeiaingiDarkness ( 9 '

citizens generally and should brtnj. \ TERRIBLE LOSS fell like a pall and volume 000000000000000000000./9 Commercial i Hotel
of red=tint matter showered
down whlli
out a large attendance at th 'For the Legislature. .
,II'/I'. OF) LIFE AND PROPERTY he air was thick with sulphurous fame,
meeting next Monday which ha : CLEMATIS AV> NUB;, NEAR JEFFERSON BtOCK :
and duet The sea was a confused niasi Tim trloncl of Mr. A, A: HOUGH, of Co- .
.,.. been called by the Ladies Cemetery Ninety-Eight Killed and Over On Hund..edInJul'e4 of boiling mud. oanufc ijrow, hereby announce htm nw aaudldutft '.
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for .the
icliiliiciirv (rum Dude
,.I J ':' Improvement Association. In a Hurricane .t Gollad "Fire soon broke out In different bounty; "'lorl UouitMratlo prlmarlaY.Co .
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; Texas, LaiC Sunday. parts> of the ship. Screa'ms. groans;
shouts of agony from the injured peat the Democratic Voter ol Dade County.: : Special Attention All Rooms Lighted
'
with
that
A matter might profit
\, be reported on by the IliRhwnTi: The latest reports from Goliad, Trias tie, mingled with the! terrible noise Pi for I hereby lU-proMiiitatlvaiil announce Duil mywlf County.its a'candidate"j'loo to : Travelling Men r .. With Gas ,J l
tate that ninety-eight persona Kerr boiling> water and rushing!air, togethe the notion-of the Dumwratlc Prlmarleik -
r Committee of the Board of Trade an: tilled and 103 injured by the tornado' with the'falling fire, caused a most horrible ': <111 AH AM W. MINU. : Free Sample Room S

the rcgtrfar meeting next Wednesday vhich passed that city af confusion and frightful din. 7hl.. For Tax Assessor. s-.ct' .
!tf'i evening, is that of street sprinkling., ernoon. The over property loss in Sunday the city! shock lasted for a few minutes. ...............!...................................A*

>r Ypsterday the high winds made tbi. will probably reach 200000. Tha storm' "Toe captain of the Roddam,knowini to I tha hereby Democratic announce VnUnot m.Tnull en Dude. 'canilldat's County; :

down-atreota very disuRreeabl: not; wept the city from end to end, and demolished < that his vessel bad steam OPt and intantly 'or the oillre of Tai AMHtmsor, aulijuve to the
tvllua of the Damucratlu prlmarliw.It.
i only for shoppers but for the merchants ISO stores and residences 1 realizing! the necessity of escape' IH. SMITH.To ;.S.' -BOTSFORDDry & a '.

too. Several complaints.' iiany of which cannot be repaired. rushed to the engine room annuncrato{:, the Democratic Voters of Dado County] .

made of damage to stocks caused: b;t There is only one telegraph wire working tnd signaled below to start the engini Alter careful. connl, : into Goliad and owing'to the crust: at full speed. The anxious{ moments'lacreased self UH a cunillilate for the oNCe of Tax AHHIM.4or .
d the clouds ot dust that penetralec'everywhere of Dado Cuuntv, iiubjort ti> tlie action of "
>f business it is impossible to 'obtain d by his sufferings from burn; the lAfmotrntlerdmarlnx and nwpecrfullyHHk Notions
"( and more than one bus'inean : : +
IrlimdH ,
the ,
;': lilt of the dead and injured.The and agony of mind were relieved by thi Hupport. of uiy UUO.: S.tnrnunlioutthucuunty. AUAMS.
heard to tln<
man was express tornado which was preceded bj vibra'ion of the engines and the 'replj], -

wish that the Board of Trade woulti! .m awful downpour of hail, lasted only t' from below. It happened fortunately'. For 'Trea urer. and Ladies' Furnishings "',

':' take some action along the line o1 'ew minutes. The death-dealing wino. hat although the crew had been 'rung I herebr announce candlilate'forth .
myanlf"" a :
:; r"I"}" urging tbo: council to remedy th :awe upon tbe people with terrific fore; rom duty at the engines,_some 'ol tbingineers ..i>tnc..of Treunurw of Dada County. 1110- '1
tare to the Oemucratlc!! Frhnary.I1KN. We invite the Ladles to call and examinenili '
'i; evil. evelling everything hi its path. The were near by. The terrtbldtidal O. DOSTKB.

',4.\ >, ornado swept an area of 250 yards wide'; wave which bad sweptover the -- lately ,DlIr..hAAed.. .__ ______ stock._ + .1 i.1nn

Those were manly words Kin, 'or a distance of a mile and half' Roddam and nearly capsized her' bed For Tax Collector.

utterance Houses collapsed ns if built of card parted the cable and the vessel was To thd'DeuiocraUe ten of Remember We are Loaders .'
t, Alphonso Spain gave Iff! Vq\ Dade County: .
., when be assumed command of tb>) 'card, covering the dead and injured adrift. When the engines/: started I it was I hereby. announce myself nu a candidate in our Line
+ sill debris which necessarily makes found i that the Steering gear had become for th.poHltloii of Count> Tax Collector,nub ,
1; Array and Navy after his coronation; loot to the acbl.fn of the D mocratle I'rlmn-
.i ; he work of rescue glow. People flockedo disabled In some manner and could cole rlwttohehxldluty' I lath next" and n-anwt-"
!5 If.I t The youthful King said::"At th For nlly, miumt the aupport and. vote of my .0 oetoKorokostor. oetoltoKoatoKOkoealeokoleoteoltolto7eo7eoleattoteoy':
the town from all of the surrounding > worked. more than an hour the rleufly. Xtlua. J. UAKJ>KK.Everybody'a .
'f;., moment I, myself, assume comment' :ouutry. Many of ,[them had relatives, loddam's engines!. were worked back, sf 0

; of the army and navy, I perform i 'n tbe city. Ing and going ahead with the hope' !

duty that tills me with satisfaction; The work of rescue has been carriedm bringing her head toward the sea and Column G. Strohm Company '

As King, as general, an a Spaniard steadily and the funerals of several) away from the land. Once she got dangerously i

++ and as your fellow-citizen ealutii >f the victims took place Tueiday after near .the' steamer Roralmai ..J.
n' .
:''I I;;, ,. yon Valor, courage/ energy toon. The supply of coffins has beet'eplenlsbed Both vessels .were in flames.' Some of WANTED. I FHMILY GROCERIES I Itt I -

?=: i preseverancn, discipline patriotisn'' from other towns, and a hose aboard jumped into the boiling WANTED-AGENTS in all towns ;
i have all of these. For th urge force of laborer is sHll at work water; some ell dying to the deck. All we are not represented. '

a irJ : -you of tilt, 'Igging graves for many of the unfortu- this time )the red-hot matter was Write lor agents' terms. Address, MIami Fancy f Food Products "J ')
welfare and the prosperity s
,1 late victims.[ The citizens have per- ailing( and the water was hissing in the Steam Laundry jar C. Ligeour,
''1 'I' country I shall live quite close ti 'ccted a religious organization and ev- dense masses of vapor. Smoke and dilsl Proprletorl S 9 \tf J t' vo .

you and always be with you in mo-* rytbing Is conducted in an orderly filled the air and poisonous fume FOR SALE. Grain' and Provisions Y '?\ ,.'OJ: c I S

moots of peril. History will speal] manner, the work of caring; for the dead spread about. 0 I

;;"', of me when it deals with you. AI' and injured now being( on a systematic "After I some time the Roddam's steer: ONE TRAP, one surrey and two dray o '< '

: ift ., ways do your duty for the greates bails. lug gear moved a little and enabled the stately Address. Will P.sell O. together Box: 34 f.or West sep I JEFFERSON BLOCK fS ,- :

splendor of the nation and you max} The storm wrought severe havoc to captain to head her out to sea, and with Palm Behcb. 5 43 tf -
'
;rl: rely upon the affection of your .be surrounding country, but "no live considerable difficulty be managed to \ West Palm Beach Florida. jf jfa '
; ; GOOD L-ROUND WORK o .
ire reported lost. steer
her a little-distance from the land. ONE
h ; King. .. :
for sale salt one lancy dnv. -1- o
----.a. As the a"ir'cleared the scene on boanj lag horse,standard bred. W. P. Hatch- nr7107o o SI01107/01101/0tt0i107e0t10i1011 Opole Ot10i1011 a1107107o0it O110ie0310
b.t" A Mark of .A predatlon. the ill-fated Roddam became all" the ett. ; 59
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Ii The Polk county candidates hove) ...
t The
I more ghastly. ship steamed
; been assessed as follows for the priv City Clerk tea S. Adams has forwarded ,, hot on SAtE-at ft. Launch, perfect 1r
through thick dust. The scream FOR
'.. ileme of having their names printei to Ex'May Wbilldio! the fol ;also :I H. P. Pierce engine THE r 111
\ front' the injured became more audible; t
lowing; revolution of Messrs. Burkbardt half price. Agent for the Gray Marine TRHYELERS
j .Xt'': on the ballots in the primary election and ,Orwell passed at recent Some rushed frantically about with their .ad Stationary Gas Engine W; p, ,
meeting
a
J : Members of the House of( Rep of the council: : elothe: on fire:. add. l large pieces of/flesh Underwood. -Roseland; Pla. t 31 tf "

: resentatives, $18; tax assessor $CO;; Dear Sir: By the unanimous vote of Darned from their arms;; others in their FOR RENT.WE NEW. MANAGEMENT.W.MRS. ..-. "

tax: collector ;f 75; county treasurer; the agony, lay writhing in red-hot dust. j
I Town Council of West Palm Beech
HAVE TWO elegant take View N. F. GARCIA Jacksonville '
$:)1)) ); county commissioners $2. I have been instructed, to assure you "In about two hours the! air became Cottages for rent for neat season, Prop'r, : ; }'Ia,
_.
r" member of school board $2. It in I that it is with great reluctance that gradually; clear l An Investigation one fnrfdoo and one for'700: completely ,

safe to say that it any such asses your resignation aa Mayor has been accepted : the' sau.lties on board showed thai uroisheJ. Posivssion given November I, Electric Lights Electric Bells, Baths, Complete $Service

/ meat is made in this county /for the The members ot the board besides the captain who was frightfully tot Also the,summer one furnlabed; <15 per Cottage month., 7 rooms The Best $S.OO per day Hotel in Florida. 1

irr:, offices of assessor collector and officially and personally deeply regret Injured, only two engineers, two gallon.* Tropical Real( Estate; Exchange. Take oar.t th.Union I) oot.nd ..lc the Conductor; t eler.
"" the circumstances'tbat compel you to end, the boatswain were able to do duty, ,4 IS 02: tf W, I, Metcalf, Mgr. 19: -I
will be [ will
treasurer! there 'pitiful ,, ,
.. "Fire
still
was burning about the 1
never connections: with official! '
from the candidates. Wo trust the your FOUND. oKokoltoo< ,
osro
F' 0 okoatotoKoeoKaaRpkollostoKoRoatoKoKpkoKoKol
ship and the r
in
rigging
duties" the discharge ol which have been was flames/ "- {
fj
'./ committee will be more lenient In so faithful and satisfactory to all, and The captain 'decided to try to reach }I t T'OUND-A diamond brooch or breast te

,. ;, Alachua than it has been In Polk that the town sustains a. loss In your the island of St. Lucia, 45-miles distant. pin. Owner can have by describing S Truscott Boat MTg Co. i
"r'i's' Bounty.-Gainesville Sun. It la to withdrawal. Thle he succeeded,! in doing by 6 o'clockon It and paying cost of advertisement o '
"+ ''be that the Democratic Coun- thae.eningof May, The Apply to W. P. Hatchet! 5911 ,CONSTRUCTORS OP 53t
t hoped It la sincerely hoped that you will re. steamer. ifs ifV r

';; ty Executive Committee, which is to turn to us at aa early day. With beat was difficult to handle owing to the TRAINED NURSES., High Grade Pleasure N o

'meet tomorrow at Miami, will tw wishes for your health and happiness, I partially disabled steering gear which nUAINED o Craft o
ionld not be 'made to work NURSES can be obtained ftI
able to make all the necessary arrangement we remain Yours resoectfully, properly, X
by telegram or postal addressed i to ITo Vapor Marina : o
In the time
for holding the primaries Geo. & Adams, occupied ou this terrible hurcli. Home and Hospital, Orlando, Motors .: .

t r' in compliance with tbe call is-I Clerk Town Council. row oyage' itill.the worse experience than that of the already survivors gone Florida. Terms, $15 week.: 2-2 it// o' J D. 0. MORRIS, Agent, o la ,fr 1

;"' Kurd by the State Executive Commit .ar The brave X W it Palm I"
irougb. captain aad Liefelt YOUNG'S :HATS-none better made o Beach, VIortdm, 0 ,
ee. Famous Horsehide Shoes-ANTHONY'S men, fighting the fire
exhausted at '3.00. ANTHONY Baoa. ,'flY
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OLD GADSDEN b'I
CON11 LE.GROBER ...IN ,
IS FOR BURR II CURRENT lVlENT.- ,
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CROCKERY and ",

I A Quincy Correspondent Strongly This IS Painful. Useful Information. yt

v Urges the People,, to Support la Kent England not long since, a Day Browne, Ward, Burr, and Whit. 'FURNITURE.
Dade's Mils Robinson "was nii rj-leJ: to a Mr. ncr are'all candidates. for two places onthe
.. Candidate.
.4J Crusoe. To have completed the par. Railroad Comi lon. and their ...:. All Kinds of Boat Coods.
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,hQntncy ( allel they should have been united on chauoea of success seem to,b* tithe I 8' .
Kl'a. Icy :1".nod BleycUt Sundrlo. et....,'
Tinware
,May stb, 1904.Kiitron : -Friday. order named abova. Coon Saah and Blind

TBoyinAi, SON) -.- -- --- I A.1I Kinds of Flshlne! Tackle and Nnortinir goods j'

T mere are several hundred miles of Small Potatoes. ,, A Big 'Discount. '' Oaeohn.Staves. Blue Plain Kerosene Oil Stove..
r. "xQLFlatld4/ Hand. ..tretcblng'be to I p' Qlaaairara,Lampa sad fcaatcrna. Harriiwu 1 ro/' Ready Mixed Paint 'II
; ee11 tf you think HJs! the proper thing; The Index predicts that Mr. Adamswill S Matt Ordori Olvon ,!
Old G'adsden; ; .__ .g1p'.... __ Prompt Attention 11iojI ,
aud New Dade Counties, agree with a man just In order to please be the President 'lh. nest,State u

but' the distance Is not so great tttnt we, h.m-wheri you know his doctrine la SllJate.-I..allh,City Index '. ; -..-

.- 01'the' Jt-flfcrsonlan yarlety, cal not read wrong_you were never worse mistaken: The lude*' also' predicted tliat'bfe. BICYCLES', a AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAA4',1AAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAt: .N
the.i' Hljjns that the Hauiiacrata down remember when man is -
You should a candidate BQcCeed '
Adams would be a to W. IIJSIM. W. BUOADWICLL: Af. n., PhyHlutan' and Surgeon
your(way are preparing to fllug to the b -doctrines. he generally .
advocating
Senator "Ttfatlbry; Verily, the "ptedlA I Rrglster.i 1'barinaclnt,aIDee( In I>rn Store.
breu .. Wlien the "Honorable J lleph" know It,,-end i If you agree- with hint be lions of that paper are to tie '.Accepted'only'at : Wheels,,kept in first-class; con- 'I
r, '/declared'that the rules and regulation to think of but, ".. ditlon.
may pretend :more you a discount of one buaidreil }ler When you want to renta COTTAGE CITY PHARMACY
4s promulgated by the State Democratic in reality, ha thinks'you are,, a \ery cent or more.-Sanford Chronicle. good,easy-riding Wheel, go to Ii e

.Executive: Committee might be LAWto small potato.-Gainesville News. ; a IIKIM & ItUOAUWKLli

t lame p ople,-but not to HIM, be served -.- -- E. PORTER i j r reprle tore.
V
f.' That'f Different With George g -
ample notice upon the terrified J>e- ,_
Him r
mocracy of Dade) that WAR, bitter and OWe Another Term. The esteemed' ),TimesUnion'Kand -CHi3H -- And Get 7T
u .j|
n relentless'war, 'was to be wade 'by the the Gainesville Sun Is trying to boon-, never flinches-'- from Imperious'duty Medicines
Brooihe, of Quincy for Secretary o'' ,, Dealers in Reliable s aiii Chemicals
Jim
]local party organization\ : upon those ga.1- \ when telling us how to circumvent the A Rambled

i 'w t' lint young' leaden Burr ami Bogga. Is State. -Senator Broouie is everythiui robbery of. the beef_trust Editor I,

',the scheme not: patent and plain to the {Gainesville Sun says In bis favor, jtiorge's. suggestions are good, and I if i FULL .
OF-.
A LINE
i >every man among; you who is not afflicted and bo doubt would ll the office'/ 'with intelligently followed would make ,Flor .:. Wheels For Sale..: :
ciedit(6 himself and honor to the State. Perfumes, Rubber Goods
with political strabismus ''Sure. Ua one of the richest States in the Un- ,

But let .the "Dictator of Dade" go ttowever'U, stated that Mr. Broome ion. Perhaps, after the beef trust Is And General Repair Work done by sin Toilet Articles, Cigars and 4, '

,ahead with kite "conferences" with the will not be -a 'candidate against Mr. demolished and Florida, revels In gold Expert Repairer:, ,
Crawford and It is'' "well that this Is Ills and Stationery. Tobacco.
'chairmenof the other county committees ; and silver. Editor-George will tell 'us Olive Street West Palm BeadhAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA' /

,-thank God there are Snot MANX determination, font is believed that Mr bow to circumvent: : ''Oil trust (the J 3-ltf PALMS-BLOCK. I WEST PALM BEACH.avvvYvvvYvvvvYIvvvTr1Vvyfr.mvvvvvvvvvVYYrvvvyme.
yt of them; 'whose Democracy l ia of 'HIS' : Crawford has made a good official mid Standard Oil Company) which ban been >

a ,rz brand, and when he, and they, reach the II he! sh6uW! be rewarded with 'another charging us two prices for nit so I Ion} ;
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p. :end' of their plotting Iney will find that term>-Tallahasseefiapitrd" that we' have As ,a people almost forgotten .
R *l f*
the State Committee is the SUPREME .. that we,ore paying 10 cents profit ti. u. von SCHOELER:

'party;authority-aud! that there Is'''iiot Vote For Hocker., so the Standard Oil Magnates ever time
mutter" in the cranium of cents worth of oil.-DeLsiuc d! Watchmakerand Albert KauIfflaflilJe4otographer -
,# enough "gray The newspapers allover the State are we buy-15 t !! p.
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r "betweentho a I lo-c atl lawyer: td Rotes establish and 'Regulations a "con fltet'r giving Maturing andorsement'to' Judge NewsT .---.r. Jeweler.ARTISTIC '

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locker-In[ his candidacy for 'the Supreme
,and the law Alaa( Poor Tommua.
THmary Election though
Court Unquestionably he is the WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA.
,, that enactment really is the contempt will The Madison Recorder I la playing i-a-ti
,,, popular candidate dud leave Gen.
w ible fraud its promoters and supporters, Wall far In the' rear hen the race I irended. "Me, Too," to the Penaacola News and ENGRAVER on ,

Iteuded that It should be. .-Patatka rimes-Herald. Daily Capital.-Index. WOOD or METAL\
Keep the ball rolling for Burr, and be We .would reply to the above did not
r Judge Mocker Is the malt for the place,
I' ;cured that his friendsall over'i'lorlda: and on account: of the fact that be Is In ,hu Index.,,,have our sympathies; for in- PARLOR J. B. ICGIftLEY & GO.ss

e up und about as .>the count of the e\\ery way capable,, a gentleman, and! ..tance we might say-and the winds ''In ZAPH) BLOCK: .
-t diots en the,evening l of, July ,t5t h next, vhlsper It-that the difference' between.he
utannch democrat, (, who has never strayed Next door South ofSBMINOLB
a xWil; I Ibu'udantly*testify. And do not Recorder and the Index is that the Strictly' First Class
f, from'the paths .Democracy; ,' he should / HOTEU ;- ..
forget to remember to "whoop; tem up"* Recorder Is """me, too" from principle Entrance
y get the? vote, aye even the support ofrvery ,
'" f.r tlogg.4, too, for he is the fittest matrin ; Democrat the-State.-GadsdenOuuuty while the Index is "me, too" to any old WEST PALM BEAQH, FLA. VIgXAuVidnnacl House-Furnishings

t the\ county to occupy the seat so ably Times thing for SO' much' per. But we won't _

t fi led by the dauntless Burr during thesesuloa'of ---..-... '_ aid any ,more to its ,troubles; we are Jtoyelringskulfullydone.:.. \woVkniAnt;; Cnoantnff B-lo-tf cad! ';Draperies Window Shades

1901. He will wake an' Ideal -- ? really and sincerely sorry for the Index. ,
May Get Hillsborough. '
a; rrpretientatlve I hat large uiaorlty| ft looks like all the papers are jumpingon arm ytTTTTTT. YYYYSPRouLf'EXPRESSI Wall
The Times editor Is In of Papers
:,*the! common people," who haveibeenCtiHlstently receipt a' it these day, and they do say thai ? ,

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against/ for the past thirty .years., He the race for: Supreme Court : stand muah crltlclam.-MadlsOn ] Japanese

will be badly needed at Tallahassee next ndgeship which_ .bears the 1 Intelligenct. Recorder. ....IA .** *****. ", ; n.
April,,kind the DEMOCRATS Of Dade but It is quite likely that Judge; : WOK A, --- -- -Furniture- -- movedllaggage ; UlUU ..i Jl I ClJU.V7J.Freight "cods

should see to It that Sir JoBeph'a little ioclter tiny get a majority of the votes Primary Syatem-'Will Rule
transferred and '
In Hlllgborbngh It Is general Prepaid Anywhere in Dade County
S'' hc'bdne'foi' keeping him, aud them ( county. Whets remembered
Several State in done .
are arms at reasonable
1- papers up drawing'$
t3 .our of the nomination ia not permitted .that his opponent a should citizenof against the primary system. but this is rates.TwoSeated. Jefferson Block WEST. PALM BEACH 4
that county this I is news which t-11 tf
'to succeed. J. li.JJEl'lER the that will\ rule this and p I
system year
,
: .. prove very gratifying to Judge Hocker's Carriage
la and nil would do well to I
again 1904 ,
riends. this
SANITARY The people of State recognize make up their minds to lake the dose as Or Single Buggy o e .w.r.-----tk----- ----.. '
IIJU4ge Hocker a min -of ability;
CONDITIONS IN CUBA it lit measured but to them.' The primary For hire by hour or day.
and and
a pure upright jurist, who : CRAYONS. .0. ,WATER COLORS.
.- would fill the office with credit to 'him system has apparently Riven sat ],eave orders 'Manilla House. ??

,, Pr Jld.nt'Paima Tkllu.. to Cq.vornoi'J n- self sad the State.-Snmter County Isfactlon wherever tried,and if it prove ld-kGf 1 I tRICRD
nines ,About the Cloanllnail of Imes. a failure 1'n Florida! we can at least say h
IS.
v I it fair and impartial trialJmdthen _, I f RESLER
the Island of Cuba. -- we gave a .

r3'+e.'. Coronation: : Embussy. change back to the conventions.This F/ew Idea in Trunks.

t system will at vleast bring .the .
i' A special) cable to the Jacksonville Senator galley's famous antlcoronaiIon : Pboto'gt1ap. '
candidates before the people, and where
Weirupolls from Havana gays: j"GOV. resolution may be In good taste, ,
I'1" + '.fld Mrs. Jennings, Col. William 1- iQtwednubt it;; nor can ''we see any! each man's vote counts for just as muchas / CLEMATIS AVENUE
Y
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another, and where all will be'R/veu
Jennings Bryan, President Hen dry. htng to admire the mental attitude
old time And Opposite Masonic Temple.
r,:;r- the '9tat Board of -Health; J. A, of those' papers'wbioh are just now de- !I a chance to vote bribery d
conventional will 'at least not
trickery
'nan,.A, W. Mtot and other distinguPlorldians : voting their columns to ridicule- the
play so prominent part. 'By all meanslet's West Palm Beach .Fla.
; bite! have been dverhere special embassy appointed to attend thecoronation' $ ,
.
Gadsden
now 'teveral A lays. Gov. Jennings ise of King :Edward from this try it.- County, Times. .
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y ,' .' S ; here bit I iieftltb matters,and Incidentally : ; country, ,

:,. "..Lt," "' ly to witness the.inauguration tomorrow Wituno other European country: are ", Perhaps no candidate, for public office

/" ; of President Palma bur ties\BO Close as with, England, ;, and In this State will meet with easier ea Q. A. GALE C. CTJTTKELL
:
';";;!; ,;' ,' President<< Palma has been exceedingly nail 'probability,"the day wil come sailing; than that pure gentlemen and t I I II II ;

S,:'rt i'''f/';',: corqlal to the Florida contingent, tor when the pressure of circumstances will .learned jurist, Judge Wm. A, Hockey, I MANGONIA BOAT WORK -

'. he em more than one '-occasion has draw us still closer together. In view of Ocala. :Judge: Hocker has been in ,

"i' ; publitalIv alluded to the fact. that Cubaa" of all this, it seems to pg that the adrnlostration publolife! In Florida for; many years .. I C. C. CUTTUELL, Manager. 'r

; '- iiirtepiMldence was directly Clue 'to the lias-done the proper thing In and while he is known and loved'by Th!Stallman Dresser TrunkRepreunU : Caulker

,6tt; filibustering assistance rendered by deciding to ..a d.a special embassy to people all\ over the State, be is better Shipwright, and Spar Maker.

,f{ pllII'l lana with the tuga Three Friends. ,London at the time of the coronation; loved by those "who know him best.There portable drcft.lng a new cime Idea,with. lu-trunk drftwers. *Instead It I I.of

; and D. liUess, which were fitted out In i< that anything less would have been could beno higher compliment paid ray>; a place: : fur everything, from n hat to *' MARINE RAILWAYSand r .
collar button and the bottom In aa acconnlble a*
Florida'ports. ;, fcth our dignity as a nation and a any living! man, and it is safe to say that she tnp. -Ct.ta no more than good box trunka

Ia speaking of health matters; President u,*, cousin: Of John Ball.-Tallahassee he will fill the high position to which he. Two altlpp.dC.0..cent stamp D.for with'flliuttateU. prlvilegaa catalogue to axnmlu., .\' Boat Shops. 'West Side of Lake,

Palma sssured Gov. Jenniugs than I.Capitals a.llpirt's.-Plorlda Cracker. ; i '
' one of--the principal duties that he I I F. A. STALL MAN, at MANQONIA. ;
,
118 West\ Estimates :'JurnUbed New Old Work .,
attentiou to : Spring street -- i on or
his Palaia's) ?
would, give ( .-"- -- -_.- ""' ''-'''_ r..tlTfOOtPMUUS.;OHIO. '
.
Vessel. and
sanitation. "We wiU'take\ this hauled out taken care of for the Summer.
was up ,
r, important work where the United $ :PLANT ll? 1 IMMIGRATION< [ i -- e--'All Work Done With Neatness and Dispatch.

States government left ''tfff-'said he ...-_-. -r. .ws'+. KeIron. -- Kv-Kwi1 -r- Bre/sforcf gyros 8EA SKIFFS A SPECIALTY. Ii-i-oa
today,"atfl you people in Florida need I

Si S have no fear" that yellow ver, that B. E., McLIn., Commissionerof number of mill'tnd manufacturing Real Estate and Insurance ,
dreadeo1acourge. will find any foothold Agriculture, Tallahassee, has a plan for enterprises and 'kinds; mining of what It otltotltOtito tltotlto tit 0 tlto tit 0 tit 0 tit 0 tit 0 tit 0 tit o tltOtltOpo tit 0 tit 0 tlto litO tltotltc,sto.ero\\

again In this l Island. It has now disappeared aiding ImnIIRrat1o be' State and in character: and Dumber of plants operated 'BEACH 'FLA. X o
PALM ,
after having ravaged this furtherance of that plan has Issued the stock raising' kinds; and to what V o Truscott Boat MTg 'Co. I

centurlesT thanks following extent, price pt--lands, kind 'of fruits o ,
Public.
Inland for nearly two Notary Cottages to !tent .
and If for export, give school tax : It CONSTRUCTORS OPHigh 0 '
to American sanitation methods,which; Tallahassee, Fla ? May 10.; 1<)02. grown o
of Gov. levied and months of 'free school, how Poatofflc'RnlldlAir.North ot811BO1 If ,I.
under the wise administration To., the Honorable Board of County Commissioner .
-Ojn. Wood, have obliterated it, and many schoolii, bow many oi these are PoluoUaa Hotel. Grade Pleasure Craft ;

high schools, graded schools, bow many 2I
or expense County. -
I Intend to spare no palus -- 0 Yy

t keeping Havana and other clUes free Gentlemen: -........ white and colored schools number in >Monroe Dorsey's' Shayif[ Parlor tf Vapor Marina Motors
assuredthat attendance, value of school property '
I for In o
You rest printing distribution '
from It. may propose ,
D. O. MORRIS o
-and'l belonging to county, U any colleges* so Dan Jan St., npar Olive. Agent, -
_.me n 'every word of this hope the interest of I Immigration to our State Ifr ,.
a that communication between FloridaanffCUbaMWbe a pamphlet, to be sea tout from the state and give name, If a State or denom. -- Coupar'H Old;Stllnd West Palm Beach, Florida,

.I uninterrupted all thtf agricultural department of the 'State.To national institution, give number 6f BEST"bERVICE'and otloitot.oiloleokotlo7.o7eoSao7ao7lonoo7soiso7ao7ao7soUoko '0 '

around. I know there is a feeMng,) this end I have decided to request teachers male and female salaries paid ft.14.tI'PROMPT ATTENTION .o7.o5aoito I

,' in year the United States that, Cubans are the various boards of county commlsson- 'to public schools churches, number and ,

r CJreless bat as long as I ..m President ers' of the Stateto prepare or have pre denominations, principal towns and population W. ARTSON r

watched ,'hover.r concise statement of .the*resources of each,, give county seat. '
aantatlon! will Jw 'Jo pared, a '
";" J
r If yon'hat'e'a' few 'good photos of BURTON E. G0E CO.
nor, you 'niJ have n. Rpp'rellenllon'coucornlag of their county. Each cad use \l
the dreaded yellow jack" their own ,method of presenting,an article points of "'IIpedal1ntereres or of fruit TAILORINC-

t -r.- _S bearing on their county.. Prom suchan orchard or' groves, vegetable or tropical
article able to 'have'each scenery, you may send the same prop. ta All Its Branches '
I
Ex maybe: Gravel
Democratic Concrete
Roofing
h" Tbe Marion County some ,'. Asphalt Paving
represented t to the -ontaldeworld. erly marked. I may be able to use -
eculUe. Committee met atOcala on Won. county fairly ,
all\ of
or them.
'matter of the call roC n It may be, I. cannot publish the Jf
,day, and the Btale"Comniitte, was matter prepared, but from It I tan Give any special historical matter of PRESSING, CLEAXIN8, Tills Company, after doing{ considerable work for
f the
.. \ primary by obtain of-value to the section presenting Interest, any place of note or of partlcn. McDonald MoOulre Mr. Hamer for Jefferson
\ '" d! ous $d altottsiaerable length. Some data lar interest. In other words present in .., DYEING AND.. REPAIRING (agent Joseph ) .

objected: while others were of the oplnInn same. : condensed form, a bird's view of mayor\ Whllldin, Dr. Muny ,,
eye
I want information especially upbn UI.10Ito,10l Shop on Olive St. West Palm :Beach 1 ,
Ilta't tttl! were Binding upon the and others will for the
the s what you 'are,' what you do, what you go away present hut wll-! be
dL: ,.." ? Bounty committee, and must be adhered {subjects, to wit expect"to have and back for work '
neat population have what you to complete contracts here and Miami in {1
take Give as possible
,_ to strictly,, ttoli. having committee time I to was White, population colored, assessedval. what you hope to be, and what otheis D.;'M. GEAURIDEAU, AUGUST. Any one desiring work" of this kind would do well '

the appatdUd matter up,to In take detail'tha a whole l subject ue ot.}'ellt. 'and.personal propttrtv, rate Wit nfove)' be to able your"section.to accomplish- If they re- ,PALMS SHAVING PARLOR;' to write BURTON E. COE COMPANY, either\ acksooTllle{ .j"1:}';

under .ld ratlon, and t6 form- of taxation, transportation! facilities:. Our ( reasonsbe! Agij all
a nmwr: coo I hope you: wilt present this matter Flrat.etaaa Tonaorla work by the or Tampa. prices) are our work la
t mate rules and regulations and committee.to arub. temperature winter and summer, .raia- at 'least during July.. "Old ItsltM.,." guaranteed.. !
mil the Mme to. the full fall principal crops produced, jf cotton, B. B McLln. .SHOP'J., &:'\ HOTEL 'I'

M7 which 34th.III called- to meet on Saturday 1 Istute what !kind;number of!ale!,'flee Commisiloucr of Aarlcuhur." I treat Pally .PALMSla, G' -East Coast Work Solicited1: (,\\1'i,/



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k;; ': BUR'EAU laud. "While at this point they built a ATTEMPTED SUICIDE.
{ ; MIAMI WILLIAMS ON TRIAL. ; ,
block house of solid logs to protect themtelvescotn vl' -" -'-." ,' 'WILSON' &F.LYE.S
-011'- hostile Indiana and Williams Trial for..
''f 'J" the a Jaine O. on F HU Life. _

I t \ : ', THE TROPICAL SUN Insanltylia the Plea Put up by :Mr;, Turner who accompanied hint, was Tries to End HI* Bilstenoa. ,- ..-' --DBALEUS .
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'tilled one day but a abort distance) from
who
.r the Defense.The James l O. Williams 1s now on .
$ '';', Office In Anthony Block Twelfth Street vase the house, Mr. Ferguson (was marriedto trial charged with (the murder of Mark "
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$1I \ Aveiiutt C. and Fancy Groceries
Staple
"t" i lllss Rosalind Cochran a Cousin of
Burtleson last Monday morning made a
of ,
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GreaCIDeaJ:::
f' i'S' Case Is Attraotlne a [
Miamf and
tn
Senator father
MANAGER Mallory's : ,
::1 i E. DAWSON. Miami,' and Is Being desperate attempt to take his own; life
Interest at
the'
\, heir son, bora on Ferguson place which might have resulted fatally but FRUITS TOBACCO ,. ind CIGARS t
Contested. ,
Closely
and order for ,
1' All nubecrlptloiiii, dvertlMuientii bout two and a half miles up the Miami
; overdose of J
I for the fact that he took an
received
uderdale'
1 job work South of Fort J '
:3: 'Iver, was the first white child[ bora in <
\ thla office.MIAMI. The court has been busy since Thursday his section. The: big gale of'46 ruined | tke deathly drug.( LOWEST PRICES GUARANTEED **m Tahtn/ "' *""".. w'4/I
II. whose health is too ;;
The none
prisoner (Joodll DtllluB'lId ,
MAY art, 1002. with the of the State "vs. Prompt/II
::1'1\1'\ : FLORIDA- week case dr. Ferguson financially and be made good'at any time has not bel improved tAvenue. "

i James O. Williams charged with murder trip to California 'being successful by his long incarceration In jail In fit D., 'Near 14th St., .' M1AMIS"FLA.
/"i f Ha 0 I leal ll ism may'not he such a bad in the fire): degree. It required tie: sod returning purchased the home In 'of despondency drank a good part of the j-7-jtn '

I i 1 thing after all If it will unable the drawing of nearly ISO names- from the Key West in 1848, which has been the contents of a bottle containing a solution '

I }i producer to get his product to maivketatn box before 'a jury was secured. The winter home of the family ever since. of blua-stone. This occurred jusy before I rrat1hitatte
+ 't rate that will leaves i trial itself did/not| :really commence until The heirs also still own tto acres known when
.} freight bed entering the court room, and
of this week although
: him a. fair pro at, It surely ia. Why it not Thursday been for the attempt of the accuaed 'Home is the Ferguson Baltimore place and as well since as the the the Inry was excused until 3 o'clock the' ,. .

i not it trial at rate? near prisoner told what he had done saying
Rive a any
commit suicide a jury having
6 ; to government has, taken the Key: West ,
that he would bring the tclal to a close
Stock
r M4 1 y been{ ecur d. the case' was ready to pio- home Miami and Dnde county being the Large
at once. Medical aid was at once summoned
The unanimity with which the corporation ceed Monday. scene of* bis early struggles and linked And the fact tllat an overdone Small Prices\
This:case has been attracting a great ,
with would nat
lion so associations -
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;l mudslingers jump on many had been taken was evident from the se.
I \ and
.t'y A. deal of attention both the accused urally be an attractive spot ,to ThomasPetguson's Good Goods? ,
i' f I'y It. Hudson Burr and lion. A. trlends in Dadt were vomiting( of the would-be suicide. f f3 0 "
his victim having: many children, and Thomas Fer.ruson' .
-'k k i I' 'I 1- Hoggs ia a pretty fair indication thai County:!,,, and tbe fact that the State at .. children would find hearty In a stiott time he was pronounced SPECIAL ATTENTION ma 'OrdCf
know that: these. gentlemel of danger, although suffering considerable .-. ail 1 o S
they GIVEN TO
I T well as the',,defense I. making: a strong welcome in this fairest spot on earth t T< e 00 .
y
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elected cannot be bought o pain from the poisonous mixture .
i when fight. Major St. Clair Abrams of Jack where their pArents in the first flush of r ,

\ '$ controlled, but will! do their duty b\ sonville.oua of the brightest and shrewd-, youth with strong hands and undaunted necessitating the administering of mor i Undertaking, in ill Its "Branches. .. .

: the. people who elected them. cut lawyers in the State has been re- benits first erected the home altar and phine. The case had to be postponeduntil I r

11 lined by the brother of the murderedman started out to invest their fortunes in Tuesday.The usedtil UDRO.OI1 |UfT$ EDWIN NELSON, Miami, Fla.
solution which Wllllrms -
< ', If' tq -assist the State,, while Judge the wilderness, far from civilisationsur .r4'Son
should allow them.
; Democrats not is assisted bytb' his valu attempt at self-destruction had
+ Worley for the defense rounded by wild beasts and wilder sav
t selves to be cajoled by the speciom Hon. H. D. D. Twiggs, of Savannah Conditions since been procured by one of the colored .
are changed
of "conservatism" that 1 I. ages. prisoners as a wash, and owing; to tbe
argument and Mr.. Twiggs: stand. second to uoni then, but the same genial:sunshlne and A'tlikf.HrownPrwWna
1 '1'I beloJlclul.ntedbythosubsldlzpdnewlo fact that the\ prisoner took overdose, It.: ILMuCormlck, Vlre-l> hlent
: ) ; as a criminal lawyer. soft breezes' that tempted Thomas Ferguson his life was'saved. Bank of BarBI.sCaYllO'a 080. H. Ourry, lierund Vlto-I'reoUlent J
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'"' papers of the county. Attend tin The fact that these two brilliant andbrainy : to ,cast his fortunes'will greet { \barlea U. OnrthaWo, Un.hlcte ;
and vote fOI swords in the leKa It is safe to sav that from this time ona
15th will
; primaries on July men cross his children, ami Instead.of the Isolated
''t 1 a, men you know have the interest of tilt on the outcome of which hangs the frontier, Miami the Magic 'city, with close watch will be kept on Williams Capital $50,000 .
that he does. not another
to see get
; I ; also draws numbers wbi
life of
the at heart. ) a man modern' convenience and'uaparallaled -
t people have no personal Interest in the case. every beauty will delight their chance to slip his cable and take bin case M :.A.MI: FLORJD

The defense has made no attempt U ... eyes. to a higher court. In spite of his pain.

A "conservative" candidate foi deny the killing admitting all the --.r. fill experience.the accused man was ableto

r the! legislature menna a man who I State's evidence along this line without NOTES, fROM DBLRAY.. appear iu court Tuesday when his

elected to that body, will wait unti question practically but sets up as
he hears from St. Augustine son*i defense the previous and supposed pre. in this section :just now. I ,

other place, before he casts bis vol. ent insanity of tbe accused and mentelderangement The tomato crop la holding( out wellandshipments PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 1.W I sell direct from the Factory ...
The Celebrated Schubert Piano with Mandolin Attachmenta
and trresponsibilitv at tb / are
being sent out daily.
on any quest l n.: A man with th The Conover Pianos the Cable Pianos
t audacity to vote on any questio- the! time of the killing.! Every step ol Some; pineapples be ripe\ this week The KlnRsbutf Pianos, the Wellington 1>Pianos

that benefit the people witl. the proceedings has been closely con- ind ready for shipment but carloads tt.- ANNO, The, Chicago Cottage Organ in twenty-nine styles .
I i might tested by both sides and when court for week or ,At the Very Lowest Prices and on Liberal Terma.Catalogues .
not
expected a -i
Cud\ may ten ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
\: out consulting the corporation adjourned Thursday evening the; evidence and Price Furnished on Application.
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F
i I' oo is, according" to their ideas toe had not all beenpresented/ and laysA wedding took place this week; i, ''_In the Office-Front Room Uatobet. Florida.BulldlnK.: 4-18-190 Av*. lMiaul. > Old Instruments Taken In Exchange The Celebrated' Singer Sewing Machlna.

"radical. public opinion as to tbe sanity or insanity .
colored M. E. Church, Mary J. ''Henrybeing Needles and Attachment for all kinds of Sewing Machine Mall I Order will twelve '
qf the prisoner wan somewhat divided "'', prompt Attention. ,/

r' Hon. Joseph McDonald! cotstrtletingarchitectfortheEaetCoaet: Considerable amusement was affordec united in mani.getoPerry"Con.( ROBERT 11. TAYLOR COR. AVK.:D. AN)1 t Uli *
-wht ner. reception was afterwards held at MIAMI.YLURIDA J. W. ERICKSON
; by the testimony of one physician the home of P. Henry where refreshments .,. LA LAYER. t B-rt
Hotel System chairman of the Dad. gad treated the defendant at some tim ; -5. 1
q. Executive Committee ha previous and who when asked his waj were served and 'congratulationsgiven ,' Office la Postoffice Block .
? (. County aud received. /
M A of the committee ti. of treating him( said Well, they salr MIAMI -. FLORIDA ,
called
I a meeting he and I treated him about'ah Work on the .residence of of T. J. 3-r4-tr = ,/ i ?

':,: be held In Miami tomorrow Seth. [ would was crazy yellow fever, of which I know, (Isygood is progressing rapidly.'When ,. "Tue EAST CoAst "OF FL "iln*' -_..,;r 1 t

I \ day, May 24th, for the purpose < nothing. I gave him the best I bad ir I finished i it will be a credit to our fIt ,!.. ATKINSON., } IS PAXAblSE REGAINED.r

n' issuing a call for the county primal;? the shop" little town I..
I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ,.,
S. to be held on July 15th. We ar Among the physicians who testifiedwas : I The shipments of stone for the new' : r NOTARY PUBLIC.. "

mighty glad Uncle Joe has concluded Dr. Allen Georgia, who conduct roads at Delray bave been sidetracked. ." MIAMI, PJUA.1118lr FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. .J j

;' to let ua have a primary. Now if It a private sanitarium, and in whose cart causing delay in the work -

would let us pick our candidate Williams was, about a year before the' Eugene IInnt was in town Tuesday EO., A. WOJtLKV' LOCAL TIME CARD No. 40. In Effect April 15 1902.

r how nice it would be. murder. When his evidence was firti' looking( all business.. ., ,l ,
It resulted in l lengthy legs: fOUTHBOUND-MEAD DOWN.
submitted a NOITHIOUND
t : Miss IDa Blackmer spent Tuesday visiting ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. -RIAO UP.
1 tilt between the two distinguished attor ..
I COCOANUT GROVE GLEANINGS. friends at West Pjilm Beach. Oeneml practice In State and Federal Court. NO. 3a. Ho. as! MMNtTNL : 71 N7
'. neys who were assisting( on tbe oppoalle'sides All builneu, entrusted will receive prompt...- lIaU, .UJl D ,. lIaU)' t tPf
: and Mrs. Haden will not O. J. Warrenger, of Boynton, spent teatlon.UHica.
I'' Capt. ft of the case, as to the admissibllit "
D and taUt
The I.I i I. Sunday with friends here. Brown Building;, Aye. J V.;...........,... .Ja '
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this captain time but he Street : OOp'/ae.
north summer.
of his evidence at that wee r p[ 48 a Lv .........;.,......an. ..aokaon..lf.L.[ +
I very busy just at present clearing hiS finally allowed to testify. ,.. MIAMI. :FLORIDA I ,3: ...* ......... et.AuKn.tlne...................... I'p r46aal 8.7.
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...... .. .. .. BaatIn11.: ... ............. ...., ylo. .
j bay front lot of trees and stumps will As the testimony Is not yet all In, and Large and small tracts of land for l J qIO l.. .....:.....:.:...... KwlPal.tkeNeoM. ..... ...,............ I' e M a
extracting machine whit ... it ,...... ....... ......... .. ......................... 13p .na 0"J
his new stump made their fruits and vegetables.( Townley ;Bros 7q / ; ; i .. ............... ..'Bunnell.. rl:
counsel have not yet arguments CUtabllehed !10 1876 Incorporated In 190 M / : ........................ 'OIIa
works splendidly Anthony Block. III p1066a.....:... ....:...... ;:.. Dupon.Ormon............ ............. p ata
; it is as yet impossible to even ,Capital Stock $1 oo0.00 '0' tip ...... ... ....r.C.. .... ..........................jt05ip aria r.
;, + Dr. E. W. Simmons will go to Nev as to what tbe verdict will be. I H pP ..,."... .. ............ Bavton. +.......j................. SL p S 17a .
p' guess il .................,....Port (lralljJ ...............;....... / lip .ISa ir .,'
,'"j, : York and Philadelphia the end of ttrs! The jury in the case is composed of th Miami is justly proud of her up-to-: I Somers Brothers Company 00 .....".,.1ar.' .......N ..Smyrna. .... ............ ...... 02p 1000a : .
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oral weeks. ?! .Oalt: HIII. ............ :...... -
(\:''' ,r month to spend five Following I : gentlemen : late steam laundry. It, is turning out ....... jjpfs ....ray......ta.'U....r..". Titue lii..>,' .... ..............,. CA V.n V........ :: 3.
> had a birthday M. W L. J. Griffin. C. S first-class work at reasonable I' PITTSBDRG. PENN'A. ..... ..................o ...... Cocoa ... ..t................... IS ....... S.
\f ;;, Little Miss Margery Bogg > Kellum prices. .r 0 ....... 1.1. & ....... .............. .Kookled/ie./ .y..................... I Up.p ...... a
picnic on the 13th. A sail across Archer W. L. Grant Charles Schmidt, Give It a trial. It Islocatedat the cor. Commission Merchants :oj .,:.... :......,.....,.......i..E. ..a l. .................... ,tp........ .
,; ....... oe .... .. ..... .. .. ..... .. i pw
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the bay to the Cape a sea bath am' f. N. Clark R. J. Peck James J. Hubet, ner of Avenue D and. Fourteenth street. 0 ....... r P,.,?.o...t..........* .. ...# .. ...It. 6aa p ....... 1 _
Wholesale Produce Dealers.. ....... ......._.............. .. Lnoie.N .... .
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to eat made i S. Perdue F. P. Currier W. C. King, 8 ... .:.. .... II .M1a./ .
.. of good things J. / 59-tf ,. ....... s: "
,. plenty 65 ...f....,..,........ .Fort Pleree.. ...... .....,.......... 11 00 ...w. Ie'
: day for the little glil and her friend C. E. Merchant. The bailiffs in charge Invite conslgntnents from Dade County .... 03pP..r."................. WhltoCKri. .....,.................. *10./1/ a.a....... I r"
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.x r' remembered. Little four Lon Gore and G. C. Fiiar and Southern Florida oi Fruits ....... ...... ..... .f. ? .lOala. .
one to be yea are ; Vegetables 8 n P .. .Eden .,,.......:.. ........ ..... ....
j \'' Gertrude Saunders also had a birth. Two other cases were disposed of In S. H. RICHMOND Agent and Produce promising prompt P. .... ......ensn...... .....<......... ..isa .... .: .. ..
old R ...x.... .,.....a.u..: ....,.... .. .s .
( P Htu.rt ............. e
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\ ". day celebration on the I4th.Mr. intervals between tbe drawing and sales at highest Pittaburg- prices and R ....... "{ P .................'..>.Wee5Sound... ..4.1..;.......... ...... s.u.. ........ ,4 "p IS .
;, ,," Ferric Grant Land Company immediate returns.W.refertolhia ... 01p................,...... / ................*...... a"a a ....... !! ,
venires ....... .
of the special required
Caldwell who has hid summoning p I 40 p..W..tPalmB..h................ .
David .
; : teudluc Dude .. .lIIIa......
paper County ....... ...... .. .. rr
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In the Williams 1CEAI Plttsburg lIanluandotherw.U known 005 p Boy n Ion ... ............rasa..
of Mr. McCormack place for tie to secure jury ESTATE. jhlupera ...,... .................... f'
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; charge ana reliable eourcea of information ae to our lauderdale... ........... I aba ......, ].
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one last Thursday of the States. ( CUTLER. FLORIDA 1r .. .. Lemon City ... .......... ... ....
case
in of -3m financial method. ...
and buaineae 'liia
few is now charge Mr. landing ....... ... .
past years verdict G8p ..................... DII.m .......... ....,............ 646s.......
guilty
Leiter robbery
and Joseph ; :
Ransom's grounds
C.
Paul camp .
BUFFET
PARLOR OAKS,ON TBAIH W AND TILBRA.WCII
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while Mr. Martin a son-in-law of jjeula The other case', tried Monday, was thai

Bob Thompson assistant keeper o at the State vs. W. W. Davis larceny of Lumber and Co Lumber LINES SOHEDULE5. M'X .
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Fowey Rocks Light has Mr. McCor a ring from Mrs W. E. March In which fiiscayne Supply Shingles Lath ;

Y mack's place and is making a fine whoa a verdict of guilty was also rendered. PALATKA. AND :XA8T FALATKA.Ne. '
I + of. It Is expected that the Williams case BRICK, CEMENT LIME ,PLASTER and HAIR.' Sole'Agents for WarneltCratei

E The Blscayne Yacht Club's janitor hat will be finished up this week and that MIAMI, FLA SS7R- J Jr A.. CONRAD, I dM sager Dell. BJ} Ne.Dally 85 I Ne.D.ll! 63) lfiv4i D.II} LhU) Bra TIONa |l Me.Uall 4aJNe._ 4fNe._|! Sol I-*.. MK|'
court will dispose of all the cases by next 1 14-tf Doll Dall} Ddl} 'D.Hyj
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taken down the flag and "doused the a D P I3. eo .y.......r.l.Ik.......Ar nsr; TSJ;
glim," the season being over althougl week, thus closing the longest term of 0{ Od pill 85.. 660. Ar ...RaeO Ydakn ..IY 1a os I TOoiNe. 1118: P P' w
Circuit Court ever held in Dade County, "o" "
i J d' the reading room is still open and will consuming four weeks time aud presenting : 0..0..0..01 MATPOBT BaAWOH.BTATICM ;. .
be kept open for the use of the resident o""A"o"o"o" ..
} some of the best legal talent in 19 Ne. 17 No..s .
members daring the summer i I : < Dally Daily DailyWe. *. Ne.6 Ne. It Ne.
ulf the country, ; ..t.: Dally Dallytfall -"

The other afternoon The Sun cor. -a- ;, -' aIr ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, rwiT. Tag.

_. respondent was presented with a dalntt Interesting: Visitors It ,' ..... t10 IOp p q p10o6.Ly 10 l0a Lr,. ..,.. ,......AUantla.. ,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,Lr 74b.11 SIT *, TP i Ilp-P
little of candied orange peel. 8
package Bargain ;; B 00 IO Tb. T 40
I put up by Mr. James Bolton whose Mrs. Cedilla Stein and sister Mrs. -: .. .Ly 77f .11196.

card bears tbe information that not on!} Isabella Ferguson, who have been spending / o. *.. o BAN MATIO BBAJfOH.STATIOHe. .
5' tbe winter at their winter home In .
this delicious confectionery but pre A N..17N..4B '
s serves, jellies and Jams of all our tropical Key West .arrived from that place last I 7-Year Old, Whiskey | / Dally Me.Ne 5 r rp

obtained from him al !VIonday on the steamer Miami, aad I a y...,.., ....... .....,... .. D Il Wy
be '
't ( fruits may ....At $2.50 ''Per-Gallon' 5I 11816 Ar. ..........................,.. .aPa.1 ""
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in Miami to look: alsouse 0 :
day : _
q 5 reasonable prices. 'Most certainly the stopped over a It. :I Ma.L::::::::::::::::!::: : JHOHANOI :
of the beautiful building lots withi BANJ-OBD BBAKOH.He. .
r. orange peel is delicious and convenient > CITY; ,

e ly put up for mailing.! Mr. Bolton succeeds : view to purchasing and building their I ; 'Beat 10-Year Old WhiskeyAt : f II STATIOHi.b Ne. 12D.lly 3 Ne. 1 BHXWOH.Ne.4 .' I '
their home la Key Went 1 iMJlyr
home here as .
whose ,, Ne.J
his wife in this Industry, D.llr Duly BTATIOMS.lasijiasi Ne.4
S marmalades crushed fruit and jellies ban been condemned by tbe U. S. Government 1 $4 Per Gallon | r .......... lla",1 e. r 0 P I I' to I Ptllyan Dally ,
L..Mlm..L.. y
were known all over the State and took to be used as part of a naval Y ,tr :I .1.............;.o.t>en.?........;L. 11 07 tit p ....SSTEtSiisSBrs P .
......... oopiis .
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$ } a
first prizts at the Dade County Pair. station at that point. They left the following l.. .t e M ........... nkrprlq.L.. rd..L..U! U ass M P U 4< .1 !!: ,afc' B ,,0 f P
day for Baltimore. These ladies o These :Prices Inolude o 00. ,

The sharpie Sunbeam formerly The while residents of Baltimore might( well o Jug and Delivery ,1 > >,* .' .-, 3ii Tb...Tins Table. .hoW' the time at whloh .
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from trains
Pelican one of the Ralph M. Monroe, I + '",' Ih. eve ., but their arrival may be erp.et.d to
Vw era .rrl.a and
call Dade county their home, their It o ia.ntrom&11. :>, "old AIMII! ep.rturo a tho Um.a .ted I. d.par4
built for Mr. Thomus lime and O ,_ panuble for w, data nor saara.e.ei. ,
boats i father Thomas Ferguson having cometo t' i or soy wa. ......... Mang
lately owned by Mr. W. D. Albary now, 0 --' Cash Order Must .' -
or Money Accompany Order
Florida prior to the Indian War ,set. Peninsular and Occidental ; .
... a Cutler boat having been bought by Steamship'ConnectJ l.
tied at Fort Gaines, but eventually com. o .. o onl at MI ama. "

,. c Mr. Finder of that place. lag( to Dear Little River where he was S N.,B.-We have .th
,"I, -- engaged in the lumber business, and Domestic Blackberry Brandy. g S BOUTHBOUND.: 1

j a Beat business lots in Miami cheap where Tie) was located during the.Indian .. '. JI I.T.: MI..m. Mone. W ..... ............ .. Jr01TJlBOt11lrD.

Townely Bros., Anthony Block.e massacre at that point. He at one time i 1 MIAMI CLUBBAR! it ,.gRnyWiatTueaThu KerWe.l.Ti.e.Thurane. \ ..:.....;.".."."...". aop oop Ap.Ke.. ,.W.al....''Tu....... pn"bun""r...:. ..... "j'-"_':t

... owned some three hundred acres of -Ap. Wed.'rl... .:............... I 0010 .p Ly.R. ., Wes: .To.a ..........:.iMM0tP..1"a ,". ,. (
{ ; KRIPPENDORF'3 LADIES' SHOES land at Fort Gaines the tree from which S Phone NO.'QS Miami Florida l Toe' copy of toca??,. ,Card addro.. any.renL Ar Miami. W..,.. ,.rI.-.-...-...._.........-.. I

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. inn s" ; .j-\\ ; '!"' ", y '- -, THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, FTtlDAT. MAY 23, W02. b



l' :f: THE SOUTH. DADE SECTION 11



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YYYTT' n.rrrm nv.nm.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTI ROUND ABOUT MIAMI\ :.' Mr. n. B, Myers, of Biscayne, was a '
: V. J", H '-.,; 'V visitor to town When Fresh ",
; > .,*' #..'Y.'> .' our Tnemlny. This is the Season
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!;. "fI\!!\ : ,.. Bargains: lu Improved and unimproved Fruit is Scarce ,
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.. Links of Local News Picked up ,city property. Townley Bros. Anthony ....................................111111111NN111And 11

,' Here and There. ]' Block. "" .'"* J i I in this Hue of' Fruits
". ,..".. .- ; i offering: Evaporated ,
IT I,".', :,..1""] M *HVM4 I I' The best 5 cent cigar on earth id to b, you get a big Variety of Fancy. Goods free from bugs i i isyjt
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tA. .. ..:' > Brief Mentloniof CurrntgBv.nt. Gatheredby toltnd at J. U:. Hayes, opposite.. the Bls. i and.. webs. '
..;- ''- THB SUN'S Ubiquitous Reporter ': j I cayne Hotel. d READ THIS LIST .' :
,:" : '. :;i, :: "' During th. Week. Dr. F.H.'Marahall, a prominent young : :
.. ." ..",, ., Evaporated Aprlcota, Ij Cent pound .
,i-y' /. :, t tomato grower ''of Ft. Lauderdale, was' : Evaporated Peaches, 1,$ cent pound>> :
.
-' :f ,' ;;'," .'" .Capt. '1'. J. Sanders made a brief visit In town today on business.! j : Evaporated Pears, 13 cents pound .
l .
c IL } '' f.1' '"stn"ttY. Yi to.Tltua"ille Moodayt Capt. W. C. Sawyer and Mrs. Slu.yert] Evaporated Apples, I j oeuta pound p

tt" v .,' ,: ,'J,;:;,'&. '\ ::. Mlsa Susie Watson, of $ty Weat.jl of Little River, have gone to Indiaij w Evaporated\ Figsia/j/: ; cents' pound i

ft ,;, '\ ,_ T., the guest of Mrs. W. A. Lofton. Springs to spend the summer months. > i Big line California Prunes, 10 cts pound
"i ,J, .. ", ", The schooner Marcab\ Capt. Gary, oi t The pineapple crop has commenced to Fancy Layer.'KiK: *, 20 eta pound
-, Key Largo, brought In a cargo of pine.tide move, large quantities of this very palaJ Fancy Par Dates, 11% eta pound :
:able fruit from this Good Sun Dried Apples, to cts lb
I week being shipped point., :_ :
,y witll'payyou; ::; C; 'to', There Is only' one Independent new. Major Hugh Gordon and brother, Mr... +. : 0 pounds gooa Roasted soiree",.IWu, ji.oo -+
; paper la Dade County and that paper laThe Frauk Gordon,.both prominent farmers 33 pounds lest Flour, |t.oo ,
+ 'see'.our tineof;, .. Tropical Sun. of-JJiscayne l were among the visitors to. J 17 pounds Granulated Sugar, $I.oo #' ;i
5 Gallons 011, 85 cents
Miami
: W. P. Hatcbett of West Palm Beach Tuesday. I "
\ : 3 cans Milk, 33 cents
was In the city this. week looking alter The United States Cruiser .Brooklyn'pall8ed -, ''
business Int relu. up"Wednesday on her way north .: r6 pounds Hood: Rice, $[.00 r'. .
s, .\; Capt. John Wesley Tohnson, of Key from Havana, having on board General ........*..............................*.....>.......

z ,... ,' '\ Largo, brought jit a schooner load of, Wood and his staff.vw h
,; : & 2. D. LEFFLER
THAW"g .u'n,
I pines Wednesday. j/i Mr. George Curry, a prominent Key
.. ... .. '.' Key. T. P. Warner. of Orange City; 'JIe' capitalist, was in the city last Twelfth St., Between p, 0, and Blscaine Hotel MIAMI. FLORIDA
preached twice Sunday at the'First 'M. week, the guest of his daughter, Mrs.

,fl -', ,j" ,., -, .'' "; -. l, B. Church of this place. Charges II. Garthside.
'., Mr. Ed Potter, of Cocoanut Grove, City Clerk George S. Adams, of Wett
,,,, I was among the'busines. visitors, to Miami Palm Beach, was (In town the first part The Surprise Store Bargain Sale
"II/i; :: : S. I last Wednesday. lor the week. Mr. Adams Is a candidate

The schooner Manitee, Capt. W. H. for tax: assessor*
FORMonday
V' I Law, arrived from Elliott's Key Wednesday Prom the fine strings of fish still r
.. ".- with a cargo of pines. being caught in waterr around here, '

.. Cupt.. C. "ft. Lemer, of Sanford, are It is quite evident that the tourists did May 26th I
all of last
them whiter.
:4. : rived here Tuesday and ia the guest of .pot get ,
Mr. C. B. Leffler the grocer. Many are called but few are chosen
which we are closing at Mrs. S. W.' Douglas and children left would be very appropriate In 10 Yards Scotch Lawn .48'

., last week for Georgia: to upend the summer speaking; of. the jurors summoned to try 10 Yards Calico '- .43
-... : with relatives that state. the case of the State vs] Williams.
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10 Yards 4-4 Unbleached '
;: !//1' Cotton x .59 PV-
: : The schooner Queen, Capt. Wesley The achoner Seminole put 'into 'Miami 10 Yarda.25 cent Colored Lawn t .. .. *. -1, 1.78', : '
t .\ Q. "b EA Jli Y > f\f.lt... Russell is in from Matazuma with a Thursday evening for stores, and pro ':

I q ,_ .. ,}'" .% ....., ;,.t. cargo of pines for Chase & Harncy.: ceeded on the way north, in ballast, '1. 75 cent Corset .. *! '. :.G8 ./ ..' !

I ,.' "'-" ''l!i:1: 'I,1";'!; ,' ". :.: .',; >'1', 7'!' Mr. Holley who lives at the south end where ..she.Is going'after.'a cargo of box 2 Fine Undervestsi f'. .33 ,,..;
of Is his materiaL
Allnpattah prairie improving .
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1 Child's Straw Hat .27
:REntJGEb residence by a new two room addition; J,, W. Brickson, proprietor of- the
Hon. R. Hudson Burr, of Little River, Magnolia Hotel, returned Saturday eve 1. Pair, Good Hose -_ .9

.. of; was"u town Wednesday having just re, ning from West Palm Beach where he 1 Good Bed-spread :'". .87
turned from a brief business trip to w atP.oIm had been for several days looking after '
: i'RIc-ES Beach. .,business affair. '-. Bargains- In Embroideries J Lacea, Silks/ ; etc. ,

Messrs. H. P. Williams and B. B. Adjutant-General G; :
= J. R. Foster will
Blackmail are attending the meeting of make the _annual____ inanectlAn of Pntnnn.ny e. L_ XIM11NIES
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r the State Horticultural Society at Tampa L., Second Battalllon---rn-----, Second---r-Regiment rl'or.I. '
this week. (the Miami Rifles) this Friday' evening I 1 j',
Miss Rose' Leonardy who has been at 8 o'clock. Jto
the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. L. Xlmanles .
.::::: J. tine,last returned Saturday.to her home at St. Augus: town Mr.Tuesday H. B. Myers looking, of Blscayne after business, was In [f! '

J. '.9U'- affairs and purchasing lumber for extensive B0 utllnl. location for hotol or ronl IlHmuIn In Improved bunlnoniiproperty J
:
Mr.: Gay I. Melcalf' former editor of repairs on his home place near the 5- 2 tunu0 In MlninL, fronting: on Day IftO In Miami.. Will pay HOper
West Palm Beach Palm Beach Miami : Tbe.Trople.tSuu..baa beea.1 in town then above, named town. j foot, on Ilth street. HeJ This fuet prot im, Ave.yooonunA1301uct iananr cent on Inviwtment. Cup t>e
past few'days attending court and greet the Uoynl, 1'Mlm Smut lw loot had at a barxilu. If Bold! In the.
ing his friends. You will be sorry if you wait too long from.oo.Hotel l'ark. Burtnin at next thirty day.
many The early bird catches the worm. and
Miss Kate Frltchard who baa been likewise the first comer gets the first lots o-ooo-oo
.mm M the guest of her sister Mrs. P. T. Boggs cheap. 'Townley Bros., real estate deal- t
for: a few weeks, returned, Saturday to Block. t
era: Anthony!
'w': JiJ' 'rr4v11 'freV-.rrKn
} her home at Titusville.
!. \ TOWNJE EROTfIERS
$ Capt. Thos. Johnson brought his Mr. James McGilley, who has been : I : 1'll
r AntliODy's! SI1O'8S.etS schooner in Clam :Plantation Key engaged, in painting at West Palm _
'. ,;iI'"I S": # f fAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.I Wednesday with n cargo of eleven Beech and Miami during the past winter REAL ESTATE AGENTS ,
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;.;, "\' J. ________4 thousand dozen pineapples,In bulk expects to leave the latter 'part of
,.r' ". e the week for New York City MIAMI FLORIDA
.;: 7/f1'/ ...A..................... ._ Mr. S. J. Peters, of Little River, a of .. ,
.;<,w" prominent and well known tomato You will find a complete stock to- 000000'
..f"' : grower, and his son, Mr Thomas. Peters, bacco afj. H. Hayes' place, opposite !
were among: Wednesday's .,,visitors to the Biscayne Hotel. Over 25 brands of '
IrJ Miami, smoking tobacco alone, as well as all vicinity Bnrenln of In loll Oranire a III I. ;Sine Orove ae.III In the .
: WAD-DELL the leading brunds of'chewla, tobacco.To tr ct. Five acre In hearing grlre t
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: E. Interest In the coming: primaries is + 4 yeum old. HniHll oott K". Will. 4, t
trc"rt'j. growing apace. The people are anxious the many who are worrying as to pay UO: per at 1ou5 cent *Tbouiunil m luvtMtiuvnt.Bargnln Uollun. "l'J. Fr
ly waiting to see if they are going to be how they will pass! the hot summer days '
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allowed to' name their candidate, or that will! prevail. from now on,The Sun
have a ready-made ticket furnished by would suggest going to church. It I. WilT pny rent,when yen can liny Wo have desirable. business. property
; Fine list City Lots, desirable the corporations.The hard to find a chillier place in, this let!. L from" Tonnley from $700.00 JI......,to Mlnnil.tleWoo nlcottaitua on(\. In Mtninl...itnprovail and nnlnipnxrod -
Real .
for sales! term
I tude.- easy
schooner Della arrived from Key away terms .
Bisoayne Bay fronts; West Saturday and went on to Lemon The many friends of Mr. John Krono- L ..iI71r! & ,
.City, starting back on the return trip witter,the merchant tailor who has
.1 I Monday. The schooner Magnolia arrived j been Sulphur Springs for his health,
Fruit
'''. Estate also ,-Vegetable, from the same port Monday, leaving will be pleased to learn of his Improve
for Key West Tuesday. ment' He expects to be able to return

: :Tracts near Miami, Cocoanut A large white mule, a, very valuable home in a month. Tomato Wraps :and 'J '.'
s' animal belonging to the Florida East Any one in need of the very best ..

; and Grove and vicinity, improved Coast Railway, at this point. died last quality of job printing would do well to Crate Nails ,.' .
week from, paralysis. An 'adtance in call at the office or the Miami Bureau of ,... .
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freight rates may not result, but it absolutely The Tropical Sun. We have a fine line ,t.
}:,: and unimproved, squelches any hopes*for a re- 'of samples, and will guarantee satisfaction I have just received a large atootc i of Tomato Wraps;" ] :<.? t

.CollectionAgency duction. and prompt delivery. Tomato Picking Baskets, Crate Nails and Vegetable .V:. 'J
1 .suitable for residence or in- Mr James, Geiger representing1' the Capt John' H. Welch had the misfortune Carriers. I purchased early and purchased rightand .;'" .
wholesale boot and shoe house of Ro ea. to lose his fine driving hone it will pay any one In need of tomato wraps and nails' .".,'.' ,
1 vestment. helm & Son of Savannah, Ga., .was in last Tuesday death being: caused by to see me, or write for prices, before baying. I also
; the'city: Wednesday Calling; on the trade gastric fever. It ia supposed. Captain carry a ,

Ya r', 4 i.................................. Thursday and greeting morning his many for'friends.Cocoanut He Grove left taking Welch! it had slowly driven, as to the hi.animal place near seemed town a, Full Line of, General Merchandise

.[n_ the ._n.' "__.'_' his_._ firm._._n liitlA un._ .Ii-fc___, and___ refused to__ eat.. although .
: AT LIVING PRICES "
Phosphate and Mr. Xlmantes of the Surprise Store, nothing serious was thought to be the .
Informed The'Sun representative this matter. On the return trip, when' oppo I
Grove Lands week that this present week bad been' site Dr. Graham's place, the animal HUDSON BURR
.. Orange one'of the best he bad had since In business suddenly gave way, and was unhitchedand i ,
here. This statement would Indl- taken into the stable, where it sunk I Little River Florida
'' On the West Coast cote that Miami's business has a solid down and expired in a few minutes. It ,.
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) foundation independent of the tourist was a fine animal, and was valued at .. -
; Aermotor Wind Mills Chicago trade. -'''1 >'?:*'. .. .
= Fertilizers Chicago. ,
C & Co !
Armour
geni t for .
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; The fact that all of the4 Miami merchants A Boston despatch under date of Monday
.! are doing i'prcsperonu buaineaeatampa says "*'It ia announced that the FRANK W. STANTON & CO.
this as one of the belt, If oat the recent sale of the Plant Investment

ri' ,'.' Av nu. D. and Twtlfllt Str'.al .. best town on the East CO.llt'below St. Company's trolley lines and electric I OUR SPECIALTY .
: ? Y imr Augustine Real estate is moving pretty light plant at Jacksonville, Flat* was to
rapidly and a large number of new the Stone: and Webster Interest of this
\ Buy Your Clothing of the bulldlnns are being erected In various city. which 'already controls valuable Fancy East Coast Tomatoes

parts of the town Southern street railway and lighting:

CLOTHING: MEN Mr. James W. Smith, special! agentfor systems Savannah*Including and Columbus those of,Tampa Ga., and, Fla.El:;; 14 Vine Street, Philadelphia "

1PIONEER*r the. Oermanla Insurance Company, Paso and" Houston. Tex. The new
of New York, whomakes Palatka his owners state'that the various companies Growers of Florida Oranges and Grape-Fruit
: BADE COUNTYSchneidman is in the city "this week
'a OF headquarters
:\, ,, comprised )in this purchase will\ be
old friends, making new ones,
greeting .
uulteffln a single corporation, and that GROVES LOCATED ,_
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J-Mf Miami Florida be biy e It U not gltsble" Fbeaahc Part's I-.If; 1

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:1"1' I\p'I\ The recent trip of the U. S. Pish Com- NEWS OF THE oQOO'_ _ ]or

"\" tSHlori steamer fish Hawk to Key '

A ;(;""t;': 1i; ABOUT TIlE STATE' West along the West Coast of Florida OUTSIDE WORLD Want a. w. c. MINNICR

j' \\II.: '"\'.\ '' Has demonstrated' that the sponge fish ,. 8 '-
\' tiP!'.\.'' ery'' 'will Soon be exhausted if not pro I u : ;,

.'It, : I v" t paragraphs of Interest: Concerning t<
1, the Great State of Florida extend 150 miles along the coast, running Prepared for Busy Readers.Record'of I IHonsBBniltvTHOS ? i iI' \ '

out for 20 wiles Capt. Smith a Week. '
i Jin General. iitr t rs.
I, stated tbat'-he finds the sponges are -v+r--- { .

Pineapple shipments have been commenced lecreaslng, owing to the waste of young The l large Galapago turtle, .":p.u.ter..i. I J.., RIER i

in Grange coaaty.a''I iponges. The law says no spongerrmallerthan at the New York Zoological, Park iidead. O "

four Inches la diameter': < He weighed and ___ _, '
< 310 pound was I r "r (
Rain has fallen this week in several Contractor
thai! be taken, but the fishermen! take Mid to have been old. j
400
years
places throughout the State, and fruits them all itxllpcrttnlnatelv, and the! : o '10\\ Contracts

have been greatly benefitted. lealars buy them, The result Is, the! The Canadian Government baa 'voted and, B i
(the sum of Jjo.ooo for the relief of thf"mrvlvora I |
6; The American Cigar Company la preparing iponge fisheries will be exhausted! in a| > '
of Martinique and SI(. Vincent .
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: build at Tamps steps. td ; FLORIDA I.
a to a new factory 'ew years unless the State takes .
me half to to each. Winnipeg: Mant- o, Is prepared to ,fill : -
go ;your
s td, to cost more than $70,000. enforce the law, by putting out patrol \
'oba, also sent a train load of flour ;
Letters patent have been Issued !icorporattngthe boats or otherwiie. If the dealer'' g- promptly, and In
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PS C. Manon Guava Jell would refuse to buy the small sponges, Another awful mining hortir In reported -' '
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mannerV Estimates :
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from Coal Creek Tenn. where1an -- .-
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and Candy Company of Jacksonville. .here would be no sale and the fish 1 o.
of In the i'raterville( V on construction work of N
exercises of the srmen would cease to take them. As lila explosion gas '
The commencement BELL
A University at DeLand there Is a fearful and useless waste of coal mine, two miles went of Coal Creek j} description. ,
Stetson
B.
John o
t this valuable article of COUlmerce.N.Y. killed! over two hundred meii: and boys. If
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will\ be held from May :aid to May :27th o -w .. N..,".
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Fishing Gazette. The great miners' strike continues In

1 1 t" I I"';'. ,'' Key Reports West from are'very the favorable sponging althougl fleet alIt Dan Hughes, a wealthy citizen ol the Pennsylvania coal region, but tb41trike Mao f West Palm Beach i io : Builder

conoebtion"with ,
far everything In
"Ponce de Leon, a small Station on thi
the to out to fifty feet 01: '
men lave go V
Pensacola and Atlantic division of tbt': < has been conducted at, Orderly ,o FLORIDA,
water for the sponges. (Louisville and in West Flori uannet and no scenes: of violence '"havf1iccurred. o o o. o o o I '
JJaahvllle : / all descriptions! given( personal'?
I"" IIou. Jefferson B. Browne has com '
la, was victimized to- the extent of $2500 ,-' I FURNISHED '
1,, ''a menced a tour of Florida on iris canvas* .5 5 ,
'ell.n promptly"i
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last l week by alleged blackmailers. Cincinnatiand! Its anrburt experienced \
: r for the position of Railroad Commission( if desired ,,
Last Friday he received an anonymour a very heavy wlud! and, rain A C. Dittmar. ; yvm' .a d
: 4 his wife. ,
r er. He Is accompanied! by
letter which read that Hughes must norm accompanied by ft 'a'eterspoutlast aaALan IN First-Class,.: PlumbingJ
A serious fire at Cedar Key Fla.,. ot the of In whl b' Front. J>. '0. Boa 36h.t'!
place sum $2,500 a bag, cam Tuesday causedt'thejlosa! : ---ltQlIafb' and- ..... ;
Monday destroyed the Seabord Air LIne .he hollow at of six lives and j '
: treasure to a tree stump a a property ltiifiFof'ofera
depot, warehouse and wharf with I olace designated and deposit there with million dollar ,:* ;t...; Dressed L .. ..

large quantity of freight and merchand lilt the slightest hesitation, or he would The lard refinery department., <,1' ''the Shingles, Doors Sash,'Blinds, 'v
lee
I >e shot by one of several men who would great pork-packing establishment of Arniour .
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The Orlando District Methodist Conference hidden in The Mouldings. Brick, Lime, ,
the saau
ii Ie vicinity.
I & Co., Chicago was destroyed by -
iSt
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has emphatically declared itsell! penalty would be meted out to him, Are last Friday entailing' a'''property and Builders' : ? ,

I as opposed to all forma and sales ol Inferred the note, should-he lay an) ;ions of $900,000. One person was killed FORT PIERCE, :

i ,1 j ,! ',:,j liquors, and the temperance sentiment' Mane .whatever to catch the ones foihom and twenty-nine. were Injured ,

J ,' 1' in that section is said to be very strong. ", the cash was asked --Should be LIGHTWOOD Is prepared to give
Ills Majesty Alphonso Xlt, King of
.[t The Clerks' Union, of Tampa, hat tot comply with the request, continued Spain solemnly took the Oath 'to the First.Class Liqhtwood work undone need""
-. the merchants foi he latter be would 1 be waylaid and shot line.
l rn" made a request upon constitution lo' the hall of assembly of,, Pineapple Covering and
I It, an early closing movement for the\ sum lead when he was least expecting it. the Chamber of Deputies at Madrid last pose Address

'1e I: user naming 6:30: p, m. as the cloainyd' tt was also threatened that the torch Saturday in ,accordance: with all the .H. B. ,

\:'"+ hour. The petition it is said will bt vould be put to every piece of property religious forma and ancient r tea. GRANT
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..... granted.The: N le owned. Hughes deliberated over the I. ( )[ BEACH FLORIDA,
Texas has been On
"/ again storm'swept. ,
and concluded that be would b
annoucement is made that the I I'p natter (
table to get the assistance of officer Monday reports were received! : at Sous '
of the Indian River anr I
headquarters
ton-thai the northern and <
:t4: worth Growers' Associa tetore the time allowed by the black. western portions I ,
Lake Pineapple :
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of the town of Gollad had been a
tlon of which E. P. Porcher is nailers had elapsed. He accordingly
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f ,. manager will be transferred from Co :ounted out the cash, carried it to the destroyed< by a cyclone and probably Build Houses : CK .1:
one hundred people killed or injured.
lnce returned home .
designated and .
,' con to Jacksonville about the tat oft
t June. vltbout seeing any one. As soou\\ as Four policemen and five negroes;; were Move Houses. Handled

josslble he notified the sheriff end the killed Saturday morning at Pittsburgh a : :
Interesting figures are given In con:
alter proceeded to the spot with blood" suburb of Atlanta Ga., as tbd result of a Repair 'Ho on Commission

.. nection'.with Tampa's enormous cigar IOU ods. The cash was gone and tht race war The trouble -arose "over thtttempted Shop work
trade which: is up to the high .watei ,
rail of the blackmailers was cold. \ arrest of a negro, and< was not .1
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mark The shipments for last weeL : FurnishedBuildings
were .Repairing or :
... quelled till the State troops ,called
I almost touched the three million mark,

.. there being 573 cases sent out, containing ,YJIOLESALK SLAUGHTER out. Dock : 1 .. '- :
The will of the late AdnriralSawoeonhas
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:' :3,850,000 cigars. AT HASTINGS, FLA. been probated. It leave. everything Call on "or addressM. FLOR-U5A, ;
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Benjamin H. Hopkiiis of Jacksonville '
to the widow save $4,000 ,of life < >( I : who swallowed his teeth on Aprl : I Terrible Tragedy In This Stata, Result I insurance, which Is left for equal divis- ; J. Y .

13th and underwent what was announc of a Lover's Revenge. Killed Five *
on among the four daughters. The
Went Palm Beach l
ed as a successful operation a few day and Than Slaw Hlmialf. '
Admiral
died possessed of stocks and
P' for their removal from his throat flELLaV')
; ago : ;
ether securities valued at V-ooo. and a ,
; ," died in St.Luke's Hospital} Jacksonvilleon A hamlet on the Florida East Coast race of land at Manchester, N. :Y., HOU ':.. )

t.t i t. Tuesday afternoon. TheTunera .;Railway called Hastings, In the county' \known as the Mormon Hall farm, '".1. ] BUILD, __. "' -.

t.;, was held Wednesday. if St. John seventeen miles "southeast ted] at $10,000. The will (is dated' Key _. > ON APPrZCAT1oN'.1 ,.

I';, An elaborate, impressive and Interest if St. Augustine was early Monday mor (Vest, April" 16, 1898, 'Mtoli'1. FLORIDA .,:.,.

ing religious ceremony wall that held it ling the scene of an awful tragedy A _. .aInteresting G. A. KUNZE "4.,1.

,,{ the cathedral at St. Augustine last Sun llscarded lover killed five of a family Statistics.The .

d .ly when Bishop Kenny was consecrat ind finally took his own worthless life. information' Contract..and B ; Is good enough forUNCLE "

: ;, e 1 to his high and holy office. Cardlna The terrible affair occurred at 3 o'clock : following: statistical ,

9 \,t? G.bbons, of Baltimore, officiated ant o the morning!!:, when William Austin la gleaned from the B86e81lni'ent and tax ./Specifications on
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i there were also In attendance man vent to the .home of Wm. Wilkinson, :nblea in the recent report of -S ate P. O. Box :254 WEST PALM SAME,

'S prominent priests not only from the Stat hot and killed Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson Comptroller Cioomi :\-2'8mFirst'Clnss a

t of, FlorMa but from outside points. md Mr. Wilkinson's sister, Miss Wilkin The railroad and telegraph line's"In and wilt find t .r1t
Florida you .,
for
of
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The Florida Southern the Sanford & on, and Mrs. Wllkln on'a sister, MIsp" purposes ; I

{ St. Petersburg and the St. Johna am iertha McCullougb and Mr and Mrs valued at$16,045,619.17-a county tax ofa3,628IJ :: Is best for ;yoq. -
? { : school subdistrict tax of
: j6 Lake Eustis are the three lines of the .VilkinsoiTs daughter Miss Matins '

Plan, System that are not Included lithe Wilkinson,leaving only a child, 2 years ollected((16,981.98,from making railroad the total taxes to be h the Weather Bureau De ; ,'f i

n ',', merger with the Atlantic Coast Line Id,. in the bouse. After Killing the lines and .telegraph PARQIO ROOEING. ",;''J t
$349,838.29.:
u ; not being incorporated with the Savan' lee Austin placed the pistol to his head 'wrl te, ,> (
The number of acres of land reported be
nab Florida and Western Railway. ,All rod killed himself. It is said the caustif can'always '

the others are. The control of the threithat the shooting was due to Auatfn'a"aotlog 'or taxation is :25,567,728; number of obtained new shop at of the Eau Gallie, Fla. :
icres of improved and cultivated I
.- are excluded however will alsc to marry Miss McCullougb, 1,117-

.pass under the control of the Coast Line!' iged 13 years but was rejected by the >97 valued at $.;,5,400,470.Only three
!xmntles report over acres, as JAMES :
1,000,000 '
young girl and her sister Mrs Wilkin
order of the Fostoffice
By Department follows< : DeSoto. 1,959,675 Lee, 'r,739- 'J.1'l
ion, which led to the shooting. Austin ; ;

".h the between exchange Jacksonville of inner aud registered Key West sacs vas Tallahassee about 30 years The of age Wilkinson, and a nativef for; report Polk, 1,093,849.less than Twenty-four half a million.counties -. Clematis .Avenue, West of i : i ,; :

family :
via Miami has been discontinuedTae
;i Fla., i residents Monroe county: is the smallest reporting -
order took effect from and after the 'I'I'lolh years ere of Hastings for many only 32,134 acres. Iron andRepair : ,: ; I

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lust. Postmasters have been .
at> _.
The number of animals reported is:; Work
' pointed in Floirda as follows: J.'J '
Neutrality Violation.It Morses mules etc., 57,174; stock and ; Consiraclion .
at Beuhaden, Wakull
Fierce countyA. I :neat cattle, 493,941; sheep and goats, ; A /.
S. Keith, Galloway, Polk county, add 'la said that the military officer sent
114,341; hogs and dogs, :nil,5ln valuedat I
r Pascc rom --Washington to New Orleans to .
S SS William Mote, at Rlchland $5.339.958. The number of males' : .
+1 nvestlgate the Chalmette: mule !
couuty camp Hacker
( of E cambla Geo. S. & '
oyer a years age 63,691; : of the public of West ""
has .
Derations reported to Attorney-
a 'I Capt. Bertram S. Neumann of the county reports, 5,383; Alachua, 4.034Duval ;
S ; :eneral Knox that in the shipment of ,
bas1 dismissed fron. -
t marine corps >een 3,660 Jackson; 3.159; Marion, t"
the naval service as a result of his tria nules to South Africa the British govrnment 1,017; Hlllaborough, :2,469. of_All Kinds., '

by court-martial: at Pensacola Fla. The has United violated the neutrality Twenty-nine the forty-five counties .Alarm .,..... av I.laltr. .

action in his case was made public ai. 'vhlch the States is observing In Florida lejy a school subdistrict tax I : JlED.: <
i at 'wtween the British and the Boers.
the Navy Department Washington iggregallng: 7074416.
F on Tuesday, Captain Neumann wat Now it Is difficult to discover how the [_ .. _--- + 10-1,8-tf
f these Scandal jfficer arrives at any such conclusion.
tried on charges: < Palm Beach FIa r
'WaU and Hocker. ,
Our
r couduct, tending to the destruction ol government concedes the right of

good morals; disobeying the lawfu- mr citizens to sell mules to either British The fact that Judge Wall "went out m ( '

'' y order of his superior officer; falsehood IT Boer agents; and if It were shown tfter strange gods," In 1896 should"'be ,

p and copduct to the prejudice of good lhat the British government shipped 'to reason for voting against 'him la the -

'' order and military discipline. these mules to England Canada or primaries ,for Supreme Court JasUce:> OF '
h ?Australia it is contended that there He is one of the ablest Jurists In the jaANOTACTURBRS COMPANY
Tampa dispatch says:>-"The Guf-
'' would be no violation of neutrality laws. State, and at the last election voted Doors, Sash,
fey Oil Comoany has at last succeeded ( 'J'E6.
t But If the mules are shipped to South everything Democratic In sight. Be- Blinds )
in landing a cargo of oil at Fort Tampa, ,
Vfrlca it will\ be a violation of the neutrality i aides he is a'rapid worker, and that is ''OF
add the officers believe that they web> -AND--
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Y laws because the British are at enough to commend hi in. Able men', I -
experience no more trouble in this
t war with the Boers In South Africa,. not afraid to"hustle, are' what are mostly Building:
respect. It is now an assured fact that
;1, the Standard Oil Company will construct This is a distinction without a difference needed in our highest judicial tribunal, CHARLESTON, S.'C; :;; : [ SHINGLES f

; for have not the'British the same -The Florida Index.
pipe lines and an immense tank "",Largest Factory S ]
f right to ship front the United States :But the Jacksonville Metropolis fas ,
at Port Tampa, and thoie who are on Send for Prices. }
t 'Brick
St tiv the Inside declare that there will be s '.mulea'bougbt here) to her possession reported Judge Well as siying.< in substance Lime and Cement. _

''n South Africa as she has to ship them that he voted for Bryan at the -
lively war between' the two oil com
u> her possessions In Australia? last election because he had no'fears '
.5 panies. There are many reasons tot '
believing that much oil will be used in Besides if Great Britain, shipped the that be would be 'elected. How does WOOD WOOD Y YARDS' 3-1.1902 _- ,.

this section in the 'way of fuel. Those mules to Australia,what would prevent that strike you? And If going "after : RY..
her' from taking them from there right gods" is not to Injure a" Demo.
Y strange
, ,,., on the ground declare that M as a fuel
't) a for locomotives is be seriously'. con on to South Africa? If the United States crat's standing in the party how 'Can Stove Wood and. Lake Worth.

5' St tJered by the Plant System in this sec allows an Englishman ot a'uy British you expect the party to keep) Intact -

tion. Coal has almost entirely auperseded sgent to buy mules here, It is no concern Judge Wall may be "a rapid worker" Delivered to"Any. l'urtjC) : 1

of ours whet done with them; whether Indeed he has shown that he Is "a rapidworker" WORKS
wood to -locomotives
owing to
hey are carried to Cape Town or Halifax ,
when It to iaand'
y'' the high price and scarcity of wood, and or whether they are thrown overboarjin conies working Leave orders at Wood Yard, : ..' -tf
the prediction is now made 'that coalwill mid-Atlantic-Peusacola NewsKtUPPENDORF'S out of lheparty' to suit his own personal malts Avenue near' the railroad "
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Y feellnl\a. Judve Hacker bus. notbeen"rapid'enough or address Row BouM und Dingby "''t., .
''S a .\ give t6 oil. Coal Is very high \
way .. ba
-- l>> to work out of his or Hauled Oa. T"J
delivered at Port Tatntfa, although
t o t n when" party, us Judge Wall has bat when it j. T. SNELIPtiOPRIETOR. "*"
LADIES' SHOES
vessel and .
it cumea by "secures the low comes to working In the party he Is not J.J''
a- cat t possible freight rate. st ANTHONY BROS. : "
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TUB TttOTICAL: SHCST! PAUf eBACIT, FLORIDA, FBIDAT, MAY 23, ,1902'. T
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MEETING Beginning at northwest of subdivision Vt T Cothran vtublo
REGULAR corner bullJlug at aoavlaeeaibp '
of r. : WnHH Jenkins, koepei4ofpiorho.te4e., .. 54 OO BUDDED Mulgoba
OF Knowllon'Bisurvey' of Lots Of
COUNTY 2 and'3
SOLONS { I> It Knlgrht. one d..np..rt.. .. .. .. Wt31W If
: ,, : Section 10, Township 44 South, Range K U Mllliir, work on Jupiter road...... tfiasf WHY THB RUSSIAN\ PEOPLE CAbb. IT Largest Collection of Crotons In the United States. Palrn.fi; PUyllanthu ,
Official '43 East of'the 'Tallahassee Meridian, .1 B O'Neal. ., (bed fur pilMonorn.LummusOiUewall. .......... : >- HJ .-.4Q'HE CUCKOO'S TEARS." eto. AIlpogrown. Full Line Citrus "
Proceedings of the Last /filed in the office of .lbs Clerk of the "", dynamite"'" *... .. ... IR* 81 5ttt Stock
Regular' Session of the F Boyee work ou county road.,.... 60 grown on High Spruce Pine Land. Address "
/ County Court of
Dade. County, which is also tbe C L. phandlor. April pay roll...... .. 'At tJJ A t,.....d ftf tt>" Lund of .k. C.arTlim I
Commissioners.MIAMI. northwest corner\ of Lot I, according to .L. 0 Iluwyur. freight' on 3'<>uir of rock '*:* 00 beat ''with lUaicla. L.T. '... JOHN O. BEAQH, West Palm O ach. Fla.Special '::

S. S. /survey, thence running toutli on ItIsoftynel.ipibep(4isp1Jy'' Co lumber H 06< : .tH>tom* mail Onv'rtoalt '.t .hT .1 '

I Fla. west line of said lot tj 13-100 cliaius.ihunce John *Hewoll' Cachet Jack..... .......... 7O 45 11'.1'' ........,.. ..Bsr... "'I' ,
\ ,Win It O'Nonl April Hulary. &SO' 00 From now on until the busyseason
&) May 6th, 1903. j east Js ao-ioo chain., more or 0 L Chandler '75:0(1( ( One warm Sunday afternoon Summer Prices is commenced again, I j

4.y The Hoard of County Commlsuloners I less, and) parallel with the north line of Tlie following bills) were audited: 'aporoved : luge IUD I""h' assembled to ," tI1e'11I.1 !! !: will give I the' residents of WeMx ;.": ':

; *fl t !In regular$ session this, day. said lot, la the shores ot Lake Worth And ordered\!! calJ-- ont---- of-- tb".Fltte--- __ n river; They took Off their kei> ...,._._u.fl.__ _all.. ?ft""'fl_ _. ._.._....'...". wcauus__ __ __._.,..I _..........."_'u._,...._Palm. .,._,"_Beach._..a_ ._.._.."a-'_ substantial.'UV""KKU'_..__.L"h I reduo",L .
'f'UII"f : George W. Lulnbart chnirn thence In a northerly direction along and Forfeiture FUtid: their coronet' headdresses, sauted'\. tueiuMvlves and save tnouey.BUCKEYE. -g- fff (> (B| '
ill' I John Sewell S. the shore of said Lake chains on the bunk' to cool! oT( and began ,
A. Jtelcliitr )
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F. C. 5 353-1000 John Froh H 'Alch .r, John 'Prohock, sheriff, and E. to the north line of said Lot t, lhence &: 0 Duurlorueit'rkoiIm. pros...... ,O2 514! to lt ssJp. One maiden 'alone sat SHOP iVCk:!;! :, JOHN F. ROSS

C< Dearborn clerk. west 0:1 the north Hue of said Lot I 13 John Frohotk sheriff, erlm. proa... '.9Y'5n silent l''rosyn. an orphan poor but

Minutes of the last session Soroo chains to'the place of beginning, A B IlpyNer Ooi Judgrn,.cniu..pros .:li 18 beautiful with fair k>In and! eyes; a*
read and
: J T Bnudurs, Prom 1tJ'. :WO '00 blue us the venllan, wl'ilcb, the Russlnns CITY MEAT MARKETFlorida :
wllll corrections approved. and containing, 7 acres more or less, and P Chullle, wltnms. .> BOa \ call "(bit' dlgbtr of the falcon." So

Monthly reports of the following Jus.tlces .' being north< half of.: said Lot together M Hnilth. J P. ... u.. !93: 14V the other girls began to tense her: and Western Meats, 'Poultry Game and Eggs.

of the Peace were read and filed,' with all llparian rights said land 'Lay \ J Brooks, ,. 14 115 "Iln re ;you no dearly beloved friend.I'Yoslnynl .
f bowing fine forfeitures I tag a Iron of about 346 8 feet A D ItoKern, wltnens... BO Mail Order. Receive .Careful Attention.
and costsfarIbejftionth tage 10 upon I'rlnon Orant, "' .I .. ./BOr Who Is he, where Is be? la

.,1- ending April 30lb. zo2, the waters of said Lake Worth. Tbe J R..I..J. p, .. .. 11 :10I be handsome, Is be rich}" Jofferson Block WEST PALM BEACH.

'" 8 "D. Mitchell, District same was granted. .I- M Bnk r, .. 43,: /SB "Where should n poor girl get a rich : t.i-1905
-'I Ii. II. JB Simnders, District 3. A petition wits filed. signed by C. A. .t. U: Taylor, wluiaa(". >' >. OO stud bniulHoine young lover? Yonder .
W O DuBorry, .. w .. 'no nddt (I" | basbnnd." ARNING,
W. I* Vorrey, District Worley.and others. asking" that a road ny .W PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
.;.. f 4. Mm U D Hendrlckiiun, ...t.. ASW 'tin( Moonor hud she aald this! than all _
J V W. Smith District 30 (feet wide, beginning at the southeast '
ir JU t f P Uendrtikson. witness >' OB the whom
-f tuuldens cried, with one accoi'd.' To all It may oomeru i
: '::rr. 1 X J. Rusatll. corner,of fractional Section thlrtv.Town. 1.Joe Bosnian, >' ((15 "The udder'and/ took_ to__ their_____ heela._ ____ Certain slanderous reports have been. clrculatlnK O, 0. U1IU.UNUWORTU OICO. O.OUHnllC'

A. 15 Ileyscr County Judge. ship fifty-three, Squill of Range forty- rr H 'YannI' ,J..!.. OJ.. ... '611 And upon ber kerchief which Frosya n ; to certain quarters during, the pant six CHILLING WOKTII& GUltUIK

-1 .The joint report of the County Judge two east on the Shores of-Bincayne bay Clifford Juhnon '" ( 110J..url1 had thrown upon tIle Ifrn.lI. behold a month' damaging to the reputation| of our '
Furrows. "OJ 4 on client,Mr. Churl 1', Hart and nliloli arc ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS,
r eiiI Hie, tas collector of licenses issued and exteudlng thence west along the 'ropbullvn Crlrnoa'e. 05Isabulla IIIIKO black Adder lay colled.! She cried unfounded and absolute) false. Tills notice

,during. the month ending April joth, south boundary ot Sections/ twenty-five Da..llIl.. .. .. 64)SagIe nut fn fear. But the adder beat Its tall ID. therefore to give warning that wu have West 41101 I Bench .1"a.) .

:4 $* ., '1903/ ', was received: !and filed showing!! and twenty-six, Township 53. south of ) Oaer .. 60 upon tbe tfroumlmncl was transformed been retained to make strlut Inquiry Into IIImatter 13.111 ---

: 'umiiunU collected' for.the State $4f'50. Range forty-one East,.to Ihe southwest Rosa B nooke!., .II. 01.." COAnnISI'owoll I luto a wonderfully handsome ;young And to Institute suit or suits for '

'I lid County 30.76.. corner of said Section twenty-nix, suit. "" .'. ISO lUa n. There be stood .before has, with damage off"I nut any person or parsons. round \V.METCALF. ',
Zodle "(4iUltb1' 130niaodaWrtght repeating the lander alter this publlo danielot .
_ golden' cap upon his (flowing ctfi'rll'lns;
Tlie. 'monthly financial .,proposed road being; bounded on the .. \ ATTORNEY-AT.LAW. (
____ Ktatement of .50 -yen' flashlnir tire and boneyed words; Ita "tb. ,
y Die County Board Public Instruction south by SeUlon: / tbirtr-one Township Frail. Chl..bulm.OJ. ,.0. .. 00Flnke"Warrun. fell from, his lips. And be said to ber: This May :21st 1002.CILItLINOWORTII: NOTARY PUBLIC. '

; 1I 'was received and filed fifty-three south of Range forty-two "... ..,MD CUftltlir, Will
showing a balance JIIcKwen, .. .. ''uo DId you mean It when you declared practice Coullt".lItaLe and Federal
-t 7 In treasury February a8lb 1902, of Bast.and Sections thirty-five-and thirtysixf II' W 1fsrttn ... .. 80I. that you were ready to marry the adder Attorneys for Mr. Hart Court
I"t." three south of .. .. .. ?" LAND CAsas A 8PE$lAITY.
I > Towqslilp fifty Range ... Dn"l. GOI' PROPOSALS O. 'H. DEPARTMENT Or '
.. '(he teport of .E. C. Dearborn, clerk forty-one East be established accordingto 8 Zleglsr .. 'I I' 6UlobI She knew not rtrat reply\ to make .:;;, Cilice or f th;. Bwiretury: OtOcelnTuopniAL, Sow Block. .
WsHlilnirton D. C., May 12, 1002.8.aloIprOpocuh
_ _ Of cases disposed of in county courtdurif law as a county rb"d. and make such Crosby, .. 4' S., 00 but gazed at blm and theugbt to heriH'If. | will: be reevlvud by the (Hvcrotnry: West Palm Beach Diulu,'County, PlorliUIT
\. P Gor... d.put" ehrIff.0...............'1:1: 80 "Wlieiite came such a wise and .of Agriculture until noon. Hururrlnv UlI .
| 'if Hie ntenth ending April 3oth 190,' appropriation to rock Mama couilstent l '(ooh Jones. ...... ............. 6:1: Ut lutndBouie ?" And be I 11I1Il.) : for the rupnln anil improvmmmt Mar the B.
:\ r-xelbtr with of with tbe public good 1 in aid of petitioners I. .. youth divining trauitt. InilUllnu of the Weutnur, Itureuu, 'U. H SAUNDERS Jr.,
a receipt tax tale!! cer1Beaton loS R O'Neal.I. ... ...... .. .. 211 80Itt4R1aunagan her thoughts, replied td tbetn. "1 /am D.partnentof: Agriculture Jupiter, Fin .
redeemed or purchased, were who will do their part by private' ," .. ...." ....'........ 111 .5 no. lu ucuitrtlante with' plntm and Bnucillrntlonwhlili ATTORNEY? AT LA \W.
( t: I'tad and filed. subset Ifrtion.un 4. E Boyser, 0oinC! Ju.llfe ,, .......... 14> 15 common man, but tbe czur of tbe waters limy be obtained at the WeatlrI&.Jui4at
4t..tl_. .. -14tMnn- -It 1Ii."p.- 3 Pm.u'"---'u--__ at flu naIl uiy empire Is close at band In !Human!! ..nldeo,,nt. Jupluir. I : ., :I ,the Cnrnsrflhl.n_u___ __.. _ant.._ _n.....,_...._. ._..uu........
..rny rtrpuri or treasurer was re. motion or I. ; ;;: There Being no ,u lb..b; ; ;ath; ; on ). C. be rnlMl. ntndorMiu <
and filed, showing cash ou hand W. O. Couch J A. Lime and Samuel Add) be road In her eyvs that she consented on envttloi| .1'rniutHRl (for WeiLtlieBureau 1M-I \VKST PALM BEA K.ORIDA
Board adjourned meet tbe first Tues- bulldtntr. Jupiter, t la,." nud adilreitHml .
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several: funds aa follow t General Files were appointed dew said pro. in to go with blm. Then be grnsp-: to Um "HmirHtnrv' f.f ARrknltUfeWaMhtnffton. '

f7.439.ia S school,$o1' :,&S{ fine and posed ruad, and report OH t to the practicabitity ,tay June.Gso. W. LAINHAUT, ed tier wltb his powerful hand and to. nerve tlm right. to D.O.r..Iect'| Tim iiny itr Duuurtniunt.all bitt.... r. A.J.. LEWIS

;. ', $1)5,5.a8, j road at:78 ; game of fame at the next meeting of Kfthpr they sank ao'vvii' Into the. deep JAMES: WiLSON, Bocrelary.
the Doa fit. l 3. C. DRARBORN, Chairman. realm of the waters.Grvat .. H-lll-B _ _ AflORNEY-AT-LAW

,on'lhly foo.08. 'by tax A petition signed by Franklin Sheenamplifiers' Clerk. was Froaya's bOPI.lnl'lIlI.| She EDWIN: CLAPP'S and and NOTARY PUBLIC "
.report SHOES
collectcf $6 oo
_. could not believe In IL lie was so Agent ol tho U. S. Plilelltjr A Guaranty Co.,of .
!.and filed showing,amounts; ,, to wake the present road /good, so vrlser she bad never seen such (7.00- finest n.ade-at ANTHONY'S Baltimore, Md.

I\rl. during/ the month ending-April rum. county road to Pompano-a coont> New Colonization Scheme. people, and there .Is nono such any- )lllce\ at corner nf ClpiimtlH" Avenue, and MaN '
\ for the State road, as diagram attached and de. A Richmond, tnd., special to the New clitHim trout over Htrohm's .nture 1-4-10011 -
$1648 47 ; lor per where as the oar of the Watl''''. nut W..U'.lm1J..u". -
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", 436698.. scribed aa commencing at tbe present Orleans Times-Democrat( : says! The l Fronya was foollnh' Seven years did ,West Palm Beach- ir 1*. JJICANNING.Attorney -

following bonds for licciiftvs'.. to county road on the townshipliue between lIexf few days will see the completion rfhtt dwelr wltb him In' the deep pool In AL. ,

repenting rifles were approved : Townships 48 and 49.. running of plans for an extensive! colonizing his palnce of crystal and the seven and Counnellor-at-Law

Munroe, with n S. Potter and east ou the township'loe') to the, north schema in the South in which many years passed aa oue day und. there Town Lots ,

Dlmicfc sureties. eait corner of Section 6,. Township 49, Indiana Capitalists are interested. A need ;not bare been any end. ''to her Olllro over Hank,) ,
bliss. 'A girl and a boy bud been born
Harkctss, with A. P.: Anthony Range 43 thence south on the east line company Is now being formed to purchase to them. Then all nt once,'without tiny A discount of 10 per cent for 2-161901 WEST PALM. BEACH, PLArAl

; Whldden. sureties. Section:' 6 to tbe quarter section post a tract of 50. oo 'acres >of' land inAanbatua 'e'oulle.'lbe been me sud. lonced for' the cash_will .!be!_granted .on all sales_of .. ,,'_ I.'. ..,... ,..,, ...,......"..,..
., j. j. -Hymati with- F-;. N. Dimick and J. on tli. east boundary of Section 6, which and Florida where it is proposed t-nrtb. to behold her native hamlet and lots for $!suu ann under; over :ji/jUU/: J aid or 0,

!I. ':)$"c 't, Reese,sun.lies.Wui. i* the center of Pompano, waa grantedand to establish an industrial city and tier friend once more. So be let her /5 per cent for cash.WALLACE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.

,, ; : Armour with J. M. Baker aud same declared a public road; lay ont the rest of the grounds in farms go. with the children for three days R. MOSES; NOTARY PUBLIC,

.. $:" J .CliarUsW. Catlln sureties.Thomas John 1"rubuck. slieiid, filed duplicated .flie largest backers of the scheme are utter having exacted a promise that
\ Booker with Booker and receipts for all moneys collected !hy Southern men, but Indiana capitalistshave neltUer. she nor tbe children either byword Agent I". E. C. R'y Laud Dep'tSPROUL'S ProarcutingAttorney" Orovard Co. -
.
Y.tung. Flndell sureties. him in fines and paid to the county been Interested in the project or by 'hint. should re\eul tbe FT, FlBHCBAND: TlTUSVIttB FI.A.

The following" carry nfles aud pis. treasurer since hi*, Instillation as sheriff through George E. McDaniel of Bedford uuuie of her husband or where abe S-IIJ.Jyr
And all this she pi-omlticd. wltb
, -: told : |p present time amounting to $a.* aud AVilliim E., Dell ot Fensacola, lived'enrtul.oatfis. Tben' bar liusbund escorted EXPRESSFurniture (Q.EO. M. IWU INS,

S C. Harris with C. S. Raulerson and 90919 "who formerly lived IB this State. her to tbe dnm At the end of .

:, 6. B, Nlc&olllOD-luUtlea. Upon motion the Comptroller l is requested The company 'It is announced will three days she 'Was to tome to the.. stima moved Baggage Attorney and Counaelor-at-Law. _

A Hudson-. Saun.Iirs, Jr., with M. B to allow the lands known as tl.e have a capital stock of $250,000 and pot and cry "Cuckoo! (tbrlcb wb< .. r.iufivt mad4:W. I. Marcel 8urel1 .. Florida Commercial Company's to be le- will be Incorporated 'tinder the laws of ,' ha would swim at once to meet -drayln done at reasona. Will practice Bute and Federal Courts! ,

; ... ." The application of Richard E. ReslerfW deemed from all tax ,fates the certificates New Jersey which gives more freedom ber.She ble rates.TwoSeated. t.ss'iyr, TITUS VI LLB, FLA.
the, exclusive tight to of which are now held by the State than either Indiana or Alabama. The kept ber oath but her friends '
plant i ii
.. oysterson Carriage
!
. ceruiii submerged lauds<< lying "bij upon payment of 8,000, provided the incorporation papers will\ be filed next coated: .,'II d. questioned the children L.I). I3ATON, M. f). '
; The boy to all queries! ro|>llid simply Or Single Buggy <$> 0
said is made before tilt week. The have options on
,1'liflOu lace the front or shore of the South payment July promoters "I d'on't' know." nut the girl told ev- HOM&OPATHI8TWEST .-

.' M of Lot I of the Subdivision of Lots meeting!: of this Board in order that sll fifty thousand acres of land located in .rythini This was ull the envious gossips For hire by hour or day. PALM BEACH. FLORIDA.tlMlilence .

I, 3 end 3, of Section to, Township 41 of Said lands may be assessed for this the southern part of Alabama and florIda '",obtl d. They ran and told all to Leave orders at Manilla House. :: oppiwlt. MetlioOInt Church.! OlDce
: :: : : :
S>uth, Range 43East t. excepting a sttipaS year. about half way between Pensaeolatnd their- husband and 'brothers. who Imniedfnt it6.trDon't! Cli'iuatlH Avenue; next to Miinonlt.\ Temple
feet wide of Mobile. The land la high being! a I ly ran to the dnm and uttered JUles\ bours 8; to 9 B.n.:1: to 4 and T to 8 V.m.
j 19 the south end, deed- The committee heretofore appointedto tIIU"", U to 4 ..m.
on'September nth, 1895. to E. F.I enquire as'to he prices of tents for : plateau at tbe sonthern extremity: bf the the'magic word., Aud when tbe czar Special Atrentlon (liven to DI.eaneH of
Blue Mountain The ground is a peared they bent him to death. But Women and ('hIdrun.ii ( .
Vrsdway also convict exhibited several offers range.
r ; excepting a strip 13, feet Camp, Forget
diedbe voittrtred to
in, width of the and for the Board part of the richest agricultural country before.he Say ,
west end the and
granted to prices same, considering Krosyp: "I 1 bit"I' to thank tbee. tny dOor U. IIOOI, M. I>.
public' a public road or highway by the offer and prices furnished in tbe whole South._ '' '- I' wife tliut/ I ani now come to my death LI. '

deed of May 6th,. 1900 containing 7 and by W. B. MeFarland &Son, of Jackson '- .s- has tbrongb thee and my daughter. Hence- That we have at all times, PHYSICIAN AND U/VCt'-M
boas
Wra. A. Blase the barber !
75:100 acres wore or less, seme-being a 91l1e. beat lOad cheapest, CommissloneiSewell fortb fly tbou ever as a gray cuckoo a choice line of .
.t. > 8lrolim'
t ivi r tru AT "t'A I..M
opened tbe best ventilated >
frontage of: about 818 feet upou the water '' of that committee, was instructed just up largest! and repeat thou ever uiy (cull 'Cuckoor I ,I ii, \' it. tMSiuenun iiKiir lloyai ,I't.luclana .

:. of Lake Worth of which be is 'I' purchase five tents of that, firm. and most completely equipped bar. 'In sadness of heart from eurly .eprlug FLORIDA WESTERN '
and tbe cbannel of stud Lake tIer shop in Cade Cbunly with four 'until Su Peter's day (KL Peter's day. Botel.i'ALM HEAC1I. (IJIr
owner I
& The following bll'.s; were .itte chairs in Seminole Hotel Blvck ,pn.2.Iul.12\ ( 0.8.1).1100] from that '
\Vortli'wa1 granted. 1 r> B. POTTEH.. M. D.
approved and ordered paid out of tl.e Palm Beach. 3t day forth umy every bird. botb great MEATSLive LS. "
4 Tbmsit B Earnest filed application for General Fund: ass t and small, beat tbee and pursue tbee. "

exc'usive: right to plant oysters on ter. ,KltchlnK, ,, auct F Hoffman pauper I S (IO CoCoanut 'drove Library.The t\nd"mureat; tliou iny; daughter my betrayer -. I.4198\ WEHP FA LM KfACH. FLA.

tai, submerged lands lying between tbe R 0 Potter, .. Frwl Myeni. .. B'09) following books have recently' been be turned Into a nettle bush and Dressffd Tur-

',f' fij'lowfng desctibed lands, of wnlctr be F McGnrdy OP' tauter. f H 00 added to the Cocoanut Grove( Public Library aod 'rftay that weed the Oet,. forever o.a'. i'LAl'TS, M. I).
i hi and the- channel: of Lake ti Brooker ft fa, act U'U :FlKtey, 8 OORaohel ( bum thine eyes wheresoever thou may- keys, Chickens Butter,
o."r. Wuldroit. charity ................... B on : eat be. that tbou ,uiuyest 'weep forenr.r.QlemlHtlng Cheese Etc. PHYSIOIAN AND URQEON.
\Voillt, : J n Olenn, ..... ...... .. 8 OO 1087 The :Bears bf Blue Rtvef. Ma- thy father's death. But Eggs,
Telegrams delivered all hours of thu
at the intersection of City ol Miami, maintenance of bridge, :jiff no day '
Commencing: L. jor. to my loyal son. who kept bill father's) .nd night'
A K Heynersalary and sundries'. :....... 83: Oil
W Iturkbardt's south line with tbe west 'B 3, The Benes tTtill. command. I make this bequest: That (".* <)(.1 FORT PIHRCK. Via.Dli. .
U H Brynn, salary, w..t..hIlIJ.n.&IS 00 Mail _
t-: Shore of Lake Worth being part of I.ot' D W 1\Iorlln.la\lIl'\ anil II days. Attendance B 4. Circuumtanaes. Wier Mitchell. be Shall be the bird beloved which Prompt Attention to Orders.

4.. Section. Township 44 South Range County Court .......".. ..... .. 47. /noJ 431, The Conscript Dumas. dwells and sings In gardens and amid IIOUUJI'fUN
'; '41. East;thence-west along said line to V Bander.Mitlary. : months....Prils( 169. Count H n.lbal. Werman. shady groves for the Joy of happy people -DEN TOS" \
it*. cutlnv Attorney. ..... ....... ........ 66 66 Gar for the connotation of thorn who Faber Bro's. MarketWest
line of thence her German ,
tbe boundary Lot 4. south B r, EHiabtth'Jind HOL'LAl'ID 1>OI K. I'HONK: 1*
Get W Fluhor. rent ot kitchen, .......... .. B 00 weep, tbe nlrfhtlugale."
rod. .' ; WB'iT: PAI.M BEACH-
said
10 on" boundary thence east den. ,
; > _
Hotel electric lights
F K C Company And from that day forth tbe Russian
parallel! with Burkhardt's line 10 rods for court house for March., ......... ... 14 OHUreon 2185, The Great White, Way.' 'A. B. people have t-alled tlie meadow orchid Palm Beach. T. UANIKL, '
.wide to the shore of said Lake, Worth ft Prole work on county Jail 120O: 00 Pttiue. "tbe eucRoo's tear. fit Is also known I-1-1QO L. i .
t t'teuce! said shore to the Miami Telephone. Co, rent ol .phon Hypatia. cli... Klngsley., DENTIST/ .
northerly along Isabel
340 as "the cuckoo's slippers. )- F. ,
'for court house..................f....... V 00 i i'JUY
place uf beginning and of the riparian' Miami Telephone. Co. rent of phone B /;; A tiouSe: Party, P.'Z.. Ford. Uapgood In "New' York I'ost. An-m1\TnV! UOCOA. INDIAif HIV KB.._ ._..LORU..I.u..aI__
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rghtJsppUTtebfltto, said lands. Said lor convict Cutup. ,......... .. .*.... cob 104, In the FOR(, B.. II,Davts. .
laud has a frontage of about l6j feet B O Dearborn, Clerk salary anti B 8, J. Devlin Boas. Williams.frl43f. I A w.>, -0.". I I ( 1. M15TCAL.I-V! _

upon the waters. 'of said Lake Worth. undrle, ...'. .................,......,.'.. On 04. Lives ol the Hunted. Thoutp- A small girl told a faljeliood. Her CONTINENTALPLANT : .
Rotd Cross Pharmacy, driiim for 1'1'1. ill DO mother with great dignity led the NOTARY PUBLIC -

Same was granted. 'I lr PT ScaKKs. prufwuiloimlSBrvlces 15 00 sbn-Seton. youthful offender! to tile library !id, For the State of Florida at tarosDent's
Jacob T. Earnest filed application for L, n Oliver. rent ..f Armory...... .. ... no 00 B.6. Life on the Stage. Clara Morris. Bitting down beside 'bt'r. said. : "Tou '

'. exclusive right to plant oysters oo ce,- T .CHardee. com.as Tax Oilteetor.. i 8O 00 B 3, The Lion's Brood. Osborne. knOw Katharine grandma bus gone toheaven 'COMPANYOf Mortgages.Ilraltrd.Leaum and Contraetr .'

tai. >i submerged lands lying between tbe Marshall. Bruce Co. dued recordH. 4.1 96 431 Marietta. Marlon Crawford. and pupa llaa'1UIMf to'-tt.Qven. Cnnveymiilnic:: SMec-lHltT.
rl :
II ft W B IrW Cu.bdhk'i.,Co. records OU( BOJ All Work iJuarantoeil l.ejii.ftnrrect.. ,
following described lands, of which heI. W Iras. supplier for poor IIUUH .. 8 OH 1591 New Canterbury Tales. flew. but If you tell untruths you cannot tfo N. C. OIIICO' I III, &iKOFIlil: HUN: Illotk -
to heaven wltb them. You 'will haveto w.... Vln flrnrh. n .>1. C.m..tv FlnrMnYAI.L -
I I. owner, and .the channel of Lake L. C Oliver Ice 'or court house ........... 4 BOR lett. -
Worth t M Klnc.on comn.. ". ...... ... TBA/ 195, The Octopus. Norris. *o to tbe otber place." \ ,AC 1C' H \1010\1:".
Frank. Htranahan operating terry at The little maiden Jooked .yftT.s.. bTIIAWHECtRT PLANTS) ,
COUtmriclnlllt the intersection of the 3188, The Ordeal of Elisabeth
New hirer ............ ........ ITS 00 for a moment! and sold "Say'a swear Suooeitor
'. south line of Lot 3 of Section 34. Township FRO Hotel CompanyIi< for court 9$, The Portion of Labor. Wilkins.- 'word mamma./'and coma to tba other Cabbage 1'a' a..d Celery Planu.CAnN.tTIUN to A. W. *ot>*rt, _ _

., 44 South Range 43. with the, west bourn, 'for April .. ......................... T BiJ 9095 Tbe Quiberon Touch.. C. T. place too."-New' York Tribune. PINKSA REAL ESTATE AND INSUBAHCt.

Shore of L ke Worth running thence A B He,.... county court record.. TO 8T Brady. Specialty. ", ,lot tor Went Palirt nenck. Town .....B. also, .
west along said line to the southwest t (1 fj Xlmanles, blnnkut* for |1..11......... 5 TOE 366. Tale of the Two Cltl.. Dickens. Tk. B..... Chola.. Went .'..111I Hxuih. Water. Work..
V Pnh.. M D, prof. ...r". Uus Cook !1// 00 W. handle 110""".. and Flowering Plants 'lor( NOTAUV PUBLIC. _lS H
Dumas. "Z, Miss / It la l eOP'IboU88o'a Clematis
The Three Mllyons said
north Gqardsmen. '() Avenue Door Olive t. t
uf said Lot thence 10 435. .
Come: 3 iTMocknon, work on Wear IuliDDearb G. I.. Tiber Oleu 8U Mary. 51 Ul. 1 t.ulltllW..L, ( Patio Iln' .fli.. Pli>rlrtaARCHITCCt > -
rods thence east parallel.to the said line I Jnll..... .. .. .. ...... ........ 11 1087 Three Vassar Girl In France; of dollars "oo ce bonnetsatone A share of your patronage.ohulleO.UAIt. .
lo rode wide, to the Lake shore thence D UoCnnn, work On W 1* llench Jnll 411t / Chaaipney. ,, my dear count observed" the ORDKRS PROfPTtY: FIX.I.BD 'r. D. BROWN _
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southerly along the shore to the place of >r B B Pttr, prof. err.. pnopor..... 4H 3B/ B 5, The Yel vet Glove. Merriuian. fcarou. She s one you. Addre.sYRANKCOL'tC' ,
"No. my dear taron. was the raT &Z _
John Fmhock, sherllt Cu Court work 41 00 AND BUILD '
The Life of Victoria. Morris.
brg'tnnmg, with Jflps'rian rights gold I 'r N O.utler.m..11I 'fur Jury ........ TOO 515 >l.v. "I Till main/ proposal to her i-it-tf P O. Bolt '<<. Went Patio Beaoh I'll Plans. and specifications pr..1
Iatbaa a Frontage of about 165, feet' U W L ",h..r'.Co.COlli.1 day. ft mllV IB 40 3136, Warwick of the K oba. 'Lloyd. tnltllner.: "-'/ udi'e, Jobtilnff wnrk given prompt Attention' at

upoil The shores of said Lake Worth. r C Aluher.. ... 18 80 1335 Wild Eelin, Shop on liAturAM 11.- rt _
8 M BeMmr, .. .. :I *" __-. -_- Ess1e.l.ae.5PUttnil.tsnj VOSS HOUSE
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John Bewell. .' >/ 00 There are flyer 341 kinds of fish Inhabiting eselual..lao't she 7" L:01iaK: ) 0. UUTLKK.
I Emit P. Carbon filed' application for o V Lalnhsrt ace...Vrs Cooley ... (II 00 the waters of Long Island N, V. "Ob.>*s;quite. She never Introduces: The most reasonable BoardingHouse ( T _____ _______
1' excluMte' right to plant oyste/s on .cer. audited C4VILECOINC&.. -
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.: The following were approved '. itn 'eligible' *'maa to any other girl.- j West Palm Beach.
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*- r taut submerged lands. lying between the and ordered paid out of the Se--- '''Leaden : n Pr' AND _
folloWlnit\ described lands, cf which be Road Fund: I Have you bad a dish of ice cream at Ing I Board and lodging' % Week DEPUtY COUN7Y8I1RVE'IO"

is the owner. sad the channel of Lake P W Mt.CiirdyCo.4slioveUi.I, 5 00.I" .The Palms Ice Cream ,Parlor?' Its tbe Do 'not oefilKt: to keep your boot i Evarnla' Street,Joss East or Ticket 001cc.MRS. Aotorthu taR,1 FOR 0.04/...."n..1 f'UNTV.to".t nUke. -'

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i' NOW THE FAMOUS WAR 1 i CHURCH NOTICES I 1 1I ftl ftl B

\; CUBAN REPUBLIC CLAIMS BILL ,
-' :, I Baptist Church rest Charges Sand us in Your Mail Orders A Usefafn9ttt I!

The Island Transferred by the Passed the Senate and House of PAID OQ all., I
; Wash- i Divine[ services at the Baptist, church Purchases ,Gien with all i: >>
United States Last Tuesday. Representatives :
Sunday at II s m. and? 7:39: til. tICaab
ington Tuesday.A to $IS __. Cash Purchases w
"Circumstances
Historic Ceremonies. Morning subject: < "
over, 'except MclGOTSfeJACKSONVILLE amo4ntiagto$6.00, 3r f
Attending the 'Second/ ;: Coming of S q
p o satisfaction lSfW3 lag oa 10.00'; n .OOI !}'
The Republic of Cuba came into existence general feeling prevails Christ. \\fj L
j at noon on Tuesday, when the I throughout the State? of Florida at Evening subject f Baptism, "what it( 53 Carpetsxand $60 00() |7B.OOand, i\? f
%ry controlling government of the Island Die result of the vote on the longpending Is, and-to whom f it Is to be administered Domestics ,, JLA. $lW.OO. 'R;
j}, passed from the United States to the omnibus bill. and Its,purpose." { ;:
new President and Congress of the little. This bill Includes what l I. known as the, SundaY'lI boot at loa. .i. in- Prayer- f *fi
q Republic. Havana was the scene of this Florida Indian war claims bill, which' meeting Thursday evening at 7:30. WOES: WISH TO STATE' to our many friends and patron &V/TI
Important historical event aud the city has been banging fire 'for over 40 year All are welcome., ':>, mg
I was gay with decorations! the most conspicuous Time and. time again It has been before I -- 10'---- :',', we pre'now prepared to take ,caro of your. mail orders.: Wdarc. Q"" ',,1,
being Cuban flags. Congrers, but for some cause or other it CorigregationatChurch.: ;
.':, The actual transfer of the control' of never could get passed. When the Floe Services at the West Palm. Beach Con ., better equipped than ever, devoting part .of our second; t\'f\' r- '
4 the Island occurred exactly at noon idlaoa! most Interested In the claim bad gregatlonal Church at.n a.rnvT: And 7:30: ,g0UR -:!,
floor to
': Those invited to the ceremony included, their hopes buoyed up to the point p> p. rn, Preaching by the ,!Iutar.'Rev. S. ,Jp 4
( besides the American officers and the expected passage something would happen D. Paine, ,'- *
members of President-elect Palma's to defeat it, and cause despondency, 'Christian :endeavor at t t5jo\: \'p. m. i
Cabinet, the members of Congress, the and this is the first time it has ever Sunday-school at 10 n. m. MAIL eRDERS
I i'' Supreme Court Judges, the Governors !gone through both House, and If approved Song service. and pastor's Bible .class ,
of the provinces, the officers of the visiting .. :! by the President the bill will\ be on Wednesday, at 7:30: p. m. V ffi&;
ii,' warships, the foreign Consuls, paid and it 'will amount to something "
) -- and a 'Eewother All are cordially Invited. We are now in'our, new quarters, occupping a four-etor jjp j,
; William Jennings/ Bryan over $100.000. ..' tI-ro '
I ', specially-invited guests The people of Florida owe a debt of brick buildingand equipped with the very latest
flethodlst Church.- ..
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r'i j:,' ". The ceremony itself was brief, gratitude to Senators Tallaferro and ,
I;" t .', simple. After formal greetings, General Mallory and Representatives Sparkmap Next Sunday will be 'Children*' ,
', 11 Wood read the documentary transfer and Davis for their splendid work In Day." The tuornlo '' service will be
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t '. prepared by the War Department, finally pushing this bill through. The devoted to exercises by the' Sunday Imported and Domestic Goods d :
pledging: tbe new government to immediately total amount of the omnibus bill is School. .
proclaim the Constitution and 11,618,498. Usual! evening service at 7130! o'clock. .
l' the Platt amendment contained id the The claim of Florida against the Government Sunday School at 9:45 a. tn.: We ask you for :
;, I appendix, and to undertake all obligations is over a million dollars, but Epworth League at 3:50: P-.m.,,, iy v A- ,Trial Order ';
assumed by the United States with I I.the claim of the Government against Rev. C. Fred Blackburn"pastor. '

,A \ respect to Cuba by ''the treaty of 1 Florida will leave a net sum of about .. In. Sending ",Your Orders, Kindly Mention This ;Paper' '
,,t/ Paris. I $700,000 to the State and an additional ,
L, ''I I Following this came the hauling dowr $100,000 on account of lands, the State's Cashier Geo. L. Brannlng of the .
,; I of the stars and stripes and the hoisting :I interest in which has been held, making Dade County State Bank, has moved his Ii Write for One of All Mail Orders
1 ''I I of the Cuban flag. The United Stater altogether nearly $800,000. family Into their new Lake front house Our Ne FDRCHGOTT'SDEPARTMENT S
I cavalry then embarked on the More --... -- two miles south of town. The house FILLED and'' !
,I Castle for home, and General Wood wa located at the coruer of Evemla.( and '1i Illustrated ,
t whlcl I Another Volcano Feared. Spring and Summer SHIPPED oo receipt y1
t escorted to the cruiser Brooklyn Olive streets will be occupied by Mr.
sailed Immediately for New York. I Paris, May ax::The Petit Journal and Mrs. Geo. C McKlaaon on their + Catalogues, STORE of order. ,
--..-._---- = says that uneasiness exists concerning return from the North. whack will be'' mailed
volcano which up to the present time hah ;,; :ro .free, oa applioa. j
Cuban Reciprocity I J JACKSONVILLE TLA. Write for
been'supposed to be extinct, at St. tlon. Samples, 1-\'jmm ,
r A Washington despatch says that will PlerrlA de Varennes, between Couches- The Strike Situation

r reciprocity the transfer will of become Cuba, the acute.question It de-o' France.Let-Mines and Creusot, in the south of Pa.,. May 2:1-Ne: : hope 1Wllkesbarre mgm mr mr I m

of ultimate victory came'today' to 147.
pends entirely on Congress whether or trembling
Rumbling accompanied by a
anthracite coal strikers when It became
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not Cuba enters into reciprocal trade ,
f of the earth were beard at St. known that the locomotive engineers '.' "
relations with tbe United States or prefers the of the .
Pierre de Varennes early part firemen and train 'crews of. four 'VP'ROGERS' THEEverzlade. '
reciprocity treaties with European o'clock 'on the
week and again at :a
t powers, thus leaving the United State morning of Monday the people of the big coal carrying railroadspractically # Buyers and Shippers of
There !I. decided to aid the miners by a ,sympathetip Produce Go
t t to take a secondary place town became panic-stricken.
nothing except sentiment and moral' :: strike.President : Silver Ware
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obligation to live up to the terms $ Mitchell said today': i"We West Palm Beach, Fla. ,Pineapples, "
Plait's amendment to compel Cuba to Troops for St. Augustine. hope that if the soft coal men are Induced .
I enter Into closer relations with the United Washington, May 22.-Senators Tal- to go' out, there will be a general v Tea Spoons i Hay; Grain, Poultry, Butter, "
Slates than with any other country, may aferro, Mallory and Representative sympathetic strike of all allied organizations an, d.L" '{
i 'T5 Cents and Eggs Potatoes, and
cause Cuba to reject terms. Now that Davis accompanied Col. McWilliamS to but to be honest and frank, we I J up ,
the bland is independent the United ..he office of the Secretary of War today have so far received no tangible pledges All kinds of Crops by lmeS.j"1
V States is powerless to enforce terms. A 'o urge that official to quarter troops at (hat offer aid" The executive Board Table SpoonsPer .. '
new erabarrasment is threatened as SU Francis Barrack, in St. Augustine. went into sesttlon. about noon to consider Produce. Senator Teller's (Colorado) I Intention It The interview was very favorable, the the calling out engineers, firemen, and : Set., $150, u t
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f to prolong his filibustering against re delegation being satisfied such will\ be the pumpmen. Mitchell Is) confident up.V.'" '' \
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ciprocity. taken. jp that they will be called out today.Shirts You "
4 -- Kniiies :Per Set, Do Want: ..a '.1 y yw. i

l r'& f $3 and up STEAMBOAT ? '
r Y GY.rY .have them to Sell,and {if we have 'I
1.., : """:".r.n..v.v' r..n..rn..n..n.n.nntrr.r. none on hnu toanit, ,we c\a build 1 j'
Prices on Just wprtyou/ aDt. '
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( are Shifts 1 Sterling Silver To Furnish ._..... c W($ >

; ;, Application Quoted on' Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.Write 11

or call on ns for Anything t' 1r: .',
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Orders are now coming In for sum 2
our New Arrivals of mer delivery. I can book I .
I I 3 Cash o JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President. THOMAS P, DEHHAM: Cashier Zo ,,4

j aft Only Ordersto JAMES: D. BAKXR, Assistant Cashier. *
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t i ii Banking Business of East Coast Business Men, Farmer.
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