The Tropical sun
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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: March 21, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00275
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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: rrne INOIAM mivm rivo, / *.*fmt.n, PALM BEACH BADE COUNTY FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH' 21 XVI s.-z-.;:
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I THE COUNTY TIDINGS diswning.of another- year. The proofof LIVELY LOCAL LINKS. HERE AND THERE. The attention of all produce grwersls( PURELY' PERSONAL.People .

t the pudding is in the eating; so If you called to the announcement of the Everglade -

--- doubt what I say, just come and see for --- -- Produce Company, as it appeam ---

Scraps of News About This and That yourself, and if I have\ tnisrepreseutei' What the Sun's Men Heard In The Scraps of News About This and That lit tbe Miami aud South Dade Department ( as They Come and Qo-People

p M d, ,And. Different Things.r ; It, I will treat :you: to a pint of "speck. Llvley Local Whirligig. *' "' And Different Things You May or May Not Know.
tickles." '
--- --- > -.e.Newry. +---- I --
: It is said that 'school teacher tbe
vw'y Very Carefully Compiled ajid Confined tow We are glad \o see Mr. Burr's announcement A. Mirror 'of Minor Happanln8 Aeel Notes and Items or Interest toEverybo'yln a V Melange of Personal Items-Visitor* lathe
other day asked her. pupils to write along
That Which Is- or Most. Interest to for Railroad Commissioner, dents. Com'lnlr; Events, and a ]t u General and Nobody of City and Citizens Vliltln ,
and the
the' Citizens or Dado County. \and hope that lie will succeed lit winning Galaxy of Current Gossip. : ,{ In Particular sentence caused, one boys' Out of the City "
nearly her to faint when 'I 1 e
I. ---" the race, although/ vve hate to give him --- -- wrote "Imprisonment for life" -..-. 9

: CUTLER CHRONICLES. up as our Representative However, we KNOX IIATS-standard of the worldat EDWIN CLAFP'S SHOES $6.00 aud Joseph Jefferson leaves next Thursday, r

t.' ,.% ? think there U oilier good material from ANTHONYS BROS. {7.00- finest made-at ANTHONY'S IIi Tim Vales launch, from Hole Sound, the 27lh, cm his Spring tour of six ;#
Cutler 'beginning her busy season which to select his successor as' Representative ..
'i ran into a snag when ascending the Lox
V weeks.
; ., 'and. quite. 'a number of strangers are if we can get one of them toccept. Cleui $ Table board $; 50 per week. Room, ahatchee River recently, and sunk in a ______ 4
A. L. Hnugh'a new building on
n coming, in.! Some tweuly/five/ or thlfly YOM YUM.DAVIA with board, $6 week. Mrs. Frank I
per few minutes. There '
KC :. here .. alls Avenue, just west of the public I was quite a partyof A. P. Anthony made a flying trip up '
ii from the West Coast: are ---- --
young men Olive St. J-a8
4 : school building, Is nearly ready for Darling, : picnickers aboard, but all were safely] die Indian River to Rockledge, last ;
v"; in readiness for the ripening crop. .
4 DOTS. put ashore in the little tender before tl e Sunday.
I .. occupancy. Orange! County claims to have about
Mr, 1'. J. Peters is building a launch went down

road from his -farm to the DAY, mid will Quito a number of the farmers. from Monday afternoon there was quite a 60 miles of good wagon road and 150 Mra.. G. T. Anthony, of Washingtou, hub

ship from a point some half a mile sonar\ this vicinity visited the Fair, in Miami, shower of rain,, which gave/: the ground miles of bicycle paths, and tbat these are Mr M. M. Evans, of Kansas City, Ga Is a guest of Mrs. A. P. Anthony for Ml

_ 'of' last season's shipping point. This will this week, some, of t'letn' making some a thorough wetting and was welcomed among the chief attractions the county became no enthused over tbe beautiful this week, ;rl
convenience for very fancy exhibits ol fruits and vegeta offers to the winter tourist.A cocoanut puluis of this vicinity, that be l
i,J iijS < prove a Kreet: many by the farmers, who have been needing
'growers, a3 it will shorten the haul, andes rain. purchased a !great number of sproutednuts Attorney W. I. Metcalf was at Neptune

_ '1Uake.r oQI on the.crowded public dock. bles.Mr. EHkiluou\ and friends have return _______ short time ago a Kentucky girl : and had them shipped to his home, Monday, Miami Wednesday and today ,

'. However. 'steps have; been taken to ed, to Chicago.J. ( The structure now being erected in horse-whipped a dentist for making where be will make an attempt to grow at Delray, on business.Mr. .

r ..double the size of the present buik-head 1. W. Clark I 11' now building his packinghouse tbe rear of theCatholic church .is the "goo-goo"' eyes at her. One of the local these beautiful tropical trees. L. W. Marshall, of Fort Lander- r)'

rf .1 add we-lir.pe to have sufficient, room to and is anticipating: a heavy rectory, and Father Kennedy .tuted, to e-'llors' in town In writing: up the affair, dale, one of Dade County's best known
stated that the bosom full of This is the in which a Kansas ed
l; flc accommodate-all shippers. shipment of tomatoes in the near future.In a SUN reporter that he expected It to 'be girl's was way and largest tomato-growers, paid this
It itor lays a bouquet at the feet
The of the yie\\ \ completed in about two mouths.' rage. The mischievous printer put poetically business visit
present indications spite of the heavy': rains which have .,. town a Monday.
"rn9; and .they ray the editor is still of his best girl:
this season are not so promising as at the farmers .
recently fallen on prairies, out the bill north of that "There is gladness In her. gladness and
y in Chas: canfpiuR 'Oil The. Messrs. Bert Katzenberg
thistime last year but we feel safe will this season. The home of Mr and Mrs. L.
r ship an average crop is sadness in her
town. when she's glad( Normal C. Upp were among the Weit
-estimation 150,000 crates from Dougherty was made happy on Sunday ________
our Roy Roper, who was working in hisgarden sadness when she's sad-but the gladness Palm Beaches who took In the Dade!
here,during April May and June. one day last week, was-suddenly I last by the arrival of their first-born q! Col. J. B. Briggs, of Russellvllle Ky., of her gladness nor tbe sadness of her County Fair, at l\lIamltbla week.

4. Prince Henry has gone home without ulltacked! by a Urge wild-cat, which sweet little girl-who has already caPrtured : whom so: many of the Lake residents sadness nothing to her madness when

'If< -calling at Cutler, but we will make tomatoes {'ought very manfully :Mr. Roper, calling the hearts of all who have. seep know well, writes THE: SUN from Winter she's mad." "Mark Twain," Ex-Speaker, ThomasB.

': just the same, and perhaps some his dog, which .was nearby, at once her. -w.Iff Iayenrla., renewing his. s b crl.r.ton.! --- Reed and Senator Thomas C. Platt

..,..'. "; ::,;' : :., of,us mny visit big country next: eummer. rcceived-asaisunce. Mr. Roper securedClever The Lake Worth IceCompany- .: butt LIe gays; Am, busy-shipping my very Capt. j"A.! Bryan, who is here fn the constituted a trio National prominent Cwho

'W e are glad to see ..the- additions' nod;applied! it .with':.srfficlent,I placed 1,, a couple off"8; 6ne sndAttrpatlre!: fi6ti''orange' crop. Nothing was hurt Interest 5f the Cable Piano Company: enjoyed Palm Beach life a patt':cf
w' ;f "
HJt')>:a PIJC'8 PAPER,' and 'wlsh'ltgr t force'to k'llftbe, monster! With the ex'ceptiou Ice wagons on the streets as one will sec bare by the cbl
/; success, Gslt bra been. clearly demonstrated of' a few scratches on the body outf rt have the finest orange bloom ever seen! ot the carload of pianos and organs he '
.. anywhere. Manager no
spares G. Glen who is in
hurt. the is and expect I fin the had sent here, and what remain are Capt. George on.
that it i I" one paper emphatically Mr. Roper-was not But dog and enormous crop coning
effort I to give his patrons a prompt'
of the for the
on the people's side fa every instance under medical treatment. How is this efficient service. : season." _______ now nt .T. B. McGinley & Co's. Capt. charge dredging: operation
where right and justice are concerned. for' a brave cat and a 6gbtlng Cracker PASItlJOJi Bryan finds that all who have received Florida Coast Line Canal and Transpor-
N John R Mizell has returned from his with attou Company, now at work near Htlls-
.--- firm of B. McGIn- heir instruments are delighted
Mr. of the pioneers enterprising J.
Sullivan one
G. J. recent trip to the East Coast or as he and borough Inlet, paid this town a flying
of f this section has been quite ill for along AHENET1ES., ley & Co., last week sold to Mrs E. C. terms it, Fairy Land. He says, that heir Superior workmanship < splendid visit today.

:.t time, but we are rejoiced. to learn We are still lu the clog Voss,. for use in her boarding house por- after volumes tbat might be written, tone. e --'-'- ,

; be is again able to get out. Will Griffith, wbo has been workingall lor, a handsome upright piano. The descriptive of its beauties! then tbe half The Dade County Fair. Mrs. J. R. Anthony and Master Ro,.
of this leadingladies firm also sold one of the,. same make to the returned this week from Hurilee-.
'" Mrs, T. J. Finder, one \ summer at Palm Beach. returned would not be told Pulm Beach wan con

':' ,.; w of this vicinity, Is very sick, but home last week, but left next day for Mr. R. C.creech. pedal scene of his observations, and of The County Fair opened Wednesday yule, on Indian Rivera where they have 1

we trust she will soon recover. 1\I.lotl.! wkre he will pack tomatoes. bat he says, tongue cannot tell, nor pen of thin week, the exiblt being made ina been located all the season. Captain y
A. S. Botsford & Co., have placed a describe inimitable of will not return to West Palm
There are several ladles here from its enchantment.-- large teut erected on tbe grounds Anthony
John Grifuth says pruning tomatoes handsome of furniture in their -
: West and- some of our bachelors piece Orlando Record. he Ro'all'alm IIlel at the corner of Beach until tomorrow
"Key gives n fellow that tired feeling, but popular> dry goods store in the shape ofa
dull li. and Twelfth Street. The
are neglecting their crops-too on nevertheless. Las two acres of as Avenue Conrad 1 Scbniid leaves for Hot SpringsArk.
folding ribbon case of the latest and Noah of the first to advertise
was one ,
.,. the prairies, and -quite strongiuduee- c xhibit! is the largest, and: the finest so
fine tomatoes as can be found anywhere. most approved design. It is as useful as says an exchange. He advertised that made InDad ( .) Sauatariuui next: week to seek
around town.LARKINS competent judges, ever
ments to be say
There Is not a tomato field In ADt ron iL is ornamental. he w"uM.ltI1 on a certain date. Those relief from his rheumatic sufferings.! ,

--e.- hut what looks well, and Is setting full ol who did not believe in advertising! ( failedto
LOCALS fruit "l'be.crop is estimated at about double The March winds kicked up such a get tickets, and were left out in the I Tbe display of grapefruit and oranges COlli met vial and will pay especial attention -

\ that of lust yejr.'wliich waif between dust last week In our .streets that tbe wet without umbrellas or bathing suits, (is unusually fine, while that of torn a- to the trade of the commercial men.

It seems that tbe'reportep at this placefor eight and ten' tbousaud crates. Couio, rips of the new street sprinkler along As most of them could not swim, they toes, potatoes' cabbage and other gar. ---8.----

THB PKOPLK'S: PAPER has neglected frlen
I you for quite a while. Perhaps the rea ashamed for you to-see them }..Icasure by every one. Even the ubiquitous The origin of the monkey thus settled where. The Fair will remain open .

.soi is, that the correspondent has either S. W. Krouer: has'been making the !; bicycle rider appreciated it, reused -Orlando Record. and including Saturday. C. W. Wheeler, of Atlanta, Ga., Supervising t ,,9

moved away, gone dead, or lost, intercut'v his. the week. to run over it, and gave I V.: the right Large crowds came in from the first Deputy, was here, and organized -
roots fly over way past
., 'in the welfare of the community; or perchance He Is improving bi front and getting( it of way. The attention of interested Is called clay, some attracted by the fire-works : the Lodge( on February aaid: but

f .t.-w he has !grown careless. In .tlie to out( wind-brake of Aus the to the announcement of the Burton E lisplay of the "Battle of Santiago" on he organization was not fully comple
ready plant
1' matter. If you will\ How me 'sl| ace in The social at Congregational parsonage Coe Company salt appears on the fifth on the Miami River at night, and ted. Monday night, a week ago: tbe

your interesting paper I will see what I trallau pines. : on Tuesday afternoon and evening page of this paper.: They are booking others to attend the Farmers' Institute, Lodge was fully organized: with 16 memo! u

can do toward carrying our end of the George Lyman has about, complete! a was a grand success. The house was orders and making contracts for work to held in Knights of Pythias Hall, Thursday I '

pole new packing home In' place of the old crowded, especially in the'evening. All be done the coming Summer and Fall, and Friday ruder the direction of bers.The officers are: Past Master Work.

: While the reporter has been, silent, it one that got burned up some time ago. enjoyed themselves, and about $130 was and anyone having any work to be done Prof. Stockbridge ol the State Expert- man, J F. Hoffman; Master Workman,

is no sign that everybody and everything The l leading tomato fields around Am- netted for the church. This money will In their line had best communicate with mental Station at Lake City. Mr. A. A. G. B Snell Recorder, J. M. M. Brock;

has been silent in their business and in eron are Smith Bros' John Griffith's and be used for improvements on the church I Mr. V. E. Bishop, their local representative Boggs, of Cocoanut 'Grove, presided at Receiver, J. E. Grooms; Foreman, t

the improvement of our part of -the Charles Carroll's.J. edifice. ______ at
for we have been keeping M. Carroll baa been a war horse the The announcement of the prizes will Guide, P. O. Day.
abreast Couaty of the times in'' the improvement past week carrying a knap sack sprayer Mr. V. S. Bishop, representing the A brother editor who, has evident. be made on Saturday, and a list will be There are several appl ications on hand,

Y ;'and building up of our country. The i!and Bo.do-ing'things' around his way. Burton E. Coe Company has this week Iy been wrestling with his delinquents given by TH., TROPICAL SUN next week. and the members of the Lodge expect abig
&&Li s laid a splendid asphalt pavement on tbe sensibly : "No sensibleman
'road business island bat been of late, Lucius Mephua has been busy the last tbe very says Tourists In Miami were simply amazedat \ membership. The Lodge will\ meat fe{;
loutU side of Clematis Avenue should get because a news. d
t Quite number house tbe exhibit and purchased oa the first and third Mondays each
making good progress Few days, building a across the many
of Olive Street west to Anthony him
I corner man duns fur A
paper money. .
of people have engaged: thin season In railroad neck! opposite tbe postoffice. fruits ou exhibition to be delivered month, at the Masonic Temple. ,
forceof .
+ Bros. lot. Mr. Bishop now has a dun is not an Impeachment of a subscriber's
i the trucking business four miles went of lie lies it about, ready to move\ into. It in later, without waiting to see if they --.. .
men putting down a pavement integrity, but it is the out-crop-
the border of the Everglades and looks like comfortable, little bouse would obtain a prize. Inder'c
us, on a front of THB TROPICAL SUN .building, ping of the publisher's necessity. For Robbery at Store
they have promising prospects; and expect although he got one corner post higher Street. instance thousand from The usual number of side shows
on Olive a nirn owe one
v to ship from this point. than the rest; but that don't keep it from to four dollars; be has to dun them to moving pictures, etc are to be foundIn Yesterday morning at about half past

We desire to call attention to the fact looking pretty.; I Last Saturday a number of Babcock pay expenses. Instead of getting mad the neighborhood of the County nine o'clock while Frank Inder 'was
4t e that our people have opened their eyes, THB TROPICAL SUM is the only County hand fire extinguishers: In wooden end stopping the paper for what Is honestly at Ms home old, a pair of smooth rascals '.

- t +, their, hearts and their purses and open paper that readies Ameron that is boxes, were placed at convenient points due the subscriber should thank Fair.Mr.. J. Austin Hall who resides on played their game successfully. r
two .
it eil, up the road to the beach'; OTI the Ea)'. Appreciated by ihe people. It seems to about the town to be used in case of the editor for waiting on him patiently, Eleventh Street within one block of the The strangers came into the store,
and while asked to and examine
Come one, come all, aol see the nicest reach their hearts. May, THE SUN long lire before' the hose carriage! cau be and pay up like a man." Postoffice, has an exhibit at the County one see
watches tbe other strolled about
and most beautiful beach on Bay Itls- live and ever prosper brought into use. The wooden boxes Fair that is especially note-worthy. some

''cayne: ? The road is open and welcome --,..--- which hold the fire extinguishers: are no Mr. Frederick Robert, of Palm Beach Some time ago some sweet potato par- the store sizing up tbe'situatlon. Tte i

to all; When you are taking a pleasure: Boat Way to Color Easter Hggs. const:ucted that theycan be easily bro. who put the ball In motion that resulted ings were thrown out among the weedsin first decided that there was nothing to 1

ride, tell your driver that you are bound -,----- ken open in order to get at the extin III the enactment and enforcement of the the yard. They sprouted took root suit him, aad the second stepped up +

for Larkins, and.dor not stop' aDIII you Procure packets of aniline dyes of the! guishers. .' Shooting law In this vicinity, has 'and drew producing a very nice little and asked to look over *be time pieces.,

drive to the beach Our ever-bney post. various colors you desire: pink, light he satlutaction of hearing countless expressions without fertiliser, or even cultlva- while number one walked about; while '

,master and store-keeper W. A. Larklns, blue pale green, yellow, crimson. and Services'\ at the Congregational church of wonder and satisfaction crop ton or attention of any kind. Mr. Hal! number two engaged the clerk's atten ..t i j.

'can supply you. with refreshing, cool purple or mauve are effective. Dissolve at It a. m, and 7:30: p. n;. Preachingby over the lameness and presence of tbe has a washtub full of these potatoes at lion with the watches, number one

drinks of soda-water ami. milk shakes, the dye in hot water and boil the eggsId. the pastor Rev. S. D. Paine. Morning thousands of wild water fowl that are to tbe Fair all of good al.e. most of them slipped into the back door and went
subject'"The Triumphal Entry of be seen all along the shore and all over through the open safe, securing y
if you will only stop and call on him as It' until they are colored the shade : averaging a pound ot- over in weight.
you pass. On the beach is a delightful de aired. Make a large nest of moss, or Christ Into, Jerusalem" At night the Lake, within a mile either; way, of This shows the productiveness of amount of money' approximating: .__"

place for picnic dinners, if you with to of green crepe paper cut In strips, if "Lessons from Hainan, the Prime Miu- the bridge. Mr. Robert is now presenting Dade Couty soil. hundred dollars. ;

1 come and spend the day. You .can, also you cannot obtain. moss, and place the Ister of Persia, and His Career" lesson : to contributors to the fund for em. -... Mr. Iduer says that the money taken

bring your bathing suits, for we have th.. eggs( in it BS a ccnterepiece on the! to young people. Christian Endeavor ploying: special police .to enforce the Horses. was' a trust fund, placed with him for
and Farm
.i Buggy, Wagon safe keeping, and that the lost Is not a
; nicest place for bathing you have seen breakfast\ table If you wish to give at 6:30 p. m.; Sunday-school at law photographs that show the wild duck -- ,

in Dade county We are liCIt yet supplied each child an egg! aa a keepsake, huge" a 10 a. m.; song service and prayer-meet- feeding from the bands of boatmen, and Some fine animals Sold under guarantee his; that he I Is not certain as to the

with bath house, but expect to little nest by each plate with, the egg In lug Wednesday 7:13: p. ui. All am cor swimming fearlessly about the shore and to- be just as represented. R. A. amount deposited a* the memorandum

witness inch Improvements before the it.-March Ladies' Home Journal dially-Invited.\ among the pleasure and fish boats. Rouse West Palm Beach. If.I "slip was taken along with tbe money ,I/.? +

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i .: CHAMP H ,\ cuiEi l K .StORIES I[ the amount Jury the returned Jury a gave verdict us. for However the full, A twenty-foot yaw rigged<-< crnft. Suitable .. -Vital'-..-. .._Brand..__._Clotlitug_ u.-ANTHONV'S_.. .... .. .. *_

amount'claimed. The eo 'sll1 the ease for cruising on tins coast. Address Want a Good tiaras; ?
,\ or call on THE T"OWCA],,, for
exceeded $100. The controversy: of further'information. \ ',. *:r CLUB Call on R, A. Rouse, ol West Palm
if course wait absurd the point of Idiocy Bench He bus'em to sell. tf.

:, but It gave me a case $lts In money -- ._ _.
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Humorous Tales Gathered
., and a world of glory. Thenceforth, Visit .

Here and There. like Alexander, I was looking tat other -- .. Has ostaaraat

world. to conquer.' CamdenSouthern- Pines -and t CAPE ..

A Question of Jurisdiction.For PiaehuiaD'on your way home The nd :: .. ,-

many ;years the Judge of the /Seaboard Air Line Railway la the CafeHOTBZ

I Bomlnljcencea Senator of-the 'Ready Wit of Marion Balls Monroe Shelby; circuit only Mne. operating double daily Adjoining Royal Poinciana (Qrbunds on S$ QI.B BUIl.DING
Gr How
cn- He Caught the
of IIannl-
'It Thomas II. Bacon
was lion. service. Leave tit Augustine b:65

if:, Know Notlilnos-The Trouble With bal. As applied to him, with only a a, in. and 0:10: p. m. Leave Jacksonville the North. Regiar Meals 35 centsOyster's '

,\ t, General Clark', Head -Governo change of tense, there would bo almost ,
10:10 a. m. and 1 '*0 mAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ,
/f/{ Stone's First Victory at Law. literal truth In Fits-Greene- Uall ck's p. Breakfast !Luncheon and .Dinner Steak*, Chops, Etc.*. .

r:' I Wouldn't Buck the General Govern. famous couplet: --- To Ol'q,r .. \ \. JfPRIVATE :'

t tl,,: ment-A Juror Excused.tcopyrlEht Non know him but to lava him] h AAAAAA :
t,I None nain. htm but to prates at all hours DINIJ.Q-HOOMS.: : :.,1'
'f ( > W02:, by Champ Clark.] He Is "learned In the law," 'polite as Private Schoe'M Open from 6 .\. M. to Mldnlt 1 '*' ,

Korg.cu Ureeley, editor, philosopher, Chesterfield, brave as Richard Fhyitagenet us I.E. Huiilry, K Tor 111 a Bt<.. .,'

tAtoBtnnn and orator, once snlJ, "fame and guileless as a child. Loveof ,. Daily Be.. onl.8-jo: to it;'p''. First-Class Chef !u46m"f Prtnki ServedffomZapeRard(,!, ) :,:;
< to e. ,
IK a vnpoi-:" Of all sorts of fame political justice Is his ruling passion. Whenbarely : I n. +
: Pinto| Ie"""" ".by arran :ement. tourvvvvyvvvvvlvvgvvvvTVnYv. Cuisine
: tame la the most evanescent of age, he set out from home, and Service 1!
''hi James Q. Blnliie says In bla book, the burning with martial fire, to enlist In Manilla,tfHouse ;

greatest book ever written In AmeilcaIn the Confederate army lie JoinedTap" PRIVATE DINING PARLORS 2RSSOoC&DoGSrpec ... Orden R.eelYad 10''" 1. '/f.l' '" "'''',,,,,,, '
ri Price Jnst In time to fight In .. 1'10..ahll hog'. : ; .
sponttluat of James Stephen Green of ";Ii r.... '
u the battle of Wilson's Creek, where Tonsorla o!' '.
; I Missouri Fro Baetai : .. MRS. TIFFANV1SPROULJ'; !'.9JI Prop
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killed and "
General Lyon was ;young ,Artist t "'ii'HO'rEt ':.! 1'ItJ.' "
\ 'No mail among his contemporariesIn Bacon dangerously wounded.The .. I ".r\\;;." t:

g [ the senate] bad made so profound judge has a quaint manner of AUL.OnaiK PALM BEACH: HOTEL; Clean Rooms \: ., :
hotel' aumt mill Ctittnwra will find PlrntClu Sph'iiclldly Hltnated, facing Lak Worth
an Impression la so short a time tie speech, sometimes dashed with humor. .. Hotel .' '01';: ''
Nurvlce mid fti'iinonnMii Ternm. Koyal Poluclatia. .
won a very strong' debater. Ho hat Once In a case pending before blni ail Your|pat''>ii''ifo I. nullilUxl.PALM .. I I Enlarged, Improved and Equipped with tip-to And CoodWholesome, */ 1; \;>

peers but no master In the senate. Mr application was filed for removal( to BEACH HOTEL PAUl REACH The I L M S dale oouwtrtenc, .\" '')( !iJ
the United States court. After the Food. ;, V1 f
; ;
Green on the one side and Mr. Fesseni- I Rates $2 $2.50 $3.00
lawyers were through arguing and per day. -.i
'< '..
a tlen on tbe other were the senators appelal
DIMICK: & UIEGEL For weekly rates addreasro"rg
Bacon thus
spouting Judge West west Palm Death Fie, ""r>t .
''I- whom Douglas most disliked to meet his opinion: "There are some doubts In Proprietor 1'he Palma\ ;- West Paint"Reaoh Fla, Rate $5.oo Per \Veek:1. :. ,\ ,< ..jiw,,,{::J.*',,,I'',
and who the best fitted In rcndl- ''''I
fill. were
ny mind touching the question of Jurisdiction Palm Table Board $4.50 per" Week
ness, In accuracy, in logic, to meet but several years ago I ran up "
li iXJ@X $$
him. Douglas rarely had a debate against tho United States government

with either In which he did not losu hU and got my hide full of lead for so do Beach The Cafe Near Corner Polnsettu and Banyan)

I' iii. temper, and to lose one's temper In do- lug I do not care to repeat the performance Capital $ :' Streets

bat Is generally to lose one's en use, ; consequently I resolve all : Drug
doubts In favor of the general government : WEST
Green had done more than any other Oysters Steaks : PALM, BEACH. JFLA,
and grant the removal of the It-r-tf r
man in Missouri to break down the cause" .Store. :,
power of Thomas II Beuton as a OhOpS, EtC -awSte.

leader of the Democracy. Ills arraign- A Withering Rebuke.On ..... v.-w.-----.
Hon. Ben T. Hardln ,; ,
one occasion At All Hours
luent of Beaton before the people) of -DEALEItS IN- ..LARGE NEW HOTEL..
k of Kansas: City and myself were on opposite ;
Missouri tn 1840, when he was but thir
sides of a bitterly fought highway .. Open From 0 A. 11to 1O P. :M.to $
ty-two years/ of age, was one of the I
robbery case up at Shelbyvllle. The PALM BEACH
most aggressive/ and successful warfares Drugs Toilet Articles NORMAN C. UPP. Manager
With all due respect to Mr. Hardln, I ,
In our political annals. Ills premature
am willing to give It as my opinion : Opposite Jefferson Block Corner Olive Street and Clematis L M.xlmum af Comfort XL
death was a loss to the coun Fine g Avenue u 6.tl f At Minimum: of Coat T a d
be the Stationery
that he can most aggravating anoDruggisi's fit
try. &3>SSi>S><. iJ@ mortal I ever saw In a courthouse. He la Three hundred with "
Htinnr .roonm or
the Know
Caught Nothings. capable, plucky aggressive, provoking.( Sundries.PreBcriptionaCareftilly without bnth Spncliitia' Uotunda
Notwithstanding Green's splendid and ,'lama. Irontliift on
Great hall never been ranked
I patience
genius and the brilliant promise of his Lake Worth. r
I my virtues even by my most f THE
among Com
youth, he Is almost completely forgot ounried TRAVELERS Orchc.tr New York Chef. ') lad.Up
sanguine friends. The arot'eeaidense East C<1ft: t DIIIII neS8 toliclted.:!
ten. It Is doubtful If the ever i I
was long drawn out and welU'lsollle be- Oet off at Folucfaoa; Ifwjr HtatlonCF1A9. i,
I contained a greater stumper than he. WEST ''ALJI UKACU. 6.1(O-IHI
of description. EVCl'Y'body \
yond my power NEW
1 The Rev. W. W. McMurray once accompanied MANAGEMENT,- A. STONE, ManagerSIDNEY I
wns In a wretched humor. It degenerated '
me on a epeechmnklng trip MADDOCK,,rroprletor
Into a fie reo slugging match "
to Shelbyvllle, Mo. Returning, be said MRS. N. F. GARCIA, Prop'r Jacksonville Fla.
; ,
"The Immense audience you had to. among the lawyers. Hardln and I fell New Idea in Trunks.The .- -- -. 4
afoul Of each other repeatedly. To
night reminded me of the crowds that
make matters worse, we were trying Electric Lights, Electric Dells, Bathe, Complete Service.
I used to turn out to hear Jim Green. In
tho case" lu a church, within whose"
speech the Know In the Nothing courthouse days Green In Shelbyvllle began a, walls we all ought to have !been on our The Best $2.00 per'day Hotel in Florida. ,r

j good behavior, but we were not by a The moat reasonable Unardlng-
before an audience made up of about; long shot At last Judge Bacon, who Take ear at the Union Depot and salt the Conductor to atop m the TraTelera. l'J-1 House*"in West Palm Ueacb.
a half Democrats and half Know: "Noth
was a great stickler for good order
ing*, a fact of which he was fully grew weary with our ceaseless and unseemly ---- Board and l Lodging M P,&?'.? Week
awn re. On rising to speak be stretch. I
ed his tall form to Its extreme bright wrangling. After nu unusually. 4ti SHEEN Civil E"ldneorlull and Surveying. J..K. HICHTOWRR Erornlii; St""tlu.J East of Ticket Oman
violent altercation between Ilnrclln and
and, looking solemn as an owl, said, 'I Locating and Estimating; Timber (both Pine MRS. B. O. VOSS .Prop'Don't .
r the stralghtene'd back In
take It for granted that there are no myself Judge and. Cypress), Selecting and Grading Orange
his chair and In the blandest Sheen[h & h
manner Hightower1'RANKLYN
,1 t Know Nothings here,' whereupon every' a..d. Vegetable .....d. Specialty, [ !
said, "I do( not undertake to prescriberules I'aU> '
Know: Nothlpg In the house yelled out: i c enTRUNK ,,, MX profeasionhon{ carried tn* over all purls +
of etiquette for attorneys from Nr 0 Mne'Mnthern) penlnmita 01' Florida, and by Forget
'You're mistaken! We're all berel'Green
outside of this circuit, but I ted constrained cruonnt ob rvntlou I find great opportunities REAL ESTATE ,
replied, 'I am glad to hear It for,
to say that the attorneys of for profitable investments In Timber, Orange __
like my Lord and Master, I came not my circuit do not behave as Messrs. and Vegetable Lands., especially In the wild and That we have, at all time, .

to call the righteous, but sinners, to re JardJn and Clark are now doing." It UKttted part,where lb. land la mostly owned Lands for Sale In all parts of a choice line of

pentance.' was a withering rebuke, more so( per- Stallman Dresser Trunk by large corporation, who have never h.d the Southern Florida, improved and .
nnd graded according to quality, but all priced
Made Failure.
a of the kind tone In |
hops by reason tiniinpfOVMl.
Represent I uw Idea In trunk It In the Ame Writs'for partlcnlaraBoxa64wmtI'almBench '
Brother McMurray continued as follows which It was delivered. Hurdln and I portnble circa tug cnse,with drnwers Instead ol FLORIDAiNDWESTERNSWEATS
: ; A place fur everything n hat to a Florida PALM BEACH and LAKE
did not have another row that day. collar button: ,, and the Itotlom: 'I.n!: ncrciutlblc.* .
"Once Green and Judge J. J. LIndley, The Juror''Was Excused. the top. CoHtu no ,more lhnu a good box trunks WORTH properties. including .
nil exceedingly brilliant lawyer were skipped C. O D.. with I dKtati examine. some of the nicest\; waterfront Town property,
In the Shelby cue already mentioned Two-cent stamp for ;. ; :., ;. ,
trying a small sides In
case on opposite there appeared among the proposed We a large Hat of the most desirable In for
carry cottages town, ,
the court of a justice of tbe peace. F. A. STALLMAN ,
of the Confederate hero *
jurors a son
sale furnished and unfurnished.
When Green to make his Live ',.
came argu its West and Dressed Tur-
General Martin E. Green deceased, Spring Street,
\ ment he didn't state the facts of thecae
Mr Julius II. Green. On Inquiry Kir. 7-J-lyr COLUMBUS: OHIO. .
keys Chickens Butter
i ? to suit LIndley whereupon tbe ,
Green announced that be had already Residences and Business Blocks
latter said, 'Mr. Green, you should not Cheese Etc.
formed an opinion as to the alleged Eggs. '.
ter +- not up a man of straw.: Thereupon guilt or Innocence of the prisoner.Further ,
Green shook his long finger at LIndley Wheel Chair Livery '
Interrogation disclosed that
Orange Pineapple and Vegetable Lands in
and said, 'God Almighty tried that In said opinion wan derived from an In. i
Prompt Attention to Mall Orders.
making thlrty-flve and
you years ago
of the defendant's counter
spectlon Quantities to suit Purchaser.Call
1 .
made a flat failure of It.
Dance. Defendant's counsel responded New Wheels. .
Nothing In It. with a volley of objections. The court
C. Brother McMurray gave this sample asked the Juror If he had read Lavater. Polite Attendants and examine. our list. Faber Bro's' MarketWest .

+ cf his readiness In using wit: "Once
The Juror answered that he bud. Tho -
when the political situation was at tot tact Is that Lavater's work hat little or Prompt Service it ,
,, t >er heat In Missouri Green was makId no value In physiognomical research 11-t- Palm Beach.

;* a speech at Pnyetto. Old General but a certain prestige, attends tbe name 1.I.t901 ,

John B. Clark, then In his prime, was of the author. The court ruled that If -

i standing up In tbe audience. lIe tow. eleven" more Jurors of this type couldbe Wheelmen furnished who are familiar -

erod like another King Saul, head and secured the evidence would be dlsensed EVERGLADE PRODUCE CO. {

shoulders above all the people, and was pE with but In default of such a : with all points of interest on both BICYCLESWheeliJ.kept 1"

p therefore a very conspicuous object panel> Mr. Green would be eJcullt.: : >t1. '
lie had too much sense and knew J' sides of Lake Worth.
Brought Him to Terms. In first-class
I Green too well to Interrupt him but', con. "
In a divorce case between parties of. -- Headquarters for. dltlon. When you want to rent 1a
Green laid down
finally some proposition advanced years It appeared that the good,y-rldinK Wheel, go to
and the general sbozlc his bend In
$r couple had started In poverty. In conjunction JONES &
of dissent. SPEEDProp's.West : .
s'ln Green pointed to him
with his farm the busbaud. a E. PORTER
Live and Dressed '
and said: 'General you needn't shake frugal' German bad conducted a pot- Poultry .
head. There's It.' "
nothing tery which bad an elevated Mite. In her Palm Beach Florida.J .

+ Governor Stone's First Lawsuit. earlier married life tbe wife by up and Country Produce And Get. .

Lawyers are great bands to Indulge down bill trips bad furnished the water .

la reminiscences. Nearly all of them supply. !Hide: by side they fought Fresh A Rambler j'

tt 1.!ke to tell about tbelr first lawsuit for be wolf away and amassed for the '"Orders filled for Choice Indian Country Eggs .
usually even the greatest of"them beg.rn husband a handsome competence. Jltlll

In a very small way. Governor the wife's only means: of travel depended River Oranges. Wheels For Sale.
William J. Stone gives the following on casual trips of 'the farm wngon. Ill5tfAuxilllary Grapefruit and ..

account of his first lawsuit: Once when the team was hitched the Oranges. .

"As 1 recall It now, my first lawsuit old lady prepared for transportationof And General Repair Work done by an .,

Involved the munificent sum of COc herself and some housekeeping prod Yacht"AUTHUB Expert Repairer ,

,//r'!, :'nts. :Tbe plaintiff bad done certain ucts, the sale of which was her sole rein Olive Street West Palm Beach 1

:; work for tbe defendant for which he nee for pin money. When the old FRESH! VEGETABLES
rendered a bill of $2.00. The defendant B"Makes ,. ,
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man saw that his good wjfe Intended :: : H-Mf ".'fl
Y considering tbe charge exorbitant, passage, be ordered the team unhItched AGENCY ; :

r' f /4'i refused to pay tie was willing to pay and the errand abandoned The > dally trips between i I
4 71.50. and during the negotiations, by court ruled that this was the equlva- ,

;", vny of compromise, he proposed to pay lent of the most refined piece of urn ri CONTINENTAL .'t

the pinlutio; $2. When this proposition tal cruelty ever beard of. Altboup the ; West Palm Beach and C. A. J. CRIPE .-

was carried lo tbe plaintiff', he rejected old potter strenuously denied Makingany ,

"It It with scorn, and Instituted a suit before family Jars his wife was on allied Munyon's Island I

a Justice of the pen co. At first grounds decreed a divorce and half the HEADQUARTERS FOR PLANT COMPANY

r neither party had an attorney. Each estate. Tbe result was a compromise I

f t'' I. attended to his own case. They had and reconciliation: -Stopping at all Points of Iatereat-

,' 14.,: fifty witnesses stibpucnaed between Judge Bacon Is one of the most agreeable ., Fine Jewelry, Novelties Artistic Shell Goods and of Kittrell, N. C. p
them' Tim greater number of tbe wit- and sparkling conversationalists !

: u "Res were used to prove the value oft I ever met and Indulges! ,\ freely In, bontomla in'SouvenirsWedding : Black Aluminum Nov- -----

,,; '',e services Thq plaintiff' won on the and humor when among his Steamer leave Welt Palm Beachat .1. STRAWBERRY PLANTS:! 9

if Jir trial and tbe defendant appealed ntlmates. I think. he was the author 10.30'A.M.: Returning, Birthday and Holiday : : cities, Toilet Articles and Cabbage, Ten'.... Sod Celery Planti.CAKPfATIt \
Aft the trial I
-r wn employed by the of the neatest pun I ever heard. A year ;

llnlutirf. Cy this time the accumulated or so ago> at till Louisiana court of arrive at 4.30 F.M. Gifts. Toilet Sets in Sterling. >!C PINKSA
e e I
t3 :oats made the case-of much greaterImpormnve common pleas somebody told Judge apem.lty.WS .

to tile parties Tho original Bacon that Judge Roy bad eaten two ... Handle a_. and 1

? difference of pO cents was lost 81&btot dozen Rambo apples at one sitting. Round-Trip Fare . 75 CentsN A Fall Line ol Latest Magazine and Periodicals AIvijs On Band. O. I* Taber, Glen' Vlomrlnf at. Mary ria.Plant for
f ''ii \'Iew'It tbe In rge'bill of costs nc- "Well," said Bacon "that Is what I A.bar of:your patronage aoliolted.MAIt .J _

I, t.-II "il. now amounting to $iO or $80. would call an apple-ate Judge," ".1'f'

"' On the trial we made< It Appear that no splendid Ulxsourlan Is Hon. Thomas B.-Finest blue fishing.!and' trolling West Palm Beach. ORDBRS PROMPTLY VII.ISD "", t f

at.al! tender of any sum bad< been II. Bacon, well worth cultivating. on Lake. Worth Under Seminole Hotel, Addrea fllANK:
,4 I .nail. to the-plaintiff, and.--,so- -I' felt-prep" CUAilf d.A.X.0. 11.IT.&t; u-,a-lf H-l-tf P,0,Box 144, wail Palm Beset. rift I

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LOYE." '-'-" : DEALER

y -.. .- Money Amurlonn I* tint All Workluirm powerful, With V100B WOOD E.6RUBER, I N... HARDWARE ;

A distinguished American who ----
CONCEPTIONS:: OF LIFfij-. menus welt and believes what he sayp CROCKERY and .
Wood .rE
-- bus Informed a gathering of Frenchmen .
Woman .En.ctm.n..., That Conflict.L that In America "when men are Delivered to Any Part of' Town.I .FURN TUu.ni
/ Wlilt Dlvinvj I (aiia Nptapat" LATr>. well paid they do not bother, much i I .., d
COK.m.aictlua.. lu Tho.a >'lta* Attempt about their rights." !
All Kinds of
Boat Goods.Blcjrc1eand '
to M.k. Man Goo bV li&... That sounds well from the point of Leave orders 'at Wood Yard, ou Clematis ow c'
view of the man who>> dislikes strikes Avenue, near the railroad tyaclr; Bloyel Sundrln, Bt...c.,Tluvrre, Doari,8..h and Blind ,
!i [Byeolnl' Correvpondunoa.) '< and such troubles, but how about the or address I IJa
TWn oIldnted t-Ity of New" York, facts? : All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting Goods '' SS, o

IWlth"lls: aBOOH)0( ) ot population,spread, \ The most desperate strike we ever T. SHELL, UMoIln Stove., Blue Flam*Keroneue OH .,
ing' lt elf four counties and had strike QiaawartLampsand Lanteruii. Harrison Urn.' Ready Ml...d 1'.1,1 ,
; oval part was a by the locomotive engineers :PROPRIETOR .6- f I .
of a tlfth, has tin nsHcaaert valuation of one of the very best. paid classes -Ma6Urder.givenPromptttentlonil-wt'
m .persona) property und real estate not of workmen. .
g, ,fur from $4,000,000,000;,tho roal value The\ highest paid mechanics are these DcoEij 'x o okoeiolCoetoKoKoetoeloetoetoetoltoltoroeoKOKoalokgetoltpKo loKt u

) ,;'Is ':ot least 112,000.000,000. The ,city Whoso unions are the strongest and !
who Inslsf' most rigidly upon the exact PAUL C. iV, C. MINNICK .i
..j practically controls the monetary OP letter of their rights, JONES Truscott Boat 'Mfg\ Co.. f
financial status! of our great republic ,
George Washington was a rich 0p
very '
and' can stop the wheels\ of progress ot man for his day but that did not keep JONES & MINNIOK ; CONSTRUCTORS OF'i jj ;

,tho expense of '77,000,000 .population, him from Insisting upon his rights. i ''
f ,besides many other millions outttlde our Dauton the gigantic figure in the High, .,Grade: Pleasure Craft f a'.

natural territory; all at the ,l bid ,of 200 French revolution, was a rich .French
or 800 men, most of whom don't even man, about as prosperous In proportionas .. .BuildingContractors .. rf Vapor: Marine Motors. o
11'1'8 In the city, although transacting Ellhti Hoot at'the present day. But
n t>uslne s there. New York city'.Is prac- he was willing to rlaU and lose bill head o J. D. O. MORRIS: 'Agent, oi

tlcally a nation In' I self and the nucleus for his rights, and so were those associated g Only the Best of Mechanics >0 West Palm Beach, Florida
of tho moot Important one ou with him-Marat, one "of the '
earth today ,Ja many respects.! It Is, ablest and most prosperous physiciansof ; o7soiso7toisoSSO7solso9so>to7so5so7so1too5soStoStoisoko7toisoiso7soiso7so,tt 0
then, very Instructive and ludicrous I II his time, and a great many others.Of Employed on Our ContractsWEST J
S tpor to notice how the wise men there'are the men who in France led the "
quarreling about bow to nettle a great movement for their rights almost a. A. GALE C.. C. CUTTKEZX t"

Incidental, trifling city problem- every one was a man financially! pros PALM BEACH FLORIDA
? how to regulate a certain truffle so perous. Not a single poor, underpaid :! :; MANGONIA BOAT WORKSC.
that.men' should be a little more temperate workingman achieved any eminence In .
I. "
.a l on Sunday than during the other that movement C. CUTTRELL, ]Manager..
,lli six days in the week It Is the man not well paid who.. cares 13aotlG. .
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t: Ministers, lawyers, politicians, business little about his rights.. Shipwright, Caulker and Spar 'Maker.,

\;. _... : map Judges, professors, philosoI Such a man's vitality is low from '
.: pliers, etc.,at the very top Af that pyra- long hours and poor living Ills pride W. S. BELL MARINE RAILWAYS '
.raid which one of those days Is bound la low, his ambition Is withered, he Is
f to tumble dOwn in a worse: form tbaq easily managed. and Boat
l>the tower of Babel all'are quarreling The Chinese cooly, for instance, aim Contractor and Builder Shops. West Side of Lake, i
"ir', about laws to make a few millions of ply bows humbly when he Is told that
people a little more moral .on Sunday his bead must come oft, and any order at ,MANGONIA..
., ;, on,week days. And yet most of ho receives Is obeyed. He does not WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA Estimates ITnrnisbed on New or Old Work. '

q ,Y, : 'wIn people will tell you that we even think that ho has any rights, and Tins erection and repairing of Buildings of all ,dencrlptiors given personal Vessels hauled out and taken care ot for the Summer. sr

athan. men moral by law. It sOl he gets. 2 or 3 cents a day. attention. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED far- All Work Done With Neatness
F' .-.'"' ,i- Is it; that we take the trouble V>>f; The American bricklayer and mason, ON 4PPLICATION. All work well and promptly and Dispatch. ,
: king ten thousand laws per annum, the American carpenter, la a far different done. References given if desired ..-r-2

the; whole 'nation? I will tell you proposition from the Chinese cooly. Completely Equipped for First-Class Plumbing
Ky'. It fs because we don't want to lie'Is very well paid and' he carps a
!% \y the few simple, eternal laws that great deal more for his rights than for l-s-tf Residence on Evernia Street' ,near.Lake Front."_ 1'. O. Box 361. LAKE WORTH BOAT WORKS

.c formulated some time ago. ADI! anything else. 'to
4, ;wbo. are the ewe?" Principally we Wages are going up in this country |A. T. nOSE, Proprietor ,

,i' ; the wiser the powerful, the good. '"'fo andxthey' are going to continue to go Want Launches Yachts. Sail and J.Fish Boats, Row Boats and Dinghys,

whomsoever much has been given of up.As aHouse Built to Order, Overhauled, Rep4iedarllauled.Out.: 1
him much will be required." And that men get more money, more education /
{would be so by the logic of the universe more leisure, more personal pride, Boat Yards t'Mangonia.
even'If Jesus bad never uttered they will Insist more and more firmly Built: ? 10.18 tt P, O address WEST. /PALM BEACH, FLA- S'
that sublime sentence on their rights as human beings, and _
e Now please notice that the same men that blessed fact It is that will eventually '
t :who rake their brains In solving thy give us a real republic and a real n'T. Grant, Contractor.and Builder, Is prepared to give Do You Want a''
n ,. problem;above mentioned will tell ;you: government of the people.-New York prompt service .and satisfactory work to any one need. I '' ;'

a 'The rich have. their fine hornet andr''y Evening! JoprnaLCritleism inj anyihing in the construction line. rYa have them to Sell.and If we have I :' ,' : ,
'rlubrooms. Tbe only club of the poor none on hand to'suit we build '
men la tho saloon, and their homes are of American Workmen.In Call on or address Just what you want.: : 1

't seldom but n place to eat and sleep" The Trades and Labor Gazette, H. T. ,GRANT We are also Prepared ;Ir
!r, 'That.mat; sentence .is as true and;! the organ of the London trades union. a
i?' real t as the< force of gravitation in lets Mr. James McDonald, its editor, 6-6-1002 WEST PALM ,BEACH, FLORIDA.JAMES To Furnish .......
b our ,nation ,and every 'other today who Is also secretary of the London
and for long centuries of human do- trades council, has tbe following remarks Pumping Outfits for irrIgation.

velopment, now and then a little more, to make about his fellow work Iltet H0LLEY
; Write call for ia
or on ua Anything ,
less 1
now and then a little' tbe evU ers In the United States: Our Line that you need.MerrillStevens ah'
growing In proportion as the per capita "The American workman, It appears .... ) .
:. 'trealtb grows (all Important evils grow to us, may grumble less and more readily ___ .BTTTTVnTVR -* Engineering: 'CO.

in proportion as wealth Is !growing), ; respond to the invitation of his cap .. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISULBD ON APPLICATION ... : : : ,

Those twentytwowords alone con ItallHt taskmaster because hole a better *WEST PALM BEACH, '. ,FLORIDA JACKSONVILLE FLA. '
demn 'civilization more completely broken in animal. I ld.HI
y than could bo done by a cartload of "lie recognizes capital as king/ and ...... J-HOI-B..TOH Jacksonville Marine ''Railways
I Isolated facts. And fifty cartloads of fully understands that the capitalist

l facts attempting to prove the glory of owns him body ,and soul and that he I Geo..S. Hacker &Son '. ty:,
w our progress would melt away under must lay at the feet of his king capital .
the, heat cf the social deformity they all his physical and intellectual energies BOND & BOND COMPANY ,
inclose and pour out in'masses .right and fight his battles. Build 'Houses
i / land ,left "He Is entirely the creature of capital (INCOlirOKATED.) dI
I It.Is perfectly safe to challenge the and has no more real InUependence Move Houses

'J I 'wisdom of the ages to show us why than the machine he works. He claims Houses. MANUFACTURERS OF
h the contrast above mentioned In those to be the most Independent worker ou Repair f

,I twenty-two words can exist In the order earth but that Independence is, never Shop work, '
of divine law, in 'the economy of theless, entirely subject to a money n LUMBER LATH AND SHINGLES I

nature. Ob mf dear friends, In poverty value nnd up to the present he has Repairing: or ,
a or-wealth we cannot localize our sold It to the highest bidder. vat
mInds on a single social deformity '01' "Industrially and politically the Dock Building. Flooring, Siding and Ceiling OBrick Lime and Cement.IN .
tendency more or less unfavorably the
wrong American worker 10 political sense
atfectlng the life of every one of Is tbe most degraded of creatures- ,Call on or addressM. STOCK (
us without our being able to traceIt most degraded because his opportunities -

to deviations In moral law, sanctioned are greatest American workmen J. YARBOROUCH Doors. Sash, .OFFICE AND YARDS 3.1.1902
by our own dear human laws only obey animal Instincts." : ,
ON F. E. C. RY.
the very ones through which ,we say Went Palm Ileacb. Fla.o1KOKORo Blinds, MouldingsAND

we cannot make men morall I Yet we Hmnlorert Liability Dill. -- Between Poincetta St. and Lake Worth. '

do certainly make men Immoral, high A'brand.new employers' lIability bill Building: :Material
,:!J.,.,. ly Incomplete, selfish, ignoble, throughW intended to meet objections raised by 0o bA

\\I :-i", buman. laws; have done other so for centuries. the governor In his veto of the Brack-- CHARLESTON, S. C.tgST" jDocQo; :3 : cG. :;)OQCAX <0 =
Through no process can
..,.. sIn be kept alive among millions men ett measure last session has been Intro o W Yaiita.t I I ; Largest Factory South.
'. duced in the New York legislature by '. Send for Price TO ALL INTERESTED
thousands of ,
;+ through ;years -among Senator Slater. The senator says It ,

,1 4 I IW i, general men living relations together in, fixing all that their is vital own was prepared by the American Feder I I TEE-:
ation of Labor and that it has House :Built ?
in human existence.: -
.. backing of practically every labor union : A C. Dittmar,
All in the order-of the universe is
( In the state.According ;
'iff: fixed by perfect adjustments that shall to Its provisions em, oyees DEAl.KB IN Peninsular Electric Conduction

.I,: never need any retouching. The complete may sue employers for personal-. TINS J. CRIER, | -RO"l andUncssed'ucttnberr-
equality of men is revealed in the /
t' juries received while on duty; that tbe '
,,:" birth and death of every one of us. fact that an employee continued in the o 0 COMPANY ,

,c: ; Springing up from duet and returning service of an employer after the discovery Contractor | Shingles, Doors Sash, Blinds, IS NOW open to the patronage of ,the public of West
to ,idustl And each cblld of the same sI
', ,, '
shall not be
I\ of
); of danger Injury o Palm Dearth and
Brick Lime
'n\\ father comes with potentialities for Mouldings. vicinity .
considered as an assent by the employee I and Builder
pood. All that each\ child needs Is a social and Builders' Hardware
1\\\i.\FF of the continuance of the risk io Electric Construction of All -Kinds.Anunno .
l:; ,* media which Is not poisoned\ by negligence contributing to any o PIERCE. FLORIDA .
.;:"\':.; the infernal restrictions of human law or : to fill order ton. Call Belli Burglar end Wire Alarm ,..t....a Specialty.. ;
Injury. Is prepared your
an environment which should not be ALL WORK UVAHANTKKU. ,, ,t

RT'tl the respecter of persons, a buman government The Kaiser and the Worklnsrmam.A I iC promptly and in workmanlike o LIGHTWOOD POSTSFirst'Class Offices In Jefferson Block, 10-18-lf

which should not repudiate dispatch from Berlin states that 2 Estimates furnished Lightwood Posts for
1'' the government of God".tbe equity of the German emperor Is considering ,the o manner. o Pineapple Covering and other purposes P. O. 3944 West Palm .Beach, Fla. ,
the Father. That: simply means a government calling ot an International congress of on construction work of every Address
without fuvorltlams to anybody moet In his capital city to discuss J*
labor to
t -' a government which respects the subjects of mutual Interest to the o description. As H.B., HOWARD

equal freedom of all men and grants to trades unions and himself. It is reported If .... 0 Sebastian Fla -
all an equal opportunity for full development ,
In Germany
that the bard times
have greatly strengthened the tradeR West Palm Beach Florida: \
Lumber and Material
whatwould then
And do you know ; unions and given his Imperial majesty S 0 D. M. GEAURIDEAU Building
would happen that mighty
happen ft ho little concern by reason of the close o IMS-I* ,
few laws would be needed to make life relation which is supposed to exist between il0ie 01105105107e o 51 o 510 31 o 51 o o.o uSPROUL'S PALMS SHAVING PARLOR. '
worth living to aiL Life worth living the labor movement and social .; Everything in the Building Line ..
Toniorla work the
Flmt-clHHH by
r means the rapid 'per unal elimination democracy. It Is further reported that Old tollable."
of all wrong habits, for the simple rea be Is considering now schemes.of patrrnallsui snop UNDER HOTEL PALMS Lime Sash Nails
son that each one of them interferes to allay the discontent of the :EXPRESS "VTent Palai n..oh.Via.W. Builders Hardware ,
/with our dally joys. All wrong habits working! classes and that one object of Cement Doors Paints, IF
cling to men because of a civilizationthat the proposed congress is to ,discuss Furniture moved Baggage Turned Work andMil1
has no faith in divine laws. We this end.A and .ARTSON House Orders a Specialty
then'lean ou our great multiplicity of plans,.to transferred general '. H p y Work of all Kinds
ii8i! draying; don ,at reasons-
e( f.' human enactments, as vapid and nonsensical Mon. .. to *wt ton. '
;t), as the whims of spoiled children m York will ble ratu.TwoSeated. TAILORINC-: GEO. F. P PADDISON Eau Gallie, Fla. 1 ,
.of New'
;i1-: ; ,all because saturated with mean, The workingmen and his noble CarriageOr 11111'AI
of human life all not forget John Swinton U. All Its Branclw]
-fI//" selfish conceptions life work. On motion of Delegate Bob: Single Buggy 0
because we refuse to rise luto real love --
,:r toward each other. We don't even have Inson American who Federation Is a representative of Labor of the the For hire by hour or day. The Photographer
i CLEAXIN6 Kaufmann
any real love for our own children as PRESSING U rt U
stand a Central Federated l. union has appointed Leave orders at Manilla House. _
by progress
Jong as we placidly suitable la Block, Upstair '
I"" that discards all fundamental conceptions committee tosee that a lU." DfEINS AND REPAIRING Studio 3cJvmid
I. monument Is erected to SwInton'sJUflmory. '

much; we of may brotherhood.talk about n>j It.matter It la how sorasytoUIkl The committee will ask the Vs alone HorBeblcl ShoesAlImONY's5-- Shop on Olive St.. West Palm Beach.t'd .1 1-3-tl WEST PALM BiSACH, FLORIDA.
city to viva a sitefoi tb. shaft
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"''''8Inde,' want. William UockHfullur, hiss THE TEST OF DEMOCRACY. GOFF STARTLED THEM
i l>n>flii>r. whom buhllng In ----
i ; .. Few All Men. ta Tell "'batb.rThey
.. ltiryM. r Tb. 0'-
t cke are MUinntwl at SIB.OOO.OOO ; : Fitranni Jxutitu Bnr Thlnicn to .
': ....<11 'Moueer Paper of Dade County plotids.TUO FlaKlnr, with holding ot 'lfl.O00Jobn ; .", -*: -, VW!| rJl'r' llelonsF h. be Parts. Ifllili ..'
I _ D. Arohbolil... with holilln. of about Government Officials DocNot Inform The Richmond Times does uot know Golf mutlo un inMii'HK, before PROGRESS!: IMPOSSIBLE WHILE! LEADERS "

>4R ,>a\L SU N PUBLISHING COMPANY 'KOOOOOO,end H. It, Ro/er..., who In nail town .,. -' "where: It Is at" says the Atlanta. Con the January meeting of thc Ninotwnth SUPPRESS THE.. TRUTH. \ ,

.';' ODV I. HKTCALH.: ]EDITOR.FUBI.IH(0 (took* with a par value of about *A, the PubliC lltutlon. It Is so badly befogged thatIt Century club In Now Yoilc --
liolili-ni wbo count
OOO.OOO.) Othor lars men "
believes "nobody knows how the which according to 'l'beVol'ld.. mud Absurd. Tbronal Wltte1l "
( "
H. Tl -
--- -- --'- their fortnnm by the; mllllonx, are W. \ '
v ,\'. ........, CV1HV FRIDAY' lord treneiirer of the corporation; C. M. ''Ii mocraUo party; stands on tbe irent hi,. fashionable audience gasp Pol Dutlee A.. shi.uae.i.treeadlnsfro' ; :3

: 11 :. ::" AT: WIlT PALM BIAOH. OAOI,OOUMTV. FLORIDA' Pratt. wcrtary ; O. H. Fayno Paul I Dab. STATISTICS OF PHILIPPINE. questions' of tho day" and that "tliou lowing* an extract: : from The World' Condition Which..'por. ieIizi.r J ,'".',, .'"

". cock.T. C. Bimhnull ;1. A. Moltatt and f. I.Duretow. lands ot-meD do not know whether report: !Wen Wko Cbext Themelv "'" \\\ .
jj'\Jf.. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. 92.00 A YeAR.f" Allot thoe are monitors ot the; RecorderGoff was the lout speaker
"; ', board of director For. ........t... That Depaittaseats they belong to "Democratic party or Ho spoke with. slow and measured\ (em SpooUl[ Corr...pondurioi "u'It ....
'I.f<; not." Solomon lived In our (lily.:\ Instead ;'-"'
,, Kntercd: at tho Poatofflce Went Palm Beac IC..p Back laformatlen Certain phasts much as a judge wouli
I f" ;..' a. second-claim matter. But perhaps things oro not,, actually very \ of saying, "Of the making t pf books .AII'
New.p.pe.. Are "Unpatriotic"* when charging a jUI'y In an luiportan I
/ _ _ ,
} ,. A TAX PAYER! WANTS TO KNOW.ItUtor there and Mother. Who Want News In so bad a way ns all that We have case. He, looked bitt fashionable audlenee there la no end," he would any, ''Of tho ;:

j r I I }'llIDA.I Y, MA liCit :31, 1002.if tho authority 'Longfellow, in fact Concoction of 'absurdities 'tUroUgrh: '
In the face and his indeT .
TuoiMCAt HUN : ., Their Dora; Are 'TraJtor! ;>_ squarely -
I. _ _ _ Dt-nr I'lr-1: hare boon Inlormeil on .very that sometImes "things are not na they !finger very often, punctuated, hi!,,' which to shirk duties thereIs uo end." .",

,- WHEN vine PRGHENT: CAPITAL at good authority that fact Bummer. our Washington dispatches of a strongly seem" and as they must undoubtedly!; remarks."I Modern existence: i Is euoti a.complicated .

t'onnty ComnilaHlimeni "made a contractfor administration type express great dts '50Cm to Democrats who have been think, we assume a little too muchIf network of results each set of them

\ S \Vlu.hhIKtnn, D. (U., was complete, a bridge acrom tbe Miami III VOl', In pleasure with-certain newspapers at straying from the. procession and pot we make the mistake to congratulate telling. different stort'tba t by. simply

l ,; Congre. piitmnd" an act .allowing; each such utto'dIM..ar..rd matter Will of you the law pluaiw relating pobllnh all to the north tor writing articles wherein lucking with the opposition for the past ourselves on the present state Of our suppressing some ajid feferilngf to cith

_ if ifII:i State III the Union to furninh, either the fact about thl .reported rontrnct. I the army department is charged with five yeutg. Everything la iipt to seem society and on our position In It The ers we can justify our wu conduct

: I iu mar ilIA or bronze statues of her think the tax pajera of Dude County are the crime of keeping back; Information; out of place to {he follow' who la on" his aristocracy and nobility of France took and give a fine ImpiCHoloii/bf\/ tha time

,j citizens entitled. tn; know at once If they have. from the pubUc with regard to the buss himself. the same position before the revolution we live In. And it is,so x pleasant and
most lUtingiiiahed? to :.Vie '
been let In for another unnoceiuary anil sol. The Times might easily help ItBol lu regard to what they culled their so easy:!" foe mont' inert to retain that
statistics of the United States
U I placed In tb Hull of Statuary i In otly !aw-ult. vital back to right ,relations with the party rights but was it nut their lives which which in flatterlngnnd drop that whichis

theCuplto). Tint this State has nove Tory Truly Your., llers In the Philippines\ say: the' New by frankly conilldel'ulir.a few simple! caused their revolution? The noble foil :Then most people fQi'ge-t that\

FnKligini. nonsitT. :Orleans/ i Times-Democrat.< amused themselves In luxury and, humanity bus nob received< omnipotent!
availed herself of the privilege/: and and slgulflcnnt facts "The great ques.
Palm Beaoli, Fla.. March 18th. 11IO3. The offending/ newspapers are It ap. for evil. Uvll Itself needs be\ -'
now the question is being tnken tlons of the day, to eIpploy Us phrase, wealth while the people starved."I power fo
up The inquiry above Is indeed timely; hears from the dispatches In question, are the proposals and purpose, of the recall a few years ago during the associated with good Through' no other

.' I by the State press and ext""sivly) and pertinent. At the time when very unpatriotic and bays. devoted dominant Republican party. Its poll period of depression when thousands process can It lust fOitny'iorg period.

agitated. Who will be the fortunate themselves for many months to the cles as they are being exploited by the of men went without work in this citya Auy klild ol mixture'between ,
this abuse of lodged in the '
two to be BO honored by their native authority / task of encouraging/ the 'Philippine revolt administration and the majority of congress meeting of worklngiuen In TompkJnIIQuat'o. good and evil makes the latter supreme
County Commissioners was perpetrated ''' In the ensemble of the most Important
: Stu le. furnish the live Issues of the day] '

.*. THE PEOPLE'S PAPER called !-. This charge of encouraging the Filipinos and prophesy the salients of the next "All of a sudden a squad of policemen results for any JoufetU. ,of'time. How\ ,

t" : editorial attention in these columns in revolt was a very commonone campaign.No entered the square They clubbed foolish then, to arrive at unj conclu

1 IT INSINCERELY TO BB DOPffiU: that to the unlawful procedure of the during the last presidential campaign man who believes In the constltu men, women and children !indlscrlmlnately sion because something good 1 lav accomplished .'
the Governor 'can devise some pin n : at the sauau time that all people tlon as it was interpreted by Its malt as only a New York policemancan. la certain directions '

the hardships of late County Commissioners, both in the who did not agree with the McKinley I ers and by the popular voice for the No attempt was made arrest The most reuiarknbitr fact Is that: the

I whereby a matter of the Miami bridge contrAct policy of foreign conquest were dubbed'traItors" first hundred years of our history,can' anybody, because no law bad been vio- very men who are always trying to
1'' Beswion, of the will not cheat themselves and Uot. self
Legislature "StarChamber" inteL The next day the lnulty by
and the
proceedings and "onetnles" of their coun : doubt that lie Is Democrat.. No nina newspaperswere

4 I,! nerve aft a bar to the securing of conducted Slippery' George Chairman try. This reckless talk: was eet'down,,11 who bellevE's.thnt wherever the flag/ full of praise for the 'finest,' who justification and pretension of social l

\ Florida's, representation at the St. of the Board in the' ; however, to account; of the ;"excite 'floats'th County the who renun.Zj Inert
Louis Exposition. This State is mcnt of the campaign and when the tlon should be applied and enforced nothing but a common everyday New generally ones u ,
Court House deal never attempting tosuppress wrong .
[ or
: at doubt to which be York clubbing. What was there to
election was over .nothing or any can. party belongs *
too /great, too progressive; too prOsperous When once the heavy tux: payers I rute very little, more was beard of It. No man who is opposed. to a Itxt'ld' colonial prntao In that Now, suppose you bad create any consensus on the subject

to be left) in the rear by her to been clubbed just because you hat They practically do just the reverse
i' ofDadeund( Mr. K'ibert I in one of! Those who had used the unworthy language system far foreign"possessions :
: sister cornmonffealths. If the Governor in the / respecting their fellow citizens and people in vassalage, can hesitate been standing In the square! listeningto They Implicitly carry right and left tbe ,
the largest tax County])
; payers I oonvlctlon that wrong shell go oft by
is' assured that public sentiment !- were probably ashamed of themselves about proclaiming hlmpelf! a DemocratNo one of the speakers. On your: way to
interested In due time and
\ became sufficiently and ehall'dlsappear
will sustain when the passion of the campaign bad I man who believes in tbe fundamental the hospital to have your wounds
movement '
a to without the 'need of our doing. anything
aroused to into nnd tnke dressed do think that could
inquire passed while those who bad been ma- axioms of Democracy as declared you you
insure Florida's against It. Such people are really those
participation In steps to uncover the peculiar official llgued were not disposed to rake up by Jefferson and Who opposes Imperialism have been very ecstatic about the present who
keep wrong alive and growing all
that great; event, there Is little militarism tru t.c ",'OvernmenU"Tbere
S operations of Slippery George and the disagreeable past.But otrol of leg tbe time the law of life being a la\<, of
doubt but {that he will be equal to this charge of encouraging the \. islation or corporate control of governmental '\'asel'y little applause at the
hill In their growth
political pals manipulation They may ,themselves
conclusion of Recorder UoCt's remarks.
Filipino revolt which has been functions can be other than
the occasion and will devise recently a
some conservatives that being one of the
of tbe County affairs it will bet
invented In and sent1
Washington out
to the unfortunate subterfuges by which Important duties -
plan overcome t: the good of a long- into the Is neatly there Is no To KnllMt Pence Committee.A ,
very great country a very distinct echo great hurry up necessity are escaped, avoided, laid nslfte. The
position the State is now In. of those for the Democratic newspaper report of the proceed.
suffering public. campaign that party getting poor fellows don't see that conservatism -
.** THE PEOPLE'S PAPER has the Democrats were "traitors" and "en out this month ,a new national lags of the recent convention of the 'has always meant: destruction
a competent America held 1
emies" of their country and it is to bo platform for"tho battle of 1004. OB United Mine Workers of '
THE that Is the
MANAGEMENT OP THE NEW AD- prolongation of tbe kIngdom
and reliable in
of l
man charge iu Indianapolis states that
the ap.
observed that it comes from the same contrary, it has everything to gain of falsehood Nothing worse than
'DITIOX- to this town recognized: the its Seat Bureau and he will and peal to the peace committee recently
County class of persons from whom those previous nothing to lose in Just standing In that Is possible and If evil could< be
: nppt>st the of the national
in the next issue of this pnper.cive accusations came* via, from highway made to talk by Itself: without the instrumentality

in charge of their street and 'rawer such information AS can be obtained, those Intense admlnlstrationlsts who and sounding the slogans of nssaull of the National Civic fedorat'lon of men. It would declare

work, and have secured the services in the would allow nobody to hold an opinIon upon the Insidious\ unconstitutional for the settlement of all labor disputes. that conservatism Is the best friend
to in. .
: '
answer very pertinent of which Senator Ilanntt Is chairman
And ,
of Civil Engineer Franklyn Sheen on foreign policy different from tbe imperialistic aggressions of tin that evil Can tiavo.Harper's -
qniry. opinion of the administration. These party In power. In that line of duty and on which prominent capitalists, labor .
the former _ Weekly of Feb; 1 say In
Had Mayor and his allies leaders and citizens
claqueurs of the administration evidently every Democrat can find a fighting prominent Its editorial columns: "Not one' In"'a''
) on the City Council used a modicum place and the who ttoes have consented to serve has been decIded
Why Do It? want to gag tbe public press man not feel thousand men dare' today to tell the

judgement and placed the sewer -- -- so that it shall not find fault with It sufficient to be on that firing line lush on by the anthracite miners, who truth In the Important affairs ot life. .
will ask tbe committee to assist them \
work oftbe municipality tbe hands The fatuity of northern people who any of the actions or arrangements of reason to suspect his own Democracy.; either because be lacks courage to
in ranging a conference with the operators
-I of a person of intelligence, rather come to Floridia to spend the winter or the administration. They appear to of the district In regard to the form any opinion of his owji{ or baa not 1
bold that a divinity does hedge about HARMONY MISSOURI courage enough to It when .
of it whether for health express
a part or pleasure _
than to have made it a sinecure for wage scale for the coming year.
the administration that no one must formed and because It Is against
In returning no early to the discomforts .. President John Mitchell of tbe mIneworkers popular ,
the ex-Mnyor'spolitical and lieutenant Pointing War; to Democratic ... ,.
pal think of calling Its doings In questionor sentiment A habit t lit even created :- -". ,
and dangers which their visit SueeeM I. inoi.If Is a member the pt'ace "" (
we might today have u sewer dare to ask for wore Information on the subject by doing the same.:In : ._
to Florida was intended to elude 'tho sit me" spirit of party harmonyand committee on !behalf of wage earners
about public matters than It (the administration Imall'matters- Is Vonderf, how
worth fair
fraction of what
system a of devotion and be, It la understood, at the miners
to which
prehension. party prevailed
) condescends to give .put) even the most fossilized papers often .
it cost. But then-the people haveto During the -rigorous(! sennon. of the When Oliver Twist asked for more In the convention of the Democratic conference suggested an appeal to the condemn the progress, they are constantly '-i'

pay the penalty of the Council's year sudden changes( of locality and workhouse soup he was not more severely county committeemen of Missouri committee. A committee composed of glorifying. They do It unconscious

folly, and so long as the interebted climate, especially from wild and genialto frowned upon by Mr. Bumble shall obtain. nationally III 19O4, the Tresldeut Mitchell and and District. of Presidents the- of what they are about with -'
Democratic party will elect the next Duffy, faby
out noticing that they tbus'eontrndlct
than these
parties got the no on> oughtto harsh and rigorousare dangerous are Inquisitive newspapersby
money even anthracite field, appointed by the mlu
president of the United States,
l tho administration's claqueurs when says the general tenor of their teachings; I
kick-notevea the tax payers who to persons of robust health while, in tbey ask for more Information about the St. Louis Republic. ers, will draw up resolutions. In accord. they are oil bent upon perpetuating our '

the he case of the invalid or ol icraonj ance with this plan It Is understood.The '
paid piper.AN ( the health of the United States soldiers This Is the plainest of truths Th organized and legalized social "wrongs.

threatened with, or whose- tendency in the Philippines.Here American people are today more solle appeal will offer tbe first opportunity ) There we have the hIdden power of '

whether by Inheritance ,or otherwise, is a specimen of the charge Itous for the triumph of Democratic demonstrate whether"the com truth making Itself felt even through .', ,

INTERESTING BOOK. i Is to serious disease such changes are from a Washington dispatch in the principles than ever before In their his tulttee can be of anyservlce In tbe set the public- organs of error nnd false

"Where, When and How to Catch attended with the very greatest danger. New York Tribune, "Under the caption tory. They have cause to be solicitous. tlement of labor disputes. The miners hood. paid foe by those who can puf *" '

t-. ..- 0 Fish on the East Coast of Florida" In tbe case of invalid who have spent 'Informing the Public,' says the They now clearly perceive the tremendous are hopeful that au agreement on the chase wrong anil evil no matter bow '
scale wilt be reached and
t some time in Florida during the win'ermonths dispatch "certain newspapers which perils created by tbe Republicanparty's wage high Its market price may be. .',., "
_.-- it) the title of a neat, Interesting, it have long devoted themselves to encouraging surrender of American faith. of the union secured What we call abstract truth in relation ,
volume which this week reached the may well be supposed that it turn for relief to "
the Filipino revolt' are passIng They Democracy to specialised facts not yet real ,.4'\ "t'j.J
would have been better for them had They will be glad to support and elect Mlnlnar Laws. Trnnelmted.The ized Is far '
IMitors desk with the compliments along a fabrication which historically more convincing after all '
tbey not come bercat; all than command anthracite mine laws of Penn
a Democratic president on a Democratlo wltb sound minds 'than'
of the author, Mr. Wm. n. Gregg compares tbe frankness with
; ;,
after sylvania have been translated Into seven '
a period ofgrealer less .
of St. Louis : or protract whicn the British authorities take the platform.All resting on Isolated facts, which even

ed residence here during which their public into their confidence by Issuing that Is necessary for Democratic languages under tao personal direction If true, may not amount to anything ;
The book has 100 engravings and in 1004 la that the shall of James B. Jtodertck! chief of the
\ : systems have experienced many and exhaustive vital statistics regardingthe victory party because t disconnected from other facts ,
:12 beautifully colored of bring out the full Democratic vote ol state bureau of mines, with a view of kept In the ''
plates radical changes return' to their northern South African campaign with the background or unknown .

'. tiahes common to .these: waters, and homes In the month of March and alleged suppression by tbe wnr depart the United States. Harmonious organization having the foreign element In the yet. Take no-,. the debatable question '
mines familiarize themselves with
,* ment of all official Information about will'BCeompllsb this-not ra> of whether our modern progress means ,
altogether' the book contains 267l.nges April, whoRe varlablenessis trying even !
organization. those these laws. Many of the more serious
the casualties In the Philippines', ?: as suggested by a positive advance or a merit fantastic f
to robust and
with maps. strong. whoseulterior Is disorganize accidents are caused by the lack of '
purpose !
one Invited by human conceit
\ And the author of the dispatch goes Higher
This is a very interesting book Besides, April and May are our mom on to .nay that tbe public gets tbe an Uoivbut the compact alignment/ of th knowledge among the foreigners of the than: any human statements or assertions I
pleasant> months and who do in consistent Democratic formation mine laws and the requirements which '
persona party a j
spurt from the useful information ItI nual report of the secretary of war and< referring to debatable subjects
not see Florida 'during those months the annual and with every Democrat worf lug they prescrlbe'to protect Abe miner In even when backed by figures and facts
gives; as to tackle, bait nod locations surgeon general's report
his worlt and to reduce to the minimum
know of the of strenuously and loyally for the Democratic
nothing joy living. subject to human
the annual prejudice. mIstakes
adjutant general's report or ,
for the different
angling, the risk of life and llinb.
I Persons coming to Florida from the and the judge advocate general's an cause. Democracy : higher than all that stands the '
kinds of fish found the Eust vital than What The languages Into which these laws
along never more right now.
forth If following self evident .
cannot inial and then he
they spend the entire report sneers at tbd reasoning process ,

1 .: (Const. It gives the scientific as winter (and 1ly:: winter Is meant tbat season idea that tbe public should be credited Is needed Is. the opportunity for its fun! have tab, Slavish been translated Austrian are hungarian German, Italian Pol- "'Ve cannot prove that humanity .

well as tbe common names of the as characterized 1 by dates in the with a yearning for Information about expression.The of and Russian which nationalities Is Improving the substontlals of life :
Missouri convention
t I t4 fish of each locality and North here should remain the health1 of our soldier boys beyond county until we con at least show that a sufficient :1
1 1 many ) at home as committeemen Was animated by a represent 80 per cent of the foreign element -
what Js contained In a few lines eacb number Of Imuortnn. man .'.' "
t 1 anecdotes, and discussions are in late as possible leaving there only of these annual clear recognItion of these truths. T.b"I" in the mines of Pennsylvania. at work In thO ----, --- era'r. r--J.//) :
reports. ,suppression of fundamental )
y4 the when discomfort slightest trend toward dissension Sixty per cent of the persons employed '"
t book as to shark and other or danger to their was no evils
It is not a few lines in an annual report through precise simple '/ > .
In and about mines
health drives them and or factional, bickerings. Tbe object the are foreign ,17 '
:t di-nizenn of these waters. away; they that the American people want to fundamental processes corresponding :

4. t The author asserts that the lAdy should remain here at least through lave about the health of Uncle Sam'l of the convention was tq prepare knowledge born and' of many the English of them language have no or to the Golden Rule established or pro "' ."- .,
the for which \C'!
I be month of April. By so doing/ they soldiers In the' Philippines. It lis I the way an organization mulgated by Christ." \ '
fish "is of '
one the queerest fish that should render a winning support the the laws under which they are wOl'k.Ing. J:; } ;
swims" though barely edible. would avoid the abock of suctdeu regular monthly reports-If weekly re' state committee. The first requisite Copies of the laws as translated We all know that not one In, (five .." .; .
ic transition and the ports are not to be had-giving full and thousand of our Important '''.
4 escape variableness.daOlpne 111 such support party harmony. Tbe dre being distributed to the secretaries men bus %:' ,{,
:No one who purchases this book tl and bleak-oess Incident to detailed statements about the numbe{ convention's. hearty Indorsement of the of the three United Mine Workers'dlstrlctl anything to soy about any precise,Tun- ,'. J .1,_

will not regret; having it handy for departing winter the North.It of Invalids lu' this and that hospital, Democratic administration of Missouri In the anthracite region and sent du mental processes wltb which' to destroy "11I( .

rending and reference. It is bound Is possible that experience' and the ,wounds or diseases ,from ,which affairs and its pledge of unqualified by t these officials to the officers of the fundamental evils. They may "-: i\

I in cloth nod has a good index. The i observation my have taught those concerned they are suffering their Improvement support III all active campaign work local lodges. not even accept the Idea that we have -';".,'
dlslmprovement from_week to week any fundamental evils .
or. If tbey do ". :
I look can be obtained from the this important lesson. Jf proves the tact of harmony In Missou ; t';;; "
I so, heir chances of recovery, etc. This 1 1the II Labor tJelone In Indlaunpolle. they will bring out that colossal absurdity _.'., "
Democratic nlzatlon. Tbe ,
ri's or *
we shall not witness the per.manent /
author. *
sort of Information that tbe Amei I effected Is Indianapolis bad a big labor Impetus of "Oh. but wo are yet a fallen :.
organization a \
begera of tourists during the month want to have about tbe soldiers guarantee ,
M. of can people that this support will be not last year. These unions chartered witha humanity, unable to attack fundamen ';
March this but hotels will In the Philippines. for albeit the}. tal evils. We have
year onr
: 'r single exception. by the American no right to Interfere .
r.: STANDARD OIL DIVIDENDS. only hearty, but Intelligent and effectively : j
continue crowded are only moat of them common soldiers -, wltbeuch evils' .
throughout< that disciplined. Tbe lesson of the federation of. Labor, were organized: All we can do Is tu ,

I rl' According to an Associated Press entire mouth anti running well up into those boys are near and dear 14 recent gathering In St. Louis Is plain. Suwmakers' Helpers, Saw Grinders lie down flat and let the evils have full 1<

jf lUpntch.tha stock holders of tbe April. many individuals remaining hundreds thousands of American elk"- Through its teaching of harmony and and Toothers, Saw Filers and Setters, play upon our bodies and souls/" \

I cv ( Jjow Krniidnrrl Oil steal have just pocketed over even until dates in May.-Orlando zcna whose hearts yearn to get fullet capable organization this lesson should\ Saw Handle Makers Bridge and Structural And so there you have It. We are t
and Information
more restarting
I 4 ed $::!OOOOOOO, more of the people's Record. frequent when result In Missouri lending' the 'Democratic Ironworkers, Ice Drivers. Blllers good enough and have power to sup. .
them especially they art Protective union General I Teamsters; press evil by 60 or 00 I per cent
Ilk 14 In the rake off Mr. thll'lntorma.tlon party to national victory la 1304.A so _
; money. Flagler; down with disease And we be
.. Cereallne Workers, Wheclmakers, Machine may able to brag about our be- <
1 I gi.t... u \bIg>\ alien. Comment would be BUSINESS LOCALS is not forthcoming; let the Bnalneei. Molders Steam and Hot Water Ins !better than other meiv something j
MIah<:r Pour
lL.; out of place when the old, (pule facts 21 ft. Launch perfect order; also t H. claqueurs what( face on of it the they administration please. pul American trade wltb the Philippines fitters' Helpers, Machine Mill Hands, that God alono can know And there

f' are ritpil. The diHpattli$ is as follows: P. Pierce is so'light as'compared: with that be- Upholsterers Foundry Helpers, Freight our power comes to an end. We can
engine for sale half ; The government at least |300,<
; price.Agent pays J
: ....-. Yurk, Mni-ch in.-Tho Hum ol '20,. tween this country and the other trop Handlers, Ice Cream Makers and Handlers never complete the Job in the suppression
for the Gray Marina and Station.ary 000) per annum to have Its news cabledo .J
I .... ) wan (llNtrlhutfil toilajr among, those ical..Islands ,of Cuba Porto Rico, and Concrete and Cement Workers of evil. A certain portion must be

t't'I." tortunnteenoiiKh to be boldofe o! Gas Engines. W. P. UNOKMWOOD, and from tbe' Philippines. It It wers Hawaii as scarcely to cut any ma- Suspender Workers, Allied Metal Mechanics left alive for our own amusement The t

i : !< -II1I"hUII 'IJI I Compeuf eoik. Tblivuut oseland, Fla< 1-31-tf. to throw out $50OOO: worth of the use- terial (figure Yet tbe Philippines have Stove Mounters, Metal Polishers logic of our friends U wonderful.And i
: the. flrnt loa* staff which It cables and Oil In tlioOOOO
ri-ftmiwiitii quarterly dividend Buffers
cost us many scores of millions 'of and Platers, and Lithographers. how can we suppress evil how.
( J tin..".r..d thln >enr. It l I" a dividend o( :ilO. per Horses For Sale. ?::; worth with statistics as to tb..oltllers' can 'ever
I c -il. unit U the three dividend.. to followiilnl health It would mean an improvement dollars and many brave' American progress represent substantial -

4 ::" | It In nn1imee. In cnnllileutlyfxpocted The first full car load of fine hotse- I In the Manila budget which lives and will continue to be thus costly The Cigar Maker Strike. permanent Improvement as long

t J ,, tht ".Iel ilivltiugil. dliburwinenti' ot be Co..... flesh ever brought to West Palm Beach. would be greatly relished by a large I for generations to come. Those During the year ending Nov. I. 1001 as our self appointed teachers and

: filing ttir lh. yvur will amount to fSO.Ooo001' .- Call: early and n.akeyour selection. R. body of the American public. best posted on conditions prevailingIn ho'Clgarmakers' union leaders cannot even teach the truth to 0
approved of ;
j i. ) '1'hi. cittiltnlfaatlna of the company In A the archipelago believe that tho natives the rest cannot lead the rest toward
Route. 133 strikes
tf. ,
t t .HKXMW.OIIOAlihoiiffli will! remain Insurgent until ex: i 0,837 members channels of truth because they themselves <--
,12r ': Julio J>, Rocki-fi'llnr. whom holdliiKM quay Dlda't Start It. 1s and 3,001 nonmembers. Of this number ,. ,
New House Boat for Sale Charter.or terminated. This an unhappy and and teachers, have '
or 72 strikes '
," the dorM I* placed at about 40 per Senator Quay thinks there mast be for Uncle Sam. were successful 43 were precise

rout racvlred, the Uti..'. nhitr ol the dividend particulars' address O>. A. Rave:, some mistake In the report that he will Tbecolony unprofitable business prospect seems a mighty compromised and 16 were' loaf. Forty- In their conceptions power to of truth no faith

dUtrlduted totlaT. there was plontjr left fur care of TROPICAL Serf, Went Palm three of the strikes suppress evil? And
resign from tbe senate. Anyhow. be I I. were for an Increase
businesS In the eyes of genuine when shall the
Olacr* Thou who ili..ret. the woes of tb, D l. acb. certain that be didn't stai.t'tbe rumor poor In wages, 83 against reduction plain people learn bow
Aaierlennn.-Bt Louis Republic. to think and
act by themselves?
Atlanta tjonsUtuilom.J and :23 against "victimization," That
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AVOID CONFLICTS provides/( It a dlnpute mlhr-iv! that 1m' t PROFESSIONAL CARDS. .....................................................

ono who Dtrlk.!H, Ibcks out '-- I : Furnished Rate. *I.SO P.., Day .
to) elthci'Ig l tolD y\ of a ni IMdmmImemmnv.which Newly Throughout :

THE: MEW ARBITRATION LAW OF NEW may be puuluhed bi Imprison AND o. o, uaiLUNCMVoniii, OKO.: o.ouicitu. .: I' .p..la'. fte.a by Day oi thesis ..
SOUTH WALES mont or nns. If a dispute ailxt's. It '. CJULLING WOlt'l'IJ& CUKKIl : : .THE. : .

"c', must ftp referred to the K.UU lie also

). Mrnnnr. Differ.' *' !Mntorlnlly Vrnm believes that there will be a grwu\ et- BARGAIN TRACTS ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS. ,

*lm* tot IXM.,Zaal>ud_Tu- Prevent tension of trades unionism std :,,' Alom. .1 \Ve tI-aIm'lltiacli. l-'la,,I Commercial HotelCI.EMATI3 i

Striken and 1.okoutji.Wt31Enoour blnatlon among ewI)1d'4's. Tho) teiuVoncy .
A Few Leaders from the List of la-ui: .
tIE" Uulaiiliim, will he more ana wore fUll 'lari><. .

i .. bodies of workmen id make \bittgtlns Desirable Properties Offered C : AVENUE, NEAR. JEFFERSON BLOCK :
ew'South Wales foif : METOAI.F,
Is closely owing with largo bodies o! euiployeig! atli iy.I. .

New aalaud In the attempt to aubstltutcffa er words there wit be collective bargaining by the TROPICAL REAL" ESTATE ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW, : -'C. W. SGHMID Proprietor :

.' ; coui>ulHory! system ot aibltiufilon about labor Instead: of every NOTARY PUBLIC.Will .

};':, < la, pluce of strikes and lockouts Individual making CMurn( for himself. EXCHANGE,. and rectum, : Special Attention to All Rooms Lighted :
practical County, Slam .
*1 d assist In The general' result, Mr. Wluo ufllruis Court:
; .tjjuw\ preventing a lepetltloirpf :
.I will be W. I. METCALF Manager. Travelling Men With Gas :
T i ,/ t th,. dlsnfltious/ conflicts betweeneinpjoyets to give greater'stability to 'Industry SAND; CASKS A SPECIALTY.OiBceln .
Employe-is need no longer1 be
and employed which have TROPICAL
'''i afraid that tbolt' calculations will be Bun Block. : Free Sample Room :
.', been"! 110 frequently as In other Abstracts of Title Furnished.
conntrlus -
PaIniBosh. lade IlorliltTT .
County \ if
f. upset by a sudden cessation of work S i-
.: productive of injury to flue imit.lBtef .....................................................
1 .L$ "' < ocauso, though disputes WilY arise '
Surburban Tract :
,... n. SAU.NV : Jr.
_ _ trllll1l1\/f/ thii flct'Uavei'ul! improvements work must go on while the dispute Is ; ltS. .
being 'Settled by the court. Contractors Partly Improved. fruit farm and planted.
", 8u/fgellted/ by the working of the law In
grave near. towm 'twenty acre tract, 0 ATTORNEY .1 T LA W.
New Zealand have been undo. In New will also be able to make bargains with sores cleared U acres, in choice orange and
Zealand any ecvou persona can 1'01'11I the trades unions for wages! to be paid grape fruit Ire.... M acre In Irmn. potatoes Corner OIlvo and Dntura Street. TROPICAL: :
H acre In aaaorted vegeUblea" I acre
BU fndxisttlAl union but In New South during the piogtoss' of any woitt, and In toniAtoea jaoree of chicken yard. a... H-o-I WH8T PALM UHACH, FLORIDA

I \Vnle only a registered tradcu. union these bargains can be legi/ly enforced cloned:: with poultry nettlnfr.' New 6roon.hoiirte .
anpplied with water tankyrove; sop
like! contract. '
cnn.* .. that the privilege given irf New Zea On tho other baud tbe workman Is wagon room, }i4 acre flower garden ulnnird A.J.. LEWIS Real Estate
In position of to ch..I",<'Htro.... and dther' llowerii. UiWtOItANOIt : Exchange
a both
giealer security
'was abused and has been some LAND IN DADS COUNTY A AT10RNEY-AT-LAW
"'lined because be knows. he cunuot bu locked bargain properlY lor t\.wo.
by traders to dis
arouca ana NOTARY PUBLIC.
9h. 'lu tho out and because the court In the cxei-
I employment) of trade ll- else of Its Lake Front fruItland:. the U. S. a Co.. of
Moreover, It !Is ehacted that no powers con take cognizance Agent Fidelity Guaranty W. i I. METCALF. Manager.
Baltimore, Md.
of any abuse or Injustice wrong In One hundred mid,twenty' four acre*of No.l
,dispute can bu referred to pineapple. land:, noar Uantaim, will beHold Office .
the condition of hilt and at nornnr of Clematln Avenue and NarelHHiia
court of arbitration save by a regls employment cheap: Twenty: acres cleared; amall.comfortable :: Btrwt, over Htrohtu' more. 141003WentFalmUeaoh.
_ by tbe exercise of Its power to declare house situate on the m0d Luke .
tered trades union or by the olQclallo f nonrealdent. who clecire. .
co i it. Owned by
'. Utmr, arullt Is also impcrutlvs that a common rule level up the conditions to dispose of ..m..t..crftea price Certified Abstracts of Title Furnished.
of employment In every Industry to
the opinion of a majority of tlio members TT BUANNINO: ,
: pi; of the trade shall be taken lu a those wlilcb: prevail In the best conducted Unimproved Fruit Land: .

establishments... Thus. sweating and Counsellor ,
manner prescribed. Tills Is for precautlonnry 7o-acre tract near Ojun. suitable for citrus Attornoy .
ought to become a thing of tbe past. If Mold lu .entire tract "
put poses, so that there shall bepo or pineapple
Trades unions will also be relieved from acre '1etiflOre loin at $OIl per acre. (Office over Dank.) Desirable Investment Tracts
hiiHty or III considered entrance !Into l'U'r'v:: tract And Uguie. ,
the tlqnger of having their funds flit- .
a dispute. -
1902 ,
Again, there are no boards of conciliation Leredaway In what Is called a "sympa Town : Truck-Farming Lands '
$ as lu New Zealand. This means thy" strike. In the past the wealthy Property: ; ,
_ _
unions ha\ ftn bud to support.the fl-Rooni HourH', new. on good residencetree. AMES E.AND1t.EVS. .
that there will be preliminary Investlgatlons .. 1'rlce. f.Uoo. Pineapple Pr rties.
weaker union and have been driven p
the dispute being taken '
Into strikes when they, themseUes have 7-Koom 1I0..u attractive residence.. Price ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
straight Into court thereby preventing fuoo: eaoh. _ NOTARY PUBLIC
mil no dispute with their employers. ,
i delay and decreasing expense. Another Should the Vacant Iota, Re.ldencusi. on beat streets.. West Palm Bea h Lots
the fulfill
act anticipations
and most Important Innovation consists Large and small. cottages, liuHlueas block Prosecuting Attorney of Brevard Co.

formed It will prove the precursor ofa .eta ________ ___ TlTUSVILI.lt
In making It a misdemeanor by I FT. P1HB.CB: AND ,_Fl.... .
J emplbyees to strike or employers! to peaceful revolution In the (nduatilalwot Com modIoli.residence. on on* of the bent S-aS-lyr Vacant and Improved.
lock 'Id.-Sydney Letter" In Chicago Inter corner and la ft must deittrable. neighbor. : -
,out either before a reference or i houcl. ,
during Its progress. There' Is to be no Ocean. f M. 110UI51NS Beautiful River-Front Properties
One of the 'moat conveniently. arranged. resIdcucea Q.EO. on
,cessation of,Industrial operations pending Cntlfornln Labor In polI.r.... t II'the town. Located on a choice
\ the of the It is retiideuce street, convenient to ..'10..1.) and ..
settlement' dispute. A letter of thanks from Attorney CounaelorptLaw.Will
a carpenters! ch 11 re he a, depot andbunhtetMicentur. Cheap Indian River Lake Worth
stated that!: this .Is the first instance of and joiners' union,down In the lower at$3000. ,
''' .
I- practice SI.te..nd Federal Courts,
an attempt being made In any leglalu"tura ,end of California, recently received, Good Investment. l'ropertY-lo-l'OC house, and
to treat a. quarrel between a rna- TITUSVU.I.E FLA. Bay Biscayne.
Representative Needhom looks upon well. located. Price. $_,3oo.! ,
ter and his workmen as n public ,nuisance as significant of political changes In -..-iyr
.. .. ;f which' ought to. be prohibited,. hat state. "It was lnv commendation BuitdinfC. Lots well located. lu deMIrable EATON 11. D. Splendidly Equipped Hotel well
-- neighborhood I at f ioo ,
Jufet as any bl'awl.111 n public place. the 9300 $400 'so. 1300 $ L.IX
o f my attitude on .Chinese 'ijues- and aech.Pathionable .
_ '!There. la also ,an' Improved" method" ofeuforclna Ion," sold Kir\ Needhaui "and came 93500 HOMCEOPATHISTWKST located open ,the year around, .
the decisions of .lie Court. ,
tram the secretary of the \union, whom private hoarding I tin ime, fnrn- '

_ _ Tho act empOwers legal arrangement* i t: hfuo always known tta a Republican, iHhcU. and Luke two tind splendidly. clnse to located post office iota, overlooking and 3. PALM BEACH FLORIDA. and doing a paying business. .
IteHlilence MetluxllHt Church. OfflceUiMimtln
to be mo le for the supply of labor with : opposite:
lIe Intol'medIll\ that while be and nittrkeU. I'rlee'S.500. Avenue, next toMuxonlu Tempi".

associations of workmen. These n?> uany others prcfcired to work In the Flu.eat nfildence. (furnlrthed. ) property and Office bourn H to 9 ".m,, 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p,ui.tiunduyn .
rang ments., can be enforced like any Republican party they nevettheless moat commamHiiRly located property in Si to 4 p.m.
either WeHt Palm: Bvach Splendid view of theIitke Given tn DHUBM| of Write for what want )
._ other contract, by a pen'llitynalDed iud a great luterestjn 4he organization and, E..ot Side front. Price$7.500./ Special Attention Women and (Ciilldron you (enclosing stamp.
;ln,the contract Itself or by .the of a labor party In that section. Send \us a description of any desirable p-iper'iy; you have for sale.

I relo'VerY. of, damages against the funds "This proved quite a surprise to me. Beautiful residence. site. near I, .ke front.
i of t be', union by suit brought In the arbitration I was aware that tho labor Interests i'riee 13.0004 .rr c. HOOD, M.. D,

ourt. The funds of a tiadcskwL& I. .
were stiongly organized for political New lo-room renldenoeon. bemi home street f PHYSICI4N AND BURGEON
: ; .... :union) are?however, protected against action In the cities, even lu wards and in town near churches and "schools' la...,.,. T: .

; 'any.liability except under this act. redacts of San Francisco. They reently Three. fltnnll tenement. cottages well. Jocalcuted. bfllos ,over Strohra's store WEST PALM
. .Every!: employer; employing on an average elected a lIlaJ'or' San FrancIs. coiner' lot. irice, i.6oo .n, hEAd !. BaalU6no near Royal Polnllna -

',.pot less ,than, fifty bands) per to This apparently) has given tbtm '" Hotel. PALM- : BEACH. 18-1

-' month any association of employers, courage to go Into still other sections of 'three Nont little aideS] home of house of. five plenty rooms of porch shade on lu : Burtoll E. C Cee C'C'IDany

any Incorporated company or association taltfoinla I think It smite to predict yard, on good marcel In good neighborhood
of Incorporated companies employing convenient. diHtance train ehurc....., school TO .
:. that there -will be Independent labor and depot Price f MOO. _Lt. ')' .
the same number can be- regIs-
tickets in California next year. They

t f tered as an industrial \union and any will bavo their own candidates for gov- Double cottage. 14 rooms; on.prlnclpaf renl-. ij-aa-9q( WEST: PALM BEACH FIA, Contractors For ,. .
also be registered. dunce street, routs for $>B8 perycar. Prlue ,?'
tfudea union con
1.-"iJ and In localities
". tnor, many "2.500. _ _
./" A., 'Ample powers ore conferred ou the for tho legislature. We believe that the PLATTS M. 1>.

::'\ 'ti'irlatrar"9f the court with a view to vote of this labor party will come Double. cottage., 14 roomn. corner.. of Olive C.P. Gravel Roofing and
Fern streets' rent for JaBH pet year pricu
'\_' '". -' keeping a guard over the Ouanclul stablllty largely from the, Demociats, but It Is $,- _ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.Telegram .
.I't't.. : ( ; and general, management of an IHO claimed theta large proportion of a
deliverer all hours of the day
:: :'.. --,1ust1'\1II union and a schedule of ha MldlleltllIuol'ers ate naturally Republicans Double. cottage.., 14 rooms, located on Olive
for Price oDd night
rents jH8 $ .800.
street $ per year.
attached to the act dealing with.
In event the new labor
.- any 12-29.190 FORT PIEUCK., Fla. Asphalt PavingContracts
...r l those subjects which ate to be compulvory tarty-will Inject on, element of uncertainty Special. figure. for CASH for all of the three. .
to winning to
preceding properties one
;, :. on nil unions. Wa h- .
? Into CiUIfornla politics. make a (food interest-paying investment. me. nouoirroN
,j ," The court is to be composed of 1i n I Ington Star. I '. cI Made Now for Work Desired :
L ': :.. induce: : of the state supreme court as Truck-Farm Lands: I 'I;, "DENTOS"HOLLAMU 'ft
between Now and Next Fall.
,r ;:. Tf1',, president and two members one each The Mluers. Splendid muck In nil: In one of the most DOCK PHONiC\: 1*

... "" \'\I", ;: 'f' I elected ,from among the employei and In bin report to tho United Mine prouperous Pttde County.: vrgetahe:: choice' I growing tract cUlemettUI *6 $25 .per WEST PALM BEACH. REFERENCES PERMANENT ADDK ESS-

t _" *,,..'.. employees respectively. The method of JVorkem, of America, In convention at acre tercash. Bpccinl prlue on time pay. McGuire& McDonaldPalmBencli; TAMPA. FLORIDA or
J'.. \ r'' electing these members ,Is prescribed. ; .......1..
Indianapolis President Mitchell said: .. L T. DANIEL. Cbaa E. Hauler W. P. Hatchett JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
I -c: SIR every care has been taken to make "While upon the whole tho situation --- Oeo Zapf. or J. C. Stowers allot TEMPORARY ADDRESS-

,' ., the court an Independent tribunal.' It In the anthracite fields during the past Lake'Worth Water-front: DENTISf, West Pnltn Beacb. DAYTONA, FLORIDA- .

: :. baa large powers, and there. Is no appeal .- year baa Won Veiy encouraging there .'feet. of Lake front ndjulnlnR. oneof lliriaaflHonieiit COCOA. INDIAN RIVER J'LOIUVA.I.It\\ 3 at tf
from Its decision. Every Industrial Improved propertlea on theIxike.
still questions which are a
are some
imnbebought.iftsken. at once,lit.
i" ', dispute can! be referred to the source or annoyance and which have bargain 6l1ur.)00 ... -
court either by an Industrial union or
', created considerable discontent GUy
., by the registrar-of the court. This the mine workers there" among beautiful/ feet I 'of knoll double fur. frontage.building: Lake aite. and, uearinff Ocean ; NOTARY PUBLIC Show Case and Counters. For Sale I Call on TheTro|'ical Real Estate ,Fx. f

;,' ,' power vested In the registrar Is an Important Tbe report of W. D. Wilson sucreta- cot OHnut, orana| anil lime trees, aplefldul i change befoi prices on renlt- advance,
b boat house, .t..., near v.lunbla. Improved For the Staff Florida at four and six .
of Larga show two
: .feature of the bill. He can do ry treasurer showed a decrease of the property. ___' ____ Eight' cases _
it, although the parties themselves arc' funds of $30,750 notwithstanding the BUILDING tors.-Lakaand OceAn frontage Deeds. MortKttffea l.eai.e.. and Contracts feet respectively and three mahogony .

unwilling to do so. This It Is anticipated luciease from the per capita.tax caused ,at *W to I6a per foot DraItrti.Couveysneing Speolnltr. counters, all in good condition, for vale HouSB for sale in monthly Install

will prevent any evasion of the act by assistance paid to strikers and All Work UuHranteed l fl I Legally. : ';r""et. cheap. Addiess! "D," core TRoPIcAL lucille of 135 00 Also. for RENT furnished .
Office la fKopioifcHuN Block.
; tJ15. through nonregistration, and the reglntratlou small returns from strike assessments. Went. Palm n.... .b. Dada Cuuntv. Flnriiln. Sqir. cottuge for $33,oo a mouth lor nix
will be under the ministerial direction MANHATTAN SlURTS-ANTHONYS'
Tho membershIp tms increased 42,008 months or more. Both centrally lo

of the state attorney generaLThe during,tho year npd outside of strikers W Al.LACE It. MOSES cated. P. O. box 441. ,

orders of the court may be en now numbers SXi.320: The total' Income ,

,. forced. 99Tn! New Zealand, by Injunction for the year was'$$200,883; expendltures Stop Om Privileges Succtator to A. W, Robert Seaboard Air Line Railway

or by tines and penalties levied $330,14361; balance ,on HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Operate- the only b'igh-class] Homes at $700 $dOt). '(,ooo, ftzoo '
funds of the $i 3 ( .600. (1,750, (1,800. (2.0<0. '1
> >
both tin the corporate band Jan. 1. 1U01. 127807.43; balance Allowed by the Seaboard Air
; Agent for Web Palm neai-h Town Lota, alaoWtatPalm daily train between rat Augustine, $i.aoo, (1,300, ( ,500. (2,750 (
4: and ou Individual members but on hand Jan. 1, 1002 $07.047.01.A Line Railway on Winter Tourist NOTARY, Bench PUBLIC.water Work. Jacksonville and New York. Observation ....Upwards Call on the Tropica 3.000. '

they.are also enforceable by another Tickets Ctematis Avenue near Olive Stroet. Compartment, Drawtug-! : Real i'.ntate Exchange and make your ,
method upon the efficiency of which Compact For Penev.Strikes tl-21-1901: West Palm lleacb.. Florida investment before prices advanced. .
i% will probably depend the success or and lockouts in the sheet Room and Dining Cars, of Pull

failure of tbe act, the declaration of a metal" Tndunriy! .In Chicago will be Impossible C Parlor Cart T. D. mtOWN, man's latest models, constitute the -

common rule. Briefly put ,the common (in tbe future. As long as- the personnel these superb trains. New 4-Room House Cheap.

r rule enactment gives the court power agreement made between the Sheet Between Jacksonville and Tampa .- ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. Leave St. Augustine daily at 8 ::5

T. : to declare that any practice utmge, Metal Contractors'! association and the Seaboard Air Plain and pmlflcatlont prepared a. m. Leave Jacksonville-daily at Eight Hundred Dollars will buy a
daily over
_. Jobbing work given prompt attention at
.r. etc.. shall with such limitations. us the Sheet Metal Workers' union No. 73 laIn ; 10:10 new, 4-room cottage. neatly painted and '
: ai rcBeautiful: ,
i' Jacksonville
Lice Datura
Shop on
Hallway leaving
well located. A will
a common bargain property;
,.._. court shall specify beco.me force. Ever since the lockout of two
11:30 a. m. pay.18 per cent on cost in rentals Callat
all employed In the
: rule for persons 4n the building trades committees ---
years ago
i Real Estate W. I,
EOItOE O. BUTLER Tropical Exchange:
review. ,
Industry .
from two associations
particular these .
-- -
Metcalf, Manager. 8.-tr. ,
When once it U declared. It must be to reach an agree Building Lots For Sale. "
Lave been trying '
Sacrifice. _ _
New Launch at a S
under the
obeyed just as a regulation ment. The bone of contention was this AND
the Inspectors under Both The Lakeview addition to the Will Ba Sold at a Sacrifice.
y factories acts "competency of the workman. DEPUTY. COUNTY SURVEYOR I
t which will be Intrusted with Its en parties contended that It was their FOB SALZ-A handsome new FOR DADE COUNTY. Town of West Palm Beach la now

; ,7. torcem nt. No one Is obliged to con right to be the Judge. An arrimKemenf; Launch, 37 feet, 7 horse power engine Lnc.tt Ageatfor the Lanl Department. or the opened np and platted, eo that persona 124 acres of A No. I pineapple land I 1

form to the common rule except by this has beep agreed upon that a toinmftteicomptlslng > fitted with, chairs. can-be .need FK.c. R,. POMPANO-nA 6imooWanted1ten desiring to secure suburban near Lancana, will be sold at a 1I I "

form of compulsion. that no one U al. an equal 1 number rl'OI\l\ each for passengers .or .freight. 'Cost residence lots, every one covered sacrifice. Twenty acres cleared; small, .

,., lowed to carry on-his Industry unless association pass upon the ability of the $1,400 two moptbs ago ; will sell for : with a splendid growth of young comfortable house on the land; Lake j *

':. 'he does conform to It. It will however\ candidates for membership of the union $Jf\>0, if taken at once. Add re.. tree, can do so at very reasonable frontage. Owned by a non resident who ,

,. be open to any person aggrieved to apply time employers agreeing to employ (U D SMITH, for full particulars, To learn barber trade. Great demand figures. is unable to give it attention. For spot m,

,to the court to be excluded from none but union men. Ho:*. 101, W sb Palm Beacb, Fla. for barbers during Summer This splendidly laid-out addition cash this property will be sacrificed to
and the court has fall
the common rule rush. Two montbs completes. Ln,t 3 just couth of town can not be surpassed the first comer. Address or call on time< -
at any time to vary Its orders. ;: Labor'. L.B'"> Dattle. "- '
power Tbo provisions made are that the Io. ; 'rblt greatest legal battle of modern thirty days! th'at scholarship board, in location, and very soon Tropical\ Real Estate Exchange!; W. I. :e
Sale Oxen.,
gal machinery 'of tile court shall be as times as far as trades unions are concerned For -- tools and transportation can be Hrst-class streets will be graded Metcalf, Managr.Bresford. "- t

elastic as possible In order that It maybe Is on ID Great Bi'Itatu. Taking Oxen well broke to earned. Position guaranteed.Write everything necessary suppliedto t

'; adapted to tbe varying conditions of as a basis the recent: decision of the Yoke large Moler Barber College, New make it the most desirable home ff f
.., will In time. It lords to the effect that labor plow ; also cart and w.around: '
each trade. The court house .o( Orleans, La.Jersey section on the West Side of Lake Bros <
'f Is expected: become the regulator of organizations: are financially responsible plow, at bargain. G. II. Cirrus, Worth.

tbe main conditions of employment. for the acts of officers and members Riviera, Fla, 321-21 choiceof

; ''a' The court also bas power to declare a the TaCC Vale railway has begun : Cows For Sale.The Come lots while early and get your low. Real Estate and Insurance,
-- prices) are
.. standard wage and to direct that 0th- suit against tbe Amalgamated Society '

er things being equal." ou employer Of Railway Servants to recover damages Trained Nures. Season being nearly c.ospd; PALM BEACH. FLA. ,

.hall give a preference to unionists amounting to. 'J23.130. Tte com Bell TROPICAL REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
Can be obtained by telegram or postal' I desire to some of my Jersey .
;when, two or more men art applying for pany alleges that the union Is an unlawful will Notary Public. Cottages to Rent ,, .
addressed to Church, Home and Hospital MUch cowL: If sold at once, -A.Q-ZEQIET'rS:: ,, ,
employment at the sara time. ThHon. combination and that by reason .
I Orlando Florida. Terms, .|i5 per. sell cn,np. Call on or address Po.toOlr4 Bulldlnir. Nnrttti of :. 'f
Wise state attorney goner of ,boycotting, picketing and conspiracy ,
B. B. << / Offlce in Tropical Sun Diock.c.iPm 8-1-19O1. PolncU Liot.i '.
Palm B.aohFIs 3-21.02
.u P. : ,
aU who la the author of the act,.tblnkr thelosses Indicated were sus'tolaed : I week. a-utt .Dn, / .

be strikes .* tbe act '. '
her* yvlil no.morn : ,., e
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.: ,iflMialmlar,, w"ra William tuckat..llo hofluir. DEMOCRACY. QOFF STARTLED THEM. 4 ,.

;1 THE TROPICAL SUNflotieer .., whom bolillli M In Hlandunl/ Oil THEY HIDE THE:f to Ton W"eC'ber -.., .. -. TnIFLING WITH EVIL .
Htocka are eatlinatiid at fl ,OOOO()(); Jon).Y \ Tb" 1"awoes, Judge, Hrts. THIIIHM. to autah .
\ : ;:. Paper ot Dndecountr Honda.TKOJ'lLAU M. FldKler, with holding. of *1.U007: >(>O I ,,, 'H : ,'" If to Ho Party. Tont-U A lid I.-.....-.

r\ ,' Jo&n D. AKhbulil, with bolulnin of almt Government Officiate! Do' does not know Recorder Golf iniult tin ncldronH. before PROGRESS IMPOSSIBLE WHILE Lt-AD-

t; : \ & !U N PUBLISHING COMPANY ''$''.OOO.t' OO,and II. It, RoBem, who I. ...hl town the Atlanta Con the January meeting of the. Ninoteenth ; ERS SUPPRESS; THE TRUTH
stocks with iv par value of about f a. form the Public., badly befogged that Yih
club In New
Century ( !
: whornun
Oth lioldorn men
OOO.OOO, large
;W" --- ___________ their' fortune by the million.. are W. H. Tl l knows: how the which, according to The World miid Absurd ponoovtlon*'!ThroBMk WlildtWho

1L I \ ;;.,... UULISHIr VKRr" PRIOAV, ford, treasurer of the corporation; C. M. stands on the gr>n his fashionable i.ndlcnce gasp. Wvl) Ihatl. Are .hlrkdelJ'weienatInW: t4tC

\ ,l :' AT WEST PALM VIAOH, OAOt: COUNT. Pt.ODA. Pratt aocretury. : ; O. H.t ;Payne, Paul Bab STATISTICS. OF PHILimHE*: Y" and that "thou lowing I ill an extract from The World' Coa.'d.a Whih,( )t).i Not 1 ....t.
I 2" t1 t\\ : and J!'. LBuratow. report: hew Cheat 'Tfccmaetvc'
1 eo k.T. C. BuHhoult, J. A. Mortal cot know whethe 'f
: i#- J., SUBSCRIPTION PRICE.\! J2.00 A YEAR.ICntared \! Allot thoM are member of the "t Recorder.doff wan the last speaker. '
om tSpeolal l Q..t.
party Corre
4'\, ,, board of directors. For As..r lnsr That De feTe spoke with stow and mll/II// / reel ,* If Solomon In '
lived our 'dlly'inltelid
at Ilia PonColHce Went Palm Beach Back Information :
Keep platelet, very much us a judgi* tyouli
'.; ,". *1 eeoud'Clun matter.vuiD.vv newspapers Ar. "Cnp
f IP. ,, ,- A TAX PAYER WANTS TO KNOW. ther' autd Mother*. Who all,that. We have cane tie looked his fasbioiiablu au there l IB no end," he would tmfJ'O the

,'" MAKCU :at 1002.VVlIGN In fact, dlence squarely In tbe taco, anti his Index Concoction of absurdities !/through/
Editor TaOI'ICAIoUN : 41 f Their Born Ar. "Traltora.! :
--" Dear Hlr:.-I have been Informed on very are cot us they linger very of teu.,punctuated: lila which to shirk duties! tiler. lit 1 no1 end."

:'f c .. tS good authority: thnt mat Summer our Washington! dispatches of a )' must!; undoubted); remarks. Modern existence 111 giicl) a/compltcat-
!" CAPIl'Al/ County Comnilmilouer made a contract administration type express & ; who have been "I think we assume A little too much ed network of results! t( ;' each net of them

1 'Washington. D. C., was completei, for a bridge scrod> the Miami Itlror, In pleasure with-certain u procession and pot. if we make the mistake to congratulate telling a different story that: by simply

Con act allowingenc uttordlnr..g..nl of the iw. Minting tu elve the suppressing some and referring to oilier .
resoptiHHud! au the north for writing/ articles for the past our on present state of our
i r either such matters. Will ;you pleaw pnbllim all is Is to society and on our position In tt. The: we can Justify one...vn' ,.conduct
; State; in the Union to furnish, the .....,. about thin ported nontrnot. I the army department : apt seem t
who l Is off hi. aristocracy and nobility of France tool and give a flue Impression! U*a times
iu marliln or bronze, statues of be think the tax payers of Onde County are the crime of keeping/ pack, ; follow '
i the same position before the revolution we live in. And it ijJ.no pleasant tend
entitled tn know ue If they have
( with
regard '
most distinguished", citizens, to .be been let In for anothnr unnocMiiiry anti from the public easily help itself in regard to what they culled their! so ensy for moat roon', to "retain that

\. placed In tho IIn 11 of Statuary, i In coiitly: Inw-mlt. vital statistics of the United with the party I rights, but was It not their lives which which Is fluttering,nnd/ !lrop tbnt which

the Capitor. Tint this State has neve r Very Truly You.., Hera In the Philippines, saya-th .a few simple caused their revolution The nobles la notl :Then. most people,!oryrot that

t Flucmcnirn, RonrenT. ,Orleans Times-Democrat. amused themselves In luxury anc\ humanity bus not received omnipotent
S availed herself of the privilege and "The great ques
; Palm Beach 1o"la.. Mim'h. IBth. 1HO3. The offending/ newspapers are eipptoy Its phrase, wealth while the people starved. power for evil. 'Kvll Ituclfjieed* ty b')

now the question( .,. is being: tnken up The inquiry above is Indeed timely; |n'nrs from the dispatches .In and purposes of the "1 recall a few years ago during the associated with good. Through) oilier .

I by the Ktate press and extpnnlvel! the time when very unpatriotic and have party Its poll\ period of depression when thousands process can It laot toe?)uiy'long) porlod. -
and At
1 ; agitated. Who will be the fortunate pertinent. themselves for many months exploited by the of men went without work in this citya Wiuy kind oE mixture lietween .
1 native this abuse of authority lodged In the meeting of workingmen In Tompkins good and evil makes tlio'lnttoi'\ supreme
two to be so honored by their task of encouraging/ the : the majority of con
Commissioners was In the ensemble of,the most important
County perpetrated square.
of the
I Issues day
; State.
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER called! _volt.This charge of encouraging salients of the next "All of a sudden a squad of policemen results fur any length of time, ,, How
entered tbe They clubbed foolish, then, to arrive nt any:conclusion 4IJ
square. ,
I' editorial attention in those columnsto Vluos In revolt was a very '
and children Indlscrlmlnately because something good la, accomplished ,
IT that tbe last ,' In the constltu men women
I IH SI.NCEIiELV TO unlawful of the one during
the procedure
In oertalu directions!
at the santa time that all .(' by Its male as only a New York policemancan.
the Governor! can leviNe some plan Commi Hioncra both in the paign The most remarkable tilet Is that the'
County > who did not agree with the( voice for the No attempt; was made to arrest ,

S whereby the hardships of a lat matter of the Miami bridge contract policy of foreign conquest were of our history can anybody, because no law had !been: vloluted. very men who are always trying to

Bennion of the Legifllaturo will not ber" of No ( The next day the newspaperswere client theuiaolvos and lfc limit by self
and the "Star Cha m proceedings'" "traitors" and -vnemios" cum)
t f!J serve as a bar to the securing: oFlorida's conducted Georjre Chuir try. This reckless talk was set wherever the flag full of praise for tbe 'flnest' who justification and 'pl'ctelslol1s'ct'\ social,,
by Slippery had shown such bravery. Still it was conditions being better (all the, time are
)! representation at the St. f the Board in the' however, to account of the of tho constl generally the ones who rt'mnJ.\1f'luert"
man .) County enforced nothing, but a common everyday New .,\
: ; Louis Exposition. This State 1 Is Court Ilouse deal. election ment of) was the campaign over .nothing, and or party and be belongs. York clubbing. What was there to never attempting tc) suppress" ,-vrirpng or

: too great; too progressive, too prosperous When once the heavy tax payers rate very little, more WAS.beard to a fixed colo praise in that Now, suppose you had' create<< any consensus the.. subject. 0

.;; to be left in the rear by her or Dade (and Mr. it'iberb in'. one or Those who bad used the forelg&posscssione been clubbed just because you bad They They Implicitly practically carry do just right/ the'and reverse left the,

sister common wealths. If the, Governor respecting their fellow cun hesitate bOOn standing In the square listening
the tax in the County]) guage oouvlctlon that tihtUl off by'
V largest; payers to one of the speakers. On your: way to wrong go
is", assured that sentiment were probably ashamed of himself a Democrat. Itself .
public became sufficiently interested and. the to have wounds In due time and shaildlsappetir
hospital your
the tundllmen-
when the of the
will sustain a movement to aroused to inquire into nnd tnke passed, while passion those who bad as declared dressed Jo you think: that you could without the need ot our doing anything,

insure", Florida's" participation In bave been very ecstatic about the present against It. Such people are really those
steps to uncover the peculiar official ligned were not disposed to opposes Import who keep wrong alive and growing all,

that great event, there is little operations of Slippery George and the disagreeable past. trust.control of leg government? the the time, the law of life being tt laW of
doubt but that be will br equal to But this charge of control of govern There was very little applause! at ciUI r
In their growth. They may .themselves
his political pals" manipulation conclusion of Recorder God's remarks.To .
the occasion and will devise", some Filipino revolt which has be other than a conservatives, that being. one; 'of the
of the affaire it will bet '
County invented In Washington and .
subterfuge by which Important duties -
plan to the uofortunat Elnllut Fvao Oomtultt
tbe very great good of n long- Into the country is a very' great hurry up ne are escaped, avoided, laid aal<&e. The

position the State Is now In. suffering public. of those campaign \ party' get A newspaper report of the proceed- poor fellows don't see .'that' conger ,
tags of the recent convention of the
41*. the Democrats were "traitors" ,a new natlona vatlsm'baa always meant'destruction-
/ n competent United Mine Workers of America held ,
THE MANAGEMENT: OF THE NEW ADDITION and reliable man in charge of< emlea" of their country, and It of 1904. on In Indianapolis, states that a'formal appeal -I that Is, the prolongation ot.tlklng.doni /
observed that It comes from s everything to gala of falsehood. Nothing worst than

to this town recognized the its County Seat Bureau' and 1 lie will, class of persona from whom In Just standing In to tho peace committee recently that Is possible, and If evil : could be ,.
appointed at New York under the auspices -
nccpBtMty of having competent man in the issue of' this vious' accusations via ,national highway
next paper,:give came federation made to talk by Itself, without the In-
National Civic
: In charge of their street and 'eewe such information as can be obtained those Intense slogans of assault of the trumontallty of men, It would declare! '
;\ for the settlement of nil labor disputes.of .
would allow nobody to bold unconstitutional that conservatism Is the best", friend
: work, and have secured the services
in answer to the pertinent in which Senator Han no. Is chairmanand
very '
I lion on foreign policy different aggression of tin that e\Hen n have. "
of Civil Engineer Franklyn! Sheen la
on-which prominent capitalists,
quiry. opinion of the administration. that line of duty Harper's Weekly of Feb. '1"says In Jl-
_ ;
bor loaders and citizens '
Had prominent
tbe former and his allies .
Mayor find
claqueurs of the a fight Inc its 'editorial columns: "Not ,one- In a

,,I on the City Council used a modicum Why Do( It? dently want to gag the public who floes not- fee have consented on by", tho anthracite to serve. has miners been who decided thousand men dare today to tell; the -'

of judgement and placed the sewer ------ so that it shall not and that firing line hat them truth In the Important affairs ot life,
will ask the committee to assist
work of the municipality in'the bands The fatuity of northern people wbo any of the actions or own Democracy. in arranging a conference with the operators either because be lacks courage ,to

of a of intelligence rather come to Flotldta to spend the winter, or the administration. They of the district In regard to the form any opinion of his ow.n or baa not
person '
bold that a divinity does hedge MISSOURI. courage enough to express tt when
a part of It, whether for( health or pleasure scale for the coming
wage year.
than have made it forth
to sinecure
a the administration, so that no formed and because It l hi against popu.
S '
in returning so early to the discomforts President John Mitchell\ of the ralue
ex-Mnyor'spolitical pal and lieu- think of) calling Its ,doings In to .moo.atl"" tar sentiment. A habit Is even createdon
and danger which their visitto In 1OO4. workers Is a: member of the pouee
tenant bave or dare to ask for more \ the subject by doing thestmeIn ,. ,
we might today a sewer
committee behalf of earners,
wagO '
barmon on
Florida Intended to elude of'party "
was passes about public matters than it- ( : small matters. It Is Wonderfui.bow
system' worth u fair fraction of what tho party which nnd he, it Is understood, at the miners
pre the'
prehension. ministration) condescends to even most fossilized papers often
: it cost. But then-tbe people bave of the Demo conference suggested an appeal to the '
condemn the
During the rigorous season of the When OUver Twist asked for progress they are constantly -

to pay the penalty of the Council's year, sudden changes of l locality aud workhouse soup he was not c.'S. of Missou Presideut committee.Mitchell\ A committee and Dlutrlct composed Pres-of ..glorifying. They do It unconscious .

I folly, and so long as the interebted climate, especially from tntld and genial verely frowned upon by Mr. will lIy elect In 1004.the nexl th dents Duffy, Nichols and Vaby" of the of what they are about without
noticing that they tbus contradictthe
parties the to harsh and rigoroun.are dangerous than are these Inquisitive the miners .
got money no one oughtto by the administration's claqueurs States, says anthracite field, appointed by general' I tenor of their teachings;

kick-noteven the tax payers who to persons of robust health, while, in they a sic for more Information : will draw up resolutions In accordance they are aU bent upon perpetuating our
the case of the invalid or of with this plan, it is understood.
paid the piper.AN persons the health/ of the United Sta t of truths Th organized and legalized social wrongs.

threatened with, ,or whose. tendency, diers In the Philippines. today moro solic The appeal will offer tho first oPPol.tnnlt7 There we have the hidden, power of <

whether by inheritance ,or otherwise, Here Is a specimen of the of Democratic to demonstrate whether'the com- truth making Itself felt even through \
INTER :STINB BOOK. I nilttee be of any-servlce In the settlement
Is to serious disease, such changes are From a Washington dispatch before In their his- can the pUblicorgans of error''and false.

"Where, When and How to Catch I attended with the very greatest danger. New York:: Tribune. "Under to be solicitous. are hopeful of labor that! disputes.an agreement The miners on the Hood paid (or: ,by thoso who can p\tf

:f /' Fish", on the East Coast of Florida" la the case of invalids who have spent tion 'Informing the Public,' by the the Republican tremen wage scale will be reached and recog-:- chase high Its wrong market and price'evil may no be.matter how' .

( 1 U the title of neat some time In Florida during the winter dispatch, "certain newspapers iltlon/ of tbe union secured.Mlain .
h.-- a Interesting! hove long devoted themselves of :American faith. What we call abstract truth in relation
< months it well be that it
volume, which this week reached the may supposed couraging tho Filipino revolt to Deirreracy-- specialised facts not yet realized .
would ban been better for them had to support and elect Law. Tranalatad. is tar more convincing after '
: K.liters desk with the compliments lug along a fabrication which all .
The anthracite mine laws of Pennsylvania
not hereatall than
they come tocome.and on a ,Democrat with sound minds than statements .
of the author Mr. Wm. II. ically compares the frankness "
Gregg; have been tJ'lInslntetllnto seven "
J after. a period l ofgrealer or less protract which the British authorities resting ou ,Isolated facts, which even

of St. Louis. ed residence here, during which their public Into their confidence by for Democratic languages under tInt personal. direction It true, may not amount to anything
The book has 100 that the shall of James U. Roderick chief of the
engravings; and systems have experienced: many and exhaustive vital statistics party because disconnected from other facts
state bureau of mines with view of .
: Democratic vote ol a In
: 12 beautifully colored plates otishes radical changes, return to their northern the South African campaign laving the foreign element In the kept the background or unknown I -

common to Jthene waters, aDd homes in tbe months of March and alleged suppression by tile war Harmonious organ mines familiarize themselves with ret, Take now the debatable question ,.
b this-not re
of whether
:: altogether the book contains 201 April, whose varlablenessis trying, even ment of all official Information ted by those these laws. Many of tbe more serious positive advance our modern progress mean
or a mere fantastic
the casualties in the :
to the robust and accidents caused the lack of
strong. are by
with Is disorganiza '
7:" I tinges, maps. And the author of the one invited by human conceit. Higher :>
This is! a very interesting book, Besides, April and May are our most on to pay that the public gets alignment of the knowledge among the foreigners of the than: any human statements or assertions '.
mine laws and the which
months and who do Democratic tor requirement. 'r
apart from the useful information i It persona nual I report of the secretary of prescribe'to tbe miner In referring to debatable subjects :r: "
not see Florida 'during those months the Democrat wording they: protect even when backed by figures and facts ?f&
f general's ( -, ;
; : gives; as to tackle, bait and locations surgeon for the DemO' ills work and to reduce to the minimum :
know nothing of the joy of living. the adjutant( general's annual subject to human prejudices or mistakes ,- !\i'
for for the different the risk of life and limb.
angling Persons coming to Florida from !the and the judge advocate Democracy was : higher than all that stands! : the ,!!; ), '
The Into which these laws
kinds of fish, found ] the East right now. What
along following self evident \ '
North, if they cannot spend the entirewinter nual report and then he sneers have been translated are German I'ol- reasoning process

(Joist. It gives the scientific as (and by winter is meant that sen Idea that the public should be for Its fun Ish, Slavish. Austrian, Hungarian, Ital. "We cannot prove that humanity ,';'" ,

well the of the with a yearning for Information : Is Improving In the substantiate of Ute :
as common names son as characterized by dates In the ian and Russian, which nationalities ;
entloQ ot "
,i ', fish of each and North should the health1 our soldier boys 80 of the a sufficient .
f& locality, many ) here remain at home as animated by a represent per cent foreign element number of Important .
wbnt Js contained In a few men are -
T anecdotes, and discussions are In late as possible, leaving' there'only of these annual reports. these truths. TA* In the mines of Pennsylvania. at work In suppression of funda- ,'

I the book as to shark and other when discomfort or danger to their It Is not a few lines In an : toward dlssen..I In Sixty and per about cent of the the mines persons are employed foreign mental evils through precise, simple "" '

di-nizens of these waters, health drives them away; and they port that the American people ob born, and many of them have no fundamental processes corresponding -

: The author asserts that the lady should remain here, at least through bave about tbe health of Uncle was to prepare which knowledge of tbe English language or to the Golden Rule established or promulgated ; '
be mouth of April. Koldlera In the It organization by Christ." \
Uy so doing they Philippines. "
fish "is one of the queerest fish thaiwimtT' to the the: laws under which they are working "
support -
I would avoid the bock of sudden regular monthly reports-If Copies of the laws as translated We all know' that not one la five ''-ft' .

S though; ho.relyedlbl",. transition, and escape the variableness, ports are not to be had-giving The harmony first requisite The aTe-being distributed to the secretariesof thousand of our Important men' baa t' ,;;;1.: !

r No one wbo purchases this book dampness and bleakness Incident to detailed statements' about the n Indorsement of the the three United Mine\ Workers' dl.- anything to say about any precise,fundamental ; :

i $? will not. regret having handy for departing winter, the North. of invalids In this and that of Mlssoa rtcU iu the anthracite region aud sent processes with which" to destroy Il :,'' ,:

," the wounds or diseases from these officials to officers of fundamental evils. They may .
rending aud reference. It Is bound It Is possible that experience and ;\ of unqualified by the the .
: they are suffering, their not even accept the Idea that we have
[; local I lodges. .d
in cloth and has good index The observation have thos campaign work
/ my con- fundamental '
or illslmprovement front week to any evils or. If they do). ,< ,
book be obtained from the cerned this Important l lesson. It harmony In Missou '.. '
I, ( can their chances of recovery etc. Labor Vnlana la Indianapolis. they will bring out that colossal nbsnrdlty r
i author. we ahall not witness the accustomed the sort of Information that tbe per Indianapolis had a big labor Impetus of "Oh, but we are yet a fallen

i .U' _- - begera of tourists during the month; of icon people want to have about effected will Is a be guar not last year These unions, chartered, witha humanity, unable to attack fundamental if

: STANDARD OIL DIVIDENDS. March this year, bat our hotels will diers In the Philippines for, ,t and effeo- single exception by the American evils. We have no right to Interferewith' .

continue crowded throughout that are only, most of them Tbe lesson of tbe Federation of. Labor were organized: such evils. All we coo do Is tolIe <':

).1" ',: According to an Associated Press entire month and running well up into diers those boys are near and St. Louis Is plain. Sawmakers Helpers. Saw Grinders down Oat and let the evils have full

\1 'I"; dUpnteh' 11 3 stock holders of the April many Individual. remainingover hundreds of thousands of of harmony and and Toothers, Saw Filers and Setters, play upon our bodies and souls."'

zens whose hearts yearn to get Saw Handle Makers, Bridge and Structural And so there. you have It. We are I
) t L.J::: Standard Oil steal have just pocketed even until dates in May.-Orlando and more frequent information this lesson should -
; good enough and have
Ironworkers Ice / power to
Record. Drivers, BUlera'Protective suppress
t' of the I leading the Demo
tf' : 20,000,000 more people'smoney. them
ing especially when union General Teamsters, evil by 60 or 00 per cent. so that
I 1& 1904.
: :. In the rak off Mr. Flagler down with dl,,en e. And this victory Ccrenllne Workers' Wbeclmnkers, Machine we may be able to brag about our being -

., -, gets! a\ dig slice Comment would be BUSINESS LOCALS tlou la not forthcoming; ... Bnalneaa. Molders, Steam and Hot Water' better than other men- something a.

i out of place when the cold: pate facts claqueurs of the the Philippines fitters' Helpers Machine Mill Hands,' that Ood alone can know. And there ,
I 21 ft. Launch, perfect order; also a H. what face on It they pleulIOI .
', Upholsterers[ Foundry Helpers, Freight our power comes to an end. We can
fitp'l. The di is : d: with that be !
cIb 5: an. "|>atch as follows: P. Pierce engine for sale; half price. I The government pays at least
ilandlers Ice Cream Makers never complete the Job in the
P..' ., :Now York, March, tll.-Th./ sum. of '::10,. Agent for the Gray Marina and Station- : 000) per annum to have Its news and the other trop Concrete ilon of evil. A certain suppres-
and Cement Workers portion must be
and ,
OOO.iiDO wan illHirlliurpd totlajr among tbow ,. Porto Rico,
.ltt ", I to nnd from the
PhilippInes It
.. ary Can Engines. W. P. UNDERWOOD, Suspender Workers Allied left alive for our own
,: 1';' li.i w.... fortunate enough to be boldon of to cut any ma Metal Mechanics I amusement. The
:' tlit> i"alld..II' 4il <:'i>iap".jj'.nto< k. Thlvvuut. Roseland, Pla, J-JI-tf. to: tLrow out $ OO0O worth of Philippines have Stove Mounter.., Metal Polish logic of our friends in wonderful.And .
less staff which it cables and fill
1 :.1 "; mini,,,, rvIre.ta| tlia flrnr qunrtvrly, dividend! of) millions 'of ers Buffers and Platers, and Lithog bow can we suppress evil; how-! "I
/1 ... It laa l Horses For Sale. '150,000:; worth with statistics as '
/ ln-/urud/ I thl* > dividend of :120 per I raphers. can progress ever represent substantial
brave American _ _
S soldiers' health U would
,j c' 'ii'!, anil If the three dl'IflrnilH tu followS mean permanent Improvement
The first full load of fine horse to be tbus cost as long
I.. cnnflil car provement In the Manila budget Th. '
\ tilii'il II In amountan "utl7xp t I tbi tulol dle".4
? i l ., PHI,, UK" I lh" jreur will mount to ,HOOOO- Call early and o.ake jour' election. R. body of the American public. prevailing he'Clgarraakers' union approved of truth to
I believe. that tbo the rest, cannot lead the rest toward
'j. ooi l Tho capitalisation of tlio company I. A, Rouse. tf. 133 strikes
involving 0,837 member '
bannela of truth because '
'Illf" 000,000Altooiiicb) Insurgent until ex they, themselves
.r anti 'It--,
DI4 3,001 nonmembers Of
Quar Start It. this number ,
Julia O Rookefcllur.. whoa holilJIIKN and leaders and teachers "
New House Boat for Sale or Charter.'jr an unhappy 72 hare no
( tt' '.. '" time alock .U placed ai about, 4O per Senator Quay think there for ,Uncle Sain. were successful! 43 were precIse! conceptions of truth no faith
I particular* addreu O. A. Rave, some mistake in the report that compromised and 16 were' lost. Forty-
; ifL 1 reul, received, th" lliio' iihureol bit dividend seems a mighty ht their power to suppress evil And
I,;,: dUtiUnited today, there wee plenty" left for care ot TROPICAL SOW, Went Palm resign from tbe senate. eyes of genuine three of tbe strikes were far an In. when shall the plain people learn how

,Ij, ,-1"; Other* Tboa* who shared the *)o.t of the Bach. certain that be didn't stnrt'the Republic, reuse in wages", 83 against a reduction to think1 anti act by themselves That
and 23 against 'lct1mla "
Atlanta Constitution. .
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. 'TO AVOID CONFLICTS provldcs. If a dispute"' m'lnoiO Unit/ /u1 '. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. :...................................................:
ono who strllusH. Ibcks out de liihtltrm I PROPERTIESAND
I to : Newly Furnished Throughout. 'tate. $i.5O P.t> Day :
of ,
elthiT'lif/ frullty a inlHtlonu'iiiHii- .
THE NEW ARBITRATION LAW OP. NEW : _- Sp..l.l ft_ta> by Day of Week .
which may be pun IB boil by Uu pi'I sou' 0. 0 vniLLiMawunTH oco. a.ouunm .
SOUTH WALES moat or ttritf. If a.- dispute nrlHcn, 1 1inttKt It .' CUIlLmCtWORTll& CUUUII2 : .THE.: : ,,

', ._ bo referred to the cumt. lie" also

..' .. JII.uauew Differ Materially FrontTliH believes) that there will bta jnfnt<< extension BARGAIN TRACTSA ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS, i HotelCLEMATIS i
of trades unIonIsm mid of I Commercial .
coin '
o( : .Z..laJtdTo'' PreventStriken West l'ulm itacIi. -'JI1.

'r r and l.o"kont.WUI RncourVnlonlxiu. bhuiUon nmongr eniplo'rei's.! The tend, Few Leaders from the List of 12.111 : :
_, ,/ eucy) ,frill\ be moire and wore fur large
bodied of workmen la wake bargains : ; AVENUE NEAR JEFFERSOtf BLOCK :

", J ,\. South Wales Is closely! following Wj'lorlio bpdles of oiflployoiff!-In,otli- Desirable Properties Off'ere.d ,%V'.I. MISTQAJ-.1", .

New Zealaud; in thC attempt to au bet!- f'r words there will\ be collective bur, by the, TROPICAL REAL' ESTATE A TTORNEY.A T.LA W.NOTARY. : :'C. W. SOHMID, Proprietor :

..tu.I. compulsory system! of arbltra- gaining: about labor Instead of every' PUBLIC' .

c1"/oi1t, / {rq plnco( of strikes and I lockouts' Individual' making terms for hlmuelf., i EXCHANGE, Will pr Uo.ln County: ,sum aril Fedeia, : Special Attention to All Rooms Lighted : ,
'mill 't\fua\ URHlst lu The gepcral result. Mr. Wise afflriiis Court: *
) proyentlug tupctltloii :
.: :. {"of tbe dlaaslroua* oonlllcts between will be to give greater stability to Industry. W. I. METCALF, Manager. CoUlD CASKS A SPECIALTY.tilflceto : Travelling Men With G as. _

,: 1I11)1l3'el'8) and employed wblcli have Employers heed no )loiitfei* be TRoPIcAL .
afraid that thcli' calculations, will be ( BOa Block. : Free Sample _Room :
been so frequently, us In other cotui- Abstracls of Title Furnished. Weat Palm Bench. Dade County Florida .
sudden VlT-tf
s thee, productive of Injury to the mutual. upset by a cessation of workBecause : ..................................................... _
Interests capital! nail labor. In though disputes\ way arise '
Surburban Tract:
framing/ the Il 'severn2' improvements work muss t; go on tvblle the dispute. Is IT. B. SAUXUiatS) !: -
being Vule by the court. Contractors Partly Improved fruit fnrm and planted'
uggeHted by the.working ot tbe law In CrncL, I IS ATTORNEY LA W.
icruve, near town. Twenty acr '
New Zealand will also: be able to make bargains with .red, II In choice sod :
i liave beeu wade. In New a..ru ell'' acres orange
:tenlandlny ''aeven'pOl'8onll can form the trades unions for wages to- be paid grape fruit tree.. W acre In IrlHti pota- Corner Olive and Datum 1..el"l. TROPICAL
toe, Hacrclnaitaortcd veottablea I acre
on Industrial uulofl, but In New South) during the progress of any wont and tn toniatotit, 3 acres ox chicken yarn 1 en. 16-1 WEST PALM BKACH; FLORIDA il I/I_
these bargains can be leei/ly! enforced cloned with poultry' netting. New 6rooil.hoiine .
Wales only d. registered trades nulun ::: ::
like other oontfuct. aiipplled with i>tertank8rrove; nip
L: <-an ',jo so. The reason for the change any piled with irrigating plant' good table anti,
Is On the other baud the workman Is waiion ; /lower /garden "1 lnnteotoeli"lci A.J.. LEWIS. Real Estate
In' New Ze.i-
M privilege given In of I rose., and l dOter howelL BEST Exchange
position both
a greater security Ab.r..h. L.LeArZ0RNEYAr.LAw
? nnduua.'nbused and has been sometimes" ORANGE LAND IN DADE (COUNTY
because be knows he cannot be locked urooertr torlaks *,._ _
;used by trndurs to arouse disputes and NOTARY PUBLIC.
and because In. -
out the
court the oxtir-
!In tho employment of trade itvalH
Moreover, It Is enacted that no else of Its powers can take' cogulxaricepf Front Fruit land: Agent the V.Baltimore S. Fidelity, Md.A Guaranty Co.ol W. I. METCALF Manager.
any abuse or Injustice or wrong In One tiundierl twenty four' acre*of No.1 _
luduBtrlal referred to : .r.d.
,fr.. dispute Cau)0 tile condition of Ills' and pineapple ., near uantaim. will be OlHce, at corner of Clnmatla Avenue and Nar- ,
employment old uheni. Twenty Acres cleared: email.comfortable '.... ,
,'II.: tbe tour of arbitration save! by a registered | elt.usuiiaStiiuot."' over tltrobo. .oru. 1-4-1901
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by the exercise of Its. power to declare hoime aitunte Luke Went Palm lieaoli.
trades unIon or by tbo official fcoiit. Owned by }.0..ld.nt. who JeI.Ire.Lu .
registrar and ,It la also Imperative that a common rule level up tile conditions of name at aattcrifice price. Certified Abstracts of Title Furnished.
of employment In every Industry to
tUg opinion of a majority of the members II.BUANNLNO, .
those which prevail la the beat conducted

of the trade shall be taken In a Unimproved Fruit Land:
establishments Thus
tauuiier prescribed. This Is tor precautionary 7o-cre trAct nearOjuH, suitable for cltrua Attorney and Counsellor-a t.Law, .
to become of the
ought a (bins past. -
purposes so that there shall \buno fru.tn or pineapple. It Hold in entire tract
Trades unions will also be relieved from f'5 per aero 1 eti.nore"lots at $.o per! acre (OlUoe over Dank,) Desirable Investment Tracts
hasty 111 considered entrance Itito
9r the danger of having Ulefr funds frlt- A burfft'in tract and llgure.Town ,
a dispute. 1-16 WEST; PALM BEACH, FLA.
tel'ed-llway In i la culled :
what a "sympa
Again there are no boards of conciliation Property: Truck-Farming Lands
thy" strike. In the l> \st the wealthy ,
as lu New Zealand. This means unions notten had to support tbe fl-Rooni HOIIM. new, on good residence A.1UE E. AK O IIJEWS, .
that there will be no preliminary investigations trect.. i'rlce* $2.,8oo* J : Pineapple Pr rties.
weaker unions and have been driven p
the dispart being taken ATTORNEY-AT-LAW .
Into strikes when they tliemsehes have T-Room Noose. an attractive residence. Price

straight\ Into court, thereby preventing ball no dispute with their, employers. I35OO CHktll. _______ NOTARY PUBLIC,
delay and decreasing expense. Another Vacant lot, Realdencua m best atreeta. West Palm Bea h Lots
and most Important Innovation consists Should the act fulfill the anticipations Large and ....all..ttall"., liuulue blocks rrowoutlng. Attorney of Brevard Co.

formed It will prove the precursor of eta ______ PlERCB TlTCSVII.tit
lit making It a misdemeanor by FT. AND ,_FlA. .
-- employees to strike or bj! employers to a peaceful revolution In the Industrial ContmodlniiM residence on one of the beetcorIer S-28-lyr Vacant and Improved.
world.-Sydney; Letter in Chicago Intel"Ocean. and in a moat desirable ne1hboPhood. -
lock out either before a reference or '
Its There is to be I M. UOHIUNS Beautiful River-Front
during progress. One of the htont conveniently arranged" rem GEe Properties on
cessation Industrial, operations pending California Labor In Politic. Idencea Ip the town. ocated on m. choice

ia the settlement ot the dispute. It Is A letter of thanks from a carpenters retitdeuce churches, depot Htreet andbuainetiacentur convenient to .,aohool.Cheap Attorney and Counselor-pt. -Law.- Indian River Lake Worth

zr etated that this Is the first Instance ofan and Joiners' union down in the Jowerend at $3000. _.. _,_ ,
Will practice In SIat..and Federal Court.,
attempt being made In any legislature of California recently received Good Inventmenft l'roperlY-lo-room: house, and I'
Bay Biscayne.
to treat a,, quarrel between a master leprenentutlve NecdUaii) looks upon avaIl locatud I'rlce. $2,11oo. TITUSVILLE, F1A.

and his workmen ns a public ,nul- as Blffiiincnnt of political changes In 1aatyr'I .

.u nee'I1 which' ought to. be prohibited* thilt state. "It was lnv conimcudntlon Bulldlnfr Lota., well located, In dcalrnble Splendidly Equipped Hotel well
: Just as any brawl in n public place. the neighborhood, at lice $400, $''SO, .,- $iou ,
of attitude on .Chinese -
my IJ.telfo1I0u ecu $joo cecil.Paclilanable .I4. .
'There Is also, IIn' Improved' method ofenforcing' located the around
said Mr.\ NeedUnm. "und cuuio HOAUEOPA THl8T._ open year
the decisions of the court i trout tho secretary of the \unlou, Avliom private boarding.: lintme. fiirniHhed. 5.
and two aplrtniiUly. .located lot. ovttr WEST FAUM BEACH, FLORIDA.
The.act empowers legal arr4g menteI I: haVe always known na RepubllcunI and business.
looking Lake hnd close to post office and nwtclonc oiipnalto MetlinillHt I Ctinreh. OinvCltmuttH doing a paying -
to be made for the supply/ ( labor with Informed uio that, while he and murkeui. Price .58,500.:; : Avenue. : next toMuiionlu Tenipltf.Oulco : .

associations of workmen. These arrangement unny others preferred to :work In the Fluent, rraldenca (furnlrtlicd) property and boura H to 9 am..11 to 4 und T to 8 p.ni.Bundava .
can be, enforced \like any Republic party, they nevertheless naoMi commamllngly' located property in u. tu 4 p.m.
othercontract* either\ by a penalty Went Palm: Buach. Splendid view :of the Special Atteuttoq liven tn Di eaM" t \md a great lutereBtJn ,the organization ,
Luke and, En at Hida front. Price $7.""' Women and bl"l..o.
I named la< the contract Itself or by the of a labor party In that section. Send us a description of any desirable pper'y you have for sale.

,recovery of damages against the funds "This:\ proved quite a surprise to me. Beautiful residence. site, near Lko front. D .__
ot tho'union by suit brought in the arbitration I wan! aware that the labor Interests .'rice. $ coo, .1I.rr o. HOOD, M. -_ _ _ _ _ .
court The funds of a trades ;. -
were strongly organized, for political New io-room renidenueon. heat homo atreet PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.
'. union, are;! however 'protected against action In the cities even In wards and Hu town, near churches and ..,hool.,$..-. "i O-OO-i
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anyliability except under this act. >moe Strohm's store, WEST PALM
ea- ireclncts of San Francisco. They re Three email tenement cottages, well )0",1e""dcot'llu over
Every employer employing on an average cently: elected a mayor of San Francisco. lot. Irlcei,6ooNent "',. BEACH.;, Jtealdenoe near Royal Folnelama .

_ -' nOt less than A fifty hands per This apparently bas given Ultra Hotel.PALM BEACH.BB..POXTKU. II-I
: month, any association of employers, courage to go Into still. other sections of three little NidtH. home of houHe. of ,five plenty rooma.of porch Mltude on in Mm E. Cue C t Cpally
or associa. l. ... In good neighborhood I
any Incorporated company Califoinln. I think It safe to predict yard on Rood *.et. : M. D. .
convenient dtntance. Stoma cbure.."., "school ,
tion of Incorporated companies employing bat there will be Independent labor and. depot. Price $ioo* ; .
the same number. can' be rcglafterod
tickets In California next year. They --

as an Industrial union, and any will have their own candidates for govinbr Double cottage 14 rooms:on prlnclpaf real 8-38-94. WENT PALM BEACH P1.*. Contractors For .
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dunce afreet; routs fur $ 8 per year. PriceDouble ....:: .
union also be registered.LA&ipIe. --
. ,'L.' I'* (r"ades can congress and In many localities '2,_
: ; \ powers are conferred on. the for the legislature. We believe tbat the fP.. PIjATTS BI. D.

'....1.1f teglstrar-/ the court with a view to vote oC this labor nrty will come cottage* 14 rooms corner of Olive.... I Gravel Roofing and
Fern streets; reuU for $.811 pel )'elI'rl.
) lluauclul stability PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
the -
," a guard over largely from tile Democrats, but It Is $2. .
I. ., anti general management of an thata of
; 0180 claimed large proportion
Tefeffram. dollvnred of the
1 / all boura day a.
:. .. dustrhil union and a schedule of lie skilled ,laborers are nuturully Re- Double cottage, 14 rooms, located on Olive
find nlcht
for BS Price
street rents $: per year. $ ,800.
,' J : .- rulesJs attached to the act dealing with publicans. In any event the new labor ia-29-i FORT PISRCK: Fla. Asphalt Paving
be !Special for CASH for all of the three .
\: those subjects which ate to compulsory >arty'wlll Inject /an, elewent of uncertainty preceding figures propertiea to any one wiHltlnif to

,. :I on all unions. Into California polltlcs-\\allh. make a good intvrest-pny.iig; invoettnent. uu. iiouoirroN
"-' ',. The court Is to be 'composed of ft ington Star. : "DENTOS"BOLLAND Contracts Made Now for Work Desiredbetween '

: judge of the state supreme court as Truck-Farm. Lands: Now and Next Fall. '
f.;' : r president' and two, members. one each! The Mluera. Splendid muck land In one of the incas. DOCK. PHONE 1*

; elected from among tbe employers- anti to the United Mine vi'Retnb1' growing/ aettlements WEST PALM BEAd
In bls.repol't
.)'. Choice tracts at $'5 per REFERENCES PERMANENT ADDr ESS-
.- 'r employees respectively. The method of .Workers America, In convention nt acre for cash Special price, on Hmr pay McGuire & McDonol<1.'PalmBeach; TAMPA FLORIDA or

,: electing these members Is prescribed,'. Indianapolis President Mitchell said: mettle.LakeWorth. L T. DANIEL, Cbaa. E. hauler W. P.lIalcheU. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

,. abd every care has beeu tvkpn to make "While upon the whole the situationIn ------ Oeo. Zapf, or ]. C. Blowers, allot TEMPORARY ADDRESS- _

,', the court an Independent tribunal. It tbe anthracite fields during the past Water-Front: DENT/ST'. West Palm Beach. DAYTONA, FLORIDA. '

.. has large powers, and there, Is no appeal year baa teen very encouraging there aio feet of Lake front adjoining; oneof tliehandHomeat COCOA INDIAN RI Vltft, FLOKIUA, t-Sn-8 j-attf 1
from Its decision. Every Industrial Improved properties on theLake. .0
still some questions which are n
are '. Can be bought If taken, ,at onc..1. a
: ,'. dispute con! be referred to tho source of annoyance and which have bargain; figure.Vo .
: k court either by An Industrial uuloh or discontent GUy METOAI.F. '
;; fronted considerable among .
feet of double. frontage, Lake alld Ocenim6.autifui
the court This Show Cases and Counters For Sale Call on Tbe'Trollcal Real Estate; R.-. .
the registrar-of )
by the mine wotkers there. knoll for buildingalt' *, bearlrffciicoHiiut NOTARY PUBLIC .__ I I ,
; power vested In the registrar la aq Important The report of W. B. Wilson, secretary oiangaand lime trees, aplertUnl S Change befoi prices on realt advance
feature of tbe bill. lie can do treasurer showed a decrease of the boat boner. etc._*__nuar___luablo improvedproperty. For the Statt of Florida at Large. Eight' show" cases, two, four And six: ,

It, although the parties themselves are funds of $30,75: notwithstanding ,the BUILDING rs.-t.aka and Ocenu front Deed, Mortgage Lea.ea. and Contvacta feet respectively, mid three nialiogony!

' unwilling to do so. This, It is anticipated Increase from the per capita.tax cans- ane" at ..w to 16o per foot Drafted.Cnaveyaartnfc a AperlAlty' ; counters all in good condition for tale\ HOUSE for sale in monthly Installments .

3 will prevent any evOslon of the act ed by assistance paid to strikers; and All Work Uuaranteeil i In fKoeHjil.Leftally!SliM: : DIOLk.Wmt Cnrnecl.OIHce cheap.: Addiess "D," core TnoriCAtSUN. of '35 00 Also for RENT furnished .

through nonregistration, and the regis small returns from strike assessments. Palm Bench. Dad Ouuntv. Klnrirln.u cottuge for $35.oo a mouth for six.

tratlon will be under the ministerial direction The membership' has Increased 42,01)3) MANHATTAN SIURT8-ANTHONYS' months or more. Both centrally lo

of flie state attorney general. during,the year,apd outside of strikers \'V' J\14LACE MOSES, cated. P. O. box 441. "' .

The orders of the court may be enforced now numbers 2S'J,3ZU.: The totar Income I
asln New Zealand, by Injunction for the year wos200.3S3.00; expenditures Stop Over Privileges Successor to A. W, Robert. Seaboard Air Line Railway v.

.. or by fines and penalties, levied $330.14301; balance on HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. Operates the only liigti-Glaas Homes at Jjoo, $&x). |(,ooo, Jtl.zoo ;

t both 'Tin the corporate funds of the onIon hand Jan. 1, 1001. $127.807.43; balance Allowed by the SeAboard Air Agent for W..t Palm Beach. Town Loin al.O! daily train between St. Augustine $1,200$i,3> fl,6oo, $1,750, $1,800 $ .oo,
12.300. $
and ou Individual members. but on bond Jan. 1, 1002 $07.047.01.A Line Hallway on Winter Tourist Wuet. Pal NOTARY" III Bench PUBLIC.Witter Work Jacksonville and New York. Ob.ervalion and Upwards, Call 3.500.on $2,750 the ,Troplca'$3,000.' .

:: they..are also ,enforceable by another Tickets Clam...,,,. Avenue, near Olive.Street Drawing. Real Estate: Exchange and make
method, upon the efficiency of which Compile For P...c... 11-31-1UOI Went Palm lleachr. Florida Compartment Investment before prices! advanced. your
of Pull-
Room and Cars
will probably depend tbe success or Strides and lockouts In the she twetllt Dining ,

1 failure of the act, the declaration of a Industry-In Chicago will be Impossible Parlor Cars 'p L>. DROWN man'a latest models, constitute the -

common rule. Briefly put Jhe common (In tbe future as lone as. the a personnel of these superb trains. New 4-Room House Cheap. ,i I

-: rule enactment gives the court power agreement made between the Sheet Between Jacksonville and Tam. ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. Leave St. Augustine daily at 8 ::5

t1 that practice image. association mid Place and ipeclflcatlone prepared ack onville at Eight Hundred! Dollars will .
to declpre any Metal Contractors' daily over ,the Seaboard Air attention at a. m. Leave -tally buy anew
pa, Jobbing work .lT Q prompt
shall with auch limitations us the orkera' union No. 73: Is 4-room cottage neatly painted and 1
etc., Sheet Metal ) Jne Railway, leaving JaoUsonvllle Shop on Datum 8t..*.... 10:10 a< c.Beautiful well
become, a common of located. A bargain property wi'l'
court shall\ specify tn force. Ever since tho lockout two ,
1 In the tf ::30 a. m.New pay.18 per cent on cost, in rentals Callat
rule for all\ persons employed -In the building trades committees ---
: years ago 4
review KOUOBi O. IIUTLKU. Tropical Real Estate; Exchange, W. 1.
under associationshave
particular Industry from these two .
Manager. 8-9-tf.
When once It Is declared. It must be beon trying to reach On agree Building Lots For Sale. !
under the Launch at t a Sacrifice. _ _.
obeyed. Just 89 a regulation ment. The bone of contention wns the
factories acts, the Inspectors under "competency of the workman." Both DEPUTY. COUNTY SURVEYORFOR The Lakeview addition to the Will Be Sold at a Sacrifice. ,

which will be Intrusted with Its enforcement parties contended that it ias their FOB SALE-A handsome new DADE COUNTY Town of West Palm Beach Is now

: No one is obliged to con right to be tbe Judge. An arrangement/ Launch. -37 feet, 7 horse power en. Local Agent for the Lend. Departm, olthfK. opened up and platted, so thai. persons 4 O A acres of A No. i pineapple land #0Ileal' ?i j
form to the common rule except by .this has been agreed upon that II commftiey glue, fitted with chairs. can-lie used C. Ky. POMPANO .II'I.A Si.i.a.oWanted&Ien desiring to secure 'suburban ** Lantana will be sold at asacriBce.

'. form of compulsion, that no one Is allowed comprising an elJ number r.ollll'nl"b for- passengers ,or .freight. 'Cost residence lots, every one covered Twenty acres cleared; small, .

to carry on his Industry unless association pass upon the ability of the $1,400 two months ago ; will sell for with a splendid growth of young comfortable houR on 'the land; Lake

he does conform to It. It will however candidates for membership of the union $;7JO, if taken at once. Add re;* tree, can do BO at very reasonable frontage. Owned by a non resident< who .

be open to'any person aggrieved to up- tho employers agreeing employ U D SMITH, for full particulars, To learn barber- trade. Great demand figures. is unable to give it attention. For spot .

ply _to the court to be excluded from none but union men. Box, 161, West Palm Beach, Fla. for barbers during Summer This splendidly lald-out addition cash this property will be sacrificed to

,of the common rule.Ume and to- vary tbe court Its orders.Tbo baa fall. '. ;. Labor Lrial; Bottle.iTb rush. Two month complete Lat, .1 Just south of town can not be ,ur. the first comer.' Address or call on the ,

power provisions at any made are that tbe legal : greatest legal battle- of modern Sale .Oxen thirty day that scholarship board, palled> in location, and very soon Tropical Real Estate Exchange!; W. I. :, .,
machinery ,tile court shall bo as times as fur as trades unions are con -- tool and transportation can) be Irat-cUas streets will be graded Metcalf, Manager.; >

elastic as possible In order that It maybe cerned la on In Great Biltnln. Taking Yoke Oxea well broke to earned. Positions guaranteed.Write and everything necessary suppliedto

;: adapted to tbe varying: conditions of as a basis tbe recent deCision of the large Moler Barber College, New make It.. the moat desirable home

I each trade. The court will In time. It house .o( lord. to the effect that labor plow ; also cart and new-eround: Orleans, La.Jersey section on the West Side of Lake Brefsford Bros '

Is expected. become .the regulator of organizations are Onunclally responsible plow, at bargain. U. H. GIFFIN, Wort" .
It of employment. for the acts of officers and members Riviera Fla. 321-21 .
conditions I
the main
v and
Come early get
your Real Estate and Insurance
""' .,1', The court also has power to declare a the Tall Vale railway huts begun -- ----.- -- Cows For Sale.The of Iota while price are low. ,
tf.. standard mugs and to direct that "oth suit hgiitnst the Amalgamated Societyof ,
\: Servants to recover damages Trained Nur* s. PALM BEACH, FLA. .
er things being equal nu Railway Season being nearly o.osed: ,

shall give a preference to unionist amounting to $123.130.( The company I desire to sell some of Jersey TROPICAL REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.AGENTS. n
1. Can be obtained by telegram or postal my
I., when two or more men are opplyfnafo' alleges that tbe union la no unlawful If will Notary Public. Cottages to Kent .
: addressed to Church, Home and .Hospit Milch Cows sold at once, ,
TbHon. and that by
at the came time. combination I l I !
I employment 'CliP'" of boycotting, picketing and) I al, Orlando, Florida. Terms. $15 per ,,, sell cuenp. Call on or address. Poatofflc Building:.North of, ,
state attorney
B. R. Wise son Sun Block.
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'.. -tU fho Is the author of the net, tllfnk'i piracy the losses indicated were) I week.

; her will f V.t no.more.; strike."" JnetL ..,;;;. ,
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k- ,' "+ MIAMI BUREAU A RISING SOUTHERN'MAN.! MR. REILLY'S'RErUSAU, franchise to the' necessity 'for no Ladies' Furnishings ",:;.>'>\" '\ ),:J :

-0"- One of the brainest young men In We are informed that 1dluiag' extension of Its pipe lines. Will the Art: Embroideries ';\\\11' :

;:. THE TROPICAL SUN the United Utatea: Senate Is Ed ward Reilly, of the, }'lorld East Coast Council do this? We hope /no. T'b' K r1'y S.t n Notions of All'KindsArtists' '. ,

...- W. Car muck,of Tennessee, who took Hotel Company, folding the \water Material.! i ,"f;

Office la Anthony Block 'Twelfth Street near his seat at t lilt bt>beginning the preaenfe service franchise in Miami, Is very EDITORIAL: BREVITIES. .

,I Avenue C. session, after an experience or indignant over an article in this paper WHAT Is the Board.Trade doing FANCY BOOKS, AND GOODS Stationery Office .Supplies of All Description .,.111)

"" a IRVINE ""ATHER; MANAGER two terms in tbe lower house of con last week, stating thnC.ho! refused these days' It is supposed, .:to be an I" J i
1 BenntorCttrmnekisonly forty to allow connection for water service JtflAMI: A. J. 80LBrrPROP: .I:
greet: I,
.' All MubncHpttaiiH.;. advertisement and! order rot organization fo help build up the .
t ; .,, job thU wurk south of Fort Lauderdale received alI two years of age, but he is a. recognized to be made with i the' Metrfaodiat Church material interests of Miami, bull it 3-7-1" ,' .,'pal;

I i' efflce. force In the politics of his own Son I h. lIe did refuse, however- and' mlj1bqus't aa well go out of businessfor -- --- .

POBTOFFICKUOX; ; NO. 16.. State, na he wilt be in the Senate, i If still refuses, and that Is the essential
all the it does ,
goad \ Time
Florida Ooast T'abl' e
: MIAMI, l't.OmPA.rARCH 91. 1003.J.I" he lives. A' hud student, a deep point, though the applicant! offered ..*.. East;

thinker, a forceful, andeveu brilliant, double the usual. rate charged J, and EVERY MAN who supports R. Hudson .

If you approve the policy, of speaker bit is bound to acquire that even asked that a water meter be Burr for Railroad Commissioner SOUTHBOUND-Read Down. NORTRBOUND-Head 1I. 1-! -i

1 ; d ,It, rt, THE TROPICAL SUN, don't wait dominance of thought and action put in. The SnN holds, nil any law knows to u moral certainty' that if

for a canvasser to call upon you. among; his colleagues that comes I per will, that the refusal of any company elected Mr. Burr will carry out his I- .,N0. I .NO. I "'N() I .:NO MAIN LINE .:NO .NU. I o'l '.:
Send or bring, your subscription alone to leaders of men,.be )It in polit:. to supply its :patrons with plcdgra. His record la bin' platform, '\ ill 'su se 'fa 1. >>:! .1IIJ..i.., +

commercial life. IIis water, when the full and legal cbarg. ,. .
t' "' office. teal social or he needs fto t further endorsement. "
i i r to the and 8 10 I' IS U It 7 to a II 4')11. L...J.Ckx/mvmo...Ar 7 (lU p't lOp ,reap f tot. h
speeches have already attracted widespread es are offered', vacates Its franchise; .. ... .... (0 I 4u., ...S... .iunkvonviileLv II Gi" ....s a. .
a 'ji.uo)p 9(0)1I\ 00a 10 DOn ...., St. Angn..tlnQ, ..... S GO I' 8'10 p 'A.,.lily 0 6uli
'' MR. PARROTT SAYS NO. noticeoDilco'Dmentllnd! that and we submit loa fair-minded and Tact MIAMI RAPID ... .l., .... :.. .. It eia ... .11",11.11., ...... e H ..... .... ,
anowTB OF lit to 40 B 40 48a ...gaze Palatk.a.... pp,6 YB p B 416
lit a 68
+' k In connection with the matter oft" leadership is even now being tacitly candid public: la not this B cnne f for would still if tbe ...!.p... .p ... g lop ::::::: Nenga:: :: ::::: 1 p ....?r:...Q U It 'ka
und be
I" .' which to tbe Council to take iu hand ? more so ..... .. .... ... ...... 18 lip ..........Dannolle....,....... ,14)1..". ,,..? ......... ,..... ... q...
Q running a through mixed train from accorded him be has only City city[ government gave encouragement ; f! ..I... ... I 8; ,s p .,.. Ii U71 ,........ Ilapona........... U3 I'' ... ... 1j 1\ _
wield and va. j:< i6 I' 8 011 P 'U 47... I sap ,:...,....Ormond." .......... 8.. P 4 11 I' f' 6lp'4 huts'n "
.4. Jacksonville to Miami, leaving the grasp wisely consel to Investors by improving; the 11 116 I' ..... ... 10 ell a J Itll' .,.,1)n Iona ......... II 81\' t OI! O I tap 4 Olla '.'
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t" tlvely to reach the highest place in SPONGES IN FLORIDA WATERS.The i ..... ... 4 ,17)1 .. 1 Itll' .....,.,Pure Or.."".......... 8 2t l' ...... ... ,..... ......... ;: '
r fot'mercity at night and reaching: / cross streets. Material- cheap. 1100. . 1\ Jilt. I 4t1I' .......New "........ 8 al 1'' .11411 8 sop { U. a
r,' here in the morning and. leaving' the councils of tbe Democracy. planting of sponges; in Biscayne ao ...... ... 6 U8 I I' ... .. ... II IW'I' ..........Ouk. .. 1111........... 1 811 I'' \.. ....I'. ....... ..... < :i
/ close at hand, and makes the finest e I 18>> to s ,.. ... 11.07 P 11 471' ......... ... ..... 101 p >l> 681> 1401' .1i.AI" y
.' Miami\ at night and arri vingat Jack It needs no prophet to foresee that Day Is a matter of very aertou io the 'Id. U 180? P ...... S 11-I1 ......,....TII\lsIIIU.. V..nn.\ .. ......... I !III I I .... ..t..... : F
roadways$ wot 1'48 II 0 ill I' 1800 p 1111II1' ......... R'l6klutltta........ 1101' IOp 4 661:_: I. JIll" ',
: aonvillu in the morning, details! of Senator Carmack will be recognized import to the people Miami AHtntod ..*. ,.. ...... 0 110 P ..... ... 4 >18p> .........10)1111 Uaibe..1, 8 to I' 1 411 P 'i2" ..:.... iI
jt H ...... .. ..... ... ........
.. .w.: 1 cup .......M..lboun. tl Is I 86 P 4 141' ,,.,,
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.I which are given in the local' column, available Presidential timber long flsenliprnin. the local column DADE COUNTY DJ'MOCRA': must not o .. ..w.: ..... ..: ..:... ... "UtII' .. ..... $ubeatlau .. ...... lltl I ... p..,... ....'H'.,.. ,5'III
.. .... a tip" ,.. .111. Lume. ....... 10 47.a. ......i .
before the National Convention it bus been prn.tholly'demonstratt: ,
l THE SUN is informed that General next / rest secure because they heir nothing II 6P n 4 40'p a 8111 p II onl ... ,. ...Port "i'teree.. ....... 1040" 19'IOp S IKlI' it lie
that be artificially ...... ... .. lp.Whit. .aty......... 10 20. ...... .... ...... .
tit: :
Manager. J. R. Parrott of.theF.EC. assembles; sponges can pr.opogated. : from the opposition. Corpora ... .. ... 1:-" '! \\IIII' ............'l'lbblll ........... 10 11111 ... ."..M..,.htr.4 ....... I
...... ... co ...... ... OUp ..... .... .lulus.. .......... 10011....... ... ....... ,....?.
that be :; ; as '
., U on record aa Baying lion emisaries always work in tin ... .... 11 .;;...... lap ...... ....:Jwtze' :........... 10 04 a ... ...... ". .: ""e.p..t.. _.,,._.
SHEEP'S CLOTHIMG. In the Adriatic Sea,,.where the' first :1 .... .. .. (,,; ...... i lOp .. aunu; t'............ \\I at u :... ..,.
? wouldnotrunaboxcuronathroughl ; WOLVES: IN dark because dark deeda seek dark- tiny f 'H' n. 'Hf ,
w' ... .:.... nZ .? ........ii 17"" .......Ilopu Nnun' .......... 8 ill a ....: ...... .,. .... '"11fO
passenger train.: There seems to be a,, growing; dispo- successful exppiiments were1' conduct ness rather than the light. These aNU .. 1111"' '.,..W eat .I"plt..r.. ....... 9 II a .. ... ... ..... ....1':.. 16
It ii'4U, ;; 2. 4 l'j r.; .nl'. ,r.Wezt Palm Ronuh, 8 8ft" I iii 4ft e 1 21\1'\ 10 lilii'0
that the .5
ed found
; The fact of the matter Is that boxcars sition in BO me.quartern to upset the it was sponge' : gentry pursue a gum-slwecampagn.NNN ( a IItJ a.v ; ,21\\ P lap/ lutel! !lm',1,, Potnciann II 2110\ 13! 0 I lAp 10 lOp
would but they about ItO i' 00011 p,26.:; : 'HGI gap/ .v.Th .Urjlk"rA......... I S lO a 10 80. I lOp 10 Up 9 oa p
ARK! carried North during the primary system and return to the .,grow, required e 1111.. 0 00 a. 4 40 I'. II am,. 1I0'ei JIm HI 'ol.t"on, II 10 II.1 IC 110.. J 001 10 061' 6 00 I'
four to reach commercial 148., 0 II n 1It: 4 110 II 401' ..West PeietBeach. .. "r 8 00 n 10 10" lt: top 111161' a ,
d. Spring us n part of passenger trains, old method of making nominations years a IT MAY DE A !MATTER OF JfKWS tcthe 1007 n ...... .. .. .... .p.. ...... .I'. II trop..suy'ntnn.' ...... Lv 7110"... ... ......... _......... rQp .
size It Is believed that in the warm io 60. ... ,..,.. ." ...... ... ...... ,0 Clip ....)'urt L..u.lerch.lu.. .. .11. $$ ..... .. .... 40" 'di1
and > 1ea fo of Dade that
loaded with fruit v(getat> The Democratic party in State convention good people county .. IMI a ...... ...... ...... 10 411' ....... Lyrnnt, Vlty......... S g.. .......... ....... ... .07 P ,
,; the Northern markets. Why not baa unequivocally declared Florida waters they will attain that away off to Chattanooga, Tenn.,, 141./ x. 8 Ian.II 10 I' 0 4e p.10 Sip Ar.I"ml..I.v .a to .iI.!!p_a II! lira 8 OIIp 41X. p I!, '

South perishable freight to growth/ within a year, which makes ther.i others who are anxiously 5ye
? carrying In favor of primaries, and it is comforting are
Palm Beach their propogation a matter: of com decision of the Supreme -
Miami and West merchants / to reflect that the systemwill awaiting till '
? the merciul( suc ess. Court of Florida" in the county ooatoko6lotKoRoatoatoalottotoatoatoltoltoetokollokoatoatgK O etokGltokokx !
t obtain, at during: com
lu this climate, such vegetables as The first sponges planted by Prof. bond case, These "others" are
log campaign. It cannot now be uf
potatoes, cabbages,carrots, etc.,can set, and (It never should lie' upset! for Moore were strung/ on
;.. not be preserved all the year, an! they it is tbe only method by which n fair but these died, owing to the generation Converse Bridge Company to whom

I' can in the North, and in the Summer of poisonous salts, whichkilled. the County Commissioners of Dude
and bonest expression ol public lr
and Fall merchants in Southern FlorIda them. Those now planted nrestrunp fori "
opinion can be obtained.The County let a private contract abridge i : A o
\ send North to buy such produce professional politician, the on aluminum wires, and are appar : over the Miami River at the It's Quotations I by telegraph

Lust Fail cabbage: was selling in ently doing well. Prof. Moore believes Avenue It be termed "
Republican masqurading in Demo foot of D. may i from. New York City, Chi ; tt
.... Jacksonville for three cents a pound, btibe- that the experiments will lie "private" in view of the' fact that : :

J' ": J i{;,. and the express charge was $1.40 offering cratio ranks:, browbeating, the intimidating, brute-force, entirely suscessful, and thus a new no bids were advertised for, though: Free cago, St. Louis, Fittsburg. o .';>

''-''' P per hundred. Now, including boxing( hireling- representative of the corporations and valuable industry will be addedto the job calls for the expenditure of Baltimore and all leading' a .
'fi2S this than cent and a balf Miami's diversified inter It
was more a already than 8,000 of the people'e
: more "
,j -. a pound, making tbe coat of cabbage cannot_ successfully .operate i ests. x No markets, from reliable;, n .;'.
:t" f' money.
with a primary system in force, and _
: from 4# to 5 cents a pound to the It will be necessary,however,for the] Lrmsare bul '
r: posted on our '
Is : '
effort .
'. hence it is that an being: .
4 i $; retailer, who of course, was obliged State legislature!: to enact stringent Moonlight In Florida.

:t f, to sell it at at least she cents a pound made to agitate the question la tho l laws against the fishing;' of small. .By I.,,M. Charge letin board every day; We l' .

I to the consumer, so the consumer endeavor to build up a false public npongea. There is a law on the statute will t"' .ux
telephone prices '
:,,' sentiment agaiust it. [Written for TUB :rao.PlcAt. HON.] you : :
but effort is madeto .
paid the extra charge at last. now, no Of. '
tk,?I', The consumer always does pay, in Professional! politicians and corpo t! enforce it, and the consequence IH! I...n> |It fl ret. lo mllloft tprhiK. i if you will call us up; free'- ,
'f 80 "blte..o brlKht, o beautiful
'.; this instance because Mr.\ Parrott has ate interests) don't want an honest the sponge; fisheries. of the West. Coastare !Mot bought It was tho Inlrmt sight k of charge. Headquarters .
l 4' :" expression of public sentiment, because rapidly being destroyed. Sharp Till daMlloR llght.ao wonderful '
a rooted objection to running freight Any ,,
for all the latest to x'
they know it would be adverseto news as '
.. : ,' ".. curs on a through train BOUND prosecution of the dealers who buy When Slimmer came .t..... fairer still ,, s
them. The primary system/ Is tbe will close the market Whiter and brighter nn cnlm.no grand; Itoo "
a SOUTH A.d yet these freight; cars small sponges the markets, etc. t
method which' the can I I know thin U the falrmt S'
only by people Again thought t '
4.y ;" have air brakes just the same 'as to the fishermen and stop the workof sight; It or '''w'a
freely, and without' undue influence, .
.' the passenger coaches. Competition destruction. The grandest light that shines on any It

t ,'"J'Y'-, .'. would make the }'. E. C. more solicitous bribery and intimfdation, express land. I
: their desires and convictions; hence i MIAMI CLUB BAR; 9N :
r'' :, of the comfort'and convenience WATER AND SEWER SERVICE. Then came Autumnwlth daiillnit tayu ot ,
this underhand, sneaking/ blackguardly white i Phone No. Miami. [
of the people who support that road $2 Florida '
; wonder it ia that :
L attempt to over-rMo, the Many people why Following days of unnhlne bright ; '
oko5toltoleoUoAoko74olaoieolgo5ro7EOSeoSeoirot1o11o11oitoi oleoleoieo71o7eo S'.t'
the water and sewer system of One", more 1 thought Oil earth there'.naught ;
will of the expressed) in State
Compares. with this,this beautiful night. :" ;"
? MUNICIPAL I I REFORMS. convention, even before it bus been Miami is not extended, and blame jf

The police force of Miami consists given: a fair trial. the City Council. The present City But a winter night with her quern of Unlit' M. Brawn TmtMt-nt' ."!'&?*!

of Marshal who Is on of this Council ia not to blame The fault More\ duullng white and no woatlerouHorlght. Bask k f B'm.} 'Mel ormlck.. Vloe-Prwldpnt. """K I1tg
Flannagan Show us an opponent only of 0 :a. Currie:' knr.nd; Yleu-1'rexldee4*3'$

,I duty 24, hours a day, 365 days in fair method of making nominationsand lies. with the Council that grantee Charmed soul. and light aa 1 gaied with J J -d'fi OnrthxiAe, Axilneaiit: Cashier 1 Caublrta }t i. ,v I

tbe year, and for this service receives: we will show you u political ,iiuly the thirr.v year franchise tu.the Florida On tho dl martelnuil light moonlight; to Florida. sf* f "fr\
% East Coast Hotel Capital.. $50,000 '
+t ; themnmficeutealaryot$50smooth.! a hireling brita-offering, bribe-- Company, .,

!(n addition to his police daUBs, Mar taking, intimidatinge missiiry/ of cor- without consideration. for n water APHILOSOPHIC. CIA MI FLORLDA- ; <. '

"phnl, \ Flannngan; Is required to do porltte, reedwho battensand l fattenson wurks, electric light: und.) sewerage -...... --q. ..

j 'i' ', the city collecting./ Last year he the vitals of I he people; a bloodsucking service in the city of Mia\ mi. There are uoinpeuaationi for all bard. '
collected about $9,000, and .was vampire, who revels.in hid No provision was made in this .tiuipr.\ If you have no credit you will Pianos Organs Sewing Machines! J JI '

1 allowed for his extra service $70>, gory feast and wallows in political franchise, so far aa wn have yet been have no dung.Sympathetic. O >

something! less than $6. a month. Blth. able to find, requiring the companyto sell direct from the Factory r

? k This year the city council allows Thd best argument in f'lvorof the extend its pipelines as the city Friend.).-Doctor, this The. Celebrated' Schubert Piano, with Mandolin Attachment. W
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The Conover Pianos
glorious climate af :Miami must be pretty Ibe Cable Piano, .
him two per cent. on the first $2,000 ..,primary that it ia opposed by the grt!>w. The consequence! Is that the bard on you phyaicians. !>pot you i > Tbe KinRsbuty Pianos, the WelHueton Pianos,

8 collected, and one per cent on the professional", politicians and men Company, having laid pipes In those sotnetlmea feel like praying for an epidemic The Chicago Cottage! Organ, in twtnty-nine style a
balance. On the basis of lastyenr'a who streets lying contiguous to; its own At the Very Lowest Prices and oo Liberal Term ?
at their
t, Republicans heart use of yellow fever,or some other kind Catalogues and Prices Furnished
: ; .collections be will earn about f 130, power aa the directing heads of large; property and that of the Land Company of disease? Old Instruments Tiken, In on Application. .

r Mud allow for n reasonable) increase corpo\Ation\ employing- hundredsand rets from its labors, and people Doctor.-I pray to tbe Lord every day Exchange 4' Tbs Celebrated Singer Sewing Machine .

about $150 living north of the railroad track bread and he knows how I Needles and Attachment for all klnilii. of gewlna Machines Mall Ordera will
nrid he mayearn, say or thousand*! of men, to force their for my daily prompt 'tPieotl..o. reoelv

1 ;,r f 12 a month additional. This man employes) to vote an they are ordered. have neither water nor sewer service, get my living C OK. ""E. ll. ANla Hit ST..

works hard, itt liable for duty at all They seek control of the Democratic nail a very little light. The lack ol -0- t B-TT MIAMI FLUKIOA J. W. ERICKSON .

d t. times of the day and ni;ht, and he party in Florida because. ia I light is due to the failure of the cityto A. bird ia hand way be worth two in ,

t v either ought to have his pay increased the dominant party, just aa they provide it, for the Company be bush, but it l is'nt worth while to .... ,
for feat
(: tomatoes too greed
or be given; assistance. would seek tocoutrol the Republican agrees to put up lights wherever pick you b f
ruin tbem.O
frost wet weather ., ,
or may .1 Fut1nituite.
Indeed, both should be done, for party were it a recognized force in the needed, at f2 a. year each. It. is -*. r.> a .

I there should be a police officer!(! on political fortune! (if the State. These stated, however that the Company Mr Rlchley.-Couie, now Johuy tell : .'

duty at night, and under"'existing: men are not Democrats as a matterof have tefnsed further light; service to tie wbat your sister Hid when, she !got y ri Large Stock .

h ,. ", 4 :t conditions lfaf'lhal'Iannllgan' .\! cannot sentiment or conviction.; They any one, owing/ to the fact that the my,note, Baying tbat I would call tonight Small Prices

"J 1 ::4 be up all night.: have no political principles, except electric light plnnt.la now taxed tots and I will give you a dime. .

t .. In this connection It is well to callA hose of expediency, and it ia Just OH full capacity.It Jouoy-(A genuine Miami Cr ckerShe a 00 Good Goods

a .. attention to the fact that. the Mny- well to serve notice right now thatso Is a fact,. however, that an extension never said nuffin;but Pa, he said 'Damn

r <. or of Miami receives no salary alall, far aa Dade County is concerned : of the ewer and water service It, I'm tired of poyln' fur lights fur a : uv OWEN SPECIAL rq ATTENTION.. Mail Or ers

;. although hes\ required to act as the Democrats will nor submit to is) urgently demanded, and there- elltr what never conies 19 ther point.

i,.',*,. Judge of the city police court. The dictation by wolvea maiqerading in III no doubt that while n special And when., I asked Pa wbat be mean, Undertaking la all Its Bunches. .
Sin, abe says, "You but op,or' I'll box
r y present Mayor Is a business man, sheep's clothingud; that.too, at the clause calling/ for such extension) has "
I Mr. what
hi, business been omitted from the ordinance It your years nay ;!, D200N 5UITm EDWIN NELSON Miami
'p au I the exigencies of long range of 366( miles. yea guess Pa meat? Fla.(

;t 7 are such! as to claim hU personal; Tho primary will stand In Florida, was the intent of the Council to -oIl 3-4-3m

I,} A intention to thntd..greetbllt he does and these psuedo-Democrats will be exact It when necessary. Open closets health Is wealth _there Is,a.,store of

not always flud It convient to hold uncovered! and forced back Into the with no water to flush them; .riches in Florida.

t : court in the t morning, and the consequences Republican party. We want neither a re unhealthy\ anywhere-,and esPecially -O- WILSON & FLYErDBALERSIN J

il) is that police court IB held. theIr dictation nor their advice, nor HO in thIs (climate, doubly so in x..dlady.-Mr.Mlgga must be a very

t : at any hour in the day he finds timeto will we tolerate either In County Miami. where! the scavenger- Comes eliglous mao. Every time be sill down --

attend to it. This Minot right; affairs, or in the choice of au United around at hill own sweet ",1I1,-and 10 tbe breakfast table he mentions *1 ;

ill I it U a slipshod way of transacting. State Senator, as they will fully Understand not once a week, aa he Is supposed quotation from tbe Bible. Staple and
o tt Moggs. What, for instance.LandladyWhy Fancy GroceriesFRUITS
city business. Even prisoners have Lefore thin cqmpaigu |Is ,to do be gays, "Hebrew,
some rights, and .bhould not be con- over. Men who have money to Invest,
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fined longer than U necessary. ,If onae! of who propose to live here are \loggs.-Look it up. TOBACCO and CIGARS. ;

there was a proper salary connected New York, Chicago St. Lonis, Pit's- loath to invest money Ia lots where Sbe did; and like' all other women, I

with the office the people could de- burg, Baltimore and all leading market there. ia neither water nor sewer ser- asn't found out yet why all tbe board. LOWEST PRICES GUARANTEED Ord". Takes at % fHI, ond'AII' ..

round H prompt and, business-like pricea ou vegetables by wire, hourly, vice! and it ia time the council took laughed when she read tl out: "Jesua Oooda .

tninsactlcnof the duties appertain oa the Miami Club Bar bulletin board up\ the matter, and called the, at- CbrittI t the same yesterday! today aDd Avenue D., Near 14th St. MIAMlTwJA.

ing thereto. Free to all. 3 ai t f entioji of the Company holding the rOPie.ger.II i t7 tut

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ABOUT MIAMI located; but that was due to the fa?' PAST FREIGHT. SOUTH WASTING CITY MONEY.\ -' '

that it was a portion of tbo'; Tattle Ka- .:.... .
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Here Some
tale new being woundII'\: Are Bargains
Links of Local News Picked Mixed Train Prom Jacksonville to Miami!! A, Case In Point That Illustrates How'
up small
Large and of land fqr Greatly Needed. The 'Machine ts'Run.
Here and There. fruits and vegetables: Townley Bros. .
= question of And if you watch this space '
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brier Mention of Current Events Gathered Good! carpenters lire in great; de- Jacksonville south Is one that has, long Council who have the spending of the you will'see something: ;

,, by THE SUN'S Ubiquitous Reporters round In Miami, and get good wages been agitated by merchants at Mlam; city's money appear to think that they .
During the Weok. far nine hours work', West! Palm Beach and other points along can do as) they choose with it. A worth reading each week "

-.- tbe line of the Florida. East Coast road. case 10'point:
Reports of market prices from all the .
"I dual la dirt;, Mlninl illrt." About a year ago: resolutions were adopted Recently Avenue A was being clearedoff
Tho Real Kutnte man al-iya lilvtholv leading cities posted every day, and all by the Miami Board of Trade Deques 'and the dirt' hauled away. A lot 17 lbs. Granulated Sugar for '

"And the dad In clmin. 1 any what I-mimn,' day. on Miami Club-Bar bulletin board. ing General! Manager J. R. Parrott to fronting on this avenue from hence 18' lbs. Extra C. Sugar for

t Bbearofnllhu'llnntlonnayoullghtly.; / Flea", for all 3 21 t f give some relief in this direction, but It the dirt has been taken up, belonged to 5' 1-2 Ibs. Good Roasted Rio Coffee $1 00 :j,'

f TII activity onthe River Dock shows A search: about town one day'thin) Is doubtful if the matter was ever Townley Brothers Mr. Thomas TownIe 12 Cans Full Weight Milk of Pot' Cream : :

tbe shipping season Is now lib full swing, week for a carpenter to do a small J job brought to his attention. \t any rat had previously called on Mr. F. W. 16,Ibs. Good Rice', I

Miami. physicians i -:;:re kept tolerably revealed the fact that that there was nothing farther has been heard of it. Ilnhn, chairman of the street committee 33 Ibs Best Winter Wheat Flour
Now, Mr.C. D. Leffler, the wellknowl1Mia"11 and naked when the dirt
not an idle carpenter to be 'found 1 III was taken
1 busy,but It is In attendance, principally, i
I Miami. There are a large number of grocer, has taken the matter I In up to have it dumped on his lot; thus '
on people 'who come to Florida for their "
hand and to circulate\ a petition saving the the of
health. ." I houses In course of erection. proposes city expense haulingit Hams 14c lb.
r f -- at Miami, West Palm Beach and other away, as well as benefiting Mr.
It costs 'nothing to read: the market "The latent project discussed in the in way Miami of itr lathe towns, for signature'; by merchants, requesting Townley. When the work began Mr. .Good Sun-Dried: Apples: lOc Ib.D. .

5rovemeuts being Mr. Parrot to look into, the Townley discovered that the dirt was ;
hourly : erection: on the Boulevard of an upodate I
matter and afford this section the desired being hauled over on Avenue B, urn '

Bulletin board free to all. 321ff iipnrtment.or flat building, suchas relief. dumped on a lot where Mr. Hahan was e. LBFFLJER ;' ;
in in northern cltleit Another .
are vogue After the is April loth, or .
'i ; Benson over building several houses for a Mr. Wit
You be If
will wait
y The early bird sorry catches you the Worm too,long and year may witness its erection."I thereabouts, there will be only one fast Hams. Twelflh'Str Between P.O. and Biscayne .Hcte! .' '. MIAMI, FLORIDA i ,

likewise the first comer gets the first lots om as busy as, I can he; have alt 1 Icab through train a day from Jacksonville, Townley then called on Hahn, but ;

cheap. Townley Bros., real estate dealers do," said Mr. E, A. Waddell, the ; le"vlntbere/ at 10 Q. m. and arming at could.not find him, so he saw Mr. Frank\ > *

: Amhouy.Block. enl estate dealer: to a SUIT reporter. Miami about}lop. UI.;The regular (freight Budge, prenldeut the city cbuncll, t< v
'Business this.1el1 in real estate com service from Jacksonville Is about 40 who said he would speak to Mr, Hahn

fcapt. Thos R. Finder, who runs the pares more than favorably with previous hours. Mr. Leffler proposes to ask Mr about the matter but added, "you know ; ; :
+ Schooner "Violet" between' Miami and 'ears.; I am making some sales almon Parrolt to run a mixed train clear how peculiar Hahn Is," or words to that ,XI'MJNI'E"Si\

,Cutter: is doing a thriving freight" business l- every day. Small ones to be sure, but I through to Miami. leaving Jacksonville effect. 0 .

bringing' up tomatoes. One load h ve some.large deals ou hand I.think in the afternoon or evening and arrivinghere The upshot of the matter was that the

this week broke all records, will go through." And! it U in every. the next morning. There is such a dirt was hauled away at the expense of v

Brandow Bros., who have recently line of business. in Miam; everybody is train from Jacksonville, but It runs only he: city, and dumped where would., do

located in Miami, are already doing a busy __. to Titusville,"carrying both passenger Mr. Hahn the mos.t good. In spite of the Dry Goods Notions Etc.

rushing! sign painting business They' and freight Such a train ruu through fact that Mr Townley offered ten centsa .
-_.*.lao have an up.to-.date photograph : That the Inhabitants of to Miami, arriving; hereIn the morning load to have' it dumped on his lot, ,
It studio that Is being: well patronized. 'own" keep up with the procession, is and).leav lug/ nt night, would stimulate lying immediately at the point where

a > II vUlencetT by the following. conversation both passenger and freight service, the street wai cleaned. There are some The Only Complete and, Exclusive
td' Many visitors are making! trips these overheard SUtf1 be-
; by a reporter
The Seaboard Air Line and the Plan things in connection with Miami's City
days to the keys, across Biscay lie Bay; tween two dusky dames. Bald one: System both run such a train from Jack Council that need airing. Dry Goods House in Bade: County
e 'and regret Is frequently expressed that ."Who dat Pwiuce Henwy" what de
sonvllle to Tampa in, about nine hours. . '
there Is not a hotel at Cape Ploridr.There white folks talkln' s'niuch"'bout ?'r a distance of 254 mild., From Jackson KRIPPENDORF'S'LADIES' SHOES We have Just received our New Spring Silks, Lawns, :Nalnsoo'kswl8se9 "

la a beautiful beach on the ocean "Why, lie dat Jacksonville niguer villa to Miami 366 miles, which couldbe at ANTHONY Baos. /:) Chambrays,, Kmbroirieiios!, Laces, Rlb ?'one, Eto.: Imported <.

+ .slde. what bin towern'! round d! kentry made in 14 or 15 hours, and would bea -------- and Domestic Wash Fab.rios. of all kinds.

Townley Brothers, real estate agents; ibtn' er cake walk," returned the other, great convenience to merchants getting Samples furnished upon request.! Great lineof '

sold to Marlon French, 'of North English whit scorn. perishable freight from the north. Recently THE COUNTY JAIL. House Furnishing Goods at
Iowa, lots 3 and 4, block zoo, on Q. W. S. Bell, .a local merchant ha$l five sacks -.- Low Prices.

Tenth street, near Avenue C., adjoining/ of potatoes shipped from Jacksonville.When Work Once More Resumed; Necessary ,

the residence: of Captain Bravo, for $$go Contractor and builder, handles all car they got here two sacks.were rot .Stone Secured at Last. The SURPRISE STORE ; ,
cash. This Is an exceedingly moderate pewter work. Went Palm Beach. Post- tendead. logs to the merchant: and he
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price, as the property U centrally Dice box; 361. had no redress. '
There now seems to be some reasonable -
--- --- This season, for the convenience of the probability that the County Jail will M AMI FLORIDA .AND. AVENUE C. C. L. Xai aswa S, Prop. ,%i
0 tomato shippers, tlie-Florlda East Coast '
vnvmvvvvvvvvv.rvYyvvvv..n..nvVvVmYVYYYv.m be finished/ before Summer. 3-M-3'n r'p '
J" Railway allows a car to be partly loadedat
Mesirs. Green & Crofts took the contract '
3 :Miami run on to Little River, where /)
for which the is
i'When $8,831.00, by way,
You Need it takes crates, carries it on to
on I'f
of the fund
being paid out general pending 1a
Fulford, or some other station, and so the release of tbe bonds
County now
i1 on 'until it la full, and then sends Ml ai_ r
tied up. by reason of one Mr. Potter's"friendly" }
; > north by fast freight. This Is a decided '
t. .I IK suit. U..t.lluIIOClatioll. for hotut, or runl- BitriTAln,, ID Improved bualeesdame
., CLOTHING improvement in the service, and one for The building was to be finished by in Mlunu.muling on JJity .IfiOon property In Mlmnl. Will pay' !29{( '
teat, llth dtleot lag liet on Avo-
> which shippers are duly grateful. A fast April I, but tlie shipping of stone was nna"A"! lee fitet: UllH property ift per cent. on latlMttiuent, COIn be r r
freight south from Jacksonville\ to Miami near the K ynl 1'..1111110"140 feet had at i bnraMn.. If sold< In tllnext
Cutoff, and work was stopped! for three from hotel Turk. Bllrt'"II..t thirty flay( .
all the round, a mixed train, jTmw.no.
year weeks; The atone was being furnished t

carrying freight, passengers and mall, from tbe Tuttle quarry, down on the 000000TOWNLEY 1fr I

,. would not only be a'great convenience Cocoanut Grove road, but owing tithe

y FllRNISllINGS'ft and real aid to merchants and thejaublic dangerous illness of Mr. Harry Tuttle :
generally, ,but would undoubtedly prove .
and other causes, work at the quarry was BROTHERSREAL
compan"y.Cali .
profitable to the railroad sbut down. Messrs. Green & Crofts

have uUde arrangements to 'resume .

up 'Phone 92, at Miami Club bar, work at the quarry and the stone cut.. ESTATE, AGENTS ,; ;

and get quotations from all lead lug ting wllljiroceed. st

markets on vegetables; sent by wire. '> When finished the jail will be used as MIAMI, FLORIDA'; 5

hburly. Costs you nothing. 3 ai tf a temporary court house until the new .' 1+

one is built, if, indeed, one. Mr. Potter ooooooBnrornln "

SHOES f SERIOUS COLLISION. permits the Supreme Court to allow the 3.-

County bonds to be delivered. If not, In Orange drove In the '. ,r4
I .U fi -- vicinity nt klln'u1. Nine acres, In,
... ," perhaps the County Commissioners will tract.- Five ucrw. In bearIng grove t. ,'

Bicycle' Smashed, and the, Rider Pain- build a court house out of tbe general t... 4 piiy yearn BO per till. cent Hnmll, on cullnuu luvvHtinent Will, .\... /. 4, r4
-< know. Tbe fund : Four 'ihuUHHnil Uol- 'tt "hfare.
tin.i .r TRY fully Injured. fund. Who ? general Iluignlu. at t
\ ,M-7 #s -- sometimes a very convenient dernitrrfsort.

., : ,;' A serious bicycle collision occurred on ,
rent,when earl buy Wo Lave desirable business
Why JTO.H prop
Saturday, at the corner of Avenue C. M I.....I. nine'
Brandow Bros.,House and Sign Paint from mnloy' lirnn. erty In Mlnml. unproved< Amt unmprovoil -
and Fourth Street. Mr. Odell, a visitor caiiiiKe. from JToo.oo to flouooo on I, fop lulu on 8ao;.' term. '
ers Avenue D, Miami. March 3 14-21 i\\ ouny term
.Anth'ony who Is spending the winter at Mr. Rob . 4<
nson's, orr Fourth Street, came out OH

.1 his wheel, and as as reached Avenue C.: SOME\ FIGURES

and turned in, some one scorching down ---......."-- .. '.:, ': ,

the: avenue ran into him, smashed his bowing the Extortionate Rates Farmers ,t'
wheel and threw him to the ground. The Pay the Railroad Company. '

BrothersThe' other man went on, and it is not known -.- Tomato Wraps and ')'

who he Is. Mr. Odell was badly bruised. There la an old saying that "figures 1'

r and his face seriously injured. ,the bridge do not lie." Well, here are some figureson Crate Nails ," #::;
or f his nose' being broken. Dr, P. J'I railroad charges that will make people t :
' attended him, and raised the : ? ;flH'
Skaggs their
. I open eyes:
i largest Dealers between St.. bridge of the nose. He says Mr. Odell : The express charge on a crate of tomatoes I have just received a large. stock of Tomato Wraps, :t
Is seriously hurt. is Tomato Baskets Crate Nails. and ,
and Key West. very from Miami to Jacksonville 55 Picking' Vegetable :
Augustine cents. You can send that same crate toNew Carriers. I purchased early and purchased rightand .t l

York by steamer. from Jacksonvillefor It will pay any own in need of tomato. wraps and nails'' :X: l I t

frequent, and it Is a wonder some one is 15 cents more; or 35 cents additional to see me, or write for prices, before buying. I also y' c. :

not kilted. A SUM reporter saw,a collis- will\ take it by rail to New Orleans The carry ri; 4,
We Have the Lead Ion on Avenue D. Sunday morning, resulting saute to Nashville; or 85 cents more to f"i

in a bicycle ridden. by a negro Chicago. And so on in,! endless ratio. Full Line of General Merchandise .4: :,

being completely smashed. There was The Florida East Const railroad compa-

; because of the, excellency. 'our. : goods. another collision on Thirteenth Street IIY gets the lion's share of the charge, AT LIVING. PRICKS i.Ii.-; I", ,

Monday morning, In which: a bicycle was though having tbe shortest haul.A : '
broken. Most of the fast riding is done Miami two cents a can "
._ _._ and it would be grocer pays ,HUDSON BURR H I'
i by negroes and boys, a freight on each can of tomatoes shipped '
Knox --n-d;; Yiting's Hats good thing if Marshal Flannagan/: paid. him from Jacksonville. lie can get a i

Manhattan Shirts some attention to these fast riders. tub of batter front New York for $l.zg, Little River, ,- Florida '.; h' 0+,, t;. .
E. and W. Collars _, = but that same tub,>; of butter from Jacksonville -,, .. i
Edwin Clapp'q Shoes : Best business lots in Miami, cheap. would cost him 90 cents. ii"uq I

Townely Bros Anthony Block. As stated above, a crate of tomatoes '

t Alfred Benjamin's CotbtngAnthony can be shipped by express to,New York TANK W. STANTON & CO. Hf

.' A' Death-Trap.- via rail to Jacksonville and steamer from .
here for 70, cents, 55 cents being the 'trl; ,
Twelfth Street If had waterat OUR SPECIALTY. J; ; .
Tbe railroad crossing at allroad's share. we deep 1
Bros. and what may be called Avenue E, Is Miami, tomatoes could inipped by '

it 1r likely!< to prove a dealh trap some day, steamer direct from Miami. for 15 or. 18 Fancy East Coast Tomatoes "t,;( 'j
unless tbe railroad company puts cents a crate. t .
Beach Miami: automatic gales to stop vehicles and v At 'J;
Palm !
:West, Palm Beach The switching of freight! 14 Vine Street Philadelphia '
., pedestrians. : G. W. S. BELL = :: J t :h
i for Safety.
Is entirely too frequent
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t A1. The crossings on Avenues C and D would Contractor and Builder Growers of Florida Oranges and Grape-Fruit .,yY ; .\
t alan be the better for gates. This lea
Shoos :saeBrcl :: i council tcrdeal with. OF FINE HOUSES. :'"' I Ir
I iAnthonJ' matter for the city r GROVES LOCATED ,.. :,l" : ..
6g1D I Do Business South Dads L'"::;ilV. :.. tiles & Stanton, Terra Ceta, Fla. Armstrong & Sun ton, Palmetto, Pla jt/'r/ "

" :Ii'ff.; t .. j_r1r-1-w-1 *- SIGNS-Of every description. Bran l Knox'& Stanton, Utaoalt, Fla. !:t' ,f''':
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.';.,1 t ,,' MIAMI BUREAU. Smith said that part of his work at Key NEWS OF SOUTH-DADE DRAININGGLADES.. savage must make way for the march of A OKOWINO SEC1'I N",

S : West was to make soundings and ascertain .. progress and civilization, It Is bard to -'-..,-,-
;. i desirability of the place for f.r.' { -- dispossess them of their landau without
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;t..;;., THE TROPICAL SUNOffice the proposed Biological Station for the Condition of Crops Good, and The Project Perfectly Feasible compensation simply because the white The Country 'Round About' ''Cut.1ef Bang

'. establishment\ of which there is now matt has the power. Is this honorable. Rapidly\ Battled
'I.. Farmers Shipping Heavily. And Practical. ..
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', in Block Twelfth Street near madeeoumdingn treatiiient
i Anthony In He at the hands
i ..: Avenue C. a bill pending congress. -'-- ..5.4 of a civilizedand Major Shone, of Coeoau, t Grove* was
off the reef, ala Christian t'The'Pineapple '
some 15 Growers people
The Tomato and Peppar Staid Largo, and' But Fruit of South Dade Fear in town this week, end ,spolte< ..eiuthunlaattcally -
IRVINE MATHER. MANAGER depth of from 100 to 345 fathoms, ..-. e
; the future Dade..
'News 6'South lIsay"
and Of Pins Quality. Other That the Cllmat'Will Boooma |
," I All aubcdptionaadverdNeumnlaendorderelor" securing a number of beautiful Ot the Coant,. ,' Daoldldlr Colder.Everyone King.Mr that o tfrcat many settlers('flrtt.locating
., received. alo' of the inhabitantsof ,
.rk Lauderdale
South Fort
>vn valuable specimens '
1,1 office. ..._.-.. ... below Cocoa nut Grove and around
it the bottom. of the sea such as SeaHorse : Alfred Atchison, of 'Key West, Cutler, some of them' ranking/ .( ,''home
{' POBTOFFICB 1 OX NO. 161. Sea Urchins, Hermit Crabs, etc. The farmer alone la hit fluid ""iv) in this section !knows, Ina commonly known as the "The Pine- stead entries otllera"' purcbashig
his yield;
Qaxw about
proudly on
lie also several weeks on the general that there Is a apple King," was in town this week; In
w MIAMI, }.FLORIDA MARCH' 31. 1003. spent But bin miiHlnrt are brtokon J by tile / way, project on homes. Thete are large ,traete.of valuable .
&1 Q, West Coast of Florida from St. Marksto hoarse croiiklu' foot to drain the Everglades but no conference with commission men la farming lauds ,open for ..hotnei-tend

r '- If you approve the policy of Tampa, a distance of ISO mite. in. or voice mocking, a* they;r'r"" one seems to have any exact: or definite, reference to the sale of his crop thin entry In that\ section,, 'TCrSTSfficulty S

...' THE TROPICAL SIJN don't wait vestlnating the sponge fisheries, with a flocking-Tomntn Billiard, idea; what will be done. THE SUN herewith '' Spring. Mr. Atchison has four pine being in reaching.'them: ; :' ? owing to the t
t ., view to making a reoort thereof to the The Dade County Burr Is of the stick presents some facts that: will prove apple farms ou different Keys, one of I lack: of good'; roads..! 'I' '
... ,
for a canvasser to call upon you. line of of them alone, '
The Interest.
.' Fish Commission. sponge lug variety. containing 80 acres, all
't _____ f He Bays Mr1. 1'laglef" owns 50,000 acresof
9 Send or bring* your subscription) fishing is about ISO miles along the The area of the Everglades is about! planted in pineapple, hence his crop is land below the Perlnlit Grollt,, '!lnd

t I ;. to the office. Coast, extending out about 20 miles. The wise man buys by..the.... "field 4,000 sqnofe miles between. 3,000,009 a large one, and competition is. keen to sales of farms are befog ttinite i iron i both
a 1 _-- that he finds the crate" and sells by the basket. handle it, lie '
Smith states
Capt. and 4,000,000 acres. The Florida East reports a prosperous season tracts. Majof) Shone., agree.that the
I it EDITORIAL BREVITIES. sponges are decreasing, owing to the E. C. Lanier & Co. Bent forward their Coast' Drainage Company proposes to for fruit and vegetable growers on ttlemeni of the section! around Caller

THE ECONOMICAL!: MAN rejoices in waste of young sponges. The law says in first car load of tomatoes this week. drain about 1.000,000, acres in the the-Keys. ,... and Mr. Flagler'a own ;interests'. will
f.' the climate of South Dade, because no sponges smaller than four inches Bargains ""proved.add unimproved southeastern section, where, there is eventually compel, fin extension t of -theFlorida

"I t he saves the cost of an oyercoat.a diameter shall be taken Indiscriminately but the fishermen city property. Townley Bros. Anthony little timber practically no heavy timber SPONGES{ IN MY BISCAYNE East Const.road to,Cutler, and

1 'r .* take them all Block. it Is staled Legislative enactment ....- ha thinks that\ time
e and the dealers buy then Tbe resultis has set apart 300,000 acres for the Flah Commission Experimenting Lands are. cheap tn ,thai section now, e
in ,
SCIENCE exhausted
: 'f fisheries will be
the sponge Seminole Indians. bat .
Of this, 10,000 acres: are a splendid investment' for anyone i
.-.:. be little. practiced: In Dade county, in a few years unless the State takes Mr. W. N. Hull,of Miami has twen ty. are situated in the Eastern 'Glades, Propegation. who can afford/ to hold (them awhile.W .

C 1, + ,; but it is nevertheless the lund of steps to enforce the law"by putting out eigljt ncres of as fine a crop,of tomatoeson west of New River, and the .balance in ----'-- ,

", i Fulm-is-tree. .. patrol bouts or otherwise.If the Allnf/altah( Prairie as can befound the Western blades In the "Big Prof. J. D..Moor", of Washington, D. <1Ii '"
to the in Dade C a scientist attached the Fish'Com- It. ANNO
.. the dealer would refuse buy : County. Cypress" .: '
}. small there would be no sale, I mission, !III at Cocoanut Grove fora few .
( that sponges I Major Hugh Gordon captured a splendid The territory which the Company ATTORNEY-A7.LAW.
: and the fisherman would cease to take weeks, conducting some experiment in : t .
r 1. the successful/ tomato farmer of the them. As it is, there is a fearful and eight pound black basa from one of proposes to drain''comprisea an elevated the propagation of sponges. Office-Fron. Room, Hatcheti Building.M /*. Aye; D, ;!
the, dykes at Iiallandale Tuesday while basin, separated from the Atlantic '' ,"
la nil. Ptorlc1aW.: //I"I. "iiBiooROBERT "
Dade la
; ,' sunny land of South hap,1' useless waste of this valuable articleof It has heen demonstrated. that the
casting in shallow water with a small Ocean by a ridge of limestone. The
pier than he who revels in riches In commerce. growth of sponges can be artificially
: look and line. surface of the 'Glades above tide water 11. TAYLOR
the frozen regions of the North. The "Fish-hawk" goes from here to propagated and Prof. Moore hag been ,
ou their Eastern edge average ten feet
: e'. Charleston, and from there to a point ::Mr. A. A. Boggs of Cocoanut Grove, with a slope on their surface from, selected to conduct the experiments In LA WYEli.Office .,.:, ',

r TiiBttB!: is AN OLD BONO that says: in the Delaware River, on the Jersey picked over loo boxes of grapefruitfrom their eastern boundry their Florida waters He has' established la Fostoffice Blb.'k--- \
,.la ,
where she will apex experiment station on the West Coast '
s'de Philadelphia,
in Kiinsns. near his of five acres, this being
"Boosters lay eggs grove of twelve feet making* fall of twenty- MIAMI :: FLORIDA
That variety would prove profitable remain until June 10, hatching out shad their first bearing and sold them on the two feet of practical utility for drain and at Key West and tle planted .VH-tt ,' .1','' '.' '

"I '"l the hens eggs.; Capt Smith says that last year spot at a good figure. ',1.-;:" sponges in the outer waters of Bay Biscayne t'j I, :t
; in South Dade just now, 'for age' purposes. 'As the bottom of the : "
out of 113,000,000 eggs 90 per cent were near Cape Florida, inside of El: II ; .;?
", d appear to be short, judging; by the batched, and the young fish distributed The transformation of the"old Baptist basin is above tide water, drainage In !liott's Key. and near Bear's Cat. '. .'."axw

: .. .price ol eggs.,; in tbe streams throughout; the country. chapel, that: formerly stood on Avenue rendered a certain and-aimplc process. Although it ban'been definitely ascertained ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, t:'w4;

."sl From the Delaware the "Fish-hawk" D., but was moved to Avenue B., near The Hmestont ridge on the Eastern by experiment: that sponges can NOTARY--PUBLICS;* .

tfnB' UNANIMITY with which the goes to Woods Hole, ou the Massachusetts Eighth Street, is DOW complete, and it edge of the'Glades is pierced to the water be artificially propagated it has been a '/M'I'MIAMI! FI.A..

l Dade county papers maintain silence coast, about 70 miles from Boston, makes a very cozy, comfortable ,look irg of the 'Glades by numerous natural question of quickness: of growth.. It'la ll.ltt.lv : ,.'. ,exr; I '. ,
streams them
: regarding the candidacy: of the lIon. where students and professors from tbe cottage. _______ among llillsborongh' believed the warm Florida waters are WOU1.I9V,.'' : NATTORNEYAf.LAW4
Miami, Cypress Middle;. Little New, GEOA. ;
I Com various colleges and universities go for peculiarly adapted for a quick: growth
Railroad i'General
e R. Hudson Burr for A lot, twenty-five feet front on Twelfth Arch and Suake Rivers, all of which
I study during the Summer months. and if Prof. Moore's experiments are
w. missfonerisampleevidencethattheyF ) Street, that sold two weeks) ago> for cross the ridge Into the territory it. is
Capt. Smith made a statement concerning successful another and valuable commer- practice In Slate-and Federal!Court
have their "orders. Corporations $1,100 is uow held at $1,650. Large ad. proposed to drain. These! streams All btiHlueiwvntruiitvd will receive. prompt|eat.tendon. .*
the Bay Biscayne fish that is not cial Interest will be established at .
''f f -do not,'as a rule, take kindly to thepeople's known. He said that be vances on the purchase price have been penetrate through the rocky ridge: to Miami. Office* Brows Building, sty,. D sad. HUb v
candidates, generally offered and refused. The present the Ocean, and engineers( claim that .._. Street.
\ kin .
could not take any of the splendid ? MIAMI. FLORIDA
r"e fish or Spanish mackerel HO abundant owner will get his price.Pre.1 the 1 falls or rapids at these heads White Girl Wanteih'

j IT HAS NOTYET BEEN,EXPLAINED why here, because neither would live twenty. Miller the of the col- are graduallyworking wcatwardly,
Commissioners have promoter and, in time, would, by natural means, A white girl or woman who is Industrious S. H. RICHMOND, Agent
it is the County four hours iu confinement. ony at Klmyra, has just purchased from t
and fond of children secure
I drain the elevated basin. "'Thit Drainage Call a
retained a private firm as legal/ ad- .-. the rallrond company 230 acres: add! Com'panys propone to Assist Nature good place in a small family.: Address"B. Perrine Grant Laiii Company ''

visors at a yearly salary, when' Dade tlnnal and will throw] adylfe' across Arch 1\[." of '
THE PASSING SHOW. and by removing the( barriers at the care this paper, or call at 1C.EA.I teSTATE'oj;* .
:i .,
County has a County Attorney. Creek and ditch the land, so*as to. drain. Beads of these Rivers, and cutting canals this office for Information ':
? 'C.--- the land well to cultivation t-4-Sm CUTLERFLORlDA. r "sTE.
he elected for preparatory
What was anyway channels
or into the body of the
Points Purely Personal of People Coming .. .,.
Why pay such an official if the County A few loads of crushed rock would be Everglades; together with laterals, '

I Commissioners are compelled to And Going. of great use ou the road to Cocoanut quickly remove the impounded water, ,

employ legal aid elsewhere Dope 'I' Grove. There I is probably more .travel and thus lay open this vast territory Jt WKDDELLLRpnT .

that come out of the General Fund, Mr. M. J. Parsons, of Kansas City, a between Miami and Cocoanut Grove than for settlement and cultivation .
; vegetable buyer,fa lure for the season,' other road in the at this
too? on any County The accomplishment of this drainagework

.% and is making some heavy shipment. !season of the year, and a poor road gives will also result In laying I :N.N1NNNNN..NN.N..NNN .",,

Mr. H. O. Muuger of Denver, one-of visitors a poor opinion of the County.*" open to'navigation of streams now useless ,' .
if Robbins of Titus- the largest commission dealers in the Reports from Ojus are tohe; .effect ",, for commercial transportation.From : : Fine list City Lots desia- :,
whether Lawyer I \<;
West, is in Miami, with, his family, and that the tomato crop will be short, an engineering point of view the -: ,V

t.' ville, appeared before the.Dade County will remain several weeks. owing to the wet weather, but the cropis scheme is perfectly practical and past- '

Court,Judge lleyser would disbar Mr. W. C. Sayers, of Little Rlver.who looking well and the farmers expect< ble, and so far as the financial phase is V. ble Biscayne. Bay fronts'i J *". ;

himf on the ground that he had concerned, there will be hitch there. ..
has been in poor health for past /five large profits( owing to the1 continued no i 1'
practiced law with Lawyer Heyser., months, was iu Miami this week, and advance in prices. Mr. Combs*,says he The gentlemen having the project ,.I to Estlt6i i ; also :Fruit arid Vegetable 'Ml&;

II, .' or whether the Judge would declare reports himself as improving. has been very successful this year: with hand have ample resources at. their ,

himself incompetent, to sit, orJ' all kinds of garden truck. command, so it may be taken as an I I Tracts Miami Coco ;
whether-but this county bond case B. C. Lanier of E. C. Lamer & Co., assured fact that this section of the near 'f"
; packers, who live at Leesburg, Fla., is Five cars of tomatoes were shipped Everglades will\ b* drained.
r p). a' has tangled; things/; up enough, with- here and will remain during the 'to from Miami None of the andColtectioni. Grove
further cars There Is anotifer\ feature, however, : ; ; nut and vicinity, improved -' 7
; out propounding; any con- mato and pineapple: season to assist were full, but were dropped at Fulford connected with the enterprise That ii. : I
s undrums. Better wait and HW if one oilier and ,
his Hallandale and filled .
,F partners point, not at all satisfactory to farmersetul ,
many and
l unimproved .t
B. M. Potter will mix things: up shipped North and West by fast freight. others in South Dade. They \claim : ,
; 'r some more. Mrs. J. P Drouillard and Mrs. Frederick This method of filling cars Is a .great '
that the removal of this
.. vast body of: I
a. Benjamin, belonging to the first convenience to shippers anti farmers and warm water, and the cutting away of ; ; suitable. for residence or nAgency' !
families of Nashville, Tenn., spent a
the railroad company will find that all the timber will ,
WHEN THE EVERGLADES ARE DRAIN- Palm remove protecting '
few days iu Miami and went to
such co operation pays. barriers and the cold wind |
; from the vestment.
ED look out for freezes in South Beach Monday afternoon. They are .
Dade, Is the verdict of.former.* who delighted with Florida.: I The two Majors Gordon, both sons of Northwest that always "precedes, accompanies i. _

lived in central<' prior to the Gen. John B. Gordon of Georgia have or fallows cold weather will ............................. .
( Mr. W. I. Ewing aud wife cf Minneapolis made a success 'of their first' season in tend to cause a lower temperature in ,r'f,
great freeze which came after the Minn.. who have been spending Florida. They ..e forty acres of splen South Dade that will result disastrously '.

)heavy timber north o{ that section the season here, returned home did tomatoes near Biscayne where they I to fruit and vegetable growers The Phosphate and

was cut away. Sentiment is growing this week, immensely pleased with purchased 140 acres of land, and their Drainage Company. claim there is no t '

: that the opening; of the Everglades Florida generally, and Miami in par. crop of I a acres: at Ilallandale, which is timber of any moment, and, that any t ?*" Orange Grove Lands;

!; will prove detirmental, rather ticular. Mr. Ewing expects to return also looking fine. Both of these gentlemen way, the climate will not be affected.

_. than otherwise though; it will doubt. and may locate here permanently. will build handsome homes at On the other hand the contestants I On the West CoastAgent :r

.: "' less prove profitable to those interested .---- Biscayne, this Summer, overlooking: the allege that the removal of large bodiesof !

A \'. who may thrive at the expense ,- MIAMI LEADS ALL. Bay: Gen. Gordon will make bis Winter timber in North and Central Floridawas

)tr of all Southern Florida.i I .:.....,,.--..-- home at Biscayne. the direct cause of the disastrous Armour & Co., Fertilizers, Chicago. Airmator Wind Mills, Chicago '
freezes that wiped out million invested
-i h Unbiased Opinion of a Traveler from Work on the Humbuggus road Iii pro .Correspondence Solicited. ..'
in: orange and other fruit culture In those
1 t i' WASTE OF FLORIDA SPOKGES.: The Frozen.North greasing slowly. This road extends three ,sections of the 51 ale. This is a matter ol 'Ofllo* 0..... Bank of Bay Blseayne MIAMI "
-.- miles.. west from Lemon City, and Is being Menus D. aad'rwelhh Str.ct FLORIDA
,< ... very grave import to the people of South
of Nova Scotia ii S 7'31" .
r: Mr.W. T. Sierritt built principally by subscription, the and
I Dade the result will be watched
A. Fish Commiaiioners' Steamer Fish-hawk spending the season in-Miamlf and says farmers and land owners in that section _-

,I ',;,\!-o,, On Bay Biscayne. le will make his winter home here, and' contributing about 1,000, and the County with interest as well as anxiety. WEST PALM BEACH

".\ -- may probably locate here altogether. jfaoo. The road la la feet wide, Another feature. from a sentimental ,The Everglade Produce Co %

The United States Fish Commis To a SON reporter be said: about 2-% miles of which have been laid point of view, claims attention. The FLORIDA "'

nw ) sioners' Steamer "Fish-hawk" lay at the "I spent three weeks at Daytona and and a portion rolled, which will\ remain Seminole Indians are restricted in their
I+' # Miami 1 dock for several days last week', Palm Beach before coming to MUmi, there till the work is completed. The bunting grounds to about one tenth of will pay a liberal price for Tomatoes. Will want live to eight
? week for
hundred orates a ten weeks. Correrpondence solicited.Biscayne 'yn
their former
1 l q. on her way from Key West to Charleston and I consider I simply wasted three Humbuggui opens np a splendid possessions without onedollar' dR
IIv f, t j where tbe vessel will remain for weeks. This Is tbe most charmin'g section of South Dade that is already of compensation, and it is safe to

I I' } two or three weeks as part of tbe govW' place of residence and most delightful well settled say if this drainage project is successful, "

f ; fr. ernment's exhibit at the have _.. which there Is no reason to doubt the LumberShingles.
4/# Exposition. climate: I ever seen or expert Lumber aufl Supply Co. '

I : The skip: is commanded by Capt. Jaa.A enced." Heavy Tomato Shipments;. present drainage company, or some i I .
I" ; Smith and is officered follows: >Mr. Sterritt lives at the extreme ether will drain the balance of the territory Lath
t', :, Lieutenant C. H, Cleaveland. execu. Southeastern extremity of Nova Scotia The tomato crop of South pad is included in the Everglades, and BRICK CEMENT, LIME PLASTER, and HAIR. 'Sole Agents for Warnell Crates

", t 1 '. ties officer; Dr. J. D. Mllligan-surgeon; and he says that, contrary to the getters! now moving in real earnest and many the poor Indians will be removed to the MIAMI"FLA, say J. A. Maw, snrBuy ,?";

h M.' S.L.Green'ChiefEngineerPaywester; belief, tbe weather there Is not so very shipments are going forward in car load far We.t. Is this right ? Is it fair, honest 3 '4.tf der.

( 'Ji': J Eugene{ Vietb; and Farrar M. Stumps cold, and Spring opens early in May, lots The railroads. are well representedat treatment
.fy Scientist connected with the FisbComoilailon. the Calf stream being responsibly for Miami. Mr. II. B. Hutchlrmonr of creatures who' have never, so far as can Your Olothing of the

41; j: yi this. A hundred miles North, or back the Chicago: & Northwestern with headquarters bs learned, received a dollar of aid,

', f' r. The ."Fish-hawk" bas been to Key In the interior, extreme cold weather at Atlanta is here; also George either from the State or.N.Uuaal gov

,: ,j I : West collecting fish for the Charleston' prevails. Mr. Steriitt has come long M. Holden of the A. V. & W.; C. ernment PIONEER CLOTHING MENOF

11 I :I Exposition from that point Capt. distance but is more than satisfied with Sanderson: of the Mobile and Ohio, and If removed from the balmy, semtropical

: 1 :. Smltheentlwoearlo.dSoffiahconaiat- what be baa found. Mr. Mead, of the Plant System. The land of their fathers, these poor '

r j 'J ,rt..... Ing of some :25 varieties by railroad Some idea of the distance he has price of tomatoes Shows a steady .P Indiana will die of sorrow, and exposure DADE COUNTY ..

Vr C ,.. and bas several tanks on board. He traveled to reach'Miami may be gathered ward tendency, and there are more te:. to the Inclement weather of the West,

: also caught; a number of fine specimens !. from the 'fact that by traveling on fast matoes now sold f, o. b., tban ever 'before to which they have never been accus

; in .Bay Biscayne, to add to tbe trains, and making close connection atill The farmer look for a profitable tomed. They have never given any Schneid man & Cohen

y.,.1',, ';} exhibit. : ,points It require 55! hours contiu- season even if unpropitious weather trouble duce they took refuge la the

: t :.'to. Speaking to SUN reporter, Capt. I Ious traveling to reach his honw. should lessen the crop. Everglades; and, though, of courser; the *-"4t Miami, Ploxida

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r ( Young Woman In Augusts Found ... by Drink, Undoing Comes to "Wild Man of Central Corpse Of Bartow Warren, Express /

Qr' DRUNKEN R MEN Augusta sensible; Ga.from March Laudanum.19,--A 17.-Jahla America.'PVafdoata Charleston Robber,S.In C.Edlsto, March River.15.-Fish. BY CHINESE REBELS f'fReign
Ga., March, ITi-Tha horn.
white woman, neatly dressed her bed< ermen near Branchvtlle found the hal
ed man from Contral America whoman
\ '
found last' night insensible! and a suicide decomposed body of a white man float- *
article stated a few days ago had of Terror In ,
Zwang-Si ;
Zged Woman Assaulted and fn the doorway of Schneider's was Ing In the Edlsto river, a circle of flyIng .
been secured by Dr. Dodge of Way- '' ;,
goods store>, just above Eleventh l It she bad buzzards watching It from above : and Other Provinces.
Brutally Murdered cross, there was arrested In this city
on Broad. been deal It was near the bend In the river, : ,
and fined in the mayor's court Saturday -
The ambulance was summoned A bottle ot where the express company's safe was
morning for firing his pistol on MANDARINS/ CAPTURED OR SLAIN, V \
HER ASSAILANTS ARE IN JAIL she was taken to the hospital. emp. the found on the day after the recent express ; .

She was identified as May streets robbery. Two, pistols were strapped ....t ''* 'S
Near or May Brock, an Inmate of a which she Incidentally was disclosed a very around the body and In the coat It Is Said Many of the Imperial 8ol-r V! .' "
Flowery|} Brunch, Ga., On. of the clever fake. The alleged freak, who f
able resort. of life and pockets were found 12 express envelopes the Rebels ,
Is dlers Are Joining Owing
MostRevolting' an ordinary looking negro when his
Crimes In Georgia'sHistory She had taken an' ounce of her exist. I four of them containing
: horns and tusks areoff, gives his name to Superior Pay and the Opportunityfor
I. Committed': hum which she had that she money.On .
Chris purchased
Calvin >
_ '." as Byrd He"had suffered an Ii
drug store three of mile the world the day following the "Looting ,
; -goaiters a express
tins Blake the, Victim. .. fIt : Incision made In his' scalp and a thin
tant. ., her body robbery the trail was traced by blood.
piece of metal slipped under the skin.
Hong Kong, March 18.-General Ma
Gainesville, Oa.. March 48.: -Mrs. is supposed ehe...drank (it pure It for To this piece of metal was attached hounds to a place on the river near
Christina Blake an: aged,widow, probably ter ,leaving the store and had two upright standards, over which his where the body was found where It has been defeated by tho Kwang

75 yearn old, living 5 miles south that tar toward her home when Known, was horns were slipped and screwed to. was lost It is thought the robber attempted rebels who have taken possession of

o.tGalaaivllIe/ was yeeterdayoutragedandtafterwarde was overcome by the drug and fell here for They fitted snugly and defied detectionby to swim across the rapid cur I Fang-Cheng (Feng.Chuan). They have

<< brutally murdered by conscious. that the ordinary observer. The tusks rent but being weighted down by his killed or captured all the nandarlno)

twoi SgpTtien, 'both well known In shady rep. which ha wore were slipped over his clothes, heavy pistols and cartridges and have looted the town
this BEAR FOUND she be perished miserably. .
city. IN TREE. came teeth his mMM
and from
eye protruded
The men held for the double' crime '.. .,' the name mouth a couple of Inches. Those who have seen the body pronounce Hong Kong March If.-General Ma .

are J. O. Slower.. and Charley, Plrltle Its Master's Dead Body Lay. on Byrd has been on exhibition here a It to be the notorious Bartow attacked the rebel strongholds, but

his brother-in-law.. Beneath. day or two In charge of a couple of Warren who Is alleged to have robbed after an engagement lasting two days, '

Ot their guilt.'there cad be no question Cochran, Ga.. March IB.-About Waycross men. One of these men, giving the Southern Express company ,twice was forced to retreat. The rebels; I

days ago a foreigner came to his name as J. C; English, was and to have murdered the chief witness then established their headquarters at: '

Whenfre, )\ : Blake's dead body was place exhibiting a white bear. ; Output for also arrested. against him. t,
Fang Shea. .
found inner: house, her clothing torn staying here a few days he passed ;

t and disarranged, ,the two men held. formurdering A few days ago negroes The cigar MAY HEAD GEORGIA!: UNIONS. SUBSIDY BILL PASSES SENATE. The rebellion Is spreading rapidly Iu<
the long since -- the provinces of Kwang-SI, Kwang.'; .
: her were Jylng stupefied body of the man on the
with the the' railroad. lick which Final Vote Upon the Measure Was Tung and Yun-Nan. < f>
whisky within 'a few feet of the swamp near Kilburn Will Probably Be Elected
corpse which ,was scarcely cold. man had lain down to sleep for the President State Federation. 42 to 3t. A letter received here from Tlen.*
Washington March 18. 'After Pal CO miles from Kwang,Chou. says" : I'
had. tree after are turned prolonged
They committed securely fastening the
,. the crime and *
Macon March 17.-It Is very probable
'.flap", made "no, effort',to escape. of the bear about his own body. for that lIon. L. J. Kllburn of Macon debate the senate passed the all business is suspended there awing, "; '
to fear of the rebels.
.Ether.that or they had been BO hor During the night the river ; previous may be elected president of the ship subsidy bill the final vote' upon
Marshall Su Is at Lieu-Chou anli I
the measure being 42 to 31. Senators

rlfiod ial"tbelr about 10 feet and it Is
deed supposed\
that they had State
Federation of Labor at the
annual Allison and Dolllver of Iowa General Ma Is at Kao-Chou (both II( .,'
cigars ship ;
n' Bought: to:fInd forgetfulness In whisky waters rushed suddenly over the
convention held this In -
to.be year Spooner and Quarles of Wisconsin Kwang-Tung province). Both of the .
and dIstributed
and drank, until their benumbed facul. drowned him The bear had Savannah.Mr. .
Maine and Proctor and Dllllngham, of Vermont commanders are awaiting reinforce '
,Ilea refused' to respond to the' instinct Its life by climbing the tree
; Kllburn is one of the most popu "
merits. '
They wish to join other
of self-preservation. the negroes discovered It. The ship Republican, voted against the
lar and zealous labor men In Georgia, final but the rebels are holding all the In" .
: amount passage of the bill and Senator
Stover and Plrkla were brought at Three hundred dollars was and '
as president of the Central Labor
time McLaurin, of South (;Carolina voted tervenlng passes and prevent a Junc; '
,ouge to Gainesville by J. M. Green andw1 the man's pockets same union of Macon he has done much to tlon of the
for It. government troops. Many,
i1. L. flaking and are now confinedIn 4,829 cases make this union one of the most pros
of the imperial soldiers
!Senator: Clay figured successfully in are Joiningthe
jaiL Met Death While Stealing Rldo.Dalton. year and best In the state.
done perous a spirited debate and interesting colloquy rebels owing to the, superior pay ,
The prompt action ot Judge Eetea Ga., March 15.-Last The friends of Mr. Kilburn in the different offered them and the
amount to with Senator Hanna over the opportunity fop
;In ordering the men brought tiers as Charles Gamble a young man unions of the state are urging looting. .
shipping bill. The clash between thesenators
soon all be learned of the murder is years, was run over and killed or him for the presidency of the state The rebel leader Is Hung-MIng .
from Georgia: and Ohio was a
doubtless responsible for ,Western and Atlantic freight federation. It chosen he will
preventing president the feature of the day's proceedingsprior relative of the celebrated Hung-Sou-
the *administration of lynch law. near Grayesvllla Oa. Young ably and faithfully discharge the duties
*. to the vote on the bill. Chuen leader of the Tal-Hung rebel- '
The people) ,la 'the, vicinity of Flowery had been to Chattanooga in of the position.Mr. lion.

Branch which la near the scene of! the work, which he failed to find and Kilburn represents Bibb countyin NEGRO
River With
crime are worked up ,to a high pitch making his way home on No. the legislature and he is standing CROESUS WILL COME SOUTH. I

'of. excitement: and violence. seemed im freIght train. As the train Zero.' for re-election. Labor has never hada ,
Released from Jail, He Goes Home
Ed Dam.
minent. '" Jrayesvllle, Oamble discoveredrakeman more earnest advocate of Its interests and Shoots Her. Owner of the Famous Trotter Gives

The-body; of Mrs. Blake was beaten > coming along ,on the lost on the af In the legislature than Mr. Kll Opellka, Ala.. March 18.-Bud Pitts, Out His Itinerary. '

np horribly,.and from scratches on the ,and in trying to escape his view In the Ohio burn a negro, killed his wife here Monday Toledo 0., March 17.-George H.Ketebum .
+r' hands of the two men she met death lost his footing and fell from the afternoon by shooting her In the side. owner of Croesus the great

_ only after, resistance. which passed over Ills body hovering 75 feet SON KILLS HIS FATHER. They had had a quarrel a few days trotter. Is home from the west and has I

Stover and Plrkle had gone' to Flowery mangling the feet and 'legs. He before and she had him arrested. As given out his Itinerary for Croesus '
Branch #n' the morning'' and received a short time afterwards. Interfered When His Mother Waa Being soon as he got out he went home and campaign this coming season.

a'case of ;11 bottles of whisky. from was.ills: Whipped. shot her. He then shot at a negro The champion will make his first

4 They started for home In a wagon. Died From Eating Poisoned Albany, Ga., March -17.-Matthew boy In the yard and Bed to the woods. public appearance at Indianapolis on

The men drank heavily. On thee' way Atlanta March 17.-From Henry Lewis, a negro, was shot and almost The sheriff city officers and many Aug. 21, Aug.: 28. Dayton 0.; Sept. 4:

home they stopped at the house of meat which was infected with the Nor Instantly killed about 1:30: o'clock yes. negroes have been pursuing him but Albany, N. Y.; Sept. 11, Syracuse N.,

t" Mrs. Blake and entered, for what reason maine poison, Miss Sallle Miller Sullivan terday morning by his 15-year-old lion without avail so far. He was seen yes Y.; Sept. 25, Philadelphia; Oct. 2 and'

Is not known. They wire quarrelsome at No, 12" Factory street early Will Lewis. The killing occurred In terday morning near here and it Is 9>. open; Oct. 16, Memphis Tenn.; Oct:
and soon raised a row. day morning and the verdict was swim In the house on Broad street occupied by probable ha will be caught. S3, Birmingham Ala.; Oct. SO, Atlanta:
Mrs. Jack Evans the adopted daughter death was due to poisoning. No a the family. -- Ga.; Nov. 6, Montgomery, Ala.; Nov.

.-- ,' of Mrs. Blake, became frightened was attached' to the 1 butcher: who .the As Mc. Matt Lewis had been severely whip. CLAIM SHE GAVE WRONG AGE. 13. Mobile, Ala.; Nov 27 Havana.,

and ran, to the field to get her hUll: the poisoned meat. Eight people purse ping,his.wife, Anna, the boy's mother Cuba. At all of these places Croesus

band. When she returned with help poisoned at the same time and ac and when Will Lewis remonstrated his Mrs. Eugene B. Sullivan Now Sues will be paced by the runner, Mike, the

the dead body of' the aged: woman lay them-became desperately 111. Miss father assaulted him with a chair. The for $10,000 Damages. Tramp. Thus far Mr. Ketcham has

prostrate'on'the floor.: On either side er was the most violently ill, and .. boy seized a shotgun; and fired a load Memphis March 18.-Mrs. Eugene been unable to secure a race. ,
of her were th&mur
to move. They were tied hand and finally succumbed to tho effects of .-An wound producing almost Instant death. damages against the Ladies of the INSURGENTS CAPTURE; TOWN:

toot and Judge Estfis, of Gainesville, poison. Jackson The youthful patricide hurried for a Maccabees on account of a row which

Immediately telephoned. He at once a public physician and then surrendered him. resulted In her expulsion from the or Venezuelan Rebels' Masters of Island' ,

ordered the men brought to this place. Charter for New 011 Mill. that self to. Deputy Sheriff Godwin. of Margarita. '
: "In addition to the bruises found on throughout der.Its Port of Spain Island of Trinidad
I Union Point da.. March 18,-A origin was In the claim that she ,
the body the neck showed signs that tel" has been granted to the practi Savannah Will Get Marina Hospital. In her application,.had not given her ; March 18.-A force of Venezuelan In. '

'.,. death had been caused by choking County OH company of Union and the Washington March 17.-Savannah age properly. surgents supported'; by the revolution. '

,flngxr marks,, being plainly visible. EvL Ga., Capitalized at $25,000, with association will get, :her marine hospital. A bill ary steamer Bolivar, captured the

dances of another crime were, also apparent legs of Increasing to $50,000. have and quiet.at. appropriating $125.000 for the project Officers Capture Whisky Train. town of Juan Orlego, on the Island of

company will erect at once a passed the house Friday afternoon under Birmingham Ala? March 18.-Unitad Margarita yesterday morning, and ate
; Stover Is a man between 25 and 30, cotton seed oil mill. Orders for In con. the skillful guidance of Representative States Deputy Collector V. S. Root terwards moved on the town of Asun

Plrkle Is a box of about 18. Stover portion of machinery have proposi Adamson The; only doubt felt and Deputy Marshall O. B. Harris, of scion, capital of the island ,'

has a wife and family. been placed The following- for Its success was thereby removed. Huntsvllle have reported the capture The Venezuelan government troops .

were elected: R. F. Bryan, The senate will have to pass the bill, of a "whisky train" near Bllllnger'a were defeated and there was every

., Headache Powder Contained Poison. and treasurer; J. W. Griffin vice but there la no doubt on this point as Mill, in Madison county. A heavy wag. Indication that the Insurgents would

?.. Grand Rapids, Mich., March 14.- dent and manager. ; O. A. Moore, 17.-Tho Senator. Clay has already put a bill on four mules and two barrels of soon be masters of the whole island

Sheriff Chapman has received word Intendent. was un through unanimously for this project whisky were captured and carried to

<\..< from Toledo that a young woman Building and the house bill is practically the Huntsville. J. B. Bynum and N. R. ALBANIANS RUN RIOT. ;

I >:named Brown at Miller City, 0., died Despondent Engineer Suicides. his clerks same as the one he got through. It is Bradford were arrested. It Is said that

under. almost the same circumstancesas Macon March J8.-News plans and only a question of a short time when Illicit whisky has been spirited Into Band of 200 Attack Flllata-Several

Mrs. Klump at Lowell. She wall from New Decatur Ala., 13 permits the bill goes to the president for ap-. Huntsville for some time from nearby I Men Killed. i

driving In Lelpslc. 0., when what pur was to the effect that Mr. Charles of 48 proval. moonshine districts and the officers Constantinople. March 18.-A band' ",

M ported to be a sample headache powder Woodruff,formerly of Macon, but of the are making a determined effort to of 200 Albanians recently attacked the

was thrown Into the carriage. She recently' a railroad engineer applicants Casa'Goes Over to May Term. break it up. town of Flllata. Several men were

toolc the powder a few days later and between> Birmingham and district, Savannah, da.. March 17.-This I killed or wounded on both sides. The, ;i

... died with all the symptoms of stsych- had killed himself in a fit of owning morning In the United States district Small Strike In Decatur Ala. reinforcements of troops sent to Fllla-,

i,,1rh': nine poisoning. The sheriff will send deny because his eyes were & section court the Greene and Gaynor case Decatur Ala.. March, .-Refusal of j ta from Ylana developed signs of In

{ I an officer to Savannah N. Y., to makean and he could no longer stick to went over nntil the May term of court the company to grant a raise of 15 subordination owing to, their pay being -, ,.' '

Investigation of the alleged product engine. He has two sisters because of the absence In Quebec of cents a day caused a small strike in arrears.

1 c of tho manufacturing chemist. tare. They formerly came from Murder. B. D. Greene and John F. Gaynor. The among the machinists at the Louisville No Christians pa tlclpated In the.'

IIn. The remains were Interred at Albert Ed two Gaynorsj here ware complimentedby and .Nashville shops Saturday, j outbreak. ,
Barn Burners Get Long Sentences. Decatur. 30, years the judge upon the faithfulness The men were getting $2.70 a day and ...:.--

n, Raleigh March IT.-Lavlnia Fuller > last night with which they have appeared for claim that they can get $2. i8 In other I WEAVING WEB ABOUT WILCOX.)

and her son. Van Fuller have been put 'No Strike [In Augusta. ", This even trial and were permitted to go on the towns. The strike was not general.) ,

,* In the penitentiary here the former to Augusta, Ga., March 17.*-In view shot with ne bonds as they now stand. They left I Facts In Trial of Miss Cropsey's Alleged .',

..g't serve SO years and the latter 20 years recent rumors which have been at once for New York. Sues for Less of Arm. Slayer.}
for burning barns In Orange county. lated stating that operatives In' the fled were Russellvllle Ala.. March 17.-James Elizabeth City N. C.. March 17.-' 4.

They are negroes and the motive for ton mills Of this city would declare across ,. Matthews' Body Found. S. Strange has died silt| against the Coroner Fearing' Saturday continuedhis
c, their*crimes was revenge. strike today, for the 'reason 'that a that was Griffin, Ga.. March 17.-The body of Slosa.Sheffield Steel and Iron companyfor testimony In the casa of James,
quested Increase in wages bad I 1 Engineer Matthews, who was killed In $999 damages for the loss of his Wilcox charged with the murder of ;

Matron and Maid of Honor. refused, the textile workers ot the Southern railway wreck at Couch arm. which It Is alleged, was crushed Miss Ella Cropsey. He expressed the

*, Chattanooga, March 17.-Miss Sarah city: issued a statement declaring Men. Mill' creek on Thursday night, Feb. off by a Northern Alabama car manipulated opinion that the blow on the' bend,

Frailer *sponsor for' Tennessee at the the mill operatives In the Augusta 19.-The 17, was recovered Saturday. The by one of the defendantcompany's caused concussion of the brain and,

Dallas confederate reunion, has appointed rlct have, not; at any time In the met In brave man stuck to his post of dutyon employes. death.
Miss Grace Heiskell, daughter cent past resolved to strike. yesterday that fateful' night for when discovered I Dr. J. E. Wood, Miss Cropsey's physician '

of 'Judge Heiskell.,of Memphis, as : A large his body was pinioned agains' New Bank For Greenville was the next witness He told' .

chief maid of honor -and Mrs. Sam. Dropped Dead After HI. Run. I could not the throttle of his engine, and hit Columbia. 8. C., March 17.-Tha secretary of the autopsy and said no photograph.

uel McKlnney of Knoxville, as matron New York March 17.-George I floods last thoughts must have been for the of state has Issued a commission or token of friendship was found. Wit-'

.f honor. ranTassell, one of the oldest en I, did safety of the passengers entrusted to to the Greenville Banking company cox claimed that he returned MissCropsey's y

In the service of the New York discussed his care. of Greenville, which proposes to picture on the night of her

; A Life Saving Crew Drowned. tral road, brought the Empire ,; do a general banking business on a disappearance.New .
Chatham. Maas.i !March 17.-Captain express tnta the Grand Central from Mistrial' In Case of Avant. capital stock of 18000. The corpo I

Eldredge!: of Monomoey life saving stations and on his ,way to his home Savannah March .-After being rators are J. W McLean and W. F. President for Converse College
," his who startedto Henderson. I Spartanburg S. C.. larch 18.-Rev. :
and Ave of crew
ead. Ha had held the throttle for out for 10 hours the jury In the' casa
the relief of a distressed barge were I Robert P. Pell president of the Probyterlan t
years. .. against T. L. Avant the street car motorman -
drowned by the capsizing: of their lifeboat Forfeited Bond of 5000. I ISt college for women at Colum- ,
., ser was relieved Saturday night.A .
7 today. Only Surfman Ellis of $60,000 FIre at New Orleans. mistrial of the case was declared.Ten Louis,,March, 18.-John ,1C. Mur. bra S. C.. has been elected president I

a seven men who started escaped.! New Orleans, March 18.-Flra Winter of the Jury were for acquittal and fell member of the house of delegates of Converse college to succeed B. W.t ,

day practically wiped out the at Drexel two were for conviction. The charge indicted for bribery in connection Wilson. I

; Bodies of Nineteen Recovered. ot thor New Orleans' Cotton Seed changed against Avant wall involuntary man. with the suburban franchise deal, Dust Explosion In Mine. ;' Ott

Vlcksburg. Miss.., March ,15.-The and Manufacturing company. The ) has slaughter. His car ran over the 6-year- failed to appear ,when his case was Fairmont W. Va., March 17.-An ex .
bodies of 19 of ,the 2q victims of the called In the circuit court today and
lof the Illinois Central loaded with at Mon- old son of B. M Baker last August plosion ofsmlna dust In the new Central _
Providence disaster have been his bond of $5,000 waa declared for
steamer also destroyed
ind oil cake were presiden mines occurred this morning./ All '
+ recovered from the waters of Lake $80OpO.!>() I Corbett Acquitted of Murder. feited. the miners escaped without Injury or' r
Palmyra. The body missing Is that of Ga. March 17. James
Valdosta. loss of Ufa. The property loss was
v Dr. N, A. Lancaster. Burglary at Waycross. Corbett charged with the murder of Sultan Ahmed Dep.sed. light J M

ii .t'aycross, Ga., March 15.- 18.-Tha George B. Carter, baa been acquitted Tripoli Africa March 17.-As a result

Boat Capsized) Boys ,Drowned. room at Phenlx hotel occupied by In spe In Echols county superior court :The of the revolution In Wadal which Southern Poetmastara. w l

4 Raleigh. March ns.-Four boys two B. Pierce, conductor of the Plant ( true bill killing occurred In December 1900. wall followed by fierce fighting the Washington March .-The senate '
named Underwood one Holes and 011,. Sultan Ahmed baa been deposed and has confirmed the following nominations .
tern, was 'entered %">y a burglar him Corbett evaded arrest at the time ant
r' Ballard', were In a boat on a pond In yesterday morning! and Mr. Pierce his wife was at liberty until about three Mohammed Dudu son of the former l J'oatmaate.-Vlrl(1nla. R. Rosa '
Cumberland They "rocked", sultan Jusef, has been proclaimed sultan Ablngdon; S. H. Hoga. Roanoka; C.' P. -
6/ county. [: now minus a gold watch and $15 I: The trial months ago, when Ha surrendered ta '
the boat l In sport. It: capsized and tbaUnderwoods I money. : the sheriff. A In his stead. Nalr, Clifton Forga. ::'" +

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r1 j '' KNIGHTS OF MALTA. --_" " " 1"" " " " '" " " _- .-

I .I:, ,.'I,' : i ;.. .W fi" !" ,:,:' t"t"o J \! TH B< vns a.pr..JOM.>. .Commander.-Xoaa. Link-let.Geerso :E JUST" TO T SEE a whether Crown) you at all will, we wear aro7-Ar.:::':* Prospectors :'

I'' I ,Few members of the Knights or E going to cut tbo price f2
worked harder i'or the
?"ia: !The exhibit of membership at latest Malta Lave the E of Gold Crowns ('n two. :25H ;: and
t ,'c,' I report: Is as gratifying as was the rec- benefit pf iriVESTOffS
flnd'oupW1iat kind of Dental work like beat. 55
lodge than the : We want to you
: bro for the previous month-uppllca
"i" ; livens received from grand council Jurladlctlona supreme com E Our crowns are ftfl:.. 'ood as CAn be made-we guarantee them. =3Sas Will find THE TKOpICL SUN M

,i II" tlll't:< '.' '' 2,423; from councils under mander of the rr. : We cannot afford to continue this out for more than two weeks -tag:: loaded to the muzzle'.every week .

_ ;: ) ,if," ;. ,supreme council 110, making a total Stevens order George Jones E Make your appointment Dr. MIIXER. 1 with Just tie Information they want.
it f, .: fit 2,042 eclipsing the record Of allprevious
"j / lye ," of Pennsylva ; == Try it and be convinced.
{ Novembers; total membership Office R Doors Sooth at Datura, on Numinous 5::::?

,I.\ : ,fi,. ," 228,071.! The state of Washing nla. Hultn Wherever standard t !?J 11J111111C Subscription l rlce-1 yean $2; Six Month, $1 TlireoMonths: 50ct)
the '
I \X111 v'i 1 t;:,',:t.\ ton, with OSS members, and the provo has been { ; IIUINII1111JIIIIIJIlII111U11/NIIIJIIJIIIIIJIIJIUIUIIIlIJI1 1 1 1 1 ' .. ;. ,

luce of Quebec with 038 members areapproaching -- -r'
: s, ,:,: :' the period for the instltu planted his personality ; I OOl 'Cni'fi'fii Iiam'8ti11 making and repairing, '}
is being
# lion of grand councils. Now York lends ti FiMtoryOlflOlT You
\'0:"'" In the number of applications, 011. felt, and in a. 41 encl 11 ome .* MANON'S.GTJAVA' : II n U., wWtlinyMt.Ollloo LCOI rUI&IJl shining, dyeing? and whitening:,

,';' 1'.J' ', h" ail.Pennsylvania Massachusetts Is a good takes second third,place with. great energetic UNlI1.urelhIa o. I. JONES Vati<* ofOlanou'a ii J JELLYCANDY room. 41 and:* W.SaICR-JBajht SHOES at the BUCKEYEGenuine '' SHOP

/ .
stlnmlatlng Influences are responsible > nttkMoiivlllo.llranch -
'. With: 23S; Illinois fourth place, with work the steady growth In G iiitvu "Htorra' nil. Aorcii.cfon English Pipe Clay used on White Duck and Canvas ','
'(' ': <' 214; New Jersey: fifth place with 18J; for everywhere manifest The Jelly I In,aIL Town. on KUBIConati. a4tf' W eetPnnit If.Box rl4-8 JOHN'F., ROSS, jt
membership : _
,,9/ t .1'-, Missouri sixth!: place with 103, andl'
commanderMolned the order :: rnsa-
\ seventh with 101. supreme rCI.TY'MEAT '
f. Michigan place -- -
and\since his
several ago
.' Largo additions to the order are has;years been one of Its strongest -------------.------------. MARKET

l,1 1 It(I reported in Richmond Va., and ,vicinity. Ills work baa been most .
):,J McCarthy: council has been'espe champions.satisfactory: and ,pleasing to members CRAYONS. 0- WATER COLOKS.RICHflRO Florida and Western Meats, J'o Ur1. Game and Eggs.
active in securing new mem-
daily: i '
\ # tors.Everybody. of the Knights of Malta throughoutthe Mall Orders Receive! Careful i Attention .- "' .,,.

admits the possibility off Raymond country.; : Du :Puy commandcry of E. RE 'LERi' ; ,.W9M Jefferson: :Block, WEST PALM. '' :BEACH.flappy .
;f on order built on the lines of the Royal Philadelphia realized $100 from Its
r x- 1
J Arcanum eventually coming to an end, benefit entertainment.The ..

'.,,," days: the Bloomington (III.\) Bulletin, year 1002 will be known to the Photograpbef.CLEMATIS : '
I/o 1, but the consensus of opinion of trained anno ordlnls, yearof ,
order of Malta all : jf Jlorne '.1
I, actuaries, backed by statistics, all tend the order, 854. The date Is taken i' AVENUE .. ,
:'i I 'j' to emphasize the fact that under ordinary from the establishment of the hospital .. ;" fit
conditions an organization managed : 1048. Opposite Masonic Temple. .
U. .
in A.
Jerusalem .
r at ( ------- .. --.
'i i as intelligently as the Royal Ar The organization several new encampments If you use
: '*' f f' canum during Us twenty-four years of Is well,under way In New West Palm Beach Fla. $

,j h' ,' y. existence- Is likely: to go on lodelloltell.I"f' Jersey and It )in hcjie.l they will nil bo s T. HND e. |_

.".' '. Instituted early; Jn February. .-----:--------. --. The Famous $ '.
ODD FELLOWS. Anthracite romiuiundery of Scranton

G has published its degree schedule for :PAINT I
Tk. Proposed Sanitarium .t HotftprlnscM each convocationof .fr:
ilA, I i C -Trlpl. Link Note. 1002, fixing weak for bave .TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTA .. ..e.ie
the entire year. Two nights ... .
The question of establishing an Odd been sot aside as book nights when .----.....-----

",;'I,;i', Ark.Fellows', Is being sanitarium. discussed at Hot by some Springs.of books the members to the coinmmndery are requested library.to donate !! \ Full LineAlways We :have just received a big lot. Buying

.i. our members\ and we find In Tbe Fra Much enthusiastic work is being m P.f1)'rte\\\' (\ in such large quantities; enables us to ge

4 ternal Medical Examiner the following done all over the order in Pennsylvania. /\\ ,. d" the lowest prices, and to secure cheaper
"The founding of such a dispensary 1
.,! :: of healing and mercy would bean I and a large growth is confidently of freights, .and > places us in a position to ,
Ithe curly part
accomplishment most honorable to the expected new year.during in Stock give our patrons BOOK BOTTOM PRICE: 4
a fraternal and nhllanthroulc society. .5
A sanitarium would be the crown oft If you once: use.it you will have no other Come in and'get familiar ,with ,oar'"
beneficiary system like that which has MASONIC. PAINT DEPARTMENT. 1t

; already: made the Order ofOdd Fel Tk Trl.BiilI In 1OO4 .t !San! Fran. f W. P. HATCHET ''
::; lows a blessed Instrument in promoting .1.,0-I.04Ie N40tea. Spring and Summer 'l Goods j '.
." comfort and happiness." San Francisco will be-the Mecca of JEFFERSON BLOCK HardwareJ.B.ICGINLEY&CO. *'
The grand lodge of Indiana, as an

l ':,,. appreciation of-the able and valuable the that mightiest has made Templar pilgrimage host/ since in 1904 the Recently Secured in New York ." 6ft.
services of Grand Secretary Leedy
Q days of the crusades. Distance 'bas
l ordered that a handsome past grandmaster's
I. reduced to less than seventy

I : with suitable jewel engraving should and be presentedto prepared, hours' pleasurable ride from Chicago, I We Invite Ladies to Calland .

.r him., and as for expense: : wait until announcement y ,
shall be made by the willing
R The grand total of initiations Into and obliging transportation committee .. Strictly First-Class ..
the order for the 1001 reached Examine
:year our "
of general railway; passenger '
t the very large number of 173.B2& I agents. The niters of California: will Lately Purchased Stock House-Furnishings ,
What an army of workers added to the :
mike the burden light and the enjoy. '
already great body whose mission la The triennial of 1004 will yn';
ment grcnt. Draperies Window Shades- ;
;' to givecomfort and blessing to the :;
be l a revelation to the "stranger within -

;, world True 1 Odd Fellowship lessens selfishness speedily our gates"feels the fitranger pulse' of only our until wholesome ha Remember, We are Leaders in.your Line. .. Wall Papers, :" :/: '.''''"(''''11/II"/ >':"''> '-

',p' his in sympathy a man's: and conduct love for and his broadens fellow i whole state manner will of bid entertaining.you welcome The and ... A. 'S.. BOTSFORD & CO. Wickers, Japanese:" .

man.i make stay pleasant -Trestle
In the city of Nome. Alaska, an Odd Board. and Enamel Goods

i ., Fellows' club of sixty: members holds Tbe Masons of Freeport,, 111., will .& AAA .4 &&&&A&& &&AA kAAAAA*

I I: 'weekly: meetings at which benefits are build a temple at a cost of $30,000 to Freight Prepaid Anywhere In 'D de County

'! voted to needy brothers, whether members be. devoted solely'to Masonic uses. *............."..""
of the club\ or not. A small teeIt : For .Sale Cheap
The grand lodge of Arizona has a j '1'hlil ClieU im Oood KorracerlM ,,. Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH
.' Is charged and regular dues of $1 a ,
f grand Bible bearer. ._
month. There is no lodge there but .2 J ..d I roc_ : fat erGRAFTED
'. President William R. Harper of the : 'i dO.: One House-Boat,
this voluntary organization will fill the
III 1o Pa tout. .
of Chicago received the "
University /
.. place until one Is established. C ,
Master Mason's degree recently. : oS Q ; : suitable housekeeping -
i 4' More than dne-third of all the moneys Masonic symbolisms stand Inviolable "e. :. BUDDED Mangoes.
r received from dues, initiations .degiees s
.i'. is a medium of inculcating great foundation : C : ing, partly furnished.
rents and all other ii I
sources '
principles of morality and vir- Largest Collection of Crotona in the United States. Palms Pbjllan-
paid out in charity: by the order. 3 J : Also some second-hand All
i ., : t.buI.eto pot. grown. Full Line of Citrus Stock.
1 More attention la being paid this tue.From Cw .
Missouri grand lodge sprang """J. 11..3 grown on High Spruce Pine Land. Address .
,t Inter than for some ;years past to organized Cots Bedding and Cook
; \ ", degree team work, and In all 1843 Masonry and Kansas In: Iowa In In 1804.1840, Wisconsin : 't ?p.J nM3 fir pee .: JOHN B. BEACH West Palm Beach,Fla. ,
I lodges where the initiatory and other : =!! : ing Utensils.
degree work Is rendered by a competent In California an applicant who hat : apt ',03 "e"1S" + sslsol. IP.9 (

t degree staff there Is no lack of I lost the tint finger of his rlgbt band Is I...................... Snell Co.
Trading okoatokostoatokoKOKotROKOIROKoK)
Ineligible. 0 KGKO.to.toeto.toKoKOftoKoKo.
candidates or any complaint of the '
,r k' luck of prosperity. Governor Dockery took an active -- -- 0i
Pennsylvania 'lodge celebrated its part In the recent annual communion- Place "
eightieth anniversary recently. This lethe Jon of the grand lodge of Missouri. *{ o.to.tokoKo.toKoetprotlto.totROetoR,11o7soltolloito7tolso7eoteolsotto 0 i .your i..

J oldest lodg. In the jurisdiction of lie is a past grand master.It %o Ya ':
Pennsylvania having been organisedet < is announced that the cornerstone Iiifc Insurance I
Second and Dock streets Dec. 26, of the Georgia Masonic home will be G. .G. Strohm Company :J! "
+ 18 1.I laid within twelve months. o '
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F. A. Rawson Is grand high priest of ,
New Hampshire and Frank D. Woodbury .o! WIZ:: : : "I'am: : 5X '
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:1 IiDWORhhEN grand secretary.; FAMILY GROCERIES io ,. 'I
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1I D. D. has been '
Rev Henry S. Gets ;
1 appointed as one of the grand chaplains a o 'Mutual l Life ;
of the grand lodge of Pennsylvania. Fancy hood Products a K o o
fast Grand Master Workman Samuel 5 .
Thin Is his thirty:third consecu .
.r S. Blitz of Kentucky has won ex.-: : a o
crptloual honor lu his profession. Fof tive appointment and Is the longest period 0 IfIf of heat Y'Otrk. .1 .; ,r
that any one baa held that office 0'Y a o
some time he baa been commonwealth: In Pennsylvania. Grain and Provisions. .0 .i,' .
attorney and on retiring from the ofT ? ,'
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Dee received from Judge Baker before .- 5X ,1\<" .
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Tied Cross o( Coastaatlu.Wherever JEFFERSON BLOCK
whose court he of the
practiced one '. ,
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moat complimentary and appreciative the order of Knights of 0 Ito 1. :It could buy out other -f fi
,'"> : the Red Cross of Constantine has been 0 any company -Ji
( recognitions of bU service ever bestowed ttIf
I upon a ;young lawyer. established the blue lodge bus been West Palm Beach, Florida.t ,Y i and have many million dollars left.
tteneflted. The order being military as --1-19" o
A new lodge was Instituted at Kirk- ; O : II
7, wood Mo., recently by Deputy Grand) well as Masonic; attracts and interests nkol.o5foaoitoStolfolf oAolsotsol.olf o7soleotloioosorto o7.o9sol.olso7lo z 2. It is the oldest, the largest, and the X o .
Mauler Workman Fred O. Erbe, with the better elements of Masonry.: o
t sixteen members on the charter 'list. The minimum fee for tbo three orders z strongest company in America. X o
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(:rand Recorder Henry W. Meyer wee
i;\\1 t p.-fscDt and assisted In tbe ceremonies Is nbout $20. The uniform, Including o 3.It has paid as much in dividends to x .

lit t t and also delivered an Interesting address sword belt 'cape hat gloves flEIM. W. .DWELL, M. D., Pbyalclan' and Surgeon teo to policy holders other o
'!\f 1't to the new lodge Instructing and leggings' costs f3S: making the total = Ir'et..rtcJ' PharuiaclHt,office In Urn Store. *o as any two X o

1 them how to conduct the work. cost for membership and uniform companies. xS.

,:, .' During the month of November the Ten 3 COTTAGE CITY PHARMACY ? tttt X
or more !Master !Masons In good tttt Its o
KatiKnn rates
I ", jurisdiction organized ten new premium are. less, audits ,
:' ti Judges of the Degree of Honor. standing may form a conclave and ask = IIEIBI & UltOADAVELt
"{ for a dispensation from the sovereign -guarantees in cash and loans .and 5X
fJ The order In Pennsylvania reports .a Proprietor. 5X
grand master and work U. D. until a
.' h.ft gross gain of 413 members for the put 3 other values, larger than anyiother .
I charter In granted by the sovereign .
{ "' two months; total membership In the
',, ". Jurisdiction. 10,500. grand council. o rival company. off

St. Louis lodges report a wonderful Dealers in Reliable Medicines and Gke CaIt 5 ''
yf, ., Interest In the order and predict the : I .
growth this winter will beat all previous I\FAATfJUlALFraternal o 1
1 records. A FULL LINK OF-, o Insist upon seeing our plans ,before o

1 Quaker City lodge of Philadelphia SC.u.lANY) Perfumes. :... Rubber Goods, tto elsewhere. X o
? insuring We will
p has lost ttlrty-one members by death do better 5 ; ,
tlio past year and paid out $62OOO la beneficial societies: which : Toilet Articles, Cigars and by X ,'
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benefits. not very many years ago were almost ,'I and Stationery. Tobacco. tei o I
an unknown quantity have with giant : X I IK

+h Woodmen of th. Wvrld. strides caught up with the times until ,- 2-Itt PALMS' BLOCK:, WEST PALM DEACU.RTnyyyf ". CECIL WILCOX, Gen'l Agt. X o

In This Missouri.order Is Indications making great point progress to a sentials now they of have our civilization.become one of'the es'I''I'. .. yyInyyTV'I..9.y.Y..T.T.T.Y..,.., T ..,..,..,.., o o" Jacksonville. o (',. :' ,'. \I ;.

4 splendid Increase. The Foresters of America Is said '. Ifo J. W. CONNER Agent. JfX Jfz -.. '
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In the Pacific coast states the order be the strongest secret order In San _,IfIf '
In very strong and the Institution of I. Francisco. \ o ';"I' I!

f, new lodges almost weekly; show how The Order of the Scottish Clans was SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SUN o o O O 01ll0 O o 0 11 0/11: 0ltpig01t0110110110110110110ttpie0itc ,', ,.;
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: I REPUBLICAN SHANK this thin disturb the harmony of all,, TRUSTS AND THE LAW OHIO COTTAGE.

juxtinrnl Iji'twcon! hH'uIIlrlc, which 1 1nn Is Ptmtm That Abide In iie President

import) ,nit ehnrnct'r1,4tk' / t! : of the tal"lIT and Isis. Attorney O."e".'. The Ohio Cottage ia the name

?\ Kind of Reciprocity That law, ana will iherefmc Inlroduc Judge Owen 1'. Thompson of Jacksonville of a Urt class boarding bouse( \ conducted '

Isn't Reciprocal. such Inequalities as to unfavorably rit. 111., In his Jackson day address by Mrs :Nina Crpagrove( and

feet nil business" to the Democratic organizations: of Chi. Mias MinnieGibson, corner of Folne'tta r

Senator ElKliis. of West Virginia doclnred ,-' cago took the ground that trust organizations and Fern Str@ets.. / Boardingcan ( and INVESTORS

:.Ul'rY PLEDGJBa : "I shall fight these treaties to lire in restraint of trade and bo had by the week or meal,
JUKE: PIE OEtfST.i the bitter end. They are wrong I Ipi'luclplo In that they come within the common law at reasonable rates '.Will find THE TROPICL SUN ,

.. and ruinous In practice The .
and federal
may be prevented by courtinjunetiou loaded to the muzzle week "
1t1 i Finnic In: tb. nepubllcan platform Republican party made a mistake i In from operating to tbe injury every 'y
suggesting reciprocity In its platform of the community. Goll with Just the information they want. $

That 8..knOWD Udur the and In enacting a reciprocity taw" In advocating this remedy for the Try it and be convinced ,

weight of SvooialO fJiUw"'r: After a favorable report by the senate trust evil Judge Thompson Justly pro At Camden, Pinehurst, Old

al4e..t MOfiinlay'a ite/u .oolt" committee on foreign, relation tested that It was no part of tbo Democratic Point Comfort and Virginia Beach. j

: _..' .* ..r Quit In DUjfnat. Senator Aldrich of Rhode Island, nux creed to oppose honest eToils( Double daily service via the Sea Subscription Price-1 year, $2 ; Six Mouths, $1 ; Three Months, SOcts.

jho .!ilatloua ii)) ttppubllcan platform of lous ed that for his novelty constituents", uiov of Individuals or corporations In the accumulation board Air Line Railway .
the mutter be referred to the or enjoyment of wealth, -

( declared, aa follow regarding reelUrv finance committee; and, although 1VHKnsson '. but where the truth is plain that a "" +
secured an extension of time trust organization operates to destroy For Sale ..
w24; i" and reciprocity are ,twin for ratification to save some of the competition to control by monopoly of Cheap. +

'ID 1J"w.."*" sis! !)lloan Policy "p1: go treaties from defeat, they weep; never certain lines of Industry the output and Forty-live. acres Pineapple and i

band: In b nd'-f>nnoci'0tlo rulo bug allowed to come to a vote. and periahei price of products the remedy should Garden Land, $10' and |15 per

hcldosa1 struck down both, and bothProtection before they were born. The snnato be rigidly applied. That the case comes aore. $350 for the 45 acres. One
adjourned. and Mr. KasHon resigned indisgust. within the jurisdiction of the federal!
must bt '!d. for thousand Banana Plants $3
Reciprocity Is defined in the courts be per
has not the faintest doubt
What we ,produce; free admission for Standard dictionary as-"mutual equal News 100, or 60 cents per dozen. Twenty ,
reports covering the effect
tUo necessaries of ll.c. which we do notproiJucft Ity of rights ,and ben8 ts." in modern by Judge Thompson's address produced ( ; I colonies of Bees for $65, 93.60'

; reciprocal a I'eemohtl of wu.timi Journalism It Is frequently styled. "II state that, tbough the speaker did not each. Horse and wagon 9115*

Interest Avnloli gnln open mnjhtiu, sickly Republican twin." mention President Roosevelt's name Address H. C. OLSEN,
for na in return for our open market totbers. The foregoing facts constitute the
the Inference was plain that he bellev Stuart, Dade County Pla.:
Protection 1 builds> ', best evidence .
up.-domestic of the Insincerity of Republican ed a word from tbo president to the attorney
Industry! and teudon&, eecm'cs oil* declarations regarding so general of the United States

ovfn market tor ourselves. ,Reciprocity called reciprocity. The arguments, sufficient to force the trusts back to FURNISHED ROOMS in a most dealrablo 1 a t 4l "; )' .

bands up forelgn'trode.pnd/; finds an against the treaties were fallaeloui\ lawful business. location. Enquire TROPICAL

outlet for our surplus. excuses. The only "dissimilar find nan This same belief In the! federal powerto SUN office.lwloaroe <. It took 25 years to find out that type-

;, ,.' ItLfJfrM'guaneo of tills plank In the 'competing products" use the 'ox.preselOU regulate: the trusts is held by the writers were built upside down.
1, plfUJBg; { section 4 of the Dlngloy act oC189flPj of the Home Market club-lq! people of the several I northwesternstates !

>ui>tly na en antidote to Its! high whlcb we can trade are raw material! now opposing the movement fora Dorsey's Shaving Parlor The'Yisibfe' /rifinq

protective features and partly us an effort front the tropics as coffee, chocolnte consolidation! of the great railway

tq keep the party true to Its tea and spices. The tropics include systems of the northwest, says the St. Banyan fit,, near Olive '

,I' II, gave to the president of the,, the West Indies Mexico Central Louis Republic. Resolute and aggress Coop.r''s Old Stand LIVERTYPEWRITER ;

fed. States, by and with the advice America and South America as .fat Blvo action by the attorney general l cf BEST SERVICE and .

ansent ,of lithO senate, ,within the south as Rio Janeiro! Malaysia, southern the United States, It Is felt would effectually PROMPT ATTENTION '

P >ru3d of'two years. after the passageof India nndjccntrnl Africa. These prevent n consolidation Which n.1.J tfBuck :

the pit! authority to enter Into commercial countries are l and always will be In; contemplates tho carrying monopoly of .-

treaties! with foreign countries dustrlally and commercially the poor a groat Held, to the sore Injury of legitimate Head Oyster Saloon is built right side up where the work ia in sight. ('
by' our:duties might be reduced est. The people from whom we el'lveour ( trade
a,a Much as 20 per cent and certain nut. origin, tho nations which furnish Judge deserve It is a light, compact, simply constructed andc:1eaned
Thompson's views to durable
scorn OYSTERS, FRUITS, VEGETABLES machine-easily lenrnecl, operated
AI6 ural products not of this country (might os the finest examples of art and IIcl. the earnest attention of the ; aligns perfectly and needs least repairs.
,Jbo (lut'upon the tree list in return for ence, he lands which give us the greatest TOBACCO: ..
American people. This will certain! Writ for oatalotru" anil not Bam. of nMumll r"preM .tau.*
vat rupeusatlng 'reductions allowed to incenttat) to Industry and luveutlvi be extended. Whether or not the notional Florida Curios a Specialty ,, and beautiful celluloid blotter. Jutmt In nil leading altl_
&S try, achievements and! where our mercblJ.nteturn administration will THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CON.B.Car.WaehlugtonandDe.rborabte. ..

l' 'ek:, this flection President UcICIn- to sefk in friendly commercial In. consider his arguments is another Hprlnnnl.queer. 314-1 m Banyan Street, near Olive ., Chicago.

,pointed Hon. John A. Kaason, terconrse the accumulation of bones\ tlon. Great things were expected of

'' previously;committee,on had theway acquired* conIHhTerable and. to wealth be closed, are to still traders by Republican sailing under tariffs the( turn President stand Roosevelt against\ the'trusts In the way, but of hht al I BUILD HOUSES ,. GUY; I. Metcalf, Agent, West Palm Beach

experience with tariff' schedules. stars and stripes. How many of our disappointing treatment of this (Issue .
., lIe' at. once act about his funk machines can the tropics take? HoW in his message to congress has mater)

and in a short time 'bad succeeded infprnmlatlngi many shiploads of breudstuffs.-the imports ally lessened such expectation. One'

: treaties with France, the of an active metropolis, can we/ assuring result of the popular study ofl> | G. A. KBNZE TIME TABLE I

.'Argentine Republic, Danish West In. send to tile-Indolent natives basking In the trust system l Is reasonably certain' II I
dies and! British West .iodles. The the meridian beat of perpetual summer liowever. "Tbe Contractor and :Builder
people are educating
i)wo first named were the most important. ? Yet the fruit growers of Calfornlu hemselves: to a clear understanding oft Specifications on Application LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE 'RAIL lOAD
France" beg to be saved from
agreed to, make an average competition the Isfiiio. They will be able to pnsqan -
reduction of about 80 per cent on with even them. Intelligent judgment on the admin P. O. Box 854 WEST PALM BEACH Pen.anola, New Orleane and Mobile J JNo.6 '

; ..about 000 articles. We agreed to make Mr. Knsson. a letter to the BostonMerchants' Istratlon and 3-r-am
} the party which favors No.4 No. 2 No.8 No.1 No.5
an reduction of 0.8 association, said "Ilmtend J
average cent
per time; trusts at their '" '"
The err
(' on about 200 articles, France, although of contenting ourselves with the unrbarlan !- expense. .AW_ AA A1AUALAAAA "Tiliiijp;; ;; : :i'i 05 p I Leave........ Punecrola..Arelve. IS -0'' ; 4 iiiP e ('iij; i.
upon which that Judgment will /: II ell a II/: p 1 Ol: .................... .lornft.on..Le..Vl' !2 85 e II 3U P 7l/\: / P I
a protective country, bad a tariff fur position supplying raw mate be based Is now being competently e 11110 a 411I': II l'i1S a .. .. ..... l\Iublle....................... 111 80 p 1:1: 15 I' a OU p
lower than outs yet she allowed us iluls to a refined chlllziitlon.: we will gathered and weighed by the people. I. C. G. von SCHOELER ......... C. S 251 I) 7 1I0 a .., .,.,.......,New IJrIL"" ..................... 00 p 7 :2) R ...... ...... 'J 1

substantial\ ndvautugoa.. while we, havIng take our rightful attitude before I. Pensacola., St. Louis, Clou"all and Loub.vllie. ., .

'an exaggerated protective tariff, France and. the world of exchanging For I Watchmaker INo.
Publicity the Trait
: .>> No. 4 lB.! 1 No. 8
only made alight reductions on a few with her all the products of an ad1vnnced In tile figures now presented by the -.- 4, l

schedules. The most Important concession civilization." The annual Imports New York Journal of Commerce UIO pl11 liB P L.ov......................... '.. ... ........................... 4 00 p II ((10 l "
show 1= and Jeweler. 615 Arrive. .. ... .. Leave 11 16e 0 A5 6.
p Montgomery.
'! was on cotton knit goods. to France amounted to $117.000- Ing the total capitalization: of all Im, 11151) : g g a ... ::::::::::::::.::"Birminghem: .. :::: :::: ..:. B HH e 4. 1)5 & ,,' r

Web were! reduced from 64. to OlVj 000 of manufactured goods, of which dustrlal consolidations In the United I 2 110.. SlO a..... ..............................1.inchvilla..a............... ............ 0 111 p II 4-/\/ a ,
cent. Imitation furnished only 4000000. We turnfrom i: ARTISTICENGRAVER 7 20a 11 Isle a '........,. .., .....,.... ..'lm'hu..U. ... ............ ...... II 110 I' 11 la; p .t s
per Chenp Jewelrywaa States to approximate JO.SOO.OOO.OOp''! 720a 1 no/ p. /It. Lonl ... ... .. ....' ..... .. 4 1 5 II1/ /\ .f tJPensacola
.4 reduced B or 10 per Cent, French the friendly hand of Invitation to there Is found additional' reason for in, : on and .kMou.llle. : t'No.
silk admitted at.68 share in this wealth of and ..
was Instead of (00( commerce slstence upon publicity oC trust affair, : WOOD METALPARLOR ;
per cent and there were slight reductions seek: out some crude district remote! for the protection of Investors and th# or ; :21. No. /I No Atop whore Thne Is Not Shown. No. :2 No. 2 l +
In the schedules. from the keen competition of trade. Dally. Dully: pally Vally ,
general public, the St. Louis Rej'\ '
To the Argentine Republic in return It*la very evident that Republican red says : 'i" "GiiP 7'00;; I.............. ...... ,..... Penonenla. ...... ... .........Arrlv" 10 no P e a0 '
public. : 1:11111' 712. ...... .. ... ........?... .1iollltllll.. ......... .... .. ...... ... p1.120a '"
for very advantageous terms we tproclty is a sham. Reciprocity means; To secure obedience to- equity am) : in ZAPH BLOCK : 715a ,............. .. ..................Ynletra. ....... ... ........ ..... .......... 1na4j 801p
granted 20 per cent reduction on wool. nothing else than tariff reform. It elf : Next door South olSEMINOLE 111 244. 7 17.. .......................E..RII.b.II.. ......... ...................,..... 101:1: > a 117
law the vast. businesses carried o" : I IIlB a 7:140 a.................. ....................lIIl1lut ....................... ............... 10 28 I 5 4I'P l
To the West Indies who favored counters exactly the same difficultiesand with this gigantic capitalization shook S HOTEL, II 1111. 72Ta ................................. H.rJ'...................................... )(, III P I' 540p/ '

among1 other articles American canned meets the some selfish oppptiltloip! be subject to systematic scrutiny. Tim : Entrance, 12 I 2 g : 1 7 :: : ....::'::.::...:::.:::::.:::.:::.::.:. n.f. r.:::.::.,.::.:::.::.:.:::....:.:::::....1313 p g 27 20, g ;;,

goods,we lowered the bars on tropical of our industrial wards who never consider consolidated corporations In question) .WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. 1 80a ...... ...... ... ........... .. ........ 00..1 Itllnlf.. .... ........... .... .. ...p 41111p :6155a
fruits. revenue needs and: national wejfiire. S14a .,.......... ............. Holt. .. ..... .. ........ ... .. .... DIIlSp' 485p
enjoy certain privileges which legitl) :I II :10 a 8 II" a................. .... ...... ...... JlJIIU"an" ....,................................ 0 20 p 4 11 I'I x
It wrfs < ,glorlons effort! to increase The treaties perished In the tmnclg mutely subject them to supervision$ Experienced workman. Cleaning and : 211a II 81Sa .... ............f'.tvlew... ....... ......... ....... \)18p 4 001' I ,
our commerce and to gain an outletfor of their friends. Reciprocity was nenj- : Ue|>nlrlngkllfnllydQOe.) 4-10-tf E 800a S51a.,.... .................. ........Deerland....................... ,.......... HSRp N114p
Imllar to that of the affairs of banks.They \. '. H 1111 a It (I'le ....... ...... .......... MuM.yll".rl.. ........... .. .,........ 84-lp 8 HIp +
our surplus l product. er reefed more shabbily by the Democratic should be required to make sworn ,I'T TTTTTTTTYYYTYT'TYYV..MnIQoba 4011a 1)25a ... .. ................D..lo'lIul..Up.lnK.' ...... ... .. ....... N1Ap l40p '
When these matters became public, party which they denounce. 418 a 184 a ................................ ...... ; 44 I' 2: 2M P I,
statements of their condition at rests : 440.. 94710. ... ..... ........ ... ..! .Argyle..7 tl0 :2 ( ,
there was a frightened cry from del We are.once again brought face to face lur Intervals. The evil of overcopltal- / OUa tl OOa...... ... .......... . ... .. ... ...... .. ... ... 71Np p 11\0p\JljpI
pendent protectionists. Manufacturers with the question of tariff reform), should 50NalO Ol'i a."................................. Caryvm.. ............................. ..... 7 181' 14:1P
from which there be nation: be guarded against bjr II 8/1 a 10 :10 a..............'......................U..nlfaV..M................................. 7 OU I' 11a P r
asserted that the reduction on cotton can no evasion. !It, accurate of value : 'Man1o!0es s 844 ., .. ('hiplev .. .
Icult goods meant Irreparable In- appeals to us now not only through public knowledge the t H g8 : 18 STa.n :", :, :::.:::::::::.::.:;:::::::.Cottondale'.:::.:':":::::::::':::'::':::'.':. .g 25p 43p12 12 gJ r. +,
of the ni-ODertlea and business capita > .... .. ...... .. .... ...... ?l
700 a 11 15 a .......... .. .Morlenua .. ...... 6 OM p 1:1 0/11'/
Jury. A paper factory In Lee, :Mass.,was, our surplus revenue, but In the pent!- I The of this fruit Is T 80 It 11 811 a ............ .... .... .. .. Cyp"...., .. ................ .... 114"1> 11 811 a l1
in an agony of despair at the prospectof ; clone. effect on our own Industries!, zed.The of the supply : very 740a1142e .. ... ... ..... ... ... .GraadUloJg... ... ...... ........ ., .. .42p11ISa ?
peril present system of limited and tbe demand 7 e8 11 52 .. ..Hnenda .. .
a 5 Al ,
a reduction !In the paper schedule whose product Is checked and wbosuexpOl.ts rust capitalization is plain. The geivral pressing .815a12u5p a .:::: :: ::::::::::::;;:.RlverJlactlnn.; ; :::::. ::.::.:::: ::::::. :. 52UptoMon p 10 45a -, Y!

The gentle shepherds from Ohio, paS! are repressed. We are now Is In Orders are now coming In for: summer ....M...... 1 43p. ...... ., ...... ........T..I"........ .. ... .................. .. It .. ..... r7:1
turing cheep on hundred dollar an acre coming Into the great family of world trust( public conditions. profound Investors Ignorance necessaril of,/ delivery. I can book ...... ...... : p Arrive... ............ ..Jackaunvhv..... l.eovl n 1p.. ... f. i '

land:!, and of the Rocky mountains; nations. A world trade Is ours. IVesI- take undue chances wben they buy Cash OrderS y to
where government ranges can be bad dent McKinley: who had In this matter trust securities. There should bo at ,.

, for nothing, raised a'lnlgUty shout at n keener sight than his party, realizedour cast a reasonable guarantee of safetyto to be Bent by express In the order 1 11,

the enormity of 20 per cent reduction position and tried to remedy It. Investors us well an to consumers\ received. Price 25 cents each, f 2 WOR.-

on wool. Under the .pingley act the Let reciprocity now and.Its true twin This guarantee must be found In publicity a dozen. Money promptly return. Richmond WashingtonBoston Baltimore ; '
., finer Andean fleeces were practically and go hand In hand with tariff reform Ph'l.dftlphla .
of if
w.. as one measure regulation. ed orders exceed supply. Atlanta
I pl'Oblbltel1aud the reduction would be NORMAN F. HESBELTINK.MI .A.hwttle .
Cuttings of Mulgoba Mango Chattanooga Louisville
I.. ,. welcome to manufacturers California I The Coat of Glory. Cincinnati St. I.ouis Kansas I''
wood for and City
,, \ protested because West Indian fruits **.e. and Plenty" and Uanna. by a new safer ;
We are paying a million dollars a known method Detroit ClevelandCHicago PittsburrfROUTE + '
: Somehow only practical
: :were to compete with her own. or other the presentation ,
:!J The most, amusing objection came to Senator Mark Uanna Cleveland of week to run our army says the Boston furnished at 30 cents each, by mail etc. .
Globe. Leaving pensions out of the ac l
from novelty factories In Providence a beautiful Ufe size marble statue called or express.
count. It costs us $1,230 to maintain one
and Attleboto; which are'supvorted "Peace and Plenty" evokes varied ELBRIDGK GALE
oldler a year which Is over five times
by kindly disposed customers who emotions In the public mind. what It costs: to maintain a soldier In Mangonla, Fla.
charitably tax themselves some CO per Tho statue itself, which represents a-aS-lf
: .
tho most expensively equipped
the figure of maiden who army sy
cent. They addressed the New England a graceful SOUTIILRr101AILWAV
rf + congressmen as follows: holds In one arm the born of plenty Europe.We
? high for and if all
+ "Should the French treaty be ratified and with the other lifts high over all pay our army ORDER FOR PUBLICATION.In .
the money went for the comfort of thesoldier
bends the olive branch of peace doesn'tstrike
the home market will again
nobody would complain. It the Clrenlt'onrt, Seventh
crowded with foreign made goods, and tbo average observer (outside or 'in JudklHl. Circuit. J lo Chancery.Dade .
to compete' with the same labor which Cleveland that lei) as precisely typical goes where money generally goes County, I'lorlda. ) OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS : t
this salaried does It
enters, largely into the production of the statesnfnn.' who Is credited with country; nor Tboinnit HohaoniVH. R .
( where'lt will do the
always most
go Bill for Divorce.Ancle THe Southern's Palm
must necessarily be the sufferer. that astounding utterance, "There are ood. Hobson I) Limited
tariff no such things in existence as trusts." &; .. .
"In 1807 we petitioned for a ,
of 75 cent. The enactment of the Yet Mr. Uanna Is credited. with bring We raised an appropriation of $118- It appearing< by affidavit' of complainant1 THe Washington, Richmond and .
per KXXOOO lust year to meet tbe needs! ofen attorney In tbe above atnted cease that the
Dlngley bill fixed the rate at 03 per visibly affected by the presentation : Flos da Limited .:
: army of 100.000 men. and even that Vonlilonce of Annie' Hobson the defendant
+ t cent, which does not fully reach the speech of Judge William R. Sanders was several millions below the estimate therein' named, la unknown and that ate In THe New YorK and Florida '
and doubtless even half a glimpse of Express .:
point of equalization. ITO
of the war department. Wbat over the age of twenty-one year; U I Is therefore
To now Infringe on that percentage the Roosevelt teeth shown In welcoming wJ.II1t be next time? ordered that laid' defendant be and. she THE EAST .'

even 1 per cent would be a blow at labor : smile would bring him once again hereby required to appear to the Dill of Com- .'

and the persona dependent on the to the best confidence and distinguished Democrat For Ileveane Only. plaint Bled In ald cause on or before Mon. THe CHicago and Florida Special -/ '
Jewelry Industry. We earnestly appeal favor of a Republican. president day the nth day of May, A. D. 1 DO J, other- ..
r to you to use your utmost endeavor :! Boston Globe.A \ In these days of commercialism, wise. the allegation of aftld bill will be taken THe Florida Limited
o, when business affairs occupy the cener a* eonfwwecl' by said l Defendant *
to have the treaty rejected. Grave fte.peo.lbll/fy. of tile stage a" conspicuously In It la further ordered that this order be pub TO THE NOKTIt AIID weST. :;
The home Market club our Industrial I
The Republican measure the Philippine :clitics as they do In trade it is Idle to IIMhpd once a week for eight consecutive
mentor not believing that { resident week. In TBK TROPICAL SUN, uew"paper
tariff bill. Is colonialism on the exact call a tuRn a Democrat who at tho firstuggcstlon
McKinley was guUty of such model of the monarchical land of profit by some unwise or pnblliibed In laid' County and State, Pullman Sleeping: Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via <: .

beresy until his last message to congress grabbing: powers of the old world. The unjust law la off with the gang that This February :91t 1903. Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky. : ,; '. .
resolutions. It [Ct. Ct. SealJ E. DEARBORN,
began to pass I Democratic substitute for that dangerous lives and thrives by such means. H. B. 8ACHDERS. Clerk ClrcultCourtSolicitor Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated In ,', e
thought that the wool reduction was ,
Chronicle. connection With the Plant System and Florida
measure breathes the very spiritof Chicago for Complainant / East Coast Railway ,
an outrage, for the wool schedule was I Pullman .
Sleeping Cars Hotel
and Car all
the principles upon which this re- Dining on through '
arranged after a long conference "be- Is founded. National stnltlnca- Flection Million. trainsAsk'for, ". .
tween the and the manufac I puollc OTICE FOR PUBLICATION. .'
growers from this ;Ion and a tremendous menace to American There Is a surplus In the national N Tickets ;via Southern Railway. Correspondence Solicited. ;
turers. It Is not apparent:
a I ( Institutions are the certain results treasury. but bow long will it exist, do Notice I") hereby gl.en that the following t
statement that the question of revenue ... has flied notice of hit Intention ,
of the passage or the tariff bill you suppose if a tithe of the demands .m settler
of consumer's interests was of any I to make anal proof In support of hln cilahn. and) .
4. or In this matter. The or- I taxing the Philippines as a dependent node upon It are honored at the na. that.hi proof will be madebpfore John B. H. F. CAREY FU. Paw Agt, 103 W. Bar SU JacfcMovfflc FU. : '.
consequence colony. Renewed vitality for the true onal capitol!? Hclllv, tl. 8. CommlMloner at Miamil-'l-
declared that the i itreaties' IBth, Iwoi, vl. !
ganlzatlon further March :
'\ the true Americanism and a guaranteed: safety Noun c.' JOD......, Neptune, Dm. nom>.t
C't principle"ate of reciprocity not based, upon which is the for Americau Institutions would come A Ta.4l oat Trlek.- Ho, for names the a-K rime V following see. *, Tp.wltnexMa 41 S, tt.rt to K.prove General PruAren.., An't G.n1 Paw Agent, -:. :.

i from the! passage: of the Democratic: The president approached the reclroclty hl.eontmn"nsrseldenaeupon.and cnlfttvnttonof. I
favorable terms of dissimilar I I :: 'Washington D, C. Atlanta. G .
exchange on substitute The Republican- majorityIn question by an echelon! movement t and noncompeting products, W. Tlnitall I of Neptune Eil- 1OO2.
January- 15
that the they are the senate will assume a grave responsibility and people are wondering: who ward WM.Mon. of Neptune,h a.| iL s:i:1: tlg: > :: j t
cud on contrary In passing the Philippine aught tbe rough rider that tactical i i iI I.y. of Neptune Fin .
1 based on the principle of free trade I ) 2-7.6t W. G. aOBINltON, Register.rOr '. .. .
Introduce damaging IJ 1C stet tariff bllL-St._ Louis Republic. I trick. ,I 9t
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% found that father OU Soils $eld lb.iin Time THE: ) FOR'STOUT
,,\ SERMON\ OF REV. S. D. PAINE. enquired cause He a J SUNDAY-SCHOOL. 0..0-0..00_ .-o... ... WOMEN..
cured of ---. -<- -
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q'' i At tl>,' Wont SUIe Cn"1C1'8/ratoDal/ UhurnliSiiHl painful disease, and the disciples: could The sun does not 1 keep: good time He LESSON XII, FIRST QUARTER INTERNATIONAL LThe tlewes> Matronly Wl l lb lru.C*vi ihittlHrnlty*lni>olWbwn or ,

y Morning;. Mtrcli Lath not heal! him. Christ rebuked them for Is almost always fot> fast or too ilow ) SERIES, MARCH 23. Girl tue blonmn\ Bonn flora tin
want of faith and took the young man Once about the middle of April he in ,
.. from the I tuxi
hcelt, the brightness >'yt' ,
by tbe hand and lifted him up. just on time, then not again before the Teat of the L*..ua, Mpli. T, ll-ai.: WHO ISo ASocial it. the elasticity from the stop "f a w >ui.,<'f ;
Rev 8, D. Paine the West
L' p9etorof What are the lessons we tarn I frou middle. of Jane At the ocgfaulugt of! Memory V.....*, 18-1S-UOideia: < Text, an, then she should bogln4.'o Ir its .ytM

Palm, Leach: Congregational Church the transfiguration ? September< he join,*,' the clock a third Uvh. V, !M
+ ; pre 'rhc) last Sunday morning from the First; that the soul la immortal. time and lastly Otlce./: a lore late !iu. De n, v.'' D. M. Stournii.Copyright l I turn her mind toward the deli tg r}

1, 9th Chapter of Mark and the 27th verse: Mose' bad been dead many ccntuiiea cember. Now it would" l seem as If he [ 1001, by American Fran Awoclatlon.] 1 Vt Ji t'"ellpts's d fine jewole. 8' V

I : "But Jesus took him by the hand and lie talked with Christ were startled at the he bad llUd i CatiroeW1'tiif tlefm t dare
I and yet came and < way neglected 11, ta. "Hare no fullowshlp with the Succe.rJ ) ,
iftedh'ntup." There is no great truth that we are more us. In February he fell back until! unfruitful works of darkness,. Thin 9 what she< needs" fjgJi y ,

+ ,,a The church was well filled la the interested in than that of immortality: be was fifteen minutes late. Hy'the beginning 'weck'u''' study In thin. epistle And the next !.. .. .. .. she has metolhert Pita can nd of' ,
morning, At night I>ror. Johnson, of ,ri-nurreoHon .o-o..o..o..o..o. .o..o..o. trip the to ufryf1, eNena nd so s
the nufid
We get the clear and certain evidence of: << of March lie had made up five on iiol\ ) UMosanrlly UCUIJQ'"S ',
St Paul Minn, preached a very Interesting -' it trout the teachings of Jesus Christ.: minutes of his loss, Bud before the month break the continuity of on; study of the \ must bi'gm or j grow kbkfr
i: and eloquent sermon acts of the ajjostlea, foe In all tho Scrip. JIm bait to be a human Increasing weight uiaUeatlun th
Second; we learn that the soul is not is over he will have caught up to within, uncomfortable 1
wby hQ
$ cnn
turas have the concerning IIliu "
Mrn Baker of New YOlk City n we things chameleon remarked the
and the five minutes t>f tbe1'schedule. Meanwhile
unconscious between death stately !in lu>r" wall olidtioii cnntitj;
of whom tbe and
Philip spake to ounuch first old
lady as silo nettled
': eloquent reader and elecutionlst! recited I the have been T
judgement.These days growing longer whom w* must see an the center of every herself more comfortably( that hoc fiU-ixlH will tUliilt glop
.1', ',?;( the "Vision of Sir Lnuufal. The two men did not cease to exist very rapidly. We begin! March with our Uusotu In this ephtlewe, are as one baa In the "Uowaeers' corner" gained by the JransCa'noutfotiy ,_ ,y '

''yO church was! packed; every' available They bad left this world; one, 1,500 nights longer than our,days. We end it Hold taken! Into the presence chnmbcr of of the, nllroom. It ID sc-idam that Wo sed_'tlj-" + t ,+
chair was brought In. with our days longer the King aud made acquainted with ills 1 the nbudy Ride of pyr t
:years, the Bother goo and yet they were than our night 'Meaning the girl who I lit ,a ebcla
i, !Ij. The following is a brief synopsis of the conscious. In the one month we, have added to tbe secret counsel and PUIPOWB, couccinlnir success?" interrogated the second old weigh sever iti potfti s ,i_T 4rA ? ,
J;' W Rev. S. D. Paine us. Only an we by faith cuter into Hi OWM"comfott, aiu'Jt is now '
by the : .
sermon pastor In
hour "True
The main thought I wish to emphasize length of our day an and twenty love and purposes will we be delivered lady. ,among society &h'ls,1\1I\
,i ',: Some of the most striking and wonderful 'is, that Jesus Christ came to this worldon ,minutes a bigger gain ''than any" oilier fioui tho works of dnikness, mentioned lu everything else the Competition Is tpirlbla study amoiiff th4ti."trJM! !

\- N events in biblical history have taken purpose to put men on their feet. month can Dhow, -Prof; S, C. Schmuck chapter Ir 81; t Cor. \1. 0, 10; OR!. v, 10- nuwlun's."
f place on the slopes and summits of them His mission of er, iu the !March Ladles' Home 21. Intemperance, M generally 'undar-, "Oil, I don't agree with you," said
aggressive Journal.
one mercyto
mountains Palestine. stood la one'of tbe many works of daik- the giver of the dune, joining them nt
save mankind. mess, but the child of Ond houlJ be free tbls moment. '"The miilii qualification '
On Mount Moriah Abraham inten When the Pharisees found fault with .VOUN d'S HATS-none better madeat from nil If li* would know the joy oC being for success are that a girl should bunxelSsh : r

tionally offered his son Isaac: a burnt Christ because He ale and drank\ with $,i.oo. AN'rioNY.iiaos. a child oC the Lord Almighty (II Cor. and dlscroot. "'r,

sacrifice animated by a sublime faith in publicans and sinners, Christ related the ---re. vl. 14-13)). "I don't like that word discreet" paIn
God that lie would raise his Isaac 13, 14. "Awnka thou that deepest and t '
son Sunday School Workers Delighted. the second old lady. "It Bounds calculating .
three parables: The Lost Sheep The arise from the dead and Christ shall give
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from the ashes and fulfill in him all the .
and calculation In
I" a ;young
Lost Coin The Lost Boy theo light. The three favored apostles,
t 1\,\r: promises made to Abraham, The sun took his part of the Sunday School workers of the State heavy with sleep on, the ]Mount\ of Tians- girl"

{, On that same mountain !:>Solomon the inheritance younger aud wasted it in riotous living will be delighted' to '/know that they will figuration and actually sleeping lu Oethsumaue "Oh my dear woman," laughed the t 'rlv
fill show us bow the most highly fs other, "not In: a society girl. She has r
f, ( j. sou of David built the most magnificent have the, privilege,hcar'ng! ( souie, cf .
When he spent all he came to vored believers mal be indifferent to the to be you know." ,
j''i;' JI.., edifice that sun ever shone upon-the himself aDd returned home. His father the best most practical groat thlnits of God and bow this cry "Well if any one knows what social ,

t. .. ,, Temple. It was accepted by Go free will of the the Slate 'Convention which 1s to to.UB all.
f t; offering Jewish people.On "Supposing what
fell ou his neck and kissed him. lIe I lady you ten us a
Mount Iloreb God called Moses I !111 Gainesville, r-'II: ,, April 8-ro. 15, 10. "See, then, that ya walk circumspectly "
,; f. girt must do> to obtain It.
made and invited the
a banquet neigh not as fools, but as wise re.deeming >
A4: -,; as he kept the sheep of his bors in. Christ said that represented Mr. Marlon Lawrence-.General Secretary the time because the day are !"Very well; I'm willing," laughed the

t :,\ )' Jelliro to be the leader father.in.law'l the interest and the love of God for of the International Sunday School evil. The Revised Version has on tbeso hostess, and she began: "la tbe firs
1-, tor of the Hebrew people. Convention will be present. Mr. Chas two verses either In the text or the mar place, as I have observed she must be .

le'' On Mount Sinai, God gave fallen humanity.The I D. Meigs, Associate! Editor of the International gin "Look therefore carefully how ye unselfish. She must devote herself to
} i iQ elder brother represented the walk;," "buying up the opportunity," The tho prosy elderly women, the uiilnter
; logue or Ten Commandments to Moses. | Evangel and known all over life of the believer la of
Pharisees the church member. who ere spoken as a con eating old bachelors aMR the rich old
,l Q! J Ou Pisgah the highest point of Nebo "I the country as the "Snndav School tinual dying to self, on overcoming a
cold and unsympathetic; who push peo maids who ore powers In society. She
God called Moses when a hundred and Awakener" will also be:,present. con flirt: a'race (II Cor. Iv, 111; John v,
> I pIe away from Christ instead of attracting 4, 5;Epli. vl, 12; Ileb. zll, 1)), but In this .makes a great mistake too If she
twenty years of age with eye undimmed I them to Him. The musical will\ be led by that Jo'eatof epistle and elsewhere It Is also called "a Ignores tbe married men. They.. will

k by aRe and physical vigor unabated and i ibade [( Theworldlato_ be saved_ .by human leader song Prof. IS. O. Excel!, of walk" In the climax In Ian. xl, 31, the not forgive it, and their Influence Is to .,

f, him l look across the silver winding; instrumentality. We must not be discouraged. Chicago who has a world wide reputation walking-that Is. the steady plodding-Is be desired. No matter If she secretly j d ,>

; Jordon and die; and God buried him as director, author and publisherof more difficult than the mounting ou desplMea women, yet she must put nslde '
On Mount Hor Aaron the brother o f I ; When tbe Hebrew people music. wings or the running. We are entreated her own feelings. It Is the married, women :,
neared the Red Sea, the Egyptians were to walk worthy of our vocation, not as and her girl friends who,will give .
Sheats :! .
Write W. ,
Moses died. N Tallahassee Fla .
o. in the rear, the hills ou the sides of other gentiles walk to walk la love, as her the\ !best ,times In the long end. and '1''I',
Ou Mount Carmel, a mountain overlooking I for full particulars and programs.; children pf light to walk worthy of God. 'tl1d
them the sea in front of them. God through/ them she will make tile ocqualntance
"'' the Mediterranean Elijah call. .. who hath called us unto Ills kingdom and
4 ; said to Moses, "Tell the people to go I glory tEph( : Iv, 1, 17; v, 2, 8; I Then. II, of desirable men. Above ;
; .. ed down the fire from heaven to con. forward." They went forward, and the Easy Way" o Clean Silk Waists 12)). As to buying up the opportunities. alt she must never be guilty of the un; t' '
... > ,
t i 8u'me his sacrifice. sea opened for them. It we had the zeal of unscrupulous business pardonable crime of uegleetlng tbe women '

1'1:", ": On Mount of Olives, Christ wept over When tbe English garrison was shut Clean your silk waists with naphtha men, who for their own gain make for the men. Thin will never be 421: \

Jerusalem. up in Luck now, during the Indian :Mutiny using a soft piece, of flannel to apply i it corners in even the necessaries. of life forgiven her and yet It Is one of the
I bow much might be accomplished In tbeservice most common faults of Inexperienced .. ":..1"1',
'i\ } On a mountain In Galhlee lie bade with. Take young ," "
in 1857 the soldiers were ready to every precaution while us- of Christi If we walked as Christ ) .,!'iy E t' '
; farewell to His disciples fire the last shot and kill the women and lug the naphtha, as it is dangerous; It walked (I John II, 0)),, all would be well "I have girls.said also" the hostess wenton ?; .
I On Mount Tabor Christ was trans children and die. used near artificial'light or !fire.- but who Is nufllclout Our suOlcIency la "that she must be discreet. She STREET OO'WSf l POB 'ELDERLY: ;14l.* "'"

I, figured. lIe took three disciples; peter Jessie Brown, a Scottish girl lying on March Ladies' Home Journal. of 17.God"Wherefore(II Cot. ill, ,be 5)). not Divine, but must leave the fascinating tete-a-tete her with a handsome style whIch' .:1< i'

James and John and ascended the the ground, lifted her head and said, -... understanding what the ye will of the Lord corners for the gay young matrons and not only bide the tfnpleamint tac ..4\ .:::;:b

11// mount, and two great historic persons I "Dinna ye hear the slogan ? the Camp. n. B. Church Services. Is" It is not the will of God that pny the widows, They are not for her.. She make her appear sllnf "and el! 'J.it

came, and Christ talked with them con bells .coming." The soldiers thought v should perish for lIe will have all to be must furthermore allow her favor to that ie, Incomporlso .*!,""' ..

cerning His death in Jerusalem. It was she was delirious but they heard the The following; Is 'the order of services saved and has made full provision for the Rhine like tho sun on all alike. Then In the first place the'stodt'dod"eM tJ ei2,
same (II Pet. ill, 0 I Tliu.( II. 4: John \Hi, .
Binges\ and Elias. Moses had been dead nbroch of the Highlanders under Haycock In the Methodist ,Church, to which a 1C). When sinners;are saved, He deah'os! too she. must not be self conscious ly lady should wear black as 'mucb II'

i about 1,500 years and Elijah had been who were coming to the assistance cordial invitation given to strangers; : that they should be holy and so fully yield must not wonder what people are possible and even thenthe black:
of her not to be should be confined tei'tbe smooth and
translated about 900 years. of the garrison.Let Sunday School at,9:45: a. m Preaching to Him that they may prove In dally: life thinking must appear ,
I forever aware of her gown vt her rather shining, surfaced goods. -&t fn
bow good and acceptable and perfect III ,
After Christ had down from the do reinforcements
.! come us our duty; are at II a. m. and y3o'p.m.:
Epworth. will la (I These 'IT. 3; atom zJI, 1, 2). luugb or her figure. She must be an i."tha best far ordinary;and silk war
mountain top He saw acrowd of people coming. God is on our'side, and all League Devotional Meeting at 3 p, m. Our blessed lArd could truly say "I seek easy conventionalist and give other. eudora In wool nud '1I11""tor'"; the street _

4 J,! surrounding Ills disciples and when He heaven and all good< men and women. Rev. C. Fred Blackburn, PRstor.mLl'1'IIIK'IHqJsmo.l. not mine own will."' "I delight to do thy people a chance to show off tbelr beat or fine and satin faced broadcloth For 4

nlll\, 0 my God" (John iv. 34; v, 30; vl, points. Above all, she must not bIlk grand occasloaajjlack Velvet la by all

IjI("_"' ':\ :, 38: Ps.""Be il. 8)). against time and for the purpose of means the best. The stout woman
-- rvyYyvyyvyyvyyvyvYYYyvvyv / -T MC-1> 18. ; not drunk with wine, wherein
; v; 'f'fyy-yy-"yffi- "ny, should have Ler-dresses as long us the
_. U. excess but be filled with the Spirit.
/ case will admit of, for tho length ap
Ii< ,
'" ,'-.1rl' _. .:; Drunkenness belongs to the unfruitful
parently reduces the Width A skirt
I works of darkness; to be filled with the
( ,., DD /, ...I, Spirit Is the privilege of every child of cut lit a trained effect fitting easily at
/ light, Wlue stimulates and exhilarates the hips and training at the back, Is of
unnaturally but the Holy Spirit stimu all the best and most stately. It given p'

There's 3'3'I lates supernaturally; the one Is for self the appearance of length without 11
E T tbe other for God. There la a drunkenness width. M ,

r I t 111k I that does not come from wine or In the Illustration ia tr'modei of a
: One KNOX J drink lea xxix Is
I > strong much the work( of the, adverfsry.0)), but just Only as gown for an elderly lady, and It Is well
consideration The skirt Is
E Best that which Is of God through Christ gives worth long sand
3 light and life; all that is not of God ample but> with no superfluous
C. = causes stupor and drunkenness, and the fullness at the hips. The long lines ot
0000000004000000000000000000g04400 manifestation of tho flesh as God only can the folds are excellentlY' designed to

) S i give life so God only can live in us the conceal the too solid flesh. The corsage ,:,",
life He desires, and He Is pleased to do Is a triumph.' Tbe back Is made s .SS..
i There's this by His Spirit; therefore the neces with a slender postilion, bordered with
: It'sBENJAMIN'S city of being tilled with the Splilt by ,',
two rows of satin feathi rbone 'cord. ,
whom alone- the life can be lived.
One The fronts from the ;
r-i L! : 10. "Speaking to yourselves In psalms bang straight
shoulder with scarcely any curve nt \ ,: ,
and hymns.and spiritual, songs singing
.t Best and making melody; in your heart to the A the one dart, The vest front Iso: ( lavender tJ'
Lord. A drunken man Is apt to make .tAA printed silk mull and there: Is. j.

Fl himself known by his noisy talk or ribald a handsome gold buckle at the soft. ;' '
i igu : song but a Spirit filled person having; sash. '"T'

i 0 00000000GOoooaoooo true melody In his heart, nil) sing unto % The stock Is clotted with jet and has kl the Lord. Each proclaims his master by black
three lines of Harrow velvet rib
that which from the ahundunce of 'I
f comes 'i bon brought to a point. This breaks '
his heart. In (',pI. HI, 10,. we have the ) 11-'tl
; b ; There's same result from the word ot Christ the wide lines of a stout neck. rlchJ:;; ,
: c:' Ti tm ii'' T'S = dwelling l'lcblyln us; therefore accordingto / : the shoulders Is a wide collar of P"'J.'

One an axiom which says that things that white lace. The sleeves are mad 'tfj 1> .
: ate equal to( the same thing are' equal to large but with the fullness drooping, -:".
& : :: one another there la probably some con- detract from the apparent size of' ,4 Ii- ,I',
1: Best JLItFJ:4 eL1\Jl'S nection between being filled with the the waist. This Is offered to such 'r;

Spirit and tilled with the wold: of God. dies as may need something of la'I''I "
\\e know that the Spirit baa written the
kind wlth'the aphorism that a word ,: ; ///1/ >i'
? ,
i word and the Spirit is the word, and the >>
&' ; word" of God, the Lord Jesus Is the em- the wise Is sufficient. ,,;': 'lJ!: ,;,
rVi 00<><><)<>0< X0<>00<)<><>0<><>000<>0<)0<> 04ooooD000OO44oooa bodiment and manifestation of tbe writ. The chiffon boa, which ia now expt"et- ..,, :" "

i ten word. If we would be filled by tbe TUB: I'NPAIIDONADI.B) caws OF!' NKOI.ECT11,0 ed to be one of the best things for the :' ,:..,: "
There's s it's Spirit and feed by the Spirit let us lay WOMEN VOlt UK.N.! coming season, Is also one of the things .

: up His word diligently 4n our hearts filling up pauses. This la one of the, excellently well planned for the benefit ,
SHIRT (U zek. Ill, 10 11). moat unpleasant characteristics of a of the stout woman ft la also Just, y

i : "MANHATTANPLACEIt's I' things 20. "Giving unto God thanks and the always Father for lu the all young girl. She UveaJn deadly tenor right for the Blender one. Funny but m'

Su ; Best mime of our Lord'Jesus Christ. In I of a pause when It she only knew It, true! These chiffon and lace boas are r
ThesB. v. IS, it la written "In everything a pause is sometimes a very good thing made In such a variety that one is lost )

; o0000000000o rive thanks; for this Is the will of God In and almost Invariably much more desIred In trying to remember them all. Chenille r 'Fw 1

N ,. Christ Jesus concerning :yon." How than the silly thingsshe says at and narrow ribbon are, as they ,;
ki : earnestly we should covet to bo filled with random to fill 'it. Then a girl should were last season, also employed.

( I theSpirit since He alone can live this be graceful and never be at a loss. It richna are really beautiful and cane

i* : There'sE holy and beautiful life In nil I "lIe delivered who she is stranded during a dunce she > draped In so many way that they l
paled not Ills own Son but
d should not lean awkwardly back in her are very desirable. Any lady that can
? One lira[ up for us all, how shall lie not
E with rum, also freely give ua all things" scat looking forlorn. She should go sew at all can make these dainty articled J

(Horn, vlil, liZ), and since "Gad !Is love" over to join a group of matrons or girlfriends of adornment. There are but two
,", > Best and has so loved u.... He cannot give aa ADore all she should be careful shapes. One Is square at all corners.'
i 3 3J anything that Is not love, so we will not to make enemies. She cannot afford and the other Ia cut half moon shape ,
i thnnk Him for all things it we believe to, and whatever she says against/ Lace, fine mull batiste pineapple lib- ,
this.. Mrs. Bottom tell of two waiters another woman will recoil upon her." erty silk and, Iu short, all thin and soft ;st
I .1\NTH NY S whom she sow accidentally jostle one "It occurs to me," remarked the sec materials are suitable.
: H. another, tht one thereby spilling some hot
J water on the other who meekly replied: ond lady as tbe hostess glided away to Tbe square ones are from two to four
ever mind. It !is all la the will." A welcome a late arrival, "that tbe successful yards long and about half a-yard wide.

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'. spilled a bottle of Ink on her carpet she of all the virtues." long; still It must be long enough togo t.
\ was able to take it meekly and as part of "Or pretend she is," chuckled the first around the shoulders and reach to :
c'ift: His will. old lady who was somewhat better the waist in front All bare ruffles "
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oilier la the fear of God" Some one bee versed in the ways of the world. lace or of the material' when it Is very ; i 'j',

4 : = said that submission. Is the highest mission MA.tTII ROBINSON.H soft and pliable. They are draped '

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C!!> learned it be Is not fit for missionary. Aside from Bilk and lace the velveteen be simply brought to tbe front of the ;' .
AU service anywhere Ia Ills llttt at Nazareth and velutlna and
} woolen waists waist and fastened there. Ia fact the "
t I SILENT SALK8MKN In Jill baptism Ills) public ministry are really stylish and desirable. ( .
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and In Ills suffering our Lord fully '
t -g' :iXWI made of flannel and velvet In of each i
manifested this grace of the Spirit. Aa any one being beown: law. These, 7.,, i,
4 '.y we can only chow oar love to God by ourlove' the: dlffncent kinds require slightly dif too, are good foe tbe stout and middle

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t _: -- .m' otbe,.. seem to have the preference*. "
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