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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: July 18, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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IS' THE CHOICEAJORITf But Left, a Watch and $160 Un. People 'as They Come; and Go: YOUNG'S HATS-none better. 'made EDWIN CLAPP'S SHOES |6.oo and -:

touched. Raid Made In the People Whom You Hay or at '3.00. ANTHONY BROS. -. $7.00-finest made-at ANTHONY'S ,I
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-. .' Commercial Hotel.,' '\ May Not? Know.., ? Mr. C. H. Miller, one of Delray's succes When you want plowing or teaming .
ful farmers; was In towu on Monday done, call ou Henry Meador.West Palm "

'..fIr OVER MR. BOGGS ". Vet so near and yet. so far" bold Mrs. C. H. Linton of Delray. was' in 'on business.On ,BenPK!' :' it
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Mme'" ..' visit to C. W. Schmld's: Commercial: Mr. F. Chapma"hyof Delree spent I the Town Council did not meet o'f M. E. Gruber's stores on

r :of the Democratic n Primary Election!: H ld'La.st Tuesday tel in the early hours of Wednesday Tuesday at the; Beach.: fast Tuesday evening. Clematis avenue

$ morning. M>. J. Don C, Morris of the Bond & i The "Iron Age" garden tools are ,The Miller Grocery Co. on ,Tuesday .'
r KlngrTlotet Unanimously ,Sustained. Hon.'R. Hudson- Two gentlemen from Delray put up at Bond Lumber Company, Is in Miami money! savers because they save time. moved into/tbitfnewquarters in the I

Burr J.ea.dsTn ,Race for R. R Commissioner.. the Commercial,retiring early, and bothin today on business. See Hatcbett's' : Ad.' for further good Arcade in the Masonic Block. :{

,' the sam! rooal. Nothing .amiss wad ;Mr. James McComb, Jr., of Delray, points. The very best of coffee apple ba'tter. ':"

noticed till ;morning; when on awaking, has returned from an extended business The label on your paper shows you to sweet potatoes, clam chowder New Orleans .

'On Tuesday ,the Democrats of the |I' The returns from: the State came: in one of,the guests discovered that his trip to Jacksonville- spent part of what date your subscription is paid. uiolnsses, rock candy, syrup .. ,\\1

State of Florida: had the opportunity ef.expressing slowly, the ,Western, Union Telegraph trousers were missing.{ On further.investigation this week lu town. The Tropical Sun would be glad to have northern pickled pork, lima beans miotauc'i.

their will as to who! they Company Issuing special bulletins he found that his friend's v
'want as their representatives in the I throughout the 'day The full returns bad also, disappeared. This discovery party to a number of young friends lust Captain Holmes Is to entertain 'the ler and pilot bread. ,Call and see us. "H

State and County offices.: for tb..-county": .and for the State appearin gave cause for serious alarm for in the ."enlol(. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cook charming young ladies of Lea Fees de Co-operative Store, opposite school .. '
The Primary election passed off quietly this issue of the Tropical Sun. pockets of one there: had been l left $3 In were the chaperone. l'Mguilleand their gentlemen friends house. )

.In West: Palm Beach the opposing fact. RACE;: FOR: THEf LEGISLATURE.: cash and- a gold watch, while in the at a moonlight sail on Lake Worth this Construction work oil the addition to :
Mrs, J. F. Jtloflnmu. returned Friday
1 II'' ions, however, workingtooth ftud nail The contest In Dadecounty; : for the pockets of the other was over $aw .In evening after a pleasant visit of i evening. the new Jefferson Block is being pushed ,\
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for,the succesj: of their respective-candidates. Florida l.t'glslatorebetw, ,n Graham W< bills. On opening' the door lato"hl' .I two months' dUT"UoD. with friends and I This week J. B. McGinley & Co. is rapidly as possible this week and it

+ The weather was Ideal for an :King and:A. A. Boggs,}In summed up as hallway:they found the missing 'garments relatives in Kentucky and Indiana. furniture dealers, have-,added a new Is hoped l bv the members of the maul- .\,

election day,V> that no one had .n excuse follcpvs, on the floor. There were -two line to their business, having opened' up ..hers. of the Utopia Club that their club :1

W1 to stay away from the polls oh tbat King DORK long./aces 8>9-.tbe visitors as they ktoop. 'Mr. D. McCullough of Umatilla Fla. a large shipment ofctockery. both fancy i cam which will be located In this portion ,u.

score.: The voting took ,place in the! JUIamt; *, 177 100 ed down, expecting to find the pockets baa become a resident of''West Palm and plain. The Tropical SUB will have { of the, block, will be ,ready< for oc- 1

l )labile'' library'Dreading room, the in* --"Jllplter.: aa 12 emptied of their contents, but to the joy Beach, having arrived Friday night. more to any about through its advertising :upancy by.the first of October.

ctora in charge: being Messrs. John Cocoa nut Grove.,; *"r< :49 '58 of the 1160 man he found his money intact He, will engage in carpenter work here. columns: next week. Next Wednesday evening,, the Board tit

.; Beach and Joel A. D aD. All day Cutler,' '. \ ao :a8 while, the other gentleman.. minus 'Mra. Guy I. Metcalf and children: retained The Peninsular Electric Construction of Train will hold a regular meeting

i 0 in? a crowd hungaroUnd; the polling Ojus, "* 35:' IIHypoluxif only the $3. Monday morning after a pleasant Company who wired The Bungalow, lad It 1s ,fery important "that ,there
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+ '' booth" discussing the situation and the .,.Lemon City.. .. ._.,*'"*.."',<"'I- -,...-,.53.",' ."*.J3 r Itia!. PPOse +.t probable outcome ol the contest": 'Deptfty" $taano'' ,12 alarmed<1 while perpetrating his nefarious Mr*. Frank a at Fort electric lighting also,! has a contract for as Ex-Mayor Whilldin's suggestion ,

Sheriff..P. Gore was- the representative ; .' .,i< ,':. ,' ..13.f.. ._:: 24 act, and thinking ,discretion the better Lau erdale ,be ,bungalow 'recently purchased bj In reference to the building of a

of the State authority\ for the 'Delray., : I',' .' -. a* .. 13 part of Valor, decamped with ail speed!!, Mr Yates Scruggs left town Thursday !". C. Chadbourneof Chicago, adjoiulnu $as.ooo hotel will be reported on by the

preservation of order, but' fortunately Pompano k '19"' 14 leaving the watch and taking-nothing! morning for !his home in Valdosta Ga. M?. Hauler's hauie< on the hake: Front. Public Buildings Committee nud discussion .:"

his services, were' not required as a Port Lauderdale,_ at 7 but the small -amount mentioned. Mr. Scruggs 'has been employed on the Aid and action will follow. 1
,. The Ladles' Society of( the Congregational -
peacemaker'. Vfeat Pal,!, ,:\\Jeactlf"''''' a427x ". ... new trudge across the Lake and on account
Church met..,last Friday In a letter received this week by Mr. '
Aa extra polling booth "...placee! of ill health has been compelled: 1
1' Poultry Wire Netting afternoon at the house of Mrs Boyer W. I. Metcalf from Ex-Mayor WllmonWhllldin
,t under the trees at the approach to the 623 384 11 rttuYtt home. /
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.. clinton A large number were present. Tea was he writes thai heir enjoying
We are selling the genuine
wbarf-and to the official ''poll.ing ? and
close:
city LAKEWORTH PRECINCT: Mr. Mrs. W* I. Metcalf left town
and a was read showingthe the cool summer breezes of Yarmouth
poultry wire netting a inch mesh at a served report:
-recorded thevote's
booth. Here were ,
.6 The vote as recorded here for the everal low price, "ist to advertise our- Wednesday morning for a holiday jaunt Society to be in an excellent: financ Nova Scotia, where it is cold enough \
+t for'membera of the Democratic Candidates was as follows : selves.very WrVHjkfo'r prices. la the north. They will be away about fat condition. These meetings keep up for fires In the hotel where he is staying. ,I
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!i otanty Executive Committee the 'United States Senator-S. R, Mallory EAST COAST \fitJMlWR AND- SUPPLY CO. two months and will visit points In the well in spite of the hot weather. lIe adds that he is enjoying) the hospitality .
II. B. ,
district Judge
nee In. t-Is being Carolines,.VirginiaPut-in-Baypn; Lake
ll, ve .. .53- juli8-jc.. Eau Gallic Fla, Airs. M. C. Madison entertained last of the old-time English folks "
:, .Qfrt Saunders"v Congressman-Robert W. Davis 258 Erie Buffalo and Niagara Falls. '
-, >l1l. :' .. ; Friday evening in honor of the de- of that place a people that call themselves \
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.... After suaset the polls were declared Justice of the Supreme Court:" W. ,A.Hocjter e. Nr.You ". ,
who has
Mr. A.T. Pierce: been em parture tor the north of ber niece Miss' "the salt of the earth. ,4
closed and the onerous duty of counting (name not ballot. ), J. B. Wall, Know What You Are Taking ployed a...the private secretary for lion.
: .the balloti :was then proceeded -with. Margaret Haas. The evening was very Last Saturday, Mr. Ar-W. Garnett of Ji"
}; 164. :When take Grove's Tasteless R. Hudson Burr for the two
.l yon past spent in music and ,
enjoyably gamesand a member of the
in the count It became apparent Hypoluxo\ County
Early Secretary State H. Crawford formula is
Clay Chill Tonic because the months, left Monday morning for Val
also
in
,. dancing was indulged on
f School Board visited West Palm Beach
Lake Worth precinct: was I
2.7 11 ,that soar as 230. plainly printed on bottle: showingthat Ca.1 where he will take
every dosta ; a position the broad veranda ,oftbe Park Cot
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winner for the of looking the
W. over
purpose
King a
'i concerned Graham was Comptroller Israel J. McCall
157 ; '
it is simply iron and quinine in a with McGee: Bros, of that place
i refreshments +
Dainty were served l
h in the contest for the Legislature Alonzo Croons; tage. school property with a view to the
75. tasteless,! form. No cure No,pay. 50 ct,. manufacturers: of crates: and boxes. and at late the hour the guests departed, j
1r )b! It was not until some time after eleven Railroad Commissioners-Henry E, building of the proposed addition to
e. Mr., and Mrs. T. T. Reese of the Mrs. Madison and Miss Haas
wiihjng! the school. While the have
ballots counted plans not
r o'clock that the were Day 197. ; J. N. Whither 155 ; R. Hudson '
{Lti ., and an ,official': : announcement: made.It Burr U3 ; Jefferson B. Browne, 36 ; WILLIA1fARKER\ Beach Club left on Wednesday mornlng' a north.safe journey and a pleasant visit yet been prepared, it Is almost certain .f

was then! seen that West Palm Beach John O. Ward J2. .; IS HELD FOR TRIAL ., express for an extended tour that the new wing will be located to
had given 'Graham W. King 242 votes County Representatiye-Graham: W. through the North. They will spend On Tuesday Wednesday and Thurs the southwest of the present main
e" some time in the Tennessee mountains, day of this week, the ladies of the W., building.* This will do with the
and A. A,. B gg* T votes, a majority King,sox [ A. A. Bog-gs, 72.Treasurer Judas Saunders Held the pr.Qnep,; Under away
of and Mr. Reese will also visit Chicago C. T.; U. of 'West Palm Beach* had necessity of encroaching on the playground
the former C. Raulerson
fpr << 170. H. 241. the Action
a 9260 Bond 'to Await and New York They will return about charge of the furniture store of J. B. aud will also the
,_, M. J, Yarborough made a strong racefor Tax: Collector_Thomas J., Hardce, of the Grand Jury. : prove most
first of & Co. A of the
December I
"the County Commissionership from .36 ; J, Powell.. 54. I the McGinley percentage economical.

from the second: district, polling its Tax Assessor--R.: M. Smijh! 139 ; Tropical last week told of Mrs. W. H. H. Gleason and little sales made 'during these three days is Mr. j, F.,Alldis. of DeLand has been ;

votes ..gol st 179 for George W. Lain.tuns. George S; Adams 142. the_ The arrest at Jacksonville Sun a colored SOU who have, been visiting Mrs. to go towards Will,the fund for equipping spending: a few days l in town, the' guestof '

County Commissioner,. tat District P.. man named William Parker accusedby : Gleason's brother P. K. Lansing left the "Good Cottage. This'verylaudable Mr. and Mrs, W. H. DaCamara, Lake

The friends, of George S. Adams must C. Alcher, 173 ; Benjamin J. Parks. 63. Gus a resident of the Wet for their home at Baa Gallic Tuesday object .appealed strongly to Worth.. He is here in the Interest of
Bell) with result that the
the the
k havjp hustled ,Tuesday, for they succeeded County Commissioner'end District End: in this town, of robbing hinT of morning. .Mrs. Gleason bas made many public Stetson University DeLand and, will ,
in rolling up* majority of three George W. Lalnbart 179 ; M..'j j.; Var- 185.00. Sheriff Frobock went to Jacksonville :. friend 'during her short stay who young ladies who presided behind the leave tor Miami Saturday evening. He l'
for their favorite against g:;; M. Smith borough Ji8.' Saturday and brought Parker hope to have, her make another visit counters: did a very successful: business.A speaks enthusiastically of the splendid "M

-The'votes' stood J4xto-I39though'in County Commie loner. 3rd District back here for trial on 'Sunday., Judge soon meeting of the Connty ,Democratic: progress being made in the University

fi the ,total ,:vote through,:the': county, R*E,. McDonald: 1 66 ; John W. Mulll-- !Saunders! heard the case on Wednesday Mr. 'Wilbur Yarborougb returned to Executive Commiti.ee was held at Miami And says that the new School of Technology .,I

.Smith's majority over Adams'' is given kin, 83. afternoon. Parker... defended by R. his home. here last Monday evening yesterday, when an.official report of now being built will be, one of .,
*i8. ;County Commissioner, 4th District- the prlmarlea'was received.: On account tire. most Important features the Uni,
South
front business trip through
a
.. Daniel Jacksonville
B. a attorney _
One (feature l Inconnecti0n, \ ; with the of the omission from the ballotof work. This Is
John Sewell, 180;.W.J. Gautier,. 74. versity's building being
Judge Saunders considered the evidence ,Carolina! lasting nearly two/ months
vote.on Tuesday promise further' ,de County Comml looer, sth District indeed to the name of Judge Hocker for the I erected: and equipped at a cost of over J
of sufficient Importance to Warrant him His Jrl s.were very glad
N velopments. ..For some unaccountablereason S. A., Belcher! I6a j D. c; Brown; 6j. In comittlng Parker for trial and he ,welcome[ .. him home and, wet r also Supreme Court it was decided to strike : $60,000.When finished which will, it
( the name of Hon-Judge W, A, County School Board B. B. King that out the vote for' Judge Wall. A resolution ; is hoped be done in time for the open.
will before' the grand jury in pleased to note he ha been great a
Socket for Justice of.the Supreme,Court appear ; was passed addressed to Governor lug of the fall term lu October, It will
:306 ;J. C.'Harris, :325 ;, W. M. Burdine the Circuit Court of Miami early In ly benefitted by bis sojourn In the Car -
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of Florida. did not appear on the ballot 189. Jennings, asking him to appoint W. E. provide the means of a thorough technical -
the name of bi..oppooeDJoscph B > December.The linaa Norton supervisor of registration, as education for men that will
Justice of the Peace-H,).'Branning, young
prisoner was banded over to Madison and her niece
: MrsM. C. ,
_ Wall alone being printed. w.n received aoo, her was elected two years ago and has fit then for successful careers as surveyors
Sheriff Jones'and'later on was Haas, left 'Monday -
Deputy Miss Margaret morning -
i&4 votes.It Member"County Executive: Commit never yet been appointed. electricians, etc.
released after furnishing; a bond for for Charleston W. Va., where they
Graham
was kites mldnlgh*before Mr. ten 1t.,Sounderin.. The farewell political meeting" of the The ladles. of Lea Fees de I'Aigaille
% wilts -Ialt relatives Before returning
W. King's friends- were assured of a50. Primary campaign just closed,was held several been t
for weeks '
ELECTION NOTES. BREAKING. have past rehearsing
r- HELD FOR CHOUSE home.Mr.. Madison will tnake-a business
victory la. the county,and then there'wal by the' supporters of Graham W. King for the presentation of "The
Now, boy.) paryoor> beta. Ohio and 'and
Indiana
Saunders bad another case trip through
and
outbreak" Judge .
great Considerable .surprise was evinced in the city park last Monday evening. Deestrlck ,Skule of Fiftv Years Ago'
: the of hisworkers. before him on Wednesday, a negro Mica' Haaa will attend the Spartan bur .
congratulation$ on ] part Speaking- was done from the bandstand which the to be able to
hope present
o when I 11 became known that a total of named Charles Casey. appearing; before S. C...Conservatory of Music during; thecomlnll' )
three'nnndred and thirty ballot hud ; and and large audience listened attentively about the first week in August. The
: oi fall winter.
; him the of house-bieaklog.
(QI"'UOD1l charge
vote
The magnlScient polled ; been cast in Lake Worth( precinct { to all-.that was said.There were a store of Anthony Brother., In the new
: Hudson Burr was ,a surprise to the This beats Miami The charge waa'made by J. I. Nelson a H..;. A. J..pavis of Tampa who has great many ladies present.. Mr. GVG.; Jefferson block will be utilized a* a theatre

friends of that genUeman'snd.; .went a colored resident pf tbe West Eud. The been spending; the last two weeks with Currie acted aa chairman and filled thatposition and a temporary stage with ,the

long wny.,,,towards giving him such Several; new hats have made their! appearance Judge held Casey.overto await the Daughter Mrs. Brigjzs of Datura yery acceptably The two necessary curtains, scenery, etc., will be

splendid support in pads Coaaty',for lnceT: esday. action: of the' Grand Jury under a Street, left former !borne"on Monday.She speakers announced were Judge A. J. prepared. The proceeds of the play

the position[ of Railroad Co unlellioD r. Some rather harsh things were! I said of f:200 oo bond. was accompanied by her daughter, Lewis and Mr. C. C. Cbillingworth. will be devoted to the funds:improve
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.', hRAlIAM,1V. KJNO IN TOWN. themes who was allowed 'to explode Mil-May, one Of West Palm ;Beach's Both these gentlemen delivered very manta at Good Will Cottage and to- theLadles'

The snccesssul 'candidate: ,'Mr': :' Grah. those. dynamite _cartridges. Tuesday: : The Pea" Prescription: for Malaria charming young ladles, who hat been able addresses" on behalf of: Mr. King Cemetery Improvement ftssocia-

am. W.. King, came up from the south night Chills and Fever !Is a bottle Grove's resident here for 'more than a, yen, and his cause: < add went l into the political Ion;. Aside from the very laudable ob-

'Wednesday morning's es: re.. and And the small boy remarked, "Go Tasteless Chill Tonic; Ik I la simply iron Miss', Davis will next fall continue het situation in detail dealing fully jects for which this entertainment 1 Ie be q

received: the hearty congratulations of sway back,and sit down," v and quinine la'a tasteless form.* No. musical studies In one of Tampa's best with the Issue of the campaign. At log arranged there will! be .keen aox.: '

Me West Palm Beach: friends ,. The defeated faction !have considers: cure No p.]'.- Price 30 cents.KRIPPENDORF'S erVatorie_ tier many young friends the urgent request of the audlejice, Mr.J lely on the part of the people;'of West !

porters lie was nator.lly great bl. satisfaction: in the magnificent Success sw. ..--- hi this.. city while regretting; .sincerely: M, Owens mounted the platform and Palm Beach to see the young ladies 1 In, fi t

g pleued at the Outcome of confident the contest all, of Hon; R.' Hudson Burr lu the race LADIES SHOESat her. departore. win wish her every delivered a brief. address which was imateur, theatrlcals,antl crowded house'

4 and said victory.be had been far Railroad Commissioner? ANTHONY Bmos possible success. receivedtwlth great enthusiasm u. assured la advance..,
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THE TROPICAL SUN?, The Democratic voters of Dade of business. The State should con- .IRON AGE '

duct Its affairs the same prlnclpte. FARM PRODUCTS
PloneerPaperoIDade Conntrt_ Florid upon
q1 declared that Ore bam I
county have 'an ht i iS
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.-Leosburff Commercial. .. ASv on & you < :
TKOP1CAL SUN POBLtSUIHQ COMPANY W. King shall ropiTiwnt' them' in the .. ''';'h'. Some Interesting -Stats Agricultural : sore ills AhuKIOHC' ,

p HARRY L, BROWN, MANAGER .,. Florida Legislature.' .. They ImveaW; ..:.JJj is*'reported. by the.Meter'ol'' \ Statistics. Ion. the i We would be gU l
,rI the entr I '/ .' to gho w you the ,
endorsed ptbphatically! ( : ride and Fisheries of Newfoundland 1900.>> ,
I FUBLIIHIB SVaitV PKIOAV : Year. : AGE"
it !I AT WS.ST PALM aiAOM.OADt., COUNTY,,l''OIlIDA. King ticket, and have, re- lecteiJ'the l that;;th'o dam' ge.from tfiaravffges -- : "IRON

V 'r YeAL, ,. present. Board' of County CoinnSusiouers s' !; 'of the recent storrnTo,' tho'"flab- The .Tallubasiee, Daily, .pltal alv'ts' ? Wheel '

i, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. S2.00 A without a break) 'in the ing; interests along" the >coast,will ,,some interesting\! figure tn erence to t.", Cultivators! ,
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1 Entered mi the Poilofflo* of West Palm Beach reach $500,0() <(JO( ,' "' Florida( farm products for too.The and otlkei' '* tiou Age Ivs
u econd!c4oa l matter. ,runks. '
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; list la ,as .... Too t.
? F HID AY. JtJLT 1H, 1002. In the face of theefe facts it woof; ABOUT ", Avecacto" Pllarn..rrels"..: 182, value _. -, ",'; _
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be silly to ignore the public $872.

Now that the primaries are over, opinion; "Look at'the result as you FLORIDA'S. STATE FAIR Guava -Crntes. 7,09,,, value $3,96'- '.. PriceWay. Down: .. Qualitf--Way Up .
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matter to : V Cocoanute-Treell. 1,500 nutsa.oooj. ,:-t. ,. .' .... -.... ....... '. _
1; i the next Important command will, either fn the light f.{of, party fan What Attention and Aoeominudatlons value |3..,, L '

rt;;, the public attention will\ be' he. '.independentdiew"poiutandtherols '. Will be Oflfersd to th- Visitors 4g'Lsk. Pecans-Tree 9,809.! bushels. 3t&i; H'A'TC'HUVTT' Wholesale 0 n l l

'' Miami Jubilee. i .r',, ;ow.. In. November.. *., Retailer "'i '
City 13,627. l
value ; :
V, r 1 _- ] I but one coo / Strawberries-Acres, 1,494, quarts '...",! c". _, _._ P :E

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i' Fla. value $34
Dade Democrats should now .aCr/ LA KB Cltv July IS .1903. 1,972,803,' .293.

tlv cept Graham W. King aa the unanxnous the people generally recogitlzu that Editor THOl'lOAt.Sun. Pears-Trees-3t,299. barrels 36,252,: ,, 7JtIP11PttP1111tP11P11P11PtPP11PIIPi1PtIP1tPI1P11P: ;" "" ,;" " " " ,,,PiIt11P11P1111tP11P111PG," " " : !. '

j, choice of the party for the the prosperity of this Taut Coast of Will:you; kindly announce through'tin value $51.921.Peacpes.Trees "

3i Legislature; ,and do all that k1 them ,Florida .is duo in a. very large l degree columns of 'your journal the fact that 175,314 barrels' i. S,-. :H" The :Latest' 'Creation 1
start fair 085 value $53,891- .. ,
the committee of the : ,1'880'
,
to Talla-
lies to that he ia sent
,'y, see to tho'FlortJl1.. East Coast Railway elation; to whom was 'left ,the sefettioi Grapes-Pounds, :fo$6.6oS, value 147- .1t:= ...
.
T hussee.: Interests and the welfare selected ,' I:=:: .. .._----a--:. .a
and its allied of site for this1,year's- fair, has 307. s .. .. ,rvt...lvr... : vw.r
,, Callous of wine 29,428, value,"fair- =
Of the moot 'plac =
Florida wants an Aladdin to buildup Dade county can best! be conserved Lake City aa appropriate !

:. I ? the West Cou tthe same. as the by'unity' and faithful odherence for the purpose. Propositions from two 148. o8& 1350 = -
(, other towns/ were received and carefully; Figs-Bushels, 699, value $(, ; PATTERNS .3501For ,
.,
\\1, i.: East Covet has -been built up. Wet to those principles that mat considered, but the advantages' .Laic Horsee-Number. 45ara: 'value. t*>- --...-,. -. ., '
t'; want railroad skirting the West 454.467. "::::t:
t for advancement; principles that are City, together with the financial support '
51 1I,,,1 !If Coast from Penaacola to Boca offered made that place the most desirable Mules-Number... ,"'"13.796, value.$984- Suits and Trousers
for greatest good to thagreutesnumber. 1 *
;' I i Graiide.. -Ocala Banner. Abe location and determined its selec 275. ,
.. I tlav e Just Arrived -
.: ? ,
4 value ,
i I"ft tion. x" Asses-Number, 134, 13,189Stock

y 1 ;. The Democracy of Alabama. Is now The Tropical Sun believes that Adequate and beautiful ground cattle:.-Number, 514,469 value :r:: ---. -' --,. -. ,------.....-- :
'
.
I', :: in line, and after a bitter factional there ia a brilliant future before West equipped with race aourse grand stand $3.355.29 ..
'" and buildings will ,be provided'Tli* ShepNntnber 93.972, value f 160 '
J N fight, the ancient custom of nomino :g Feather Weight
.' .Palm Beach and' Miami. Now that will be reached by abundant 883. m
14"!i I grounds
A ;" ting; :state officers by convention bus over let all citizensact ( ,Goats-Number, 24,79), value 116.461.
the primaries are railroad .cl\ie\ l; being directly on the ill Negligee Shirts '
elec-tion I in such a manner as 'to bring;' line of the, G..'S. & Fl'. R. Ru and cou,. Hoga:-Number, 355,395! value 637,- xS ,

venlent to the S. A. L. and Plant System 364. ', For"Hot Weather/" Wear
t convention system is the direst" .n!\: about harmony aa between man and tracks for the accommodation of Chickens: -Number, 8.859, value $3,- ,.::: (,'f'1_ w =C.'

,;. suit of the State's new constitution, man, for unity of_purpose and of action passengetg and transfer of freight. Paw 927. == -----------,-- ':. I '.

1 which eliminates the negro vote. Is the best guarantee of sue 1 engera and exhibits( will be put down Geese! Number.. :21,707 value 133.- ,, =_= To keep cool,, these hoi July,tltiys is to.wear_/ the lilahrr, ; I" r,+

e directly on the fair grounds.. Water 116 \ == est weight. apparel-that. is why we"suggest !thea'Feather ; "
0. V cess. and electric lights will\ be furnished. v Eggs-Number of dozen, 2,635,234: Weight' Negligee Shirts made from'tbd 118l t..
:) John U. Burke, of New York, bas :: ,
The completion of a >commodioushotel value '394.583.Milch est! weight f>os ible,' I&4.ra] { And reread. : ,
for the establish :x .
$4,000,000
given AFTER THE BATTLE. Number, 39,045, value< '"
in Lake and the running 01 cows-.
City :
i ::::: There la n'l occasion"to besurprtefeti.at the excel
.
I q. went of a home for 'convalescents The campaign for the prim ay i Is' frequent trains to White Springs only; 1522.247. E lent qualities we give at $1 and: $1.25. "
_
? r and all the newspapers can find tq It marked degree obitterness twelve miles distant assure abundant ac Milk-Gallons, 3,592,482 value 857,. -
over. was by a E Ask tu see our 75 :cant Shirts ;;::::
";, of him Is that be is a plain wan comtnodatlon for all visitors. The date 966. :
d say that was unpleasant and 5=: _________________ ___ ..aS.
qFi w of business," who wants to do goo! certainly noti in the best interests of of the fair will be November :ir" 12, 14 Butter-Pounds, 635,014, value ,150! ,' '

'" for his fellow-men. He has never be+ As rule the and 14. directly following the Georgiastate 493Cheese SGHNEIDl4N, '
the community. a men S. [ ;
'h which d -Founds, 7,59f valuer,1MODS ; 94.
1 i'l' .4 .. lore done anything to call him inhf who asked tbe voters of Dade Counlyfor fair at Valdosta, assures i ,
1 number of attractions not other -Tons, 455 value!_'i4,7oo. { t
a' 3, public notice. Such giving by such d their confidence are gentlemen large g: Men's Outfitter ==

''k' ; tY ; ---' man counts for some'thlnj1-Cleve-j; in every sense of the Word, gentlemen wise Larger available.premlums-and purses will be S N -' ,Merchant.... Tailor Gruber Block,, West Palm Beach 3.. J s,

; land Leader. I with clean records, but much! offered than last year, and "energetic:. New Dredge Arrives -fJ J111111111111N111111iI1U111111NI111t11U/UIIUIIIIIlIUI1JIUI i I( ', I I '-
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''J I' has been said that had far better work in preparing for a great fair will' ,After referring to the arrival of the / IL ILISt .:

( }??; The question is again brought tc been left unsaid,.ell of a more or ,,1 be immediately. begun. Premium lists new dredge: Winbee at St. Augustine. .
it u the attention of:the maritime na i the Record of that rity, : -"
less J personal; nature. It may be will be issued about July I5tb. says .
u //1, tiona of changing; helm orders from that malice was not at the bottomof County organizations and boards olcommissioners "The dredge hails from tteaufort and i

1'\ port and starboard to right and lefty the unpleasantness; let it be sal are requested to take is the property of the East Coast Canal \ ,

The question has born agitated; for that that the strife'was rathar the official exhibits, Private exhibitors: are Company, which will begin work* at llUUq tDT'S weal" Palm, 'DII..ch.. ..rulyHO I / at
s some years, and there is no doubt! urged to begin preparation'and' selection once inv connecting the Halifax bpd -

both the United States and Great! result of political l .excitement caused of E seasonable exhibits without delay. :Matanzas Rivers...At high 'tide the IT yOU' ARE GOING ON A .
by the madness of a ,factional fight.row I towed into by the Al- t
dredge was port
STOCKBRIDGB.
ii H. E.
.
i ,Britain will soon make tbe change "i
C l lot all true Democrats shake ____---L. f fiance( while the Three Friends turned PICNIC, FISHING, HUNTING
.l 'We think it would be a wise one to: t
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hands and resolve to stand together Canal. about and steamed! back to. Wayport,
+ and left Tor it would The East Coast OR CAMPING PARTY
to
change fight ,
; ,
be
and work for the beef-lntere8ts of where a second! dredge/ waiting to '
prevent many accidents.-New York' West Palm Beach and Dade'County.; "Unless. all signs fail and things are towed to Mosquito Inlet to" begin the Ours ia the-'store' that can stock your Hamper' withGood "*"

Fishing Gazette. not what they seem before the lat of work at the Halifax River end of the
__ text January there la an excellent prospect -, cut. ; Things to ,Eat #. -

i t IlayorTomJohnsonof Cleveland, In a clever book called "Tomorrow of the completion of the East Coast This dredge will be l in charge of Capt. Boneless Chicken.Boned Turkey' /
canal between 'the.Matanzaa and Hi-) -'' Lunch Tongues Slioctl) Dried Beef,' .
an English writer has
that
t r \ became angry when be learned pre- James Hinton and will at once proceed .
.
fax Rivers. The canal have Vienna Sausage Ctr vein t ynusoKaPuttiHl : \
t sented the ideal of the fu- company river far the
his associates In the Cleveland cityx possible up the as as djvidings
Potted Ham Chicken, f
,
of ,
secured capable one
'' two dredges, '
"
x the board oft ture "garden city.? To his mind where it will dredge out a channel JluBsian Ca.vlar'. "'
; governmentVknown as which is. in this, harbor al J' will .lie Chit'ken TuninliesUflnk
.
I!r q control, had all accepted free ticketsto such a city would be arranged in ready to begin work on ,Monday motn- I which will open the river for navigation HuRar.Cured llama Jinked Beans
concentric The outer circumference to Maianzas. Then it will make Clan Chowder Cronni,Clieese
\ the Buffalo Bill show. "I think rings. log The other, paused this port last' .
other cut in the South Mataotaa Strawberry'Jam Currant
a
.
Jelly
lined -
be the railroad
: that's pretty small business; might] would It. to Inlet and -
light: on way Mosquito near Summer Hav tf. From thence-U. DeliciouH,Cooklea Sweet Tickles
for lot of fellows like with factories. Within there wouldbe In few will be -readiness ''to .
cheap n you a days the everything
where
: wilt proceed to the point In fact to make your outing a delightful auccee. "
',1: he told the board on. Monday. The concentric belts of parks, houses, begin the work of excavating at the main dredging is.to done. The'dredge { 1>,t6

: unfortunate advance agent who went churches schools and "shops., At the other end of the cut. i has a capacity of 1,500 cubic yards'perlay [- L. w.BUBKHARDT: Finest GroceriesIt : '
offered centre there would a beautiful Thejtnportaoce to St. Augustine of
into the Mayor's office and garden ; and will. be_ kept continually at
f 1 him tickets was ordered out by the with the public buildings: that being the! terminus.of,an inland waterway work until It meets the other dredge ivill l",pay?,you to purchase our G'oul.oro'Bnolcsr

,;,,i :,;it.1 Mayor with some violence of'speech. served the whole city. Many public extending for hundreds of miles and opens up an uninterrupted waterway < r
down the coast cannot tail to 'be .
,
: very
,1 -Hartford Tribune conferences have been held In Eog-!; from St. Augustine to Lake Worth;
'
.1; ,fc: .. and concerning l ideal city construc- great. The name of the dredge is the \Vimbee "
'I' 'r..; This city will be the outfitting port and .
and It had a rough exciting passage
tion.
',f I From all indications the housewife of hundreds of small craft, yachts' from Mayport It left Mayport Ijq You Want a .0 ,

-- .t l 1 {'\' will have to pay a high price'for launches and sail boats which will enter it I o'clock and, w as nine "hours en --- smE'A'MBO /T
for' ff have them to Belt,and !If wa hove J '
What an amusing situation would here and 'their stores it *
: (
in the future. A procure '
I
her brooms ,
rt : near route. The sea was so heavy that sew Done onhaadtomltR.canbuild k, 'r
a 1 careful summary of the reports from be produced, if, as the culminationof delightful Kru'se! along/// the coast/ and eral Chain were broken.. Mr. George F. S 1: dart wont! you want. I 'a'

r; I 'I i the broomcorn, districts'of Illinois, bis scheme to suppress competition many! of which ,will doubtless, lay !up Miles, general manager: .of this line, We are'nlsb'' Prrpaied '
I here during the summer season. '
k,:, 1 F -- :Missouri, Oklahoma and Kansas on the sea, Mr. Morgan should Aside from this, the digging of the was a passenger on board. and Captain\ To. Fnrnish_... ....m.._?__.__ ._ ... .... L
in live to see a couple; ofi.Ws cruisers en- B. C., l1elt piloted the,vessels over the "
: ; shows that the acreage planted : cannot fail factor in drara-/ -1 I
canal to be
V 1 f'fr' : a
t gage I in battle In o.f; l-9Cean under bar. The Hustler will tow tHe Wimbee Outfits for
f" :;;;' broomcorn is fully 30 per cent short : lug an Immense section of fertile lands "' Pumping Irrigation. .. ,
Iw
the
down
; the flags.. To make the .rlver.
'r opposing
I' of .the/year. 1000. T:1e.-!: shortage of 'I In this county;which.-will: add largely: to .. .. Write or call on us tot Anytbieg ia r
: ;'} : 111l crop has resulted in an advance<< !humor tbe circumstance completeboth be; cultivated lands along it*' line Our Line that you need. tJ1.

i I fr ':'I .:'.,&j. ; r' of :$10 to f 20 a ton in the price, and of them should go to the bottom There are thousands'of ,acres of rich Accident to the llllnoi. ]Merrill-Stevens) Co.

'' I '; .". '' further advances expected. The : ,their bands playing The Star lands which will be'drained and put? into -I Christianla, Norway' ,.,July 14.-Owing, Engineering ,

( ? a '" price of broomcorn has advanced the Spangled Banner and Britannia condition for raising crops, of vega to faulty steering 'gear, the United '. JACKSONVILLE FLA:" '

I: ( 1.ul price of brooms, and within the next In chorus. But however the catastrophe tables ,and fruits' C-St. Augustine. States belt ship Illinois Admiral ,

i week or two a meeting of the National might affect others,Mr. Morgan Record. .. *.' Crowninsbield's flagship which has arrived i.,4:> / jr" vvla ,Jacksonville,Marine Railways
," '' -- I ..
the United -
Broom Manufacturers' Aauoci would stand to come' out of it here with: States:
How the Newspaper Figures. and Albany struck tb. ".. ..
for"the two countries would cruisers Chicago / I : -"!
\'t{,' :;.. .tion bow will be much held I In Chicago shall; advance to con- owe aU right him; ,the value of his ships, If f 10tb. In the coming:joint army and naval bottom of the harbor. The 'accident: ........I'............. ..._...-........:..............."..." ....' .. ,, .;.

f 11" eider they wil compel her to back to Englandand Furnished sate.< .i.so *>. o. .
I 1fil. .. meantime be had not been, con- m.neUTers" on the Atlantic' coast In go : Newly Throughout.. y. .
t' (.. M'ir: _'" the price of &brooms. vie.ted on both sides of the ocean" ol September, Secretary Moody contem- be placed ia dry dock,there? .. 0 .p..UI *.te. by tussle ow Meiztta" :

1,1',' .l'\\.,::' lending aid and comfort to the ene- plates'' throwing the press 'correspondents -' Whilethe Illinois was atandingTn to : .,.THE.. -:
: ; : the constitution of the, of the their the the her '
4 I : By new aiijl twice sentenced to be hanged country upon own resources harbor leading squadron
Ii wr'. .:' State of Virginia, which goes into my meanwhile having both .:J.- steering: gear failed, and her helm Commercial :
traitor. Nortb : Hotel !
.,'; effect Thursday, there will be in the as a -Philadelphia radera and defender regard the news-' jammed bard to starboard with the ship / .
I .
.:"x ':!'\' place of the single Railroad Commissioner American. gathers[ a common "enemy" and endeavoring beaded straight for shore. Both I. ',1 ,.. I' ...... .... ..... ', .

"'j/,':, "it'' a Corporation Commission. I to mask ..the .movement of anchors were let go and her engines I : CLEMATIS A AVENUE NEAR JEPFERSOK'BtOck' 1 ,. i a

Tbe throughout the State : their force a* *nucb 4s....posslbl from were' backed promptly but' the port : ...

\ )Ili. This body ia to named be composed by the of tbree Governor a.( good papers many of them-have been ,her public; a* itf actual warfare. It. i la incbor chain' parted.: The ship struck : 'O. W. 'SCHMID,. Proprietor :- .: -"

i, I :, ,. members, to lot believed that under obstruction and. bole. x -
Secietsry an ; was punched : ',
t confirmed by the General discussing the ?u>>ject 9f what_ to do ,
and Mood,'. plan, there will be anything to ia' her bottom. Two small" compartments : Special Attention to : '
i Alt Rooms
.! Assembly. Tbe Commission Is given with the)large amount .of money, prevent news organizations from charter- filled with water; the crew were LIghted'

;, I' t.-iJ. power' toll: rates"Jor railroads, express :- about $800,000, that.the State will ,lng vessels of their own and keeping np piped to collision quarters, and thea'ertlght : Travelling, Men .,. With Gas :

41 telegraph and telephone com- realize from tha passage; by Congress with the fleets at: sea,the best way they doors were closed. The "

,ij panies. Tbe business of those interested of the Indian War claim measure. m.y. for this is what was done in the red of the squadron stood into the inner ... ,-.If Free Sample RoomTHE .. 1

IK placed practically under the After a careful consideration: of the late Spanish-American war. In the late harbor. The Illinois was eventuallybacked '
'
,; ((:(it supervision of this body. The only natter,.it strikes us that tbe best war the great press organizations: ;also off!and'anchored safely. : : '
tad correspondents aboard the .flagship! Rear-Admiral Crownlnshleld 'I
II +" appeal permitted from its decision thing to do with this amount of probably -
: of tile fleet. \ will shift his flag to the Chicago,
Is to apply It to the
money paymentof
Court ands
': dr,>5'. is to *be State Supreme TRAVELERS-
i ;' the debt of the State Secretary Moody points out that hisplan cud the remainder: the proposed
;: t. : then the latter body can only inquire public .
will be valuable in bringing to Baltic cruise be abandoned. r'
: may f "
t '
which have That would relieve an existing burden HEW; MANAGEM 2 -' -
i ; fnto the come .
? : questions light news "leaks" for which officer --rim ,.T .
.t before. Abe Commission for adjust and also relieve the State from who arc found responsible ,will 'be reprimanded MRS N. F. GARCIA Pro -

,' ment. The law forMJs every Mtate7: having to pay annually ,a large sum and in proving by actual: \ To Cur a Cold In On Pay P'r. Jacksonville; Fla. -, '

city or county official to 'accept free of f Interest- The safe, prudent bnsless test how"thoroughly the force. can Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- *. .

transportation or any other foam ofF man will always get rid of ex- elude the vigilant ,correspondents and :I lets. All druggists refund the money if Electric tights: Electric Bella, Baths Com !ieUStrrlc r r p 7!

,I d "deadheadisna' 'from*the corpora-, ting obligations, of any magnitude ; guard against the escape of secret Infor..I It: falls to cure. E. 'W. Grove' algnsv 'The Best $2.00 per day Hotel ,in FJ rida. '

; before expending money not! lation. x. nreTs on each box. at cent*.. Take car at the oataa DW sod yak Ib!Coo.tUl1I.to -"
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P r : TROPICALF'AUf; linjCJt: fi fLOtilDAj: FRIDAY., JULY' ,18, 190 8

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V 1 v !(Ir -, ..r.+ +rr+r.+ r n -,-._-,_._---_. _____ ,_r.-- I ------" -- r
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t .:. .: :: = ,, ,.i- THE Remind Our Friends and Patrons that Our
> C Y':) LHANCE. 11EALJ.LTGELE. We Would .

That of the CrnmpnukorIn R..oleltbe ;1

of the nnk..*l Kla<<. PRAISE FftOM, THE: PEN Qf ONE WH< )

", r'E"Mlft'[ a Victory This Year Rabid antUouth organ such AS..Qbe! APPRECIATED" THE GREAT LEADER. Great Clearing Sale of ,,

Oiobe-Democrat of this city: says/ 'thtfit.

Will Help l In 1904. Louis Republic are finding It extremely ;- Debar 'Tribute to the M.raary oi"'On. HARDWARE, AND FURNITURE ti'

difficult to make'-their ma--"oha
I newscolumns Who teed; 11U Fellow ,

F :E BEttJBtlOAHS>: : : "SPLIT WIDE OPEN conform to their editorial, utterances Peter ....It..aol.. On* 0.... Ambltlan. \ SWING =:'\.
IN FULL =
IS NOW -
on the Issue' raised by tlwOrumpacker P

resolution providing fo John Peter Attgeld bas ;joined Abrihaii not take advantage of such ,splendid bargains as we are now i
ptf osTltlm -Widely bl.spprondE.rr Why
an Investigation of the suffrage as exercised ) Lincoln In the realm of the inuiortnlflv .
I.t**.*t S*.rlflod to 1n recent southern, elections ; : offering our stores .
Bis): career was tempcBtuoiaiidJhi'rolo \
+ atreoath.n tarn T..* *..... CpoiWhlcfc "
H* The Globe cmGcrat'lI editorial contention PM.
:: l and the end trugta>? ausublluioIMThe GRtJBER

/ Republican Cmnaot Faei. Is that no UepuUlIenu deal&o.f1l1ln8t gods' roust have set t.be v E.
th. Coa." .
the representation of soutbern t/1111/ ,
'. ( stage for thi last earthly act of ,' i
1 The recent appointment of the Demo states is CQnceuloJ the Cruurpacket intrepid warrior, ,find most nobly"'dl

erotic congressional committee wltl resolution!. and that the talk of Republican \ thejai .AAL..&&&&&&&&&&&i &&&' &.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .
action along force bill lines to be he ((111 ,Uio fending rolo. Wlicu, Geo. S. Hacker & Son >
Mr ..Or legs of Georgia chairmen\: word of his Impassioned pled for lIIurtydleel :
based! ) on {he tosultit of the proposed w. HELM. W. BRO,1DWULL, M. D., Physician and "HuricronPliurinaclut
es rtmW; to public att n lon upon bill eloquent Ilpa,,thq clime '
Investigation Is sheet "bogy mas"talk. Realstered.. ,office In bra Store
:'t another
nance and the curtain fell upon I
came
.iW're r+ of the polltlca Yet It* news' dispatches: from '
l'I1ft\al&tn\ to be conducted thla fall. IiJiiJIcntes Washington distinctly show tbat tbe martyr lu the great drama of liuuiaiIty.

t ,,) that the Democratic part, Crumpacker resolution Is but tbe beginning John. Altgeld was born In the thro* COTTAGE CITY PHARMACY .

twill\ make a determined and Intelligent of a Republican crusade }
'
IIEI1\
4 of revolt. A thousand ;years of feuds ( & imoAmviu-L,
effort: capture the house of rcpresoutatives against the south, the Intent of whichIs Tbe fat
and to control legislation[ It to control or falsify election results tyranny were culminating 1 oprletor.
ful of 1848 had a violent tempo .
i, tbo lower branch'of the national leijlsInture ,\! 'In that oectlon. year ----
It rocked the erRdlo' of tbe babe.thr+nt
throughout the two years beginping Judge Crumpacker and his[ colleagues :
was destined to becomo the tribune..<6t
i March 4, 1003. In view of thlt "In sympathy; with the movement tile people: ." Dealers in Reliable Medicines and ChemicalsA

fact It becomes the duty ot all citizen* ," Tho Olobe's Washington news fallen never took
The leader
now ,
,
::Who are opposed to. the'repelling solid! auQpunces, will bo very much gratllled N
subordinateprinciple
backward step, never
''Of the Republican party to make ready to, accomplish an "exposition of tact. to policy, never sacrlUced'coivlctlon < MANUFACTURERS OP PULL LINK OF-, -
Roosevelt-R6ot through the investigation of the com
to overthrow the regime .

: \ in,congress/ and thereby to con mittee. They realize that the Information less he to was attain determined his end. lie and was he tea wi. Doors, Sash, Perfumes Rubber Goods,

pal the present federal administration which the committee can obtain
a Blinds Toilet Articles Cigars and
Incorruptible.John Mouldings: ,
Its when' made of official record as ,
a to,pause la autocratic: and arbitra may its the blgbeisenna
P. Altgeld was
4'ycourse of action. Intended. ,be of great service if further he darln -ANDBuilding and Stationery. Tobacco.
statesman was a
Inasmuch as the suited States senate action is desired next? session. It : a ; Material ----
and Intense orato,
,
leader I and a fiery
la ,overwhelmingly Republican, It la might also serve to advantage in the a-ll PALMS BLOCK:, NEST 1'ALM llEACfl.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT .
t
and lofty appeal.ln..plred
'clear tbat.In capturing the house the[ ,succeeding cobgress If necessity arises. who e eloquent CHARLESTON, S, C.

eti fall,|the Democrats would succeed only The first essential In the opinion!.of Ills the noblest multitude.and therefore greatci ta' Largest Factory South. *TTrYYTYYTTTYYTYYYYTTTTTYVCITY e

to radical Judge Crumpacker and his colleagues ,
preventing legislation
kj of -
official act Was1 the opening dungeo Send for Prices
throughout the latter half of Mr. Roosa- is to get the facts on record to show
doors to liberate Innocent victims of MEAT
;.velt's administration. So long as the the extent of southern disfranchise have MARKET
If the gods
,senate remains Republican, Democrats inent laws and to prove the Invalidity<< corporate tyranny. '
to do with politics, they ordained th AGENCY Florida and Western Meats dame and Eggs.
may not hope either to pass bills favor thereby" the title of southern repre- Poultry, r '
election of ;John P. Altgeld for tUla.li+
able to the people or to repeal.Icglsla- Bentath'eI to their seats"" comparable service to humanity. Mall Orders Receive Careful. Attention.

,tlon 1):1)).: )' s been wrung fromtbe Re- In other words, the Republicans' "If Through tbe..'rain of fire be walke CONTINENTAL .
by the Insolent demands necessity" arises"-which means If they Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH.
crme1 1 ; .
.,. with steady step to the hideous _baitile's ? ,,.,
: one and cabals.[ Under such see a chance-propose Invalidate the
4
nor faltered until 'ho
doors once
.. tunes the Democrats may only. result of' elections In the South so as to tve..walked forth His offlclt PLANT COMPANY
men.
cQ
Attempt unseat Democrats and seat Republicans
Expect to reslet successfully every "
ashes In the ordea
to
robes turned :
wad the Republican party ?at wilt Thefact Is clearly established .
**by
but, lot the flume of calumny to whlc MCGINLEY
00.n
j. &
.to strengthen Us already Intrenched po- that the Crumpacker resolution our hero bared his head Is even, noi Of Kittrell, N. o.

t .Jtloo.; In addition to this[ however, the lays the foundation Co.r this purpose. become the aureole of his fame .

,Democrats, should they win the con- The object of the resolution Is to trumpup
The robbers of the people, the straiglers -
,creastonal elections tllla' II. would enter some sort of excuse for this highhanded tirst-Class
STKAWIIEIUtY PLANTSO Strictly
huinanltj
which In effect means of liberty the foes of ; ; ..
I the presidential campaign of 1004 course
feared and hated him. The fawnlnsycophant's Tomato and Plant
bbEo Celery
and. with a'certftlrf that- Republican vongresu will puss
., with.no little prestige : of we ltb. the time servlnmercenaries'
moral force that the Republicans on the question of the validity of certain of poTr, slandered bin CARNATION PINKS House-Furnishings, -
state constitutions! an exercise of
.would be required to recognize and A Specialty.!
United to the United This was the measure of his greatuesi
reckon with authority; properly Draperies Window Shades
developments slnco States supreme court, and then proceed The few honest men who knew Job We handle Roaoii and Flowerlnjr plant+ for ,
In reflecting upon P. Altgeld loved him. lie was genuine : O. t. Tuber.Glen at, Mary. Flu.
:Buffalo It,U clear that to reverse tbe verdict of southern
the tragedy at Ue could look God <<1 .. Wall Papers
the This he was true. an A share of your patronage ioliolte
at polls.
Sbe Republican>E party has not been voters as expressed ,
man straight in tbe eye. s
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTXV PILLEDAddress
of the rankest description
Indeed It Is la force-blllUm
,' sensibly strengthened.Republican forces and The Globe-DfltuoCI'Rt and other In the railroad strikes In 1804 ho .... FRANK COI'K:, Wickers Japanese -
,evident that the to his true proportions.. Ther ,
expanded
have become not a little disorganized. thick and thin south bating;! organs are l-li-tf F,0.Box 144Weal Palm Beach Pla -
be the fearless champlo:
Mr.' Roosevelt Is faithfully fuelling aware of the fact They are determined be proved to and Enamel Goods
tbe
of the\: people. lie stood upon
'
tbe south
"APM that the plot'agalnst
be would before his
[ that
prediction
: boundary line of Illinois add protests a AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAC.
expired succeed In "split than be successful, and they ore workIng in' Dade
$ term of office agnlust the military usurpation of tbe Freight Prepaid Anywhere County .
to that end with what ability Is -
,ting tbe party-wide open. History Is possible to them, clumsily endeavoringto / president, and though overwhelmed G. von SCHOELER Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH

pressdeaf conceal theIr purpose until certain of be proudly vindicated his high honor. .U17 If '

and he, more than any other man re Watchmakerand
.,sands' of time its attainment. I
4 'ootprtnts left lothe. tired Grover Cleveland and his plrat
io( by Andrew Johnson and Chester A. crew from America politics --'------------------------
bis I'roloIoff That I.Jor... Jeweler.
In hIs effort to strengthen
Art ur. Altgeld was too great to beaauv
administration and incidentally\ to In- An argument la favor of the subsidy ,5RieHftRD
be CBAYONS. WATEK COLORS
president, He will, remembered lon< p.
himself the presidential nomination ,bill Is presented by an "esteemed con-
mirev for after moat presidents are)forgotten.
'1904 Mr. Roosevelt Is make temporary": a. follows: "In 1855:: the ARTISTIC l
In How glorious the final! scene! "Se< 'ENGRAVER on. .. !. :
,ing political'enemies as well aa political United States had a merchant marine him summon all his wasted strength I E. RESLER

frIend. lu his policy of official of 2.348,358) tons ou.-tbe ocean while Note the transfiguration In the las WOOD or METAL. {

4 readjustment wblcb Is popularly last year our !fleet had a tonnage of but superhuman effort the light of llbert; .
379.503." This argument Is on tbe other
known as "the distribution of patron? lu his eye, tbo flush of dawn upon hli PARLOR "

;ti age" the president Is presenting to thekDemocratic ilde. Up to 18DIV "our merchant mabe" brow as bo defiantly exclaimed: In ZAPH BLOCK, +, Photogtraphet1. i
and it
,
party an: opportunity tbat bad very little -protection
Again to the battle, AohalanstOur Next door South ofSEMINOLE
; may easily; be. grasped and the recent reached the highest point of Its prosperity hearts bid the tyrant defluicel CLEMATIS AVENUE

,administrative acts of thee president Soon after that year It began tobe Our land.., the first garden ot liberty's trw, HOTEL
bare reanimated Issues upon'which the coddled by protection and lost vigor. It has bean and shall yet be the land ct; Entrance, i Opposite Masonic Temple. $

e mocrata cannot easily lose. There is extra nursing will Impair the vigor the free.tvorkingmea WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.

be little doubt that tbe administration of any, healthy person or enterprise. and working ''TCOIDCI ;; ;; ,; West Palm Beach, f la. s
rue more It has been coddled the less never had a truer friend; ha yetfrned to< Sxporionoec: wnrkmnn. Cleaning 1? And Wau
has aroused serious antagonism .. t-10-tf
dona.
; irtng killfully >
e-4- 'In pot a few circles) by hla attktnd it tons-prospered; And the future willis see them happy and consecrated all he |> ____________e _________ -

no different from the past-Chicagoubronlcle. had to make thorn free. YTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT. 4
& toward the tariff ship 'subsidies[ ,
*
earth'i.
lie paid the penalty of all the
the railway merger the army bin and ,
redeemers. Socrates was poisoned
by the singular Infirmity; of judgment Cr. A. GALE C. C. CUTTEELI
". crucified John Brown strangled,
lncl. Mr. Fry Flab o r. Christ Brelsford Bros.
manifested the president ly
by
''i zf; '-? dents personal In scope. In a, word<< The Boston herald recently showed Lincoln assassinated and Altgeld stabbed MAN GONIA BOAT WORKS '.

Mr. Roosevelt baa both In conduct and be': folly of paying a bounty to the by a million venomous tongues. Real Estate and. Insurance

? In manner persuaded unprejudiced deep sea fisheries of this country. but The grandchildren< of his slayers wll ,

'critic that he Is an uncertain and peculiar few Americans are employed as flsh- geek his works for knowledge and Iniplratlon C, C. CUTTBElLL, Slnnager.

rmen. The ,bounty would go mostlyo d'nd to coming generations hi PALM BEACH FLA.
political force and withal a disturbing
member Sn a political organi : beueOt: an Industry: employing forslgn will speak forever.-Bugene V. Debs ii Shipwright, Caulker and Spar Maker.

Mt-I/'rye'l/ statement Toiler. Notary Public. Cottages to Rent
seamen :
sation. His errors In judgment and his ;
a Ib his report that "the deep' sea fisheries MARINE RAILWAYS
singularity In personal relations haves bounty i* to encourage an industry "Sly most vivid recollection of thi Poctofflc Building,North of
won: to bill support the sympathy of ", BO1 Polnal.. l tmL
late John p. Altgeld. said Luther Lot II. ai> !'
battle of Lexlng
the
from
which,
few Democrats ,or Independents and : and Boat Shops. West Side of Lake .
01
:on to the battle of Santiago has fur. iln Mills In speaking of tbe death ,
have driven from his side a large num
defied more ama proportionately for tbe former governor to a Chicago Trlbuno : '
ber of Influential Republicans. U.t he"national defense than any other reporter "Is connected with a con Monroe niirsey's Shaving Parlor at MANGONIA.

{ has forced to tbo front Issues upon ndustry" is a' fiction. The American versatlon that I bad with him when hi .. Estimates 'Jurnlshed on New or Old Work. ..J

!Wblcb the Republican party cannot nercbant marine \has furnished and .'was ou the Cook county bench. I had Banyan St.,Ooupur'near Ollr. Did. Stand Vessels hauled out and taken care of for the Summer. 1
for vindication.
confidently appeal popular
ylll ,coqttyue to furnish the men- for boon trying a case In Mr. Altgeld'iLourt .
:BEST bERVlCE and CAll Work Done With Neatness and Dispatch.SEA .
for
and when the time adjourn<<
naval vesapls.' : ,
Pn tbe tariff question Alone I tbe president )ur\ went came ,waR about to leave when a 14, PROMPT ATTENTION SKIFFS A SPCCIALTr. nIoz.okokokokokokokokokokokokokakokoi.okokokokokokokekoko :
\ | be, and we believe will be, tj
sbpud
!
the judge said: 'IIold'on. Mr Mills. ]J
.
\ 01... e4l**> WHhowt *D/Rerene.
d defeated In the:! congressional campaign axiom tbat the American want to.MB you In my room a short' .
Of t this In bis attempt to reduce Barnaul's W: ARTSON
year. '
.
public dearly delight to be humbugged time If you are not In a burry. ,
the tariff op Cuban sugar air.: Roosevelt o ,
"We sat and talked for close to an
I. to be the\ theory of the Republican 11' '
E has courted the risk of losing lefense of the\ ship subsidy scheme lour. mostly ou political and social TAILORINC- ito

thousands\ of votes in sections where They wll( play upon tbe necessity and topics. I finally gof up to go, and National Bank of the State of Florida r

even hftntUeds of votes are of 'lt.J Importance of "a differential" forLmerlcan "chile I was putting on my coat Mr, .
advantages Branches
In All Its
:
,' to the Republican party. U. ,
ships \until: an entranced people Lltgeld sat and,.looked at me .lu a re-
was) by bis Cuban policy; ..demonstrated.What !tecUve kind of way. I stepped up to JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA oSTATE ,
have all the.while will wonder: at their own parsimony -- ,_
r many persons)
; In the case And If the Republican llm to shake: bands when be arose

,,: does suspected not dare tbat to the reduce Republican the prohibitive party; >rogramn' works at all w .' may expect rum his chair and,said abruptly: PRESSING, CLEANING{ i AND CITY DEPOSITORY |
'Mr. Mills. I have just Qne great' o
Industrial be campaign to wind up with a nalanat .
duties on steel and other DYEING( AND REPAI81N6
acclaim of millions for a dlt- itubltloii In this world.\

articles controlled by the corporate ''ereuiloU, but not one cent for suusl-\ "And Wbatjs that, Mr. AJtgetdT\ Iisked. I JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President. THOMAS P. DBMHAU: Cashier it
Interests of the nation Shop West. Palm :Beach
on Olive St.
Both tbe president\ and the. party lyf: -Atlanta ConsUWIpn: "lie stretched out his arm and re- I JAMES: D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier. i

should know tbat In a battle of ,this 0r
lri, ... I iponded slowly To uplift the workingnan
kind there are blows to take as well as c. {.ihrt his face toward the sun.' Business of East Coast Business Farmers
blows to give. They should understand All that Cuba needs to realize theream and turn WOOD WOOD! J Banking Men

tbat Republican candidates fop of Independence I Is tbat we keep 111 never forget that episode. There 11 o arid Fruit-Growers Solicited. aokokokokokokokokokokokokokokoiokoknkokokokokokokokoit
nothing of the claptrap or tbcat'leal -
faith with her. It we refuse to openur see '" I
be required
will this tq -
congress :year '
about the judge's words or man-
Cuban goods we shall
> market to
attitude of theparty
explain the singular lestroy liberty alow starvation' I nero It was tbe honest expression pf a Stove Wood
away. It ;would not be at all ; by and ; ,
who thought and felt deeply
nan
less contemptible
(bait be more or
we
urprlsipa should the great agricultural for of rbo.e'tsellnga at'times demanded the Delivered to Any Part of Town. O OFFICIAL
han the Spaniard, ,who the sake ana LODGE SEALS
northwest 1
sections of the :west\ and! aa relief of utterance." ,
ils pure. ws* brave enough to try to -
,,,well a* tbflse pf tb.It fl9P went the Rn
president's policy In a manner cons lestroy the same causo and the same To Model' Town. Leave orders at Wood Va..d, on Cle- llvoC cr SlamD i TO ORDER.

genial to the temper of a betrayed and icople lerald.R..eal':.!WIth iword7-ltAHb'C8ter. : George D.0.Alden formerly, Judge of m.ll. Aenoe, near tbe railroad track, IN TWELVE HOURSFlorida
address
.1118 congressional or "
outraged electorate. tbe Plymouth county (Mass.) district

Campaign Democrat of 1002 should will select be Interesting.for their/ .f T..UT Tax*. !i...*.. ourt but now corporation counsel foe J. T. SNELL, OF ALL KINDS Rubber Stamp Works

If tile The abolition of war taxes to the ex- tho Industrial Federation of America

leader men who have brains In blood their tent of 970.000.00O will not bring perptlble l i I now agitating' Pennsylvania: In the PROPRIBTOB aeti IttY I. METCALF, Local Agent.!= 224 Main St., Jacksonville, Fie

*tt i beads and a little Iron In their relief to the masses. Most of uterest of,tbe latter company:; Ue pro.

'cad then "turn on the batteries and be tai wiped out were .trifle which ones establishing offices I In. PltUburg. .LIGHTWOOD POSTS
''shell the woods" they will drive the Meanwhile Industrial federation of Amer|. M endIoiiie.il FactoryD1tO1T
be, country: hardly felt The MANON'S JHI. 'VelttDay8C.
from Cllllle Poets for -
"! caitiff night" First; Lightwood
(Republicans n he taxes on.trust made goods, wbfch, ca was formed some time ago! with a Otttce And Sales
''thelf'Insolently! 'cssumed position and coat the people dollars where tbe-'War apltallutlc-n of 1500.000.: It has aojulred Pineapple Covering and other purpose lase or GUAVA JELLY room 4Ji W. Hay

4' Win a victory: that would weigh heavily axe cost thorn crnta.remaln'to remind 4,000 acres of land' lying be- Address \lauou'aMIHTU f1t ., ,jAokHonville.Dm .

{, la the presidential campaign of 1004. the country, that small details are.being reed Brooklyn and Roofcaway Beach, // B. HOWARD CANDY neb Hinr** *nd'AI!' JI.
at hand If UM Demicr Jelly rie.ln.U Towo oa K:..t
1 lib'"opportunity,; Is ittetoded to by conl1'ea.-JtoUl: City and the intention I I. to establish there Sebastian f/a. Cot.TIll .
will but *rasR It-Maw ,
ffi tlc party: time a tact Industrial community.; .
tpr Y e DtG ocrat.:

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---- I --r T'= '_m-r; --- -- ., ,:. '' 'J. '' twelve months, from
I
within
remarks.it < 'e > 'On'To'Capeabie. < the neajt:
l in kin \
is reason
some
; AA MIAMI BUREAU ROUND ABOUT MIAMI MIAMI;I MAIL ROUTE. .,..- I /Tit' *' follcMag editorial Is from 'the whence.', steamer connection* can be

-011'- .> ii ,.n.y.. ,( was reported in Havana this afternoon meat"r'ecenissue' of the'Key West Ad. made In''a few hours with, this city, I/
that the Herrera Line steamers. which have predicted l \ will,\
Discontinuance Recently Decreed r'llIer-: we always; ?
a THE TROPICAL,, SUN Links of: ,Local News Picked up Spanlbh ''Count E; :Mort
< the
owned the
... by "We ha'WA)'" been of the opinion be tha'cp ring city of the South and
Cuban Cab *
4', Here and'There. ,. In 1et. eta, now making the circuit of the that there''are*,some thing* In this wICKed terminal ofFlGridaEaatCosst!; : Railway,

Office lu Anthony, Block. Twelfth Street, near .. island of Cuba under exclusive, : .concession world that money Cannot! do; and which"may 'to )'Increase\ Its strength,,,join

Avenue C.'. BrUf'Mention of Current" Kventi' Gathered Prominent CUUens: of Cuba Ask 'for th. l from the former Government of while'' we (cceady admire'the vim and isimei; with 'the Southern Railway and;

All O\,>>..".iptioaR. xlvcrlliieinente,. order for by THE SUN'S Ubiquitous Reporter Continuance/ of Former Service; Between Spain, and tunning{ between Havana energy of In:" M. Flagler in'ccj' defy competition." :,

Job work Mouth, of Fort Lauderdale received at During the W ak.Do' Miami and Havana aud the Island of San Domingo, under struatiug the Florida Hast Coast Railroad )- --.-
r this office. special concesslou from the Dominica' rivers and lakes
\ over
across
Miami Celebration..
,
I l' t' George Eugene Bf1.Qn. sends' |the Government, now,that/President .Roosevelt and'
overflowed .lands on )
read The Tropical Sun swauipa } ire\ :... "'-
MIAit FLORIDA, JULY 13 1903. you has assured, the removal, of all It la just two week* -* ;:;
l t and mall tracts of land for Jacksonville\ Times-Union( ; and Citizen: route front ,St. Augustine\ to Miami, we '
Largo discriminating port fees against Cuban' have been convinced of day,,before the deepwtf t\4'i:! '" '
as '
tile following from Havana dated Jul14th. never vet '
fruits and vegetables. Townley Bros. flagged .,Teasels placing these In, the< 6th anniversary celebration begin? .
The pispetmary appears to nave i the practicability of making a great: seaport -
(fa
Anthony Block.Bargainsbsimproved'and '
ha left undone
r American coasts Nothing J been
no friends to Miami. Liquor men uuitnprov "The Association of Cuban Planter, same vessels category under the as, "Stars ,and: Stripes," of ''Miami, 'or a permanent 'deep." make the occasiou the grandest whlclk: a

and Temperance men alike Rive it i ed city' property. Townley Bros. Anthony Havana Chamber of Commerce, Manu will shortly'put a boat on the Key West- ,water After thoroughfare of Biscayne,. :Boy.to/ Congress has yet taken place on' the east oohi.t,F'' :

the cold shoulder. It is evident bat, I Block. facturers' League, gold, stock and groeery Havana route, and expect later in the repeate.sppllclttlon. F For thosewho come Mniply 'to:' ''8...
and no doubt at considerable expense -
they a re all afraid of thla bugaboo Numerous parties have been here during ''exchanges; the American Club, and season to' establish a regular line of in the rapltltrowlng( town mid. to he1'
haves lautrsucceeded
I they at ;,
its the pant week, looking over the the local representatives: of sundry for Cufrarf steamers between,(' the ports 'of ,, of, | entertained bunerouli';, UIII".illen\l., \.
securing tin appropriation ooooo
i A Rrerff deal of favorable comment ground with a view to inverting in prop elgn; interests, 'brides a number of ,Tampa, :Havana. Nuevltas (La Gloria), for ,Improving: JMacayne Bay, for) the have bent ,irovuled<< and alt will talet', '

the newspapers, Cuban, Spanish( and English Santiago de Cuba, Cape Havtien Mont: a good! tiuir., )Poe:.others, .lio ,coiue''
luWd the result of .
e IB I aa to erty Sail construction of i a. channel tS feet .deep
,, have visited Director-General: of Crlstl', Porto Rico, St. Thomas Domfngo with more ,serious\} purposes, who
revival meetings in connection with Mr. Gall at t Is making extensive improvements and 85 to, too feet wide, from the
Posts Figuerredo, the Secretary of State City, Jamaica aiiTl! Cienfuegos; come t> see-the city and! the imrrvund-
Caw- In his barber shop, which wharves at Miami to the sea via Norris
church. Rev. King
the Baptist for Interior Affairs, and President Palma From Cienfuegos the boats would pro- ins country with a,, view to permanent
will add to its convenience and attract thoru, of( (bt.Augwtlnewhoagaietedl : : himself, malting protests against the ceed to Pensacola with sugar, returningto ,ly locating, here, ample provision ha 4',
and wide the
iveness.
long adjacento
l llev. Mr. Stanton I is an eloquent spirit displayed in the The line it .is I 500
,
1j parsimonious Havana via Tampa. been made,. 'and, they will be well
which
and practical preacher, and his eerTDODS Seybold, the baker on Twelfth street, Council of'Secretaries, as to the Miami stated will"'be inaugurated with four wharves at Miami, the railwaycompany taken Care oTTProm "-'

to the young men have!! left a baa a large pile of bricks near his lot, mail service, discontinuance of which, splendid steam<< s; all under! the Cuban", Is to free!conatiuct from at encumbrances Its own coat, ,' tbre"J; ", estate! offices ,they ''t'
keep same
additional
of
used the erection
In
be an '
as a matter of economy, was recently flag; obtain reliable information, ,
} ,: lasting impression.ir / _. ___ the of may abou
next the bakery. j- satisfactory to/ Secretary war,
}? store room decreed in Cabinet. And<< the ,-question, .' I farming operation, conditions. ap, the

7 \ ,The new i stone jail.and musty office may )tie raised, unless the order of an' The New Committee, t'-ai "all" craft resorting/: Biscayne Bay exist, here, land.,-,etc., without being
4 second-clues for commercial the
,a; Miami now Is a post- outside withdrawn purpOlle1way us
building de fast approaching cellatlon otcontract' be at When the County Democratic Executive subjected. to unpleasant Importunities

office, and it:1s a. matter that'ehonld completion. The roof is nearly finished once, whether any authority save'that oftbeCoagres.of Committee met ,at Miami Thursday : 'wharves and warehouses thereon now to purchase.IhU, that or the other town'

y afford much gratification to all our and the stately form, of the building the Republic itself can binvoked They took no action,In the matter : owned or controlled, or 'hereafter built I lot or counlryrproperty.,

citizens. The time is "rapidly approaching now stands out to advantage.You !: annul a formal' contract: which of the election of the new commit I on Coast Biscayne Railroad Bay by the its-Florida: 8ucessorllor East Visitors may 'rely' Implicitly, Upon

when free delivery will beth will be sorry it you wait too tons was found 'in full legal force and effect tee, the ballot 'box.es for the side Company, dch information:", as maybe given them.
reasonable of
for
'L' v order of the day. This city Is The early bird catches the worm. and when the Cubans themselves ''took over election were turned over to S' O. FUta, assigns: rates compensation by our real es ate men, n "1ioin. rare
and, that : facilities
: fortunate in having.acompetent and likewise the first comer gets the first lots the reins of government on ;May 20th and It is probable that the question \f shall be given to all proper and corporations ahaipers with to desil'2'!! ,-'

obliging postmaster, who baa the cheap. Townley Bros., real estate dealers last. The management of the Peijinsu the legality of the voting will be left for the persons of for sale, nor men whose ..brea.hi') / ; .
shipment freight to
\:
Block. lar and Occidental Steamship Company with the State Executive Committee to ; ter i
assistance of a corps of able clerics : Anthony or from said wharves on.the railroad depends upon driving a "bargain" i

W. B. Halnlan, of Melbourne, is in are' not disposed.to raise this point r rit ) but take such action"as they see fit ia the tracks of said company in Miami, for which,there is j*! heavy profit. If the, it:

the erection of is admitted to)be) an entirely feasible matter. wish to buy, however, they'' will 6nd
welcomes Senator the city, arranging; for a Hire reasonable rates, which shall
And< saw mill and novelty works on the south excuse The that the real estate agencies' .. plentyof ,.
be determined<< the Secretary
Dimick to her list; of[ real estate owners side of the river, near the bridge cross- have the additional mails the Miami j electIon' ,to 'serve as executive committeeman War." by \pf good; property both' In- the' city :'and

;4 and house-builders. lie will put ing. The family will come lure a )little route assured continued, are making the' for the ensuing two years, are:- TLe railway offered to Country at reasonable prices..

(.,; up handsome/ block adjoining Nel. later on. most of, la: their effort to stir up Congress St. Lucle Precinct No. 1, M. R. Johns dollar for dollar company with the U. 8. Govern spend I All, jvill enjoy seeing .tbU end, of

eon's furniture establishment. Like to direct the executive and Cabinet Jupiter, Precinct No. a' t''!. C,Jones Dade county'mid wilt, _-"ntrtt"t..i in
a of
her
Miami is
|. justly proud up-to- ment in this project, but i it has been 0 '
lie to rescind theirhasty,action and arrange Lake Paswfuct No. H. B. "
Worth,
3 investigating the wonderful
wt r other wise and !progressive men, .date. steam laundry, It is, turning out' edged with conditions and restrictions opportunities
of the times to have the service promptly restored Saunders: which it offers Let ,mil come
i' readily reads the Hlgns first-class work at reasonable prices. which apparently' do not meet 'the
;' in reference to our, progressive littlecity. Give It a trial. It located at the corner and indefinitely continued. Havana Hypoluro Precinct No. 4. Cullen approval of the Florida East foast and see for themstlver.-Miami! New.
merchants are Indignant and out. Pence. :, s
of Avenue D and Fourteenth street.S9tf Railway, and it 'is not to be wonderedat .
i J i spoken in their denunciations of those Delray,Precinct No. 5, T. J. Haynood A '
that they are now taking steps (to Tl ere was' shipment Sunday from ,
officials for the 6; Griffin.Ft. .
( government responsible Precinct No. L; J. '
\ Pompano
Election Returns Mr. Clifford L. Xlmanies has the sy m. build their line Anrty miles below, Mia ICiagimmee of two, Irainloadu of cattle
if: path of many friends the loss of his stoppage of, the east coast mails, juspow Lauderdale, Precinct.No. 7, Jon mi, which will ; Tuesday II p, m.-The storm center when the 'Augustine1 Route I Is W. Marshall. Sable ,where! deeper water obtain. ,
father Mr. R. Pr-XImonles: one of the cars.
t ,
.i ':, t"1 In Miami tonight is the telegraph office. oldest and moat prominent residents of about. to extend its rails south along the Ojus, PrectTrcl No. 8, M, F. Long. .. ......

', On the corner of Twelfth street and Aver Florida keys to a point forty miles nearer Lemon City.Precinct. No. 9,' Warren -0.

1 enue D chairs-were placed for the band St. Augustine,whose death occurred on to Cubu. \Mitchell. Wm.: 16Dlalormki M.Nrowo'Preal.lxns; VIn.Yre./dxn6 '

and Miami's famous musical, organization Thursday, July 10th. "In conversation today. Cuban Senator Miami, Precinct No. 10, G. A. Worley, Mnf k 0 f Bay'a Y' Jjlbbdyilu a Chueles]neo i. H. Curry",, tetVhW'*'.'r'JeaF .

I played appropriate airs while the The surveyors for the Florida East Coast who has been accused' of favoring Cocoanut Grove Precinct No. II, W. n.,, < : y,
the to come in. Railway have completed their work as aMLAMI
crowd waited for returns -
annexation to the United States, and 1. Shone. "
forethought the )ladles of far as Cutler and the region back of Cut Capital $50,000 ., .
I ,I ,;; With clever who does not deny his admiration for Cutler,Precinct No. it. P. L.'Jenkins
one of the city churches opened an, ice ler.. It is evident that the railroad mag- __,_ \m L
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qi American Institutions,:ventured the remark j : : :: FLOR.JD: A.
tj I' and refreshment room adjoining nates mean business, and will open up a -
: cream that President Pflltna'sCabinet too FREE: TO OUR READERS.: '
I't. ': l the telegraph office reaping rich here vast and practically undeveloped country .
often have him
to In- leading -- --
\ vest from the throng. Soon the which will rapidly fill up with let-. appear Botanic Blood Balm for the Blood. ---
passing
strings, and are constantly committing, When 'Fresh
I J I telegrams from the different precincts tiers ". u suffer from ulcers, eczema, This is the Season
In his name, some act calculated to convince scrofula, 1 blood poison, cancer eating Fruit 18 ScarcI. eeN
in and before II o'clock Informs .
i Miami's wide-awake
I ; began to come nurseryman Cuban that the executive now occupying sores, itching skin, pimples, bolls, bone t
..Ne NNNe N.eeN1N NNeeNNNe..NN
Mr. was a defeat that several NON.
The
Boggs Sun
: :I it was apparent reporter par. the palace is not an American, pains, swellings rheumatism catarrh, -

: \' ed candidate. There was a long breath ties are preparing the ground and clear- but a Cuban in sentiment, and as path or any blood or skin disease, we advise I ; And in offering this line of Evaporated, Fruits, '

? a 4 lotlowed, Ing the land preparatory to Septemberand Otic as the best of those who fought you Especially to take recommended Botanic Blood for BalmB.B.old( obstinate B.)-. I yon get a big variety of Fancy Goods. free from bug "i !9r,
of I and webs. '
1' October planting
young groves.
'
war"
,. through the of independence uu deep-seated cases cures where all tREAD
shakings. The good work still goeson thus giving der the banner of General Maximo else l fails, heals every sore, makes the | THIS LIST 2 r' .

:t There was some consolation for the assurance of Miami becoming the center Gomez. 'But'the Senator added, all blood pure and rich, gives. the skin Abe : .
defeated faction in the county in the returns of a magnificent and rich fruit-growing\ rich glow of health. Druggists per Evaporated Apricots, centsfpound : "
i these steps are taken in such rude, un- ottle. sent free by writ S Peaches ,il '" ?
which showed that Hon. R. Hudson section Ing..t> Sample Evaporated 15 cents pound!< : dlplomatl manner as to injure the feelings Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. De 1"
", t ng Evaporated Pears, 15 cen's pound .' 'b.
wonderful .
j' Burr was making a run of three American friends whereone scribe trouble and free medical advice ,: .' '
along '
Building operations are '
the State. moving : ia sealed. letter. Medicine sent .at "'Evaporated Apples, I j cents pound ri9 .
gent
throughout
: r' is I.1 '
Cuban '
in Miami slowly but surely.. Fris e1l'ablock native pleased,: thus doing cents '
Evaporated Figs. Ilji
: Tuesday night,: will pass into history once, prepaid. pound.Big ",'d', I.
next to Telephone Exchange more barm in 'the States than good at i
.. ', ,, as a memorable one in this city, full of line California,Frun srio,cts pound, '
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will soon erect its stately (front and be home.
: Interest and excitement. Large delegations KNOX HATS-standard of the work Fancy Layer Pigs, so cts pound J qa
the queen of all blocks on Twelfth : "What Don Thomas. needIs ., ,
to Dates .
ti arrived from Cocoanut Grove, appears -at ANTHONYS BROS. Fancy rand it% CU pound : '
I street. Mr. Frissell showed The Tropi- few in his official house +
Lemon City and other near by places a diplomats : Good Sun Dried Ap"lcts, 10 cts lo ': '
cal Sun representative a blue print hold. Zaldo be a shrewd financier; \ 544 pounds' : _.r
.l : and helped swell the excited crowd. ')It: may } good Rousted<<' Coffee $roo
5' ,
; is a credit to Miami that no misconduct!I drawing of the building. It will be a successful speculator in sugar stock 33 pounds Beat ;Flour, 'I....... "

marred the close of one of the most in- handsome and commodious. and know just when to hold in ware- S ,' 17 pounds Granulated Sugar, '1.00' \ ": 'i er : .

4-l terest'ng' campaigns In the history of Anthony Brothers, the popular and enterprising bouse and when best to ship, as well as This Ipature la on every.box of the genuine? '.,. I- -j.Gallons 011, 85 cents :t "- '. i' 'ell I

_" ): Dade county. dealers in men's furnishings, when to unload; Tamayo was a" popu Laxative Broino-Quinine Tablets 3 cans Milk,,35 tents

-- (intend to erect at once a new bnaineis lar physician in Havana throughout the tha remedy that enrai ,a eoM fa OM day 16 pounds good Rice, $t.oo i.-

} Mr. Bongs' fleeting block on Twelfth street, ,just east of war, and after the blockade was declared .*...+.........*+..*......+......NNNNNtee.N.N. ';;r' '

Is. Gallatt's. barber shop. This is a fine location 'off' Helped returning refugees ANNO
Miami. readers receive this I
r Before
? the result of, and the firm will put up a build from Key West to organize, with the W.U. S. D. LEFFLER
11 of The Tropical Sun 1
: sue
I i assistance of those eleventhjjour patriots ATTORNEr-AT-LAW ,
ing which will give them light and
the primary election will be known' room Twelfth St.. Between P, 0, and Blscama Hotel .4 MIAMI. FLORIDA
p the countybut whatever the enough to make a fine display. It is they found shouting for 'Cuba Ilbre' Olllc.V.roat Room lletohett Building. Ave.D, ,

throughout well be the hope of the firm to be ready to upon their arrival here, the celebrated Miami. Plorlda..81110 .
t r result, Mr. A. A. Boggs may ,
: 'Junta Magna' which supplied most of
proud of the reception accorded him by move by October 1st. those worthy ((1)) demagogues requiredto Lumber ,
citizens of Miami Monday night.' The the of Twelfth R. TAYLOR Biscayne Umber Co
the buildings on corner 1111 the.offices created by the govern ROllER'r f and Supply : LathOtes r+
!i The speaking was done from the band' street and Avenue C.' where the First ment ot Intervention when Ludlow and .eLAWYRR.4 '

stand as a rostrum and the wide pavements National Bank is to erect its home have Brooke, came ,and after Wood*got himself BRICK, CEMENT. LIME PLASTER, and'U.AfA. Sole Agents for Warnell Crates

1 were crowded by an enormous, been moved back, and now front on Avenue Office,In'posto.ffice Block FLA Sss'JSf. .
transferred to Havana; Garci- MIAMI J Jt A, CONRAD LTXi'.T. r"
outskirts of ,,
audience, while around the C. McDonald & Abrams bicycle Montes has a' good .record upon the MIAMI- .r PLORIDA' 8-14-tf ,

the crowd<< were numerous carriages filled and repair .hop, aud the old millinerystore bench. and is regarded by Spautardeand 3.14-If \ .

1 j' with ladles. The scene was a brilliant will be transplanted, and the walls Cubanl .
alike# aa a man of justiceand
i ; +e one,''i nder the glare of the electric of the new bank will soon take their high personal honor; Vero's patriot. HeP.. ATKINSON FRBNK W. STHNTON & CO.: apes

s; lights, and was one factor in arousing place. In the meantime Kronowltter & ism cannot be questioned, and aa an :&

the greatest enthusiasm. Miami's Worley. are having the exposed side of A 4TTORNEY-AT-LAW ,.. R
educator he stands high but the colored 'OUR SPECIALTY "
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discoursed sweet music during NOTARY PUBLIC ,
?, brass band<< their tailor shop boarded; up. element charges him with discrimination ...
MtAut, Fr.A. "
., the evening. T J. Johnson living on the Cocoanut against them, and one of his first 11.10-lT '
was at his best. Without Fancy East Coast Pines ,
Mr. Boggs \
LI. Grove and Miami road, an old resident official acts was to stop the teaching of .
oratorical display, beheld. I EO. A. ()JC .I'Y.:
I any effort at and ad old soldier, honest and industrious the English language in Cuban public G .. :
14 Vine
close attention of his audience from : Street
the while absent from home on the schools; Terry'kuowl just the kind of ATTORNEYAT-LAW. Philadelphia. '

start to finish, though there. were many Fourth, had his house broken Into and a relief ,millionaire planters of the great "'" .1 ,.___ .
of hand and General practice In State and Federal Court.
clapping
1 Interruptions gold watch and $30 in money stolen., He sugar belt like himself mostly need, but All business entnuud.. wilt receive prompt at- ,Growers: of Florida Oranges and Grape-Fruit: r :

cheers, showing the approval of many strongly suspects who the guilty partyis has t':ttie sympathy, It ia reported, forthe entton.Office, Browa BulI .
ofthe listeners. Without dissimulation, > GROVES ,o''
( but Is not as yet absolutely sore. A discontented 'colono and miserable trmt.MIAMI. LOCATED :

tt equivocation or any attempt to straddle scouqdrel who will steal from a hard peones composing the 'shiftless' poorer FLORIDA Mies. & Stanton,.Terra Cela Fie, Armstrong,&} Stan"ton.,' Ysntetto}' j i 1. ;:i''U ',,> :
factional fence <
the political
of ,
both sides working old man deserves little mercy, classes now calling for work; sod while ... .' Knox & Stantoa.,LlD1Onl.;Fla '; .
tit >_neaVer___ stated .plainly the most Btebl"!..b.d I. 1870 l..orpo..I.. ? 1909 M.yPianos 7
and its hoped be may soon .be. cup- Senor Diaz's.experience as a railway .,\\1''

prominent points in his platform. He tured. r superintendent and: engineer may betaken Capital Stock'1OOOOO.OO "' "' >;i'"' \

regretted exceedingly that his opponent Mr. W..II, Petit, the popular proprletor -. as an assurance of his ability a'i Somers Brothers
In
the cam Company Organs
fit to part
bad not seen \take Sewing Machine
that the voters could knows of,the neat little barber shop near the a machine man, the fact remains_ patent : "- Yxq
paign, so
7' where each stood on the issue of the postof&ce on Twelfth street baa made that as a builder of railways and rep- FITTSBORG PXHN'A. i i I sell direct from the Factory f

arrangements to lease a new building, resentative of great transportation companies Commission Merchants The Celebrated Schubert Piano, with Mandolin Attachment "'

,1;, day.Mr. to be erected at once Into which he intends he has never displayed particnlar The Conover Pianos, the Cable Pianos. j

Boggs made an argumentative; home to move as soon as possible. lIe interest in turnpikes, macadamized Wholesale Produce DealersIuvite'conMgnfnentafrom The Klngsbiuy Pianos the Wellington Pianos, / a ,

s sensible speech dealing sharp with highways and country public roads,' The Chicago f Cottage Organ, in twenty-oine style..
will have an up-to-date shop, Increased Dade
and he \ County At the '
tbrusts st the opposing faction Very Lowest Prices and Liberal
facilities for his business, Inclu- now so necessary to enabje small farmers and Southern Florida of Frnlts, Vexeablcs Catalogues and Prices! oa Terms.
certainly added to his reputation at an ding hot and cold water baths;etc. His 'fo move their crops and products to and Produce: promising prompt ,Furlal. e4 on Application.ThaCelebntiiSlnprSe ,

accomplished l Intelligent man, who present quarters are too small, hence the the ports and railway stations." "*- sales, at highest Fittaburg prices and Old lostruntots Titan lo Exchange 'q eYtIDlllac liJ.i
knows wild be wants, aDd knowing, immediate returns.We NeedIeR and Att..hmll1lte for all kinds 0'
I t dares jiaintaln his principles. necessity: 'for making the change. Whenhe The Senator may be accused of pes .. refer la his< p.per, *. County promptdtwod0.ewlllir Maehlae.. Mail .' ".'III i ,..al., ,".'
oilier
j -.e.kr vacates the store now occupied it will aim Ism,.If not lack of confidence, the shippers. PitHburg Beak.*and well..known VOR. ATK.: f>.AHI> 11th ST.i vrf t I' e .I1Llat/a'i.URIDA
t find reliable eaurcee of Inforuietlon to our :
J
r Vltal's. Brand -AwTHONT's sr be the home of Pine's New. Agency* new republican], Institutions, but there itncUI eundiac and buRL_method. Bal f ; 'WY., EHICKSON. : ;, "; ,

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THE TROPICAL StfN WEST PALM .BEACH, FLORIDA:, FRIDAT._ 4HO 18, I 1904.A .

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'. ....: : = : _. -'---- Simple Directions Which Any 'Woman I'l'iis U' rrr nil IMrntlfvl aa
-- -'--- ;; c''.' ........ '.' i---- rail follow.It .' ; PeirnI In Hie Stale.probably H Should a 1

'\. ..- ., eI 2;.' .,' f ." "'."... has been born sit'd'!not that the stood! coffee, orlRhml uniim few of people.kuow\thnt tiitf\ ntftto,of Tnnntts the
,.... ,brewer Is 10111.10. While this
',. I'' ",;'.1 \' ,..' .'. 'J ,' .J. .. = '3 --G-G'S .. : i Is true to / sea was Frjlnkliil or that l: .IJt..t 7H8 th,
". .< .. "' .....\.L'. "M.. JJ R OIl J.3 learn to make a great a delicious extent any cup: of CUB coffee.may salaries of file cjfflccrs'' f tblivittnmonw I : Girl Pursue ; ,

I I In 'Its but Uiu Col-
nllll-were paid IN
'after finding dla'ecl.OJIB
the :
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: : / pnt'ehCee'4 IOWllIgl"I'col'rect} copy: of the,law: I
In the tirRt' small oof-
place '
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t.ol ( V. 8. Senator ..._. ......_::.:..:_._ ___..:.: al o.y..1, .... .::. .......... ., 8 ,A, ( 8e "He It enacted.by the Ietreutl'nsselu\ : < .-s. .M Y1tN1 ? ;
,', Can ,................ Vavlo ........... ........?.. .. .... ,:, II UU :due! 02 18 II _2'fJaa IJ" YO 1147 UU IIU lOll MOUI fee grtiular and grind your coffri' In it .
I of Pranliliu If
: uequpreaieCutict.. .... ,.......... ......... ......... .......:..a..:.. :ti.o.::... '" u el .... .... "" .... this way you will 1!> I .. Witll: ...a, 4 1J 1314 J4 i8 0 91 Lit Ni1H tl6ANecratary hereby! enacted by authority' of the
: of BtoteJuinptvnller. ..... ..::::'::::::::::::: Crawkr.4) '''' ::?:::::::::: :::' ::::::::: ::::: 12 2 80 911 18 MIg\: 82 iiii &&n e9 12 TTt45N 771 tho true iiToiim.: fcoxt.mnho your i-oTr: same ., that and after ttaeaat<> day. ,. .1..e.....NN.N04t+\ti
'( /, ......... ............ ........... ,8 14 fll7 lit 7 !l4 HI 11 01-0 lip 1H 111 12tt. I In a ;pot of granite warn ii"tend of tn: I ,from .., .- 5
.J ...... MOC"II.IIo'lIDit./; /' fJ '111 12 a 1 \I 18 illS 91 4" 90 N8A1t8r0adCONrhIMlonel7' .. of January, 1788, the '1101111'10'' 'of 1lts! '
..I.......,."... : '111 :U 1111 po 111 !III 10 :yH 04 1211 o.t 85 fSS r..... and '-be sure to.place the .empty pot ou commonwealth be follow. wit: : don't you ,.Wlte a
.. ... ............... n.owu..JI> ..t .......................;...... .... .Il ,1111 4" M 111 1"11'10' 117 14 II : '...... tho back of the us -to 'Wn'S\ ,'.- Haiti the
.. ,. ......'..,.... D..l"" .5 0 0 ..... .._ ..ril4tmb.tt.c....... .............'\.1' I"I 12 4:1.: 1 2' 2 8 7 4 II 41 ...-. ,'100 deerskins r
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.. ......._. .1.? WhltU91'/.I..l......... .... :7 155 I 1 .... Ii 1/1 1M 17 tOn 21l II ant ......\ that It may a '' '. +VAbotit 'butt"'p44: !4; i. i'
__ Hepr w ritatjve. ......?> ,................". KIDIIr.: ...... ...........................?........... 22 11'.2 11! ''ill 1\1\ 111 95 1\11 177 :l110 UK' 281. hit I "Ills +'honor the chief Justice; !b00.deerskins. ,, ,
S .. .... ...?.. ... .. ... BuRKa" .............. .................... I9\ III 7:1.14: '1 11 811 LOO aM UH J1K4HII4 '.0on' tluJ'ollglboutlllg .I ,.'-""'.u1'I | 011. giving gcoJ Era/ jilt i\J} girls on
T..llJlu..r ......_.....,..:,..: ..:m.. .. .. .uouy.............,...................... 111 27 II.U 214 1& ,/It 2'1 un 71 2110) 0'1 IIn !HHhN before ? lion they"'onghtto: tretttf'im! .'' ,
... ........ .. .. .. Ilordeo b :........................... ,........ /J/ 91 211I1 8l f : hI illS 02 1141J ah 24 ino '8481've the I The secretary to bin excellency:; ; the '
_ \.."..............."...."... PowoIH.\?.................... .........,.. ...... II 1101 84 24 III 18 16 12 1\1 87 lIit .:n 11(17 ..... eottee I I.goberuorj'to0 raccoon skins.County5 "Tliey w'oaldn'tliecd! l It i U i .3d. Hut
......... .................... _Smith..."..1 1. H 101 12 1/1 16 41 176 4.1: 10 480 BNA grounds areylaced'la on what speclai"polntkdtyou Uilvl: : ;.!)'; IHel'll'
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re ...... .......... Adams. ............................... .......... 2 1.11 211 10 10,111, 21 .U4 ill2 80 7 4.4.H i clerk BOO beaver skins.
lountydomml..louun: ............... Ichor...,,...,. .......................... ...... /I 211 ,,172 1\ 1 111 ,,11 211 41 27 22 111111 9111 It. I "Clerk of the house of commons 2
,f! .. .. .. .....,u.. l'ark".I............... ..................... 10 10111/ 21 11 12I 111 1111 111 U3 111 21'14' > Next pour the S IllOllj" I''
sea. 'a' .. L&luhixrt ..... ............................ .... 18 179 S7 1 II 11 ::11 II" 177 11:1 11Jill! 100'Ii raccoon skins V"Justice's "
.... ....;.....;,.;... YarhornllRliMcDonald. ... .. i'll :111 0 18:1:1\: : \I \I 24 7:1: 40 :12 ,8U/1 bulling waterInto I fee for serving a WarraUti Oh. you know-I nmnfrMfinf 1 la..hu i!
""'' Iii_ M, ..... ..:................................. '1 17 11H} \ 17' J U 16 0" 60 10.1: 8\J" I\\) .511 982: the pot ((I.' .' sfamniowd. "a1>ol' RliU i-l'i sjn; ai'U-r
G ..'......:. ..: Mulllkln,. ............................... .....10 14. NU 8.11 HI 12 5 HI fil 81 22 9NU ...... LI1 "Aillksklny". '. '7
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__ .-....I&. ..,........::: :. Row..I1............................................ 0'" 1M 1Ht1U' J 1118 2" 'gl 174 114 1.U 1'1111' 2.8i111'f over the coffee.Thlewntermust'. nml: I 1 1".*. nil> <" -t" f* -" -vMlnexlefldca : : follows. ,
,' ........".". "'... Halobur..,...." .......... ... .......11 1U 102> 18/ 1.0 '111 1'1' 21 5 iH11 8'1.. 1J: 8U1f: 1T ui. I...- >>..... ...... oi'' i .1- alb ''AVliut do ju menu id: plain JSubll bT
.4 ::::::,':: ::::: Drown :::: :::::::::::::::.:::.:::: ::: 10 10 85 IS 131 81Z ;i3 } 8.2 42:t 87 848 be hissing liot. 5144811)1)1! river and on the west bunk, !: Instance farm ntf 1 inr.Brratlvp.\ \QeneMloliEi'rnonaiue .
....,. ...:..:.. KInR E.13.. .. .. ..... .. .. .......,. JO :Iii !Wd lI/i 0 2U 1111 1/1/ 81j, 1\1" : 21 6lil 681 Next close the w: that great unknown forest region : / no ',00.1."
MnmberHrhooliloerd. ; Ilar4 .. .. ......... .. :11111 10 9 :III 212" 110 II1IJ 4H IlIi 6..1 6..1 .fts
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if r .. .... .... Iturdlne..,. ...". .'.. .,....' ......... ... 10 1/J/ HII17 0 illS 21 ::11 60 :908,:Gtj 91 OIO 670 coffeepot very of Louisiana. It was then a "term,, Incoftrultti. "Well, it'u Ilku, this: I know,flint 'H,
ExeeutlICommttteeman.. ...... ... ... Manu...... ...............;........ ...... ... .... .... .... 111 .... I.... '.... ...... .... ..... ... .. .... .... 111 tightly In order ." save a few canoe laiiilliiKs' there i lap fellow I know tba u (14111(
Juattae" ol tile Penes. ................. BrannlnR ..... .. .. .... .. .... .. ... .... .... l00 .... .... .... .... '.... .... ...... .... .... \/00 200 that the 'aroma, MAKING;;; : DRIP COVVKK. | and Indian'..trading- posts on tbe river knows, cud she thinks she lH e.-him."

may', not escape banks. It was known' as tbe district The One flunk tha overspread! tboYOUt4'8

6 KOplo oetoeto.asto.eostoltoltoetoo { K and allow .it to' stand ten or twenty of! Louisiana and lu 1305 was tnadv face told nio the fellow was

_, 0 minutes. It may be lilt hot as possible the territory ot Louisiana. himself only be would not say so. lie .
5, : UNDER WHIP AND SPUR AN AMERI:;A.I r rCLICY.Thonvh but do not let It boll ItYou'wie1! to pre The state, of Franklin which became continued: ,. ,

Want 3. I serve its delicacy of taste. Tennessee in 171)0 was 81D1I'IItkno'Vn. "The girl moots the man at social

: v Cannot' l'ropoo..I'Be Callfd"Uernocrate lartlaan. ,-1C, Drip: coffee Is made in tbe same way. as' little The now front city parties, at dances and takes fancy; to
.5' How Republican Leaders Secure'' heartily except that tbe coffeepot Is two stories of'Memphis was a mere trading post him. She asks him to call. Insists that
Consistent Amel.lcollsVIII high and in the upper section tbe' water and was not laid out as a village until he shall call. Now if I wore a girl I

4 llolls Bali ? ? I Congressional Action. Indorse the Philippine policy agreed Is poured over the Rrdands, allow. 1320. would wait till a young uiaii risked mo
e./ upon by the Democratic members of big them to alter through/ a sieve. : Celts were as plentiful In those days It be might call; !Ton have tongued' In

the senate committee on the Philip sA simple way of making drip coffee as pennies and much better distributed their! heads and they are not generally
:i I PHILIPPINE TARIFF CASE IN :POINT pines and hope tout Its submission asa consists allowing the hot water' ket for purposes of currrncyandbarter. bashful; !but; even so, let us ,say the

_ THOS J J. GRIER, o substitute for the un' m.lcllo policy: tle to come to a boll, then putting the The pioneers were perhaps) ,as happy girl bus a, right' to ask him to call; if
followed thus far may result] In a return coffee Into u bowl and pouring over It and ns well contented us Is the average she wants him to. lie calls; he sees
0 ..IIi Ps.u.d TVUbcs o(
It, Bill. sa Snpposed the boiling water. _The bowl) Is next citizen now.=-ArkaosakvOazette.COOKING. she lays herself,\ out to please him. It'.
I American
to traditional principles I
Contractor r .Jrl... Kloas _flod Help the ftplnoa \(- placed In the opening of the boiling/ II plain too. plain. /KlieKlpgk'i; at every
o c -Democrats Deem. It ThI says the St Louis Itopubllc. kettle and'covered with a saucer. The I remark he makes; she keeps! winking
J : .-'HINTS.
f.'rme1 :. and Dsty'to Thoro..hlr: Investigate. All While the imperialist Republicans coffee Is ready in about ten minutes. and\ blinking her eyes nt him tojnake

# Builder o Matters. o( L.citlslatlosi.During will doubtless assail tbe policy in No true epicure will allow his coffee! Don't add lard. molasses or sugar to him notice them and HCO how bright :.
question with aU the- Ingenuity and to. bo Into china they are silo bites her lipji constantly to
t .11 the' dlecuaaloti'of! the Philip' poured a coffeepot bread'If you wish to keep well and be ;
'; Is: prepared to fill your order o pine tariff in the hone of reprenenta bitterness at'their command: the truth This changing; of pots wastes too much wholesome. mak kthcui ionic. it'll, tilrls think fellows

Urea! Henry D. Green of Pen sylvanla remains> that It Is unassailable as a of the precious aroma. Potatoes baked thoroughly but not dou't notice these things but'theq.; .

promptly and workmanlike, o made a strong speech, from which the typical and faithful ,American policy.. BEATRICE! : !MILLER.. allowed! to turn dark are tbe best to be do."The

!vts manner.. Estimates furnished a follonrliiK U! taken: v It provides alike for the protection of used for cl'eawudlJotlltoe8.. girl asks him to go with her toa
and other In tbe ETIQUETTE. l Iqfturo .at her church. After I It; I is!
\ 1 regret-tLat.the presentation.of this American interests TEACHING \ If salad dressing curdles when being
*f :on construction,, work of'every 1 for the over he asks her to Ice cream and oveterson -
Independenceof ,
tariff bill was not postponed until weould Philippinesmd mixed add a little cold water stirquickly
Jf .have obtained all the Infortna,, the Islands under an American: protectorate. .: How -a..U..oman.' Inerraeed and It, will become ,quite the way home. That's the least 'of
description.K .110 Her Unpleasantly Small Income.When .. he can do of course. After that the
This rightfully
Uon necessary to Intelligently conntder government smooth.If .
S K -w-, ... o 0 a law which will so materially affec claims the lands and waters-necessaryfor MrsTDentlewoman: found herself ten be ground like coffee or crush- girl begins to act ns If he belonged to
almost at till dentil of her. ,8\\>a plane to meet him out places
penniless
the welfare of these1 people. We couldat naval military and coaling stations Immediately/ before boiling water Ispoured ,,
West Palm Beach Florida for cable ter- her gay clubman of a husband! she was and asks him to meet her. lie likes
and facilities submarine
___ i least have waited until the report upon It It will yield nearly double
been fitted for her well enough but lie's not a bit In ,
In despair never having
commission minals. The. Filipino government established
M ot.the"l"bU1pplne. already the amount of Its exhilarating, qualities !
n
any other occupation In life than glv love with lier. He's too poor to tall In
tula would be
completed and at time being printed under thja policy 5'
tio7to7eoleotlo11a3toleoSeo7soiiotleoleoaIUP at lovo'with lie really has not
ing great entertainments or assisting jinybody.
.was available (or a careful reading required tocorl' Into effect tbe treaty It a sliced onion and carrot are cooked
examination': 'It 'would bo) hard to obligations with Spain and looked to those of her friends. Things looked with teal.,It will be found that the money enough to( Tie nay girl's' young' '+
black for her ludced. At this m ji, for. you sue girls cost like fury. '
juncture

clrcum- for the maintenance and protection of very
explain why, under those flavor of the rather tasteless meat Is
No O SES stances, there should be any rush all rights and property acquired under she went to an afternoon ten and much Improved Veal cutlets rely for lie can't afford It
fi it while watching tho antics of a "So the fellow tl'lp80to draw out anti
I about the matter any unnecessary' the authority of tha.United States. was tli fir: (d..o..on. the tomato,sauce ,tbut '
haste. It certainly Would have bveu The policy now agreed upon 'by the! very' newly made rich womanthat an usually ''served With 1 h<:I'". slip away from being with the girl so
flashed through her anxious brain. much. She notices, that he's offlalr;
Idea
:
much, 'more satisfactory bad the members Democratic members :of the senate A dellfthtful' flavor' Is sometimes giv
The.next day, the following advertise I then she tips and writes him a letter
of thin bousajrt least bad an op- committee on the Philippines- muy not It ins
G. A. KUNZE en.lo !It'ukt l phtcliiK overnight .offend .
ment appeared in an exclusive society asking him whnt she bus done to -
'. to learn the commission'sviews fairly be characterized as 'merely a '
portunity !bath of oil undhvluvgnr. In the mornlug ,
,. la If
him.! She
tit and Builder ,.which would have) enabled them partlsan-'attempt,to> discredit the Republican paper. : I'I It lH- Wipebefoul Jhe (broiling, (but very very Sorry
Contractor she baa offended him she did not
"A' lady of culture belonging to the ; mean
: to arrive at more r 1lable'conclusion... policy.' It .is in- cCToct the enough, of-jtbu mixture has been absorbed
o -. best circles! both here and abroad, will to but he certainly must be angry, else
The cbalrman ot the"commlttec. on identical policy which was advocated It decided .
to flavor
Specifications l on Application. glvu u
from her
.Ilnbtraet'social aspirants''In the 'most ho would not sfny away so.
ways and menus frankly states that he by the ate'Presldent Harrison and oth I I If In making split a teacupful
soup
O. Box WEST PALM BEACH correct forms of etiquette. Strict.. pea The man saYI!!.thIng,. to himself but'r
P. 254 and his colleagues'have been obligedIn er eminent Republicans who, did not .of whipped crpiuft Is put In tintiirecn -
J-U-UlU drafting this bin-to depend entirely relinquish their Am l'lcuuitllllundur( creey maintained. I, Jimt; ns the soup Is poured over. 1 ,J'r..rI I
upon Information' received some bole the temptation of foreign contlue"lllul From tbat moment her ft.ture .was the Improvement' In flavor of the soup'

ago from some' of the couitplsslonera distant "dominion- gained- through the assured. She bad many unuwera. and will -uotlceuble.; This puma huusometimes

and urges that we.pass It for po other subjugation and government by force her charming manners Joined to ,her allot. ",'en. watery fault- 'r

b New Idea in Trunks: reason than that they recommend men of .aUen'peoples. More than one commanding discreet silence as Ito: the Identity of that is not at all agreeable which the sbU
her pupils broiiKbt'hcr many mor. Today .
action From tbe statement of the Republican voice was lifted I whipped cream entirely\ removes r
cbalrman It Is not at alt clear! 'what tbe in the early days following the close of she' is.doing:-well-\ery 'well in-

commissioners do recommend and up- tbe.-war with Spain urging that we l. General Grant'a Namesake

on'what facts, circumstances or conditions retain only naval coaling stations In I; A number of yearsago a son was d

they base their recommendations. the Philippines and refuse to 'enter II Porn; to u colored woman In the south. PIfLe

"I>\ e>,bIlL can hardly be said' to have upon tbe perllous'hMl sinful policy of' and as be wus her first she looked upon

been considered. by 'the committee It empire Inseparable. from. ita perma I 1I, blm with pride and Will much at a
self. nent holding of the Philippines a,/ an I, lose to find a namo for blm. Relatives

Tbey accept It In blind faith and ask American colony.Although and friends. ,Including her mistress,

this house to pass the measure on it Is true that this insistence !, were uppoaled to; hut although many

...'. ., equally blind(,, faith In the supposed upon tbe right ,bus I i>u .8U led names were suggested, all were'dis
wishes and recommendations of the within the ranks of the Uepuullcau party I carded

.-.*-. '\ z r,t uia five. !kings Jnto Whose hands we have/ I the right .nevertheless remains tba After many days of deliberation she:

<). w o. turned over the government of the 10.- 'right The Democratic policy now aid one morning to her ml.t..ps8Ilss!\

y' 000,000 brown people living In. those agreed upon In the United States senate I ]Mary, 1'lIu.foun l a name for my boy.

"t.......'" lands. This Is surely a case St the. !' Is I firmly founded on the right and I, I'm uolntf to numb him Delicious."

blind leading the blind., ; Is true to American principles.) The LTI1It "'V by,"' said tbt- lady, "where did you e
Dresser But why; do they expect the bill to : people of this country favor'such apolicy. get tbat home?"
The Stallman Trunk pass under these' circumstances .and Tbe Republican majority will ''Oh.'' .lle 'crlpd. "I'm going to cull

.+ Kepi-cunts a new 1des In trunk. It !. a conditions. ?, Simply because the few doubtless refuse to be controlled/ how blm that 'cause I want to name him i,
,? pottIedmJnga.owith: drawers instead leaders of the majority party bave ever by tile American desire for 'Amer. for Mr. Grant" ,
Crnya; 'a place fur everything, from a hat to a 1 1OIRLS
S. collar button,and the-bottom ia as accessible as made' It.'a party measure and proposeto ican dealing with the Philippines. -Tbe U'lieii It was explained: to her that
the top. Costs no morethan good box trunk.. 'drive it through this body under the subsequent accounting with the people I the great hero was named Ulysses and o'
with to examine.Tw
D.
4 Hhlpord' C. O. 'privileges

.. A. STALLMAN Isto allowed. : to presented dreamers that tfnperiallsm; ia not a winning In mind but Ulysses did nut ;

r e-r.,. 53 Vest,Spring. street and'discussed, nor is time given at'all Issue before the American people please her so tile boy bad to begin life
? '
.1.11" .CoLUMDUs. ; Out0 sufficient to discos*the merits of any burdened with the name Egbert Eu
tern;let alone the whole bill. This certain HONEST TARIFF REVISION._ jlIlIe.-Detrolt Free Press.
!} furnishes a good example of- how f7I I

tills supposed deliberative body acts Covarreeimaa Lewis Outlined the Posltloa > n William ,,'i.,'. Iteformatloa.William .
AC.. Dittmar without. deliberation or discussion. .? the Dentoeraej- 111 1 I Wlrt the great lawyer at. .

., If the government of the Illands' Is It is gratifying to note that Congress- toruey'general of the United States COST. IJXK ITCHY."

amass INrKouxU ever carried on In' the same bappy'go moT Lewis In his speech la'tbe bouse and Prosecutor of Aaron Burr'' when, he politeness-requires he' shall write her n
and- lucky, slipshod fashion that characterized of representatives stated and stood '
; I wits tried or' treason was stupefiedand a note assuring her she has done nothing
Dressed uamben the .construction and passage'of upon the real tariff reform pulley of the, I made sensuous by liquor. At times to offend him; that being kngtywith ..
:f Ibis legislation l
Shingles Doors Sash Blinds help the IflllplnosI apecluf from Washington says' of Oil one occasion while drunk be fell luthe ,, Ills thought really Is bow to break
'
,The Democratic minority; ot this speech: I street of Richmond. While lying from her' uiwl, without being
Moul. Iagsi. : Brlck.lIml. house deem it their duty to learn every "He said he' did not argue for free Sal 18 TAtUHT BOW TO BOW. Jjhere t asleep Miss U. tbe most beautiful rude away to get out 'of this entanglement

and Builders1' Hardwire I hlng"thar: can be learned Which 'may trade but for the Democratic policy of deed., The lesson are private and, the woman' !in the city to whom he was into which he Is being drawn; but of .

QR1 PIERCE,' 0 -> FLORIDA have a .bearing\ Upon this subject and revenue so adjusted as to work ifo secrecy of the confessional Is maintained betrothed c l4m" along, saw him and course be can't tell her tbat. ITe begs
'. would have you discuss this legislation harm to such Interests as really: need about them Urs. Parvenu Is placed tier handkerchief which woe her pardon If he has.caused her' any

after careful deliberation: They would Incidental protection but"be'' protested' taught bow to stand, bow' to handle her ,her uiiuie over bin fa .-. He wakened unpleasant feeling. Then she writesto

learn everything thai; can be learned against the; Inordinate! protection of train without taking headers Over It; saw the name learned the luclduut him again a long letter. Now what
about new'possessions: : and then arid giantswhich'. have fattened'and Is served 'and she reformed him. "
RIEQEL 'an Imaginary dinner and It Deveru"c.; Is a fellow going to do?
Dll\nCK\ & enact such tariff laws and all other leg- grown Into great trusts under the) oper. I "
West' II taught how to act as hostess; an Im.j j "Did he answer that last letter
t Proprietors 'will be- best for' the' Filipinos atlons of the Dingley rates. agluery danee Is given !and she Is Ells I........' said I."Ncv.

..,. and,Npt s for .the:iluer( st.' of. the That Is a statement that rings, true taught bow to' bow to sit properly; and ti'libert-At'eu't you afraid to be so he didn't answers the young

: American people ./ / and PalmBeach 1 am satisfied that many Republican ,",the entire country.. It has Miss Goldmines, too' Is taught how to is around}. "- he perceived that I perceived he himself

con&t'e8emeDo"do. not.'approve,, of this been tbe success of the Republican pur- wear her new Paris frills and bow to [ Kilty-Quite tbe'contrary. 't. Is the :was the young mau. It was out

/< y' Z, way of proceeding and would :willingly! ty to maker' millions of humble citizenSbelieve converse' in a fascinating manner when maD who !laughs tbe loudest over a at last modest though he was IIo cUd

have bad this question fairly. and tntelllgently'coastdered' that "tbe foreigner pays thetazan4 Introduced to eligibly young men. Altogether poker Joke who knows, tb.. least about not toll me. bow the affair came out l
? v> Drug 'Al'It Is, all that tbat.a prohibitive tariff ia the, Mrs. Gentlewoman's little the game. My wife knows tliaU and II but continued: '

the minority and all that these men In ole guarantee of living wages and heart to heart etiquette talks are a Is my cue to be the man who dues the.. "I wish you'd tell girls they ought to

.,t.q ;i i,1- .......-Store he majority cats t do U to place the re'eponelbllltynpOntthe profitable commerce In the home | great success And as Is only right, loud IlIurbtAer.olltoo Transcript.The be more Independent about men-not
"' .I'U: ;:, i' ; :; Shoulders of tire for the home producer she charges a good round sum for giving I' let them see so plainly I tbat the girl
majority leaders who have framed the But tbv tremendous growth and the the benefit .otter long experience. -r...".... LmsI.ed. like them."

,. -DBALBB8: IN' bill and dictated tbe rule by wbjch tbe amazing wealth of the trusts, ..protection Alice HILTON.Snes ,Cook-Ah done! BaU'd dot man "I thought men didn't like Independ
measure Is to be pressed through this ted from tbe pockets of tbe masss. "
outeu .do kitchen ma'am. ,fo steulli) But girls, 1 said.
.
body> and eventually enacted Into law. .. ar'tacti'tbat, can no, .longer be con- \ Palate Mlerebesv ya' lIu/oliab./ | "Oh, I don't mean In that way; I
Drugs ,Toilet Articles Here let :me protest against! these cealed. The people who pay these pip. Miss Katharine M. Montaguev a. Bol : l mean about girls chasing after menl
I great questions. Involving tbe lives, the era are scraping the'scales; from their 11 more' girl educated: In the scientific right.hu'y.114V Men don't like' Itv and they don't llko '

Fine Stationery anaDruggist's. liberty, the happiness and prosperity) of yes and taklno/ arsquare' look' at the deportment. of'Jobaa Hopkins university : / Cook.Yen'iu.. Qe.ain't{ got uu the. girls that do it. They think men
so many million humans, being mad. maws and': tentacles'off'the octopuses has beerf called' &t an uIII.tant' ,right/ for) to steal yo' tuguli. Ua glut, should1 be the'chasers If there are any
party questions end dlscaised and considered bat are disporting the government' In the 'pathological/ : department of workln' .keab.-rRaltlmorp News.He They like that: better. A girl"'-Bught ti
Sundries.. with partisan bias and bigotry; tank and being fed from the lIfeblood the Pennsylvania University JJcdlcol | be dignified And let a man come after '

10' debating' these new and difficult b>f the common people. The'more tbe school Utsa Montague has proved ,I Iberaelt' only confers favors generously bur.; Men will do that fact enough It A
PreeeriptronsCarefulllCbmpottndedEaet questions we'' should be governed by sweating coo.ume'ot' them the a phenomenally; skillful artistIn girl doesn't run after them. As t sayi
who ''wheu they are oiuron
iii pvurs
Coast Bu tne.a Solicited.J7E8T Impulses of tbe broadest statesmanship less be likes them and, the ,time Is'aboutcome. the fleld of painting microbes It Is f"rr.0. \ remember them no wor.Johlllion. ..- men lire not bashful.,
BEACH= and not by narrow partisanship. .to crystallise the common to be hoped she will not after awhile j CAT! SHARP. I It'
) .PALM : ,, Indignation. Imagtn that she herself has them all. I IMR

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H'' '''i MAlL\ Is some reason in. bis remirka.It OnTo Cape Sable. within the peat twelve months
i MIAMI BUREAU ROUND ABOUT MIAMI MIAMI ROUTE. '''" I' The ,roll wlll/C/ editorial is frotil, tbe! wbenclt.'II'teRmer ,. connect IoU'' can l lie

-Oll'- 1 'i )-.. was reported in Havana this afte moat',rtceot !issue of the'Key West: Ad- made in a few hours with this city

THE TROPICAL SUN links of Local News Picked up Discontinuance Recently Decreed noon that the Ilerrera Line steamer, verliaer l :-' v which wje have always predicted wilt! 1

'. Clibinet., owned by the Spanish Count' < dl. wrp Here and there. In Cuban eta, now making the circuit of. the that thefts nre some thing In this wlc*. terminal of',Florida! )vast Coast ttall,ay. v >,
Office In Anthony'Block, Twelfth Street near island, of 'Cuba under exclWve: Concession strength
1 A"e""eC. of ed world that money cannot do; and which may; ta'increase" Its .join
., Brief Mention of Currant Events Gathered Prominent C:, Cuba Ask for the l from" the former Government of while we tcceady: admire'' the vim and isfiue with the Southern Railway and

1 i ,h IJM1, h All wibicrlptloin, RdvertlHement. and ordern far by THB SON'S Ubiquitous; Reporters Continuance of Former Service Between Spain, !and tunning between Haven energy,.. of Mr. It:"M'. laller, (n ccik defy competition"

i; jab this work office.MIAMI.south. of Fort Lauderdale received at During; the. Week. Mlaml And Havana. and tbe inland'' of San Domingo, uodcspecial' struotiiig the Florida East: Cijast Rajl- """:"-

+ a f rb concession from the Dominica rond across livers 'and laltes( 'p'u; -
i1 ? Sun ". George Eugene Bryson sends \the Government, now-thai//'' President ,Roos. Miami' Celebration!
Do you read The. !Tropical ? ; ; swauipi! and overflowed' lands on ,\tl\e\ .. '
JULY 18 1003. --- C \:
\ FLORIDA t
n evelt' has assured the 'removal of( .n 1 It Is just two weeksj
1" Large and small tracts of land for Jacksonville 1Imel-.u I.on and, Citizen, rout from,,,St. Augustine to Miami, .Me
.4nv' fruits and vegetables. Townley Bros. the following,:from' Havana dated July discriminating port.' fee* against Cuban have never, as yet been convinced of day.before< the, deepwtV@fa{ ,
r' to haves flagged vessels, placing .the e.. in the 6th anniversary celebration, begins
The Dispensary ; the ol
3' appears Anthony Block. I4th I practicability malting a great seaport fir "
''1 : v"The as American coastal Nothing baa been left unclane ,
same
cataeory
friends fa Miami. Liquor men :: bf Miami i, a permanent deep ,
s no ;.or
Bargains lu'Uiproved and Association of Cuban Planters, "
uuimprov vessels under ,the I > "Stars and Stripes, make,tile, occasion the grandest which a
r w 1r and. Temperance men alike Rive; it ed city property.: Townley Bros. An- Havana Chamber of Commerce, Manu: will shortly put a boat on tbe Key Wes: water thoroughfare'of Blacayne B l' I has yet taken place on the east Cot: *

i'' the cold shoulder It evident that thony Block.: *' facturers'. League gold stock -and; grocery Havana route, and expect. later In the After repeated' applications' to' Congress For those who come simply ''t t.f fJft' '

they are all afraid of this bugaboo. Numerous parties have been here during '' xchauges the Awerl'an Club and I season to'' establish a' regular line 'oCufian and'no'doubt at lur'.uc considerable expense -1 the rapidly'growingtowu and' to te)

the pant week, looking' over the the l local, representatives! of sundry Toelgn ::. { steamers! l between( the ports '01 (they have' ut of:eedel( in entertained, numerous/ auinaeiuente''

A ,;red deal of favorable comment ground with a view to 1 inverting t in ProPerty Interests; ''besides a number\ of Tampa, :Havana Nuevltaa (L'a Gloria), securing Improving on appropriation Biscayne Bay, $for 3agooafor the Uave. beyii NrtJidedknnd[ : alt ;will\ Jj'!V'a I''

$, la !Ii0tti"l aa to the result or the newspapers Cuban Spanish and Eug Santiago, deCubaCape Haylien' Monte construction of channel iS feet jeep) good time;. .1'r ,others, \\'\\ta, come,

y o revival meetings in connection with Mr. Gallatt is making extensive Improvements lash, have'' visited>> Director-General, 01 Crtstl, Porto Rico St. Thomas $an :po- and 85 to too, 3 feet ''wide front the with more serious! purposes, ,wlu
,. Posts Flguerredo,:the Secretary of Stat mfngo City, Jamaica auTl Clenfuegos, come,,h the and the surrounding .
church. Rev. King Caw- In his barer! shop, which see city'
; lj; r the Baptist ; President Palma wharves at Miami to the sea via NorrU
Affair and
; ,. for Interior *, From Cienfuegos the boats would proceed with view to permanent
will add its convenience and attract. country a
of assisted to Cutlet a'basigof'iamedepth 6oO., feet
thorn Augustine ,
h tat: ; ,
hlraself, making protests against the with
? I iveness. / to Pensacola sugar returning ,ly locating'' here ample provision, lIa4'
Rev. Mr. Stanton I is an eloquent long and son wide adjacent to the
parsimonious spirit displayed( in the via The Hue it is '
to Havana Tampa. ; been made, 'and, they\ will b* welt.
.4 and practical preacher and his eer- Seybotd, the baker on Twelfth street Council of'Secwtaries as to the Miamimail stated, wilPbe" inaugurated with lour wharves at Miami, which'the 'railwaycompany taken care oTT .-.-

1 {;, i ; move to the young; men have! left a has a large pile of bricks near his lot, service, discontinuance .of which. : splendid steamers; all .under tbe Cuban' la.. to constiuct at.encumbrances its own cost From the. i real etitate! offices :they
be used in tbe erection of an additional keep same, free from
of: was
matter ]
lasting impression. as a economy) recently Bag; obtainreliable Information .abbu
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may ? II ,
store room next to tbe bakery. decreed in Cabinet. Arid, the'.quel'tlon:; -5-.- satisfactory tOI/ the Secretary of waD farming operations conditions as tbe

r Mia mi(\now i ia a second lass post- ,The new ,stone jail and county office may lie raised unless tbe order of', san I' The New Committee t'-at "all craft resorting to Biscayne Bay exist here 'tandRjT"etc.t\ without bel1:8
for commercial the
building Js fast approaching outside cellatlon of 'Contract' be 'withdrawn at When tbe County Democratic Executive purposes tnay'ua to' unpleasant'
subjected ImportOnitUn
:' office and it is matter that should I'
; a wharves and warehouses thereon now
The roof is finished
completion. nearly once whether any authority save that or Committee met at Miami Thnra-' '
I to purchase,thin, that or the1 other (own
afford much gratification to all our Owned or1' controlled hereafter builton
and the:'stately form of the buildingnow the of the itself be or
Congress Republic can days They took no) action. the matter lot or .country' property
citizens. The time 'rapidly approaching stands out to advantage.You invoiced toanunl a formal contract which I of" the election of the new committee Biscayne Bay by the Florida 'East Visitors may rely Implicitly upon

1'y a ; when free delivery will he will 1 be sorry if you wait too long was found In full legal force 'and effect the ballot 'bo>ees. for the aide Coast Railroad Company,*its" successors s..ch Information as maybe given them

{, t the order of the day. This city .is The early bird catches the worm and when the Cubans themselves.. 'took over election were turned over to S O. Fttts. or agRfgns, for aud,reasonable that rates facilities of compensation by'our real'estate! men: ny :i'b** r.lI,oor''

fortunate in having com pet ent and likewise the first comer gets the first lots the relmi of government; on May 20th and it is probable that the question R f proper: and are shaipers with ufldes(' w J. .-
hall be all
obliging; postmaster, who has the cheap. Townley Bros., real estate dealers last. The management of the Peninsular the legality of the voting will be left given to person corporations for axle, nor;, men whoM ',brea, '

assistance of a corps of able clerics. : Anthony 'Block. and Occidental Steamship Companyare with the State Executive Committee .to for the shipment.of freight to ter depends upon driving a "bargain I ',"
from said
railroad
or wharves out the
W. B. Halnlan of Melbourne is In not disposed!,.tq raise this point, but take such action as they see fit iu the which there is A heavy profit If t they
tracks of said in Miami for
the for the erection of It fa admitted to be an entirely feasible matter. company wish will
( 1" And, now Miami welcomes Senator city; arranging a lllre reasonable rates saw mill and novelty works on the south and just excuse which those anxious to The candidates elected at the side that the rest estate agencies'have' plentyof
Dimick to her list ot real estate owners be determined" by the Secretary orWar.
side of the river near the bridge cross have the additional malls the Miami election to 'serve as executive committeeman .'" good'property: both ''hi the' city"andCountty

s a nod house-builders. lie will put ing. The family will come here a little route assured continued are making the for the ensuing two years, are-: offered at reasonable'prices.AH .

; up a handsome block adjoining Nel. later.on. most of, in their effort to''stir up Con. Si. Lucie Precinct Nd. I, M. R. Johns TL railway company !' to spend ylll enjoy seeing ,,lhi* end of

I! eon's furniture establishment. :Like; ., Miami Is justly proud of her! up-to- gress direct the executive and 'Cab Jupiter Precinct No.,, a,' N.,c.,.Jones.' ,dollar ment for in dollar.this project wltUthe, but U. It S:has Govern-been Dade county'and' AiiI: I be...nterfslrii 111 t

l other wise and !progressive men he date steam laundry* It is turning but net to rescind their hasty action and arrange Lake Worth Peafuct :Nc>'. 3, II. :B. edged with conditions and restrictions layeatigating the! woudeifulj upporitanities

readily reads the signs of the times first-class work at reasonable prices. to have the service promptly restored Saunders* which do 'the which it offeVs. Let tall, com

'. in reference to progressive little Give It a trial: It located at the cor. and l hide,'uitely' continued. Havana Hypoluxo, Precinct No.4.. Cullen approval apparently of the l lotld not' East meet'Coast and see for theuistlvet.Miami Mews.Tt .

{ city. air nf n'Av..nu"n____ -and-- Fourteenth street.S9if _. merchants are Indignant .and outspoken i Pence. Railway and Ills not to' be wonderedat -.-......-.'....
In their denunciations of those Delray, 1'reclnctNo. J1, T. J. IJay ood. .
f I that they are now taking steps to ere was a shipment'Sunday from
I government officials responsible for the Precinct 0:6'L: Griffin
Election Return. Mr. Clifford L. Xlmanies has the sympathy Pompano ; J. build their line ferty miles below Miami Kissimmee of two tratnloads of, cattle ifr +

4 ', Tuesday it p,' ni.-The storm center of many friends in the loss of his now stoppage when of, the the east Augustine coast mails Route', Just I Is Ft. Lauderdale Precinct" 'No. 7.. Jno which will doubtless; reach Cape'; for the Cuban market: consisting): ; of 13
W. Marshall
Sable where .deeper water -
obtains.
'' in Miami tonight Is the telegraph office. father Mr. R. Fr Xlmanies, .one of the cars. "
r.' about to extend its rails south tbe 8'
along Ojus, Precinct No. M; F. tong
oldest and most promiuent residents of
and Avenue
the of Twelfth street .
On corner
N t 'i l St. Augustine. whose death occurred on Florida keys to a point forty miles nearer Lemon Cily. Precinct. No, 9; Warren.
D, chairs-were placed for the band Wtn.z1.lfrown' > .
'" Thursday, July loth. to Cuba. Mitchell. R.: R Mel nr. "t Vt" r.I'I."t':: i
and Miami's famous musical. organization "In conversation today Cuban ;Sen! *. Miami Precinct No. 10, O. A. Worley, Mnf a Bay'I.scayno 0.... H. Curry. SticundChurlve ;; ..'.. "I....,IUOU* (_
played appropriate airs while the The surveyors for the Florida East Coast H. UurthMlde.l"M.l I : ....9' /'
i I tor, who has been accused of favoring Cocoanut Grove Precinct No. tr, W. /" ,
crowd waited for the returns to come in. Railway have completed their work as .
With clever forethought the ladles of : far as Cutler and the region back of Cutler annexation to tbe United States, and\ ,T, Sboa Capital $50,000 .. ;
,- Jd J who does not deny 'his admiration for Cutler;,Precinct :No. iz, P. L..lenklns
ice It Is evident that the railroad
one of the city churches opened an magnates 1
fem American Institutions,.ventured the remark \. 11M:: : :I F FLOR.tD
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:\ ; I cream and refreahment room adjoining mean business and will open up a ,
that President Palma's Cabinet toq',' OUR, READERS. a
FREE TO
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: the telegraph office reaping a rich har.i vast and practically undeveloped country ,
often have hint in '
i Test from the passing throng. Soon the which will rapidly fill up with settlers appear to leading Botanic :Blood Balm for the Blood. -- -- -.

telegrams from the different precincts ". strings and are (constantly committing 1(__ you suffer from ulcers, eczema, This' IS'e the Season When Fresh
in
his name, some act calculated to convince
began to come in, and before II o'clock Miami's wide-awake nurseryman In. scrofula .blood poison; cancer eating Fruit. is Scarce

II It was apparent Mr. Boggs wu a defeated forms The Sun reporter that several par. Cuban that the executive now occupying : ores, itching_ skin pimples bolls, bone ................................................ Nhk .
the palace is not an American, Dains. eIJlngs. rheumatism catarrh -
.j candidate. There was a long breath ties are preparing the ground and clear- but a Cuban In sentiment and as palm or any blood or skin disease we advise ) i And in offering this line of Evaporated Fruits, o

of relief from the opposing faction, tol- Ing the land preparatory to September Otic as the best of those who 'fought you to take Botanic Blood BafmB.B.{ ( S.j). you get a big variety* of Fancy Goods: free' from bug
lowed by congratulation and hand and October of Especially recommended for old, obsti *
planting young graves. and webs. '
through the war'of independence under late, deep-seated cases cures where all
11" shakings. The good work still goes on. thus giving the banner of General Maximo else fail, heals every sore makes the i BEAD THIS LIST; >' ,
,1; There was some consolation for the of Miami the t
assurance center
becoming Gomez. 'But,' the Senator added all blood pure and rich gives tbe akin the :
r defeated faction. In the county in the returns of a magnificent and rich fruit-growing rich glow of health. Druggists per "Evaporated Apricots, J$ eeiitifpound .' t
.it'' which showed that Hon. R. Hudson section. these steps are taken in such rude undiplomaticmanner erge-bottle. Sample sent free by writ. : Evaporated Peaches, 15 cents pound! : : _,
as to.Injure the feelings ., tug Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. 'De- .,\ ..
J Burr was making a wonderful'run : Evaporated Bears, 15 censpo'nnd'Evaporated I 1.,
Building operations are' moving along of three American friends where scribe trouble and free medical advice ... ,. a
,. throughout the State. sent in sealed letter. Medicine sent eat ." Apples i j cents pound ;;' ;} lvr
In Miami slowly but surely. TrUaell'sblock one native Cuban is pleased' thus doing
Tuesday night will pass into history once* prepaid. Evaporated Pigs il&: cents pound .1' ,, .
nest to the barm in 'the "
States than
Telephone more
Exchange good ai& 1
in this full of .. line
? as a memorable one city Big California Prunealo cts pound,
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will soon erect its stately front and be home.
Interest and excitement. Large delega KNOX HATS-standard of the world Fancy Layer Figs 20 cts pound '
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the of all blocks Twelfth ,
tions arrived from Cocoanut Grove queen on "What Don.Thoma" appears to needIs -at ANTHONYS Baos. Fancy Fard Dates ia)# eta pound I :
Street. Mr. Frisnell showed The -
r' Lemon City and other near by places Tropical a few diplomats in his official household e GocxTSun DriedApMes 10 cts To r: '.

rt and helped swell the excited crowd. It San representative a blue print Xaldo may be a shrewd financier! ; sJi pounds good Roasted Coffee $f.OO : .-i. q'

4 la a credit to Miami tbat no misconduct drawing 'of tbe building. It will be a successful speculator sugar stocks 7r 33 pounds Beat Flour .I...u. wt >:;

marred the close of one of the most In. handsome and comm lo\1s. and know just when to hold in warehouse I" 17 pounds Granulated Sugar ,uo \ '; .,+ :' '' ': '
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t terest'ng campaigns In the history of Anthony Brothers the popular and enterprising and when beat to ship as well .. This elffnetare le on every box of the genuine. i- 3Gallona.ilr85cent2 :), ,; t .., ,

k Dade county. dealers in men's furnishings when to unload; Tamayo was a' popular Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets.. ,"3 eal'l1\UUr..25eetlt.! :. ,Of.",,0;'.' .,S Sw '

r'I at .. intend to erect at once a .new business physician in Havana throughout the the remedy that can e role In one day 16"pounds goad Rice, fi&o i "

Mr. Boggs fleeting. block on Twelfth street .just east of war, and after the blockade was declared NNNN.NNN..NN......$4.....,... ....... ........ '

Before Miami readers receive, this issue Gallatt's. barber shop This Is a fine location 'off Helped; returning refugees ; it. ANSTO 'I

of The Tropical Sun the result off and the firm will put up a build- from Key West to organize, with the ry e. D .

primary'election will be known Ing which will give them light and room assistance of those eleventhA,;; our' patriots 1 ATTOKHEY.AT4.AW LEFFLERUIAUI. .

throughout tbe the county but whatever'the enough to make a fine display. It is they found shouting for 'Cuba lIbre' Office-front Room, Ihtohett Building. A".. D. Twelfth St.. Batweea P, O. and FLORIDA 1i' '

d result Mr. A. A. Boggs may well be the hope of the firm to be ready to upon their arrival here the celebrated Kia.... Florida. 4-iS-lgo
move by October 1st. 'Junta Magna' which supplied most 01
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of the accorded him by
reception

ht. it Tbe proud the citizens speaking.of was Miami done from Monday the night.bandstand street The and buildings Avenue on C the, 'corner where of the Twelfth First those fill worthy the .offices((1)) created demagogues by the requiredto govern ROBERT[ R. TAYLOR Biscayne Lita and Supply Co: :- Shingles: .

ij \ ,
{ went ot intervention when Ludlow ,and. LA WYER Lath ,
;:''t,, I as a rostrum and the wide pavements National Bank is to erect Its home, have '
:
Brooke and after wooJ'got BRICK,CEMENT, LIME. PLASTER and HAlRl Sol
Came himself
Agents for Warnell Crates
r; t ,1-!! : were crowded by an enormous been moved back and now front on Avenue Office in'ostoffice Block. Pn.toll",..

::4 t F ;:)",''\ audience while around the outskirts of C. McDonald & Abrams' bicycle Montea transferred has a good to ,record Havana upon; Garci-tbe MIAMI, -' FLORIDA MIAMI J-14-tf, FLA, Box sae J, ''Ar CONRAD fad"' Mrvr ...,

f : the crowd were numerous carriages filled and '
s repair shop aud the old millinerystore 3-14-lf \ 0
bench and is regarded by Spaniards(
I" ',, with ladles. The scene was a bril will be transplanted and the walls "
and Cubed alike u a man of justiceand ';

., : place.of the new In the bank meantime will soon Kronowltter take their& high cannot/ personal be questioned honor;; Yero'and patriotism PT.P.? ATKINSOK. "*" FRHNK W. STANTON & CO.:. : 'i ,

,I': ing the greatest enthusiasm. Miami's Worley are having the exposed side of as an ATTORNEY- .
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a f",' brass band discoursed sweet music during their tailor shop boarded up. element educator he charges stands high him: with but the discrimination colored- NOTARY. PUBLIC .OUR_ SPECIALTY}; "*. '

4' the evening MIAMI FIA. I
T. j. Johnson, living on the Cocoanut against/ them, and one of his first 11-lB-lV '
'i! Mr. Boggs was at his best. Without Grove and Miami \ Fancy East Coast Pines :
road an old resident official acts was to stop the teaching ol ;
, ,t any effort at oratorical display beheld I A. WOKL.KY, ;
p and ad old soldier honest and industrious the English'language in Cuban public G" ,. ,
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the close attention of his audience from 14 '
e ;> there I while absent from home on the schools; Terry'knows just -the kind ol ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, = Vine Street Philadelphia:, 'i" .
j!, start to finish though were many __
1t' Fourth, had his house broken into and a relief. ,millionaire planters of the great ,
interruptions of haod-clapping and General practice(. state and Federal Courts /
' J'i' the of gold watch and $30 In money stolen. He sugar belt like himself mostly'need but All busiueu entrusted will receive. prompt at. Growers: of Florida Oranges and Grape-Fruit" V
cheers showing approval many tention. ;t ;
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strongly suspects who the guilty sympathy It is .
of the listeners. Without dissimulation party hasj'.ltle reported, for Office, Brown Building, Ave. D and lath )I \
Is, but Is not as yet absolutely: sure. A the discontented 'colono' and miserable Street GROVES LOCATED t "' !
r 'j ,; equivocation or any attempt to straddle MIAMI FLORIDA'B.tablkh.d :
scoundrel who will steal from a .hard peones composing the 'shiftless poorer LUe & Stanton Terra Cela Fla. &
both aides of the factional political fence Armstrong Stanto.Palmetto. mj 1
working old man deserves little mercy classes now calling for work'and; while Knox & .
Stanton, Llmonla .
f : the speaker stated plainly the most In ...., 7.,, Fla \ ,
W; s- and it is hoped be may soon be, cap Senor Diaz's experience .as a railway 187. 1"-- !I. 1003 r
W- prominent points. in his platform. He I i I
titJ i regreltedexceedingly: that his opponent tured.,,. superintendent and engineer may be Capital Stock'$10 oo.00 "' .. .. ...- ,

''!if had not seen fit to take part In the cam. Mr. W..H. Pent the popular proprietor taken ss an assurance of his ability asa Somers Brothers Company Pianos

palgn, so that the voters could know of the. neat little barber shop near the< I machine man, the fact remains patent Organs, Sewing Machines; -. i iI
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.; postoffice on Twelfth street, has spade that, as a builder of railway. and representative fITTS.URG. JPXNN'A. .
f, where each stood on the issue of the sell direct from the Factory S
arrangements to lease a new building of great.transportation companies The
Commission Celebrated
Merchants : Schubert Piano with
3 .. day.Mr.. Bogg made 'an argumentative/ to be erected at once, into which be intends he has never displayed particular Wholesale The Conover Pianos the Cable Pianos.Mandolin Attachment

t sensible apeecb, dealing sharp home to move as soon as possible He interest in turnpikes, macadamized Produce ,Dealers The Kingsbnty Pianos the Wellington Pianos, ,

;" Y ry F'' thrusts at the opposing faction and be will have an np-to-date shop, with In. highway and "Country public roads',', Invite consignments Dade County The Chicago Cottage Organ/la twenty.oine tyW.

certainly added to his reputation a. an created facilities for his business Including now so necessary to enabje small farm. and Southern Florida of Fruits Vegetables At the Very Lowest Prices, and on Liberal Term. -

,, ''t Intelligent man, who hot and cold water baths, etc. His ers fo move. their crops and products ,to and Produce, promising prompt CauI8ue.. and :frice..PnrGls ec! on Application..

$r+, knows accomplished what be wants and knowing 'present quarters are too small, hence the the ports and railway stations." sales Immediate at highest returns.W Pittsburg. prices, and Old iBstrimeats. Taken la Exchange TU Celabrataif Slsgir'Siwloi "wqliwW.

dares uiaintain>> his principles. lecesslty: for making the change. When The Senator may be:accused of pessimism : refer to this paper, Uidlnr Dade County Needle'and Mtaenmente for all kind.prompt of Att..t Bewh a U-K-. J.Mail 0r4rg. wIll ,..,. ,," 4''tl+
be vacates the store now occupied it will II not lack of confidence in the hlupenk MtUburj Benkiandotherwell known A1)M. qa.UOR.

. y ,.. Vital'. Brand Clotblug-AWTHOWY'S be the borne of Fine's News Agency. new republican II, institution, but there anaoci.l.landlsa.ad lad reliable flourcv: of bwlneie information method, eg, to our 1 I-U D.ANDUth!gfaiAlRIDA\ aT" J e 'XBIOKSON p ,

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/, + Ts .i atlO1i'ICIAD THE TROPICAL Stftf, WEST PALM ,BEACH: FLORIDA FRIDAY JUT" 18, 190!. t.

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RETURNS, OF BADE COUNTY. HOW TO MARE GOOD'COFFEE OLU TIMES.. ITJ: IhNNESSEE.Wli : .......................

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-,- .- --, Simple XtlrrptlAtt' Which Anr Woin.Ciiu .. .-n I't-ltK' Wore' nm IMpfTtlfnlP ..

1Tu: ,' 1 a. Follow.It .BM|,.. In lint Stntu. i : Should a '!

t ; has boon on\1<1' that the !good coffee Probably few pcopleltuow\ that the 4 *

... to brewer Is born, not' made \Vhlla this ortelnal name of tl *".1ttte of 'l'OIlOe"s.

.,.to'..,!.d., ., .I Is true to a great extent, allY one may ... wait "'i jaklin\ oi' th4b luTNU tbl. 4

j 0 s I learn to make/; a delicious cup of coffee Salaries of flie! Ofii erg"of tbl4;;uoiurnonwunllli : ; Girl Pursueii : :i iI. 1

r: ," after rending th,,! toll#'Ylfl] IIlllrE'c1.oll": TM-VO paid In 'pelt"-" but Uw* tot- Y
..to.'j'. ) <: \ los 'liiK I* ft'corruct copy o ,tbo law: \t '
'f i U. H. Bmmtor .,,, ., .........;". M al or """".'" ...... ...:.............. ."" u: 1/1 II' 4au al 9 t In the fU-yt'places i piiK-hnse smell\ oof- / "(
'' ConRINMHIUAO : Davli y......... ............ .... .,.. ..........' 1 9 80 111)8 811 18 81 u 7a4" 94717B a9 as Htl[1 '800 tee grinder, and grind y.ur roffci1. In nit It unacted.' tlieVfiitnil"usn! / ) Mari ?
..floor me/fon rt .;.. .. / ... .... .. .... .... .. the. It 7. J
Ju a. u : t '1'110.\1.;\ '. <.. .... .... this wIJl"bsut'e of '' bit of state of 1 KruukliuH.nd !la
II *./" wVtivr.jr/;; /...'y.Viv..1., !! ...e...... 4. 19 184 514 11) 14 U 9 181 21 9a / way you Ri-itlng; enacted l ',
Hooretaryof, Stnt,,,, .V.V.V.'J,.,.. Crawford ....,.....* .......... ,9 9 D 9R la 83 26 99 liii 89 84 LtlfB :' the true ur&rua.i : Next,tnako your <-oT >o' hereby by authority .k; >f tb*
OuniptraUer<......... ............ ......... Jroow.i.:::::...., ,,,. ....... .:::::::: N U 18 iR T 94 ]N IT 40 n 18 111 n Lab In a pdt of granite liixtrml of I same't'< that from and utter tli 'ht day QN.......:...4..N.....4tt
q ..-............. ..,.?.......,.... ....... .,51.1' 75 79 d 7 II ut IIn 91. 411 90 IIIJIJ ".." warn tn: of, January, 1783 the nullifies 'of Hi\la r' .
IiallroAdComm.. ,,,..,... ,M. .........?.........,, 82S 1111 uo 1/1/ :.III 111 11M n... 11111 l nil an aUH .. and >be sure ,to.place the empty pot t *, ,. ,; 13roWaogryxL' ............................ ,..48 JI 11I1 4 M 11.1 11 16 1/7 14 a 11114 }....17.!; t the back of the commonwealth bo us tollo"wit: : you Avrlto! a
: D..y".M. ...,. ...... ,. \ II. II 111 t6 K 114 :91 10 '. ... I "Ills excellency the vel' 'W"t; I' .lIld the young
I' governor,
; ? W..rcl......,...,., ...... ........".............." .1pres. ,11n7 4 11 1 II 1// II 7" 8 8111 ;;... Stove in order an I' ;
H ; illn j' ..;. 11:111: 18 11 ion 11:1 1 H51 ......, that It J v unto. 190 deerskins ... I ;
r' 1to u attve ...... It 1-3 1111 111 IIn nil 177 llU 90 < 38 IIUU may "Ills honor the chief eon 'VAbmit\ what"tnt4?; I.
.... 114 18 1q 7 11 1111 1OO 118 9N 1184H84 .have thorough I Justice. I "Oh' cUIng gcoJ luo %iJQ'l'il'llI k
TTAre lennr .7 : 9 111 11101 10 Nl 11'7' 85an 71 :3 no 61 tin 904' healing before deerskins. ,# .i'- ctr'v ul1
.. :Kilttn4. 1:1:1: 1 19' 1111 188 /140/ 91 OliO '848 1 The! secretary to his excellency the. liow th.y''ought' id l''I'Jf.'tIIt' ,< n.'' ,
\ .I lit III 2/1 16 -iaID lIt 87'S3 93 807 ..... tbo coffee I .
W .. lint II II 111 111 47 49 10 48(1( 118 grounds arepiaeed'Id governor' ; OOO raccoon skins' "Tliey wo ldnt..1ICII.11t: l If i did!< Huton I

"r t d : 149 I 28 10 19 18 31au 840 : no 93 *48noa "County, clerk, 300 beaver'skins. what special point cd.yoii thlnl\ : ;JJi;
7 unty Comml ; ; .., .; .. 112 6 1 HI 11 47 1440 117 7lfl It. I Clerk' of the house conf, tulvico as ot.iommous. :Scir!
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Ra 19 9 10 99 R? 88 18 384 Next '
'as' :::: :;:: : : :::::::::::::::: :::: l 179 nl N 17 31u 64 ITT na 17 50838U r9t' pour the raccoon skins. '" ''f" mant" '
1
.H..2.... : 11MIHO 0 111 211 II 24 111.0 99 Blllt boiling water lfmi "
"Justice's tee serving "Oij, you k.llow-I I rurA'IW"+( III l liunfniiiinoriid
i lUll 11'' 1 111 16 84. 00 ;11111 110' 19 InL IIH\:\, into tbe pot (dL for a"'warrant, ;, :
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; IIU 18 11 HI 1:1 n 114, 1111 81 9 c.\' 'nllukahin' '" "about ftlllit. cljilfc'ng' \ ; al'U-r'
16 8 1/1/ 18 241 174 84 tU not 1 744 over the cotreetiThbwntermust J I I hal To.; !'tis't" roO ... 'i''ll4' ;' follows" f
pgKUtimben 74 N 18at 43 88 84 92 .
:::::: ;::::: r: :: : : ::: :::::::: : ::::;:: l 109 19 .10 18 'IB 69 lou% 00 19 g3 157aoo lie Idl'lI\1I'jJ, lw L..- >'..... ...... ..L' l,." Mu! "*Vbutdoydumenuinpluln| EuglUlj? ',1, '

; IIn Alit .:10 11 14 21$ 1:111.3 87 848 ..... hissing ,hot. al""III)1 river and on the west bt iltbnt < Instance farts! ns',ITlrnrrntlvp.General'
School 3HI II 9 211 38 87 111114, 1111 97 UHl"' 681 Next close the
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I/Iln/ 1/9 11111. GO 1(10iiO8 4N'" 90 ((141 641 $4S great unknown toast region obscrvnt:ono,are tint. .!." .
Hill 1919' 111:11: 37 60 .'." .. 6711 all coffeepot very ,, ''Louisiana.,: like this I know
It lien thnt
was { a "terra InI VjDlIIf : H
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Jii tIc of* tliB Peaca ..... : : : : :::::: :: ::::: : :::. :::: :::: M ::::..I:::: .. :;:: ...;:::. ::::.-:::: :::::: .:::: :::: 111 laM that tightly tbe In order I I cogultn" save a few canoe lamlliiKH there is, fl fellow I know I tUnt u /Mill, I

---------------- ----------- ---------- aroma DRIP COFFEE.\: : and Indlan"trudillg' posts on the ,river knows /and she thinks she Ilke him,"

,I may not escape'and I banks. It was known' as the district The flue flush that' overspread the

ottooKo_ OIIOIt01toR01t0110 to i allow .it to stand ten or twenty of, Louisiana and lu 1803 was made youth's face told, me the fellow! Was

o minute It may beIIAKIKO as lot as possible the territory of Louisiana himself only be would not say so. lie
: It, UNDER WHIP 'AND SPUR AN M ERICA..t POLICY.ThouKh but do not let it bolllt"?ou'wlsll to preserve ', The state, of Franklin, which become continued: : n

_ Its delicacy of taste. Tennessee In 1700 iiliucstas' "The mints( tbo
: ,t Propoinl It" Democrat. It was girl man at /social
v Cannot Be Culled. ParttMn. .Drip: coffee Is made In the same way little known. The now great, city parties! at dances and takes X fancy to

5 o How Republican LeadersSecureCongressional Consistent Amel'lcon"VIII heartily except that tbe coffeepot Is two stories of Memphis\ was a mere trading post him. She asks blm to call. Insists that

;; : 5 high and In the upper section the water and was not laid out as a village'; until h& shall call. Now" It I were a girl t

I'A: muse Buili ? .5 Action.PHILIPPINE Indorse the Democratic.Philippine policy members agreed of ia poured over the' grounds! allowing 1820. would wait till a young idea asked! moIf
by
upon them to filter through a sieve. Pelts were as plentiful in those dnys he might cull.: Men have tongues: In

5 CASE '' the senate committee on tbe Philippines rA simple way of making drip coffee as pennies and much better distributed their heads, and they are not g generally

THOS. J. GRIER Ir TARIFf IN POINT and hope tbat Its submission Asa consists in allowing the hot water' kettle fop\ purposes of currency, and barter. Dashfxil; but, even so, let us .say tbo( +r

It i substitute for the un-American policy; to come to a bolt,' then' putting the The pioneers were perhaps as happy girl has a, right: to ask him to call if

I 2 Bill P...... ... Snppoindiri.l>.. ot followed thus far may resui In a re coffee into' a bowl and pouring over It and as well contented as Is the averagecitlzepuow.Arkansngpazctte she wants htm-'to. lie calls; he sees

Coii actor X *"S-T. KlB..- Ood Help tho. ni|_ turn to traditional American principles the boiling water. The bowl) la next : i f she lays herself out to please blui. It's

; ; o Pino*-DvmoeratB Doers It 'Th.frDuty says the St. Louis Republic.!! placed in the opening of the balling I plain, too. plain.! She giggle, at every
,H* A kettle and covered with a snticer. The remark be makes; she keeps winkingand'blhlking
o to aronshlr lavestIgate'AllMatter. While tbe Imperialist Republicans HINTS.Don't .
rand
coffee Is ready In about ten minutes. COrKING
Builder \ her eyes at hint to,.Ililt ke
.1o will doubtless assail the policy Inquestion
: o( L.glalattea.During No true epicure will allow his coffee' '
him notice them and
how
'' r odd lard, molasses or sugar to sea brll'btthtr ;
the'' discussion of the Philip. with all the ingenuity and to. be poured into a china coffeepot broad'If you wish to keep well and be' <>; site bites her III M constantly to ?

:; }Is: prepared. to' fill your order ,2A pine tariff lo the hou e of r prefentl1'tlvell bitterness at'their command, tbe'truth This changing of pots. wastes too much wholesome nink/tliein look. led.! .I1'ls" think fel-

promptly and I.n"workmanlike Henry D. Urcon of Pennsylvania remains, that It Is .unassailable as a I of the precious aroma. \ Potatoes bat .u'' thoroughly but not '10wa't1 a't notice hose things but they. ,

.oo made a strong spuucu, from.which the typical and' faithful American policy. BEATRICE M it ten.: allowed to tur .dark, are tbe best to be'' do. -

o manner. Estimates furnished, following Is taken: \ It provides alike for this protection of used for aK'djoUHoeii.) ., "The girl asks him to go with her to o-oa

t .'90 construction wovk'oI'every'' 2 1 i I regret-that pre.eotatlonof this American and other .Interests in tbe TEACHING ETIQUETTE. "- If salad dressing curdles when'being Iqfturo at her church After It Is

0 tariff bill was not postponed until we i Philippines "JTad for the' independenceof mixed add a little cold water stir over be asks. her to Ice cream and oys-

desortptlon.. j 2 coned have obtained all the informs tbe islands under an American, 'pro-' How Mr. Onitl.wonsiitt< InorevneilHr : quickly, and it, will become quite tei'g-on the way home. That's the least

1'' '' pWest tlon necessary to Intelligently connlde tectorate. This government rightfully CnplMiuitlr Small Income smooth.If he can do of course. After that the

| -- :- M n a law 'which win so, materially, affec claims the lands and waters necessary When MrsTTientluwoman\ found\ her. tea be ground like coffee or crush. girl| begins to net as If he belonged to

z 0 the. welfare of theses! people. We could for naval military and coaling stations self almost penniless at the lentil of .ed immediately before boiling water l la her ,81io plaits to meet him out places?

Palm Beach,, Florida 5X at least have waited until the report and facilities for submarine cable terminals. her gay clubman of a husband she. was poured] upon It, It will yield nearly double and asks him to meet her lie likes 4

It < of the ,Philippine, commission, already The, Filipino ,government es In despair, never having; been flttod for the amount of Its exhilarating qual her well enough but he's not n bit In

71011 o7101ao11 O11o11ola0UoSUiilo iltols oBUILD completed and at tills time being; printed i, tabll bed under tbjs policy, would be any. other occupation: In life than lvIng'great '- ills,. love with her. lie's too poor to tall tn "

,was.available ,for a careful reading required to.carry'Into effect tbe treaty entertainments or taa\ttt\ng\ \ / If a sliced onion nod carrot cooked lovevllli Anybody.: He really has not

and'examination. It would bo hard to : obligations with Spain and looked to' those ,of her friends. Things/ looked with III..lt 1 will be found" are that the money tmouRh, to T fe any girl's young

explain why, tinder these circumstances tor tbe maintenance and protection of very black for her' iudoed. At this Juncture flavor of tbe rather tasteless uiuut l Is majl; for., you ce. girls cost like fury.

HOUSES( .. there should be any rush all rights and property acquired under she went to" an afternoon ten. and He cnn't afford It.
I .. much Improved. Veil I cutlets rely' for
'' about the matter any unnecessary the authority of tbe.Unlted States" ,, It was while watching the antics of avery their flit vor'onthe tomato.sauce ,that "So the fellow trip*to draw out and ,

-----j- haste. It certainly would have bleu. The policy now agreed upon by the newly made rich woman- thnt an le'usunliyeerved, Vvltli slip' away from being'with the girl so ,

much more! satisfactory bad the tnein Democratic members of the' senate Wes flashed through her anxious brain. I tlicin.! much.: She notices that he's, ottlglr; ,

G. A. KUNZE bers of this house.at least .had an opportunity committee on-the Philippines-may not Tbe next day. the following advertise I''A delightful' flavor Is sometimes sflv- then she ups and 1 writes him. a''' letter '
to stank
(by pldclng It overnight In
r to learn, the commission's fairly be 'characterized as merely a ment appeared In aa exclusive society aaltl11 him 'what she has done to offend .
j a bath of oil anuWluvgar. In the morii-
J Contractor and Builder views, which would hare' enabled them partlsan-attempt,to> discredit the Republican paper: ; : I I'| log It Ift/w'lptxl b..rllbe broiling but 1 him.! She l I. very ,very sorry It
to arrive at more reliable conclusions. ''policy. 'It.1B In. .elrp.ct the "A' lady of culture; belonging to the she bits offended him; she did not inenn/
enough of ftthe mixture bus been absorbed
". Specifications: on .Application u. Thd chairman ot the"commlttee."fmways identical policy which was advocatedby beat circles! both here and abroad' will to II'lve.J.t u leclded flavor to, but. lie certainly must be angry, else 1

and means frankly states that he tbe bite President Harrison 'and olb. nstruct.social' a8|>lrnnta"ln the nioat ho would not stay away from her III).
P o. Box WEST PALM BEACH forms 'I If In making split pea soup a teacup
: 354 aDd his colleagues have been obliged er eminent Republicans who. did not correct of etiquette Strict so- The titan says,tilings. to blniHelf but ':
tt4fur ful of crwnrt IS In
a' i Whipped put tbov
C In. drafting this bltt-to depend entirely' relinquish their Awerlcanfpiu, under crecy maintained. | tureen '
t tbe
is.
JUlil as poured over,
upon' information received some 'tin1* the temptation of foreign (conquest anddistant"dominlotr From that moment her future was, soup
the I+unprorement In nnvor of tuu '
assured. She had soul| (
ago troll some- of the commissioners gained through the I I many answers and
wllli !btr tiotlct'tible. This purub bun j
and urges that we,pass It, for no other subjugation and government by force her charming manners Joined to .ber *

New Idea in Trunks: reason than that they recommend such of alien 'peoples. 'More\ than one commanding discreet silence as ,to tile Identity of sometimes Is not at a all flat agreeable even watery which matethat tbtl.

: action. From' the statement of the Republican voice "was lifted her pupils roultbt-* her many O1orl'1'o.day -

J chairman It is not at oil clear what the In the early days following the close of she' is'doing -well-verywell', In. whipped cream entirely- removesin

1 commissioners do recommend and :up. the war with Spain, urging that we 'r .
neml Grant' Namoaake.
on'what facts, circumstances or conditions retain only naval coaling statlona'intbe
.. I A numberof' years! ago a son was d dn
they base their recommendations.T9a Philippines and refuse to :eoter torn} I, 4w
to u colored woman In the south
y ..biIL.:can> hardly be said to have upon the pcrlloui"1h 4. sinful policy of II
and as be was her first she looked up.
been considered,.by the committee It empire Inseparable- from*Ibe,. permanent I
on him with pride nod was much at u
holding of the Philippines as/ an I I
self.They Ions to Bud a name for him. Relativesand
accept It io blind faith and ask American colony ( .
friends. Including her mistress ,
this house to pass tbe measure on Although It is true that ,this insistence ,
a were appealed to; but although many "
equally blind 'faith tn the'supposed! upon the right has I/'n.sUlled
twines were suggested all were die
i wishes and recommendations of tbe within the ranks of tbe Uepuullcuu! pary I II /
..L : wnuk"ni carded.
five kings Jnto whose bands we have the right.,nevertheless "remains tbe II '
I After! many days of deliberation she \ .
1 ( turned: over the government of tbe 10.- right Tbe Democratic policy now ,
said one morning to her mistress' : "Miss. "
: 000,000 .brown people living in. those agreed upon in the United States senate I "
!Mary\ I'ze: found a name for my boy.
; M lands. This Is surely a case at tbe' is ftrmly founded on the right. ands I'm going: to name, bum Delicious."
blind leading that blind. true to American principles The
"
'
"Why, said tbi lady "where did
But why do they expect the bill to people of this country favor such aollcy. you \'
The Stallman Dresser' Trunk get that tin meT""Oh"
pan under these, circumstances and ']> The Republican majority LH
she cried "I'm going to cull,, /
''r Reprenenta a new'Idea ia trunk. It tn a iondltiops Simply because the few doubtless refuse to> be controlled will t 1ai
t rls 'blm that ''OUIIO I want to name him
portable I dreaMna;caa with drawer intoad of
( :
American
the desire
leaders of majority party have ever by tbe for 'A
trava; a place fur everything, from a bat to.a for Mr. Uran,"
collar" button and the bottom la....,....Ibl. aa mlcle! tta party! measure and propose icon dealing with Philippine The
"
s the top. Cuts no. more than a good box trunks \Vlioii It was explained td' her that
to drive it through this body under the subsequent accounting with the people
8hlppd C. O. D., with'prtvllegee to axatnlae. the great hero was named Ulysses and
Two-ueut..mp; for illuatrated catalogue* party whip and spur: Not an amend I at the polls should convince the empire I
not Delicious she was somewhat dla-
F. A. STALLMAN ment ia to allowed to be presented dreamer! that Imperialism: 1i Is not a wlnilng ,
,, ''tnrbed'In' I mind but Ulysses did not
;b end discussed: hor \Is'tlrao at all Issue before people.
given the American
vF S8 we Bprlnc Street. her I
please so tbe boy bad to begin lifu
I sufficient to dlscnss'the merits of
r-1-lyr' coLDMIltts. OHIo any burdened with tbo mime Egbert Eu
ttemlet alone tbe whole bill. This cer- HONEST TARIFF REVISION. ,
..elllt.-Detrolt Free Press
fr i tam Inly! furnishes a good example of bow 11

his ,supposed deliberative body acts Co......_.. .wl. Ontllavd tko Po i I

,/I' c. Dittmar without deliberation or discussion ', Itlom of the I>.rao.rney. William William Wlrt.'Wtrt'r tbe"grt'ot R.lo..Uo.lawyer. attorney IJJiJ 'II
,
If'the government'of the Islands Is It Is gratifying to note that CongressUiaTi -
DBAI.KR. : IN general! of tie United States "OU L COBT. LIES ,URY."
r ever carried on in tbe same hltppJf'trOlucky. Lewis in biB speech in the house

*JloujfU andDressed -.- slipshod fashion that character- of representatives stated and stood cud prosecutor of Aaron Purr'whm bu' politeness'requIres he'sball write hera

t led the"conBtructlol1" and passage'-of'' Upon tbe real tariff reform policy of the I was tried 'for treason was stupefleO! note nasurlug her she has done nothing >

tunbett.Sblngles his legislation Kcan only say God Democratic party. .The Constitution's :, I and made sensuous by liquor. At time to offend him; that being Angry

help the Filipinos! : pecluf from Washington says of thepeecb ,he lost all self control.nnd self respect with her l la the least of his thought
Doors Sash Blinds, On occasion! while drunk be fell In
The Democratic minority ot this : I one His thought really Is bow to break

( Mouldings 8rlcki; time Lopes deem it their duty to learn every- "He said he did not argue 'for tree 'f I sea IS TAtOUT HOW TO BOW. l' the streets of Richmond., While IrIO&1Ullere away from her aud, without being

and Builders' Hardware.Rf ; hing"tbat can be learned"whlcb"muya trade but for the Democratic policy of asleep Miss\ O, tbe most beautiful rude, to gut out of this entanglementInto
Tbe and.the
deed.
,lessons are private ,
woman-< In tbe city, to whom he Willbetl'olbO
> re a bearing: 'tfpon this subject and revenue so adjusted as to work no which he Is being drawn; but otcoul'lIe.
PIERCEJ' FLORIDA of the confessional is maintained

secrecy !(), slue along, saw him and
would have you discuss this legislation harm to such interests as really need be can't tell her that. He bogs
about them. Mrs. Parvenu Is
after careful deliberation; They would Incidental 1 protection but protested plated her handkerchief on which war her pardon If be has"cnusml her any
taught how to stand, bow to handle her her name over his ta .... He wakened,
Then she writesto
feeling.
learn that be learned the Inordinate protectfon'of unpleasant
everything can against/ ; !
.7 train without taking header* -over It; saw tbe name', learned., tbe Incident,
about these,new po.susaloll. and then tariff giants which'. bave'fattened' and him again, a long letter. Now, whatis
DunCK & RIEQEL an imaginary dinner Is served and she and It reformed him.
Beverages.
West ; nact [I Is taught how to act as hostess; an imi I'
Propriors "
will be best for' the' Filipinos tloos of tbe Dingley rates." t I .. ho answer that last letter
'i agluery, done Is given and she Is HI. ..ob.me.6'IlbertAren't .
and "' tot, tb. lutere. the That is a statement 'that ringe'trgel said r."No.
Palm w :% Jteyt" ; t.of; taught bow to bow to sit properly and
.. kmarlcAA people s and clear to tbe trust ridden conan you afraid to be so her didn't. answers the young Ri
to use her fan in a dignified manner. kuowlug about poker when *' wifeis
1 satisfied that of.theeutire'couotry.. It has your mo-n'eniphatlcally; then be blushed for
.am many Republican mer. '' .
I how to
Mis Goldmines'too: taught around}
Beach congressmen do. not;'approve, of this been the success of the Republican party I he perceived that I perceived bo him
'
'
iher new Paris frIUa and bow toconverse'
way of proceeding and would willingly to make: millions of humble citizens! wen I Kilty-Quite, th'contrary 't Is the self was the young mau. It was out 1
1 1 in a fascinating manner when man who laughs tbe loudest over n at lust modest though be was. lie cUd
\ have had this question! fairly and Intelligently believe that "the foreigner pays the
'. e Introduced to eligible- young men. ALtogether i poker Joke,who know the least about
\.0'1' DrugStore considered.: At it Is,"all that ax" and. that a prohibitive: tariff is the Mrs. Gentlewoman's little I not tell ma how the affair came oohbutcontinued
the My wife knows that and It ..
game. "
and and : '
the all ole of living
minority that these men tn guarantee wages
beart to heart etiquette talks are a I 'Is to he'tbe dues the '" 'I
cue who ,
'' my man tell to
"I wish you'd girls they ought
li tbe home
.
the majority ,COO .do J4 to place the re- profitable commerce > mar.
r great success. And a* Is only right,
--- loullluolrbter.ollton TrirttscriptPrlvll.c. be about mennotlet
Independent
ponslblllty'npon: the 'shoulders of tire ket: for the borne producer. j abe charges good round sum for giv.Ing more
majority leaders who have framed the But tbe tremendous growth and the. t them see so plainly that tbe girls""
the benefit.o tier long experience. .. Limited "
-PKALSRflINDrugs bill and dictated the rule by wtt lcb the making wealth of the trusts", ;protecon 1 i ALICe UlLTON.Hi like them
The Cook"': Ab dune nuh'd dat man "'
1 thought men didn't like Indcpend-
measure Is to be pressed through this fed from the pockets tbe

body and eventually'enacted' Into law. e., are facts that can no'-longer m88"1 outen .de, kitchen u7a'am.o' strullu' edit. girls," 1 said ''
.
:>>.!... Ml.rob.>, .
Toilet Articles yo suuuu./ ,, | "Oh. I don't mean In that way; I
The who
.. Here let: .me protest, against/ these cealed. people pay Miss Katherine l[. Montague a Daltlmore '
:'Mm Jllstress-You did perfectly rlylit.Vary after meal
about girls chasing
the scales from mean /
Teat questions Involving the lives the erA:" are scraping '
1 1eyea girl educated in the sclentlaodepartment
tbe and of and taking looUl the Men don't like It, and they don't like
liberty, happiness prosperity square
Fine Stationery anaDruggist's so many million humans being madeparty laws awl tentacles' ot: the octopuses of7Johes; Hopkins' unlver- :, -Thf Cook;...Yes'lu. lie, alai got; uu the .girla thnt do !It. They think melt

questlope and dlscosscd and con- but are disporting1! In the governmentank slty, has been called'ag an asilstant .rlKlit: fo to. steal\ yo' sutfuli. Ha (lID', should the chasers It there are any;

'.;, Sundries. Idered with partisan\ bias and bigotry, and being fed from the lifeblood In the 'pathological department of work In' Ueab.-Uultliuore News They like that better., A girl ought Ube
Pennsylvania, University Medical
tbe.
|> ..i i dignified and let a man come after
In debating', these 'new and difficult ot! tbe common people. The'more tbe .
scnool. Miss. Montague bas proved He confers favors her. hn wl|l do' that fast enough If A
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded questions we should be governed by sweating consumer sees of them the herself a phenomenally skillful artist only !generously

East Coast Business Solicited.JVIJST Impulses of the broadest statesmanship j tees he likes them and the ,time' Is In tbe field of painting microbes It Is who acpvitrs. :'wheu< they are mice'c-on. ,girl doesn't run after them. As t says '

) ;!: ; .PALM BEACfh, and not by'-narrow--partisanship.- bout .come to crystallize tbe- common to be boped she will not often! awhile Jobmiun'i'' men are not taibfnL"KAT SnARP.
Indignation
j Imagtnt that she herself bat them all.

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,, ,,. ', 6 THE TROPICAL SUN WEST PAXMBEACBH: : ', P"JiQID1:." tI JAY JtTDT 18, 190*. r ""q 4'q

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Building: : LOCAL CARD No. 41.

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O6UTHIUI ID-NIAQ: DOWN "

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Only the Best of Mechanics ,
a9 No. as MAIN IIHC.
D"I1' >Dat" !t. .
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j Sp r w., Employed, on Our. Contracts.. tool. !.,.,.............?..' ..Jaokeonvtlle.. ......... Ar C' s t4.Bp '\I
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PALM BEACH, Co> ..,. .. p .. .................. .. .......... .... ....... J ......, '
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erection and repairing BulldlnJe"of alt description*, given personal. ....... p..I.: : :. op.Biup. ..... :..::.:..:.. 0el.. .....,. "l! .
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FURNISHED ,: a
jA'if. attention. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS ....... \ .B Sd apt
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ON APPLICATION. All work well and promptly ....... .:......... ....... ell3. s V.'
done. Reference given, if desired. .... .. ...... ........ .::1"i. Lauderdala....... .............. 'S6a u '
11 ....:..f/1 I r .........:.....,........Llln.on Vit-.................. atela a. .
w 1I Completely_ Equipped for First-Class Plumbing .......1\\ 0 Ar............iU... .....Miami,. ............ .... l.r. "
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.... d 1.II.tr.Residence on Evetniu!: ,Street, near Lake Front. P..-O. Box 361. BUFFKT PARLOR CAM ON TRAIN W AND,'1&1 1 --1,)

I'I I BRANCH LINES SOfEDULES. '
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:' 1; Want a' '- No. BTDallJ. N..ee No e8 Nb.4t No.41 PAZ.AT.KA. No.45 Ne.41 No.5O No. l4 ND B ('
,; : I Dudiy D4 iil : Daly J) ur BJt.zIUlir 1)atly) Le4I r Dslty JAal1y Ls11P
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BAM MATBO BRANCH.
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I t I II II. T. Grant Contractor and Builder is prepared, to give t ate. Ar v, ,. ...............,..,..$$uMet.u.,...,... ..,, ..,......,... e86 JOo.
> :I CopyrlgH lSOB, by W. R. Hear.t. prompt service and'satisfactory work to any, one heeding t3 :3 '

I' f', The Children. Want a New Gam: anything in the construction line. Bun l.:1t= ie No.Ddlr Bun 10 Lahr bsail 808 Ea 8uk Lrt y Dui lei'o

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s New Yorfc Journal.. Call address ,
I on or Iv Jacksonville Ar 1 0o S to p J p
r if T..GRAN v ep p Sate 8 JuoksoaHlo Lv e to a s e7 et p e p ;
H. T Op 4a p SO 10 a Pablo KMBh.tlanjUffpli area W 1) %
1000. 111 p l 16 a e IS a r e6 4 p 0
added during the /i ip p
more were year _
i' : THE SUBSIDY A GIFT.. There are from fifteen to twenty df i 6-6-1902 WEST PALM BBACtf, FLORIDA .. 00 O0 to eo a Ar mftJFiy"* iv. 000. e a u m 0 50
Dials rly.rRouta BlMplag Car op.rst.q on tralni f Aso 8iN ,
these ships all built In this country. .

; Under this bill they jrlll be allowed to . .
t j't Nothing In Alleged Argument draw subsidy on sixteen trips each per '- No.tl bally BA.NFOBDBHJLMOtt N.. 12Vally Dally No. Dally*. t l)B .ANOIfTY Daly euyv.

of Frye and Others. year which will enable the company f'1.0tflh: n People e T5TTTJ8a ..... ue l q..., r p I 'firwru Lv... JJ. Smyrna..A; r p ..
to receive from the government a .
very; .Loke
Lv.Nim........ v p 5 41 P *i a I.V. Hden.Lv' + 1 4
large amount of money. I S3 a yv.0et..n...... v 1 a s p UMi Lv...Orange OK" {,r / p
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tiro 11 45 a Ar.Orange City ot v U l p
.f.ea s
r. Lv..Enar p
I EEPUBLIOA5 OBITIOrSZS THE BILL Next lB'tb: old Pacific Mall company. I Who are thinking of building' a winter home la 8 69 aBBOa Bnnford THloo: : a__ .I r

+ ; I I In this connection we are reminded< West Palm Beach should WHITE to : .Th M Tlrna Tsbl.tshow thetimes abrrblrh/rains maybe rpeea4to arrlVa an-1 epaM
thnt this company once received from / from th*wiviiral station.,1 but their arrival*r departure at too) Glues stated It nut K uran tu d., r

+', I i ........P !.!... Arm M>kl>s ]Mo..y... this rovemment.years ago a subsidy ot : J. M. M. BROCKArchitect from nor do, **th*Ooq ant hol4 llwlf rWD n>lbl for4nyd.IayorSny Qonuquciue tai 01.re- h'

I,y I".t..f. PBClBo Mall Compmmj.. $500,000: per year. Not satisfied wit!

't_ is: ..bady-Fhlh.rs. .a A.. Not Aalc. this It proceeded .to lobby'-to Washing. and Builder Peninsular fend Occidental Steamship Connections nt(,j'iamA., / i
for Its methods excited eo
f+ (Ii/: .... Alma-Fornr FMt !.!... That....' ton much scandal more. an Investigation was ordered for Plans and Specifications. Contracts for any size building: BBSTTWEKBr-MIAMA., RKV; WEST AI P HAVANA, '
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F Y, ,$ Ram vritkvt and It was found that the greater whether hotel or private house, given personal care and supervision BQUTB OUIfJ?, T WQ-RTHJBQtTJffJJ,,

1r Transcript recently pub. part of thIs munificent sum hot I ... ..... ....,
\ The Boston Address, Went Palm Beach Florida. :r. .'oM"" ..iMor.. Weds..r..r..11 L... AevanaTuel.Thur 00"s

rt'i; lls'liud'aa' article by Edward Kemble,, been expended In lobbying for a greater . . . . .t'*r.lteyWestTue..Then.. ." We.1! .Tuib TUo'e..................,.,..,......14 f |5Q lip 5 Ar.KnyWeNTru.Thnre..........i.,,...................ll 03*J : ,t
xiy
form president of the Boston chamber sum, and so It was cut off' from any __ : vane.W..".. Trie..........;....... P | Ar. Mlama. wed.. FM...,.?,,..,.;_.!.. 0 'o4 commerce, on the Frye'subsidy subsidy at aIL f i u r top,.I'Time| Car4 44' aanyAgen|, -

) lfll. Ur. Kemble Is a Republican, but built Tbere ships are already other lines prosperous et American, which JAMES m&' H0LLEY J. D..RAHJTPH Aaat. 0.....TM, Agent, BT ATJOTT3TIMHJ, B L !r
not oae of tbe kind made blind by pro7Ir
bill
1. will receive a benefit under tbla
{ tection. Following is an extract from Mr. Frye explains that tbe bill Is In. L
I -* BUILDER <
t7?{ JJr.: Kemble's article in The Transcript/ :: tended to Inciease and build up the _

l l' The subsidy bill which has been submitted merchant marlife. It Is safe to saytha1 .. FLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED or APPLICATION .

;: to the senate by Senator Frye It will not add one ship''to either of WEST PALM BEACH!: FLORIDA

teems to have for its chief object the these: lines. Their business i estab l8tfEast -..- "0 I\. ... ___ t.-...... ..
of to lished' and they will build new ships
making of a gift public money -

,r' j.tail j' several American existing' stealDl hlps.line of At prosperous all events, as and fast no as faster tbelr-subsidy business or requires no subsidy them Coast -Lumber b and d Supply Company p ZCTeriinondPhiladelphia.. 'W..hlagton Boston Atlanta Baltlmor

And a* for new lines for foreign trade. A.hiw/tie Chattanooga Loul."Ule
: this will be tbe result should It become
It the ships most be built here it will Cincinnati St. Louie Kansas City 71b
< law. lie calls it a bill "to provide for
be established,
be years before any can Detroit Cle..land
mail service, for the common It at aiL No new line was brought into PitfaburrfSOUTHERN :
General Office Eau Gallie Fla. Chicago. _Cc,.
Ii and to .
defense to promote commerce existence by tbe subsidy act of 1801. ..

encourage the deep sea fisheries." Our All lines which have benefited by that Yards Titusville Eau Gallic :Iort* Fierce.
r .'co lmerce". Is larger than ever before act were already established when It ,

-both our foreign trade, which is became law. Furthermore, our shipyards : the
are full of business. It baa been
commerce and our Interstate trade; Material of all kinds.
stated on good authority that it wouldbe Complete stock of Lumber and.Building Sash
which Ic commerce. Our deep sea fish. :
difficult to contract for a first class Doors, Blind and Builders' Hardware. RAILWAY
and strong growing and '
erles are large i /
ocean liner to be delivered within three ,
prosperous. They are not asking aid.
e .rears although smaller vessels may be
'
We do not find fishermen begging for will Address all orders the General Office.p .
turned: out. Not one new fisherman to
-' alms at the doors of congress. Furthermore it bring into being. How, then, will ROUTE OF'THE CELEBRATED TRAINSs. ". ,
what tbls bill to donateto
proposes
this bill if enacted Into law, "Inerease"or
the fishermen is not a very princely "build up" our merchant marine THe Soutl.err.a Palm Limited
Bum, Tbe amount Is $2 per ton to the &Xi&3if: %
'
There are plowing that ocean between
vessels and fl per month to the men THe' WaaHintfton, lUcHmond and
Europe and the United States
(when actually employed. Fishing vessels possibly fifty lines of steamships anti TO ALL, INTERESTED Floi da Limited .
average less than 100() tons each.

So thls>donation may average $100 per of most government of them never money received even one for penny moll -TEJE THe New,YorK And Florid )Kxprcss
to each vessel and from 90 to a
annum ;
carriage! two of them receive a EAST.y
Only: TO THE
$12 to each while to -
possible man. I
subsidy. One Is our own American line,

and steamship making lines money already will go established hundreds I, he his other service the receive French.one IJne.' dollar No others of subsidy In Penisnlar Electric Constrnction THe ,Chicago And Florida Special

/Of thousands If not millions of dollars THe
-the Cunard line none, the White Florida Limited
.. .
every year. Star line none, the two great Germane1p1'e. COMPANY
The first of these lines above referredto .. lines none. These four lines .. '. ,a THX NORTH AHO WEST
American line, IS NoW the of the of West I
Is the so called plying last named are the fast lines of the open to patronage public "
between New 1Y0rk and Southamptonand Palm Beach and vicinity.
world. twenty-five
They own some
owned by the International NavIgation Pullman Shaping Gar I.ine.Jacksonville: to ciicinnaU(l ,ls.
more of the fleetest ships In tbe world, Construction of .
Electric All
company. Tbls line 1 Is already besides> many others. Not one of these Kinds. Asheville, thr. gh "f h. Land of the Sky." ,i
'
receiving from the United States a subsidy fast ships receives any subsidy from Annunciator, can lie)In, narglmr and Fire Alarm System a SpeolaUy. Through trains vis..The Southern Railway are operated in s

of $750,000 per year. This bill any government. These lines however, ALL WORK OUAKADTKKD. M SfOfflcea connection with tbe Plant System and Florid East Coast Railway
;Will Increase'this amount and increase are paid for the amount of mall they t* PuHnan SlMlljr Can and hotel M9 Cars on all throliCIi !
the number of years during which aIl carry, both by the United States and In Jefferson Block, w| 10-18-lt trains.Ask. r
shall be to It. This line Is '
eubnldy prosperous or If paid it Is not It ought to be Great Britain at so much per pound. P. O. 394. ,. : West Palm Beach, Fla. .far.- TloKtU via Suthsm. Railway*, Oprreep.udeps. .'. ..Spllpltad.PU. Mffl

so. No one can travel b.lt or read Its C '

: anything freight and about passenger shipping!lists business who knows and We'know D..t..t of no other.pradh6 Cause of dls- 1C Fr CARRY, ft*. P... A fc, loa W. Bay St., J'-vw.. .,, .

come to any other conclusion. The act gruntlement in the Republican partyso 8. H. HARDVICK V H. TAYLOR:, r''
If, which it receives subsidy likely to result In Its demoralization
under now a
became a law In 1801 or 1892. It au- and defeat.as Its palpable and persistent BOND & BOND COMPANY oaS PAueag.r At..... he'| Cta.1 I PMS. Agar ,

+ tboilzed contract) for ten years. It Is abuse of protection. Insistence up. w..iaialtoG, D. C AUanl*. O.. :
said tbe cntrnct, with tbls line was on the absolute sacrednsss of the Ding. (INCOHPOKATKDt) ,.i._.-.l$. 190. ; 4''

dated abend-tbat Is, from 1805. If so, ley schedule to face of overwhelmingproof MANUFACTURERS OF ._
(when It expires In IDOlS tbe line will that some of them are serving no -

Lave received about $10,000,000 underIt. other purpose than to promote monopolistic -

Two of the ships will then be about extortion Is so unsupportably offensive I
twenty years old and all four of them to consistent protectionists that LVMBERJTWANJSHINGLESI L

iwlll have passed the "up to date" pe they have ceased to make any attemptto BURTON E. COE GO.
Coder contract excuse'It. Tbe area of discontent .
riod. the existing they
Flooring Siding and 0Brclt Lime and Cement.
.
Ceiling, !
are required to make twenty knots. Inside of tbe party Is Increasing day by

They actually make about eighteen day.-Washington Post -IN. STOCK --
Gravel
/ knots. So it would seem as If a good Roofing 1. Concrete Asphalt Paving

salo of them had already been made. 17..........,.. h.t..tl... OFFICE AND YARDS 3.1.1902

lUnder1 this new bill however, they will The protective tariffs/ of this country '
ON F. E. C. RY.
This
Company, ,after doing considerable work tor r''
receive a larger amount per year and a could be reduced 80'per cent without
contract'for fifteen years more, under .he: loss of any considerable domestic Between Poincetta St. and Lake Worth. McDonald, McGutre, Mr. Hamer (agent for Joseph Jefferson)

which Hiey will receive at least $19- trade, because tbe margins of the man- Mayor WhUldin Dr. Munyonv W. P. Jlatohett, Anthony .
OO0.0OO! morel ifacturers would be proportionately reduced :
Next the Ward line, which owns rather tban'admlt underselling Brother andothers, will go away for the present but. will Lit

many ships some plying between New by importers, and tbat margin would LAKE WORTH BOAT WORKS, back to complete contracts for work here and Miami In t

,:fork and Cuban ports and others between itlll be large enough to Insure large A. T. HOSE. Proprietor. AUGUST. Any one desiring work 6f this kind would do well ."It II
New York and Mexican ports. profits, while the consumer would find
Launches, Yachts, Sail and Fish Boats Bow Boats aDd Dinghy. to write BURTON E. COE COMPANY either
It was year ago called the Alexandre the cost of living greatly lessened. On Jacksonville 1 .
line and has always made money It Is most of the articles the protective tariff Built to Order Overhauled, Repaired ,or Hauled Out. or Tampa.. Our prices are reasonable, and all our work Is -fff; [

t constantly bringing out new ships. could b4t wholly removed without hurting Boat. Yards .t Mangonla. guaranteed. ,''II' :
?three, or certainly two. were added .o tbe domestic market through for ; !.
.. WESTPALM BEACH FLA
10-18-tf P. 0. address --East
Coast
p the line during the year 1001, while twor' tlgn competition.- -Kansas City Star. Work Solicited ,', :


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,'. father in 1834. Of tbe seventeen chll- Rent I : I.Be .
OF Stop Paying
NEWS OF THE VETERAN
HAPPENINGS dren he was the eldest and one of tbe .

"INDIAN three now alive. Your Own Landlord I "
ABOUT OUTSIDE? WORLD WAR were ''
TJIRSTAT1 "There no railroads 1 Iqjillsuou )
r .. 'I Per Month, with only 3 cent 1 1to 1'/
'j per
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: '. '. ; when I come here be said. "We '
't' V. i ; ; go J!!! :
Paragraphs of Interest Corieernln Items of Interest Boiled Dawn and Clalborne Webb Now of Mlssour off n-steamer at 'Sibley and r-ba,," lI"ed O.; interest: per> annum, will buy ai.6b'o ;t

the'Great State of Jlgjddain Prepared for Busy Reader .the Only Known ''Survivor.' In! bls Country eves since. .There 1IIIa's = $ Home or. Loan < ',

.In H1tp7th.YearrThe plenty ot' gamein.! .,those) days I sloe \ 1 tit, t
f General. Record of a Wt k. NBW' ANt' ORIGINAL CLAN
;,w.,, .. on one ridge in this county and counted :
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and Trust 'Co. 4'
} T: Standard Gimtrmty
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over one hundred deer. f never eepetfted :
I The County Conjmlaalonera of Colutt Several people were killed In aw strei. .following interesting ,.sketch :la f would live;.,to see the day'whethey Cuplis.f, IoIMd1'hboooo.OQ; ", k 1t/l"i/ >rW"a,28W.OO; '.,'
.. issue of the Kanst
ola voted an approprlalio 1 car collision la Chicago last Saturday taken from a recent couhl '
couu y'have : ';hardly be found In this IU-
'Hibiscus Palm :
+ j>f,*SQO for tbe State, 'air to! bee. held at The United t Staten Crulser Brooklyn, City Star: tire United States. We had lot of IImalt WM. V. ARMSTRONG, Jr., Hotel Beach"' (:
soldiers and volunteers who will|| MI'Ollllllab'ollt It:. Write bun
the ,
Of 500 Dado end Brevard Counties
Agent for
City. \ with the of thclate. Lord Pannci .
i | body game, such as quails, prairie chicken;
under command of Colon
the
foto, British ? to Washlni marched ..
Ambassador" and ,
turkey. ,
t A red, wifteina
< rCochran, young Seminoles III
r of '' ton, bad/ arrived in England, Zach..rv, Taylor 'against, the "The'e were a good many Intflans I 1 10 FRQFEIONAL CARDS '
rg? aged, twenty-five years, Cartej; la Plorldavbutone now Dyes, so lar as i Is
altd Lord Kitchener, the British comn.an" this country: during tfto early '308, but $: 1
141118, near Barlow,' was run over known, to tell the story of tbat,cam.palgn ROGERS*
i11 'M 'C by a south bouoiAstern. ( der-in-chieUip South.! ..Africa, arrived I i In The last military operation :they weWof' a lazy and indolent sor U.0.CHIUUMaWOHTH, OBO. a.OU.nICIIIIL.INaWURTII& Y
'eves He met wlth-a The bucks would, never work. Tbey
England Saturday. mat !
.
"v took the Ware
the Remtnoles place l
against : QtTRKJ:J J' r' Silver
: +
nlficenf'reception In London. '- spent most of their time in hunting 1'0(1 : ,
; Htttall cyclone swept over westeriftlon to' latter! part orJ837. Tbe solepenslone fishing In around 1'be COUNSfLLOffS f .: .
or laying
t New York camp. T.TORNEYS' ,
to telegram'
dowi According a ,of that war and probably the only auivlvorr I '
blew
weenwhich
last
Plant : '
did whatever was to be done anll 4 Tea
urjdretls l of panels of fencing!;,, a grea the Chicago Record-Herald, J. p. Morgan is Claiborne, Webb, who livenearBlue squaws usually earned the living.' Their principal ,Vf'\KtPalol\ Heacli. Fit) ..: Spoons
& Co. will let take attnal '
on August Ma.MrT I I
many trees, crippled: one horse ami kill Springs, i 7-5{ forn Le and
: control of tbe Louisville & NasbyllleRailroad. 1 occupation was :weaving, basket; I .- upq
\\eif.some cattle. Crops were notorious : Webb Is now itr his eighty.ieienthyear which they bartered to the whites ror eaaA% AL.. i

jjy, hurt He was but 31-years! of age I provisions, blankets and aniniuulttot \'V.' + q able--Spoons
JKdward has been removed from
King oth of
when he and fifty men ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
'The recent rains have helped tbe yonng ,The I tribes here when I came Were tbe '
and hall been take '" '
much, and will\ save the"81Jange Buckingham palace Jackson county, Mo, enlisted in the volunteer 1 Shawnees and the Delewares, which aterwards NOTARY PUBLIC.Will I'er Set, ,$1.50
crop* very board the royal ;'Victoria an-d
yacht
of the Kissimmee section, on company of Captain James Child I were given reservations in tbe prsotloein County,staia and j,IsJori and up ..... .'-. ,'
crop Portsmouth.. "h
i Albert, at The yacht wicrulse \ of Independence waa ln service but Courts
whtah estimated to be as largo a8 Indian Territory.'Independence.-
v | know ... near owes. sis months, receiving Injuriesln thetas .' LAND CASKS A SPECIALTY. "
svstage was ,the principe Per Set
Other crops are only an
lastyearr The second week of the Chicago and most decisive 'battle near Lair the then There 1 omcehl TROPICAL Sam Block Knives
weather town in county wa f3.and.upPrice.
account of
l on dry freight handlers' strike finds the sltuaiIQII Okeechubee," n Southern Florida no :Kansas City." > i West Palm Beach Dade County Ilorlil.

:Tbe Florida State Fair, will\ be'helibifs practically unchanged. Twent Of all Indian wars that {u Southen: I '

year at Lake'"* Cltv? beginning Noimber thousand men are idle and no shipments :Florida is described by the aged vets- -- 1 H B. SAimDEKS, Jr.. onSterling

| siand lasting four days. Lark of merchandise are being made. ran aa being fraught,with as hard, if Ilot You Know What You Are Taking t

premiums and purses will be offered The has beenannounceof ., with greater, difficulties than any other i/ When you take Orov '. Tasteles ATTORNEY AT LA W. Silver

: and energetic work ht appointment ,Di..ease..llwamp8.. insects and Corner Olive anit'.Datura Streets
4 n last year .Slr. iao Chen Tung secretary of t>) venomous' Chill Tonic because' the formula' I Ia Quoted on.Application

sparing for"great fair will b{mme' Chinese embassy to the' coronation of 'dangerous, reptiles,, ,were, ,combatted !'S plainly printed on every bottle.shpwlnj; 14-1 WS3T:$ PALM BRACH, FLORIDA ,,

lately began. Premium, lists- will bt King Edward, as-Chinese' Minister to t : writ as. ,red mem Long marches: wet that it Is simply Iron and quinine in ;a I .

ued.sooa.Here's,. the United States, to succeed Minister undergone .Dd.,oftell' whole companle; tasteless form. No cure, No pay. SackKRIPPENDORF'S <<: : A. J. LEWIS. Rallrcad Watch ''
Or. went for days without their rations.
a watermelon story/from' Wu. I .. r
"ATTORNEY-AT-LAW +
ado f' .< :here was] an exhibition at third A terrible explosion occurred: In th. i The Seminole war was caused by at LADIES' SHOE! and NOTARY PUBLIC. TIME13PECTORFLORIDA' !'

> G r1.CdmJ l\nY'88tore. this week mines of the Cambria Steer) Company, ,endeavor upon the part of the United a t AMTHONY: BA09. it Aaeatol the U. S. Fidelity a:Guaranty Co.,ol EAST.COAST
"Vmelon that weighed seventy. i Statea government-ta drive all Indiam Baltimore, Md.
/
it Johnstown,Fa., on Thursday of Ins PLANT SYSTEM x
? .d.a[. half pounds. It was with 1 1I' ilibers week. Up to the present tinge one hundred westward ncross the Missouri river -t. Office at corner oFClmiatlaAvenue unilNfirclHHuH .. ABOARD AIR'Li1VE
so'large that It 'was Dot The Creek'; tribe .., a whole were force "'Street over roliul'M core, 14190V JACK>QNVILLR & SO'WESTERPI} l
I' and forty-three bodies have been \ cut raliit lleaoh. 4
?. r, l II\11y\ consplcnona account,, .of Iti recovered' : to terms of submission by.'General. ), An ANSWERING JUDGE BALDWIN R. J. RILES r

', '!$.watermelons'\ are no ratetj j, drew Jackson In {)814 and "erecompel/ed/ I'. 1J11ANNINO,
re," ,''A Lord Salisbury, who for many year, to yield their lands, But the Seminoles, \m Edltov A.kn. ,Wit Shonlda'l .H %' ve 228 West Bas' St.. tCKSONVILtB- FLA.

ran been premier of Great Britain, re : who were members of.,this tribe: ,,,escaped American tVorkm LIv' Wail Attorney and Counaellpr-at-L-nw, "
The Board of Trade of Jackson vllltwillkive \ III ned his office last Friday!, Witbli Into :Florida. There under the leader '"There are''too many lace curtains 1 iivorklngmen'a -
'
a grand banquet in the Wind ,twentv. our'hours KlnL Edward eleva: ihip ''of Osceola', who ''had become a ( homes," says Judge film Onire over Bank,)

not Hotel, l in that city, on Wednesday] ;ed'Rt. Hon. Arthur. I...:"Bnlfour, ihi trained: soldier In the government ranks rein B.': Baldwin of the supreme courtof a-i6 1903 WEST PALM BEACH, FLA ZPIIOIIL'SEXPRES'SIlnrnituro ,

a July.join,.In honor of the Florid dele Government ,leader in the House of end Sam Jones, an Aroerlcftuized Indian, Connecticut. ,

gallon! ill Congress. It Is expected lhelthe t Commons, to the position of premier. they committed many depredationa upon Also Judge Baldwin thinks the AmerIcan JADIIS 13. ANDREWS, moved Baggage

banquet will'\ excel anything ever Mrs. Eloise Bridges,! Erwin;. once a eel the population, destroying both lives [ workingman cats too mych.' Th< tran,ferrnd and general
given to Jacksonville along the semi started with knowledge that' the wage !orner ben ATTORNEY-AT-LAIF. done at
orated actress,,having! Jeferaon ind property and devastating' whale< druylntf; reasouabla.r'tites. -
line,>and there will,, probably be betweenbree Booth''. McCreary'% (: .and Barrett lections of the country. Several campaigns "eafa twice as much meat as the European NOTARY PUBLIC, -

and four hundred* guests,including lied at her home I in! Kansas City\ Sunday against'Osceola..and Jones, all ol worklngmau'1 depresses thlilurlst. Pro.eeutingAttorney of Drevard Co. Two-Seated Carriage ,:

t iged seventy years. .She w known the < which proved (futile were made by Gen; His honor adds: FT PlEkCB AND TlTUSVIttE, PlA.v .
Or Single Buggy o O
staff.A. ''Is spry stage'as noise Bridges and was the 'nls Clinch, Call and JeM tp. A detach "The whole American nation Is spend- 5-aS-lyr -

successful: grower of fruit in a original Gretchen in Jefferson.producion *, newt consisting of Ita men under the ng too much In eating and furnlshliuh ., ;: For hire by hour or day.

uall way. lIe la showing today with of Rip: Van Winkle.I" I ,, :ommand of Major Dade w
e .-asiderable pride figs from a tree During terrific thu.Jerstorm Sunday ;d December ;98, 1836 and all but three much richer, people;are not saving slouch -' Attorney and Counselor-at-Laui. ,I 12 06.tr' ,

knlchjie planted out as a small carting ifternoon la Savaquah.Tbtrn.e R e.'a private a were killed.\ This Wholesale In proportion to Income' as fiftlrears ) --" --- ,',- I!
t The treer ago.-" Win! practice In State and Federal Courts' ,
|X.e ycVir; last Feburary. laughter sroueed the'United States gov.
ago vatchman at the Ocean Steamship Cpm ; mind to have on
I \ 'That/ la a fine, deep DLMICK & 1UEQEL,, f
| !A I grown to be about 4 feet in,height!; >any'a.wharve$, and Xiztle! WilHqmsj) a irntnent: to renewed efforts to put neod hetsnprcmo, bench of an Americanxrarmonwealth. 'TtTUSVILL, FLA. W,esu. ProprihboM
,
with fruit. The figs are Indian warfare ID the South. __1-satyr r'L
is Covered to
Jlpid mall negro: girl, whp bail) ] brongli ;liin : .,
very large) and he has specimens! which bii'fliatser were igstantly kill\ |lt by, a During the summer of 1837 .a command -n4t'{a the best proof of advancing D. KATOK. ii. D. Palm .
I
, measure three. and,--a* half inches In >alt pf l1lghtaiy; uotber.jtirj.' I. stand of 500 men was /glven: 'lo Colonel Utilization anywhere? :

t f l length and six and three-quarter Inches ng tarp feet froo the Wllliams..ehIM, Taylor' and he was sent against the- InHans. : Improvement In tbe standard of IIv- 'HOM OPA THlSr. Beach .

around the largest part'; The, fruit in unscathed Many doubfCd the wisdom of ns_among the masses, of course. WEST PAI.M BEACH FLORIDA. _

ripening and la d'liclous.-Orl; Re was lie campaign, undertaken, as It was with What 1s.the natural law of wag s? .teHliIenre Clematis:: opposite Avenue' next AtotlutdlMt to&lmionlc Church Teinil\; .Office|

lord .. A corporation, composed of St Louisand a i mere handful of men., outnumbered by Clint they shall bend to reach 'a point lines boors H to 1)\ t...nIl: too unit T to 8 p.m.
Eastern capitalists has been .or.anlzed at which the Vorker ,can procure only gundxyn a to 4 (.in." '.
V and R.F. Rtttman, ; : SaUl Jones' Graves three to one but Ueas Attention. Olven to Dlseiuiea- DrugStore \
-Governor Jennings ; to build a Z oY'dge' over the Mil'imippl he necessaries of life. Special "
successful 'The Stminolea woe Women and Children. '
auditor of the War Department have river and to erect edenaiv'et The'more things the worker Includes ,
\ of the put to route at a 'battle" in one of the therefore, the '(
necessaries
r adjusted all detaUs >t settlement ermlnals on the river front an elevated among tbe : ,
of the Ktsslmmee lver near rr c. 11UUD D. D., '
in accordance with narshes higher his wages will be. -DEALERBtN-!:
Indian War claim osd to the World's Fair site, and a
the plan agreed upon by them and othJtjclalU tew depot in the heart of St. Louis. ata wake Okeechobeel treaty was made lIe should be encouraged to the insist Bald-on I _* PHYSICHN AND BURGEON -
luring the ensuing winter which pro- .,letting those things which
ot the Treasury Department i totAl!, expenditure, aside from the fluoas luxuries) for : }Mae over Stroh...'. store, WEST PALM Toilet Articles '
In rided for the removal of theJndians totract wins think are supc; ; Drugs
Jan99bth while; the Governor was :oat of the bridge of $10,000,000 the he worker, like lade curtain and pleny BEACH. Uesliienoe\ astir Rnjal; Poln- ,
of land west of the Mississippi ,
Washington on this matter, and! the o'tlet.wlth! a possible! additional$jooo a i of good food. I clans Hotel.l'Al1 BEACH. la-i : Fine

Governor has: received a United \titles'Treasury oo.later for extensions.:!' iver. braveAlexander Trades union Interfere with the nat. 1 Stationery anaDruggist's ';,
warrantdated July 5th, .igoz, la this battle felt tbe so- does the ballot PUTTER BI."l,
ural Iaw\of\ wages; 'R.D.
The MallofyLine Steamship Compaiyr colonel of.the ; '
lieutenant\
for 1679,698, to cover 'the amount due R. Thompson, In the tvorklngmuu's hand. ( Sundries.'rescripttonsCnrefullj ; .

Florida which the Governor' has had ,whose'vessels run' between New lxth U. S.: Infantry Colonel Dick A better house, a better table more 1-28-93 WEST PALM BEACFT. FI.A.p r

verified by' State Treasurer WhUffe-ld YorkaDd Galveston, has just signed' entry of Columbia, Mo., who had oud finer' lace curtains, pictures a piano Compounded :'

-w. ,.' and State A-ndltor Knott. This ctosesthe' otitract with the Delaware ,River Irotihipbullding LarU of 'the Missruri regiment, was better clothes for* himself, big I;" PLATTS M. D. East Coast Business: Solicited. .;

.ccouat, save the cancellation: of and Engine ,Company, of kllle\,1.\.. and CHptalu James. ,Chllds, anode rife and children-why should not the :, WEST PALM l KAJU.(; .
: ,- held Indian trust fund, ::hester, Pa, for the construction of or Neal Childs of Independence, American workman desirethem and PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
by
'Florlelarbonde '
daily. V luge' steamship, that wilt cost in thenelghborhOQd' do.., In command of the Jackson county trlva to. got them? Telegrams' delivered all hours of the day .- 'i'iI
expected his efforts
which are .successful
: > f 1000000. The nee oluuteers,.was pal"fully wounded And the, ind nIJtht.; ,
ot' tidal on the 1 to get them the better it is foe the : FORT PlKRCK, :Fla. .
a wave twin-screw ender
The prediction raft will be of the type, durng 2-29-190 ." ,
",.Istoll.. the old time ones used country as) well as for himself. I
Atlantic coast of :Florida, as' made by appointments will all be in the moat : '
the 3o were re"porlbl fdr ,onr We not made prosperous as a
are
Professor Wiggins has been ;freely die tvfsh 8cate. The contract lathe' firtl through IMC. IIOUGHTON .
the save
ictory, said Mr, Webb In relating latlon by what people 7
cupsed'on the streets the past few days. the Chester Company since the reasonable Build Houses '
: egnrejdby!: Cory pf the,battle. "The Indians were leprtvlng themselves of "DENTOS"HOLLAND
Despite the fact that the same worthy it t was taken over by a syndicate from daman; they wouldn't run. Whey mXurts'oflllfe) but by what people DOCK. P1IONK }" Move Houses '::

4,.' IDl calculato has. mania for tidal l oil a B. Roach. add bl*: family The tood their'' ground fiercely and fought pond to ocurejthemv WEST PALM B ACH. ,

r waves on the Florida shores',Bod'makes yard baa been idle for some t.lme ,flth'ttevage vigor. Each of us, carried It la the,. 1De1hO demand wages Repair Houses.
prophecy there are which allow them to live decently that DANIEL, .
a similar every-year past.> with six loads In each,and LT. work
the moat seriSua wo pistols } 'keep: Rages up. It." they who enable v ;hop \
matter
people who give A. R:Rives, conductor on a Louisville tl11you( we pumped lead into the In- be severely economical individual to i- DtHTIST,
he predicted
thought. Some years ago & Nashville\ freight train; while guard plans fast after we got within -short ave Ijpe difference between what bend Repairing or "
Augustine..which UIVXB.FLOUHiA.I.10-81
a tidal wave for St. ; lug several care that were' wrecked just loge of them. They' had l, only flint they spend. IOCOA. INDIAN Dock Building.

r? would bury the old :Fort under sixty outside tb..cityimltl of :'BlKnlngham; l ick,'rifles and couldn't..stand Jong.belle If the majority of workingmen 'lived --

_/ feet of'w.tei} He missed- bis 'peBl since, .!la., last Sunday, waa struck on the beady our rapid fire. We> also, had'rifles a. Judge Baldwin would have the :t,TJY I. MKTCALF, Call on or address
.
but continued guessing ever : live,'all Amen ;
has Lmerlcarf -earner
It stone and probably fatally Injured and did effective work at a distance. wag NOTARY PUBLIC .
u with exactly the same amount of.suc- While standing oear'a damaged car con- volunteers In that last can workmen would be compelled; to t
of the OUCH
"Most M. J. Y ARBOR
cess. Few, if any, Florfcllans: will\ load Ruing watermelons three wUife men against the 'Semlnoles live that-way; t For the State of Florida at Largt. '
the prophecies emanating tmpalgn came Thrift la a good thing. Every mao Deeds,Mortg it .. Leases and Co.triet. West Palm Heacli. Fin.
@l sleep over; .pproacbedRrves' asked that he sell Mlssourt'Mnd they were as good .
Drafted.Conveyancing
1 prdffesaor.- rom Ibould,. ,Jay by,,something for the fuure. .
from the always. wrong them: a melon. 'Th" conductor ,told 'Idol and rifle shot anti ever sswT: We All Work Guaranteed' Specialty.Legally Correct. -

St. Angnstlne Record. item that he had no authority ta do so, were- carried down the -Mlssoiirl\ river But that la no reason why the>Amerean Once lu ritopiniL HUM Block. -

A despatch to The Jacksonville'Times.Union \ aDd the men )began hurling atones and and t"heq"Qw the-Mississippi ,.in a WOrkingman .bouldpot; strive Teat Palm, Beacll.. Dads Couuv.-i'k rldn.CyALLACE 1
Citizen from Key West..y.: limA, heavy stone rlthbnt' to which Mii1ea ManROBS fih
and Feces Cf'.lag? learner to_New. Orleans. There weak ceasing get wages n. niosKS; fihl
The customs officials have been making .ruck him last 'behind' bill, Jeft ear, 'a sailing' vent el for Florida. We will permit him to live In civilized fash. "

p, I it hot this week for the smugglers, rushing th'.kul1. Physicians say he were' caught'anil held In a storm on the lolt"' wbUe'besaveea; fund 'Allal st Suoetstor to A. W. Robart, The supply of this fruit Is very :l ,

which-his. resulted In the capture of a not'recover' ffd!<( 'arrests have) been rulf of Mexico! for twenty-nine) day*." rainy day or accumulate a capital for REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, mlt d, and the demand pressing I
u.e as a money'maker.
large quantity of Spanish! .rum. The lade.. "Yes,,I think f am \the )last one nowallv. The Baldwins( want the American gent for West Palm Beach Town t*.ota. also' Irders are now coming; In'for lummer -
\ .
street talk: Reach Water Works.NOTAitV
A" r officials had been hearing limes'Robinson, of 4937 Wa ne street. who was In 'tbaf"cBmpalgn: ;" con- rorklngman >e>-.t>e /a humble drudgig. West Palm PUBLIC. delivery. .1 can book

that a quantity aguardiente :was thereforekept being l rniantowu. 'P.., mourns Ibis thirtyears' lined Mr. Webb::: "MaxbeUum McGee, .Ill fed, penny boarding peasant Clematis"Avenue We.ti-aimUeiich.near Olive Street.ita21.1BO1 Florida. I'Only Cash Orders

landed on the beaches,, and night growth of thick, red, ?whiskers. 1 1T or r the old Kansas City family of..McOees'aa How "would Judge' Baldwin like that to be sen&by' express In .the order
Monday blmaeln''l'be
a strict lookout h.ree ,rnffi ns';: recentlybe alleges: : the 'last oflDy'comrade. tbafl knew' Ind of existence for ever J>. .BltO. VN. scelved. L'rice 25 cent. each, |2
seek
while patrolling"thcTNorth'Beach American workman,. ; T .
r one of the night, force hailed, wagon ,with a ragged him to a lot,threw him to the or. 1 heard, he had died in. California ig-to get: a fairer share of what nil ., ARCHITECT/ t"AND_BUILDSR. .. dozen. Money promptly retu'rnj .

drayman answer- round, and one miscreant Cut 00 the.' tbout five years ago." Ia ibor produces, U far wiser for himself Plans and speclflcatlona prt.iared. If orders exceed supply ;i

e load of ,barrels. The load of ag rhiskers while the other two: held! him In spite of'' years and an active life\ '' and for >hla country, too, than are the Jobbing' work ghee prompt attention at Cutting, of Mulgoba Mangoood

ed, and said be ba4iound a going fa.t. Then adding Insult to (Injury, tbe'trio Mr. Webb U. still/ an energetic old man, mMwlns\ ., preachers of a gospel of nil- 'Shop on Datura Street i for grnftlug by a 'new and 11\. ,

uardieatsoathe beach and was and askedthttbCiciullf expressed C. 0. D.. td Robinson a nq Lowborn. 'flme has been kind! '.Heta lertlodls,;and .sordid self denial that -- fer only known practical method

to take'it to the custom>> house, acksge containing the whiskers, on living eight, children, twenty-six ooId .debase the wage earner from >. EOItOK -O. IIUTLKU.. irnlsbed at 30 cents each by mail I Est
take a ,
would like to inaD'a the status of a beast 0'bunteD. -'
he
of Rob- eatateto!
rhlch he paid a charge 25 cents randchjldreu and eighty greatgrandtildreu CIVIL ENfWJCER or
r official accepted, and !ten "" express.KLURIPGE e y
ride, which the indignant. His: AND GALE,
N landed the custom ison is naturally : Hq .has, outlived ,three Ion, Judge Baldwin's own lace curtain ,
tarrelaTDf liquor were seizures friend, do not recognlxe fiim. J,. It wai 1\ved.\ wives, tie last or whom..died last and ample1. table do not trouble his con EPUTY COUNTY SURVffYOR FOR DADE COUNTY JTangonia' Fla.
hot:*,. Nest day two more for him to get a glean shave He'a.1I( and ; of the a-aS-tf
iooTUmi- ecessarj immer. optimist believes ;dens,. we dare awear. Yet -why Loelil Agent for the lint. Department
made, amounting to_lVIer lobtnson.lost.tla i whisker because beeaented r. R.Co a.. POMI' NIJ. "LA. ".f-loott
were fromsbar ) life worth living. Jo. religion be i. nOld bold Judge Baldwin, when you think -
.fours,some qr which: were taken annoyances to his landlady > School Baptist> ,and wh...bruacbed about It, have-better, wage than the

raoo/store ,bowel as the official Ira. Michael Cassidy, whose door bell pots the! subject) of death, asfcjKwlth a orklngman whom )be )Jecturea for.catig D. M. GEAURIDEAU, I S. H. RICHMOND, Agent "
claimed It did not have the official stamp on :Saturday: evenig. -ai.1.w.y too much? i PARLOR. -'
ras jepea.tedl rung imfortlng pmlle, "Wlto, would live ALMS SHAVING
1? from the custom house. The drayman in He sat down on the stoop to wait ,? Not' because of bl. honor's York superloiralne JO'uJ'o'JlaL Flnit-claM work by the [ erdne' Grant Land Co IDDany.t,31J1. .
bad th f load of barrels on was given who -.that's e'fldent.-New ...r.ltOrIHo'
who for the door bell-pullers, grabbed CUIrborne Webb was born tn Giles "Old ( UKAt... KSTATn.CUILBR .
a bearing and placed under|MO of bond:the hiD; as he waited. Then the whiskers :)auntyTennessee[ In 1815. .Ida' came I.r-- HOP USDEH; HOTEL PALM [ : Pr.ORIDt
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next term, w ,
tbe
for appearance at Missouri with his SBIRT8-A.TBOIfY'8
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fl ti I AN ATTEMPT ATCHOUSEBREAKING Everybody's Golum rBOTSFORD &

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IN THE -RACEFIRSTFOR A Would-Be Thief Seek. toGain "MULE FOR, NEW SAL WAGON._-< _NiW', ::I ; a' ',: .?i; Goods' Notions N,,

G'oori .
Harness. price, i75-oo. Address ,1\\ .. ._.., ,
r Entrance Into the Residenceof Boat: 354 West Palm Beach.: jaluj$lt I."..... .I'" "' .' :. 1 11.
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J. B. Meblnley.: i GOOD ALWROUND WORK ; ,"grid Ladies' FurnisliingsW

ONR for sate and. one fancy driving .

'iF RAILWAY COMMISSIONER) Bold,.bad. burglars have been doing horsd. staudarei. bred W. l'. Hatcb- .;, ,:. ,;: .' .......

business In West Palm Beach this week, eu' .!! i 1eIalles, taoaIIitnd i ,exaraia* J 14\,

and several houses are reported to havebeen FOR RENT. stcxik. .-..
-#- -.M w. our leLel3"pahubaaed? ':. >..
Ills Total Vote So Far is 11,222 and he has Carried Twenty-' vlulled. rirwo CRiSOF OQOP ?.TRUCK ,:': ;W'I"\ : : ; "" I"...), '
About a o'clock Tuesday morning -L Laud, cleared, with house, packinghouse "" !" i
'I ; Two of Forty-One Counties Heard From.: Brown Mr. J..B, McGlntey was awakened by''5 etc., at Anieron,, Fla. Will : ;, "' 1i.
"" rent for' $ > for the season of 19023. .lenaerber' e. are !Leader
S\
which to corfu, front the .
Second .- noiRe appeared q! .. -
Race.1
the Fla.a*
Is Man In Apply to J. M. Carroll, Auierou. .., .ln n.---- 4 .
,. ..
develop..meuts '
.' t"' dining room, Ho! awaited TEE > 'T.T1I:. It ,.
"
,,, finally convinced( .that' HAYB'TWO elegant Lake View :. -.
." and was to force) : V V Cottage for rent for next sranort' ---- --........:;----< ........-.,: : --

t' 1 f, ,J1, It may truthfully be Bald that the Lamar .is leading Myers by 300 votes, somebody was endeavoring to olle fni$6oo and one forf/ooj: completely o oKOttoKokokokaKokoitosto.toatoigkotlollotaokoltolso7soisol. .. i 'i
the and gain entrance, +
open screen furnlnuud. Pos -a810n given NoveniUer f.: +
::1'': greatest surprise of the Primary campaign but Beard's Boo voted may prevent a (, revolverand l co .
second the house. He secured his Also, one furnished Cottage, 7,100018,, ,
i},:' has been niaxnifictent support majority and necessitate-. then alipped quietly to' the door of : for the summer ; {23 per month. -oO' -- tr vtt
'" Hudson for primary. Real Estate Exchange G. G. Strohm Company
.:' a given Hon. R, Purr the dialog room. On looking (fn be Tropical :
::. Railroad Commissioner. While' the In Duval County Tel fair Stockton wins was surprised to see the bead of a negro i: 418 oa-If ,'W. I. Metcalf. Mgr. If o 4 .

1 r I'4' of" return.!are not all in, it Is generallj the senatorsblp by a majority of 39 out just Inside of tbe window. Not wishingto If '
conceded that he will bead the list, and of a total vote of nearly 3,300. Barry WHO OWNS IT? ,
Mrs. McGlnleyhecalled to '0" ___ FftMILY
alarm GR0eERIESFancy
I' ', that hy a handsome tnajorltv. His cam. MPSOH, candidate for the Legislaturefrom "" COT... 11, .
1
her that a man was endeavoring to AT MRS. JEROME'S ; ...
I I'J<'. paige as managed by Mr. Guy I. Met- Duval County on the platform of break ,into the house and that he; Mr. LEFT] : Datura, St., gun and l fishing It'te e
'calf As tnattel municipal ownership, wins out by a tackle-Owner may have by proving property -
f was certainly unique. a o
t I" .I was going to shoot. A report Food
McGlnley advertisement Products
: and Gibbon allcJ.paylnz 'for this
of the safe majority and Holt .
," of fact, Mr. Burr is the only one followed! but the colored gentlemen Jy4. t-tf. o ,
'J five candidates who bad a platform that from the same county will have to run It .- -.
bad dlssappeared. Rushing tthe o ,
the second primry todecide which: one u
he was willing to submit to the public.It window, Mr. McGluley was In time to ADVERTISEMENTS: Grain and ':Provisions. ..... '
: was, therefore, a question of taking is second member for the Legislature see the intruder turning the corner of LEGAL "

.. the public Jpto bU confidence and from Duval. the house and, tosend another shot o '
I
r ; givlng..them to understand distinctly: Justice Hocker for Supreme Court after him. IN CIRCUIT COURT OP THE SEVENTH T JEFFERSON-DLOCK MWest

just\what position he would take if Judge and Groom' for Comptroller 'also The matter was reported to Marshal JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 'OJ? ,
Railroad win out by a safe' majority. '
',, elected as. a tuember of.lbe DeBerry! who has received other com- FLORIDA, IN AND FOR .DADB'COUNTY I Palm Beach Florida. .
: "Commission of the State. Here is where ELECTION: NOTES. ,,'
,
plaints of a similar nature during., the ;: -Iw CHAicciemY. -' t-i-iso
In and It ]ii and q
training came *
Times-Union
newspaper The Jacksonville YIn
past few days. itoilolloito7iottolgoisoko7.o/eo7solso 1lotloiloitotlatlot.oledlaov toSeo
fi: clearly evident that Mr. Metcalf, bal Citizen in its forecast last Sunday id --_. :---"- -, ..
I
the matter of the application
,, S ,,, been eminently successful: : in reaching the race for the railroad commissionerships 'harlottw TJ Bproul to be- > .. ,
lliY';+ '' the voters. The friends of Mr. Bun very generously allowed R. Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold. coma a Free Dealer. I THEEverglade '

,,,; and his platform have catiae for rejoicing Hudson. Burr five 'counties out of. the .azatlve Brqmo Quinine Tablets 'curea This eaune coining on to be heard upon the

"" : over the sweeping victory.At State, and gave Day every county (in cold In one day.. No cute: ,No pay.25c, report of the Muter and 1 the testimony filed

the time of going to press out of the State. The tables have been .. herein and .U appearing to the Court that Produce ,Co Buyer and ShippeLimes ,

forty-one .counties heard from, Burr turned, and scabs there cornea to mind the applicant,Charlotte T.Sprout, la fully capable

i leads with. 11,323 votes, which givei that old saying that "he wbo laughs MONT PELEE-IS' manage and her quaHBed own. entuto. to take and property charge.of and the West Palm Beach, J'lal:

him 4,493 votes more than the second last laughs best." AGAIN IN1 ERUPTION report ol the said Ma.tor tIt In all thing fully E

man, Browne, who has 8,729 votes to Some of the county papers kindly confirmed. Hay, Grain; Poultry, Butter,

? w his credit.. Day is in third place with mentioned the fact during the campaignthat The Inhabitants of Fort de Franc Throw : It la hereby ordered. adjudged and decreed Eggs Potatoes and ,
the auld Charlotte
that a license be granted to ,
u. 8,388 votes, Wbitner In fourth place -Burr's canvass was being run on Into aFanle-Strlek.nState.. Many I
: Free Dealer
T.Sproul to become a (aaccordance ,
with 6,613 votes and ward brings up the the patent medicine, system. .Evidently of :TheiwHave. Fled.? with the ""D.r..r her petition ..All kinds: of -"" Crops ,by Carloads; ,, r,:

year of the procession with 4,620: .votea.t that system pays.It and theaamo herabygranted. Ittafflrtberordurod :.. '

t; Out of the forty-one counties In the is worthy' .mention that Hon. R. A .despatch from Fort deFrance, ,, adjudged.and decreed that the said Produce, ,
Charlotte T. Sprou. salhll cause a of
I State Burr leads in 22, Day in 8, Browne Hudson Burr has carried every precinctin Martinique dated Friday, says: Last this deereeto be published for four copy.uc_\ ..- tr

; in 6? Ward in 4. and Whitner in t. his own county with the exceptionof : night; the inhabitants of Fort de, France Iv. week.In eollle ne".papttr published In

These returna are far from complete as Lake Worttf: were thrown into a panic stricken'state the county of Dade, Htnte if'Fiorlda, and Here is HousMX'
out of a total of 678 Pelee.. that proof or said publication be Sled In thin \f1 'a
only 375 precincts Polk county; the former borne of Hon. bye violent eruption of Mont \
tbe said Charlotte T.
rt In the State bave.been beard from, and R. Hudson Burr, gives him the highest Many of them fled'In all directions: with cause Sproiil hall whereupon be authorlMd to take. charge" of 4 DoiTt You

4' ,I there is every probability ,that these vote in every precinct in the county. little or no clothing. The incessant and control her eatnte, to contract 'and fib 4 a

J', outlaying country precincts will greatly He was given: 549 votes at/against 235 rumbling continued 'until 9:30: this contracted with to'aua and be sued, and ,IQ c Want, '..It ?, r KMp
increase Burr's lead. The Jacksonville half hour the bind herself In all roupwU an fully aa II shewere "Df-cfiurse r
for Browne his nearest competitor.. morning. In tbe first we cannot! K'v;' nnmarrlfd Thla decree not to take ef
Times-Union & Citizen says that Burr Even: St. Augustine give Burr the black heavens were dotted with sclutillaut feet until all coata Incurred herein, Includlnir.. outright, but (the payments au. IQ/, :I
." and Browne will probably be nominated higbeut vote for Railroad Comnwssioaer lightning points like slag on the I ollcltor'a Icea, ,Hbalt have boon pudl. that It (is nearly the same a/* n gift. (
He beat Whitner by 14, the vote standIng '
without a pecond primary. '
furnace in an Iron foundry. This phenomena Done and ordered at Chnnibera at TltueVllle (
.
I In the third congressional district, 252 to' 238.. We Will Give
\ had. not been noticed In the Fla.,thia 2nd day of July A D. a 808.
-JJJ.TI r I.MI.-T "-- I MINOR S. JONES.trueeop" ,
i previous eruptions. The lightning You a deeii to its after you'Davepd
Judge. ,
,-' The Ocean Pier, A great deal'' of trouble has been experienced points became gradually longer and A. AtteuttB a 'y, read for a few yearsCome, In, find .1 i, e''

t I" t\, Satisfactory progress has been made ia securing;; material for the longer and more serpcntlike: and the ,C. DEARBORN ,us explain to you. wb..t' a liberal pr<>p.
.
18 Conrti: ,
5t Clerk
Circuit
i i, this week on the new Ocean Pier aver new pier, owing largely to the strikes flashes grew larger and spread rive]' a .July' r I sition we have to uinae: 1.01& few ""l'1hl

I at ''t the Breakers. Mr. W. W. Ward ac- in Pennsylvania. As a matter of fact, greater area every minute The- rumblings CIt FOR PUBLICATION-. a WX'B -"'" tnea. .Y '.
\ *. Ward arrived in most of the material bad to be par- ceased rain fol NOT
; campanled by Mrs at ::3o, a.nd heavy
f West Palm Beach last Fridayand have chased in Germany, notably the steel lowed. Black clouds then 'covered- the Notice I I. hereby. given that the followingnamed '
settler baa flied notice of his Intnntion The Real Estate Exchange
; /Ii been guests at Park Cottage. Mr. WardIs beams on which the Hooting will be heavens. The rumblings began : again'later to make dnal proof 1 la HupK| >rt of hla claim anti Tropical !
will bo mad, before John R.Itcllly
bolted. The cast steel piles were pur- that mill I proof :
superintendent of construction for on, and were accompanied by viv- U. a. C'nmmlBHIoncr at Went Jupiter; """

/ the Guarantee Construction Co, of New chased from the Rang Engineering Co., id flashes of lightning. }'I.Vlit... on HanlXMLW.July 82,Herring:JUO3. / of Neptune, Rd9T Tropical l San .Block W. I. METCALF Manager .. '

York City which concern has the con.1" of Columbus Ohio. It is reported that a tidal wave lowered t tT.l tue LOT it,tt and d, Beo. att FITp 40B. I

tract for the building of this pier. TheI' The plans show that the structure will the sea level by a metre. .. name: 12.He the following witnesses. to pro**

3 Company also has a tar e contract for be somewhat shorter than the old one, Telegraphic: ,communication was hla eontlniiou reHlflenne upon,and cultivation _
land, alts Wlllldm Lamb of Net tune, I
; I a steel pier for the Peninsular & Occidental that Is, for this season but it la not tiff closed for a time, as the operators became rla.. 3. D. Mitchell I of Neptune: : F'! .. K.C. Mil. ,
I' Steamship Co. at Key West, probable that next year an addition panic-stricken when the lightning tune Icy or FIaL Neptune i Fla., James Mepbura ol Nep- When> You' :Need: 't11.

and Mr. Ward came from Key West to will be made of several hundred feet, began to play about the 'wires. Severalof 1-r-Ut W. O. ROBI!", Kcgllter.

i see the work started here. tie and providing also a large bulk-head. Unless the lines were broken. '. Mantels Tiling and Grates |
Mrs. Ward returned south, sailing from the material arrives in targerquantitl..a OF APPLICATION .
Miami Tuesday, but will on the completion STONES THE SIZE OF WALNUTS. NOTICE .w.- ,_
fil" I of the Key West contract comeback than has ao far been tbe Drs. Sanderson and Fleet, of tbe 110.; Permit to Bell Liquor:: WI... and J.
'K' to Palm Beach and stay until the case, the work cannot be completed In H.... -- I Write us for
1/l. ': work here is finished. :' less than five' months. English Scientific Commission, who \ Catalogue and Prices -
19 were In a sloop between St. Pierre and
1Jj;,', :Public, notice la hereby given that W. P. "
..1r- .. Carbet during tbe latest eruption, ,arrived Hatcb6tt haa lied with the Board ofCounryCommuwlonera .
; .vvvvvvvv.vvvmvmvmn vvv.. fnntRemoval /:' here this morning from St. Pierre. of Dade County, I In the Stat FLORIDA BDIIBING SUPPLY CUsk ; w. .

... The sloop on which they travelled was of Florida his appllcatroll''or a permit. toell .
L _,. '" .
,. wines Ia Election Dlx-
liquors and
covered with ashes and stones, the size JACKSONVILLE
FLORIDA
'; ; trlctNo. 8 of said Connty and State] that -
of walnuts.- They were off St.. Pierre .
such application will be acted OB.by the sailBoard '
when the eruption o.-curred, the mountain of County Commissioners at their. nut :)j(
emitting clouds of smoke that resembled regular meeting, which will ba held on the +. Wee
gigantic cauliflowers. 'Later oat nth day ol AuguHt 19O2,&t 10 o'cloelllll the ---- ----
forenoon of said day. aaoVthe aald Board }
Sale. V an Immense black cloud swept over a okoatokostoKOftorCOatoaSostoatoatokostoatottoRoRor- hereby calls upon any dtleen of auoh Klectlon #
tbe rnlns of St Pierre. Thiswas 'followed District who may desire to do ao. to show Jt '

I rinl by an incandescentavalanche: : cauee.If any theie be,at tneaalil neat regular Truscott BoatIMLYg\ Co.. x
which swept down the mountain wide meeting ol said Board.; why such parrot ,'bail Yi o '
20 cent. Reduction not be granted; the applicant. CONSTRDCTORa OfI
on o i
per and expended: its force seaward. The ON
By order of the Board of County Commlaalonen 'S
phenomena was accompanied by vivid of Dade County Florida.
I
Grade CraftVapor
Pleasure
,, all CASH PURCHASES, except electric discharges, while all around Thla let day of July,A'. D. 10O3. 'i High i
ashes and stones were raining When [Seal] Eo n. DEARBORN '

Knox Hats E. & W. Collars the cloud swooped seaward In the direction Clerk Board County fommlaalonera.* Vapor Marine Motors. o .

of the the of :
the.
sloop crew yeseel r | J, D C. MORRIS, Agent, e.1
cried aloud in fright, and' tbe.cap.. 000000CHURCH
and Sweet Orr Overalls. tale prayed for Divine assistance. Dr.'. I NOTTCESo ? West Palm Beach.. ,lI'lor'ldi.' !

Anderson and Flett and atloklolso7.o1so1so11011o7to1.ojloleolta0
the
photographer >toltc toX a "
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i :' A rare opportunity to. buy turned to and helped the crew KX 0

in sailing the sloop! along the coast.. Methodist Church. .

Summer supply. When morning broke" it was seen that Preaching at 11-a. m. Insure the .Old Reliable', I
your everything was again under a pall of
Usu.t evening,service at 7:30: o'clock'. -
t S ashes while steam was shooting upward :; at rel.EpwottB Germania Life
Sunday School!; 9:43: a. Insurance Company
\ ... from the taouths of the rivers.- The League at 3:30: p. m. !
side of tbe mountain was covered 'with OF NEW YORK. ORGANIZED'IN I86.V. !

a. m aahea boulders, and other volcanic Rev C. Fred Blackburn, pastor For particulars( address, O.LOPEU BAILEY.ManaRer forQeorgl and '
'
material. The Inhabitants of
Carbet. Florida '
Box
,
840 Palatka Florida
who receatJy.retlirned to that viUage,; Congregational Church..
{ ; are again deserting It." Service at the Weat Palm Beach Congregational -. ,

Church at XI a, m. and 7:30

.: p. n% Preaching by the pastor. Rev, S. RAFTE1), : ; t
FREE TO OUR RBADER3/ '
j D. Paine. BUDDED MulgobaMang' oes.

rtthonB s Botanio Blood Balm for the Blood.If Morning aubject, "The Blessedness
you suffer from ulcers, eczema: of Doing Good. LarRea" Collection of Crotonl in the 'United $tates. Palm ,"rbyUaa

scrofula, blood potion cancer, eating At 7:30: the pastor will preach on "Aa- thu.etc, All pot growD. Full' Line of CItrus Stock '
sores, itching; skin, Dimples, boils, bone ,
grODoa! High Spruce Pine Land. Address -
West Palm Beach Palm; Beach Miami : pains, swellings: rheumatism, catarrh, dent- Egypt and its Religion.
.: or any blood or skin disease, we advise Christian Endeavor at 6:30: p. m. JOHN B. BEACH, West Palm' each.
Fla.
t' yon to take Botanic Blood nahnB.( B.B.). Sunday- hooJ at to a. m. I .
Especially recommended for old, obstinate Song service-and paator'a Bible class -
deep-seated cases cares where allele
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KIJ\u fail*, heals every sore makes i the Prayer-meetiog on Wednesday', at .
a blood pure and rich, gives the akIn 'the 7:30: p. m. THIS '
rich glow of health. DrU&Klatl1'1 ,per All are cordially: Invited.. TRAVELERS"NEW
large bottle. Sample sent free by writ. A.r

lag Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga. : ANTUONV'H BHOKHABK trouble and free medical advice:
:...
'f';0.;, ', l sent In sealed letter. Medicine' sent at Divine services at the BaptUt church ,MRS. N:F. GARCIA, Prop'r Jacksonville

once, prepaid. Sunday at II a. m. and 730): m. Fla..
1, SILENT HALKSMIM: : ._
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.' -- Straday-achoot at to a. 'm. Prayer- -
ifs oacI Parisian celebrated Electric Lights, Electric Bells Baths. p.
the one hundredand meeting Thursday evening at 730. Complete Servlc

thirteenth anniversary of the fall All are.welcome.II. The Best $2.00 ,per day Hotel In Florida.I I 4t

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