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 28, 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
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System ID: UF00075915:00276
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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t : Gotwmiaus, D. M. Roberts and C. D The Breakers cloned its doors Wednesday .

5 'n. Jenkins have proveb by lust season' -- _e_ after a very profitable season. _e_

j crass of News About This and That efforts that that section is not only sell-\[ Facts About the Contract for the What the Sun's Men Heard In The People as They Come and do-People
S Attention is called to the advertisement J
d ; And Different Things: sustalnl ng.bu\1Ult a good profit over one Bridge Over the Miami River. Llvley Local, Whirligig. You May or May Not Know. Ie .I a
of the Cable Piano I It
above a livingcau be made; bya Company as _
necessary _
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the of this '
appears on eighth page pa
exercise of brain and
judicious muscle One Company Represanted A 'Mirror of Minor Aeel % of Visitors
Vary Carefully! Compiled and Conflnad toy Only Bridge Happenings. Melange Personal Items ly
per. .
_ That Whloh It of Moat Interest to. \'Ith proper management any one tau When the Matter Was Sprung- A_ dente Coming Evanti, and a lh. City and Citizens Vliltln ,

11 the Citizens, of Dade County. ship vegetables during nine' months of Vary Shady Transaotlon. Galaxy of Currant Gossip. A delightful musical was enjoyed by a Out of the City
the Tbe red soil of the land
year. _
number of friends last
--- e visiting night at --I.- a
will make tomatoes equally as well as IIorsehideN the home oi Mr. and Mrs. Guy I. Met- The Misses Minnie and Bessie '
AMEKON: AMENETIES.., prairie and with less than half the Mr.\ Pred'k Robert of PalmBeocb, probe Famous ANTHONY'S" Ly.
-- -- fertilizer: ably the largeat individual holder of real calf on Datura Street. man were up from Delray\ Monday. ,
One twelve and one four room house
Carroll still
i f. M. Bodo-Ing estate in Dade County, with the FISH AND All kinds of fish
Mr Ypung, the saw mill man, Is busy exception for rent. Enquire at this office. OYSTERS Mr Geo. B. Hiuckley, wan up from
t, Ask Dan Smith If the walking is good running, and has been for some time of H. M. Flagler has just discovered iilso fresh Indian River oysters every; Dnnift for a couple of day this week.

out. to the fresh water lake 'j i that the County Commissioners last Table board $" 50 per week. Room day. Shad, shrimp crawfish and Clamsin
.past. He is cutting the lumber for the let contract for steel bridge with board f-6 per week. Mrs. Frank Major.N. S. Boynton and son, George: 4 '1
S. W. KroUer made a flying trip. to :. Summer a a season. FRKU DBUVHRY, PHONB 3I9tf
wharves and train road and will
West Palm Beach Saturday. no over the Miami River, at the foot of Darling Olive St. a-:z8 Wm. R. Healy. II Boynton were visitors at the Lake w'' N.
doubt have orders for several buildings
the Avenue D, this city without advertisingfor } Tbe Lake Worth Band exchecquer Is Tuesday ______ ;S1a
Griffith baa been !
John busy past laler on, for many improvements I are Sheriff Frohock passed through: here
bids, ant Is naturally Indignant.lIe $*> richer this week, than last the
few a1'',,re-covering his packing house.! anticipated .' as Wednesday night on his way to Pulatke Mrs Bancroft and Mrs. Sherman, of
.. calls on TUB!: SUN to Inform.the peo. result of a donation by George Zapf.
Oe!>. Lymsn is daily nuking largetlblpmentoftomatoe" -- This tnqrnlng be returned with a negro Delray, paid this town a visit the fret 1
'pIe to this shady transaction and the
and peppers, fore Bowman Well Known Here, as Joseph Jefferson left the Lake Worth who Is charged with having stolen a lot of tbe weep 1 ________ -
L ... facts herewith presented
"A la getting the top price in. the are Band boys a substantial reminder of of valuables at Miami and at this place.

_/ r tet, The friends( in this.section/ of James E. At the July meeting; of 1901, tbe his good will before he started on his Part of the !goods are said to have been Mrs. W, P. Armstrong:, Jr., Is enter-

Bowman, former Sheriff of this county, I County Commissioners DID let this con annual Spring tour. Found in his trunk when captured. taiulng Miss Beuluh Wise, of Savannah
_ Frank Palmer, the strawberry king tract to the Converse Bridge Company, Ga. this week.
will learn with regret of/ his unfortunate ,
Dade has a Sheriff that seldom fails toget
(was in Ameron Sunday, looking over the condition] lIe way transferred to the of Chattanooga, Tenn., for $10,640? the Contractor Kunze has completed A.
whatever he after.
crops .FVank: seemed well pleased aboutahmethtpg State Asylum at Chattaboocbee last bridge to be a three-span steel structure, L.: Haugb's new1' building on Clematis -goes Judge Ileyser of Miami, passed a''

whether it was more straw. week, on account of aberration of his ten feet above high tide, with a draw to Avenue, and next week Mr. Haugb will THU!: SUN scribe Is the recipient of a couple of days here this week at his

$ money than was .used, or his _o mind, and hope that. with proper treat. admit the.passage of larger vestels. take possession of his new home. rare and valuable flower, tbe Swiss Riviera orange grove.

thousand tomato plapta wlilch! is oti the ment he may be restored ngaiu to his The minutes of that meeting contain Contractor Henry T. Grant has com I Eedelwiss, the National flower of that The Messrs. Kirkwood left here

I lpk k jump Frank we can't, .say. Cowe around normal condition.-Titusvllle, Star. only the following entry concerning the pleted a neat and comfortable six-room country and known as the plant that Saturday for the North Mr. A. J.Cukwocxlgoing .

.again., '" --. .-.---- ----- -- ---- transaction: cottage for J. A. Isgrlgg on his Datura hundreds people have sacrificed and to Chicago. ,
'f4 r.. "A conditional contract was signed thousands more jeopardized, their livesto
Street west of Poinsetta.
-Jt it r'' LARKINS.LOCALS., .. Not All Trust... Funds. I with the Converse Bridge Company, of ,property. secure by scaling cliffs and, mountain A. J. Evan of Ameron and C. B. May. / ,
__ \\ooIr' htnbody.d"wn this way has hadtb4 ,,.!!FFI\.k' ldu r,;informs >THH;, bUN Chattanooga, T uu'l as follows: and : .fee\-;. S. P. Paine and Mr. J. C, Stow. gorges. This, memento was presented by berry, of Boynton were here on a business c
r the contract Is In fult. It Itfs : ? Schmlcf' a souvenir trip Monday this week.
_ scribe be in In the I then given : wljl. attend the Congregational VTr. Conrad W; as s
.., ({Miami fever this week, and !has been that was pnrtly error
provides for the construction and payment Vssembjly\ at New Smyrna as delegates from his native home in the Swiss Alps. and Mrs. 0 Gardner of
,there to take the' Fair and fire-works all mention of the robbery, at his store last Mr. M. Boy n- 9
of the within four months Row West Palm ,
bridge the Beach Union Con.
in, and everything else that was to be week; that a little more than half of the ---- ton, were in town Wednesday looking

Seen. money stolen wns church money, $27 of after the legalizing of the bond issue gati6nal Church. High Life In Palm Bench. after business matters In tbe Cottage
and is "not binding unless the bond ----
Crops are beginning to move off some, it his personal funds and the balance SHUC is legalized: by decision of the Supreme A delightful: social event for the little All who were fortunate enough to beat City.

; will be moving was cash belonging to the firm 0(0.. W. ones was, a birthday party given by Mrs. '
and lively soon. Court or a new issue." Whitehall on Wednesday eveningare
t Chas. W. Pierce of Boynton found {
Iduer & Son. Mr. Idner sr the loss of
C. and B. Bi'rtaihaw two js the H. C. Hood; for her little daughter, still talking of one of the best times
:. Messrs. J. J the church will be his personal There, were present at meeting.. us way to town Monday, and transacted '
took money Commissioners Margaret, at Satinwood Cottage their they have ever bad, and one of the
of Larkln's handsome young men, loss as he considers himself responsible County G. W Lain hart, quite| a considerable business while '
w several of the charming young ladles to R. E, McDonald 1, John Sewell and F. C. Beach ho te. most delightful social functions they bere. '
for its safe keeping. _______
S p wee the prospects of things at Cutler --e--. Aioher. Circuit Court Clerk E, C. Dear. C. B. Mayberry will be one of Boyn. have ever attended. This gathering

Sunday And I suppose they expected born acted as clerk but he states he bad ou's t busy bees this season. In addition was not as large as the one at WhitehallIn Mrs. Frank Idner and Miss Kittle

,It to rain, as they look with them some On-to-- Galnesvlle.-- no papers before him in reference to the to fifteen acres of tomatoes of his own, tbe latter part of February and was Starck enjoyed a visit this week from ,

Coats Gainesville Florida, is to entertain the matter, and therefore the bridge buui. Mr. Mayburry has contracted to pack less formal. The original intention was their father Copt. It. C. Starck of t 1

"<- A. T. Carter is our wide awake livery i I Slate Suuday School Convention on ness was introduced by one of the Com. the product of another fifteen acre farm to make it an evening: at bridge: whist lalabar, on Indian River I
misuloners. but the game was only one of the
mnnw April Stb and loth. "On to Gainesville" Rev S. D. Paine left for New Smyrna
H. tbe A 12'ponud Cracker of the liveliest features.
W. Converse representing
Messrs. Jennings & Maddock' grape la now watchword for Sunday School on Monday where he goes to attend a
armed made his at the home In the grand ball, of noble
Bridge Company was present type appearence propor. 4 4the
fruit grove at this place is getting to be workers. A choice program is being Council of Ministers and Delegates of
with plans and specifications proof of Mr. and Mrs R. A Rouse Sunday lons, Imposing with statuary and uiar. k
a beauty. The limbs are now banging prepared, and among others who will be Congregational Church
positive that he had been! privately last, and has made satisfactory arrangements ble columns and most delicately{
of bloom the following: Mr. Marion -
pi with bouquets presents are communicated with and invited to pre. to take up his permanent abode. artistic with dainty furniture and beautiful Cipt. A, J. Canova will leave in a i x
r Lawrence General Secretary of the International
Tbe dock business for our shipping pare them. The.whole thing was, evidently tapestries, Mrs IIenry M Flagler received couple or weeks with James K. Clarke'

point la now prospect and we hope to Sunday School Convention; pre-arranged: but the", Conimia- Elsewhere) in this paper will be seen her guests. In this hospitable Yacht Ama! which he will take up the 'Y4 4

' > ., have it ready for use soon although I Mr. Charles D. Melgs, Associate Editorof loners went trough the farce of ex. he legal notice of dissolution of part. ,...Iuty she was assisted by Mrs Sidney! mast to New Yurie i
the International Evangel, and, Prof.E. nership of the firm of Jas. B. McGinley
hear that Mr Carter is agitating the amining the plans and specifications, Smith, Mrs Peyton Houge: Mrs J C
O. Excell of Chicago, the noted & Co., Mr. Chas. E. Hamer retiring I Mr.' Samuel Hodkinson, of Indmnaplls 4
wagon business to Miami, instead of the and then voted to adopt them at the Wise and Miss Sarah Kenan. 5
leader of author and publisher will the business Is who has
song, Mr. McGinley continue a young man been and l.Is
+a dock aud boat, for shipping. price set by the Bridge Company con- The evening walt begun with "bridge"
It will be a rare opportunity for Florida at tbe old stand. enjoying the out-door life of ibis de.ligblful -
the legalizing of the County 10 the music- room. At 10:30: Miss
We noticed in the Metropolis last people to hear these workers. Full In. ingent upon ( region. He regrets the necessity .

; ;5 week a' warning!! to Mr. Walpote, of 'ormation' and programs can be obtained bonds. as mentioned above. Capt. A. T. Rose Is building a dandy Laura Jackson had won the first prize of his early return to the North ; I

id .g. ..Tampa, ."that the last laugh ia always frmV.. N. Sheafs, Tallahassee, Fla.Extravagant No> other representative of a bridge launch, twenty' feet long, for J.; Don C. and Mrs Miss Robert Ethel C Watson Davies had tbe been second prize but having tasted of this climate insures I

S Whitest." I wonder i if it would not be company was present. The people were Morris. Of course she will be equippedwith presen his. relu,n in future year,.
-e- cognizant of the Intention of the County ted by Mrs Flugler with a bouquet of
wise for tbe Metropolis editor to apply one of those famous Truscott }
; Statement. Commissioners to order a bridge built. lilies of tbe valley in which was con. Joseph Jefferson left here yesterday on
same in, considering laugh at Messrs. : Marine Motors, and then the craft that
companies not Invited ealed a beautiful pearl hatpin. his annual Spring tour. The followings
Other bridge were
1 :Burr aud Boggs. "YuM YUM. wish the statement I think themselves fast cau look out for
We to correct to bid, either by private communicationor Supper was served, and then began the itinerary arranged for the Cotnpa- /
Brother Humphries of the their laurels. _________
made by by public advertising. The whole the dancing (in the ballroom. There ny'strlp: March 31, Mobile Ala.; April of ,

,, CUTLER CtIUO ICLIS.! Braidentowu Journal, last week, as' follows thing was arranged to give tbe Converse Services at the Congregational churchat were conventional dances, fancy danIng : J.Montgomery: Ala.; April :2, Atlanta

'.. : "That tbe celebrated Indian River Company the work without competition. II a. m. and 7:30 p. til. Preaching a cake walk and a Virginia reel. 0.11. ;April 3, Birmingham: Ala.; Apoll4.

The last few days' have been warm, oranges have been knockedvout, or Why ? by the pastor. Rev. S. D. Paine, Easter The judges of the "walk'" were Admiral Memphis. Tenn.; April 5. Louisville a

and tomatoes are ripening things, and and some well of have ceased to exist" because (as be Is either or are all\ the Commissioners ermon. Christian Endeavor at 6.30 p. Dewey, Joseph Jefferson and Mrs James Ky.; April 7, Lexington Ky.; April 8, r

41. ,the grower..reruahina ; states at some length) that oranges from Interested in this Bridge Company ? Do m. Sunday School at jo a. in. Prayer R Keen Fourteen couoles, headed by Chattanooga, Tejiu.; April 9. Klloaville.T..nn.Aprillo. ,

they mayfor the worms are destroying, Perlco Island In Manatee County, are anything out of It? Mrs Flagler and John Jacob Astor ; Roanoke Va.
half they expect get ; meeting and Song Service 7:15: p mAll performed ; April II,
S in some Instances, about the crop. I supplied by contract to lhe'East Coast It! looks very much like it, otherwise are cordially Invited. the evolutions; Miss Julian Cutting Norfolk:, Va.; April la: Richmond Va.;

I r' The merchants are quite busy now Hotel System.It ids would have been called for by and Frederic Sterry won the first April 14, Philadelphia, (two weeks, );

Y ; supplying the wants, of the people and la a fact that oranKeJfrom Manatee I public advertising, In order that by Manager Morria of The Bond & Bond prize, although the judges found much April :28, New York (the Harlem-one

tu judge front the quantity of goods County are suppled to these hotels; but' competition: Dade! County would feet the Co., has ordered the material for an difficulty in making choice. Joseph week).

changing bands sonic one jm'st be it Is also a fact that the caterers for Mr. best bridge possible for the leant money. other store building for Dr. Munyon Jefferson made one of his character-

Elagler's hotels are not willing to pay duplicate of the one he recently bad This A Toronto party consisting' of Mrs. A. I
making good money. It Is a very shady transaction 'that the stic speeches. was, perhaps, the '
asked for Indian River fruit erected near tbe Beach Club on tbe EastSide E. Ames aud ber children, Miss Ethel
r' A number of our people took In tbe the prices people will not allow to be carried out. jolliest and, in the beauty of the environment ;
which can be proved by growers: on lake front. The new building is to and Master George also Miss Emma
County Fair at Miami\ ( and all report a It[ is clearly irregular and contrary to tbe most brilliant functionever
the East Coast who were approached be placed on tbe property owned by Dr.: !Morrow and Miss Shaw, who have been ",
good time. Some of them went as far law. Tbe County Commissioners have held at Palm Bead.
last Fall by these caterers to buy Munyon adjoining The Palm Beach. spending several weeeka Hotel Roval .
and delighted : in such those who it
.a Palm Beach they were no authority to let contracts a Among enjoyed were:
with the trip. their crops for tbe season. We make niamier. Mr. J. M. Bryan, Jr., of Hallandale a Admiral Dewey, Joseph Jefferson, JamesR Poinciana, left for Asheville, N. C., "on

I U S r Work" begins this week on the extension the statement advisedly, without fear of Mr. Robert Is a large tax payer and, son of Railroad Commissioner Bryan Keen, Col John Jacob Astor Frederick Thursday morning, where they will remain 1

to the public dock. Mr. Peters is contradiction that the Manatee growerIs like others he wants and baa a right to was In''Miami this week ..1&llinlrrlends./: T Martin. Mrs J C Wise, GenE for several weeks. While here .It

,, "making rapid progress with his tram receiving a smaller price for his fruit expect the County Commissioners to be Mr. Bryan says his crop of 35 acres of C O'Brien bliss: Sarah Kenan, Dr were very popular, and made many ;;
than the Indian River orange growersare of Hallandale halt Owen Kenan Miss Ethel Friends in the Sunny South who hope tt, : ,4,
dock and it will be ready economical the expenditure County tomatoes at turned out Davies Fred u
.f road and new
two, three weeks; now, netting in New York markets. funds, Here is an instance of hundreds, splendidly and he is now hipping.: lIe crick Sterry, Miss Julian Cutting, Geo- have them ,return next seascfa. Mr.
for use to or of Humpbr'iea who is a' banker and President
Brother Ames of
statement d
As to the i
S perhaps thousands of dollars voted away also has a young orange grove: at Hallau- rge: H Ingalla, Mrs W Watson Jr Walter
t. There are some tomato buyers coming in tbe Board of Trade of Toronto Canada I
:. : that Manatee oranges ate ,
without warning to the people. Every dale and another at Fort Lauderdale, Watson Jr Mrs Albert Goodrich, Mr
in. One party here sold loo crates last cluded'' In the best of everything, we arrived with the party,snd after locating
:r. : member of the Board of Commissioners three years old, both doing finely and Mrs Fred W Vanderbilt, Mr and
week for a little over $aoo. This Is what I would day that Manatee fruit has been knows full well that the price of the HenryPhilips Mr and Mr. Eugene them comfortably, returned borne Be .

r ,'", we wish to see. Let the buyers come observed this polut as It panted to bridge is excessive; but that is a matterof i The Bond Lumber,Company here is in O'Neill, Russell T Joy Mr and Mrs has under consideration a very large In.'s

,. OilVa will sell bere. the East Coast hotels, and in quality and small importance to the precedent set receipt: of an order for a million feet of Robert C Watson Mr and Mrs Henry vestment in Florida which, will undoubtedly '

: tb It ia rumored we will\ havtf a railroad appearance the Indian River orange U of giving out bids.contract without advertising lumber from Dr. Munyon, the well R McLane, Mrs Sydney Smith Rev give enormous retorts. On r: I,

I .ft.r- bere ere another season, and while it superior to it; and \this observation is This,,: for are factsJbr the pcJplo to thing known "sugar pill" man, who Is InvestIng and Fremont-Smith.Mrs Peyton Hogue, Dr and Mrs Wednesday evening a birthday party .

will doubtleia be beneficial to all the further emphasized by the fact that our about and remember, if auy of them largely at West Paint Beach. The I Sterry Mrs Benjamin.Mr and Thaw Mrs ,Frederic Misses : was given in honor of Master George

people it should prove remunerative to growers are now realizing as high: saS present Commissioners seek re-election. order was taken and forwarded by Don Jackson[ Tnppin, Charles Tappin, Nr Ames who I IJ a particular favorite among; fire

the railroad company for there is I $ od per -tox:: in New York market Every of one the who contract participated has laid in the himself let. Morri"?the ,representative of tbrt firmat and Mrs H Darlington, Howard. Page, the guests of the Royal Potnciana. The
ting West Palm Beach. The Bond Lumber Samuel D Babcock\ Jr, the Mil,". An1 I ', .
5 enough freight received and forwarded when the East Coast Hotel System Is to suspicion, and no man should floral uecoratiom.werveapeeialtypretty.a'complioient 'L rl,
5 : open dews, Mr and Mrs M E Mr and '
Inpalla .
take I I110Id. half Board of Commissioners Company never did a larger business I A" to the Canadians, toe'Brltiub .; :
to \induce such an enterprise to only willing'to, Day about that prig: serve on the Mr. Charles F Btngbam, Mr and Mrs .
who like Ca .ar', wife Is not ABOYKsuspicion. than they are now doiog...-.D l la-d Cor. dlspUytd'' a i.,.
5 ., per.boa for.the Manatee fruit,-Titus I '-org.; ; H IngaJU,, Mr and Mra Alfred flag wan dating: they' '
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I '... ''THE ACTUAL FACTS' and nieut.employed Surely than the premier at the ,present addressing mo-< For Charter.-. a $ t.C--! : ::; I Vltnl's Brand Clothing-ANTHONY'S: 4 I'

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would A craft. --- ------ --- -- .
/ the p<>opl 's representatives twenty-foot yawl rigged Suitable "x'45' I
THE DISPUTE OVER COMPULSORY know ns well what was the condition for cruising on this coast. Ad rlr
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,'i' r of the citizens as Mr. J. Gruttau Grej, 'dress or call 6u TUB' TROPICAI SON for -Theme! 8-81\(2H.: e'LJB: Call on The Tropical Real Estate Exi r

.1 ,.. 1 ARBITRATION IN NEW ZEALAND then in Europe. So fur as my power further information. '. "..'IT- change before prices on realty advancw a 'Z"vl"w"

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Ij:t'J\\(), ..". Edward Treirear, Secretary For Labor of almost observation unknown goes,in class New blttemeaIs Zealand, VIsit 'if' (Incorporated)

: .' \', of the Colony Anavrern the and moot kindly feelings exist! between c. '
r East
::!f;4r i 1( ''r False Statements Mail by J. rutnn employer and employed.. There are no Camden, SouthernPine*" and \CAF E

;'j"i Grey, ... Former Resident. beggars in the colony,*and poverty ot .Pinehurst on your way home. The \ '.
,.; I Edward Tregenr, secretary tor labor< the kind common in the big cities of iieaboardAir' Line Railway, )tethe: ... .

t t of New Zealand, writes as follows 1 to knowfT.Europe and Nowhere America In the Is world almost can un-* so only line operating double dally Adjoining Royal Poinciana Grounds on Iltl'la "f "

)s( the New York Post: be service Leave St. Augustine( : 8:66: the North.Breakfast'Luncheon ...
well clad, rosy faced people .
: many Regular Meals cents
:: My attention has been drawn to on seen together as In a New Zoalnni a. ID. and 6:10 p, m. Leave Jack. 1 35

I I.4( article la your issue of Oct 3, 1001, crowd. If they are dissatisfied and sonvllle 10:10 a. m. and 7 ::40 p. rAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Oysters, Steaks Chops Etc.
beaded "A Country Without Strikes.." condi- and Dinnerat ,;
/retting against their working _.. To Order . +
I write a few lines of comment with 1 tions, they must have the art of concealment '

01 trust a a lu.plu.tlnIIJeu., since I luivo no In high degree. *AA AAA all hours PIIIVATE DINIr(1-It00M"u' ,

I personal reason for wishing to Infix. ,1o'\urth-Thllt\ ; "the farmers are demanding Private School .t.E E Open home 6 A, M. to TA\\ Jl fJji* I t .

.1', ence the Ideas of citizens of the United repeal of tho laws from whirl Miss L. E. Iltuilry,Kveruia Str..
States In one direction or another II they are suffering"- probable, If allusion Dally Sessions. 8:30 to n a. m. I First-Class Chef 77 M6n a Served from' Zap'sBar V S ,
to the "laws of nature" is meant. .. moo: to 1:30 p. m. E +
interest In eideavortug +
i ?,I have, however some They suffer from thunderstorms, caterpillars ,. Plnno lesions by arrangement. io.J5tfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTV Cuisine and Service
to prevent the circulation ot .
sparrows, etc., as farmers do Manilla House
errors concerning Now Zealand, and I elsewhere, and they are about as ens.
venture to criticise the value of the fly satisfied' as farmers elsewhere but PRIVATE. DINING PARLORS 01 SP.ccl.Three' nor; :mile lib. : \ N

alleged facts on which your leader wa if by "laws" is meant the legislation r ".' "
o!), <.. MRS. TIFFANY
1 acnmann ... SPROUt Prop
B .
\ based. of late years the'stutement is contrary M Artist.r : 5 'Y.;>"''(, -. .. *?
,I No ever did so ,.
That bright pictures have been drawn; to fact government a
alluded to as "birds opnssage" much for farmers as that of New Zeu PARLORS PALM BEACH HOTEL Clean Rooms "
by visitors ( land. The crown ,has bought up large llott l Oiii'",t. and Cnttnwr will find Firm HOreL..Y Bplomlldty situated, facing Lake Worth, opposite
In their representations ot Ilotul) PoUiclann.
) Clues Stirvlen md n"uMontlhl.'j'urmlt.Ynllr Royal
a the effect of our labor laws and otherpI'ogl'ss'e private> estates and cut them up Into< patronage' In solicited II .A I enlarged Improved. and )quipped with up-to. And Good,
1, undeniable farms for the farmers' sons. It has: PALM BEACH HOTEL PALM REACH The Ll\ I M| S date conveniences.M '
is "
legislation mllU'nfiln low In- '
at Wholesome Food
ys borrowed Europe t
Whether such pictures produced: by hi- terest to lend to farmers in' order to I ML-1 Rates $2, $2.50, $3.00 per day. ,

telllgent observers from abroad, are to clear off mortgages at heavy Interest D1MICK &, RIEGEL _, For special weekly. rates adores j 7 WtW .rr
West West Palm B.each. 1 14.! art "The Palm," WeoLPalm Reach, Fla.I' Rates $ .oo Per Week '
y bo preferred before the inure gloomy; The crown lands have been tbrownopen PI'oprietorlilPalm. s < fit fit, "+ f

Illustrations of Mr. J. Grattan Grey 19 for selection among those who Table Board $4.50 Per Week $lt'' ir"

: a moot question. A man like :'11'. Grey; could only pay as rent .Up), interest on ..................................................... ,
WilY have lived for forty years in I a the capital value and notpay down the tftttasesss-
:('! colony, and at the end of that time his capital Itself, any money In hand being Beach Newly Furnished Throughout. ate. $1.50 P." nay i Near Corner PofnseUa and BanyatT F

'. opinions or reflections are not necessarily :thus available for stock, fencing, etc : Speelal 0.t.. by W..k. 0" \Month : Str6lo1tll' ,
either profound or valuable. Our Village settlements, homestead settlements '. .
\'ii r
\'f, politics politicians morals, society peo co-operative roads and railway DrugStore : THE i : WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. I

pie, economic conditions industrial) position works all have helped struggling set .:.... IS-l-tf '

; etc., may be all that !Mr. Grey tlern. The agricultural department bat '..'--- i Commercial HotelS ji rrrti +

I" represents; but on the other band, they beon instituted has examined blights,, ; .- -_. j
may not. I respectfully suggest that distributed seeds and roots graded butter ;
Americans should very carefully ab- and cheese for export arranged : 'I '

stain from regarding such pictures as< markets abroad and otherwise protected I. r .

photographs but should rather accept farming interests. Large sums Toilet Articles : C. W. SCHMID, Proprietor I : The PALM BEACH '6' I

.. tbem as amateur sketches, tinted by which would have helped swell the i Drugs, : \ :
f'' and InUrmi have been remitted by the government -! ,' i ,r. Maximum of Comfort .
the nationality, prejudice revenue
; 'Special Attention to All Rooms Lighted 'tAt Minimum ol Coat "? d91'vr,
ties of the painter. Such a remark, ol railways, fares lowered Fine Stationery anoDruggist's : i : IS ta rile

course, applies equally to the views freights lowered (freights free in some : .,, Travelling Men With Gas : Thre..hundrod sunny room with or y

presented by the "birds of passage" cases, such as lime for manuring. land) Sunories. S .I. without and bnth.I'lassa lIt'o.elnuHltot..ula frontline on 4
I' but in a less degree, since their private and considerable local concessions : Free Sample Room : Lake Worth. '

,{ relations to the colony are unlikely to made... I cannot understand under T3i-tr !I Orchestra. New York Chef and lip
d jtj 'v +
be overstralned.t what laws the farmers suffer. Not PrescriptionsCartifiilly East Coast Business Solicited.Compound+* ....oo.oo...<*.....*4......oo..o.eo..oooot..o.o.oolTHE i t ,
Get off at Poinciana It'wy HtatlonCITAS. '
t Leaving, however, the personal question under the ordinary labor laws, which
p''.d as to your Informant, allow me to'f generally affect only 'manufactories WEST PALM B1<.JAcU. 6-10.6! A. STONE : .. ys R

touch upon some of the industrial and shops, offices, etc. Can it be an allusion TRAVELERS: SIDNEY MADDOCK, Proprietor I
economic matters Involved In your ar to compulsory arbitration? In the 'Y'
'f .-------- .
ticle. The assertions, generally, are: last session of parliament member after New'Idea in Trunks.The .

First-That compulsory arbitrationhas member representing country dig- NEW MANAGEMENT,-
"turned out a disastrous failure. trlcts spoke! against an amendment to
Second.-That the general economic the arbitration bill, in which it was VOSS HOUS
MRS. N. F. GARCIA Prop'r Jacksonville Fla.
outlook of the colony is far from being proposed to exempt the agriculturaland I '
I The reasonable it
mo't Boarding 1Ji.
"roseate in tint. pastoral occupations from its op.
I Third.-That "self seeking men" in indignantly House in West Palm Beach..
erations. "Why, they Electric Lights Electric Bells! Baths, Complete Service
a parliament have "seriously strained the naked, "why should tbe benefits bestowed Board and Lodging t1 Pad Dar 1'tr: Week

relation between employer and em on the manufacturing Industries The Best' $2.00 day Hotel in Florida $6 t
Kvornla Street,Just East of Ticket OITlrti,
ployee. by compulsory arbitration be denied -
Fourth.-That the farmers are "de- to settlers In the country districts Take, carat the Union Depot and auk the. Conductor to top Si I the Traveler. 12-1 MltS. E. C. VOSs, Prop,

.' manding repeal of the laws from which ?" Almost unanimously they fs #

t'' they are suffering." passed the new stringent and compul- 3
.. To answer even these few poIntsI ;3 a"a r lAAN '
clauses of that arbitration bill. .
sory SHeeN; Civil Engineering> and Surveying' J, R HIGIITOWER!; Don't Forget
I ) with anything like the fullness they No stronger answer could be made by Y I 1,1.
properly\ require would take up more than made by them Locating and Estimating Timber(both Pine
the farmers was
f than I dare to petition the editor and jCyprewi: ), Selecting. and Grading Orange Sheen h & HiejitowerFRANKI.YN i
Space such law
and if
on that occasion aiid Vegetable' Lands a Specialty. That we have, at all times,
in reference to them
r'i'/ i' for. I may say : them suffering their heroic self .
causes My prorenalon hag carried me over all part.
arbitration" a choice: : line of ,
First.-"Compulsory (asit
martyrdom is beyond praise.I of the southern peninsula of Florida, and by .
L bus been nicknamed) Is so far from Stailman Dresser Trunk REAL ESTATE
thank you, sir, beforehand for the p..rllOnalob.ervalion. I find great opportunities
\ being a disastrous failure that It Inhere to for profitable Investments. in Timber Orange FLORIDA
opportunity of being allowed present Represent. a new Idea in trunk. It I* a WESTERN
.1! considered a pronounced success an accurate view of the state of portable, drea..liift' cane' ,with drawer instead of| and Vegetable. Lands,especially. in the wild and '
1 Only a revolution could displace It. have had trays; a piece: fur everything Irom n hut: to e unsettled pans,where the land is mostly owned. Lands for sale In all parts of '
this colony, as I see it. It we collar button,and the bottom'I in an accesHible o
i 4 Last session an amending act was the misfortune to lose Mr. J. Grattau the top Cunts no more than a good box trunk.Nhipiu'b by large corporations, who have never had the Southern Florida, thlDTO/ed and MEATS z
r ) passed whereby the boards of conciliation C. O. !>,. with privilege to examine, land graded. according to quality but all priced;!. |.
Grey we must comfort ourselves by Two- en( stamp for illustrated catalogue, the same. Write for particulars. ununproveu.Box
(which have no power of enforcing
their recommendations> were practically the thought that our loss la Ireland'sgain. still F. A. STALL MAN, 854/ West Palm Jlench, Florida PALM BEACH and LAKE
Nevertheless the colony Live
and Dressed Turkeys
set aside in favor of the court floats. liSw".t/ Spring> Street. WO 11 Til properties, includingsome

,I. of Arbitration that can enforce Its r-a-lyr COLUMBUS OHIO. of the nicest waterfront Town property.We Chickens, Butter,
awards with all the of the supreme
+ powers The Darden We Get From Europe, carry a large list of tbe most desirable cottages in town, tor Cheese Eggs Etc.
,I. *f' 5 court-nay, with even higher "The Spiritual Life of the roor" was ,
powers, since against the dictum of Felix Adler's sale, furnished and unfurnished.
I the subject of Professor
the president of the arbitration court address before the Society of Ethical Wheel Chair Liverv

there is no appeal. Here then, as answer Culture at the Carnegie Lyceum New Attention ;'
Prompt to Mall Orders.
calumnies Residences and Business Blocks .,',
abroad Interested
to set by
said In
I York, the other day. He part:
persons we have the spectacle of "The major portion of the poor In our\ New Wheels . .

d,, the years'people experience of a of colony compulsory, after seven arbi- city rope's are population from the people lower strata who of have Eu Polite Attendants a Orange, Pineapple and Vegetable Lands, in Faber Bro's. Market {

trntlou, and reapproving its
a been oppressed by the classes of rflis- '
principle. Our nearest colonial neighbor Quantities to suit Purchaser.
I sin Germany, Italy and ether t4
Hungary, Prompt Service West Palm Beach.
t '/ New South Wales sent one of its countries for centuries. We in ,
h f .1 lending Judges across to us to investigate America must pay the penalty for Call and examine our list. III9O3BICYCLES .,.... Y!
I the working of our act on the o m
in Eu-
crimes committed
spot. As a result that colony has just .oppression saddled JEFFERSON BUILDING West Palm Beach Fla. ::
centuries We
rope ago. Wheelmen furnished who are familiar
passed a compulsory arbitration act of ra-o-tf ,
with a problem and its solution due to
:K I a drastic character than for a aWheel4
a more ours ,
causes that we never originated. These with all points of interest on both
there are no boards of conciliation provided I
poor people are suffering from oJ
for New South Wales. South an Inefficiency in nowise due to ides of Lake ''Worth. kept In firat-clnss" condition \ i

Australia and Western Australia have their own efforts. The classes made EVERGLADE PRODUCE CO. When you want to rent ,
+ similar legislation on our model. them what they are and for hundreds a good,easy-riding Wheel, go to ':
Strange that as we have failed, our

t f near neighbors are so blind as to follow of Normal years circumstances hindered their probably development.would! JONES & SPEED,'..Prop's.' E. PORTER
'. Into the into which flounder :
us pit we Y
have made them the equals of us, but for
'd 1 4 oil In 1804\ v Headquarters .
A they have been borne down with the *
West Palm Beach Florida.
: Second.-The general economic out And Get.
oppression and sheer misfortune. e .
look of the colony. We were told "
1, .j years ago that the effect of labor legislation Live and Dressed Poultry A Rambler' I '.
For National Labor Law.
would be to "drive capital out oft
t the colony," yet after ten years of labor The committee on federal relations 13"" Order filled for Choice Indian Country Produce "r

' j r. I legislation capital has not yet of tbe Massachusetts legislature ban i
\ Y spread Its wings for flight. Indeed cap reported favorably to the house on the I River Oranges. .. Wheels For Sale.
" \ + ital has extended its operations so resolution In favor of aa amendment I tl-ljtf Fresh Country Eggs

. .; l ,! much that cur factories,'which la 1804 to the United States constitution which And General Repair Work done by an .. ,

I;? employed 23,331:) : bands, now employ would permit congress to regulate the and Expert Repairs' *
i hours of labor in the several status. Auxilliary Yacht"ARTHUR Grapefruit Oranges '
b over B3.00O-that is, the work: bas more Olive Street -
This resolution has been: presented to s. West Palm Beach: r
:: than doubled. The total trade of New ",J
' f Zealand advanced from J04.0OO.OOO Iq18SU previous legislatures. This year at the B"

I t to $117,000.000 in 1900. ..Statlstlcsf' committee hearlng.lt" was supported by FRESH VEGETABLES.isSit
't:f'l'J show that the private property in the the counsel of the Arkwright club AGENCY

4 f' colony was In 1801 of the value of which la the organization of the factory :Makes dally trip between .

I:. '' $728.000.000; in 1000 it had grown to owners of the state and has usually i :
I" the value of 1114000000. To the opposed any legislation desired by the CONTINENTAL
latter add 220000.000 value of public employees. Mauy cotton manufacturers West Palm Beach and C. A., J. 'CRIPE 14
desire a law which would equalize
property .and tbe assets are worth
c-oiiHlderatlon. The revenue of the colony the hours of labor in New England and Munyon's Island PLANT

.. in 1001 was $:.'I>.00.000 and showed the southern states.A HHAD1,1UA1YfERfb: FOR C COMPANY

an Increase of $1.3oi.ttOO over the 1
return of the preceding year. I do not Proirrea.lTe Union. .::Stopping at all Point ol Interest: Of Kittrell NI C.

wlnli to weary the reader with figures. The Brotherhood of Tailors has In. Fine Jewelry,-Novelties Artistic Shell Goods and ."i

r I but 1 cannot see In what way the colony creased Its dues and established sick
l. decadent and death benefits. This indication of in SouvenirsWedding, : : Black Aluminum Nov

t Third.-In regard to the relations be- stability and permanence, it is expected Steamer leaves West Palm Beach HTRA.WHEBKY PLANTS!

tw<">n employer and employee being will attract to the brotherhood a at 10.30 A.M. Returning, Birthday and Holiday : : cities, Toilet Articles and UabbagTomato sad Celery .

': strained may I ask whether good feelIng membership surpassing all past records. CARNATION 1
114 promoted by strIke., lockouts, arrives at 4,301UI.\ (Gifts: S a e Toilet Sets in Sterling. A Specialty PINKS .',

picketing. I'inUerton's detectives, etc.1 _
x157 Compulsory arbitration certainly has VnlanlntB of Great Britain. w. handle BOMS and Flowering Plant tot

c t not stralned\*"' hls feeling. Last session The year 1001 added 100,000 to the found-Trip Fare I". 15 Cents A Foil Line of Latest Magazines, n4 Periodical Always On Hand. O, J.. Tuber Olea Bt. Mary Via.
of parliament the night Hon. Mr. Bed- number of trade ,unionists In Great A share of yoar p.tron.ge.oltolted.
(a Britain. In round numbers this vast --
i labor well
who la minister for as
IIH don.premier declared to the bouse of army of organized workers now reach.e. N B.-Plnest blue fishing' and trolling Wrest .Palm Beach. MAIL OKPKR9 PROMPTI.Y PILLED S/

n representatives, "There bal never been 2.00O.OOO,, of which 122,000 are female on :Lake Worth L'Baer Seminole Hotel Address PRANK COrgy: !

a'll t a. butter fueling between employ *. Dedtr r.ltu, 4lH-tZ '. ';. lfoa-tf J P,0., ?lox 144, Went pmfl|. s

&7d't' aat'iti Iiw& ema+i+ aioargwt 't + n'r a '+ t' !11- !,. ,!a1'1r,6S.. "'""" .;...' .. ... ,.
rfrnr'C 'Ye rr.: :;,,;:: :. ..., ; .:,' o-- .I;;", r. uk4

ran jtMHK '1iil"ItII) ,( l I ." ,.. S ",, n' ',.".If .'',,". ." ,..' .'', a.--V r


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I eecurtt UNITED IK-I-N'nni-Workuliop;Iptnsr WORKME Not Neb.. em- 1YOOBYJOOBL! .E.GRUBER I f DEALEUIN.1 ... HARDWARE '..

"7" Too many of our members are disposed CROCKERY and

jf. JInsonry occupies a position in the to think that It IS sufficient to se Stove Wood r
jsYw "TTf, tbat, the ph'slclaTft or even cure new members, but experience has
b>\ jtptflntor cannot fill, mys( Tho OrSSI taught us tliat it Is Just as Important Delivered to Arty Part of Town; FURNITURE.
Friend. to keep them after they have been secured :
!.''! iWws' liar vigils!. t"""'{ are d .
nt.ah t -'- and that In order to do that the "
,. >11I All l Kinds of Boat Coods.
w.smdSBtlfy iliipel1ses'without lodge meetings must bo made InterestIng Leave orders at Wood Yard, on Cle.

money and with- and enjoyable to them says The malls Avenue, near the railroad track Bicycle end Bicycle 8undrt St.....,Tinware,Door,Snub sad Blind

b out price, *na. ; to crow all, it is done Overseer. To this end there should be or address & All KindsofF1slJng Tackle and goods
1 .. an Interestingand t Sporting
impressive ritual, .
a tad Iii not J. T. SHELL +
.. rurt or right hand which iftnkea the work of the order in tiamlin Stove, Blue Flam Keronca Oil Sloven.
t ;:,1,-r a measure on entertainment. The ritual PROPRIETOR.. 0-0-tl Gla..wareL.mp.and Lrmlrrm H rriwm IJn Moady MI.edP.ist '
I8"'M." Orders Given Prompt Attention. 11.1-07
must be well rendered and there ,
President; Roosevelt has
accepted tbe .
must be occasion for rendering It In ,
|invitation| of tho grand: ,
; lodge of Penn- .
y. Vlvania, Free and Accepted Masons to bers.the continuing Incoming of new mem 0 olRokokottokoKo.ottostoko.tottoetoKotoaorottatoKo.tororost IO ,

; Sliest on Tuesday Nov. 4 next, atIon
o i of the one hundred and Grand Master Workman Smith of PAUL C. JONES.. W. C. 11INNICK: Y Truscott Boat MTg Co. .Vo
South Dakota la asking the lodges of 1 ,
to ory of the initiation of 3*
that state te make an Increase of 23! 0o o"o
,. on Into the Masonic CONSTRUCTORS 011'i
n President : cent before the lilt of next June in order JONES &; MINNICKh
r. Roosevelt became
.:lAvo years ago, joining a the to supreme win a lodge premium and of offers$2,000 to from die i High Grade Pleasure Craft J
{ ()d4tt"'ut; Oyster Bay N. V. George
tribute the $2,000 'when won In premiums 2

ngton\org, Md.was, on initiated Nov. 4, 1752.at Fred- to the lodges winning It. h .. Building Contractors. ttf Vapor Marine Motors. x !

I'I 'worshipful master upon big In- the In A looking, O. U.around W. Is don't offering forget the that best 'ill J. D. C. MORRIS, Agent, 85' Y

X *Nation received> agrees into his that lodge no visitor without shall due the protection Kansas for'Workman.the least Don't money take says up R Only the Best of Mechanics V S 'West' Palm Beach; Florida! I ,

(Fxarnlnatlon: and "producing proper with, anything in the experimentalstage o o o o .o o ; o o o .o .o .o .oo o .o o .o o o .o isol.ol.ol.a1 0 '
vouchers of his having been Initiated but tie to something that bas a Employed on Our Contracts II
In a regular lodge." Every master ,
record behind It and is doing businesson
x ould tee to" It that this agreement is principles that smack of perpetuity. O. A. GALE ,,C,,,,?,. CTJTTBELL ,
+4 icily enforced. The United Order of Workmen Is i WEST PALta BEACH .. FLORIDA

p Vo like the word "fraternity" as ap- talking of drawing a line upon admit- -,; MANGONIA BOAT WORKSC.
%- edto Masonry rather than the word ting those engaged in the "risky" occupations '
3 3oE3a
order,"says The Pacific Mason. Many refused by many lodges. t 5 C. CUTT11ELL, Manager; :
::-; he "Cheap John" modern secret "
a P.S are culled orders, while Masonry ORDER OF'ELKS.A 12120ttG. Shipwright, Caulker and Spar Maker. f:
s i the grand old fraternity of brotherly
W. S. BELL ,
I Popular Grand Trn.<. -Lodge "
18, new temple In Crawfordsvllle, Notes and Goiialp.

""I 1 will cost nearly $50,000.: No brother of the grand lodge Is Contractor Builder and Boat Shops. west side Lake

5. Masonic temple to'cost 95,000,000: more familiar with the details. of administration and ,
-- -- -- - ---- -- ,
) ':\" II One of the early day twentieth century or more faithful to Its Interests at MAN GONIA.to,

ter, ;' f plans In New York. than Joseph WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDAThe Estimates Jurnlshed on New or Old Work. ..

The grand lodge of Massachusetts T. Fanning Vessels hauled out and taken of for the
'rye care Summer.
i" ordained that b brother may boko of Indianapolis erection and repairing of Buildings of all descriptions given perso .
,, A an active member of more than lodge, attention PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED tJsarAll: Work Done With Neatness and Dispatch. ; '
ON APPLICATION. All work well and promptly '
,,d, i lodge at the came Itlme. This Is who la one of done. Reference* given if desired.Completely PEA 8KiFF8 A SPECIALTY n-i-M r
rary to general usage In the Unit. the grand trustees ,
(States, says The Keystone, but ac- lie Is well Equipped for First-Class Plumbing I '

Is[ with common practice In the known to a Residence on Evernia Street, near Lake Front. F. O.. Box 361. LAKE
of large majorityof 1-a.tf
Jges England. BOATtGWORKS, r
order, ---- -
{[Masonry la pot religion, but It Is re- and his servicesto rAN T. ROSE

*lous. It teaches a reverence for the the grand Want Launches, Yachts Sail and Fish Boats,{ Row Boats and Dinghyi J

nno! and attributes' of God s j I lodge are almost a Built 'to Order, Overhauled, Repaired: or Hauled Out J,
King Frederick '(II. of Denmark
synchronous 1 I'
'grand master of Masons,up to the time with the I Yards at Mangonia. i

e1. hl. death In 1804.\ I' j foundation of : House Built ? 10-13 tf. P. O. address WEST PALM BEACH, FLA I

r'' '; :fie In some lodges-and n / his lodge In _
+' [very good too-to read portions of 1881. Mr. Fan- --- -- -;--- .t
one II. T. Grant Contractor and Builder Is to
prepared give
the constitution and bylaws every JOSEPTt T. Jr :NNlNG. nlnff was the Do You Want a
lodge night when' 'there Is no work or first district deputy for Indiana and prompt service and satisfactory work to nay one need. STEA1VIBOAT9?

Lbusiness before the lodge. It-keeps the1 has for many years been Indefatigable ing anything In the construction line] We have them to Sell,and If we have /
In his labors for the none on hand tosult,we can build
embers posted. cause of the or- Call on or address Just what you want ".
der. His agreeable personality and Unflinching

; ODD FELLOWS. loyalty In friendship have gin T. GRANT, We are also PreparedTo
r en him the prominence which be EST
lastly deserves.Newark so fe r 6.6.1002 PALM BEACH FLORIDA. Furnish I
A Painter Far Noble Grand*-Triple ,
Link Note*. (N. J.) lodge Is la a most Pumping Outfits for Irrigation. :
'It is a common complaint among prosperous condition, having more than
n+ older members of the order that lodgesessions 400 members and Initiating at the rate JaMES meL H0LLEY I Write or call on on for Anything in ,'
'1e last until too late an hour, of about five each week, while its treas- Our Line that you need.
Odd Fellows' The noble- ury shows a surplus of over 7000. ..... 'l
says Sittings. '+.--- BUILDER __- Merrill-Stevens i
grand who wishes to Increase attend- Dubuque (Ia.) lodge Initiated a class Engineering.
ance will do well to note this objection. .
,, Open your lodge meeting promptly at Dallas (Tex.) lodge bus perfected Its'*VEST I-e.ti PALM BEACH FLORIDA JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,

the time! stated In the bylaws push plane for Its new lodge and clubhouse 13'24 PROPBIIITOR :
Jacksonville Marine +
business with dispatch have a pleasant III the most modern ti''e.' the cost being Railways
half hour under good of the order and In excess of$20;>00, and when completed FURNISHED ROOMS in a most de. Geo. S. ,
Hackerk&SonMANUFACTURERS; ] .'
close lodge In good season. Do this I it will be one of the handsomest ruble i location. Enquire- TROPICALSUN

regularly and the chances are that the clubhouses In the Lone-Slur State. office. II{ BOND & BOND COMPANY
j.., lodge attendance will Increase. .0. B. R. Charles E. Plckett Is con i

TI ji fraternal orders have done won- slcftrliig and will probably grant a dispensation (INCOltrOUATEO.) .
deraioward reforming the drunken.It for a new lodge In'Manila I :
Is a rare thing to see an intoxicatedOdd Philippine Islands There are 200 applicants i MANUFACTURERS OF '
Fellow. on the charter list, and forty -

. Fraternal visits from members of resident Elks Indorsed their applica Build Houses '
other lodges make meetings more In- I
More Houses.
(0.) lodge the loss
teresting. A good way to stimulate visitation mourns II l '.
Is to let the brothers knowwhen of its exalted ruler Bro. W. A. liar-
and where you meet and Invite them man who died in that city recently. Repair Houses. Flooring Siding and Ceiling.0- Brick Lime and Cement. Y r: "

N to meet with you.1i' Shop work,
Signs of awakening interest In the r
+ proposal to make the sessions of the Repairing: or OF '

supreme grand lodge biennial are observed $ Dock Building.Call Doors, Sash, OFFICE AND'' YARDS 31.1902 .i

t.. ,, In many of the journals of theorder Blinds, MouldingsAND ON F. E. C. RY. .. I :
published In tbe states.
Mr. Lelttrd a member of tbe grand The past year's record In Maccabee- on or addressM. Between Poincetta St. and Lake Worth.

lodge of Missouri recently gave tbe ism Is great mid glorious. The supreme J. YARBOROUCH Building Material,
sum of $3,000 toward the'el.ectioD of an tent can count It the proudest annual

Odd- Fellows' home In that itate-a period In all Its history In the aggregate West Palm Ueach. Fin.IM CHARLESTON, S, C. $>3<>c$3c o'$ae + ;Joc+ 'IOo : .
noble gift for a noble purpose. of new members admitted and -. 11'x' Largest Factory South.

benefits distributed. Total new certificates Send for Price. TO ALL INTERESTED
Order of Scottish Cl.n.. written lu 1001 were 03,000. Of
these 50,028:! were life benefit and 12,* OKok01tO KOttOetOkortOKOISOIROate0
The Order of Scottish Clans paid out tt
278 were social. The net increase in -TII: -
to the beneficiaries of dead members
during the last term $34,000 and for membership was 33843.: Of this net t A C. Dittmar, t
i a. llHonso |
Increase all were life benefit members
000.the whole year the amount was $01- except11.Beehlve\} 0 DfAt.KIl ami- Peninsular Electric Construction
-itough t.
In 1001 there were 404 new tents Instituted. ,

tf+f, for The the prizes largest offered net Increase by the royal In memo clan I Built ? $$1Y Dressed hrimber COMPANY 0-.. ,

bershlp for the past term were awarded In Indiana 3.380 new members Joined
to the following! clans: First prize, the order in 1001. 0 Shingles Doors, Sash, Blinds, IS NOW open to the patronage of the public of West

Clan McGregori; No. 1. Quincy, Mace? If you cannot do all you would like I |io Mouldings. Brick, lima 4 Palm Beach and vicinity.
t second prize. Clan Fraser, MO. 1, Pawtucket to do as a tent, do the best you can. and Builders' Hardware. Electric Construction of All Kindt!
All the of the tent Is
i. R..I.; third prize, Clan Gordon, power supreme ItI .
1:.; No. 12 Barre VtKnights at the disposal of the tent that clearly 0 FORT PIERCED; FLORIDA Annnno to.. demonstrates that It Is doing Its best.A I Contractor | ALL WORK UUAKAKTEEU.: it
r of Malta. Maccabee benefit certificate works LIGHTWOOD POSTS

Fast Supreme Commander Sir Wil for you noiselessly Incessantly, profit- and BuIldexi First Class Lightwood; Posts tot Offices In Jefferson Block, 10-18-tf

liam T. Falllne of California died re ably. .* Pineapple Covering and other purposes P. O. 394. West Palm Beach, Fla.

Gently Kal.-ht. of Honor. o Is prepared to fill your order Jf AddressH. I
,A new commandery Is in process of The order Is on tho upward track In B. HOWARD gboCfrpCgOflCg&a? $JcC"JCC': ?iK3e ,.
organisation at Lancaster Pa. Itt old Kentucky:: Three new lodges have promptly and In workmanlikeJ{J ?i.1j I

.jwlll be uniformed and non beneficial. recently been instituted In that state manner. Estimates furnished, "oo Sebastian, Fla
Mystic Star commandery at Beading and the good work still goes on. Jt

Pa., will bold a Red Cross council, Deputy Blbley keeps the good work >' on construction work of every _o Lumber and Material:1

iWtth thirty-two novitiates, on April 21. moving In New Hampshire. The Granite o 0-description. jj D. M. GEAURIDEAU, Building :
State la going to show a net gainIn
1002. O ,.> *N -W%<. JlI 0 PALMS SHAVING PARLOR. t.'. ,.
r .. Everything in the Building Line .. ;
\ There Is only one way In which members I Flrxt-rlnxs Ton.orlu work bl tbe 4
West Palm Beach 'Florida'S| "Old ItelleMw"SHOP
JATERNdLISCLIANY can be epcured and that; la by UNDER HOTEL PALMS Lime Sash Nails ""It
asking men to ;join the order. They f. } >
will not come looking after you andbt'g liolsols ol.o7ioiiuko 'West Palm Beach. rJa. cement Doors Paints v Builders Hardware :\ :

of to be taken In.Kalalat. ale olsoSSOl.oSSOit .'t ,
The total membership of tbe Bgns Turned Work and Mill
st. George in between 23,000 and 24,- W H, ARTSON House Orders a Specialty + \ ', ,:
of Columbus.The of an Kinds ,
Inve.ted. $250,000.:
funds HOUSES.
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order bas branches in thirty I I BUILD 'I' '
a Fraternalism means -the binding well to states the District of Columbia and TAILORINC- GEO. F. PADDISON Eau Gallie, Fla. o J. t
of the for mutual 4
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while living and for tile protection In q'
being Its Branches
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vent rising The one fear In from the of caring some future unforeseen for'which his family will event pre U I,The 173.order wan organized In Connecticut Contractor aid Builder PRESSING CLEANING, AlbRrt Kaulmanu The_Photographer T i ii-i:

of ri>cerUQcate In 1882 as a purely fraternal body. .
removed by the possession Specl6ca tlonl on Application DYEING AND REPAIRING Studio In 5chmld Block, Upstair ? r
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objects were changed and it began to P. O. Box 134 WEST PALM BEACH
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spread to all parts of the country. ; '
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i; THE TROPICAL SUN. but It can't be helped. We'resorrybut :: A FRANKENSTEIN.-- APPEAL TO THE PEOPLELight we/"il slstjyii.'t !:.lied: Immovable ourm I>l\0s taut In! -vain against' was which the -, SPECIAL---PRIVILEGES. \ .jl

/ not Bad. 1.0.; Folk R i,nl>II..*na Deirln t.. .
//I tn.hnt we bUll tliiunelitl diprrHslonan )
"' Pioneer P.perof Dud County Plcn" Id*. rr. flee It In Protective 'l'ark.At .
.---- ._ MI, 117ROi last the Republican' comiiiou: folk; Will Be
Thrown Upon Republican -
udmlnlHUittlun" <>r Mt. f1 ve- These Are at the Bottom of AH / CL
< COMPANY THE TROPICAL SUN SOUGEHTS the are beginning to realize the full form |
and land and pr"KplWIIInl1\ good l times jo-'
//p, GUY I. MBTCALP( HoiTom.UBLI name of Judge W. D. Young,of Jacksonville and ferocity of the Frankcuatcl! they Tyranny Perfidy. der the admlnlHtialluu of !Mr. Mo 'In- Our Industrial Troubles. /< ; Mlfl

( j.j -- as the successor of Justice crouted for themselves whom they ratl- ley. I do' not believe that the Democratic

if > MIO IVIMV FRIOAY W. II. Mabry, who will decline"a, reelection flu'd the McKluley-Dlnglcy Issue CIVILIZATION B7 THE BAYONET, party was to bla um for the one --- > <,

{ ;" AT MUST PALM SIAOM DAD COUNTY.,"LORIO.A.+- to theBupreme bench, where- tl1l' In the light of pending fact, and I do not believe: that the( Republican THE LABOR AND CAPITAL Gdif*** *

they cam see how, hard:\ and fast 1* tba party WitS entitled to tbe
SVBSCRIPTION\ PRICE. $2.00 A YEAR.! upon another newspaper gravely credit for the other. But the
favored argument
Blip wiilch they helped the How the American People Were y osHerts that no Duval County man bnnod on these facts were' hilguty and .t _.tW.p
i or West Film Beach manufacturer nnu trusts to get upon Wheedled la the Phtllitptue Affair
Bntertd at the Fontofnce
will the ermine. Well well did prevail. The people, in fact did Muses br''a n 1 : I ti MFlabt
a. aeawad.c1aN.matter. ever wear the throat of the nation. Shall the FnMloB of an Hoar rim '
Vote for Imperialism but they ouly Intended J. Between Labor a" +t}
well I Can no good thing come out and the Destinies of This Repabllo For '
The president congress are being .
i r to vote for "tUe full dinner ..1.1 --..... ... A .I..t 'Ii;: 0"
f FRIDAY, MAKC1I 2H, 1002.r of Jacksonville?Cocoa-Hock ledge, boHtegcd and bombarded with petitionsand evert / pall./ P.rtlat\;w tt\ +nat 1..t"'rpNfit.iT."j'' .,; !>&t.UItr.! "- ".... :.r i

News. protests against the tariff strangulation During the course of Ills remarks ID In addition to that !'Ur. President, -, "et I

1 DAY, TUB PRESENT CHAIRMAN of the which this country ia applyingto the United States senate on the Philippine the war party, when it has control of If people could ouly be induce
BURR SUITS BROTHER ANDREWS. our infant ward In chancery, the Island the bus a great, advantage quit talking about a coulllct bet"'ee"
tariff bill Senator Edward W government
t 9 Railroad. Commission is a candidate labor, l
of Cuba. Men of that country capital, it would be a grea| f
: over Its adversaries. Tills, Is due not
I for re-election. lIe ought to be re Let's! gee out of the old rut. Let's whose characters are beyond reproach CtirmacU of Tennessee said: gala to economic progress and'the pu II' i". .
only to the tact that war culls to the
John Bright, the (treat digital "
; tired at the end of his present term. shake up some new ideas. For a and whose testimony is proof against statesman, once /said that the greatest surface the worst pnajlons of mankind lie good. .'."._ ,
L He resigned his position with the change, let's do some thinking for contradiction have made It plain to our dimmer to our Institutions Is surprise ; but It Is due also 40( the fact that There Is, as we shall lie 1" ,. '. ",. ', Ilt a
mt reason for the qei1c """ .
Plant S.\'stem to accept the appointment ournvlves. Tough; Job, eh ? For authorities Industries that ,the of right Cuba-sugar and left band the danger that some bold( and brilliant at such a time the war party has al. between these twos; b1eirae4 'u-c, : ':;r .
pillar a.nd "
most complete control of the source. 'r ,?
u tia Railroad Commissioner, and ,years past, a coterie of gentlemen, tobacco-aro being destroyed by our leader will commit hIs party Hud the Is not, never was /and never anu ': :
of knowledge by public opinions ofP:
be allowed to returnto Imagining themselves to be "the country to some new policy that bus conflict between labolc.1t:: \ : :::- 14
he to
i now ought ; customs exactions and that the inevitable never been maturely considered and | Instructed and informed, ami. .1 i Is ', 4

ti take his old position in privatelife. committee of the whole" thing, have result will be the speedy Impov- accepted. I ask In all seriousness if also almost impossible! sir, for any Labor capital ia 'work Is 1 wealth engaged engaged lu produjl + rand

The ruilronda/ furnish too m' ny essayed to suggest all the good po eilshnient, disorganization and despair wo are not today In the midst of the party or any admlnlBtiatlon to resist duction. They, are natural, 'I'j f

of our State officials for the good of litical moves to be made, or should' of the Cuban Deoolo. very danger against which we were the temptation to use 'Hits power for helpers of each other. 4
On this President Roosevelt
subject Its own benefit. We lave boll illustrated
solemnly warned? Who duos! not believe
County be ] and If the bald-headed Capital as such cannot posol wI
the tux pllyers.-Citrus made said to congress in his message: at tko time of the Afghan war
that In the sudden adoption of '
foe to labor.' It ls'only when It hi
editor other thinker "I most ask attentionto
Chronloie. independent earnestly
your this policy tbe whole country and even lu 1840-a war in which, there was a
a pernicious) partner thaf the taint
( r0A or brainy man of experience and the wIsdom Indeed to the vital need the Republican party wel'e' not taken ,great catastrophe to the English armsa hostility aud becomes

:: good borse sense got in or out ofmeotin' of providing for a substantial reduction by surprise? Who can pretend that It disaster that may l>e described lu oppression
II : : BUR--; in the tariff duties on Cuban imports tile simple statement that out of a

\i gents that the draining, of the Everglades and suggested something/ pro into the United States.! Cuba has was ever? If maturely at &onsldeied time! before and the accepted moving host of 10,000 who set out on This: pernicious partner is monopob
any or call it by what name you .
bono publioo! or words to that effect in her constitution ulllruied what wedesh.I1 plejf
immense their retreat from Kabul only one man
; may carry away an thunder of Dewcy's guns In Manila charter, franchise, protective tailffj..
t bout i minor county office or the that she should stand Jn Interim reached his destination to tell the story
i' quantity of warm water, and thus any buy It bad been proposed that this vorable locution, any special prlvifl'
"J render Dude County more liable to fitness of Bill John Henry to, fill It, tlonn I matters In closer and more country enter upon a policy of foreign of massacre and of de tructlon. Tbe whatsoever w
friendly relations with us than with
English! people were enraged. The e
that it should become ruler
the; grim silence of dissent fell us conquest, a Since the beginning of economic
';' the liHH8troua effects of blizzards. pn allY oilier power, und we are bound by laid before parliament were 1\:\ p
I and the
:1', 1 i'1 I:: just. an the cutting away of timber him or it, like the pall of death. every consideration of honor and expediency of runt tropical of distant archipelagoes pro'hlcell.the PI'opo..111would ty- mutilated by the government, and the oppressed tory it has the been musses monopoly anti taken that tf5,' v

:' P';'". Fellowcitizene, these things should to pass commercial measures people were made to believe that the
has ruined the, orange industry In have shocked thd national conscience them their just living. feg 1h1.
In the Interest of her material well be due simply to the innate dev-
t Central and North Florida There be no more. Whose political stock and would have been overwhelmed war was In old time kings either

; ire we, the people, that we should be ing. In one universal voice of protest lllHhness of ,the Afghan ruler and his ollcs in their own lands a* a nieoj ypNA
: may he more in this than at first We do(> not think there Is a Republican people. Years afterward when the

t hc'ultht. It: In a matter that should d'tated'! to by bosses ? In -congress, however hidebound in 'and would condemnation.have been Tbe impossible very full dispatches were published and squeezing' money from the pool\ l t g
thought bar them to their favorites. ,
$ j !I... iltv.'stlgltt.ed.-DeLand. News. Whose imbeciles are we, 'that we the cult of Chinese wall protection, to any considerable number of the wben all the facts were known, It was lu or modern gave times monopolies are I Jj; ,
) should have few who would deny those final avermentsby I revealed that the Afghan ryjer' from
a stock-jobbing pol- American people except, when their
!> li and kept by; partial legislation or by
e. If Cuba bad
the president passed
a attitude of entire friendliness had
ticiana do ? blood was fevered with tile passion of an of senate
our thinking actual bribery parliaments, a
\ Into the of Great Britain as sho
power been goaded to fury and desperationby '
J Wonder when the Honorable Jos"ph'8 A few months will pass, and then bas Into the power of this country and sent war. that Mr. the President pardon" wo of shall a single not hour con- the base and blundering perfidy of congresses. legislatures and city e 'jt'\t".

i will and the time of the primaries nnd elec- her appeal were addressed to parliament ells. ; .
\ managers ever see shall ax the destinies this republic the British government.In Monopolies give the power of ailing 4
realize the necessity for flipping the thou; will come Amongother officers, Instead of to the American con- forever. 1857: a British fleet threw shot and wealth so easily and effect! : ,,

political wings; of Dade's! political State Railroad Commissioners will gress. We are told that tbe 8up/'eme.coIII.t shell into tho city of Canton, China, that they have always been stT 'r
who Is
But Secretary thoroughly -
Director? When will bin, superiorsstop tl\\ to choose.. Lots of magnificent/ Informed by personal, visitation to of the United States has decided this for three weeks. Men like Gladstone after. They have been sought aeagerly P ,
Mr. Piesl- and Disraeli and the present Marquisof
against us but '
question ; that human nature has
to estimate the menace h* in to political failures will loo.n up and the Island and by official -reports, ,W
founders of tIle two Salisbury denounced the action of '
dent. the two been able to resist the foulness of, ,4 m
:r Mr.\ Fla ler's interests! and enterprises demand the support of 118, the peo- speaks yet more strongly In his roport great political I parties now existing in tbe government in this matter. They means for gaining: the advantage t }

by his vicious and impolitic i'le, mainly because we don't know as follows: thin country rejected with scorn the were held up to execration for suppoitlng give. F,4
i "Tha of Cuba Is, to
methods and operations? When much shout it. peace necessary proposition that the decisions of that an "Insolent barbarIan"Vbo The conservative New York Ever!
United States the
tho of the :
peace had "Insulted the British flag" and de-
bo binding
tribunal should upon the
high Post said recently cause
will they heed Tbe sentiment and The News takes pleasure in intrd- health of Cuba is necessary to tbe a
lied the of tbo British
their consciences G8 'a rule of political authority gov bid( govern meat., In that city lay in i th *vW <
antagonisms cre-ited aud fostered ducing to its renders u nil! all voters health of the United States; the Independence action. We do not intend that they ernment. Upon that l issue 'Lord t'al- rich combinations that 1 3&

11 J, by him and his kind ? It's their Hon R. Hudsbn Burr, of Dade] of Cuba 1 ls necessary to the shall be binding upon ours. It la true, merston swept proudly back to power privileges. This Is tru IN tAx"

r s funeral-not ouis-but' we can't help I County, the member of the last Legislature ;- safety considerations of the United which States led to The the same'war sir. that live members of that court But after the thing was all over the It is true of every city In the country. M, .
wrangled and Jangled their way to a tact was shown to be that the only Find out what it is that men ar J
1' hut wonder.} who introduced, and had with Spain now require that a commercial
view of the constitutional offense this Chinese governor bad com-
decision against our willing to bribe for, and you will find
eRe passed through; the House, a bill) arrangement" be made under power of congress. It is mitted against the British government what It is that la the cause of corrupt '

requiring the railroads in the Stateto which Cuba can live. t\ equally true that four members!' of the was to arrest a number of Chinese government. '
I HI PBOPICAI/SHN, of Dade Count This country stands today with the
t adopt a three-cent per mile rate. court, In strong and harmonious opinions criminals on Chinese vessels in Chinese No, the legitimate use of et
> ICPS (the name of lion. R. Hud- power to play the part of executioneror concurred in our view. We shall waters not the trouble In the IndustFTl
Mr. Burr is clean
Hiiii.. li'irr' Leglxlutor. from thatCounty a strong, brainy, savior to Cuba. We can devastateher not agree that the four members of the The same story bus been repeated lii How could it be under free conditions*

evel-headixl business man. The editor by commercial reconcentratlon as necessarily and that the South African war. !Mr. President, the worktngman
before! the.electors as a candidate court were wrong Capital cannot oppress or rob j ;
y of the News vouches for him us effectually as Weyler was dolug It by the fire" members were necessarily we have had a like condition of affairs / unless It has its toot plantett f
for Railroad Commissioner !Mr.
methods when we broke his
being courageous, incorruptible, ea- military right simply because five Is a greater in the Philippines At the very on some monopoly privilege, with the t
tlt t"" Burr Is referred to as a man of sterling fatal grip, or we can so adjust our number than tour. time when a new policy, an unheardof I accompanying power: which this gives., "'

,t: :/ ; qualities and a man for the raciousexperienced and trueaaetevl.Ha l. I'tariff rates to her necessities as to The minority of this committee hold policy, was being! pressed upon the The fact that some capital Js allied

/' I t people! and Editor Metcalf ia sure integrity and ability make him make it possible for her to live by her and have expressed the 'view that it is country, when It was of the most vital with monopoly helps other capital to ,+,

t that we could not choose a better the very man the plain people ever- Industries and support tbew Independence at lost the duty of congress to restrain Importance that the people should I be oppressive, so that there laappar. t*'

where need as Railroads". Com we' have not only wrought for her, Itself within the limitations of the constitution have full and-accurate knowledge, not. ent reason for the cry that capital U
man to fill the responsible position. a but are even now forcing upon her. Judicial of information in regard to I real
missioner. and to firmly reject any one scrap against labor; but at bottom the
's'H. The Times has carefully read Mr.Burr's \ Shall we insist upon her being free de grant of arbitrary and unlimited conditions and affairs In the Philip : trouble lies in special privilege and in I
Fellow citizens get acquainted/ and shackled de facto? ,
lure could them until It had
r; platform and address, and we power. pines renph\ their powerful influence over all the
:M are much pleased with it and with Mr. Burr, look up his record Who forbids us to do our plain duty We are told, Mr. President, that the been first slftesf through tbe fingers of relations between capital and laboc.Let .

very and see if he will do to tie to.yocoa .- by Cuba In this emergency? It is tbe people of the country have finally derided a censor whose Instruction, ns he himself us, then In our talk speak of the

,, did gp.ire permit, we would publish it -Rockledge News. solid array of Republican protection this question against. If It be avowed, ? was to let nothing go conflict not of labor and capital. but

in full, however, when the candidates dervishes who look with fishy eyes up. true that tbe country has conclusively that might butt the Republican party.It I of labor and privilege. We speak correctly

I + commence to comingaround we hope on the distress of Cuba and tell her to decided against tbe principles for was not in any sense a m1lttory".c" no I when we talk of the very richas

,t ,,1"' the gentleman will visit our county Who ? begone from the doors of our plenty which 'we contend then It la a sadder sorshlp. It was a censorship e.stobUllb'I''I tile "privileged class." This* the
with her beggar's face and pleadings than It is for the ed and and in the
day for the country by for accurate description, for it is only by
I g,!" that we may learn more of him.- The sacred must not be disturbed
; ( Who befriended I'ncle Sam? ox Democratic party. I have no desire the Republican party The correllPond-1 privilege that capital can become oppressive.
: v flay County Times. "-I." Haiti John Dull, In his plethoric stall. To allow Cubato that the Democratic party should live cuts of the newspapers .

e f "I axed my pull, Uve off a few wisps of bay from his defend principles them representing Republican newspapers -
}, \ r except to those (peat The one thing needful so far as politics -
'I I befriended Uncle Sam. overabundance 'would be "a dangerous for newspapers entirely lu sympathy -
and serve those high purposes goes, Is to concentrate the political
j' t v FROM Who helped him Ilik Spain precedent. which this government was formed.If with the administration united force of the country-that is, the ballot
; QUARTER come complimentary "1," laid the Kolner, AU that 1* very sickening to American this republic is to perish. God forbid in the statement that not only were against such partial legislation as a T.

't ,; word. as to the new "I Hood right/ by, air, honor and humanity. It Is a spectacle I that the Democratic party should important) matters of fact continually tariff: tux und against the possession of

: ': department and enlargement of THE I helped bin lick Spain.; that is revolting to- tho con- survive. suppressed, but that absolute false any charter, franchise or special right p"

I ..' PEOPLE'S PAPER. Even some of Who stood off the l'owero ? sciences of patriots from OHO end of When Samuel grieved because his hoods were written by the censor in whatsoever without full compensationto '

those who have not ejovedthe, "I." geld. the Cunr, the Union to the other. people turned from a government established the body of their reports! lm>rder to the people. I ,
"I wa. right/ thar in divine wisdom and demanded deceive the American people. Some monopolies are such that the '

.t that this paper's policy has I atootl off tbe Power.," The Troth Ma.t Prevail.. that they should be ruled by Them was no claim, sir, that those people should own them through their .

:; brought upon their tender toes have AVho'i hli friend now ? I There can be no doubt that the people a king like the heathen nations of the reports were untrue. There was no own government, just as they own..thepostoulces. ,t

t' ; ...': been heard to make reluctant remarks "1.;' lalld they all, of the United States are tired of I world the Lord said unto Samuel: claim as has been sometimes pretended Others must be reached by .!'

.r. d;:- of praise and commendation. With unanhiioiiR/ bawl, the naval controversy. The whole "They have not rejected thee. They in this country, that It would give taxation. Others again might be reached W'
I'm bin real friend now 'I" thing Is so clear to nlne-tentlm of the if
'have rejected me. Mr. President, Information to the Filipinos. It was by reserving a percentage of gross
r All this is encouraging;, and as the -The Chicago/ Tribune. adult. population that It seems a waste the I country has Indeed rejected the never pretended that It would affect earnings. Others again must be annulled I

months roll by we hope to seeTHE of time to be engaged in continually( piiuclples for which we now contend the military situation In the Philip by the abolition of the protective AI-;' ,j

i : HUN' more strongly entrenched thane showing up the absurdity of the-Saiup-j it has not rejected the Democratic pines. It was simply claimed that It tariff, "the mother of trusts." In I

e ever (il such a thing be possible) in NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.To Houlan myth. It Is only too evident party.. It has rejected the Declarationof would affect tie) political situation In whatever way, monopoly must be deprived .'

;' ,:' ti hit confidence and. esteem of those all whom It may concern that Schley is the victim of a bureaucratic Independence; it has rejected theI the United States to the disadvantageof of Its!' special advantages) over .'
I conspiracy. Against him Is Sec I of the constitution: it has re- the party In power. They simply
f : You are hereby noUIlwl thut the co-pnrt- I principles the natural uses of capital ,:
hose interests seeks
v it to serve nemhlp heretofore exlutlnv/ "between. Frank retary Long, a lawyer; Captain Crownlushleld 'jected all those high conceptions of said in substance, "We want the Amer. Take away the madness for special

.p, lion( ,,' if the. producers, the wage- w. McCnrdy and Ida A. Zelurler, under the a man who came very near! human government which hove given ican people to give their support to this privileges and for all special legislation

,"I '"> IO. I the bone and sinew of all arm name of F.W.MuCurdy. &Co.dolnR/ being cashiered for running his ship life and power and purpose to this war and to this policy, but I It we permit for special advantages and capital

,,1 t"I1 t prosperity on this Great Eisto ne a at Neptune, Dade County, Florida has Into a continent; Admiral Sampson, I .American republic.But. them to know the facts It we allow will flow Into* various natural channels I -V'': '
this day ueen dissolved by mutual coununf. who never was In a nuval engagement Mr. President, the people have the truth to be told this policy in 'wholesome competition for 0

P Iii ,* ",: < nt "if Florida. Bald F.W.Md'urdy lu antborlied coll""t..l1 In his I life; Ramsay and Bennam, two not adjudged this question. Under our will become odious and the American meeting natural demands. In this wayIt
\\t claimdue ald firm, and will pay all debt superannuated officers who bad Im
never it is
rr of party government people will not iL"Mr
; owing by them system can in nowise stand !In opposition to(
b. .",\ :, (OVII MIAMI AND SOUTH DADE Deli F. W :McCuKoy, a fleet command, and the hangers on possible to present any single naked Issue President, the principle upon labor.

fl' < lUA A, ZHIOLIfll.. and underlings who have taken up the to the people and to obtain a verdict which that censorship was conducted The truth of what I have written-
rtnii' i I.t deems\ to fill the bill to the view'of the naval because It hi
v clique
t 10", Neptune, Flu., March 1J: lOOil. t4T upon that question alone. may be shown by a single: Instance. namely, that special privilege in whatever -
;\ ;,'i ;; NiIuhutinn. of the Intelligent: and] to their Interest to do so. In short, a I We know that there are many men When the correspondents went to the form, whether it be a tariff tax or

; appreciative, element of that progressive T OF DISSOLUTION. very small minority, mostly officials, of the highest character men of high censor with a simple matter of fact a telephone franchise, Is tbe real enemy .

t II I .i .i; nnd prosperous, portion of NOTICE condemns Schley. On the other- hand, power and influence in the Republican statement about the silver currency of good government, the real ene- '

f r..lit. Orf-it State of Dade. Of course, To all whom it may concern, lake notice the Dewey head, the of the head army of ;the five nary retired: Miles rear, party, like from the Massachusetts distinguished Mr. senior Hoar; of that country that high and mighty my of labor, the real enemy .of the i
fi senator official at once drew forth his blue natural use of capital-tbls truth must _
I i here! IIrtl exceptionu. For example, : admirals) who have spoken, and at least like the late speaker of the bouse of j
pencil and said: "No; I can not let come home to the American It
t lt, \\e this week received what was intended The CO-I.grtner.hl| | heretofore axto, lug be.tweet. DO) per cent of the American people representatives.., like President liar that go., That would be a boost for they' would people R
save from Increasing -
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McGlnlcy and Chan E. Humor, sustain CommeiclalAppeal. 1
Schley.-MempbI8 Sherman ex-
to be a sarcastic indignant rison. like ex-Secretary Bryan and, my orders are to let noth-
under the firm name. of J. Mctifnley A Co., of corruption In public life, from
bun thin' day been dissolved Senator Edmund. and other men ing go that will hurt the administration. Increasing concentration of
{>! l protest Hgninst being imposed upon by mutual eon- wealth and
J.W.f"" ("licnd HHnt.Hitlil. High Frloed I great weight and power and Influence ." It was not until lifter long argument from increasing social discontent '.f
l lit>;Hr( ii. (. who srnt to a certain exHlieiitf PvaiperUr.No bitterly: opposed to this
Jan B McOlnley will pay nil iM>t. of householder needed to be told that who were' as and great dIfficulty that they 'We have for a century been putting
J "'. t r. ( of Dade a copy of TUB sold. co-purtnrrkhlp, nod uollect all claim* due In policy as we. were, and yet who gave were able to persuade blm that this Into platforms the words
t the rise the cost of living has of late "special privileges ,
r I'LOPI.B'S I I'APKR.: Well might ben tbeia. their earnest .upport to tbe Republican Item bad relation whatever
no to the "
been and serious careful to none. The time has
Jin. U. MoOlNLIV, sharp but the We know come 1
; : will,'" xiiil VodKp-th\t'tt the name ClIAB. E lUuElt.We expert statement In Dun's review that 'candidate In that of campaign.influence who sixteen to one proposition In the Unit when we must put meaning Into It and 1,

; fur it WIIS the pt-oplcof Dade.tbrough .t Palm Beach Flu, March 211< 19O3. the.. coat of living has increased 4O per that other heretofore men acted great with the Democratic ed States and not until be was so convinced stand by the meaning In each particular 1

8- !t-4t coat: since 1807 suggest misgiving have would he let It be transmitted.Mr. case. ;jAxxa' n. DILLAJU, j
t trio paper, that awakened] public party men like ex-President President the jI
,, Republican
about the extent, or at least the equal
j ; Hctitirn.'iit I to the extent of public Cleveland and ex-Secretary Carlisle, In I
J ; may rejoice a sentiment thus cre
of the with .
distribution prosperity Abet Th lr al...
'nk. i .'. meetings, which" furred his removal which the country 1 is apparently bless I ;who were' in entire still harmony refused with to act usupon ated. They may rejoice' la a sentiment The Washington Post observe: "The 1 I
In Wood this question,
t: from II...' high ( ttlce speech by the dissemination of {
f doe. not seem to be distributed falsehood frown 'who killed
.\.1.tg"n./ -nnd! h.> naturally IMnut' equally that the same Is true of a very large a Filipino, ana
and !it Is not remarkable thata by editing of newspapers of the the department
l fn. this .I..v. Yes it is, and will and powerful section of the press of United States with a bayonet navy has forgiven and !
Delivered board large part of the population doe not but I reinstated an Annapolis cadet who bad .
on cars! f. 0, b. the We know that the German
tif Ihlwel..mtl l sight to that dot ] country. tell such Is not the kind
i j' iin readily perceive the beauties of a system you of sentiment been dismissed from the .
We In almost academy. In
ship car lot*. press and the German voters, ,
+ by which anal and
t pO I'd utficlal and others who have which ho* some considerable Influence to a paper and almost to n man Irrevocable fact, they seem to be able to forgive

deserved. and received the public Four-Foot Wood In raising the cost of living, but were opposed to your policy upon this verdicts are rendered. We Intend. If everythingand everybody except Admiral -
a Specialty possible, that light shall be
does not raise tbelr'Income to meet almost to thrown Scbley and his conduct In 'win-
.I.-tljC'IIlolI. their olticinl misconduct question, and yet a newspaper
;, tbe rise In cost and pours million Into upon every nook and corner of tblltPbillpplne nloff that Buntlaffo battle." This
bee brought upon them, to see THE Hotel and Factories Supplied. Address the pocket of Industrie which are > and the Republican almost to a party man tbey supported situation, and then, sir, we : sUes up the 'size of the people about In ,

r I'EOP&R'S PAPER floating Around] in PINE WOOD CO.. abundantly able to dispense with char i Finally Mr. Pi r.t'Dldent.We know thati shall appeal to the fuller knowledgeand charge' of the navy and war departments -

s"w .. nook and lorncror thin. region ity,Philadelphia Ledger (Rep.). saner Judgment of the American adds the
It'll.' r every / 3'21.2t Roselnnd, Pin tbe one controlling fact, the one Irte- people Memphis Commercial
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Rending the Future Ira Flower. ;

New O.OO-1 lunge and Eunter Waiter. 41. U.UUILI.INUWOIITII' OKO.oUUuals.CIIILLING'IVO1tTlI& .. Prospectors

If ;young people want to try tbe CUKUII:

.*ii fortunes on Easier morning the fo'
Woman lowing superstitions tire gleaned froLan ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS, and Il4VESTOfS] '
t old French acorcBs. \ _0 vouches fo 1 .
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,'j.;, ,;:':. -. '! the The infallibility most powerful, of each cosmetic: and love Few Leaders from the List of 1"a.W: Will find THE TROPICL SUN

,. r*..mUt' i potion she asserts, Is Easter water, Desirable Properties Offeredby I. lIE'rCALF.A loaded to the muzzle every week

and while to procure !It required a great! with Just Information they want

5t10tX7000xl00t1CxJty0t1 amount of courage, yet If the love tunIs the TROPICAL REAL ESTATE EY-AT-LAW. Try It and be convinced.
to live always Is only to be securedIn NOTARY
that way we give the young people EXCHANGE
JCwtovtatJtw'I a chance by unfolding these mysteries. Courta prsotloeln County stale and Federal Subscription Price-1 year, $2 ; Six Months, $I l ; Three Months, SOcts.

Easier water Is the water that Is takon W. I. METCALF, Manager.
'I OW great a task the feminine from tho river on Caster morning LAND CASKS A SPECIALTY. -

w e sex has yet before it before the sun has risen. The per oll CMMceln Tiiorio Sun Block.
1 in the so called civilized wishing to test Its elllcacy must rise Abstracts of Title Furnished. Went Palm Hunch. Dade l County JlorldaTT '

1e ''d United States Is manifest while It Is quite dark walk to the rler \', TROPICAL

from a set of resolutions nil her vlul or pitcher and return Surburban Tract: U. SAUJSlJKltS,

I some male students of the homo In perfect silence nod without Partly improved' fruit! farm and 'landed .
so called civilized Columbia university, looking back even once. She may then grove, near town Twenty acre tract, i U A1TORNEV AT LAW.
aure)cleared H ecrein choice Oren a
_!: city. Under the wing of the1uTty return to bed and finish the interrupted grape fruit trees, W acre In Irian potnIOCB Corner Ollvo and Datura Street,
II is one college for women, %acre tit..."rl.d vegetable. i acre Real Estate Exchange
nap.The in tomatouB 3Aurci. of cUtclcen yard en 1-i WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
yBarnurd, and the faculty of Columbia water thus obtained so runs the cloned with: poultry netting.. New 6rooiiho ,
: the imr, supplied: with water tank;grove supplied
cputly gave to girls one little legend will keep sweet throughout the
-.l with mrri I anus good stable soil
it rr 4, veiling lu the week to learn to swim year and Is considered invaluable as II waxen t loom: ; &'acre Rower: r garden plntitet: A.J.. LEWIS.

fiL i the pool connected with the gymna- remedy for diseases of the eje. Bath ORANGE to"hnt""..rone LAND. *and IN other DADS flower COUNTY BENT: A ATZORNEY T.LA Wand W. I. METCALF Manager. I.

islutu. Youths of the male sex are Homo- :your face with It every year, and you bar aln property. for h.1\OO. -
,, r- 'times notoriously crude, rude and callow will never have wrinkles. The dew ----

and the men students of Columbia gathered at sunrise from crocuses Is Lake Front Fruit Land: Agent the U.S. FMellty A Guaranty Co.: ,of r n

lived up to thlij reputation magnificent also a preventive against wrinkles.If One hundred and twenty four acres of No.l: Baltimore Md.

-. ly. A number of them passed resolutions you stand silent ana alone and Bud pineapple I then|> land Twenty, iitiar acre lt.taiin. cleared, will a..all.. be Office elscus| at Btrect.rnrnor over of ClotuatU etruhm'.Lure.. Avenue und 1'4'190"W..I Niir- Certified Abstracts of Title Furnished

demanding the entire exclusion watch the sun rise fixing your eyes on comfortable house situate on the iced, Luke Calm lleach.

of women from tho gymnasium and the radiance until dazzled; then closIng fcont.dispose owned of name by .at itou-reaident a. sacrifice. price.who desrresto .

college campus during the school your, the eyes say three times: TT 1'. JUtANNINO..A ,

,, They declared the presence of womenIn "Beautiful sun, oh, how to me Fruit Land: .
the grounds "Is a bar to that spirit The face or my; love that l la to be!" Unimproved and Counsellor-at-Law
suitable for 0111'11' ) Desirable Investment Tracts
then let imagination do the rest you 7o-acre tract near OJUH 4
of cordial fraternity etc. Perhaps the fruits or pineapple. If ..ohlla entire tract ,
Columbia mutes understand what they will see the fuco of your future bus $JiS per aero leti'.i'rJ lots at $ao per acreTown (Once over Bank)
I but else bund. A burtfuiu. tract ; Lands 1.
mean by this certainly nobody a-161902 WEST PALM BEACH FLA. Truck-Farming ,
It is a pity that women are ever Yellow garters worn on Easter day

''t w 3t born into the world but sInce they arc every woman knows bring luck and Property:
Pineapple Properties.
> they must pull themselves together andy the maiden must get up at midnight Room House, new on good residence TAMKS E. AN I)ICE WS,
*. !! .
treet. Price .lIno
make mightier effort than they have and put them on; then she must go

T"t., yet done to conquer a foothold for back to bed and she will dream of her T-Room HOUHC. nu attractive residence. Price ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, West Palm Beach Lots
A.., themselves In educational und Indus future husband. A widow must put a 13300 "aMh.Vc'1 NOTARY PUBLIC, ;
lots, Reuldenct1* on bent. street, f
trial fields. rbey( are strong enough to purple and a yellow pansy on with Large and small uottagea* Business! block, Prosecuting Attorney ol Brevant Co.

r do it, and they will yet prove It even to hers to dream significantly and the. e.u. _____ Ft. PUtRCK AND TlTUSVItLB, FLA. Vacant and Improved.
tho most boorish and Ignorant white woman who is either separated or dlvorcecl
x41 Commodlou..re.ldell" one of the beat 5-. yr
male ever graduated from Yule Harvard may wear purple garters with camera and In a moat desirable nciifhbor- Beautiful River-Front Properties on
4 If she dreams of her hood. _
or Columbia. Let girl students yellow pnnsles. Ii H01ID1NS
former husband they will be reunltec One of the most conveniently arranged 1'0011 GEO. .
the make and
county- the most
over Ideiicea. in the town. Located on a choice Indian River Lake Worth ; j
the best of every opportunity offered and live happily but If she dreams of residence HtreeU convenient to sohuol Attorney and Counselor.at-Lau ,
another she will very: likely marry churches. depot and. bunltieas. center. Cheapat
them. Let them not yield tin Inch at"the
Y ground gained but stand firm to again. Ijooo. Will practice In State and Federal Courts, and Bay Biscayne. ; r

their task quiet courteous strong not If a small spider Is found near you Good Investment 1'ropertY-lo-roo.u house

antagonizing the callow males needlessly at any time all Easter day, It will well located. Price,$.3oo. _S-.Iyr TITUSVIHE FLA. Splendidly Equipped Hotel well
bring luck and the rest of 1 1
but developing all tho you money
in desirable
there Is In themselves, making them the year. Building iieialiborlicxHi: Lots, at well Ijoo,located$400. 9.150' (1300,"1500 La D. EATON M. D. located open the year around ,
,, selves splendid in physique and men- It you shed tears on that day It foretells and$3500 each.Flnent I

JailMfijv talking overmuch, but doing. misfortunes. and unlmpplneag of Fashionable private boarding honer. furshed. HOMaOPATHIST.WEST and doing a paying business.
g. The ancient emblem of silence all kinds. and two splendidly located lots.ov..r- PALM BEACH FLORIDA.
r'' was Lieana, a tongueless lioness A present on Easter is a good omen. looking Lake sad clue 10 poet office and 11""loIellra! opposite Methodist hun-h. 01Ccel'Iemat r
markele Price
le Avenue next Mawonlc Temple.
-silent, but a lioness. So let the gills Always wear something new-a dressor r
Oflleo hours H to \I !2 to 4 and T to M
residence furnlMhed) and a m p m.
bonnet If If not some ( property
a procurable;
face the brawling blustering wblte most commamllnKly located' property in 8uDii :U I ti 4 p.m. E s
males article worn next to the person. Went faint Beach. Splendid view of the Special Arcentlon (liven tn Diseases. of Write for what you want, (enclosing] stamp.) I
To prepare a love potion gather In Luke and. Bunt Side front. Price$7SOII. \\ouieu and Children
lit K silence while tho full moon Is tn the Send us a description of any desirable pr".perf.y you bave for sale. i i 4rAo
is dead In whicha
ere one sure way front.1'rite .
and heavens' three white rose leaves three Beautiful residence cite near Lake tr C. HOOD, M. D,
a girl can earn a living a good one. $3,000.
red rose leaves, three forgetmenots and .
That Is to make of herself a skilled
five blossoms \eronlca.. Place themIn New lo-room renidenooon bent, home Htreet PHYSICUH AND SURGEON
cook and housekeeper. Half the dls- and. chools,' ,
lu churches *
town, near j.joo."
r of housework a vessel and drop upon them riO:; -o
agreeableness comes Since Strohm's store, WEST I'ALMI1EACH.
drops of Easter water. Place the vessel Three smelt tenement cottage, well 'local over
from the fact that those who poiformit Residence astir Royal Polo-
cared,corner lot. Price'i,6ooNeat
allow themselves and their kitchens over a lire or spirit lump and boll

add bedrooms to become and remaIn exactly the sixteenth part of an hour little' home of five room. porch on clan Hotel. PALM BEACH lit

dirty. The kitchen girl who keeps herself then remove and pour Into a ,vial corkIng yard three, on attics,good of Street.hoime lu plenty good;iiL.ffhhorhixxl of share in, Burton E. C oe C o JllDany u

and her belongings Immaculately it tightly. It will keep for years convenient distance from. churches, school R. D. PUTTKU. M. D.,

clean and neat must command respect. without losing Its power. Three drops and depot. Price $1,400. k I

In the Atlantic coast cities the aversage swallowed by the person whose love Double cottage 14 rooms;on principal rent- aa-ua i : WEST PALM BEACH F....... Contractors For f''r'
i wage of kitchen girls Is $4 to $3a : you desire will make him your slave. dunce street; rents fur |.83 per year. Price
week. On the Pacific slope the Eat an apple on Easter morning a) $,,500. _

houseworker is paid sometimes as soon as you awaken and repeat all the Double. collage 14 roonm. corner of Olive O. P. PLATTS M. D. Gravel and

much as $10 a week and ho a Jap or while: Fern. streets; reuU for $*8ft pel year. Pi'ico PHYSICIAN AND SURQEOH. Roofing .
Chinaman at that. There is not a self "As Eve In her thirst for knowledge ate ..no
80 I, too, thirst to know my; fata." Telegrams' delivered nil hours of the day
made millionaire In America who rejjelved Double cottage, located on Olive
at ethe beginning of his career Then count the seeds and It they are Street. rent for sss"'en: :' :year. Price f ittoo. 'aDd olarll,
I ;! of even numbers your sweetheart wl:1!!! -- 12-29-90 FORT PIERCE Fla. Asphalt PavingContracts n
To much as $10 a week and his board. Special I figure for CASH for all of the threepreceding .
Y, lit tt prove true; It uneven, be will prove ; properties I to any one wtMutttif to
('a lee. in like goal IDtere.l-pnylnllnvc.lme"l. IMC. IIOUOIITOK"DENTOS"
I Housework is only degrading when Another test: Break an egg at mid -------- Made Now for Work Desired
I" 1 the one who does It makes it so. the Truck-Farm Lands:
night carefully separating yolk between Now and Next fall.!:
muck. land In of the tnontprormerotirt
lit kt and white; pour the white into a cup Splendid. one
gctub'e growing aettlententajit
John Slonosky a Pennsylvania miner and let It set until you rise In the morn Piule County. Choice tract at $25 | er WEST PALM BEACH REFERENCES. PERMANENT ADD( ESS- s
has more respect for woman's muscle Ing. The particles will separate; exam Here for cn.h, Special price on time pay McGuire McDonal
than he had three months ago. He ine them well and if any letter bile menia.. L.T. DANIEL., Chan E. Hamer, W. P. llatchett.: JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
---- -----
and his mates had annoyed the village formed It will be the initial of your future Geo Znpf, or J. C. Stowers, all of TEMPORARY ADDRESS- '
postmistress beyond endurance by husband's nnnie. Lake Worth Water-Front: DSNTI8T, \VeShow Palm Beach. DAYTONA FLORIDA i

their importunity when there was no Now, girls this Is all that I could 310 feet of Lake front adjoining one of ltihntiflHonteiit ,. COCOA.; INDIAN alvaRFLORIDA.I-ie-N, 301' tf i '
improved properties thrmke. f
mull for them. Finally John Slonoskysaid find out; only don't wear any flowers Can be bought,If taken .t once,ate
openly that she did not know her on Easter except jonquils and violets. bargain figure. I. METCALF,
business or else she would have hnd Widows must wear violets always but 500 feet of double frontage. lkeand Ocean GUY
k letters for him. Thereupon the lady every one must wear some spray of beautiful knoll for building site, bearirucwoitiiut ( NOTARY PUBLIC Casesand .Counters., For Sale White Qlrl Wanted.
and lime treea, aptenditi --
," snatched him up and hurled him green no matter how tiny.-Karma lu boathouse orange, etc, near valuublu iin|>roveci For.. the_ __ Stats of_. .Florida_ at Laroa.D _. Eight stow cases two, four and six A white girl or woman who Indu-..
through the poatolllce door whirlinghim Pltt burg Dispatch. property
whack against a telegraph pole. BUILDING LOTS.-Ijiko and Ocean frontage H'II,Mortgage/ Drafted.Conveyenring I,e.i...>a and Contracts feet respectively and three mahogany trious mid fond of children can secure a

bruising him seriously before he knew Easter an Old Time Holiday. .at 4v>to j6o per foot n Ai>erlfl1ty. counters all in stood condition for pale! good place in u small/ family. Address S
All Work bunnntecil' (Legally Correct. Address "D TROPICAL "B. M" care of this
what had struck him. Long before the Christian eiu the Once In TKOPICAL HUN lilot-k. cheap. care paper or call at

It It festival was observed says the !Montreal MANHATTAN SHIRTS-ANTHONYS' West Palm Bvnuh. Dado. fount FlorUln.yAl SUN. this office for information. .

Princess Sophia Dhuleep Singh Is Herald, as the season of rejoicing \ .tACE It. MUSES, I
proving herself one of the promising when the life Imprisoned the frozen 1 Horses For Sale

:young medical students in the Chicago earth broke forth into time sunlight Stop 0m Privileges Successor; to A. W Robert, Seaboard Air Line Railway -- ,
Northwestern university. In spite of and the first shoots of glass peered The first full car load, of fine horseflesh
being handicapped with the distinguished above the barren soil. It was then the I REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. Operates the only high-class ever brought: to West Palm Beach.

reputation of her royal ances- festival of the goddess Castre or lies- ,' Allowed by the Seaboard Air Agent West for Went Palm Palm heath Head Water Town Work tote also dally train between ctt. Augustine Call early and Do eke jour selection. R. ;

tors, the maharajah of Lahore, her father tn. who typified the revivifying power Line Railway on Winter Tourist NOTARY PUBLIC. Jacksonville and New York. Observation A. Rouse. tf.

and Bunjeet Singh her grandfather of nature and who was symbolized In Tickets 11.:111011WaR'ClematlM: Av.*uii".near Palm OllveStrLet.llench. Florida Compartment Drawiug-

and the owner of the great Kohl- heathen days by the egg, the most Room and Dining Cars, of Full-

noor diamond the princess is quite a complete type of bidden life. When Parlor Cars D. BROWN man's latest models, constitute tbe HOUSE for sale in monthly Installments -

girl of herself like a Yankee young man became Christianized, be still 1'. personnel! of these superb trains. of $35 oo Also! for RENT, furnished -
medical student. clung to the old season of rejoicing ARCHITECT AND BUILDER.
cottage lor $35.00 a mouth for six
Between Jacksonville' and Tarna Leave St. Augustine(: daily at 8 :.5
of the I 1
*C and thIs led the early fathers Fiona and apeclnratlona prepared" months or more. Both centrally lo- '
Under the new constitution of Alabama church to add Eastre's day to the list daily over the Seaboard AirLine Jobbing work clreo prompt attention a. m. Leave Jacksonville daily at cated. P. O. box x

a man whose wife owns forty of Christian holy days. I Railway, leaving Jacksonville Shop oo Datura. Street. 10:10: a. c.Beautiful 441.

acres of !lund may vote though he him But In doing so< they Imparted to It a I 1f:30: a. m.New .

self have not a cent's worth of property. deeper and holler significance. Instead EOUOE O. BUTLER. --- Homes at $700 $Soc, $1,000, $fzoo,
Is this "forty acres and a mule!" of merely commemorating the awakening --- G Lots For Sale. $'i3o. $1,600, $1,750, $ISoo, $2,000

*t of nature to the sun they 1'1'11"1 launch at a Sacrifice. CIVIL ENGINEERAND Building $2,200.and upwards$2.300. Call$2,500 on, $2,750 the ,Tropical$3,000.'

One of the most successful farmersin brated on It the resurrection of DEPUTY COUNTY SUftVEYOI The Lakeview addition to the Real Ivxtatc Exchange: and make your -
this country Is lira.\ Eshleman-Sher Lord and his awakening from the I FOR SALE-A handsome new FOR DADE COUNTY. Town of West Palm Kerch Is DOW I investment before prices advanced. 9

man. Nearly twenty years ago. while dead. Yet many of the old heathen I I Launch, 37 feet, 7 horse power en. Local Agent for the Land Department. or the opened up and platted, to that persons
customs still cling to Easter. The r. K. C. .... POMPANO Jo"IA 6-l-lqoo
GH3 acres of fitted with chairs he used
yet unmarried, she bought line, can desiring to secure suburban
mix Easter egg Is only the successor of New 4-Roora House Cheap. '
land near Fresno Cal. Sho began for or freight. Cost
Eastre's which the votaries of passengers residence lots', every one covergjg f
ed farming, fruit culture, dairying and egg two months will sell for
"1,400 ;
ago WantedMenTo of
stock rearing. She attended strictly that joyous goddess gave to each other with a splendid growth yoijEr!C I: Eight hundred Dollars nil! buy anew
live until she bad a splendid on her festal I day The Easter lily Is $7iO, if taken at once. Add reed tree', can do so at very reasonable 4-rooin collage, neatly painted and
to business J200.000. She won but the stately descendant of tbe tiny C. D SMITH for full particulars, learn barber trade. Great demand figures. well located. A .bargain: property; will.' ,

estate worth for nearly butter making at the) white crocus which Is the first flower : Box 161, West Palm Beach, Fla. for barbers during Summer This splendidly laid-out( addition I I pay 18 per cent on cost In rentals Call 'In" '

a California premium state fair and another at tho to thrust upward Its sturdy blossoms ruib. Two months completes. Larl Just couth of town can not be surpassed at Tropical, Real{ Estate. Exchange 8,. W.,tr.I bt t fy

Citrus fair for the greatest variety of through the faozea soil and which was thirty days that scholarship board in location, and very eoon 9 .
the one to decorate the altar. The hot For Sale--.Oxen.
for the
ranch and and be
products from one transportation can (irst-class streets will be graded
In the San Joaquin cross. bun is a survival of the little ; Will Be Sold at a Sacrifice.
best oranges grown earned. Positions jluarantet'd.Wrlt.e I
finding herself able cakes marked with the "tau" or sign Yoke large Oxen, well broke to and everything necessary supnlipdto
valley. Then she married.t of life which Punic housewives baked ; also cart and new.around Moler Barber' College, New make It the most desirable home 4 O A acres of A No. t pineapple land at
husband, plow> ;
support a for their children on this old time holi, G. II. Girritr Orleans, La.Jersey section on the West Side of Lake near Lantana, will be sold l at a
*e plow, at a bargain. ,
day. Buck as far as man's record extends ; Worth. sacrifice. Twenty acres cleared; small, 'I a
p Miss Isabel Little is a student at the Riviera, Fla. 3 21-21 E
i Baltimore School of Mines, and a brilliant Easter has been a holiday Cows For Sale.The Come early and get your choiceof comfortable house on the land; Lake

Jl newspaper reporter says that nt -- lots. while prices are low. frontage. Owned by a non resident who '

the close of her freshman year she At Eut.rttde. Trained NurMS. Season being nearly closed is unable to give It attention. For pot. "- 39T J
bead of a class "compom'd lIe knelt In church: ao reverent -- TROPICAL REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE cash this properly will ha sacrificed I'> J ,
the ,
stood at Ills attitude of prayer Can be obtained by telegram or postal I desire to sell some of my Jersey ,awl I
men besides nor- soul seemed bent Ibe first comer Address or call on i!I..
of seventeen young That all hla heart and and MUch Cows. If sold at once will
addressed to Church, Home Hospital .AGiQisrars.Office .
self." Bliss Little chooses mining! nod On heaven and only there. Tropical Real Estate Exchange. i.Metcalf .
tell Call addressH.
for her branch of Tee not above the starry sky Orlando, Florida. Terms, (15 per cueap. on or
electrical engineering Was the divinity week. a-aitf P. DYK, Palm Beaob.Fla. 3-31.02: in Tropics! Sun Block, Manager.J .
the profession Be worahlped; not afar but nigh.
ELIZA AncuJ.nD COxNLa.'it',1 : Two pews In front eat she I'

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i 'I 1' MIAMI-OP BUREAU- TUG RISE IN HEAL ESTATE in Miami the streets it does*aeMEMiifSOFCOLNTYBOARDSofCom not' occupy.. TREASURER to a of political the REPUBLICAN office of County the- T11K.Ii 1T\i\O t' n I ArtNotions_;:!; Ail ,; '@@a

THE( TROPICAL SUN is justified by the permanent grows; : Executive Committee.The J Arti

i of the city, us evidenced by the number I writer has the ,proof, in the
---- -- -- missiouers as well as other official,,,
of erection... of letter from Governor Jennings BOOKS AND r
of re idem'e..lncourMe shape n Office ot'ArrDescrIm
Office In Anthony Block. Twelfth Street, ""nr render themselves liable to Impeachment to Dude' Democrat FANCY GOODS Stationery, Supplies
Avenue C. ."w : County
when they wilfully arrogate; .
TilE RAPID ADVANCE in the value ol' to themselves unlawful authority In reply to one of inquiry addressed the MIAMI A. J. KOI/B, PROP
IRVINE MATHER MANAGER State Executive in reference, to this '7tf
real estate IK shown by figures given the manner and method, of spending ,
I matter. The Governor :
elsewhere. Tbe substantial growth; funds letting contractsto says
All nulMcrlptlonii, ndvertlaeuteutr" and ontcru the public .
lob work Mouth of tort Laiiilerdiile received nt of Miami Is good,:; reason for this bidders, without competition "I have not the piciwure of the 1I'"t"n611'>,
\1\1.ol1\\.... I single ac'inulntntiL-o' and the appointment was Florida East Coast Time T;
t n.d vance. is n violation of the letter and nmde. In the regular cnunio. upon the following
'V POSTOFMICtt I10X: NO. 361. I a w41 spirit of their oath of office to recommendationaddmiHed, to met, K'b'
'Feb.; in, 1 Im:!,-1 Riiclcmu heiewltu petition !-
SUCH AN EXHIBITION as last week's transact: the business! of the County I: ottheclUune and property ownent SOUTHBOUND-Read Down. NORTBBOUND-ffl eslj I Ix0
: MIAMI. KhOUIDA. MAItCll :2H 10018. I of the DlHtrlrt No. lit. nuking for tho ----
:1\ Fair was a practical demou-I in the best interests( people. of Juotlco I
County T
i I ._ uppolntrnentotC4Qllalghtas* JiiHttce +:; *NO. *xO :; :-i"i"0.: i ;xNrI
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-- stration to visitors of what .. the 1'tfuc.o to Oil vacancy canned hy Mr. I I Inl IItI I YU 1-0 I M.\Itt' LINE T8 U "o.so/! / ",",'
the policy oM THE uf such exhibitions of r ,
: If you approve accomplished in Dade. County. It is : liEBl'LTs hoot, OHptmtiiKiMter.I r Mf

!M THE TROPICAL SUN don't wall advertisement. the fruits and vegetables of Dade MOST HEARTILY ENDORSE THE APPOINTMENT S 10..p I II al p 7000 II San I.v.....Jook80IlVlllo...Ar 7 00 I' i lop a Sup 7 110" '
)) a paying at Miami AND HOPE YOUR EXCELLENCY ......... ...... ... ...... ... I\I for a canvasser to call upon you.. County,, such as was seen \\I NV I' IINI t. \\I 00 a 10 M. ...... lit. A".tlne ..... 8 110 I' 0 III..i 1I1k''., 0110.,.
f: j last week, are far-reaching. This WILL MAkE APPOINTMENT AS ...... ... ...... ... ...... ... II Pat....,......II nxtinge.. ........ 8 HI' ...... ............... t 1 1d
Send or bring your subscription SOON AS POSSIBLE.' 10 10..p i 40 I'I' \ 40 0 II 42. .......Ent !'a latkn........ 4 1\1I" A 10 I Ii 6 or.o
\\tJ TUB APPROACHING CLOSE of the tou- exhibit was seen by hundreds of visitors ..... ... ...... ... ... ... I li 1"1' ............ Nang, ...... ..... 4 Y6 I' ...... ..I. ...op..... ... ... 8 ,
to the office. does not lessen the need TAI IH signed "J. A. McDonald) ChnliniitiiExcuntlva 'iii" ... ...n. ... ...... ... ...... 1:1: 1111' ..........n."n............ 4 14 I' ... ...... ......... ..... ...
J.:. rist season who will take away with them Co,,. ulttte." r ..... ... II W P .... ... 1:1: liT" .......... III'I'"t........ ... 4 UN J I' ..... ......... ... ..... qF
-' for more street liirhts. Tbn\ growth continues I II la p 8 AU I' 10 n It 1 Clip ........ ?Ormo,,"........... H 4:1: P << it p T ehp, <4< ..100I. i '{
I, a iJ.: WHAT BECOMES OF CITY'S MONEY of Miami renders lights on some of a more comprehensive, idea( of the oil. I' The The recommendation Governor) ot the Chairman:: ol 0 I I.I.?II.p 'Ti7'j; .I .611 tl,. l l Mnp:::: ::::::::.en, :..orange..toua' .:::::::: : Cl Hl :I: ..4.ee. .ii.aip .4 Nllti I: rS a ra? j "
richness'" of this climate and s IS Ilia it 111\ a l 4u I .V ew Nmy.na'I N "5 UNII i lie fi
:Miami has now been nn IncOI'pnrn.tetl the roMIt streets imperative. and the Executive Committee htm. been the. rule ulmy g : "' u'j i .. !. .. i N i'1.::::::::. )nk ; ,.::::::::. Pesp.I:: 4.0..p. "" '!I l S 1M
I .. They have what it produces, uUlceHlncetlieKtatoExcriitlvuCoiiimlttciadopted "' I r! I:1Ma.: .... ... IlOi": Y Lp ......... 191ux.II iu ... ..... 10 II 11 10M I' 04a... s tan y U rYY d
( city for some YE'oril.llnd YE'nr II many curried away with them pho- the reHuhttlon to that' effect ut tin". ..IINw I <<: 0iilp: ,W611p: N13tSp'llrwklul.e.:. ......::,.: Ilop'I ylnp'.4.M" .I.' 1 f
I by year by the city's recepts from IF TnE CITY HAHNO FUN 11" for public togripliie A jew* of the Fair that will meeting lu TullnhnHHca" In April of liint year. ;: .... 01"0 P ...... ... <4< 221.......... inn; Lnlhe......... 1:1: Ye .p I 4111' <4< 12" ........ *k4 Q is .
done with ..... ,.. ...... ... ...... 4144'p-.Alel6nurne..I' 1:1: 1. p 1iiip << ....: '.. I
,iR, taxes ant Increasing. What beromw'G improvements, wlitis been be silent advertisers i of Dade County. This is plain, unvarnished proof of q 0 ..." ... ....6 Uv." ......... 'ubxanion .. .......II 1111.. .. .... ..'. .. ..e
t this( The people would the large sums collected for taxeo? political duplicity that it would he .. '.. ............. S 1161oulo. ..... ...... 101 4T N...... .:: : ... '
r :' of monE'y'l What IhuleCuuoty needs) is a permanent tl 6Tu "r 4111' 111M" 6M1" short 1'Ieree....... III 40 R I hi III..p /. 1118....
( like to know. No statement' of re.pelpts The people want a statement of the hard! to equal anywhere. If tho up. ...... ... tr..; ...,,. ... s 141.Whao 1'ty., .......: III Y6x' ... ..__.. .
I exhibit hall. ... .. .... '" ... ...... 01 yatr ............A'Ibbnla. ........... III 111 a ... .. 4
i.1 i and disbursements is ever financial condition of the city, and puintee In this case was merely a re ..... ... .p oo ,; o ...... ... .0111"1'..... .......Ea.., ........... III 08 ....... ...
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;, published and us no public improve they intend to htive it. rte publican who took no active port in ._...... ... '."..... ... .4* ...... .... 01 4ro.. ............ntnt............ 0 a6n .... ...... ..... .... '
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j't''\ I merits are made there ought; to n"iftl .. "TiiE U Alton ER is WORTHY of his politics, and who was lIt'ceptul.lt1 to 'SO ii 71Nq, IYuet.1uplt"r., .. 4Np.. YI
i In the ; his known fairness 8'in'o ; .; .d :4IM1h: soM1p: :: 1r::w'eet l'nIm::,:: mi0uuh.l i;:: aNM1a1114M1n, ; ; iii flap- /
treasury MINCICSat : because of
considerable earn OFFICIAL WHO \ who all .
TUB not parties "
I'UIiUC hire. Public officials are 0 MI a a- S<< 25 I' II lal' 1I0iei Royal l'OI"el", s :la n 10 HI a 10 PUP +y
makes SI 01 1441, 4ri; : << Ii l.v.,.'rhe B'.lIke.......... NYC/( III 80 10 U
"fi The city treasurer doubtless ) '' criticism. is)open to arraignment.Truth / paid adequate] salaries. cannot be l expected Integrity, good citizenship, II IIn". II iii u ii 4 4 411 8"I' M IMII'flip U" cl U".I' 1',111"0' 8 ,III a 0 III 10! a a I ', III pup lap" 01 11I1I 051' 'r p.I.Ia.11ii
to the Council I, of funds l on integrity of even-handed and general fitness \ elan S54)p: ) <4Up< II ."1' ..W..at l'nln I Huach.P.r ealft 10 loU \l65p 5411 ,
report honesty, purpose ') to give: adequate time to the justice 10, ...T" ...... .. .. ... ... ...... .. II 0111' ...........II..yol""....... I.v 711& 11 .. .. .... IT 'r 'iIII
n band but no published statement, 1 id 1 1I and action, constitute an armour- of their duties. morally nnd intellectually) nothing ) all a ... ...... ... ....,. ... ?.... HI 0111' ....rJrt 1.d".I..le.. .. II fie n. ".... .... .4<< II '
performance II lN1a 1<< ..... ... ...... ... ...... ... 10 411' .....Lemun !:It)..... .... 6115II.... ..d;.... ..... ... <4< OT 10 hA.
I ever made. proof against all criticism. It is the THE MIAMI BOARD OF TRADE will could he Bald ; but it is not so. J.I.4 U ,!-cJt., _II III p U o" III 0"1'" Ar... ....!tlhla.........i.v 0 11I1.. tI 10." /I 11II1't' :'

What the people want, and have aright galled jade that Minces. find something practical to work up- The appointee is notoriously bitter !

I to demand, is a full, explicit ..*. on in creating sentiment favoring partisan, a corruptionist who sticks ... t' }':.{frt. ..

"I ( utul detailed statementnt least once NOW THAT THE FARMERS AHF. II.UL.1: the enactment und enforcement of ut nothing to insure party success.!! WO"O"O"O"O"O"O"O"O"O"O"O"O"O !O"O"O"O"O..O..O..O..O..O..O..O'.. ; ,

'I u 3'eorof receipts of money from! AM 1 ISO .th'-ir produce to market they laws nncournging the planting: of Such a man is not Ut for magisterial .

.., sources, together with an equally} appreciate the value of good/ roads.I sponges and oyster beds in Florida honors, at the hands of any party, tiX Market Prices Wire I

detailed statement showing! where If the County Commissioners' refuseto waters Won't some member take certainly not by the party he seeks", by {

6 \ thin money has gone. build a road in your Im.tillty.tet/ up this matter and agitate it? Every to overthrow, either by fair or foul o

", The writer was informed a few days together and do it yourselves. Hock new industry increases the commercial meu os. o

'I., ', ago by n city official that there is no is plentiful and! cheap. importance of Miami, and This, then is tile man Mr.: McDonald : i It's Quotations bY telegraph o a'

; money in the Street Fund.Vhnt .*. briugs deep water that much! nearer. "J1EAKTILY ENDORSES." ,

;'; becomes of this money ? Few of their IT WOCLD COST BUT LITTLE to pave ... What is to be thought, what said) of a from New York City, Chi-

: city oliiclalrt]/ receive salaries, and Third and Fourth Streets horn Avenue WH EN co sr: ACTS! FOR PUBLIC WORKS Chairman who uses his official position o o Free cago, St Louis, Pittsburg, o

thol'sloall\ ones; there are no C to Avenue I). Material: is' to are let without public competitionthe to secure political preferment Baltimore and all le dln t'

expensive public improvementsmade he had for nothing, is close! at hand people have reason to be suspicious. for the enemy of the party' who has o

hence the natural conclusion and,) iu view of the amount of tuxes If there is nothing to conceal, honored and trusted him ? o> No markets, from reliable j

i-i that there ought to be considerable collected annually there must surely why so much MPcr..cy'l The letting of Such an exposure is enough to o flrmsaIe posted on our bulo

money on hand, in view of the be sufficient money in the treasuryfor a contract for an $8,000 bridge is a bring; the blush of shame to the. o : '

t :' fact that .fO.OOO\ or $10,000 in tuxes this small piecej!; f work. matter of too much importance to cheek of u Judas>; but the man who V Charge letin board every day. We o

,i' fire collected annually. \Vhatisdone ... the people of Dade County for its would be guilty of such a coldblooded o. will telephone you prices j

With this money? DA) D}: COUNTY PEOPLE SHOULD IIEMEMiiEK pi ivatu disposal to be passed over treachery has long since passed! o Of

The City Clerk is tbe city book that the lawmakers at in "silence., If the transaction. was as the blushing period. A man who will o>' if you will call us up, free. i

deeper( or auditor, and it Is his Washington; regard Miami as merely it should be, why were bids not ad- thus use his ottlcial posit Ion to secure' of charge. Headquarters o

business, to make a statement, and it winter resort for tourists. Therefore vertised 101"The County Commissioners the appointment of his party's political 3O A

the business of the council to call for it behooves nn to encourage ) cannot escape criticism if foe to office by the Governor I ny for all the latest news as to j

4t it if he does not make it, nnd theu every enterprise, for commercial irnlortauce they pursue such ill thoI,
t get i it published when it is made [, alone will bring; forth an affair ban a sinister aspect that is by defeat, is not likely to bide his face in Sort r

--- -- --- -. ---- approprUtiation for a deep water nu means reassuring to the people of shame, but rather to raise", his head CJ 0 .

TWO VALUABLE INDUSTRIES. tiarbor. Dude, if it may be taken an nn earn- in brazen impudence! and seek still | MIAMI CLUB BAR

ELSEWHERE WILL UE FOUNDan article example of the way County funds further to rivet his chains upon tb e 'I

j t' telling how the oyster business", U IF TUB!' FLORIDA DELEGATION in are to be disposed of In the future. party whose destinies, have been g Phone No. 93 Miami Florida. .. j

protected and encouraged in Maryland Congress want to make themselves --------. plxced in his hands by a too-eonfid- 071071071071071071071 OA 0710710710710910910710 A0710710710710910710710A071070It

and how the now inferior 1 loriila popular this end of the, State they A Tourist's Impressions of Florida. lug people.

bivalve can be produced equal should l get a move on and do something This man is not u Democrat

I towards securing an appropriation Written[ for Tint THOIMCAI, SUN.' ] though/ he were fifty times a Ch-Ur- Wm. M.llrown, Prwildi'nt.

quantity The oyster and nnd quality.sponge industries! I for deep water. at Miami. 'Tin the land of orange bloHMouiH. ; 'tlit the flint He obtained his present election Mn k 0 f Bay Biscay IIU IK t'eu. lOlctormlck., 1f. Carrie. h.K-on.1 VIce-PimMm; Vlro-fmlileat) .
1 Hklex ChnrlpDll.lIiirthxIilo.C'HNhlcr
If starter in the of hind Bunny ; by means of moral intimidation
be made we can get a / way Edward humph" 8lBtaut Cashier
in Florida waters can productive And the laud the legend telln UH. where no
of millions annually and no a small appropriation, it will be true burn native, \ III.-.. and for promises be never meant tokeep.
lie sought and obtained this Capital. $50,000 .o
Y finer body of water, nor one better dead easy' to get more I O. Florida.. the Uoldcnl! like '\101" >)', thoIIh..t.
t'i office because the Democracy was the MIAMI FLORIDA
either both can be arwll'IIY
ndnpteil. to or I
May It be my run good 'fortune vncli Winter dominant party, and 'IS a matter of fl.
found, than Hay Uiscnyne.The here to rent.Am .
j expediency to serve his own end, and
have occasionally?
of Dade County should, a meeting; ,
tl people ) find niiionu" ; yourRr vt- ,your *tri>niim
BKijflliE the next member of Legislature The pl'ultingotoyeters and spongesin and Kvei'KlHilf: .. those of his musters.This Pianos Organs Sewing Machines a

from this l County to pledge himself Day Biscayne> is n matter that I eon cheat the :Northern Winter for at taunt man is notorious for his bullying .
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two inorodccndeH.And methods in business, as well as in
direct from the
take I sell
this association might well Pactory
to introduce bills, nnd in good \ ; up .
Unless do when the summons curare, and to politics. When he can not obtain his The Celebrated Schubert Piano with Mauilollo Attachment .'. '.
'' i faith use every honorable!: effort to and encourage. we something Henven. I am borne, fair he resorts to The Conover Pianos, the Cable Pianos, 1'f I ,1,
secure" the enactment of such laws at to help[ ourselves/ one will I purely tltluk to llud In that land of wine ends by promises, The Kinjrsbuiy/ Pianos, the Wellington Pianos, : .\11;
tT 1 h intimidation, and has thus main- The Chicago Cottage Organ, in .'
would render practical the production help UH. We cnii't build a city by corn. twenty.uine style I
t tained himself in feared by At the Very Lowest Prices and on Liberal Terms '
t and protection of oysters", and sitting down and holding" our hands. 'l'ImtFlorldsIheOuldenr wan really made power feared Catalogues aud Prices Furnished on Application 1M'
distrusted byothers by !
to glue some ;

"'sponges lawn in for Florida the protection waters./ The of THE SUN AGAIN:.CALLS. attention to A foretuHttt I hone ot that to live.POLITICAL Heaven. where" thenceforth those' who have experienced his intimidating Old Instruments Taken In Exchange Tna Celebrated Singer Sewing Machine ,,:.

;. present the the pressing\ need for lights end street ------- -- : methods, and distrusted NiwIlfM and AttiiuhiiivntK for nil klniln. ot Hvtvlnu, Machine. Mull Order will receive ;1'.:
are nullities and !soon! --'--- prompt Atteotlun.OR. .
sponges 'in the north end of the by those who know the value of his
9 .' fisheries on the West Coast ",11Le\ improvement DUPLICITY.The I f A" .;. P.ANJ 11 III ST..
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Third mid Fourth Streets are promises.He MIAMI, l"J.OIUU." ERICKSON
i exll'lusteJ.r town. bond of r C.: C. Ilai\ ht, appoint be- i n-tf
has been under suspicion ,
C Avenue
well built from Avenue to ;
: Proper laws properly administered' up ed by the Governor to fill a vacancy his --- -- --- .'
fore now we have the proof of
U. and the people living on those ;
would result in the planting of hundreds in District No. in, at Palm Bench, But
.. of email beds of oysters and streets are entitled to some consider and signed by J. A. McDonald and duplicity in the letter quoted. FUt1oitut1e
\ We have other incriminating -
ation. Other streets have been this is not all. .
I sponge along; this!! coast that would E. M.ltrvlsfurdwas:!( approved by the matter that will show
paved where there are no houses;
bring fortunes to the men nho plant County Commissioners at their last
why not Third und Fourth Streets his, good; understanding with the Large Stock
them, and open up two new brunches meeting.
IL will show
t Republican mnnagers.;
t of trade that would prove of incalcu-, 1- llaight is the man who was elected theChairnifin of Small Prices .
that while posing as .
o Liable benefit to Miami. IT is IMPOSSIBLE for Marshal Flannngan County Tax Assessor In 1800, when I his", party's Executive Committee heW L17611J Good Goods

-- to henll over the town at the the Republicans were partially successful with the lie I 0 p0
-- II secretly\ in league
A SHORT-SIGHTED PGUCY.If same' time, and, of course, quite na in Dade County, and who Is''' publicans to defeat all, or ut any :.f + : SPECIAL; ATTENTION ,
impossible] for him to arrest nil those today Treasurer of the Dude. County ,r-4ifIil. so OQ GIVEN TO Mail Orders
of his .
own party
the Florida Kimt I Coast! Hallway rate a portion, _.
who the ordinance against fast Executive Committee. lie .
would seek co-operation nominees.If 11\ Undertaking In all Its Branches.
Company .
? bicycle riding on the city streets. isthesameC. C. Iluight who came he will :
"Mill the 1.lrml'r.ln,1, fruit jrower"tliuDI : Mr. McDonald is wise :
The practice dangerous: riding i ; in to the County Rent just prior to the 3tD.OOM UIT$
4 jr its line, Instead nf "Xtorting retire from the management: of theb'ouutyDemocrate EDWIN NELSON, Miami; Fla
tits lust e tent possible, in tr"lllhtfIi.Jr especially indulged in by boys und last, plt'ctlon.'Inl. paid the poll tax for Executive Committee 3-14-311

the result would' I prove negroes.' The Mayor' would do! wiselyto every negro whose name could be without forcing TUB SUN to .
: elt. give) the next offender caught the obtained, in the vain effort to defeat -
fur !both parties.Cherllii make further disclosures.\
j protl1tr ( full extent of the law, and perhaps Hon. It. Hudson h[u Burr for the Legislature !! WILSON FLYE
road company has lot n- &.
that may have some effect in uuil John Frohock for Sheriff.:; ---------
of HITCH of bind
,h'''''" of thousands breaking it up. This is, the record of the roan BEO KRIPPENDORF'S LADIES' SHOES
tr 14111 \ and that lanJ) will find afojitlier -DEALERS IN
and more profitable sale the I

t t .r niorf' prc.Hperous. this Their farmers prosperity in this is railroad PROPERTY will OWNEIIS continue north to suffer of the for All DEMOCRATIC the world EXECUTIVE can read COMMITTEE.the public i: Reports of market prices from all tbe Staple and Fancy Groceries .}

Bi'ctfon, hecoirie. McDonald signed citie pouted day, and all Jlll
that will nttrl1ctotll..r. the want/ of wa er and sewer service record that ; I IlJllight's leading : every
nit 1I.1\.rti..rnellt bond for men befriends day, on Miami Club Bar bulletin board.!
settlement ul the as long: as the Florida East Coast may i FRUITS TOBACCO and CIGARS 't. .
... Mini. this Pree for all. 3 81 t f
of but the
I naturally bring bust Hotel Company holds the franchise.If regardless! politics; I'
East; Ciiiixt; will the members of the City Council public did not know, and it was not LOWEST PRICES GUARANTEED Odtl' .'

mess' to the railroad company. were not overwhelmed with moral intended) that it should know, that Bargains irll Improved and unimproved V o kePrat Re SJ"1
..sent polity! of extortion nel Bros.' Anthony -
this Chairman of the DEMOCRATICCounty city properly Townley
would this ]
cowardice compel
? ort'sighted) one that U'" bound. to Company to they extend its water pipes 1lxecutiveCommittee: recom Block.; Avenue 3'NII1 D., Near 14th St. MIAMI, FLA.

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.. ZOUND AMI The Dade County Fair. THE COUNTY FAIR. repeated statement that'Florida soil is
I worthless without fertilizer, '
Did. you fro to the. County Fair', -- Here Are Some
C. S. and]
Vilphen J. C. Gramling:, of Bargains.
And did yon enjoy fragrant air' Splendid Display of Dada County'aAgricultural
of Local News Little .
; Picked River
l up Of trope mid flower gathered there? I Products. exhibited some very fine
celery.C. i'
(There. Did you K<> to the'ounty Knlr ___ _
i i nqi'Brief And did you HIM tho wonder them? E. Davis, of the Bay Biscayne Nursery And if you watch this space '
e Orangi'H and grapu|' ult.evoii CIIHIIVO root The County Fair has come and gone, Cocoanut Grove, exhibited a fine .
s + Mention of Current Events Gathered .IIIoa! "
by THE SUN'S Ubiquitous Reporters I VIIIOIIH' and plum beyond compare, and while some were, naturally, disappointed line of grape fruit, of the ordinary m you will see something
Did you pro to tho County Fair in not receiving the premiums variety, that ran 46 to 50 to the box and
During; the Week. And did you coo tlinH tomatnea rarer. they strived to win, so far as yet learned averaged about 67 pounds in weight. I I worth reading each week !I
---w. Much wonderful Icttuco und rullHlilnif re. there seems to be an absence of the Some of the finest turnips on exhibition -!
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ere wee young inn n In Mluinl heart burnings that usually attend such were shown by Fred] and Willie
1'nljlmno and celery and) cnulllloHirthere. I 17 Ibs. Granulated Sugar for
idly crlod, Olil iliuniiiHl competitive exhibitions.The Ellis, two lads of 12 and 14 who ,
on lilHft-ut, MM brmikluKt to cat 18 lbs., Extra C. Sugar :for
=rhrue IIHhe had no IIHU fur u Rest. Did you jro to the County }Fair display was not only a large one, are enthusiastic agriculturists. They I
r What woiidroim beetM and potatoes tboro I but, collectively and individually, a very raised these turnips, with a quantity of 5 1-2 lbs. Good Roasted Rio Coffee $$100.0 0
.4-q C:x ruaiors from two or three And. guava Jelly of eurront light fine one, and a source of wonder and other garden truck, on their father'splace I I 12 Cans Full Weight Milk oi Pet Cream
q.., icctlons of the probable establishment And tim>l|>H und tree,... and beam wax the Miami
admiration to the hundreds of visitors on River, not a great 16 Ibs. Good ,Rice
(another bank in Miami. It will likea v hlttt. _
1 from other States present during the distance from town.A .
't I 'll e> National bank. 33 lbs Best Winter Wheat Flour
; Li If you fullud to"BOO this chow, week Many had seen the adjacent number of views of the tent and
Rl t While the North. wu cn\uruil with IIIIOW
i Y fwo goHd care of tomatoes were You mlHHod a tn at tlntt'M not piiHlly boat country, as well as other parts of FlorIda individual exhibits were taken by Pho
r fjfipeU by B. C. Lanier & Co., this For 01 l tropic frnltM and v'g.tnhl..o rare but the Pair exhibit was a practical tographers Hand, Chamberlain and Hams 14c lb.
t week, to St. Louis and Chicago, being None wore. inliMliiu from the Uiidv County demonstration of what can be and is Brandow Brothers, and also by amateurs.
4 the first curs of the season fully loaded Fair. accomplished by the farmers of Dade Messrs. Brandow took quite a number of Good Sun-Dried Apples lOc lb. I
y' at Miami. -- County, undoubtedly the finest sectionfor pictures, showing a full view of entrance
New York, Chicago, St. Louis, Pit's winter vegetable and fruit growing being exceedingly fine, the exhibits I,
Rev? Arthur Stanton preached his burg, Baltimore and all leading market in the United States. being brought out clearly and distinctly e. D. LEFFLER ,
farewell sermon at the Baptist Church prices on vegetables by wire, hourly, Want of time last week prevented in all their tropical luxuriance. Visitors
Sunday. He leaves this week, accompanied on the Miami Club Bar bulletin board THE SUN from giving more than a brief purchased a great many of these differ. Twelfth St.. Between P, 0, and Biscayne Hotel MIAMI. FLORIDA
by his family, to take up work at Free to all. 3 21 t f mention of the fair, and even now it id eut views as souveners to show their

the Colgate- Theological.. Seminary.. ---- ----- -- impossible to enumerate all the splendid friends in the North the wonders of ----
where he will lecture on the theology of Busy Times at Miami. exhibit! In beets, cabbage, turnips, Florida fruits and vegetable growth. 1
-- tomatoes, potatoes, greens; of all kinds It was the purpose of this departmentto
One of the best evidences of the im. and other ordinary vegetables, the competition contain a complete list of premiums
$ q Commandant Jan Krige, a veteran of mense business being done by the F.E.C was both large and close. C. awarded, but they came too late to be XIJV(1\NIES.( I !

e n" j. Ie Modder River Campaign, made au Ry., is found in the great activity about H. Davis, of Bay Biscayne Nursery, Co- published at this time.PROFITS I .
address at Miami, Friday evening, in the freight depot and the river dock coanut Grove, and Fred Dickersou, of .-. ...
which he sought to arouse sympathy for adjoining. One day this week the following Miami, both had very handsome exhibits !
the Boers, declaring they are not con boats were all! at the wharf at of flowers, palms and kindred plants, IN PINES.
quered, and never will be. He is making one time, having brought in cargoes of while other floral exhibits! -ere made byP. --- Dry Goods Notions Etc.The

?' 1t a tour of the country in the hope of tomatoes to be shipped North, West and: Ullendorf, Mrs. A. II. Ramsey, Misses And Other Crops, as Demonstrated bya
r rousing sympathy and securing aid for East by the railroad: The Rowena, Rosins Fleda and Bell Blackman, Allie I. Practical Farmer. .

he Boer cause. Pearl and The Bird, from Cutler; I Ellis, and Soar Brothers, of Little River, I ..'

r// Here Is an illustration of how the F. the Osseo, The Two Sisters and The the latter displaying:several magnificent Mr. L. E. Hill, who resides] just out- Only Complete and Exclusive

E. C, Company absorbs the profits of the Mystery, from Key Largo; the Outing, Calla lilies in full flower. J. W. Cardy, side the corporattion line, north of Dry Goods House in Dade CountyWe
Clara Lee and Gen. George Washington, of Miami made fine of
Five crates of tomatoes were I ) a display potted Miami, has two lots, about one-third of
from Elliott's Key. beveral of the boats and flowers.
lipped early this month to a New York plants an acre, adjoining his residence, plantedin
also brought bananas, but the vast bulk I have just received our New Spring; Silks. Lawn. Naincooks,
firm. The The exhibits of vegetables and fruit
tomatoes of .
were poor quality pineapples. :Mr. Hill l a Teuuessee-
:Swisses, Chambrayp, Embroideries, Laces Ribbons Etc. Imported
of tl-eir loads was tomatoes that
and sold for only$t 75, thu market being go products, preserved and pickled, was especially an, but has been in Miami five or six and Domestic 1
forward at the rate of cents a crate to Wash Fabrics of all kinds.
a strong. The express charges were if 3.50, 30 noteworthy. Capt. A. R. Simmons years. Speaking of the profits of farming Samples furnished 'Great line
9ttD and the tomatoes netted the shipper Jacksonville alone. of Cocoanut Grove, had. a most In Florida he said: of House" upon reqnast.Goods
Furnishing utLow
{a'r' t- jP If the market hail not been .----- complete exhibit, displaying guava "These two lots have cost me for the Pl"ices.

_ good the shipper would have got nothing Call up 'Phone 92, at Miami Club balI jelly, cheese, marmalade, and wine, ground, clearing it, planting the pines
at all. If freight rates were cheaper ex- and get quotations from all lead lug showing the many uses to which the fertilizing, shedding them, etc., about \ J.// II> I.. E
press rates over the F. E. C. would be 'I markets on vegetables, sent by wire valuable fruit may be put, as well as $500, and I have had two bearings, The SURPRISE STORE

proportionately reduced. I I hourly. Costs you nothing. 321 tf preserved pineapples, pineapple wine, I which have netted me about $ 80, although
, tomato catsup, chile sauce, pickles, etc. I have not yet had all the beds
--- -- -- -- -- --- -- -- ----- TWELFTH STREET AND AVENUE C.
This display attracted considerable bearing the same season. This year I ;MIAMI FLORIDA C. L. XIMANIES, Prop.

l .TTTYYYYYYTTTTTTTYYTTTYYTV.YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY. I attention. Other exhibits in the same will get probably $240 or $250 for my 3'14'JDI 1
s line, though not extensive, were made pines, besides the home consumption.
= by Mrs. W. A. Hooks, Miss Alice Bush Most of this, you see, will be clear profit
of Cocoanut Grove, John Hamilton, andC. besides which these two lots have increased -

O. Richardson, the latter bring quite immensely value for building .
(jpfat iiVJ a ....- --- "*'
large and varied. purposes.

6BSTER A. W. Garuett was the only exhibitor ""I have 40 acres of land above here, Tlo.ullllliloration for hotel or ro*l. Bargain In lin|>rovi'i! I1I10h,01l1l, +
of strawberries, but they were fine ones. that fronts on the new Hutnbuggus rock Wet dunce on hi lit Mltimi I Ii'(rent:* fronting J-wh:I: et ui, on Ituy Are!lam property In M In,nil. Will pay 2O
Some specially noteworthy exhibitswere road now being built. It is the ordinary nuu A" I HO fc-et Thin .property is! pt'r slut. on lnvi>ntiiii>nt. Can lie
flour' tin Royal I'-Oni Hotel 1-10 left hail ur a bnntulii. If mild' In tin
: E. L.Vh le, varieties of cucumbers pine land with more or less rock and front Hotel Iiuk., Uiirtain utJTitHMi thh'
mavt ty iliiyw.
.T1\LK and cabbage; J. W. Hull, of Cutlet j I palmetto. Land in that vicinity cab be '.ill). s,

cucumbers; J. T. Stevens, sweet and bought for '15 an acre. Now, I can <><>0000TOWNLEY 9
Irish potatoes and bullnose pepper; have that land cleared for about |6j an

Capt. Simmons, Cocoanut Grove, potatoes acre, and $40 more per acre will fertilizeit.
1 corn and lemons; Mrs. Mary Brick- Then I cau raise a crop of tomatoesor BROTHERSREAL

ell, Miami, bunch containing twelve peppers that will more than pay the
very large cocoanuts; Charles Courley, first year, for the cost of the land, clear.
Buena V'ipta! fine display of snap beans; ing and fertilizing, and will leave the ESTATE AGENTS
S. K. Brown & Son, Rockland Grove, land in good shape for planting orangeor
I II Lemon City, Japan plums, pineapplesand other fruit trees. We have the finest MIAMI, FLORIDA '
[r ri' HATS other fruits; J. C. Gramling, Little climate in the world and with properly

STRAW River, peppers; Wm. Hooks, llapattah directed, intelligent effort, the farmer Is ooooooTlnrirnln r;
and Price Williams
tomatoes eggplants; I bound to make money, big money, and
guavas, Kumquat oranges, tangerines, make it quickly, too." In Ornnjre' Grove In the t
= lemons, Persian limes, Ceranlm cherries tritcti vicinity Five of 1 .5lluuNile mreM/bearhtic acred(.JTIOV In e. n .
You can get KNOX andYOUNG'S sapadiloes, grape fruit and pines; Mrs. '-\.;.V-,, 4 :vtftirH I>hl. Hlllnll cuttaift Will \,Z
.' .. Pnv ** per' r"PIII'III nvi'Mtment.jtiirKflln .
M. L. Burtashaw, Larkins, cucumbers; A POPULAR TRAIN. at Four Thousand,, l>ol- ,
I Straws at our I L. F. Hoefer, Buena Vista, casava; W. --- Inns, tl

V. Rickards, Larkins, large, white on. Public Desires That the Palm Beach
'Y stores---There is nothing like Ions; Capt. Roberts, Cutler, exception. Why. pay ront.whe-n you can buy Wo Inivo ileairalilo. luifllnesa property j
Accommodation be Continued. from lounley 'itmvm.linmr.' lilrucoiruKun In Intnl. itnprovud mind imliu-
ally fine eggplanti; Mrs B. P. Moody (ruin $;uu.uu to liuuuuo un
them in America.SHIRTS. --- user terms.Tomato' proved, for emit on easy term.
Miami,cabbage; E. H. KIrkman, Cutler, .
Irish potatoes; Mrs. C. Brady, Miami, The Florida East Coast Railway Com t& ;&..A..
.I I I carrots; Griding Brothers, Little River, ]pany never put on a train that is of

: .: 4 cut roses: Mrs. Agnes- R. Pope, Miami, I greater general convenience to the
oniegrauites;W. B. Smith, Dania, extra I public than "the accommodation" between .
= = fine Decon lettuce; W. Clarke, Dania, Miami and Palm Beach
large specimen of cassava; John Doug- It makes the nip from this place to Wraps and
lass, fine bullnose peppers and grapefruit : West Palm Beach, 66 miles. in one hour
; N. Bouchard, Presque Isle, large and fifty minutes, and coming mouth in
exhibit of grape fruit and oranges; C. O. two hours, exceedingly good time, in Crate Nails .
Richardson, grape fruit and lemons; view of the fact that it stops any and

Newest Spring Styles in Capt. Mays, fine purple cabbage, beans everywhere. Indeed, the actual running -
turnips and other vegetables; B. C. Du. speed is nearly 40 miles an hour. I have just received a large stock of Tomato Wraps!' ,

E neat effects. White Grounds 3 3f pout, Haphazzard Farm Lemon City That it has a good crew is evidencedby Tomoto Picking Baskets, Crate Nails and Vegetable
e cucumbers, meet peas, cabbage, young the fact that it is always on time- Carriers. purchased eurlv and purchased riglit.and(
with Plain Stripes are what onions, tomatoes, potatoes, corn, squash you may set your watch by it. Engineer It will pay any one In need of tomato wraps and' nulls
f and lettuce; N. M. Barnay, AllapaUab, Charles Clark is a veteran, and to see me, or write for price", before buying. I also

the best dressers call for--- turnips and sweet peas; C. S. Vehlan, knows his business; and Conductor M, carry a
E extra fine peppers; Rev. S. G. Merrick, F. Boisclaire has won the friendship of
E Of course the make is very complete and fine display of Irish everyone along the line lie is always Full Line of General MerchandiseAT

potatoes, onions, cabbage, squash, sweet courteous and considerate of the com- r
1. peas, turnips and tomatoes. These are fort of bill passengers, is a walking encyclopaedia LIVING PRICES

MRNH1TT1N some of the specially:! fine exhibits. of information concerning
e a a Jaudon Brothers, Allapattah,and Mai- Florida generally, and thin section. in HUDSON BURR II
lon & Jaudon, also of Allapattah, had particular, and is. always at the serviceof r

be largest and mcst varied display, the traveling stranger. Ills assistant Little River, Florida I
including nearly every vegetable raised Flagman R. W. Aston, Is also polite, and !
10 the section. These exhibits were a ever ready to assist the enquirer. t ,1

Ji. revelation. That the train is popular is well evidenced -

Walter Waldin made an exhibit of the by the heavy travel both wan s,

result of his first year's farming in Dade! and so great a convenience is it, that the FRANK W. STANTON & CO. ,: '

ANTHONY BROS. r and his beets, Irish potatoes, peppers, people of Miami are exceedingly anx
eggplants] squash, lettuce, tomatoes and ious that the Company keep it on after
other vegetables attracted universal I the tourist season closes, at least until .OUR SPECIALTY. .
attention.Mr. June. Up to that period and for awhile

Kirk Munroe's display of oranges: beyond it, there will be a great: deal of Fancy East Coast Tomatoes :
West Palm Beach Palm Beach MiamiAnthony's mostly of the Hart's Late variety, madea local travel by farmers, shippers commission .f
splendid showing, and C. B. Crockett's men and others traveling up and }
/ exhibit of King's oranges probably attracted down between Miami and West Palm 14 Vine Street, Philadelphia

II.f/ more attention and aroused more Beach; and if the service. is reduced to

: ; Are Silent curiosity than any other single fruit or one train a day the public will be put to Growers of Florida Oranges and Grape-Fruit

S Shoes s i vegetable great trouble, inconvenience and ex .", ':"\
Salesmen Dr. J. M. Warner, Little River, exhibited pense. The hope is very general' that GROVES LOCATED :

IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'_. some as fine cabbage as is often the Company will see its way to continuing Liles & Stanton. Terra Ceia, 1'111. Armstrong, & Sianlon, Fnlmctt, >. ('la a
.------- seen, and It was raised without an ounce this train for a few weeks longer, Knox & Stanton, Lluionia, Flo. yrf'17
of fertilizer, which refutes the oft a) any rate. r

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MI.HBUREAU I bred. An official placed In this position I. ROUND ABOUT MIAMI\ i suIted a method of feeding the oysters, NEWS OF SOUTH DADE The settlement of the lower end of: .i 1'Hr; '

will by placing in the water over the 'is re testionably sot, ,
nine times out of ten, ,
-011'I I --- oyster beds a certain compound comper-vi t r
the of circumstances.All Prices and t 1
lA THE TROPICAL SUNS ; yield this could pressure be rectified, by the Links of Local News Picked up which the oyster absorbs, finding therein Tip-top Good Crops railroad.

all the llfe-glviug and fattening essentials Making: Farmers Happy ?
I County Commissioners purchasing: Here and There. the bivalves has hitherto enjoyed --- Two negro 7 pl C nrr an p

S, In Anthony Block Twelfth Street, near such goods by contract, let after ,_, I while feeding on the diatome alone. Dave Cambjl.MA Iaawr.Wa'nwi4tr y'
; Avenue C Brief Chronicle of Events of the Week
dt' ; advertising for bids; and members Brier Mention of Current Events Gatheredby This discovery has proved of immense From Fort Lauderdale to Cutler- quarrel over a woman at Blscayue;nv.a.

IRVINE MATHER MANAGER of the Board, not only as a matter TUB SUN'S Ubiquitous Reporters value to the oyster growers Of Maryland, Buyers Active. day, resulting in Gamble shooting and
killing Burr. Gamble
'; of good; taste, but as a precaution of During the Week. who are once more producing the large, --- was by / t
f All HnbHcrlptloiiH. n".ertlMe"elltN l orders for safety to the people, should be pro- --- fat, succulent bivalves of yore, and the He's a rollliklnft. rattling, howdy man, Sheriff lodged Frobock in jail. ,The brought coroner's to Miami"j'jury and f .e pa? '
Joh work South of Fort Lauderdale received at hibited from making bids. Best business lots in Miami, cheap production is increasing, as this method Talking and bll>'I"If". fast un he can. ,
hiM office. turned a verdict of murder J j P
Si of feeding the oysters renders their pro- H.'.. up to Mnult and, know. how to bluff
As there is no contract in the Townely Bros.r Anthony Block.e rr i'"r f
'I' Rut IIU'K ruiilitoad follow-tho CummlulonMan.
duction limited only by the area of beds KNOX HATS-standdlr i Ftf et Y
,1 POSTOFPICE HOX NO.' a6l.MIAMI. : present instance,the person charge Warmer weather in this section, and rat
planted. -at ANTHONYS BROS.
of these convicts can do as be pleases an abatement of the extreme cold in the I --
of United States
Prof. Moore the
The roller is still -----
: f FLORIDA\ MARL lI :as, 11102.: steam poundirgaway
vy and, of course, be gives; all the trade North are having their effect on tourists, Fish Commission, who has been in this I on the Humbuggua road. TV' 1C. ANNO, '}

he can to a member of the Board of and the exodus has already begun. section some weeks engaged In experi 5 r

If you approve the policy of I Commissioners who give him his Miami was visited by a heavy shower menting in the planting of sponges in Bring or send your job printing to the I ATTORNEY-AT-IAW. t

THE TROPICAL SUN, don't wait Ii v InA". In other word8,he Is morally Tuesday night, and there are sights of Bay Biscayne, says this same system of Miami Bureau of Tag TROPICAL SUN. Office-Front Room, Hatohetteulldlnl.!
First class work as cheap as any one else Miami, Florida. ,I
f for a canvasser to call upon you. ntimidated. more rain in the near future; signs that planting and feeding oysters is to be do it. r
subscriptionto County Commissioners receive two fill the hearts of the farmers with glad- encouraged in Florida by the Fish Com It. TAYLOJ .
Send or bring your pOBEIST ,
dollars for attending a meeting, ness. mission, who will seek the aid of the The passenger on the F. E, C. R'y +
the office. State in the of the LA W ER .
which amounts practically; to giving passage cannot but be impressed these days, if
The Miami Military Company meets law. Thus, a man owning a
necessary he notices the piles of crates on the
their time to the County; but from Office la Postoffice Block:
THE BRIDGE DEAL. every Thursday night for drill, but hot piece of Bay front property, could plant depot platforms between Miami and J ,
the foregoing: it will be seen there tire I MIAMI FLORID,: ,
weather, or some other causemakes the and cultivate his own private oyster
it Elsewhere will be found no articlo. Fort Lauderdale. It shows the farmersare ,Mtf ".
other ways for the County Commis. attendance very light. Miami should Led t the same as he would a'' bed of shipping heavily,

Lt, giving; : the facts in reference to the Hioners to make money, besides have a first class company at least forty : onions in his garden. And the beautyof -- II F. ATKINSON +

letting of a contrnttfora bridge over ,hawing salary and mileage. strong, of well drilled men What's the the oyster bed is that It does not haveto J. II., Johuson, of Hallandale, who bas
the Miami River, at the foot of his Mrs. Oscar ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
------ matter\ boys? be planted every year, as onions. been visiting daughter,
\11 I Avenue I), in this city. ----- Thus could be built up a splendid Tucker, of Miami, has ten acres of tomatoes NOTARY PUBLIC. r 'f/K'r/

t t It will be seen tbat the Converse THOS. J. PETERS NOT A CANDIDATE.I 'Young Brothers' moving pictures industry at Miami, and: all along tbe that have produced an extra fine ll.ie-lv

''f, Bridge Company was privately communicated Many friends of Mr. Thomas J. show, which exhibited here during the adjacent Florida coast, that would mean crop. He has received as high aa $2.23 a

with and invited to Peters, of Cutler, have been anxious Pair, remained over Monday and Tues a trade worth hundreds of thousands of per crate on the spot. r* EO. A. "WOKL.KY: ,

plans and specifications. No to have him represent Dade Countyin day, and then went to West Palm dollars annually to this section alone. r
pteepnt E. M. Condon, who came to Florida A7TORNEY-AT-LAW.
the and within the Beach, after doing a thriving business. .
rl, other bridge company was invited Legislature, -- last Fall and bought a place near The
They give a good, clean show, the pictures General practice In State and federal Conrto. ,
f to make a bid, either by publicadvertising past few days he has been asked to being lifelike and realistic. YOUNG'S HATS-none better made Cedars, 20 miles below Cutler, has 12 All business. entrusted will receive prompt lat A .4f

or otherwise. become a candidate for the Demo very at $3.00. ANTHONY BROS. ea acres in tomatoea that have produceda lentlon.oaten, llrown Building, Ave. D and 'J' _

It woo n! deal arranged to give this cratic nomination.Mr. Monday afternoon there reached Miami ._. _-_-- fine crop He brought up the first Strict.MIAMI. FLORI. r

company the building of the bridge Peters, however, has no political a gentleman widely known in FlorIda boatload this week for shipment. ,
ambition for himself and he told secret society circles, T, V. Hinki. --
fix. ,
nl any price it might Why was The people in the vicinity of Cutler
of Putnam Grand Master I. 0 --- S. H. RICHMOND Agen
County ,
his friends most and ,
this company so favored ? What decidedly postlvely and the adjoining section are not waiting
P. who is here official Association at Fulford Get Big Pricesfor '
O on an tour
i was the inducement? Consideration thAt under. no circumstances for the Supreme Court to decide Mr. Perrine Grant Laiii CPm1Ub'lU r
visiting the local Odd Fellows Lodge,
Their Tomatoes.
would be a better word, for everyone would In> be a candidate, paying, B. M. Potter's "friendly" suit in orderto .- "
which held in honor of
,I n grand meeting --- good roads, but are going ahead ;A 14 ESTATE. I
knows that when profitable contracts that; while he appreciated the feelingof get
coming. The farmers in the vicinity of Ful
building them at their own expense. i'4-jm CUTLER, FLORID. .
i are let in this manner there faa esteem that prompted the offer ol ford have formed an association that { t

consideration of some sort. support, he ball no time to spare Judge P. W. White, of Quincy, one of promises to be of great( benefit to them :'ft;>E I> R,ie,

II No one knew the Commissionershad from his business to engage in the largest real estate owners in this In holding up prices. All thq members I A BEAUTIFUL. GABLE PIANO OIVEN AWAV FREe:;" _''o <:;. ..
To advertise our biiHltieHA In Florlcln. vrf will give FKBK one of oyWCJ f j.-i"
section was in town paying his taxes away
any idea of taking: up this politics. !Bend their tomatoes to the Fulford depot Plnno.-a style "r" Mahogany Cable. '1'his In all you have to do to get a chance iw.__ 1',
; other 1\Ir.l'etersl8 the largest individual and looking! after his various interestsIn certain date and commission FREE : ): 6" '
matter. Certainly bridge upon men .
bridge If you have no Piano In your home and ever expect to buy one.you can call at our More and<
did not know it, for no grower of vegetables In Dade County Miami. Judge White is nearly Sa are notified to be on hand made for the register your name on our b opposite a number. 'l'hlN! Includes one member off every.fnmll, \ ....
..fI companies or but is still active and who tins 110 Piano Also Includes one member of any family who haa an old upright aquare 1 ,(.
I bids were advertised] for. and his interests are not only large, years age lot, whether it be 100 crates or a carload. Piano' or OrffAii to trade for R new Plano On May atrd we will put all the number I I.. a box and f:. ..
healthy. lie has been 57 years at the have a dituuteteated committee conttiHtlnfr of our Mayor, Mr. 1>.- U. Fletcher and two other .;
The association has
: There is no getting around the but cover n wide territory thus com an executive com prominent citizens. todraw a number from the Ito,.. '1 he name opposite the lucky num* -"" ';'oAr)
bar, ten years of which he was on the mittee that previously examines all the get the B1JAU'1'IFUI. CAHLK: PIANO FREE.Every : .
conclusion that the matter was pelling his close and constant attention bench, and then served a term as Land 1'"roolllll the state of Florida ahnll have a chance at this. Piano If you tomatoes and rejects those that are not ,all you olive to do I.i to nul your name on a postal card and end to',u It:':.
: ARtiANonn( to give this company the There is no doubt hut he would and Immigration Commissioner of Florida properly packed or do not come up to hook-keeper will place jour name on tie. hook, and we.will* scud you a card by retun mail .f

1ft building of the bridge, and every make a moat admirable representative lie is yet in active practice and the grade at which they are marked.R. giving Do not von let your this I number.keep from buying n piano during OUR Ct-T PRICK SAL$that I. now
KOltiKon, for I If are the lucky one,and draw tills Piano we will take back:the piano you buy ..
he the you
I 1 Commissioner. who voted) for the bringing an would to bids fair to live many years E. McDonald is the Secretary and and reluud your money. "#" ,

t' contract has thereby covered himself execution of his public duties, that -- a.tive spirit in the association. THE CABLE COMPANY, Manufacturers of Pianos and Organi..,.. ': .

with suspicion so dark that even an honesty, openness and integrity of! A BIG TIlING FOR, MIAMI\ \ Saturday last the first lot was exam-I FRANK CHASE. Manager No. 110 West Bay Street JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA 'I .

utter repudiation of! the contractwill purpose and action for which he is --- ined by the committee,. who threw out a it

J not now absolve him in the eyes noted, together with a practical, Will be the Planting of Oysters In Bay number of crates as not coming up'to .

of the people. Every one of them common-sensekuowledgeof business, Biscayne. standard. A number of commission men E A. WADDELL ,

clear of the were present and bid on the balance,
should be cast out at the coming and a comprehension ---
which were finally sold to the representative v
tf election. needs of the people. It is well known to the public generally -
of a Pittsburgh firm at $
Any man who will take part in His positive declination Is like him. that oysters are artificially propagated 1.9t :.... ............................ ,
for choice and '3.31 for fancy, the highest -
4 such a deal is not, fit to have charger lIe wastes no time in dallying: nnd -"planted," as it Is generally prices ever realized in this section .

r the people's money. Public officials coquetting, merely for the sake ol termed, but there are few In this sectionat for a carload. Usually choice will bring Fine list City Lots, desira-

I who have the spending of the public notoriety.! His business interests, in least who know that the bivalves can when the market Is strong, from $i.50 Real i

I funds MINT: be above suspicion. his estimation, will not suffer him to be fed, just as a farmer fertilizes his to $1.75, and fancy from $2: .oo to $2.25. ble Biscayne Bay frorfts ;

Those men are not. enter politics, and there is an end crop. By holding together and bunchingtheir
The smallness of the Florida oyster,
of It. crops the 'farmers in a measure ,
----- of fatness and rotundity | also Fruit and
and the lack that Estate Vegetable .
A few more men of the same kidneyas .) control the market and commission men ..L
of form that characterizes the famous
are forced to bid against each other. It
the official report of the proceedings Thomas J. Peters would help Mobile Bay or Louisiana bivalve, is often may be added that there never was a i Tracts: near Miami Cocoa-
IOllttt'rilln Dade County. Such men 14 ;
remarked by the tourist, and reluctantly
upon time in the history of tomato growingin
of the
of the last meeting
; forward the material interests
help admitted by the Florldian.1'lorida and

P County) Commissioners", under the of the community iu which they live, leads in fruits aud vegetables; were this so section numerous when or BO commission active In lookingfor men |i f nut Grove and vicinity, im-

head of "bills approved and ordered without seeking self advertisement the fish in Florida waters are unsure tomatoes. Some of the farmers

; paid," appears this entry: or aggrandizement passed, and the hunting grounds of the whose tomatoes were rejected are reported If proved and unimproved, '
John Howell two dozen convict milta,
State are largely sought by
to be dissatisfied and to have left Collection
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'IJII.OO.() less fortunate localities !
t, 1, John Scwell. is a member of the You will be sorry if you wait too long: but hunters it must from be admitted that the Florida: the association, but this is not likely to ]i j suitable for residence or in-

J Commissioners The early bird catches the and break it up, as many farmers realize that
Board of County antMisprenentwhen worm
likewise the first the first lots oyster does not come up to the American by good packing and having their tomatoes -
\ this bill was reed] comer gels |
htamlard of what selC-respectingoyster vestment
and approved. Suits for the County cheap. Townley Bros., real estate dealers should be. come up fully to the standard Agency/ j
I Block. eFarmers' marked, they secure the confidence of
i convicts are not furnished by contract : Anthony But a way to remedy this has been buyers, and in the end realise better t.................................. 1
as they should be, but the -- --- discoverd, and 1, with the help of the law profits

oiHtial iu charge of a gang of Institute. makers at Tallahassee, the Florida This association project promises well

convicts! buys where he chooses. A Farmers' Institute was held lu oyster can and will be made of a size as the farmers then take no chances on Phosphate and v'

Naturally be chooses to buy from a Knights! of Pythias Hall last Thursday and fatness to compare favorably with poor. returns by reason of a slump in the t _

member of the Board at whose good afternoon and Friday, but owing to his brother elswhere.bivalve of Maryland, Louisiana market, or dishonest dealers in the large '' Orange Grove Lands

lack of the attend cr cities. During the past ten days tomato -
pleasure.! he holds his job. a proper advertising
There is nothing legally wrong In ance was small The meeting( was held For many years past the propagation of growers who have consigned have On the West CoastAgent
oysters has been carried out in Chesapeake -
In Mr. Sowell's and under tbe direction of Prof H. E. Stock. realized from $2.50 to $2: .90, but they
thin\ auditing
or Bay, and the adjoining sounds 1'
bridge and was! presided over by Mi. A. took a long chance and. the wise and
1 ordering paid] bills contracted by the and Inlets. The Fertilizers Alrmotor Wind Mills
A. Bo7K"i of Cocoanut Grove. A number Maryland Legislature conservative farmer would rather get Armour & Co., Chicago. Chicago
t his of business, but enacted laws for
County at place stringent the protec-
of interesting addresses were made, $I 75 to $2.25 net on the pot, than to con- '
This loose tion of the beds and maintains Correspondence Solicited .
it is morally wrong.: way and expel lences in the growing of fruits oyster sigu and take chances on the vagariesof

tif carrying on the County affairs and vegetable exchanged tbat were of large fleets of patrol boats known as the produce market. omo Over Bank of.?tysl''Blsoayn. MIAMI, FLORIDA
Avenue O.
breeds moral corruption and cow- practical value. the "oyster police for the enforcementof

4 nrilice.. The presence of Mr. Swell ._ the laws, and the protection of owners 'Large and small tracts of land for 37-3m w
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beds against the depredations of oyster fruits and vegetables Townley Bros.
liiuiHelf other member of the
I or any It costs nothing to read tbe market pirates. Block. WEST PALM
.-Hoard, upon a similar occasion, is a Anthony IB Everglade Mm Co. DABEACH,
quotations on vegetable, received hour Under these laws the oyster trade of

matter of taste. It is very bad taste, ly, at Miami Club Bar, by telegraph. Maryland has attained immense proportions Established In INTO l

I r, to Ray the least! of it. Bulletin board free to all 3 21 tf as a man embarks there in the will pay a liberal price for Tomatoes. Will want five to eight

I What is wrong however, is the ---.- business farmer Somers & Co. '
it oyster planting just as a hundred crates a week for ten weeks. Correspondence solicited. ,

authority given officials havingiharjre Splendid Tomato Crop. in Florida does In fruit culture or vegetable .Open I
of convicts to buy convict's -- growing. Indeed, the trade grew!: Plttsburg

doC'ies' '" where they please. This pur- Mr. NoMe Padgett is one of tbe suc- so large that the Individual oyster grew: Invite consignments of Dade County Lumber

tiiiilur official, knowing Mr. Sewell! sessful tomato growers in tbe vicinity of smaller, leaner-it lacked the large, Products, Vegetables and Fruit, Biscayne Lumber a and d ppCo-- Shingles

business turn I. Fulford, who, on a small area of ground, round, fat proportions that .once the promising prompt sales, highest Lath
clothing na
was will realize large/ profit this season. He Baltimore oyster was! famous for. Oyster PiUsburg market prices and Immediate BRICK, CEMENT, LIME PLASTER and HAIR. Sole Agents for Warnell Crates
it best for his
ly reasoned wan owniu'i"'pl'It. bRa only six acres planted, but the returns. Correct and CODervatlve .
cropIs at loss discover the
men were a <>
,.t ., to putroiiize Mr. riewelt'se sutd to be aa fine as any In the County. cause but science stepped in, and experiments market advices and quotations MIAMI 14.t', ZSVysz*.

et ore, mid, us the world nod politics lIe has pickep from one acre about 500 conducted by the United with stencils, supplied 3

p. he reasoned nisi'ly. i iI crates and there are from 50 to too crates Snates Fish Commission resulted in the free, on req nest. Buy Your Clothing of the

Mr.I Sewell would. worn to seek the yet in the field. Picking fro-i the sec discovery that the waters of Maryland We refer to thin pAper.RnnkHandotherwell leading Dde County known.

putruiuiga of the County ,directly, ond acre have begun; and the yield from had been so thickly planted by the and ahlppern reliable Pittnburjc Hourcea of information aft to our

1r: i I I'l-i.-itf,: a member of the Hoard olCmiiinirinioners this will also be large. oyster farmers that the bivalves no financial Htnuding and business method 3.2fIt PIONEER CLOTHING MENOF
Mr. Padgett tried an experiment with
but accepts that pay longer found sufficient food to make
: the first acre, using 3,600 pounds of them (lat.TheD .
; troiuigi when offered, and approves fertilizer. The result will he In the came the problem, How to feed G. W. S.. BELL '
mill orders paid his own hill The COUNTY
; neighborhood: of 600 crates. Some of them?' Again science supplied the in Contractor and Builder : 'f
official I who bought; these goads:
hU tomatoett were ao large tbat six: filleda formation. It was discovered tbat the

might i bare preference to buy el..... box, three iu each layer food of the oyster is a marine plant tbat OF FINE HOUSES. Cohen

whore, but lIP dare not do it. It Will! '-' floats about in the' water, but so fine as I Do Business in South Dade ?'tln r'ue;: hneidman&m J
Here U
q policy: to buy of Sewt-II. EDWIN CLAPP'S SHOES. $6 oo sail to be microscopic, that Is now known as _

t where corruption and! cowardice Is 7.00-finut{ uiacle-at ANTHONY'S the diatonic. Further experiments re P. O. 80X361, WEST PALM BEACH;; laml, Florida

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pre'? Jury Pronounces of Murderer Vsssal With Swest Cargo at Mercy Of
Forced to ,.,|1'0 unteous Little Eddie Glbbes, of Savannah, I.I Doom '
Meal at Pistols' 'Pol. a of Nellie Cropsey. ,/ Wind and Wave. FOR CUBA IS FIXED F +
HANG RAPIST TO TREE DlflHall County, Ga. March 25.- Wounded. Elizabeth City, N. C., March 24.- Tampa, Fla., March 22.-Details of
Savannah Ga. March 2f.-tJttle -
A ditlng and most unusual kind of lames Wilcox:, charged with the death the grounding of the four-masted

I hold-\ ) occurred near here 16 miles Eddie Glbbes, the only son of: of Nellie Cropsey was late Saturday American schooner Monhegan, Captain Island Will Be Turned Ove ,

Alabama Negro Taken From I I north of Gainesville, last night. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Glbbes, of night convicted of murder in the first J J. Murphy, hare reached here. The i

Sheriff and Lynohed. A wagoner named Cripple was haul. Savannah, was accidentally shot bj degree. Judge George A. Jones /Immediately vessel was from Havana. for the Delaware on May 20. ,
ing load of his grandfather. BJ. J. Thomas coun sentenced the prisoner to
I a merchandise for Newt breakwater, with, a cargo of 10,-
Moore, of Hayesvllle, N. C. He had ty surveyor, yesterday morning. Mr. be hanged. Friday, April 25, betweenthe 000 bags of sugar and went ashore< ALL DETAILS ARE PLANNED j

ASSAUl Y"::>)HITE GIRl. camped for the night and was cooking Thomas) Is almost frantic over the ac hours of 10 and 12 o'clock. I Sunday evening on Mo\asses\ Reef, :

his supper when three men Lem IIul- cldont which bids fair to be followed The jury filed into the courtroomas
i t near Key Largo. High seas were on General Wood Will, Upon His .ReturnIng '.
Infuriated Mob of Citizens Wreak hey, Jim Staton/ and George Haynes, the town clock struck the hour of
by the death of the boy. and the schooner soon sank and it la
came up, and drawing their pistols 10, after having been out 86 hours. to Cuba, l Isau Call Convening'
11 n Nero Assailant The grandfather and the boy droveto now thought she will be a total loss.
d T forced him to prepare a bounteous re the country place of the former G. F. Derrick was. made spokesman. The captain and crew arrived at the First Cuban Congress. on May ,
+ 4A f alrtth Eight Miles From Horney Jennings clerk commandedthe
past for them. \
several miles from the city. An old Key West on the steamer Olivette 10 1802.
'c;& Troy, Ala.-Coron.r's Verdict. One of the trio then held Cripple at pistol was found in the house and prisoner to stand, raise his right Tuesday afternoon and were taken in ,

the point of his pistol while the other the two decided that It be sportto hand and, ace the jury charge by W. J. H. Taylor, the con Washington, March 25.-Mar 20,
Montgomery. Ala., March 24.-Along two entered tho and took out would "Gentlemen," said the clerk, "have
wagon take it outside and fire it off. signee. The first mate remained at 1902, la the new date Used tor turning
51 yl Journal distance message received by The a liberal supply of tobacco, shoes, etc. The program was carried out and you agreed "upon your verdict"" I the wreck to superintend stripping the over the Island of Cuba to Its people.

from Troy says: I As soon as they left Cripple ran to all but one of the cartridges In the "We have. vessel and saving what part of the I The change of date was made, If not

:-_."B1Il! ZIgler, a negro, was lynched a nearby house, and securing the as. pistol were fired. The last, however "What say you, guilty or not guilty cargo was available. Several schooners at the suggestion then with the full ;
-iday night about 8 miles,, below I', slstance of several residents of tho "Guilty," responded the foreman. .
,p though snapped several times, refus have arrived here with loads ot approval at President elect Palma and.
TWla., by Infuriated mob of cit I neighborhood the robbers were soon ed to fire, and Mr. Thomas tl en start. a "In what" degree" sugar, but most of It Is wet with salt his advisors, Senors Tamaya and Que-
? 1 ., He was charged with assault captured and the goods restored. "First,
I ed to unbreaclrthe to remove wl4er.I sada, who were with him at the war
:;fin a little white girl, whose name I The local cltzens here are very Indignant weapon. "So say you' all," department today. This date established
the defective cartridge.It
Is being withheld on, account of emlmrKTJJtgjgSBe that such a thing should have "We do."
/ GORED TO DEATH BY BUFFALO. a memorable one In Cuban history
then .
was that it was discharged,
l ra l\f family. 'The negiokiBaHnary occurred here and are determinedthat The pronouncing of his doom (ell I .
for It will not only mark the acquisition
and the bullet took effect in the lad's
;f hearing and was the ,perpetrators shall pay for ,, npon the ears of the prisoner, but he Famous Scout Under General Custer of independence, but will:
1. und over by tie grand Jury. The their work. body. never moved a muscle A death pallor .
'! Meets Tragic End. be the Cuban inauguration day It having
erlff started to town, with the prison. The three men have unsavory rqiJutatlons overspread his .face, yet 'no emotionwas .
I > BODY FOUND, IN WELL Butte, Mont.. March 24 -News has been determined that President
but was-overtaken by a mob. though they are all of goo4! <| apparent. been received here of the death of Palma should be Inaugurated on the

r"Without demonstration the negro families. i t I I Sensational At Brownsville In delivering his sentence the Judge Richard Rock, an old.time and widely same day that American control of the
f was taken from the hands of the sheriff Discovery said:
known scout and frontiersman at his Island ceases.
+ and I i! \ Tenn.-Affair a Mystery. .. is a sad duty I have to perform.It .
swung to. a tree The cormner's WHEELS SEVER BODY. "It ranch near Henry's Lake on Saturday. All but the smallest details of the ..
Jury returned a verdict that thene&ro Brownsville, Tenn., March 25.-A h.sadder to me than you, Mr. Wll
Rock was gored to death by a buffalo change In Cuba have been planned,
came; to his death at the hands Atlanta Young Man Crushed to Death sensation has been created here by the' cox.: The jury found the facts; I gave which he had raised. and these remaining details were under .

of unknown parties." By Switch Engine. '1/ discovery of the body of a woman in a I the law.. You have had a fair trial. Rock was one of the scouts with adjustment at a meeting held at r

I I Atlanta, March 22.-Edward Stephens 60-foot well. "The sentence of the court Is that the 111-fated Custer expedition and Is the war department today. Besides !

IMPORTANT MEASURES PASSED. 24 years of age, was crushed to I The body, which la evidently that ota James Wilcox, on April 25, be hangedby said to be the man who gave Custer Secretary Root, President Palma and

a'r rJ !I death last night at 6:50: o'clock at the white woman, was taken from the the neck until he Is dead."% Information of the presence of the Indiana Senors Tauiaya and Quesada, General

Repeal of War Revenue Taxes-BUI Boulevard crossing in the Georgia well on the 'division line of Bullfln Lawyer Aydlett for the defense, will under Sitting Bull In the valley Wood attended. The meeting occur-

for' President's Protection. I I railroad yards. The exact manner In grove. This place has served.In the appeal, the case to the supreme court where the crafty chieftain had en red in the secretary's cilice. Besides '

___ 3ashlngton, March 22.-Two imi'or- which hemet.death Is not known, as past as a picnic ground for the peopleof camped. Rock advised the general to the final selection of May.; 20 as Cuban

'4 taut measures were passed by the senate there were no eyewitnesses to the ac Memphis. LADY CONSTANCE HAS A FALL wait for the coming of General Reno Independence day, two other Important '

yesterday the bill tot the repeal cident. Stephens resided at 25 Rhine. When taken from the well the body before attacking.A conclusions were reached The

of the war revenue taxes and that hart street. was found to be In a badly decom Fox Hunting,. Her Horse Stumbles, year or so ago Rock was sent first was that General Wood should

for the protection of the president of Two freight cars and the tender of posed state. There were strong signs She Being Painfully Hurt by the government into YellowstonePark immediately u"on his return to Cuba

i the United States. The revenue bill .switch engine No. 50 passed over the however, to establish the belief that Columbia, S. C., March 24.-There to count the buffalo remaining issue a call convening; the first Cuban

was passed without division and after body and It was almost severed. Death the woman had been terribly burned was an accident in the last fox hunt of there. congress In session on May 10 In order

'" only one short speech. Mr Tlllman I was Instantaneous. before death. the season at Aiken ,yesterday that that that body might employ the ten

embraced the opportunity afforded byl I The young man was employed in a The affair is shrouded in a mystery was at first thought to be serious. Ho'me For Orphans. days following that date In supplyingany

the bill's consideration to protest wood yard on the Boulevard, and it Is that no one is able to penetrate. The While going over some broken wood Birmingham Ala., March 31.- legislation necessary to the assumption

d against the repeal of the duty of 10. presumed was enroute to his home. last use made of the water from this ed ground in a sharp gallop the mount Deeds have been signed conveying the of full powers in the Islands.

cents a pound upon tea. I The first intimation of the accidentwas well was in September. of, Lady Constance Mackenzie planted East Lake Atheneum up to a year or The other conclusion was that there

The bill' for the protection of the given by the jolting of the cars as i both feet in a concealed hole and turn. two ago one of the best female col. should be no halt-way evacuation of

president was under discussion! during they passed over the body. No one First Financial Failure. ed a somersault. Lady Constance is a leges In North Alabama to Rev. Fa. the Island. The present disposition is

y greater part of the session. Mr. I has been found who saw him on the Hawklnsvllle, Ga, March 24.-Haw.klnsvllle's splendid horsewoman and rides ther A. P. O'Reilly. An orphan asylum to move the entire United States con

tterson, of Colorado, made an ex. crossing and how he came to be struck first financial failure in astride, but nothing, could have saved will be established on the prop tingent civil and military, away from

tended speech in opposition to It, and by the cars Is not known.As quite a while occurred last week. A her. She went flying over the animal's erty at once. The asylum will probably the Islands not leaving a corporal'sguard ',

Mr. Fairbanks supported it. Alii! soon as the jolting was felt the number"of creditors of B. Gordon a head as he went down and nar be under the guidance of the Sisters of United States soldiers In any ;
amendments to the measure were rejected I. railroad men apprehended that an ac. of Charity and the orphans will of the It this Is not I
jeweler here, filed a )petition and hada rowly escaped having the horse fall camps. program
A.;. and It was passed by a vote of cident had occurred, and the train was receiver to take charge of his stock upon her. be given a good education and taught executed It will be for the sole reason

etml B2 to IS stopped as Quickly as possible. An of goods. M. Manheim was appoint. She was badly bruised on different trades. The property cost originally that the Cubans themselves through

M investigation was made and the man. ed temporary receiver, and the hear. parts of her body, but her face es 20000. Right Rev. Bishop Allen of their authorized officials, request that

THE DALLAS REUNION gled corpse of Stephens was found. beneath ing for a permanent receiver' will be caped and she Is not seriously Inlured. Mobile, confirms the purchase. The the departure of the United States
the engine tender. "* building has about 30 rooms and 100 troops be delayed for a time.
on April 3 before Judge D. M. Rob. .
S,., Mera Than 100,000 Veterans and Vis.Itors children will be accommodated. S s
? erts. The exact amount of assets and Lady Constance had engaged passage
Will Attend. THIRD TIME MUST FACE.JURY. liabilities) of Mr. Gordon are not yet for England from New York Tuesday WRECK ON VIRGINIA MIDLAND. 1
Dallas, Tex., March 25.-E. P. Tur-- Killed Between Cars, .
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S" I known. and may be able to make the trip.
+ general passenger agent of the Another Trial For Murder of Dr. A. T Tampa, Fla., March 25.-The remains Negro Porter Burned and Five Tons of
: Texas and Pacific has return. of W. E. Howell arrived here Mall Destroyed.
IJI.wt j. Frlx, of Dade: County. Fruit In Elbert Is Safe. SAWED THROUGH STEEL BARS.
, ed fro.. *,"-.s'' r"Southeastern.. I'sttt | Dalton Ga., March 28.-Dalton hna: from WlldTvood Sunday night on the Washington March 24.-The north.
: tbe f v Elberton Ga. March U.-The
under recent
f < rip was for the an Important murder trial on the docket Seaboard Air Line. Mr. Howell wasa bound limited mall and vestibule pas
Criminals Had Made Progress Toward
purpose Informing himself as to how for April term of Whitfleld superior cold snap has not materially Injured flagman on the road and was killedat senger train. No. 33, on the Virginia .

r ,many visitors are likely to come to' court. The case comes Horn Dade the fruit in this section; some Liberty. Wlldwood.. He was on the top of Midland railway, of the' Southern ays-

Dallas during the national confederate county, and as all parties concerned of the fruit men think that it did not Raleigh March 26.-In the supreme a freight train which was just starting tern: was wrecked near Covesvllle,

reunion to be held on April 22. I I are prominent people the.'asehas attracted injure it at all. A large yield f Is expected court ;yesterday the'appeals of George tor' Tampa. By some means he fell Va., 12 miles south of Charlottesville I'
and J. Trevor safe crack.
Ellsworth H.
After careful observation, he estl- considerable attention.The and a great! deal of Interestis between two cars'and was ground almost at 4 o'clock yesterday morning by

mates that the railroads centering ,t | case Is that: of J. G Johnson, felt in the outcome of the crop this ers and burglars, were argued. They. to pieces by the wheels of two running into a rock slide In a deep

Dallas will bring in from beyond the charged with the murder of Dr. A. T. year, as several of Elbert's best citizens blew> the safe of Lowry ft: Co. at cars, which rtfn over him. He was a cut. The train was late and was running

's limits of Texas not less than 100,000 Frlx, which occurred In that county have recently planted large or Wadesboro last March and got $800 resident of this city and a young man at a rate of 60 miles an hour. "I

persons during the four days of the I i I Aug. 15, 1901. Both were prominent : chards. Farmers generally have at and were convicted.A highly respected by all who knew him. Two mall cars and a baggage car were a

.reunion. The number from Texas will and Influential citizens last begun their work having been telegram last night from the sheriff piled up on the engine, and five sleep
probably be far in excess of these fig The case has been tried in Dade I greatly delayed by the extreme weather at Wadesboro says these men had Charleston Wants Fight. ers and a club car were derailed.

ures. county twice.: The jury In the first for the season of the year.v cut through two bars ,of their steel Charleston S. C., March 24.-J. C. The wreck took fire from the engine

"Everywhere I went," said Mr. Tur trial disagreed eleven being for recom cells and that he yesterday took tenburglars' Jaudon wired Harry Beecher sporting and all but the Pullman cars

nero "I found the people talking about mendatlon and one for acquittal.The Values Feet at $20,000. saws from their persons. editor of the New York American and was completely destroyed A negro .

.. sjand.. arranging to come to- the reunion. I case was tried again last weekIn Atlanta, March 22.-Sam Farrall, He also discovered a dozen similar Journal today, offering a guaranteedpurse porter, earned Nicholas; Law, of this
"Ntt-M The railroads will have their hands Dade county by Judge A. W. Flte aged 16, thinks much of his feet. For I tools !In the binding of a book which of 26,000 in cash or 70 per cent city, and an unknown tramp were kill. x

1 full and Dallas:! Is going to be crowd and after the jury had been out 20 I I the loss of one and the partial loss of I had been sent them. The book had of the gross gate receipts to have the ed. The porter's body was burnedto
.d." been specially bound to contain saws. 20 round contest between Jef a crisp In the fire
hours they failed to agree, standing the other ho considers he has been '
Representatives of other railroads'' eleven for recommendation and one damaged to the amount of 20000. In i These men cracked a safe In the fries and fitzslmmona on May 15 pull John Turner, a negro fireman, was: l

make statements. similar to thoae: of i. for hanging. the city court yesterday he filed i Southern Express office at Raleigh two ed off on the grounds of the South probably fatally burned, while the engineer

Mr. Turner. The jury box of Dade county having through his father, Fred Farrall. suit nights before the Wadesboro crime. Carolina Interstate and West Indian and other members of the train q

been exhausted the case was trans. against the Western and Atlantic Railroad exposition here. If the offer Is ac crew were only slightly Injured. .,
\, --, Emigrants Seek Western Homes.Kallspell. ferred to Whitfleld county, and will company for the foregoing Skeleton of British Soldier Found. cepted an arena with a seating capacity None of the passengers were hurt

l ,;" .. Mont, March 24 Five ,I come up for trial on the second Mon. amount as damages. Charlotte N. C., March 24.-Labor of 20,000 will be erected at once. but nearly all lost their baggage and ,

+' 11"" sections of a westbound passenger day in April, 1902. era engaged In digging away a hill at a great deal of their clothing. &.

0:1-:: : train on the Northern Pacific went Military Park Almost Assured. Old Brunswick, near Wilmington, N. Much Building at Alken.Atken The mail was entirely destroyed by 5i

,S.,' ''t'' through Kallspell with about 3,000 peo AARON FRENCH DEAD. Atlanta__ March 22.-There is every C.,. uncovered a skeleton which 1 Is be. S. C., March 22-There Is the fire and the loss In this respect '

";-, \ly ,: pie who are seeking homeo in the indication that the Atlanta military I lleved to be that of a British soldier considerable building going on In Alk- I was the greatest in the history of ..
killed during or before.the revolution. 1 Mr. William Grosvenor of southern railroad disasters. The
swet. Over 100 stopped off in Kallspell Was Benefactor of Georgia School of park bill, now pending In congress, I en now.
Io y1 and will look over the valley with a Technology: I will soon become a law. The bill was !; ary war. In the white sand about Providence, R. I., has purchased the I clerks had Just finished assorting more
'i'I': ;\ the skeleton were found a number of Fowler house for $14,000. Plans are than a million pieces composing fully
of here.
view settling Plttsburg, Pa., March 24.-Aaron favorably acted upon yesterday by the ,,
M," 4t his brass military buttons of English man. oelng prepared for alterations and additions i live tons of matter and Including several .
French, aged 79 years, died at sub-committee of the house committeeon
/ j _'i'" Sheridan Will Sail April 1. I after mid ufacture during the seventeenth century -, to this building which will cost thousand registered pieces of
this shortly
home in city military affairs, an Indication of the ,
. t San Francisco, March .-The Interest attaches the find at $10,000. Senator-elect Draydon of great value. The loss cannot be estimated ;
ri' night of paralysis fact that It has strong backing and
0/', 'r transport Sheridan which will leave Old Brunswick from the fact that !It New Jersey has purchased lot on the at the present time, but will
,\, ; Mr. French was president of the ,that there was no opposition mani
a this port for Manila April 1 will carry I American Steel Spring company and fested. i iI was there that the first armed resist. Whisky road, near the golf links, for amount to many thousand dollars. .
,1"1'. 250 casuals and 65 men of the hospital I ance to the prltlsh stamp act was $20,000 on which he will erect a mansion
!,I;I l corps in addition to the Twenty I elected combine president formed In of New the York steel city spring re I Charter for New Company. I made by the Ashes and WadJell, a to cost $40,000.Woman I RUSSIAN STUDENT RIOTS.'J

,,:a f- ninth Infantry, already scheduled to cently. Columbus Ga., March 22.-.Tudge historical fad which Is just now beginning Many Noblemen, Noblewomen and Officials
's'''';': S take has charter to the In. to be appreciated by the world. Burned to Death. 1 I ,
passage II Among the most signal of the benefactions I Butt granted a Imprisoned.St.
: that marked his life was his terstate Railway Construction company Jacksonville, Fla., March 25.-l\Iag. I Petersburg March 25.-During
Outbreak In' Russian Poland. generosity to the Georgia School at'' which is organized for the pun Academy of Science Formed. gie :Brown, a negro woman, was burn. the course of the recent domiciliaryvisits

y Vienna March :24.-The newspapers Technology in Atlanta, Ga. This school pose of building the Columbus Eu '' Raleigh March 25.-The North Carolina ed to death Sunday night at her home, the police searched the house .
here report a student outbreak of a I I Academy of Science has been 1131 East Julia street, by upsettinga
Gulf railroad from Columbusto
held a place near to the'heart of the faula and o{ an American, Mrs. Gardner, and:
character at Plock Rus- formed here. Its object Is to encourage kerosene lamp. No one was a direct
4 revolutionary Andrews Fla. distance ,
he her
( dead philanthropist and watchedthe St. bay, a arrested son Boris who Is a student
+ Ian Poland. The students there set original investigation particular.IY witness to the accident, but the
success of the institution wltb of about 175 miles, through tbe states Nothing Incriminating was dls-
"Ii'' ( fire to the technical school and at- | pride. I of Georgia Alabama and Florida.Farmer ( I Into native phenomenas. The officers neighbors were attracted to the house covered. Mrs. Gardner hopes her son

.. tempted to lynch the professor, who I are W. L. Potent of Wake Forest by the woman's screams of agony, and will be released on the condition that l

escaped. Mounted troops quelled they New Railroad Chartered. I I Killed By Lightning.. I college, president; Gilbert Pearson, they found her enveloped in flames he will go to England to complete his .'

aunt;;rbance Atlanta, March 25.-The Columbus, I Columbus Ga., March 26-A special vice president; Franklin Sherman, sec.retary which had caused her death before the education.

Eufaula and Gulf railroad has been Issued from Camp Hill, Ala., says that Oscar I and treasurer, and H. W. Wil slightest assistance could be gendered. Among those imprisoned on accountof
Lahore Swept by Plague. I F L Stevens J. L. Kesler, Talt
a charter by Secretary of State Newell, .prominent and successful son the student riots are officers, lawyersfl .
0" London. March 22.-A dispatch to H. H. Brlmby. B. W. Kilgore Florida Postofflces.Washington .
Phil Cook to build fend operate a rail. farmer of that community was struck noblemen, noblewomen and the
the Exchange Telegraph company ;I road from Columbus, Ga, to St. Andrews and instantly killed by lightning 4 and W. W. Ashe compose the executive March 25.-Edith Savage sons and daughters of officials.
from Lahore says the plague mortality ,I Fla. distance of about committee. has been appointed postmaster at
Day. a miles south of that place. He was 28 The official Messenger admits that 11
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has reached 2,000 dally. outbreak Is 200 miles. The proposed new ,line will years of age and leaves a widow and Buckingham, Lee county, Fla. She succeeds from Moscow alone 95 students huve
which Is the worst on record at. Wilcox Abating. M. the
C. Wilson
Feeling Against retiring
interfer run through Muscogee county in Georgia three children. post been banished to Siberia, and that 567
trlbuted to the policy of non- N. C. March 25. A master who tendered. his resignationto I
; Russell Barbour and Henry coun Charlotte special have been Imprisoned for terms rang
f' nee in cast customs. ties In Alabama and Jackson and I. Cotton Brings 9
Florida. Wllcox ''Is abating and has been established at New-
Washington counties in Its feeling against : "
First Statue of McKinley. I I I Forsyth Ga., March 22.-Z. M. May-
r New York. March 24.-The first, capital will be $250,000, all in common nard, of this city, has. sold 217 bales of that many citizens will sign a petition burn, Suwanee county, Fin Oliver P. Temporary Restraining Order laoued.:: : I

statue to the late President McKinley :: stock, and Its principal office will be cotton to the Kincaid manufacturing lor commutation of sentence to life Williams has been commissioned postmaster Chicago March 24.-With the consent t.
In Columbus. imprisonment. When seen by a friend at Downing, Fla. of the defendants Judge Gross- "
a has Just been delivered in the plaster I I company, of Griffin, Ga., the price .
Wilcox said "I will issue invitations federal .
today : cup In the court today Issued
R. I. cents
to a foundry at Providence paid being 9H per pound. Very f.
Shoe Factory r
Fire Damages 22 of
to by April Plenty Tarpon.
my the temporary restraining order asked
will be cast in bronze at little cotton now remains in the ware
where Gainesville, Oa.. March 24.-At an and be sure t will not forget Fort Lauderdale Fla., March 25.- pa
you may for by the Interstate commerce commission
be veiled atUluskegon. houses of our city, the entire of
and be ready to un crop
1 once early hour yesterday morning fire was is at its height here L. .. a 't"hs
you: Fishing now. against six rallwaCerrsipsndence ,
Mich., on Memorial day. the shoe of In. 1901 having been sold and shipped .. .. gLtnung
in factory
E discovered I H. Bryan, so far, has the honor of C'ht.- ... n-" ftte
I Smith & Co. The fire department I away. rSpecial 'Zar1: Gn all throngs +.
Dowager Princess Dies man : I I Defendant Retracts; Suit Ended. catching the greatest number of *&r! :S'M

I Neulwed, Prussia, March 24-The !! responded promptly, and in an I I T.rm of Court Ordered.Ualnesvllle. Charlotte N. C..'March 22.-The suit pon having recently lande' *" r t 4I1 S

Dowager Princess Marie. of Wled, hour had the flames put out. The dam. for $5,000, which Policeman J. S. Yan- the silver klags. southern Railway. Solicited.r. .
G.. March 24.
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to about $20,000 fully
amounts ,
''If died today. the was born Jan. 29, age Insurance. J. B. Estss has issued an order for die, of this city, some time ago Instituted "
covered by against Thomas Griffith a well Tws' I.
y 1825. _. Cholera Scourges Mecca. I, a special try Harve term Stover of Hall and superior Charley courtto Fir- known Insurance man. for calling hima Mont. r :AREY"" fit. Paw Agt, 108 \ Bay St, J.ck.onvin., FU. J ;

Cuthbert Vowers( Sanguine. ,Jodda Arabia March 24.-There kle for the crime of killing Mrs, Christina hog thief has. been compromised.Mr. Hard V.G :H.TAYLOE, ,+

Cuthbert, Ga., March 22.-It la not have ben 470 deaths from cholera at Blake, whose tragic death occur.red Griffith retracted tne accusation :H. HARDWICK. .tG.n'lP..ACnfo. '.: :

thought by fruit men here that the Mecca and'Medina during the past teA :: near Flowery Branch last Iteadaafteraooa. / of theft against the policeman .IUI.C ur*(, fueeogt. Age *. ,. .1 :!
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trult crop was materially (ay*. J I I! : V* hlngloQ, '"
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they with their clients,,are flung Into == 1ST TB a Cnown at all, wit aro 3 J
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From'a Storehouse Not long since Judge Demps3' I and I VESTOt S
Dispensed myself Instituted a divorce suit for a E We want to find oat what. kind of Dental work you like best 3! ,

!;1 i of Humorous Lore. female client. Captain Morrow and E Our crowns are aa good a' pan be made-we guarantee them, =5 'will ffn'd THE :, _' :

Governor Ball represented the defendant = We cannot afford to oontiuue this out for more than two weeks =3: loaded TROPIC" f.._. jJh..1lttQ .........'.._
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e + puahlng Insurance Business to the '! was the amount of the alimony, Dr. MILLER. 1Olllco Just the Information they want.
for 1 never saw a pair who hated each
Limit-Dying Man Received Coniolattont fairly == a Doom South of Datura, on NaruIxmiHy Try It and be convinced
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other more intensely. : .. ,
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ri Advocate Muddled His First Case after many conferences and s treat Subscription Price-1 year $2 ; Six Month, $1; Three Months( v t
A Client's Queer Compliment to His deal of worry Morrow and I agreed on --
'. Lawyer-Judge's Theory of Domes- the alimony. As there was a long' case *

,; tlo Relations-A Close Shave. on trial ahead of us and as between us enl I onto u MASON'S.GUAVA JM1 FwctoryOlft. Nest Bay, O17 Ht.Olllco .L..osfi t you F Forge t I am still making and repairing', j\ 1
3 we had a whole township subpoenaed (Jallt0" : and bulon- shining ,iii
+, [Cop'rl&ht, 190U. by Champ Clark] as witnesses. as a consequence/ of Ii tlanoii'slitavii JELLY room 4ii \V. Bay dyeing whitening: :. '&.
_ l ; k: King Solomon declared thnt there la which our case was costing somebody ( Ht Jacksonville. SHOES at the BUCKEYE ." '
p ;" nothing new under the sun but I have about $100 a day while waiting our' Jelly CANDY Brunch Stores and Ajrcnrle SHQS'P / ,
r : run across a few thIngs In uiy life tUl'Il..1, suggested to Morrow to ask the Covet la all Towoa on Kuut Genuine English Pipe Clay lined on White Duck and Canvas ''w. 1

i S which appear to run counter to that Judge to suspend the case on trial a -- 3-14-tf Old Weal Dank l'ullll Dnrdlngnoze4e 1 ouch JOHN F'r a b,. i'-R' ;Ii" s '
novel Is, moment to secure his consent to try iI':
tilt> of wlnilom.: Anything ex .-----------.------------
*, necessitate, Interesting First and last. our case after supper? and to announce '
that our witnesses as to the questionof CITY MEAT HARKE.
Insurance agents have tried about every CRAYONS. WATER COLORS. ,
alimony might claim their attend- 0
experiment that human Ingenuity ance and go home. Captain Morrow, FlorldA: and Western Meats, Poultry, GRille and '
could: Invent to secure business, but Ito" who decidedly brilliant lawyer Eggs :
was a ,
; am Inclined to the opinion that here lann was a little woolgathering that- day I RICHARD E. RESLER ." Mail Orders Receive Cartful Attention ..f
ii. entirely new wrinkle In the Insurance and had forgotten Judge Roy's aversion .
\M to"I. business. to divorces. So In making the re- -'- ?.?., Block, WEST PALM BEACH: ,

I Offer to Insure a Dying Man. quest he came near knocking the tnt Photo naphen.

: Hon. William O. Gray, probate Judge ., Into the lire and getting both himself "H" ;
:; of Pike county has a mind set on a and me out of court at once. lIe made 1 '
hair trigger likewise his tongue It the request as agreed on and then add- 'c' f-lappy J4ome
goes off with every little pressure, and ed, "Your honor, I make this request Opposite Masonic Temple. :
ti sometimes his words astonish hIs hearI' as Mr. Clark and I can show you that
,' ;+f ; era beyond measure. lie Is a scholar. both plaintiff and defendant have am- .. West Palm Beach Fla. If
1i 1 \. ly man, an upright judge, an enthusiastic pIe cause for divorce AH the lawyers : r you use S ,

llYp'. partisan and an unconscious humorist In the courtroom began to grin, while .x 1.61 t4 eVVr -.1N'rr--1ti1T.nYTTTTT.TTTTITTTTTTTy'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT. '
). tl't!:' lie la an Intense Methodist, Judge Roy's face flushed to the roots 2ND
of his hair as he rather tartly said, The
)lL and his personal resemblance to Bishop Famous""
:..r' Marvin Is remsrkarUa. Whatever "Captain Morrow, If that's true you ;
.1 'J lie lacks In tact he full/*makes up In can all go home, for neither will get a : 4p1II# N T
I, 1 here," and then the lawyers --
1, candor. Among other plans for making ? r
I money be has operated somewhat roared. 1 mollified the court by say-
I i as a life Insurance agent, which may Ing: "Oh, Morrow doesn't know what \ 1 A Full Line
account for the following anecdote: lie's talking about. Ills client has no ', J"ek We have
just received
'I! While living In Louisiana he had for case, bpt mine has a good one." I1{ ( a big; lot. Buying: ,
.. neighbor and fellow pewholder an old That night the Judge granted the divorce E d Always in such large quantities enables us to get* '

{ gentleman! named Samuel Kern: uncle after hearing a good deal of con !> a teI IJ the lowest prices, and to secure\cheaper//it '
to ex-Congressman Kern of Nebraska. clusive evidence and with great reluc- in Stock freights and .
places us in a position\ ,
: Old Brother Kem had led a very re- tance. rL' 10u, :
!l' Iglous and godly life. A few years ago Law a Jealous Mistress. give our patrons ROCK BOTTOM :PRICES .0lIJi

S. "' he became very sick, and Just before Some ancient phrasemaker said, "The I If you. once use it you will have no other. Come in and get familiar wi ;, : he died Judge Gray called to see him truth .; II
law Is a Jealous mistress a PAINT DEPARTMENT. "q ,
T I, to cheer him up, and, as the sequel will which many aspiring disciples of Spring and Summer Goods "" ,

'I ; show, be administered consolation to Blackstone have learned to their ad- W. P. HATCHETT J! ..j
him In doses.
allopathic vantage and which a great many more JEFFERSON BLOCK I
"Brother Gray," said Brother Item: hare neglected to their undoing. :Recently Secured in New York Hardware : >,,
".'{ In a feeble voice, "I have been reviewIng Lord Eldon gave this recipe for the t ..i..'.
i' my life, and while I have. done the making of a great lawyer, "Live like a "
n1' best I could I am fearful that I have and work like horse." C

C been a great sinner. Do you suppose" hermit If Jefferson Davis Ilostetter a one of We I Invite Ladies to Calland '. j. B. MCGINLEY; co.
,'; 1 have any chance to go to heaven? the brightest of Pike's third generationof ,
f Gray replied In his offhand style, lawyers holds for naught the first
"I'll] Insure you for a quarter-Insure half of the lord chancellor's advice and .
''I you for a quarter, slrl" And Brother refuses to live like a hermit he faIth- Examine our .. Strictly First-Class .. __
,, Kern, turned his face to the wall and fully acts upon the latter half and E Lately Purchased Stock
crossed the dark river with Judge like horse. ;kcirdy: \' '
works a House-Furnishings \ --
r Gray's words of cheerful assurance Eschewing politics, he wooes his Jealous E E --.l'I'T 7RIcn SAb1V.,'
ringing In his ears. mistress with the ardor< of a Romeo '
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1.,) Judge Krum's First Case. and he succeeds admirably. E Remember, We"are Leaders in our Line.. Shactglf; ,
Of all the lawyers practicing at the Thomas Jefferson once declared that
I '\ St. Louis bar Judge Chester II. Krum: "eternal vigilance Is the price of liber Papers,
r, Is one of the most scholarly and most ty.. Ilostetter evidently believes It Is E A, S. BOTSFORD & CO. .
I I brilliant. lie gives the following racy also the price of success at the bar. ] Wickers, Japanese ..: '-iI
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i \ account of hIs first lawsuit: When a chubby boyjit Sunday school. : "Y1I
t "Admitted to the bar In ISM I began he must have thoroughly assimilatedthe AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAk. and Enamel Goo.da. 1
practice In 1805 after having been philosophy of the quatrain: : ,
graduated from the Harvard Law Little drop. of water, ...................... "'"
.school. My first case arose upon a Little Bralm of land, a Tliio Check !_ Good For : For Sale Cheap Freight Prepaid Anywhere in Dado County
shipment of eggs In August from Chicago link the bounteous oceanAnd 0..
to St. Louis. The amount Involved tb. beauteous laml : Grocerlra, S end loa Goad. : One House-Boat Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH
for he looks after the little things In m .
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i t was $37. The consignor claIm.i 70 ear t.ot.s. 0
t ,i ed that the eggs had been shipped In his profession as well as the big ones. : .! ; S suitable for .
_ I That "a miss is as good as a mile" Is s. v housekeep I
good order after having been duly
fully Illustrated In the following case: ;1 s : (
candled. The consignee claimed that ;. Mulgoba
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if : ing:, partly furnished. Mangoes.Largest .
Fine Points of Law. ,
all the embryotlc fowl contained In the : : : o
: shells needed In order to make them Ilostetter brought suit for Reynolds t 3 Also
: second-hand
.. ; some ; Collection of Crotons the United States. Palms a
.I crow like chanticleer were spurs and and Rodgers on account for medical o .-- Phyllan- r
a I feathers. My client was the consign services for about $00 against one Henry o -p.' .q..nJ q.o;) s 0 Cots Bedding and Cooking thus, etc. All pot grown. Full I Line Of CitrUS Stqck "
j'i"' or. The consignee suggested arbitra Robinson before Squire William II. ':: salsas, Glau;) .'1 psi 0 grown on High Spruce Pine Land. Address

tion. Knowing: less of the Intricaciesof Campbell, who was Justice of the peaceat : :: Utensils. '
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Green odd -.Is S.03; d.s, aap q!. Ii' S JOHN B. BEACH West Palm Beach. Fa.|
hen fruit than of contingent remaInders Bowling for forty years o 0
I advised my client to ac The account was a continuous one, but """""".e..'e....
Snell Co.
qulesce, Alas for the rarity of Christian had been permitted to run a long time, Trading ottostostostostottoslokokostostostoWKosto.to.COROKostoroKO ;
I toko 1.'d
charity for the Cblcagoese on the and all the Items except one of $24O -- o .
part of St. Louisiana, the arbitrators were more than five years old, hence tt 0
found that the eggs were addled although barred by the statute of limitations, If 0OLIOIt01tOIt01t01t01tOtt0at01t01toKopaleoisoko5sokoAO7eo5t; o 7eolaokolfff Place A O
.I the shipper was doubtless an pleaded. Eight days otter suit was Y 2o 2o youi A O
sollant nine Him lacrlmtc. filed defendant tendered to and deposited o
egg- man. 0
I I sent In a bill for $15. It was paid In the bands of the constable the X o G. G. Strohm Company Liife Insurance 2
_ but the castles In air which I had $240 and costs up to that time as be- V 2 I X 0
bullded In Imaginative following In the lug all that he owed tho object beingto ,o. V 0 A
1 r footsteps of Mansfield, Marshall, Webster cause all costs subsequently made to o O I IWIZII
., and ErskIne were rudely shaken be taxed against the plaintiffs In the FAMILY GROCERIES tfo 2 o : : TaE: : I ..o X
to their depths when my client testified event they failed to recover more than O ?
to hIs high appreciation of my distinguished the conceded Item of 240. The Justice X o 0 o X wt 'ap't'
services by writing me: failed to recognize the legality of de- i o K WIataallkife l O
.i 'Young man I send you your $15 fondant's plea of the' statute of limitations Fancy V o I
1 and anxiously await the opportunity to and rendered Judgment for plaintiffs o ... V 0
take them out of your hide.' for the full amount sued for and ,0.. o .
;' k Difficulties In Getting Divorces. costs. Grainjand Provisions. of4' o of New Y'Otl.k. i ;

I There la no other class of cases:! In Won by a Close Shave. o K o 0
which the nisi prlus judge has such Defendant appealed and on a trial x JEFFERSON BLOCK 2o V S '
:I wide discretion as divorce cases. There anew In the circuit court before Judge 2 j
I h no other In which his Ideas of life E. M. Hughes It was decided that all o o. 2 5X
\f such Influence. There 1. It could buy out any other 3tt h
$ has controlling the Items were barred except the $2 40 \ West Palm Beach, Florida. Y Yo company
., la none In which an appeal is of such Item, and Judgment was rendered for -1-1901 2o 2 and have many million dollars left.
little value. The dragnet clause of plaintiff for only $2.40, with C per cent n7e0110it0, .10/1Okl0il0110k07.O1eOie01e01eOleOilOl10110:10110 2o '
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Ir our statute which authorizes a divorce Interest from date of Institution of suit. o 2. It is the oldest the OX
largest and the
by reason of "acts calculated to render Thereupon defendant filed his motionto ,
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i many constructions p aa there are trial subsequent to his tender taxed against 2

"k + judges. The decision depends entirely plaintiffs, whleh was then $18 or $20. ; HEIM. 2 3. It' has paid as much in dividends to
on the particular Judge's theory of the I This luotloB- was resisted by Ilostet = BROIDWELL, M. D., Fbyilrtati and Surgeon ;
Jtcglntered 1'harnmclnt,olHce In Dru Store to
f domestic relations. ter on the ground that defendant did := 2 policy holders as any other two
Getting a divorce In the Pike Judicial not tender and pay all be owed: that be 3 2 companies. x
f circuit used to be as easy as falling off owed $2.40 on the day the suit was COTTAGE CITY PHARMACYI' ? .
Y f }, a log, and a slippery log at that but brought. and plaintiffs were entitled to 2o 5. Its
"with Judge Reuben F. Roy's advent Interest on the $2.40 from that date, 1IIU3I &; liUOADWELLiProprietor i premium rates are less, and its x

*} 4 upon the woolsack the prospect was and that defendant, to make his tender It guarantees. in cash and loans and o
for those of the matrimonial ,
changed weary effective should have Included In
"., ;yoke. the tender of the $2.90 the Interest fur ; 2 other values, larger than any other 2M
r ". Judge Roy Is a model husband father the,eight days which elapsed between: ; 2 rival company.
r and Christian gentleman; has a the date of tbe Institution of the suit Dealers in Reliable Medicines and Chemicals. 2
: 4 well defined opinion that when two and the date the tender was made. o
# y s people stand, up and solemnly promise This Interest amounted to a little over ; 2 5
rA ..' .,. .'..IYtojp high heaven "to take each other 3 mills. The Judge, while admittingthat A PULL LINE OK-., .. 2
,1 "1nUrun7i t9.j11Caworae> till death do us the point was purely technical do- = Perfumes.. Rubber Goods., 2 Insist upon seeing our plans before 5o sp,
I n1(1 I clded It well taken and overruled the .
.p 'Is'I';'11'1 HMMiilwr/ )( hi'jlJr _
+ insuring'elsewhere.
1 + '"!lVon and taxed all costs against the Toilet Articles, Cigars and 2 We will do batter 5I

i" C'liiiitiiirixiorierM, nut accepts that pa- thelirt. ,t..... 2 by' I J
tnmiijft when offered, and Approves I The. ''all. ''believed that 11ostetferU1Izer I and Stationery. Tobacco. I 2 you.

inn. orders paid lib own hill. The(: "tory by the closest| J*
2-Itt CECIL o
otfhiul( ., will bought these goods neighborhood of 6o, ,. ,iur,8pu, lence. PALMS BLOCK, WEST PALM REACH.'YTTTTTTTYY'VYY'TTTTTTTTTyyTITTTTTTTTTTTTTT 2 WILCOX, Gen'l Agt.

'v] his tomatoes were so large thwpress ,up- y yyy T y. 2 0
inltrlit have. preference' to buy .Jtle- Jacksonville ITU.
_ : a box, three ill each layer, "ooklng 2 o
hut h.* ilnre not do! it. It
wherp < was -_ .-.. ?-ft- o J. W. CONNER Agent. .
'y,r policy to buy of Scwell. ?Here Inwhere o

F: i' it. corruption and cowardice Is |7.co-6oeat made-at ANTHONY'S *j J'SUBSCRIBE FOB THE SUN alt oleoso7soieo7tokoso>,o7soltolrROls oleo.oisolsoita7soiso7soltoiloltoyt .


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tr go i-o it o*to MO sto t t o ta ttoito to tgo.* ,
1 olllce boy. II. ))0 OHIO COTTAGE,

s4 you"John since" your said aunt e, died"who'" looks after I The Good I The Ohio Cottage is the name Prospectors :;

of a first class house
"My sister Alice sir. n boarding conducted -
Cm "How old Is she" I by 1rs.Nlna.Crosgrove and S

B. G. MASS ? *< "Going on twelve sir" I Friday Bun Miss MlnnleGibeon corner of Poin-

.. 'Well, I want you and Alice to spend setta .and Kern Streets Boafdibg and INVESTORS ;

tho cloy with me tomorrow. Come to M'Oko7eb11o110111o7e11o9eo7eoAoltoleo7e can be had by the week or meal ) .

ri -- 54 Central a avenue.. We breakfast at at reasonable rates Will find THE TBOPICL SUN .' "

0." TjT significance of the M loaded to the muzzle week .' :;
f"t every
,y hM"" "Thank you sir" replied John, hW la connection
+ I eyes fairly sparkling as ho thought of Good Frldiiy rip- Golf with l Just the iBfornyution they want. .'

,+}v" r for the good uews,.lii store for Alice. mum only a legiti Try it and be convinced.: .

"Well bred..f they are poor," wus descent from At Camden Pinehurst! Old

:.' r ; I a and Mr. Unrrls'tnentul Alice comment as ,John cake !baking or Point Comfort and Virginia Beach. Subscription Price-1 year $2 ; Six Months, $1 ; Three Months, COcta. ,
appeared before hIm the offering of olden Double
daily service via the Sea.
!!" : Railway.For'Sale .
Their [fresh voices and .
young cbeel'Ytaces custom belonged to the Hebrews Bal- -- "
"r o er, John; charmed him and before the day ylonlans, Egyptians, ttrecks, Romans, '.
no .
> jfrah!" was over he had fully resolved, to adopt and tho Hindoo elephant headed god .

' rl,* f Harris laid bis the orphans Oanenka Is' frequently representedin Cheap.
, teak "They haven't a relative ,that they holding one of nor four bnmln n .Forty-five \,:' .
ed ,
off hla acres Pineapple and
it know of," ho said. "I can never lie bowl ailed with small cakes on which ;
iyi 1 I young again and Beth can never comeback he Is supposed to feed. Ancient wrjt- Garden Land. ; $10 and $i5 per .

?tri 'lf t to me, to I'll bring them here ers speak of the bon a kind of calm /acre $350 for the 45 acres. One ,

and we'll have a new Beth and David made of flour and honey and presentedto thousand Banana Plants, $:t per j J '. ". Ito I- t ti
She'd "
como" growing up In our home. Cousin Su the gods. When the prophet Jureniliili 100 or 60 cents. per dozen. Twenty i'

ottly. rah and I have lived alone for fifteen rebuked the women for 1 about
a King strongly ot years, and we're getting a lilt rusty, they answered, "Did we make her each. Horse and wagon; $115./ 't..' .:.
t pink on. her hut but these young people will brighten lakes to worship her" And since Address H. C. OLSEN' }
? us up. They'll put new life Into us banuockf belong to Sllclaaelmfts. seedcakes Stuart'; Dade
1 ek,, I "don't know Just County )Fla. I :
and nil the old house with Joy. I'll to All Hallow eve, plum puddings 1

lot her I d'ak mind sunbonnet thin tlll.e them out on the farm next sum ) to Christmas spiced bread, and ';. _.L..___.. r "rt :f.I,

tar mer and show them what hens' nests sugared cakes to Twelfth Night, pancakes i' it
7 a lovely poach and haystacks are like.: We'll have to Shrove Tuesday and slmnel Brelsford Bros I t w yr':
those March ,
r winds Easter every day In the year." to Mldlent or :Mothering Sunday Good f 'if ,
..t Delaware have a That night Hr. Harris had a long Friday may also have Its'special del) Real Estate It took 35 years find out that type, I :
and Insurance
ug delicate skins talk A-lth his "home keeper," as lie icacy. writers were built upside down. f I

,, a wore sunbonnets playfully called Us; cousin Snr.ab: some Why the bun should be marked F
\ with
r on early' spring ten years his senior and the result was a Greek cross has given rise to much, I 1 PALM BEACH, FLA. ;The: \Vt i re.Writ;; nq J'
-rjrlta "
color. hat John and Alice found a happy speculation and many theories The

a'rtr S lister Cousin wee David eat" ionic and warm hearts to care >for, cross would seem to refer the cake distinctively Notary Public. Cottages to Rent LIVERTYPEWRITER, : J

hem, and all because of sweet memoS to the Christian era, but ua ,
ilpanlou.'yes. Post(.nice Biilldlnir,North of
,r. leu of a happy childhood and a loving small cross marked loaves were foundat 8-t-lflOl Pnlneln.ni Hotel :
Beth and I 'later Beth. Ilerculnneum it In probable that thin *

. frternoon before bunting mark was originally made to facilitate : :

Bywu them. There were the division of the l loaf into quarters.In Monroe Dorsey'sSWnffFarloBanyan
jte hew behind the EASTER PRESENTS. the ancient Greek liturgy the priest is built right side up where the work'' Is in sight. t i', ,

but we preferred Appropriate Tokens fanciful Costly divides the sacred bread Into fourparts. St., near Olive It is a light{ compact, simply constructed, t :.',
1 tatber'a rnl'm. a and Oth..rirl.... I Couper'H Old Stand durable machine-easily learned, operated and j,
y and bunt for cleaned; aligns perfectly and needs least repairs. t
In the way of gifts Easter Is fast be- Why the Good Friday bun is found BEST SERVICE and o ..... '.
tun.andmother', Write tor OBtKlontu" an* net name of De. .p..Dt..n" f ,
/s coming miniature edition of Christ-( only in England (there chiefly in tha PROMPT ATTENTIONs and beautiful oullulold blotter. Airanu" lu .ll Ituullnil olUu ,.
reply'; :! mat Flowers and bonbons In beautiful south) and nowhere among( the Itomna THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO.. I. ': I '
jtlon was ever the holders represent the most populaf Catholics of the continent la not so N.B. Cor, Washington and Dearborn I>to., Chicago. '

ry' s T-171tskete'ain out to But tbe presents, and city florists and confec- readily explained. In Edinburgh to eat Buck Head Oyster Saloon I J ,, 'r
.loners reap an immense harvest from hot cross buns on Good Friday baa
t henhouse with Its ; of Eastertide. frc'slicrowing been like the GUY i: Metcaif West Palm Beach .ji.
1 i I tills custom Any regarded eating of meats OYSTERS, FRUITS VEGETABLES Agent, ;
dining room and Its up thing from a pot of byaclntbfl offered to idols. Possibly when theearly .'
fowls went to roost to a stately Easter Illy or handsome missionaries went to convert our AND TOBACCO :

9..1Ither., We liked best blooming shrub, may: be given and no- Anglo-Snxon 'an estors they may have Florida Curios a Specialty :
t iltT JiI) opted as an appropriate present says Introduced the cross marked bread
t'w.. Mfied, 314-1 m Banyan Street, near Olive TIME TABLE' "
> over
the Tlttsburg Chronicle Telegraph Its and made it the symbol of that broken
,eetr' own sweet will In bonbon holders however to a by Christ at the last supper.It '

aid laid whenever and great extent that the typical Easter is an old belief that to eat cross LOUISVILLE, & NASHVILLE RAILROAD :

gift; is most not to be found and very buns on Good Friday protects the SPROUL'S ,EXPRESSFurniture I'

costly they are despite the airy unsubtantlality Louse from fire during the year. Mr.QulllcrCouch Penaenla, New Orleans and' Mobile
V of some of them. writing of the folklore ., ,
The display lu the shops Is bewilder- Baggage NnU No.4 No.J: No. 8No.1 No.e j ;'

'f Ing. Great straw eggs are made 'of transferred and general: "'7 7 1a'";; i2 Nn' 'P 11 on I' Leave..... .. .1'pnsarol"... ......\.Iv"' a 00-;; '"'4 fi'P '"ii"iIo(;; ; ', hN

f' ,, 1L'.lll 4 V 'd tl b colored braids interwoven with gilt and draylng done at reasonable 11 et 0U) a a 4 2 22 Y2 & 2 1 g : :::::::::::::::::::.:...1'lonmton.. Mobilu."' \: .:.:':::::::::.Leave,........ 11 2 itn No n p 1.1 9 Ito 18 :p: l 3 p p ,r

titles a d n have large straw rings ready for banging i rates.TwoSeated. ......... ft N 26y T rill a._.........,..._......New' Urluenx ........._.__. ._._._ H on p T :/.111,_...._. ._1... 'I ;
H them. When one of these wicker Pon..col&, Hr. Loule. Cluiaatl and LUIII.vlll", ,, \ '

eggs parts in the middle the Interior CarriageOr f. ,,:
Is lined with ''so No.I: No.4 Nt>. 1 No.8 ,
seen peacublow satin '
Single Buggy <$> < > -.- 'N.tl .
I that it may act conveniently as a workbasket 011111:1: 111'1 p L..ve........................ P..n ... .......................... 4on p n 01" I f";. ... ,
r when its mission as a candy For hire by hour or day. 6 11\ n K 110 I J' Arr/ve./ . ". .......... Mort.o"y ... '..Leave"' "' 11 In h 0 8.t P .' z .
; 11 IIII 012 P .. ... .. .. .. HlrlllhI, ,,,," ... ... ... ." It11111 4111'11' .. i
p ;holder is over. Leave orders t Manilla House. 2 110.. (Hl1) a..... ...............".,...........1.,,"I.v lIIu.............. ........ ............ \I ill II 1 411 n Y4'.;' ,
v liven"t Eggs of various colors, covered with 7 2uall In: a",..""..." ... ... .. .\t1l'11I11I1I1\ ........ .... .. .. .. ... U Oep 11 lap If' ,
and exquisitely band painted ira-trAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa 7 :/0.. 1 IJO I' ... ... .. tit. Lun1N ." _!,I)i' H Iill': Yu r. .

"0110.0'& and .naekeunvllle. .J; '::1:1t
open to reveal sweets within. Some

II are lined and wadded and answer for .1'10.' :/1. N... It 1'1.' Atop whole ThuD l is Not Shown No. 2 1'1":1' : t I .* .
ring or cuff button cases. ; Dally Dllily Dally Daily. f'I' t

+ Dainty bonbon cases are made of fine 11' as P TOO a J..vo..... ."......... PenallenIn. ...... .... .. .."..Arrive i a ni( P ,
: 'of C. G. yon SCHOELER 1:1: 11I' T 1:1: u .. ... .... ... lI..h"" "' ... .... .. "" .. ... .. .. .p II UII .
with flowers
porcelain decked oft 3 1:1: SIx 71nn .............. .. ...".............Yerxt, ,.o....... ... ........ ...."......... 1084-1'I 1)1, p P'{ t tt

Ne; !! h1A bonnlures various hues.have Some on the choice closely china'flttlufl boiv Watchmakerand g 2N Una a T 7 24u.17 a ::::::::.::::::::.::::::.. ..., ... i ,\\.I: '.....::::::::::.:::::::::':::::::::::::::..1:: 112 28I:: g 411 a7 V p t". '

little scenes from farm life the ll 12 12 NU a0n a T l8 27:ta a :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ',i'.lt'li. (: : ::::;.::::,:;::::::..:::::::::::.:::::.tf 1 O r15 21 p p n OaTp 4(1( :: ,. .,'. ,

hen and her having prominent 1:1: IIH.. 7 NNa .. .. ., "..... .. .. ..lIlIIlolI... ... ... .. .." ..... 10 lap 6f'I' r ;
progeny \ L Jeweler.ARTISTIC 1 110.. ...... ..,... Ouod ilenge.. .... .. ... ..... .. ... 4 011 J' .'
place in each. ( I 1 G15.. II J... n ...... "... .. ... .... a IIrlp 4111)p .
1 Flower trimmed fancy baskets In all J 220a N Nus an : ..::.:::::: :::::::: ::: : :; li r.. :.::.:::::.::...::.:..:::.::.:::.:: O1)p:) :: 4 4llI 00 p:: ; .

sorts of odd shapes and laden with 00a ..... nrerltnd ...... .. ... kaj aj)1n +
sweets are favorite Easter reminders. ENGRAVER on g 28n a U 08 lit : :::::':':::'::"::':::'.:::: h1"Y llebll :::: ::.:: : .::::'. .:::::. J( & r. N'84 :: "
4O8u 92na .. .. .. .. ... ..Dd.II..k".IIIj.. (. ...,.. .. ... Nlltp 240p
Wr HTTNTEfO FOB EGGS IN Opera bags and workboxes and bear{ WOOD METAL 418a 9 N4a ..".....................................A'.I' <'.vl......................... .............. 7 44I' :1/11 I' f_ '
decorated with ftoweri or 440. .. 947.. .. ...oncedo. Leon. .. ...r.... .. . 7110pl OH.. ha
pleased. There were no shaped boxes eu aII) Ona .'1'. ... .."... ... .,.... W..tvlll .. .. .. ".. .. .. .. 71Hp 1ro..p ,'. ,
those days and no typical ot the season are all in the II 011 a 10 tin a .................................... Caryvilio ............................. .. .. 7 .. 1 4-:11': I' :'
Easter swim.Jewelea's' PARLOR II 1111 fA 10 :90 .. .............. ................ .....U..lllh'v...................................... 7 .in I' 1 110 II :' k
J plenty of nooks and 10 NN ... : ,, Chlplev .. ... N 4th j' ,"
,, \!Were to be found and small wares come in for a in ZAPH BLOCK, : :m:: hnTa.: it.::. .:. ::: :: ::.::.:::::::.C'ottoudnle:: :: ; ,j .::;.:: ::: _:::: :::::::: //i''j p12: t2 ftl;) :p 'r7OQa1115a
of attention and not HALF = Next dour South ofSEMINOLE ; ......... .. ..........Mnrlunnu.J$ p59oap:/ '
only :ron YOU AND HALF FOB
amount MIL
where to look for them. large 7 ill) a 11 IIrI a .... .. ..... ... ... ... ('YprecN .. ....... .. ..".. .... .. /I 01.11 p 11 1111. 1" : .r I
and Btrawstncks were prayer books, crosses rosaries etc., for of a Cornish village says: "In some e HOTELEntrance = 740,114:1a .. .. .., ? Orandltldge.,... .. ... .. n42pl1ISa: ,,' I I;
the devout but silver trifles, such as 71114811 15:1: a ... ....... .. till.."..... ., .. .. .. .... 11/111110411'" "' 1*: '
4 tories and Beth and I did of our farmhouses the Good Friday tI 11)111:1lp.: .. . . . ...Rlve..JllocU..n. .... ....... . 9.20 P 10 110 a :. r .
down those great clean glove books, envelope openers, pin cake may be seen banging to the ba- WEST PALM BEACH FLA. .......... 141111 .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .'l.ol..h.. ...?... ... ...... a 18 p. .. .. :",r.' ." J I ,
..... ... .., .. . .. .. .
Mangers and haymows trays. ,bonbonnlercs, purses cigarette coo rack slowly diminishing until the = ,, 7 :lilpArrlve Jack eonvllle. ... Leave 11110.. .. .....,. '1';_
etc., for the more worldly are in Kxpurlunned workman. Cleaning and 4 .
return of the It .
and season replaces by
to Jump calf pens afresh lto|"nirlng skillfully done. n-lu-LP ---- --- ,.,
ways yielded bountifully requisition. one. It is of sovereign good In 41 D __ __ '.I(.;. :j,1'
, no end of fun Strikes! Those who manufacture the gifts all manner of diseases that may aflllct rvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv.1Ill1PO1Ja / i
r r ,!Were unknown. Those which they present at Easter are apt the family or the ca ttle. I have seena TOP. <

they were born to luy to restrict themselves to small and little of this duke grated into a warm Richmond Washington Baltimore .t' ;i ,
!was a jubilant cackling dainty trifles, such as perfumed SU' ninth for a sick cow." In Warwick Phll.delphla Boston Atlanta '

day Bomewhero on the diets of various kinds, decorated Voxel shire a lady inquired of a laborer's ManOBS/ .h ,::"sl1. Chattanooga Louisville "
for ribbons handkerchiefs gloves, etc.; :
always Ell styI' with those wife regarding her little son who was Cincinnati St. Loui Kansas CitxPittsburtf
"After the egg bunting I bookmarks photograph frames opera ill. The mother replied that he huU : V f i
;l, burled ourselves In the and waist bags and other personal been very poorly but she hud grated The supply of this fruit is very Detroit Cleveland .,:.;1

d remainder of the day knlckkmicks. some Good Friday bread Into a little limited and the demand pressing. Chicago etc. /. '.:

r ; I' kettles and dyentuffg. It One of the many exquisitely bound brandy and It had cured him. The Orders are now coming IB for sum \'. .

been half an Easter to us little books which publishers bring out bun never grows moldy and she had mer delivery. I can book
for the season Is a graceful gift provided kept this one seven 'or eight years. SheSOUTHERN ;
ored Logwood
eggs. .,.
1 understands well the taster Cash Orders
'. beautiful purple onion one Poor Robin's Almanack for 1733 says Only :

)\1 tinge. For variety we of the recipient. of the Good Friday bun: to be sent by express in the order

'J i JI bits of beeswax: on the ON EASTER MORNING. I Whose suld.They'll virtue. Ie, If you believe what's received. Price 25 cents each, $2 RAILWAY : ;i ;
these places remained
not grow moldy like the common a dozen. Money promptly returned
, I the eggs a spotted bread. .
} if orders exceed ,
Beautiful children whose voice sweatEcho ';,J'.1: .
",'., "From mother's box the carol the bells repeatAll For two persons to break a Good Friday Cuttings of Mulgoba Mango ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS : ;' '
from some neighboring In the Easter morning bun between them was considered for 'and'safer ,': .
Jieth'brought forth Did ye !know that before the: sun ao red of grafting a new ,
t not only a pledge friendship, but a THe Southern's Palm Limited :
from his bedLoveliest known
blues Had clambered up downy only practical method ,
tix ured calicoes, reds surety against disagreement the act
y colors that would Tun. Early on curoln Barter were morning sung being accompanied by the words; furnished at 30 cents each by mailor THe Washington, Richmond and ;i ;u '

bit of 'cloth round each :Half for you and half for me,' express. Flo '1-'
Limited 1 .
dropped them Into boiling Out where the willows are bending low. Between us two good will shall be. KLURIDGE GALE, .
the mints drift to and fro
they remained a few Out All where In the Boater morning In a paper before the British Arch Mangonia Fla. r The New' YorK and Florida Express ;. :"' .
out with the dgures and Little brown birds In Quiet neat, ologlca! society in 1878 lilt II. L. Cum- s-1S.IfORDER .
cloth stamped upon them. Twlturlnglow. 'neath mother's breast Ing stated that he bad known a woman TO THE EAST. : :; ,> ; '

atlons these were. We : Bay, "Springla" coming. ; let's sing out to take a little grated bun as a cure I

S Joy by dancing around Early beet on Easter morning-. for a sore throat and that even In that ,' FOR PUBLICATION. The Chicago and Florida Special ; :! A: 1 I I

laid the eggs separately year twenty stale Good Friday bunt The
fold Jn the Circuit Court SsveothJudicial Florida Limited }
In woolly
exhibited them to Dainty fernleta. strung on a cord .were banging as a nit-lilt. > lo Chancery

' "Oh. Beth Beth! It's Safely All In hidden the Easter from morning wind and, cold. festoon above the door of a room 'at Dale, County; Florida ) 10 THE NORTH AND WEST. ,:4.; : .t.

} or more since you went Lifting their blankets peep to nee Brlxton Mil! In'the belief that this protected Thomas Uobsoniv "
!rive the world for a What kind or a place the world may be the house from witches and evilspirIts. .. 5 Bill for Divorce. t1 1 u uPullman'
Annie' Hobson ) :
and rustle merrilyKarly ,' "
sweet face under that And\: waken on Easter morning- Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati via ,}}.i "t j
110W r' was the cry of the It appearing hy atmiavlt of complainant'sattorney Asheville through "The Land ot the Sky." 35: ; "' '11' <
low and ......t. Aa Easter, Souvenir.A In the above stated cause tbat the :f:
brook sings
' Ing fcesrt. De bowed his The clear the little, pebbles with dainty feet pretty little Caster souvenir and ,rpHltlonc ol Annie Holmon, the duhmdant Through-trains via The Southern Railway are operated in : ;,; !i: .
bands and for a few Touching connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway > (q\:
,1 All In I the Easter morning. that always plca.es a child Is' therein named I. unknown, anil tbat sun Is
' lost In thought r-Sprtnlir! to coming 1 make the way laid over the age ol twenty-one'' yearn; It IH t harclure Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through (vU; !
1 made an empty
1 by S ?
The March wind Qroen. where the flowers shall be some I ordered tbat said dnfundsncbeandshe 0I trains. <: ff.if
on Its side on a card, then placing In t n
ed hereby required to appear to the Bill ol Com- t i .
without emphasizing
Blnglngfl! herald the eun'e first ray It one of the fluffy little chickens or 1 ,, Ask for Tlokeis via Southern Railway. Correspondence Solicited. ;
, r Within. ." lilalut filed In laid jeann" on or before Mun- :
'( "Sarah resumed Mr. Early on Easter morningBeautiful ducks which may:: '''be purchased at a i I day< the oth day ol May. A. D. 100:1: other ** i ":1 ,rn.
the sun wife" red Japanese store. Instead of the chickenor I v.Im the allegation of enid bill will be takenas fir '". ,
suddenly "I'd Ilk!* to Loveliest carols one ere were sung and said duck a little China or Japanese doll uonfviMed bv said Defendant. H. F. CAREY, FU. Pan. Agt, 108 V. Bay St., Jacfcsonvtib, FU.S $: ',; ?YI t.. .

his sister spend Easter All In the Easier morning. may be put in the shell. The Easter It Is farther ordered that thin order be pub H '' \ ,"I '. '
do you lay," The light mist ahroudeth, the sleepy town, date or motto may be put on the card llsbed once.. .o week for eight: consecutive H. HARD-wTCK, V. H. TAYLOE. i.; ...'t.. "1 ,
"Why of course But the bird and the terns and the brooklet weeks. In TUB TROPICAL Sun, a General P"'Arent" \ f! !
yea Instead of on the shell. The little toys newspaper Pucengct Agent, A.'t Ctal 1 ; ; /

LearL"I Bto g In the*Var. while the Stan lookdown that 'are put In the eggshell should not imblbaed Thin February in said Conner:91st: 1P02.and Htate. Washington, D. C. Atlanta Ga'l :, : "!}:{,1 u' I3aawvr I

I "We'll have them I Iwe'll be glued In; for It will be a pleasure to "' ; ifI,,,
CCt.VC.rVal] K ( : 15.
give them alt the l Early on Easter morning. I the little recipient to take them out t <
Don't f i-M. C. Waterman la South' Companion S. SAUNDEIia' Clerk ClrcultCourtBolleitoi r'r: >, ,II
eat for once. l anti! put them back again.; I I' lo. Complainant. ,
,Jill"' b 'II'. nest to pier! ...- .. ,(
"S" P ... ttA4t4"Tz
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\ .H 4 royli' .'r17 0; .... ; o .....:............. ...... : "'" $'; itel7n, .y,. rt'A,. rnf'iSi{ *...'"i-'w-.i
t sM t" fR wf ,., .k "r r"S. ., '.dNn' ., "0 '\ .... '

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truth uttered unlntentiou >, xDCe7tii3ri't; OCf Db kokokokokokokkokokokokokolsEASTER tA8T .Ct'13 R JTY BLOOM ----- 1
SERMON\ OF REV. S. D. PAINE. was a great o 0 _

.- I ally. The world has pone after Christ rMIXIXi: Favorite 'rioirnm THE SUNDAY >OL,
i t the (fcne.**\ Fe.-
At the Went aide Ciinwrcaktluiml "'hurcbStluda No student history can deny that l: tlvnt ol CUrl.tcn\ ....

!, Morning, M.roh JlJrrit.E Christianity made great and wonderful @CO"i(/) ,c=::=:>> f AMONG i Raster:! II fJs ouUiUly an !firtlstlc: boll LESSON XIII, FIRST QUAR1 :

,.. I prowess. during the first I three centuries. ,, day amt pre-euilaaptly a duy of (fory! NATIONAL feeRISS, MAr1 '

41, .\. S. D. Paine pleached a sermon, Wheu Christ died, 120 met In an upper IJ i MORAVIANS x1f ers. Nothing la 'So beuutijttl na fjSui! ,' 1
1 ?
appropriate Palm Sunday last Sunday room; all that constituted the visible t..:. II: C lto e 071oltOlt01107t07a110Stota0110ttOit071 great spring miracle, the' uuddluf of(. '' h = f,4 f jn' t

morning, The church waa beautifully church.; It increased on the day of Pen .o :: p I life and bloom out QfJthe; bare bro ui .)le.re.y,,V.r..Ie1a .

decorated with, the fronds of the cocoanut tecoHt to 3,000; then to 5,000; then many (::1: p : OULD you see the annual lirniKihea! that scot Il0 U: like so ,tunny si pa-Comm atcoyyrfi"levw

4 g tree, and potted plants. The congregation j prleKta believed, then it spread to Antioch '0 fa >p s return of Baster dead'' things during w t r tier. Bvory l \:

was large. The text was taken ; then to the cities of Asia MInor. : 0 .' observed, In a manner blight spring>> day now the crown' of "
( N
j It crossed the Hellespont, invaded Europe MI VlJ e a at once beautiful, solemn Iirotneuudeis, men "Wiil women big 2. "They have taken awn,
C' from the Gospel of St. John 12th Chapter .... tj a:=.. outof( th* sepul&ier& and know wki
started churches its chief cities !end Inspiring and little show a rewliouslvenesH to the
and igtb. verse: : : 1 whefTthey have laid Him." Thebe
like Berea. Thensalonica, Athens Journey nt tho close reawakening of tho earth, and ""
Philippi, txj; ::: I Uovlttts' the word .
"Tim I'hnrlnee*, thnruloni said mnnithKiniutlvei. > .. of of Mary Magdalene( to.
: ... : ( ; holy week: to the windows '
three centuries tj and sldojraTlta proinlso '
"Purcelte. y. how ;Vet piwnll said Rome. In the =b Moravian give and John on her rrtutin 4rdm t I
gray town
nothing Bvholill the world In. gone altar" it conquered Roman Umpire. l(.!)> .t' .tjl-. Q: _: of Bethlehem Jn rennsylvanld. Her of the abundance o( flowefsi.oon\ to bo. char early on* the ntormljtar kra tu

111 nt." Another thought; it met with bitter c ) -.o: a lZr : null survive many primitive customs Preparations for Easter] the"crowni of lec'Hou. day An i ail" Mt '

History-both secular and sacred, furnishes Polytheism c+ ct: :) pr i;) Ho-\\ovor It 1 Is the (lower BOIIHOII say the t'hlladel, 1 quarter have shove '
t opposition. Judaism, are Al ..... ou Easter that the
na with many examples of great Inherent depravity of the human heart ( ,M0 OO-t: W to tE thought which run like a golden plain Times, are begun by the florists loge of the risen aadasagndod' i t '

triumphal entries into cities by con. human eelf-foterest. all offered it. None' .g 0 td ..,.. _: thread through alt tho devotlona of the many weeks before tbe day actually is not amiss ou, fly)* twvletw4 'y #
hupiou ha Euatera
querors. did so much harm IIIf its own pride, sectarianism ;;) ......., 1:1 = orItVI8nS thuds Its unique and nffcot arrives; and the smartest shops in | to T* oau ((4

,I After David had achieved bis .victoryover false conceptions of God and (0) Goliath the Philistine .J OQ. ) of Caster bo it understood comes itow.
,, braggadocio ((0) llvvuis In and luilOlte"i dtf'
Christ and
the religion of Jesus I
the Hebrew' people met David in Christianity poor ad. i n .... p :-:: v
and sung: "Soul has slain his thou- "example professed tS: e 7q solemnly joyful climax of au eight First and foremost the Illy .'.,in bucaiiNo they knew not l 4 h1

sands, but IJaviil< his ten of tbouvands." herents. Co lJ) i..;.;.. ,,. -....-.-.- r.: ilnys' vigil, which Is begun on tboevening ter's symbol\ flower. Tbolls.......... of and they knew not bouau$ lv

{; In spite of all it triumphed. Whit I :: :: '.$j before Palm Sunday and la people who buy ,and enjoy the Bermuda \ not In the lessons of
Ilia strewn with flowers
by '
pathway was I : devoted to the recital of the Lord's lilies have little idea have seen thousand upon
|it l i iI made lit The cause. It Is true; Its ( r' O b 0 what an extensive
tbe admiring throngs. O men and women made now ciu
Passion, the narrative business) the
n being propagation ofthCHB
tbe the 1:1 :
founder, Christ purest man, ,
'. ,
j J History informs ua that In September, (.1 .::d.. p -Q.' lovely BIrlngllowet.s bus become the power of Ills resurrection %Ve a
1 teacher the world has ever seen. t to ba often reminded Clu'
greatest that If lt
>1 of
6i.'B.: C, Pompey the Roman generaland t:1: fi Tbe bulbs
are shipped BeimudaIn
The ethical creed of Christ; the effects' of ((0) Q. 0 risen all iireachlug Is- vain and ro f i e
triumvir landed in Italy and great quantities during tbe autumn been saved
the world. L; 0 ? or ever will bet but a
marched to Rome along the Appian WAY i iI Christianity on s crX r 000 o. and winter and placed in greenhouses being ralsud up from the dead i and
Christ was a leader. There waa to be Into tbd all In heaven and
I r Ills entire journey was a grand ovation i great developed lovely plant power earth evoryj
R When he entered the Capitol singing magnetism in Christ. lIe was the most -. which has become symbolic of Kuster. : pose of the Lord shall b* pertorn .
\ n. B. Church Services. As to the number of those bulbs Cor. xv, 12-28)). him popular teacher or preacher who ever ,! now x )
women met accompanied by {
3-5. The 1
two dlsclplo ran bee #
J it and .
I produced In Bermuda shipped to
whole populace and gave him a magnificent lived. The common people followed The following( H the order of services 1 inTv the United States for Raster j Maiy's message, and John,-the floats .
had Him and loved Him. lIe was sympa purposes the two, arriving first, i v l
triumph.: Pompey carried in the Meth' di.t Church to which, a It Is said that between 10,000.000 and looked In and law the linen clot !
thetic.(< ThewontnnbyrriedtotheTempie
:'; before him brazen tablets with the number I cordial invitation. I given" to strangers : 13,000,000 bulbs were sent last year. but lid did not go hi. It may bato 4 v
of the castles end cities he hud I to be put to death; she was forgiven.
Sunday School at 9:45: i.-m. Preaching The enormous quantities of Easter him too soured a thing to

captured; LoooCities, and 900 castles. I He raised the dead, ted the hungry, at it a. m. and\ 7.30: p. m. Epwortb lilies produced happily place a plant such a place, or It may ba that he r ,

? U R' It took two days for the procession to opened the eyes of the blind cared for Devotional Meeting at m. within the reach of the most modest he might are the precious body,a des,
League 3p.
ed. lying elsewhereIn* the tomb \Vo\\
the bodies well the Hauls of men.Va This Easter
pans a given point! Pompey was de. : as as purse. plants can proba-
Rev C. Fred Blackburn: :pastor I not know fully his thoughts and fc es*
dared to be the conqueror of the world. I \ Christ only a man ? That Is' the --- II bly be secured at all prices varying until be shall some day toll, ua lij l; ,

In the year 274, Aurelian of Rome, absorbing question. The Bible,savs lIe Dade County Knows Gordon! Well. from CO cents upward so that hundreds but this we surely koow that I inbulleved ,
._ of these Jewel-like flowers will his Loi-d's words ba *;]
1'1' entered the Sacred City with his spoils was more than a man. Christ said lIe ---
shed their purity and beauty in tbe have been surprised to find n
and captives, and accompanied by the was more than a man. Paul said lIe was Times-Union and Citizen tells of humblest of homes. tomb, but might rather have ,jot ?
beautiful Zenobia Queen of Palmyra more than a man. Napoleon Renan, the quickest divorce and remarriage on Easter lilies; however, are not tbe claimed "Ha Is risen!" r

''f who was encircled with golden chains, all admit that Christ was more than a record, as far as we know Mrs C. E only flowers of Eastertide. Pcrhapn u-M, Peter, more Impulsive, x ,

L under the weight of which she almost) wan Cnchlow separated from her husband on the most popular flower after the lily come, goes right Into the i air s
then John follows, and th/wit/tr;}! J
faiuted. lie came to teach. He came to !live a the 13th of February (last month.) On Is the azalea which Is already being linen clothes lying and tliw-.., t"

The grandest procession the world pure life, to save humanity Ills king. I the 4th instant, nineteen days later she !sold In the shops and along the streets, was about Ilia head wrapped tog w

ever saw was the Queen's Jubilee in t8g dam shall come. was granted a divorce, and on the same the prices ranging all the way from t'2 a place by Itself and they believed fr
I, .._ i to well on up to $50.: The azaleas come testimony that the body was not
1 The Priuce of India. The Premiers of .-&-- day a license was issued for ,her mar. '
10 the double and single varieties and tomb, but beyond that, as to, tvbatl
it independent colonies of England State Democratic Committee Meeting rlage to an attorney, Gordon R": Broome. In colors that deepen'from snowy white become of the body, they were whojf

I, t\ and representatives. from all parts of ---.-- .. --- through the most delicate pinks to a the dark, s* the verse.!""!"" Its'dry ,,

her great Empire marched through There will be a meeting of the State Ars You GoingTo vivid rose and deep crimson. 0. "For ss y!ft they"ture el
that lie must rise again fro
London. Democratic Executive Committee, at the Itosua: will be depended upon largely dead.

i .., All lhe.se triuoipal entries pale before New Windsor Hotel In the city of Jack. Riohrnnd, Washington/; Baltimore MORAVIAN TRUMPBTEIUi PI1OOI/AIM1NO TUB I his Easter while lilacs, tbe very expensive they Dosldes might III:*with owe anointed oft rewords t

the triumphal entry of Jesus Christ into sonville\ on Tuesday, April l.5tb..t 10 PliilaiUlpbta'or, New York? DAWN' Off' BUT_, product of the greenhouse, and have seen Ills resurrection In Ps. svlj YkIse

The Seaboard Air Line Railway lilies of the valley hyacinths, xxvU 10 IIII!, 10: Uus. vl,. 2. ""
the City of Jerusalem, on an April day o'clock a. m. This meeting is called for rend by the clergyman as far as possl mnrgue'rites ;

ne rly 19x0 years ago. The people met the purpose of electing! a Chairman of offers you the choice of two elegant ble on the actual anniversaries of the and a, very effective ;yellow daisy least hearts a strong set suggestion. a"r of It, br a y
Him and cast their garments at His feet the Committee and for the transuctlon daily trains! the Metropolitan Lifted original occurrences. which appears early in the prlng'will according to their upon way ot tlilukiag '

,i and strewed Ilia march with the branch I of such other business as may be considered and tbe Seaboard Fast Mail. Tho Easter morning services begin all Easter be very popular Easter favorites nr iu.-tIMrennd, 1 then, a u n
several! hours before daybreak. At 8 being the queen festival of .
Leave St. Augustine at 8:65 f a. m. CtT '
PRICK SAL rj'.ya
: es or fronds of the date ;
palm. necessary. Christianity, (lowers aro a chosen me r
o'clock rest is broken by the loud pen badIng' nb place alvtoleo y
Tbe triumph of( Christ on that Palm Special railroad rates will be secured or 0:10 p. m. Leave Jacksonville etrutlag tones of 'the trombone. Tbe dlnm for the expression of philanthropic poses. ,, 'a

'( yr. Sunday was a mute prophecy of Hi. such as are usual for such meetings. 10:10: a. m. or 7:40 p. in. trumpeters have begun their Easter inclinations at this season. You have 10. 11. The disciples went to the '

f triumph through the ages; a triumph, All members are urgently requested to '..rNew -- ''-- rounds. Starting from the church bar- the reputation of being a good natured, homo, but Mary remained t"tu. sepTl fA,

g'; not of war,but of peace; not destruction, be present and if unable to do so. to be House Boat for Sale or Charter. fug played an opening carol on Its well meaning man, or you are a kind chef weeping. Luke says that Peter d>J.
parted wondering In himself at thatWifL ."M
but salvation. The Pharisees looked on properly represented Fur particulars address G, A. Rave high. old fashloped steps they march hearted woman. Then 'remember the was come to pass Lake XJtktjJf ry.M

...Itbjealonsy and exclaimed, with great J. E. CRANK:, Secretary. care of TROPICAL, SON, West Palm through the Bleeping town, and across children in the hospitals, who cannot believing that Christ wen "' A t
the: river Into South Bethlehem mate] shore in the sunshine. and spring skies llevlnff iilrunlv that ills ltiA d
depression in the words of the text. It Fla. ilarcli e
i Tamps ai, 1902.:
BeRcb'I lug stations at places especially Identified of Easter day and tho grownup nick the tomb and wondering i if yb +L1tQ{.""[ 'VI { ':

I _L....,. __a. -- with Moravlanistu\ and joyously I also for you never saw a man or woman come of It and what It all iaeaDt.7' ''e.. .,.,
ll' 4k Y rtif lcYf iJc A >k g YcT h T dk'1R ajde>1v'y +1k Ik F 14? 14 rY k rJKv k t' ak r- sir x v wsw m proclaiming the dawning of Easter. who was too old to appreciate a are reminded by the disciples, and, )Diary '

j ki TYYTYYYTYYVYTVTTTTTTVTVVYTTVTTTYTTVT'rYTTVYYYYYYTTYTYYTtVV' Soon Is heard the pattering of count flower and the dear people In the old of a time when ""ver7 man. went to his J" ''I

less feet the slate pavements.The folks' home, who have few Ensters yet i own home. Jeans went nuto'the ]Mountof .
WA upon to come, and in remembering them- Olive. (John .vll, 63: rill 1)). Did ,, .
to the
are you see a 'ttody ,
ever precious |Iltll away
church for seats will be at the At last a heavenly band I !
scarce from Your llffht. and thl frlpnd..v4nA vain* ,
Give thoe. the, '
coming service. When the service begins Lllloi ot eternal give peace. lives all, went to their bona 4pt.>ut you "C
the church is filled, and so are It Is having left that which was the house la
a pity that the flowers will not
all the which the one who was, dearer to/
approaches. you
flSTERit An anthem by the choir a brief lit comply with the needs of the Easter than life had lived la the tomb felt that
festival and
ii'' bloom two months earlier you no longer bad what could be called
any a hymn or two,, then. the clergymen !
than Usual but
happily for the luxurl home If so. ;you can sympathize, with
tl preceded by the trombones puss
l ous Christians of the modern world Mary.

out through the east door, and the congregatlon our florists know how to create an ar, 12, 13. "Woman why wcepect thou Y'

'r'r4 follows, being joined as It Uncial spring to match the Imaginarymoon Thus spake the angels to bar, and she answers r

r4, t,a GOOD"Iii marches by those who fill the approach and they also know how to import In about the same words she had *
es to the church and by the curious from tropical Islands. the flower used to Peter and John. Words BOOM Idiot
folk' whom train and trolley cars have that bloom in their when, there Is this aching void In the ;
e. spring a thousand
brought from the neighboring towns heart unless. they come from those who
away. can truly sympathize, who have them-
Slowly upward moves the procession
All through this snowy and frosty strives/ expei: 'lenced our sorrow
I toward the graveyard lying on the winter fields of lilies\ have been grow 14 18. ""Woman why weepest thou"
+ ridge of the hill tie solemn notes of for in This time the words
Ing us Bermutlland are now exhaling are from Jesus IIlui.
fy r ha trombones growing more cheerfulas their fragrance in city green- self and they mean more, for lIe can be

Our Spring Line of it pusses through the cemetery gate houses. The early Easter therefore, touched with a feeling of our InflrtuitleaItcb. -

Just as the tops of the tallest tree will not lack its ( iv, IS; 10)). It would seem that a.
,'. catch the first kisses of the Easter sun would it lack otrerlnanor I Mary faced the angels and they spoke to

The priests, with uncovered beads,, ,In the middle of them If it should come her she must have seen them looking at &J-!
i U "MANHATTAN".aSHI'RTS nice their places in the center of the i I January some one behind her, and as she turned %d..
Tbe flowers that salute the morning to see whom or what they were looking at
burial ground close to an open grave, ,
of this beautiful festival she, supposing she
connect us saw the gardener
at symbol of tho resurrection {leblnd with the speaks to him of the
remotest recorded antiquity, body she cannot find "'
them stand the trumpeters. For tin In. 1 Imagine her talking to Him
The oldest Egyptian tombs bear testi whom sheso +
taut a bush seems to fall from the lovud. and
not knowing Him but
mony, both in their pictures and In see ;
reddening sky, then after prayer by their also chapter xxl 4. and remember the
Inscriptions, that
\ the choir singe the 4.000 year. ago two who walked to Emmaus
bishop tUo hymn with Him
is now open, and no prettier assortment can 'The Graves of All Ills Saints Christ human beings made the same use of and knew Him not till they saw Ills
F !flowers In tbe religious festival of tbe hnuds, .. lIe
> broke bread la the house <
Blest tho movement of the ae
be found on the market. Prevailing styles ccleratlug at tbe last lines of song the sec spring that we do In 1003. How grief and unbelief do blind us and ";
Before Pharaoh reigned the eastern how much sorrow we m'ght! escape If we hi
) are mostly with white ground and ond verse- people placed flowers upon such altars : would only .believe Gall! "

Up to the Lord our flesh shall fly as tbey bad In token of gratitude and 10. "Mary,! "Mauler! What a heavenly "

_ : neat Nothing will At the great rising day. gladness. Wreaths and garlands "m<iun In parvot"! Just one word .1<
stripes. gaudy ot(
_ Then, just as the sun clears tbe eastern flowers were bung In the from each, but heart meets heart In those
hilltops. the congregation with deep temples. two words., The heart broken I I. comforted t}
this Bouquets
do in a Shirt Season. We emotion takes up the hymn- and mounds and pyramids of ; the Father of mercies and God of allcomfort .o
flowers V
were employed precisely has
at spoken Whether
Then let the lost loud trumpet Bound It be as '
have them, with Cuffs ,attached And let our kIndred rise. tbey are with us. FredericWhltfleld says the sorrowing, / -

Awake, y* nations underground; At private feasts a bouquet was offered broken hearted Mary or the tried awl ter. ;v, ',\'
I ,1
4 : and detached T. saints, ascend the skl.. to each guest on his arrival, and rifled disciples In the upper room or ... -'.,'

S After this there are responsive read- we perceive that It was a polite observance doubting Thomas. or the weary, dlsap- *"' ..

C 'tki tugs a prayer and two hymns, tbe for guests to exchange flowers pointed Himself tollers the risen on the lake a. Jesus shows w1t; ;\1t,

i bishop the words of the selected from their Christ to-each all Is
: pronounces bouquet. It mode
; to right and tbe all
$1.50 $3.50 apostolic grace and the service is over. would be difficult to think of any use Chrbt for every""' state of man'suQMvncy heart Of Is <

Later In the morning the joyful Easter of flowers made by us, whether In private made manifest. The heart of man needs

liturgy Is rendered in tbe church wltb entertainment. or In public ceremonials only.to see Jesus. Let Him present Him ,

; but they are rout musical splendor. The service which was not perfectly familiar self and all will be well and the heart

for the rest of the day continue to hold to civilized peoples before the will be filled with joy and gladness and
4 4 bofr attractiveness but all fall behind nvramlds: were built. renoie aulntl In FTlm.
-" '
THE[ MHNHHTTHN"ANTHONY the' earlier greeting of the festal da) If In some of our conspicuous churches Father iT. "I and allce-aduotom, Father and :your 'I"4
to Ood
my and :your Ood"
i ;
In the impression of personal faith and there Is ostentation or excess In the The question/ I L often eakad

devotion which the morning service display of costly flowers on Easter Lord not allow Mary to touch Why did our t
t' i 1----11--'N'1--11--O rv'rr r'r 1'N tivwr never fails to 'leave upon those who morning, we need not harshly con Just a little later the sum morning Him when He ,

year by year come from various peril demn an indulgence which has the allowed the other women to hold Hint bvn : ., N
ot the country to attend It,-Ledger merit of being harmless and of givinga the feet and worship| filmy (Matt. MvllJ\ j t

1 BROS. Monthly. banquet of delight to a great multi .) Why Dot be content with tbe Lord's r 'r{(

V tude of people. ?WMP"5S0ni "For I "" not yet ascended> .it,
( '
In .
+I Tie Fad SSmmtn Card. Nor Is it the waste it once was, tot and ? Tbe Inference Is plain 1tI
Almost all the Easter cards are distinctly after the glorious music of the festival( easy that before the other women ,

E Palm Beach West: Palm Beach Miami' other emblems secular. Flower.of peace and and doves purity and has has dispersed died away the and potted the flowers congregation bloomon and met evidently Him rctnrnod.lIe ascended had During ascended and, the returned forty to His: days:r.tber: He 6/' ",r;

adorn them, but there are few representations as before, and the gathered flowers times before the vtslblrasrenelonn.' many Blnre l otl!' ,

<| AMTIIOWY'S SHOCK; 1 of sepulchers and very few are caroled away to the hospitals and which, ha h.. not yet returned put,, lIe '
I religious texts. To such an extent has asylums.No. will (Acts 'I. 11)). and'! loon now. .'!.2'IS. .\
jW 6 *a\ Alt B fft the secular card craze been carried In- Her tears were dried ber heart wu

? sAL>ceMIGN r t(= deed, that those who refuse to buy' D.... fa m..t.... Cap. glad and she went as Ill, messenger to

$ tip them are known as specialists, and Easter means something joyous, we comfort others as they mourned I yeti
wept but she
some few ecclesiastical cards, which are sure, at any rate. And it is not associated Story they" told them the wonderful
would not l lxtl
11' AAAIAAAIAAaUA1ANlA4AAA11LAAlUA AAAAAAAAIALAAAAAAAAAA1AAlL DO doubt the shopkeepers think: innpnoprlata with bills. It is the only festal !, 0-14)() ). Neither did believe they her (Marl. ".
to the season and only called cup without dregs. There Isno' lie.... at first b". t
+ 1ft of the two who
: ulA.1.N ,,s tl7} ,lil$Jt nr ?1'1t '+ saw Him !later'on the
L /a 1 : for ,by cranks: lire stowed away foe January; ; dogging its shadow, na indJUIt laDle day, aDd wben.-'(in the \eveatng. law V

> them.; ,,gaetiay, stt.e slnipl! pleernraa : appeared Sato 1"." tIIfY""JJ.,1\Ia' .s
p '... -,,, :. ,- "" ", -.... / ''' rithaNtt4' na6eUsI4 .J ?!

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