The Tropical sun
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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 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).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00603
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'I, ,silk; Mrs. Dearborn looked younger than timbers and wooden fixtures from' the "
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ever iu a gown of pale blue and.black, "----0 craft, where they were helped out of the ,f2 t

'">I l L,.. Scraps: of News About This: and :That becomingly made;, Mm. Captain :Hadcn of News About This and That wii t the Sun's Men Heard In The surf by Boynton's volunteer life-saving People as They Come and do-People

T ';; And Different'Things. ., :, wore pink, and Mrs, 10bn'Frederick.,' And Different Things ?:, Llvley Local Whirligig. corps. There were an even dozen souls You May or May Not Know. '
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party .
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"' \yep, Carefully Compiled and Confined* to and belles, was charming in a Parisian k' Hlrror. of- Mlnop Parker, manager of the Hotel A
r;; I Newsy-- Notei and Hums'of Intarsat to -, Happtnlmrs, Aool- Malango of P.raon.llt.ma-VJalto.s In
I "that; Whteh J. pf. Most',InUrest ,to trimmed. gown-...' > Everybody In General and Nobod,'' I "dents Coming Events and a Boynton. took the refugees all In, and the City and Cltlzons Tlsltlnsi .
'" That the beau of provided them with food and shelter until .
the Citizens of Dado County.LiTTLE the'nnlng was a In Particular.MANHATTAN \ Galaxy of Currant Goiitp. Out of the City'
Cocoanut Grove boy and that It would they were paid off and sent to their ,
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be impossible to say who was the belle, respective home,.
,/ RIVER BIPPLE9. -, there.were so may:- SHIRTS: -ANTHONY'S "Walkover" Shoes-ANTHONY BROS." Several wrecks have occurred on this Mr. and Mrs S. HI r sell, York, Pa.,

Cro in- ---- That the up-to-date girl was there, "Buckeye"-Shining/ and Repairing reef in recent years and all along the regular visitors to the Lake, are at the.
t ., B Bre exceUent'conJJlioq but a EDWIN CLAPP'S SHOES, $6.00 and Palms for
; little ]la.te.Mrs. with diamond buckles on her sleeves- $7,00-finest made-at ANTHONY'S Shop already for badness, (old bank).* shore from Jupiter south to Hillsborough again another !season.

r That the "chick" man eftbeevening Inlet chains, anchors and other equip- Mr. and Mrs, N. S. Burn ham will\
: !; Duncan ,1Irossi tor" Key West, Cleaning Repairing and Pressing. A. Two Furnlahed Room.,for gentlemen,
M carnet under and ment of ships are to beVound, which make their home In the
a dog one arm an $. and week. Palm Beach
$5.00 Bros.
iM \ .oq per Anthony t
spent Christmas with, b tI'\later., Miss G. ,Bain Schmid Blocks Clematis Av }
opera attest the of this fatal reef' to Hotel
"" ; bat under the other-: danger on the East Side, for the season.
:Helen-Barr. : /'-. .That there several brides enue.. r-9-tf. J. E. ; Land Commissionerof Mariners.
was present,
'A, Rf Knight,,of Lemon, City, is build. and to-ber the F. E. C. Ry.i wag la town yelter.I --- S.--. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Jefferson are
soon:- '
many Two passenger trains a day each
way down from week
: day'oA. Hobe Sound this ,
I\\\'. Jug a crate and fertilizer "bouseat' Lit- That the ladies had a much harder now Indicate the opening of the season'stralelln I : KNOX IIATS-staiidard of the worldat guests of Mr. and Mia. Chas E. Hainer.
River. V time burning the redeeuied-mortf} 'new ANTHONYS Baos.
up ; unmistakable manner shop has been add --
t Miss: Annie Gooding of Missouri, who age 'p.pl"r than they had paying1 1 H off, ed to"tbe list of needed business enterprises --. Tuesday Miss Ellen Freedlund of

has been vlH.thig'her\ sister, Mr. J W. which ceremony took place before the Miss' Belle Earnest has accpted: a po- la this town When the Queen of the Southland Boynton while riding her wheel between "

('. 6 I Clower,L 'B gone to Key.West, bit Is ex.t refre.btneuts were/.erved, and was explained sitiou in Greenleaf & Crosby'jewelry town aud Mangonia had the misfortue

ik? [peeled to return,,noon. In a neat little speech: by the store at Palm Beach, for the season. :Buy the best' food confections popcorn Camp to fall and dislocate her arm. F

: Mr. and! .)frs. Creeley.of Washington, president: Mr. Dearborn' while Miss Guy Livingston "has rented his East "crispettes! ," "ice cream "kisses." In her glistening palace, on a throne Major I.. W. Dean and wife, of Gads-
k'The e
Under Palms.
D. C., who bas"been .visiting; their McFarlaiu, founder of the Club, held Side home for I the season and will occupy that shimmered and sparkled like a ,: den, Ala., are here Oo a visit to the Ma ,t

4 nephew' ,..lion: Hudson Burr and other the,tray on which the paper was burned the Nilson Cottage south of town. Wilbur Yarborough's new house on spray jeweled rainbow, the queen of the jor's sons, and to try to recuperate his *

t4 elatives here, returnedto. their home I could tell you a.lot more but I must The home of Re?. and Mrs. L. F; Clenuti Ave. Is about completed and winter sat In royal state. failing health In this genial climate. 'lv'l
j st Sunday. leave, cpnce .for the Ladies Aid Society adds one'more to the neat cottages going Through the crystal walls of her wondrous .
IDndry was made- happy by the arrival W L Metcalf Invited
t\e was
castle the ruddy Sheen of midnight
entertainment which took
\ place on uj lilll. ;
;w; W. Allen, who with b'ia'famir.ent of a little stranger who came 'to make :YD'tbe its Melbourne last week where delivered
unfortunate sun was softly glowing;
Friday evening They were rays
the holiday at bis old home on the his home at the rectory. Crates! of beautiful strawberries are of an Address to the Masons of that town
In having a rainy evening although (el1l1ghtl., across its carpet snow, ,
wi a test Const hat returned Ids in the local this
markets week.
bringing dtsylayri1 on the occasion of the Annual Banquet
there wa a good! house, and\ they made The Beach Club enjoyed a? serenadeby changing its imperial white into a soft
\ Tbg she as pleasing! to the as and installation of officers. t
t $ eye ,
'. dotometoes nearly $30.00, so I am told. the Lake Worth Band one night this transparent pink,, like the beautiful / "

\ The:,eiuertaiomeat consisted of a aeries week"nnd'Mr.'Bradley' ."preaaedhl/l. thefjir-1" "
'' HJ bl" ''Jumper I,HajW'+Bro. Tattm" of t tgplc Iue,. coon: songs. and one appreciation: ( gracefully and substantially Protect your" homes from fire The when caressed by the lips of love. Collector at Miami was in town last A,

klckef: >yer) the trace f f ft was statedin .pantomime. ,. ________ Phoenix; Fire Extinguisher will 'do it. Curtains, woven from strands of the night having come up from Boynton
hU own' paper;last ,week that he no By far the most effective tableau wasChet A. O. Bain Schmid Block, ClcmathJAvenue. Aurora borealis' 'draped the wide doors where he had been paying off/ the crew

k longer heeds toe "advice Gamaliel to the : representing Summer. And the We have on our list ten (to) bicely 1-9 tf. of the royal room. Slowly they parted of the ill-fated barkentlne "Doris." d,
''' ell the'brother the furnished collates\ to let for the season ;
Connc1L" Let's give --
aud them with the
cleverest the scene from Macbeth in: entering through ,
gt d band; from 5'to I-' rooms each. Sheen & Merman Rehm, of St. Augustine, Mrs.. F. W. Hall, of Inglealde, Ga.,
which Mr. Hobb's, as'Mncb.th! was fine. grace of an angel, came a white robed
The Ladies of the Little River Episcopal The one most talked Of, Is"The Temp- Hightower, Real Estate, rooms 33, 36 wine steward at the Beach Club Cafe figure. And as she.came, the air became arrived Tuesday night, accompanied by

Church, assisted by other1 ladies ationa; of Faust," wblle' that most enjoyed and 36, Jefferson-Block.- arrived this week and will be a resident fragrant and warm with the breath of a Mrs. Florida Brown. They will occupy

i 'of the neighborhood, will give an entertainment was the pantomime called 'Want The Tropical Real Estate Exchange of Went Palm Beach with his family for thousand flowers. Sweet end gracefulshe their cozy winter home at the corner of
Everula ,
Olive and Streets for the ,
at the Lemon City Half Jan. ed A Wife," and capitally done by Mr. has several nicely furnished houses on the season. _________ was with that glorious: beauty which season..

t Japanese wedding la one; of the Arthur Maunders\ of 'Cocoanut Grove. its rent rolls suitable for'Northern famlics Judge Saunders and Marshal DeBerry has ever beet the birth-right of the Misa Mary Winter Keane, daughterof ..

h < ladles and gentlemenvitb I Every oneJiad a good time end thor desiring to make their homes here returned Saturday from their "New Southern maid. the celebrated: actor, Joseph Keane ?

dar, complectlons (not too'dark' ) and 'oughly enjoyed the evening, Cet. for the season _._- Year's hunt" for birds In the Pompano Her eyes, aerene and calm great wells accompanied by tier graudmother, D-. ,

\ ''almond eyes are in demand. _, ainly a vote of thanks ought to be,'and Florida district' They say they got 'em, but of sympathy and love rested (or. Mary Winter are here for the Season,, ,
Is to out the
It pick
__e- is exleudedtoDr'Moblevforthetroublehe very that easy subsidized the there baa been nothing on this scribe's moment on the cold, impassive faces of and cosily: domiciled in the home,of t

:'t DANIA DOTS. took and the pleasures-he gave; and corporate newspapers interest are So far: as possible by table to prove it. the knights of winter, and frigid hearts Mrs. Gardner. .______ ,>*-";' f
: warm and stern faces softened *
now we are asking for more. grew i
,/', J. W. Clark is the leading farmer -. .-_ they ignore the existence of every Journal The sew bungalow cottage on the under their sweet influence. The rust. John S. Clarke and family were

:1"; { "j>aola this season, having already set Life.- that is independent. Lakevlew Addition Is fast approach.Ing ling of her garments as she passed was among the arrivals of Friday last :'
Took His Own
; ''ont.- twenty. acres of tomatoes. Mr. FISH AND OYSTERS. All kinds'of fish completion, under the hustling foremauship like unto the melody of murmuring They will occupy the handsome cottage

a!, Clark wilt set out thirty acres more, Saturday night last Edmund Robinson also fresh, Indian River oysters every of George Brown, who has the streams and whispering ;palms.At erected for them thin summer by Contractor +

z making a total of fiftyactes. a mechanic employed on the East day. Shad.shrimp, crawfish and clams construction work la charge, under the the foot of the ice queen's throne I James Holly next:: door south of .

Mr.,and Mrs. Roper was. called tot Side construction: work, committed'- In season. Fait; DELIVERY PHONB 3. direction: of architect Chas. JJ. Hamer.If she paused and with hands outsti etch. the Commodore Clarke residence' on '

,Pompano on Friday last to attend the .cide by beating in his skull with a l 9tf. Wm. R. Healy want a Shine at old time, ed in a gesture of tendereat entreaty the East Side.
you any
funeral :McNab ; and with a voice "as low and soft and '
ol recently
", q _! Mr. Jno. who hatchet. E. Schultz: baa just finished his tiewliroom or a pair of Tan Shoes Dyed a fast sweet the sound of the waves that Geo. B, Hinckley was up from his ro'- ;
4 "'i t 'pM8Ca"WaVfp 1 It seems that lie had become despondent" house on Poinsetta Street near black ; or a.palr of white duck or canvas break on the shores of the land of mantic home at Dania yesterday, returning
Misc.c.: Conoe of South JacksonVille and somewhat deranged from the : this shoes cleaned and alias "
I t Fern. Mr. Schultz constructed: clayed ; or any dreams she last night. Mr. Hinckley has
speaks: ,
; accompanied by the three little excessive and continued use of liquor, house himself In four weeks, and challenges Repaired-come to the Old ,Bank and Sweet sister of the North I,11_ come to spent many thousands of dollars In making .

o ; _children of J. D. Watson is expected to : and was' wandering about the colored any nou-nnlon man to show. like get only real thing: that ever come down. and mission of the attractive home place he has In .t -,. *

': :)i.arrive soon. While_ at Danla. they will quarters known as "The Siyx"; wherehe results for the same time. the pike. ________ ia7tf you friendship your and people love. Come on a tbou with the famous! "four mile hammock" be
'Ii be the guests' of M. C. Watson finally secured admission to Will --
I Franklin's place Chas. Stratton is again on the scene J. D. C.'Morris, agent for the famous I me to mine own fair land, and beneath he purchased some years since.
'f'1L who makes
Dr. Smith,of Philadelphia of action for the He will run Its summer skies! aud in the warmth of
seanou. Truscott marine motors has recently Wm. Beall and wife
4s this his winter home Is again the guest Here he was noticed to be acting I are thoroughly ,
queerly ant Franklin supposed he. was W. R. Healy's famous racing yacht sold another of those splendid engines the genial hearts that there abide, you enjoying the climate here and much as ,

T i.,. of ].W. Clark. ill, Watching his opportunity when "Addle" for the pleasure of tourists to H. P. Dye of Lake Worth. When will know the Joy of an hourof/ ideal they love their Franklin Ky., home,
Rt, S. King, who for several years has This craft la now equipped with a marine investigate ''
t l trrankliu4rus" temporarily absent he prospective purchasers want to life.Leave they find this the ideal plnce for winter
;t + been the .manager of Seed's orange picked ur> a hatchet and began chopping: motor giving her auxiliary power and the! merits of motors they will do this bleak and barren land of residence. This scribe hope Mj. Beall ;

k a grove, will ship several boxes of oranges'tbUsea'sod. hU head furiously with it, and thinkingthe making her Independent of calm, tide or well to consult with Mr.\. Morris blUer t cold and weeping skies, and come will like it here well enough to inve.

&, ,+ Mr. King Is well experienced man was Insane and might attack bead wind. with me to where the flowers fill the air and help make the town more prosj r-
b C- la his
J.Cripe displaying splen-
t la fruit, and vegetable growing % It with their sweet perfumes, and the I ous and attractive than ever.
him was so
did stock of souvenirs in the attractive
understands his business. Fred Bachmann whose Summer bust-
r and 'thoroughly voice of the Cod of nature speaks to you .
' 'h t. was a' few'moments' before he realized ness is at Monument ,Beach near Buz: manner in the front of his placeon from every blade and bough. Capt. Geo. Gleaaon of Eau Gallic

that the man was only bent on suicide, :zard's Bay Mass., .and who baa teenconducting Narcissus Street. Mr. Cripe is I fair from stopped over this week on his way to
Is to homes
A, y The F. E.& C. Ry. Co. now painting when he closed on him and wrested the Many come our
his in the Seminole carrying as fine gifueof'alligatorlelStbergoods / Miami in his launch. He was accompanied
the four cottages which were built shop the east and from the west, and from
e" 'r hatchet from him, his South this as one can find anywhere, to say by manager W. S. Beldlng of f e
Hotel since return Fall
time Ago which is quite an (Improvement and the lands beyond the seal-but tbou,
some Immediate-!
Dr> Hooil was called nothing of his rplendid assortment ofpearl
the National Ramie which iustitutlon
to tonsorial Company, a
' f to Dallla'sappearance. arranged open up parlors sweet sister, are dearer to my heart, for
did all that could be done for the man,
in the Hotel Palm. Beach, on the goods together we have mourned.! Come owns thousands of acres tit
This correspondent takes the privilege but the injuries, he-had inflicted were
,:w \t land near Can Gallic part of which theyare
East Side, next week. Mr. Bachmann the II. WATSOK.
r,,. }; -'of congratulating the recent couples par. fatal, and with the exception ,of a short J. R. HIgblower, of firm of Sheen J. cleared
artist in his line and having planted out to
Is an experienced ; Beach 6 .
, "e t l ticlpatlugln\ Ft. Lauderdale weddlnh time- he was unconscious nntil his death & Hightower,has come down from his West Palm : Jan. 190. that famous fibre.

, Look out you Salt Creek, boys, we hear which, occurred Tuesday night. has .a large following of custom among Dublin Ga., home today for the season. -----. _? a

>ah v>there Is a Jack for every JUI. We won- Pending an Investigation of. the cir the.business visitors, ss and well cltlaells.. among the
." 'k |, air it there Is no Jill for poor old BIIU eumgtancesFranklin was placed under men and her friend- Mrs. Robinson, with ---a ..+ brother John M. Coleman, of GwLen, +

i i. ', In looking over the crops of this place' arrest, but upon Mr. Robinson, regain. The X aKe Band gave Admiral him, that they might[ I u ,enjoy the delightful various reason we have. thought N. Y., were among Saturday's arrivals.

, Isys I|"we find one hundred acres of vegetable, in {. consciousness 'and confirming the Dewey a serenade at they Breakers climate here while he looks. after big i best to drop the name of The Jefferson They will occupy one of W. II. Spitzer'a

} f such as tomatoes and eggpjaiit.: We statements made by Franklin as to the Wednesday night. The Admiral' responded real estate Interests. I Cafe," and adopt "The Capital Cafe." cottages! on Evernla street, for the season 4

: give the belt to Mr. Johnson for the wounds being self-inflicted, and not the with little speech to the boys ..... i Thanking the public for their liberal patronage Mr. Coleman's comparisons of.tb.

[> finest prospects of all. result -of an assault, Franklin was.' in which he expressed his surprise and Barkentlne "Dorrls" Wrecked. and soliciting a continuance of weather North with what we I1le enjoy.

i; -e. ,released pleasure at hearing such .music so far the same, we are Ing here tend to make one quite con-

GROVE GLEANINGS. .The'deceased was a Uuion, veteran of from the populou centers of the conntty. The four-masted ship "Doris'', bound Yours respectfully, tented with one's climatically
0 COCOANUT of His talk was very eacouri-g to the from' Tamp:.Baltimore with a load of 'Nome C.
i -- the,Civil War, a a Pensylva- re UPP, speaking. ___________ ;
n ; I heart-That ate Christmas Ball at the ala regiment and a pensioner. He was boys and complimentary to this section, phosphate went ashore Saturday night Manager.

''a: Housekeepers Halt was. a great success also a member of the Carpenter's Union, which he characterized: as a wilderness on a reel just southeast of the Hotel ----.er---- Postmaster J. C. Stowers enjoyed a

a I'-that even the "Duke of Dade" was which organization: : had the body laid to when first he saw it t. aud now. was a verItable Boynton. The Famine U Over." visit this week from bill! brother Capt ,

therer-: rest in Lakeside Cemetery Wednesday. paradise. The vessel nearly V tons registerand James P. Slower and wife whom he O

IB, That the decorations were beautiful afternoon. ----- was overco feet long and of 19 The ear famine has been relieved,and I has Snot seen for nineteen years They +..

Mr. Peacock's guests being responsU Rev. S. Ii), Paine, State Chaplain of Another flTll. Feet draaght. shipments are now coming forward. I arrived Saturday on their way to Havatra -

Ible.for them- the G. A, R'.. officiated at the burial -, -- Mistaking lights ashore for those: of I serve you promptly. GEORGE P. r and stayed over until Wednesday.

That the refreshments" delicious -- ----- I bae'contracted for the'onigut of some passing vessel, the pilot had PADDISON, THE LUMBKRMAN, Ran Capt. Stowers is agent of the, JUfunson
l'' J'pl ntliulJ- :, Sllverall\ -the housekeeper- de1i 'ht. another mil, and
.a The music was good-: Plated articles cleaned with Sllverall wl'.Inever : promptly. Write me beforeplseingorg tie is: In danger. It was short of mid.I f --- ..- -.- I where he 1.located for nine mouths of
,.. GEORGE F. PADDISON, Twit III when she and eatbe rest of the time at headquarter .
I't AmdJutscyoungpeoplepreaeutfrom! ( : show wear A, G. ham, Schmitl: de ( struck, by daylightS YOUNG'S IIAT3 noie better wade each ,

,::)tlaml-: Block, Clematis Avenue ltf, LUMBERMAN, Eau G Ute, Fla. l lp lay the vessel hid become such a, at '3-000; ANTHONY Baos. *,S In New York


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R.v.. .lore Bvlvkt. (,i. f.oint.LinnaTn, nee: Genuine. 'y CROCKERY a nd ':. /f. '.
Democratic prospect tot the congressional C111LLINt.: WbItTh&Ot1'IUtU\!\ :
Republicans Plan to Kill campaigns of lOOi and for e

It In Committee. be presidential campaign of 100-t warrant Art RNEYS XNO' COtlN8ELL'oRSVest 'F'UI R'NITU'R'E', .,
confldeiice to a degree not moro .
\ I'alui Ulead).
M fully Justlfled at any time for many in sit "' All Kind : of Boat Goods.. ,
the St. Louts Republic Clelllu rtQ W,
BIGMAJOEITT NOT TO BE TRUSTED :yean past, nays i "e
'MICTUALF: ; Bleycl' wad Bicycle Sundrli..t.I ateveaptinwar.DoorMsash, \Blind '
The two great American parties are "oTI. Ail '
for battle on \TTORNEY-AT-LAVf.. *. Kinds oU'1shlni It Tackle and Sporting Goods ,
,rr..>>...ed I..r...* of Committee* now distinctly aligned I '
HSUCS which typically divide ItepubllcJilnn1 NOTARY PUBLIC. Gallon"*fttovini; 'BI" Ple. me 1I'oall": OIl 8t.ren.ru. .,
Will Prevent RVotmbl Report of o .. ..
(alditwaraLamp.sadI.anl HMiriKon Broil, RendMlltd. P.aat ty:. ?
Sir, Dnbeock'o II......* to n.duo. and Democracy.: There are no Will practice County: ,Stain and Federal ..... -'M.tl O.. dare Given Vytmflt Attention: ll-M'97 ;' '
other. political parties In The field. The I:tanrt* ., ,, :
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Tariff on Steel-Limtleri Pe r to ,..

Place the I.... Before the Do.... who Populists figured and In the the national Silver Republican contests of LAND CASKS A. 8PKCIAI.TY.OUIccIn : ...... ..,.iI ....;;

As there were ialuety-seven new SOQt( and 1000 have now been absorbed B< TitoncAL oh, Dude. SUM County.Block Clorltlurr Should You Want Teeth Put in .
West Pulm M> '
members entitled to take their seats In one or tbe other of tbe two distInctive -
political organizations. The E'lectlon Without Plates, a. Gold Crown, to ruwtore acing: worn out \ ii P, H. LANSING
when '
lu the house of representatives of congressmennext ;year and of D, SAUNJ>Ens.Jr., tooth. to its former usefulness,.a set of teeth with which 0
the )ITlfty-sevfttith congress assembled .
cue can Imagine the amount of work a president three years from now will A1TORXEY AT? L"A W. .----You Can CHexv HOUSE and SIGN'e
follow campaigns' In) which the Demo.
which Speaker Henderson has In placing ratio and Republican parties! alone Corner OH o and D.tura Streets; 'a Tooth extracted without pain, or any other york In

new members on the committees submit candidates and platforms tor ts"-6.z WBST PA1.\\['BBACHr: FLORIDA Dentistry; consult DOCTOR: MILLER in Hechert I I,
which they would prefer or for which approval by American voters.' Cottage, let door; South of the'' Joe Jefferson Cottage. P
they are beat Sited, says the New Orleans As the Issues likely to prevail In :Narclll8ujI 1 S'reet.Lak Front. 12-20-tf. A'TING

TimesDemocrat.It these campaigns are now shaping' A.J. LEWIS ....-..:... "
la only by consulting the new themselves the advantage accrues to AtUIIiNEV-AF-lAW ; ; 1 i

members themselves or friends wl"'ng American Democracy. There Is little- ana NOTARY PUBLIC. I 0oKoetokorokokokoKokoKoKokolROKakokokokakokotKpKOkS
reason to doubt that, tbe trusts and tbe I PaperHanging: '
Is ii
to speak for them that the speaker Co.,itl.ltlmo. t '
the vital U. S. Fld.llty A Guaranty ',
tariff! will be paramount as Aunt ol the :
enabled to learn the wishes of the new questions to be settled at the polls .., Md. 1C Mian.1 i Club Bar., I ,', ,. (:

members and to- Judge what commit Republican sentiment Is not united on 011at corner ol CloniaLlK Htrobm'n Avenue eture. ,unil Mar.clHxuu 1.4w i KALSOMINING. i : 'i"t r: '

lest they are best suited for. When the either Issue There Is a growing beliefIn est 1'uIw Btrwt: heath over : K .vw.rwv. "I": '
selection baa been made they (the new the party which created the trusts r -.- WES PALM 'IlUA n:, "I. "\ ;

members to the bottom of the list, that the public safety demands the restriction TT P. UUANNtNO, We ship a gallon of Good Whiskey; og '

for it la the unwritten rule of the house of'trust power If the peopleare ex charges prepaid for $3.00. Other i FLORI7l. rFf2 i?'

that priority of service shall be recognized not to be utterly surrendered Into Altornnjr and Counnolfor-at-L&w, '. \ '. I,; : 'j,,",

t-' In committee assignments, and the .grasp President Of monopolistic Roosevelt himself combinations. la. (ONce over Bauk.)..r. whiskies, $2.(>0''' to $7.00 per gallon x ....................... ".. .f: ','!:,\\.o::"...':

BO' when there are vacancies on a committee credited with sharing .this belief. brand battledina( I
the members otlll remaining on 8-16 WEST PALM BEACH, FLEA i An 8-year-old MAIL.
There Is also a Republican demand .
the committee are moved higher up hr the bond strength purity and Juan- "P'H'UNI"X.l )
tariff!: revision; but. eo poteut i age,
and the vacant seats are left at the Republican national organization;i laflint \VIlt.. Ail NO, a' \ ___r'o STEAMER
bottom for new members to fill. trim* tnfliipti4M width fnrbldM alike ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW. (1 1illceFrout t tlty guaranteed toy line u. S. gUY II, per :II

There la aiD expectation that the formation the restriction of the trusts and the revision Ave. D, \ of 12 bottles' $15.00. | Make dally trips between!
Building.: case
lUUhett ,
of the committees will be delayed of the tariff that the likelihood I) Room 51

on this occasion beyond the usual of Republican action In tbe people's behalf Miami. Florida. -18-190 I II II I If Imported and Domestic Wines rind < West Palm Beach-an
Is remote. I
time owing to a proposition to enlarge
On the other band Democratic senti- A. AVOHJLKV, I Brandies at close figures. ;
their present '
of them beyond GEO. I
numbers, which has the approval of a ment trusts la and solidly the trust arrayed creating against high tar the ATTORN Y-AT-LAW.: :k- A 17-year-old Whiskey, bottled in bond, | Munyon'S Island

majority The proposition of the Republicans.Is to add two extra lit! The American people, at last arena General practice In Slate and Federal Court*' :,j* $2.00 per bottle; not less 'than 4 bottles sold. .. Stopping at aU,0 Points ol tutor
ed to the menace contained in these AUbudiueu entrusted will receive prompt lao.011011. ,"
to committee which : { ..
members every
\.. Terms cash with order
more truly Democratic D and IBth '
has already; seventeen members makIng twin evils are Office, Brown Building Av D f

the number nineteen. There Is demand In spirit trust than restriction ever before.and They tariff will revision \- E1 MIAMI.r".t. .FLORIDA W.MIAMICLUB BAR, |! Steamer leaves Weat' P t, 'r., ,
quite a number of the principal committees | 5
Their demand will be exactly: f 10.30 ; Ret MArrives
which have a membership of! at AiM.
seventeen, such na the committees on met by the national Democracy. The H.F. ATKINSON ,, J Miami, Florida. a} 4130 ..1
Republican party must necessarily attempt J at
appropriations on ways and means on I to quibble and to dodge these Is ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, CAPTAIN JOHN BM1TKC IVJAJSJAQICM.. JO .1i
naval affairs, on Insular affairs, on < i
and foreign commerce on rivers sues. Democratic victory Is the logical NOTARY PUBLIC, 71o1toka3lokolsoitoko-s--j<
of such situation PIA. oAOisols otoiloito7tolokotta7soleo.o lea
promise a
agriculture on Fare '
and harbors, on Round-Trip ,
coinage on military affairs and a few 11-16-lT

more which committees, If the Increase RUSH FOR PENSIONS. ,

proposition be*finally acted upon AMES E. AND KE\VS, Place Your Order At Once t
will consist of nineteen members Tw.aty Per Cent ol Spanish War J N.B.- Finest blr fi {p

Veteran* Have Had Application. ATTORN CY-AT'LAW, for deck of steamer,
each Instead of as at present rom aI -
It we need any additional, 1 light upon
teen.Whether the Increased membership'of the expensIveness of modern warfare, NOTA
committees would be a gain or a we Ond It Iuthe report of 'the secretary "' ol Dreranl Co. .AAAAAAAAAAA 1

loss. to the'legislative business of con- of the Interior which seta forth F't. PIBRCB AND Twusvttta, FI.A. . -- 1 -n_. :a.*!.. Ol tl .v .. .
the surprising announcement that near C. G. S II t
gress would of course remain to s.fffly'GEO. von ,y ,
'M cent of nil the Dieu enlisted lu _, _
seen, as the proof of the pudding Is In ly per '

the the eAting change of 'It Is, sufficiently but that the trumpery motiveof the ground Spanlsli-Aim'rloau or another sled war applk-ntlona have on one for M. 'UOKBINS, Famous$ Indian River Oranges J Watchmakerand

everybody will allow. It Is caused bjr pensions front the' United I States government Attorney and Counselor-at-Law. Jeweler 0r
the Republicans' fear of one of their says he Atlanta Constitution. Remember Your Friends. .
number-Mr. Babcock of Wisconsin Will practice In State and Federal ConrTITUSVILtE ..
to wit. This statement almost staggers be- FLA. Delivered In New York, by Express, at $4.50 per box; two boxes la ARTISTIC

Mr. Babcock has been the enfant terrible lief. Less than three yours have IFastyr $3.oo. Price for other points In proportion. ENQRXVER oti 1

of the party In power for the past elapsed slnco the Spnnl( h-Amerlcan 'WOOD MLTAL: f ,
twelve months. He Is the author"of a I war was fought and It seems out of L. r>. EATON, w. D.HOMt10PATNIST. Place Your OrdB"'Earl" with ofPARLOR \

bill for removing the duty from all all reason that one-Uftu of the total '
commodities luonopollr.eU by trusts, number of men shot !d now be putting THE EVERGLADE PRODUCE COMPANYWest : ; .

nod although the party as a whole. ) In'applications for pensions. There Is WEST rALM: BEACH FLORIDA.Itralilonce In ZAPH BLOCK

'!i' most emphatically objects to his bill be no precedent for this extraordinary .lt Metlioll Chnrrh. Office Palm Beach Florida. Nit: door Souit of '. e
oppo '
Is neither to be coerced nor cajoled Into condition ot things In our past national Clfiuatl. Avenue, next to Msdunin'remyin tl.-1tr! ., SKMINOLE'HOTEU JtPw) / .
dropping It. Mr. Babcock Is a member experience. Eleven years after the Office hour H to n a.h.J: tot ..0.11. to S p.o. Entrance ; 4 'ill
closo of the war between the states Buniluy. a to 4 ".11I. r A. '
of the and means committee WEST PALM' BEACII FLA. "
ways .
Diseases ol ""
which has seventeen members-ten tte- I only 6 per cent of the men who fought Hneclal Attention Women and Given Children.TT : to 1 I "
publicans and seven Democrats ) In the Union army had died applications : ; Experienced workman. Cleaning and :;)"':'''ii' \"
I r there Is one other Republican member and there was certainly much IIOOI M. D, The Jefferson Cafe .$ U Kiirln, .kllllullf don*. -l -tt :".{';,...,. '
C. .
harder fighting during the sixties when "
(Tawney of Minnesota) on the ways \ tnnvnnnYYrnrmnVYV
committee who has : Americans fought Americans than AND SUKOfOH u ._. .
and means expressed PHY8ICUH Steaks
;:: ;
biB Intention of voting In committee there was three years ago when Americana (! ,
with Mr. Babcock for the latter1 bill. ( were pitted against Spaniards. iffloe. over Strotiin'a etoro, 1rE ST PAL LBAWL ( Etc--- :
thIs mad rush after near' Royal Chops : A.. .,
The seven Democratic members of the Undoubtedly Residence Vole Wheel Chair Livery ,
L \ pensions Is due to'' the failure of the ) ,
; committee would vote with Babcock lil&na, Hotel.PALM BRACU.l. : --- At All Hours
and Tawney. making nine and giving government tn past years to properly ,

f the bin\ a favorable report, while the scrutinize fraudulent applications. Out p D. fOXTKH 1\1. D., Open From O A. Mto 10 I'. M. New Wheels . .
other Republican member. of the of the fear that some worthy old veteran .
clgUt lb.
committee would be placed In a minor' might fall to get the protection of e> NORMAN O. TJPP, Manager ;
Polite Attendants -
which be stood la need there can be no I-38-U8: WEST PALM, BEACH. VIA. ,
Ity. t Street and Clematis Avenue r4.6-tf
Jefferson Block; Corner '
doubt of the tact that thousands of Opposite
bazards The Republicans not to'bl'!ow are Babcock's resolved bill at all to pensions have been granted to worthies o.P.. PLATTE M. D.. I t. .r. (.YOCpt . Prompt Servicer ,

i r get before tbe house wheret seems Individuals who have resorted to PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. .,.____ di ti
fraudulent methods of securing the ;
that It would meet with much favoring ";
P 1? seutliuent And It Is to prevent that benefits of the fiystem. Telegrams' delivered oil hour ol the'''daynod LAKE WORTH BOAT WORKS, Wheelmen furnished who are familiar!
contingency that tbe committees ol Some time ago the 'statement was nlQ' j
seventeen are to be raised to nineteen. made upon good authority that comparatively 11-39-190 y FORT FiaacB.; Pia. A. T. ROSE )Proprietor.Tjauncheu with all point of Interest on both
h It would not look well to add two Republican few of the applicant for .
members to the ways and pensions as the result of the Spanish. 'n i>. BROWN, Yachts,. Sail and Fish Boats Row( Boats and Dinghy( ides of Lalc Worth.

i p mean committee alone. The moat American war bad come from the l e Built to Orier, Overhauled Repaired or Hauled Out.

would be too glaringly for a purpose south and we hope this statement will ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. Boat Yards at Mangonla. .

The leaders of the party In the house hold good; for all time to come. Plan and apeelMcatloaa prepared. P. O. Address WEST PALM BEACH: FLA.
aeteutluu tHbop 10-18 tf
work ulren prompt
Jobbing SPEIDaProp's.Nest
fi resolved to add tw JONES &
have accordingly
Roo..T.ll mad tb. tla...>. OB Datura Street.QEOllGE .
more members to every committee 01
Speaking of Messrs. Platt Ilanna and ,
seventeen not necessarily: or probably
Quay a remarks that S. ADAMS okokordkoKOKdKOkokolltoK6kakokakoKokokokokokokostoKt 0
I two Uepubllcau members In each case, 'o Palm Beach, Florida.
the "trio to be getting along
t jj but only la the case of the way null very well appear at the White House." Appearances -I Deputy! Supreme Commander i Truscott Boat MTg Co. bOrders
means committee. Ity this ruse they: do not always go for muchIn KNIGHTS OF THE HACOASlti ,

from expect leaving to prevent the! committee tbe Babcock and at bill the politics. Platt and Quay even For the State of Florida.Will Z, CONSTRUCTOH8 OPHigh "J P- filled for Choice Indian
though they may have been "turned In.tltotu. Tent anywhere I*the State! ()
Yr save time to save appearances by thi'tS <. It
down." are politic enough to put on annppcnrim Tf>r luloriuatloii address River oranges
general Increase In committee member \nonOp. Bv ADA M.> Grade Pleasure Craft f
; ,<. of sweetness and satisfac V-l-09 West Palm 'Iteaeh.Ftarlile."DENTOS" i u-ijtf
rr ship. tion. air; Cnnna Is as smart as they tt. 'L i
'. --- ---
: As the Republicans have a majorlt; Marine Motors. xK
are, but he has more caloric la bis tem JHt. ,IOUOII'EON
of about forty In tbe house, one cm
;,( per. One of tbe i days be will\ breakout | Manilla House
.1 scarcely understand their descendIng and then we will all have a lurid J. D. 0. MORRIS, Agent, i
- 1, to such liB expedient, but It no doub I 1IoLI.%ND DOCK. FHOHK U. |
Went Palm
.- I. considerable view of the relation between the presIdent Beach Florida,
arises from the fact that a and the bossea.Cincinnati En WEST PALM} BII"-<:".
f'''. portion of their majority is not to btrusted quirer. fit c 'okO 6 oko 1to7sO5soteolso7eoteoteoo7ao1eo7eoisoieOisoSeoko oiloSeoA MRS TIPFANY SPRDU#.. prop
over sucb an Issue. as tbe Dab--
cork bal umbo l... Keep O.t the C.I..... L.

The Chinese minister calmly ask as DHNTI8T Do You Want a Clean Rooms
Tea Poptlar Oo..ri .i.. ....u.. to "let the bar down for a short time" ()

I r It popular sovereignty should b I to let tbe Geary act expire and see COCOA. mniAN tUVlrU.1I'LOR1UA..I.tll-88. W;h;..ilhemloB.ll..ndH w. tia.. STEAMBOAT ? And Good.Wholesome;

'tu'ged by its operation. In E'blladvl,, what would happen. There I I. no need A.LAOI!: H. MOSES nan.on hone to milt,w.can build
pMII alone. It would have to be con. \ to try any experiment We can judge 'V Jut wbaa you'aal. | Food. .

dawned as a clelunlou and a snare. II! tbe future. from the past, and we do Sucottior to A. W. Robert We are also PreparedTo '
tlire lit on the face of the earth i i I'' not want to repeat tbe experience
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Fnrniah _.___ Rates $,.00 Per Week
worse governed city. Its name and It..1 which preceded the enactment of the __ ,.___- _

ill !nine bnve not yet been proclaims II exclUHlou. laws. What would happen Amnt( Wot lop Wm Palm Palin Bnncb>Ben Wator ao that they might be pilloried In tb I I If the bars were let down Is easily NOTAUt PUBLIC. Pumping Irrigation. <,,1
I .
And the saddes'I'' them Clematla Avenue,near Olive St. .
contempt mankind. gneKBod. It Is easier to keep up .
B-31-UT: Week Palm Jleacn. rlortda.E010E Write or call on n* for Anythlag la Near Corner Poln.etta
of the conald | Banyan J
: thought that arises out than to put them op against a yellow Our Line that you need.
', eriUton of the whole wretched buatnesIs I Hood In full rudh.-l'hlladelphla) North llPTJ.TSlt Streets,
;I that a great majority of the peopl," American (Rapt.lblp f O.: '
Ii- of Tblladvlphla tiare deliberately dcclnrei 1 1r _"_ atoaL CIVIL ENGINEERAND Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co., j WEST .PALM BGACH, FLA;

..'t .2M: ) time nod time again that tbel ..".leI, Ii.r-t! r
, w ;e.1: pr Ji-nt miserable government ls exact:. The sugar coated: ship grab that )Is DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Jacksonville -
,>"1' I t ... \j\ the kind of .." toy I being prepared'for congress will hardly FDRDADE rcuNTY: --- ----..-- .----- ldh
j ,;i ) ", 'f,) asst desire to U,. untlur. Atlanta Juui, on be likely the alert.to fool anybody Its foe are ; 1fR.GSr,anal Aae.tor, 1'OIrAN1.A the lulu Department. ....1 of_the 1..a .::-o"t&'foa Marine Railwayss Suboribaor Tf sufi,

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//lq i (+13y'' N'' to DiinUl's) populnilty an Mw furl I that 'TtAY m BD NOTICE. FOR SALE. s

'In 'IIH| Mint un'(' 1'0tltp x"nnl* In hOlt I 1N..tlr" DredgingThe
t mffiMp'WRKSmRl[ KM mi opiiopent| I'liiciiil/ ) Pliz" IIiiKh/ : IH herihy K'M'' that 0. A. Woodruff, Hillside Dairy Farm, located at
{""l'IlIo"r" or Tin (iitlflintim' UK mimbsrod I COCOA and UOOKLKDOK: .....- --.0---
I I'o, [and having woti tlu rout onl mcrone .. ---:-
and (fnte'II.'w.'I6i' > died >4a (JortItIQ..11|
of the injn' ] Cunlly: of Vh'gluin, It my ofllu>, and matin npplli,..t.Ion for tin deed This property included ftfty acres
''I- ,' '.f -. was (jlfilu ro be 'seen tUat nobody could, to Isstin In nooordanc with l law, of land ; a house of eight room, Cyclone Dredge "No. 1
.' bent-h4m, so ho' has .bueti twice unanl- tortlllcales brace the following described
1 8uli win furnished J complete house
., th i the Wits fuouhly'reeleotcd I ; dairy Is now ready to do business on d"uFu
4nlang nobody t&iiiltlng 1 It properties, Situate lu Dade diunty, 16x30 feet with cement floor with
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>f.j womb,. the while to run against hlui. Florida.,to-wlC iMo
': )':::i! i.t.t Ql'lsta'o;: f Oon ess.temlalabences To show what a hold-the. Lee family 1EO, June A, 1BOH, awcssed to Jo..- separator and churn fired to run E woRi

"t. ., bos on the affeotlotis! of the people of llannlerforLot 10, Block 41, of ',waddvll's with power; seventy-live 'head of : :F .
: : .' r; the Old Dominion. John Wine tells thin Addition, to N, Miami Sea. 80. Tp. 58, M. It. Jersey Milch Cows ; fifty head of

( of the Old Dominion' story 4-1IC.No. 100. Juno 6t 1808! s ossod to John heifers ; one span of mules ; barns Filling Lake Front Lots ; Reclaiming Lands ; Cleaning out or 4

A Qftl'U*man of"the Old, School'-,An- Said he: "When Fttz-HugU: Lee was 1101111,". fol'N. E. Quarter Of M. E. Quarter and stalls for stock ; three wagons making new channels pumping mack etc, our Specialties. We can

1, I I 'eedot.a of Judge; Danlol,: Father' pf; governor of Virginia, I called on, him ae a. 10. Tp. B4. S. R. 41: VS., 40 aerM and one buggy. sand distance to :
: the Virgin'.'*) ,&en.t r--Ne'v,1' on the 'one morning! and while we were engaged No 320,June nlHU| asMMMind to W. II. H For further particulars. address pump any up :1
I, In a social chat servant Into Grant," Son
I A came Gleaaon, tun Lot 108 "Gomes
Wrona.8I1e""HI...Honor and the No- the room to tell Llm that a Ohlnaninn. "l'p. 40-41, B. R. 43-48t E., 78 narmj ARTHUR LAPHAM, Two Thousand :Feet. 1, '
.'grtl'' Hontlsr;.Sad. pre)y *m ent of s mewedVun: Lung craved (or au', audience Also' certificate No 821 July 8, 1890,. as. 11-09tf COCOA, FLOKIDA.SPBOOL'S ,
r Church Q6 acon-PlayH. d jln' Fly. with Mm."Oo'ernol' oeRa'd "to O. C. Chilling worth, for Lot lee( for estimates call at the Dredge, or addressNEWCOMB '
\' '' Inland IwlnK In .
'Qomei Grant, on Jupiter \ "
[Copyright, )40111>) l b r ClifjtVtj/urk.r Leo jumped up and wIth To-n'nslilps 88 to 4.1. 8. n.41118 norea.No .
an air of mock consternation exclaim.en & MCCAFFREY
Feibaps there la no" vie. lu either 840, June, 1808' assessed" to D. D. ,
house of'.cousrcas\ yvb* comes' BO near : 'AVhy, now, 1 can't allow Wun ndrlckHon, for Lute B and 0, and B. Unl' of EXPRESSFurnlturemoved 10-4-3 West Palm Beach, Fla. .

being au ol>Jct of worship among blatiwti. .Lung to walk: up !here with that laun H. W. Quarter, Sue. 17, Tp 41, 8. U.. 48 K,, .
dry I'll go down and get It.' 'Au. l .t.,110. acres, .
constituent as Uoe senator Jolm governor,' said I, 'Wun Lung line. no Ahioin.rtlflcatoMo.4T2, July 8, IHim aBiwacd .. Baggage "; 'f'" '
,W. i tiimlel! o?: Virginia. Ho': lu' a gentleman right to-your patronage anyway Walt'Lee to U. 1>. Ilonilrlckson, for Lots. A and transferred and general

?r pf' the 1bool\ ; ,. wish' Vis- bag done more for you than aDYolle (I, and E. Bait of S. W. Quarter" Sec 17, Tp' dray: Ing done at reasonable c. .A. j. CRIPE
glnlaua-'everywhere! delight to onr.( else lie made you. governor of '"1. 8. :It. 48,8.: 104.BO ttoroB. rates.TwoSeated. !,
No. 8'IIS, June 6, 1 Ali C, assessed" to ;J. W. KHEAPQIJAR'1'ZTIE
1 sari! \bl"' 111t !!OPIJ 'qcJ; \JfaI' ;:remarkable; Virginia,
: 'ouny.. for Lot II, 8ec.88.Tp. 41,81; R,48, E.:
'/ t? ;nanaeonthe',.IToiu'tAiof*:'July, 1807. D-d If rto Did ''.nd D-d If He Didn't. 40 earn (. Carriage : FOR ,

,.., '''UVae the"orator 4jfc tbe dtty, ata.. Itori. William' II. Wallace of Kansas\: Mad certificate No, 477, ;July 8, 1899 a*. 'Or Single Buggy 4t s)

Fourth. of Juty celcbmWou..belt in cue City Jells the following: .PR.od to -- for* Lot 8. 800. ttO,Tp.
41. 8. R 48 E40 acres. For hire by hour or day. fine Jewelry .Novelties; Artistic Shell Goods and
r of,the luriro/ theatera In Washington tin- "At a church, III a rural cotarnimljy ,
,. tli one time, "wliilu the\ deacons were takIng No. 848, June 6, 1808, assessed to U. D.Hendllikson Leave orders at Manilla House. .
dr !
tile Husplireu of i Democratic.
for pljt of Lob 2. 6 S3: clialiw in Souvenirs Wedding Black Aluminum Nov p.
SJlubs 6f., tile.District/ ,of Columbia.' up the morning collection, one of wilt, N. Of Jenkins flee. 1O Tp. 43, H, K.4U IJM-tf ,: I; : ,.

Tbe: seiiator's flppeaiaooa ou\thu stage them becoming suddenly demented.walked' E., 8 acres.alxocettinca.teNo.481.. Birthday and Holiday elties Toilet Articles
out nt the door with ,It'lIllOn- July 8, 1800 'assesnud .. and
tor tPemeridotia rtit-
was signal a, -
a i
yt ey be had collected In his hat, foavlug to D. :p. Hotid-ltkson, for part of Lot '
f- burst of enthusiasm, and when (Lie the audience too thunderstruck to 2, strip a 33 chains wide, 'North ol Jenkins. ., A C. Dittmar Gifts. Toilet Sets in Sterling.
band ,struck Uj)o. "Cjarry'; Ma Baclr to move or utter a\ souud. Finally tbe See 10 Tp. 43, S.R. 48. R. 8 acres. n ,

,Old Ylrgtnuy/there\ wee abet! :l a storm preacher broke. the silence by saying No.404, June 0, 1808, mwemed toM(trued- D&.U."RIN: .
of cheers, th&t I thought th < roof would ,with- great solemnity, as be gazed at ret ICvans, for Lot (b W. Unit Block 80, 1:1.: ... -Hough and- A Fall Line of Latest" Magazines. and Periodicals Always On Band. ,
t be''':taken oOt. "Tbe" s Jb tol'. speech; the absconding: deacon, 'If ho walks 31-33: Tl> 8.It 4e" E. nssossed to K. J. Dressed: Imtnbet
No. : July 8. 1809 "
r 78!
"" .1 tWIt anybody's oflt with that money, he Mill be d--d,' ,
"tiia* (Ml thll.t.t pry, or fin.t HohtiiHon, for /Hanth Half of Sotitb-oaiit
t; ey;could have paluted-patrtotic, fei' whereupon an Old deacon exclaimed, Quarter of North.w..t Quarter ot Morth- Shingles, Doors Sash Blinds, Under Seminole. Hotel, .West Palm Beach. 1

'vld. eloquent Aftet?'' dwelling upon ,Wen, If'he hasn't already walked off west Quart ",,h. Perrlne Grant.. Section ii6< Mouldings. Brick, Lime. ii.ai.lf ,
; tbe'glprlee< of Americans Ip gcperhl, lie with It, I'll be d-d.' ,ToWDHhl: | 85, 8. K 40, K. "
touched upon: the glorlua of the Demo\ Played: According to Note. No. 79 July II, 18011, ussossed to E.J. Robinson and Builders' Hardware. fir

cratlo party "I bear. a great deal" lion. Jasper Tnlbert of South Carolina North-wast. Quarter ol North-west PORT PIER.CE. FLORIDA ,
) QuortxT, Porrlne Grant, Buctluu 2d, Town- A NEW YEAR m
r ealcl .be, "about the Democratic party told the following tp Illustrate bow ---__
ship BB, 8. R. 40,4J scroll
s af4lead.t And that I'emlucla me ofMy Republicans stick to their. party: No. IBS. July H, 1899 assessed to m, J, LIGHTWOOD POSTS RESOLUTIONLowest '
old black' mommy used to "Down In South Carolina," he said
: !! Douthltt for South-emit Quarter ot North-
t '. Vbeo 1. -wasa, Qblld .tl nt ran "there was a rich mail died and they east Quarter, Section 84 Township S3( : ,B. It. First Class Lightwood; Posts for r

y' \lJke 'tbJs;;,: ''jt.bb gave him a great funeral. On the way 41, E. 40 ucr.... ., Pineapple Covering and other pur-

) .,..l.':'.lu:'went'-to the..baker's : to the cemetery the- band"marched behind No. 100 July 8. 1800, ._Reed to E..J.Dciulhlttt I poses Address 'Prices

't"* dog soma. hrud.'Yi' ; the heurse playing the ''Dead for Went Ball of North-went Quarter H. B. HOWARD .. .-'
rind when ahe came b.ck +, t March' in 'SauL' the bass
; Suddenly
Th. poop dog was Ucul. ',: Quarter, Section 30, Township 53, H. 11. 41, Sebastian fla.Don't .
BI.. went to the Joiner's. to buy Icing *'oomn, born croaked out a tremendous ear .
E., 12O Keren.No. ,
And when ihs came basic i the dog wu a-luugblol Ilttiitf: discord that,drowned: all tho ) .ae.ood Highest Quality '
249, July, 1890 to: Mary .
'"Kow,1 said'the senator, "tUcy have other music and, tightened tho:hearse Kooly.tor Lot 18. Block 10. Town of Miami, .

;t brought ID the coffin for tho Deinoc'i horses ao that they ran"off and threw'' N. Suction 8T, Township B8, S. It At, E. '

ic, party several times. but .they have the corpse out, and that scared the ,No. :U40,/ July 8, 1890, auMwAed to AndrewBurgmui t Forget This has been tbe aeoret of ,our big success. It will be our

found everytlme they brlog the\ coffin other: horses so that 'they ran off,and for Lot 1', Block 61, Town of Ml- ,. endeavor each day of title.! new year to Jiva up to the above
.be 1 II up and a-taughln. *. there was the- very Old. lurry to pay amt, N., Section 87 Township 08. S. Ik 41. E resolution. 1

This ,story dootm't seem very funny everywhere. Tho bandmaster a tenedback' No. a84, July 8, imm.- assessed to That we have,, at all times
We thank
F ; SuUDlvlblon .. moat heartily our friends. for their liberal patron "
n In cold type, but when told la tile uator's to the buss born and exclaimed: MOu111fordirtorLot87.McDonald's"
of Lot 1, Hectlon 21. Township B4, a choice line of age, and hope,,to merit and enjoy continuance of the same.
'Infaillablc manner' It vasvary flave you gone crazy What In the
B. R. 41.H. They will find us each day better fitted to their wants
tatting! and most appropriate. The World made you play such a discord? ai
No. lilli,July 8,1890, anHimwd" to Unknown
transition from losubrlons/ tones of 'Well, sir,' said the bass horn, 'I aiila't for Lot 12, Block 80, Rhodes' Plat of "New FLORIDA NDrERN in our line as we are constantly adding to our stock;

;lotbor QUbbarcl upon the dfccoviyof mean no harm, wouldn't have done niutnynn: Section 15-33, Township 54, R.' It. With the season's, compliments
berclog's death to toe sudden Joy any harm for the wOl'I.11t t could have 41, K.Nu. Yours for business '

% and U'luuipb of finding! blm. "up and helped It, but the way of It Is this: 304, July fl, 1809 aiM-Had to Unkjiown MEATSLive
t 1 a-laagbln" was "on* ,of the funniest You see,'Ii h', a horse fly lit on my notebook fur Lot O.JBlotk 8.1,Khoilc,, Pint ol HatchetrHardware Store

'' tblal/pJ'.r/ ever hoard.Astoria and I thought It was a note, andI New BldcajneSection IS-Ha, Townahlp,
\1 br' ,
3. It. 41 E
or Senator Daniel's Paths played her. 'to Florida and Dressed Turk'eYSt .
rt!1 No. 11.18,July lSUII..a..1
,""L" Al: Bovillng Green. Mo., where,I live; Campaigning In Indiana. 0 L. T.Co.. for ortlt' Hull ol flection-*, Chickens jitter
'one ,of my" most -valued friends' and Judge J. til. Robinson, who Is one of TitwUNhlp, 41, 8. R. 43, 810.ttO acre. .----------._- -----.
"s conatltaenta Is an Old Virginia gentle the youngest and moat brilliant of the No.4On, July 8,18l, aiwHHHxl. to, WIlliam Cheese, Eggs Etc.
El! Sanderson "Uncl John," Indiana delegationfrequently contributes Wools, for part Went Half of North-west
wan. Jobn Quarter, 6 clialni wide off south end, Section CRAYONS. 0 WATER COLORS. ,1 4,
e' friends Ca.ll( Dim, who bas paoaedtbe. to tbe hilarity of the cloakroomby ,
SB \
1 B, Town lilp 08 B.It. 49, East 6 acm.No. Y
,. palmist nllottuent of threescore I stories of pioneer life. Just before ,
410,July 0, 1800 uMemied to W. II. H. }
''and ten and who Bometblng like a half congress adjourned told this anecdote 01..011.10. KB acre off noilth Ida fit I ot T, Prompt Attention to Mail Orders. RH2R1\RO E.

century ago/: was! Ugh sheriff of Bedford I of early day campaigning In Indiana: Section 14,1'ownnhtu. 58. 8. 11. 43, East, 33 ,RESLER ;i!

county, Va. Ha loves tp relate : "In the early times of Indiana politics acrea, '
aojir apecdoter.and reminiscences pt men It was not unusual for congressional No. 410, July 8, :1SOI, assessed i to Gi-rnld Faber Bro's. Market
r I Hauler, for Lot fitt: Lemon City, Section 18. Photographer.CLEMATIS
t and thlDga In tbe Old Dominion. Speaking candidates to travel together, speak t-
;, of Senator Daniel one day, Vacle together, ride together and sleep to- Township 00, 5.11.42, Ea.t. ; -
[\10.4-1.7. 8, 1800, assessed to \\ II H.
July "
...r ;: ;John said: "tie comes honestly, by Ills gether. On ODe occasion In: a district I aiiianou, part ot Lot 3, 315 acre off north ,West Palm Beach. AVENUE '

: courses and his eloquence. Ills father adjoining mine where the policy end Bectlon 211, Townnhlp 118.8. K. 43, East, u..ti, Opposite Masonic Temple.
eu; 'his grandfather before him; Mere was pursued the Democratic candidate 2% acres.

that kind of .men. Both Of them 'were for congress was a man of elegant No. 434: July ii, 180O assessed to II.nrookfir .
: great lawyer.. HI* father and grandfather nmapors, good clothes and well ,for Lot 8 In Cabut's Nub-Didslon of West Palm Beach, Fla. < |
j were both Judges of tbe court cultured, and was generally regardedby Lot 4, ....'lIon HlTowniihlp40.8.1C.411, BNor.
Ills father Judge William Daniel Jr., the lest!' fastidious 'as a big bug, 418,July 8. IflOOj, assessed to Oeor e WOOD WOOD ---- ---.------_.
circuit court, and CK QliwBon, for LoB 3, Section :10, Township
:was Judge of the and so It was generally reported over t]
nil, S. B.43, 18.69 ... .
Knot aor .
:Bedford was la his jurisdiction./ I tell the district In his campaign. One night f
NO 4S5: ,July p. 1899.:amused to Sarah 0.
TOO be was a Judge that was a Judge. they had finished speaking and retiredto Olonoon for Lots 1, :3, 8, 4, 6. 6 and T, Block Stove WoodDelivered
(Whenever Judge Daniel spoke, It was their room aud went to bed sleeping J. Town,/ of Jui/ller, Section 81, Township 40 The Mutual

tbe law and tho gospel and accepted together, and both fell soundly to H. It, 48 E..t. [ to Any fart of Town.
r ;1&. such. The lawyers never jawed sleep The next: : morning tbe Republican No, 4oft, July B, 1800 assessed to Sarah
n him back when be was !on the\ bench, on awakening found his companion O. aiwiHon, for lots 1, 3, 4, 0. 6, 7, 8 ana 9,
however much some of them may have gone and ha made a search for him Block It, '1'0"001 Iiipltur,Soctlon 81, Town- Leave orders at Wood Yard on Clejiatis > Life Insurance Company.of
T. felt like It. lie always went In for and found him out In tile woodshed, *lil|> 4O, S. R. 48, East, Avenue near the railroad track, ,
No.40T.July 8. 1800 assessed to Sarah Q.Ulonnon 3T, address
and equity. lying across on old fashioned saw-
Justice fur Lots-n, -I., B 0. T. 8 and 9. lllock
:Always on the Right Side. buck with his head hanging down on 8, Town of Jupiter Section 81, Townafilp/ ,J. T. ,SNEIX '
"One time,'. continued Uncle John,' one,t.:M? and his legs down on.the other 40, S. It. 43 East New :Yoi k'.

"during the- trial of a case lu court a lie woke up the sleeping man and No. 4118, July 8. 181111. assessed" to Sarah PIIOPBIETOB. 0-0-tl 4
examination managed Inquired what in the name ofoheavenh 0. Oloason, for Lots 1, 3; IS. 4, B, 6 and 7;
In cross
lawyer was doing there. Tlia sleeping fellow lllock 4; Town of Jupiter,Section 81,Towo- -
4' a 'to: get the witness so confused that one palt awaken rubbing his eyed, shin. 40 S, R. 48, East. RIO HARD McOURDY, President.
OJda't know what be was saying. said They call (ma a biff bug over the No. 4fln, July a, 18UO assessed toSarnbQ. McCtlNLEY; & CO.. ..
,, ;Judge Daniel who took In Urn situation thunder. the bugs In Oloason. for Lots 1, 2. 8,4..G, 6. T, 8, O, 10,
: at a glance himself put several I ,, questions! (to She> Itneas wblcb cleared that bed were too big for me I' Section 8:1.: Township 4O 8. R. 48 ]Furniture and StOYOsMANOPACTvREa .

up affairs and gave the witness confidence The Patient and the Doctor. 1'10.4110.July D,laOO,assessed to Sarah O.Uleasou. ,, ,
to tell what be had to say Inpllcb Ez-GOverngr and ex-CongreasDmq; for Lots 1.9 and 6, hook 1. Town Did more business in 1900 loan( during any previous' year. It'

a manner as to Impress the jury Job Taylor of Tennessee Is not only of Jupiter, Section 81, Township40,8. It. 411EH.t. : OfAWNINGS. asily> maintains its position ae "the"'largest; strongest most progress-

with the fact that be was telling the one of the most popular lecturers on No 468 8,1NO9 assessed to Sarab G. TENTS AND SAILS Ire life insurance. company in the world." .

'+ truthand won the case. A few days the boards, but Is also one of the best Uluasnn for Lots 1,2, H, *, B.6 and I,Block
after that the lawyer who bad bullied story tellers In all creation. Nature Intended 8, Town of Jupiter, Section 81, Township 40, DPHOL3TEBIMO
the witness met tbe Judge\ and Bald him for a 110 ed'an.' Hero Is 8. 11. 4H, East. Boat Cushions Curtains: Eto. Income in 1900 6058290231..

+' 'Judge, do ,you know that I hate tieaid. one of his shortest anecdotes; "The NO. 4H1, July' 8, 1X00, asssssed. to Co- and Funeral Assets December 31, 1900 $325,753la2.51.
you are accused of taking side In, doctor's patient was hopelessly 111. Tbe known, lop Lots 8 and 4, Block 7, Town Undertaking Supplies. Insurance.and Annuities $1,141,497,88802.
court That may be true Bh',' said doctor bad done all that medicine and Jupiter,Suction 81, Township 40, S. R. 48, WEST: PALM: BEACH. FLA. t

', the Judge drawing himself up to his professional skill could do to- save bin East
n 403,July 8, 1800,assessed. to Sarab O. .. ,
full' height 'BQC'I warrant ;yptf never' |life l or prolong his days. Finally the leason No tor Loin 8. 0, 10. 11., 1:1.: 18 and 14. )C Thft history of this company has been an unbroken record of pro

beard of me taking tbe wrong side; end approached. The patient rested lllock T, Town of Jupiter Section 81,Township AGENCY gress. Its excess of return to policyholders has bE't'n'almo.t SIX

Judge, Daniel and Hostler George on his bed an the doctor told blm of his 4U B, R. 48, East TIMES AS MfTVJt AS THAT Of TJIJS N.EXT LAJiOJfST

"Judge Daniel" Uncle John went: on, serious condition. No. 464,July 8, 11.1i1i1, assessed to Sarah Q. COMPANY and nearly ten times as much as that 'of tbe third in
hawk bill 11 'l1a ve you anything* .to say, Inquired aiunsnn for Lots 0,10,11,13 18,14, IS, IB CONTINENTAL
"' tall and gaunt, with a rank.:
1 was the doctor'any statement before and IT. Block 8. Town of Jupiter Section
\ pone end f>.n eagle eye. When ha bel4'' you pass way? 81, Township 40, 8. R. 48, East .

S court at Liberty, the county seat' of 'Yes,' said the patient, turning :01..4811.\Jull i a. 1809. assessed to P. T. Total of Assets and Policy Payments 866232963.

a', Bedford, he always the put up At hostler the 1'el'I'1tavern. at wearily; 'tell my folks swish I bad got Mu'lon.n.lor niand No.8.Section lIS,Township ,PLANT COMPANYOf Total Promiuma received .779134420.,
George negro .
aoctorl"! 42t H. R. 48 East, 13-tOO acres.
tbe tavern. wee a favorite with all the another .No.lll1I.ruIT 8, 1809, assessed. to- ,

+ guests who patronized the house aid General Booth (Uys.Griee. Hcott, for Lot 5, East Half Block SB, Town Kittrell, N. O. Excess: : of Bss"tll'and payments to policy holders
v was always sure of a tee when be ,led Of. Sully' places General Booth the of West Palm Beach Section 31, Township over total premiums received since formation of 543

out tbe Judge's horse after the adjournment chief of the Salvation Army, amongthe 46, 8.It. 48, Bast.NO. -- Company .. $$87 098 .
+ S of court One morning the most'rl'wnrkll.ble men whom ha Sao July 8, 1800, assumed to J. O.Wllllarna STRAWBERRY LAMTII ,
Judge came out and mounted his liorse has met: lIe told this story of him: Lot IIWe..' Half Block 3tl, Towu
Ueorge dutlfnUy holding the stirrup "When General Dootb ,bad finished of West Palm Beach Suction 31, Township C..bb..Jr.>..TaiDKt. imd Celery Pi....&.. I
I The assets of the Mutual Life are clean and well Invested.. The
his at Colorado H. K. 48,East.
la The Judge'" looked at George put an address one night 48 ,: CARNATION PINKS '
hand la bla pocket and then lookll,"' Springs/ several of us accompanied (to.3n3. Juts a. 1800as Meci to Lydia M. 4a "1,1\7., Company refuses to take risks in countries( where climatic conditionsare

L Mownat' bis horse said: 'George, you him to the house where be was stot Brlcg, for East Half North-east QqartOf at all dangerous, and it does not write Insurance on subjects'; who.
this Section 88 Township 48, Xr-R, H\ Ea! IIQ W* bundle ROM and Flowering Plnnti for in below standard. !fjvf
rancar you. I ougbtp't t>> give' took ping. The general always eat. a Igbf| !\ f O. .. Taber. Glen Bt. Mary flu.a are any respect

dollar. This horse doesn't' as 'hig- aorcs .alum of yens patronage.oliolt though/ bad been !half fed.' Doless said certldcates shall be rcduenwdscvurillnK
"Now. Norse Jed '.' Bald George, 1 refer. To keep him company all of to taw.." ,deed will. Issue. PAIL ORDKRS. PROM PT1.Y m.UD! The premium rates of the Mutual Life are LOWER and its guarantees

"don't you go and talk dat way. I U* sat down to the table with him, thereon, on the 8<>tu day of January A, D.I Address VRANK: COrE. HiGHER,than those of any other leading company. '

done been stuff dat bored alt be could though ha was the only one who ate 1003.: n-t-tf P. O. Box 144. Wed. Palm B aah Fin

bold."but be Is sackly like you is. rnarsterDri anything. All the rest of W declined. Witness... my hand and official seal this 96th. CECIL WILCOX; Gen'l) Ag't, Jacksonville, Fla "
den en n't bole- enough to keep The general said grace In this uuIqUJ day of flec"IU ',.A, D. 10OI. : ,

him from lookln hongry.: Oeorg got, fashion'Lord; bless those,who eat and [!Seal' .?'', B. a:DBARBORX, Call on The Tropical Real :Estate :Ex. J. W. CONNER Ag't, Eau Gallie, Fit, z
the doIi r" those who do not ,atr Clerk of the Circuit Court; Dad County Fla. change before prices on realty advance.] .

', '+ a1 j, Nothing ao fully demonstrates: Bena. ., CiWIJ1': : CtASX.

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THE TROPICAL SUN.| A COMING STAPLE OF fLORIDA. SHVH to be very materially the cheapest few -::- '-::" .- r-. _. 'h.,..._. _- ,
ii yenta then
t swarmed
I'MUtir' TuomiAi. HUN. with KFlJ'1NI! I )< iRI'e3) !I\ (fIO'Iiil];] \ ,
fut rds > ) & .
whoat, \
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>vi-n PlonC'ir Paper< \ of Lade. County, Florida. DEAR SIR I hand herewith inK : N'rHUNV& Itu \I. '-."' _
---" :- you a ""tc'.1 i interest I to our winter vIsItor! -- .----....- ...... --. -- _.. ..----,"
;': : copy of a Keporb to the Board of ur ow tlioy lire silent and lc Itoii-e and LQ "
f, ; TROPICAL' SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY Bn< < erteil), Agriculture, Jamaica W. I., on tlm Ing( ilcd,. of a chief attraction by pltjttK will bumath; -
t; GUY I. SIBTCAJ.F KDITOR. $750'' hOU8 nd lct

r '(*( -________________________________ cultivation of "The pineapple und tw id afcri- hunter* who have robbed us, d..uce I loCale" In II very ae"rablo tQl
r>um.iaHip' IvY' FRIDAY, other products of Florida," that 1 t 1 thout so much as saying "than'. Mt \part o.f Welll''alw lIe. b.e'illii; ,.'.! '

i '*!F.t' AT WIlT PALM DgAOH.OAOa COUNT FLORIDA, venture to think will be of interest bewe 0'11.' W t'th4, i.: TrAplotil :a..t, tutlte! :a'Uh&IIKtJ.i IJ,,. ", '.
Me\Q.If "
"'!" hXaciager tot $( ,
--- -- "We ulpaf'e: '
; : 90B9CRIPTIOH PRICE. 92.00 A YEAR. to most of your readers! whetherpermanent sit take every.precaution! to Keek a tic tilart and tet"P19. I I./. I, ;', ,!:;, ''I ', '

": -- -_____________ I residents or winter visitors da / ief from stealing even the most trifling -----,--. .-: : \\0'" ., ." ,- \"tt I.. ,,1 .

J Hutered; ; at the Pololtc! ot Weat Palm Beach how the industries by \ our possessions, and at the same; time OHIO cornel; : : .
as showing
.* aeroniJclaimatter.. ; : sks" no effort to dissuade/ The Ohio CotaaeIj; J "
I th ] gunner &//11JtI '
of Dade and its counties .
adjacent inm oini shooting the birds upon whose ex. of a Brat cUsi'lbOttrdlngr'lious'e' "" K1UDA.Y, JAJJ0AHY 1O, 1COS.FLOBIUA'B strike a stranger; bow they appear woco tnce depends ducted Mt's. ,
: : our very livelihood. by Nina to the eye and observations of an m : ueer, Un't It? ,, ,'' ,. Miss MlnnleGttbn| corner bfPMa.; "'

expert. duw ; .! se tta and. Fern {treuts.:\:( \ ."'>Bparding: ''

The author Mr. Robert Thomson 'amoua Horaehlde can be had the -v. ,? ,
ShoeAtf'rHONY" by week orlmecl, I I, '
little time last fa : -...:.. at rcaponaJatfe rates. ;
p L SUfiOOTWl1bH5 spent some among us a
Ci -
.1R: midsummer collecting information In: .Stenograper Wanta Position; .
; M., ro .rtJt to1 Sale.!
In the interests of the. owners of the en] A
young man wishes a position aimenographer.
utely established line of fruit stenm- h City Iota, Improved' and !unimproved, "
es Will work for tnoilernt ;.
boats trading between ranging Is price fromVfjrji'' (& $, ,
now regularly be! ]lary. Address "Stenographer" Lock opo.

Kingston and J :ifland.Yours( \ of ; l :x 930, West Palm Beach Florida Some ofv these i\t'oPfrtleS"II\ : veritable' "

aa .. bargains/: at the figure lu(twll| buy them '

truly, bogo Apply quick to Boza4hdttrnt1r1a.: '.
II.: MATHATTIE.West 7-ta-tf -'I'
/ els DICE PROPERTIESAND "" \\\1'\ .,'" ,4
Palm Beach Dec. 10 1901.
Will ;3. Sold<< *t. a Sacrifice., ,

cam n (, "
It is interesting fact that Orlandoin ( \ ';
an acres of:A Jtfo. t plnappleTan4 :
\.. ([ Florida) the borne of the pineapple We \ 12 :
shed system of cultivation, is indebted la near. Laniana will tie: oM. at B -

to Jamaica for an important industry. wi BARGAIN TRACTS sacrifice. Twenty !acre*'cteal'ech small; '

About three years ago an American to comfortable bourn 'on,' ,the; luiul; -Lakefrontage.
tor rial in Jamaica, Mr. Perkins wa.. po '
,Owned '
by a oon'reBuloti who < .
struck with the value of cassava AS astarchyielding fir Few ,Loaders from the List of 'i; ,
plant. On his return to i is unable to give It attention. For spot'

Florida he organized\ company and sa ; Desirable Properties Offered cash &tbf-property; 'will bw :sacrificed: toIhe

( erected a great factory at t.akc Mary 18 ha firm comer. Address l or ,call ou tbs ,

'f: miles fioni Orlando for the manufacture the by the TROPICAL REAL ESTATE Tropical Real Estate Exchange I. '
of cassava starcb. I visited the; factoryat for ; _..J
.. of and of ( ( Metcalf, Manager.Hew4iItocA! "
the end Juse was kindly permitted EXCHANGE, ? .
to see through it, the managers and ,' ,
in otic I I. METCALF Housa; Cbeap.; '
taking a great interest Jainica. One Manager. ... 'It. 'I'
thousand acrea of cassava are cultivated rp ) 101'1'
Eight HvmdredxDollara' klwlU- buy .Jo\L.\
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In the hundreds ol of fa
vicinity, connected with acres the ed : : I Abstracts oew,4-roorn cottage neatly painted nail ;c::]) "-
which by gentlemen Title Furmshed.i '
well located A bargain property; :WIll ""
factory. There are fields of one hundred dr 18 cent in rental. Calttt j
i pay per on Cost, .,
acres each which I had the pleasureof in Real Estate .
rfpt1UF5? Tropical Exchange, I, 'j ,
inspecting. Within 60'miles of the re '
J Trapt ; Metcalf, Manager 8.tt.rIMPORTANTTICErrssP..ssIIa''
;. factory the managers purchase the fall
tubera delivered at railway stations at ti : Partly Improved. fruit farm and ulnntetilirova
and is re mar town. Twenty aero tract, U
the culture
$3 ton extending
per ttorea cleared, II acre lu choice and
rapidly. This factory crushes 40 to 50 of Srapo fruit reo., K acre In orange inch' pota '
OOTEUNOB is now- president tons of tubers daily during the cropping p : H acre I In aaaorted vegetable, t acn

of the National Good Roads .season of 4 mouths. The average cropper p cloned In tomator with) ,,poultry gitnreii l netting.of chicken New yard- en.,: For the .ID for in at too of l ideal i'\-- ,

Association, and his State should acre is 9.ton*. This plant grows remarkably ject I house aupplicd with water lank;;grove cup sportsmen visitor,' and all ethers
well on the all-present sandy plied with irrigating p"n&'lIood *taul. au,I '

hump herself to lead the :Natioo in soil. On the day of my visit! to a too tl : wagon to clinlcvHt. room roue; acre and flower other .garden flower\planted IJIIi'l'' I interested, ,would. be well ,to cut', p' "

good toa di) building.; acre field fertilizers were applied to the m OKANOK LAND IN OADU COUNTY. ,JI' out the following i to ,
field to the value! of |$oo. I pointedout et baraaln proPerty (or 11.500. .ef cerpte pasta

I *** that larger returns would be obtainable h la the hat, memorize, or otherwise ".,

of real from a better soil, in fact double u L Front Fruit Land: become familiar with. ,' '' .'
the crop. The yield of starch from the m I ? One huiidntrtand twenty fouracres of No. ;
estate in West I'ulm Beach had best tuber is from 17 to 20 per cent. It is th pineapple land, nosy. L4ntan, will b* 'rbetiitlzens and Beers( ttVendetermlned -- \; ; ,

act, and act quickly, a* next week also noteworthy that the manufacture of ed I oKI chcau houac Twenty ilu acre t> on the cl land redj mmlroiuforlau.e Luk ; that each and "every one>" ".,.; '
tapioca and dextrine from cassava are to T f,"Ont. Ownnl by iioii-reftldetic whodeMlre;! ,
will probably see H decided advance be taken up with the least possible de b I to d!.po e.of mine at a merit'. ;.price. of f these l lajvs shall! be rigidly.en

in the price of many lots and Improved lay. of forced go duenotice is
The colored laborers In this A horebj'
employed fruit Land
that buve been :
properties cultivation are paid $i a day. From the d given "
listed; at: low flgims: until tbat time. planting to harvest seven months are S 7o-acr tract near OJu. suitable for ultra. _ -
I fruit or plnen "I"" If "fold in entire true sing; Firearm* In Public 1'1_ and
requisite. On account of the winter st ] ,, SalOns
.* ems per acm 1eu ni're Ioia at'20 per.cre.
frosts the seed (stem cuttings) has to be B A bargain tract: and Weapon to Minor* '

buried in the sand for months. I DiBCHARaiHfl'; FHIBAHMH _
Great piles of them are thug covered th ] ; : Property: ver dtccharffca" on any puMIc<: highway or 111''any
that the weary editor receives such during winter. The cost of preparing a 6-Honiu Hounr, oulncorpormted villaR", -within. jfhraa
boqueta as the following. coming as the laud for this .cultivation is $40 per a I tract. 1'rlce, :iouo.new, ou goodrenlilence i hundred" yard ol anyjiininlno" *.anT'drearn..,

it does from one or. the most successful acre. This for digging up the palmetto te .' wltboot the permission .from the oorupant of,
roots which cover tbe land. I: 7-Room hone au attractive residence. Price aId prerautw, or In the,defoue..otlte, limb or
and prominent fruit growers and I the from Savan- tbe f ahall be
J i quote following a I"A I '. proporty, punfehnd by Imprisonment ____
business, men!' of the East Coast: .nah newspaper of June 29tb 1901, relative in/( Vacant 'lpti, Rraldeneoa" "' beat not ax Nllnc sixty days, 'or by a flnejirft --...
,, on streets.
to this cassava factory: "Brun- b Lar/l' and mnlt ootuges, Buniucu, block, nxiHMHlluB fifty dollara.AN .. w
"Enclosed find check to cover iwick's Board of Trade held an InterestIng t /: eto.Commoillmir. ACT Prohibiting ,Killing(, Capturing- orSheeting '

another twelve months subscription. ) meeting to-day to hear an Informal F I i r Bl3encaon any Deer, Alligator. Crocwlllo,: J
one of the beat
I consider invested in address. from Piepident Perkins of the e corner.ud lu WaUr-Powl
$t oo a year I a uioat desIrable neighbor- or any Wild Bird (Except
Florida Starch Facrory and for a 50 uoud. Crowd), Within On nil of
subscription to your paper, the best session President Perkins tbe Incorporated -
lengthy entertained
.r investment I make durlug l( the year. a large attendance. President One of the moat conveniently arranged tea Town ol West Palm Beach, Florida. ,
Idencei lu the town located on a ch."c. Suction :1. An* pernoaor poraoun wbaebaJl
1. -JenseDFJorlda. Perkins is cutoutS to the North, ti 1 ,, rea\cJ\ nee Mreet. convenient "ichoil kill
where he will study the needs of various th ] church, depot suit bualueiaenter.. Cb;: .., capture or ahoot anyder., lUllgatorv-
It indeed know at crocodile, water-towl
is to
gratifying ,Cutton factories-in their use of starch a7SO> or any wild fclr
; I that the efforts of THE PEOPLE'S and will still further adapt his factoryto h ; I Good Investment froperty-; -roon home, ceptUmcrowa limit), of wlthlu the' one maDe of the cor.poratlon -: ,
town of
the manufacture of products suited 1 1tl sa ell located. Wont Palm I _
t PAPER In behalf of the producers of I Price. ttoo. Beach, Dad County, Florida,'hull be .'
4 :o them. At present his firm has about ro pun.laiiad -
fj the East Coast are most appreciated $(iof oo.ooo Invested in the developemcnt 'a Building I.otj, welt located In de.iraLlenellolb : on convIction hamlre thereof by flue not excoedlnK -

by those whose esteem we value most I the cassava industry and the enlargement S borhood,..at $iuj, $ oo. fejo, f 1300,f ijooand tea dollars one, or by l dollar nor lea than
I bjoo each.Fashionable\ ImprtBonmentnotwcaedlnjaninety .
of their plaut is one of the near by the a
i; highly.: m day nor loss than ton day. 0rby .
pl ans. prlvata boarding hOl'''', furn.11I1..d both fine and Imprlnunnieut, at ttio dbwrvtloaof .
During my sojourn lit Florida, I col ti ,and two ipleudldly located lot, ova r- ibe> court '
ected other valuable information regard. a ; looking Lake and clnae to poet oSUi an, -
; ATroHNEI'-OCNERAL: IiAMAR's victory lu g cassava as an article of food for cattle Mss; market rrlc (8.500. ANACT, to Amend Section 9517 of the R84

In the famous F. O. & P Ily. ,etc Indeed Florida determined tomake be vlaed Atatutea Relating. ; to Trespasses on .
I Finest rralitence (furnished) property and I Farm, Garden, itc.
cassava a leading staple product. ;
moat eoimnandlnKly located li
cane, wherein that corporation is I The matter is discussed everywhere. It West. rem.,, Bmch. Splendid view property of tb: Section 1. That Section 9S1 of the 'Ho.rlwd .

forced to pay nearly if 100,000 in From: the report of the Professor at c !\ : L lake and Beat Side front. J'rice $7suo. Statutm be ao amnndttd a* to rend a. .

back tuxes to the State of :Florida, the Florida Agricultural ExperimentalStation I o 1 I f follow: Section, 3317. WboeTor takes andcarrlm
I make the following extracts: w ; Beautiful residence site, near Lake front away from any rMOIl\'a'd"a. orchard.,
,I means much for General Lamnr'sr I "With all the facts procurable aud with e I 1'rlce '3i5o. range or lemon grove,or destroys any farm .

tllre. as it does for the treasury of I the experience not only of myself but I o :: New lo-room realdenceon lie.. home atree p product Togatablea, Iroltn or flower, Horn

!? tt, tb .St..tP.. of Florida. That worthy P many practical farmers to support the n in town, near churches, and school, .moo. or cotton from the atalk, or from any vineyard -
I have reached the conclusion in ;
opinion, : any crape of any moooy Talun H m,0nt
oflK-ial's! unceasing' effort ever since I bat, all things considered cassavacornea d ; tbeeonaentof tin. owner or manager, ball

he has been Attorney-General has nearer furnishing the Florida c Three Wd,corner amall\ tenement lot, A'rtceiimoo cottngna! well I"F"J. .bepunlahcdby Iraprlaoninent not exceeding
farmer with a more universally profitable to ] three month, by u One not xceedlo. (iffy "
brought upon him the Constant; op than other which be can t
crop any Meat llllle home of fire ilollara or by both inch Impruumaiant. and
position of the corporate interests ol f grow on equally% large areas. It can be at three alil.-a of house plenty room of* porch.....de on I In, OneattbedlHcretion of the court.
1 utilized in more'ways, can be sold in yurd, on Rood *trtM.-t. in good nclghborhuod
< ,
Florida) but despite that :
convenient distance front : -
more different forma can be more cheap c t I churches. ...noDoubla I j
,c.' to a man ia public life In this State ly converted Into staple and finished U auddepot. price,$laoo.

he has persevered, and after a seriesof products and can be produced for i a s cottage, NOTICEOnandMonday
ica.l 14 room; on princlnnt rest
trials and appeals, hams won ai smaller part of Its selling price than IInyother dun". .'""; 'mttar $3MI| per year. Pale

8 crop.'It / f',5ou. __ _
i final and complete victory before the ia I'.uquestionably true tl'at Cassava We \ ; ,

highest tribunal in the land. Lamar supplying, all things a considered perfect ration comes for nearer farm f ; Double Fern treeUsreut.cotlnge; .4 for room'aaS pei corner year.of Oily rrlci. January 13th, I will receive -

well deserves the confidence! and loyal Stock than any other concentrated food A : .- applications for t'

support! of: the common people, produced upou Florida farms. e Doubt*eattaiie. 14 anoint, located Olive the purchase of lots in : ':- I
whose interests be has served sit ) "Kvery beef animal in Florida can be ton' ; atreet. rent for $sa per year. lcoen.,,soo limited portion of the ".M,
put in tbe condition of Western atall.fe.1caUle --

faithfully and so well.I' by the simple use of cassava, at a c I Ririire for CASH for all\ of thethre. new addition, north of
fraction of the cost to the corn preceding< propertle to any on. wUhlnir to,
mere .mak. gmid intornt-pnyliig, the ojder \
Investment. part of the
I' f feeders of the west. 1
I LAST SEASON'S PINEAPPLE CROP. "An acre ;J'ieldln40/ bushels of corn I Town of West Palm
would.at this rate, produce 1,187 pounds : : :Beach.

f The report of General Agent Por- of starch. while an acre of casiava producing t = Splendid muck land In one of the moat

; .'. cher of time Indian River and Lake 6 tons would yield 2,400 pounds s ; K0,10" ?*vegetable growing settlement WALLACE R. MOSES ;
'COODly. Chutes .
of atarcb. at i i" '.ote at $z' pa
;/, \Vnrth Pineapple Growers Association "It thus appears that cassava Is to-day "] m.DI&forcusli.. -Special prlou on tint. pay Agent P. B. C. R'y Land Dept.

y gives; some interesting figures the cheapest known source of starch -

: ::4 on the crop ()1001. costirg at present market values of raw ; I Beach Water-Front: Beautiful
material only about one-fourth as much Building Lots for Safe.
: ... Thin Association' ) bundled C4.2UO I as its nearest competitor"Not Li! BUILDING Poiuciuna and WTS betwemim hotel Roy. The '

w., crates U > to Anoint/: 15th. aud after only therefore. does the high( fr01l1a and .100 Lake Bethceda-by.tbe.s and o..u fronl., iati Lakeview addition to the
< of In it t f.lS .nd al Town of Wellt
yield starch cas'lll va place prominently $4 p. foot. Palm Berch Is ,/
tliiit date ( np""
: : over"" tt.OOO more. s .
,' before manufacturers as a probable pened[ and platted '
up Hal .
t 1'0 !
I ::, 'l'helIlIt average ou Ked Spuuisbpines new material for the great glucoseindu.uy Y" Worth Water-Front: desiring to persons '
secure suburban
?. ., all sizes above :. at present practically 4
oa 4.11:1. wa
: a dependa tin feet of take front residence
ent upon corn, but moreover see hunlaomret. adjoining' :: oncof tt.a. lots every one covered
m 'I t :UISi( ) pr t.-1-ute; incluilin the fancy contains two other constituents worthy ) I Lake. CaD be improved bought; It properties taken: at once on ,itt th: with a splendid growth of young

yam ktles the net average was broughtdown of consideration in tbia connection I, bargain IIlIure.SO trees, can do so at very reasonable.

to $1.48. namely, its 3 per cent. of sugar, against <> (vet of double frontage, figures.ThU.
.t the 0.4 per cent. ia corn and 1.63! percent ""aullluillnoll fur bullding"tebearirw '
Lt g Th quantiFy of fruit bundled for of fibre, as compared wi'h '.20 percent a000anut botbouse.Orange. aDd lime treVaT'aptendfi..';I splendidly lald.out addition

.' the silicon, up to Aug. 15th,exceeded<
j, that of tbeyear previous by more the importance of these are now facts considering, and] there and : ] 8t11f.DINO SSSo't"1 passed in locatlon.'and very soon

,. tlum 4,000 crate. (ia good reason for expecting the erection we: .1("a, '.11>...4 Ocean front t1 nrst-clasa streets wi}| j b';,, graded

The growers of the East Coast are' of at least two glucose factories In tbe m and everything necessary supplied
near future, which will depend upon I Hotel: t o make it the most desirable' home
f.mf matter of the
gettitiffthe "
pineapple cawuva for their raW material. .
J I Wellioeat.tl.dolllil section on the
: a Dire West Side
{ builnem... of Lake
: culture reportThe actual profit au tbe feeding ]L. t ProipsrouusoomnnltysnI< flnat coaventenovi
at least, to business basis so! thatth duchg fruit Pro-
i of the steers 1 : territory' on the East (,; ; Come early and
.. ( cassava was 48.4 percent /: to tinul and: partIcular., 0"1. Wite get your choice
/K'utn""r:' of fabulous. returns, bas on the investment. The cottonseed t C I t: _o,f lots while prices low
arc ,
been", suhiititutKi! by the cold iatculatioa I steera returned a profit of 37,43 per f fcent. :BUt I River Propertjf
., and the corn fed steerS 14.<)8 per I I''i l I : T rUOPjCAL REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
: of i>et prottts per crate. ADd I it I; :cent The difference between lots I and' : i ] ] M.lbollrnelowa lot. "twarI5 .

'. Lr is t\ell that it U so. .ria decidedly apparent, and shows caa- tda t' ways t block fruIt mud lemon ..rov.: Moo Orange a buinve, 1(rmqq &a.TT8

; trontlugeuitr.1, and maven. OWco in Tropical Sun Block.

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Over the Year
Three Man Cremated In Southern Railway U. 8. Supreme Court Affirms Daolalon Gain of Over $4,000,000

: Wrook Near ,F ax, as. of Lower Tribunal.. POWDER/ EXPLOSIONMine 1900. MAKE HAUL OF $5,000
''', : 0 iJTEftS.TO ITS FALL \ I Macon, Ga., Jan. 7.-Colonel: J. I). Jacksonville; Fla., Jan 6.-The
\\0 Atlanta Jun. 6.-Throo mon worebinned books of the Clearing House! association
: : :': ; : .N'j ; ; Cooper received a telegram yesterday .
;: iM'Vi'VY'ji. ; \ Wi>i l. > to death and 30 freight cars I which Includes the First National

.:; di l'il1'J.t -rJji,1" :Declares Wholegjouatry wore destroyed! by fire as the result I afternoon announcing that the a* Horror Reported From bank. of Florida .the Commercialbank East St. Louis Scene of Most '

m.m! I ', I, of a wrack on the Southern'. pramo court of the United States hat the National bank ot Jackson

iII';' "I', / In JRevolt.CA8TRO'9 day night at Rex: Ga.' 14 miles satu"l affirmed tha decision of the supreme Idaho Springs, Celo. ville and National Bank of the State Daring Bank:" Burglary.

':JflP Atlanta.. The three men who are missing court of Georgia In the case of Isadorc of, Florida-four of seven banks of

4 PR .
'1 i'\\; \, .,\.," ,.l In the fltynes are: Andrew Mahoney. wonderful increase in the businessof
I ':.' \ 'I,'," Engineer C. C. Wallace, of 75 South 1901 over that of 1900, the Increase< Hours Vault of ,
$ 1Says That Venezuela andl'Colombfay Minder was tried and convicted In Unfortunate Victims Were Tamping After Working Nina on
: McDaniel Atlanta.
: $. street, .
the superior court bare during the bolng $4,024,724.04. Bank Cracksmen
Blast, Holes When the Explosion Ooeurrtd National Stook Yard ,
Arfl' Now Enemies;; Flagman Z. Harris of Oa.
for tha First H. Jacks
y ,, 1901 Th books show that the transac
November term, 1900.\) )( In May, ,
Fireman -Cause to Be Due to Succeed In Effecting
v Prater Thought
r. 'fi..I swt"1 Imr, T"al'lke' to he': President's the case was carried! to the. supreme lions amounted to:

", ,,(,)rl.a, ,,:" );Maohina Done. : The injured are: court of this state on'' t ie ground that the Tamping of a Shot. 912,733.084.64 in 1900. Securing the Loot and Eaoaplng. ;
k"\ Engineer Lea Whatley of Atlanta, In 1901.
: several material witnesses who livedIn Idaho Springs Colo. Jan. 7.-A* a fl6.7S7.772.68 St. Louis. Jan. 7.-Six masked men
4"Colon\ Colombia! j'an.rU Galvea- cut on head. .
i: ) Alabama could not be reached under While the records of former years iIS
.:. ton; Tex.-General'< Anltrfll1tj .tho'' for. Fireman Hicks, of Atlanta, slightly! the! Georgia laws, and that M In. result of a premature explosion of have always; indicated a substantial 'entered the National Stockyards bank

s. ,,1 mar president of Vene&iela, who arrived cut.Freight der should not be hanged without the powder blasts in the Newhouse tunnel increase of business transacted, north of Boat: St. Louis, 111., last night 1

t here'' from Curacoa 'yesterday train second No. 51, in evidence of these witnesses. The su two men are dead; another Is fatally through this channel there has been and after capturing and gagging the
0 1 raid I'.today charge of Conductor J. A. Wood and Injured and two others are In a serious watchmen and firemen At
promo court of Georgia affirmed the nothing to equal the increase during: two bight
"U Is not Venezuela ''but; Castro Engineer Wallace, was coming north decision of the superior court. condition. The list of dead and injured the year closed, which Increase L, con.Ildered the plant and blowing open the vaults ra

who Is the enemy ot Colombia. Venezuela and passed McDonougU. at high speed After the decision of the Peorgla: supreme follows: as a phenomenal one. with dynamite secured 5,000 In coin
and Colombia during' yie past when they should have waited there Dead: they decamp- > ,
court Colonel Cooper went to and currency, withwhich, j
70years have for the freight coming south to pass John Eckard. FATHER MURDERS CHILDREN. )
always, regarded each New' York and filed with Justice Whiteof Ernest 'i i ad early today.
k other as I slater republics bound by them. the United State supreme court an I For nine hours, from 7 o'clock last
I tho-tloacst and most friendly ties and Conductor Wood states that no signal Injured: Louisiana Man Stands Accused of Aw they were
application for a writ of error. This night until 4 o'clock a. m.,
ROW for a siding (the red board) was A. C. B. Lawes, fatally. ful Crime.
they the
are for first time enemies writ was granted l,, on t.he. 3d of September it; work on the vault without being Interfered -
thanks, to Castro's machina hung out at McDonough. The operator 1901. In the meantime MInder Harry Blard, arm broken. Forest Hill La., Jan. Yesterday with. The entire East St.

,, dons" <- at the statlonC asserts that he gave had been sentenced to be hanged Louis Philips hand crushed. two children of G. B. Keener aged 18 Louis police force aided by the St.
Wallace the red board and it dis I The men were known as the powder and infant found .
.; Referring' to Venezuela General An- was on Sept. -6, but the action of Justice months an were Louis police, are guarding all the avenues
drade said'' he was satlafled that the regarded. _. White in granting the writ of error : gang. They were loading holes with dead in bed with their skulls crushed. of escape but as yet have obtained -

whole country was In revolt against Freight first! No. 64 going south in caused Governor Candler to grant an powder under direction of Lawes, the Keener sent his wife about 100 yardsto no clew to the whereabouts of the '

'' Castro, whose government was likely charge of Conductor Strickland and indefinite respite la Minder's case. foremaij. Philips was assisted by a water hole for water. On her robbers, who, it Is believed, escaped h ''t

to fall at any time. Engineer Whatley went Into the northbound Colonel Cooper lays ha will now Baird in tamping holes on one aide return he told her he had put the children horseback.Lee ,
General : freight head-on a mile and a of the tunnel and Wheeler and Eckard to sleep, and left saying he was
Mates, Andrade said, would take :Minder into the superior court Phllpot one of the watchers and
bait from Rex. were tamping holes on the other side. going to the house of Mr. Bedgood to
possibly be candidate for the. presidency and ask that he be adjudged insane. one of the Rough Rider friends of
The wreck then took fire two ot Lawes was standing About six feet sell chickens.
In caie Castrcrs/as overthrown. This case has attracted much attention President Roosevelt who Is- well
Mr Andrade .said that he himself -wasunwilling.tq the cars being loaded with lard In the past two years and a deeper away, giving directions when the explosion Shortly after he left Mrs. Keener known In Kentucky, was the first to

W seek reelection which the flames are supposed to have ate effort has been made to save MIn occurred. The cause has not noticed one of the children gasping, meet with the robbers. He was standIng .

When quaBtionad :''on the subject of started der's. life. been positively" ; determined, but it Is and wont to it and discovered the two In the stock yards near the Ex-S SSchange
rp 4 thought the accident was caused by
the Venezuelan, revolutionary steamer dead with theIr.beads badly crushed. building, la which the bank la

Llbortador (ifan IUgh),'Andrnde said DEFIANT TO THE END. SUBTREASURY FOR ATLANTA. the tamping of a shot. Coroner S. H. Rushing Impaneled a located, when he was addressed by ,

he expedition jury and investigated< the matter. Tho
was confident the would m'ei who out of a fence
succeed In. effecting: a landing on some Execution of John Robinson at Dublin Some of the Provisions of Colonel Llv TWO KILLED, TWO MISSING jury held Keener for murder and he three with revolvers sprang In their hands. y

: eastern point of the Venezuelan coast\ Ga. Ingaton'a Bill. was taken to Alexandria by Deputy corner

-- Dublin, Oa., Jan. 4.-John Roblnaon Washington, Jan. 8.-Colonel Llv Norfolk and Western Trains Collideat Dunn. They said: Phllpot and ,with
r "We want
Wlllemstadt Island of Curacoa Jan. murderer of Bertha Simmons, wM:: ingstort'a bill providing for a subtreasury Gray, W. Va. him before he could

I dr: <"'': 6, via :Hayden cable,-Shortly before banged yesterday in Dublin for a crime at Atlanta contemplates puttingthe Gray W. Va., Jan. 7.-No. 4, Norfolk Hunter Accidentally :Killed. that overpowered The thre JQ: ers

+" !, "' .""***ntets.ht: last night a' steamer, bellevi committed last'lI1ay. The drop fell subtreasury. If established, in the and Western express train, from Columbus Winter Park Fla., Jan. 4.-A sad reach his revolver.
O., to Norfolk, Va., met In a of which took Philpot to the comiflBjpromof |
',to i be'the Venezuelan revolutionary at 12:09: o'clock and the negro was present postoifice-building, and carries shooting accident, on account Reporter
: : StcUjgffKS
J < dead In 18 minutes. Death resulted an appropriation of $6,000 for fitting collision here at. 6 o'clock this morning Ed Self, a former citizen of Winter the Dally National
steamer Llbertador, passed several the
: and laid him on
a northbound freight and both Park lost his life occurred near Plant near by ) ?
IS1: times before this port, signalling to from strangulation.He up the necessary offices and for vaults.It hand and foot
trains were badly wrecked. The messenger Tuesday morning. Mr. Self flour He was bound
people.ashore. Answering signals ap- was defiant the end, stoutly also provides for an assistant City on '
and brakeman on the express had from Plant City where he and gagged with towels. While lying +
pearud tq have been- received: from the maintaining his innocence. He was treasurer with a salary of $ ..000. a gone
: ) in.
abusive were killed outright and the engineerand had lived for about a year, on a hunt. there three other men came
r I" shore and It asserted that the last of the officers who guarded cashier at $3,000 a chief clerk at $2,- "
members of the revolutionary expedliiL him in jail and utterly indifferent ot 000.' an assistant clerk at t,800, a fireman on the freight are mIssing. ing expedition In company with a Wanted to Kill Watchman. ..
; his future A number of others were Injured. friend. They were in a buggy and ...
condition. At
tion who ad assembled this Island least 5,000 messenger and a watchman at $720( While he was lying on the floor Phil-
embarked) on board the Liberta- people came to see the execution it being each. No names have as yet been ascertain when about 4 miles from town stoppedto pot heard the leader of the 'robber

r S the first In this county In 40 years. Colonel Livingston has written to ed. Wreck trains from Blueflelds" look for quail and while Mr. Self
dor and should have been landed early gang say: I'
this morning on the Venezuelan t Asked It hd wished to talk to the Colonel) Lowry and other bankers who Kenova are on the way to the scene. was hitching the horse a covey of quail "Let's kill him." He was deterred
crowd: he said "Let them to flying from the place the friend. In the
go have interested themselves in the mat by the
this Philpot says,
vlY near ;Velada Coro.VenezuelsnColomblan. from doing
INJURED WRECK. of the moment fired at the
IN excitement
hell. However, he made a talk of
ter urging them to :prepare at once statistics other robbers. One of the six men
nearly half an hour In a rambling kind birds without noticing that :Mr. Self
to back Atlanta's claim. to a--
Imbroglio.New up was sent out with Injunctions
'of way. Accident Rock Island Special CarryIng was in range of his gun. The result
York', Jan 6..In explanation 1 Philippine Recruits. I was that a large part of the charge en cure the others. Albert Estep the "
ot the note which the Colombian gov Ernest Outland Hanged.. Flood Victim's Body Found. Chicago,' Jan. 7.-A Rock Island special ; tered Mr. Self's body Inflicting wounds other bank watchman, was caught on
ernment has sent to President Castro West Point Ga., Jan. 6.-The body the stops of the Exchange: building
bearing 300 recruits bound for the I from he died.
Sylvania da. Jan. 4.-Ernest: Out. which .
t declaring that the grievances of Venezuela of John Crlm, the negro who was The robber went up to Es: .ep and addressed
Philippines from Columbus barracks
"against Colombia are not founder land was hanged here yesterday for drowned in the high waters of the him by name. Thinking It
In the Twen Florida Tourist Season On.
the murder of Tom: Mitchell one, year 0., was partially wrecked
Chattahoochee river at the time taken un
on fact; a dispatch to. The Herald same was a friend Estep was
Both ty-second street yards early today. Jacksonville Fla., Jan. 7.-The winter
ago. negroes. with Messrs. G. W. Callaway and H. and when a revolver was
r from Caracas : The note Is considered awares
says Three men were injured, as follows: season of Florida It can well be
1 'a V. Jones, was found yesterday morn- thrust Into his face was not In shap-i,
dispassionate presentationof EXPLOSION 13 A MYSTERY. Henry Lewis.crushed between cars Mild, Is now on, and during the next
Ing in a ditch near the river. The Under threats of death
Colombia's side of the case It Is for defense.
and Internally injured; taken to hospital week thousands will as the advance
c" ,-"L evidently an answer to Castro's comomun'lcatlon Central' Railroad Officials Investigating body waa partially covered with sand ; condition serious. guard enter the state and quietly take he was forced to go to'the fomposing a
to the' Chilian minister at and being la a ditch searching parties room, where he was .also bound and vy
Recent Accident. C.C. Murphy thrown from train and their places at the various winter resorts
were' unable to find It until the waters '
Bogota 'in reference! to Chill's offer of foot crushed; continued Journey for which Florida Is famous. The gagged. 'r'
Ga. Jan. '.-The Central
Macon had gone down entirely. The river Is Clark was taken un-
lo settle the Colombian- Night Fireman
fi, mediation
, Lawrence Schaefer, thrown out of transportation men declare that thiswinter's
have been ,
Railway of Georgia now in its original banks and of the
. 4.., Venezuelan imbroglio. President Castro every. window and clothing torn,from body; -season will be the best Florida awaren In the stamp department
engaged. In an Investigation! ot the explosion
thing has resumed Its normal aspect. He resisted and
declared In his conditional acceptance Exchange building. }
which occurred In the'shopsof escaped with slight bruises. has ever experienced. They contend
of tba offer of mediation thatVenezuela ?" that here with a Bussed Offer. Reward. The other passengers were merely I. that thousands will![ visit the ex was badly beaten before subdued. He

expected reparation for the company :,Jolted. A sleeper occupied by.Ight position in Charleston who never came was also taken to the composing room
Flew to determining the cause Irwlnvllle Ga., Jan. 7.-T. A. Bus- and with his
U\' alleged Invasion by Colombian troops officers and the wife of one of them south before, and that a large majorityof and left bound gagged
?' ot: the accident, but as yet they have sell and his friends have offered a reward At midnight one ot
i "? 1 and other grievances was thrown to an adjacent track but these people will extend their visit two companions.
statement other than to
given out no of nearly $200 for the arrest and the robbers was left to guard the cap-

:' CNINETEEN:: DROWNED AT SEA. the effect that they have been unable conviction of the parties who waylaidand maintained Its upright position. After to Florida. tives, while the other five went to the
several hours' delay the train was remade
.to place the responsibility on any In. robbed Mrs. Bussell and her brother I Taxable Property Increases. bank, which Is located on the first
and the Journey continued. The
dividual. They say so far as their Investigations at Mystic In this county, last Tues ''
;:. ,' British and Spanish Steamers Collide have revealed to this accident Is said to have been due to Tallahassee. Fla., Jan. 7.-The total ROOT of the Exchange building near
up day night. Every effort has. been
' ''t M Coast of Portugal. I failure of work assessed valuation of real and personal the center. With nitro-glycerine the
M -- ** Off time .the explosion was one of those made by the officials to apprehend the the a switch to properly. M'
'i for taxes of 1901 blew the steel doo"'} of
property In Florida robbers open ,
The British steam .
: 6,
Jan. -
Lisbon things which happen now and then but clew
guilty parties no leading to
These doors were of a double
as reported to State Comptroller the vault.
Dec. 15 for
' .Alfonso from Newport for which no cause can be assigned.The their Identification can be found. The
VI. N. WISWELL DEAD. Croomby by the tax assessors of all thickness of steel and were shattered
f"L; Gibraltar and the Spanish steamer cause of the explosion Is as governor will also be asked to otter areward GEORGE
The and the bank's books and
counties Is $97,661,000.48. as pa
telva, both loaded with coal, collided much a mystery .as was the cause of for the arrest and conviction
n during the night of Jan. 4 oft Avelro, the disastrous wreck which occurred of the criminals. Wa President of Milwaukee Life Insurance sessed valuation for taxes of 1900 was pore blown Into ihreds.

,I Portugal. Both vessels sank. on the Central road in this city a few Company. 96688964. This shows an Increase Vault Doors Blown Off. t

Eighteen men of the Alfonso and a Sunday ago. Ho kett Behind tha Bars.Albany Milwaukee, Wis.. Jan. 7.-George N.Wlswelh for 1901 over 1900 at 1874094. The Entering the vault the big steel safe

+ man belonging to the Vitelva were Oa.. Jan 7.-D. W. Hockett. ; president of the Milwaukee gain is general, each county sharing with quadruple plate doors was next

+r drowned. Twenty-four member). of the HOWELL RESOLUTION.It the real estate man who disappearedfrom Mutual Life Insurance company, died therein. encountered. Theae doors were drill-

dl.y Vltelva'a crew and the captain of the Albany between suns ten days today after a three weeks' Illness, aged East Coast Chsutauqus. ed and a charge of the explosion insert-

Alfonso wee picked up and landed I 'Is Declared Constitutional By Supreme ago, was arrested yesterday morningIn 60 years. I Melbourne, Fla., Jan. 4.-The plans ed which blew them oft. "

ewS;'. at Llnhoos _ Court of Georgia. Montgomery where he was recog Mr. Wlswell served as sergeant at I for the auditorium of the East Coast The explosion In the vault destroyid :

Atlanta, Jan. 4.-The Howell resolution nized by a former Albanian. Ha will arms at thenational Republican con- Chautauqua have been completed; the more books and papers and scattered

New Glycerine Projectile Invented. passed by the last legislature da- be brought back here as soon as a vention In Philadelphia two years ago lumber is on the grounds and S. H. bout. $SOO'sliver upon the floor. This

',W Oakland, Cal. Jan. 6.-D. Pet tin. : voting $325,880 of the public property requisition can be procured and sent and as assistant sergeant at arms at Cove will put a gang of.men at workon money was not taken by the rob be:..

gill, of this city has Invented a glycerine ; fund of the state, which was to go through the necessary channels. Hock. the Chicago, Minneapolis and St. touts the building on Jan. 6. The build They took all the currency and other

1 projeotllo,* which If the claims of to the payment of interest on the ett will have to answer to several conventions. He was United States Ing will\ have a seating capacity for coin, amounting to about $3,000 as

.1 the Inventor hold good, will prove of bonded debt of the state was today charges of larceny after trust and se marshal of the eastern district of Wisconsin 1,000 i Apeople. The' platform wilt be nearly as the bank's officers can esti

great Importance. The mechanism of declared constitutional by the supreme number of alleged crooked transac under President Harrison. lie large and will have two banks of seats mate. The five men left the bank and
Invention Is a secret and Pottlnglll tions. was a prominent Mason, Knight of __
the court of Georgia. for the chorus. signaled to the one who was guardingthe
r, la now negotiating with the United Pythias and Odd Fellow and a memberof
The principal question at fssue was captive watchmen and fireman.
States for the sale of the device. whether the Interest on the bonded Suicide at Talbotton. various other organizations. Quick Death to Two. This man Joined his companions.Five .

.. The matter will be considered by the debt was a part of the debt Itself and Talbotton, Ga., Jan. 7.-William Edward To Replace'Foreign-Jaokles. Houston, Tex., Jan. 7.-Late last minutes after the robber guard

ordnance department. The Invention the court decided that It was. The :McNeil manager of the Talbot New York, Jan. 7.-A movement has night a Southern Pacific train ran left'" the composing room Eatep, oho.,

Pettingill rays Is a shall that will can resolution was.Introduced Into the sen- ton telephone exchange,committed suicide been started in Liverpool to replace down and killed Joseph Paskey, aged had not been bound securely, worked
with the least concussion from 60 yesterday' morning by cutting his 40, and John Powers aged 60. The
ry ate by the speaker, Hon. Clark Howell. foreigners on British ships by British loose and released Clarke and Phllpot.
to 200 pounds of glycerine oil as! fap throat with a razor. Mr. McNeil waa sailors a dispatch to The Herald men were walking on the track and This was about 4 o'clock. Eatep then 'k

as the ordinary shel l') can be carried; Death of Prominent Atlsntan. a son of the late Captain James*, Mc from London.says This is the outcome fan did not hear the train as they were in ran to the telephone and called up t
( modern ordnance. ThlonculI.lol1 Neil;ot this place and was highly esteemed the. yards. Both men leave families t
tA. bjr>> prdlnary\ Atlanta Jan. 7.-William Clark agitation started by Lord Romney. Charles T. Jones, general manager of

necessary to project this Kawson one of Atlanta's most prominent for his many estimable quail- It ,Is pointed out that most vessels the stock yards and Informed him of
Florida Road
shell he II. by his device reflected ties. No cause is assigned for the New Incorporated. i
lays young business men and until the under the Union Jack are manned by Tallahassee Fla,Jan.7-Letters patent the robbery. President C. Gordon
by the sides of the shell so that his death : Mt. Knox, of the stock yards, was also: jM
very; day of a member ot seamen of other nationalities to suchan have been Issued for the Jacksonville
oil Is not disturbed In ,
the glycerine called. Mr. Knox said that if the robbers
the city council, died yesterday morn. Subtreasury for Atlanta. extent that In the event of a European and Lake Worth Railway com

the least. Ing at S 5'clock. at his home 126 Wash i war the British navy could not 1 with a capital of $20,000 to had made their haul the night t,
Washington, 7.Colonel Livingston pany
I before they would have secured about
ington street after an Illness covering protect its mercantile fleet.
equip and operate a railroad
Collision In Mississippi' ; One Killed (en days will today Introduce a bill providing $10,000 more than they got. They tOld

New Orleans, "Jan. 6.-The .gular\ ; -- for the establishment of a sub- Captaincy for Churchill. from a point on the Atlantic ocean not take any of the bank's papers.

passenger train on the Mississippi Val. Hairs to Large' Fortune. treasury at Atlanta. This Is done at New York Jan. .-The appointmentof westerly across Lake Worth. The vault and safe present a scene ot ij

t : y bound south collided with a switch Brunswick Ga Jan. 4.By the the request of a large number of At. wreck and ruin.
8 }1e Mr. Winston Churchill, M. P., to a Cash In Florida's Treasury.
engine at Vicksburg today.: Engineer : death of an aunt In Bremen Germany lanta bankers and business lien who '
captaincy In the Queen's Own Oxford Tallahassee Fla., Jan. 6.-Tha trans.
'' killed. ;Fireman feel that it there l I. to be a aubtreaa- 4''
.+ Samuel S. Craig was Henry and William Camman of this shire Hussara, Imperial yeomanry, to actions at the state treasury for the Death Visits Pierrepont Family.

;, W. H. Brought Jumped in time and city, fall heirs to a large fortune. The ury In the south Atlanta ahould get It. fill the vacancy that has been causedby year 1901 show the receipts to have New York Jan. 7.-Death has vlclt- i '

received only bruise. The passengers amount is variously estimated at from Barrow the promotion of his cousin, the aggregated 82192594. The disbursements ed the Pierrepont family one of the

were badly shaken up, but none $75,000 to $100,000 In American money Hon. Takes Oath. Duke of Marlborough, to the rank of for the same period 'were $031- wealthiest and most prominent In

of them were hurt. and consists of stocks and bond Savannah Ga., Jan. 8.-Hon. Pope major, .is announced, cables the London 443.82 leaving In the treasury a cash Brooklyn twice within less than a "

tun Barrow has taken.the oath of office correspondent of The Herald. balance of 19044382. week. On Thursday last Anna Maria ? +

I British Burghers.Bloomfonteln Three "Negroes' Drowned. before Hon. Henry McAlpln ordinary, Pierrepont, widow of Henry B.! Pierre

Orange River Colony, Columbus, Ga., Jan. 4.By the overturning as Judge of the eastern Judicial cir The Talbotton Primary Valaha and Western Railroad. I pont and a granddaughter of John Jay,

Jan. Beresford'i constabulary en of a flatboat In the Chattanoo cult of Georgia. The ceremony was Talbotton, Ga.. Jan. 7.-The primaryfor Yalaha, Fla., Jan. 6.-The gradingon first chief Justice of the United States '

'countered a force pf Boers On Jan. 4 shoe river just below the North Highlands brief and formal Judge Barrow will Talbotton''resulted as follows: For the Yalaha aid Western railroad is supreme court died. The death Is

:'fa the central part of the Orange Pre.F' dam yesterday" morning three convene his first court next Monday mayor J, B. Douglas; for aldermen. :progressing satisfactorily. The hands now announced of Dr. William Augustus "+
Field Cornet
p River Colony killed negroes were drowned and W. S. Lee morning. J. M. Heath L. W. Smith Henry Law. employed on the work are now grading Pierrepont a son of Mrs. Pierre
torlus and ten man and captured engineer for the Columbus Power com Wrecks sen. :H. H. McGee, J) W. Thornton H. through the town and the roadbed pont. The cause of his death Is given

Including Field Cornets Le- pany had a very narrow escape.,! Defective Train. J. Lawrence. and for marshal A. J. will soon be finished, the kaolin '-as heart trouble )

a' roux and Erasmus. Macon Ga., Jan. 4.-A train on the Webb. plant.

President Grady Caught at Rapldan. Macon Dublin and Savannah railroadwas I Locked In, They Are Cremated. r

+ [ Attack On TreasOn today Atlanta Jan. 7.-Robert Ware Qrag- wrecked aa the result of a detective Vardaman Seeks Governorship. Trains Will Soon Reach' Mayo. Norfolk, Va.. Jan. 7.-Three negro "..

k .' Albany Jan. 6.-In the assembly ty, ex-private secretary of the mayoe: I wheel on car 8 this; morning at Jackson Miss. Jan. T.-Major James Luravllle, Fla., Jan, '.-The Suwan- children were burned to death In tee
Introduced amending
a bill was to make an attempt I who disappeared last weelc.while the Turkey creek below Macon. Rufus I K. Vardeman has formally announced nee and San Pedro railway has Its suburbs of Springfield. Their mother, ;"

the penal code so as of city detective were trying to arrest :lerndon.newabntcher( was severely In. his candidacy for the governorship of bridge across the? Suwannee r'arly a cook locked them In a room whew

on the Ufa of the president that of the him on the charge o: forgery was jured. Several others wore slightly In Mississippi which will become vacant completed and In a* short time writ be B fire was burning In the stove and

1 governor the United at States N.w Yprk or on reasQI&. I caught-: yesterday at Rapt Jan, Va. Jared, la January 1804. ___ ._ running trains from Lira Oak to Mayo. went to her work '

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I A COMING STAPLE OF FLORIDA. save to be very materially the chr.apeatOil ---- '
venrn! these ;
ago swarmed
Killlur Tin IM.-IAI.: HUN. <' best ration which ran be used for l>ird : with : I lPINJp" F tjj.is; I ,
fitttctiiiiK purposes. 1 IK must astonish wbt.tltioVtlti'flI wcie of tin at AN l'I\')ON '.' !1Io1.. ,,
I ;: .I'loiiflei' Paver. of. l>a --- --- ----
copy ol a Ifrport to the Board of demonstrated between the cost Now they lire ollttiil( nod deserted, a, HQUHB and 1.<>* Cliesp.i .
I TROPICAL( SUN PUBUSUISQ COMPANY and the results of feeding com and feeding Pencil, Shears and Paste-Pot polled of >/*- -........ ..
Agriculture, Ju.tnaI1J8.W. I., on tlw\ cassava, the difference being almost II chief attraction by plume ."; 750 win\ bu.1l. a i >room hou 9a sad Iqt

GUY I. MHTCA.I.F_ _Holloa.uauiSHen _ cultivation of' "The' pineapple and two-tbirdb. in favor of the latter. Have To Say On Some and skill hunters who have robbed us. I PCI:ltlCI< ItI Very t1wk: ab11Ill.\ ..-,

-- "Cassava proves itself a most superior without so -touch HS saying "thank deuce; )>firof Went -Paftt beach CII. ,. .
KVIRV FRIDAY' other l products of Florida that beef-fattening food. The cost of live Timely Topics, you m'tbe Tropicat Real, :lThtats .$xchr4n '; .,' .- ., j'. '
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AT WtST PALM *> AOH.BAD. OOUHTV. PLOMIBA, venture to think will be of interest' weight beef produced by (ceding CaB.Have :/ --_ _, 'We take W. I, htete.alf. Manager/ for'' '1111 netticularo : -' ." .
is cent. and la every.precauhO"i to Keel, a and tQlI'RIB.\ ,,'''/ ..Iio't\ : )' 1'//; ',. '"
tomoat of readers whether i.i. per pound 75 All But Tom .. {:
Appleyaril. '
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. JZ.OO A YEAR. your thief from : p'"t'
stealing the .
53Y days profit of 10 cent was made even Unost trifling 1 of" ;
59 per .
permanent residents! or winter visitors The election of Hon. W. N: SheatsFlorida' ot ,, : ," I" ""
beef our possessions! and OHIO
by fattening on cassava. at the same (tiim COTT AGE. ; :
,<:: ;
Beach :
If I 1IIItered: at the PoHtolTlce of Went Palm efficient Superintendent ol : ,
as second-claps matter.K1UDAT as showing: how the industriesof The Tampa, Herald nays: "Tha one Public Instruction\ to the! presidency of make. no effort to dissuade the \gunner The 0410 (;bttILgltl'l! til*'' *Wh, 1fJ"" -, ,"' ; }\

.J Dade and its adjacent counties thing immigration nece tbat ry to will secure convert tor Florida our pinewoods an tbe Southern Educational Association IS from shooting the birds upon whose ex- ft\. first el]* ..'boardIQg b ul h oll.o]: ; >:1iof

: ''d JANOAHY 10, 1OO3.: strike a stranger; how they appear into paying farms ia the discovery an honor, not only to the distinguished/ iaUnce depends our very livelihood( ducted by Mrs. Nina.CroBgrbvft v.LI: ',' ;
and fixed establishment of Keatlemen himself but one thAt the Queer isn't it? 5IU MiunieGibuon I \ '
tbe a (
to eye and observations of an people of tbe State will. thoroughly ? corner of Polo.-, : i\I"
money crop; a staple that can be produced ap. -- i itetta and Fern, $ I
StreetsUoardin :
expert. preciate.-Madison F.uterprlsllo"On < ";
on every farm in the State, and Famous : Can be had .il!: .. .'
horsehide SboesA5juoNy'fStenograperWantsl'osltIon.: by the week'i "
The author, Mr. Robert Thomson, which willalways bring cash to the \\'i ieiaI r.1: L '

L SUMOOTVlflbH5 spent some little time among us lust farmer in profitable volume so that be PrincIple" at- reaaonryB! -- rates.'roporty.._ o ,:'.1'i'i''('J'!

: can every year have some money to put Maclay refused to resign on rlncl. .
1fi inidaummer, collecting information In'the bank; unless! he should prefer to pie." Such a high regard for principle 1\111\ for Sale.

in tbe interests of the owners of the enlarge or improve his. farm. Now, tbe almost persuades one to honor him. Of A young man wishes a position as ----' '

; lately established line of fruit steam Herald believes that thiS crop can be coarse he Slandered Schley on principle.Now stenographer. Will work for moderate City lots, Improved and; \BntmjprQvea, 'M"ilI

established by the cultivation of velvet the president bas "on principle," ranging in price. tro.m.$4'1' .tb.$3OOO. ,.;..
: boats now trading regularly between ; beans and caf-sava, anti the conversion applied the toe of his boot to tbat por. salary. Address "Stenographer" Lock Some of these properties' ere veritable[ iW'tt'\' ,:' .
of them into beef and After all is lion- of the Box 330 West Palm Beach Florida ,
Kingston and ]gland.(::> pork. allged naval historian's bargains at the figure lhat.wlll btiv !(i, :}'
said and done meat 1 Is the great backbone frame, wherein lies the seat of honor themi .:, .

Yours truly of the Northwest t. where more according to "Hudibres." Principle is Apply quick to :Bo* 243MAtmI' [ i I.' Jfla 4;,(;,"l'('

E !I: II. llATHATTIE. good money is made than any where a handy thing to have In the house. 7-ia-tK .-. ,. '' 'fll"W"!' :
else Let the farmers and owners of Pensacola Journal CHOICE PROPERTIESAND -

West Palm Beach Dec. 10, 1901. lands demonstrate this fact*.and they Will Es Bold. at'a ta tJft-; ..\; t
_. "- '. .
sell of their holdings to .
can every acre A Bad Break ; 4 .
It is an interesting fact that Orlando men that will push the Block business. W. K. Zewndskl 4 24r acres A f0" pineapple land 'f: 0,' """J'

,y I \7/ZY a (In Florida) the home of the pineapple We will have as many people as tile and told the Tampa.became Tribune confidential that Congressman .- A _Lnear Laocana, ''will be 801'at- II .. ,.).,
land will bold. We will bnve a village
shed system of cultivation is Indebted BARGAIN TRACTSA sacrifice .
Sparkman had entered into Twenty acrea'c1avedl small
for with churches and schools In eveiy
to an
Jamaica important industry. '
j and agreement with him by which Sparkman comfortable house "oa the ]laud 'Lak '
: About three year. ago an American township. We will have a wealthy ; ." ,)
waato be a candidate for lie United "
tourist in Jamaica Mr. PerkIns, was powerful State. We can have it is our frontnge. Owned by a non>r stdefU rho" ; .
Slates Senate. The Tribune published Few .Loaders from the List of
1 struck with the value of cassava as a firm belief. the 8tatem lIt, is unable to give it attention, ],for .Pot
In addition to the Importance of cassava promptly
On his retuin to
starch-yielding plant.
; FlorIda be organized a company and from the foregoing points of view I denied any such an understanding. Desirable Properties Offered cash this property will l>eftcrlficeil to

erected a great factory at Lake: : Mary 18 have the pleasure to state that I directedthe Zewadskl as promptly denied that he the first comer. Address or call) on h..,. i

miles (gem Orlando for tbe manufacture ...ituntiou of the. Secretary of State made any statement. The Tribune just by the TROPICAL REAL ES- Tropical Real Estate1 Exchange\ 1.Metcalf. .. ... .:1 ,_,"
as promptly proved It him ,
and the
for India four to the utilisation on "
of starch. I visited the years ago .
cassava factoryat \
Manager. .
Ocala gentleman Is at the bottom of TATE EXCHANGE _, <:.
the end of Juae and was kindly per. of new vnrietien of this plant, (the _, ..
deep deep hole.-Orlando Record
..,... mitted to see tbrough it, the managers and sweet varieties have been known Inoue W., I METCALF NeW' 4-Room House cheap. :.: 'I '. ;(,,* i
I. f'
taking a great Interest in Jatnica. One or two localities of India for hundreds Manager. _--_-- ,', I '.. ,J"" 1-" ,
: 4 thousand acres of cassava are cultivatedin of years) among the inhabitants of A la Appleyard. Eight Hnnrlred-t DollarS will orojr-a. I: I

the vicinity hundreds of acres of famine stricken regions there I point. Sanford Chronicle: The boom for new, 4-room cottage neatly-painted.'antt: "''';

which, by gentlemen connected with the ed out that the cassava is peculiarly I'Hon. Frank Adams for United States Abstracts, of Title Furnished. *ell located. A bargain' property.w; ', .. '

factory. There are fields of one hundred drought, resisting, flourishing as it doesin laenator, so carefully planned and slowly pay 18 per cent on cost, in rentals Call .'

acres each which I had the pleasureof arid regions, as well as In humid launched, moves forward by mild degrees it Tropical. Real Estate Exchange: ,
.U.Ui' t1 inspecting. Within 69' miles of the regions. Thus about 14" Inches of rainfall : only The pulse feeling of the Surburban Tract: Metcalf, Manager. S-9-tf. -

I'I factory the managers purchase the secures abundant crops, whereas for general public does not respond with
I Partly liuprored' fruit farm and planted
tubers delivered at railway stations at lice cultivation from 50 to 60 inches are that spontaneity expected and desired grove, near. town. acre tract, ii ,

|:S per ton, and the culture is extending requisite. I also pointed out that some and it is not at all improbable thai aure cleured, s acre*In choke orange and IMPORTANT. NQTICE- ...' ....-- -'
rapidly. This factory crushes 40 to 50 of the varieties, when cooked aa Irish the little boom will quietly dissolve into grape, :fruiL -trees o K acre In trial, pota ./ '

FLOHIIM.'S aovEKNon is flOW president -, tons of tubers daily during the cropping potatoes rival that edible In point of thin remaiuberance after the first of Coed In tomatoes Havre,In gnere assorted of vegetable chicken *yard I acre enclosed For the information of local ,"

., of the National Good IloadsAnsociation .season of 4 months. The average crop palatablencKs. My letters on this subject January. Prank Adams is a fairly goodman with; poultry netting.' New 6roonnoune I
is .. This have been published In India. but supplied with water tamkgrove; MID visitor : and all other
and bla State aliould per acre 9.ton plant grows remarkably sometimes a good man's plied with .irrigating pUiit. good stable and sportsman : .
A few months received instructions
well on the all-present sandy ago, I friends drag him to political death. Ask wagon room; ft acrelower garden planted Interested It would be welt '
to '
bump herself to 'lead the Nation in soil. On the day of my visit to a 100 to furnish two Agricultural Departments Tom McBeatb. to ch<.lce" At roses and other flowers. BKB' .cut =

good; I load building. acre field fertilizers were applied to the in India with thesd! special varieties bnrxain OKAJHUH oronerly I.AND for IN i.Boo.DADa/ (COUNTY. A out.' the following excerpts ,to( pastein Jit.(
field, to the value of $500. I pointed for experimental cultivation. I .
Vilal's Brand Clothing-ANTHONY'S the bat, memorize or otherwise, :" ((
obtained '
have these varieties from Col'umbia >1.
out that larger returns would be obtainable ;
from a better soil in fact double from sections of It one thousand Lake Front Fruit Land: become familiar wllh. ")' :,; ,;

: I PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS of real the crop. The yield of starch from the : miles apart. During my residence ill Don't Kill the Birds One hiindrerl and twenty four acrea of No.1 ,. ,

I: estate in West Palm Beach had beat tuber is from 17 to ao per cent. It is that Republic many years ago I detected old pineapple( clicnp. land Twenty uuar, acre Tjintana cleared, will small be, The citizens and o.mcers'areltl1e-'/ 'i
also : the merits of of these varlet lea. Kirk Munroe land; termincd that each and '" :"o&e ,.
and next week noteworthy that tbe manufacture of some honorary "Ice.presldent comfortable house situate ou the Lult "tvery; -,.
act, act quickly, ns fcont. Owneil .. '.ahoaratreato .
and dextrine from Thug, co-incident with the intimation to by iioii-renluent
tapioca cassava are to "
of the Florida Audubon has -
Society tllsnose.of at sacrifice ot these lajvs) shall be ) ::
will decided advance same a price r Igbyeaforced
probably nee ft be taken up with the least possible de band of the great economic importanceof

in the price of many lots and improved lay.Tbe one or two varieties of cassava III written the following for that worthy so due notloe i b .hereby

colored laborers employed In this America, tbe acquisition of some 23 additional erg-intention! : S Unimproved Fruit Land: .
buve been given.
properties that cultivation are paid $i a day. From the varieties is most opportune. "Florida is preeminently an agricultural / '..-...cr. triict ne.rOju suitable for citnia :

listed at. low flguna until that time. planting to harvest seven months are Several of these are exceedingly rich iustarch. State, and fruit-raising is ,1,13 chief fruits or pineapple*. If .Hold In entire tract Using Firearm In PubltHaoaa and Selling
requisite. On account of tbe winter And I have lust dispatched to f 14 per cru. Teunrraloli 11& |.... per aero
: Weapon to Minor. -
..* Industry. The hardest fight of the A bargain tract and
I frosts the seed (stem cuttings') baa'lo be Bombay and Punjaub. all the varieties. figure. '
buried in the sand for several months. I am forming a nursery ol them here so fruit-grower is. the hordes of insects ap. DiiMmAaaiNrt FIIIKABMS IN Pt'iiuoWTio. -
: IT IS WITH NO LITTLE PLEASURE Great piles of them are thus covered that vast numbers of cuttings will be hides ants, bugs; beetles! caterpillars Town Property: ever discharges: on any public highway/ ...t/l

I that the weary editor receives such during winter. The cost of preparingthe available soon I propose establishing grasshoppers, flies and grubs that devote 6-Room\ HOUKI-, new, on goodrcsldonc any unincorporated. village., wltbln'. three 4'hundred '

-- boqueta an the following com ing aa land for this .cultivation U $40 per a plot of each variety, with a view to.determine treet. 1'rlce flJooo.1.Room yards of an7.1''IM..4b' flrtarmc, I:)
their entire without the from
This for the their merits here. energies not only to the permission the occupant of
it does from one of the mosc successful acre. digging up palmetto said premises, or In the defuu.,. of( III", |limb or
roots which cover tbe land.I I am also forwarding immediately to destruction of his crop, but of bis trees, Ironic, mit attractive residence price

( and prominent fruit growers and quote the following from & Savannah the Agricultural Department. Washington \vfbleuth.yaltRck. ,in3..f,' bark .sad .... Jl1 "!'.',_ .., ...-. ..,"_.. .. not property, shall uo punbihud by b1Imp.IHoom"._' .._..
sxceedlnH fluejiVierueeiltug
J bu ;1n'ss, men of the East Coast: newspaper of June 29th 1901 relative the entire collection also of trie root. lIe fights them with sprays; Vacant Ipt., Residence. on best street Ofty dollnrH sixty days, "or by<.. a
to this cassava factory: "Brun bitter cassava, which is much ric'iei in Large sad Mann cottage, UuulneM block -
"Enclosed find check to cover swick's Board of Trade held an interesting starch than the one under cultivation in washes and fumigations, and perhaps to.Comtnotllnu. AN ACT Prohibiting Killing, Capturing'or"

another twelve months subscription.I meeting to-day to bear an Informal Florida. I am forwarding a supply (or succeeds In destroying one beetle Out ofa *re ((8ence on .na of the heat Shooting any Deer, Alligator Crocodile,'

consider invested i 11 address from Ptesideut Perkins of the extensive propagation. Millions will thousand one aphis in a million, and corners aud In a moot desirable. neighbor WaUr-Powl or any Wild Bird (Except

|a 00 a year Florida Starch acrory, and for a soon be disseminated over Florida. but one ant out of each billion. Ills hood. _______ Crawl), Within One tills of the Incorpor.at .
subscription to your paper the best lengthy session :President :Perkins entertained Two varieties! the "Hitter" and the One nf tho moat conveniently arranged res d Town of Weal Palm Bnch. Florida.

II investment I mate during the year.Ai. a large/ attendance. Presl "Sweet" have been cultivated here from efforts are expensive wore or less Injurious Ulencn In the town. Located on a choice Section 1. Any person or person wbathnJt

-Jensen,Florida, dent Perkins ia enroute to tbe North time immemorial; they are also apread or ridiculous In their inefficiency.In renldenca churches. depot.street and convenient bUBlneu center.to aohool Cheap kill capture or shoot any deer. alligator?

where be will study the needs of various throughout; the West Indies. spite of them be would 'be quickly at$2750Good > _ crocodile, water-fowl, or any wild bird (ax.cepting .
I It ia Indeed gratifying to know Cotton factories their use of starch, Starch is made from the former for driven out of business were it not for an crows), within one mil of the corporatlon -. '
I' C tbat the efforts ot THE PEOPLE'S .and will still further adapt his factoryto household purposes; from the latter cassava I ve lmeDt I'roperlY-lo-room house, limit of the town of West Fnlm '.

PAPER in behalf of the of the manufacture of products suitedto cake are made, and frequently the army of trained allies alert sharp-eyed well tocstod. Price JJ.Joo.Bulitllnn Beach Dada County Florida-.hall be pun. ., .
them. At present his firm has about roots are-cooked and eaten by the peasantry tireless, and eager td devote their time to -'p. lah.d, 00 conviction thereof, by Una notaxeoedlng .

the East: Coast are most appreciatedby $100,000 invested ia tbe developemcntof though the variety is inferior. lila service without pay. iMtt, welt located. In dealrabUnelgliborhoofC one hundred dollar nor lois than .'t..:' <"
at $ili5f40o4jO, $ 'fiI"
those whose esteem we value mostATrOHNEYOB.NEBAL the cassava industry and the enlargement I Small patches are grown everywhere by "I mean, of course the birds: without and: Sjjoo :each, ; :;- 3DDo'1DOFoehtonabl. :! ten dollars, or Imprisonment notexceedlnaltninety ..

of their plant is one of the near by the peasantry. The total aggregate may day nor lea than ten days, ,att r, :. 1'\ic\
winch our fair State would be. :
-. bllotlaly. plans." may be 100 acres, consequently seed cot- quickly | private boarding house, furn. both fine and Imprison men t, at tbecJlllCret.loQ., .," -, ..
as. During my sojourn in.Florida I collected tings may be obtained for thousands of Jonie, not only non-productive, but absolutely Iahrdamd two splendidly located lot,ovor- jflha court :! :
for immediate cultivation Doubt. hooking lAke nnd clone to post office ..odmllrkel. ,,,,4 .i!,'.
other valuable information regarding acres uninhabitable."In *. Price ta.joo. AN< ACT to Amend Section agi7 *f tha R*. '
LuLMAIt's Victory cassava as an article of food for cattle less twenty thousand tons of roots couldbe our conceivable folly we of 1'lor, Shed Alstutes Relating( to Trespass on v.:f..r}, '

\ iu the famous F. (). & F Ry. etc Indeed Florida is!: determined to produced within, a year. Ida never hesitate to kill a bird", if Fluent residence (furnished) proporty .nd Farm, Garden, *tc. ''.''1<.>@" "' .
The cultivation is 1.
exceedingly simple most
make cassava a leading staple product. ; eonimanillnxly located pruprrtr in !
case, wherein that corporation is The matter ia discussed; everywhere. it thrives under the most diverse con- seized': with an inclination to do so. A west raliu llcach.: Splendid view of the Section 1. That Section S51T of the Re.r''J\ : .

forced to pay nearly *100,000 in From the report of the Professor at cition of climate, on the Liguaufea: and little gray-cuated chap flitting fron,tree Lake and Bast tilde front. Price $7._ rived. Statute be ao amended. ro read a. :,. '.9follo'll'o /. -.
8.lIou :.
-j. other dry plains on rocky hill sides as. 2017. Whoever take and -, ', :"
., back tuxes to the State of Florida, the Florida Agricultural Experimental well humid and hills wherever to tree in search of the insects that are Beautiful residence site, near Lake front carries away from aa7Inrm.ll.rdeD.e>orchard .' '; "
plains -
Station I make the following extracts: MS on ; .'rlca .
A: means much for General Lamnr.'s "With all the facts procurable aud with the soil is friable or !gravelly. To sapping their life offers a ..temptln'gmark. $3,150. __ __ orange or lemon grove, or destroys any farm '... .1;.

\ future, as it does for the treasury tbe experience not only of myself, but obtain large crops it must be planted annually and we blaze away at him with a New' !..room resldpnuaon. best home tract products, vegetables, fruit or Mowers, eorn ;. \\'ji' ,
it be twice in to..l1. iiearchurohesand .,..tiouiag.doo. ur cotton from the stalk, or from any Tin b'\
farmers to tile may planted a year rifle to if .
many: practical support { twenty-two just: see we can
!o.'t: of Florida." That yard of '
j tha.State worthy in Jaimaca the roots or tubers be any grape any money vain wlluonttba \IA
opinion, I have reached' the conclusion ; may bit him. To kill him Is such an ., \ .
ortl-'inPs l unceasing effort. ever since that all things considered, cassava dried to keep for some time; bus the expensive consent of the owner or manager, shall .'; wa';. _
The small tenement, .
I form of amusement that it would be cottage, lopal be l pnnlshea by Imprisonment .
comes nearer furnishing the Florida weight Is greatly reduced for transport cated,corner lot I'rlceSi.fcoo not excwxllne ,,,0.., I
:., ,Jr: he baa been Attorney-General, has farmer with a more universally profit to be brought from distant parts to a fac. more economical! to charge our rifle witha three month or by a On* not exceeding tiny ':'; ,

f. :;. brouirht upon him the Constant; opposition able crop than any other which be can tory. I have mentioned that.the factory golden bullet and fire it into the sea. Neat II l tie home of five room, porch on lollars, or by both such Imprisonment *
.i4 .' ..::r.J-: of the corporate interests ol grow oit equally large areas. It can be I at Orlando Is In operation only four A fruit grower spies a red-bellied wood ihri-e yurd, on side good of struct house, (,n plenty good ;neighborhood of.ihHd.: In, .an* at the dlHcretloa' of the court. '

utilized in more can be sold iu months a year. In Jamiaca a factorycan .. -4'
ways convenient distance from churcue. = .. '
'.,\ '" Florida, but; despite that handicap more different forms can be more cheap. be kept going most of the year. It pecker sampling his ripening peaches and depot. Price $1....... school ----- ":[:

; 7 ";;' -" to a man in public lire in this State. ly converted into staple and finished U impossible to exaggerate: tbe importance and instantly declares a war of extermination NOTICEOn :::!!;"!' ::'

i (', he baa persevered, and, after series products, and can be produced for a of a great cassava. industry iu Jama against the whole family. lIe Double rottngc, 14 rooms on principal teai.dunce |. -- ir'I
smaller of Its selling price than ica. As a matter of fact an acre of it is street; rout for f 188 l per year. Price .. ,p
part any
;; ; : of' trials and appeals line won u. other crop. worth more than an acre of sugar caue. had better retire from business at once $.son. _ and after Monday, -'-". .

final l and before tbe true tl'at We have cheap labour compared with and save the further expense of carhg'Of .,.
>, complete victory "It is unquestionably cassava Double cotlnire 14 rooms, corner of Olive 'January 13th I will re- r,
tribunal in the land. Lamar all things considered, comes near. I'lorlda. The land is suQicently rich bis orchard; for without the expert I'ern streets) rent for $a8H pc year Prim ,
q\$. highest er supplying a perfect ration for farm without artificial fertilizers. aid of the woodpeck: his efforts can $3.soo _. I ceive applications for '
1 .: well deserves the confidence:! and loyal stock than other concentrated foodproduced A peasant eon cultivate a few acres .the -
1 any only result ia failure. purchase of lots
in .
Florida farms. each yeildinu; at least. ten tons at $5 per Double cottage 14 room, located on Olive
1'\: ;', support of the common people, upon is allowed to catch street rents /or f rtS per year. Price >iSoo.Special .
: Every beef animal in Florida cau be ton; this is Iso per acre .factory here /L boy a young ,a limited portion of the .-

:4' hoWl interests he has served so put in the condition of Weatern stall-fed would confer immense benefit on the mockingbird or a redbird and veil it toa Brurm for CASH for all of the three 'new addition north of -

faithfully! and BO well. cattle by the simple use of cassava, at a community. tourist for fifty .cents. The State Is preceding properties any one wishing to 't '
fraction of the cost to the corn make t good luturest-pnyliig investment. the older part of the
mere made at least hundred dollars
0.f ';; 3'' _ feeders of the west. Aa Sam Jones Sees It. one poorer 1 town
by the act" It would be cheaper in West Palm
\ ;',. ; LAST SEASON'S PINEAPPLE: CROP. "An acre yielding( 40 bushels of corn Sam Jones does not alwaa stick to his Truck-Farm Lands: :Beach.
end birds of the -
., ;t" wouldat this. rate, produce 1,187 poundsof the to give away golden
,-"lJiiJ;" :'''' Tile report of General Agent Por- starch while an acre of cauiava producing text neither do all of bis utterances same weight."A Splendid muck land In one of the most WALLACE '
proiperou vegetable
with the facts but In hIs growing settlements B. MOSES
," chl'r.lfthe Indian River and LakeWorth 6 tons would yield 3,400 pounds square ; sermon meadow lark, or each one or a covey In UuilvCounty. Choice, tract: at $. ncr
/. of starch. at Ocala Sunday he hit the nail on the acre for CHsh. Special price on time pay.Palm Agent P. B. C. R'y Land Dept.>
Pineapple Growers Association of quail in a terr-acre tomato field me llta, _
c ia
-. "It thai appears cassava to-day head and old his Florida audience souie
known of carps ten dollars In a single season as an
source starch
Jc ; gives Home Interesting figures the cheapest said
truths. lie
at market values of raw very powerful : Insect Yet net shoot Beach Water-Front: Beautiful
of 1001. costing present destroyer. we only Building Lots For Sals.
the .
on crop material only about cue-fourth aa much "I have One of (sweetest aud best BUILDING rUTs between. ,.
: :; Tliirt Association bandied 04,200 dS its nearest competitor"Not wives in the world. She hns been a good l these birds ourselves but we iuvite our I PolnolMna aiJ Ilcth.."".U.by-the-Ben.,Hotel Royal!, ke The Lakeview addition to the -
does the wife always, true and faithful Rome Friends from far and 'WIde to come and fro"ta"'I.l o "It"a and Oc"u frODU- al Town
only therefore high of West.
criUPS up to Augunt 15th, aud after yield of starch iu cassava place it prom. times when I come home, after a long help ns destroy (them as though they ____133 and "" per foul. I Palm Belch I Is 110'' .. ,'..
that date over tt.OOO 1a4re.I of absence I to her 'Wife opened up aod platted no that '
r ineutly before manufacturers aa a prob. season say were a pest we are desirous to abate. per.
I The ixt. uvei-uge ou lied Spuuiah able new material for tbe great glucose you are the bent wife any man in the "Besides the insectivorous birds Lake Worth Water-Front: 1 lone desiring to secure uburban

industry, at present practically dependent world has. In all sty travels I seldom upon 210 fret of Lake front adjoining one of the 1 residence Ion, every one covered
i r pi in-*, ou nil sizes. iibove, 42s'wast. : corn, but moreover cassava I see a woman I like better than I do bone efforts we are absolutely dependent handsome Improved properties oil the with a splendid
the : (Laughter.) But bear me, it abe for in branch of Lake. Van be bought,If taken .t oDea.I a growth of young ,
t.. Il i1 9LOUt!: ; per crate; Including fuucyviu contains two other constituents worthy you. success every agriculture ".'II"la 6aura. I rees, can do so at .
should l be so unfortunate in the very reasonable ;
letiW the net average was brought of consideration III this connection, providence there are those of 'inestimable
- its cent. of against of God, as to become insane. I 509 feet of double frontage. Lal.aad Ocean, I gufell,
to $1.48. namely, 3 per sugar that I will value as tourist attractors Was there beautiful I knoll for building' alt. beTrir f
Juwn not "
promise move to This
and you '
ia 1.68 .
+ tbe cent corn : splendidly lal-J.out
0.4 per per eoooauut. orange and lime trees, -aplendlVl addition( "
IJ ?: The quantify of fruit handled( for' cent, of fibre as compared wi'h 3.20 percent Florida and /get a divorce. She has been ever a Northerner In Florida who did \boathouse, etc., mar valuable Improved rust oath of town can not be -
of true to me all of these years; borne ins not listen eagerly for his first mocking property anra 'N" .
corD."JUanufactureu _ _
3 p, i the Bmion, up to Aug.: 15thexceeded are now consideringthe children, kept lilY home, cared for ate i bird song or watch witty delight -.the > .ed in location'and very, oon .' .'

: thut' of the year previous by more Importance of these facts, and there and well mine and, stood should by she me when sick be and afflicted fishing of a pelican ? Is he not willing BUIf.DIN'G.11..1 lip ai LOT8.-t.ke>d4o per foot and Ocean! front. I Irit-claiifci. streets wU| be graded t 1 ,.
so sadly
4,000 ten.'! is food reason for expecting( tbe erectionof everything
than era
'I ? ; I factories In the I shall be \too much of a matt to to spend money for the sight of a \flamingo necessary aupplieao
at least two glucose make it the
The growers of the East, Coast are near future, which will depend upon lesert her and turn her away from In; ; a roseate spoonbill or a wood- Good Hotel: most desirable home .

hint getting the matter of tbe pineapple cassava for their raw material." heart and my life. You will never re. ibis ? and does he not exclaim withpleasure locateddotuiga nice bilnesa, .plen. ei'Uon' on the West Side of Lake -
another cover from tbe shame of that law In a dully equipped will modem ftVeflieiic5 Vorth.
culture don to a science The same authority say at flashing of Proiperoue
or a glimpse a par. community and 8ueet fruit
thousand You know that
'"The actual profit on the feed. years. uo poor duel"1l1..rlt".,.011 the Hast ,_ 1'.00 Come early and
report: ( .1. W.lla get choice
business bnsls eu! that number of roquet or a nonpareil? lIe Is willing in, and your
at leusl' to a big of the cassava steers was 43.41 percent man, nor any poor men arias particulars a,if lots while _
''t # could have /gotten such a law passed to liberally for such sights as these price are low. 4 _
the glamour; of fabulous refuruH. bus on the investment. The cotton pay (

bucn tmbstltuteil, by the cold calculation -) seed steers returned a profit of 37-43 per But a rich railroad! magnate bad enough and and we have givtu him just inch cause TherProped1:ROPICALREALESTATE EXCHANGE ;
c f' to buy the wholeoutfit, >
I money up '
cent., and tbe corn fed steers 14.91per\ ,
of the absence of bird life
of uet proHts per erat". ADd it cent The difference between lots t and'' mAlle l the purchase. Shame on Florida to complain fruit Melbourne and town lemon lot*, bus r in, Orange,gram aTh-Ts:: .
I" along our' coasts anij l Inland water .. grove: .1......
III A'ell tbat it IB BO. ::3 ia decidedly I apparent and shows cos- block fronting, on.tr.it and Klvtr.ou Olflc in Tropical Sun Diode, r. '-:#

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Throe Men Cremated In Southern Railway '' U. 8, Supreme Court Affirms Decision Gain of Over $4,000,000 Over the Year

.oTTEU TO ITS Wreak Near Ftox, Qa. I of Lower Tribunals. I POWDER EXPLOSIONMine 1900 OF "
$ FALL ( Jacksonville? 6.-The MAKE HAUL $5,000
M \'' '. Atlanta, Jan 8.-Three men wero Macon, Ga., Jan. 7.-Colonel J. R. Fla, ,

; :) V ::<: :" i :'";,[,' ::fk i"" dDeclares;: burned l to death and; 30 freight cars afternoon Cooper received a telegram that yesterday the : books, which of the Includes Clearing the House First association National ,

\ \ : ,ff Whole were destroyed by fire as the result announcing supreme : Horror Reported From bank of Florida, the Commercialbank East St. Louis Scene of Most
I lii, ', :'"', \ i i.f\.f:" "'. of a wreck on UAe Southern'late Saturday I court of the United States has .

a ''dl'atl'Y? : :, Q. y. try la Revolt. ; .)night' ..t" "fox, Qa,, 14 miles from affirmed; the decision ot the supreme Idaho Springs Celo. the National bank of Jacksonville Daring: Bank Burglary. ,
'' and National Bank of the State C
Atlanta Tha tbfee men
who are miss.
court of In the Isadore
Georgia case
:, ar of, Florida-four of seven banks of I
1 ,." ,,prilEbl f8.CASTRO'3 OVERTHROW' in Ins the and who are known to have died Idindercharged with the murder ot LIST OP DEAD AND INJURED the city-- how not only a> marked, buta WATCHMEN BOUND AND GAGGED '
flrynen are:
H ; "I .
%!Jf" : Andrew. Mahoney.
wonderful Increase In the business
t' > Engineer C. O. Wallace, of 75 South
!!,.,Ii:;:, .ayt "Vnit, Venezuela and Colombia McDanlel; street, Atlanta Minder was tried and convicted In Unfortunate VictimsWere Tamping of 1901 over that of 1900, the Increase I After Working Nine Hours on Vault of

,Wj "':Ir,' (4.\ N6Enemla." :, for the First Flagman Z.:. IT. Harris, of Jacks, Oa. the superior court here during the Blast Holes When the Explosion Ooeurrrd being 4024724.04, I National Stock Yards Bank, Crack I
November term 1900.() In 1901 ,
May, The books show that the transactions
ffi{ Time, ,Thanks to the,(; President's Fireman Prater. the case was carried to the supreme -Causa Thought to Be Due to amounted to: men Succeed In Effecting Entrance1,

\\i'J'' { ';'" ""\,' .' .. 01 ',, '-s Machinations" The Injured are: court of this state on the ground \hat the Tamping of a Shot 112,733,08404 in 1900. Securing the Loot and Escaping. d
}!.,j; ,; ',', Engineer Led Whatley, of Atlanta,
several material witnesses lived ,
, .//1\ { :: "'> CoJo v,boUmiila; Jan)e;\\Yla' Oftlves- cut. on heart. '* In Alabama could not be reached who under Idaho SprIngs Colo., Jan. 7.-Aj a While$16.767,772.68 the records In 1901.of former St. Louis, Jan. 7.-Six masked men ,

:r, > Fireman Kicks, of Atlanta, slightlycut. result of a premature explosion of years entered the National Stockyards! bank, 4''
formersident" ; the Georgia laws, and that'Min.de have always: Indicated a substantial
) powder blasts In the Newhouue tunnel
', should not be Hanged without the increase of business transacted north of East St. Louis, III, last night
.,"'"' I; rived here from Curacba: "yesterday.f Freight; train-second No. 61, In two men are dead;another Is fatally the
evidence of these witnesses. The supreme channel has been after capturing and gagging
through this there and'"
.0. suid,today: charge of Conductor J, A. Wood and Injured and two others are In a serious
rM.d'I '1''', "It ,1* not Venezuela, but Castro, Engineer Wallace, was coming north court of Georgia alarmed the condition. The list of dead and injured nothing to equal the increase duringthe twd night watchmen and firemen at
.. decision of the superior court. year closed, which Increase is considered and blowing open the vaults
1M,,"'" 'who Is the anemy of Colombia. Vene and passed MoDonough at high speed follows: the plant
\ After the decision of the Oeorgia supreme as a phenomenal one. secured $5OOO in coin
.,:" zuela. an4 Colombia, during the past when they should have waited there Dead: with dynamite
court Colonel went to
70- years, ave always regarded each for the freight coming south to pass Cooper John Eckard. .; and currency, with,,whIch they decamped
r>{ew York and filed with Justice White '
other ad :litter- republics, bound by them. of the States Ernest Wheeler. 1{ ..,,4; early today. r
it th<*"tlose Conductor Wood states that United supreme court an For nine hours, from 7 o'clock last
t and most friendly ties, and no signal Injured: Louisiana Man Stands Accused of Awful
t' application for a writ of error. This
;' they; a a'now' tor the) first time enemies for a siding (the red board) was A. C. B. Laws, fatally. CrlmeT night until 4 o'clock a. m., they were
writ was granted on the' 3d of September -
thanks hung out at McDonough. The Harry Blard at work on the vault without being interfered
to Castro's machina operator arm broken.
Forest lllll La. Jan. 7.-Yesterday
1901. In, the meantime Minder St.
tions. i ,' at the stationr1 with. The
asserts that he gave Louis Philips, hand crushed. I
two children of Q. B. Keener aged 18
n had been sentenced to be hanged' ,
Referring Wallace the red board and it dis The Louis police force, aided by the
to Venezuela General An- was men were known as the powder months and Infant found
an were
on Sept. 6, but; the action of Justice .
drUde. said he Was satisfied that the regarded .. White In gang. They were loading holes with dead In bed with their skulls crushed. Louis police, are guarding all the avenues
granting the writ of error
whole; country\ :! was in, revolt against Freight first No. 54 going south in caused Governor Candler to grant an i powder under direction of Lawes, the Keener sent big wlte' about 100 yards of escape, but .s yet have obtain

U Castro, whose government was likely charge of Conductor Strickland and Indefinite respite In Minder's foremag.! Philips was assisted by to a water hole for water. On her ed no clew to the whereabouts of the

,, to .fall) at any time. Engineer Whatley went Into the northbound Colonel Cooper. says he will case.now Baird In tamping holes on one side return he told her he had put the children robbers, who, .it Is believed, escapedon

General Matos, Andrade said, would freight head-on a mile and a of the tunnel and Wheeler and Eckard horseback.
take Minder Into the superior court to sleep, and left, saying he wallgolna and
possibly be candidate for the presidency half from Rex. were tamping holes on the other side. Lee Phllpot, one of the
and ask that he be adjudged Insane. to the house of Mr. Bedgood; to
4 la. caen Castro was overthrown. The wreck then took fire, two of This i Lawes was standing bout six feet sell chickens one of the Rough Rider friends of
case attracted much atten'ltlpn
'''' Mr. Andraie said that, he himself!: wasUnwlll1nc. the cars being loaded with lard. In the past two and a desperate ; away, giving directions when the explosion Shortly after he left Mrs. Keener President Roosevelt, who Is well NI
'f! .tq seek '1'e- lectlon. which the flames are supposed have occurred. The cause has not noticed of the children gasping known In Kentucky, was the Ant to
effort has been made to Mln one .
; :: When. : started. save been with the robbers. He was standIng -
: ; meet
k questioned on the subject of der's life.8UBTREASURY. positively; determined, but It Is and went to it and discovered the two
the Venezuelan the stock yards near the Exchange
I revolutionary steamer thought the accident waa caused by dead, with their>heads badly crushed In
1-' Llbortailor (tfan Rlgh; ), Andrade. Said DEFIANT TO THE END. FOR ATLANTA. the tamping of a shot. Coroner S. H. Rushing Impaneled a building In which the bank is

:: ." : he was confident,, the' expedition( would Jury and Investigated the matter. The located, when be was addressed by

:, ". 'succeed in affecting: a landing on soma Execution of John Robinson at Dub Some of the Provisions of Colonel Llv.Ingston's TWO KILLED, TWO MISSING. Jury held Keener for murder and he three men who sprang out of a fence '

;l{i' eastern, point) of the Venezuelan coast: fin, Ga. Bill. I was taken to Alexandria by Deputy corner with revolvers in their hands. ,qrs.

,6'i:#.', -- I Dublin, Qa. Jan. 4.-John Robinson, Washington, Jan. 8.-Colonel Liv Norfolk and Western Trains Collideat Dunn. They said:

Wlllemlll dt, Island of Curacoa, Jan. : murderer of Bertha Simmons, was ingston's bill providing for a subtreasury Gray, W. Va. "We want you, Phllpot and with

e, via Haytlen cable.- Shortly before hanged yesterday in Dublin for a crime at Atlanta contemplates puttingthe Gray, W. Va., Jan. 7.-No. 4, Norfolk Hunter Accidentally 1 Killed. that overpowered him before he could

f W'a""" """fllItght! last night a steamer believed committed last May The drop fell subtreasury, If established, In the and Western express train, from Columbus Winter Park, Fla., Jan. 4.-A sad roach his revolver. The thre l e2bj ers'

( ti' be the Venezuelan revolutionary at l&:09 o'clock and the negro was present postotflce building and carries 0., to Nortolk, Va., met in a shooting accident, on account of which took Phllpot to the com/ gUHpom

.. steamer Ubertador, passed. several dead In 18 minutes. Death resulted an appropriation of $5,000 for fittingup collision here at 6 o'clock this morning Ed Self, a former citizen of Winter of the Dally National BtWJffKff Reporter k

'' times before this port, signalling to from strangulation.He the necessary offices and for vaults.It a northbound freight and both Park, lost his life, occurred near Plant near by and laid him on the f'Boor.

; people/ .ashore. Answering signals appeared was defiant (5'the end, stoutly also provides for an assistant trains were badly wrecked. The mes City on Tuesday morning. Mr. Self He was bound band and foot

let bave been: received from the maintaining his innocence. He was treasurer with a salary of $4,000, a senger and brakeman on the express had gone from Plant City, where he and gagged with towels. While lying

shore, and It is.asserted that the last abusive of the officers who guardedhim cashier" at $2,000. a chief clerk at $2,. were killed outright and the engineerand had lived for about a year, on a hunt. there three other men came In.

Y meipberg; !: the revolutionary expedition in Jail and utterly indifferent of 000, an assistant clerk at $1,800, a fireman on the freight are missing.A Ing expedition In company with a Wanted to Kill Watchman.

who.. had assembled: : on this island his future condition. At least '5,000 messenger and a watchman at $720 number of others were Injured. friend. They were In a buggy, and floor Phil. .. q'
tt embarked\ on board the Llborta- people came to see the execution It being each. No names have as yet been ascertain when about 4 miles from town stopped While! he was lying on the "

Sr"r; +"Aof.and should have.. been landed early the first in this county in 40 years. Colonel Livingston has written to ed. Wreck trains from Bluefields'and to look for quail, and while Mr. Self pot heard the leader of the 'robber a.

this morning on the Venezuelan' oast Asked if he wished to talk to the Colonel Lowry ahd other bankers! who Kenova are on the way to the scene. was hitching the horse a covey of quail! gang say: deterred '

'. near,'Velatie Coro.VenezuelanColombian. crowd, he said: "Let them go to have Interested themselves In the matter flying from the place, the friend In the "Let's kill him. He was
hell. However, he made talk of INJURED from doing this, Phllpot says, by the
a urging them to prepare at once statistics THREE IN WRECK. excitement of the moment, fired at the +
nearly half an hour In a rambling kind other robbers. One of the six men e '
Imbroglio. to back up Atlanta's claim. birds without noticing that Mr. Self
New York, Jan. 6.-In explanation bf way. : Accident to Rock Island Special Carry. was in range of his gun. The result I, was sent out with Injunctions to s!-
of the note which the Colombian Flood Victim's Body Found. Ing Philippine Recruits. was that a large part of the charge en cure the others. Albert Estep
has sent to esldent Castro Ernest Outland Hanged. West Point, Qa., Jan. 0.-The body Chicago; Jan. 7.-A Rock Island special tered Mr. Self's body. Inflicting wound other bank watchman, was caught on

' g ,declaring that the grievances ot Venimela. Sylvania, Qa.. Jan. 4.-Ernest Out. of John Cilm, the negro whoT was bearing 900 recruits bound for the from which he died. the steps of the Exchange building.
and addressed
land was hanged here yesterday for Philippines) from Columbus barracks, The robber went up to Estep
; against\ Colombia are not found. drowned In the high waters of the
er on fact, a dispatch) to Tho Herald the murder of Tout Mitchell one year ,Chattahoochee river at the same time 0., waa partially wrecked In the Twen Florida Tourist Season On. him by name. Thinking -
ago. Both negroes. ty-second street yards early today. Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 7.-The win. was a friend, Estep was taken unawaroR
w j1 from Caracas says: The note Is considered with Messrs. Q. W. Callaway and H. revolver
when was
L, a dispassionate V. Jones was found Three men were injured as follows: ter season of Florida, it can well be and a
presentation yesterday morning
EXPLOSION IS A MYSTERY. Henry Lewis. crushed between cars said Is and during the next thrust Into his face was not In shape
now on,
of Colombia's side of the cof It laevidently in a ditch near the river. The of death '"
r and Internally Injured; taken to hospital week thousands will, as the advance for defense. Under threats "q
an answer to Castro's communication body waa partially covered with sand,
Central Railroad Official Investigating e condition serious. be: was forced to go to the composingroom
: enter the state and quietly take
r to'the' Chili an minister at and being in a ditch, searching parties -
Recent Accident. O, C. Murphy thrown from train and where he was also bound and a
at the various winter
Bogota In reference to Chill's offer of were unable to find it until the waters their places resorts

-*' mediation to settle the Colombian. Macon, Oa., Jan. 4.-The Central had gone down entirely. The river Is foot crushed; continued Journey. for which Florida is famous. The gagged.

Venezuelan ..Imbroglio. President Cas Railway of Georgia officials have been now in Its original banks and everything Lawrence Schaefer, thrown out of transportation men declare that this Night Fireman Clark was taken tin-

fth tro declared In his conditional accept. engaged In an Investigation of the explosion I has resumed its normal AspecLBUllell window and clothing torn.,fl'om body winter's season will be the beat Flor awaren in the stamp department of the

ante oC the offer of mediation that: which .occurred In the'shops escaped with slight bruises. ida has ever experienced. They contend Exchange building. He resisted and

j 4 a'{ Vonezuela expected reparation for the of that company here with a Offers Reward. The other passengers were merely that thousands will visit the ex was badly beaten before subdued. He

? alleged Invasion by Colombian troops view to determining the cause Irwlnvlllo, Ga.. Jan. 7.--.T. A. Bus- ,Jolted. A sleeper occupied by eight position) In Charleston who never came was also taken to the composing room' r

p ... -'and: other grievances.A' of-the accident, but as yet they have I sell and his friends have offered a reward officers and the wife of one of them south before, and that a large majority and left bound and gagged with his

,. given out no statement other than to ot nearly $200 for the arrest and was thrown to an adjacent track but of these people will extend their visitto two companions. At midnight one of

',....,: 'NINETEEN DROWNED AT SEA. the effect that they have been unable ,conviction of the parties who waylaidand maintained Its upright position. After FlorUa. the robbers was left to guard the cap

: to place the responsibility on any In I Idlvld"al. robbed Mrs. Bussell and her brother several hours' delay the train wall remade tives, while the other five went to the

< : British ind Spanish Steamers Collide They say so far as their Investigations at Mystic In this county, last Tuesday and the Journey continued. The Taxable Property Increases. bank, which Is located on the first

r have revealed up to this I night. Every effort baa been accident Is said to have been due to Tallahassee, Fla., Jan. 7.-The total floor of the Exchange building near

.. .. Off Coast of Portugal. time the explosion was one of those I made by the officials to apprehend theguilty the failure of a switch to work proper. assessed valuation of real and personal the center. With nitro-glycerine the

Lisbon: Jan. 6.-The British steam. things which happen now and then I parties, but no clew leading to ly. property In Florida for taxes of 1901, robbers blew open the steel doo"i of

*' er Alfonso from Newport Dec 15 for for which no cause can be assigned t their Identification can be. found. as reported to State Comptroller the vault. These doors were of a double "
Gibraltar) and the Spanish steamer VI- The the tax of all thickness of st..el and shattered
c' t..e' The cause of the explosion Is as j governor will also! be asked to offer a GEORGE N. WI8WELL DEAD. Croomby by assessors: were
,? ;

during the night of Jan. 4 off. Avelro, the disastrous wreck which occurred the criminal Waa President of Milwaukee Life. In. sessed valuation for taxes of 1900 was blown into shreds.

lf?+ ,, r Portugal. Both vessels sank on the Central road In this city a. few auranee Company. 96688954. This shows an Increasefor Vault Doors Blown Off.

Eighteen men of the Alfonso and a Sundays ago. Hackett Behind the Bars. Milwaukee, Wls..Jan. 7.-George N. 1901 over 1900 of 874094. The

man belonging, to the Vltelva were Albany, Oa., Jan. .-D. W. Hockett, Wlswelh. president of the Milwaukee gain Is general. each county sharing Entering the vault the big steel safe w
drowned. Twenty-four members of the with quadruple plate doors was next
HOWELL RESOLUTION. the real estate man who disappeared Mutual Life Insurance company, died therein.
Vltelva'i crew and the captain of the I from Albany between suns ten days today after a. three weeks' Illness, aged encountered. These doors were drilled 1t
,Alfonso were picked) up and landed East Coast Chautauqua. and a charge of the explosion Inserted .-
h It Is Declared Constitutional By Supreme ago, was arrested yesterday morning 60 years.Mr. .
i ,at Lintioca, Melbourne Fla., Jan. 4.-The plans which blew them off.
WIswell served
Court of Georgia. In Montgomery, where he was as sergeant at
recognized for the auditorium of the East Coast The explosion In the vault destroy:
Atlanta Jan. 4.-The Howell resolution by a former Albanian. He will arms at the. national Republican con
Chautauqua have been completed; the ed more books and papers and scattered
New Glycerine Projectile ..Invented.
the last de be brought back here vention In Philadelphia two years ago '
passed by legislature, as soon as a '
lumber is on the grounds, and S. H. about {600 silver upon the floor. This .
Cal. Jan. 6.-D. Pettln-
Oakland. of the public requisition can be and and as assistant sergeant at arms at 1
r" voting; $325,880 property procured sent
Cove will put a gang of-men at workon not taken by the rob be
wall :s.
has Invented
gill, of this city, a glycerine the the Chicago, Minneapolis and St. Louts
fund of the state, which was to go through: necessary channels. Hock.
the building on Jan. 6. The build took all the and other
They currency
which If the claims
proJeetJile, of ett will have conventions. He was United States
to the payment of Interest on the to answer to several
Ing win\ have a seating capacity for coin to about
amounting $5,000
hold will marshal
the Inventor good, of
prove of the eastern district of Wisconsin
bonded debt of the state, was today charges of larceny; after trust, anda
jh*. The 1,000people./ The platform will be nearly as the bank's officers can esti
Importance. mechanism of
great under President Harrison. He
declared constitutional by the number of alleged crooked transao-
supreme large and will have two banks of seats the
mate. The five men left bank and
the Invention is a secret and Pettln-
court of Georgia. ions: was a prominent Mason, Knight of
gill Is now negotiating with the United The principal question at Issue was Pythias and Odd Fellow and a memberof for the chorus. signaled to the one who was guarding'I

n, States for the sale of the device whether the interest on the bonded Suicide at Talbotton. various other organizations. Quick Death to Two. the captive watchmen and fireman.

+'+ + The matter will be considered by the debt of the debt Talbotton Ga.. Jan. 7.-William Edward Tex. Jan. 7.Late This man Joined his companions.
, at' was a part Itself, and Houston, last FIve minutes after the robber
The Invention To Replace'Foreign Jaokles. guard
ordnance department. .
) McNeil manager of the Talbot.on
the decided 'a Pacific
court that it was. The night Southern train ran
!! Is shell that will New York Jan. 'I.-A movement has 'left the composing room Estep, \vbo.
Petting says a carry t telephone exchange, committed suicide
resolution wag Introduced into the senate down and killed Joseph Pas key, aged
j with the least concussion from 60 been started In Liverpool to replace had not been bound securely, worked
: yesterday' morning by cutting his
by the speaker, Hon. Clark Howell. 40. and John Powers, aged 60. The
j of foreigners on British ships ,by British loose and released Clarke and Phllpot. ;
to 200 pounds glycerine as fajas throat: with a razor. Mr. McNeil was men were walking on the track and r
v ar the ordinary> ; shelf can be carried\ a son of the late Captain Jamea Mc sailors, says a dispatch to The Herald This was about 4 o'clock. Estep then
Death of Prominent AtUntan. did not hear the train as they were In
from London. This Is the outcome fan ran to the telephone and called up
modern ordnance. The Neil of this .
ordlpary place and
was highly
by esteemed the. Both leave families,
Atlanta, Jan. 7..William Clark yards. men
agitation started Lord Charles T. Jones, general of
Goncunslon: necessary to project thl. : for his many estimable qualities by Romney.It manager

shell, he> says, is, by his device, reflected Rawson, one business of Atlanta's most prom) ( : No cause is assigned for the .Is pointed out that most vessels New Florida Road Incorporated.- the stock yards and informed him of

;. by the sides of the shell so that nent young men and until the ct. under the Union Jack are manned by Tallahassee, Fla., Jan. 7-.Letters pat. the robbery. President C. Gordon'

''a. the glycerine oil Is not disturbed in very< day of his death a member of seamen of other nationalities to suchan ent have been Issued for the Jacksonville Knox. of the stock yards, was also

.the leastCollision the city Vclock.council, died yesterdayIng Irurn. Subtreasury for Atlanta. extent that in the event of a European and Lake Worth Railway com called Mr. Knox said that if the robbers
at at his home 126 Wash '' war the British navy could not had made their haul the night
Washington, Jan: /.-Colonel Livingston pany, with a capital of $20,000 to
ington street, after an Illness covering protect its mercantile fleet. before they would have secured about''
In Mississippi; One KHIad. i will today Introduce a bill providing build, equip and operate a railroad

New Orleans, Jan 6.-The regulaf; ten days for the establishment of a sub- from a point on the Atlantic ocean $10,000 more than they got. They bid

r ; passenger train on\ the Mississippi Valley Heir to Large Fortune. treasury: at Atlanta. This is done at Captalnoy for Churchill. westerly across Lake Worth not take any of the bank's papers. ;
s New York, Jan. 7.-The appointmentof The vault and safe present a scene of 7w
bound south collided with a switch Brunswick, Oa., Jan. 4.-By the the: request of a large number of Atlanta
Mr. Winston Churchill, 31. P., to a wreck and ruin.
Cash In Florida's
Vicksburg today; Engineer 1 bankers and Treasury.
uglne at death of an aunt in Bremen, Germany, business men who
' killed. Fireman feel that it there Is captaincy in the Queen's Own Oxford. Tallahassee, Fla.;Jan. 6.-The transactions
Samuel 8. Craig was Henry and William Camman, of this to be a subtreasury .
shire Hussars, imperial yeomanry to at the state treasury for the Death Visits Pierrepont Family.
k', W. H. Brought Jumped In time and city, fall heirs to a large fortune. The In the south Atlanta should get It
received only bruises. The passengers amount is variously estimated at from Oil the vacancy that has been causedby year 1901 show the receipts to have New York, Jan. '7.-Death has visited .
the promotion of his cousin, the aggregated $821,925.94. The disbursements the Pierrepont family of the
were badly shaken up, but none $75,000 to $100,000 In American money Hon. Pope Barrow Takes Oath.
Duke of Marlborough, to the rank of for the same period 1131- wealthiest and most prominent In
of them were hurt. and consists of stocks and bonds. Savannah, Ga., Jan. 8.-Hon. Pope were $ '
v Barrow has taken the oath of office major.Is announced, cables the "Lon. 443.82, leaving In the treasury a cash Psooklyn twice within less than a

' I British. Capture Burghers. Three Negroes Drowned. t:'fore Hon. Henry McAlpln. ordinary don correspondent of The Herald. balance of 19044382. week. On Thursday last Anna Maria

': Bloomfonteln Orange River Colony, Pierrepont, widow of Henry B. Pierre
as Judge of the eastern
Judicial circuit
Columbus Qa. Jan.
4.-By the over
Jan Beresford's constabulary en The Talbotton Primary. Yalaha and Western Railroad. pont and a granddaughter of John Jay,
of GeorgIa. The
; countered! a force of Boers on Jan. 4 turning of a flatboat In the Ohattanoo- ceremony was Talbotton Ga., Jan. 7.-The primaryfor Yalaha. Fla., Jan. 6.-The grading first chief Justice of the United States
brief and formal.
Judge Barrow will
ghee river, Just the North Highlands
:'fa( the central part of the Orange Talbotton resulted as follows: For on the Yalaha and Western railroad is supreme court died. The death Is
convene: his first court next
dam. yesterday morning threenegroes Mondaynornlna
Klver Colony, killed Field Cornet Pre. mayor. J. B. Douglas; for aldermen progressing satisfactorily. The handa now announced of Dr. William Augustus .

r torlus and ten men and captured 38 were drowned and W. 8. Lee, J. M. Heath, L. W. Smith, Henry Law. employed on the work are now grading Pterrepont a son of Mrs. Pierre
the Columbus Power
r c .,. burghers Including Field Cornets Le- engineer for company Wrecks sen, E. H. McOee, J W. Thornton H. through the town and the roadbed pont. The cause of his death Is given ias
had Defective Wheel Train.
'roux and Erasmus a very narrow escape J. Lawrence and for marshal A. J. will soon be finished to the kaolin'' heart trouble.
Macon, Ga., Jan. 4.-A train on the Webb. plant.

Attack On the President Treason. Grassy Caught at Rapldan Macon Dublin and Savannah railroadwas I Locked In, They Are Cremated.

,',1, Albany Jan. '.-In the assembly today Atlanta, Jan. 7.-Robert Ware Cras- I wrecked as the result of a defective Vardeman Seeks Governorship Trains Will Soon Reach Maya Norfolk, Va.. Jan. 7.-Three negro '"

a bill was Introduced amending' ty, ex-private secretary of the mayor., t: wheel on car. 8 this morning Jackson MI..., Jan. 7.-Major James Lurarllle, Fla.., Jan, 4.-The Suwan- children were burned to death In the

It. the penal code so as to make an at. who disappeared last w.ek.whlle the Turkey creek, below Macon Rufus I j K. Vardeman has formally announcedhis nee and San Pedro railway ban Its suburbs of Sprlnrfield. Their mother,

' tempt 00. the life of the president of city detectives were trying to arrest I Herndon.newsbutcher.: was severely In- 'j i candidacy for the governorship' of bridge across the Sowannee" early= a cook larked them In a room wherea

y r the Unltod States or on that of the him on the charge of forgery, was b J red. Several others were slightly In I I Mississippi, which will become vacant completed and In arshort time wilt be lire was burning In toe stove and

governor at Few Y9rts!; treason I If 1 caught- yesterday at Rapldan, Va.c' i lured. '. .. -. .. in January 1804. _.... .__ running trains from Live Oak to Maya went to her work.. ;

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A year ago tho grand lodge of Illinois Dally aopniannSt3o. to i r *, ui, I i far the fltatK "
fJ voted against organized charity ia: Dr. Frank W. Porterfield of Atlantic '
,r.r:! IWho -BUS elected grand chancellor of and distributed the surplus funds Piano lessons by iirranEement.; i io-3fl tt OeedsMrirtgedts I : \Jj.liht":, Lc./, / to'i" 1 Ci"iI\t"' r I' R",w4,, <, ,

II''' Iowa at t.n 1nst among tbe lodges.<< This year the grand mmnVYY1YVmmrrtyYV.BICYCLES. Stock Sacrificffd ?.I : j \14F; ,t:"?" ,, ,' ,

session; of thegrand |lodge accepted a bequest for a Musonic! ... .. : tMAilYrtrpnttlllWarenteadtey.t4', piDpiu r" rmas" ''IOu.Ji'l fJ 1.1Ih'Mi/t/t"Jr.: ""i%};'/!,: /' "',((''i I ,,' j

''fII', lodge, Is home and concluded that organized. .,.. ,'IN. II'I I"\I.\ 10t\MYt. ,", ,r(}. ; ;. ',,'
charity la the thing after all. d
proper hI''lJt.wr'YiWi '
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; and a firm What the grand lodge of 1002( may conclude ....1........... I;A-lb 011:0'" ------'--.", \ "\?11,, '>",! ," '
to to l In problematical.MasonicStandard. i .. : "
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and consistent
9 u upholder ot the I Ii Wheels Icftpfld firut-clans Con Greater Grows\ the Sale at 'Barb >i"", :X :
There Masonic 41d;
principles on -i are seventy-eight dition. When you want to.rent Fredtbu d''I. :'i

which the order :, lodges In New Hampshire, with n total a good, ,eeiy-rlding; Wheel, go to < ....
Is based lie Is membership, of 0387. '. ': ,',;
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CARL SCHREBNICWSPrices ForKtrnt-GlHH'*TonKcrtaf .t"" ,'
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fcarlttts for the Illinois Is the second grand lodge in E. PORTER I' I
"Shaving'' l'a..lot" I" '
right and possesses point of universal strength In this '. Inpndnoiq t ,h deeW' I.'J Ij" ;;
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country. Now York leldlngJnd __-- I :?J(
the ability
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1;>1-- Iconoclast who the world
qualities neces- says
"v'a, P. W. POBIBBVMXD. ary to lIucceSIIiIJ famous Parrln Masonic library "la n A Rambler ".JI 0 "j, Wo

>; fully administer the affairs of the heavy expense and does little good to -- at W a an h1 1 3, ," JI '.
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grand domain of Iowa In which he any member of the order.." .. "i ""
line long boon a potent factor. Previous There are f 20 Inmates In the Missouri .Wheels For Sale. I" '" '

to the election as grand chancellor Masonic home.65 girls 82 boys, 21 o House Bill lt'? "j'' :
l:' ho was a member of the grand tribunal old ladles and 21 old of '
men recntpts
': and has served with fidelity and zeal the borne last year $21,188; ; cost of And General Repair Work done by an We are compelled' to clear this building '" ,,\, :'.- '. ,i, :,;:(

j' 'Ju many offices of trust in the order maintenance, $10,311. Expert Repairer for theGrand ;" ; .1"/,';I"1 IK

"R The total assets of the order In Indl- The grand lodge of Oregon planted Olive Street West Palm Beach.,: SS SV STHOS, J./ 6RIERx! \, Mi ,, ,
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ann arc 1014730. Masonry In Washington In 1852 and In ** / ( .:I''
In all parts of the supreme domain Idaho In 1803. Opening on January 28IN I d'' ''' <
.4 the work of the order IB being carried The grand lodge of Louisiana introduced I West DIMICK & U1EOEL( :, Contractor. & ," ,>'<: );' ,!

'i on with greater energy than ever.: Masonry InTexns: In 1830. Proprietor k ,' \>I.t I.-!

Tho supreme general fund statement Lodges are careless about properly Palm BOTH STORES. Next week all tho Clothing; and Builder, .;.," : ; ".' '

I for October Is as follows: Balance on notifying suspended members of the Shoes and Dry Goods left from, previous sale a I, ,,, '0... \" .,;
band 023.60; receipts, 11000.75; ex. action taken by the lodge. It Is not so II; 11 ', (',
l>enses, $2,797.35; balance Nov. 1, $8.- very long ago that a suspended brother Beach will be sold at, half the value., o Is'prepared'to' nil your,order1, ) ,,u

88T.Massachusetts lodges are very busy seven was granted years because an appeal It was after proveg a lapse thatno of Drug SALE COMMENCES MONDAY promptly and in:". ..rknianllkef.,' i '.;'i, Milt: .\ ,

b this fall and new members are being ofilclal notice of the action of the it 'roann r:- Estimates;. furnished o I:;,;')it ,

Initiated in nearly all parts of the lodge bad ever been sent him.-Illinois -m----Store. Look' out handbills on Carl Schretonick's !o. 'J"" .o'o '''''J'f
grand domain. Freemason. on construction,' workoCevery j', : ,.?tIJ,; ,;
arrival. "
rp + | II'
r efits In optional with the subordinate piled by II. IS, Thomas Montgomery of' -DEALERS IN- .. A. PAUL, Manager .Conductor of Sales.. .. !.. -:"' ..'.;;. .,, ;_',!,(O,, \;, "I"\ ':,,'jo./. ',',<\Jo '
+' lodge. St. Paul, there was a gain of 8,240 last It ". "I'" ;,;> '
;year In the number of Royal Arch Masons i West'' Palm Beach h Florida J' "
Toilet Articles
UNITED WORKMEN. In the United States. Drugs, ostoKoKorostortoMOStostostokoroKaltolso7sotto7sd7sokokoAol oko r ,
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AB Old Le. Cblp. From the Workshop. ODDFELLOWS. Stationery anaDruggist's
I G. G. Strohm f io .
Company .
Past Supreme Master Workman Tate, -
rr* Fraternity. Teaches. th. Best. B.... 'I
who Is now pastor of the leading Presbyterian Sunories.PrescriptionsCarefullylompoum1d
oC Money-Triple Link Note S .
the field for tbe A. O. U. W. In the Jurisdiction Money and power are too often esteemed I SHAVING PARLOR
as the only source of happiness AMILY | ;
East Coast Business Solid ted GROCERIES ,?
for ,. I'FI..wl.
month. ;
a congratulate while the truth Is that neither l ....... Tonw. >rlai'>' work by tilei'. 4f.II',, f
Colorado on having secured his WEST PALM: BKAC1I, 6-10-Dtt\ o o "Old Helia'.lB." : t: /,""iI.", .
services even for a month. As an orator produces real happiness except when SHOP.UNDER :KOTBU'PAtMa: : J.,:r;;'NWent : n
"" Brother Tate wisely used in helping others says Food Products calm Beaoh.8le.; _"' ,r i'' X ,
can awaken more enthusiasm Fancy | "; ..\\\1 Odd Fellows Herald. Odd Fellowship '":
t than almost any other member S. H. RICHMOND HM i iaMMM.MMRiM. BMW NMMMM M. WMWM MMM>" ', L,(,
teaches tbe great lesson of the charitable {
so "
of the order.-overseer. o : ,... ,': :
t, Safety should be the first object of a use of our money and our powers Perik ''" Grain and ', .. "-"i',!.".';'''""' 'J... ,
Grant Provisions.
as a source of true happiness In the relief Land Company. : o' LockLOOgING'GtLdSS'.. I' ,.."I"J I ,''k',
I man In seeking protection for his faml.I of tbe distressed the care and education If ,,\ ':"" I!:
I ly. It Is cheaper to pay a proper price 1CKAI4 E8TA TE. o at : .,,4
of tbe orphan and the maintenance your ;
In a safe organization Than to take the and protection of the old and In- i-4-jm CUTLER FLORIDA I JEFFERSON BLOCK' ;" ,
chances In a cheap one of dying before '
the Institution Itself. digent. o g.o ,i ,
True Odd Fellows measure their lives > ''k.
West Palm Beach Florida. % And If Spotted at Blurred
A fraternal remarks that ,
exchange by the fetters they break off, by the .Brefsford Bros 5 0 bring them to.....'
the la the
deputy as Indispensable to ,
\ fraternal order as the 'traveling salesman the garments miles they they travel put on.to alleviate nakedness every by ra,710110510710710710it0110710/.07107107107tOkI0k O O.O O.O 71 O.O.O 71 O 710 J. J. ,FOX J; .

to a business concern. Real Estate and Insurance ''
I kind of suffering. General Repair Shop,
The Degree of Honor In Missouri is
Previous to 18GS members of tbe Re- '
leaving nothing undone that tends to bekah degree received the degree; insubordinate PALM BBACH, FLA. 2NNOUNe1 EMENT ';tOn Datura Street. ..
r growth and prosperity.The And have them made 0001>> u )NSW! :
lodges.The bar.....
only other way that has, ever total receipts for the ;year of the Notary Public. Cottages to Rent 8. 5..INOLBTON" ,'':,' ?

been discovered by which a society can grand lodge of Illinois were $00.019.33:\, ':' '""'\'"!: 'We wlelt'the'I 1blid\. lo know( that ws'arenow 4O Work.'Guaranteed. t 'J-'i,-:$:
be perpetuated Into the when Its '
years and the total disbursements were $58- 1.19olostualcPoi uuanuLintteellor "
death rate Is high Is by Increasing the A- supplied with a full of "
222.81. showing a balance on the right
rate from year to year or from periodto
,,8lde. idOb"
period us life advances until the costIs -
The grand lodge of Tennessee at the Plumbing Supplies
as high as can safely be charged. W.'H ARTSON
recent session held at Chattanooga re- .
elected James R. Harwell as grand sec "
retary and John L. Nolen as grand representative TAILORINC- We ,do Tin and Sheet-Iron Work
to tbe sovereign grand f and Electric wiring. :'
lodge. In All Its Branches :: ;

Every branch of the order In I Ii.:
Quebec -- Agents for Defiance Windmills and Towers FOB SALE.
Is looking up and the attendance Is .' ) "
The board of great chiefs of Pennsylvania steadily Improving. PRESSING, CLEANING, . ',

are keeping up a series of official Over $7,000 was expended last year DYEING AND Call on or write 'us for estimates.: Best of references given. 8-2.tt It. '
REPAIRINGShop Now Is the time to <
visits to the various subordinate for sick benefits In the jurisdiction ot'' get your youag ;
tribes In the jurisdiction with the hope Manitoba. Orange Stock for Spring Budding.' '
of on Olive St.. Palm CONKLIN & SCRUGGS ,
maintaining the enthusiasm and Weal Eeach. '
There are 3,031: Odd Fellows In theprovince ...-- .'If"\\w
widespread activity now manifest In <4: "

the fraternity. $14,445! was of Quebec paid out In for forty relief lodges last; Clematis, Avenue, West Palm Beach, Fla. 1 year old, $4 per 100S .." '::

The degree team of Wichita tribe of :year; total assets of subordinate lodges New Idea in Trunks. *. ..' ',?
$6 "
Buffalo is famous for the excellence of $80,1wA A,'.. '" ,
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its work. BOND & BOND COMPANY' i 4
Wapella. tribe of Pennsylvania during MACCABEES. RIVER VIEW PLANTATIONRoseland tt\\::

the' last six moons has admitted forty INUOKPOUATED.) '
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4h. palefaces and now has thirty propositions Ta Order an Educational Force' RIV'R. :',::;' I

,I! on Its books awaiting the performance I From Various Tent*. MANUFACTURERS OF i.-::,, ,;:J't I

of the adoption ceremony. The Maccabee order Is a positive educational '; :
4 Great Prophet John Orr Is now a force. Many thousand cull'' TIE LOUISVILLE &CNASHVILLE :;;'t'\\! j

member of assembly of the Empire dren are J better trained for the duties' } I BELMIIPID SHINGLES L ,

Ii State as Is also Great Junior Sagamore of citizenship because of the millions I 11 : *.;;, *: ,
Olin T. Nye.World'm distributed from our benefit funds. ---- R, R,

V Thousands of members get higher Flooring Siding and CeilingO Brick Lime and Cement.IN .
Pair Fraternal BaUdl... Ideals of life through the teachings! at I pruie T ryt Rune through trains to PensaooU, S
L0F'-- k
tt" The fraternal building to be erectedon our altars. Loyalty to friends, home I os a. STOCK: Mobile and New Orleans. To Birmingham 4

the grounds of the Louisiana Purchase and country Is the very essence of our Nashville and St. I-oul
exposition, St. Louis 1003 has ritualism.-Beehive. ,
ep: been Indorsed by the; national fraternal Orient tent bolds the banner In tbe OFFICE AND YARDS 12.1.tl 'to Louisville, Cincinnati and ;,;;tt1

1\\ ccu'i'C8s( the associated fraternities of New York Jurisdiction, with a member. Evansvllle, and to Chicago without
America and by the membership of the. ship of 733. The Stallman Dresser Trunk ON F. E. C.JY., leaving train. .
p; .societies composing, : those bodies. It I I..* Experience be Represents den In {; t
may said to be that new trunka. It UportnbU s
f' .r confidently expected that the building which a man really gets when be triesto clrett.lng. CBBC,with drawer instead I 01 Between Poincetta St. and Lake Worth. For Bleeping oar reservations ri,
will be the greatest monument to fraternity get protection for nothing.All collar;but.a place:to a,and for: the everything bottom,la from*' cceibldfho hat to u a rates, eto., call on or address '
t that the world has ever seen top. Coots no more than a good box dunks
tents In the District of Cahimbta Htilpp dC. O D. with privilege* to examine. B. H. HOPKINS '' '
) r The World's fair directors have assigned ; 1875 1900
jurisdiction are now working to increase Two-cent stamp for illustrated catalogue* Established 25 Yrs.
,.( It a fine location and the design oft tbe FLORIDA PASSENGER: J.G1iIlT:
; I the structure; practically reproduces the membership. F. A. STALLMAN,, No. age Weak Bay it., J..ok>ouTlU.Via
J it famous Parthenon The purposes of the The Knight of the Maccabees Is theyoung 08 West Spring Street "' William A. Bours & Co.
building are to furnish members of fraternal : order-up to date progressive T-D-lyr COLC9IUU8 UOI ,
growing rapidly :
operating on
: societies with a meeting place

1r r which and resting will be rooms equipped, an Infirmary with reading where the sound most financially.approved plan absolutely -: Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers Geo.. S. Hacker & Son

nick or disabled, visitors may receive I I
temporary free medical and surgical No. 6 EAST BAY STawr7- JACKSOKVH. I'LL.P.Medi.onlytb.IastaadmostitellableSeedat .
:' aid and In general to promote the comfort Build Houses !
of fraternal visitors to the World's FRATFRAAIISCPL1ANY \ A onplat Stock of

4 ? fair, all r>f which will be without Move Houses.
5 6I a4" charge. Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour Bran, Wheat, Grits, I
Repair Houses. HJ t't'
Kaiahts of Honor. The Brotherhood of the Union has an Meal., Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright ana Dark. It

The, order U I la splendid financial condition Invested fpnd ot $30,755.: : Charles W. Shop work, I
: and Is paying death claims with Mann of Bridgeport !18 supreme W hIngtoo. .AT WHOLESALE-:--
Repairing or
rV the! greatest.. 'promptness.Ciiiireuie I : State Agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
Deputy hart is planning to Tha Progressive Fraternity l I. grow Dock :Building.: CATALOGUE ON'APriJCATlOH. lOji

'. initiate 1 500 candidates from the lodges lag rapidly In Maisachusetto. I
of Greater New York on Jan. 0. The Knights of Columbus l I. a secret Call on or addressM. ,

h Lodges In all parts of tbe country are order, and Its member are adherent lIl NUPACTUllIUi.S 1 01' ,0

waking op to the fact that new life Is of the noman Catholic church. J. YARBOROUCH : GM-t1 5 Mulgoba ,Mangoes. Doors, Sash, i

being Injected Into the order and thai Protected Home Circle Is l very strong I .

;., If they do not keep up with the bandwagon Jn St Louis and throughout MlMourL Wed folio; Jleacb. Fla.Situations : Largest; Collection of Crotons the United States. Palm, Phjll&n- Blinds, MouldingsAND

they will get left. thnsTetb. All Full Line -
pot grow n. Of Citrus StOCk
Morel Aronnnm.Tuero I gro"non, HlgU Spruce Pine Land. Address Building Material,
were 105 deaths reported In
Kmtm+t* of MmH '
\g. George< S. Jones of Boston In now supreme the order tor the month of October. tar,r.duat.._ralUaa r.lundod. Wpli: JOHN -C. BEACH West Palm Beach. Fla. CHARLESTON. S. C. t' ;

h .' Ir commander of the order and Abner McKinley, brother of the late .'nna l .ualogw and Buslnese.p.cU.1 attati ..- Largest Factory South m

,, Frank Gray of Philadelphia Is supreme president I* a member of North Star I r jiQSSCY Send for Price. to"lN'x
recorder. council of Canton, O. II* was admittedOct. CollegestoelsrlllsM.etgotorr.Ala u
A ff The supreme commandery has decided 4.1877. Houtlon.\ T... C.Uimbu|| ..tt.. SUBSCRIBE FOR 'THE SUN -.. '

Painea to create of Malta.a branch order of the members In Massachusetts of the Royal there Arcanum.are 19,041 .Bichwendrs. 81.0010111.;"Ia. lacktandll fl. I 5efd} 1K* 5"7 Your Job'Worl' (, a

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rw Ilii W > WOMEN COLLECTORS. .rrrrrrrrmrvrr'rrrrrnrdrrrr'' ',rrrr.rrrrmtrrmrr1a 10( $ ')IC- :- $:OOC: (: :- ;($** (), r

rii>ii>ai"ii TI>> .,u-A. Bell( or the idle

,. well(.iifhi-rliio: meet. mirthlng-; together/ CI"...collection the favorite of--oecupatloii I Here le are Again t JONES & MINNIOK

of tint\ lain, wmnmi. \V'tllf
Wio n.I know the woman win collects tcapoto) r

Her haiiRe I Is flllPJ with thtih 'They It is Something ElseThis Building Contractors.
line the wnlln not",ouly of the dining

.I! Architect .. room and parlor, but they even thynt-/
.', en to fall oil you from tlio bedroom TimeI :
1 fi'lezo. She Is the one who stands for Only"the Best of Mechanics

m=t.t".mmt.( 't bouts Jollying the ftirrlW's v.Ito\ while '

5 all the time lieu glittering eye Is fastened I White Goods Employed on Our Contracts ,
Visitors) at the ran mGrll'l1n exposltlort on tba kltcben, tni"' le, where! some -
were eflpwlally 'attracted by tho partlcnlHrly> tantalizing bit beI'mlllen.- Ladies, no need to send away as we will have i ::
lmposingatldettheLInI;, time thoroughly nlum" or 8tatohou" ward eposes. an assortment of as 'floe Fabrics and Pat WEST PALM BEACH -
cozy and convenient Interior of However, her melhoila.. are Icifltlumto terns at you can find anywhere. Just ,tbe 13: .ao-tl .
the }Mew UJnglauJ bu Mlnlt. 1C was not compared to those of the woman who and Dresses D1'
Shirtwaists "' ..'. ...
s t .o Impressive; upou", UUI( outside owing collacts spoons from the different hotels material -i D .o...: t1 -- nthl"";Y;..>o'... :r---"", JCr ,.:"......,' "
? tq Its gpeckledlsh! red: green anflhvliltacoloring and restaurants and Unbl\1Hbluj.lly I' -
Dress Ginghams ,
', which goes with Its colonial sets her table with tho same ---- '
+' architecture) But In whatever tends to Old books. are not such favorites with None neater and none Better. paM KLVN SHEEN, Civil Engineering: and Surveying. J. a. HIOHTOWBK.: \

the making of a desirable I Interior It women! as with men, but old jewelry Locating Hud :Estimating Timber(both Pin. *
if surpassed any of the othe,):' state( structures. Zephyrs 'and Cyprew), Selecting and Grading Orange Sheen h & HightowerREAL r
Was this because I
It wan design. fine line of these goods. and Vegetable Land a Specialty :.
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led by a woman? ,:It may have been My prolemlon hal carried me over nil parti
When too New England communion- Just ask to see them.; of the southern peninmila. of Florida, And by ESTATE' '
ers to the Buffalo: fair decided to have! personal observation I find great opportunities '
Pit 'a union bnlldlnj*" 'oils' -commodlouHhome 15 Per Cent. Off,; for profitable investments 111 Timber, Orange --
and Vegetable Lands, especially In the wild and
l for people of: :all the five'states On all Winter Oosdg( Ladles' Heavy Dress unsettled parts,where the land ta mostly owned! Lands for. sale In all parts of
1 In their'Sect4on' they adveitlaod for designers Goods Cloaks and Capes. hyfargearporetionawhohavenever had the Southern Florida, improved and '
fop It. :Bids!! were opened at a land graded according all priced
.?, meeting In Boston, nnd tills 'desirable Clearing Out at Cost the .same Write for p rtleulnnbut unimproved.' i't
contract' : was given to a woman Jo- : Box But: ., West Palm Beach, Florida PALM II E A C I-t and LAKE I
f 11' ppMne 'Wright Chapman So, favorably I Our Gentlemen's Goods and Shoes. This is WORTH properties including

);1 Was her plan received that she: wail! uo "flre alarm'*-we mean what we Buy. This some of tbe nicest water-front Town property
likewise appointed supervising architect !. to confine : our
.. line mllst go; as we are going
.for the Mew England commission. trade .strictly to Ladles' Dress Goods, Dry We carry a large list of the most desirable cottages. in town, for A
The .Interior arrangement of the New Goods and Notions. sale furnished and untarnished. Ml
''''r England Pan Awericin building( was { t
.,VI; extremely simple which was'a a added *
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i\ : ,,cUftrm./ You entered In from pillared t Remember, We are Leaders in our Line. I Business and Residence Blocks
; portico and faced grand stulrcnso.!

?tt, Hanged to the right o.ntllo1't and rear A. S BOTSFORD & CO. --
%' "u of this grand staircase wore the reception
r ; and living rooms At the top of tf AAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4E&5s&3E Orange, Pineapple'and Vegetable Lands, in i
the staircase, opening! 6ft/ a gallery that A AAAAAAAAAA
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ranged around,tbrpo sides, were what -- Quantities suit Purchaser., l
In a private[ residence would have been
"' t *"Steeping' rooms.!! The great hall .. p Call and examine our list.
with view ;unobstructed to the roof, '
i sun JOUbiEa 'iua FAIIMMI'H "'us: Uo..tUnllonDtion for hoWl or reel. Bargain In Improved' businessproperty JEFFERSON
West Beach Fla.
wall and hall BUILDING
for splendid -
gave scope
100 Will
fUiiicu Mlnmt framing ou Ilnjr In Mliiml. pay
decorations which was duly taken ndvantago .- I' and, above all, hoards of yellowing font: ,:.DI tro t Itn: (ret, tin AveIs on Invwttmont. Clln.bu 19-e-tf
laces arc dear to the feminine heart A nun A." laos fuet This pr percent
/ of. tho I'Hlm ilntol', l4O loot had at a bargain It suM In the
I have described a little (ID detail this friend of some bus recently started! a r near from llolul Kuynl 1'nrk. BnrLnin at next thirty aayev ...."' .........................".."........":
.Jug collection, ono from every town she JitMHIOO.: ; i
Interior because It Impressed me ns being
the perfect plan for a country visits. They range from foreign china 000000TOWNLEY 'h
house. At any rate, :when I get my with mortal bearings, to blackjacks; i East Coast Restaurant !
country,bouse'It V'H\. be planned Inside and Indian tottery from Arl/.oua. \ i
well known society woman him a, collootlou -
like that If the tact thai;, It was designed BROTHERSKEAL .
It of hoots!! and shoes which comprlHO :
by a woman anything
Seminole Hotel Building, Opposite Freight Depot ,
+ 9 valuable historical spoclmcns. i
; 1 proves.tbnt there ought to be at least I : h
1r fifty women architects In Ameilcrt while a 'young debutante remarkable Cuisine,Service, and Cleanliness unsurpassed. Western Meats Pure *
where there Is one now. Of the few for her gentle not to Buy timid bearing ESTATE AGENTS : Cow's Milk, Dairy Butter and Distilled Water used exclusively.: : '

ladles profession that Miss have Chapman already Is entered one of this the and has a dnggors remarkable, Including collection, several of vicious knives MIAMI, FLORIDA Regular Meals 350. Board by the .Week Meals ,to Order i

looking Malay and Canary Island belt
knives ,
I ooooooBaranln i
tdL Nor have ordinary women been"lbs a-tr OPEN EVENINGS S

only ones to Indulge lu this mania I 'In Oranao Grove In thaTlulnlty ...*..............................................S.IIOTI.
:'b 1 $ Queen Victoria's. ruling passion was ot Mlninl. Nine. aorei In
+M.,,,,, rh tablecloths, Christine Nllsson papered treat Five HOrnn In blt"rlnIfrnyU -

her wnllH with her bote-bills, Queen _.t 4 nny yean UO) per old) runt"SmalicottaFo.,' on InveHtrnmli.ItnrRiilu Will. "* ., Splendidly shunted, Incite. Lake Worth, opposite
Isabella of Spain, Quean Alexandra 11% ut 1 our Thoumind l>ol- Holol i Royal Folnclan
and the dowager/: empress of Uusxln lun.Vliy Enlarged', Improved and :BqulpiMid with up'tu.date .
collect (nns. Tbe little queen ot Holland The PALMS aonvenlencei. ,

Is tho proud possessor of .jeweled \ pay rent,when you can. buy We here deilrakle business property Rates $2, $2.50, $3.00 per day.For .
and curious Bkntes. Perhaps tbe most from Tonnlvy llron., Mlninl, ninecottnuuri In Mlninl, Improved amt unim. apeclal weekly tete address.
-,.. unique royal collection Is that of the terms tram. $70(100 to $:luw>.00 onuay provod'lor.ule. on eaey terms, West Palm Beach, Fla. 10"na The Pnlum." went Palm. Deaoh, Kin.
n y. Frt empress of Germany who preserves a
'jt;<:":. feather" from each bird her husbandhas
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Chooe. It For Comfort, Hot Foe o
rs KtR SllOTT. C. CUTTBELL, Malinger. Ij I
I The other tlay t BOW two baby carriages I HOTEL SEMINOLE
.>.','tyfr'WBliAKO JI'&ADQ'I1AD'1'E1I8, !going down the stioct. One was .West Palm Beach Florida 0 j Shipwright, Caulker and Spar Maker.

fe best. iiiowq! and moat successfuL She all mules, lace and gilding. It WIIS o
"' has. .iilwnys a number of Important and wheeled< by a smart looking young 0 MARINE RAILWAYS
.bN, remunerative contracts hi band,enough nnrneglil. whoso eyes darted coy ono cK

,,,; to Miss occupy Chapman's several usslstuuts.career, too shows glances was at a she nearby with policeman her own appearance So occupied -. onI I Overlooking beautiful Lake Worth. facing the Hotel :II and Boat Shops. West Side of Lake, rat

that 4 woman can design other etruer that she drove the carriage hard o Royal Polnclana' ; a'first-class, home like hotel. Near a
'(' Lures than homes Cralgla hall, the tar up against the curbstone on the farther V MANGONIA.Estimates .
aide of crossing, and the cheap o all points of Interest to tourists. Our specialty l I. excellence -
.;; ", gest dormitory at Harvard university a V 0 Furnished on New or Old Work.
.! with the great swimming pool connected springs of this outwardly gorgeous vehicle V o of table service clean cooking, courteous treat. Vessel hauled out and taken care of for the Summer, N
". ... ;; therewith Is from plans pro- responded with a sharp bump.
.. "I"/! / ;&'':: pared by her. Bo Is the beautiful stone The small occupant gave a shrill yell, o ment of guesta. House newly furnished, and under fXF" All Work Done With Neatness and Dispatch.
.' Mark's, trfiomlimter, which I did not blame It, for, In ':II
'' ''r". church of St. for It management. Experienced white help only 1 will be 0 BEA SKIFFS SPECIALTY. lo-.z1 tf
( : '" Miss.: Then again she has designed a addition to being! 'mui led pp In a lot J new .
''"" ,? "' n vast apartment hotel, '$100,000 clubhouse of foolish Ince and prickly embroideries employed in all departments Beat of fishing and __ -.
and a number of handsome and tile poor little mite was- suffering t'
""+\ a'.''I, costly country homes. Everything.Iu] from the II'lare'of the sun, which stoleIn K boating, and good hunting. Rates. $2 to $3 per day. 0 .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAA.4AAAAAAAAAAUAAAAAAA>
''' line, front a stable through the flimsy slllc: parasol: o E
'' the house planning .
,, V C W. ![ElM. W. DUO.VDWELL, M, D., Physician and Surgeon: .
to a statehouse, she la-able to turn out The other baby carriage was modest o ..
Jti'glHtert'd rhnrmaUHt' ,otHca In Dm Store.
$ One pleasant feature of Bliss Chap. In appearance, but of a solidity which V SUMMERS & BOLAND E z
"t:' nianV experience Is that men' atchl* argued well for II ;,' E
-' toots have been uniformly kind and Its comfort. A. I I{ PreoPsaImTORBk COTTAGE CITY PHARMACYIIKIDI
courteous to her. substantial: hood aM
architect reminds protected the &; UllOADWKI.L
Writing of woman as an 1
a '
me of the electric light In our baby from tho oiio2q.ttiol1o75oUoiao7t o9sollolto' o 075oiso7lo7so71o7sot/oisoi5o7toi5ot/o7to Proprietor .
building. We women need that electric sun aid wind
light every day In one 'of the dark : cud.wrapped In
M room.. Whenever we turn It on or extinguish comfortable and d $&t3&*
it we must mount a box: and simple gar Ii %y $p> Dealers in Reliable Medicines and Che icals.i .

even then stretch our arms!! to the danger menus It slept TO ALL INTERESTED
point for shoulder seams.!! If tho peaceably. The ,
' .i frail box should tip over, we would womanwho F A FULL LINK OP-t
strike against the wall or upon the guided this second THE -- Perfumes. Rubber Goods, E n
hntrack: and break: nose or skull unless conveyance .
a guardian angel forefended. A man was sensible i Peninsular Electric Construction Toilet Articles, Cigars and E ,
that light I myself am goingto 1-"',I'n,1 ntltl.
put up D and Stationery. Tobacco. n
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move soon and am looking ; a die convenient house. The other day I a neat! black dress!! and snowy apron. COMPANYIS l-ltt PALMS BLOCK, WEST PAUl BEACH. w.
found one the owner and designer Now, perhaps you think the child In E.T
thought was absolute perfection In thi tU i first carrlago was, that of ft tech NOW open to the patronage of the public of West .. TyyyYyyy.TYTY.y.yy.YyTYTyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.Want .
''e shatter of convenience. To begin, therqwas'the ) woman and that tbd BC OIK! belonged Palm Beach and 'VIcinity.Electric .
chandelier In the living room to some woman In modest circumstance -
to low that a woman would strike her Not a bit of It The baby In the Construction of All Kinds.

bead against It every time'(the passedIt plain little! wagon was the heir top\ Annunciator, vau ll.ll.,BurglM and Flr.Alarm System a Specialty.ALL aHouse
at constant risk of breaking either fortune\ !', but Its parents were aenslbldpeas WORK; GU R"NTBEU.
the head or the chandelier. [ lj. They recognized that their, '
"We thought we would put M low BO child was out for Its health, not to be Offices in Jefferson Block, 10-18-tf Built ? '
ladles could reach It easily' said the made a show of, and t1&e1100kl.'d to Its "
t.. atlsned own**. comfoit first of all. As for tile baby lathe P. O. 390&:., West Palm Beach, Fla.
'Yes1, but a long lighter for the gas outwardly gorgeous carriage, It be- 11. T.. Grant, Contractor and Builder Is prepared to give
would have been better than to knock lagged to a Illy, feather brained woman ; : pne', head against the brass and glass the wife of a man with an esceaI anything in the construction line.
1' twenty times a-day,* I replied. alvey I modest salary. "I t's these people
Tile owner'led the way to tho.kitchen. who really haten't the money -Wbq Call on or address

Here the cupboard- the kitchen likes to make the show, mum" co- THE TRAVELERS H. T. GRANT
cupboard mind you-was so'high and market my old aor';ant to me the other ,

tar away that a abort woman would <)Ja,.. 'And she Is right 6-6-tf WEST PALM:\ BEACH, FLORID
j'r- bare required stepladder to reach! ( Mothers, at least d6n't show off with NEW 1'dANAGEMENT- -
even the lowest shelf of It These maa. your chlldl-enr Olve soma thought tc
colors homo designers l! understand not their comfort. See to It that they are MRS. N. F. GARCIA, Prop'r, Jacksonville, Fla.
Ladles, Choose
the rudIments of their trade. dressed! warmly and sensibly.
and remunerative for their nurse nome plain woman who --
most Inviting
here Is a
N s-. Held. Go you ,to the Punt school i tins! common sense, who will not allow Electric Light, Electric Della, Baths, Complete Service. and Western Meats, Poultry, Game and Eggs. .
.e et architecture to learn artistic nud their delicate !bucks to become cramp Mall Orders Receive Careful Attention.
harmonious exterior: designing, then ed or distorted and who WUlllot' thu ,The 'Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida.. .
for Interior go dowp Into the! Interior hot fnt glare down Into their defense- ._,,Mg Jefferson Block, WEST PALM BEACH.
own common leu*tittle eyes. Give them,every chance T.kecm*at the paled Depot tad wk tl&.CooJUotof to atop at the Tt teler lll-l bR' -
t lour leas+, [1'xrya': to crow: up strong and healthy.
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SERMON\ OF REV. S. D. PAINE.Ai The forces of evil: alcholism, bad literature What Joseph Jefferson thinks of Palm I "Kspectnlly, Mr. Jefferson when one '

---- .. -. -, Sabbath profaaalfon, love of' Beach as a Winter Resort. ii fishing?" I TROPICAL
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the. Wi>.,t Hlitu C..intr..it.tiimal ChurchMiiKlay !greed.! Good forces on our Hide: God, -- .. ---- WHKW: ONB: IS 1 M8HIIWJ .
Morning JaiL nth angels; church, all good men and wo "In all my travel and experience! I "Exactly .\)." answered the celebrated .

--_......-- men. Be an optimist, not a pessimist. have never seen or beard? of a placu, comedian his face again,! ,lighting up \\\t\ ')
t, Rev.> S. D. Paine preached a New Thank God (*>r the past- go forward. that can compare; in natural l aud Acquired with interest "But I wouldn't, say till Fe'a, :Est te EX l ul' : n v
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4: Years sermon last Sunday morning to a Fourth< go forward in the Christian attractions, with : : of all kinda of fishing Now, when one : ::'; ':
good sized congregation at the West. life. All life is a growth. You cauuot Joseph Jefferson was the speaker. We 19\' out at the end of the pier wit'' a bam ,',,",," "I.,,' ,'""/, '\"I"l'I1." ,'; ",,>i<: I\ \. ('"
Pnlui Beach Congregational church. stand still. Do. tar more for Christ and were sitting'n the 'verandahs'\ of hi. I wer-head shaik or *' big: amberjackrushing \ I: (I, .,N'l1iIi1.i1M f: ,1;.I't, ,I}'." r\; ,I', "I'i.)"J J
r founded the humanity this pretty cottage just north of The Break W I *' : ; i ,'I'' ?;. ," 'I"
; Ills sermon was on 14th year j out to sea with one's book, MC"TOALF ManAr 'JW "
ijth I to build the great ers. The monotone of the surf was In I 0 ., ,: k i. !:" ;. '
Chapter of Exodus and verse: am trying up 'life is strenoue, an Mr. Roosevelt says ,I' ') : ,
"Wherefore crlest unto me, speak unto cause of Christ in the world-not so our ears, the ocean lay' before us. In a But thin/ is not the Mud of fishing Hike ., : \ e; "I ))11" \\hI,e' .j
: the Children of Israel that they go much my little Insignificant sect. The great, sweeping line on either hand beat, I prefer mine to be quieter and w. -- il rY":
Church of Christ takes ia all who love I stretched the yellow sand and the white ) ,
foiward. more philosophical; more }fn the manner ; r '
lrI: Away back in the twilight of history the INrd Jesus Christ in, sincerity and I front of breakers. An afternoon wind of this gentle/ plimcatoi l l efforts of the Certified'1 YrHhs ..

Jacob sent his sons to Egypt to buy corn truth. No matter what your came is, that was soft, and lalte1l with the strange immortal stink Wallou. To go aboardmy [ ., : ,
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on account of the famine in Canan. The if you have the spirit of Christ you area fragrance of the Ilea, stirred gently launch, Marion, In company with __ .'" ',: I I'I, ".Ii"''J' "''i! \ I !
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eons met their long lost brother Joseph Christian The Congregational Church day was the first of January. two or three raretold friends, and skim : ''" ,;, ,i' ri.Iii '
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who was Prime Mti, isler of Egypt. The del!'t ask you.to believe more than "Do you feel this breeze t" asked Mr. the shining bosom of Lake Worth, with I : ""I"" ." I I
father and his children tame to lived Christ demanded. That was to love Jefferson, his eyes: lighting with enthusiasm the green shore) ou either Hide, till we Desirable Investment ""Tracts :; : '
with Joseph. God with/ all your heart, soul), might, "Do you catch the\ fresh odor reach the inlet and then drop our t"111" \' ;:.,:,;,; : r \' ,

:'1 1 After a time they grew to be over two mind and strength.; That is the first of the ocean P It makes you breathe and wait for bites, breathing the, pure Truck-Farming w' t 'has ,>' ':>.' '( IPineapple i -
'( millions of people. Pharoah, afraid of and great commandment.; The second deeply, doesn't it P Well, It is the typical air, absorbing the beautiful scenery, : > .
,t., the growing numbers, oppress them. It I like unto It-that is'just as important: and prevailing Palm Beach breeze., basking In the sun, and dreaming;.day TC'':::K'fe'J i.1; :, ; :t
Life is hard. They look for help. No Thou shalt love thy neighbor thyself. the breath of the Gulf stream, bringing / dreams, perhaps, makes it seem to me- PropertiesWest .

,. help comes. Osiris nor Isis, the gods of No church is better than Christ and has' with it the warmth of the trop about as perfect a day as we mortals call; .; 1 \, )" '1 I, I,
the Egyptiona, won't help. Pharoah no authority to demand more than the ics and all the tonic of the ocean. It is hope for here below. "I,' .d: '.'.,..., ,I" ," ,(,", ,
will not. It looks datk I Great Teacher. the special and peculiar'" properties of "We almost always catch fish, for Palm Beach l"ots" ';'',;' :r :" "";
wind that make not as! a : ,
? Help is coming ; a baby boy lies in an If you want to know my creed I will\ this me say there are few places better )for the sport '
ark of Papyrus in the Nile. His sister give It to you in the dying words of a hyperbole, but as a conservative statement than some of the spots I know. ;PU : -V r.'... ". .' I' '1"'r" 1 ,) I .

watches over him. The daughter of Pha. drummer boy at Fredericksburg. The of fact, that right here we have a what if we. don't catch fish? ;NIbbles Vacant and Improved;."" ; ,, ';,; \;, '1
I finer climate than anywhere else lu this ,, ,, : :
roah adopts him. He is educated at boy was dying in the hospital The will do. If catching fish were all there ,' "
and fine In the : : ,, .' "
r Ileliopolls: the city of the sun, At 40 Chaplain said, "My boy are you a I country, as as any was in fishing, the charm oC( one of the Beautiful River-Front : '
years of age be flees from Egypt. We Christian? "I trust law, Sir." "What I w.orld. most alluring of sports wouldfor me; Properties: j :R i '
see him sitting at a well in Arabia, church do you belong to 1" "The Church GOOD AIR TO IJBKATHa. be quite,missing., You can -ace- that Jam .,_ :.i 't'
where he meets his future wife; tends I of Christ. Sir." "I mean what persuasion "The explanation? Why, it ia: very fond of angling I have fished for Indian River Lake Worth : <" ,
the sheep of his father-in-law Jethro. ?1" lie lifted bis dying face to the simple. You doubtless know that along many years. If .1 should ever have a tf': .?r, :

I "' At 80 years of age, the time when : Chaplain and said: "Persuasion t I am the coast in the North an east wind controversy with one of my friend* on and Bay Bisdayna: ): rb: i.1r.; :: :'':' ;<',:;\ : ;

most men are ready to die, Jacob com. persuaded that neither life nor death, ..briu&s rain and damp air. Yet this air our respective merits as anglers I might '1 ,. 't : ., I I '
niences his lifework. Hr- 'goes to Pha : principalities or powers, things present | is good to breathe it is ocean air, pureas remark, ia a paraphrase of Shakespeare, 1'1 :'
}' roah, and demands the emancipation of nor things to come, nor height nor t! falling/ suow, strong wall the pristine' 'I said an older* not a better fisherman, ,Splendidly Equipped, 'hotel ; 'jJ lrr: "" r,
t'' the Hebrews. They go out. They are depth, nor any other creature shall be |I strength of. the Old Man, of the Sea. Caul UII.' "

F" at the :Red Sea; no escape ; mountains able to separate me from the love of ; But: in the North It is a chilling wind. "You paint good: deal, do you not, located, open the year, arQu.ri' :;;.:
ou each side, the! army of Pharouh back God In Christ Jesus" Human bodies that are not robust shrink Mr. Jefferson ?'" i
of them and the Red Sea in front of That, friends, Is my creed. I want no I from it and shiver when it strikes them. "Yes1; have studio here In the cottage and
them God says go forward. They other .. Here it is a benign wind. The Gulf and have) put a good many Palm doing a paying business.". .. "
march ; they are saved. Hiram leads ---- ; :-- I Stream flowsout in front of us, its west- Beach scenes on canvas. But It is very / :'':"' .,. ..

In the fang of victory.We Labor, Capital, Anarchy, Hell. ern edge hardly a mile away. You can difficult, in fact wholly Impossible, to dr .\f'j"J! commence another God has see It, marked by a line of white caps, them justice. look for what ( :r'''.! At"" is
year. Just at tbose'gTent Write you want,, (enclosing atftinp./ ) ; '; 1 ,, fl. 1
been good to us. Let this be onr motto: The following summary of conditions I when the wind is blowing from the mountains of violet clouds hanging out Send .iii,
la the field is going the the current Well, us a description of-any desirable,property. : havo Hot( .raIe..- ,,ts; ,
Forget the past ; go forward. newspaper north aid against there over the sea, with the More depths ";"" "". .' ,. .
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First in prayer. Prayer is a mighty rounds of the sympathetic country press: I this Gulf Stream takes the chill from the beyond. What human painter could I

power; cannot explain it. I know itisa An editor works 365V) days in a year east wind and makes it balmy without portray more than faint suggest Ion of l'4''; : ?t
fact-have tried It. Bible history lull to get out 52 issues of a paper; that's,I robbing it of a particle of its invigorating their grandeur ? Look at this ocean, : Jlf

of illustrations: Jacob at the brook ; labor. ozone* And so, the east wind beingthe with the,,aft ruooa sun shining on it I The Phoenix Fire ApplianceINCOBPOILATED h 'T- ,
1. Hezekiah and the poultice of figs ; the Once in a while somebody pays him I prevailing one here, we almost always Who could pal lit. It: truly J' Even the
triumph of Elijah on Mount Carmel ; a year's subscription; that's capital. have air that is soft,yet bracing.Of tropical groves and trees and plants her >

Peter: liberated from prison. Don't neglect Once in a while some son of a gun I course, the nest and north winds defy the painter's art. And the sunset ( ) tr '/! S

t prayer. takes: the paper a year or two and van. come now'and then, and they are colder, are, of course, beyond all description ,.
Second, forward in Bible research yet not so cold as fn other place in its
k go shea without paying for it; that SUNSBT: FRCMt THP PIER. Owners and Sol Manufacturers of '
r Study the Bible 4the Monarch of books. But later on Justice will auarchy'l latitude, for they are tempered by the "I was standing at the outer end of .

I It needed U a it.Divine Nature Revelation.is not sufficient.The world Bible last named creature, for there is a place I Everglades."There Is" something soothing and the pier the other afternoon when the t'
sun was sinking and twilight was com The Phoenix Dry Compound Fire ExtinguIshsrJF
where be will\ get his just deserts: that's
is true ; its prophesies are true ; its hell. lulling In the life and atmosp here* :Mr Ing on. First was the deep-hued ocean,
t history true; its wonderful preservation -_ .eo Jefferson ?" and then the 'shore, showing for miles Patented April 3311), lsoa. ? tii
; its effects on nations and individuals Furnished Houses to Let. "There is indeed 'It is a haven from the ribbon of sand and the dark trees ...
the toils and cares of existence. I have and the Glen of gleamidg breakers. The .
I Third, go forward in Christian activ- We have some furnished houses to let found it so, I am tempted to say"-Mr. shadow of night veiled this coast line In CX!>@@ .

.1 ity. God saves the world through bu- for the coming season at from $300 to Jefferson smiled -"that Palm Beach/ a ethereal blue that made it seen !like an ',. '.' I \' .' I .. '. .:' !:'.' '
man instrumentality. It means down- {600 each. Address The Tropical Real I place 'where the .wicked cease from enchanted laud The trees atoodaharp "-,

right hard work; plenty of opposition. Estate Exchange; for particula- troubling and the weary are at rest,' cut and still against the glowing western A. G. BAIN; Ag ej::' : '
sky, as if they were soldiers ranged to : : ; _

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;.-1' a wonderful pleasure In scenes Office in Schmid Block* I V. ;,'\ .) ';; ,:t"f." \' i
like these, a pleasure that is shadowed, ,., "..... I I :' .f.Jjt:\
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Ir are fleeting and can never be reproducedor \Vest PalrnJBeacla: : Florida : t:'!:" '
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beauties of Palm. Beach can be formed by
g'' '* We are now located in the person who have never been here. 'Six H0LL 13 X'

years ago I heard enough of this spot to JHMESBUILDER "

feel a desire to visit it. I had little Idea _.-.a0J .
of staying, of making a home here J I sy'
: I I If bad been In the habit of spending my WEST. PALM BEACH, 0 FLORIDAThe ; ., a
Jefferson Block winters Louisiana, and' Imagined that I.-tf
in this country 'could find no more delightful
place: than my plantation there.

f II -- I Louisiana was mistaken place, I Pleasant have' found as It was pleasanter my AI Tt i/ Kaufmann Photographer

L IL ILC at Palm Beach. I have found a _
I Studio' In
Schmld Block, jUpstalr*
better climate, good as the other is, and

g ? greater natural beauty. And so" I did 1-8-tf WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.
stay, aud I intend to stay. As the boys
"This Is good enough for me."
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Sewing MachinesI
"And fur all others, too, I am quitesure. ,
The man or woman who plays $" .
7 sell direct front the Factory ;
golf who likes to bathe aud swim, ti The Celebrated Schubert Piano, with Mandolin Attachment, p'
I sail, to ride a bicycle, to hunt game and The Conover Pianos, the Cable Pianos! ;
II KNOX STRAWS .11.11E catch fish large and small; who is fond The Kinxsbuty Pianos the Wellington Pianos, r" + h
I-- The Chicago Cottage OrgAn, In twenty-nine styles. ;+
I; : of social gaiety, or prefers to while away At the- Very Lowest Prices and on Liberal Term.
the hours in quietness by the ocean or Catalogues! aud Prices Furnished on Application.

lakeside, or in the tropical groves: may CM' Instruments Taken In Eichanga =*- Ue Celebrated Singer Sawing Machine .
Indulge 'these recreations to his or
_ h E Will be Ready for Inspection 3 3E her heart's cbnlent. And as a general Naedte.I iuidAtt chmont fur all" kinds proIDp 0'.Attent Rewlnlr on.Maehtnee i. Mall Order will receive .

? setting for these pleasures Is natural COIU.AVH. DAND' 11th ST.
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t ,E beauty enhanced and developed by the 1.Jl-tf '

\. expenditure of great sums of money
PE J&NUHRY 15 3 and by the'moat excellent taste. I haveno
hesitation In saying. that Mr. Flagler
deserves the gratitude, not only of the G.W.S.BELLn
i. I' people! ( who come to Paint Beach and of '

f.f those who live In Florida,, bat of the Contractor and Builder

.. I whole country, because be has given the Y;
United States a winter resort that Is '
equaled by none, a resort that should WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDAThe
and does arouse patriotic pride .in the
erection and repairing'! Buildings of alt descriptions Kino personal
hearts of all. '
"To my mln/t.Jbe mere making of ON APPLICATION All work well and FURNISHED. .
Btos. money meani little in reaching the true done. References given If desired. .'

rl t 1 Mnthony J standard of success in life. I know of t.a-tf'Residence on :Evernla Street. near Lake Front.p.. o. Box .',6r.. i t "'
lii men who are worth millions whom I .
regard as failures I-believe that the -
Palm :Beach West Palm :Beach MiamiAMTMOIfTtl pending of money real constitutes a truer
t. test of man's success than the making Lumber and
) 01 It. :Mr. Plaster has made Palm Building Material

: ,. ,!" I't' Beach; we owe him thanks, and so will
= our de.ICendantll.-Sl'eclar Cor In .. Everything in< the
Building Line .
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Lime Sash Nails -
SHOES ----
11 i 'O ARK ((0) Good Investment Property.At cement Doors Paints } U lId er3' Hardware

'IA 'i: \ 1ILEIf'1' sALeaFN :r" Miami. for limited time city lots, Turned
/k.i i1@Xi) ,. !tc improved orunlniprored\ can be bought House Orders a Specially Work Bld Mnl r'r P
/ It figures ranging from $40 to '3,000.fbf'le Work of all Kind i

; I/0 ............... t1A1A1AA1AAtA1AtaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAIAAA r t It the are prices bargain that: investment will buy them.properties Ad. GEO. F..PADDISON Eau Gallia u
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