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: March 22, 1905
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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C: Hl'Vllf' HEWS TROP1CU.,IstabllihiJ'SUM ftb.H o :/ ,.:::IE:] ... .NO.9. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, MARCH '22, 1905., PRICE 5 CENTS WHOLE NO. 1069L ,


The East* Coast Railway Everglades Yield Rings, ,

:.:t'' TO' BUILD, SIDEWALK Have Five. Beads. and Curious., 77 ACTIVE

The five' new' locomotives, recently The following, credited from the Fort

built for the Florida East Coast Railway Myers Press Is going the rounds of th%::r- r
At 'the regular meeting of the City the Improvement\; was made, and while by the Schenectady Locomotive Works This week the annual spring move: trade, and thus goes the forward march
State and it for whatit
-Council last evening an unusual. amountof tbeyown, it they are liable, but immediate will soon .be installed !and put to 'the is worth press, without we republish'placing too much ment in real estate holdings/: was inaugurated i'of improvement in the business center 4i
routine 'work presented itself to the action is so'as to warn Innocent
necessary heaviest kind of test in
hauling freight credence in it: by two sales, made through the i of town.
board, and the session proved a very purchasers., trains between Miami and- _
busy oneto\\, :*'1 also wish to call your attention to which will be sufficient to Jacksonville demonstrate, "Many rare gold and silver trinkets Tropical\ Real Estate Exchange, whose The other sale, made yesterday, by the
'" has of Spanish make have been found In the of each Tropical Real Estate Exchange is that of +
Aldermen I'arriah, Sirkln? Potter,Wellington the fact that no ordinance yet' been their'capabilities. U announcements bargains appear '

and McDonald were present, and made in regard to the 'smokestack nuisance The building of these locomotives shell mounds along the coast, particularly week on the last page of this paper. the Campbell property, on Eyernia '

in the absence of President Baker'Alder 'and the sparks are still flying became an absolute: necessity new on account at Mound Key;; but that a burial One of the sales above referred to is street. W.A.C. Earl,of Elizabeth, N.).,'
mound should be
discovered in
the won- has purchased this site for a winter home
man P&rrish preslded'over the meeting; from the top' of the Electric Light Company's iq
of the traffic in
immensely large vegetables : that of the R. Strlngfellow lot Clematis
item derful Everglades, that are at present L. on after having passed twoseasonaherewithhis '
The first Important of business chimney.
and fruits
points south in the
signed several attracting so much attention, seems ..remarkable avenue',directly opposite The Tropical wife and daughter and finding this? .,;
the with
was presentation of a petition, ."Mr. Karl. Kettler has territory traversed by tbe cast Coast t.
--not so much on account of Sun office, to Faber Bros ,one of the town all that is claimed for it as the ideal
by numerous property owners, requesting others protested against the taxing of road. The placing of these locomo '
new the distance from the coast but becauseit firms of busi- for winter residents
{in most enterprising young "Cottage City"
that the Council either pave or shell individual shows who exhibit the hall tives in "commission to will
Lantana SO speak, is wonderfully strange that such a : ness men in this town. These gentlemen I Other sales are on the tapis, handledby
company as the mound discovered in will erect this and reliable real '
spot new the ; at once arrange' on energetic estate i1-
intersections of the avenue with Nar.. that under the circumstances the protest tbe business in in
question a much more saw south 'of Lake business block of size firm and
grass Okeechobee their purchase a next week will likely see fur
cissus street and Fern street. is a lust one. Would you kindly consider satisfactory manner I
i should have been selected demands of ther of and
as a burial and proportions to meet the announcements sales transfers
Mr. W. F. Armstrong, "Jr-i defendedthe this matter? One thing is. noticeable. As them dt, y
place. their market and these columns.
fast-growing; grocery ,,
before the board, "Yours truly
petition sbowiog, very nd increases extra facilities are far: "The discoverer of this mound is Mr.
the vast improvement that would accrue "GKO G. CVRRII" .(Uahed l the ------
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y people. !| Stafford Powers! of Labelle
from the opening of the thoroughfare. It w red by Alderm Oh Tin has been done until at present the com* accompanied by,Wm. Pool of, who the was des of- silver which be did not bring in. J A TEST CASE''

*. It, was shown that while the street paving and carried that .the City Attorney be pauj has some fifty locomotives and seal same "If It was the purpose of the Spanish
place. Mr. Powers in
u operations were being carried on this instructed 'to take the matter of city I era! thousand fruit box: cars and --an day, and showed was town on Tues colonists, or whoever 'they were, to finda ,

n. work could be done at a coat of about plumbing In band, in accordance with |equipment valued at several million of from his mound. us many trinkets dug secluded burial ground, they certainly Of Very Much Importance

373t ; the Mayor's suggestion, and give his dollars. succeeded, for this I I. the last place in
_________ ____ "He informs that
us Pool and himself
On motion{ :of Aldermeu: Potter1' and opinion'pn"the same. i the world that one would think.to select Throughout the State. tt.d
started Into the rich muck lands from
; McDonald the work of paving Lautana In connection with the plumbing matter .4 : ...'A. Rare TreatA for such a purpose." --
South ,
h avenue was referred to the Street Com the Marshal reported a case where a Bay looking for land high enough
Next Thursday1' night, March Mr.Cbarle's to,, "'garden truck. had In 'the .
mittee',With power to act': property'owner, whu wan, charged with 33 grow They pro- Inside the Keys. ejectment suit of Judge J W.
Robert Hatter addressed the Council f3o for plumbing, had tendered his tll'xesl' Hammond l-'rye. the i popular ceeded three-quarters of a mile south Malone vs. T. J. Youmans, at Arcadia
It 'lecturer on Oriental subjects, will through the Information is given oat, which is of
present saw grass when they were Judge J. B. Wall upheld the contention
relative' to the city having .charged a for 1904, which latter amount had been I
of entertainment refused Marshal for the' many features of tbe RussoJapanese astonished to find a sand mound loo feet considerable importance to owners of I of Gov. N. B. Broward, made in his cam. 4'
license fj for a certain by-the reasod
y I' which was given under the auspices 'ofthe' that the.Council had so instructed him i war In a most realistic manner, at In width. How the saud came there wasa small craft plying between Miami and paign speeches and announced as one 'of
'the Opera-House. Mr. Frye uses a powerful mystery'as the deep muck is too soft Key West. It is to the effect that work the policies of his administration as Governor ti4
1 Red Mea In the Saturday at a previous meeting.
Opera-Home '
f evening., \ The Marshal was Instructed to get an 'moving picture machine and store- for any conveyance to travel over it, and on an inside channel 'among the keys ,' that the legislative 'land grants }
that in opticb'n, with a 1,200 candle power light, it is' evident that the sand must have between the two points named 'Is to be to' the railroads' do not hold good as '
motion! prevailed the Order of opinion the matter from the City Attorney
Red from taxation 'in{ for showing ru-iny of the battles and ,been brought from the shore of Lake pushed forward with view to having it against land grants made by the trustees
: Men exempted
,.actual war scenes, taken by artists on Okeechobee. completed and 'ready for use at the beginning .of the State's internal improvementfund
this particular Instance': Notice was given of an amendment to
; Vf. 'tJ the spot. Illustrated songs 'and many "Upon digging/ into the mound a few of next season. All low placed ii
,, ; C.Slb'weri'w"aa granted a permit for the ordinance relating 'to the collectionof
from humorous features enliven the program. feet the decayed skeletons of many hu- on "route'will be dredged so as to Judge Wall instructed the jury to enter t''
: the erection of a one-story concrete build. licenses opera houses and trav.
.The press And people speak in the high. man bodies were discovered, Mr. Powers give a uniform depth of five feet to the a verdict l in favor of the plaintiff. The E
i lag/ ; to be erected on Clematis avenue, cling troupes that give performancesunder :' '' the
most'of distance thereis
'terUla channel. For
',' : the Tropical ''Sun office, the roofs. ,eat of the ntertahiment. The estimating 'that there were 200 bodies case will be appealed to the Supreme +(
opposite* Columbus(Ga.)Enquirer-Sun says:,"The there. Among these decayed remains of already a greater depth than this, so Court and thus a test case will be made t
building to Lave a frontage of. 25 feet TQ B ILD'A' DOCK. : actual' war scenes that' there win be ''but a small '
tuany which were an unknown people were found many very before the highest 'court In the claims of
;. and a depth of 65' feet, and to have an Dr. J.::E. Liddy, representing the Lake shown and explained in an exceedingly mysterious'trinkets of gold, silver, cop- amount of'' dredging necessary: which Gov. Broward, that 'the grants of lands

iron and glass front and tin roof. It will Worth'VWcht'Cltib(; ,''asked{ 'permission to |,iuterestlll uaau' y'by'Mr. Frye., were per, glass and bone. I can be done comparatively small cost, to the railroad, made by the Legislature';'

t" be fire and water proof. erect a new dock at or near the foot of ', received will real'appreciation J Judging "Mr, Powers brought some of these while the time taken' to' complete the are invalid and that the State is entitledto

'.. ELECTRIC FIRE ALARM! 'Poinaetta street, and tbe request was from the ''repeated: encores, the en* relics to town with him, and showed task' 'will not probably be more than recover the large tracts of land thus l ;'

l'' A:;.communication< was"rtiad'Crom Chief granted:! t tertainment was thoroughly enjoyed by them in' the Press office. These relics three or four mot ths. The work is to conveyed to the corporations. ; '

-Cbeathatn, of the fire department, in regard "report from the finance committee the? large audience." The Tampa Trial consisted of a piece of cathedral glass, ,be done under the management of the As this question Is to be fought out as y

to the proposed electrical connection %: showed that the 'sum of $12,339.51', hid une'bys: "It was'one of the'fineit ever Spanish 'coins, pearl beads, white and Florida East Coast Company, which is a one of the policies of'Gov. Broward' '

of the fire etatibu with the pumping I been spent./on 'street paving: 'and that presented in Florl a.'. The Tampa Her blue pearl glass beads of various designs, positive assurance that it wilt be"well administration' and as the validity of :k

station, two bids. for installing the work le 8tblO f 1,000 would be required to aid,in commenting; says: "The hall was ,enough solid silver beada'to form a neck done. The new route' will hoof special all the railroad grants depends upon'its

; having been submitted.On I complete the paving of every street in filled to overflowing- it was Indeed lace, from the size of a pea to that of a advantage to owners of houseboats and I' decision, the decision of Judge wall at

motion the matter of initalllng the i the, city. The committee recommended much-interested and pleased people.1' pecan nut, one bead representing the parties traveling in Small launches, for Arcadia assumes an Importance through

..yl!tem' was; referred to the Fire, Water : that five cars of rock be purchased for Mr; Frye' comes'' !id our city under the head of a dragon; a silver cross over two the reason that it will furnish them witha .out'the State. .

i, and Light Committee,,who will act.with. I future use'and repairs, and on motion of auspices of the High; School, and .a liberal inches in length, all band beaten; several route comparatively as smooth as a I.- y..,_I.-.,., ,9.

Chief Cheatnam in the premises, and Aldermen Sirkin.and Potter the engineerwas share of the proceeds will go to the | shields, large; glass beads, some. In the river, with an abundance of ''peculiar Circuit Court Adjourns. ,1,

+ ; have installed whatever system may be instructed.to purchase! same. school. Tickets are now on sale by the I shape of hearts; a sickle of hand-beaten tropical scenery. As the waters teem 1
'The street committee reported that the Admission 'silver with fish of various kinds, there will be The spring term of the Circuit Court
deemed beet.CblefCheathaai'ala&reporled. pupils. 25 and 35 cents. Re- with a man's head on the handle;
"' having streets which had reeentl; 'b en rockedwere served seats at Model Pharmacy, 50 a number of solid gold beads, similar to an opportunity for tourists to find pise* adjourned at Miami Saturday night./

inspected all of the fire hydrants in the now being rolled, and that practl- cents. __ those found at Mount Key, and a variety torial! pleasure always at hand. Besides after a session of two weeks, during

-city and found them in firat-claaa condition dally all the streets east-of the railway of silver articles, that are difficult to de this the new route will be of great value which time an unusually heavy criminal

and in'this connection he' reported tracks'had been completed., Bicycles for.rent at 20 cents per hour- scribe. from 'commercial' standpoint as it will docket was disposed of.

that a test'of "the water"pressure showed chairmen of the street committee 10 cents'per hour after the first hour.R. "One of the most perfectarticles Is a furnish people engaged in the coasting There was also a heavy civil docket
M. .B. Porter's Bicycle Store, Olive street. solid silver ring trade much'safer in their which was not touched at this session /
that excellent service was being furnished further.reported: that Dr'J. Munyonhad if with Roman letters engraved a route plying '
f by the company. declined 'tdpnf down sidewalks oti the inside there being several vocation than that outside the Keys, at Judge Jones having found it necessaryto 1'

LETTER. FROM THE MAYOR. along his property fronting on Narc1.sue When you waul bread''tbat (Is pure and letters and then an X, followed by several + present used, and at the same time the go to'Titusville' to open the'spring

street from Poincetta to Banyan. wholesome, do not forget that the placeto 1 more letters, and so on around the distance between the waters of Biscayne term for 'Brevard county. Judge Jones ,
The following communication was received Alderman 'Potter acting* as special find it Is at the MajewskI Baker entire ring.- There are alsq several 'or- Bay and the Island City will be materially wilt hold an adjourned term in Dade S
from Mayor CurrIe, which, upon .. county in Jane for the hearing of civil
that made shortened. Tbis'route
) committeeman, reported the plumb naments of bone, upon which were in connec-
motion was received and ordered filed: ing1 for which the bill had been placed in Ftne line'-of latest style visiting carved 'cranes and parrots, that bore a tion with the opening of links In the I cases exclusively.

"" Honwrable City Council-Gentlemen: his bands for investigation, was done on cards and latest' In 'letters, at ,The resemblance to Japanese work. canals to the' north'' of Lake Worth will I The last case of Importance to be tried

( /r I wish to call your immediate attentionto lot 5, block 17, owned by G. G. Currie. Tropical Sun. Call and see sampler "Mr. Powers has also many other art!- furnish a continuous Inside waterway: the in Miami was the case of Bruce Andrews,
/ that the plumbing work that with the murder of ,F. Lovett fat
the fact charged J.
The following bills were then audited .. < .4 ,"' .. .. whole length ''of the East'Coast, some'
r ve city did in connection wittithesewer I Miami!, i
that will be
certainly appreciatedby
and paid : thing
Ordinance ''la rapidly becoming ancient HALLANDALE I On the before the evidence of the
B. F. Carter street sprinkling $29' 46 GROWERSPAGANIZE ; parties desiring to CORSt'along' by day
history, and unless a lien in' eaca'partlc"nlar ''' '' prosecution was submitted and ott Saturday 6
T. J. Campbell, shoeing horse I 75 water at their leisure amid the tropical
case is filed at once the city will J. Wilson, repair]jail i' 68 : FOR( BUSINESS beauties to be 'found along the whole the evidence" of the defense was
no which they can tn' and to the jury
the weal
have real claim upon Light Company, lights 116 66 length of the peninsula. given case r
depend forgetting a return of the money '-" ate an able charge by Judge Jones'The :
F. Sheen, pay roll, street work 1099 24 -- ------ '
.upend d." R. :E. Seyle, street work *i8 coOn } Worth TryingThe : jury retired and after thorouRhl7'cooslderfDg

"This matter requires' the services of 'motion of Alderman Sirkin 'It was r( Last Friday the'Ilafaadate'.PacEing I ln December: President, J. M. Holding; following might be construed to the case came in wits ayer- y 1

the City Attorney. ,and I cordially' advise decided that tbe work'of sprinkling the Company was organized at Hatlandale. Secretary. H. R. Kepperley; Directors, apply to'this community as well as to diet of guilty of manslaughter

Y you to nave him consider the ordinance streets and other street work should There was a full attendance and much T, J. Wofford, H. Kepperley, J. W.. any other: "A Kansas farmer said he got The court imposed s's a penalty a fine" a

and take what steps are necessary. Un hereafter be under the supervision'of the Interest was manifested. Wofford, Charles Ericsson, J. W. Moffet. rid of rats on his farm ID the following of 150, iff-'default of the 'payment of

leas there something oq recnrd againsta marshal > I' The organization is strictly mutual and The company is not yet a part of the I'manner: Ou a number of pieces of old which Andrews la to serve three years In '.

a lot on which plumbing'''baS been done Council! adjourned. has as its object the betterment of its Consolidated Fruit Company, but if a shingles I put a half teaspoonful of molasses the penitentiary.The /

you will not be able to collect the amount -:-- .' members It sects to have a regular satisfactory understanding can be had and then with my knife I spreada two-story brick atore'building on'

from innocent purchasers of the lot. 'I For Sale. packing-bonne pack of all fruits and vegetables with the Consolidated it. is probable (that small amount of concentrated lye and Clematis Avenge, known as 'the' Wey'brecht

am one of the victims myself, having .so that no purchasers need be the two may unite. placed the shingles ruder the barn 'and block' has been'' sold to Mt: John i;' '
secured abstract of the lot A mare, fifteen yearsold; good; seven. afraid to buy its pack of goods I found ,
first: of all an sight un The .officers elected will arrange at cribs The next morning forty Freeman, from Cleveland Ohio./.: Mr: jWeybreghtisuuttingupane.residence
on Clematis aveuue, formerly owned by tyfive'doilars cash II. S. Pennock. Been There are other numerous bear once for"'the packing and handling/ of dead rats, and the'rest vamoosed and ; + ,

Tony Goett. It has just been called to West Jupiter! F a. mnS-tf flue which will accrue to Its' member., the crops.-'While the acreage around left for parts unknown. I'have cleared on.upper Clematts avenue, Into which he t!
xoy attention the past few "'clays'that I such" as the purchase* la large. quantitiesof Hallandal.(is 'not nearly..o large as last several farms of, these pests in the same wilt move as,', soon aa it Is completed: !*

4 plumbing work war done to this proper- Finest display of candies !In the city at such supplies" as are needed,, in the year there are slue fine mall crops In way and have never known to fail.' The size of the new.building will be a3_', r

propose'to pay the amount, I do not be- Everything In the printing line at last but not least a closer personal as. growers of long experience that the crops stopping the depredations rabbits and rooms. '
could lawfully collect it sociation of its members. will b 'more other destructive animals as for rat*..
Jieve that,* u The Tropical Sun, and all 'work" executed. not ; than aj per cent,of an .

{ 1 om .nyb' I". There,are some lot holdt ,. In the 'v.ry neatest and ,latest The following officers were elected to average crop. The indications: rare that JV I*. VrOlnley. undertaker rand' wa Miller &, Co are ,.arranging" to light. '

"I \t who are yet owning the lots on which style of 'the.art. ,serve until the regular annual meeting tomatoes will, be" very' scarce. and high, bealmet. West Palm Beach.. Flit, ii their' slorejbjf gas. s,
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THE TROPICAL SUN book the world over such an act tuI 4

J./ 4 that? We know of none. ""urlngnatiots New York Woman Wante Her s.*. THE I... "...,. !'
Pioneer of Dad 1 11rA
Paper County Florida. '
\ have made pence to Form Labor Organizations
,b'/ ship and good will have been ro Nw> York 'March 20.-To organize/ .

: Published Every Wtdneaday and Saturday\ stored, victors have returned surrendered the working women of New York intoa .

1 fl;: ... '*.\*.*t PALM' AOH,DADA' COUNTY.FLORIDA swords; but where is there an union and to Inaugurate on aggressive SIRKIN CO ,
I campaign. In their: behalf Jlls i :
N1 .,' of flags having ,
instance captured ; Gertrude Rarnum, daughter of Witscan I
been restored? The resolution came Born urn, formerly a 'Judge in DCSS/tS TO MEN l S 4x 1

at first to those who had won then Chicago, and who spent some years In 'cI

Tropical Sun PtmHshing Comp'y, with a little shock; but it Is right. the' settlement work of Hull house, I I'

,' CHAS. B. KENDALL Manager.Kntered Gradually the spirit of magnanimity/; ia that city, has opened headquartershero -
on the l lower East Side As secretary I I
and the recognition that we are one
of the women' trade union
y' at th. Pouof ice ot Weat; Palm Bead people which dictated Grant's termsat ,
aa aecond'Clami mutter league, MJs Barnum boa called a con. '. .,
"1; ? it Appomattox, have swept away ference to be held next sumtner\ when ... "

li, \ ', "' THE RETURN OF THE FLAGS. every proscriptive act and every dis- .the problem of working women will .a.'.

1/\/:,\ The most commendable action of ability growing; ; out of the war; and be discussed by persona from,all partsof Were Your Feet

S. I'L' now the North, through Congress,. the country. The general proposition HOW ,HARDWARE: IS MADE
i \, the United! States Congress in passing toward being that public opinion should Ever Tickled P
this last
x .1 lays offering/; perfect support the unions in their effort to has ft whole lot to do with its value. If, it Is lI'1adejosb to sell, it '.Q i,

i the bill restoring; to the Southern peace and reconciliation on the altar organise the working women. ia not much use. The kind!) we handle ie made \

States Confederate battleflaga cap- of our common county, and the men :MIse Bom-urn declares that a'quarter' They will be,, and in a most pleas- FOR SERVICE. ) :

who wore the blue say Amen. of a million: working: girls and women tng:wav, if you wear one of "

tore bjr the gallant; Northern troops "Take back your battleflag,brethren ia New' York suffer from every possible OOR SHOES. It Is the kind that gives OB yoiy friendship apd you satisfaction.

/ s during; the Civil war has called forth' of the South. We yield them to industrial eviL They are, aha Every thipg we sell will do what la required of It and do it! for a good

kindly and patriotic expressions: allover your keeping/; willingly/; and gladly. says, treated unfairly work In unsanitary long while, and it doesn't cost any more than tb/ other kind at that ,
places, endure long hour and
They were ours by the fortunes oi. '
I p beloved Southland. The Jaw and there ts a vast amountof
; our wages In Elk Soles Hardware r
war; they are yours by the right of Irregular employment. Hatchett-DaCamara Go
!I'' r battleflag is thesoldier's truest Inspiration the magnificent courage with which ,
or Rubber Soles ,
Retailer of Hard
Wholesale warn
( to Talor and glory. This has defended them and the ,
you by gilt
Palm Florida
;' led the Cincinnati Enquirer to publish of the nation with our hearty concur- and Leather SolesIn West ,

a touching; article in reference thereto rence. Cherish themand teach your Declares a Wall Known French Phy.

," children to revere them aa emblems slclan-D o neraey Traced to It. ,
which.we reproduce: and mementoes of the brave deeds of New York, March Alcoholism!. la any Color and ,

w r ".As far back as ancient Egypt and their fathers, and teach them as well steadily becoming worse In France, Material and Joo*>o-oo-o-o
t' ,' ,Assyria we find standards used as whileit is disappearing elsewhere, according

j' symbols of nationality and rallying to again rejoice and with invincible ours that under we are the united old Poltou to assertions in made address by Dr., AT'SOUR; 'PRICES JlURKUARD'l"S Wart Palm. "_..Muroh. M, 1008. >* .t.tA
JDuplessy a public
points in time of ware and they come starry flag of our [fathers." cables the Herald's Parla correapon. Not Palm Beach Prices.

,I to be regarded as peculiarly sacred. dent. The speaker i. a. widely known Two For One ShotTWO tJ ,
I The Roman soldier swore by his en physician."To I ,
sign. Drapery was not greatly used AWFUL CALAMITY IN the drink evil," he said, "could THESIRKIN 'I'"

for the purpose till some time in the be traced the gradual disappearance P PACKAGES: of Pancake or Buckwheat Flour for the f

i middle ages; but whatever the emblems > WEST VIRGINIA MINE of the family and the deterioration of CO. price of oTifl. ., IB, CENT '

racial attributes ., >
t have been they have, from time .,
"Gradual' degeneracy. Is sure to result Jefferson Block any into'thewarm weatherbeeauee +1
\ of it
We will not
out of mind been striven for as the i carry ,
unless alcoholism la checked. West Palm Beach Florida
I most! glorious: trophies of war, and Those Who Go To The Rescue Dr. Duplessy: declared that drink' Is g it Will not keep in summer -, I.< ,

i cherished and preserved by those who Are Also Entombed. a. prime factor In causing tuberculosis We would loa ther give it away now, while it is {Mesh and nice ,
won them as mementoes l\.lorand and, madness, misery and crime. The later. ?
than have it i bud to throwaway
115 badges of distinction and passed on only way to successfully abate the .- -- \

to future generations as precious TWENTY-FOUR LIVES ARE LOST evil, he says, la to arouse the public Geo. S. Hacker & SonMANUFACTURERS We are sure it will not last long; at this: price. Better be :
conscience., The law of social solidarity
i heritage. A Wong them all, not even prompt and get some of the adv&ntageas we are.Already moving !
he said, had a: scientific base, "
After the First of -
Explosion a Party
< .
the inamostdesperate it lively.
guns C8 ptured which Imposed a. moral duty upon ,
{ the sword surrendered to Rescuer Go Into Mine Only To Be defend ,
charge or members of society! to themselves

: t the conqueror have been so highly; Killed by a Second Explosion-Work and their fellows from such a j

prized as flags taken in battle. of Rescue Commenced.Fire menace as- that which alcoholism now t L. w. BUBKHAEDT .0 Finest Groceries ,

"Around the flagas the emblem of presents. ,
Creek, W. Va., March 20.The a will to purchase our Coupon Books.
pig cause and country, the fighting has which tiylt, pay you '. .', ., > I'i
rescuing party was organized '
Large Hinges on Letter. Y
always been fiercest. Slipping Sunday to enter the Rush Run minesto
Raleigh N. C., March 20.-Standing
E the grasp of a wounded color-bearer, recover the bodies of the 24 men
Master Eugene Martin, J. O. Carr,
there has always been a hand extended Who are, bP Ieved to have been ,killed
counsel for bondholders and ex-Judga -
it [ by the two explosions Saturday and
to seized it and bear again aloft
B.! K Bryan counsel for commls yesterday morning, finally were able to M
of life and limb has
and sacrifice
J ever no been thought too great to prevent enter the mine today. era of records Onslow in county the Onslow are here' county examining OF 111f" "11fllfllflif" " "11fltfl1fllfl1f" " "11flif" '" "11flUf" "1lfliflifllflifllflUt11f11f" ',," " '1f PG
\ The amount of gas In the ;mine after Doors Sash
the hands of bond case, in which the county seeksto ,
t its into an
enemy. falling the driving explosion fresh air.and Into the the necessity Inner' workIngs for repudiate $40,000 bonds issued un Blinds, MouldingsAND E The. l1ie i ef.plarmaey i

der an act of 1885. According' to a ,
"No wonder, then,that when taken : before the rescuers dared to en
ruling In the supreme court both the
j it has been borne in triumphal pro- ter, compelled them to wait 24 hours Building Material,
aye and the no vote must be record
i after the last 5 Clematis Avo. and Narcissus St 2 ,
explosion. CHARLESTON S C.
cest ion through the capitals of the ed In the legislature, when voting by -f
I bl victors to grace the palaces", of ruon- Hundreds of people from the sur roll call, for bond Issue bills. In this tar Largest Factory South.. ::; e I 1 A foaming glass' of soda would r; S

I ., archs and be hung; up with Te Deums rounding country, miners and' their case the 'aye" vote Is recorded and I Send for-prlcea. 1 E taste good, now, wouldn't it- Well """??
n families crowded the mines, the men U- come and Ret it. It is here waiting =S .
it in,the dim aisles of great cathedrals. volunteering to help In any way possible there Is a mark after the "no" vote, == a, for you all the time. Is there'any rS: : j
From Palestine with the Crusaders; and the women anxiously await. which the county commissioners.con 1 == ?! t ) ( kind you dote ou t It Is here. And r-
Ing word tend is only a comma and the bondholders s:::: tbere are quite a number of new "TTfiavornandcotublnaUonsthatarefit
with Marlborough frJjm their loved ones. The
from Blenheim ;
insist la a "I," signifying one Chicano and Florida Limitedvia == ::"!8
ti from Waterloo, with the Iron/Duke; first rescuing party which entered the _vote cast. It they are right, the bonds == for angels. Yon know, of course, T
from Trafalgar, with the dead! bodyof mine early Sunday bad gone 2.000 feet are valid under the ruling. If it 1 is onlya l::= bow we serve our soda ; in good, = 5generoua
when overcome by the second explo / : jjlpsses. Plenty of flavorS
Nelson Irom battle and sea fights:; slot The second! rescue ,party reach. comma then the bonds are no good. Louisville & Nashville =_= a / lag and node. Not any wore froth a

4 on every land and sea around the ed this point In the mine today and :::;: r 5 J!!''Ii, than we can help. Come today r::: ''Y'
I have come to toe: IslandKingdom preparations NEWS TERSELY TOLD. ::=:: y Come every day ;JS
it globe; they were at once begun for Rai1.'ro -' '
and there, tattered and the removal of the dead bodies.In I, ::=:: 1 t. : Headquarter for =g

;r; faded they remain to tell the story Emperor Francis Joseph has arrived Only Solid Pullman Trainwith :; :c_ PULASKI CREAM ::s
the at Budapest in connection with the
I ar i of a hundred victories. Every country the two two explosions explosions In In the the Red Red'Ash Ash mlnlsteriaj crisis. observation and library car from\ 7lllllill1J11, ., 16111111111111111111llllll' & .' JIIIIIIl6111llllllllllll111111J111C, ,

keeps and reveres such trophies.
; and Rush' Run mines late I Fifteen hundred head of
J Sunday sheep belonging
these lines written there Florida to St. LoUis Chicago +
night at least 24 men were killed, 10 to A. Prott, has veen burned to -
rises a vision of a Confederate battle- of the dead being members of a rescue death in a corral in Chouteah. county, The West and Northwest ';

flag planted in the soil of Virginia I party, who were caught by the second Montana. t vU GRAFTED,
with mach quicker tipie than 1
S, forty years ago, now seen for a moment ; explosion In the Rush Run mine. Baron Von Hammersteln the Prus other line. any BUDDED Mulgoba,. Mangoes.

and in the EIght miners were at work In the sian'minister< of the interior is
r fluttering; gleaming erl. illmeals'
g; Rush Run and five In the dining cars, service ala Largest Collection Crotons in the United States. Ialms, Pbyllaatuua
Red Ash
ously ill with asthma
spring sunlight, now lost to sight tocloudeandsulph'iroussmoke. complicated by carte. Finest dptng-car service in, the
Aboutit mine when the first explosion, occurred weakness of the heart.A South etc. .AH pot grown. Full Line of Citrus Stock

Sunday night. Five or six: hours number of towns In northern New Leave St: Augustine daily 8:30: a. m. grown on High Spruce Pine Land. Address f
rages: and! surges; back and forth, later a ,party: of 11 rescuers entered Leave Jacksonville, daily 9-30 a. nf.
York are partly flooded JOHN B. BEACH West Palm Beach Flu
!' one of the fiercest struggles of the Rush Run mInes to locate the dead as a result of Arrive Chicogo next day, 4:30 p. tn. ,
p They probably spring freshets In streams running; .furl lye St. Lords next day, 1:33: p. m. \
in'termlu le with had back
war. Blue and gray : gone 2,000 ,
by them. Should the flood .
condition Also Diow' -
'etuF feet when the second explosion occurred li., II"d:1rJ from:: Jnrkeauvllle: u.tflb'tHUG .
hoarse cries of: 'Down with grow worse, heavY loss might result. r( on 6 6o
and It Is positively known that : p. m. train tn IHrmliiRbum.' Nii"hvllH! xtoetortokaetoetoasoatorostostossoko toxoleolecteoteotao7eo7eoleo7eoiaoa .
There are buvage thrusts with bayonets : The Mexican Cable I l:;v nllvlll...St LnulH, Lhli"" *tu ,".1 on H.A. L .
all are dead, as there Is no possible company Is M na ft, m. train to I'enencoia, Mobile anil ;
and cuts of swinging swords"" chance for their about to lay a new cable from Galveston New Orion. nil. o | 1!

?' officers: fighting with clubbed muskets After the first explosion ecape. miners from to Coatraco&lcoa. It will cover .1n&.N'KMT:". Bcrvloo la desired uk l tor ticket. viaL o G. G. Strohm Company oJ* ';

/ and all the wild excitement aol, neighboring mines rushed' to the all a distance of 800 miles. The now on Fur or writ rat's, :Pullman reservations, tic., call .. .

'; bloody scenes of a band-to-hatid con fated mdne In an effort to saye their cable: Is, necessitated by the increasp; I UK O. K:. Hr.RRlNO.Fla.rnHH. .'Affrnfc.2OO MrV \ ott oo ,
In business.! : Went Buy I>4t.,JiiekxonvMlo J-lurlila '
;l flict. Slow Iy the gray line gi ves buck, comrades On account of the gas It
was considered unsafe to enter, the Ground has been broken! far an 11.1 l ld o FRMILYGROeERIjS r"N
"t K. B. Porter Olive for
when a Unioneergeantseizesthestatf: I uo to street,
N .
mine It Ion
today, but early Monday eight to President Roosevelt's Saga *" '
full dead beneath .the 'famous Hartford Urea. o tto
of the fluff only to
: old and experienced miners, with safe more Hill borne. The addition yt\\\\\\

Its fold..; then a boyish! young private ty lamps, entered and cased up some be 42 feet at the base and will makra i' Fancy rood Products

l wrests it from the ground, and, un- of the entries so that fresh< air con brf great improvement in the appearance Woodlawn o

hurt, bears\ > to) the rear. Later it forced !Into the mine. of the"house. ttV r ifS

was carried under escort.of; a" guard The rescuers had 'gone about 2,000 .Sidney P. Johnson, an authority or Cemetery Grain and Provisions* .. : i.So '1
feet Into the mine when the second chess and for twelve ..
of houor, with u blue silk ensign! of years editor o' I.ot can now lie obtained In the new come 5. '
the State of Georgia by the explosion occurred, or less thaw halt the American Artisan a hard war,' terjr at WONt Palm De ; the distance to where the miners had ,trade paper, Is dead. at his' home Ii> K. MOSES. Agrnt.'FOR JEFFERSON BLOCK: te o
seine regiment in the same battle tot been working when tftt i
first explosion Chicago of diabetes. Mr. Johnstonwas O'. 0 ,
corps headquarters forwarded, to occurred. the champion chess lit Ito
player of C: o West Palm 'Beach Florida ,,
the War Department, where, with .There is no l hope of recovery of any llnola. SALEWest 1\ I

t..' ? many others, they are kept today. of the bodies for many hours. The Palm Beach Lake FrontA It o '1-190. 0 3 I'h'
Red Ash and oMoasolsoito olaoteoieotaosioreo7to>tcOgoteo>tofeolroSaohoteoteoAotaoyo
Rush Run mines
connect ,
"Now we are told that they are all dmlralil rnttnite with modern ,
yi very eonTenlncen. -
In four places. by coat DeWItt's ....
being cut :H2-V SalvoFor A.! desirable| 1'0Il"II.ltlloutb:
the States from
to be sent back to .
through being under the of mty. A piano will bonold crmai,)
which the regiments come that carried Game. management Piles, Burns, Sores. I' ,. Inquire Went U MHAFFEll.1-alrn Beech e

'' them. In the closing days of ; _n__ ____ _______ ---__-- ..
Congress, almost without comment, North state Republicans Meet. .: .

/ following and attracting resolution little waafmvsed attention:, the banquet Charlotte. to ,be N.given c., at March Greensboro, 2G.--The N. run hundred] hate wish to torepalryour II..rp'\V':: :: \ .:t' wntchesrl.sksandJewalryto Ji''W.I)::; :,h,'that one I :r..li: Lr..J : : R. ,

p C, next Wednesday will be one of the. fit/ your oven with niit'clnleii or
"Resolved by the Senate and the moet elaborate eyeghiwMM. und tn..1. >on anything you S ._' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ..
affairs of the My
of the Unit kind ever may want In my lint I am not u "wintervtetor
House Representatives given In the state. The ," but aiHimitnent icnittnnt a pro- ,
r1 ed States ot America, in COnA'reH1418. ] apeclal guests party owner I In l>u<:le I'o, and iit-rriwtly;; ruponHible h : .TOBACCOISIS'T
honor will be' Vice President Chas. fur any business you nmy hnvo .
+ eemblmJ, That the ecret8ty of War W. Fairbanks to tiniiHHct with m.. WiituliiiB nmljtiweliy v .
1 be, and he is hereby nut hoi'ized to deliver Postmaster General Cor In need of ii'iintilng may l he Mint by reiriatur- :.
telyou. Commissioner of Internal Rev eel mall. or expi-tfin. 1 will examine and report : Cigars Tobacco Cigarettes .
authorities. of tile Pipes Etc. Etc.
to the proper coat by returp! nwll-If the price la not I
which the enue Yerkes and. Congressman Joseph niitiefnctoi' inn order the goods .
'k k' i respective States in regiments y. yon ca- .. v "
: :
M. Oixon and Colonel turned without uhnrgo. I have had CANDIES \
n, that bore these colors! were organized F.1Parker.. ty exjMirience' with) anneotthe bent 4hY i ,- *, .
certain Union and Confederate These gentlemen, accompanied by II :7n New York And Bnitimnre-six: : ,
years Watchmaker ontlclim; for
1 battleflags now in the custody oft prominent public men from Urctmleaf. ft CroHhy (;0"Jilckannvule. "I
; the War Department for such final Washington and; special newspaper Tliene fuctA onirnt to lie ,auflloienl/ ajunr- : COld Soda Lunches 1 t to '
nnilui ,1 l OrdcrDuring Season
ante that 1 tun my huiineu and .
Ice Cream
9 '' ; disposition! as the aforesaid proper representative, will arrive on a special guarantee/ utlnfaotlon In every 0...... soda .

k' authorities may determine.' car'from Washington at 8 o'clockp. E. A. WALKER/EXPERT WATCtiriAKER AND OPTICIAN : Ice CreamII SEMINOI.K BIOCK, WEST PALM BKACH' I

t I "lias there eyer been on any statute m Wednesday. Jefferson Block West Palm Beach ...........a........'................................. tpi- .0 t

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JpNGSE{N[ ; C CONTINUE E.--- ASSAULTS' EXPRESS, r MESSENGER.: n ""' '''''. ," ''f

Robbery F Was th 8-m\ >po.ed Motive EyerbodyMoBu

,: Several Money Package* MlMlng.Tervn. r"
ir To UEfEAT RUSSIANS ObatlazWOgat .. March 20....--M\J WANTED.

Pruett Southern Hxpresa company

meeaenge oft Souithern Train No 39 A GOOD COMPUTING SCALED.WrtteZUl .

Russians,.Attempt-.counter Ai. leaving harafor Memphis at 8:10: to ; ,,& Green., Delray. Fie
lay, w... assaulted in his, flU ,near! n.y.wr *
tacks 'But lAra:Repulsed. Lookout station, a. 'few indies, out ol MONEY\ Tp LOAN, 'LJtDIES' 'HOSE

this city br' Will Thomas, an exmesnenger YOU IIA VE. PROPERTY THAT ;
/ wt
BURNING. this/ morning.. want to Improve and ueed money
CZAR'S MEN BRIDGES .1\ Ha claims: the assault was the result to do it with apply to Ceo, O. C\l1rle,
West Palm Beach.
of personal/ '. :difficulty, but Pru- ,
Q neral Unav.ltpb Makes a Report' to .
ett claims. that, robbery 'was the motive, FOR SALE. -. ... .. ..... ", .. ., ...' .. .. .. ... .

at. Pateraburg.Authorltles Bays Pruett waa.struck ion the head with: ____ ,1. .. .. ...
All )I. Qulatr Rus.lana Are Destroying a heavy; piece of timber and, is now: in POINT, ON LAKE -

RallroadrWaahtngtgn the.hospital, He states that two packages : SHERMANS. the Inlet, 28 acres land. I' "

) ': of money', aqd', apackage, of vouchers 10 acres garden, balance pineapples. '

,, March 20.-The Jap were mdseing after he was assaulted. 300 fruit trees, one hundred bearing. !.\tLaceHpse; ; : :Ladies'Plain;: Hose ,
40 large. cocoanut treea BeauUfal, ? ,
,. recelv.ed C&l B
+ the > [
nese legation '
today ) i :, j it, f
Building nite. One thousand feet lake ., \, 'i' .-. ,
lowing telegram from Toklo; After striking Pruett 'on the head, front. Idea winter home nearest, best \ .' ''t- ,"i--- "' "
"At 4 a. m. on March 19 our detachwont Thomas applied. the! emergency. brake fishing.: Apply to Box '155 West !"altnBea.Ch. I ', I .'" d i i Besy'' ;'Upa$ f?rthe Mon y. t

occupied Kalyimn. 2p miles nortb and. lumped,2ront' the! train. life was\ Fia, Fine Cotton Hose20c and. 25c ': '
t .. Cotton Hose .10.12 and 15o
t fi' ,
t .o* T1 Pa w. The nemy a.fterward'laltemptetS captured. and is In jail: here. ."i ,
Beet Lisle and 6Oc; '
to counter attack, but were The affair la a complicated one, and \J fR twelve TRADE acres FOR fine NAPTHA pineapple LAUNCH land Quality Thread<< ,Fine\ Mac! Tarn: Hose .. 25o

repulsed, The enemy burned bridges the Southern: il2x.preB8oftlo1a.lII! decline facing railroad near Deerfield. Ad- "' \

on the main road eouth of Kalyuaa, to, give out any statement about.- U, dress Chas. O. Williams, St. Angus- to '

and also teetroyed part of a 'railway Further than to say the matter la being tine. Fla.TROPICAL. I .

bridge. .A number of Russians were Investigated. t .. ;'' 'Ladie'iLaccaIl'' P.lain"LHose i \
found buried near Mukden." I I REAL ESTATE AGENCY ..; ,

I FOR :.} ,9", $1,
General Llnevltch Reports. I I ;>n, T. rn f> ; > '

St. Petersburg, March 20.-A dl& : Brooklyn Pastor Becomes '''Fraternal One, Seven ;Room,Cottage handoome- Best Quality, ;Lace. Lisle',, ''t-l; 1.50. 4
11' furnished. Lake front, located 300 '
from General Lln vitca' dated Member, Central Labor Body, :
patch '
Hotel. ,
I, 'yards.north,of Royal Polpclann\ :' "
March 19,'9 p. nx., eaya:. New York, MarchsarRev.. Warren ," '.:', I ,
: "The commander of the second army II. Wlleott, has been admitted Into FOR SALE,

: reports that (he has had no further membership In the central labor union East Bide lake front property, aft J i, ?

: fighting., of Brooklyn. He joined' aa a fraternal miles north of Royal'''Poinclana Hotel ....
::1; ;No reports hare been received from delegate and at the request of the small cottage; owner non-resident. Will

: the First and Third armies. I Brooklyn presbytery which :has reached /- sell cheap.. __ Branning Bros. Hose Give Satisfaction. Nuf.Sed. t

"( have Inspected the troop which ,the conclusion that hitherto the Town lots and farm lands for sale. ; tF

have arrived from Russia. They are church has not entered Into fellowship Write for prices. -, .. .. . -" .... F
in excellent spirits and good health." with organized labor as it should have Cottages and hotels for rent.

done. Only! one vote was cast In op W, I. Metcalf, Manager, -
., & THROES' OP FLOOD position. West Palm Beach, Fla:. I

,'(""'1 1'o The new delegate la pastor of the BR ANN ING' BROTHERSLadies

"t Warm Weather Has Melted Snow and Arlington avenue Presbyterian church.In ,
River Is a. Raging Torrent. an address following hla election PROFESSIONAL 'CARDS. ,

Plttftburg, March 20.-Plttsburg itla he said that the ,presbytery averred '
the throes of an annual flood. that the church 'had strayed from. the, LAW. Outfitters: 9

; Fortunately, however, the damage to divine teaching In not taking a. deeper rO. OllILLINGWOn ,

... property wdll 'be minimized, compared Interest in the welfare of the laboringmen. I ,'
(,\ 'with former years a. the vast river He thought that the church: did ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR .
t. not fully understand the objects oi
Interests railroads and other business ,
West Palm Beach. 'Fla.GEO. -
affected by floods had ample warning labor unions ,and believed. that the 444C4 I

). ( and preparations were made according time Is at hand when it should be enlightened G. CUKHII2 ,

.:,.,'I. ly. Up to the middle. of last week1leavY on those subjects' :
and Counsellorat.Lair'WRST IY
snows remained In .the upper.
250 miles of the Alleghany valley and BOY GUILTY OF KILLING FATHER, PALM BEACH,: FLORIDA If you w.nt to get for tb. ,j ? ,,._1r 4 '.1 f
1'' J.rtrJli' blsllt rewmr 'i C- e (
iv Its tributaries .and! the 'high temperature TT 1?. 11UANNINO o your' labor and' ..'''' ''''
Boy Gets Life Sentence for the Murder ''' '' ..ff_f.
I, of the past week melted the snow u $ '
1'''I'' and a warm rain yesterday caused of HI. Parent. Attorney.and. Counaellor-At-Law. / 'ill. .

flood conditions: from the headquartersto Tlfton, Ga., March: 20.-Jphn Land (OBlcB over Bank qFERRYS

,, tihla city. Already the lowlands was found guilty. of the murder of his WEST PALM BEACH, FLAQ.EO.

are submerged and mills and: factories father, Robert Land, in Irwin superior

on the river fronts ,have been forcedto court Saturday. Youn Land and his .. M. UQU1UNS, '

suspend operations. The crest of father had a dispute over a dog at their SEEDS,
and Counsalor-at-Laut./ K.IOO
Attorney ON THE ROAD
home tibme time lost -th at&ndanl after 40 ymt
the flood la looked for in Plttsb-urg.by near Sycamore Will prOlcllol la SUte and FederalCourt., ..Mt. Ibey alway. procl"
t:4; nightfall, and; a stage of 30( feet is ex 'summer, In which Land shot his father, TITUSVILLS. the largest. All dewier and *.urvttoropH. ....111bern. y is the! man who opens\ bank; account. ,

pected. without warning, killing him instantly .. Our IttOd lie ia also tbe road wealth and of
"Heed, Annual ,, ,.on,, : to.; prosperity. Many, the richest d
The Alleghany Is rising like a millrace 'His case has been on trial at Irwin W 1, 111ICTOALItr. free on rvqueat men of today started with less than you baye.
?I today, and although practically vllle since! ,Thursday morning, and Sat 'D.M. FKRRV&OO,. } r
ATTORNtlf.AT-l.AW. D1TROIT MIOM. Don't say you can't save until you have tried, ) it. Start, an account
clear of Ice, it is carrying a great deal' urday afternoon the jury returned a

of timber and debris. The ice of the verdict after being out 30 minutes, NOTARY. 8. ,COMMISSIONER PUBLIC.U. today. and. watch. ., results...

1a, greater part ran out during the earlyhoure of murder. The jury recommended Win prkGtlottln Oounty,ritatu api .derAI DADE COUNTY STATE BANK

l of the morning and as far as.can mercy, /I.Ild11,8 sentence, was fixed, at Conrta LAND CASES A SPKCIAI.VY.OittcelD ; Mangonia Poultrv West Palm Deacb, Florida, t,.

be learned no damage resulted from It. life imprisonment. TBOPIOAI. SUN Block. .

We.c Palm Buach. Dade County IlorltUA
Whites Barred from Church.. .
Negro. LGW.ttt rZ
Wilmington. Del.: .March: 20.--Whlt .' -
people attending St. Joseph's Roman ATTORNEY AT-LAW Sold by'
New York Preacher Makes a Unique
White White
Plea to His Congregation., Catholic church for negroes were considerably anti NOTAQ1T/ PUBLIC Leghorns Wyandottes. '

s New York. :March 20.-In a sermon perturbed'w'hen! Father Glan, Agent!tbe U. S.Fidelity, A duereoty Cq ,of .. Eggs and, Stock iBROADWELL
Beltlmore Md.
the priest In charge, read a letter .
e at Temple! Emanuel, the Rev. Dr. Joseph cy OUlca at corner of Uuiuati* Avenue and Narclaaii :> For Sale. Dear Sir. Ero
Ulhrerniian has made a plea for from Bishop, Monaghan. announcingthat *Street, over Potter' bicycle.toro. eb..lll1bt..Uoabt. tolutjUui r rImtlneandi
the church 10 exclusively for negro 1-4-1002.: 1WE8T PALM BEACH. W. E. GALE Managc .. (iiulltf. .trialGillette
f : the endowment of a theater wherein & "
01 ww "
Catholics. The whites have been,attending Nangonla Fla ..
t the actors' church alliance may carry MEDICAL AND SURGICAL ..
St. Joseph's at.times becauseIt ,
}, out its Idea of high dramatic: present: ; .
Cations.r was convenient, and,, they were good TT C. HOOD M. D., Safety MOOIIE
f,,. contributors to its funds. In order that 'S. H. RICHMOND Agent will entirely dlpnl It Any man a.
Silverman .hoeewlthlta readily though he
The stage, continued Dr. there might be no misunderstanding PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON had......lib...... 111......,. Tb Oil
is but an outgrowth of the pulpit, .a Potters ., WESTPALM lotte Huftaty\ Haor la C-4 Ra.... In Ause
about the matter, the letter was read over bicycle itpre Land Com '
Perrine Grant Jth..t..l..II..lid.abl1I"4 DBALER3 IN '
41 part of the paraphernalia> that belonged twice. BEACH. lUMlilonce De&r Royal: asy.. biadA4na. thin aa paper.tempered and
originally' to the religion. The Polnclana Hotel,, PALM BEACH. 13-1 REAL ESTATE. glees hardoned by oar prooeaa ao that
-.1. take diamond .dual to ..
church has failed In Its opposition to Shot S them. Each: blade glrev
Train.' TI U.krU'1'TFU.11.D.,
the theater, as it always will fall COTtER, FLORIDA q, thirty perfect sharer (ere aa grind
; Jackson Mlaa., March 20.While the blades packed and ..104
', r when tt opposes the natural desires, U-SI8-98: WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. from the 'aot"Hbcmlng. them
eastbound llmdted train oyer the Queen bbenew.AlwarsradrforuaNq _., .
neVer could have .
Jt The theater BUOSaeded
if they 'had not satisfied a and Crescent road was approaching DENTAL 1 Stropplnd j Ja C YCT71CSy .

r craving and longing for the human!\ Jackson last night some unknown person p II. HJACV L A. WILSON I 'of...lIontnd I. r
fired two shots from a pistol LL. Ton OMinot ', soul. The church Is not perfect, ta.t.IOnO.4'E. ,
give imxmnlt dellRbtfnl.hue. fp
through the rear door of the general] DENTIST .
t neither U the theater but both ue ? .,. MANUFACTURER Off, oItIle&C. toll rs.r..
: coach and made! hla escape in the Office In Jefferson Block When ton h.v. ued soh of the ;
great agencies for good. ..until dull red ancl I '
return to
d. n*
.. darkness. One of the bullets clippedthe WEST PALM BBACH. FLORIDA Boots and Shoes ....11I111.. I0.*.!" new pladw U.xohango .. C
$ S ear of H. day Roberts, a well at BO eat to...... ;,
Say End of World la Near. ,is. LIDDY Twolra wUlUemal bladed.t B rr: 1
known, insurance agent of this city Repairing{ in All Kinds, of Leatkei i; Lp Il to.. : an.Oy": G- ,
,1 March 20. Waltlns .. ,,..
;; Decatur lad., while the other passed within 3 inches Dentist1Odloe Call and .mlo. the Gins
to end and l Goods Neatly Done, It will COlt roe nothing ta. KM I. +
,R;, t for the world to come aa of the head of Hon. W. J. Croom, state ,. tint: door'west of Dade County State JI I

? advocating the creed of their sect, senator. front Hind county. The train > Bank .. $)C: :
several families of this city under tee was stopped and male passenger WEST PALM BEACH. FLOBDA Indian Tanned Bucks n

leadership of William, Whlttredge, for' miscreant.At -
,.. mercy of Elgin O., are preparing for sought : and Horsehide Shoes r s sare

the nvmennhwn, wblch they say will be Sight of Body Man. 01... BOLE A a7IIUAEl.'l.M1.tc.

here some time in April. The fol.I Cullman) Ala., March '20.-At Good _:;h.cjfh..d h:eni:>>-....-. FOR TENDER FEET

,I; lowers of Whlttredge. to preaching Hope, near here, last :night. J, M. Olive ;:;.t, NrtU oT( New Jefferson; B\\0
book ol
to the
their doctrine point Woodall droppedsdead upon, viewing an
Revelations In the Bible,. and on thtracts improvised corpse.. dosing school'exerclsea E. M BRELSFOKD I

Which' they distribute are printed were in progress and in 'one i.
from the Bible. The Real Estate
Quotation's scene a student, representing a dead
of the band all are Intelligent and kdIt
member Florida Limitedvia
man was brought on the' stage, whereupon PALM BPACH FUA.flotary ., Chicago 1 t
At 4 and well informed, and the Mr. Woodall collapsed.] The Impersonator r.es I
r preach their belief in Interesting con Public Cottages to Re nOlDne -- i
I of the oorpee. was tile real] I ;

versatlon. dead man's son. ,South fOlaolana Hotel Louisville. & NashyilleRailroad. j I Fi'I 11

r' Denl.eI.l ,
New Trial Live Wire Causes Death. -

l Washington, March ZO..-The stf Waco, Tex., March 20.-John: O. Nelson 'T. J. ''CAMPBELL .,,
t court of the United States today 25r one of the widest known
+q preme aged
;r denied! the motion for writs of habeas animal trainers in the country, was in. I Jftxri-TJp-To-Now Only Solid Pullman Trainwith TUB CJJp THAT CuERBIs ) Hlr&OV ) r.n ,TWP! ..

.. I corpus in the cases of Peter Mill stantly killed :yesterday while talking observation and librai 7 car from,
r a cup of qur tea.! Prpperly ladeit adopted l by us as soon;, as, their a
.. r and l; Thomas! Bhepperson two oi down ,a tower of an exhibition,,,.show,
the Denver election officials",wiho, were by a.'guy-wire' crossing a light'' cable' B CKS TEUNPHORSE Florida to St. I LoUis, Chicago, ia "drink no, woman can resist and value. is firmly established

t sentenced to terms tit Imprisonment bj I The' entire 4,000 voltage: entered hit SIIOEINQ, GENERAL
\" .. .' the eupremle court' of Colorado OBcharges body, causing instant death. lie,l avei The West and Northwest, fewmen.: In the performance of or, !! asDncjertakera ,

'" of violating the orders of the a wife and child In: Iowa. Nelson REPAIRING 4NDPAINTING with much quicker. time than via any .Oar tee!, i i.,selected! by apfuaj\ ? :(,trial. : and Embalmers all '

court' in,, connection with the Novem made, a specialty of educating: pooled other line. modern aids approved by sclencp or 1
ber election. No written opinion wa and dogs. ill ,meals In dining c,rs, service a la We don't_ take anybody's; word. for .
in the case. WAGONS TO ORDER carte. Finest dintng car: service in the gqod taste are ip use, and we ,have
banded down BVlltT
: South. their quality. We teat the ''floror!,
Mobile Visited by a Flood. : hesitation: in claiming that': we. can
Leave St. Augustine, 8:30: a. m, : :
Warner elected Senator. Mobile, March 2
Jefferson City Mo., Much 20.-Th. yesterday by one of the hardest Arrive Chicago next day, 4:30: p. m. an ounce. That's why our tea I IB always cost.- .
rainfalls of the year TOue rain began Arrive St. Louis next day 1:35: p. m. ;

Warner legislature, Republican In Joint session, to succeed elected Mf Mr before noon and fell continuously GEO.. HASJ HUBS ST & SON log AlHO Ours through dally Pullman from Jacksonville Drawing-room on A.Sloe C. r.... so good.. How we are able to Lady: assistant.l : 1

In torrents, flooding; the streets far beyond 8:OS p. m... train to Dirmlnicaain. NiuihrUlisE.vaniiTllle
CocfcreU',' Democrat a* United ptatei ballot the capacity of) th. term sewers Contractors and Buidars| St Louie,Pananoofa C'hlcaxo.: ( all'on S. A. I. !pelf, } It.oq, fbeaplj! .la anqther; }.atory. J. B. '
+ ':..nM)1" from Missouri. The last Stan: a. m. train to Mobile and McGINLEYPaJma
",; traffic 1* interrupted. The New Orlnnnti.. lasts. ; 4'
gave Warner 3 majority. Thi etreet car wire p. o. BOX' 304' II BEST service l.desired uk for ticket TlFor l.'rya pound 1 and.see bow it t
of,the session was fuL telegraph companies report no I.. AL Corrier.
I closing scenery Mobil and New r._ Pullman reservation, eta,call ; {
connection 'between ( .
4Ib 'of excitement the Democrats. trying t< Kodol Dyspepsia, Cure 011I. .or wrIte FABER BROTHERS
BRRRtNQ.FlA.Pami Open day and night. ,
Orleans OEO. !oJ. .
election,.of *
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SHE PREFERRED' "'''71.. ,w Joke. WEST F42,1! lJb".IJ..Gl t W I.N'TEB '

;. j 'A PIRATE court.Some Judge:years ShIpp ago in presiding n North Carolina the trial .. -.... ?." 0, ..,,_.. ... _., _2ZOTELS__ ,, ,..\...._ FLORIDA EAST COAST BAItWAT.totanie .
of a cause had been J protracted till) near SiOr494p:: C ''Cf't5f9'...i9<: -(Y1'aY4 \ :

Orlgtnat.] sleepy midnight and showed The jury flagging were tired attention.and ; qfho: JJo1Zr 'J 'Uirgi.nia Card' Ho- 59,, In Effect Jan? 30.1905.

Captain Ralph] Gordon\ And his mats,. Willie Murchlsou, who was addressing
tilt' Tom Ourlcy stood the after deok: N'JRTH.OOUND-REAO UP
: on the them tlOUTIfOOUNO-RIAO-OOWN.' +
to he
Jury thought /arouse so
of the schooner 'Swallow. Amldsblp a ,WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA v !Nicely sithated ftn

;'r girl In a trim blue outing dress with said anecdote, "Gentlemen" I will tell you the an Bountifully Ii,1\lI.tod the *) Cloiimtl"I Avvntle' No. IlIi No 35 No 211 11I0.2. Na 18 11I0. 14 Na 28 Na 113
Instantly the 1
/ judge : on
k a. Uor collar:; and a Tarn O'Shanter.c.BP Jury and the few' spectators prlckei If '.' Lake 11'ton1l.4); >miuun
Wall leaning over the gunwale. up their cars and were all attention as ',- : > : 'btel View I'pr the Royal ., ',, """';";'." -8011 P lUll-II 10011-a. 800.. L._.:...Jankeonvtlle.Ar: 180 p) 14q P 000. 082 040 a 8oIUS

"Better not try It captain" said O r- Murcblson was admirable In that toe,' V i. 1'01Ilcl"Q"l.Dd Lake Worth 'T' i !'' -' 111UIplOp P 1116&1008. 905" a :::...,.......Bo.J80k..onvl1Je..Lv.,8..AuR11 Une.......... 788 OllOp p 040p 1100. 76 oga: .. Y''

i t i 1)"It'll result In a muddle Th ae had a fund of anecdotes and no one /// Motfern Conveniences ... eta p 1262! a. .. ........7.Hast/ngs............ 1181\\ p
,i'' tiger gala ta dangerous.." Cuisine Guaranteed 101Up 1l00p IUIIP 0411. ..........Jt& U.8ol&tka........,. 111711 flip .&7. 828 v 4,
I could tell them better. But ha soon $ ao -

"Can't give It up now.'. We'T' gone proceeded to tell one Of the dullest, first-Class Trbcr4Y4r sir L\\ ", *.', Rates : ;OED P lUll ; 111811 P 1085 : .......... \ tka..L"o: :iF
\ too far." No. U!ltOp 1IIIIP 1141180 illIO& ............ '.. "...... 00. d
prosiest and most pointless Jokes pos; ----

l ';k The mate went forward and the ap- Bible Everybody) looked disappointed: I.(. Patients" Taken. '" i : $lqai!!{c i2 ,0'' --81ap -11IIp &r..Man: MateO..LY 8110p 890p '11\0" d
i 7111 a Lv..SenMateo..Ar 7011 P 706 p ter
taln paced the deck nervously. The judge, leaning over, said In an unmistakable ct+ ,e1>e'csebee.ae':: et'o: e1 te: I ,. Week \ 800. --.....- -
oplr jet Ralph Gordon wa terribly in lore tone of disappointment, (l ,', ; Per: -1948 p Ly...........No l.L'f. '11II11: 4r
I .r ...........Bunnells.u. 494 P e '
s' with Nancy Greene a shrew. 31t or- "Mr. Murchison, t don't see the pointof K "it. ,- ",<# i I11 der to tame her he had invited 1&& for that joke." "Nor I, either," replied : :+.......*.**.*+**...* .. OPEN:NOVEMBER 15 1964 1110 a .. .......Hof.lr! OrmonO.t........ 4 b,18Up \
It : ... ........ lies 458s.lap &
81101 1201
18'1' lion .. ...... .Ormond. .
: a sap on hla schooner. and concocted a the witty counsel, "But your honor S i Sis 8091' r46p 11211. ,......,.....1>aytona.._........ II all p 4109, 9085 440a.
sham mutiny to-be led by Gurley. told It to me on our way down here crh 5 palms HAUOI11 \ P 155 P ,.......1'ort Or&nRe;........ 527! P '
her Into obedience Mrs. A. I,. ; Prop.. ,0118! a $05 P ill6 l' 1205 P ...........!lew 8myr"a.......... 8 OIl P 8411 P 180. "16"illO t
i' They were to frighten and, as I thought the lack of apprecIation i } I l' ..,Oak litlh........... 8289 J' )
r and a promise to marry Gordonto must be due to my obtuseness I 434)0000 3ja( '40p 89111' 191111p ::..,:::.TltuRvllle............ 10p! 14\P( u lUll a
had been o Open. 'to.a lOll l' ......,.......lJouo...,............ 114 P t 14I
whom she long engaged concluded to give the joke a trial by 101p.\ ..,.....;I.RookleIRe............ 1101 ..foIIG a'P
and whom she bad put off from year to jug" P 416 P 1411 P ......RooklodKO Hte1. ."..... lOOp tOi p P
,,,_ : & soap 1114p ........I.G..l1ie.J. 18p 1911p lose p y
year. 1 A largo home-llke Hotel, well appointed 00 1t UXr70fL . @(!)@(!) IHtI snip, 1101 paso .:........delboumo............ 1905 P t 90 P 10'11 'P 1y
Presently Gurley walked aft from rind 'Feathered IIIn I ..t. : and beautifully.1; located glrln p 689 p I p ............lIel: >....tll..o.. ,.......... 1120 a.
( tbe comforts without the coat of i' o 1m P ........... .1:10.: Lucie........,.. 10116. ,
the forecastle followed by the crew The gauge.by which, worldly prosperIty A :; )1 3:1&: '11611 II Op 8'Op ............Fort Ploree..q..1080a. liOlp! llOOp UlIOp
and began, a complaint about the meat is measured is not always the same. the more expunnlvo one.. Situated ou, rYggs GottC:8O ; ., 080p\ ........a.... 'lbba.I.............. 866a 8'"ll P I' .
1 Lake Worth opiiemlte the lloynlPoliiuhuia 701 P ............Eden......,.....,. 1108 a 81i1 P +t >
,, .j'" that wa 'served them at the same But It does not so much matter what :; ; hotel, Wblto waitress .s al) 700 p .:.........';.J..n..Ul.. ..?.,...... 1147.. 515 pI
"i i4. time demanding "duff" three times a standard ,Is used so long as It shows MRS. N.'E. BRIdClS proprietress : ... .......8o.o.ro..i........... 1180. 8011 9 '.
Klertrlc bollb. Good fishing, buntlnecJ I pj p .. :'a.. .......... 11011 a 78180p
', week. Gordon feigned to reason with accurately the amount of gain or 1088.I : boating. ta.to'a t tli.&O: and SS.OO : Gvernla Street f : 756 P ..:.. ....WostJ.plt..,....,..... 851 a 718 P

: i 't "them whereupon they made a rush remember Bill Gassett as a'Shift f per day. 8i>wlul rate by the week. i pea{ : Palm D..h. loi\lda. 'I ,007 a 840p 880p &1l00p Lv..PalmBeach.Ar..We t.al"'Dpn .b............., 800.815.10\11I.1010a. 640p 093p! 11101'loo" 0411p ,l y' i i04.a
I 520p
Q .:'; for him bound him band and foot, and l less young ne'er do well" said a former : 000p 1I1ISp 550p 8bOp: l180p ..., ..WestI'aimBeaob..Ar. 740. 11110.. OolpIIOt : f,

f.'t taking him below locked him In his neighbor of :Mr. Sands revisiting t The Palms : Situated Near Lake WorthA p .. .....,.,Jloynoon....,... .Lv. .7190! 640 P ,.
.:f. i 10009 ..:::.......,.Delrcy ....v.... 702. 5
,} 'if cabin. Ills old home after many years' absence 1050 P ........FO LaUderd1le. ....... 011.. 4114 P
: t Nancy Greene looked upon this mutiny "but I hear he left his widow quite a West Palm Beach, Florida I SELECT WINTER HOME 4 1109 P ..........'H..U..nd..I........... 652 a 419 pIt
., 85 ,..........r..monC1ty.... ..... 5-98& a47 p
':' and'especially the want of re substantial property. How did he man- T*.4N.6441. .N41.4/NNN.e+<.: not AND GOLD iiATaa ,11911 a 1I110p 1140p P '1UOp ,........... .. ........... IO.\ a too a 840.j) 11\/f\ 1

1 t ; iatance on the captain's part with age It?" ., 110 t'OWSUMPTIVES TAKEN ..
dumb astonishment and the flashes of "lIe made choice of an excellent wife fu1toil'arlorCnHontraine20,115lRand28amid: ) BndetSleeping( Cars on' tr..tnfJ 11II ant 00bctwpen '
1- 1 .......................... (* WOOLKHOMID SOMA COOKINU 0. J..okllonvUle and Mlami. Parlor Cars on train 89 am140 between. 80...l1/rl1ttlne/ 800d ,,4r,
;a an approaching thunderstorm In her and she took him as the smartest women -

.. ,; eye.; No sooner had the captain been often take the poorest,ipeclmena of: :i>@i) New Rmyrnn.a

I! ,. disposed of than Qnrley approached the men folks" sold ]Mr.' Sands thoughtfully : }""O Zboa.mingt. M Mo WONCI;: +CD SCHEDULE BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND ST, AUnUSrmE; .a.aNo.23'

? I, her and ordered her below. Her; only "and, what's more, she made

'; .\ reply was with an Iron bolt, which something of him put some gimp into .. N..27t No.29t Nt. i6} Na 43. No Dally 3i'I :I 37; _No.99t N"3+ olnJly \s' ,

I .. be had picked up at the first dawn him and what all. Why air, when, he A. E. O. METCALFE Proprietress BoardingDeHlrable sBOUNU I} D"Uy Daily. Dally Dally e..Mon. 11."Mon. Dally:;.. D"I.I.7" E..M.n.
,4 I '
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; of trouble, and had not Gurley dodged married her all be had for a mattresswas r. AN 100041 1\1'1111"11I\ 1101"11 illoplII 800plIf 80llPIIf 026! PH 9D5PM'S
l expertly the ringleader would have an old makeshift stuffed with : WEST, PALM.BEttH, FLORIDA : '$I.AuK"'iueOOOAK10'5AI(1110 11111")( DlO'K 8M PM
been put out of the fight The crew dried leaves and when he died he had people who wish a. pleasant 16 N.. : : tEx
r place to stop at while In West Palm Na 28t No,9Bt No.Ut ND uflSy Na 4N N.301 !ha' 111t Ne 74
I roared like bolls and brandished no less'n three mattresses stuffed with : Open ell the year. Beautiful location : Beuch will find "MINARET COTTAdH" tf. BOUND. Dall7' Dnlly E.a1S1uy. Da.ily px,"l3lr8 gun: Da.ily Dally Dally allt ti.vStAuguuine
live feathers, I guess that tells - -
knives but Nancy was no more ap- goose -
j : oo Lako Worth. Bright, cliccr., : on Olive StresS between Kvnrnla and 500AM 780AM 180AM 820AM1tlOAC1140AM1210PM] SLOPS 526PMS40PM!
t: palled than U they; tad been so many the story.-Youth's Companion. Fjll'lIo Just Such a place Nice, clean ,"J"ckoonYilic OOOAIl 8401.. 8WAM I120AM11110plllHOpx 110pM 1101"11I 7SOPa74UPM
She taken : fill rooms and wide verandas. $inv, al : rooms, furnished '
finally comfortable
bleating sheep. was neatly (
io. '" Tmfu composed ..xoliislvely of Pullman or Parlor Cars and extra.neat fare will bo charged.Day ,
la rear by a laughing sailor,,whose Or****. Foot ... : rates for til a miunon. : beds; Rood wholesome food ; VERY ooiu-lica. operated on these train on which no en Era or eat fare la cbarge.l.v. .

face she could not see, her arms pinioned A wholesale oyster dealer was nixing moderate prices, are the \'8Comm..nds.tlona .

t" 2' she was thrust down the forecastle : tp a new invoice. "There are some old .......................... Only limited number of room.. .i9 ST..WaUSTINB AND "'..40 N. 25 PAL BEACO AND MlAm. Na Z.'J.lly '
i eracan be accommodated.! Table board NEW SMYRNA.. Dally Dally 0 La.11y
companionway and the hatch fellows ln that lot, .be said as he '

closed. shoved to one side some;) abnormally a ape ta.lty.MRS' ';109 Lv..St'Angttattne..Ar.IlOOAM 9811AK L'f........ re..ker8.........Ar. &ii ;; p
He picked out and C--__ 'vv vearanr FRANK DARLING.; top Tic. ,.....East. 1'.latkA.Lv.I010AM. 050AII r.Wo,'PftlmDolleh..Ar. 111131"111
Gordon'sstateroom large ones. one
There was no sound from
JO Ar..UoteIOrmond..Lv 820AM Lv. Lant..n..I.v. 816pMo
,. aft, nor was any expected. measured It The shell was eight Inches P p Ar..,..,...Daytona..Lv. 76I1AMI! !1104AMLv..FO.,.. Iftudordale..Lv.. 4u1PK r rp
i ',0 AI..Now Smyroa.L.., ,S04 II A1'.1\laml.\ ., .. ..Lv.StSPM
long.: of has absolutely h eIlIl ?
I' Bat some sound was expected from the "Theage an oyster

'!' forecastle. The crew listened! for such no effect upon Its quality" he i i ..ijiJ No. I 11 Na IsINo. lU Na I ha I N.. I Na 4 '

; cries and Imprecations as might come said. "It doesn't get tough with age' : "undny. Dally ,MAYPORT BRAN C II Dally only tlun I Ially Dally ORANOQ CITY BRANCH Dally Daily e"t

I } from an enraged woman. Halt an hour like the higher order of animals. How Welt Palm Beach, Florid *" W7 4 i; j; ;oop SOp '
ct tJ ParI fjottt.ge d L. Jagkeonvlle A.r. 880 a 400 a boa Lv New 8nlyrna Ar Z 7 8011 l
passed and not a whisper came from long does an oyster live? Well I A winter resort.that, 40.. 6.4. P I,... Pablo Beach..Lv 760 It U 20 P 444 P 10 911. 1..... Lake Helen I.v. 124a1 t 1,11110 p'
''" couldn't say exactly. I bave known pleuxe ;\you. J I 41 a II 10 P Lv AtlnnUo Beach Lv 7411 a 815 P 4 50 p11080, L.Oranne City Lv 12e3p Ollf p
f below. Near Lake Worth and centrally loc.ai :: WEST PALM BEACH FLA. 11'0 680 P Ar..Mayport.Lv. 780 a 800 p 100 P 1045.. AI' O..oReCltyJc.: t 12 BOp 066\ yOnilr ,I
Maurice river oystermen to claim] thatan ,
d Mr. Qurley said
,?p: my opinion, V "'
ft) an old salt, "that when either gala or oyster undisturbed in a neglectedcove ted. All modern linvrovoinonth.AddreHR t) : AJuulot BL-loct family Hotel with bomb HOMESTEAD EXTlNSION.! Dally N':: II 'SANFORD BSANCa N. 11r.
W ,; would live for twenty-five years Sun. Ex San. Dail Daily
... children Is quiet there's mischief brew- com I
l Irf." before It finally died of old age. And ;PO a. LvrMiemt..Ar. 1100 P 080.. 1........Tltuvlge..Ar. 1$20p
1 an oyster of the Maurice river type cti MRS. S. E. BARflAN : 645; a Ar".Homostead..Lv 1411 p 1100 a I..8antor'1..L' 1000 0. 1;
rjl she's to." rieaaant location adjoining CJty j
} "Wonder what up Box ,21 I IWetlt'
; keeps on growing all the time. I have I
i What she was up to was soon plainly Palm Beach, Florida Perkand factngf on Lake Worth. '
t seen some myself that measured nearly 1 PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL 'STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
evident for smoke
1 and painfully Cool,comfortable rooms"', with good
a foot In length. -Philadelphia Record. .--------- (' '
began to issue from the hatchway.
( tublu Bervlce. JOB* Concectloo Made at Miami 'with Steamships of the P. 4 0. S. S. Company For
K' ,,3 It did not require a long time to remove ___________ ( u

I r the hatch and for the crew toaea.mper The Force of Strong Personality. .44.4+44 : IDA. B. HATS ProprlutreBB -JASSAU HAVANA AND KEY WEST. .

down the hatchway. They Who has not felt his power multiplied < .g I' r

: found Nancy with her face up to aI' times his intellect sharp- I .
I v I many These Time Tablet. show the time at which train may be expected to arrive and donart
:' hawse pipe for air, while several of the ened and a keener edge put on all of from the several stations. ,but their arrival or departure.'the times stated 1a not Ruaranteed ?
: many mattresses piled In the -middle his faculties when coming Into contact Conmercial Hotel nor doe< tho company'hold heels responsible for any delay or any consequence arfilnir them- I

j'. of the floor were smoldering and with a strong personality which has FOWLER BROS. & KING Iro

ready to burst Into a flame. A little seemed to unlock hidden powers which and Cafe :LOCAL
For Copy' t6 TIME CARD: or Other Infor.ation .
} Si j' water put out the fire, but Gnrley'awrath be never before dreamed he possessed MACHINE SHOP "SEE THE TICKET AOENT." ..

had been kindled and was not BO that he could say things and do y

,i \; to be so easily quenched. He determined things Impossible to him when alone? C.. W. Schmid Proprietor 1L GAS KINDS ENGINE LATHE REPAIRS and PER PECIALTY WORK J. D. RAIINER,"':Aat._C.n'l.r.>...A (t4 ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA

tt; on a supreme effort He went upon The power of the orator which he ,
ij,1 deck and gave orders to two of the flings back to his listeners he first GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR difi'

I I. men. to lower a boat over the port: draws from his audience but he could JEFFERSON BLOCK SALE }

', bow then told] two others each to take never get it from the separate individuals

I Nancy by a wrist and bring her up on any more than the chemist could Near Ferry Lauding.Lake Front

i". deck. There she saw a man running get the full power from chemicals (WEST PALM BEACH,. FLORIDA; Soath e ftnRai1way ;

6 out a plank on the port side. Gnrley standing in separate bottles in his labo-

,i 4, was angry enough to make any one ratory. It la in contact and combinations -

sl d : suppose he was In earnest without assuming only that new creations new EFFECTIVE JANUARY u, roog

: any harshness of manner. developed. O. S. Marden In Li1neTHE
forms are : Atlantic Coast
i i yt Three Vestibule Trains Norti.
1 'Pointing to the plank, he said to the Success Magazine.: andwet Xo 8 :::::: '

glzh lnck.ouv Ile..,,.. So Ry E lap g jgq Lv J ackllOnvlU", Fla.,.. 80 Ity 7 45PI oOa .... ,}
.; "You well understand that GREAT THROUGH CAR LINE FROM LORIDA ........... So Ry 9601 1, 540 1 4op.. Lv leesup, 0.*. .....,.. ... So Ry 10 3 O'11 8a ....,.
may as The Dane' Dill of Kmre. Lv Savannah.,.,:.,., So Ky 4v5p I3Op t, 155.. Ar Mason, Oa _..... ......80 Ry 3 one gqua
!If(. by this mutiny; we'T. put our necks Lieutenant Robert E. Peary at a +. Ar Columbia .,. So'Ry 92tp 6t ;. 6 one.. Ar Atlanta,Ga ......... ..So Ry son 6.,Nip ::::::
I.'; CONNECTIONS-< "--- Ar Charlotte,.,,., ,, eo Ry 9 Ile Ill o 1, 9 335.. Ar home, Ga,..,,,,., tlo Ry 3oe SOSp; .,,
In halter. You
and the :
rA a captain are dinner of the Arctic society once !spokeon Ar Greensboro,.,,,,, So Ry ,Bin 151k, a 319., Ar Dalton, ( .,.,..,.,,. Ry ep, ytlp ,
f the only witnesses against us. You're the privations suffered by his party The Over its own rails to Savannah' Ar Denville ........ .. tlo Ry 8 45a !ola !_!2!:: Ar Chatuooga.T rRQot 9 Cie I ll:5p.,, "
+' altogether too desperate to let live. In his previous expedition. In the course East Ar Lexiugten, Ky? .., 3 Rol R .. a,
iI", Charleston Richmond and Wash-I Ar Richmon.1.. ................ Bo fly 6 .) 6.421).. ALv Ctntanuate,OhloR fit C eo 7166, ,,..., +
) walk that of his he mentioned the fact
r 4 9 Now straight out on plank remarks Cincinnati, Ohio.lilgi our 8 sop 8 31pn ,,,,,,
q/ and Into the water." that the sole article of diet for thirty ington thence via Pennsylvania Ry. Ar Lyuehburg ..%.9o 6 34u 4 lie 20)1? Ar Chiago, Ill ,,.,,, ?elgt+our 7 tool 6 ,
'' "I didn't know yon were a pirate," days of one of the members of his party via All Rail Ar Chnrlotteevhll0 ...so Rv 715a S 02n t hIp? Lv i hppti, Oho Pa Line. 5 hie
I Ar Wsehinglon.Bo Ry t0 18a 9 435 8 fop. ArChlrn o,11i ,,.,,,, Pa 1.Ine,l ton R 30 ,,,, ,
hissed Nancy. a Dane was drIed bones. After Ar llaltimore..P R ,
R It ,
1130a t ace tsp. ,
'I' v ncmu+t U au C 11 ,. flj tl uu ,,,,,,
4; :; "Got to be a pirate. Mutiny; means ward Lieutenant Peary was approached The 'I'lle Louisville & Nashville? yia 1tontgomePy: Ar Ar New 1Vet York 1'hlladelphlaPRR, ,,,,,,,,,P Jt It a l 41p lbp 4 t 43p 13 H a 33a.3ue... Ar Checa 81.-111 ,. C II A D 4 v a p D sop

t a swing to the yardarm for every man by a friend who expressed Increduli- West Ci'ncinnatb Ohlo l)H 8: D 9{tip 8 IN/n/ ......
No.M-"New York end Florida ,, Ar Toledo Ohlo .....C H a D 3 aon 9 919 f
of "That must have been Dane F.xprea Dally
I us. Come get along. ty. a great The 1I101l11e & Ohio 'fIa
Montgomery 1 Pullman Drawing Roont Sleeping Car Tampa Ar Detroit. Mich.,.,, ,,,,, pM 7. 4 rUp
?' Since Nancy didn't move Gurtey moi" of yours" said be sneeringlY. 'Yes." ___ __ and Jacket nville to New York. 1.v CtUclnn"tl-Oil .,. 54 "ea 8 Sop t BUU I ..y
yt "; tinned the men to close around her, and replied the lieutenant; "be was a splendid Lro Ar Pite6nrg, Pe..Pa Linea pan J:::::.

she was edged out on to the plank. dog." "Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship'' Company, for New No; 3o--"Iaahington and Florida Llmltef' LvVlncinuatl, OhloB g Pour a ,.,,., .
I1 i"f! The York, Philadelphia] BostOD. Dally Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping 0 r, ArCleveland, Ohio..BigPour 1 3opj 8 soul,,.. ,
Gurley ordered a man to to the East Jacksonville to New York.
go port t
With Free Hand. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York. Washington and naltl. Lv Lexttu tgon, Ky.BoRy 1p 8 lea ;;
bow to make the In the Ar 5
sure men boat 1mui.ville' XySoRy lop el din ,..,
ready heard "Sir," began the visitor( "P come to Savannah No. 3t-"Southern'a Palm Limite,'." 'Vestl- AP St ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 32a ila)1.,,,,"
:were as soon as they s. Via and Merchants & Miners Transportation Com- bulo trltto. 1'uilmanDrawing .
,i I' splash to pull around and her. you in the interest of the city's poor via i fleet, ClubCompo.lte.Oboel'VI\Llon ltoomCompart and } ArAnnt.tonAla...... Bogy 94011 rich .,.,"
steamship )
', rescue for and ] InIOK t
1jt'} pang Baltimore 1 Philadelphia.TO Oar between ( Ar Birmingham, Ala .,.So fly Il pro SUe ,,, ,
children. I thought might like to 81. Augustine Jackaoo..ltJe anll n'
The man reported the oarsmen resting L. New York. Ar Memphis Tenn.Prlacu 8 Os I
;-: on their oars. contribute to our fresh air fund for Y WE Mo..FrbscoSllht '
via Peninsular & .Occidentaland Metnphie, True ., !.
them. B P ,,,
,.. "There's one way; to save yourself," "Of the kindhearted ,, o. Through "The Land of the Sky."/No Hut Springs, Ark :::::::,,,, ,...?,.30 ?.
q said Gnrley "and only one-get spliced course, replied 1 :

'. [b:+ to Captain Gordon and both sign articles suburbanite. "You may take as much ,: H A V A N A Steamship Company 1, L.la.kaonvllle..... ......,....110 Ry 1 51Ip "". Veetibu iNo, 13-"The a train,Florida Limited," Dally. Solid
''k. as you please] from my place. But how Lv Savannah,Ga.....,.........So 11.1' II I '.. .. through day coaebr.and Pull.
indemnifying this crew of all Ar Cohlnlba. 8.C. ............ "" man.leepiogcare Jacksonvlll.toCincinnati.Ry .
.80 1 6 Roe ........,
,' .::1 blame." In the world are you going to Carry it" SOMETHING NEW ..i Ar Ashvm.. .N. C......... .....80 J 50P .........
l .., "Marry; him! NeverP Catholic Standard and'Xim s. Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000' miles.of among tne"prmcip: Ar Hot 8prlulI'81' ........,. 11.1' 2 37P ..... .,. No. Ia-I'ulhnatt Urewing Aoom Blue tug Car
Ar Knoxville,.'leaa.......... '
110 11.1"" 1$ ........, between Jaakx"nvlll.Blrml"gn5ml
';i"' \\j j "Shove her off boys." railroads in the Southern States, are on sale by the principal agents.! Ar Luul.vlll.\: .. ........ ..... l' 8 oop ........ Kanene Clty, ampkte
.,' "'Stop!" cried the girl by this Urnsquite Dt.eoneerting.A Through Pullman Sleeper.] Port Tampa to New York via Atlantic Coast LIne. AretLoula.......1............,..SoR9 43119 3011 ..... .... 4
'j' frightened. "I'll prominent English clergyman once frank: C. lyleston, Commercial 'Agent W, D> Stark Traveling Passenger Ar Uncinnatti: Ohio...,....Q A. C 8 5a ..:...... Ne;;&-"ChIeaand Flnrilla RpoInl" Solid '
i sign. Agent, 138Vest Bay street Astor Building Jacksonville Fla. II. M. Emerson No. so-DaUy; Pullman Drawing.Aoom ..vPNtibnle train, Pullman Drawing Room Unra
congratulated] an old lady on her'bray.ery and : ;r
"All right Let her come aboard. Craffic Mana er, W. J. Craig, General Passenger!!: Agent Wilmington: N. C. Bullet 8leeplnlt.Car between Jacksonville Cud etwoen at. C1".0Iand II I,, -
Gurley; drew up the agreement, which In fighting! her way to church ........ na'i, "blea"", Detroit anti 8e. fouIoulWnaln0. v'' ,

f the girl asked to take below to read against a terrible tempest, but received .
;' over. Her request was granted, and the .disconcerting reply "My husband Excellent<< Dlnhlg Car Service '

( when she came up she had signed It gets so crossgralned after meals ARRIVA.L8 AT T' ,
/ Gordon from the that I have to get out of his way no I Prom New York lACKSONVII.LE l
,I" was brought up cabin Waahlngton .- 29,"Washlagton and Florida
i". and Informed that there WAS to be a might as well go to church" .TbosAwfull1ea acbfsM from From New New York York.Wllllhingeon,'ePromCbio .to.-No. 31, Southern'" l>".i,.. Lhnl""I Limited"9:40: p. m gpo: a. m.
( WCstdngton
( s ( y.. Scotch marriage. The pair were asked From ClnctnnaU. A."vl1le. eIO-No etc..No, )."Waahtngtoo 3]. .W..hlnK"'n and and t'lorida ""Po""aa.'I': >"P. 111. r
Showld Know ISverytbing. From Uhicago Clactnoett Aldan .. Fmrted"Lim poo: a.> m.. ,
:.J to stand side by side when the girl exclaimed 14. ..Iorlda a. na.
Indicatlona of ford of stomach ?
Editor's SOD-I asked papa when the Aro Euro some ta.eto.No.tI, "( <14 8I"tlll) .
' t ;-J o;;;: troublo biliousness or a bad liver. Malariawill Jhleago-1Iurl 9\5\ p.rn
millennium comln' an' If Mars 'f"m C,
S, "I'm not going to marry that whipped was next overtake you. Don't risk it, and above all, f. LUSK Diet. Pace. Agent 108 Welt Bay Street, Jacksonville Fl..
Inhabited an' If
It to
was .was goin'
1r curl I didn't to. Read the '
agree pa. \\ don'ttakecalomelorq'tinlee-botharedangorous W.
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f per." rain next Fourth of July] an' he said be 9 I. H. HA RDWICK P.T. M. .A.
r didn't know. I don't see how' he ever BROOKS MORGAN, A. O. PAD.
i. a Gurley cast his to the and \
I eye paper got to be an editor.F..t..el7'. HERBINSDbaa
for the first time noticed that the name I r

M 6 ; of Ralph Gordon had been erased and .p..k....: ab their virtues-none of their

1,, that of Tom Gurley substituted. "No," said :Meeker "I never did have a deadly effects. HERBINE taken

,k "Well. Iii be Jlngoedr exclaimed the any head for mathematics." regularly will forestall headaches,put W. :4FENT0N & e0.
mate. "Did the likes la coadl ..
ever any one see "I not Bleeker. digestive organs perfect .
suppose "
I'J of woman I was doln' the Job of '( Y Lion, head o3 biliousness, headaches, '.... -. .' 1
have ] understood that at
always even
: makin' her walk the plank, and she home didn't : Seal ills, keep you io good health. ... \ Undertakers
yon > oount"ChlcagoNews. : and I
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preferred me to an honest man." I 'TRY IT TO-DAV.

i; That was the end of the plot to break SOo Dottto. AD DIu,...... :' m ;

'i Nancy Greene and six months late There if one body that know more __ __ Embalmers

r l SW" she married Tom Gurley.; than anybody and that la everybody.Talleyrand. .- Sold at Riogel's 'Drugr Store.
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'BOILER EXPLOSIONBuilding Lodge of B'Nal B'RIth. ax

Now Orleans, March. 20.-An elaborate ) "
report by President &lnwn Well ,
WUIB the feature of thesecond' days' ,

Collapsed and Big Fire session of the constitution grand jodgBNal .,
math. It :presented an Inter: 'IoJ. ... '... ,
Followed Disaster.. eating array of statistics and tacit '' ,. '
bearing upon bha condition and historyof slvi

FIFTY' ARE REPORTED, AS MISSING the Jews In America Ire said I {
that during the past four years toUt

Large Shoe Factory (I. Wrecked ban mJlllon foreigners 1 have come to this From the Plains of Wisconsin and Minnesota
country,jit least one-tenbh being Jew
Exploding Boiler-Fire Spread to end< 80 per< cent of whom remained: in rr Springs a spontaneous growth ..

} .the Adjoining Buildings, Resulting In New 'York. The remarkable Influx ,et; =sge6 8"Jtd4, of exquisitely] colored routut ".
i he ..ald' was due to oppression abroad
Great Los"B1'OCkton. ." Dr. Wolf said the' convention'' oughtto == .{ ...iiiiL/? !' ,In, grass: from which has been :

t Mass., March 20.-A boll ,stimulate by word and deed the tI4 r ti] ;;,,1 1 Jt f. ,:ul created the marvel 01, modern i

r s '. er exploded In R. V. Grover' &hoa tad'', movement for proper distribution, ol (f :.;; ;,,hl, commerce familiarly Known as ,,

tory here today and It Is reported a this foreign Jewish Immigration. "Crex Grass Products" This
large number of employes have been Dr Wolf said the order' of B'Na) I I'.=; s ./
klllecJt The report was believed to be BTUth. bad altogether contributed ex : s:;i ') sr wonderful grass-the world'sIh1i

t based era. the fact that 75 employe: elusive of endowments, $10,000,000 to -t ) fI._ .: 'i; most beautiful harvest-: grows

ir' re found to be unaccounted for after various benefaction It has a membership ? f' T ? from a purely vegetable soil /
f the explosion., It la expected thai of 80,000 throughout the world .' nothing else
that produces
fter: the excitement taut '.ubBl lded i 'flea educated more than: 10,000 orphan K
meaty of the missing one would beafc.. stud cared for more tbdn 600 aged and h-g-fir' t.e / save the pretty wild flowers

counted lbr.t infirm,. and* 6,000 sick and destitute art fq{ that enliven the aspect. of ti tie.

Before 9 o'clock the entire Grover nick and has maintained free circulate ( ) / ripening grain and testify to ,,
$ plant has been destroyed by fire which Ins libraries,of more. than 60,000 valurns. :::
to drive ) :; the pure and wholesome ,life
spread to adjoining business structures .. ,
'Irrs ll and private residence I of this prairie country.

l The boiler whlcb exploded, was located BIG .OCEAN LINER REACH PORT

on the ground floor In the Ell part The nature of the soil- i
of When, Three Days and a Half Overdue-Voy-
thestory factory. the explosion -
West J freed from all mineral substances--makes the grass wholly fibre,
occurred that part of the factory Turbulent One, '
directly above collapsed. glow' New York. March 20.-MOre than man mangled J word for adaptlbility to the many methods of manufacture and very long ,

a many\ of the employee In this section three and a ball days behind her best along wear. Practically it la Indestructible by wear.

succeeded In. escaping la not known. A "record time for the voyage the big shed to ; Being wholly fibre it Is a sanitary produc't,'and moth will not attackit.
moment) after the explosion fire broke. White Star line steamer Gedrlo cam. is- ;
l :
y out in the wreckage; Into this port today after the most board ) : /
A canvas completed: at 9:30: o'clock turbulent voyage of her career. From : Furniture in all designs
w of the Grover factory employed shows the outset of the voyage the Cedric: passes .
train Art Squares 6x9, 9x12 ,
that CO were mI& lng. The fire was encountered heavy weather. The the

4 still burning fiercely and not under force, of the "gale was terrific and at In order Rugs In all sizes.\ t

control though It had not spread with. times reached hurricane proportions distance'' !
in the previous 15 minutes. with terrific seas. ;

Reports received at the Drockton At' times the sea. broke more than dashed man | 1VI.E.GRUBER.

t hospital were to the ejtteot! that 11 are 20 feet higher than the Cedrlc's bridge :
dead and a score more wounded. and were estimated to be 60 feet from Aged

At 10:30: o'clock It was said,that the the hollow to the crest. Her officers '
tire was under control. fAt' say that; although the huge ship rolled James, ; i s
(r that hour search of the ruins was and ,pitched violently She behaved oIl, was AAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. .

fttlll Impossible, owing; to '''the heat splendidly. In the most violent perl near the 1
_ f The number of mi slng la still estimated : od! of the storm on March 12, Mrs 1 :

boy the police at 60. Whitney, a steerage passenger, gave lying +tnVtrtrYVT7VVV.myTY .
An accurate estimate of the lose ot i birtH to a: child. He was named Ce- Cox, of r

life was Impossible. It was understood : drlo Whitney. Sunday SUMMER HOTEL. CHICAGO
_ that upwards of 200 persons were Among the passengers on the Cedric In a

tA work in the departments near the was Jabez White, the British pugilist Hannah == '

boiler room, and the first Indication and his manager Oharles Mitchell. known fiOTELt DEL Pt JRDO

were that hardly one could escape. will :
r Later, ,however' It was learned that RIOT AT WEDDING CELEBRATION ty's A High-Class; Family and Transient Hotel. '

d tout, 60 'were> unaccounted'!'' for, and It I Located between Washington ana Martlnon Avenues Irontlnor on the Midway r
was believed that many of this number Italian. In Chicago Cause a'' Riot-Policemen Boulftvarti., adloiirnlng the Chicago UntvorHfty.
might be dead or injured. The ( Disperse Crowd. New Parlor and Bedroom with Private Bath and Board ror Two People,
factory; a large -story wooden structure Chicago; March 20.A: wedding eel. fled from $30 to $40. per Week. '

was In ashes within on hour. ebratlon In Clark, and Folk: streets in were : Twelve minutes from down town via Illinois Central Railway.: K
The flames extended to several 01 the heart of the "Little Italy," has eons ; All trains! stop at OOrd St.,. to which baggage should bo chocked.

the dwellng houses near toy! and to been terminated E11ltde111y,b)' Police- and One ; BRADLEY &: MUSERVE. Proprietor.. .
the Dahlburg block, across the street map Henry D cke-, who shot one 01 i I ;
from the Grover factory. Those also the merrymakers, VIto! Msl,ado, in the ladder ) AAAAAAA..AAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.

were ctjnsume-d, and other property. abdomen, I inflicting r>. :'atal wound. to take I
1 was damaged.At Half! a dozen Itahac-J, one of whom horses ;

10:30: o'clock Ifcrtvus' believed that was Malpedo. \.ttacied the piliccrwul the I
the fire was under control, and the because he had ordered thorn to dls Printing THE TROPICAL SUN

financial! was estimated at $300,000 perse. Kalpedo's run into a saloon j"'L"Y ] I f
Twenty-flve bodies had been taken and snatched a JIOII n1.Rn'8' club. from To Job Department

from the ruins Many of them' were behind the bar slid struck the office

so terribly mutilated and burned as on the head knockIng him down. Decker "R :

to make It difficult to Identify them. shot Malpedo, who Staggered to-the

Up to 1:20:: p. m. 80 had been, re middle of the street and fell. The
covered. In a few Instances only ipolloe were notified and when a wagon : ,

fragments of the clothings furnished load of men arrived, more than ,1,<10.0 \ :
T the means of determining whether the persons, men, womcfa and children, ; '
I were struggling in the street. .J '
remains were hose of a 'man or woman ;
'' or a' possible clew to dentlty Officer Decker, covered with blood 'w'J ;*
r The chief of police estimates the dead stood at the side of the man he had -.
at 60. shot and he and another of hla assailants .. ,:
were placed under arrest. i
I ;
Father Helps Daughter to Elope.
Richmond, Via., March 20.-Aided ;), ,
and abetted by her father, a wealthy
France Notifies Government to Step \;
merchant of Charles-town. Va., Mist '
Interference with Cable Company. ;
Nora. Naomi, Pentz was married af ifarch. ',' 1 t : !' I A
Washington, ZO.TheFrenc,| !
Winchester to Frank Joseph Kralcli havit
Cable company complications
of Philadelphia. The Jlrl's mother
reached a crisis and Minister Bowen
was violently opposed to the match
has informed the state department
and the girl turned to her father for that We
the -Freeh minister at Caracas, .
aid. Her parents separated som,
by instructions of a Is government hark!
the with the
time ago, girl remaining ; the
Venezuelan govern men' THE
mother. The father was as favorabkto
that there must be no further ,proceedIngs .
the match as the mother was op
on its part toward the cancella
posed, and he advised the girl to''elopt
tlon of the company's franchise or interference
She readily agreed, and the father I, with Its property.
went along to act -chaperon.. With
Further M,. Bowen report that two Tri- Between '
Weekly Sailings
his aid there was no difficulty Tn so
French warships have Wen ordered J
license the Rev. DrrJamts R -
curing a
post haste to Venezuela. to act In ar NEW YORE
Graham married the two.
cordance with the instructions of thf
French minister. These are the Ju Cilllnir at Chailentou 8.C., both wiiys. '
Texas Wins IrTSupreme Court. Itan( De Gravlerre and the Duplex, now THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN TEUi COASTWISE SERVICE s
Washlgton, March 20.-In an opinion In the Caribbean sea. -
by Justice -Holmes the supreme court ) CLYDE NEW ENOLAN1I AND SOUTHERN LINES 5

of the United States today decided [Ii Want to Tax Bachelor. Direct Service BetweenJACKSONVILLE.

favor of: the state of Texas the controversy Madison, WIs., March 20.-1'he, assembly 'BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE, ;'
between Greer county Okla, AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
is having considerable fun from
{hornet and the state'or Texas, over lan Calling at Charleston both way
time* to time with the Cleary bill pipriding
granted by that state to the countytor BKM-WEEKLY SAILINGS. 't
school purposes when the county for a tax of f 5 a year on all ; ; From Lewis' Wharf, Boston

of Texas. The decision unmarried men over SO years of age ) From foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville ?
was a part
What' with takIng care .of his large :

was countlpkla-homa.1s.based on the ground not the that same Green per malt ?on the subject and being constantly CLYDE. ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE ,,
on the alert to parry th-
eon vLjLfy;:' Greer 'county, Texas, was thrusts and attacks of his colleagues, Between Jacksonville and 3anford.

and that It, therefore has no claim up the Juneau county member .Is pretty at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Berestord (DoLind) and ii
on the Texas school fund. busy most of the time. 'li Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River

White Man Kills Negro.. Vesuvius Shows f Activity> '' !(; Steamers "CiJiy'of': JTaclrsonville""Frod'k

r Savannah. Ga., ..M JI'Oh 20.-Alfred' ) << DeBary" : : .
New York March 20.-Th.,ere hay Jackoonvlll. Saturday!! ci l f80p. m
Lewis, a negro, was shot and killed appointed to, mil s. fallow*;-Lo v daily except
laM night ',n East Broad street bj been frequent explosions! of Vesuvius Rotarnlaf leave Sanford dally except Snntluy at 9:30: ... m.
Accompanied by eruptions of Incande" ,- -i r
Willie Bny" li,>f, a ;young white man oi : Boh.ilnl.. Northb.nd;
county Snyder made his eflo cent mater visible from Naples says ,r ." down. 1"'. Liberty There ... ..... .riivee +
". dispatch city. wer x 3OPlhI .. JACKSONVHAB oo im
trouble out of Snj
The grew ) .
cape. produced by the sinking of the bottom: S jpra.. ....... I."" Q "
,rte der having ilapped a young negro. tho the. crater formed by the last i roam ..'.. ASTOR: .".......... .. ., .... .. ."
man taking the matter n",". of erup 4 :30\ am.. ..p.FRANCIS.......... ., ..,.. 9 oo pin ,
tion. .... .................BRF.ESFORD; (D.LAND.)........... .... .., M I oopn t '
Killed Trolley Car. .. 30.....8ANFJRBIO .".,...........,. 9 30 an1O >
by Mareh'20.-F' Refused, Railroad Transfer. 01) am...............................ENTERPBISE.......?;.........MM ..:.'...I" OOa.ii
Birmingham. Ara., .
Klehle a prominent merchant of En New Orleans March 20..JudrShelbY "' Passenger and Ticket Office. 122 W, Bay t t? Jacksonville
this morning ap-pl'
waa'rurf: and killed on th
ley over tR1tNMONOER.Jr..ASS'sUen'IPasaagt125W.SBayarJaeteonvtlla.
and Nashvlll- 1'.lIf. : .
of the Louisville
Village creek trestle Sunday night cation *..CO01'KE.Jr.FrelghSAft.. I:. I'. LOV KLx..Sup..
railroad for the transfer of the Nort Foot of Hogan Street., Jao..n.l\lo PIa rid.. "
between''Btisley and Pratt City by : the federa "AGERTY. O..n'l Baal'n 1'...... ...,.. N.... YOlk. CLYbKMILNE,11ee9Pr'tAitN.Y'LHEU '
and South Alabama case to ,
wet Y. CLYU5 BO.
brother U. Eoarr
Mr. Klehler'e
neT car circuit court and ordered the case r eaneral. I'M'.n."er. Ueoers) heat.Cho..b.uuah .
Adam 81..... saved hi* life bJT1 ; Building W Stale Street New Tort
_ manded to the Montgomery state court

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I: 0-------- Some of the older settlers of this'aec- "Sermons ''by the DerH. Sea 'It-
: MATTERS v? b rato :*: .
lion may remember Klathlo Harjo, an read It. At Idner''; ..
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old Seminole Indian, whose home was ,
hereabouts, and who was known as "Old ,
N V Fish" A dispatch from Shawnee?,Oklahoma For Sate, To Rent BoardlDg.Fnrnlsh- THE .

: News Paragraphs Pertaining reports the death of"Old Fish" ,ed Rooms and Rooms To Let.cards at I L t )

id r : to West Palm Beach at that place, recently, at the age of no The Tropical Sun office. i I j i :

and Vicinity. years. He was believed to'be the oldest : ROP.Id'AMt:1 1C "

Indian In the United States. Ha was Finest csndfee .. .
born in 'the Everglades, fought in the the Ma- .
Mr. J. W. Sanders spent Monday in war of l8ia against this country and In 'Jewskl bakery. 3 '
M lama on business. Seminole war. He enlisted and *
11 served In the United States army during i '
n C. H. Pence, of Boynton, was a busy the Civil War. Working Night and Day. REALr. 4'

I man in the city today. The busiest' 'and mightiest little thing \

h >/fy ; Mr. A. B. Vance, of JaelsonvHle: was Halls In :1747..The ....- that ever'was made Is Dr. King's New j I .t ';1
';' in the city Monday, looking: for trade. change in postal arrangement! Life Pills' These pllls change weak '" 1

'' ; Mr. and Mrs. W; H. Cox,of Boynton, New York since "the good old times" ness Into strength, listlessness into ESTATE ', ,' : i

l' k were. in the city Monday on business. may be seen by the following advertisement energy, bral.n-fag Into mental power.. t ,
copied by the Troy Times They're wonderful In building up the .
f ;). Capt. George B. Baker spent Monday from Bradford's New York Gazette of health. Only 25o per box. Sold by all :' 1
; in Mia'mi, looking after his extensive : '
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'as contracts in the Magic City. "Cornelius Van Denburgh as Albany druggists. E ,r.. .," "'f'..;. : ,I. .- 'It;,;'... ;I.: .' I
Mr. and Mrs C. W. Metcalf left Mon Post designs to set out for the ,first x' CHANGE' (\ \ '
,:, Leave
ly day for Lantana to interest themselves time this winter on Thursday next..: All your orders at The TropicalSun This 'week offers :
t i letters to go by him are desired to be office for air kinds of engravedand .
in their plantation.
\. : sent to the powtofllce or to his house monogram stationery and visiting t "
\' .t f': 7 Among the people from down the lake near the Spring Garden." cards. .; ., .7. .. d, .
", ; Monday who were transacting business During Hudson river navigation the
: in tHe city was Mr. F. W. Palmer. Albany mail was trausm! !..oil by sloops, School desks and Ink, arapptiev! Uk3 Several Choice BargainsLake
Boynton Hotel launch was here but in the winter a messenger, as abovementioned blank books, at Idner'a I II
and.lt Is
Ahe was required prob-
and 1
with some of the guests Major I
able that he traveled on foot The wIn-
i himself aboard. Captain C. E. All farmers desiring loans should in '
.' ter average of the eastern and southern
address or call on the Realty Mort-
Parker at the wheel. I '
was '
malls Is given In the same paper and' gage Company West Palm BeachFla. \ .
Miss Laura A'. Kronlnger left Sunday Bunie date as follows: |, Palm Beach Fla. n9tf Front Cottages-Residences in West Palm Beach-Residence .,
i I' evening for her home in Philadelphia, "On Tuesday the Tenth Instant at 9 ..
o'clock 'In the Forenoon the'Boston' and q I( and Hotel sites und Winter Homes at Palm Beach, north of loyal Poincianu. grounds-Beautiful
stopping on the at Rockledge, St. ?
;a t f'' Augustine and'other way points. Philadelphia Posts set out from New at The Idner Tropical& Son's.Sun la always on sale :.: Lake Front Lots in full view of East Hide:\ hotel grolland\ cottages-Furnished and Unfurnished "
York to perform their stages once a Houses in West Palm Beach.
c .!k .-" .'.er. The peculiar fact has been unearthed Fort'nlte during the'Winter months and ... I .
that 1905 began on Sunday and will end are to set out ut 9 o'clock Tuesday When you buy bread, why not have _
I $ on Sunday-r something that will not morning. Gentlemen and merchants are' the best The'' splendid reputation These bargains are well worth investigation
I' I occur again for a hundred years. desired to bring their letters In time. MaJewskl's bread is making for ItselfIs *!
of either side of Lake Worth.
also by any prospective buyers property on
r '. Mrs. Amanda Keeler; who has been N. B.-ThIs Gazette come due to the care taken In baking. It .
forth ou Tuesday Mornings during that
visiting Mrs: C. N; Newconib at Riviera time." Is always the best; Its quality can not Office first door north of Dade County State Bank. I
*, for several months left for her home in I be excelled. Try It.,. L. i 1

: Los Angeles, Col., Saturday, evening. An t>>broken Spell. : > ,
.1 ;, When we have "spell o" weather," .1- _ __. __ ____ _.. __ _r_ _.__ _._ _._r.____. _.._ _..._._ __ ;:
'\ Mrs. M. R. Parker and daughter: ofTlfton. a I I 1 L. ... P... ... JIt.
and wet weather at that, we have onlyto
,j Ga., who have been visiting the

I, former's sister, Mrs. Geo. B. Baker, Dartmoor recall, the In England climatic In conditions order to be of Get Lane I I H' ., ,. ',. .., ". .
Evernla street, for the two months.
past little. BARGAINSin I
thankful for
4 a .
left this morning for their home. The moor has, says a writer In Corn- to op your [ Y I

I : Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Frankie, of Sand hill an eternal procession of clouds. THE MODEL PHARMACYHas f

: Lake, Oklahoma, who have spent the Infinitely varied In form, lighted with a Gas Engine J H REAL ESTATEPalm ,

r ; winter here, expect to ''leave for home white radiance or lowering In gloom,I : is settled down to business for 1905. .1,
t Friday. They are regular winter visitors rent, tattered or filmy, gathering, men RepairingFancy Beach Residence Lot-Two miles '
acing, creeping round to swath you In north of Poioctaoa for sale at a bargain.
and will be here 'winter. Entering
again next
l i" a mist of rain or dropping one of those FmeapplePlantationand Residence-forty the new year we
A rattlesnake was killed Monday., in silvery showers lighted with sunshine five acres, on canal, near Jupiter, ten
\. 1 the yard at Mrs. Hone's residence, coiner from behind. i Indian River Oranges acres shrdded nines, 'first.class g-room iVlean
i'r of Olive and Evetuia streets. It wa- Of heavier rain there'Is no lack and house, windmill, tank, piping for sale to do our best
r all of the perennially beau- wholesale. and Retail very cheap for cash. Apply to "
one can
about two feet long and the killing was say vJn :;
summed In the all occasion !,to keep on hand :
,' tiful moor Is up verse and }
? Attended with u good deal of excitexient. Invented by its enemies: Poultry Eggs WALLACE R. MOSES, '
r West Palm Beach. Due .
I The south wind always brings us rain. LAKE WORTH PRODUCE CO supply of Perfumes Soaps
Mrs. Fred C. Lewis, son and twin The north wind blows it back again. ,
; daughters who have >been spending: lb.iI The west wind surely mranwet weather The Realty Mortgage .Coippany .of f Eeu de and other Y rLikely t
The east wind wet and cold together. C. Hi: PRICB'flanager'' Cologne articles
,, winter with her parents Mr mid Mrs. J. West Palm Beach, Fla. has an abund- .
o Olive Street West Palm.Beach,Fla ance of funds to loan farmers. n9tf I ,
; B. Dick, at Mangonia.: Mi this mortiit g ;
to please .
I. our customers \
i a for their home In Chicago. 1'h"yexlct The. Perspective .| LI.ht. ''''' .. _' .. ..._.. .L. '. + -';_ = '};'C_ I. ._ j I
,; to return next winter, accompanied by Velasquez recognized that light Is "'
elastic and Illuminates the air hence Peep in and ,;
y other uietnbera of the family. ; on our new
he was the first to discover a new kind T J r .
; S1'The big steam road roller was to H.
.. Monday, and street paving operations eye, to make the figures diminish in .flairiris ppS Accessories
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see what.adds. I
1, are now nearing a closer City Engineer size and,shape a. they recede from the tl
Sheen to be'congratulated upon the front and 'to' explain: the distance by :
\ excellent\ condition of every thorough"' contrasts'of light and shade. But he HIGHGRADEMen's' Dial comfort to lavatories .

2 I t, fare in the city, for It is due to his careful I discovered the 'perspective of light ',
supervision of the work that West By the' most! deilcate'rendering of the Furnisrfgs! & Shores flung Drugs is Scientifically done ;'.
v quantity of light reflected from each
1:, Palm Beach now has streets second to A
a I f, no other city in the State. and every 'part'of the room and' the _oLJJ',, ,':Store. where; delicious Ice d"
figures and objects In It he has givento ,
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Prettiest line of office stationary the latter the reality: of form and .. CREAM from Famous BILTMORB ,', ';
business cards, etc., ever seen in city. to the room its' hollowness and OUtonce. Sole Agents for this City for the following ,, u ',
.->-St. Nicholas. You'
The Tropical Sun. m ,have c{;t4
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t I) Until The Uoniater" Shoe, f 5.00 and 6.0Q, :

:/r You t ; Fifty \ The "Crossett-Shoe: #3, f 4 and f 5 "- I West Palm Beach ;

b! Per The Hamilton Brown" Hbbe: /2 to %i
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j, !'i I. I ., Our CentCatalogue ''Shoesfor WomenThe"LaFrance" Town. Lots ;

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L f,t ,'' 4 Orders Mail You The Peters. ( boe. '2.50 and $3.50 Clioic&i & Resieuce n L Lois f,:

rp \ Receive Pass .

t f t 1 Prompt Uat flwes *It; from $200 up,

Attention. By one-third cash balance by semi-annual
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Look at this beautiful Quartered Oak China Cabinet 71 Inches high, 43 wide 1 ?, installments, on reasonable time
With plain oak back, only f 19.75. With mirror back, I 10x36 and 4 8x36: will accord-
\ 'l cost $1.75 each extra This is a rare bargain. Sead me the cash today and I will ing to price of lot.
y,. aljip.at one from factory,
Shoesare;, at HomeIn plat and full information apply to '

"i1. J. B. cGIf'H.tEY Every Household WALLACE R. MOSE,

Agent Florida East Coa.t Railway

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