The Tropical sun
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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: October 24, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00305
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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AN' ASSASSIN The East Coast Telephone Comp- as They Come and Go-
"j-, Ilello-o-o-o t Miami New! ones. See A. A. Botsford &
;: ...'. any Absorbed by the Miami People.Whom You Mayor. "Walkover" Shoes-ANTHONY BROS.*I Co.'I ad. this week.

.. .... ," Telephone System. 'Hay' Not Know. '
I r Vital's Brand Clothlug-AN'tHONY'S ,Another Improvement has been made
I Send in for along the west side of tbe new Jefferson ,

_ IN S SAD END. TO A USEFUL LIFE ft. business change of vital Importance James T': Sander*, of Miami, spent the semi-weekly;your Tropical subscription Sun.early block, in the shape of an asphalt sidewalk a.

to the people,of West Palm Beach 1s announced last Saturday'here on buslnec, ", ,
The next regular meeting of the Board
Ibis/ week It is the transfer of Messrs. W. N. Hull and A. B. Chap of Trade will be held on Wednesday John Y.'Detwller, Fish Commissionerof i f.

bbat1ap' the entire property and the franchise i-( man, of Miami, spent Sunday and Monday evening of next week at 7:30: o'clock. Florida, called at the Gazette office Ii.

.t ,' one a Well Known take Worth Resident, Murdered the Hast Coast Telephone Company the In West Palm Beach. Thursday,! hit way home.-New York r'
property of Messrs. John 'B. Beach, and( Attention is directed to the new ad Fishing ,
Bis Home Last Monday, Evening;. Great Excitement Geo. S Adams to the Miami Telephone Mr. A. P. Anthony left New York on vertisement of the well known drug firm Gazette. ': I E'i'
e the return trip to,West Palm Beach, '0- Subscribers to The Tropical Sun i
of Dimick & RIegel, which appears' Intoda'a
the Company The deal was made las
...Over Tragedy. day. He is expected home early next Sun. can, by applying at this office, have the V j
: Saturday by President J, T, Sanders, of
week. Veekly Sun delivered at their j]|
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.. ..." ; ,.. the Miami Company and will go into effect There was not a quorum of members homes '
I' ; ; jIO'I beginning Wednesday, November :R
Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Spitxer: are on ,
: next Monday. present at the meeting of the Town
West Paint. Besch rests under a shadow I Iwith'his left band be reached for his is their way South, from a visit to MichIgan Council Tuesday business jib. J l'
There much,_ cause for rejoicing over night so no
Mf'th>f ia !truly; appaWug4; She mourns the revolver,"' h' ,' 'i r, the transaction because a through friends, and are expected here before'Suuday. was transacted. The pay car of the Florida East Coast'*

\4lossofs! good, neighbor+and'entends. tbeheartiest During the scuffle tbe Jiightnlng telephoneservice.between this Iowa and< The new millinery store of Miss Conk- Palm Railway Beach made last a welcome visit to West ... }\i
Saturday. The East R
;,,; ,sympathy,:to the.beieave4' wife flashed fitfully, and only once was MrCornatock Miamiis assured. Already the wire is be Messrs. J. W. Bogle, of Dalton, Ga., links in the stand formerly occupied by Side employees also received their .
lug extended to Hallandale born Mamtjand and F. II. Bogle, of Lemon City, were Mrs. Moffatt Clematis Avenue }
on whom the blow has fallen so severely.! able to get a gtfmpse'of the on was monthly wages on Monday. "
: just as soon as fifty mil's of new among the guests at the Seminole last opened to the public last night.Mr. (
',. Monday ,;Rlc 1.rc1.oae was:,bnsy all probable murderer and robber's facj. He wire arrives on the scene the IIni'wlltbe Sunday and Monday. Two well known Miami people were '
Emit Koch and miter Miss LouiseM.
,'? tday long .. usual' at'work on his pineapple is almost certain that the man was colored strung the whole distance nortbwanAccoding Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Coxetter were Koch have rented Mr., G. W S, united in marriage last Sunday in the '" i'

h I, "' ; and citrus plantation;, situated of medium "build: ,weighing probably to tbe Miami News, the local passengers on Monday nlght's-soutl Bell's cottage on Bvernia Street, and office of Mr. W. I. Metcalf, notary pub 'It

"' 'I f three''miles' ( below town, on the wkeJS 'iso or iti pounds Just as soon office and business will be in chargeof bound train, en route to their home at will keep house there, the coming winter He, of this town. The contracting\ parties 't''

and) across from the Mr. Comstock reached for his revolver Mr. John Grammling of the Mag Miami from a trip to New York. were Mr. A. B. Chapman and Miss 71Gussle ,
cmnti; just Blngham as Mr. J. C Lauther is having erected on Agnew. The news will come as .:
electrician who will .
City, a capable see
; Placsjf :His weal busy life, marked by the man twisted the rifle from his Among tbe arrivals on Tuesday Banyan Street, between Poincetta and a pleasant surprise to their many friends. '
that the here first
tojt .patrons get a evening's Dr. R. B. Potte
i industry :aid thrift; ,his, pretty home ,(Mr, Comstock's) grasp, add jumping class service. A new switch board 01 express! was ., the railway, a large three-story framed Work on the new Jefferson block is
.howl that it Is known. of the backwards kicked the revolver aside. who enjoyed a pleasant trip to Waallugton structure, the grouud fljor of which, it
5f; one the latest improved pattern,will br'! installed Philadelphia and New York. now well advanced. The large store to
,;', I fin ston Lake For.tbe Mr. Comstock then! expected to be firec is repotted, will be used as a saloon. be
;1 h :Worthy p.eeelgbtyears"htr I ;new hues will be strung and the occupied by Anthony Bros, is being a
'. Hone and bis' beloved but instead of that Mr. G. W. Idner returned home last Contractor Bell, of West! Palm Beach,
; at
: ; doing tie? _man whole system equipped in a thorough! fitted up with handsome shelving and
.,1. wife have, lived here and" none stood inblghef ran' westward. to the woods and disap: up-lo late manner Saturday evening from"Washington, D. was here recently and baa a force of men counters, and plateglass fronts are being

esteem! 'ia .West, Paint, Beach. peared in the palinettoes.. Groping C., where he attended the grand anlla'alconventloo at work on Mr. Dominic's residence.Mr. placed on the three stores fronting on
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Now; Is (there de.tl1'.nd Sorrow where, 'around in the jtraas, Mr."Comstock regained of the Grand Army' of the Re Bell also has the contract to build a Olive Street. The plasterers are now at 'h

//itut,; *; few'da,. ago. was. life and : his revolver, and after waiting a Change at the Seminole.A public. house for Mr J. C. Hancock, oUllinois.Siua.t work on tbe rooms up stairs, and on the

.i z.J promise. 'AlV.tbii'hsd been brought: short time,' to make sure that another change id the management of the -' Mr and Mrs. Kirk Monroe were passengers correspondence of Titnsvllle new club room of the Utopia Club.A .

,"' 'r y about by: the assassin's bullet, end uoth.' attack was not to be ''made, the two Seminole Hotel took place this week! on Saturday nig.t's! southbound Star., large congregation attended the

lug will be left undone to, locate and proceeded .to the Hunter home, and to, Mrs. Geo. C. LaGruuge, of New York, train, en route to their winter home at According to the Jacksonville papers, Methodist church laat Sunday '

bring[ to swift justice.the guilty party, the' home of,Mr. Carlson. .Mra, Hone, now being associated wfth Mr- J. C; Cocoanut Grove from the North, where Ex-Mayor Wilmon Whilldln, of West when Rev. C. A. FulwooJpresiding morning elder,

Supper was served asusual at the Mr, and Mrs. Hunter, Air. Carlson and ,,Summers who during the pant year bat they spent the summer. Palm. Beach has been spending a dayor of the Jacksonville District delivered.

.. Hone:.,bome, shortly after'5 o'clock:l in Mr. Comstock returned, and on rej-I conducted the house in such a.manner Mr. A. B. Blackburn, of Lloyd, Flor two. in that city. Mr. Whilldin has able sermon. In tbe, evening tbe avery \it,. P

the large dining room.' Afterwards Mr. i passing the la tier's house,took chargeof as to make it very popular with the,tray, da,' who attended the wedding of his returned from his summer stay near pulpit was filled by the Rev C. I
and Mrix'Hone sat at tbe table, ,the' the shoes ou'Qke veranda. citing public. brother Rev. C. Fred Blackburn, at Boston, Mass., and la expected< to reach Fred Blackburn who pastor ,'!4
preached most
formal .writing a letter to sister in Before reaching the Hone residence Mrs. Grange, who successfully con Miami, and spent several days in Wes his home here, Monday evening. excellent sermon to a large
:England; the latter feeding, A tcrflbls another'' storm swept aver from the At ducted Tb. Leamington and Park Cot Palm Beach has returned home. the Methodist congregation I
Lust Sunday evening at almost every seat in the church being
4 launderstorm 'raged without, theytlti'ppming Untie and tbe down mat, so heavy
lage last season, is propi.etress: of the Mr.' J. K. Ingraham, third vice-presl church Miss Conklin, who has recently! filled. I'A
: down in torrents. It wasjust.atter that it was deeuiei} advisable to delay .
LaGrange Columbia Hotel Arveneby.tbeSea dent of the Florida ..ast Coast Railway, arrived from New York City and joinedher sample car load of yellow pine lumber I
the heaviest portion of the till before to town to
daylight going
: :; L. I., and as a hotelist has a Mr, and Mrs. C. Coulchn
arrived in town Monday night from St. purerts, J. from the mills of & Mid- '
,storm;, :ba4 passed that Mrs. Hone was give the alarm. \
I most enviable record Augustine, and remained until Tuesday rendered in a most charming manner a dleton has been exbibiton the depot ,
startled a shot, fired from a front on at -
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; THIt NEWS IN TOWN. Many improvements will at once be "
window about ten feet away from and to morning. He was here on official business solo, "Jesus Lover of My Soul. Miss here for tIe past few days which /1
I' made at the Seminole, preparatory for for the and Couklin has a sweet voice and )
the right of where her husband was The greatest excitement ant{ consternation company, was a guestat very 1 I i compares favorably with anything cut
heavy tourist season which will start in the Seminole with the gnatest ease, and is quitean
alttl ll:. Mr. Hone put his, hand to his prevailed on' the streets of slugs i in the State. The mills are located at
+n'x bead exclaming, "My God I II am Shot." the town when Tuesday morning with November. New carpets will be Mr, and Mrs J. B. Reilly sod children, acquisition to the Methodist choir.. I I GosliuKville Flo., and a letter asking for "-1

He staggered to, his feet; reeled back, the meager reports concerning the laid be, and the decorated.balls and,dining With rooms such are. of Miami, arrived In West Palm Beach Mr. L.:'P. Lane has deserted his. sum J i I I prices. will be promptly answered. The
wards the"half and fell to the' floor,' awful murder were made public:, Deputy newly excellent last Friday night from the North, where mer home in West Palm Beach and is capacity of the mill is such that all orders M]
the Seminole has
while the blood trickled away. in a-pool. Sheriff:Noah Jones look Charge ot the management'full house aright they have been spending several weeks now located on his truck farm on New I c 11 be filled within a few days. 11-10-24. :
case and warned a jury for duty. A to expect a throughout River above Fort Lauderdale, He left .
The distracted wife hastily placing a the at various points, and visited freiends ,i i I i Col W G. Winans, a former popular .
pillow under his) head, saw that death large party of men,. armed with Win season. .:-- on the East side. They left on Saturday on Sunday in his new launch on the resident of_Titusville, who. ,bas been with .

j was soon to come, And realizing that she chesters, proceeded down the Lake, night's train for Miami. trip down the Lake aud through the Mr. C. Powers in the management of the

/ ?' should summon assistance, rushed from some in boaU lad some down the bicycle Public School Note*. Capt. J. Bd. Steinbauser pa led rivers and canals, eoroute to his destination Aragon hotel, Jacksonville! for the past

the honse, going southward down'the trail. At. 9 o'clock Judge<< ;II." B. As predicted, the attendance at tbe through Sunday morning on his return with Captain Jarvis as pilot. The few months, was a guest of the Sernbler

+ i+1e Lake to the bouse of Mr. J. "W. Cons Saunders swore la the following as ju; West Palm Beach consolidated, choolha to Jacksonville from a business captain met Mr. EmiL Koch and his Titusville,on Saturday and SUII-

; stock, who lives only a few hundred rors : Messrs. J. C. Harris' Wm. Helm, leached the astonishing total of two rip to Miami. Captain Steiobauser informed party near Fort Lauderdale and returned! day.cottage He was on his way to West Palm

yard* trout the Hone place: ,,Mf,,Corn- Co>W. chmid, B. M. 'Potter, George hundred and fifty. This figure was The Sun that he was., preparing to West Palm Beach Sunday evening Beach, where he will be Interested in th <'

vi stock:hearing:* the criea of distress:bur, Zspf and :,O?Wj; Weybrecbl':oi The jury reached on Wedne' ..),.an" it will note to put in eight acres of early vegetables Messrs. T. R. L Daughtery and W. management of a hotel during the comIng .

g, pled out, and was soon possession of then proceeded to the house, where they > surprising if that figure is somewhat at his place in the Cutler section, and L. Daughtery, agents for tbe Singer winter season.-Titnsvllle Advocate '
the swfnl facts in connection with the found the body In the hall in the ,posi- ncreased. The rdditlonal seals required I aid that later on he hoped to put In sewing machines in Dade and Brevard :

9 tragedy. The two' 'immediately* out tion in which had fallen. A pool of will soon be placed in position and other extensive crops. counties, have been doing business here The work of removing the bicycle

Mr. ,Comstock patting oat the lamp and blood close by told the Sorrowful tale. his will relieve the congested conditionof for the past two months. This business store and residence of Mr. A', L. Haugh,
carried Thejf ace wore a' peaceful 'and' natural the The Mr. John H. Wylie, the well known that have on Clematis Avenue back from the
locking the doors. He a lantern some of rooms. noon recess has been so satisfactory they
though this:was hardly necessary! expression, and it was. hard for friends iss been lengthened horn 12:30 O'clock: : nurseryman from Interlachen, was In decided to make West Palm Beach st eet a distance of about fifty feet, preparatory .
to t realize that life had been taken. Dr town last Saturday the interest of his to remodeling and materially ,'.
on account ol'the J Artlllantfla.beeof, a to I o'clock, thus allowing: a full boor heir' headquarters and will on the first
ff. C. Hood made an examination of the nursery. Mr. Wylie Is one of tbe most enlarging the building for a winter
Ra lightning. for dinner. This necessitated the of the month, likely occupy a portion of
When the scene of the-shootlng wss body, and a bullet hole was discoveredIn hanging of the hour fop dismissal from prominent fruit growers in tbe State the office of Mr Geo. S. Adams, in the boarding house, the details of which Improvements

.reached, Mr. Hon had breathed his the right'arm, about four laches from 2:30 o'clock to 3. o'clock; The,!attend and figures conspicuously in local poll- Gruber block, Narcissus street. Mr. T. were told In The Sun two or

o fast. Knowing' that the neighbors the tip of the shoulder. By probing nee from,up the f Lak. la' now 'slightly tics in Futnan county. He was a R. L. Daughtery has moved his family three weeks ago, was commenced Mon.

should .he aroused, and that Mrs. Hone the wound the Doctor ascertained: that over ,forty. One of the (important im candidate before the last primary for to town from Titusville and baa rented day morning Mr. Haugb proposes ruth?

should be cared for, Mr. Comstock Induced the course of the ballet was almost thir movements ,to be introduced Is "the the Legislature, and was' defeated by ,, a cottage from Mr. John B. .Beach. Ing the work to completion! as rapidly as

w Mrs. Hone to accompany him to teen inches Iii- : a' horizontal' course, plumbing of the school and In a short only s few votes. The latest addition to the fleet of Lake possible!, and when his plans are carriedout

the home of Mr. tad Mrs.. James Hnnter, across the back, and then :on a downward time the premises will be connected with A launch ride: in Mr. Geo. R,Wsllace's Worth craft, Is the handsome new launch he will have very commodious and

half a'mile down 'the' Lake; The two slope .for :nine inches, probably the sewer system.. fine boat,'was enjoyed by a party of West of'fr' Emil Koch. It is 28 feet long, neat building and one which will be in

'f} set out, with a ,lantern, through: the penetrating and passing through the rte. Palm Beach and Palm Beach ladles and with a 7-foot beam, and was built by keeping with the town's progress.

trail. On reaching Mr. Comstock's heard, The lead was located, close to the entlemen last Sunday. Boynton was lessrs. Peck & Bailey, the well known The members of tbe Ladies'Home- 't
> house the owner noticed that the front skin ou the left side and wet estreated": Increased,th<< Force. the destination. where the ocean surf Miami boat builder An eight horsepower Missionary Society In connection with ;

1yy door was open.- The lantern revealed a without difficulty" by making a slight Increasing business has made it neessary lathing was exceptionally fine. I n't hearty Buffalo gasoline: motor furnishes the Methodist church, tendered a reception .

r rifle leaning against the door while the.<<' nclsion.: The butletproved,to be a rifle to I increase the staff o?,,clerks: la were Mr. and Mrs. Bldrldge: Misslatdwin.Mlssr the motive! power and gives tbe "boat a to Rev. C. Fred Blackburn sod his

screen door was ;held open by .a pair' o( ball, of about 31: calibre.! W. Pi: Hstchctt's. hardware 'store, and Colnier, Miss Markland speed of from eight to ten miles per charming bride at the parsonage, last

if shoes.. Surmising,that .here WAS trouble ..TfBfJURt'9VI RPlC1 Mr. C, B. Willis, formerly of St. touts and the Misses Ward, and :Messrs. Tbos.Bur'u. hour The bull was launched several Friday nlgbt. Although tbe eveningwas

*1 ahead;') *Comstock t :; urged JkfrsJHoas! } ? 'then.siembies Mo., baa taken a position us assistant ., R. Cooper, C. T. McCrimmon, weeks ago, but the engine was installed anything but pleasant a heavy rain
to keep back bat she rnahed up on the tii J evidence. ; the parlor; clerk. He |Is a young man of 'practical Henry, Milton and J'W, Sanders only last week and tbe first trial was storm raging: for some time, yet for all
take the had
veranda.' At the'-aa..se 'time' Mf: 'Com 'They exam- experience, and will be made welcome
ned the lower wlodow\.creeu, saw thetable Rev. Dr. Paine-p.atorof Union, Con- made Saturday. On Sunday Mr. Koch that a great many people representing
4stock grabbed the rifle and turned to go an chair and bad ascertained the to'Ye..ratlD.eacb, rgatlonat church, received a telegram: brought his boat up from Miami, being all of denominations In West Palm r

,1"ii, down the steps -when he ws* pounced relative* position of the deceased with f early Thursday morning, that his wife accompanied on the trip by Gilbert S. Beach, called to pay their respects and

upon from the rear. The lantern was reference to the' window' through which Having leased the Barman House lad ben taken ill at Jacksonville, en- Jenkins and Harry L. Brown and part of to wish the bride and groom every hap

knocked over andat:, he: fight#'wens out. he shot was'fired;+:Snd they next for the winter' I would like the present route home. He left on tbe morning the distance by, Captain Jarvis,. The piness. Dainty refreshment were served
tII He fed< on his Incas in ,the 'grass: with to bear the details, ss given proceeded 'boarder :to\ 'remain, and would be gladto express for the north and on his arrival launch, which Is tied up at tbe city daring the evening and a short pro.

: his assailant on his back. A struggle above from Mrs Hone and Mr. Como have another who" would stop with at Jacksonville be was glad to fin 1 that dock, will be handsomely finished and gram of music wu given that was
cusued forpoeu.doa of the firearm in We shall spare no pains to Koch and thoroughly enjoyed. The reception
?\ stock The colored! men who worked for us. please Mr.[ Paine was much better. Both are furnished by Mr. personally,
which Mrs. Hone pluckily took part. deceased also W. L.;Bet toil and Mrs. M. M. Betton. expected to reac home this or tomorrow when the work In completed this boat cpmmittee was composed of Miss Lamp.
She was, however, thrown aside. Mr. the .were questioned, and ..... ) I'' and' Mrs.' Houston these ladies be
: after the in I ---- evening and services will be will I be one of the swiftest finest ing and
Comstocki} wss.unable to ,free himself, shortly. noon jury brought atjonuniaml Send la yonfsubscrlptlon to the SemiWeekly -!, held as usual In the Congregationalchurch launches to be seen on the Lake this ing assisted by Mr. J, R. Parish sad Mr.

;: and letting go of the barrel, of the, rifle en la. 1O:- Tropical Sun. next Sunday coming winter. II.; Pierre Braunlng ..

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2 'THE ))3plf0A>4 SUN, 'WKIST' PALItd BBACH, B1td181lDali, 11'1 iWl'" QCTOBEId..!


la'the Intention of the manage, a PUJJ& ON A ROPE. .
I on r Fapcr of Didt Countr, Florida. to ION.O subscribers: _
meut of The ,
Tropical-Bun Jasuathe i c You want to be certain it

PUBLISHING COUPABT paper a* a Bimt-woakly, com<< to will stand/ the strain. ,
E.rEN; : : icp) Sijn ? called.
ii HARRY L. BROWN. MANAOtR. !menctrig on Wedqesday, November YOU WILL
: la t elr
::1 ,un.uHIUVINV FRIDAY. I (fob. o jel pjf ,pa } FIND A FULL LINEof

;11 AT wa.T PALM BIAOH. OAD OOUMTT. .PLOHIOA' ,. :The growth 91,the c .tpwn of ;Weat per. JLf ,thfv.tdato is iior ,\o Oct b.,ar the best quality of

-- PRICE.! S2.00 A YA,' Palm Beach has, b mv Hugh<<: ,-as to ,- I0bs i&y in fgrg
24tb are arreara '
1 i i warrajnt the chango from a weeklyto ROPE ANP CABLlS ATHATpHETJ'jS

(p Entered at the M atcond-claM Poxtofflc ot'we.tpalm;matter, Beach atekice-a.tiwgekaper.: Events of y.\m\ oription, and .shoujd rvx, ; !l.all: i L, t

importance Jhappon 1! ;here almost an WitS dug, proij l >tly.SQPi0AI4! :
'!U4,1003. ; ,
daily! and in.thjls ,age. f progress its '
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necessary to; ,.t keep the ,Qublicinformed .

1 DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. as ,to what.is. going on lujjfjijr w\I -r.. :o: ar.'I ""'- vGeneral?lir.e| bf J3OATBUUKHAHDT'S .. ;HARPW;p. ,

| ,own immediate. viqinitjy! ,and!
netlonat.United J I, In.* .Y{orld at large Aa the :Tropt- TRY .u. ._ .. .... ._ .- : .., ,

-States-Senator car,Sun fled remarked. ,oq previous :

STEPHEN R MALLORYRepreseutative 9ccaIQDa, nothing .}is .too good forgat 'vsm MS! T'EA1VILAUNDRY "- '
st Nos Fill Enoch,.Ocl.tU. 1909
In Congress Palm ; each "; .the ount",)' in ,

ROBERT W DAVIS found about. ,For -that reason and &Ve.the money over biittonleaa.shirt- ,and faded fabric a" :
every department of the paper will. \Vork..&Pe4 for sod delivered omjt\y.! \ ort\ left wHIr! ,d/. B. Aultman,, Whez ie Froj 'tfePumpkin'" ,

State,' be made as Interesting and newsy as "theClothier, itwillreceive/; the< .same attention{ ___

Court Judge possible! and the Sun will endeavorto STRAHAN BROS. Proprietors'
Supreme Cor.CI..maW..Avenue..nd.na lro.d Way on ;
!? WILLIAM. HOOKER do Its share in advancing thebeet :f
Pancakes / orde"'. T a'dozen 'kinds of':Pan.
I n terns 1 8 of the whole people are */ are
r Secretary of State cake rlour market, r/fre.allrrflore or.leag btt
.of the. East High Clgtss Photography la/JKi !; nfce? (
who call this portion:
e the nicest ofyf whole lotAurtyMarlst'/ r. '
Coast of Florida, tbel I? home.
: .
Comptroller / .... Our Work is Unexcellec PaVioake 'FlourIt
?= H' nJn :A ,
ALONZO C CROOM ,.TQWN..tl.fCT, ; (t.ON. A'ill I PIt 'K nYm hafjI/Hcacy of f flavor that no other kind bas, and it '

'' ,.{ftailroadComm loners ten days the voters,of .West UJJ l >> n J Degeloping Amateur, and Promptly, printing I Done for 'WOD't Ie ready fyiasCant( I } Jise once* yq'u have had some of it you

r R HUDSON BURR Palm I ,fetch ,will be Bulled: uppn. jo have anyotber..
JEFFERSON B"BROWNECounty.. say ,who, ,they .want ,as their reprt Studio in EfQ mid\ lprlc West 'alm Beach Fla Our fall shipment. now la band new andjfresh. Price
In the several .in Is the. same as the ordinary kind-Two packages for, 25 tents
seqtatlves\ \ ofllces --
a -- connection "wjth the Ianage rent pf I The Rev. Jobn ,Wpgner. pBator ol ..N..N.NN....+!..NN; Fin (
RepresentativeGRAHAM the town's, affairs. There.I; : !la no. Trinity Lutheran church in Hazeltnn, I WHAT, THESTATE! 'L. W BURKIIARDT : Groceries:

W KING; i iY I dearth( qf candidates in .tfie field for Pa., baa declined an Increase In his
TreasurerC any of' the .pfRces l and.it will .be .V''epeople '' salary of $300 per annum. lIe declares :- : PRESS SAYS i It will pay you to purchase our Coupon Boo.

II RAULERSON \tbeqrseve8) | who will! be ,ta that he la at this present :.N.NN...NN...t ... + o-oo # .. ..
1 i *rv. -
?l Tax Collector blame If ,tha( proper men pore not moment receiving sufficient salary Another Guess Coming.The .
THOMAS J HARDBS cbuaen. It .cannot bejoo strongly to satisfy him and he RDffgesra; that! .. J.,
Tampa Tribune is of the
the that the diverted t.1 opinion I
Sfr urged upon eieatora the i'rposelllnpI'I' s

'" RICHARD Tax Assessor M SMITH very first consideration that ejiould the fund for the erection of a new speaker that Bob of McNamee tbe next house will, be but elected Judge: l lllllllllllllltllilllllllil/ttUllllIIII11116111JI111111t11 l . l /. . NUU1111II. :

(Influence the votes Is that of the fitness churph. For twenty-eight years Mr' (Gibbons, of Jacksonville, Is of a different ,
County Commiaslotiera! of the candidate for the office Wagper ilea li r. 'Tat District which be seeks. Experience should church. Rev. Wagner/ would] be a I gentleman and will set Colonel Bob a: REMPVAL ALA '

; \ F C AICIBR211d count for something; practical rep drawing ,attraction/ fop the JC/ak/ riot pa, e. Captain Johnson, of' Dude'I .. II"" I
i District suits may also well be taken intoconsideration. City fair, and would no doubt eity, (I. pot a candidate, having positively '
.. ... ..
not'th declined run rtO.' I" J -
e GEORGE W LAINHART : While it is capture etlr..t.prie., to for ttje speaker
K' purpose of The. Tropical Sun to ( ship.-Tltnaville Star. Grand Cfiance-- =.

; 3rd District espouse' the cause;. nt any particular Florida i is .to, be congrat.ulatec. ; I .1 '.4 rF ; .
v; R B MCDONALD candidate candidates, etjll ftjf\ the Right After the Governor.!
says the .Uainesvilla gun, upon .
., 4th District only fair that the gentlemen who fact iba for the next two,.yearn. at It ia becoming painfully evident with A 25 percent. :1 _
'r' ": JOHN SEWELL. have. held office for the past ,year least the present ,delegation} Congress each setting of the sun that William :
Sherman Jennings, Governor of Florida
; p''" should haveattention drawn to their
. District will continue to'look ft/tPF the
5th ; .
the of
Democratic is becoming
IjiT grass vpte ;
1 1 S A BELCHER stewardship and if that stewardship interests of the State In additloj fUqatel.tban his party. Go it, Reduction on All _
; has been such as to warrant renewal Bon. \ .
to the present delegation Billy Qrove'r Cleveland I #n..e. had tbe == '
"', :Members District School. .of the confidence of.the people B. Lnnmr- will be a member of same fool i ideas. ...cud so, too, did one Val
!t' let then that renewal should be? given. the 58th Congress from, -the Third I. Bryan. You are following illuetrlou.8 Cfish Purchases'gAs
}.;. There are evidence on every side, District, and will be found. uniting I footsteps, and will .ooQ-b. numbered i.
and District of wbat has been accomplished his efforts to promote! the interests among the used-to-be's.. -Sanford Citron
; J C HARRIS during the pant few months; the of the people. No State lu icle.

,' ., ,,' ,11'd District residents can see .for themselves the the Union :*Jjth as small A delegation ; W we are soon to remove to the Commercl-( .:
Hon. W. A !llama. :
i 1 ;": : '" W M BURDINE signs of progress and advancement. exercises as much ln .pence ID :; clal Hotel Block Clematis Avenue, Jt J is
The coming will be an Import. Tentative candidates for Congress to
year national l affairs us does Florida.
Justice of the Peace ant one in the town's history andit su.cceeJ{; the prepfnt incumbent in Ibis ;:; absolutely necessary to reduce our

;l: jrd DistrictH faelufcorea the people to think district who is'ujaied' fog ItPC1eF? term gj lines of Men's Furnishings h9 .

I :: \.:+' f BRANDING before I bay wt their ballots. The lawyers. of the State want and has no opposition seem to be tout Ing and Hats ,-. .
I,,;; ;... that constitutional amendment Increasing tiplyinj. One of the recent announcements -
t::'>(ll/'l, lIon. John M. 'a1d"ell, president .the number of SupremeCourt of a candidate to succeed l Con. 9 rJI
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}, >of the Florida Press Association, .111 l ,FOR LAW, AND ORDER, Justices 'from three to Alx ;ressttian Davis two years hence Is laM : 1 "
1 Whatever the outcome of the horrible to be J. M. Barre.. St. ha
: preparing to commence the publication adopted/ at the election next m.nth.but Johns county S SeHNBI.DMllN
, ./ of a weakly newspaper at White tragedy of Monday eight maybe they dQ pot explain away the not bad la the memory of the oldestnhnbitant '., :

J priugg, (Columbia: County. The the people should have patience fact that tbe present court, slef>pentirt'ly a candidate for the position,
press fraternity of Florida will welcome and show .their faith in the law and too much, works very UltJ/a, but it may have In ICM- Senator W. A. The, Men's OutfitterOruber'i '
/ lapWilliams} ia young, active and am. Block \y>.t Palm I .;
Mr. Caldwell's return to jour-, tholl appointed to carry It into ef and renders few decisions during: t th" == .Beac! { j5 '
itious' \
U\io knows but
? he may be the
fect,by refraining from agitation.
; :
aalism.A. At the hour of going to press the given entire that year.six What,Judges: assurances will: improve' : are haired,.ihite-haired Davis boy f whosncceeds ISlranger: thing the*long havjappened { I 1G11r11r11fltr11r11f" " "11rtlrifflltNtltl8iltlitllrlltllttlltUt11t10111t11tllr" " " ' ' "

sleepy town is Tarpon Springs. officers .wer hard at work cm the ,
matters? Hut the amendment, ,no .-St. Augustine Record ........ .
) election called for ----- ; \.r. .
(Recently an was case and they stand a much! better ..
doubt tbe people "
be .
will adopted: Yes, strange things have happened, : ,
the purpose of voting; on the liisu- chance of success if unhampered by hoping that there will be some im but worse things could happen for this : "
once of bonds to the amount of $8,. inquisitive persona whose actions sofa Congressional dl'trlct. 3
provement. TUwavjlla} Ad voca te.Germany's Senator Mac. Masurys\ Paints and Varnishes
OOO for town improvements. When r have tended to cause. n great; .. Williams Is In the prime of ,,
election day rolled around, not a deal of 8D'o.oywCt-OonlJ. trouble. faa> Always ardently Dlanbood'j

eiufjle voter appeared, and 'the Sheriff Frohock and his assistants reliable crown prince Is, accord. Cause of {the pof.f a.nd/ Is, The great success we have had in selling these (goods: and tlte\ '. .. -
election was declared postponed for are bending: very energy to locate lag to reports which come way eminently 'fitted to succeed! "OJ J I aTFoylng! demand has warranted our placing an order Sot a
a month. Tarpon Springs; is en- and arrest the murderer, and 41, they both from Berlin and from England, Bob" In the House of Representatives/ car loud ol 80.000 RDd arrive soon These good-. ,ire
titled to the bakery. succeed, the populace should refrain to marry Princess Alice of England, Ue is one of the best orators and d,- the BK8T; oB the nT.rk.tf nwTtfo' FftlCff JS: ,J1fGUfWn .
from any lawless demonstrationand and .t the social ,announcement of theengagement i balers in the South, and should he con WlU b* plowed to send yon color cards and quota yon priori, (!
elude ,
bo looked for- at to mike the race other candidate.
The hundreds of friends along; the allow the law to take 1 It* course, my i
; E.ist Coast of Judge George: P. as it most surely will if the oppor. any time. Princess Atyae, who Is would have Sun to hustle to defeat him.alnesville .- East Coast LnmliBr and
the daughter/ .Qt( the late Duke pf Supply COIDJaIlJ
;h Raney, of Tallahassee, ",vial deeply tunity is afforded. Albany and the only njsrer of tile: --. .=. ,
sympathize with that gentleman in young sovereign Pake of )paxerCor' Yards Titusville >>
The Beat Pre/icriptfen for !,tfaja Eau (pallle Fort Rhxae
; ) ;
What and Qothn ia
the sad affliction which .befell him IMttsburgis for erooke.Uas- burg/ a particular
Chills and Fever is
last Sunduy night when his bride of tlngs Rt. Johns county, i is. for'pots. favorite of both the Emperor and Chill Tonic,a bottle ft is simply of Cioye'aTasteless Iron general? Office. Eau, Qallie, F a. .
t Empress, during all tbe recent
lees than a year was burned to toes. Had the 'founders of this nice and quinine in a tasteless form. No -- -""' .
court festivities baa been n conspicuous ;:!""' f J ./ ...
Of' .i
h death in her home at Td1111 bBifItee. little village known. of its peculiar figure ia the royal circle, and cure, No pay. Price 30 cent., : '

r The deplorable incident has cast a fitness for the tuber, ,we do Dot made much of by tbe Kaiser. and his After the Fire

y, gloom over the city of Tallahassee. doubt .its name would bo.blli'n consort. .
'S'udville.[ Rat since Hastings it I' Go to aDd ., i

i Miss Alice Roosevelt says The Savannah I is, it Ia. halting to the front as the Attempted' Murder. $500 'Reward 0- Po Li out a. good Fire Isauranes J*. IUy" ,' ,
News, is to appear at some banner section of St. Johns county dinpatcb from If obe SJound to the and it will be lost. Jlk. fladieg

-' of the White House function during Nothing succeeds on the (farm like Jacksonville: Time -Unloi> an4 fiti en, money :. '
knowluar what can do'and says that Louis Owen, a negro section\ '
the winter season In a '"made you laborer murder .
attempted SArt
over" gown. It was the wedding doing it. lit this particular Hast morning by striking another Monday, also 1 1

gown of her *ten-mot her. A great loge escels, }Ier potato crop of section band, on tbe bead negro-with tbe For the arrest and delivery Haven'tAny Gp: \

many girl object to "made-over. ," 1902 .brought: H3QJ)00(J ) cash money pole of a 6-ponnd club ax, Owen had
but ,JIin Roosevelt is not one of the at the depot, and the prospects are been working near Hobe Sound about r'fe.b.u-raDu'
sort. Besides, probably the quality bat the crop will be double in six or seven weeks and his ray bad been to me, In the 1' Dot? wfo, !) .10'1' s t:4 ui ft.

', of the material cuts. nome tlgnre i 10 acreage in 190l.-TlIW': -Unlou and stopped f f some one np the road He ford to be .without' J TJIc h t

the matter. Citizen.. teemed to be discouraged at not having woods, with satisfactory over with/ .
aay money for t his i wprlt and Monday
candidate for "The Board of Public ,\Vorka of' morning be and Done; Williams di 4 Another Congl'HlIehDat Tampa Ja revising the tax aaovsa- so to work. Owen knew tbat Willmma proof of Tropical Real Estate Exchange
4 honor has appeared on the political bad some money and while Williams guilt, of the .
horizon, and he, like others ment rolls, and has found Home remarkable dept Owen truck him a blow thnt bethought T"BlMl SM Slack W. I. METCAUF "
Instaneea of undervaluations would put him out, and proceeded Manng4 J'
r' who have announced In a Jacksonville I ,,
to relieve him of his
money of
man. The latest would-be of property. One pW( pproperty about $lJ. alto supplying himself with Mr. RIchard .
'' H '-,.,. -' ,.,. ." ..
owned "
r -esentative .from the Second ia formerly by a mem. clothing belonging to others that occupied ; "" ;:'::1< .
I Rep
tier of the board which he tbe same souse He then left, going
Hot Charles L. Fildps, a prominent upon north; but in a abort while hi. crime Hone.. LAKE WORTH BOAT.
attc -ney who wes a candidate for spent, before selling!: it, 11,800 in improvements was discovered by tile section foreman') I t1. WORKS,
la now valued at $1,- family who gave the alarm and very A. T. HOSE, .
before the Sanford convention Proprietor.
soon tbe authorities were' hot
in 189S. Mr.I Fildea has >00. Thus it l la all over the State. trail. Owen la from Jacksonville on and his W. P. $ATOETT. Launcher, TaehU Sail and Fish Boats Bow Boats and Dfaggbys
] Some property owners pay full will. try to reach that place if not arre.ed .&- Balk to Order Overhauled, Repaired
rececJy moved from Gainesville to value while others pay less than in toe meantime. William will get i OJ: Haul.d, Ou ., .
Jacksonville. half value.-Jacksonville Metropolis well, .but had a close caJL West Palm Beach Fla. Boat Yards at Mangonla. '

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I : "iDE cou Y VOTE ,n Simpson' 8 i, BewardHW --fl.,.. B ABellamy :Bellamy R w DISTRICT NO. xoAmasoa .

.:: ? Stevenson'T Jas A J 8 Bryant Brsckriell lee W t A IIAII\P\ lARK ST I lf

\ __3.. _.____ Thomas David Thvrmaa B ,,4' e T'VfAlbrittoa J T Arnold Jnm.iisAbramJ BAtklgennHP \

t Thoms B W Turner John Clark J W C wela.W B..
:1 ,' ff1pial List of Registered and Qualified ra Thorn W T T.ylor( WmThompson AnnW.B
1 J
Aypr WA A.IO" ),

'. .BYas Shown by .the Registration; Books Taylor M B O Taylor Thorn Jam R DTaylorlaaao B Farrow., J 0 Promberger HGoodwin AL q.I\J w ; AUIr"'pooro"lIb; Q J' Lawmakers Wax MerryWhen
i G' A 'J7 lQ Anderson-O A

.J?; JI 002 of*i Dado County; ]lOridnj;: Talton Turner W J A G Turner C 8Tburman H '".. .d P. KCUlukleyO c B Work Is Laid Aside.

I Thomas AVan Sot H Bravo 8 A Brt.kerhoKFBudge
. H 0 Brown a DSlgokm.n :
t Taylor Jet H B

z DISTRICT NO.l, ? *dwarde JuliusBllla'Julltt ..to t.. D : .V, K K V Brady. 0 W- Many kumorous-Tale. Related In the
I' BokmanPOGrant 4//f.' Bradley) C K Bogus A *: :
n II) WT VUtenuY J WVices fRS KIngIT Cloakroom.-First Case* of LawyersFurnish
ara.w.e,"" Brew Robt Budge V TBurdtne
e yHW! I ; ? ', ;' W,J King 1 H Kennedy T S Id" Food For
D Wm
fi Bryan 8 Romlnlsoenco.
V '
IMteg LrzBrockmKJoleph.. I' r I \ P 4. w1 MMarshall
; f : ];. 10"f 1 r Buak 0 W BrlttJB ''How General Noble Won a Murder
Field Albert Premd r 'W '
i M'
Wilder Abner. Weybrecht W R W
C 0 Marshall
< :
i BeldonFOBurdlvs Bell 0 J
Cues A Heavy PlaIn .Court
KleldRSr\ Fallen W KPonyth -Senator
s Carleton ReubenFrsnltl Wade I. N< Wit.on 10 A Marshall\ Wn Marshall M Ai J M BraddockBryant .
J D ] < s 9 JobnPeaeter Witlni PrankWhldden 'Wright a B Marshal Carlton Mat-ahull A DOliver C 0 Brlokell C B Vent,and the Dog-Runn"'g For
1 ,
( S
t y.rI> H' ',' Wisher 1 KIndley T.Ai, WmWalatlneH William. a' \t* 0 Brlckl.ll WmBJrBattB : BnokellWmBBr'' the 'Legislature Before the War,
Will .1..
George'Plagler ,
p' H Woodruff O A PR T' 'B.n C A ,
yield' Bit. Henry M (Copyrightl9QIp: < by Champ Clark.
Whliehurat R P Wanamaker ,.- '
ti P'PaulaenJ Braddock a ACosgroveDaq ,
R RfH4IfWrntir Fraaler W ,
Warren F..kllnlohll
William. GeoWllklneon Water C 8 I OwtaMepdtth.saystSk .

'//Ji t: ___J J fuller Henry Fullldgton HenryPaberWP J A Wick J VWilliam. i 'f. '," C knar at all hours, the. most. Dlmd upon
... ... '1";'" .';.;' : William. J A C T f.4 a Crn. C '
uUlleg.\ .: : "d G Wells J B Wo..bl.OW Btmnahaa Prank Stran.han J WSmithW Cookrsn R L Carroll Charles' bunt.. ai,sa' Br ems TM 1.e d .m'1A

.. rYjohw h lafJta4 ,. Gate BlbridgeGlenn Wllaon A W Wiggins I BUndley" R C Chandler Q L Courley Ch* I q
r. OleWttle 4y r WM Woodhull A L Wllliama R BWaiker0W \ '" V Cardy J W Goppioger 1L / ci hY k -*..........' -.
... ..
The .cId. cd --411III: ;
rt. M R. H i' >. QoerBBOllneath, : Wanamaker3A'WlUlamsdn f Valentine W C *, Chafer BWCsnover Currier P fte omo he baud\ wkpt ...._ hi tat wea,
.. It" GrterTJeniberM T G 8 L> WlgglnaT LI; W. J T Coat W DCaruther nil -T be bmrow.d. tb40 mono W.,......

8 : Walter ,!?'" Gllderaleeve J William L J Walker J W i Wallace A J W.,... ABI Cameron O D W BCorrell AH of torn' thins a ..... I belle.... mar lav
y tohing .r /niching;,, OWUrldeeuDM GrUTlnHC Webater K Wlndhain N W I Chapman P W''' AdmitGbeathnm And not be the war far fomttnw. bpi set

4 g Kennedy John Glover WH [ail B Plover Wllmn Geo W Wooden James Cone A J ,. Thai B Nice", never. oh, neee eaitb'e IncklMt tonne.

MC James Gilaesth Taylor Winks V Wldentan Wm f DISTRICT,NO. 8 Chanoey.W A Chesthum H Hath l uapunlahad. forgotten the hour of his dinned ,,

N Poerrcn .' McPhersbn O Irtmnn Mitchell Graham K A IIUame D L Whitney JohnYarborough S Carroll o OCoston Chafer M That la probably .true as to the aver
_ '? MeNelll James1P. : Bi. Neal Coker Lew laCoaobtuan
Chi.W S '
PonOH O.entWL y' age wan. Besides his dinner, there IsIt
Biy.nNC Bull C PCUmeut
CaiaptMllAJChsllla RA
I iB PaikaN.II. dew Z P lary Kelson M J Tarborough R B C"- least, another thing a lawyer never !
i L W II Cobb Frank'
,Park.O W 0"J Yarborough W P S Coition B 0 S Clapton O II Campbell C H forgets while, memory holds her sway,

r ,8", -," Z Comb j aGoodaon Campbell Geo Collln.M i Chapman1 Walter and that I.'hIli first case. To hIm that m
H" .p eon C D .Ight Cba. C ZaptGeo Zapl carl s
p t p..a Otto Stypnust Karne.t Hiram P r' $ Clapton J B Cook WillieCpnkran Is what the crossing of the Rubicon
h wall IL E Stypman H 8Bchrolden. e. n 1 \ man. Brick;aon" CA. < Comb. W UCunrnd J KCunningham
Nett to and
y rl.tlan lye I C was Ceesar, opens up a new
,f Card DISTRICT NO. 4 1 1. P '
Hick. 'n Illicm World He Is
11,! no longer a neophyte.He .
T II / AAngevlne .' Pulford W H D
Rays I. to .a fall fledged member o* an honorable
7o.1! Tyndnlt X C BDISTRICT Henry WilliamHopklrt I. IAI.I G A, :', '" O Debhrry W 0 Dyt-e J J
4 and I lucrative '
4 J Wr4M, B 8. U John W Beartlom W T Ollason J H Doreathy 0 L Dingle J MDewey profession. "Ex; i,

J tar Edward. 'W.IlIa..aoa" r i A Hoaford B L Hop'.Sod J P W ;. GlUson RA Deberry Ed D J B perience meetings" as to first cases are y

a r---- .,.. Karri.} J & HurdG H C' H. Douglas/ W D.rtsOLDougl.ea frequently held In the cloakroom. Genera -

t NOt :a srSAI Kuhil>l.-.,. Frank Houston. C C Co. W H Carnli J M Harp J A Harp Thom H It, Dlekenon Fred' John W. Noble, a splendid lawyer,
: Halt Boldea Hsnnog Wm I Dorn K Dann ADouglas wb of the Interior
Chair W A llarrla H N Hepty J J was secretary under -
A .
HendrlckeonWW HanesZPHunter! BEuseat 7 Harrison J W not looon W 8 P B the younger Harrison, thus describes
_ P- Dodge L L Dran A-B
", ArmouuJAsr Hanon Eobt J >
4J-'..IlfC J B "' 'Kvan. AJPreedlund 'H'.I"! s .u I his first case:
Hea'y Wm R Hanon* H B
Bd2j Harder R H Hlacock 1 D P ./ 1 L-< Ive J W General' Noble' First Caee.

lfoweel 1 A Hobson Tiios Ha-r-son" J R Punk: J R .' A :: J Erlekmoa3W KnlqoGErfurt F 0 "My first caaet This Is Indeed a long

t }balt, 'B ooker 111 F Holey. 0 HamenJ WReckcrtO Preedluad Andrew Foray Khmer Johnson J H JeaklueWa.hK BlnlgAJ Ellis U WFriar call, but you may be sure I remember
t i T W. Po rey M 8 Porrey W L- K I
sp t C Holly J p. It The year IBM found me In St. LouIs -

!' t t esrlluCwr UlUlcrllJC: HaypeTLtlF.nfeletllef G M R a graduate of Tale admitted to the
\ OiiNih) P. Proaoher B: A Coo C
D'" W J Holly M BHattlaonJ O...- t A W L
V JForsett bar first at Columbus. O. and soon aft
Prohook John Ftory ,
Howard W H J Griffith J F' Gardner. R W LongMF
DuboU Harry E: A er at St. Louis hating examined
r a 'w Hell BaldeaHoffman Hatohett W P Or'fflth Wealey Flanagan K S been
E'8e1w.4. J P Hlnson J X, 11Harness MC Fowler W MQftntler Filer" Chs FFredericks there by Judge Alexander Hamilton.I .

1( '' B, \. ... Hewett L D / 0eoJ McDonald R E McDonald J BMcRaeJ J 8Glrtmnn could have drawn at draft on time

"11'"""" A -S G and paid It easily, for I bad plenty of '
I.Idn.ro. S
FlgleyH H FO..At.oR\ D .. N T M J R time I Other means were scant. Thus,

PaniitalaWI";. W J.n Samuel Nugent J I, Kut JPO'Neal Gerald II 0 Gay In Sam sitting In the criminal, court one day i

,,0 J>,J: II 5 G J L 0 Graham J M Gnath ChrUtlsn came my first case In a court of record.
Paul C Johnson J B Lyman; M 8 Lyman b RlareonLb. ..
Qrout H "',' -HH. Jone J RPhllllpaC Graham W 8 Glrtmau W U
J ; The criminal court was then located at
D Jones. W H LeWI.HTM 1
Joan J P Gander J GrangeGlrtmsn- L
OOM |W- ,
southeast corner of Sixth and Market
BH. Jerklis M.C '
Johnson R D"Goethe
GUdwln 8 WGarthsldsC
.D '' '''- '' .. Jackion L> Jackaoi Landen May bet-y to P MavberyCB, .jKayberry W Padgett H aOhin.an.J streets, on the second floor of a

H.rrisg OWHendrickmn Hall JantM Jr Johnson Geo W Johnson Henry Kayber R D W 0 S W D Gnutier. Dennis two story brick bdlldtng and the old I

AlvlnHenderson MIi!.S kf W Jackson A H Johnion 0 W Mayber ?y T B Murray H B Smith A J M Sloan A qomlwlns A Galllssen Ja.Gulbrandsen. stone jail was just In the rear of It on

A B H.n T u.., Je..lnll.Or' ,pe"'",. A Moore W If Miull C A T Gautier O M J the block there. James R. Lackland

Ritmllngtan WS, UardlnHP. Jaokaon\ Andrew Mun'hen C S Tomb L Tucker EdTnmon Gnmn8 T tJ-ew R: K: ws judge, and Henry A. Clover was 4
> *>< t ", 1 K W L Tucker B: MiKayWofTord : Grave C A Green. Dan circuit
J Me, attorney. I had become acquainted -
&E h, IIIIe'I'I,. Kaowle Au.:'. R "'" II Prana McCorley Dan W Griffin W BQalletP : GoitaJA with Judge Lackland sufficiently -

.J" Kelly Geo RIncrld James P ,' WofTord J B J T Gore A P for him to recognIze me.' A case

19.... M C Jackson C P Knn.e 0 A QalletJ Qap icr F L
Porter J W Pence CPalmer DISTRICT was. called wherein the defendant woe

_ yv .., Ke :d i L Pierce C Wkouaaean P W 9 II charged with murder, and he being

Xing MB KurgttEE' \ tsnehnrt Wm M lauehariOW ., R -S A Haye J IIHav Haha F W Poor ,and without counsel, the Judge
( 4. Xllchh.t!:" Laulber 1 C B 0 G A lie-lok D WlInoMnBton
'h Lei R H ., Rowley Geo. a spoke out. It seemed very loud to<< me,
I. ndrewa B N Albu J P W T
L Lane .. P S Holy' J J
Mr. Noble will take this nan's
'.r SLambWin"pv1' "rrt I.eI.l'eter LoganD 0I.e.Ia .' Anderson J W H'l'' L B Uaxitn R H
t HI'I I
;;i, Smith G D smith W case and defend him.
H Andrew J Lope. C A B Htad F Hay L D
i'f"" Miller B C Lan.lngCP; Layton G 8Larwn Smith J M Burr R H Jr Burr 8 D V Hogg 1 H L Hunry W R "The case was continued to give a

Vetalf any I Mitchell D Layiou C R H P V, DownSKBurr B own. B J Ho'nieeOeoIleyner Hill G B chance for preparation. I went over

Monroe D ? ,. M.gl! F J Lan.lng P H Live, more H K VOMPCWeeka R TBrbok. Blocker r. S Allen BHelm. lleiclohoff R to the jail with the defendant and talk

s .t Ty'' ., Morris Tho. 8 Heater Geo P Lauther C J W'Wilkinson W J Bryant H T J A Horn W D ed the matter over. His name was

r I ; ''' f ,' Me' LewUH W Lope 0 'M H R J C Becker L Ha-p*' T J Hook W A MIddleton and the man he had shot
,., / ,
McLean* 'D' ("' \ McCulIIs< /< Wm Lewis Bird Loder Robt C Han* C HIIIJTBnghoc was celled 'Buffalo Frank,' a Frenchman

,A P .- M DISTRICT NO. '5 Curry B CaryJTCook W D May C A who spent much of his time out
proctor George ', PoweiP; Mt Moore R B lI .thl.l D' B Chord; W A W A Hnrrlnon DK HuddleetonKII on the, plains and came to St Louis

,. ;Itf\\\ R.: lIIetcalf W J Maham.WH Cook Clarence) Cluver J W Hlnnoo A PJonesllenry occasionally and then raised a good
Burton I H Blackman W W
Miller H 8 Msr h.ntCE: Cooley L A Conrad A 8 1
W deal of disturbance. MIddleton was a
W Root
Ef *
.ultJaS Moses W B Majewak: A B.ke'18 Conrad J T Jaukion M Jr

,," r,1fr\\ "",< S Moore W J. ...rtt",,A. i C D Jackson Andrew .TolTrln I. C member of a lire engine compitny. The

f t" $ Allred Smith J Mesrs. W M Mitchell W R Cohen A Cole 1Dy"We Douthlt B J DeaRoohe. Henry Jargon J F Joynor F" E fire engines In those days were worked ,

:'i Milton Wm Milton H t D Der.ne. PJDemerrltt DePul.J G Dr Johnson Wm Jnme JesseJonut by. band, and the engine houses were
.TyndTaH J A Marvin J W Metcalf B L' J H Doughtey J A or P Jone M B occupied by young fellows who were

/ 'W rWldmayer M.ltby\ O H Metcalf C P 8'KleDWood DeVann: J L Dupont B C Johnson ClarenceK Dot able to throw Into the service all 4

r r Wtl t:=) A W r. Miller Geo A Margin A BMaughlla S O Dlllard Wm the virtues {pr the small pay ppy received. i

,? w.u.B'1 tw.'k.' W Rar W W ,Marrln J K P' 5 It; Kerfoot A H Kronowltter John 'Bulr 1o Frank' frequented

W' .1D..ChaaH MUlnerJRMcador Kellum M RLaiul.ar Killer W L between him and the defendant about
i y.,1I.rbert F
f'. # R S ..1I1e.r.. ti
'" 11 r. and the tragedy occurred
Morris J D C Mumford Lewie" Grippe C Gunnel P A Filer W A Filer Henry
a ;; ', NO. Martin Sing Mobtey W KMenonWn Green II Pickle RB : A JLoweWm Lewis WBtiiinimu down about Board and Spruce<<: streets. +,
3 J B
,.. Mitchell W A H G 'Buffalo Pyeaum. pursued MMdteton

*. .. OelserCEHlIbel Lanler E C Lee Willie with a spanner, was close upc him iy
rn Allen irfcMcKennaJohn HayguodTJ.Lyman Hodges\ A P Ln.-'ctur B F
; DAAnderson ,Armrtrong WpArcher Ijifller Chas D and about to strike him with this dead.
Jot* Cbaa B McFarlane I."' .. H Lofton W A Lane J A.LA..I. .
.. ttnahL0Ao when bflddleton as he ran ,1
AntbonyJRBrAnthony AOam.gele McCnne David McCann J TMcK. MKMarehalljt J J Higg B T .' J A Lee P K ly weapon .

A P 'Arten. PrankAnttman n.Ie WmMCDanlel P K.. KoeferLP Hu.keyAJ M drew an old brass single barreled pistol : 1
'Arnutrong MoaeDI3TRICT M Bal McCmy R McCune G. Myer.W'W u.key[ J P Helling 0 C Miller' Tho Mirch W B and reaching with his right arm .

; .,' Argyle J D, ..eCa70 McOlntey J B r r' MeMcFarlln I Mv R C Murtlilu.on D R under his left, fired, and the ball went i

> McCullovgh W R T BNlools hie C O Ingall C K Morse F 8 Mo-g.r. C W through tbe heart of his assailant, who \
BreUfordKU BurkhardtLWBakerPJ N N agall H P lageraon A Lord Mien C A 1\I".nler.Jo. full dead In his tracks. : '

e Harrington C BBrannlsgQ Nelson Andrew Nlcoll Goo J APowell J ..(..t...... It J Slol er John "This 'tact was the alleged crime. '".

I,' Baker John Veely. ThoaOtwell Kelsou' Jas p. .. C: Johnson Mater Wm Merritt, S BMe"erUA Now that spanner was bore central tact

nw' Beach J B Brigg.R RBranhaoa Meal H N Jones Wm Muller John In the case. A spanner Is a wrench S
Brawn T D Joe B M.I.... B'll! M.lobellWillleUouttomnrr
O K with a curve to fit the b'ronze joints of
Badger W Botaford A SBoatwrlgbt 'B8h.rmeri Moody B F C J
I! A B 'O'Neel 0 W 'N'D Pte.mhi '" n'lght: D R Knight Jim C water hose so as to fasten or unfasten
'w, Bergen J J WBoatwright W RSkate. Mo.rlaonMMMcDonald: Miller II D
W'Bowen Owens AHOutlandRM Owens O W .D nowlee; B P Sr Kelr 8 B It. It has a handle of a foot or
Buraham N a 0 JT.ylorBSr Mo
Oliver N Idiom W W Kellom J 8Llttleletd
1 more. and this particular spanner was
rater ABellOW' W R T
O'BetmaPJP I. J A McCarthy Chile D and that It was
Bowyer 1CBrown ,T.loVlBJTockeaMovk., McDonald M JMoKlray so large so
Bryan George .all .. TbornaoW. J 8 C : B A known to aH the boys who ran with
MoCowj II
Brown JoeBraanlngKP Baker J ABroadwell. BM Potter R B Thornton O W Tuclret RC, M MolI..'. e F W MoNe.l LLMclntvre the 'pose:.ilne."for they pent their

S Or'W Parker Ja N l'otterGeo W Tenbrook De Witt. Thornton. W B N offal BMuttalr Merrill Z T MoDonald W H W II time mostly discussing suctrtuatters as

BaMngton W' R Baraeld It/ A Pepper TP Porter B W .. Wm Malhew Fred MnCrcry ANolson related to the hose, the englno and

Baker JB EI..eWiA PortersPalmqnlat Poland W 8 DISTRICT.;. 6 Moody J Mathew F PMartina N themselves. I went about among the t
Oto Baker X r P Peter J J H B
Bryant H B: Myer and'
+ Pell C L PrlmfuSLPaeslll X Nelson Edwin "' Peter young fellows for many days got
'S .JltrdthaweSt 0 BndQkasBell Moron D W Murphy B PMorie ,
1 BrysalBortweBlackbnra J 8Brown < A BPortierH Peeler J A AanteyjWarroll ; Merritt P W B: L Nelson R B Norton. L GKelnou my witnesses' and wal'ready with all

C Pred. J H' PopeMPpurdora i1 Matthew O Mitchell Warren Nlobolaon G B G U the facts.Weighty .

Bryant John '.. Bath M Fry P eW t Milton Jf'I'Butler I ; rib 0 MC .Nelson T FOliver EvlcSe_
.' Payne Poetic PHceTK: O
BrannlnsjWOCChllllngworth -
1' Co- PerryJJddlck parUtt B: W T \Charleareekmor CCavender' 'Z McMullen.: A K McDonald D Oeban R W L COm "1 thought It would be a good plan
the witness who to identity
N for was
} f. R J Clark J N Perry GilbertR .. It. .> CDIIID.I. Ozor Mlobs '! wes: John
Mile. 0 Norton W 8 O'll.'leaCO'Neal the spanner to drop It, so as to Impress
1 LA
Cow atoek J WChai.sr ,.CalaBCobb !t. > Collins JAWB Osborna
Norton B 8nCWmT J CPope the Jury with Its weight, and so as he
J C A a, Charles BawieyJMResaeTT D' ..
: Collins W RCbeatham Carney John Rose ATRains ..' irift. <'p' P sat on the high chair where the witnesses

b' J 0 Clove Prank :" Robert Roes Dan p Pierce I. W Padgett E H W r were' tbn placed drop It he did

Cope 0 B Campbell: ThanCreMCkaaH Rath MB ..ulMl..CCaedlfe. 8. b. .etenwl Peter. J S PolwklJohn Price Andrew and It bounced the boards at his feet,

t Cohen laadoreCrlpe .C H RoMnaoa H -5- Peters TJ Peter* 8 J Peterson B Patterson S L and raised a great duet It was) a

C A JCartrighl ;CoWk1g) :. Randolph JB Akh.rdeorCRod OrantO'b"H o Peter Pt. Perdue J 8Pltnt Pent Wm II Pront W W heavy play.: The. result on all the evidence -

Vraak CoUmn W III 8 Rodlnhouan W LRoundtree 'C >'s J A Pollard S PMader pollock H H Pugh E 11Pler.ChaD was that Judge Lackland Instructed -

Collier B P Comer CMCatllale Butter Fred W JRnaawp J P Feden J H Phillip PGPatterson that It was a clear case of

Cook J1 W HCampbell Boas John FRlckardeon Holly. J CMonek ,I'Hnryttr Pbynton I Pent C T Padgett Milton N AQuip self defense,. and under his direction a
Caldwell D CCulpepperA Thai 1 Frank Ryan P L 'l .nI.aW A : R
f Q not rendered'
r verdict of guilty was
Cngin '
M .
Jolla Reddlck GeorgeS.ud.n M. Roberta'JW BobartaC8
? B MKob'Tl without the leaving the box.
,, Cox W A Cooper HUn 9' K B'i Moore ,'W WNcNtRpW Rueaell William xuxell Oeo .
R '"H that crofd have been achieved In
Cope ,.. chile E III i 8uII'I'.rS
Cardnelo Prank Cart],\IB J F" W H 8t swdermsn i A' J .' Sltaurt..t BulleyJohnBRyan J A smaller town. It would have been
Speed P 0 Schrehnlck Cori'Smitb < 1I S ,
Cl.rkoha: Cruteheeld3E T G AaulurmonCHHadabagh deemed a great victory and of great advantage -,
Crow.A.11. Cro.byAJ M Scott D ear F M D J It.....ph U B Jr to tbe young lawyer blot loj
'i SoerJJ Scott a S
mitli J W Slower" J OBtrohmG P.areejV 'pago'nW'A
Combs B A Root PA EnmpkPugeneRlckeg
Clayton Cbas Smltb JH. OSpencer 7"' 'I. My J W St..nton W HScott this great city It was unnoticed.
] : r A
I. ? Rutherford
Creech a C CblllnsWXDavtdaoa J t
of Mlddleiton
v DeWltt W Baundcr J "During th Imprisonment
J i iSawyer J :
i' Cnrrle: ODeweyPredB C M P'r : 1 .k'.i.J'C.. Robb B M Rogers J W
JohnsamnMmsB Slrttln MaxBaunder Sawyer R H Sawyer. R H SrSander. he had been .constantly' visited byl
W a
b BlaoinCE Rape
afneleto Lere H B Sx,. .5'i' .; yBneake J BctocU Michael H T his old and affectionate mother. She

: 'Dyg II PDlmick W Sander H i. ...0", J A LRDn.UGB Stephen* 0 B SesraGeo W Boborn Roberta 8 P D W Roberta Rogers T WJrKogortW said her son did not like: to be aleste I Inj
1&N, Jam WoodDlmlckBlI IIch..ld C W Int" Wr chepeo A Sander Oeo
BeeleyJKikaSnellD the dark In prison, and out of my
.....' Tony, Beagle FV R nell D W>ale> W B Scott. 8 K Sander H J means I supplied him with caadtesv
DonglaMWIDeBcrryWO DuII'1Iob mllki WM mlth O W
Blrkla. H BandersAT T
he shoo my*
5, 5 J* ,Dar,Joel A ,>I..gleunCF\ Blmmon. W U .with,C''W SptnkIC T m..J Q Trlpp Wm A BSteam oottC R When he was acquitted, he: ,
OeBerry JT. psla A W .."d_..O:W :Smith JoknSpltaer t1 Trultl J o Thonrpaon D T *8 Baewell Inglaton' Wub hand eordlally and said on1,
Darling Vranrtw. : ., DomerEHI Stanley W H niaUadJIWrantley n".t.4 C D -- Thrill Joaepb. K G Newell ..JOIIDli'eb..ldm. would pay m* a good fee.. He went

Oarta" Will,, > Piny M e Attaer\ A W 'Sang B C ... Jake Smith JBBlmutou a steamboat to.New Orleans as. a deckhand :-

Mvl.3A'. ibn"'DJ.. ..' nmnteesJCewelt .BMderaJWSnider Dlii'r 'NO7 ;Wabwrlght, W Swan C 8 W 8 and as he walked" down the t,

r .c, .. W B 8 SahanonDevld US- C B W West lsp.ld D T AWeatherabeeLC Smith B M ''II...... T B plank to the shore, soon after his/ arrival ;,

Bar neat C B E.Atre S Smith R 8 ,. J N i 'Bra"4'dcck'J'w >. Warner JW.D: (Continued.! on page I) there he was shot and killed, po*>

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18-the intention of the manage 1.PU ON A ROPEr
{; I outer Paper o!Dad.County, Florida.TROPICAL Sun to : roBJKDION: : Qf Bubpcribers
went of The Tropical. ,(issue c. 'I You want to be certain It

SUN' PUBLISHING COMPAH1: the paper aa a aiml-weekly, Corny TI the :JTropicaJ Sun i? called{\ to may, will stand! the strain. .

HARRY L. BROWN M NAOIU'. menchig on Wedqesdny, November: YOU WILL

hUaLI I.H.D IVIIIV PIIIOAV' '. 5 iI. ,,"\ $ date.,Oq: the labpl gf their pa- ? FIND A FULL LINE

AT waIT PALM .UAON.OAPI OOUNTy..I.D..IO,,I The growth of, yie town, of '''test per. Jfthftj,date :is ,jpiior .\p '.Oct jber v / Of the best quality of
Beach .has 'been such .asM towarijant
SUBSCRIPTION PRICB.!! SJ.fiO A Yf., i Palm$ r } the, change ,frora. a." weeklyto .:% &, JrQOS, txeV are in f arrears. for ROPE ANn CABLE ATHATJIHETJ'jS

Watered at the a*aeond Pontofflce
i r Importance!, flap '+ ..;her almost nts ,
ii S ,, wwi due. ?smp9y-! ,
: ,
i FRIDAY, OCTO KK 114,1902.
!. dftily, and lo..t bjii age.pf progress' i ias Ij I
; necessary .to keep theIpubliq-In., [ ; THE' Jtj TROPICAL; -I 7 air; AJso! 1A9LE AND? :EULLEY BLOqBKand! 1 I a

DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES I !foamed aa ,to what..! going. n.J iqJhajr w v o/ ::. ::.:' -.!:""" ,4exneral_line: o \B94 HARAw4: iE,

41tl ==---- I .pwn ImiueJJats :yl l ioj y,apdtnc .ri ., .- .

r National. .- l U e. orld at large, ,As the TropU. TRY- .J1 ... ; .. .- ,. I" ', __' ,

-- car Sun b'a1' remarked qo prevouspcca (
United States, Senator ;, iqna,\ nQthlnjc .}a .too good; for. LAUNDRY jI! '." .. -" .1" .
Ar 13U1tKlidUT'S
I+'' f &-L In Sheet Palm ;p ach Dd.tte! ..oountryrotind ? .)..a hn Brnch Oe 'J2. :*..'JpOUPumpiin'
+ :
ROBERT W DAVIS ...' about. for that renaon_ and savathe money over buttqnless,shirt* .and faded fabrics.. FrorgaXL.on l.ls
r \ will delivered orf| left with I M. B.Aultman,. :.
every department of the paper) Work,called forand! \ promptly. When e :
State' ..theClothier, U-wilUrecelve the same attention -- -.. -.
be made aa! interesting and newsy as
STRAHAN BROS. ProprietorsCor. '
Court Judge possible' and the Sun will endeavor
Supreme .ClamaMa. Avenue and JUUroad Way.; '
WILLIAM A HOOKER to do Its share In advancing the 1'

beet interests of .the whole people Pancakes are/Border, T rare a: 'dozen kind. ,,':Pah.
,, Secretary of State High doss Photography oaks I'lour in/lj market, .rashmare pr.leaa nicebyt:
who call this portion -of the Eaat *
X.e. H CLAY CRAWFORDState the nicest oM f whole lot/ I J; ,. :

Comptroller Coast of Florida their borne.iNE1 : Oar Iflofk is .Unexcelled AuUJ/Marlaff, / PaVioake "Flour' _

"' ALONZd C CROOM- .WNrgL40TlDN.; A l rl K It had fl'jlcacy, of flavor that no other kind has and ,It

: Railroad Commissioner .In ten days the voters! ,of ,Neat l man Developing Amateur? andPrlnSing promptly, Done.for ,lu ready t\/\instant\ \1 pie, onoeycii) have had some*" of It you'

R HUDSON BURR Pall etteli will bewailed> / uppn, \o '. ,., won't have any other.
JEFFERSON; B'BROWNB, say who .t ey want heir represeqtativea : Studio In Sg2j 4djdipc;; ): West :Palm Beach, FII.\ Our fall shipment 1s nonr.in hand new and.fresh. Price
is the name as the ordinary kind-Two packages for 25'cents,
: !! ,in the several. County. connection v\th\ the management pf The Rim John .Wagner paator of .................!...... Finest ''GroceHes'

ResGRAHAM the .tqwn's affairs. There; js\ no Trinity Lutheran church in Hazel ton,l.i WHAT, THESTATE I*. W. BUKKHARDT e ( '

W KING; I deirf.h| pf.candidates: ., In the field.{ for Pa., has declined an increase in ,his. .
Treasurer any of' thegfFeeandtt( wili,be ,tilepezple ', salary olF $300 per annum. He de ; PRESS SAYS t It will pay ,you to purchase our Coupon Boo...

tlft C II RAULERSON { tjern.9e\vea) \ !' ,who will, be ,to Glares that he Is at this present ....................... c><>o-O- .. '.".
Tax Collector bluniti If ,the, proper'. men are oat moment receiving sufficient salary Another Guess Coming. ..

?**,'"' THOMAS J HARDER chosen. It ,cannot bejoo .strongly to satisfy. him and he suggests; thn. The Tampa Tribune; l la of the opinion ,, '. j I IAllA
Sis'1fit.'; urged upon the debtors that .t every the proposed Inrrcaee diverted t'l

Tax Assessor. SMITH first consideration that should: the fund for the erection of a nechurpl that speaker Bob of McNatnee the next house will be but elected Judge l'' l'' lA l11JAill lAA All1 lA 8lA lillA AllA l11 11 11Jl1 11 11 !1fJ:

RICHARD M \Influence the votes I ia that of the fitness ). For twenty-eight years Mr- Gibbons, of Jacksonville\ f ia of a differ == 1:.
County Commissioners of the .candidate for the office Wngper; bus Jjeen pastor of'Trinlfcchurch. ent opinion. The judge l is an affable 5 :
'let District which be seeks. Experience should Rev. Wagner .would} be a I gentleman\ and will\ act Colonel :Bob a R0'V4 : .y

t .1\ P C AICUER count for something; practical n 4 drawing.attraction, fop the J/ak dot pace. Captain Johnsou of Dude == '" .,. ;::.
1 and District suits may also well be taken into City 'fair, and would no doubt fry, (la poi, a candidate, having positively .
n GEORGE W LAINHART consideration.. While it ia not the capture e.p'rt.pr.e.. declined to run for Mlle) speakership. ) ; Grand "'Chance--" > ruw 'w." I: .
-Tltnsvllle Star. t '
? purpose of Th Tropical Sun 'to ft ; .
t 3J Jrd District espouse the cause of any particular[ Florida Is .to be congratulated; Aftermath 44 tr .
R B MCDONALD4th candidate or candidates, still )It !# my tbe.Gaineeville Sao upon the Right Governor.
4th District only fair[ that the gentlemen: who! fact. that for the next,two,years each'It i is'becoming painfully evident with i A 25 per cent. :' :
setting of the son that, William ,
for the
JOHN SEWELL vpheld office past year least the present/delegation/ } in 0'1'
Sherman Jennings, Governor of Florida
should baveattentio'n drawn to their will continue to look nftff
t'i 5th District greis by the grass; of Democratic .9te, is becoming 3 '
-'a a 6 A BELCHER stewardship and if that slewardshjp Interests of.the State, In addition gre.tef thsp' his party. Go it, .' Reduction on All
has been ,such aa to warrant re.: to the present! delegation Hon W. I Billy. Grover Cleveland l ; once had the I
Member School Board. newel of the confidence of the people B. Lamar will be a member of game fool ideaa,4nd, so, too, dId one Wf "
tat District then that renewal should be given. the 58th Congress from the Third I J. Bryan you are following illustrious a. CASI! -Purcht ses !
B KING . .
B .
There evUlenooa side[ : footsteps and will -be SV-
are / pn every i District, and will be found unitinghis ; lloo numbered
end District of what flu been accomplished efforts to promote. the intereeta among the used-to-be'*.-Sanford Chron
J C HARRIS during the pant few months; the of the people. No State In icle. a -, J .' q j

Jt"d !District residents can see .for themselves the the Union :wJt.hJ/ email a delegatIon Hon. W. A MacWIIIIams. As we arc soon to remove to the Cqnirner.cl-:J. ,

lTVl r W M'BURDINB'' : signs of progress and advancement.The exercises all much fn( uenue in 3 cial Hotel Block, Clematis Avenue, Jt IA
coming! year will be an Import. national affairs us dOOM Florida. Tentative candidates. for Congress to = absolutely to reduce ,
of the Peace succeetjje incumbent In this = necessary our
; Justice ant one in the town's history, and / J present
r ',' jrd District Iii baorea the people to think i" district who, 'fir slateJ' for' 'PClf. .,eF term '::: lines of Hen's Furnishings, Clothing -'

H T BRANDING before they WMt.their ballots. The lawyers of the State want and has no oppositUin\ seam to be multiplying : : and ,Hats a .
that constitutional amendment Increasing ;. One of the recent aqnounce'ments
+e d lIon. John M. Caldwell, president' the number of Supreme of a candidate to succeed Con* -= '
F ,of the Florida Press! Asnociation, is ,FOR LAW AND OROEfl/ Court Justices from three to !six gressnian Davis two year. hence Is said l : I r
Whatever the outcome of the hot to be J. M. Barrs. St. ba
t preparing to commence the publication adopted at the election next month Johns county IS.SCBNEI.DJflThN.
of a weekly newspaper at White rible tragedy Monday eight may but they dQ nt explain away the not had In the memory of the oldest ,: .
Springs, Columbia County. The be, the people should have patienceand fact that the (pr8n, jcourt sleepsentirely inhabitant a candidate for the position[ '
; Men's 2
but it may have in Ip4. Senator W. A, The Outfitter
show their.faith In the law and
of Florida will welcome much works ( '
too UH'1l'
a press fraternity very \ I. active and Oruber'-Block I
MapWilliaras young amt Wet Pales Beech
hone appointed[ to carry it into effect ::: _.
Mr. Caldwell's return to jour. and render few decisions during the (t$itious', iptio know but he may be the
; nnlisra. ,by refraining; from agitation.At ; entire year. What asuranoeH ore white-haired\ boy who succeed tile longhaired " " ttnrar-;
the hour of going to press the given; that six Judges: will: improve: Davis Stranger thing" bavhappened. "r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r8"rt'r1'r"I" " ''r'r."rt'tl'rtt t, .

sleepy town ia Tarpon Springs. officers'( wern hard at work on the matters? Hut the amendment.. ,nil .-St. Augustine Record. '
+. IUel'enty( ) an election wall called for case and they stand a much better doubt will be adopted, ,tbe people? Yr, strange things have happened, .o---' ". "'.,_" _".,-III: : ; ,;:.:.,.._
the of .voting on'the I issuance chance of success if hampered by :tc...
purpose hoping that .there will be some ioj- but worse things could happen for this
of bonds! to the amount of f 8< Inquisitive persona' whose actions so prov"ment.-TIt1l8VJIJe Advocate.Germany's ,,Congressional df':trict. Senator Mac. Masurys Paints and Yaraislies? t
,f, 000 for town improvements. When far Lave tended to cause a great; William. Is In the prime of manhood t

election dny rolled around, not a deal of aonoyancn and trouble. 4" always ardently championed the I I
single; voter appeared and the Sheriff Frobocfc and his assistants crown prince Is, accord. cause of the poor peopj, a.nd Is" In every The great auocesi we have had In telling these goods, and ftl.\e'\ .. y
election was declared postponed for are bending every energy to locate ing to reliable reports, which come way eminently fitted to succeed "p' growing demand has warranted our pJacing.an order. tor a' j
k: a month. Tarpon Springs is entitled and arrest the murderer, and Jf f they both from Berlin and from England Bob" in the House of Representative!) oar loail 1 of '30,000 pQunda) tQ "Arrive' 8000'. These goods are .
to the bakery. succeed the populace should refrain[ to marry Princess Alice of England JIe is one of the best orators and dtaters the BKST,on the market, and> the> JftlCp; 'J I ..JiimjT, Hfa !
M- from any lawless demonstrationand god .the anclal announcement of the In the South, and should he con- wtll be pleased to send yon color card and |nqta yon Wlfiif, e J !
be looked for. elude to make the race other candidate
', The hundreds of friends along the allow the law to take I Its course, engagement; my '
time., Princess Alice! who i is would have to hustle to defeat him.-
E.twt Coast of Judge George P, as it most surely will If, the oppor. /any the duughterof the late ,Duke qf (}alflesville! Sun .-. East Coast LmliBr b aid SnpplyColIlJlany 1,1'
= Raney, of Tallahassee will deeply tunity [ia afforded. Albany, and the only sister otJ 81 r ,

sympathize with that gentleman in young sovereign[ Duke of f Paxe-Co: The Beat Prescription for DJaiatlaCllitla | Yards, Titusville, Eau (f Jallie. Foyt Pierce"; 1 j
and Gotha is ,,4'
the sad affliction which .befell hint What PlttsburgisforernokeIlae- burg a particular and
/ Fever U a bottje of( '
a lust! Sunday night, when his bride of tinge, FIt Johns county, in. for'potatoes. favorite of both the Emperor and Chill Tonip.! It is simply iron __ general Oface, Eau, Gallic, Fla. ; : 1
find all the
Empress during recent
lees than a year was burned to Had the founders of this. nice court festivities\ baa been n conspicuous and quinine In a tasteless/ form No S ...-L- .......... ..,"'"" ".-... ::: "...-., ... :- .. I 'W,., i.. I
death in her home at Tallahassee. little village known of its peculiar figure In the royal circle and care, No pay. Price jo cents.'.

The deplorable Incident has cast a fitness. for the tuber, .we do not made much of by. the]kaiser.' and his After the Fire .,
e- gloom over the city of Tallahassee. doubt Its name would have been consort. .
"Spudville." But since Hastings it' Go to safe
p and
i your gel '
p ''Miss\ Alice Roosevelt says The Savannah is, it is hasting to the front as the Attempted' Murder.A $500 Reward po 1.1 out a good Fire Insurance Policy.

l'' ., News, ia to appear at some banner section of St. Johns county. dispatch from Robe ounJ to the And it will be .Just like finding ''r ,
of the White House function during Nothing succeeds on the farm like Jackauoville Tlme"lhalolfa4/ f: tijwn, money "
that Louis Owen, a '
lays negro aectlaq
''a'. the winter season in a "made knowiuar what you can do and laborer, attempted murder : $
Mondaymorning AIG
' over" It was the wedding doing It. In this particular, HanN '
gown. by striking another negro, also .
gown of her step-mother. A great loge excels, Jler potato! crop of a section hand, on the head -with the For the arrest and delivery Ilayen't Got; .;
many girls; object to "made-overs" 1902 .brought: ; 1120,000() cash rripney pole of a 6-ponnd club alt, Owen had .
but 'fliRs Roosevelt is pot one of the at the depot and the prospects! are been working near Hobe Sound about Any Fire-insurance jon
sort, Besides, probably the quality that the crop will be double in six or seven weeks and his (,ay bad been to me, In the "y' Don? see''ow! 'yoij! >As) 'jj jf-' .
r vof the material cuts some Jltfure in acreage; in l O:4-Thn: s-UnIQu and stopped'!ty) some one up the road lIe ford to be wt'hout ,t\\ 11" it ,
the matter. Citizen seemed to be discouraged at not havingany woods, with satisfacto over with ..
money for his' wprk, and !Monday
"The Board of Public Works morning he and Dong Williams .
ofTittupi did not The
Another candidate for Congressional go to work. ,OweD knew that willtams! Tropical Real Estate
i is the tax Exchange
revising assessment 17 proof guilt of the ;
honors has appeared on the political bad some money and while Williams ,
horizon and he, like ,others rolls, and tins found some remarkable slept Owen struck him a blow time kg Tmkujn, net w. i. itonPscmFr .
Instances of undfll'v lua- thought would put him out, and proceeded METCAUF. :: .
who have announced.. a Jacksonville to relieve him of his murderer I .
mouey of
: man. The latest .would-be Lions of property. One piece p'' about jay; also applying himself with Mr. Richard .,. .
-esentative .from the Second 'ia property formerly owned by a member clashing belonging to others that occupied .J \\.t ...., ,:. r.. "
Rep of the board which he the a"1D,8 "ol/s./ He then left, going
Hoi Charles L. FildM, a prominent upon north; but in a abort while his crimewas Hone.. LAKE WORTH
attc ney, who was a candidate for spent, before selling It, 1,800 In ImDrovem discovered! by the section foreu "iTf ,".'. WORKS. '
Is valued family who the alarm, and .. '-
!nta now at $1,- gave very A. T. nOSE -
Conj roes before the Sauford convention the authorities "hot Propt'letoye
c /, in 1890. Mr. Fildes has 00. Thus it. Is. all over, the State. soon trail. Owen Is from were Jacksonville on and his I W. P. F ATQI ETT.!: Launches, Yachtl, Sail and Flab Boak, Bow Beats and Diilgbys ,
rr Some property owners pay full will try to reach that place. If not u.ltt- Built too Order, Overhauled
moved from Gainesville to ( nalll.d
recec ;\\y less than ed in the meantime. Williams ,will get Ollt-. ..
t' Jacksonville.la half value.-Jacksonville Metropolis well, ,bat had a close call. West Palm :Beach Fla. float Yards at MangoniP. .. ,
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VOTE Stevenson" Jaa A J a"' <1II1I.. Vf! I, iP AP StO

I Thomna X>avtd .....T Thurmaa B ,: Bryant e Lee Amason. rw J'r Abram.-S A.mol" JSulesAlbrlgon HAtkloson \ C l RK 1 It ItLawmakersWaxMerryWhen IS.(

Thomas M W Turner John Clark J W, Cuaela W,&. H F AunoW B
rM1' ar List of Begisteirotf and Qualified rakt
Thorn W TTbompaoa Taylor Wm P D .t.to.( nJ

kt aa Shown by ,the Bogistration Books fc< TavlarO M 8 0 Taylor Thorn J.R.D B Farrow 1 J 0 0 Froinberger J HOoodwIaKC 'rw.1\,W. Awason0A Au.faenti"oroulh 03TD [

1 ,,;/ ,' 1b02 of Dado County. Florida. I, T.lton Turner.W J A 0 Taylor Turner Isaac C S H ,.. i 11 1 : B Work) Is Laid Aside.

Bruo I ABrlulterholtr
Tbo", .. A Thurman ttol II

', Taylor Ja H Ulukle70 B BudK. If a Browu H HHlwkman .
: tD '''V I: V Drady a W" Many Humorous Tale Related In
DISTRICT NO. :I" Rdward.jullu. Baton .V, K the
.y ," BredNy' 0 H Bogus A H:
3 Kill.John BokmanVOtKraatWC1 Vaaa! W T VllienuTj WVaaeu King R 8 King B T Drown Rob' BndgoFTBryaa Cloakroom-First Cases of "Lawyers

y Eemyl'Hat' t j r' yiBwoksiJ: Joseph.WkerHAJ ... .iI'I J, p.!" V" W I ICIng JH Kenn.dyTBManb.tl D 8 Bllrl1l. WnI K"" Furnish Food For Remlnlioenoe.(
y? W' M Dusk 0 W BrlU" BBeldon How General Noble Won a Murder

a '},> C ,.' Field Albert U'' Freed r WTFallett ,, Wilder Abner M Weybrecht O W W H Marshall WMnahall 70 lieU a J Case-;A Heavy. PlaIn .CourtSenator
R I W H Marshall ,
Carletan Reuben Weld Wad.L N Wilson UA Wm M At Bardlrs oJ II BrsddookBrpaq Vestand
)"fox 8 8 Fortyth John iWJ I Welaa Prank WrlghtHB. Marshall Carltouf Marshall A D C 0 Jlrlell..n C BBrlak'i the Dog-Running Forth

s q W 4,t a' '*,,. 'Vy.ila, \ (:/ ... b.r t H Veaetev T At ,. Whldden Wm William. II' :, O ..lWiJr BrtekeliWarBSr'Ds1lBT' "' Legislature' Before the War.

Dyer :JflU'lley Wm vowler OeorgeFUgter WalatlneUH Wood ruff O A Ollvm P RPaulaea BOCABraddock
v \ .
,\1' Field .B R Henry M [Copyright?. l Ui by ChampClarkj]
Wbltehurat Wanamak.tjessaWrlllam.0eo H.
f P
e iRri' Prader R BkltohlngB Fraaler/ Warren Franklin,John W Waters C 8 t :, Ow )ta,M redltb"saya:

; Fuller Henry Fulllngton Henry wllklnaoa J A Wick J V'' ,,) J, l, 'J C Ob.1: hour, of all hour, the moet binned upon
/ ""rt ) Faber W r William. j A William. C T -, a'- Castro. ban Cone 0 b '

i ',-:n 11 O Wetla. J BWllaon Wombl.O W atranahan. Frank Stranahan J W Coekran R J. Carroll Charles "-. d..s'.r al 'I'Iuo..4 M .U*

_ tr, R/Be-; Wad ;" t'p 1 Y a Pat *4,, Oala Blbrldg A W Wiggins I smithW, Btandlry R Gt Chandler O1. Courley Vb..' seas4l I '
> .
ei : C.'d" W Vopp.nlJ"r IL TW> fare otblaa*.. fee*, tb. *.*.ftrflfethrfbm.
...' : A Glenn WB Woodhull A L Willi.... R BWanamaker ; v '
Ole.4ttle '' The twaddle al frtuivli *n4 Ike .... *J SaB,
R Grant HX' '.. 0est, BBGllneath: Walker W J A'. I Valentine W C x Chafer BH CurrturTPCarorer ,Phe. cannon be heard wkea cburab ha Him went,
i ,Johr brier. T J IIMeruber \& T O WRllemsdnII. Wlgglna t'J I! W .-. J T Co.te W D rke1 money be berwowed, the awnar nRMn. -

MB \ Ollderalreve. J Willlama L J Walker. J W, lb Wallace A J Wayt AB Cameron C D Caruthers W-B Alt at thm- ttdnna a 'nan, I -... a** beret

:t 'JtltchlnJr"W.I: '. \\ Oeaurldeau D M t': \, Orlffin H C Webster H Wlndham N W Chapman r W Correll Adam And not be1 the woa tor bmnttlns', but r*

.Keanedyohr! ? Clover W H OeeBPOllneatb Wilson Oeo W. Wooden Jame. Cone A oJ Cheethant The.. iiiCloo"001W. Nenr, Mm, aa. never eartn'e lecklaat" etaimrBath
." Cheathsm J U unpunWied Itagattm. th* hour of bte dlnn..1Ttlat
: 4
Glower Jamea Taylor Wicks J V Wldeman Wm ( DIS2I C'j'. NO. 8
t *MM Pkersona''; : MCWtopn 'son. 6I irtmaa Mitchell; Craham. A ,W lllUma D L Whitney. John \ B... Carroll C C Chafer R IICoitun I is probably/ ,true as to the average

!i w lI..r.. .. Chug,W'" McNeil Jame* S rlfflnOHUi \ O..t W Liry V Neal Vok.r Lowl. roan. Besides his dinner there Is
d I BiyanNCCoihouB allll CPC" 0.1'.11 A J CORObnlau $ AChallle
t+ .B. PsikuNll eu S P NelaonJghtChnaC Yarborough M J arborough H B W II Cobb Frank at least, another thing a lawyer never

1 parkaOW o 1 I Yarborough W F Clemenb01 Clapton 0 U Campbell C 14 forgets while, memory holds her sway
? 1
z Comb J B'' Campbell Ceo Collins M J Cbspmnd Welter and that Is'his first case. To him that +'

+ Otto ,8' Stypmsti I"Barne.tall Bel!. .) sonVD Zap. Oeo yepfCarlDISTRICT' \ nJ Clepton oJ D Cook Wlllte Is what the crossing of the Rubicon
ku nan Ha/t' e' U J iman Hiram P ; Combs W H Cochran J K
H 8Bchrolden. Hricksoa e A.I was to Cal ar and
K 8 Btypmaa opens up a new
len w', rl.tba. i C' T M
t NO. I, IPulFord C"II".II 01 I' CU'I"'lIgla.'A' '
4 Cord' k* 'tJ 'lllUra 4Angalne p _orlet. He I Is no longer a neophyte

T H.y. O 1 HHehryWllltam I A' : W Hpoodwn D tie 1st .a full fledged member of an honorable .
O ABarlloiu 0 Dobhrry W G Dytes .r JDoreathy
r lorj TyndallBCBW At.HopWod ,. : and lucrative prote\loo. "Experience :;
Hopklrt. B 8 H Jo1ln W B W T Oliron 311t 0 L Dingle oJ 11Deberry
W ,?,, i\, .. Ed U Dewey J RDouSI. meetings" aa to first cases are
vter Bdward Wllllamaon J A IloifurdEl. J pBarrl. .W Ollason HAI
1Wy y 'pe4: ..1 c. nurd G H C v I 11 .... W Da"laO L frequently held in the cloakroom. General -

; t DISTRICT' NO a' HuldPbTFreak Honaton C C Cox WKBarneat Carroll J M '" Harp J A. Harp T100elIarrla Douglass II: B, Dleker.on; Fred. John W. Noble a splendid lawyer, ,
t ; Dorn J K Do..ool ADretlnsonWS
Ilall BoldeaHeadrtckeon, Bannog Wm Chaw W A l II N Hept J J who was secretary of the interior under

I W WRanon Hanea F B' :' tl'', Harrison J WIve.JW Doull.FB the younger Harrison, thus de

uyS *! 4",0111\1\ AJrPlgUyHM ,) Robt HnntrrJPHonoug J 8 ..van. AI'I.' J ,'f.k,'.. .... I Dodge L L A.BIt scribes his first caae:
Akpgr4C' : ';;' )Uealy Wm R H
f ... ( General Noble's. First Case.
B Hater R II Rlncock I D "
Krlckwn. J W EnlqeQErfart
Plank J RPreedluod Preedtuml. A "My first Case, This is Indeed a long
H. t R
d Bowera J ABooker Hobson Tuoa "coo J Jenkins Klnlg, A J F G
141 lbail' '*3V Holey 0 HamenJ WUeckertO Andrew Forrey Elmer Johnson J H WashKurt. Ellin U WFriar call but you may be sure I rememberIt.

aV et C Roily T J WHafter Fo ray. MS Forrey W L ., K. F'Froncher The year 18B6 found me in St. Louis

,eft f t 'Carson C Wi Hllller:K.J. L U Q H RL B A Goo C a graduate of Tale, admitted to the

D"Dubola Huffalettler. WI Holly M 8HanlaonJ Oarn-t A W. Otialtn: FGardner Frohook John Flory V JForaett bar first at Columbus, 0., and soon after
Howard W H J Griffith J FLymaa R WOr'rath MM P
Harry v Flanagan B B B A at St.,, Louis haying ten examined d
j Hall BaldeaHoffman H tebett W P Wesley
n'.4wa MeMcDon.11I Fowler WMGantlerTM Filer Cha* r1'1'O.lerle..oI there by Judge Alexander Hamilton.
J FLanebart Hlnaon" J t H
/ RE MCDon.14 J IeMcRae
d.8y : S I could have drawn a' draft on time

**. .<" '1.-" < Hewett I. D .. Harness 0.0 J AN O and pall it easily, for I had plenty of

KoortaU i D I Vjlmal Samuel GlrtmanJR time! Other means were scant. Thus. ,

'4 Fountain W P J .. '14..e, 0 W Nugent. J I, Niq' 11 P Gerald II O Gavin Bam sitting In the criminal court 'one day

;.;:' 04 ,* a "' f J,, L 0O'Neal Graham J M Guetb Christian came say first case in a court of record. 1
: ." .. B ; MB Lyinan 0 R .. W S Olnm... W U
Grout j H .. OomH H. 1 Jo" Paul C Johaao J .. J K Graham The criminal court was, then located at
Joaea D J Jones W H Larson Abe Lewie H T p. Gautler W J Grange" L
>'Lt', Oar 1 W', the southeast corner' of Sixth and Market
., ,
R H ,Jerkli oLe M' Gladwln S W GirtmanBBGarthddoC
Johnaon Phlillp.C W .d..t H W
,;!:. ,:, :e, ,' :''B.: ;;; 'ft"Ralljamea:ti" .' ,v Jackson" L Jackw-l LnndenJohnaon Maybet'7LP MavberiyCB, I s ': S' H Goethe BQnut.er streets on the second floor of a

tterrtnrt O W Jr Oeo W Johnson Henry Kayber. a D Kayberry; W 0 Qlrtnian J W D ; OenulaQalllaaen two story brick bdlldlng, and the old 1

U..OSrle\cMI..I..I"\ Mill,B M .WHartTK" Jackson A H Johnnn C W Mayber y T 8 Murray H B Smith, A J MTomba .Ioau A Goodwlng< A JMQulbranilaen stone jail! was' Just in the rear of It on

YL Kenderaon A B j, Jcnnlnga Oacar" Jrckaon Moore W II Miutl C AMlln'b. T Gantler V M J the block there. James R. Lackland

nmllngton.: W Bi. UardlttHPt Jaoaaon AndrewK .. C .M I* Tucker Ed Qriffln B T Grew B: KGreen wa Judge, and Henry A. Clover was
., 4,. ""' i iJ MCMtCorley Tremon W L Tucker J: Bkxay Gruel C AGrimnWK Dan circuit attorney. I had become acquainted -

leI..J8. 'J Kaowlee Au. h. 8 "'III' \ Frana Dan W GotteJAGalletF with Judge Lackland sufQdently -

_ Kelly Gen XIncrld Jamea Wofford J B Wolford J T Gore AGall. P for him to recognize me. A case

Xunae. I O A PenceC .' J Gar''mrFL
JpneaMC jackaon O,P Porter J W was called wherein the defendant was

; .f" K-: I" i L Pierce. C WRouaaeaa Palmer F W DISTRICT NO. 9 IIHaha charged with murder and, he being

Klug10r KULKhtKB:. Wm M Lanekart W ,'. R A Hayes J UHav F W poor and without counsel the jlrdga

+R j Xltchln T. Lautber J C LeeROLoganD R H ... Rowley Oeo B U A He-Ick D WHaarnicton spoke out. it seemed very loud to me,
t ndrewa S N Albu .31' W T
'. : .'I 1; La... L PLeii.Peter '''S '.. Hollv J J Mr. Noble you will take this _0'.
: AndenonJ W '
4Lmbwry + r 0 H \I'! L B '
Bralth D Smith W JI'I case and defend him.
1\: 'i\ / : Lewie Andrew J LOpe. A Q I B, Hind FHogg Hay L D
lot emits "The case continued to give a
Jill'V was
""J h' H Burr 8 D V II L Henry W B
'i\\ LanalngCFLayuin; Layton G B Burr R Jr
; Miller E C
,, chance for preparation. I went over
Ilo'mea Goo Hill O R1I0y..r
C R LanenHPLire Bt>wnBK BtwnBJ
Vetcal' t Mitchell a D
Guy H tt VOMFC Burr R T Btocker L B Allen E: HelilohoOfnHorn to the jail with the defendant and talked -
Lancing P H more ,
:Momoa M D ;;; Maatll P3'V
u \ .Morrie Tlloe ICiilr.r Leater. Oeo P Lauther C J W" Brooke W J Bryant H T HelmaJ A W D the matter over. His name was

il! .: \: .,oj. y Me' LewlaR W Lopel 0 H Wilkfnson11K Week.. J C Becker L Ha-p T J Hooka W A MIddleton, and the man he lied shot

i.l4' : \ McCluui. LewlaBIrd. Loder Robt C HaaaC Hill J T was relied 'Buffalo Frank; a Frenchman

Mehra" ,.. 'p. wenProctorGeorge M DISTRICT NO. I Carry: B Cry T Hughes W D Hay C AKmliileaton who spent much of his time out
5 B II
Powe/l/ll tk Moore BMetealf Mahb J D\ ; Chord W A Cook W A Harrison. D K on the, plains and came to St. Louis
B' Hinann A l
: W I lah.mW H I Cook Clarence Clever. J W occasionally! and then raised a good
':-I h .1" ,. RI'! s ? B: Burton I H Blackmaa W W L A Conrad A 8 J
Miller H 8 Merehaot C: Cooley; deal of disturbance. Mlddleton was a
.., auahbg; 'Ww' Root* MOM. WB Majewak Baker JBCole I Conrad J T Jones HenryJackwn Jackson J U Jr member of a fire engine company. The.

--. .. 3 Moore W I. Martin,* \ C D Andrew .To(Tries. I, O Ore engines in those days were worked

fn Kara Alfred Smith J Meara W M Mitchell W R Cohen. A J I Douthit 8 J DeaRochee Henry Jai-Hon J F Joyner F E
r and the houses were
by hand engine
T Milton Wm Milton HCMetcaU D 0....... F J DePula J O Dr Johnson WmJonea Jmm a Jesse

.' ,:J: Tyndalt AWldmeyer. Marvin J W S I. Dye WCBlenwood I Demenltt J H Doughtey. J A T P Jones M K occupied by young fellows who were
Johnson ClarenceKronowltter. not able to throw into the service all
MetnlfCP. ,
... "W MaltbyOK K' DeVann J L Oupont B C
; Millar Ceo A Marvin A B Dlllard WmRtehelberaer K the virtues: {pr the small pay J hey !:'ttcelved.
"Wstle8.1'1 VW.lk.r ale Maughlln W W Marvin ) XMar.Il Korfoot A K!: JohnKelloy 'Buffalo Frank' frequented tS'

: Martin B r J L tMif.rCh.lH I D TF J K C King U at these places, and there arose 'a quarrel
hW. Y Pcnno Oo I.
5, MUlaer J 8 Killer W L
I Kellum M R between him and the defendant abouta
\ Yoonx*.Herbert
MeadorHSMorrla Miller ,
L occurred
woman, and the tragedy
.' :'1' .. ,: -" -_ : J O C X..wla I Orlppa C Council P A Filer W A Fickle Filer RBGeiger Henry Taaal.ar A J Lewts W D down about Sand and Spruqe: streets.

:'l '-c4"< DISTRICT NO. 3 Martin BlngMeraon Mobley W H II Green ilHaygood I G I..>we Wm Lummua J K Buffalo PVsaA; pursued MiddVaton
'" Wm Mitchell. A. H Leo WillieLaaeterBF
Lanier K C
A. C E with a spanner, was close upon him
DtCMcW.nnaJoke T J. Hodges A P I..mer Chas I)
Allen A.ai.tio..
WP dead
DAAaderaoa r and about to strike him with this
Jodi MCP.rlan.jam. .. { : K Luf ton W A Lane J A.
Arc her Chaa: B tim ly when iflddleton a. he ran
Anthony oJ a.ar. Ad.m.OH1'Anthony McCune Da.rldMcKenale McCano J T Lymaa; M :KMarakalljt //a I, O Kubet J 3 Rlgga 8 T Lnaaeter J A Lee P H weapon
? drew old brass single barreled pistol
.U s A V Allen FrankAultman Wm MCOanlel' PMcCane tv U. .. ,, Reefer LF Hu.keyAJ M an

,Armatrong x.... K B McCrayRMcCayO OMcOlnley "MyeraWWMe 1 ....ke'J P HellingOC M'llerThoaMae' Mirch W BMurnhinaon and reaching with bis right arm
'. B I D RMogan under his left, fired, and the ball went
; .. t. IrgyteJD : J 'if i '* K C
a JJ J' McCullowgh W R > McFatlln T HNicola Ihle. C 0 Ingall C Btagall : Morse K 8 C W through the heart of his assailant, who

Breaf ord It t MDarHmgtonCB "BurkiardtL;l, W N N H F lagcraan A LJod.nC Maun C AM.uer. MuunierJos fell dead In.I his tracks.

U Moier John "This fact was the alleged crime.
i J J
.kerr Ja..I..O Nelaon" Andrew Nlooll OeoHelaou J A YIn
L' Kaker JohnBranban Neely Thoe Jaa P: Johnson H M.lor' WmMr"erUA Me-rltt S' B Now, that spanner was ttie central tact

Beaeb J a Brln. H Ey KealBN Joan Wm 1IIullorJolln the case. A spanner Is a wrench

Brawn T D Jo* O Powell E K M'I'." B!'I M.tchellWIIIIaMoutbomarT; with a curve to fit the Wronze joints of

..d..1II' Bouford A. 15' .. Jno C Moots B FMoraoaM C J water hose as to fasten or unfasten -
Otwell A BOwen O'Neal O W Knight D R Knight a so
,,. Bergen J IfBuraham Boatvrtght J 'WBoatwrlght *AHOutland Owen W Shermau'M'' i atanull; W a'Skates Knowlee B P Br Heir 8 B : M Miller II DMa It. It baa a handle of a toot or

N I G W 1 W W Kellom J SLlttleleid was
R M Olive MO'Beliae Kcllom more and this particular spanner
r'' Braley Bowen W H T McDonald J AMoCr'nimon lloCarthy ChaaDMcDonald
f JPotter se large and so heavy that It was
Bell O W a Bowyer t.c Taylor I BBr T.ykrj3jrTbortonWj 0 T M J
P ? B CM.rrltt known to aH the boys who ran with
Bryan OeorgeBrowm Brown.Alt .Tuck.. Muck.Thornton MoCow.i II MoKlrar! E A
JoeBrannlng Baker J A Palter B X R B O W Tuolret RAiThornton 211joffat Mollr'ue! ; F W MoNe.l L LMclntrre the "machineor they !spent their
..rkarJ..N Potter OeoW TenbrookD.Wttt' R I T time mostly discussing suctfnatters as
H P BrpadweUDrWBarttcld W B McDonald. W II W II
f yy BaUagtoa W 4 A Pepper T P Porter a w Mutialr. Wm Mathews Fred MnCrcry J ANelson related to the hose, the engine and {

Baker J B :el... Wm A Porter 8ralmqnlat Poland V 8 DISTRICT NO;. 6Aahlq Moody J Mathew P F N themselves. I went about among the
r F Peter JJ Marlins H H Myera H B
Bryant Oeo B.keVI. ,' fellow for many days and' got
Peter young
JBorkbardlOBryafalRone BudOaaBell Pell C I. Prla".. B Lparettl Maron D W Murphy; 8 P Nelson Edwin '
'W Nelson R B Norton L U my witnesses and was ready with
J J 8 A B J APopeMP Merrill P W Morse B I.
pettier H B Matthews O Mitchell Warren Nloholeon U R NelsoutiG tbe facts.Weighty .
n. Blackburn C Fred Brown J H' .
,' Bryant John '.. BOWl IS r'ti Fpr W r. Purdou alllum y Butter Oeo 0 Mel Nelson T FOliver Evidence."I .

.. ...... W 0E'I Payne; Bertie Mea T Jt : c. O
( Uull.a A K McDonald J D thought It would be a good plan
Perry JJReddlek parish K:"W J CairoliCharlr Cuban R W L C
I C- .. CarenderColliaa 'z N for the witness who was to Identify
S'4 Perry Gilbert OierMlcha.. 'IUaborna Omwet John
Cblllingworth B J ..Clark: J II en..IIIDorel. JCollla Mlles O, Norton W B L A tYD.ieuCO'Nual : the spanner to drop It, so as to Impressthe

Comstock: J W .Caid8CobbB R I I' 1 J'A Norton R Bp' J CPope jury with its weight and so as heat

Ch.>.er O A ". Charles Bawley J M' 4 .. t...D. + P on the high chair where the witnesses .
ColUn W R Carney John RoaeATRalna T T is
JHlJ' Pent Wm T Pierce L WPot..n wen' then placed drop !It he did
1 Cbeatbam J 0 Cap Frank Robert l Hoes Dan P Padgett E H W r
I ? W I Peter J 8 and It bounced the boards at his feet,
Cope C 8Cohen Campbell Tho* Rath MR aoberla C e Pitt. fc O PoluklJohn Price AndrewPetaraoo
laador 'VreaaCtuwUCo R.dtfetCH'Rablasos RRlehardaon -' t it Peters T oJ Peters B J B Patterson 8 L and raised a great dusC It was a

Crip C A J kBli g : Randolph J 8 CkedlnhouanWX p Or.ntai Prten F L Perdue 31 Pent Wm II Front W W heavy play. The. result on all the evidence ;'
) D
e Cartright .,... CothranWM Rod Ie '> ; Pent J A Pollard P Pollock A H Pugh E II was that Judge Lackland Instructed '

y a 'ColU.r.1' 'CottJtrCB Ratter Fred Roundtreej W J -ff1rdy Finder J F Feden J H Pierce Chaa D PhlllipaPOPatleraon that It was'a clear case of a

Cook P 111' CarllaleH _eea John F Haw WP Hour J i Ct Iti Pbyoton I Peat C T Padgett MiltoaBolleyJobaB It A self defense and under his direction a

Caldwell D CCnlpepperAF ,Campbell Thou J Richardson Praak Kyan PLSander -i *- Harden AMoore .: R QQIII. verdict of not \guilty was rendered
,Cra gin John M Reddtek George I MMeuek -, Roberta'J W Roberta C BRuaaell .. R MKob'Tia without the jury- leaving the box.

Cox W A Cooper MI10Copju M H >W w Russell William Oeo
R '*>f that crnfd have been achieved In
F Chaae8RCarlleJi W H 3Bt. awderman.. J' A ( MC, :"' ; $q..eR T Jrurtevaat J ARauleraon a smaller town, it would bave been
4 4Pearee'j
Cardnrlo pea! ,S
Clark John Crutenaeld J 8 Speed P O. chrabntek Carl .McWabpW M W OoerJJ Boar' ; FMScott Ryan T G C H deemed a great victory( and of great ad-,
Small cotl B RadabughDi BomphUDJrRoot to the lawyer bttt ln|
Crew A.*.' 'Cro. yAJComb 88Bftnton vantage young
smkb J W Stowen J 0 V. 'Plua. W'Ar r ARteker Bumph EngnneRntherford:
( B ACoIMn ., this great city it was unnoticed.
? a. Clayton .1 .. '. Splvy J W W 8
> smlta J U BtrobmO O : Jl 31RobbEM V A of MlddSe-i!
Creech RC W8 Scott DeWItt W Saunders J "During thi Imprisonment
e' Smith WI'i Spencer W J 'akb..i.JC': Roger J Wheals
w ,
Currie 0 O Cain UPDy Blrkln Sawyer R H Sawyer R H BrSaadere ton be had been .constantly'visited bylhis
4 Sawyer John MaxBaundera O 8Bolinrn Hap W II
D singleton Leroy liB J s .c"*. S I:, ".'i': ::J'" J. Scrocta Michael II TBobertaT old and affectionate mother. Shel

Dewey Fred R POavldaon ...._a.W SaaderaHBeeleyjolin ...... ) jBnell .u.."I,.a Stephen.' OB Beenpeo W Roberta 8 P D W Roger. W' Jr. said her son. did not like to be siesta tn|

DlmlckBN.Oaaher: Jaa Wood J. Schmld C W .W W ,Bush O B Bcbepene. Senders OeoScolt Hagen J tbe dark: In prison and out of aryl'

Tony .IHmltkBUDear\ ....1. PV lash O R Sn.U D R Shnle W B 8 H Baden H 8 means I supplied him with caadtesv
Smith W M Smith O W '
DoaslawWIDeBerryWOJr" ea..1Iob Blrfcla B SanderaATMmnuua :, T When he was acquitted, he lIb dll: mrhand
:Joel A iI..l..toa. C! P W U BmltkOWUnuleadJI. ;lplgk.JC1j' T jman J O Trlpp WmTrnltl Bottxnr A B Belt C B cordially and said U be lIved he* ,
J T. ,DavlaAWLBoetetBB, .. D T '"*.ra.8 KSewell : singleton Weak
OeBerry "d..GW Smith John J O Thompaon fee Be went OD
would m. a good
'' B: Qohnalilmaa Hewell John pay
Frank'Di t W Cm.lwd C D
Darling Stanley Afpltxer W R'Savage V Thrift
Bpltaer Joseph
.. to New.Orleans as a d.ee>:
*Will' 11kk Jl' A Wgammen B C ... ; *"{., W Jake Smith JSBlmuioua a,, steamboat
.. :; :DISTRICT N0k. 8waaO II W fl hand and as he walked down the,(
DavlaJASarnealCB J C Sander JW 7 wld.ld
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Bavage B after his arrival
Smith R M the
shore soon
f : ewell W 8hanori Balder' Ssmith 8BraotUy Westh.rebeeLC Weat J D plank to

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Dade County Voters. R !! r'4'' .,.# 'f

COUNTY not.r& I
4 {) ,FATHERS John I' Itlflliinonil II LAW. Rustle

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oa'rn, CJ.,,;Q.(IUKII.I. :' the Money S\ 1

IN SESSION 4a d. s Bnlors W B 'IJlvlln 000 J 881avln FrankSKniliuna CIIILL WOWL'I1&C'C1iltlE ., I! i '. f' !
'F' t John A Smith Chas CIliniab 141"10obll J TSeot.1 -bl; .r MILtEK, the Dentist,
I r, ,,. t. rsml;i .Frank Savalf SlmmonsLWSnoli p,U StuJnhoumirGoo It .T 'Stelnhoiiwir Smith I J A. UV ATTA 18 AND OIN8EILqa..8( );i ; I IVeat 'Ils I pta.CI'nRgian'QCtraorbindry\ { of.

'0 ,. L, N Slko,W WIthankelford Suollgrovo beo a. Pa u Beach e s JI la.'l2.9 fat to all people! with bad teeth
north end of depot. W Scrape; R B f T'Tweadull } r ,'"' "
MU.auF.1a., >\ Jug place, SE1>nHIM' :
Button B Stovenmn J A It a Tw'qtoll. J
Sept. 29 1901.:: | C. Holly ,. BUFORK '
I District No. 6 -J.
Pompano Smith U ,pang JV ''' TakaUitch 0 K Taylor Frank P" NNINO ,
Tbi- Board of County Commissioners' N. ,H. Monks and I. I. Harder, luapec. Smith John Shulu E. t I'&k""p WWatson H.t' -'UAVtN'VOtJR
i .
met t ill day in special session. tore, Geo. O. Butler, Clerk. Polling) PT Seeders! .. J T .4' 1 W'C .. dttorpeand OormselJor.a LlJw WORK.DON 4
Pre tent: George W. Lalnhart, chairman place, I. C. Hardy's store, '" t jI''I1. I,' t ViYoung, .' I' '. ', E.
@ewell.) F. C. Alclier. S. A. Tt.UI..llarr" HTownloy T.lorWbt IttW'ile'u Hhc.ieby :: j (Oatcmevettank.' : )
; John District No ?, Fort LauderdaleP.R.Otiver !. T I. Tat&uo Gllbe.1/' I r i" e'. 1,1 J. Room 32, JeflTersoq Block

Belcher John Frohock Sheriff, and Frank Stranaban and J,. G. To "i|>klni J B Tucker O I> : I a-i6 1901:: Wl S'r'' PALM BEACH, FLA.. Florida

1 E. C. Dearborn Clerk. Farr, Inspectors B. T. King, Clerk. Townley Julia H j.TtumJ( B : cenify' that"'the 'loregoiug i i ll, --n-! ." :- ,'J i West Palm Beach, -

There having been a writ of tnaoda Polling place Stranuhan's Hall."District Tat lor U A Tomllson.lox' correct and cOl1lpht..,, list of the. 'leg. : i

mus sued out in Circuit Court by A. B. -: Woflbrd .." II I /rimmiiKm Q''W'Thurber .. Isire l and qualified Voters; of each and : W L'NETOALT; .... .
sell No. 8, Ojus J. B. It P Tayler, Henry I I
Chapman applicant for permit John A. Harp and W. H. Fulford', In Infringe\' Wm, Taylor J Hww.. $ A every precinct of Dade County, Florida. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW !
and beer in Election DIstrict v. NOTARY PUBLIC.
liquors, wines V 'u ; :u'; { A. T. CARTER
Clerk. P lllni j
George P. Bull : e 7
1, No. 10 of Dade comity, which was place specters, depot.District ... ,i. vplll I Eli Voiyon J O -1 I Supervisor Registration. ( \V.II prsudoeln( Cuuufy,8tand,' .....-.i:

refused by the Board at their regular .. Cuoru
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r' wWUlls'A J'i .r-- r LAND tASK A 'StHc '
-T. 1.ten Pe
No. Lemon City
and the Court 9 ROGERSSilvbrWare
; : tneeti-ig in September Walb rton WOI ..
'i ,
and Catarrh.Medl
,\ commanded the Board In sale W. E,Norton and J. C. Knight, In. Wilson Jessie Woutherly W It.'s. Cures, Rheumatism ;i Office: In TDOPIOAL Soi cit. ae
JI. %
having Matthams Clerk. PollIng Woiivor AD'' Worley O A 'y / I( cine sent Pros West' Palm Bunch., Dade C y PluridP "'
Paul L
said ,
.1 l' writ 0 issue unto the A. B. Chapman spectors ,
within ten days after place, Moffett's old store.. Wharton VII Wilson R 8 end no moqey simply write and try
such permit William L A ...Woodsworth v ?
\ r. have been exhibited to District No MIami-E. A Fro* 11, C .' ,' Botanic Blood Balm at our expense?, n. SAUNDElt r., i
the si me shall 10, Worley J A. Watson! HI ill --.N Tea Spoons
'i. Botanic'Blood Balm (B.: It. B ) Villa 01 ? ,
the return of ". Lrffler and Moyer In. WllKonJIWhltnul Walker Geder
them And aa shown by cber, D. Jack
; : exhibited to PollIng R II :Wilson W J ,, i';"', destroys tbe poison ,in ,the blots J) which r r1iae .41 TORNEY .A N.Coyner '
Bardme Clerk.
' M. and
', the Sheriff, the same was rpectors, John Muse 75. Ceuta n
: WI'lttttJK Wllkermm back and 3
causes the a""ful'aches" in Oliva and Datum t..
Board :
of the Hall. /
each and member place, City .
every Wilson, A Wools W M
1-\\ i' from the 35th to the ath of September. District No. u, Cocoanut GroveBernice While B L ". ''",. shoulder blades, shifting/ pains, difficultyIn IH.I waif' PAL ACH, FLOKre Table

,; l, It was therefore ordered on motion by Potter, W, 1>. Albury end E. C. X moving fingers, toes, or legs bone e Spoons

the Board that a permit be granted to Gaunt Inspectors Harry Bruce Clerk. Iimsnias' a t. '. pains, swollen muscles and joints of A. J 1.EW I e, Per Set 11.50

1 sell liquors, y rheumatism, or the foul breath hawking of :
the said A. B. Chapman Polling place. Shone's store. and up'. .
9{ wines and beer in Election District No. rating R W i. YaUsCJ spitting droppings la throat, bad ATJOhNEY w
I District No. 13, Cutler-E. H. Kirk : Ya e and RY PUBLIC.
hearing, specks Bring before the eyes a
: 10 of Dade county as commanded by the Dr. S. l.G.V't .
the Court be notified' man, George J. Stcinbouser and 'J< all\ played out feeling, of catarrh. Botanic Antol the U. S. n plh" Ouaranty Co.,olBnltnUir Knives Asa and
.1 I Court and that Richmond P. L. Jenkins *, Md. u
A H. Inspectors /' Balm has cured hundreds of ,
execution of the writ. School House. DISTRICT NO. tlA. Blood :, Office at corner uf CI.ID.. /Avenue and Nan
further business to Clerk. Polling place, cases of 30 or 40 years' standing after rlMMUM Street over titrohm's Mboro, B..f-iyo. 1.: r
There being no to meet at 90'clock. '' Westl-almUc.uh. -
tl adjourned bot and medicines Prices Ona1fla
springs patent
Board doctors
L, come before this meeting the a. m., Tuesday October 7th, 1902. I Albury W DArcher t' Albury W L -
had all failed. Mont ot these cur.
W D '' 'Alubrooka W K ANDREWS
adjourned. E. ,
i[" Approved: Aduins B Archer CT' ed patients had taken Blood Balm as a JAMES Sterling S

1 GKo. W. LAINHART, Ch'm. Miami, Fla', Oct. 7. 1903. X B last resort. It is especially advised for A TTORNEY.A T-LA W.'NOTARY. '

I' \ t' E. C. DEARBORN Clerk. The Board met 'pursuant! to adjourn. Bi'lolmr/ 9 AItnrtashaw Brook A E chronic, deep-seated cases. Impossiblefor PUBLIC ,Quoted
John V Brace II
ment. Present: George W. Lninhart, any one to suffer the agonies or .
Ilufl'um AI. *A ABurtasbaw Prosecuting +Attorney Bravard, Co.
6 chairman p, C. Aicher, S. A. Belcher, symptoms of rheumatism' or catarrh
t. Miami, Fla., Oct. Ip3.b Hnrtimliaw John J C FT PlKRCB AMD TIT SVU.I.IC, FI.A.
""l i }' The Board of County Commissioners John Sewell and R. E,. McDonald. John C while or after taking Blood Baku. It !.y.s.lyr RalIr,,'ad Watch

i; '. met this day in regular session. Frohock Sheriff and E. C. Dearborn Carnny RI'aMwellP Carter A V makes tbe blood pure and. rich, thereby' TIMEINSPECTOR;
Clerk. A Carey: J w giving a healthy blood supply. Cures .
.n Present: Geo. W. Lalnhart, Chairman; GEO. 11. IIOUBINS,

F F. C. Aicher, S. A. Belcher, John Sewell Sealed bids for Indexing: records In D' are permanent and not a patching up. r r FLORIDA EAST COAST

McDonald Frohock, Clerk's office were opened and read as Demi 1)C DavishaaBDearborn : Drug stores, $t per large bottle. .Sample Attorney! and Countelor-at-Law/ PLA T SYSTEM '
and R. E. John
yd Sberlff'aDd E. C. Dearborn Clerk. follows" : D. W. Moran f475.0oand C. Douglass John Dorwy" D APavUIIW of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid, ''VIM practice In State and Federal <<:onrl., JACKSONVILLE &,SO'WESTERN

I' The minutes-of last meeting .were read L. Huddles ton, '174.50. On motion the Dearborn M\ also special medical advice by describing

and contract was awarded to C. L. Huddle E your trouble and writing Blood l TITUSV1LLB' FLA. R. J. RILES
t approved. *rs .
... ->yr ,
t his the lowest bid. Ewan J W Ellis John Balm Atlanta, Ga. ;
ston Cp.
I Tax Assessor M. E. Gruber who"'was Z2S Weal Bar St.. JICK90Ay1LLB FLAT
in attendance on this meeting turned The application ot the Royal Palm by i ElllaJM'F": .. MEDICAL AND SURGICAL
: i.I
t over to tLe Board the Tax Roll for the Henry W. Merrill for permit to sell FrowJTFlowers Kerrl. Have You Noticed? 'y .'. '

k year 1902 with two copies of same such liquors, wines and beer in Election District I, A J Frow Chas II The date on the label of :your papers.. :'L.D.. EATON'IU. D. '

original and two' copies were examined No. 10 of Dude county, having' G c It tells you just to what time your subscription
.. and compared and the books endorsed been legally advertised and no objections Orenn Chas CUttlloway Gaunt B C ban been paid. All subscribers FLORIDA.It'cHltluno ,
1 k:.. on the following certificate: filed was" granted. J ," should see that the date Is changed after oppoiilttt. MetaodlNt Church. Office 1RAILKQADLoiiisfille&Naslivilie

,. : ': State of }Florida ) The application of James W. ArnoldFor II sending their remittance, and should OlnmntU Avenue, niixt tnMMonla. Tmnplo. ,
11, County of Dade. f permit to sell liquors wines and llanle T J Hinton J PlIaI. Office hoars S to n a.m.:1: ru4 and T to 8 p.m. .
... John J IIiDlOn J J notify this office if it is not so changed. /Sundays: :II to 4 ..iu.Hpaclat .
1,',' We, the undersigned County Commissioners beer in Election District No. 10 of Dade Uinckson II K Ilarilla AudrsIlnrdu --. .. Atuatlon Given tn DlHBmies of First-Class Service, '

'I' in and for the County of Dade, county. having been legally advertised J J Having leased the Berman: House Women' and Children. '. "

14 ,i I ?:I' State ot Florida, do hereby certify that land no objections filed was granted. r'Joblleon for the winter I would like the present and QuickSchedules '
j' we have carefully examined the foregoing / Tbe application of Edward M. Rabb J T Johns W II r t'', '/
I ;, boarders to remain and would be glad TT U. IIDOO, M. D, to '
assessment roll of said county for for permit to sell liquors wines and K ,
," to have all others who would stop''with S
i the year 1902, and have compared the jeer, in Election District No. 10 of Dade Kelly S Frank JCulm M Kennedy Komp A A J,D U3. We shall apare- no pains to plensa. PHYSIC/AN AND 8>JRQ OH Birmingham, :Nashville,

original and two cpples; thereof as le- county, having been legally advertised L ',W. L. Betton and Mrs. M. M. Betton. Office over Strahm's. store, WEST PALM Evansvllle Chicago '

''r qulred by Section 29 of Chapter 4JJJ and no objections filed was granted. Lea 0 WParkins LAnA\ F .- BEACH.; Reetdenoanear Royal Polnclana Louisville, Cincinnati,

c Laws of Florida as amended by the Act Sealed bids: for the construction ofa W AJIllK Lao ol! Wm Hotel PALM BEACH. aft St. Louis and all'points
You Know What You Are
{ of 1857 Chapter 4515 Laws of Florida bridge across Black Creek- were opened Ludlnin HMontgomery Taking West"and Northwest

and find the same to be correct. and read as follows: M When you take Grove's Tnstelers Mobile New Orleansfand all
Chill Tonic because formula is T> JB. POTTLIU. M. D.
the ,
H L E8:
W. Lalnhart bid Points Southwest.
Geo. The of M. M.- Ramsey $4.05 per
R. E. McDonald, Munroe It Uiluuroe Martin K V plainly printed on every bottle showingthat '
lineal foot E. II. Kirkman $3.70
JI] F. C. Aicher, ; cubic per Kirk Morley C fMorrow I it is simply iron and quinine in a t-aS-98 W EST PALM BEACH. FI.A.p Through, tickets via tbe Louisville &
I John Sewell foot for bridge and 65' cents* per Montgomery C B OMerrlct tasteless form. No cure. No pay 50 ct.. I Nashville are sold by all Railroad: Con. ,
yard for approaches P. W. Merritt, B U
S. A. Belcher, ; '
pon Ticket Agents in Florida.
i- Commissioners. lineal foot. Mo' '
County $3.95 per ,
; For schedules, 'ratea Iud sleeping-car}
Schooner For Sale. !
The bid of P. W. Merritt being the oDonulif Gad L MeKonaleJUMuloiid Large : \
The assessor then issued and annexed PHYSICIAN AND. SUROfON. reservations, apply to :.
iloDonaldJ A Strain. Two-masted schooner South : .. i> : N ,
to of said books tbe following warrant lowest bid received was accepted and the "Sunny i
oue p' Telegrams delivered all hour of th. day J. M. FLEMING
: contract: awarded him, and Commissioner completely overhauled. repainted, new I
was Pent Edward Perry CHV and set of sails. and night, Florida Passenger Agent; L. & N. R. jff:-<"' '
State of Florida. Belcher authorized to have approaches > eaoock Janksoneaoook Peacock J T. \ rigging/ new 3-19-iqu FORT PlBRCK Fls. 306 West Bay .St., Jacksonville Flat \Itt,r' .

_: To Thomas J. Hardee, Tax, : Collector oft built as cheap as possible.: > U J Poiil JohnPcauock EAsT COAST LDMBKR AND SUPPLY Co. J.,
... L. STONE
the County of Dade: Sealed bids for the construction of eaouck U A S Cha: 17 :at: Eau Gallie Fla.aVOUNC'S DENTAL C. ,v

court house in Miami were opened and I'eucook Swan: Pent John 8 IR. Gen Pass Ag't, Louisville'Kentucky'AGENCY : ,, '.**<'>' )' ,
You are hereby commanded to collect l 1
Peacock '
found as follows: Peacock Tare HATS-none better made l'IACY J
out of the real estate and personal prop. Perry U W Perry I M H. -r* --.-. 'l
\ George D. Hulbert & Co., on original at $3.00. ANTHONY BROS. ?It (
f' ert> and from each of the persons and Perry A J Powell J BKuuurts ;r : fc\
i plans and' specifications (53,309 and R ? DENTIST '\
coipartitions named in the annexed roll,.

the taxes set down in each roll opposite with proposed changes, 48098. Guo L Illuhards A C Office over Dade County State,Bank i-' ;
P. M. Gartbwait, on original plant IIUBB U J KlqbHnlBon Use UlUuiM..y CONTINENTAL dj-- ,
.' each name corporation or parcel ol M M Ramsey. J A Will be open August 15th. ,
and and will
i I'' laud therein described and in case the specification, {72.400. Huiniwy A.J Richards B F A HEALTH POLICY. WEST PALM BEACH, ., FLORIDA '

'" r taxes so imposed are not paid at the proposed changes 63875.:: Ito.> F Robinson John N ,
r i' I. C. Gerber ,on original plans and S V it. 1JOUGU'J.'ON PLANT COMPANY. ;
time prescribed by law, you are to col. I ; :
The Is from'lIatural
J' lect the same by levy and sale of they specifications', $53,800, with proposed Shone W J Sim in ont A R causes, debilitated or run-down "DENTOS"UOLLAHD :,, ,.

y goods\ and chattels, lands and tenements changes, $ 4.950. 1Ie..1...J U Buaboia Sanders Chas A W reaundorsduhn both in the sprijog and fall. The DOCK PHONE l. Of Kittrell, N. O. I V :.
M. Eboch original plans and ?
so a'Messed or of the person or corpora- J. on M Splcn D seasons' changes are always a tax WEST PALMBBACK., -TBTKAVTKCBItV ; > i.,
specifications, '50,300 with proposed atoarlmg J on the human organism. The ...... .. ? :;
iic 3 tion so taxed, ; and all sums collected: for changes 41000. Stands Ilurlxy. /Smith CarrollT blood becomes impure in the PLAns Ii'i''; '

State taxes you are to pay to the State spring and vitality lags in the fall. NOTARY PUBLIC v" I
Capital City. Building Company on .. Cabbage, Tomato and Celery Plant. 'f.:! .
Treasurer, at such time as may be required Trnpp. II A Thompson G o,W A little care a little assistance, .

by law, and at same time you art original plans and specifications, $52- 1 bompiMtu. It W Thompson J QTliuiuui and nature will do thereat, aa it is ll'IETOA.LF. CARNATION PINKS '' '

1 "t '. to pay to the County Treasurer all mini 650, with original proposed I changes,, I F A TUomm J always trying to maintain health. GUY A Specially. w: ,,1;, .
Tlaou Jamesw Frequently the weakest will
;"E f collected for count) taxes district school 44000. I N ., show the most disorder and this NOTARY PUBLIC We handle Roue and Flowering Plant for1'' .:,'; '

t" 1i; taxes and other special taxes; and you I Miami Building Company on original WhralurU/ T. Wanner II JW..r often leads to wrong treatment.For For the State of Florida at Large. U. L. Taber Glen 84. Mary. FU. .., t

ru f'r 1 are further required to make all collections plans and specifications $61,620, with, J W l Weuel C: L the debilitated conditionsof Deo<<., Mortgage. Lramis and Contractl A .tioreofonrp.tl'Onageaoholled. 11!I', .

y '. I;' on or before the first Mouda'y in proposed changes $$0,900. Williams! II I'rico spring or fall, or any other Draftud.CnnreyaiiringaSpeclelt I MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY BrtLJJD/ >/$ "] '''/
for that matter the! '"
time right
April; and on or before the first Monday F. W. Hahn on, original plans and r thing; to do is to build{ up the All Ortlc Work Ilunrantoed Iu 1'HopiciL: l legal Sufi ll:.Blol'k.';rred. Address FRANK COPE ,., '_

in July you will make a final reportto specifications $63,085 and using galvanized DISTRICT NO. IJA' :: whole system. It Is not ;your stomach Wait Palm Beach Dade, County Florida. i-n-tf P, O. Boa I", West Palm Beach:Fla w I i

and l settlement with the Comptroller iron on dome, 58085. and to or liver or nerves alone that ,

and Commi sloner.. substitute galvanized Iron for terra cotta cause the trouble ;you are weak h
County I cornice 154,085James Ailillnon 1 John A Anderson. Will ened all over and must have renewed CIVIL ENGINEERING Geo. S Hacker & Son '
strength and vitality. These ,
V' Given under my band and leal this 6th B.

day of October in the year A. D 1903. Holley on original plans and Brow 0 1) C Benson swan p. you cannot get so GEORGE O., IJUTLEU.CIVIL .
specifications, $63,505, with proposed C quickly or surely or : )
; ,, (Seal) M. E. GatiBgK ,
rE, : 48533. afely as by using ENGINEER
changes -
Cattullo J S Carpenter<< \f f -
fie' 4 Assessor Dade County. AND
Board took recesses to 1:30 o'clock Crofts W F Cown J D
Inspectors and Clerks for the election p.m. Cooper
to be held November 4th 1903- for the Board met at 1:30: o'clock p. m. D TONICWhen Local Awenl tor the Land Departmantotthe y J
and officers lioughurty W J'', ?- David A TlulI..lnl I'. R.C. a... POMPANO. TLA 6-&.taoo I .
election of State county The Board on considering all bids for .
rj appointed and polling places designated the construction of the court house. on \ M M Dnlwrry F you use Dr.Harter's. Iron I j \ .
are to
you helping renew -
'/ ,as follows: motion accepted the bid of the Capital Emerson A W the vigor of every, fiber of your .,*.. \!. f :
''t District No. r, Stuart-W.. H. Bessey City Building Company of $44.000 with F. are cleansing and en ,",- t

Otto Stypman and Walter Kitching, Inpcctots the privilege of accepting instead their" Freeman Hurt > Fuiiuril Wm riding your blood ; you are \V AJ..LAOE It. MOSES, -. -......- .. J.
bid and Flton ll.nry A' strengthening your stomach and -' -
Clerk. School' on original plans specifications -
and B. Parks Suocettor
G t i increasing the digestive fluids to A. W, Robert, .
OUuMman ; you
/4' P House, polling place. of $53,650 within six months from dale Henry Gouruan C A are building up and renewing the REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE MANUFACTURERS: OF .:
Mr. John W. Hood of the Capital City activity of and liver .
Dlstiict. NO.2. Jupiter,-Win. Lamb' Grimes. U. V. UoulU Lymnn BII and are your kidneys and ; Anentfnr. WmtPalm Beafh Town Lot, also Doors, Sash '1
feeding revitalizing
Building and you
Company present accepted
i F. M. Powell and F. W. McCurdy In- West Palm Bench water Work.
the contract. on above terms your nervous system.<< You XOTAUV PUBLIC. Blinds
h specters, and W. L. Wldmeyer, ,Clerk and Illllot'A, j inn c w cannot do this without getting Ctematli Avenue, near Olive Street. Mouldings

Schocl I !House polling place. contract was drawn and signed./ J* well,and you cannot take Dr. Har- i1.21: -iDot Went Palm Beach Florida. -AND-- -

Communication in regard to ferry JonenJJ .. Jenkins PLJenkins tcr'K Iron Tonlo without doing it.
No. West Palm Bench-B. Building Material
District' 3 1
across canal at' Juno was received and U D ARCHITECT
k' Dean and John Beach, BUILDER ,
M. Pottel'Ioel laid over for further Information.The X" CBICAUO, Iu., Nov HIM1', 1 CHARLESTON S. C. '
i Inspet : ,. J. F. Bergen Clerk. Polling petition. of James W Porter for the Kirkman U II Knlghto r K n Dn Jftirfar JfimVfftM Cb. lJa_ O. a"
1>. BROWN Largest
O"l'fTL."I-IIIDbMltalin ; Factory South.
place, Club House. LU..dllrullo ;l) reoom rp ,,
'J exclusive right to plant oysters upon the mend Dr. Hartar's Iron Tonic ae I S tor
District .No.4. Hypoluxo W..Por.ter John flrmly ....lIe... It la th* beet tonlo an the ARCHITECT AND BUILDER : Send prices. e.,.
,' riparian rights iu Lake Worth of tbe fol M' market to-d.). Every sprlnf and fail ,
;. f' Charles W. Pierce and C. Pence In. 10"lndellCrlhetl/ lands of whicii be I. my system 4ims to be In newt of a Plan and ipoctfleatlon pn aredy \

spectorn. J. T. Earnest Clerk. Polling owner: All that fart of Hvpolnxo'Is- Mann John H M.ullllo..r' Moody Geo W kv Ionic taken and a for battle the of put your throe tonlo years tine, 1 Jobbing work given prompt attention at I D. M. GEAURIDEAU, .

'Y "} place \. W. Porter's packing/ bouse. land in Lot No I, section 10, township O ayear.RrpmmtnHv How* to Ae Joan IWnatt J. F'UKLOKO ZepMotur,* Shop on Datura, Street. PALMS ( '

,, Dist '-t No. 5, Delray-F. L. Ten- '45, south of range 43 east ana west across J CMUn L A UU /Bk: Cblo..... v SHAVING PARLOR. :

brook L. G. Lyman and I. H Burton, I l' '0' roll SALE nJPPENDOllF'S: LADIES' SHOES ,' "Old Flmtlum Belutbl Tonaorla." "'work by th* :Uj.J

Inspectors; C. II. Miller Clerk. Pell. Coutlnuml on Page a, PlgderTho.R. Plnd" AI' L svaYwnctlE.5 at ANTHONY BROS. HOP UNDER HOTE1, PALM8 '1fr .


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FRIDAY, .f, 1802
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: COUNTY FATHVontl&aed County Commissioners/ regular meet. OeorirtKnlly, .. 1 in
,<, I: SUBSTANTIALREWARD /ing this 9th day of October: A D, 1902. O W, Weybrtoht.P .. .. 1 inV ] ( REWARD OF TWO
J Mutcnlf. J. DC
IN \< S1ON George W Lalnhart. Carl Zapf .. '. .. 1 O HUNDRED DOLLARS
Chairman. ..
---.- .-' :' 8 A Barflold -" 1 9
Commissioner Alcber waa authorized R B McDonald ('0, W'H Jenkins, 2 '
., Being stib.orlbejl' by the Citizen from Pa to Investigate the Sewelt's Point road month's alary ....................,.. ..:..: SOJ rJ Offerod by the County Commissioners -
ofWest f-.lm Beach ; t u A Dana. blacksmith work .............. 86 ({
vested with authority, to haVe work O C O'Neal fop the Capture of
building addition toJILWat '
: I t. tor!' tbe Assassin./ xFS3 the Island at the -distance owenty.five done on same it satisfactory.Board rock quarry ................ ............. 83:<1 00. the Murderer. "BOYS IN BLUE" NO MORE "
chains.: and twelve links soijU from the 'to weet John Frohook.
: 4. adjourned Thursday, on writ of mandamus Oar Army Uniform Alt.. Thl Y
r !The publisher of the take Worth north line of said section i< d parallel October 9th 1901.ADJOURNED. C6nnty* Comniltuloner.................. 93:1 Bit Will B.. Oll-ra Or..... ear ,
thereto olm[ Frohock, on writ of mandamus The Board of Commissioners
the 6ve Connty
same contain acres
$ Th. .
Hews have started a subscription list for les MEETING. County CommlsHlonora.................. 95 55(' .j recommendations of the commission
j the, purpose of ralstdg a subotautlaf sum more or I o7 John Frobock,onwrit" 01 mandamus of Dade county wet In special session at on army; uniforms in substaWa '

of money to be ,given As a reward..to the Commencing:\ at a* stake oil the west Thursday Oct 9, 1901. County (lomml Bloner ......... ....... 3T BOJ Miami today and unanimously decided approved by; the president, which will
l Board met pursuant to adjournment, J W Moran ................ .
person' or persons. capturing'/ the murderer bore of Lake Worth six chains and all D Sop salary .. 40 OOH to after, reward of $too for the captureof go Into effect at tbe beginning of 1003 ,
members Bran Sal watchman at (Ian Sup, 10 aGo
: sey oty-alx lin-ks ((0 76)) south of line present. have ] as well
) A l of the late Richard Hone _. on The following bonds for B Savage, a. .. SO(' BOB the murderer of the late Richard sentjjuenta as practical ,
: :The subscription. (Ij' headed as follows which the largest cocoanut tree stands permit toown B Tatum printing- Tugitl.; matter...... 05(' OO Hone. Importance. The dark blue color so

: l : "The- publishers of the Lake InTlhe north half of lot a of section iu in and caTty pistols were approved; Jean Pub. Co,adv'talng bids.............. 15, 75(' *r .. long associated: with our army; Is to

Worth News, feelfag that every 'effort township 4$, south of range'43 east, .referred Joel A Dean with S'Bobo Dean and B E H .Dlmlok cam. on receipts and dls- addition to this Governor Jennings give place In service dress to olive /

ulC the murderer to in deed from M Minnie Brelfl- II Doeter sureties; S Bobo Dean, withB biirauieuts................................... 310 OO has authorized tbe pa.mett-of a reward green with bat and leggings to. match. L '
Dr. P T Skajrgs. pro!. sevs.. on prln'rs 1O GOD
''iHC! 1t Mlfi "''itlTzs.1.. :!IIO that if a ford' to J W' Porter. J B Hamilton and B> Poster dud Joel A Dean sureties. R Knight, mc'hdliie for county......... 19 01. of $ioo 'for the same purpose, and these' Our soldiers therefore cannot much ,'

I$ liberaL reward should beture 1i. d JA cap- A W Canwhence It.. dated July 8th. 1885; The following permits; to own and car J 0 Drepl, medicine for prisoner...... 2 85 two amountsTwith the West Palm Beach longer be designated as "boys In blue."
a certatn)1i; % rung; west to the west line of ry repeating ri flea 'and revolver ap JD A Waddell rent ol kitchen for Antuat All tbe allusions of song and story
would be
t .more' *Mii& )VJlt1. -itience south along tbe pro**iI!: John H Grant with J A Wells ( and September......".......I.: ....... 1O OO rewards bring the total up to 11435.00. which cluster round the distinctive colors .
: L1 elded to circulate {the following ,' erlp- and H V Mattox sureties R B Ficftle M B Grub room.on tax a..no.. ment.,90O 97 .- _
tion list", with. this euclfn! ,'ew. ''( line Ol .R'" t 2 to the *-nUlieast corner ; Ohm' O Wilson.'archlteut. plans for worn by; the contending armies ota 4'
4* % 4c :WfJlie undersigned thereforere-' of the no\\half\ of said lot 2. thence with J Q/Prui't and P M Merritt sure: court houneitndjall..1UOO GOT Complaint has been made to the town generation ego will begin to be obsolete. .
U ties; M E Holly with B M PotlefandJninesICincald I? 3 Bardee eollec'u 8 .* ,,
1 set of east to the\kr-ibore; \ ; thence north. com. on polltax police officers by residents of the lower '
I44 aabscl'lbthe( ampunts
by ,. ward along Lake shore to tile poIntof sureties; B M Potter, with Carl Bchrebulck, m'dfe for county..... I (BOta portion of Datura Street that certain Tbe development of the range of tbe '
tt 9k our respective nstuesxlor the pdrVof: I M -llolly: and W C King sureties; C T Sanders, salary (or Sept.......... 88 88 modern rifle is chiefly responsible for '
t l %' raising a reward to Ee given to the% begInnIauntalnlng five and two A J Koll, Ink for court house ........... 8OII young boys, whose names are withheld* '
P'Ietcalf with Metcalf tfn
1W 4 k'or' parties who will furnish InfornIA l \ thirds acres i4'or_ 1 le 6 s,.and '1 Saunders sureties., and H B 4. W B Drew stationary............... 8 8B line been In the habit of shooting at of an-Inconspicuous awakened perception field'goib.: the When value

final t That of north half Walter Kltelilng. acct B Hoffman...... 8 00 birds>( In the buck yards/ of the parties ,
:f' ? t flf31e.ding( }o,prosecution and part ) of.lot a ol The bonds Miami Telephone Co, telephone at con guns were dangerous at short distances '
ytctlon of the person or who> ,wIn ca tion 10, In t.& nhlp 45 south of range following for permit to cat vleteampSept8oto Decal, ..... 900. complaining. On Thurbddy onejsdy was.\}! only the color of uniforms made little '

d /ture the: person who assassinated RlchatHone. -.feast, ,Beglniifv ,at a large cocoanut ry! rifles were approved: W R. Bennett O D Lttinvr. m'diie for Jail...........?...>. 1 45(' truck in the heel by a bulled but-'t difference In their effectiveness as tar

': q ;;, the'disposition of the award to \ the same %I& tbe largest cocoa with.Pen uioglon Kltching and T M Baker Red Cram Pharmacy medicine lor prU. U8/ 00.Mt..ml glanced off of tbe shoe and did na harm, gets. Tbe red coats of the British ,
'e., .\\ sureties Ed Brooker withy Daniel B'dg Co building vault at 467 :S long abandoned in '
.. mad the Commissioner ,. e 'on"n1d 1 running Lack west ; r Jail Another lady1 bad the unpleasant eapelence ago actual field
; bv County !! n / <
II M KIng burying .......... ... 13:1 00 .
1 \ Wortbthe! west line of McLean and G W Herring anreties; pauper. of having a bullet hiss by in front service were not particularly dangerous
) of Dade county; v frt4ake R B Taylo..lnNurance on county Jail, 335/ OOO '
to the wearers, although no color
1 "1 So far Ute following subscriptions have l t *, and'ru.1rort11, : from saidcocoanut IMey S Lee, with E'P Brooker aud W H Watson, rent of armory........ ... IB(' 00 of her face and embed itself in a door Is more conspicuous than red. '
N \Collins, sureties; Oacar' Hawea with F V .. close by, Tbe of the in
been obtained: tre a1ogi4Jn margin of Lake I Beagle board of Peryl ....... S OO parents boys Tbe new color was adopted afteca. .

''f jJ a J **** ,H Mgltby;........? ....,,....!Il i;..;. .., 5O oollnhart s Wortb a sufficient d. hnce to tnaljB thesaid Daniel McLean and G W Herring sure W L Goodaod.iiareof W Culbertaoit" .. 12 OOJ [tiestlon, have been'warned of the occurrences series of tests under conditions' almost

*' Pottur........, .. ...,. ......->.... OO OO full amount of the acres hereby' con. .ties. H Creamel'board 4 OO and it ia safe to say ,the I as varied as those In which tbe '
A T Carter, ........... ,
LlldeC04flt7. State Bank.....(,.......... 5O '00rl' A certificate directed: to the Board of eupt, reglBtratlon 84 78 shooting will be dlscontinned. It is certainly soldier fights. Since be connot
veyed together with all improvements .r T Zlejlur A Co. ..... ....... change
.ter. I U OO
tafl 'nt.llt.hlnB Po..,,,.,......:............ 50 1.0 Florida Institute pauper '
Manager for the Deaf
4 thereon subject to of Sec. Charity Fullor.nurstng\ It Tucker......... 45 60H a dangerous practice for people to his clothes to match different backgrounds
'O.p Zalf.'I'.1..I.| : ; ."... ,)..,..,.... 80 00f provisions
& G f Htruhm COm:....,_.|.... ..,..!.,........ '35 OOJOSIM Ions 468 to 473 Inclusive of Revised and the Blind at St Augustine Florida' Brooker & Co. acct two pauper..... 10 OO allow their children to u''e firearms of a color is necessary which JJ '.
ltIfl l\I Lanobere." ,""".' ."'....."..." !2 It'I' o.Q Statutes of Florida was granted.The that Bennie" -Barber is a resident w A E Hey e., salary and sundries.... 84. 0(> any description | harmonizes with that pf the londscopo. :; '

) er ........:....!.......,!....... ........ an:oo this county and entitled ,to 'ree'admls F E C Hotel Co, lights In court house 8 OO -.-. -;-- The prevalence of grass and foliage '
41T))'.(forth *. Currle. ..i,Iwrt..i ...:.. ,..., 85 OOprry application of Jas Johnson 'Hun. don to the Institute sinner! by each and F B C Ice Co. 2 Ice book, 1. 8O suggested a considerable dash of green,
....................I-.......:.... 85(' OOF terror permit to plaint) oysters' oil biBrlparlan'rlghtlln II A W B Drew Co. writing fluid.... .. 1. 8OB 'A SEASHORE IDYL. and gravel roads and the earth colors

,....,.,........ .,..........-.. ........ ao 00Com.tock. front of property beonglng every metnoer of the Board. I C Uearborn transcript In. J (> n II--- of tbe dry season call for an admix.
I _> .::.................?..-. .,. 15 00t1 Bids for furnishing and setting up Hanri caee..............;............. ...... 101 OOB When. a* nIght yer gently sleepln', ture of brown. Then the sky; tints
him Blei-pln' In trundle bed.
P5.4iatthuta...........................4........ 15 00 to described all beginning cells in new county jail "according to C Dearborn salary and Bundrloe.- 64Rornel An "or hear yer a bu..ln', creepln' .could not be dl regorded.It -.'
McOlnley........... ....... .... .......... 1O Go.L. at a point 15 19.193: chaiasouth of northwest Waldron, charity, Aug. A Sept 1O 00 Creepln' round yer drowsy head Is notable that modern man In hIs '
JH .'W' BUr>Uardt.......;....,..............?,... 10 OOH corner of lot I. sectioi JO, "town- plans and specifications prepared by the B W Push, M D, attending prisoners 4 00 Such a gentle kind o' bu..ln'.
E Uru1r.vt.b .. ....,.......................,... 1O 00 hip south of thence Paul? Jail Building Company",, were J E Olran charity..... ...........,.......... 8 OOMra'C Deems like" some one's layln', "Cousin. preparation for actual combat merelygoea
/_, MIIIer&Vf............,.,..;,...-....,.....;-.-..... 1000 44 range 43 eastl; opened and found aa follows: 8I.orhlauchsrtty'.k. ................. 8 OOCltyof Cbus-tn, cous-cln., cou.-.-.ln. cous-a-s- back to nature which clothes
nnnlng south too chains to alitake Miami maintenance of bridge, lnl"When the birds of tbe woods so often In the
'Bond fc Bond Lumber Co./.._........... .10 00 5 31 ; .
Diebold Safe and Lock Company 1 .... ......................... BO 00 ytr ain't got no elch kin. of their
: II L Hllller...,,......?..,,?.................. 10 09T th'!nceeast tt chains to the waters of by Aug.and Bept Head In under cheat sri' ,4jues surroundings even giving -
( N Newcomb.......,.,.,.,?...,?,............. 10 OODlinick Lake Worth; ,thence west parallel with John S Fran, Agent, $6,646 c II! Pauly FCA1cIier, com." (5days&mll'ge3' / trips.. 48 00John : It.. a a low down femayle quick an ekeetorThat's to some birds a white plumage

'' A. RI.e..I.....,.,,... ................. 10 00 be. north line of said lot to point of beginning Jail Building Company by Will L. Lan SewelI ," tv .. 1O 0t a-lyln' for the season of snow and a. coat of
Tbs Tropical 8uu.,...'... _...,...,.-......., J.O 00 drum &. :ion: Agents $6,987 S! A neither 10 80.G An' a-tryln' dark blown: In the midsummer.. Egg-
"-)J .-McDonald...; .............,..... ...... .. 1O OOO containing ten acreS more or 50. W Lalnhart. 116 80ltEMeDonaId.4" To break in.An' shells frequently reveal a like marvelous -
.i 8tower...:...;i.l./.i.: ;; : : .,. 1O OOWin lea, being south of subdivision 'lot 2 of The bid of the; Diebold Safe and Lock: 10. 8O coloring. i -

U Uetm..... ....-.. -.t>..- ......:.._...... 1O OO said lot J of section ro, township 44 east Company being the lowest bid and the Tbe following bids were approved and there the ain't bedclothes no good ;o'she elldln''Neath won't leav., Tbs place' which blue has occupiedwith

It II-I'0t.I/( ,"' ..... ..... 1(700O !south of range 43 east was gt anted. I Board considering all tbtngs! else equal. ordered paid out of the road fund: For she know. yer only hldln' all our changing styles of miLItary '
li ;Branolno....._. .,....../..._.."*"..... 1 OO I An' yet got tar rise tar breathe. since Revolution \
the awarded garments as
I W MetcaJf ....,...??........'T.f.,.......;.... 1O OO :' The Board adjourned to meet at one contract was that'company Q li: Chandler. pay roll road. work ...880 U3 80 shall hover round thur buuln'
well In tbe uniforms of civil life
A'B Botuford.A. O'.4..<.,_..t,.*-"i.V..<* ..MX 10 OO o'clock p m, Wednesday, OCI 8, 1901. and contracts were drawn and signed. L 0 Bowyer frelRht ou rock............... 76 50 Bout that everlaatln "Cousin. as
: L Marvin..i.-; ; ......-. 1000 The Board recessed to 1:30: p m RE Mc'innuld' work Hallendale rood 88 OlG Cous-ln, cous-Bin cous-s-aln, cou.-.... and those of other armies of the woijd
O 8 Anderon....- .....o. -... ......... .. 6 OO Wednesday morning, Oct 8, 1901. : H Kirk man, work Cutler road. ..<.. DO 8Blacayne < sin!I" > 'emphasizes the fact that although It
/ R U Portor":.,...:.:...:.,.."..K:: .'.,.............!... 5 oo The Board met as per adjournment Board met at 1:30: p m pursuant to Lumber Supply Co,lumber 15(' 76 Head's She must from love under that-biff chap! She's a lot.trot has become a dangerous target at modern "

A lVHaiish ..._...-........,..;....:......,...... S OO members all present. adjournment, with all member present. J W W..t on. hardware.................... 1 OO An' I told yer that she'd swat. yer. For range It possesses as a clothing
E fHalnm....,................,...:..;............. (5' OO ,Tbe of P S have The bond of M R Kellum, with J M R E McDonald *: Co. acct F H Roger. General Jackson! color many substantial merits. '
,, .T I>Brown .......;,....;.........,'.... ......... i 5 00 application Dewey to Jackson Jr. and E Lumuius sureties, ...lumber.....':'............................. 143 66 Say, I'm ax,In' Youth's Companion.
Q B Baker........... ...........**/.....>.*...*..* (5' 00 road commencing at northwest corner of J K O'Nenl salary and sundries........ 611 Ol Pld sho, swatT
W G Tattoo<< ..... ...,.....,?..,..........,.,.... 5 00 section 9. township 46, range 43 east and as Notary Public for the State of .Florida J G Oramhllng, clearing road........... :3 00 .' A Primitive People. '
B H Maxfl..ld! .....:.,,-............... .......,. B ooH running east along
um. was approved. John Sewi-ll* Bro 34 convict nulls... 86 00 It Crouonln'yer itt as thar hot as beneath.tinder.that .hee The Cocoa or Keeling Islands which
y. P B..8nlnJr..11..."" .. ................. 6 OO beach declared road The Jollowlng bids for work on the R E McDonald A Co, sup. rock lnrm.,157 8O'i An' she journeys out the winder belong to tbe British the WI'It'
a neighborhood empire are
) R H Aiacy..,"',.....,.....*;.....,................. 5 00 county road were ordered advertised: <> feed account ..... 45 6(0 Don't you think you've tooled that -
Everslada: Produce Co...,....,... ..;....... (5' OO was granted. K T Budge hardware....................... 14: 13 kt, private property'of Q. Clunls ROMS, !
.,, FntMir. Bros........*..,.... ........-.",......... (''I.G() Also tbe"petiliou of F S Dewey that Sealed proposals will\ be received by Frank Stranahan malntennnfe New For she'll bustle back a-buszln', who lives on them and governs their

."!. Bowyer.........,............;!..:........... II 00. be road commencing' the north E C Dearborn, Clerk up to r.P. B Dew,...................:.:t. ...._....... 10 00. : noon of November 3rd l '>2. for hauling C C O'Nonl work on rook quarry......._ II SOC zinI''rheylt They are a ring of coral atolls lying II
.1 .- Enocb Hoot..................\................. Ii 00 boundary line Of Sec lo Tp 46 S of R II Fl'email" .' C 3T 10. I She locate has 'bout yer In all the 4a.kBlrtl -'er, 000 miles off Java Head. How simple ),
rock ight of pac Railway yer owe
:- .- -- 43 E at N.W corner !of: N-R 4 of N-E )X fronif wag O L (Chnodl, sat, Sept..... .............. 75 OOB An yer wonder why oh Noah the people are may _be seen from the
;, Tot.I.........-*...........'...'05' ) 00 of said. section township an,1 l range, and and spreading same on county Cuthrnn ..... ............ 43..OO Let the first two fact that they do not possess a araon.

..... -, .-i4DDITN4L unntag south quarter" section line road between the corporate limits of The following bids were approved and And In the the arkj worst! two 4 Neither have .they' a schoolmaster 1.

4OpA. ANDPERSONAL to south boundary line| of said section 20 town 01 West Palnivljeacti and the town ordered paid out of the bond fund: -Flortda-45mes-Union and Cltlsen. toe, horses cows, postofflce nor bank. ,
of Stakes will be set by the But apparently the inhabitants do well 4
: be declared a neighborhood road was Boynton. Lalnhart potter. lumber............. f 05 13 V .. '
.: '.' ITEMS granted. county, and rock: measured after spreadon IllHCnyno Lumber A. Sup. Columber 40 (5' ; 1: : the road to be let In two sections. }.r 8 Fredurlok. Bounding MlaRil. river 85 OU necessary concomitants of civilization 1
t' Mr,. B: HT Doster )has, arrived from a The petition of citizens and property Sufficient: bond will\ be required of the F US 111 ('n.*.ngln.. ndcrew9day. BBS: Oi( I P4- as they are Intelligent enoughto

month's trip through the North. holders in District'No 13. signed by contractors and a certified check of ioo John. R O'Neal feeding; priHoners..... II-M: 00 I ,-. play golf and have a lluks... The
.r. "' John Slanen and others, asking that a | Luminn A S w..ll. dynamite............ 387\ 00Joh.i Iv, 7... 1C place has no money. Instead of filthy ,. !
: .tl The Sun goes to press it Is learned to accompany each: bid ..al roll ,... lIST 8V
n t
road be granted and sufficient appropriation ,> pay Sopt. ?? ? j--- w1i: metallic Jiicre In the shape of coins one .'.
t -. that Dr. Paine will pot reach home till to put same in travelling The Board reserves the rigt.t to reject J J ulnon, """ .. ( 55 73 p-' ; : k'L fitI uses curious looking little chits cards f'

<: .f. next week. Consequently there will be any and all bid. n Col bran, 18* a* cr good for" B, 2 or 1 rupee. half rupeo
t lon: Commencing tea chain' Ft tk| lib..n.a..veylng..' .................... 5O 05 all -
and ordered th of
,no services the Congregational church coadl'l Done by Bunrd I fli or 10 cents. These are signed by \
: northeast corner of Sec 33 in Tp O 8 K llyCo, bILL on staam roller, 105() Oil '
r t. : -_....,..- Sunday.Anadddltlon. County Commissioners In regular! ties the proprietor of the Islands and ore I.
Range: 40 Hast; thence run west The bills approved and
following: weie I
the leu\ this 9th day ofdclober, A D, 19-a apparently regarded as legal tender. ,
la to J
!f "; being ,bui\t ion lines,to the northwest corner of ordered paid out of the fine- and forfeiture I
establishment of .Mrs. 11.f" George: W Laiubart, j
dressmaking section '
r i. aid :16 which corner Is on tbe fund: MoneJ' Popcorn. .
B. Sauoders on Datura .treet, that will township llne'between townships 55' and Chairman. II B Baunii-ra, crlm. prosecution f 28 98 The r>teflllni{ of popcorn doesn't look j

,I **.. provide much needed space for a largely 56; thence west on said town l111p line to Sealed bids will\ be received by E C Will Whldden. wltn..... State va Nancy like an especially dignified or promising '

"',t '. Increased: business. northeast corner of Sec 4 in Tp 56 S of Dearborn, Cleak. up to la o'clock noon White ........................* ............. commercial enterprise but that (

'" Dr :a.. II."'!dacey baa removed his Range 39 East was laid over for future "November 3rd 1902, for delivering A R Hevaor, criminal prosecution. ..... 2O (69' there Is big money In popcorn It you
T M Baker, ......._ 5 OO c-.n! only sell enough of it Is proved by :
\ spreading and breaking rock reedy for : ;
the Dade ..
dental from
parlors County consideration Belcher
W 1. ForreyT ..... ... 811< LLA.L of the funvly '
Lbe experience Humphrey
State Bank building and Is now located, being requested by the Bo.rd' go over steam crusher on county road from Tyson's Elmer' '" ......... 1 8fJ< ""'
of Clevelrfud. In 1801 the IIumpbreys
: with Dr. S. t?. Woods, in rooms 35 36 the proposed road and estimate cost of store: to Cutler. Road to be eight O C Hfcluht. ..' .. -..........12 1111( !) four of them were worth,, $25-- '. t
........ (''II() I
.J inches In rock,in center and sloping to tt N BmltU, ,
and in tbe Jefferson block formerly making possible.
,; 37 same 000 less than nothing. They managed '
,\ six inches stiles aud .X C JOUM. ." .........6:1: ao I Jt2FY Jii\k"#
twelve feet wide
f, \ the offices of Sheen & Hlghtower: real Bids were ordered advertised for for on II 8 PlHUHxan. -*; ......... 30! 05B to secure the small capital necessary; ; .
i :"-' -. estate agents and surveyors. Building sections of the county road at Bid to be so much per mile ( O Dearborn ",' .., ..... /0/( TO.In. -- 4t4I to start them In the popcorn business l '

Captain Caoova leaves on Monday for follows Sufficient bond will be required from T Sanders.. .. ........ 10.0.< 00< 7' on a band basket basi lii. At first they I
,' I : contractor and a deposit of a certified John Frohock. ........ all 15(' didn't sell much popcorn, but they;
Port Pierce. with bis, ffjuous racer BIDS FOR BUILDING ROAD .. feed lor ''. county Jall.lUt ao
of check of |iC3: by each bidder. P' managed to keep alive and stuck to '"j' )
in Geo R.Wahlace'
Back tow .
r' /"Canvas Miamt.FIa., Oct'7, 1903. The Board reserves the'rigbt to reject There, being no further business the popcorn. Today they are worth something I

i launch: Next $atDrda.Noyember Sealed bids'will be received by E. C. any and all\ bids. Bjard' adjourned Jo( meet Monday, Octo: like a million dollars all made> '
," :) 1st, he will race Frank Houston's of Detroit Free Tress. '
Dearborn Clerk until o'clock for th of revising out DODCorn.-
/ 13 noon DCHJC and ordered by the Board of 13'h..190a.. purpose sir I have the .
"Yes ,
': fish boat at Fort Pierce, for a prize young man ,
of Monday, November 3rd, :: for In : the registration list and accepting
J of$100. Of West Palm Beach 1502 County Commissioners regular meetIng gout so bad that I can't; move that foot A Ho.laoat.1 Tree.At '
1- course people
building road. follows: Beginning at this 9th day of October A D. 1901. the new jail.Approved. at all." .
: wish: success: : to the! Canvas Back. Shilifried, near Matxen a holiday
the present terminus ol the rock road George VV Lalnhart, : "Not able to run then!" resort much patronized: by the Viennese .
...' I The tqw'u mule i Isdead.. Poor thing It. | on the north side of prairie near residence Chairman- OEO. W. LAINIIABT 'Runt I should say not I" there Is a tree which as stated

.... ..- |D ppnld |jot Itand tbe excitement: : of the of S-J: Peters, thence running The Cl rk'a report.f>l tax sale certifi' I E.; C. DaiRBOBtr, Chairman.- "Can't kick. I don't suppose?" by the Vienna Tagblntt baa the mosr

i(} 1I09JIIIICt01f elections being fearlnl. north of township line to a point knownas caters or redeemed daring the Clerk, "Ifo no; can't run or kick or hardly singular characteristic of growinghor.
ffi-- (o the result.. and knowing that there U "Truman's Corner," at the intersection .. .. move." izontally over the ledge of a deep hol

($0 be a chaone to .the city.clerkship, of sections I, Tp S3 S. Range 41 month .ending! September Jt5th, 1903 A Light Registration. "Ah, Indeedl! Well Mr. Gruffly 1 low. Tbe tree Is about ten years old
\' f and that ita' kind-hearted : into was file4. came over here to ask you for the am) two ;years since as tbe result of a
paymaster, and 6
East Sec Tp 53 S, Range 4* East The registration- books for the town
The following named Justices of the hand of your daughter In marrlall'e.and landslip. It fell Into Its present position
hand over the reins of government, and Sec 36, Tp 51 3. Range" 41 East and Peace filed report. ,of fines, forfeitures election were closed by :Registration Of. I know etc."-Chicago Tribune. with Us branches upward and
it decided\ the The
to give up ol;hoet. Sec: 31.,Tp 51 S of Range-43: :Rut.l ) and costs lot (he month: ending September fiber Geo. S Adams, City Clerk on downward, and so has grown ever ,
has broken
f': jury a verdict Also l for building road diagonally oth, goat W L- Forrey, S D Mitchell : Thursday evening. Flaw and Po... since flowering and leafing just as If

4W bean across Sec: 3f,, Tp S*,..S of Range 42 E H B Saundera, R M Smith and A For two weeks of more the books have "Sam Johnslng 'lows he's got; dish the position were no tuloL

.: Prof. &. Wolfe gave an interesting eu- jrbm -Trumna'a Corue to tbe Inter. B Hevner, County Judge. been open and those entitled to register ynh pingpong aakVe" observed Mr.

tertalameut! in the Co-operative Hall section of Sees ; and have been the Darklelfb. Cold W.t.r Without I....
Jl, 3>, (9 30 Tp 52 The County Judge filed reporV'of licenses invited through public snorted Mr. Snowball. 'Lalk '
Friday night. It was III the nature of an S of ll.nge'142 E; thence. diagonally and otherwise, to do so. The con. I It frequently happens that Ice can
during the month ending press
: "how ne
I : ter know dat nlggah got It. not be obtained for nse In the sick:
: exhibition of fancy dances by.Ills pupils' through; section 29 to Arch Creek: Station September 3<>ih, 1903 amounting to, for elusion of the rea.tratloQ'sbows/ only nevab play no plnRpong." room. In such an event It Is only; necessary -

In the junior:, middle and senior grades. the I State: ,. $38 75 aud, for the county 416 voters on the list cogwared will "Well he say be cotch It turn bounc- to procure a pitcher of cold, '

t.l. :' Mr. B.. Weaver, a. painter, on the EastSide .Alfor building road from terminusof |I9 40 /* 590 lust year.. This is largely accoupted in" back an' rtb ovab Mlstab Jones' water and place about It a towel

//1i r: ,, who is ,a talented sketch artist, rock ',road:near T A Wlnfield's to a John Froh. ck, Sheriff, filed duplicate for by the spirit indifference shown on fence las Monday; night wid dem two soaked In .solution composed of two ',

*'; drew several blackboard picture that point east near residence of_Cobb; receipts-ihoWiug amount collected and all sjdes i In the coming municipal dec. bulldogs plngln'/ an' pongln' on each ounces of ammonium nitrate and one
thoroughly" delighted the crowd that side er de fence jest 'ka.o he try ter of water. In a very short time-
lion and doubt have delayed
( thence northeast to r H Paien'i, thence paid to County Treasurer! during the po many ." '
see ef de chicken coop wus locked.Judge. cold water ,
halt hour- ,
about an very
the hall to ovetBowing
: packed
; Paden's to Gordon's mouth of registering too late.. -
past Major Stortevaat September, 1494 36. .. '
1 y? The south bound' train on the F. E. C. place aud C.G Iblea to present The County Treasurer'! quarterly report -.S _ _ will nse. be Oil- band ready; *for Immediate -

'. J.'; will not reach' town this (Friday) bridge: across little Ar Jh Creek; thence was filed showing amount in the l's.ed.. T.. 0_... _

evening. A, washout, has, occured above northwest to Arch Creel! depot. I Treasury.. September jotb. 1902, |4.345' 77.I pot to, bean and tomato Also bay. "Miss :Jlamle began the basso pro- r.n. and Fon-II

Fort Pierce asd'it will take probablytill Specifications for said roads may-be I The following bills were approved and grain and produce. The Everglade Produce fundo between tbe anthems" "are you The census bureau bas Issued a report

,; Saturday noon t6 put the tracksn seen at tbe Clerk's office la Miami. 'ordered paid out of the general food: Company. fond of tbe national game? on the manufacture of pens and '

t?! shape for trains to pass over. A special Bidder will be required to give. sufficient I W O M Benuott work ou hitches .at p- -....- "Well Mr. Deepvmv"" replied the' pencils In the United) States for 1000. -

'" was made*,up hew tor tbe.'purpoM' of bond for completion of work also : rock quarry..........,.....?......,..???.., 7 Bo Know What You Are. blushing young thing 1 think" I-er- It shows that a total of 3.671T41 was ,
You Taking
: II 0 Popped work 6t n Kftobiw at rook ) might like to take a bass. Invested In this manufacture ,Jn the

,,; conveying over a hundred workmen'' to (o deposit certified check for the sum of I quarry....................,..._.....<......... 14 00 I When you take Grove's Tasteless. And 'be not being a natural born. fifty-five; e-tabllshmants reporting: for
V. tbe soene of the trouble. At Miami.a (Iwo, hundred and fifty dollars.Tbe .. I it X: Orubw. finr<)w.r.......,................ 88 SLalnhart Chill Tonic because the formula Is chump there was another tee for the the United States. The value o* the!

special: will. leave --schedule time tort Board reserves the right. to reject: I A PotterIumber.0' ...,.,1120. TT 'plainly printed on every bottle showing. preacher.-Baltimore New. products, Is reported at H.222,149:

I : 1J morrow morning: .Jq.\e., .the: place of any and all bid.. OO N O Halaht Jon l **, luquwt" John.* t/uileln... .... 4 441)4O that it I Is simply Iron and quinine) a Send In your subscription early fof I wages, i.I02.405; materIal' ""f* mm,

, i." tral108..t Done and ordered by the Board oft J 0 Harris, -" .. 1 90 I tasteless form. No cure. No pay. 50 ct.. the semi-we<:kly Tropical Son. supplies freight and tue''I.T"1.':.. fl
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.. AI ever: was In Kfances' mind did not.tnd you I wish to say that nlaka ,of th; trtT,lf or Its iill the tleglnnln < ;':,

IAAAAIWA# UAAAAL l AAAI expression through/ her lips for her father -. sent to have tbe priest of that village tbat car, and to save her good name branches '-iBJ, probfibly uev.. .r HI "I( haveu't thanked .yoli :yet: ,Jack? "

and Ne.lexbr.rploked.and chatted make ;you my wife you shall not be-permitted she must become m.v will Proceed! I again PT! abe said, wltb a return of color. .

THE MYSTERY and played'; cards with two officer gOo' 1 to leave this car. t much prefer "No I For I pity's; sake du not!" cried Steel H4 Hi, on steeL "NT r mind' thanking mo. I did

log garrisons on that border. as would any; man, a willIng bride; Frances.: "My fath..r11111 pay you I ThA hlC< .i rom tile wound In Den merely what any other American

1 tFtaiMtts said nothing: more about the hut, denied this I will compel you toVj'iey. well! Do not compel the to marry him! ton's: artnu U flung! over the! face and ,would" have done, and, seeing you I-(5, (

GRASLOY which they't It will be the worse for you I 7'' 'Keslerov while that. from nmnlA.' I
: OF prince, for In the place to ; I bate him!" I clothing danger/ It would not batf heeu .

1 1i he was and to Involve .\Tered love-an affectionate embrace the bi-ulncVMi tho governor's face grew I accept ;your
were going supreme "I command: ;you to,, marry "liP' shouted indeed, to. stand alt\

i! ly! Ashley Towne her father with him In a quarrel >ou refused Now I command) Think N.filerov.r j thick I and
: would have been to Invite a disaster ale matter" settled only when we are '"A tall moo of about mlddhr'a,.; stepped us- LJ'( How did'' you; happen 'to' be here-w>tb

(V' similar to that which bad overtaken married. from t the crowd. "' I I. With a a"jsp as of Iron Dented slat! ''Neslerov'" ,

".1, kc,: :or>vnu"-. I9O1 I htlCharts the Paulpoffs. "Never! You have my revolver and "It l Is wrong" he said "Who yon' ed the hail iof Neslerov that bold theI "W were' In Moscow! ," the aald. ,

:' '. V. RthnitWton Day after day Trances' leaned her t suppose one of ;your own. Shoot me are I know uot, but It In. not the way to I dagger jrlthi, a wrench the governor '"There -waa, a meeting; about the newtallway. d ,r

: head against tbe glass window and If you will 1 will not marry ;you!I" win wife. Uelease' the woman. got It V.yay and cut to the bout [ *
7' ..vvnrvlmnmmmm"T a young i I i ,
? r( do ,
I shoot What t
will be )
"It not
you 4
'o watched the flitting scenes. At Let us hear what she has toisny. halt; the length! of DaatonV finger, "Yes. I know, That vjaa.t what took, +

/. lat be''';&1 Arrested, it the clrcuDl-. they reached the Irtish and crossed the ;you think, your father will" do when be "What she baa to say! Curse your! But the A-merlean aCtll'cel-te1t the Neslurov there.).'* .. "X

14 'I' staniea were-sueplcloae, I grant, was border Into that province which was almost finds you are doubt left behind he will?obtain howled Neslcrov. He did relcue-ber" [wound,.'' lie :was not"., fighting;oow; : for "He. bad tn, Interview with, f ip P It;

4 q:,: !: prop-r enough," said Mr. Gordon. "Butwas as much Nealerov'a own as though "Without after special for a moment and sprang forward.' Hi* life, nor for vengeance. He Was'fight*' wbll In.Moscow' -he"-, <
here .
and come me.
,.. I there a fair trial* Passion me If be were a king. train !I" fist shot out against the ma...'. face. lug for that girl who lay. In '"the ,hut "Why do you hesitate tf'lal- not a

.: '" "'.: I speak plainly. Your Institutions from oft There were but few passengers tv Then He smiled Prince'like Neilerov a wolf beware and showed bl.tel.tb. Without an effort. In his own behalf befelL 11161 huew that It Nestwrov, killed, him sew experience: to'' huve. '. beau ''want
;., Justice here are quite different that time, for the road bad not been 18 Itf Yon-'gaye Wm Ts./; "

+ aura at home. I have known where finished and the train must stop at the "t niu NeHlrrov-governor' of Tomsk! p.l rrr.70u. -. --- -,r ,
what I wanted to jsunl an.werll"; !

\ .'. men were hustled of trial.off to" Siberia with Obi. Frances half dreaming of lay tundra; back, It"That when 'your la' father comes here you you say.are shouted the'prlnco, now perfectly: fren- 'Ob' Jaol; ', p, .?,.,. -. vet ..... -, Y
semblance a the great expanse "
; looking "I command old dotard to
A sled you n .
shoot him dead. ewer vem' \ I do; not
not wife I will P ;
said the the old my
t! "But they were guilty governor tbe new villages springing up, the words that will make this girl
I, say u-' will
dice I
deserted and the "You dare not she gasped. a aud papknow.!\ *,
with a smile huts that were now wife.'' .. 3 _
f\\ dare anything. No report of mine my; ? paver uj rr.; ./-mall' I do pat lovft"idy. ;
.' "Yi,'s; I believe In all the Instances waste of railway supplies along I I "Please do nut!" cried Frances "He m '
would be discredited at Bt Petersburg, : C "Idv o knows that-who know*
( that tame under iny observation they track: use stolen in* from my father! Be la '" ''
} "
I I could prove-that your father was a o you, d Dontou soberly;
father to <- "..
wel'e" bad asked her g
The prince a cruel tuouHtert t cannot marry him Tkboiit
was the In this case The smoke. This left ;conspirator against the government C "F ld,blin about you-and
1 "It same Into another car and I "He. Is bin! excellency the governor"muttered "
sol / .
shot while fighting my Vladand the prloolt'frOtlIP''v.
\ had been using their Isolated ber' and was
Paul 'Offs closed
ber alone and she eyes > the old man! "Wa must fIf .0'
for base ends. A circle of the diets jt Vladimir! Who. ber"llmlr
-: poalt'on dozed.: i obey'."

: ;} l rotl! erhood of nihilists congregated! Sbe woke op with a start A band "There Is a government. of the United Neelurov seized. ; her by th,,' wrist\ and : Panlpoff' an .Ironworker-

there. Letters were found upon them: 'was oo her shoulder. Sbe saw 'Nesle States of America! swung her toward the priest The villager .t FL hut"- ',
but at a dIstance do not mind we will get to. that -LRrward.
'I' Vladimir "True L-ver .
all signed by
'i' letters of triumph
Thes? were over ber., A smile crowded round awestruck at the '"
rov bending '
fear It But consider what i have said.I You, started .for the Obi;;,. ( '.
: Vaulpoff. his face. Frightened, had beard. The-weU
was on : great name they
admit anything. The'car will return with food. '.I/ era Gordon la to take' a house ;rln ;Ifaehlov"
"Did he she gfoyiced out of tbe window. knew the governor. Many of them had
"'1'1 do. It In only when a forward tbe He left the car securing tbe doors r. ,
4- ey never teas stilL Sbe looked felt the knout at fcls command.
to prevent her escape. When she saw "No not ;yet I muet'tellyou .N.Jt
the act of assasul'jatlon. -
'Is captured In very "
mAn the train' bad on. be' done muttered
rest of gone "It must 'again '
t be cannot him striding toward the village she i Vladimir-:-poor fellow! I that Uu la'
and he knows "What has happened T she cried, tbe priests: __ .
he admits leaned against the window and studied t the' forge-In biB shopr ne day. wbll01the
the death penalty Is tbe
I > "Where
; escape leaping to her feet "No. no! crIed Frances, trying; to
The the rude people i railway was being put through/
In It "
.F hIs crime and glories Is father?
i train Where my wrench from Neslerov.
3, denied everything, ofcourse. dear" "I I am helpless-absolutely helpless! away; I Perm, Papa and I went there. He la I '
PaulpoSs the ObI.
toward toy from the
"Speeding A slid quietly
\\J d ." at this she moaned. "Oh. If bo bad not taken boy ; away A' marvelous man' Jack You world I
said Neslerov. crowd and 'ran.
revolver I could have shot bias'- thlnk-.aa.much of bow, aa,'l do 1t'.OIl
"I'oor Vladimir! He was a. Innocent this my ''
point the couplings between car 1 "Stand there curse 'your.! said Nesle
I ami" broke In Frances. od- or myself." know blm. He to .'0. handsome and, n
as and the next were broken and the rov, grasping sFrancea by; the hair' -
I I Shop looked about! her for some method strong: |Ie Is""Do -*.
: "Impossible.- l letters were proof .!. The pain of his rude band on her lovely -
cers of 'the train not missing yon or : And now.began a duet. yon mean ;young' Paplpoff.' the,
enough"a whereby she could, If the need blacksmith of Farm"' : '
t ,,
-for I had Just In with a cup
"Am the letters here?" mo hair made Frances cry out'lu terror, '
... '". of coffee for ;yon-left ns and went on. should come take her own life rather and shame. "I'll .kill If and 'was not killed himself, her life* "Ye.,, Jack Do you know him st"
pain you
4' "No; unfortunately, they; were carried than submit to his demands. She ., you
it of the men who ea- We are In tr one
; by
)' away that if there were II priest In ""
,; various, tribes at the remarkable col.'lectlon There was the sound of a quick and power of this monster fat brutality that small bridges.. Well?' ,
aprd. -
I this place be would obey. 7 Ne-
r Then did not see the letters?" of savages over yQpm I am stealthy tread. There waa a swish ID [death would be. preferable.A "He la so- Intelligent", and ""I\' .J
;you slerov and mumble some words per- '' '
'"' "No: ; I regret that I did not" governor. But 1 am governor, and If to her but which the air. There was a gasp, a murmur year ago she, bad told bid she did anxious to learn to Improve I. hui'hw;( lu't1., "
fuctly meaningless ,
"What was said concerning them you will obey me I promise that you from tbe crowd which fell back In not and never could love him. It had him. I used to send him books, ptf
I would give Neslerov power ever her. been a.\ quarrel. She want to get .
In didn't
"Their Import was given by laapect- will reach Tomsk safety. consternation. pure, magazines,, scientific works anything

tr' Jansky and Prince Neslerov, who Frances leaned back weakly 'and She walked, the length of the apartment A heavy Russian riding whip swung married and'be asked her It his rough could get bold, of that -would

found them. Their testimony; so pleased stared. lii! a cu.:od !tunes. through tile tttr Jtr'an pro and, descend exterior,the reault of years of hard workIn help him He studied bard,, poor fcl-i,
Women turned into their huts and
ed the minister of justice that Jansky "My father goner she cried, and as She Neslerov lag, cut the akin across tbe face oC Ne I rude and dangerousj>Ucea, waa disagreeable lowf He grew to-I think he" loved' me

] she looked out at the savage faces that came out again. saw slerov. to her. He said there, were -he.l.." '- \
been to be superintendent -
bas promoted
start back toward the car carrying a +
and looked at tbe car In wonder' fine gentlemen at Parts, New York '4
passed his slide'Wan
of the police at Tomsk. You seem "Curse your' said a hearty; American '"Of course yon returned .
wooden She shuddered again.
f to think there Is some doubt of the she shuddered. tray.; voice. "I'll have your life for this!" London and 8t Petersburg. She bad 'You've'done' It -ll'mes-n: It.,

I guilt of these people," said the governor "Unfortunately, ;your father was In a 'God give" me strength courage, "Jack! Ob. Jack!!, cried' Trances) ,. answered that she knew' It She preferred came quite ea.)." > '' '' .''. M.
calmness! she murmured. "To lose
t I, turning to Mr. Gordon. ,forward car. It was with his consentI and then the last vestige of bet their company; to boors Tb ;y Tears glistened !In her.'eyes.and! ;;; u'' ''
'p to with coffee. Fear nothing consciousness would be to fall, a victim parted then and had not met till now. .
) "For my part I am quite sure they came you strength'deserting her she unconscious turned away berbead She bad quarrelod -

Innocent. My daughter has been however for though! wa are, In a to him. Into Jack Denton's outstretched Denton and Neslerov kept fighting with this, man and bad said Ihowould

ere Interested' In them since the railway wild region, I am governor and will Bfie perved herself to meet him aabis | arms. on the villagers too much' aghast to never marry hlni,: and 'their

I love and no barm footsteps sounded on the platform.The step between or utter word. "*"
'. through Perm. It Is not IIko themto protect you. ;you friendship had been almost cut asoadur. .

j ran plot. They are too simple and- shall come to ;you-If you obey me." door opened, and he entered with CHAPTER VII Neslerov felt his right arm getting '''But he bad saved her from Ne.

I a bowl of gruel\ ; some steaming potatoes weaker. Denton's knife bad slashed her' I
{ A Dint slerov Now be was chiding ;
j p Ignorant"j CHAPTER VI. roast fowl coffee nod/otaa coarse, ESLEIIOY and thwrithing < through the sleeve of hIs coat andround' could witheut '
I "But Vladimir la not. He Is shrewd bread. recoiled, "One not know Vladimir -

'w'I w' AM AMERICAN WRL's"RUCL of his face in palo the bone near tfie elbow. An artery admiring him she said suddenly,
and Intelligent. He baa been a reader N :
like usual ,
r* "It 1i Is not quite our fare, cut'for Wood
of books." glance from tbe win. and fury, together with th must have }seen (the with a treat accession of jplrlf. .. 'VI.falj'

\ Frances that the he said, "but It U better than" being long red cut made by was' 4* Bown frq n Jthu. tad! fl? the aleprfr Ihoul4 '
r'I "Yes; my daughter furnishes them. ANOTHER hungry. the ail to see wb'1 J by pat Fhrpp!S.1j H't}'!
Made be bin
"I am not at all doubtful myself," come to a stop near He set the dishes on a table he Im- whip gave him the expression of a: de desperate? gathered and catechism b7 ,ou.lf) r
strength for a final effort sprang
1 I said the governor, with a grim smile. a new bridge over a branch.of provised out of tbe back of a seat He moo. "You needn't be It yon don't 'wsn,

f'' "Were I, I would begin an open investigation the Irtl h. Involuntarily she sighed had with him. "You Your he gasped. __ bodily; upon bU foe to," he answered coldly -"This It a,
a large traveling bag
i that : t!" said Denton. "Fortunately -Denton, Boeing/ an opportunity andkpowing Neslerov- !Is, lying
at once. But you understand: for the man who bad built bridge and from it he took a bottle of wine. "Yes. deathblow i nice quiet village.
i' the accuser was a prince and the governor Demon,, whose eye was keen and "We will pledge each he said I arrived In time to foil this dastardly that nothing a not far way; somewhat 'cut :Xip now,,,
.." of Tomsk and'the minister of steady whose muscles were of Iron. with attempt of your. to take advantage_ of seemed likely to end the fight met the but Iii Wthl get over that.' I could c(). tp
a laugh."I and his knife Into Neslerov's
plunge drove -
Justice has set the seal of his approval But Denton was miles farther on. do not wish anysald Frances. a defenseless girl. I.. bave been riding on my way and leave you It my quetttons -

on th:* thing. It Is a delicate matter at the Obi. be churlish I Let along the-" railway; from stream to side; ere distasteful. The thing la tbat' -*.
"Come us get
for me to reopen. Rut I promise you "Now," said Neslerov as the girl Drink stream examining tbe bridges. I reach. .With'another curse a spluttering'ofblood there must be an. explanation >>..tbl.all'alr. .
the unpleasant part. a
this: I will guardedly look Into the sank back In her seat, "let us face this ed this place on my horse aft moment and a- grootbogoveroor of and I'd like to know: what It Is.

j thing and If 1 see any,chance for doubt situation, my dear. Let us realize the toast"I will to your not. future I will husband not touch It!. ago. A boy saw me coming and hurried of Tomsk his soak to the unconscious.ground at the toot to be. It la no trifling' matter tocntr, ;.'. I
I for YOIla' sake I will do'' what I canto true significance. We are practically to tell me what. was going on. I tbe governor of a Russian province to f

; .j i help the Paulpoffs." alone you jnd I.. Save for tbe poor "Drink-drink my;' health be com had no Idea I should find a friend, Iff "Take care of him" ;you fellows; no pieces." ,i"' *"" "

1 "Thank you. That Is all we can ask" wretches In that village yonder, were manded. need of help But, thank God I wala need to let him die said Denton, examining ..I Boy be.en Slhtingr stjp!t !!gited t,
k "I will notr."I the wound. "Ills lung is !not t naive
said Mr Gordon. "We may see them the only people on this earth just time." qIJ .

now. Can you reallie the fullness ot "will make you! "You will never leave this place touched. Nothing fatal" Here*! am gladto "No," be replied with a tinge of up- .. I
He held the cup In his right baud. Here !
that statement You are mine-absolutely alive!" saId! Neslerov. soy you casm. "Neslerov- and I indulged./ a '
With his left be grasped her by the The old mumbling toward
; priest came
I and wholly; mine." He plucked a rbvolver from his pock. few pleasantries. Ho doesn't feel'asgay < ,1
hair. He bent back her head. him.
"Oh, you curt You coward! exclaimed : et and aimed at Denton. / over them as I do; that's all."

Frances. Her band went as if "Open your mouth. Swallow the A woman.standing near held out her "You know more about surgery-than; "Oh I see your hand la bandaged+kj?
wine I will choke yoji!1' be cried. the rest 'Get some water, bathe these
by Instinct toward that pocket from hands and caught theJoriu! of Frances never noticed It Ob Jack forgive met*' r. I
With a powerful effort she wrenched wounds take a few stitches In the long .
which she had drawn her revolver on and bore It Into her bouse. Denton, "We "were) following -coarse' of InN' t: .:.1
herself free and'to her feet and the j
and him
i t hr a previous occasion.. Neslerov saw her with flashing eyes, leaped forward and 'cuts: up. qalry," he Hold putting the bandaged'p: ::1
wine went to tbe Door with smash.
a "Yes. little father, 'saId the priest
r face turn whiter still and be laughed Closed wltb Neslcrov. band behind him. "Tbla Vladimir..' '" .e'
Her were glaring with despera trembling. But what of ?" '
eyes :
you 'i
pleasantly.; "It la a battle to the death between sou met-there was an attachment \;; ., : ....
tion. She clinched her fist and rained "I take\ of "
can ,coca myself. "
"Of course I guarded against that," giants!!" cried a man In the crowd. ** far jo good. Now. bow did that lead"4- "J
blow upon'blow upon his face. He strode to the bank of the stream "
r he said. "I knew ;you would with The pistol fell from the grasp of Ne- to this al'ak'r-! ., d
Curses deep and terrible burst from over which he' bad but a few months ,
f your American lmpulsIvenesiC"try to slerov and the whip before wieldedby "I wanted, to see Vladimir and went '
him. He clutched her round the waist before built bridge| bathed his '
shoot me again. Bo. while you slept, I Denton dropped to the ground. a and by; train' fromMoscow to Perm f < :''p
and struggled" with ber. She exertedall wounda. Then he went Into the
L quietly took your little toy pistol from The Iron flugers- of Denton would v but! found a droaky! ; !at tlli 'ff"J'f?''. and wa'"
her strength. She was like a ferocious to see Frances as If nothing had hap
} your pocket I have It here. This, \ close on thethront of Neslerov and It driven to the shops. ShoRfr lloaeej! .
tigress. Her nails scratched his pened.
believe deprives you of the power to seemed aw though the struggle would were deserted.. 1 found )ieslerov therewith : F-
face and tore his hair. Her blows cnt
do ant more mischief. end that moment but Neslerov would a painting under bla arm. He waa.!
his lips on his teeth But be was a CHAPTER VIII.
"Oh. you miserable coward I You wrench himself free and leap at his taking It away. It was a beautiful picture ,
powerful and used his THE INTERVIEW .
\\k man strength IN TUB HUT.r
thief!" said Fjrances.ln a tense voice."I enemy with a curse and growl. a beautiful taco 1 asked the ., '''''li'tl
id 's wish there good American against this captive woman. Wltb a ". RANGES lay on a rude bed where He'.ald ':; I
was a 'It Is you or 11! One of us must die!I" prince Vladimir was

(list here to strike tbat grinning face gasp she succumbed and aankubelpless cried Nesteror. scarcely conscious, and Denton that all the PsulpoTT*-father, mother i : ,

of yours!" and exhausted almost In his arms. A swinging crashing blow from' theAmerican's stood ,a moment looking and VladImir-bad -been- senile SibeoI'lL" .

I with "Curse you!! he spluttered between down solemnly upon tbe 10vel7uptul'ned \
"Undoubtedly. said Neslerov, -
; right hand sent tbe governor "
an exasperating coolness, "that wouldbe till swollen lips. "1 have wasted my to the ground where be lay as If face lie bent over her tpnch- "Sent to SlbertaltThat! big ulmpip! '
kindness on you! I should bave starved ud her brow and} felt her pulse./ All
pleasant for'you; but It would be stunned. hearted fellow. |. For what?" ,
unfortunate' for tbe American you. But I will delay no longer. fOn.o .of bla own (njurlet\ aeemed!! tit I who "Take of him somebody, said "pansplrtng/ pbera' $tfl- kin tf '
care |}
I'll drag you to the priest, and In tea leave him as bo saw her need pi t :!. \. _
She looked out at the savage facet andthatddered. owned the ant One blow-peste! He .Denton In Russian. "I don't wantto Immfl"dlate 'C...: .We were alone; the d": >sky drlfker '
minutes will be tbe Princess Neslerov
you care.
would be torn apart by my agreeable kill him. went out and Neslefov tried totise l t
-and slave for hf..I'll break .... Frances felt his
my; touch and looked \
at Tomsk. 1 may Bay to them that savages yonder. He turned without a look at tbe fallen up me. I ought him; I shot him." Cq
Is to know the She could not resist. the your heart you devil! ut blur wltb about the same expression "* t
yd. c your excellency; working man and started toward the but Into "You shot Neslerov -'
: lie cloned' his arms tightly; about be, she might haTe -worn bad he been astern '
,, :, tl'utb2" follow his finger as It pointed ( which Frances had been carried. "Yes. I shot him. I would! again. 1 "
and dragged ber from the car. The and high priced specialist calledIn
through the window on his side of the "
"You may. "Look out! Cried a woman. then returned to Moscow but did not

The interview ended, and Mr.\ Gordon car. A short distance on the banks of villagers stared In astonishment as ,At the cry; which was echoed In the to make aa examination."You tell my father anything about the matter '
they saw him coming toward them merely! knocked out by the ?
their the stream, she saw a wretched miserable are" i -I
,' : and Frances continued journey. crowd. Denton turned suddenly. The save that Vladimir pas sent to ,
with his burden. shock he said with assumed IndiQeaeuco.
t"wry Tbi first person they saw when they village of rude huts. Men and women this dastardly Neslerov bad feigned. JJe Siberia. We soon alter started for the -
"What means strange happen "You will be all rightas
";' entered the train was Neslerov. The dressed In' leather undressed bad risen to. his feet and was creeping probably pb| and stopped at Perm. W. 'aW'thit
; "
little father asked -
iy\ ing a woman of soon as we get to Tomsk.
skins heavy cloths from Moscow
bullet'was merchants -
Frances' ;
nmrk made by bin with drdwn. governor and he promised that If-ha
an older man of the village. "Is tbe upon enemy: a dagger "Yes. If I could there," she whispered.
still there but be had not, to all appearances stood In groups, all with their man killing her?" "Ob you are an assassin, eh?" saId "My father will be anxious." discovered that Vladimir. .Innocent'

been seriously; Injured. lie faces toward the car. be would him "
Denton aa be drew his revolver. "Let belp _
.a looked curiously at the two travelers "Were I to say the word," said Ne l.- "Let be!In growled house the maw "Use me see If We can't settle you once for eeWe must relieve bls.anxlety soonas "He might aa well bave said that If
your eyes ;your but meddlenot possible You must not WOl'rr.H"What
"these would limb ;
as If wondering when the outbreak of.JO' rov. people tear you be discovered the
I moon wit cheese be'dgive
(, flL"
wltb others. The man's Is will dot
gold And NealerovT
from limb and would the
'::' wrath from Gordon would come. But perform same While It might be that not one of the It to yon for lunch.- Things like
for good. He will not hurt her. She Is, ; "Never mind Neslerov now. Keep
service fool who attempted
him and
I walked to any
that gentleman up Villagers sympathized with Neslerov. that are rarely corrected' In Russia."
probably his Wife. cooL You've got to be braced'up little. .
to Interfere between
I ::. hehl out bin band.. "1\1 ou.terr.! she us. Russian wives are accustomed to cruelty ;yet bin act was pot a prime to them. Invlsb" I had some.wine." "When we left Perm Nealerov was
"How do ;you do your excellency WltV their sordid understanding ( on thtrain. Of !
from their husbands. A o "There course, aa papa 414-
; beatingIs the
Tomsk together "Of course 1 am a monster to you"he was some In car she answered.
said "We going
: he : are Hot know
said "All Russians monstersto but part of their demonstrations of women having no rights, no freedom, "Neslerov had It He tried to anything; about the shooting -
:, : It seems.. are no liberties save what their. lords and In the house of the Paulpoffs he greeted .,
l authority as head of tbe house The make drink but I would
me :, not"Denton .
r Neslprov/ wo almost stunned but betook those who do not like u""". We may Neslerov
masters gave them, the men of tbla a. 'a .friend. Everythingwent ;
women looked on with apathy while
have little One of our. peculiarities.
Was It
hAnd. possible
i"" the
looked the of well till
upon eagerness we crossed the barder ,
the sullied.
Francfs bad not told her father of the them Is that what we cannot get by men main track, and brought from It the rem' .
"lie has married a Tartar," they said Nealers-to be married to 'beautiful of'tbe and come Into Neslerov'a own prom
!' cottae1It fair means we get some other way. I ,jpg. bottle of wine Neslerov
scene .a PnuIpolTa themselves a g\fl\ aa naturaL ln.ce. At this place-X bad been
sleepIng -
spoke to father and I spoke to among bad opened, This he took with him"to
and Frances bad her own your
wis so she bad you. I offered tbe honest love ef a "Help! Save me from this maul"gasped One of them realizing that the govaction' the but and offered some to Frances."I -I woke op. 'The car bad become t
She loved the liberty
reason But Russian prince. I was -upurned. But Frances as Nesleiov half dragged safety; was necessary; to their flout want It I refused It before"she detached from the traIn.., I was alone v. r
been to enjoy.
for yer rs permitted own Denton and drovea wltb Ne 1erar. He took !
shall half carried her Into the near pit sprang upon said. my revolve
now the Is mine and I win. .
she krew that If dangers and narrow game group. knife through the fleshy; part of bla from me and dragged me be re and or- ""
... came to her father's ears her Yon shall brcouje my; wife before your "Ob, don't ;you want It7' ha asked

liberty escape would soon come to an end. father has time to return from the "Where Is your prleBt2",Neelerov demanded. arm.The Ironically, 'J suppose |In your keep and dared the"priest to .marry. va. Thin/
I pistol felt to the earth near tbat you came,
"Get him at once. Not onlybe ,
subtle mind there
Obi. hi distinction
It was a long journey, and a weary but all In the ''place will reeerve of Neslcrov and two villagers picked no between "Yea, I thin? I came Just la tIme;"
oaf as well. Day after day they passed "Neverl I would,prefer to be torn a glass of wine offered by Neale- "
q pay. Call the priest at once'" them up and bId tbetn. said Denton. '
the same scenes, crossed elvkd apart by ;your villagers! rev when you were his prisoner and by
Like a flash Neslerov Then a atero look
"Save me! I am an American.aordontbe was upon cam again .ponbla r.
built "You believe that while are me when ;you are Ill. .
ers on bridges that had been by now you
unarmed and
foe his knife face.
man who built-tbe road-is was raisedto "
tits, ,Jack Denton, Frances' old playmate In the beat of auger but a short periodof "I did not wean that" she aald meek
S my; father! cried France., straggling strike, but Denton. with a quicker ly. She reached "Frances," be said, "I do not know, '
out ber
and will show
and tbi< strong structures perhaps caused rest contemplation band took the
a of bow this
refusaL Think again. movement drew a knife his cup and drained It course matter will and. if
bPI to think of ,the .hardworking you the folly.pf your I from belt -
v young man who built them and was of'this. I shall go out now and obtain A-bent old man was seen shambling He bad ridden too often over' the tundra "Now then" said Denton coolly seating Nealeror wishes, be can destroy me. If -
toward them. he) finds .advisable
now pruning a very large and excellent some food. We may; remain here a to go unprepared for ejisjajua, human himself on a stool near her bed to keen .silent.- ,

bridge across tbe ObI. But what- ; week. Who knows Before 1 leave "Cooie.sald; Nesleror rough/ "This and otherwise. "tell me; this whole miserable business .. IJI.J. J 'J .-

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Sunday !!; THE '
the! tug Crocked
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Jl f of Interest Boiled Down and City Into | of Interest I. Furniture .

Prepared for Busy\Readers..RE and < State of Floridain I t

,, ,, or4"ot"'. a Week. it the Ge erl! .. ,* I. Bicycles I

,; ,2'iP }At
4Jfv Dr O.it.'' Barnninf! ;of. LoaAngelep.-Cx1., broke crop at Fort Ogden Ii
Maims, to;i have made( a discovery whereby by the 35.000 boxes. : ,i',: and Plumbing Supplies I

t,. .be can! increase: ; (the (intensity. of the the / cornea from almost ; BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES AT
a, a t fl X-ny'loo pep cent. State that the game I

w4 Thdaerlcaaf'IrlgarCompanywill"; ; establish : Ia ualty violated. 1'
% :
t In in Savannah.. Gay a, Cigar facjUry flames, \ ; Is Infested with an organ: -M. E. GRUBER'S
Which wlU "giver employment: to [ \ of house-breakers and
'two hundred said;Pity employees.ga .. .
a : carry on their ,
'J\ i.' ctnren'1Lilatrdtt'hlld'd Last in difFereotspartS of 'c 'Iii4AAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL

tl reJJtanut: "atta-. Texas, Probably the largest crop of cotton .AAAALt. Aw
Tenn., last Friday,. .elf i stLj/ 0 "'w.u / grown in Florida from the same s
lit there were
raIse the price: on stoves,ten per her ,! convict camps,for of J. M. Haile at Alacb.ua the I Reg-tutored rharmaclut office In Dru. 8to,!'.. ,
I A wreck OB the Rat'leaf .. + $35,905 50, which jne-
( struck a : year-thirty-one bales of Sea Island
t Coal Creek, Tenn., Monday,cng among the various :
seriously l Injured ,fifteen per bet by 15. from sixty-eight acres. Mr. COTTAGE CITY PHARMACY
t r Vrae of whom will die from their her 8pra r'! ; is one of the best farmers In the
i Vies., atcbet being made to organize: and his farm comprises the cream 1IKIM &; IJKOAmVEUL M
e Grocers' Association the rich soil for which the Alachua Proprietor. I
harles Young( a negro charged wit
week In Jacksonville Is
famous.-Gainesville Sun.
worn'wna \ 'r
Biting and murdering a white
burned at the stske at forest ) { merchants are The Georgia Southern & Florida Rail '
r j, Ulr.allsa.Monday. night' by anslated s'' scheme will\ enter Melrose some time within Dealers in Reliable Medicines and Chemicals. '

i L mob. 18Ji\! ) | synod of Florida next few weeks. The roadbed of the '

lennfj; convocation on Southwestern road will be used from .
iv. he Louisville & 'Nashville Railroad A FULL LINE OF- y
the on j', it, at (he East Geneva and the branch will be I
1 puny,has acquired the Atlanta'or will and soon West BCreeonlrol'of barrels, Church, and will be In fifteen miles In length. This new Perfumes Rubber Goods, ,? ,,y

ooo five days will open up one of the best farming Toilet Articles,. Cigars and fi
Railroad from. Atlanta to Monte "
yM 1 frujt sections (in Florida. Melrose '
the which have
e "and'wtll: merge the new acqiilsl- oranges ,and Stationery. Tobacco.. ,
situated at the intersection of Putnam,
crude, market thus far have
,t'pa 'c with" the Georgia Railroad. far the fruit Clay and Bradford counties, I f
are ry prices as
Standard Oil Company Three been sent forward in has recently been incorporated. .
It; t f E oil laat week ono'cent galjjAs -
: per were unuiatured state... James Younger, the famous outlaw, a .YTYYYYY YTYYYYYYYYYYTYeYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYY.
the Standard 011 C6.'s annual
Coast musical associate of Jesse James, com .
''ii'i; ;. gtion )1 about t,4tro,01w,000'gal-' suicide last at Paul -
ham, to furnish tha Sunday St.
1;..t:1h.: !'or dvance Is about {7,000,000FlitialV'feg
.. \ bed),'( riot. Fair at Lake City; the by shooting himself. CITY MEAT MARKET
of one of the best in was recently paroled horn the
; of the stockholders oi thednp.t :Florida and Western Meats, 1'oultry, Game and Eggs.
who ", secured. i penitentiary, where he and
t' "i uthern & Florida Railway, her way Methodist I brother Coleman were serving life Mall Orders Receive Careful Attention.
t'e t f aeon last Friday, the purchase I for participation in the North-
t bor.
} road,, the Atlantic, Valdoata locating an orpbanape Jefferson Block. WEST PALM BEACH.
,: It 0 at by munity* bank raid in 1886. 1-I-I90a
McRae Bros., of Lakeland
\ .../ & Western Railway was otmfirmed and ------
ed to forty acres of land at
p the merger'c n'pletlid. < the for the orphanage site. k
The Grand' Hotel on Point Chautan-; I//-
qua, ).mestown?N.. Y.," with all its sonL sult. t lumber firm ol BURTON E. ODE CO.
tents nnd'adjacent, = summer; cottages, was many p Company, of New York City .. signature Is on every box of the genuine r ,
The hotel their'gelleral Bromo-Quinine T.t>ieu
;. r burned last Saturday. was them
one of the largest and finest In the State. Brunswick, Ga, to remedy that etuwa eoW Im one day Gravel Roofing. Concrete Asphalt Paving f
better facilities r t
?The loss Is estimated at $250,000; I are .. ,
:The United States' Packing Co., which I roads movement has This Companyafter: doing considerable work for

is understood ''to be the beef'.combine' We set back in EGGS I EGGS I 11 I McDonald McGuire, Mr. Hamer (agent for Joseph Jefferson)

t waa Incorporated at Trenton,:.N. J. Sat ernment by Judge Malone -- Mayor. WMlltUn Dr. Munyon W. P. Hatchett, Anthony e}

nrday with an authorized capital of '.1- in this ( bonds restraining for building\ the sale 1 for Hatching Brothers and others will go away for the present but will be
) Jt.ia< understood that this and
000,000. hack to complete contracts for work here and Miami in
:, amount wilt be subsequently Increasedto It seems : ,
I probably.1500,000,000. shipment .of Havana Thoroughbred rtrldge! -Cochine( AUGUST. Any one desiring work of this kind would do wellto

Invttations'u'ave been I lslled"'or the judiced has ever entered an write BURTON E. COE COMPANY, either Jacksonville ;
Black-Breasted Red Game.
celebration, by the grand lodge of Pennsylvania rather. ,. history of the world or Tampa. Our prices are reasonable, and' all our work Is
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nary of,the initiation of General George learn \ thousand bales and and ship to any point( East Coast Work Solicited
have' .! million dollars.
e Washington into the Masonic fraternity, J. FOX'S REPAIR SHOP
s aa event which took place in tbe lodgeat Spain \ man has invented
Frederlckiburg,. Va., on November harbor, when once used cannot WEST'PALM: BEACH, FLA. -------.------------.

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' Commandant Snyman formerly a stock company baa
Boer commander, bas arrived in Mexico: friendly the manufacture of the
this, the :
City accompanied: by Marshal Bond and entirely once be commenced. High Grade Ashes RieHHRD E. RESLER
E. Reeve Merritt of New York the object Wa.hio growers ol the !

of' the.visit being to confer with the not the that the caterpillar is :
the growing fruits and vegetablesenthing
Government officials regarding es-
When damage there. During the 1 Photographer. p ;
equals our
tablisment of Boer colonists. Leading In the insects have been :

,Tezans would like. to secure tbe Boers as West a on the leaves and \ Dry Ashes i CLEMATIS AVENUE
colonists.Thetyder!= cotton' and have
plant "
reducing the army-to the Immense to about the extent guaranteed 5 to.T'per cent. Opposite Masonic Temple. {
I exclusively on our own
'minimum of 39,600 men is (in course of and cent.
preparation at the war department and they are I business men of Pcnsacola farm at Riviera.prices.G Close West Palm Beach, pla

is one of a series of orders that have
the Initial toward l
steps vv.--w--r.v..v..v. ----- S
been Issued cutting down the tegular company with capital H. GIFFIIT.Jfc' CO.
the decrease should be more as West Palm Beach, Fla.
army as of land 000, In. shares of |lo each .
a result of redaction of the force In the hoped monthly Installments, with Do You Want a

Philippines. ed to ( industrial STEAMBOAT ?
We has them to Sell,and If .e have
A(a meeting of tbe Thomas Jefferson sore to ) to young men none on hAnd 1011 it,we citn build
Memorial Association of the United added to and make of them skillful I 'JuHt what you want., #
States held in Independence Hall Philadelphia alas 1 lit We are also Prepared f

last Saturday, Admiral Dewey the : the heels of the sale of two Build Houses To Furnish... ..
was elected president. The board consists Uncle .. near here the DeSoto
of one member from each of the be ... reports the sale of'the Jim Move Houses Pumping Outfits for Irrigation. '
thirteen State., the District of
original Adv ye for f 10,000 to R. Cf Repair Houses.
Columbia and the Territories. Charles Heodry'g grove for Write or call on us for Anything in
work Our Line that need.
A dinttoct\ earthquake ab.ock. accom- Charles Crawford. Both of you

paLled' by a rattled rambling like distant are on Joshua Creek, both .Repairing or Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co. 1
thunder, was felt in Chattanooga, Henry and said to be worth ,
Ten., last Sunday afternoon The er of paid for tbem.-KI.almmee Dock Building.: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
shock lasted several seconds, and dishes. Palm "'-
on or address IM4 P.OFSISTO. Jacksonville Marine Railways
and windows were rattled to such an property Commission has fixed -
'cause to flee from tor of
extent as to people fruit and vegetables '
their houses In fright.., The shock was .. 'Coast Line; and also'over rlsoiao7aoiaoiso7aolso7ao7eo
also felt la points in.North-Georgia. terprise & Gulf Railroad There West Palm Beach. Fla. oiao7eoiso Iso7eoieo7ao7ao7aoSS oitoisoi.o5so7aoiao

The former private me of Jefferson rienced reduction in the rates, which 0

Davis Indigent, "Beauvoir.-fconfcderati'soldieri(;",(s .nose the borne, of Mls-for. both the east ..; November discussing 1.rates' :The' over".Com the LIGHTWOOD POSTS i National Bank of the State of Florida I Io

.i aippiMDayf: a ha\W>be>!a"'pald charge. Line and will have thim '
'10,000 Wednesday" for.. I 1U. Every' old. hotel at ( are.. d.-all.bs.sean. Fir Class Llgbtwood Posts for JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA oSTATE

veteran of the So.b.will be pleased to broken Monday in Jack -and other pur,
iiijred home l the five AddressH. ,
know that the ume-b f>
the erection of the new AND CITY DEPOSITORY io
President of tbe Confe t church, which
struc I .
rescued from'deca, and destruction. fifty Sebastian. Fla a
the of
'fn neighborhood
Mure than fifteen hundred delegate. nected. dollars. Before the o JOHN N. C. STOCKTOII..PreBident. THOMAS P. DJCMHAM: Cashier vo

attended the National Convention of theWoman' the work of rebuilding JAMES: D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier if
location! \ 0
..Chrlatlaa\ TemperanceUnion .on the : church will be com Preparatory o 1 I. sro
last week m Portland, Maine. Every states the building will\ be an im Banking Business of East Coast Business Men, Farmers S
Stat and Territory, of' Ute Union: waarepre'seuted will be costing thirty-one *ai d Fruit-Growers Solicited. g

and there were many dlt- at ) Both these churches L. E.HINDRY.Evernla Street oROtlokoatostoltottokorostostoslostostoa>okostostortoetaRostoKOetoKo.1 0 ,
tnguied! guests present from abroad,, wards, In the great fire of May 3rd, .

among them being Lady Henry Somerset Beach is that time the congregations\ Monday. October 6th, 1902
Dr. Sanders and lias Cameron, of Ightful worshiping t ID temporary 8:30 to II a. m. sa to 1:30: p. m.
London, England; America Piano lemons by arrangement. OFFICIAL aid LODGE S SEALS, ,

Tbe moat destructive fire that has' visited : ( gathering and packing RubberOF r StamD TO ORDER ..
Albany N. Vi;, 'In. tinny year.. North .,.. Ed Thomas, and Wal HOURS
broke but,Sunday night at II o'clock. possibly \: \ who have been gather- W. ARTSON IN TWELVE
The fire was In the heart of the business high fruit from Lee county ALL KINDS Florida Rubber Stamp Works
district, and raged: for two. hours before at the Saturday Bight, having -

the flames, conld be controlled. Amongthe When it : of the low prier of' the GUY 1. METCALF Local Aent. 224 Main St.. Jacksonville, Fla.
buildings\ .burned was an old house, board: It 'Is understood that about
In All Its Branches
was' the residence of WilliamI
which once three boxes have been shipped FI\ctoryOlfJ,017
Marcy. One man wan killed, several visit '. )" to the New Orleans --- Aeuc MA NON'S. _- r SHOt \Ve.Buy St.
badly Injured and a number narrowly fore felt /are selling: for .the low GLEANING I Home M 011\e\ and HnlcH-.
4'4" escaped death. has box, the reason of the re _' :101c GU. .VA JELLY 8t romn,4113tV.1isy, JttckHoiivlllv.v ,
4 ._ Palm, ] being given Is that the fruit DYEING AND REPAIHIX6 Ounva Br..neb IiItol'M and Apu. ;

t" Send in your subscription.to the, Semi-.Fifth: .. colored or matured.. Jelly -____CANDY c..lu. aU Tow... 011 Sotcoca
Weekly Tropical: Sun*, ... .. on Olive St. West Palm Beach of

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i ROUND ABOUT MIAMI COCOANUT PRC; ,VB GLEANINGS. No More Political Assesments Y .. 'i I ... I.
Via, Brelsfdtff'Brtis ,...i.'ILtWM n18g01fflq''; I.It
C. ** On last Saturday President Roosevelt #
tiplalad;. AiCb: D PAADlli Re4AIIIW5tt
: ,one of the keepers at Uf ued an executive order relating to political

Links of, Local News Picked up fyCLight Bpna,, bad a stroke ofparalysli contributions by Federal office : } t Rear Est teO 'a1asetaCCe t ;
Iv"' 'c wt-ekjwhll ,. t
last on duty and y
holders The order based. .
There is
Here ana on an pinorl 'ca II'
was; i t brought; too' bin,,home a .Cocoanut ) by tb<.. !Angfney-General' I lu cases PALM BEACH, FLA. D J gEAfi II'tWi'l.1 l
n) I Q h Grove in abd'afc' He Is'now n acritf- In Ohio M1
arising and ) I
Pennnylvania! In '
Notary PubUc-; Cottages to' [Rent l

'I Brief by Mention THE SUN'S or, Current Ubiquitous'Beportarii Events Gathered.' cat" conditloa;an hear<\./.the! communitylit'miich'shacked affliction 'the; latter HtftrHshx-ulars[' : were issued by ' LC: At, TIME. Cdp AD. I O ,.';4 :, .I In Efi'l ot. AfII '2'C2.9 9t '

to ofbyis ,,,,, the rStnte Pontoincc'UnllillnKNorth ol ids ..
.,. RepulYUc committee signed( t ill
'DulnK\h"W.. r? 's'' Ki .
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kMr.tCeorge' ;JMcponBld: left Monday by M. & ,,,Otiijjf} ;,ithalrman<<: asking fqrfinancial ., ,MCIT".IMWN: .t+4rIM4YW' .11141wtt.S1Y .
",i ,/ ; .... ...; morning" for Nit *York when tiJ 'b1l1 a niatnnCtf from Federal office. ., !

$i r from Mr.an Jag Eastern, c.. .trip I.geout! huA returned gone on a matter of business. hotdefg: A.1IlkY1n'''brrcul.r'i'altued'' : ''T1ieY:\label'otl.t, ,yon',;jJei.i''.howtwhat : () ? w: 1> ."111 .IINt I Its; D lg I!as

..\lMNiwaISralabomelfortbepreseatat] : ., by t e'J| Rep >bHcao) State. .commit l e,,of date your auberptid( ,... paid.

f *" M:> Hall'sre'sid"enceon' Illti street I I'i. Is Rock Cottage. OJ.llo..Itl&rluc? ; tl4tsmeoCoegres.manChare4lIrk.eRdvazioug.: The Tropical Sun would be glad to have ..i1, ''i rla "'+......>latikarMHhl tr.;; .. .. -."''', by

h 'y'i.,. i a being handsomely painted Mr Kirk Monroe and wife arrived !! : : V.der.l..olJi j aU> arrears settled t t promptly.: 'tf ,: ..q, p a ''.:::' ::: :-. eokw>&.. (! ..::::::::>a, i.3. ..:::::

1' ,1 1 Mrs. M. J. King, of'Jefferson Iowa,' i is ,, cials.j The .Attorney-General i, I Inf. his ,.t..0., p ." .... ...... HM"rip.... ... ..... ".. i.'t'A a a ."w m.
home Saturday night after an extended t \ ,- a .. .. ... ..,..... .... ........
vleiUngher9LBterMra.. R. II. Huddle- of several IB .the, oplnlonv' says, .'. .l. ". i l>>iu ...: .w,. p .... "..+.... fi.f.:. d i..:........ xl 1 I"t l a .,.........
: trip niontbs f past.JMtui ./ J. + ,. p .... ........ "v.e ", ......... a.aNo.
'j '
y, son > /, *r, n.. A.* '8': A'Bele leLanfcikldt'en who L'1 explicit and ,, comprehensive ATTORNEY .r : ... .& .. .........1.. :: i.f a ... .'.
t .. .. .. =. 'I ... ... a ...
', Mr. Thomas J. Peters has started oi pf, the. statute forbidding those AND COUMELtMI p .. .H.w "" ',J"
have been visiting, lu Georgia have re. P p .. p. eo. ... .......... ... ..seta..
'i t k'': plant his big tomato fields down at bArred by their public.relalloas to solicit ATtAW'' ........:PMU.n ..... ......... ... 14a a. .... ...
:' turned home s N II ... .wem .............. a If
i '" Cutler. from, Federal,, officials::\ directly orindir .": \ xtiA'Fadassrxp.olnl 1 .. a..s p p .....wLt.... .'.J.1i. .... .. I i'/i
., The local showers that we are having rankly brio .will | "i'iiuuvB'iii; / nil the CuuitPiste 1Sea..N..., p ............". m .......w..wo......... +e'-.t.}. I I'
i ll ? The quarantine between Florida and or.to. any manner oollCemedI / |' | | nutrition given w"Im. ....... ........ p : ............. u.. n .. ....': .rt.. ........ ,
i :Ili 1' of in this section have put the ground in I 14 .of Jl l lnll'.or..ec"lvIDg.uy assessment ,. I hull, ., llunl! ,Itstme nmllYiilialoLnwr.,. ........ ...... .. p ......... .. .... ., ...w..e1.............j. ... II. .n........ .........
I t;r t Cubau ports was rained Iyth firat'clttiw. 'col dltloQ for fc>led{in g and tsuqq"criPti9n.9r Onion :i A\'E V1C C MIAMI. ,LA. ...".. ........ ........a,.../.JI.. ve ................. ... .,:". ... ......It...
'_ ;.,. October. contribution for, .any, poliilcal '- ........ ....... r .............. r WIL. ............... ....... "......
farmers'srd' / """ --
{ taking' advantage ot '
:D f : Rev. Stanton and wife have returned the and late l!, purpose)wbateverg.: ..unqiieiitipnafcly 'tTT K.I.. XNO ::::::;: ::::::>:: ; :.:: :::::::;::: e MrN::::::::::::::::: : ', : :::: :: :;:::::
\\I! : the weather working early ;condemn ail such, ,'cU'afl' They ..... "...1.. p .. atlt ...r..,.......: M 1.. .. ....... ..w...
'. from an extended: visit with their son putting In large of tomatoes. t C, : I 'V ........ ....:... .or..n..l............,.. .".' ...C."....... ......... I I. 4/a .,..... ........
lf'' crop should not be sent. to..pdlral! ] of ,clafs\ ,, or ATTORNfY.AT.LAW, ........ ...N... .._....h..... .....Ibbeile..N... ....... ". n. ........ ..... ...
i k: in New York. Miss Carpenter!' is quite ill at eJBe:;. slioul) ........ ........ ..... 'I".._...,.............. 10:11.: ........ twwrp
Daisy th
I""' w'' J :: Jhey, < }notbeer! '.nanies.ofthej Office-Front Room, Hatchett Building. Ave. 1>, ........ ,.. ,............ ..: .Jaea ..." to 1' W a ..u.w..a....
t[ G. W. Caller's. residence i on avenue her. home,. near the Grove. public officers and employees Designated. ........ .w..'... .. ............... 1. _M.n..a..i' ..u .. 14 ........ ........ \
i'"A is progressing and will soon MIamI Florida. S-re-r's.0 .... ........ J'. .... ..........j;0_ ......J s.n....,.... a a ?...... ........
;iI! finely I. ...In .the act." ......... ..-.... ........w..nS.W.N) pl.e ............". ot' 1 ........ ...J......
be ready for occupancy. Afler quoting Attorney ........ ........ -.. .............West ....... .................. .to: 1M. .[.1..i.New. .......
:t.\/' ,\ Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh.-Medicine ,.the; yCeneraV.fopioion \: ........ .. -r N..w N.>. i>BO JOFi.L ""' .................. 5 .. ...w... .......
4'fs' Mr. E. A. Froscber left Monday ( in full the order TT F. ATKINSON, ........ ........ r ........... a.se.dal.w .....,..... "" .. ....... .......
Free executive .
11 I ":' sent ........ ........ 1 ,- ............,...<.i,,......(), ..............". : a ..,...,. ........
., I morning for Titusville where he has Send no money-simply write and try reads: ATTORNEY-AT.LAW, ... ........ ... .... ... s. .. .. ;tL .Lr+ ejQrrilr :. :

(', gone on a business.trip., : Botanfcf BIoo.1 j ., Mr II. B. Shaw, cashier ; .C: un kills. emply'eea the -
kI g Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) or MIAMI FiA. .
.,j'r i ger of thefDade<< Countj'SecudtyConipauy destroys the poison In the blood which I vice.to the foregoing opinion; ,andwarnthem 11-ltt-lv LINZ9 BOS.DtrLJIL, _

\ r bas returned to Miami.. causes the ,.awful. aches in backhand that the provisions of law as therein ,l.. If N., SI N.S .. a. as. 47 !ALATKA N5. 4N... 41 Me. eIw

'f' J;, Mr. A. B. Blackburn of Lloyd, Fla., shoulder !blades, shifting: pains;difficulty construed are to be by them obeyed GEO. A. WOHLKV: Daliy. Ratty. Delay. D.N'. Dat1F DBIANO21. Duly. Datrr, Batty, ,

brother of Rev C. Fred Blackburn was and enforced. p : ,r
In''' moving fingers, toes or'legs, ; ArE, eta ri v sa es6t
1 \ ,: a visitor in Miami last week. I pains, swollen muscles and joints 011| "Any official I iat the Federal service ATTORNEY.AT.LAW.I .

ri";:\ Little Miss Camille r.lcKi11IP. of Key rheumatism or the foul breath,, hawk. nlay, without jeopardy to the official I General practice lit State. and PederatCourle. ;' t Day ..x 11ilBO si ZOU ;4q
I Ii
All btiNlneaa entrusted will receive prompt at
:r', Weat has come to upend the winter log, spitting .droppings' In throat, bad standing contribute or not, exactly all tentlou.Ofllra. p ..... ..?., P l ..,...,.. ,,. .,...Ar
i I "V,. with her uncle Mr. R M. Smith. hearing, specks flying.before, the eyes he p'eaxs provided he obeys the sections ., Brown Building Ave. D and IBlhStmet. s a At w..n..e .... i.I.y a

,; ts ft4'S\; K. Magee of Kissimmee has ac all played out feeling of catarrh. Bo- of the civil\ service' ':. act referred. to ''MIAMI. FLORIDAS. Innd y y i 1r1.R1OMT 8,1$08 Yi+11, ed 1 D.tlp.Nelt,

i ;K: ,,;, ceptcd a position in the mechanical tanic'Blood Balm has cured hundreds of "TH BO DOR 8 It009BVEIT.. : I Only On l f \ Dyl,

l. I ttt"' department of the Metropolis office. case of 30'or, 40 ;years'1 standing! after "White IJou'ie, Oct. 18:1902.: i i'I 00 j e ii a : "..Nb.b.: iaop
1 1l doctors hoe and medi H. RICHMOND Agent 0 d I- l boo a a
springs patent a I.
,l tl'" A marriage of Borne Interest will --._ I p b k a 1, s :...:..e&.AU.nat.. Cesee..w. s.e .
cines had all failed. Moat of these cured N a sow DI rtes.. ... ?LV
I : : occur in November between two well Ferriie Grant land
ti known members of Miami society. patients had taken ,Blood Balm as a Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold. Company.>>
l v/( last resort: 'It is especially advised for I rfiOiD uxcas. ,214 Di y osixos orrz 1i11i1ipan
1 ;. Mr. J. A. McDonald was in Miami Laxative Bronio Quinine Tablets cure KRAI KSTATE. / Mm.

I ;' i last week accompanied by Mr. Mc- chronic deep seated cases. Impossible a cold In one day. No cure. No pay,250. 4-sm CUTLER FLORIDA tEase v.......... uev ........... e p p .... .,. w 1p ..,.. t
( for any, one to suffer the agonies or
{; ;4.i' Klnnon. on business relating to their /a .. .
symptoms of rheumatism or catarrh 1 Ivy I a 1 A....1..braag.COnnietlrrq' .fr,.:
i )./I lumber interests.Tha while or after taking Blood Balm. It Wm.' M. Brown.Pmldvnt

t !',i, wife of Robert Stllley died in makes the blood and rich thereby II. K.McC'nrinlrk Vlc -l'r<.:.lilHntUMI. ta .xt.. aft U.Nea ItMie I W0w.I1
pure Bank k
of f ; HocitnJ Iaat4mY.Mled.r.Iw
O( 0 Bay Biscayne H Curry VlitvFi.Churlra "IINI'. from N. si t. 1 r wet de. n.n of a t t er
l Miami, Saturday October nth and the giving a healthy blood supply. Cure II. OBrtlmlilu, Ciwlilor.. ; n4 la.a.v Ile} Sec say tM5s s sap s.e.sa.s s.llS.g S se ,

l, remains were shipped to Sunburry are permanent and not a patching up

:'. Ohio for burial. Drug stores $i per: large bottle. Sempl Penhuular and Oesldelltd SJeamdlp 4Mof1ona' atAWD M4lius:

', Mr. J. II. Bowles, State sales' manager of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid Capital. $60OOO .
for the Standard Vehicle Companyof also special medical advice by describing

Pontiac, Michigan arrived in Miami your trouble and writing Blood MIAI; FLORIDA a/10TExovxD. xoaWxsa MD: 1

"' Thursday, where he will spend the Balm Co., Atlanta Ga.LAKKI.NS M..... ....... .........- .';.4 .o. ,....,.r.w.l '
rw.mml...... Tu.. wr............... n awgF. 4r.. *.,:..:. "......?.. a';, ttr! j
winter.l .-- ... Tb........................rr. 1"r Fna i Llw .. ... ,_... M ,
The work on the Methodist church LOCALS.It Lum .. Lesahttm.
spy .l rp Sisal.
is on nicely, the building being Biscayne Lumber and Co. '
go.ng Siply ;r. D. BAS>sna, Aaa*. ch a. 1lw. OT. Ave AJ' .
made of the concrete stone seems that the rainy season bas ""t Lath

makes a very elegant and substantial last set in, and while it is the life of the i .. sSouthern \

appearance.Mi highland crops and fruit trees it means BRICK CEMENT LIME. PLASTER: and HAIR. Sole Agents for Warnell Crate "

-s Helen Burr sister of Mrs. V. A. disaster to the crops in the. Everglades Railway :J

; Rutherford was married Wednesday, ; if the mains continue for any length: of ,

October 22nd to Dr. J. Carroll Monmo- time. MIAMI, FLA sa'sar' j 1' A. CONRAD sara. .urnrof EFFECTIVE OCT.. l, 190*. ; .:

nier, Jr. at the St. Paul. athollc church of 3"4.11 _.- '
Quite! a ripple excitement was occasioned NOI'III"NORTH"A8T "- :, ; + '?
Washington D. C. in this place Sunday by a runaway Route' DNOI'.14INDol'l30, NORTHWEST. Rmna .U lp1y '

Miss Sadie Kolb bag gone to St. Air horse. Mr. ]. C. Vareen accom- FRANK Lv Lv Savannah. ackwuvilip, 8outh..ru Ity ay 9 I 00.13 pit 7 5SD wa Lv v .BC...liP.tsouv e. Soulherll out era Ity Ity .,.... .. '0045 7 /i p P'a' .,i?il.'
W. ''
gustlne to attend the wedding of her panied by his wile and baby, of Miami STANTON & CO. Lv Danville Charlotte., Southern Ry 9 Sop 1" 05 a A. fame. Soulhero Ry .... ...: ro a '.
IOollthe..lty r Ar Plov'I '
1t57a Ry t ,
friend Miss Florence Woods, to Mr. drove to Larkios, and paid a visit to Mr. Richmo-'lnr, Southern Ry 4op Ar Atk mt: southern:: Ity .:'::: [:O. !
...l.. 1-3 ::3 i
Alford Earnest Hills, which occurred W. A, Larking and family, and when OUR SPECIALTY. A.Ar Chariottevllle. .. lIouthe.... Ry a 46 a 4 07 P Ar Ar Rockmart.Rome.. southern Southern Ry Ry ...... ........,.. 113.yea '?"

Wednesday, October 32nd. they started on their return trip to MI. Wa.hington aonlhetn. Ry '433 a 3 30p A. Dalton Southern Ry ,. ...... 8 J6 a ?
lIo..th..rnRy p40 5 930P Ar ..... .
The court house officials are occupying ami a shaft of the buggy'' became loots I Fancy East Coast 'Pines Ar Ar Baltimore Phtladelpitia! ., \p P. R R. R.R... ... II ywaii wa I 3.,P I Lv Chattanooga Ch.ltauooIil8. .Southern peen It (;reaceot., ... '94'000. .. ,
'" and fell the horse's Ar New 0 .. .. 1)6 Ar O.kdale urea C'.ece..t..... II o3s
rooms in the new jail building, for against legs severely I York P. R. R. t 00 6 o. Ar lomerset, na iii C..nt.. 3'" P ''
the present and are pleasantly frightening the animal which attemptedto 14 Vine Street 3j. Ar Burgle, earn. It. Cr...ceol.,,. 4 30 P ,
very PhiladelphiaGrowers No New York and FoddaSxpre.' ... Dally ArLeaTugtoe, crab.5Crescent.." S UP'
situated.( They will be located thereunto run.. The horse was held in check by IIOnvlll.Pullman; .; sirept' g cars, Port Tampa and Jlck. A. CtuetnuatL Queen. & Cre ceol.... 7 30P .

the new court house is finished. Mr. Vareen. but began kicking and of Florida Oranges and No 30.10 New Washington York. Dining Rlchmood ear.sad FlorIda Lv Ar Clnclo"8U. Big' "'our Roule... Rio rpi- rf
Grape-Fruit Limited via Route. to
started RIchmond. Dally. PlIllmau
into the'woods.
;. It is remarkable, the quantity of quail The three occupants log Cars Jacksonville. to New Vurk. Dining sleepL.. Ci idanaPenu; Linea. ,. II j p
of the GROVES LOCATED At ChiaCara .... '
around buggy managed to escape : 40. Penn 73o '
when the
notices driving LD
l unhurt but as soon as the animal gained: II Liles & Stanton Terra Cela Fla. Armstrong & Stanton Palmetto Fla LvCiodan."ti; -Ct,.H-1t: .-M ouoa... BltP l .
> country in this vicinity. There is "a ArChlago. C. H.. a D. -Manon.. r s
good time comin'," so everybody get liberty of the reins he struck a 2:40: gait Knoz& Stanton. Llmonia! Fla. To CINCINNATI:- TUROUOn TEE LAND L. Clncinnat C.If. .t D-M ch Cad 9 45 P '. a J''' '
l and made for Miami, breaking the 37.17Pianos OF Ar Totede C. H. A D.-Mleh Cent 5 10. 1
i up THE SKY ,
: ready for a feast when the game law is A. Delroll_ C.H. a. D..Mluh Cent 7S aLv t'
buggy and leaving Mr. Vareen and family .
L.olnIIOU: Soulheru ,
over. NORTI! Ry '' t
,111,2(\< BOUND ROUTE. No.0. Ar La lsville., Boutbtiru .. .... ., 5.50 P
home the best R
to get they could. ) 8'1\ '. .
!la! The wife of Mr. G. J. Helms, died, at way Organs Sewing Machines Lv Lv s..nn.h t.ckenvllle.. Southern RJI .. .. 7 L. Luuisvtile, 80utheru Ry .. ', 9 J5 P P
Mr. J. A. Ramsey lion tbs sick lint, L. SolllheMl Ry .. .... II 3oa A. 8t. Louis. ., Southern Ry .. .
the family residence in Miami Wednesday Columbia Southern! Ry. .. .. 00 aw
but his condition is not serious and we Ar ""h..<1''", Soulha.n Ity... .. .. 7 a No. tS, "Th. Florida Llmll..d.- D.li" .BoI"1
I ell direct J.5O P
: morning, October 15th. She left from the Factory Hot Spongy Southern lain of Vestlbula. Coache. and Pullman .
';' her husband and little baby one year hope to see him out again: goon; The Celebrated Schubert Piano/wlth Mandolin Attachment ArCinrlnnu''. "een.lt R7..2." 37 I a P Ins can J."on"'II..lo. Cincinnati Blnp.A. '.Y
H. C. Hunt
Passenger and
old who have the sympathy of the We hear much talk of the railway extension The Conover Pianos the Cable Pianos No Tlc..4Iett'
The Kingsbury Pianos the .WelUn ton 30. Pullman Drawl..g-aoom. sleeping. g. P. Creh elrictPassenger. Agent'sock.
entire community. here, but up to the present time Pianos ""ra, Jackaonvllle ClaclnuaU. .ouvRlya D \. 'i '
The F4t.
Cottage Organ, in twenty-nine styles. .+ '
(Ct j A few days ago the friends of Jndge the whistle- the locomotive bas not At the Very Lowest Prices and on Liberal Terms. v.nry.s.aAnDWfcKa.P.A. ,. ,.

1 r, E. A. Heyaerbd the opportunity of admiring been heard. '. Catalogues aud Prices!! Furnished on Application.Old O. H..:ACKER ; Oeerat3lanag.W""hlatoa.i:. D; (,. ..

s'; .a beautiful piece of pencil work Enforcement Instruments Taken In Etchings q ,Tia Celebrated Singer Sewing Machine W. H..TA"LOE. A. 0.1-; ,4U_",. Ga .
of Game Laws..
', done by himself the design being Needle* and Attachment for all 'kind ol Sflwtnir' Machines. Mall Orders. will receive

r R" original an exquisite head of a woman, A meeting was held in Jacksonville a prompt Attention. "

t $,j J J(:." rising out of a ,black lily. The work is few. days ago for the purpose of securing COU. AVE. 0. ANO-11M.< MIAMI.ST.-FLORIDA U.f We ERI'O'KSON' '

.: certainly a piece of artL"l1r a more rigid enforcement of game law. tJtf] TflETRAVjLR-s

k ? i I. p' :Mr 1.. H. McCullongb and bride arrived While this matter especially appeals to .. ," aNEW
{ .
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1 fr. Wednesday night from Benson sportsmen it is one In which all are con. :
-" :
6 !: cerned for one of Florida's attractionsto SEABOARDSAVANNAH
tl South Carolina. Mr. McCullough has
: l:&!" visitors is the game that Is more MRS. N. F. GARCIA Prop'r .J oKsoiivIltf X
civil service plentiful f 1a
:/,' r'1! '\ pissed\ the examination .
t!: ., ,\ for scientific aid and! will hold that here than in neighboring States. AtR: LINE RAIL"W"A Y \ --..-.-.-.-.a-- w \ ] iY

I!;'i '; '; position at the Tropical Laboratory, It will not long be more plentiful if Electric Lights, Electric dells, Baths Complete Scrvlc
the law
I ):'; being assistant to Prof. Rolfs. game are not enforced., It is -FOR- The Best ;
) i'I $soo
: strange says the Times-Union and Citizen per day Hotel In Florida.

*, .;", A launch party went out on the Atlantic that the'sport..men who are most COLUMBIA, CAMDEN' : SOUTHERN WNES. RALEIGH. :

ji ". ocean to see the eclipse of the RICHMOND, WASHINGTON, i
interested In the preservation of the BALTIMORE
,' last Thursday night where
moon they

{,'.;.{' :;2", ; i I::' certainly had a fine view of the phe-I law.game are If they the hunt principal only during violators the of time the .- PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK T Edison BatteriesIn

!, ,, I nomeion. Among the party were Mrs.McAlilater .
I J i
/ I. permitted by law, there "Ill,be bo. dan. Two '
i- MUa Leatberman, mattey' Elegant t Trains .Dally
.' ger of a lack of sport. If they persist in
'' Louisa Carpenter Dr. Sknggs and wife a wholesale slaughter: of gac'e; at -all Florida and

f 'C, Mr. G.rlgabY and wife, Mr. Froacher, times the supply will. soon be exhausted.The Metropolitan Limited Seaboard Fast Mall!

',1, Mr. Youngs Mr. J. C. Beck, Jr., and Liquid tight Steel
I 1 law is a wise one. In many coupetics :' MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
a Mr. Crawford.
its enforcement is neglected. These .
fi': The other day a party of Miami young counties, if they persist in neglect will Jars for Marine '

4, '" people went out in Ball Bros' launch see their game disappear. Public'opinIon ONLY LINEOperating use

tbe "Klondike" sketching and fishing in Florida I Is aroused tj (the necessityof ..,i

,, t and a moat: enjoyable time was bad by f.ucl au enforcement of the law as Daily Through Sleepers From J

all present. They caught over forty will preserve it for the future.-Titus Jacksonville to New OrleansFor Qipo. R. W ALLAC .

to ; large fish besides number of very 'fine villa Star.

: I crabs, near. Fowery Light: House. One u'' full Information West Palm Beach. Florida'

t'' of the handsomest crabs was given to The Best Prescription for Malaria and Sleeper reservations: call 'on any agent --

Miss Louise Carpenter who brought it Chills and Fever is a bottle of Gtov 's 1 Seaboard. or writeA. Agent For
;, lo to' :r studio where she painted one .
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It Is
i,, In wl.ter colors, making an exquisite simply
.- counterpart of one of the representatives and quinine in'a tasteless form. No O. MACDONELL, Aas't Gen.,Paia. Agt., BUFFALO : GASOLINE

01lIe. briny deep i oare, No pay Price So cents. Jacksonville Florida. : HOTOR ; '
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;ALTH ,OF a'5TAT' ,LEGAL; AnVERTISEJ\rENr\ : Notice Stf' '
.. Paying Rent I
NOTES A -- -- --- -- of Election.

F'AI Be Your Own Landlord I

tloo., .Is hereby given to the Qualified Wssar*.., The Legislature of 19O1, Per Month with 3 cent.
undue only
[ Not Had a Cleaner votws of West Palm Beach, Florida, thai per
Constitution. oC 0 0
18WB pf the State ofl1'lorlda
Alas an election; will be bald In the Club House. on $ interest per annum, will buy a
did .
Health In Years, Recogolilng the attraction wbi! a tbe drat Monday In November, 10O2.! being < pans two Joint Itesolutlomproposing .

,t Say Dr. J. Y. Porter. good circus Is to moat people the to the thlril day of tbe month, that tbe pal.... Of the State amendment of Florida, and to 1 the tbe Constitutor sumo. wen $1,000 Home or Loan
; ,Fair ,A oolatlori lias engaged H I.' will lio open from eight o'cloek4.. m., until
1 \ Agreed to by a vote of three- lth. of all the :NJI) T- AND ORIGINAL PLAN

he health of the State durlu//( the" the Nickel conbtry Plate, to Circus. give.. on two*,of full the entermeaty be, in sundown'J!.I hu officers on salil to be election voted for day are as follows! I vote members on meld elected Jolut to Ittwolutlons each Houuei were thaI entered> the The Standard Guaranty and Trust Co. ,

umniet ba been, uuuDually good A Mayor, to serve one year upon" their 1'9apootlv..toul'n.. with the yeas Capital. Stock, UpO.OOO.OO Reserve and Coupon Fund, '!S15OOO.OO,
Pr. 1."Ji.y. 'PQtet"IStat.; fJeallb ,Q( on the Fair grounds on the o n- Throe Aldermen, to serve two year and nay. thereon, and they did determine

I ,,.wllatftfHved hltb, city Saturday. on lug day tha.Falr,. ; November I h. A City Cleric to act OM Treasurer. and AsMor .nil direct that the sold Joint Resolutions be I WM. F. ARMSTRONG Jr. Hibiscus Hotel, Palm Beach,
to serve ,
I connection with, the business No extra admissifcH will be charged vlsl ? one year submitted to the electors of the State. at thGeneral < Agent> for Dade and Brevard Counties will toll you all about It., Write him.
Nit In; A Marshal and Tax Collector, to serve one
,tors to the Pair wMo wish to attend the< Election In November, 1909.! .
e dep.rUu.nt..; ;; "; year. > < 'Now therefore. I, H. r
o Clay Crawford, Seers.tary
circus Borrow pmebody! else's chil The t following named, cltiseni
of' serious ; are hereby
ere'Have} been few case of State of the State of Florida, do
dren and appoint d to conduct the election: Judge A,. ,
"' comle.The
hereby give notice
'whole the condl. that
'ness, and od ice -. J. ixiwls. C. W. Bchmld and B. M. Potter to a ...TY.Y YYYYYYYTYYYYTYyy.yyyTYYYTY...YTYYYTYTYY.

f ns have been very'eatlsfactory," act,Inspectors..; General Electionwill

Unutng 1)x7" Porter,.lIid' |la resqueries College Fo Bill: Championship>> J. D. MoHlnlxy to act) as clerk. = Dade
40 that oftfy. :'ftI:: )Iw1I l jd of the State will IJ'ael1ed I: at the 'Fair Thai method of conUuntlitic a State and 1 Tue.daynext be held l In. each county In Florida on County State Bank j
grounds Nov; COllnt..Iootlon. will be followed as far ucreedlng first Monday
on iber 14th *he coo a.
of smallpox! bad been, reJieKvjj'lthat possible In conducting this election.' November, A, D.. 1008, the laid Tuesday. West Palm Beach Florida
festanU being from Stetson Unto being the ,
l is pa instance had teat lu witness. whereof I have hereunto af. !
scare canaed','and that tbe quarai erslty' and lorida Agriculture:l lo1ege. lilted my name, this| the :SOth. day of Bentera- Fourth Day of November, r

J regulations had been well enforced)* \ Of coupyy, Vou will want to sec ber. A, D., 1903.L: For the ratification or rejection of thI said ''

eating any ,po oiMo spread ofer I Ilie. g II bpyp tight I h"tld \ W. BimitnAijpT\ MaJor.A.Ue.t. Joint> Resolutions proponing amendment to Authorized Capital, $1 00 ,000 s
Gao 8. ADAMS. Clerk the Constitution of the State ol Florida vim

i.t"f a eiPart.ed';. thst the State halt tla had Jjoveuiber 13th *I be Military Day,, lO-3-Ot. ARTICLE) XIX. Paid Up Capital, $15,000 ,
t pill. of healtbl. \ $in ijpr of the 1r1! a State Troops., j L\1TRIC LIGHT PLANT WANTED That the following amend monta to the r

be.,conditionln, Cuba., Dr. Porter i wIlt b .,olf red"" the<<: best drilled Constitution of the State of Florida., be, and OFFICERS i iB. DIRECTORS : j :4 t

the' most gratifying" stage. In eofcSl' the squad M'' utlai a com. The Town ot West> Palm Beach Florida the same are, hereby agreed to, und shall be N. Dlnilik, PreatdentGeo B.N Dimick Oeo. W. LAinhart j ,
t f will receive sealed bid. for the wanting ol ubmltted to the elector of the State at the W. Potter Vice,President R B. patter K. M. Brcliiford iy
47 'Otl agalu: disease. had been reach panj'l lvidaal in the: Dual of arms,, a franchise for an EIt"trloIKIII> Plant> In General Election In looa for ratlllcutlou or Oeo. L. Uranninic, Cashier. Oeo. W.. Potter W.H. Bulucrbeo 3 ,l!

that Havana. was, In a very. and>VuV rlflemJ; Many com.' said. town. All parties' submitting bids must rejection W. U. Bpltaer AHulatanl Cashier X., Brannlng \;

h .0 condition panics i all over. the'' te will be in stipulate time wanted In Installing. the said ,Section 9, of Article V of the Constitution OPEN"FROM 9 A. HA. TO 2 P. M. 1'1i:f;

jthough,"said Dr Porter there attendance They will ct you to lltlit> plant> All bids must> bellied with the IH berobalDeolod, so a* to. read UII fuilowet A general banking b..I".I'.eI.d.. Collection promptly: remitted on day 'M'I,
The .
j" ; ; Clerk on or before the first day of November, Supreme Court shall !Consist ofthree, of receipt., Drafts bought anil told on the principal clllea In united the Bta.es. \,
them > ;
r een considerable rain and hot join. ,, t. A. I} 1UO3.: The Town Council reserves the Justices' ,except an hereinafter provided. who
q T r In. Cuba thla'aumuier, conditions right to reject' any on all bide| hall be elected by thequallliedelectors. of SAFETY :BOXES FOR :RENT ;;

naturally f vorah9} Jtp e\IQwC".ft' The railroads, afoWraevcnrsion I, for 'extra (Slowed) QBoKas] W. l'aT"R.Chah'mao ", the( State at the time and'places of voting .AAAAAAAAIAA.IIAAAAAlAAAAAAIAAAAAAJIAAIAAAA AWA. [
trains celtaiu{ dad. with of 'or' member ol the Legislature and. hall
( u... et' watchfulness of eve. the Town Council ot Wes| j\ };
through the Palm told their ofllce\ loi the term of eta ,
} ( ); cial rates to visitors coming on these Beach yean except -
r G ,. h anthoritira and l their closet > those Brat .q
e : trains. It,la believed. railroad entering Attest: l.I"u.: H,.ADAMS, elected, one of whom to be
f to keeping,tbS Jltl'' absolute\ every City Ck'rk.L deslirnuted'' by lot bench manner an they
T tbe Lake City '11'11erfect\ arrange may. determine shall hold hla olllce for two :
: >m a .lantlsry standpoint, meats aud the cltixena of Lake City are HEmt'tr'8 HAW); year; another, to be lltJroated t In like manner G.- W. S. BELL tf
,>?eep,, ehtln"uA\\ tlie" dread.i ; ; systematically to rrai&lag"eot: rllhi':all for four year, and the third for six
i etr9A Trio that
jtl Rhall
e "Jqll year n one be elected every two y
,, Visitors, Notice Is hereby given that. a
i p it'l, went band in, hand in "."v-- Umlor and by virtue ol un execution! Issued year attar the Bret election
:I l' m
? Contractor Builder
rriG The Chief Justice shall be and
yui d designated by lot
ro. ) end more arllclllar1v out of theClraultCourt of the MljUU: Judicial
}! The) Comtug: : Men: qf Amerca will b1 said Justices, and shall be Huib during ; Y
filth beaninc1'moillt.. ,,011'\1111.: of Finikin In and for lilllsborongh
; av: .: hold a convention on the fair\ .groundson I Iqnnty, In aeause tlinrem pending, wherein ils term of offlie. ThU first elootlon" for members I

i'"' r 't tJ.If' tPgetber lgvarlebyt{ .: pre Wednesday( November Ta'th\ ,John II. Moody. and William B. Uvnd..ua.'co of the Legislature after the latlHcatlnn WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDAThe : I

,N 1,: f, JC Y(, li4oer4 :rhe \tnerlC:.", .." partner. trading ,under. the firm name o( of shall,thin begin Con.'lt.ltlou.on| \ the I Bret and> their Tuesday term; alter of olllce the Mention and repairing: Buildings: of all descriptions given personal :i''t,

',: 4' tn \uent,however eliminated ,filth ,The champion herd: of Holstein cattle Moody A Henderson' plantlffn and p, L, first Monday; In January. after their election. attention. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED; i '
r. W' lending In the trio ft pd-*s a Alderman IH dctcuilunt,,, I Have levied upllna..1 ON APPLICATION. All work well and
faster ?,, I of America la expected as one of the Upon ratification of this amendment to proUlpUy'I I y
e will at auction front ot
sell tuUMa ID\ Die
| done. References given if '
It fottnd that .the fever had the ConHtltutlon the Governor, and with "
result! wan I attractions In live stock court house" dour ntMunil| flurlda, between
t '' "e ;beenjatd,1.9Jt j.i .tatifylng\ to aee. ,- the Ivifal hour uf? .kale, oa (be third tiny of the consent of the Senate shall appoint threemore Completely Equipped for First-Class Plumbing:
J ustlree at the Supreme Court, and each
'that the Cubans are coptlonliigthe: work kMr.<< J. A. Uollpway, representative of November> A. D. ltOi) : the Maine being the whom hall have the same power and Residence on Evernia. Street., near Lake; Front. P. O. Box 361.
first Monday In said month tt>> the highest 1 R tf
theM -
sanitation aa. mapped! 101by I the 'Ludden Smith Piano hall receive the same compensation. ... each
Campbell ,and beat bidder fortech, all the right -41 tie
llb pi It hag of the othor Justices of the Supreme Court,
n lla1W1? \ ijtborUa4| medal the Florida .
Hon.e"ofera a gold to and Interest of the defendant 1> L. Alderman.
each of the Justice 10 appointed hull. hold
U a'month since took
been over clilld of who In and to the following: d""rJl.le'l..al" <
12.years age plays office until the first Tuesday after the
with their\ own officials,' -and estate located and being; in the County of
.rg. ; in.the'mia.ureaor' : I a piece of Piano music most saUsfactorly Dude> and State of Florida tn-wlt: 'An 1111. rlqn herohaabeett!>> no l lapse exhibit the above house urthu\ colt ulpceust. : Ul* aucessar khall be
I I at the pf onthe divided, ons.t.aIfluterr'Ittq. ( th. i outh forty.YO .
''of the health; \ \ \ elittttuT and; q'ualUlwl. 'if It t shall be .....
protection public *orovdd ..... ) i
Fair tbe ( ( ) I Ull and twelve'l BUILDER
I |
grounds -
during! faIr, q4)1.01 -- _..
| t"or
{ > by law the year 11105 andor -
.Theyare'carprlqg;, opt ,tha,rejjojatlouj! ; +\ ( ) 01/ VUltk ore\gn4rd f"lut'j-twO(! (WJ.Cty : \
oo. '
-T the subsequent year the Legislaturemay PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISBEP. ON APPLICATION .
Rme1} | of Miami ford| more B|>etlc.'aUyetwribeil |( *
et'.1.tllf. IfL bterea! : \ !!! !
: ekp.MQ i provide by law for the election of such ,
Build jyianufactqrlna Enterprise; .
ealj'pf aa.1- \ ; an. follows; DpBtn at the North WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA
t OK to s ;Jn Jlava' gf"course lumber of Justices Of the Supreme Court a*
east tlunuf JIUIl>> Street 1-s.ti
four or five casea that were brought\ 011lJlpdtol.l Florida needa more! manufacturing corner it may determine and prescribe their term
sod avenue P. run North (forty.11 (45)( feet).1theoOlO
and people are so loath of office not to exceed. six year; Provided
'' / Vcra CIUI conl hardly be 1' why run Epet ono hundred (11 00) feet;

eounted, aa the eates'were serer j"llow. fa I Investing capital! in such Institution thence run" South lort.lIve1.11). feet; thence 'Court That> the holding number office of Justice at the lame ol the time Supreme shall
I II that we cannot understand run West one hundred ((100)) loot to point of
be to others .nd were one thing
ed to of danger be .
# ... not less than three, and 1 shall not be
carefully Isolated l "" ,:there 'is" hardly a localhy'in ,the State pgl&nlno. being a.. above stated the South greater than el.l.* and l'Ovldotlat\ no
orty-Ove trot ol lots 11 and 13! uf block 1:1:1If. : :
t hat do** not offer superior advantages" 'Jifsffce of' the "Hupreuie' Court eilo by such
Dr. :Porter said Jhe n W Juwteriologist'for -
fhal',\ City 011\1110..1. according fl l'l\f|\4 Mmdu\ VVA. \
the' Legislature be his
an oXt of !\ deprived'
: >"thei State Board ot Health I IoR14 for.some special !line of industry that .'L. !KnowltfliHt'! \!\ -, pad r..orll"'ll\1\ .| \ the oiuce during. ; the term for which he waslerted

}rrlYF II' the Ely tbS! week. "ltd rould Iftake/ ('he loha ltarjts prosperous fflce of the C err( of the Crcgltl( .O'lt |la and ,, \

Iqul4 left: hla oncers} bet*. "' Tbe bapI I and cqntepted if such a.u Institution way for meld DadeCoMUty\ e,!ceptlno; however a Section 4 of Article V of the Constitutionhereby ,,?
leD (tU( ) oot for
( | andojrewi
aluy way Ingress( '
> jdward Anfl. nauguratetl I The want of capital seem ''Is. ulhunded so all to read a* follow: .1
(erioligist selected Pr. of persona 1111'1| Mullfcles. reserved qu .. .-
The majority of the Justice ol the SupremeCourt '
jade, an t.p r\ \\q 1.br'If4l'or"....p I t o be the main drawback in letting these ha ENpr sloe of tie| ulinve cJ-""rll"lot.', Or shall for the I
constitute a quorum
Times yulonTh Pod ltlf.elJ, pporlppteg I | | ..He! flprrflant, but this lat "o much thereof\ as will tie neounsary" ; to ransactlon ot all business But when there J

---,, ..... +.- ,1 ,!mistake There in \plenty of idle ...tlsfy said| Hiutlon JOHN and KUHOCK ousts ( hull. be Hlx Justice. of the Supreme: ; Court, the 7 I 'I+Or '
money In ,almost every cqmmunlty: to Court may hear and determine case andiercl 1 1r
sdleas ,Orange. : Sheriff ot Dade County, Florida
f Inaugurate some kind of a manufactur e any of It* powers when sitting

There baa b en for sometime' ,,more or I fog: establishment. If you are not strong either in a. body or Iq two dlvlnlona: \ \t/ Milder I
of the .'ich| rp'! slat\ a : Ve prescribed by
leas discussion aa to the origin qqa majf\
I Enough to put in a big concern put in a aw or"b uj the rule 'ot Raid faurt not In-
seedless orange and! ,tbe introduction of I small opt, ."d\t'\ WIll| gradually!\ \ and }N.IotjQQ O o ot{ EteUau on"(sent tnerewlth The concurrence cif a

(flte aa1athill"| tlP.'as.l lltelt} p jnuchbopfllarlty I!naturally ftvvt) 'P' magnifide! | \ wou.ld ni'''|i>rlty of the members ol the Court sitting l
In Callfprnfa.?. The govern( : In my reuse wherein the Court shall alt a.*
literatnre in re:l 'tsol.lsbI\ \ projneters. The taw tuateriaj To the Sheriff o| Dade. ,VjI"tlt,. State "r I'no body hall be necessary. to a decision;
went bnAMwRed: j some t {le right/ at }hand in many places to Flnr|"lf" and when any member of a division of the

lard M tfffe' matter sad several Californiapapork form the pucleus for I gpod{ Pitying fRtertarises I).. |It known that I. I], CLAY CRAWFORD, Court shall dissent. front the majority of inch

claim' t to have discovered tbe anil It,in a shame to let them He Secretary> uf State I of the StaW uf Florida, division on any quetlonuch question ball
original Importer of the fruit. The Record do hereby give, notloe that a be submitted trt the Court Bitting in & body.
Idle or go to waste when we are Importpg -
is in' possession of a l little dodger: ,, GENERAL ELECTION The number of term of the Supreme (Court
? ,
i into our State the very articles that and the time of holding the .a.ine wb,,,1\\, be

printed lu thU city; In 181 ,,by the late couldbe! manufactured therefrom. Our Will be held In Dade County State uf Florla. regulated Ity lair:'{, AU \eyna *ha'fl, b* held ,at

George W, ,Ellwood,. gr., who died- of people are too slow to grasp opportuni- < on Tueadiiy next succeeding. th> fret he.. Cupim'artlie l \.'' { \ State

yellow fever In 1877 and algned by )him ties; !, that surround 'hem' aud; peem' to be Monday, In :ifqTvmb'! \\1\1'\, A. D.\" \,qp..a!. u'I'" *adn ( ARTICLE\ !; XX.
: the following amendment to the
perfectly!! } wjjllng} to pair |1rl ute IRe Constitution! the State of Florida..., and the "
(",(,' fwsert! |N a tale| city.' 4gtong>> tfte ,va: afotc enterprising people qorth of u>, Fourth! : J)ay of November, same I Is hereby agreed to and shall be *ubiiltted Tri-Weekly'SalUngs Between

fretfeVdVertlsed we're the! "fat. Angus, who do not have t\l1fJ1\o! :\ opportunities Fur one U"I'reentlltln| > | o| the Hevond1 Oon.gtvs to the elector 'of the State .at the

' tine 8eedle: sthe, Bahla Naval the >et. that we have to grow' rich and powerfuas ..lfin..l IMklrtot> f,| Florida., the Fifty.elghthCongress General, Election: In 100 for ratification orrojuitlon JACKSONVILLE, #Q NEW YORKCalling
China Mandarin or the. 110lteISt., t... : Section 8 of Article V of the Con.slltntlon
Michael the Dwarf : manufacturers.. The list of enter, I at Charleston,,<*.,C., bath ways.
Dwarf For" I Secretary. of State of the State of Flor la hereby amended eo III tg deli
Sweet Seville Maltese, Blood, and prilICs.tbat could 1 ,be put into operation ida. a* follows: THE. FINEST( STEAMSBIPS IN TaE COASTWISE SERVICE

Myrtle Orange/' In Florida that would pay Handsome For Comptroller lit the State of Florida. 8 ct!'jn; H, Th In tbe early seventies and antedatingthe dividends and build cow For one" Justice of the Supreme Conrf! uf( the Jl u. ..bu II be.appointed: by the Uovernur -
) the Senate and THE
which all California authorities 8tat of} r>nrda'or | jarid'conQ.rniet by
time -
mnnltles la entirety too long for Ha I! {\9 try who'hall hold; their office for sin a.rvlc'e ;
t'\ Q Xl 1I ool C< 't''.Dlt.lolor% \ the years Direct Betweeu'JACKSONVILLE. :
declare t that {fee; Bs.hla'\ { or ,Jjsyft} 'pj! SI.>* tq ennmerata" apd lye want tp see the Qtate. rnUfAa'\\ ;| Yl The senate shall\ bo divided by the Legls- BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE.
wc, bFrd:: tliA'' 18 e #f r.two ; at its Ore* regulaii session alter the .
tf. ; start made: |1'1 earnest wh"eu .all will\ be Fpr one Mpmbpr of the ttquw ql Rl'pl"'pn| dater "
was }'II ponimunlcatipn\ with (bejlatsrJ t js4 anrprised at('the ,swift I manner It will taLlY' 01 tl1"ltJlII':\ 111,1'111, aioptoq| | of til| "auction Into the elah Ju.. AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
lck and on his order dint to -his- '.i, 'UA F"rTp15 Aesiseti! !. dlalftl\ ('I", "Ita. aod iineVjudgH shall be a* (ailing at chrJe.ICIU; bath ways, "
< spread; Florl4r!IIPIi are.entirely Slow for '\'nn. Collectur, slgnrd to ..aob' Circuit.. Soch Jndge shall
perlmental, garden In California the for t eirpwtt&ooj,-Lakeland News For County Treasurer bold at least two term of ale Court In each \ HKAU-WKBKI.Y;

flrst naval* and' seedless oranges that For Cnunty, Purveyor. county within bis ClI'cult8yery yeas and at SouthboUDd 3 ;- From Lewis' Wharf, Boston

were seen in that State. Tha :seedless For Five County Couiml.*. lonertt.. such time and place as shall be prescribed. Northbound From. foot of Catherine Street Jacksonil.e.
originally a freakof nature for three. Maipljers of )the County Board of by law, und may huM upeclal, ,, t\lrm\,
orange Public Instruction. I The| qovl'fll"l' ipgy\ (\0 by\ discretion.
was discovered l inelhp Orgnje grov>> pf a temporary exchange o( Circuit by JOHNS RIVER: : J LINE
For Justice ot tile I'eape tu awl fos! ''the fqlllMustlcftOIirc.t \ I ordjar CLYDE ST ,
e Dr. Andiew Anderson by.Mr.'jptm Mot .pN'T 1 '; *. fUt! p I Iflborll thejeepacfiveJudgeaorurdepayJudge, behold :
retQlIJ It h'other.b34ayr! : 01" Mr.: ) twotxl. I u1 u1w : Dl\l\Ibtlrff.\ 01 fie.. T, nq.inb.Br. 8- | | one ur more. terms or part or, part* otmy Between Jacksonville and Sanford

from thla'tresj Mr. Atwood'ap- I pgmber' n, number H, auqipef. IaaFacCon.tai'leIgn I term lu Any other Circuit than that towhch '
Pudding Get 8H Idea that this U a high at Falatka.: Astor ,8t. Fraucll.DeLand( ) Blue Springs and;
shall Stopping ,,
/ l 11" Is assigned. Judge re. ,
4) (or tile 'follgwlttg\ '' ,hie" ,
stock.which ha offerer\) Placed .store because of Us all|
pnre4.th Johns
nnrsery .''oeVle.rlu''". vie t I side In the Clreult\ of which he IH Judge Intermediate Laadlnga on the St. River
for sale In 1873 and of which b. sent 41 ,around firstrCUssneua, Kunill It qumhe 9. nqiiibo 4. nomoer e, This .""tlou, IIb..lloot he operative until t

number to Mr. Wck, a"* crick Observatory' nu.mb.ar 8;, number I), 'nuiMbu IV: number the .IIII..tur8llhall have divided this State Steamer, "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"(
fame In C.urorJI.-8t.\all1ltine. Rec PUT YOUR HAT ON t,3, number 10 I luto eight Circuit .. hereinbefore provided
fur and the seven Circuit> Judge holding olive
The .n'nn 0'| theHherlffs I fa called fa the ) '
ord. ,__ and nntloe of the at the time or suet division.shall continue ,19 AW1NTpp: ,TO SAIL AS FOLLOWS ..wLeaves
,,.t.or. ".01 stroll .down. this way law requiring them to cause a 1 ,"
.. look the btt Ilk I to exercise Jurisdiction. over.their eve.
takea real good through aid 1 election to published a lIow..p.p..rprinted and
To Cure a.qold, In On Day, pl ca, -Ui rt you'll, go!away In the Conuty, It than t>11 a paper ral, existing. Circuits a* constituted at the Jaoksonvllle ,3.:30 p. m. Sundays, Tuesdays Thursday's

Take Luat1Bromo.Qulal. Tablet ...' In the County It there. bo,,no nap r published time additlonalCircui.hall, of ucb division, until tbe nnalinea Judge of Tie'he )t.eav8l'Sl&uford9;30.. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
If inthaCouetythey .halleane.. at least are hagq. \
-. All druggists refund the money WITH A oplo"* of this notice to be peeled the mo C' Circuit JII'lwoe hpIlingo@gs( \ ( at the\ time of Southbound SoeUule.' Northbound..

It falls to cure. E. VI, rovd'H. 111l1l"! Definlnite idea of what it la that place 111 the. County. I'I'public 'ere ucf|\until'dtvll\ \, the\expiration sh>>> everaly ol| their continue/ then exist"'of- Leave Head.30 down.pm,......, .......... .. ...... JACK9ONVItLBt4jpra ... ..... ...... .........Arrive Read r eo np.am 'H

tare 1.i on each box. as cents. In 'I"t\ql\l\ \) 1\\'tIllt\ "J bave'bareugtnIlM.1 of of the Circuit <. .. ..... ..... .PALATKA.. ",. ... .. ... .. .. ........ Leave oopni .,
tloM and fiareful term Offloe a* Judge j
- gives: aocaituw cai ,con dducs; 'tt peapia tbe: .it> my hand and .ntJft'd< the QrratHeal log respectively' In which, ,under ouch division J aaao: ':::::::::: : .. ... ...... ..a....ASTOR.. ..-....... ... .. ...... ... .. .. Boyer r ra
the State Florida! atTulIubaiHw ,
Q| a .. .. .. .. ......... .. s '
.. 'r
... .. JL.ST. FRANCia.e. eopmw
be Included .
all his residence I O.m.
store It's as simple aa, a the oonnty of may ; ) < !
the : .
Sala. Capital this the .
Per l. ;
.Large. Schooner and Judge. for the additional Circuit shall .......'?.,! a'1... BgRHaFOKU (UsLANDl..e.0.t.( .... / ueo..n
first. |nay 4 of Poi'tenllnr> A, D. 11IOW.II. : .. .. .. .. ................ .. ..
te4" oa ''Suniy 3outM be appointed fur a term equal tu the unexplretl poo am.: .......... ?. ...5.: .... :Ultra apa'N08. it ooam n

_ completely Two-ma:;> overhauled repainted OCMTrigging : SHPEH01RN. CLAY CRAW. pf FOIUt.Seewteyy Btatn., term of the pther Circuit Judge upon 30 am... ..... .,.,....,. ... .........gANPORD. ...................... .. ... ........ 3oaiu 1Ardve&

: and new set of sails. We are particular fn everything.We To John hocll.811..rlll. ,Dad County.. sufb each Circuit division Judge being shall made.be two The salary tbou.ia.adjeven of General. Pasaanger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville

BAST COAST HJMBSR,. *.?"> SCrrty,Co. buy tla.beet drugs we caa hundred and fifty Collar\ ,.

17 at ".' ,Kaii..lli.. FI.. find ana dispense them properly. KNOX. IIATS-standard: of the worldat s ,'bp\ V"cft"1\ > ('II cqrnullnnw: with "al"plIIPo'ell *. HAdEETY lltllareS/, Bast'n fws.. New A Yoik.t.;. T M, IRONMONOKB ale) West Bay 8tJaoksoi.vill, Ast't Uen'l:,HUM FIs.Agt (

-- r" "I ANTHONY; Rgcfl. "I\IO\ldml''ts\ sad tbe canvawlevlaratlonii Tub,,D. HALEY Local' Frr. A U C, J'. LOVBLL: : A..' Ha. built.>
.. and returns thereat hall boo xootUogauSI, Jiuiksnnvllle. Faa. llognn at., Jacknonvilla..
", Y.. N r' You Know Wha,{ Yqu Are Taking subjected l to the sam 'regulation and ra.strlotloos JOHN J,. llOWAUO.rtuixjrlnten Bu Jackp<,inviila.THKUO. ..Umwr'uotlloiaB

Tie date qn the.\laical pj' jr9tt! .papers. When yon take ,Qrqve'a Tastalass avaraprovided by law for geaarul '. KUBB. WM C"YDIG OOonurnl r
vlectlonc: tlt./IIta./ of Florida Manager. UoBersI Agents,
It tells you joat to what time your .ul-!, Dimick ,&RieeI.! Chill Tonio because the formula la la Testimony" whereof have he..uuto..t CbeseboroiiKli Uullillnir'IH atata Strait, cppoalio Bittery) Park New. ]fork. ,

.criptlen,(tea beau p W-- All subacvibera plainly printed on every bottle showing my hand and affixed the GreatJLTlU > ,

should aeeUhalLtha dataxia chaagxlafUi that it U simply iron and quinine in a { :: Seal of the State of }Florida at

their and should $ tasteless form. No No pay Tallahassee, the Capital this. the I
sending remittance cute jocts.
,tRSCRIPTIPHARMApY rlr.t'Dsy> of August A. D. 1OO3.
notify this oc |JIlt la pot.pchiagedR\ ,. H. CLAY CHAWFQnjV SUBSCRIBE: FOR THE, SUN
*.' -If *. "" '... I ", It -'' 'I YOUJSG'3: ;IIAS-hope, .better made JOiN FKOHOCJ4, Secretary of State '
Do yon r'eid'the Tropical Sea t at $!. .. ANTHONY BROS.. 4! I ITO \

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In Which >Mr. T. T. Reese of the 011"I (10..t.1......'' tram 1P.N 1. TH i "J'tU ', ,' ?
t'I'' East Side Divine services.at the aaptlsfcb' ;. -' .-- '" ,, I.." ''' '. .,. i; !'}' .. ...
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I Sunday.tU a. m..ndyr3op. *,,}! .. I Richard ,,.., I I ''J. ,;t"'i"( I \" I r'' '
'' >r .' ; ." tu'mectlpg ... ',eldldJal'\ *he. deceased, ; S ?: /THEBeSlNBBAUt
< Conspicuously : I i Sundftychool 6 ioa. rr ; \\1 "AR ;'' \ ANDQuXuTYTHATIT\ "'HAS
; ITooe, cnui to blxt! death'bJi* A<'gubsho'trquld
.' I : ,ursday..enll1 at 7:30.H '' 5 '" ;::J :VER IBERNPUR' PRlVAliEOE/ TOlOFFER FOR YOUR
at t bands 'of't': pa'riy'lia, ;,. ,
: ".1 A' titns'a icent! tease story of bf pie thrilling'Cb.ic.agOA.tnetlcancont : ,'Interest: .AUar. ''d 11U.t"d.v, p omo..*HwWkWsV r\ "rplI"tO'. :.t:f. known.-! '' I ,; ,.:;j'I';,' ;""J' ? 2 .- oINSPECTIONiIWJk ;; ,,C N ? a :t i )TARUMNSIQ i
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% ) whuh Mr. T. T. Reese of the Beach "''' "ON TIIETRAItyI'' ; ,'" t : ",, :"'",' ''I.Hi: "' :

"I. Glut"one, o( the 'prominent residents 9 f _', efvChurch..'\ M': '' 7v, ''u 1'etttgjnry' was; deliberating' a par1: ,' EVERY' LADY"" :; ,G.RY' ., *'Yi i J I 6tY:+'a.r.r b\\ I1NE' '

the chat Side and a select party of bears ..'' ''*', '. '' ty. Wiled by Officer.McCuent'W. Whid- ,. :l"" t + .1,:.. 't V11"
at ,, 'cirr '
P Preaching U 111. ..., ? "' ,.. .p"" I I I I I. rnII'':' r tl. 5"' I" +
: figa,.. Mr. Reese bas been spending o'clock. det.> and TV lllgbsmltb','went 10 111* < :' '1 \ ', '''' It. .'" I \\I ,7.. ,
Y r the biinimer lo the North"and 'West'and Usual Sunday pventng School at 9:45: a. m.ptgoj'tAvlaaBtl4al3:39'1'eAha'?.:ao ';atoclt"hunter;' !< ,where ,t'fpofp'rtpjis! '' ''1 m1'1 ,....("'1.'.i S.t., (i O TSFL: "R'a"II) ".''by ,G' S"'riJ'' :,)'"
barefooted : ...! ? : : I"
,<: it WRY generally supposed was enjoying : person wereplain, ) .W"b.".. l ., '1 "" !/' .'" I.. t, ,
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vdRey. '. '
!, a quiet and Well earner lesf'Red'hbusy C.! Fred Blackburn pastor. : i In !the' ssnttwttrrq{&t scu/Ile\JJ'llitb.tofr.' ,(. I ,.,. : ',"";'+- l.t l aufeIJ.J 0 IIItters J : 1_. .".. 1, r rI

+ be bob serenely ", Comatoclr/toZolr"platel They ,. .
.1. winter.but now up ; ;war 1 "\ 'j'l t- .P
'. !' la a great Chicago, 4allYI? oas' SIt>f?th$ 4'I..t\ t Congregational'Church" f o :.*:(* .' ; lowed through tile'palmetto'scrub; to the'cooni lr'IQsl41t' dr I, .. ''\".\ t1i"" .,

4th heroes in the following tale : : road hnd from,,'bere'acrtM6 tdP16ter'etailoa : 4 y"' .'x./11 ..,.,ii1. ,. .4..
.i) Edward R. Bradley president of :Ed; Services\ the.Wwst PRIm Beach Congregational oii tl'.F. E.; 'C. R iUayf --r---: --' ?

.\''t\, ward R. Bradley & Co., wholesale tailor { Church at it a, m. and 7:301p. : n re all; 'trace t .yess'oet.agd} ,dtpupq,, )' '' 1 Fireman's, 1jctln'lC:, :" t" 1 oq.lp.toK keel :: 4R ok 4r9xoaaglimitt/ +MO)| .vpx| J,

+ at toy: Madison street, to-day received ni. Preaching by the pastor Rev. 8':: coclule4;! thaf tbe, fleeing( {,, nip, h/td Only nine liirmliera reiipnnr.leil rAtb.-, A

from Bis brother John R. TJrajlleji fun D.Paiues:| 'I"I.t, I ;: 'rCJfII\ : f \> ( :, .:''gone either north of south, on" the ,rairoail. (- roll .eatb'at'I t<"I'i wuNetfig'ofthe(. .. ( FireD ce
t' particular of a bear fight in which the Christian Eiltleavor ai 6:30 p; m. jI I. Returning over the trait the med )partment, 'rnes.1ay'tlljbt' cin8'vrrj' G. Stroh' Company

lattt.-r: and'TcT. Reese ,of .Pa1mBeach, I ,Sunday.school at xo a. m. 'j 1 found a -cap that had evidently been little busiriesfi, other,thnn routinework,

I Fla engaged at Jackson Hole, Wyo. Song'service and pastor's Bible class I I'dropped\ ,. by ,the murderer. An ,y fam: wuq f!\ aCQolpI'tbel-l1! Tltq .JD\-eJIDW; \ i' e '
Aiphonfle Daudet wbo in some of bis Prayer meeting on 'Wednesday. at 'iuatiou ot the door, of. Mr. omstock'shoure presided over by vice-presidfAt', r J>r a I ( ,

wildest moments (land that is saying a 7:15: p. m. ; showed that the. lock bad been M. G..G.. Carrie.; with Sect'elary"GardJ. w., .. (2'ERiES, '
., good deal for Daudet,) wrote XarUrin All are cordially tnvlted. broken by bitting' the'''door a l severe ner'at his post. -"' ' ,' "

of Tar. con In Africa" as a model for blow with the muzzle of the: rifle;''for the the!: lilfauteepfOheNT\ ,etoumeeingwere ( *aid Products .

t 11$ tellers of stories about killing jbig game, 1 'RrrSoclal! I.Evening.? imprint of the muzzle was plain to. .be ,deadandapprovedreaanrer. ,- .j. ,.. ncy M< ,

1 ,( never imagined a combat half so thrill The second of a series of social evenIngs .' seen ; a round barrel of 31: calibre ..As for 1 "' .Faber, reported'"funds'' 1on < j

I 1 ing in its Intensity and fearful in Its re- to be a feature of the life and work the shoes left behfnil! they were identified haud'to: the '''amount"of >2<5,Is'? ", .whlcUwas o uraiaund, P revisions]

v j } suits as the'battle between five :prom(- of the ,Epworth League: In! connection by .Ml'', ''j.' ;. W.1;, ,Spltzer :is ,a';' pair: ,o f ''accepted. '*t ., I if 7 .

"- meat grizzlies of Jackson Hole'nd Mr.. w1tt/lbe, lTethodst, cbijrchv, waij held Anthony,, Bros..' t'.walkover"! ,brand,, and ,The SlCret.wbo, was Instructed at : W?" &

Bradley and fats'friend'Mr.'ReecV.; last Wednesaay"eenlng at the pagonage ; evidently bad not been worn more than the < last t meeting 'purchasa;. certain! K FFERSON, BLOCK '

It_appears that.tbe two huntsmen,:were < .:K. v, and Mrs .Blackburn had two or three)' 'times: Mr,. Spitzer :ayii gymnasium supplies, staled 'khat'' afttr 0" 1

I; '!. ambling through the underbrush outside their home prettily decorated and lllumlnated tbat,:''three!' 'or.four'pairs'werq'"fold; : by. conferring: with President 'McCinley, /"o \ West Palm Beach Florida.,

Jackson Hole's corporate limits' when for the occasion sothat there him last "weeks: ..acting upon.hia advice he.had decided *o r, s er'ase' '

,,; they descried a bear. While,; was not WM.. nothing{ lacking for 'pleasure of Ti-n'MOTIVBJ' to secure prices from the II.> and r7ao1a0110roS1oitottoitoiroiroir4irtoa0ttoiaailo7toUCk07to

,, \. as big as a battleship.. it was big;enough the' --Leaguers jnd their 'guests.. A Various theories are pu(,,forward \as tot W1 B. Drew Company- Jacksonville ; 1o9ro9tOS1

l 1 for all practical purpose, and in a jiffy choice program of music and readings \ for the dastardly deed. .M.. before placing the order. Upon' motion,

,: the sharp report of the. Bradley and.the was"given.a 'thdfJroniectallJnj:>i hymn;; Hone! was a man without enemies, and It >was' decided that'ln' the event; thDrewCompRay's

Reec rifles rang ;out on the.-cold: and had been sang and prayer ''had been off the theory ot'iettJnlr{ moms 'old''griev( prices were lower or Insure in'the' Old" Reliable Stafli
i frosty a r. ered, by .Rev., Mr. Blackburn. :'lI.sI.ampng'reod ance'Is set aside at once If I it,was 'robbery ;- Sit ''low aa those of the...Chicago bouse,
The bear came on. 'With him came \ a 'five-minute paper on that was planned, then it is strange the J Secretary be insthfcted to place the Germania Life Insurance Corona
I four of his nearest and dearest bearCrlends.
"The beautiful life of Francis & Wil- orderwith, them.
how Mrs. Hone'escaped, although that OF NEW YORK. ORGANIZED IN I86o.
lard which was so well,''written that it theory s sortie weight ''In' view' of'the I ''A gill| 'from Mr ,Ql: A. Kenney for $5, For particulars address G. LOPES UAILEY '
These fierce beard had been' broughtup '' ManaRer-for.GeorjfU umlFloridaBox.340
will appear 'In print,shortly.. Another occurrence at' the ,home ,of Mr.. Com- for' copying ,the minutes' of several
Palatka Florida.
I on Indian guides, but their looks interesting! 'number,WM( V personal re .stock where the house ,was tbotojghly meetings! wad ordered paid. ,
showed that theyentertained no prefudice miniscences" by'Mrs. C. S. B Haney.. : ransacked ,The application of Dennis Fen ton

against white meat. The vocal soloist ''of the 'evening was 'fUKPUkERAL.wUndertaker'J'B. .' for' membership, which was filed at the GRAFTED :,J
r Neither Mr. Bradley.nor".il3. friend j f Miss Conklia sang-with-cxquisite : 1 last .regular meeting was voted upon Mulgoba .'' ,
t Mr. Reece wes ready to be butchered sweetness and finish Calvary" '' McGlnley'prepared I by ballot, and he was unanimously BUDDED Marigdes.'Largest .,,. ? ,

I to make a grizzly holiday Right yet Other pleasing numbers.(, ? e..readings the, ;boy for burial 'at noon,, and; the elected! a member of the Department.The '' Collection ot Crotons the:United State :PaJms) Phyilu

:t lIanl1y ',bey' banged away'' ''wlthj) their'I l,by Miss Annie Metcalf. aid:tMlas.A: ge. funeral, :wa )held,] from, the 'InnilJIjr) name of Frank C. Caldwell was thusete.; All r t grown. Full Line' of Citrus Stock
artillery and right royally did they slash home ata4o'clock'the, ervicesbelng
1 vine and a recitation 1>y Miss Miller. presented for membership and was grown on High Spruce Pine Land Address,
with their hunting knives. After '%\: Mr .'.Blaclr barn played a piano solo and conducted by1"' Rev; S. D. Paine, ''pastor filed for action at the next meeting, *

struggle in which victory : and members of the choir sang duetts of the Union Congregational'church. under the by-laws.. JOHN B... BEACH, West Palm"Beach. Fla..
+' the caprlclousi// The interment at Lake View' Cemeterydid ::
rotated from them to and Refreshments The
quartettes. by of hall
were report the and gynaalum ,
,' the bears back them not take till o'clock < @+
to they not place 5:30
I I no means an unimportant part of the committee was heard,it being in substance .
of their enemies and disabled the two I program and after they bad received wben'darkness bad set.It. The scene that progress had been made. f-.... .
others that all could 'do"toss to at the 'grave was weird and Impresslvn1i f$3C&C&3V !:;' '?"""" J".
'o they due attention the amusing game, called On motion the repe-rt .... accepted and .
crawl borne in a repentant mood. I I the fishing excursion was played.. The the estl''(. .. .A few 'ckarllll the executive committee-was called to A When You Need R
The pelts of the three whose Jives singing of Good Niaht, lanterns cast a fitful glare on the friends and *
brought ibis hap meet take action upon certain matters -
were a sacrifice to their skepticism as to and profitable to aclosed; gathered around the open grave. whilea
py gathering. In connection with the report, one Mantel
the power of heavy,rifles will be brought J.. a & ," solemn stillness reigned save for the item of which wan the selection of a ; Tiling and Gratesraw:

to Chicago, and persons who are cynical : Harried, voice of the officiating minister who performed site for the proposed hall and gym .
about bear stories may 'look at the the/ last sad rites. The choir of J
nasium. Write for' ; ,
CHAPMAN-ASKBW. Ai Palm us "-
pelts and be convinced tnat'all these. details Holy Trinity church of which the de-
;t are the truth the 'whole truth and Beach Florida, on Sunday, October, 19 ceased was a member sang "Nearer My It.was suggested that the Departmentconfer Catalogue and Prices "C' '
nothing but the story 'as told by Mr. 1902, by W. I. .Metcalf, notary public, God To The" as the earth closed over further Mayor and 1

Bradley and bin. friend Mr. Reece. Miss Gussie Askew to Mr. A. B. Chap the (casket and not many dry eyes were insist upon the early removal of the FLORIDA BUILDING SllPLY"CO.JACKSON41LLE

... man, both of the city of Miami Florida. in that gathering as the benediction was tenants from the fire h.lI. which suggestion '>A>
was agreed .
f The local fish houses are looking forward Enters Stetson. pronounced. Messrs. M. E. Gruber L, O'Belrne made Tome timely FLORIDA 1

to a busy se.son. and are making Marvin Geo. Wellington Geo. G. Cur- remarf ..
Miss upon the Importance of members ,
Edith Newcomb, daughter of Mr. ,. -
rle and
t preparations to forward large ship Jas. J. Hunter acted as pall 'l
and Mrs. C. N. Newcomb of Riviera, bearers.The attending regularly the meetings '.,
f ments. Some fh are now being taken left last Monday, accompanied by her and drills, and said that there were
from the but the rush will deceased was an Englishman by
d ocean begin for DeLand ,only ,a few who were prompt in these
mother where she is now :
j t the first of November, at which time the enrolled as a student in Stetson Univer birth his native place being near Chel duties... BOND & BOND COMPANY'INf Z ',
open fish season for Lake Worth sets in I tenham, Gloucestershire. He was born Following Mr. O'Belrne's
t sity. ...____ September 29, 1859 and was thereforein Chief Chambers made a motion that this,, ( Oit1E'OEATED.:; ) )
11ANIIATTAN'RTiANTH01'JV'S I Do you rea.jf' The Tropical Sun'? his forty-fourth year. He' came to absence from a drill or meeting three
the United States while a young man, MANUFACTURERS OF
consecutive ,
= times without good and
settling in California. About eight years

.tITY1/F111111n111J1/Fmmay TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'E ago he came to Mke Worth built the expulsion.sufficient: excuse This subject motion any was member offered to I LUMBER LATH AND
present house, afterward crossing to SHINGLES[
E as an amendment to the by-laws, to be _
: Ecgland wherehe married Mrs Hone;
docketed for action in accordance with
whose maiden name was Mary Jones the requirements of the by-laws, and Flooring, Siding and ejIIRO0 Brick Lime and Cement.
E She is the sole snrvlver, the three children '
Workingman's the motion prevailed.The -
born to them, all having died in IN1 8TOCJC-- .
meeting. then adjourned.Everybody's < .. ,.
L infancy. Mr. Hone was a naturalized
E FriendJrr \ citizen of the United States, 'but never OFFICE AND YARDS 3.11902 '

took any active part in politics. He ON F. E. C. RY.. '

> c was, in the old country, a member of Column Between Poincetta St. and ""
Lake worth- .
n' = ; I
Is theCarrhact the Church of England and la thin ,,-<," '
E Overalls country, an Episcopalian. LOST. -- ra t t4qr'

Sheriff Frohock arrived In town Wednesday LOST-Green leather pocket-book; '
at.lnln small of .
sum money.Reward
: morning and )Immediately on return to Mr. Schafer, LakeFront Notfthettd People '

1 e ., charge of the arrangements for trackingthe south of towu. I l T

murderer. It has since developedthat

E E r 1\ .)11i) ,' 'fore Cloth : the stolen shoes are the property of FOR SALE. West Palm Who Beach are thinking of building winter home

',' : Ir" William Melton a colored man living at should WRITE to" ,
lJ. : Riviera who reported their theft MY NEW aFOOT LAUNCH. Oak .
,z I .. curly throughout. Staunch and J. M. M.
d 'Better on Monday morning to Officer McCuen. speedy BR0CK: ,
: .iitI.i '! Made : If taken at once, will sell for $575J.!! FNS
Other stories have been told -on the Don C Morris, West Palm Beach Fla. Architect and Builder
streets in connection with the affair but ,
Better. ,'Material 3 3I the officers of the law have the matterIn FOR RENT. for Plans and Specification Contracts' tot any site ,building
whether hotel
or private house
band and personal '
I they can be entrusted to care and super '
= = vision.! : Address West Palm '
Beach Florida.
leave no stone unturned that will result
{ I WE HAVE TWO elegant Lake View iXJ) 'OOcg
t" ,
1" In
j l J t" bringing to justice the slayer of Rich. Cottages for rent for neat season _
= .> if.' I ''; '.: i." '. "' r I. ard Hone. i 'one for6oo and one fartrnnimr< >1....l, ..
E Than Any Other SYMPATHY FOR MRS. HONE furnished Also one pssgJve furnished Cottage n November, 7 rooms' t,. '
The bereaved wife has the heartfelt 'for the summer ; ly per month. j. B. & :

h l .;. Overall on the Market sympathy of the entire community in Tropical Real Estate Exchange, MCGINLEY co.
Lnr, "r l her hour of sorrow. Her's 1 ia a sore trial, 4 IS oa: tf W. I. Metcalf Mgr +. :
but kind friends have done .. ,
and are now
.. Strictly
doing everthing possible to lighten the First-Class .. ,
force of the blow. Mrs.. Hone for the I Political Announcements.$

present is staying at the home of Ur. House-Furnishings .
t Bros. I and Mrs. Geo. .Wellington. ,
Anthony For Town riarsliaf.
---S t I Draperies, Window Shades
hereby announce myself u a candidate ,
f The Strike' la Off. for ra-eleetloa to the office of Marshal of the '" Wall ; .

West Palm Beach Palm Beach Miami j The striking anthracite coal miners, town of west Palm Beaeb.Fl..,and elected, Papers, ,
promliM to do In the ,
a* I bav n-
in convention .
A .Mmbled.J1.ve: decidedto dBavond. to do In th. pact, that to, to I go back to work and leave their difference charge the dntln of the office to the belt of ,
rt't' to be settled by'the court of *rittttioe > my ability. W. O, DlBEIUtY.

;4 I selected: by .-reeidnt ROOM.elt. ,and Enamel, Goods t

The work of mining coal was re
'ANTHONY'S snows: Bunted on Thursday but not much will For Town. Marshal. :freight Prepaid Anywhere In Dade County

ARB ]: be ready for distribution till neat,week.Meson. 1 take. this method of announcing; myselfa 'Jefferson, Block WEST
.LICNT SALESIIItlN a Mndldar for'Towu Marshal of west l 1-11 If PALM BEACH
,K iiCJ;( . Palm Beach al th. municipal, election to b. I t
s.r W. M. Blackmer and I. U.Burton.of held on the Bd day of NoTumbor. If elected
; ,\' I promise to discharge the duties.. I 'I
j. Delray.were in town this of thsoflta
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.u. uuua.ei..4AAAAAI.A.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAA. boaloeas.t to the bout of my ability t I SUBSCRIBE FOR THE

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