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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 22, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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'..Vol.. 1, No. 62. iUSfcrl::.. MIAMI, FLORIDA, MONDAY FEBRUARY,22. 1904. C Price 5 Gents t

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ANOTHER ACClDEirr.Ruulaa EMPUOTER3 r .
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GRINS I r raJNISCENCESlOFSOUTHERN I JIVE SEAMEN
I Cruiser Rnn.oa Rock and in And Discuss the Relations Between
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Slipping off< Saab bor and CapitaL'
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Chefoo. Feb. 23-The German steamer Indlanapolto, Feb.-23 The ant annual -

& : NEUmilTYMay Pronto.'has Just arrived hen from [ FLAGS convention of the ClU_'. ladus-j LOSEtlFE(

Dalney and reports the loss of anothersmall trial Association of America began \

) Russian, enI8er'by acddeatThe I J. hen today.. The address of the Pre.- I
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ship to said to have ma. on rocks aDd ". ideal D. M. Parry was the feature of b i t .

.lippinginto/ deep water Bank. j the program and be discussed the features

f fine The Russians deny;the {report that And Their History! As Read Atfe. U. G. V. Re-union. between labor and capital. \
/ be Broken l atny| ByDrow FromWreded
a thonsjad Japanese Pigeon Bay ;1'' He urged that employers should not

; have been annihilated. L WacoTex be Influenced except by fitness at labor \
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i Says Minister :.ot. Troops an being rushed to the Tain I requires. and declared that capital Schooner Befit
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river wit h aU posaiblsTapeed. has the right to employ whom It sees -

f ,uei IL". The P onto, la leaving Port' Arthur I i flt. as lafor has to dispose of Itself., i fro weH Today.: ,

for DeJney to take The general sentiment of the delegates
with Hg>tat on .
An 'Interesting Article On Ib" OI4'Taced And Torn Rags So '
was.find oa'by (be Russians that association take a poslUoa .

i fifteen shots striking 'her upper Dear tothe Hearts of Those\Who Battled For the, oa the eight hoar bill and that \ .. .' 'J
works. The Russlsns afterwards' explained 1 the United States Senate should be
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CHINESE' LOVE NESE : Lost Close An Incident' T t Miami I urged to hear the LIfE SAVERS POWERLESS
.; the Incident by aaylng that --- $ During, : 1 report o/ the employers

they had mistakes' the Pronto for a before taking final action. .
Jr' I' the Spanish-Ameriam War. 1:
iv' f' Japanese. torpedo boat. ; I \
I ll i i 'I .I. TH4 ROTAL PALM HOTEL. oj '. '
A HEARING TOMORROW. I -
r At DM*! Want, t' ,; : :4 Editor Walton of the Tltnsvllto Advo- To Render Aid On Accountof, Fog \

Possible Bruce' Andrews Will Be Arraigned for Lest We Forcef-HKJpUnc). groans that silver or white or red wasBoaBraldie. l I cats tells all about It, And \1"
It : to 1'- Heavy Seas-Only Two of
JLovett. .
Striking T. J\\ The warrior's banner takes Its It was criticised oa the i
drriscr irons that It almost The Hotel Royal,Palm. Miami, under Grew Sonhv.
Russia Brace 'Andrews, the young white flight\ to creet. the warrior's soul"Ryan with the;Turkish was flag. Those and Identical other the.able and popular management. ., Another ', Vessel

{' -Gema Steamer ked On By .'man' confined In the:! county Jail for' pc tfoi objection,while falling to attract of Mr. Henry W. )Merrill has'surely And Crew Perish JU Long.Branck.
; I' 1 aa assault oa the person of T. J. Lov During the Spaalsa-Amerlcaa war. a attention of the been "scooping la tourists" this winter ;
naval
Abe
commaaoen. -
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I.' 'ett oa the tndjln twjir; be given .i battalion of a Texas regiment marched canse attentions to be made for on several occasions the house 1 1Jlu' New Jersey.

1 ti preliminary bearing tomorrow before 1 to Cocoanut Grove and for about sU la thejortgmalJ/ which the Legislatureadopted overflown ...UIt&.1! Thto was '
1- Judge Hey.er. I the remodeled no exception oa Saturday jlaat when 'M..?
hours bivouacked eu the enclosed .: pattern
1 It win be remembered that Andrews the editor of this
paper appeared on
as the{(flag of sovereignty' of the State
':- ,New Tork, Feb.l an Interview struck Lovett I In I the tan -with a brick grounds which surround the Peacock of South Carolina the _.,. A big crowd was loa the New York Feb. H-During a dense 44

with the Chinese minister at Berlin on the abate date la Norta Miami and .... There was n brave display of The;revtsed South Carolina flag had train, earoute to the Royal,,!Palm, aid fog two vessels went ashore'today:oae

a World dispatch gash him aa say- that Lovett died about aj week later standards National. State and regimental the cross of Std George In blue as Its upon their arrival at Miami the toulata near Heliport. L. L, and the:other Bear'
f. tag "Chinese aeutralliporary tooaly... la]: Jacksonville, after he I had canned It tempted me to display the filled, three omnibassea and numberless '
chief quartering, the cross emblasoaed Long Branch N. J.
and no one can tall'what a day I Andrews I arrest aad thea failed to appear Stan and Bart of the South. ,Among carriage Mr. Merrill as usual
both
forth, "map: be exty the men-and there were oa Its upright and transverse The Ant vessel to the three mast+d
may bring against him. young many with. alte stare corresponding la was on the steps of the Royal Palm. 'I'
petted to declare any .neutrality I{ tt to alleged by friends and:''relatives nut over eighteen yean of age-there aid gave an a hearty welcome la Lori schooner Benjamin Cromwell of Poet:
number to the
umber of States la theSoatbers
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not possible rant desired.He '# i i iJna of the deceased that"the [:blow be received were few who knew the flag. After awhile Chesterfield style The next thing was toad. Me, bound from Charleston to'
Confederacy. Another alter.attoa I
also said that < admin caused his death. Immediately one of the yu::cLt cr.? It. and I to find room for so many people m Halifax. N. 8,.with lumber The mam
: fra* that the small star la white
M1 Japan red aympathtoef 1th their eiT upon'receipt' of.Oala information from asked me to let him have It. saying be Chief Clerk MeAuHffe had Ito do the of the other vessel to unknown.
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appealing on the original flag near ,
torts Jacksonville Sheriff Frobock reunate -. was a grandsoo of Sam Houston of beet be could by placing extra beds and f The mate of the c omwell' was
I the enseeat. was substituted la the
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(' Andrews and be has since been la' Texas and wanted to carry: with him cJ cot la many of. the bedrooms This. drowned and one man reached aaoreon
Oaf sovereignty by a white palmetto '
JAPSWILLWUT I the officials awaiting1 to Caba. I could tot refuse. I talked a piece'of lumber. The other
Jan. further action I* said to be the best season the Royal are

I by Lovetfi ...1atfft&.jBo] far nothing ..tII' many ot the boys They were tree" _;. # Palm ha ever Dad.and we,. an told elinglag to the wreck la the bop that. v

And Thoroughly Organ the ArBiyi has lien heard)i from teem and nearly all children .or grandchildren I national flag. of the Sonth- the hotel ha bad over 1tOOore the life Karen can rescue them.,'

Says Baron Ha, ashy Andrews win be given trial tomorrowand of Confederate veterans. They said,' era' ederaey was adopted at, llontAlav. guests so far.thaa "'ft'1oN., The I Repeated attempts of the life laving

London.' Feb. '-Late t advice unless evidence; produced against. they wanted to fight Spaniards and not i : .' .. Marcia 4, 1861. and' washolsjjfc hotel seem to be getting more popular 'crew to reach'the men have proven a

1 bin of a1 nllldt aatnn he will dig\ palmettocs for Mr. Itagler I I to the summit of the staff on unsuccessful and a close watch to be"TTkeprfor -'
.ftt .bi Baron H s 4 J gee a ever winter,._and_ ..by. the time the season : .
.tauter-Dera;;'s lead 'him 9.i *. dlsehargsd'f"mr- :r!" sat' told. 'them I,ioougii'l tbaTw'as"easier tae cafWol BklHlng1 tq.thaten.f. ctoMu. between"4 .Mo and 50Ovi0 [' any';"that might 'eoaa1"-- '

..' wal two or three '1 r sad I safer thaa digging trenches and L, C Tyler daughter of ex-President will have left their autographs on the !. ior*.

months Japaneso before troop*nndertak may ig aggresslv*] WILL WALK.TO ST}. LOHS. dodging Uanser bullets. They did Dot 1 Tyler, pulling the cord which sent.the hotel register. Manager Merrill baa The other vessel to also a three mast

relish the land at Miami for Stan and Ban cUdl.IIlorIouI, np ed schooner and she began to breakup
onrraUonsj/ In Manchuria Heasld: H f. clearing the happy faculty of making people ,
George W. Brown \vm 'Tramp The the pole la the
found Russia arse1y t" their camp alto-wanted something presence of a multitudewho feel as If they wen In "a home{ from almost Immediately after going on
We Distance on Wager ;Ipt |500.
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unprepared, that 1 ouU' not ] more heroic notwithstanding the tact greeted the sew Bag. with deafening home4 that. combined with a the beach. She to now practically a
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surprised the Japanese 'troops .Peo! W. Brown (f foresee. 8. C. that their faders had told 'them whatIt cheers.The variety of amusements,: a gentlemanly .total. loss. The fog and heavy sea'

content :: wit .sU illshtngf a_ec4ored' man, win < ndeavor to walk was to eat parched corn, and march act of the Confederate Congress staff of employees, 'land a beautiful made: the work of the life saving crew

a thorough orgaalxatloiIng and jsdvane- from this dty'to 8t xwls' on n.wager la tatters following Lee and other heroes la session at Montgomery ,Ala, I de section of country, all tend towards extremely dangerous but they ,triedheroically .'

the railroad| towar the Taluirepared of, iSOO. According fo Br owt's state- la tray time, the great'heater e'tltat the flag. of the Confederate drawing and holding tourist to say to reach the crews of the

**> unr. ,' T j meat'the money wan placed 'by two had obliterated made them forget and I States of America shall consist of a nothing of the fine winter climate Mr. doomed vests.LATERfve.

Russia appear ken tJbelieve tourists and he win start 'a his tramp la fact gilded over all the old scan. red Held with a .white space extending William MeAuHffe still shows his genial men were drowned

was China la 1N. I only1jUuough Wednesday and mnW reach 8t Louts Bat after ail BO flags; such M the Palmetto hortjootally through the center and countenance behind the offlce desk from the wreck of the Benjamin Cromwell .
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: three train n day can 1iI ru ,W May St Stan and Ban Bad Southern I equal la width to, one-third of the and does his best to give everyone only' two of w".eves being rescued

to lIuda ta... Suppose' thes*| an asR I ,He. to (o start 'without,'*money and Crass ever floated oa land and sea over width of the Sag the red space above rooms 'to their taste. Mr. McAulTffeto from the breakers .. ,they came

equally divided.between aid mist collect SSOO while en route..Thfsmoney a people :who fought more honestly and below to be the same width as one of the proprietors of the famous ashore. The schooner: to fait breaking

supplies, aa to accessary 2T could he to donate I to the foreseerS and,sturdily for Inherent rights -and .the white a canton, of blue extending Sinclair hotel, at Bethlehem N. H.. .P.

sot: possibly strengthen ier.tired force .j C. colored school f Brown to a fine prlBdplce and these flags should be downward through the white space and and to' widely known In the ?apedStates.

before. AprIL The Japanese naval appearingmaking athlete"! fedsieapable of till dear to Southerners. They should .stopping at the upper border of lower He to no newcomer to Florida, FOREIGN VESSEL ASHORE. i

coup was so successful but I"thlak h* long trip/ according, to not be'forgotten. Sad It to that' the red space. la the tenter of the blue for he was chief clerk of the old Bt Steamer Shlaaeeock- Reporta Large i

Alabama's colors were not reamed canton stars corresponding IB number James Hotel Jacksonville for several
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the
,: the troop will take r: own schedule. 1 .tSTA I Steamer Fast OB Alligator Reef.
-Shallow Islets beim hoses over they were never struck but went down to the number: of States la the Southern years Others connected with the ofllee t

an retardi g the disembarkation ofour 11 1KB FOUXD GUILTY. with the gallant ship. Confederacy most be placed la a aI11_ Gardner Simpson..Free CaptalB HaBkm of the steamerShlBBeeoek.

; troops. TItle Is esJectony truest I swk.-L i I send )'OIl'a description and some circle, the circle Indicative of perpe- u... Bathrick. BelI&ID,. Roberts, etc. which arrived la port yesterday
tf James E. found guilty of history of tile Flap of the Confederacy tuity.
Port Arthur when tie landing : {afternoon from Key West reports I
1oe. murder to) the secon decree Saturday la s clipping from the Philadelphia The Brit flag SATURDAY'S RACES.
troops to Imposstole owing to bore seven stars that that a large ateamer to ashore 4
A ,Tbe only naval eo t th< by the jury trying him for the killing North American. being the number of States In the Confederacy oa Alligator Reef about 7S mile from then
The F. Jax Won and Is Now In Line .
I John l In
eg FAng Jacksonville. September
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Baron\ expecto. "la theft ear fntara' ; Tours faithfully at the time the Stan and and that her position appeared
I possible! attack cal the (..last Tbeleasf was sense J. W. E". ban became the Southern Bag by:enactment for the Merrill ,Cup. serious (

.fiat; by a' powerful 'J9' Uoaal and the ant trial d Ia a Cocoanut Grove. Feb;; It, 104. at Montgomery, Ala. oa'the The dory races-Saturday afternoon The Teeeel to either a Spaniard or

a flotilla at Port Arthur. L mistrial after the jurf us. bad ben sittingeMrvea -' date me.tloaed above. Later It .became wen fully as Interesting as those Norwegian and to lylag_broadside on
c .l day The following paper oa the various
'. y f customary to make fags with thirteen previously sailed and were witnessed" the reef with a heavy seal( breaking
THE VENEZUELA Ci.AIU.Great Bags of the Lost Cause was wrltteai stars, one for: each of the eleven over her.. A tramp steamers! and
:, seceding by many spectators from the east end several -
: t WILL VISIT CUBA.Mr. Camp'd
t by the historian of Pat debume I
,Britan. Germany i od Italy' Share -11 .1:. .. appeared printed oa. the official States,' Jove for Maryland and of the Royal Palm verandas ap4 from other craft.were atandlaf|;by. but
la Custom Di CIa Henry M. Flatter experts to take one for Keatwky. and la some Instances the Boulevard. Then wen but' tour oa account of the heavy ass could not
of
+ programme .the reunion at Waco.Texas. .
f his guests' Whitehall for a'trip-to i' the Stan and Ban bore fourteen contestants: and while the time[made get close enough to give a.puIL.

*.... Hague.'..... -' e arUtnUoatrtbmaal Cuba this.week, Oa.'start to,be"nudefrom 'The;flrst'flag 'Indicative of secession stan. the State of Mlseourl belsg was sot as fast as la some of the previous ,'The 'Shlaneeock did not pass close

t havtjdeelded I a the Ytaee.lp" ben.Thandayi Those going besides Included la the Southern coBsteflaTke races. It was good and exciting enough to distinguish the vessel's name
was raised at ,Charleston s. c.. December ,! nationality.
t.=. claim that the th ee bkwkadlngpowers. Mr. and Mrs Jft. M. Flagtor an 11. iM.. oaedaj; prior to the' UoL I to pertldpaats and spectators alike. and She appears to blight

Great' Britain. Germany"fcnd llr.. and Mrs. W. A. Dick and Mr. of South Stan and BareS to be the The entries ..4. time wen as follows and evidently went OB the. reef
aa ordinance whereby
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passage
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Saturday
Italy have a right to i preferencrof Frederick T.. Martini from legal national flag. oa May 1. 18CX an; : BightImmediately
Carolina withdraw the Federal
)er eat of the cm torn duties 'at IJ | ;; act :of Congress passed oa that date J', Jax. apt; Percy Cavtn. John OB his arrlTsI here the

r. r"Guain and Puerto Cnbelta. The ,litigants ii,| MUNICIPAL ) TINICL 0 Union aDd .declared Its Independence.The substituting another flag hereafter to Brown and Jeff.'Ca.uer; ant time.' captain of the Shlaneeoek reported '
I. to field of solid red
flag with I
:- an to pay tile costs.Tbe .. [{Mayor SeweD hadj five vlolaten of a aereeeeat be described, but while the Stan and 30:30. the vessel to Key West and!Tampa
and star la white
;: 4 United """'." city tow today. Three answered to theaR a quartered :I Ban by the subsequent enact meat t I:. Jax. CapC Layton. C.: St1I..ad ...- and also aotlOed Captain Frow of the

U carry out ::::1- trtbun- repeated charge tf "4 and d." aid la.the upper the Bag right. to hand not known corner.to Whodsstgs.d this I,!ceased to be the flag. of the.:Confederate A. Coachman: second time KJ.1L I tug Klondike who has been U Port for ,.

0>.;.wo others' rod Mcycles la a tadsot States of America, to the end of the A. Jax. Capt. Kelfferman.. A. P. Ce several days aad the Klondike, wentto
: reckless ;'maaaerpFlBea; aggngat- writer; a number of Charleston ladles'f.war. It floated OB many fort I and wascarried lack F. Frost: third time 17.441. sea last Bight bound for the ., ...
the material made It oa the
; WASHINGTON BALL lag $ L00 were Imposed. purchased I by many regiments :It to probable D. Jax. CaptJ! Kemper. Mr. ..Milt. r ded vessel. "
I described and ran It on the
patters up
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.r--- .. 1 '-iz Watson fourth time 6S.4S. i
err that when rather ii. ;
Ryan]wrote
i OraanWatHotel Royal tan staff of the custom bouse. Its dl.melons I ROOMED OCE3T8: ON
W1 I#e +: RECKLESS'Bl cLI RIDING STEAMER.
t Immortal requiem of the Lost Cause By winning this race apt :Carr 111A.
feet la I
( Pata Tonight j were eight .length -
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he had n baa captured two first places with :the
mind the ] Stan
flag of the
7ole wing _t.lta cnMoM the Royal IThe city Buthoritiea should take Immediate aad sis feet broad. I The steamer Shlnneeock was tamednto
and Ban. I F, Jax. and puts him la line to win
Palm wilt'celsbrate Waaningtoa's steps to stojp the reckless b4eyele Later It became the naval flag. of I j jI a: dormitory' or' annex for the

Birthday tonight with a grand ,baH riding on thel streets by negro South Carolina, aDd continued such'to I The Beauregard battle Bag to the the cup offered by Mr. H. W. Merrfll !TMJ\I P"'BJ Hotel, and twenty-five

sad patriot1 supper la the ball room. i boys."Thto mornlnJ two lady Tldton" the close of the war. Those made for .:best known emblem of the Lost auk for the. boat taking three race (bisseries. guests ;,were roomed aboard her that "

Today a large force o workmen have i wen ran Into by a[j-half grown negro the aavy wen forked at the end. The and the history of'Its origin ;to exceedingly wild not be accommodated at the !
The scheduled for
race today hasbeen
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bees eagaged U preparing for the oeearpsto at .the comer of Twelfth street and South Carolina privateer Dixie flylag Interesting. It .was designedjointly betel JUt Bight"Thto to further_evKdenes t
called off and win be sailed
.... J a.n /tlad .tara> w a :Avenue 8;'... barely escaped serious the star and crescent flag engaged the by General Pierre Gustave lathe that the present tourist season

Ten ravsi and the I taterlor detorated Injury., One of the ladies. was knocked United States battleship Keystone. State Toutaat Beauregard and Colonel Wl regular schedule next Saturday af- to the,grate Ia the history 1 fit the
ternoon.
: ,with royal palm: eaves tryJusdrsrtom do.n but fortunately -........ BO and after a terrtfle fight In which the Item P. Miles, of Ceneral Beauregard's's State.

other ........e. aad conkeC.Q serious; Injury. TheJ negro was riding ,Keystone. suffered terribly the Dixie Mad Injheraldle; terms the battle flag. KLONDIKE CHARTEREDThe
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J..e )unfit'. 'were{ placed to tend at. ft rapid speed and nag BO bell to I..s captured !I la a slaking a mdItlcs. consists of a field of red lad quartered Seminole Ctubjof f' Miami aad Palm LEGAL HOUDAT.AO I

!c at ass to the Been*.; .._.... his approach. If thus reek- Its enUn'ere ]betng dead. or disabled :thereon a broad- blue saltier,bordered I Beach baa chartered the yacht ,Klondike the eoBaty-sad aatloaal office
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The seal, promise t*| be;one 'of'tkebrtHtoat toss riding' to allowW to'continue'nto I from' ......,) with ,white both ban of the Mae white;I ntn March If aad will vat her art closed today la commemoration eC "

aid and fn 1r'v1, *' Bier! only a question ot time.Wan some I The critics objected to the,red Sag 1 exclusively foij the ,....,. of its Washington's Birthday aad M a insult

CtroB at thto SB* wm. be badly hurt ,with Its sum ,.euarterUgi on the (CoaUaaed' 'oa fourth pag.) '...... there to lathing dotac.'
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hf. A TELEPHONE THAT LISTENS i, away, ttwss ada !'.etrifT dJI > '
mugTORTIrTATz Browa. J.L. ; C1Dc. H. UBurdtsej I penis,1. for the most part apparently 1 For Best Met and Choicest Poultry
.. t llcgs l. W. W. Lammua. 1. a.Byingtosf ..... I.._. .. Wbleb ,es ..... .i w, disappointed.
: a. T. LaS&U.: A. 1.Bnd7. lrl. !. TMe8cHflciuc .... i Later 'it was discovered That under (* GO TO >
I.J. elegL .& L. .em.r. c. aDailey. 'liberty to lavenUrtf gen p I _
order Senator
ONet.etwsryw.sryww. c.(Srastord.Mpt an recently betted by
...ler-A saes-.Ilia c."....... B.( II. KcDoDal4. J. A.Buds. Ina. Frank Tbomaa volontarOy Thomas C. Matt of New York president C. H. Raulerson & Co's.

b 1 A--.I__<<.". -.B.-.1I1I1t..... n; e. Msraard. W. C.Brosslsr. pIN a vrll at, police .... 700ea-1 of tbe United States Exprens ,

C--crI Ie I arsdioswCaa..atande.er e. b. D.I Kuller. C.Burdhne Wichita'Kan, where be la company, an employees, Including; vet
M d aee-It(II1 McUL ; x.t Kone Fred 8Backtut.a I la a apptfraro* for reeordlnf' telephoacoovenatioa clerks, most accustom tbenwelres to 18th street. arid .A. :D.
:- 'MniJ.. L rowr, .. la the abeenc of that i the nse of firearms and Id particular I I ,
AAwrrd .. I I.tee it 1..MTIM .......- P. W.i Kqore. T. V.
must learn to shoot with
'. Ge.. ('_pmoIlef. aA..r.eyaiererd Blactma.: E. V. KcDoIIal4 W. H.ChalUe.I owner of the n"tJ'UIIM'IIt1.. tb* straight pistols. 1
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sr. C..artrt.rr d k Times They Carry a Une, of |
"' &aJe.! .. :W. H. KdtlJlDOII. O. A. .Kansas City .1 There U no explanation as why ..
..... N U t1Ie .t..era.r. toy|
1Ar1"Male.A Ots.wrs_r'ad Cohen.. L 'Nelaon. EdwtaCbeatbam. Thomas went ;to Wichita from Nebraska the order was rI...... but tile Instrnc1 1 I FLORIDA AND WESTERN MEATS.

.11:- :' of P to J. 0. Peck. R. 1. a few weeks ago. He Is a thong are being diligently carried ont '
.. t urth.-TI..o I er.or. \
": established the .
business
They here in
: neat
painter by trade. lie was pat la jai April, 1896.
ol MM. Tifinyit uun-f A r4 t j Conrad J. A. Prout. W. W. Cincinnati In the basement of the. ,
s ai.ndwtdPubu.l,(' I-" .** ifnralliira. M4 Su rrtiimctMk. a.t.t P.j C. patter.on. s. 1. there for being drank. When his nt" I Cincinnati office the clerks bare pat .

boor*! rwiwIW wwra. Secnur! Drat Allan R- dollar fine had( been serred oat be': In portion a dummy the shag of a man. 1 I -r
.... ... .. Castonj ParrtaII.
> '
C Mini C '
et twos A \nIloJ.AKOTB.. __J Doug if. B1' Abodes. a; w. went to Chk-f 'Burt and offered to:: A small object ts placed over the heart I H. F. Scruggs- :"

MdIeCtKala-ft I DonI. J K. .. R.oee. c. 1 work for the city In return for a placeto I and the employees are I Instructed: to
ot : and for bis portion of the : practice bitting tbla mark at a rangeof r
trrxxx< W. J. B.EDJoe steep I
BeIUJ.
I from twenty-fire to forty yards.Escb .
..P.Tayt.r,LAM uIt"OOJS'l Dr. G. RulI. .Dr. W. B. prison tare His offer was accepted ;', employee has to practice{ twicea .
.II Cuter,AMOTSUS constructed PLUMB IG AND GAS FITTING .
Now be works at a rudely _
_. H.Makry Amni.it Frta.U I. C.1 R1UIIPh. Ede.Fisasganr week! and must furnish his own plutol. -
K.ear....r 1a CswtJris.a...Y say. sirl4 f"u R. ,s. Rau1enuII. C. H. ,I IFn4er1d table In a detention ceil. .'I I the company furnishing the ammunition. And Dealer in PLUMBING SUPPLIES't

7. .r..w .. (, J. L .....eU. a. G. am trying to Invent .
U. 10AroU. : Fran 1.1"i : .zslbl. J. n. "Y"'t t win attend to a telephone
r T G.risek.A: Pi 4 r. owner 1s .'-tIt." be said to SUMMER HOME ON A ROCK. 1008 Cllendorff Block, Arena. D
U .... _P.Tai &. SulDeI' '
reporter, while bin Ion bony Inters -
.. a *
... G\rtaaa..1.
r. -. .- Lt ImItJa. Julius numberless of ..... TUU .. a. pall r.. s .ew .
r: U.S.CO ci.UI5.u, caatler,- .x.; StoD.1D&IIo 1' B. worked! among pieces .... .....: MIAMI. .. FLORIDA
wood and Meat -If any oe* eeJ1aJOG .1
Onbaa. L Bals.e A. a.: Deeds were recently' filed to James
rim DU M (1. ring Ibe But 04HKAitftuAU ;while you are gone It win tell
up
..*.BoM. w. Dm* P.lM... Gartbl4 c. :8. ft...,.... II.GaJIatt. town. R. I, transferring from William
--' .. .,.,.... 705 when you come back. If,the maa
.... .. .t ., r. e1reD. Jobs who called said anything to loa It T. Blchards to Joseph 8. Levering '

; doxiussiotus.EXATC Gusts. I. B.! 1Iq1DOar. 11. Ii.ortaa& will be there waiting to ..,Itself to Wharton the Dumpling rock upon t4 Wil n Hoielty aWOR2C9

&. Ii. ......, J. P. you. An you will have to; do Is to which a novel summer residence baa
.k WU..t.trs.OWr'a Gtrtmaa. W.t3'' TarDaP. 1. I.Ha1eI. take out your key and unlock a little been started which win occupy the entire -
f t.f' } rock In fact be built to tbe rock. : : :
Montt..J..p.r.lR J. H. : Tat1a. B. B. bos. It will be done by the power of
c.D.r..M.d CMrL J will focus It like II the cellar bebig blasted oat- says a Is hi
vibration. I now
you OventtaoaM Is ready to rsoslfe
....._ ...... el fee sa.rd a Hill L. K. Tatnm. J. H. Newport special' to Ute New York ....... .
with lens. Ton harebearil
Ta.-, .I I I'v. Beth.rlntton.u.r.Wilts.! K. L. focus light a .0 1 .
Tlmea
1I1..i01IL that a. dog trotting acmes a I For Aaytklflc la
s.co Heraerj; A. E. Wall. T. A. bridge would break down the bridge If The, plans show a novel bole, the ,
I -
I Jd.i K. I Hall. W 3Whaler. H. T. be caogbt.the vibration' just I right I j only approach being. by water, there Wood HoToltlo*. *

a UTKteMla DISTklcr.j HaJaD J' W. t Worlejr. Q. A. am J'CIDI' to. catch It right In this Instrument I being little. If any hind outside of thebaJldln 111&011'and door screens, .......

F ( : ll i a.4Pa.Ce sHes.)1 Hughes, D. Wilson J.LWoodworth I bay. been working on I. -. Work was commenced last and door frames, store Iza...., a&air .
Horasr'i' wi J. T.JsekaoLJ this Instrument for three years." autumn and It to proponed to carryon work Inside triaunia*of all kind.I ... .
p... L L p Tula Se.elt: i the construction j I" SHOD as the ..
J(. Jr. Xlmaalw. C. L.umptloej Thomas Is a waLderer.j at home --
R. s. WILSON. :
1glalsZXTATITL beJ weather permits the spring.
IDUI Jones, a.lEIC4PZD: wherever be happens to When be
J. r INIW.1tIar.j. raited.DADI 't- leaves one town to'ro to another Ia.dHtro1' .I The cottage will have Its:front door CONTRACTOR AND BCILDZR.T" .,
> or throws aO pieces of at the bead of a" flight of steps leading
'omCus.l .AX AWPCL TAIL : away runs Ana Ir8CJ no...
GDI XTT from a cavelike formation to the rocks I
the machine. He carries with bim only
r Kr. H. Haggles of I kUtboum*. na..
..-,,rile. a Eo. Marx'.leash. 1t'1'tt..: r doctor Md IM I lad Co.- tbe Ideas. Thomas believes that be I where boats win have a place of safety '
.4'-iy A... .. ._ ... I I1s for landing. The boose to planned
... reached the where his dream
and jnothtac e uU bs done for point
a.4 aster
L.ark C. !o><.ClmUl.=aatdlaahy bran c,-1IJNGr ... I ** fMM op te .... The liar .( to become a reality! He expects j so as to provide the most thorough enjoyment Are You Going to Build ?
"
k.rla.dwa a to tflal boO* of Dr. tone's Hew soon to see tbe Instrument of his Imagination -'(1 of tbe water and sea'air.. and
I .,. ... I laduoJ from Its broad piazzas there will be a
d T:* -Isba UM OeeoenMutt DIscov (-iCoosumpUoo. SMRcfult working. I II

." a =d ice II..aIth.r1a.! !. to try I t were tartlUit- t amBOW I The tools that are carving and formIng continuous succession of marine views so.,or if need building material of any :-
H.Merii. es th. read to tecoTsiy and owe the model of tbel| telephone recorder -' you ...
!!.r l -IItL_ MiKrlaU. .M ./ Pr M lairs an .. I Dr. KWs Mew Diaeoi.,. Itsorsly are a pocketknlfe. a small 'le',!' ..rel Leap Year ClmV you should not fail to see --- .
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",. ._I u4 S.T ef Mertttty Ooutyf sane t_.VW_* t iO I .kiut.CkainudWeil h1a i..ri f-C. Is .-....... ifor aO throat aaj hiaa ..- little tar and pslnt mixed to.erve have formed a leap year club. Those Jl.If
are a ;
A Mr, .,._; LL McDe.rld. r.tfor4IMcker. : w.n( anaruCTlsU. t'rt&IlIotu. trM.I I. of the members who fan to wur the
J.a.arwsU. tllal a. A. C o..awit. the purpovF of glue. AH. nlgbtj
\ LC.t"4r' Cwk w: Aodtter el I; jHis D..... i long Thomas sits at the rode" Uttle hearts and hands of tbe men ol their 1 & Co
I.I.i choice before the first of the year win
with
J;. CO Ilamilton of Michi- r desk covered deeply what looks
br AL n te
pocmt slymli ICDI. flan: like rubbish lie seldom sleeps and te virtually ostracized from the society
t- : i la ID tells tbe following story at his of ,their more fortunate slaters ) .
does It la feW '
when be only for a : I L,
tt DJas sad sttsr esssHssi expend: A farmer had aske*!, and will '
be
a own not tbe
f ; even recognized oa
boars., Dealers Iii La. *.>. 5.1.1... .:.l4l.twCaaJ.t ;Brick.:..
t -.-.. _S.JeMa.TttwfTle.irt Mr.' Jlamilten to:ride with him uC I : street Knowledge of the dab became LU, cesaeat, PPiasor, Hair. Etc:. :

.. A orH c.: r..:Eaffif4} his s+n. | They drove some distance PLATT WANTS MARKSMEN. known when one of the girls proposed Taeds..4 o.a..A_..D sad ilk' east j
.i Pttf ia silence, and then tbe team- I r marriage to a young; man who had
i..... .... ... been paying her att otloaa She Informed .
.... .. nan F Theeongreima O e Hte 1Cs.n Cmmjumrfmplr
,. # .-.......t.a.rw.d Y..da1. 1. r' >6 an.wered,9 H." Then II : ** .. ...'.*... [.. him that If she failed to marry PO WERS'E/] MEAT.MARKET J i

eaf Several shots Bred at short Intervalsat before the first of the year she would .
Ton ain't lawyer
OOC otb the driver: a *
q .1
r.T.haatf.l..sa. noon the other day startled ped.wtij have to entertain tbe other membersat -
J:. H.yss.Mb.i, or Tou'fl be talking You ainla of CtncinnatTs streets a dinner and after that lose tielrortety.
>> on one
't'r.aeauni .at.rzrrJ.T. -,,-MIaaLlltr doct r, or you'd have a satchel Choice lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork.
The
w bear M. dar Wfpr1e ,Tbe shots were fired, U appeared,nn- young man promised to
:Mo.dar 1.ae.weT.rsVlrM .t..u.-r. Von aia't 4 preacher, ,because you der the sidewalk In the basement of, 'roue to her retroe. Kite U the first te Sausage Hams, Poultry etc. ji

l.li t..-.. .M....' Ia tfimtj. i cussed when yon. barked your shin the office of tbe United States Express a.nounre.her. ...ppmeat..ad the other (00 AVEXCE B. ,. MJAJIL FUMMtA

u.{ .LA.DO Tict. aVJJ.J.L getting int. the wagon.' Say mister company.. The policemen .eona wc.f. girls are enviona. |I -
', what Is your profession anvho 'r:
*.s.CbsMi. > 9ft. I .
:
*1 am a politician vsaid ,
W..U a.w.s a. feflBle r4 w S.

f ji CRCs; a DIIJCCTOST..Uaraer ] teamitrr.Hamilton. "HnhJ ain't snorted the tS *M'*** ** FREDK. MORSE
aare..T. Ar M4C sad tab weal=: Politics no profes- ** ; .
s ....., Maru...dlt.Mleetcm. ion. politics is a disorder."
...u IWMe( IS e'IieUI: .
,, ..u .svf.1.IIICIIe Pim..austbf.ware
r
w......., R AD ....1&11'Ia i Two Dog .....- '* J: REAL ESTATE ]J

wag 'I. ,.MUftIr-i. G. n*. Savage and Frank Olin of .
AL Sorra. CWmi Ar
'_ sad ew al Mew ...".. waad M. Wlnfiefd, Kaa;went overland in a 1
... ........ Rates.
day M I p.a: IU M MS.BI.1 Clubbing
'Pwbs\alt L| s>.*nii ap..c. -.t...pa. wagon to tie mountains Near Red 'Offices, asp stairs Cor. Ave.C aad i8..: i
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,. ": us J* FlL *._***. Cliff; poloi. they lost their dog a 'j

11. "....... OefMr J A..... C j: a" 11* poiatci1. One4 day recently the dUt Miami bade Co.., Florida.:
ar..a-rr-III lle'etoek a. *,: "-m-rj arrived In! Winfield. footsorehnn u.a <: : i J
'
SCbMl ..G.... ,'Prssek/sg'at 11 B.'nk j ,
had made of :00
... a trip .... .
[ a- 9. Je.l.e tpwwtl 1nd
] .writ. !
1..+.. ice.Po al: P... awtls ........, mi I | probably' retraced the '. j f :

.-.XAIJ-1 ......;I route Followed by the wagon. The people of Datie County will want all the new f BtAVT BLACKSMITH IXO.BttneAhnelns -.

I .. Mtk However! this story is still revrral this yearns i ii is to be an interesting one, because _bbit ;.Wages ft Carriage Weeks
.'-'..*- ...JH F. B' H, .. '
.. Po res.1. 11'.._, l laps behind a tale told by some lola of the elections.National en AU" XID. .irf.Br.zlag and g.8okIftt.C J.
--a&.1mfDr.I arM ( ) who took a dog t. the
: 1. ,
sad ; Pbilippinea with the Twentieth regi 111 Work Guaraseed.n_
... '-dI Q..t '
ant 6.r..doss a! l.. K .." a.Bwtsr. ment. According:: to this,tale, the State and
-! County Shop 0'00. venu.e: D.
I PI..eyye5A11lx'Mrsat..l A** M tft dog f warn jback, stopping at the island
Pw .
nNUi..rty y..rdaiMU.'cWck
:sM eey bu.d.r --nsfsUi*. of Oaam, where it got into a
.T..w.rAMsrsstoiv : fight with;a native cur and lost SB

rs.w TiA>. Sni)>r< ucm.: mt a| Ml*. .
i A. r.O.rrjr s,.. < onhtTs.r.. sM. Say Kfitl. ear. ________.
:&lI_....... ,......,. atnonster The Metropolis -
UTA1U tiOAaO or'TRAOB.: X Cslssssl 'tat ... .

I iron statue of Vulcan arrangements
t.J it offer
?' ][. se..ei17r.taT.PN 'weighing twenty tons,'will be erected Has perfected whereby can
.
arirta>aT>a*. such for various
T..afooeeo..d attractive rates
BJVfesfiMUeat .br Alabama in the dines and newspapers
,/ J, B.. Lmattascraarr Uetallargybuilding at the St. Louis that there'should be no excuse for people I remaining
$ E. TBjseksMa., f
J Tr..a.r. 11.'Jat.a; fair. j Tlus oolo su statue will be in ignorance as to the happenings of ; Dry

i I Board i.( OJTsrasrs W. 1C. ....... fort-lire feet Ii'fl i and will be a .the J Biwa rye o ark
-
f. T. tort J.t ....... A. II:. Her* work of art. jit will be cast entirelyof year. I I

'. _. J. B. K* r. Wj Bahs,", W. W. Alabama iron which runs like

f'Nut.J' aTAXD 1eIta xo .comarrBBt.t bronze in a liquid state and will be J. C BERN ETHY, Prop ietor3T

LA sr. R t meta'.... K.JL.I\ .. covered,with a coat of shellac.: It .
I ......... .Jaa> eWertor. ,..{ __. R. H.; will cost$10,000, and after the RATES. ;

O. A. world's fatr.it will be ended in one ..., I. Largest stock of Drugs Fancy Stationery. Toilet

"!, > !,! J.W.2 BnlDatsf a...'... '7. :,ROSS C)(:.Lt.. w.lz.d.rkk... .r. of the u principal a permanent parks monument of Birmingham ,The; Daily Metropolis i J ,Tobaccos.Articles, Eta, !>n. South Florida. Pipes, Cigars and


HEALTH AKI) SANITABT-JacksoB. 1 One ,Yealti'. )
'J. X. Jr.{" Pout.' Y. Y.. ZIt.... Oil.Mc {f Crashed. an d .f A. Prescription 1 Department !is charge

*.: Plaae a4 R. all Klmav tt, K.RJYBRal As Easfport (Me.)man was standing $10.00 of skillful and careful hands. .

,sled} HABOR-0artbdd.. 'aearjtb. tlwur.:of A, duLhW, Daily Times-Union ;, .
; CItaa.. H.. ....... Uwire C| t'a&.., store lost in meditation when
a
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: .r a RAILBOADOBra4y.a: :xn' Tam8T;; !>-I woman. walked up and began tostare Semi-Weekly Times- nio.n $5.50. BISCAVNK BLOCK I MIAMI. FLA.GDDAL .

., L14 I Co''D.. &.aa.., at .him ,He never moved a 1
JBCHAJUTUCSt-: ........ a ti. )toD..M, I. A. muscle bat when she again turned Metropolis with Times- S. .
Semi-Weekly
B. Ti Ca.aa11.a. he thought he had caught her '!'eyefor5 Weekly i

r 1. H-l Dwiates. B. B.t O. rtl r. T. a sure enough mash. andr be Union o ,'2.00.
toAoa '
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L.Waol smiled tad winked the other
71! a. T.. eye.. \ With Atlanta Journal twice awee, t .1 '2:f5
Imagine Air feelings when she] exclaimed
Mersa, r. a: TktM. & B.t Ottmng. A.
.1L D rm. J. K. t in a startled voice: "IleavJT With Weekly Palm Beach News .; $3.co :

.. I PUBLIC BOH j>rwaa-&_. I W.I I thought you were a clothing.
,
. Bode H. C: a. I7. J, B.; ....... dummy" .-. I ....
I! ,aeta: Whatati R. T. .j t : C t tf
JIAKCPACTDJRB* PrissolU OlM CLJ .. t r .
I r' Hose T.-T.dOMmd! : t. A.; ........ R. Mere Heewreble- Meshes Old subscribers must pay all back ''dues before they .. -A ftAflNJ

I ')rot JWJI7 I.'. 'Maud-So Arthur's automobile can take advantage of these offers {and cash / I
EDt'CATTOC ,.:......., Y. I x.a .a U t
ran !t. What
over a tramp ,:will they in advance'must accompany all orders for
11. W. ........ a.saz.ib a rrlA
'!,'.. I. 0: tlatiL.east do to poor Arthur? these combinations. ;, i J J
f. kale 1. Fthvlle-.Oh. JiothiD .' The cln'd '" ht a aastt'Zviliws .,oj
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nunORATIG S BI a'<'k a i.. K.T.Oarthshte : -medals for trampChkajoXews *.-. ,.

,_ Mars.. T. s.. ... I". a. Dory 1'1,JC.. ADDRESS .I ,,--Ie.... ...i .J ,.' w J -
fr lt..alIs Ute .tk aid as __
er
ay .
__. I. r. floss- t..a" ... .
:: E.YI'EKT L tT..ltaode..'. B. Wy CTRCV1OTAKCBOB I _I........_._Nap._sad_.dot II .
MTSTCRIOUI I.. r._ k.5..._,.....Lae.._ ..it -
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1) :, ReII17. w
Buds. : r
was pale and aIVrw aid th. other aril all -
a..a/7 .
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Miami
Ma.
.11.: trash add fas* WfcwK th* aiffweaesTh Metropolis. ai1LP !
--:B. B.S SteBOB. I' d yea ...w Lr actor

t.aa.AD fERr= ?..T.-: ;8lacbwt.'J.Y t. by Cloc'*seedy wh Kaw Is arwa bhwhtash lltt Ww die May..health.nmas'...1aIa**M they Dr.It. i 'Q ..u-..., ", .oe_ -. .aN.. 1M wi i_L.j I


''na bJ1 ,lot aMben. siaabslpg MBipsI a..d U. dea and band elf a

clash Ice -I fo l lows_ ;; J ot..d .. "1'r7.. .....,,, tmly.ae.- as an 1! ..JII.I Aa

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I FOR THE 'OM"!. This Bull? Hotel Biscayne

I CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. \ paper stated last week

The proF ions A, Jwonilo Uoguo'to' year ago "a Tory ora-
street CUaning a speech of Mr. Open from November
ADBouDc.iMnU win .. >M rt d la tko S GRAHAM
.]Miss Catherine) ", "repelled the allega Mat to )lay hL Proprietor
OaUr and wcokly MotlvpoU for leD *otan. -
New York city ha* scorned the alligator." t '
or la ottkor odlUM for a. AoOar Corner Avenue D and Twelfth Street C
CandMatw for Coujity CommlMioacrotad idea of forming the wa really made some sev
: i ERWIN, member't>f tko oekool board Will bonO'kaU ago in the house of com-
PATTZR: o to
RAIIAM, intOj a league MIAMI
6 -Lara.d''. the amouata.aanouaconont in Joseph Hume. There'i is f. FLORIDA '.
cleaiing brigade
ATTORNEYS AT"LAW. l.o taowtod oatll paid the and marvelous in the effront- .
!pavements ,
which, venerable anecdote
will ellitl..hru.a.rl.psad p.Netl.r* ml l c FOR TAX 1 COIJLECTOR. great city. The raked up and presented to
K.4T.U... kwo 0.1T oo teM each! block r -
t
w. are
annoanco myself a candidate OU' public with PALM
Did I horoby a new THE HOTEL.
OOVOfW *
IMnotP bMkt ....
.
Ob MX for th. office of tax collector of and there are now -London Truth. ,

Dad County subject to th. action of with a new one CORXIR AYEXUE BJ, \ "
the coming Democratic primary.T. day. The district i Pull of Olorv. I AXD HTB STun
PLl83ar
N. OAOTIKL that knows u'the Dean Ilowells, the "dean t
Offlo* wfch loi Cjooi rfcara f.KXAXX. "What induce I letters," says that when GUS A, MULLER.. Proprietor .
s..Mwr.e.rr FOR STATESATTORNET.j daughter Mildred wa I .
Aw C rtopoctfiiuy jo uk. .looked suddenly from neWt $ .IO per day and *p. Special per week and to Com-
RIDL d dDs I hereby announce my- a Ming sporting up I aaoreial aten. Large Sample BOOBMI i'E1'
s elf aa a eandldatoj for the office of -that is of one bright oorning I '
a supply
States Attorney |of. the Seventh Judicial and : i O. Box 417, MIAMI, FLA. I "!
J. n. JiC130 boxing glove of
I full glory.
C'll"e1a1t. oabjact! to the tots of which am .
plement are
omc do. yon mean r said Mr.
the Democratic primary.CECUi much the came way .

tloTxi'BlSCAYKXatiAia. 4CIIIAVZ1D. a BUTT. taken from public "said the little girl, ,"a sun .

txx_ _>tiix>A.i Von CI.ZR1c'CIpCCIT OOCRT. itary in the feature work,form each of a got. on iL"my spoon, and I The Peacock Ittri.

_
w. WIn.; eP being officered! by .
A.D.P-set. I horoby announce'mrooU a caadldatotor
>cxXXEY t MILL S tko ..,. of CM of<< tko Circuit tenant chosen b.y the Health COCOANUT GROVE \
Court for Dodo County oobjoet to tkoapproacalac elves. Each SSSC SJLT at
ability to do a good day's
.TTOsxlT oloot !
LAW.IWin..dlcn Po orrno prbnary i iI supplied .
pany t undue fatigue and to Bad '
is ttsn. V tM sit ..rh.rCoon. us. t point at the end The BMt8o tberl* Hotel en tb.Malalsad.f *
amt stns ,[ T. hLERnrrr.Busa living. You eaaaot hare ,
State
the United
pierce garbage or ,
isibsuDR fistT1..,
: and eoeotlpatloa without '
.. FMriU. it easily from the
I tats this BwthoCto bafM.." sticks are used'in the the liver and polluting CUISINE UNEXCELLED, won FOP ttUBniro worii 10 "

W. B. R I .r* of<< Dad Coasts (kat I win b* a*aaOdatotarroolocttan Every week a printed Bach a rendition may be '
j SH1 to tko ..,.a< Offleo!tS8-ltth tTKt; 'ra...M. of<< tko Oreolt Court kukjoct to the aettos regulator that the world
C i selected for
.
r JtMldoao lNh 8 t and Avenues W<< tko, Uoxuoratlo ,....,. May.A topic boWL Mr D. W. Smith
Phone T-tR. pr.midne. K oloetol{ to porfons tkrdOoo .- printed matter cona S. 1JII2. 1 caw Herblne
JrifA1I. FLA, o<(< tko silos In tko fotafo. a* ta tko tence telling the
i pest to tko bust of nty abflMy. I win companies what to the boot modiela for eoa- z
y. w.uCGt, I I : bo aratoful to !tkooo wko will favor me eases. For instance and regulating the liver I ThePioneer

J with, tkotr v-.. deals with garbage. I -' Price 10 eoeta. Sold by ,
B. C DCABBOBX.t .
Pk...8pf>elleaUoM i .f DetalU.... Bute direction Pharmacy.tho

Boildlnn of A:triads.,' Flee, hereby aaaonncoc-; myself a* a and- tin can dry, washing Irioel M_ EA.FCL&L Proprietor
JteideoeMaMIAMI.1 pWialty. Sits fir tko offloo of Oust .( the Or- tee ertry morning -
Orncc:, <3JS.>' ATKITOKDfor euft court; oobjoet to tko zeds ., tileatFt soap dish, eta : Ideal lIutouted *t C
of federated women in SL 4
oloetlM MayK 1
DonoeratM Bubbiih, are titles
r--'! other day "The federated :
DL Eo I not. ". ,v RATES$Voo TO $1.50 PER DAY
J a rrtansRlcLI. Boa 11A who responded to the tout i
I IIa"rD ---, is:the paragon of ani :
Mood
T. reenest.r
p Avenue B and nth street
: hereby announce BrooK a* a cane- And cried! sad eri4 his own ground he ur-- Hotel Corner f
OS.. =aa..t..srMl Ma. Saw for the adios of Clerk of tko Or- For It had loot the Bon in the ; .
.
Had 4...... tko m magnanimity, MIAMI, FLA. "
'- !rLOIBDA. tko nit reties Court of of the Dodo Oaaooratll Cooaty.prteary.K. ookjott.to ""<*. OM. ell Hyr ien, the parrot in repar- .
J JI
I.. Wblto.Jaaoarr AI"II 1M st.pp.d a m DUy in versatility, the
Home Seekers I IAttention. Ii Ir r I ;* p* 'Tko lustful. taoo sad ft, the fish in self con-' 11II"'J
'Thus newt Cm "'
*] ider in all that goes to
TREAIUMB. Thos ooowtklac oorr valued member of soci
FOR COPJTTT a
Yon wif bad i tp your istetest To tko rttnoermOo Tots' et Dado COOBty. *nto R..iol. sib< two bow ron oao o<< aay that if all the facts r..4, Vleiy'at 1M''B.*. j

to call on me fore investing: norlda: J Wa a r. a Uu* sire )i. man i iI more of aa.ab The
rvrniahed hoe orent. < end roctm to I her.W_ myself a ..Casa w Accti-r i.
that the mule : .. .. rna;eisss.t .
Real bargai kaiarea estate, far ro-doetloiito| tko oflco of Tr- WoN ..P.... -- -
and:ecdDectiona o city fe i There.. '
tto. will of ai; ,ajartty. of tko Doaworatierotora. once a
etc.,
hare a apodal, authorising.nda .. wflll V. .;pressed bi" tko DOBoerado only three yean old the"crnptoiM of a GOlD- Bag ViewHotel. D CM'.c: ono II.; Pro
ill legal transfers primary lUr I.. WL. taught howl to count. : I i Ihore la ehimuosa, aaoe I i \ I
m to of prepare real to Low, .lee.. C. B. BACLTRSOM.tUCSBUI. : wa talking to much Ih -oat. hot akin, quick ...... ',
Prompt attent on. M1ami.Tta' : asked him bow maD ''and Impeded noplratloaL 'et c. TermL.t PIi"
JCARROLL.J 1- had. The little fellow t pman tioooa of Ballard'. .
0 ,. OipesMe Dry*.
Notary Publici .L. I-: :; "I have three scrap the c'Jan4.wfD: I
ATK. ft WA* **oon> *f- CasdUato for month and one in : ) and at the finfalgn of a I ,
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: County I.a. tie Chronicle.Thooglitful. '/apply frequently Bat. ,I Miami,, fla. ;
Ii 4- :, -
Ro 11 t
Llaimoat to the throat
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.... :
DADS: COUNTY '
Audi r.. pekes. FOR 8UEHUT :
Mow Castle. Col.. writes ,1
t T. th* Doatorratl esters of Dado c.'IY. ...-
Mamma-Did ; 1 Walt Ballards .i
: yon
W.CJJAYjNARD.jnalorttiljtltt Florida+ f ,
,I boroby aanooaeo: .,..at 0- a ............ brother any of your If"H Syrup a wonderful remedy t' c
I I'iam for ro-rtoeaom to tko since et BhocUr e( Little] Dot-AO, .... .* Me. We sad fLOO Electric Lights) ; Pure Waters
h Dado Conty. ,Florida.- Mbjoet .. tko Afraid il his rosa Praraaey., Newly FurnnheJ' t ;J Home:Ccokin; i
t win of tko Mjorlty oCUo<< pMMcr, giou HenJd.po
..... Don, Biscayne Cottage
oo will bo priooid te the ut ,
... ..
oeratlo primary. to bo bold Kay Ml MM. spit.tho I .ra. t
U/m.P| irsor;, ( JOHX FBORCOK.cH06s.'mjraninVo. before the .nitah 224, Fourth Street Telephone b-3.,
Spot belonged to a at ;Manchester, Englanc. ALLAN R. PARRISH, proprieor.Orel -4

K I r 1'0.' COUP. house wa off the Shaw made the highly in look* the B/., Two Block from Depot J
; iDJIC'l': : : somewhere near suggestion that it may be
fault pincxiieal* fhereby -rimess> myself a'- v. .s This road was the smoke of
Ir the L ... ..............; oT<< FobUo InoUocUonCovnty. by tramp and. rough to remove
tartly 09 Jtti in somewhat
a manner
ab ., bade ohjoot to ko wm * one
..''I'weIMI fr: rALIJ Ibs/v.tera,/ mar bo. orproocod at tko that in which their sew
Doosus : ing thing for any man ed of. He calculated Grapeftoit and Orange Trees.b
i k.0Ieed0II.
GAO.. L it alone .fte;- duak. 7,000,000 tons of smoky : .-
I, sn G IIs.. even murder might be have to be removed from

! ,ale e a Farmer Wallis,' "7 day in order to keep b =- FOR SUMMER PLANTING.We .
ear ice L-r AUGHT. THE, OLD TIMERS. exception<< 'to J this clean. It takes ?
CiOCOASUT, YO 1Ct.A.r I -" t return week i fter ton of water a day to car- have now rad&o J large supply of wrll-grown1, '
', few .DImtMin' congress diaeof- ford market pith hit of London. Fire clean buds,4 to S feet,ol tile moot ,approved varieties,
that their enrice i nato money and c ost tie ] sewage on rough lemon tocka.: Write for price litt. .
er quickly electrically driven fan,
Finest t Stop nj he Qty., ght upon important committee field bet.h..i road i 1g 200,000 cubic feet of For fall and winter planting we wil have 1 ,COO '

i Hot hJ nil tituUhifCirtCt : a&4 that, howevereloquent they with nnf ailin security would first claw buds on rough lemon, grapefruit end our
de< m .themselves, the house of rep- no weapon but a light smoke olkndoJL root;for which we book order now. ,Correspondence'

r rei nlaUve* will-nbt listen to them. and no'hum i exact cost would be.Dr. solicited. A j '

Nei VcrtStfltohrShfcim J A. ;r up of the new members of the Nohowever human eom not know, but he thought !JHWINTERHAVEN; NURSERIES
14 congress'awakened to thin 'aitnatko a v< ry i iid. & might be worth the rott.

I organized the.T.ntaJUI.cJub. ful dog frie i end f A. H. KLE31M. Prop. W(9terhavenjFla.

).1 A. D' N.ly The JirU; of iU member* who got ;71 : RESTLESS AT NIGHT.
? the too$* u ra* by preartangement listened p
(; aus.rlhtb.aa --- !
,Jprh.r- rrt to by the.other with rapt *t- bjr a bad ecaca? Coo

i M Untiotti .They interrupted the 4L Horehound Syrup It win A. Robbins & Co.

..astir.trwii. speech with applause and on its con- Bound .!eep and sleet a .
i' iMapolia.., elusion:formed in line to pip the radical core. 25c. lOa and ** ,. )

i- hand cf .the pecker and congratn- br Red Cross Pharmacy. :Samosas ,and aarriagoe
late him;j| tribute which congress '
J ''Focery ,Co:. pay .nly ko exceptional:<< outburst a DoypaB1tQ13r. "

t of oratory.]) Some of the old members -RING WORJC-

Ii": F:1: .N\ Ito. .. Dot autpectiag the nanufaa, --- Quality, is remembered long. {after price is

.: I .. i: tured character of the,demonstration -' t Wlngo, ,j'Kr.. wrUea. forgotten. : :j ,
We handle'evferythin' g pected fell into line too,; ..en' f
They
For tea years I bad beta ", *
....... : I
-to" be::. ,jtotWi t InTa firstclassgrocery more eanliou, *'the next'time. a mains knows aa the Quality

0'; !['storfc.. We' giveconporrtViw J.i. -v- 1' : ItCAioc ..' most boar-,. Makes' the'Bargain. L

.
I.r SJ : purchase tried :or rears to lead to- 4tin.uvwlstb
every f i. rARE tried -rl the 'remedies I Bu.et. Iaas.ml: ;, >t'i..
cha
] whichIjrJBJi cans(' ge Yjby GOING'Nkh. of. >...i-t.* a am.Ur of '

\r for finethituware.OrliR i ;# 'West:? wish to irate that uoo ate We do not wish to boast but we have the
f: hkfctllf ere1.. : : : UOII 11 BanarTa Snow '
F'ue ., : .pletely and parr Cheapest and most artistic line of5ouv
i mo t- I
,Cor. Ave G'andt: St. if.THE r. BIllet tV a i bar Mod the
f _; "*O 00 AS LOJW M rear two .....,.ate oeeadOM
. like taa OLD..,...., '
'.> & 1 HasMlle and It eared eompleto-
> CeO Rfp(1gwtRCE .wa Spot to all the .' and ft a bottlo.'at Red e lirs'
( : Railroad l about that the .

. Oftrrs excelled! poooragvr arnlco.Kodejy M if accompanied by

. trato evrrrlar PeHraaasleepers police. in town Souvenir Postals a for' 5 cents -
t ,|ep-to4dah: eoaebe.free: o. Spot had been '

eUmlaa! shah .*....i; aid dining ear large lantern in his Pompana'Inn, FORT DAILAS NEWS co. i
sr. ........ ttonbefa .114 soothers ..1I ,",- the bright ray from i .

t ThAoiwn I The hive dlu sg flf.mie!'lB the out on the dark night ]! I :< mb, Proprietor,, Iron ippoiltl TtitaDei, j K C. ENKICHT, Proprietor
Corr.s net lurking in the hedge (
.--...-.....-....-'--. -- Sooth.AllAgWtsSellTiWa.j' f .Tickets' ri of robbing tome! ,. FlcrU. '

:- .... Ksosoi----- till conceal themselves R. .r.FEC1C B. K. BAILPeek *:

=..- .. |I' Lo'cM N.tor the goo 8 Bailey *
K ;and *l eplar ear "No long u for |gentlemen -
sdtitiiitffiittrkaL, rates duN ( the'old fellow they barerand oo- ......... xleb.Grae. -., '
'MFlemina.us I and thus escorted find that they can
by YACHTS LAUNCHESSAIL & ROWBOATS
:: .:. ..J 1J territory in a day.
.... ... er and his were..
I money
.
-- '" than from other Overhauling ,and Repairing. Marine Railway."x
,
.. any
w_.. ... ed. Chatterbox.
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DAILY !iFRAXK CLARK. CLEVELAND ON DEMOCRACY. IIEMINISClNUS Of V

,I" i I A MONUMENT TO GENERAL GORDON.AN
MIAMIMETROP US How: Editor McKenxie Views His Candidacy Thinks the Issues on Which the Pst IU6&I .
.
I for Congress. Lost Should be Abandoned. J. ,
..;..
; p.ali.Y.d too***. : contInued from Stet J
'r"-,. "' .4MfaaKSpt .- After summing ;;the possibilities In a. ankle mnt'sa. fur teat week'sKhiard.tr I r OFFiCIALi011CE'
-r-t i.it I ,; .. I HAS BEEN SENT OUT TO THE DAILY PAPERS
..
to'r.
gillttttt4l01f.fifwL of Jlci BArn. Jeems Alexander and !r. t '
r. bordered saltier with '
to be emble.uoi4.d
BY
THE JOHN B.
i oj Charles Dougherty, being elected to dent C:.<4 *.1 .'(*< Li* rank seal GORDON MONUMENT ASSOCIATION OF AT.L.U."TA. .
s f. sjllantRarwrum.er.g Times-Herald fiU' ai*' "t'' or the licmtj-rs' Hire-pointed stars cormpocu In* In' REQUESTING THAT THEIR COLUMNS
.. I Cocgrees the Palatka ''' BE OPENED FOR SUB
tat number to the number of Stella'
:
"".a t* ..a. ....-. ( 'i get down to Frank Clark and says: arty t>> unite anal tale alva-ttexe of the Southern Confederacy. I t SCRIPTIONS TO A FUND< TO BUILD A MONUMENT, AT ATLANTA' TOmE 1

T .>.;.. mittrt lUmp .*.! ..-- or. I i "Having considered the abort genItlemen. the opportunities of neat" November. f After paa-tb. patten tad i:'- LAMENTED GENERAL CORDON. AND< THE METROPOLIS
.. I we now come to Hon. Frank "I am one of these he writes. "whobelieve Germ- 1 i
So- me suu teak eita* taMe BUM u. design. artist : CHEERFULLY COMPLIES WITH THE REQUEST.
If *>itfc.n .*M... _<.*!. |Clark, of Lake City the logical sueceI that there to an opportunityfor serving on I,(
I
I I I I General' Beauregard' cuff mad a pie- THE NAMES OK THOSE WHO "WISH To!
/'-'.[_ .",$,, peU_ I s"r to Our Bob." We, say logical because Democratic mccees In the coming SUBSCRIBE' AND TOT:
a-e4evtatle.tr sitB..>_ I I tor of the battle flag which General j AMOUNTS THEY WISH TO CONTRIBUTE
s ;f he its the best fitted to take up presidential election. +I TO BE PAID ON OR BEFORE "
I I !!Joseph E. Johnston i
and Immediately I
0. TYe" .I" .t '!S I." and continue the good work Instituted ouch.lltt.elUa"t. to the party In ; approved NOVEMBER FIRSTS SHOULD BE SENT 'TO THE .METROPOLIS AT
_
e.a __ "- 1.JotT the Mine Constance andJennle
M Jlmk. >-* by Mr. Davis.*By his long service aa a ..bk1 am enlisted and aa Intense j ONCE AND THE LIST WILL BE PUBLISHED AND
MONET
t FORWARDED
cards.ft ..
JaS -.by Carey two Baltimore belles soounlag
? -
I public official he can bring to the desire fur Its ascendency make such AS FAST AS PAID IN TO E H.
} la Fairfax'county Va T THORNTON. PRESIDENT OF
[
Itimi PrtBtUi7 Cflffipuj4 charge_ !of his various duties of .1"1 belief exceedingly welcome they certainly orfan-
THE NEAL LOAN
laud club AND BANKING COMPANT<
I a sewing and made a number OF ATLAlWHO
Advertising.i! rates mad, hO..J ofapplication. grassmaa superb equipment. In the do not create It It to built on j IS
.! of these flags which were used I. j TREASURER OF THE ASSOCIATION.DO .
a and all
unshaken and
trlcacies of statecraft public life, abiding trust la the 1
11-1a.. subsequent' battle In 'Septf< .
: TKLtPHOSE. be Is already so thoroughly aa patriotism and Intelligence of my fel- -
'
OFFICE httTBOPOI.19 BLTiTLD(N6t to be enabled at the very beginning to .Mr-cokutrymen. j I I 1SC1. the Confederate Congress .

t US sad 4M twelfth Street: ; commencf putting la good work for Mr. Cleveland's;, paper open with a I ed abill authorizing the design lDber'j NOTTAIL TO SEE | -
cribed
t-jj U_. < above a* the battle flag
j Opposite. 1 jCouri ? thlsafctldn.Mr. reiteration of the declaration that h*

COKPAftATnr* DiaTAKCIS.T..K Clark baa been tried .I. various made three yean ago: *-*' j Southern Confederacy and I WHALER'S' JEWELRY >
STORE s
I condoned to be to the end of hostilities. -
t
.
the
portions of trust, sad whether In force will respoadllMkeal'aand J
.
-4 ....,f a"1. I Legislature, the District Attorney's office falteringly If summoned : i
.
.' M MI } I
I It .I.a' :.. or In any pther field h* has proved to ,a [third defeat la a strange cause: j In an address before the Louisiana | 314.-12tb Street. | :
hTlle
i HI 1111"1' not wanting [jA friend of the railroad but If tSey hear the rallying can of division of the Army of Northern Virginia .
M
.1 ---E-t-: .Sit., .. commlssi the primary system and true democracy they win gather' for1 delivered December C. 1S77. General ---. -- .. .- _. -, .

_-.._...c...,.... .. .. e 1ft I't U?. of other measures seekhnyto protect "battle with old-time Democratic eathoslasm Beanregard' described the Incidents lit,. of generals of corps and Uvisions. IF TOU' ARK WELL BRED

('ape a.1IoH.0 I'" +- III IN u't" I f'the man* from the unscrupulous and courage i -I' leading to the adoption of the battle of these battle flags was that borne w J

.1...... r......'...,' tilt i aw' l. ass'' grasp ofj< corporate greed; wheneverand i Referring to his. faith In his ri. ; flat In substance M follows: I j' by the regiments and brlgadts of t e.- Tom will b* klnd-

OIM MatUW t i.,.)."' In I ... I ? when vent these praclples have I iasoelates. he continues: t At 4 clock In the afternoon. July l !feral Pat Cleburae's divisions. It eont Ton will not use slang. .
U8Itat 1111f ,pestle '
t:... .......i. I j been a.ealledthia. trenchant blade 'ha. I I trust will not permit me to ;r21. 1M1. the battle was raging on the stated of a field of blue bordered with Too Win try and make other hap-
...dittI.... ..__I tM .... 1f '
i. -1- flatbed la their defense Can It then overlook 'the meaning of the dally Ia-/{plains of Manama and reinforcements .,i; .white with, a silver moon quartered py. .

!!J I rCBRUAR T22, 19<>47Jth :be denied thai Frank. Clark I. the pew I growing out of the startllna-- lad 'III-'.- were urgently needed on both stldea. I|Iia the very renter of the blue field. The Too will not be ihy.or aelf-coaaclona.

ple's candidate! Upon the leading pant abandonment by the party In |General McDoweU was casting anxious : Veterans bo Tonght under the com- Ton pill.never n'dnlge la IH-natnred

"prang* have to|'about marketed; j questions of he day Mr. Clark hold power' our national traditions and ,eyes !toward the..Bin* Ridge mouateJas. .t mud of Oeacnl!Pat Cleburne remem- o sip.j{ ,

'tis tree : begun' to; take oa 10 anaxeailatle position.\ He stands maxims; Its disregard' of our national hoping to tee Patterson's. column j jber the beautiful blue moan flag, which I Ton win never l rpt the respect_due.

fir new> spring grow h la .spite' o L.j flat-footed uponDemorfr.tlc the National and mental restraints: Its Inconslderat9 emerge from the dust cloud which I In-camp, on the;march or in the tn- to age.
'
.' the continued !f'' cold leather. ,The |State platforms. Ia his tendency to et j aside national good {huns like a pall on his flank. General malt of bathe cheered their heart and Ton will nevi} swagger or boast"ot .

growers are tow prepar ig to help na- [anaouncemeq. be apes no evasions faIth; Its wtllin'gnees' to break away Beanregard was also watching la the.same aroused themi to deeds of valor which your achlevenien a.

tare do her work by ertUlilag 'sad I bat dtacnsiies ill uestlons la ,a fair fitom. safe and !accustomed moorings t. dlreetlo expecting Jnbal Early are still gotig down the ages, aid Ton win think of other before Ton

i ci cultivating. The Indies .Ions are that i minded* and s atemaalik* mID..,. and Its contemptuous;; neglect I of our {with the. Tw ty- rtb Virginia the will always '"hkve.a. place on the pagesof tnlnk of yourself

"there will, be a heavy bki mthis spring i The people know Clark' ; they trust national mission. Surely these traditions Seventh LooUlina) and the Fifteenth history. Ton will b* sc npulous, la regard to

New JBmyrna Breeze. him. They realize that every Interest ,'together with the broken pledge I Mississippi. a column sufficiently strongto This paper would be Incomplete! 'were the.rights of others.

t. -. 1 -:j-- -. win be safe]:. guarded while be to In and forgotten promises of reform thatvex root the enemyj 1 already hammered no m..tIoo'made of the "Bonnie'Blue Ton will not measure your civilityby '

The farmers'fa! ; this vldalty 'are !offlre and y are determined to the sight on every aid, not onlyabundartly |on the verge of defeat .A Confederate Flag that Bean a Single Star. the ereaUon -. people's bank accounts.

bringing their beat to tie cold storage {elect him. j. ... explain the popular dl. I'signal officer Informed his anxious : of that beloved minstrel of,the Ton will not forget engagements,

teflhtoJEltyevenjdaytoow.I ) iTesteiday{ -T'fHE.EW trait and fear ..prevailing everywherela {commander that p strong column war South. Harry. McCarty.. The title of. promise", or obligation of any load;
,
";. morning) )(eMft. McNeil' and Div of I t' BALTIMORE.. tile land but suggest that la such approaching by the Warren tnrnpfke, the flag describes It exactly It Is a I Ia,conversation yon: will not b* argumentative

Winter!] C rdea Brought Jn tea lirge j i I IA stress of political weather those of our probably Pattersgns the signal officer field of solid blue with a single largefivepolnted'star I or'contradictory.

!bpagl',slog placed In the i torage. Th*.I .J i }b e ease of Chicago and Boston renow-citixens who thoughtfully and sta'ted. .The alt {was .motionless not quartered In Its cen !. Tod will never make fun of the peculiarities

hog*- wer*' nom of the largest that *n
bar, been'received_sal n rre flnespec=I thi *e4|/: Baltimore that to speedily will pot 1 be .. u..ual of such safety the advancing host drooped down the I Texas soldiers at New Orleans,carryIng Ton will not bore peoples) by eon

imen* M whai cassava root, velvet to'rise' fitom the rains of the old .1' and Jjulet a* mir be offered them bya stalf. so that ,In the distance Intervening the flag. of bloc with a single silver staatly talking of your own affairs.

bean* and Florida sand c', i produc*- win berth superior of'Its predecessor I patriotic sal conservative Demon 'they resembled the United States, star and_conceived the Idea'that It Ton will never under j) any circumstances t

Orlandi, Star. r. In every ways, It win have been built,. racy.- Sag was the flag of the Confederacy hence cause another pale If you' as '

I at a tremendous material toes and( Mr. Cleveland thinks these condition Just then a gust of wind caught the .help. It .
THE: FLORIDA" SHIP CANAL.If the Inspiration which came to the win *
; Ton
artifice; bat the aroused and Increased Justify the assertion of Democracy' flag of the front line and sent It not think that "coocIl.teta-
.J.1 spirit tie ; opportunity H out i heart of' that sweet singer Won" compensate. for rude *' .
.' );a|aarroi that suggest 0I energy, atwiand higher measureof says: streaming from Its staff enabling breaklll'l : 1 or grn
: Florida ship civic Picla'U4' blUOllUI. enlarged "It should remembered, however 1 the Confederate leader to see at a j 1: .forth In a song which will heard .manners. -

p0.10'o*. to j tb i propose4 : experience, the .ulckened spirit of that opportunity mat b* only distantly,. i I(glance that It was Early sad not Pat- rhea the great-grsadellWres I of the Ton will be a* agreeable to youroctal ...... !
canal, espeda ly ,from ..*-..110.pro- :enterprise the closer bond of dt- related to actual aceompUahmenUaad '''tenon he discerned.' ..
It. Inferiors
I ana' the difficulty veterans of the war will la tarn be the a* to your equal and
f esses ti b* r i the head of a I eat' '''laaahi.II', be distinct gains In the that It doe not of Jt If. unaided and I.i observed at the first battle' ofjlanassaa anceston of the coming daughters. and superiors. rj

Florida Jnewspaperj Miami to areas end far outbalancing th* losses Th. alone warrant, .the expectation-: of in distinguishing betweenthe .

t.* her fault' Appropriatious 1 aTe :ls.tttr win talt*vlta"ruxatngrVaralyx= reaching 'lit-tI'Mj ";iIta. Stars and' Bars sod the Stars and sons of the Southern Confederacy.Gatveetoo .- if Too others suit.. nqt__..plk._ 01'I-- :::. :. 4

a2rtt4y rt lag'force Ma' IsdITidaal'la.taaeea, of "It tono, time, ,for conning ftnese. Stripes that brought about the j adoption (Tex.) News. receive more attention than II
her
been I iade to deepen arbot 1
"Died. bat la the male th. disaster. nor for the use of words that conceal of the Beanregard battle flag, a you do. '.

sad If the "rest of th* State" < oas can hardly fall to tarn out a 'I'measurable Intentions
not g at so met aly Uttto sad Jeatou aa Mesalag. Meantime, the sympathy The Democratic party has a mission fatal struggle and has sine been "
...... : one for
I t'1etrt em ompaay",andl one for
to oppose lit these appropriation Jrill of the whole civilized world win go to send to Its followers and to the adopted as,'the seal of the Lost faI the ............. home .... .

b* continued uOU w*' hays here Poe out to the plucky Bahlmoreaa la massis of.tae' American people. .,Let I As has been stated, the Stan and'', The aDDouixjfuwat! of Paul Smith.

of the. finest harbors In th* whol* their straggle! that i jmeage .. expressed la language Bars, adopted MAma 4. 1ML at Most the. veteran gnUe; and hotel keeper .f Ton win, nev r remind a cripple of ,

... uaeonfnsed b li Vva- coaierT. Ala. continued I the Adlnmdacf*;; that several electric his deformity. or probe tho sot. J
!f: au..l) It wili.'takVaiaay.. : yean aDore For. Illustration; ihe case of Jacksonville I to be Ute naUonal rallJ'oa4e11 be spot
mm running UlI'QUCoat -
I In MM-a fin disaster of much .IE.4fonUtod. by tile talat of flag junta hay 1. 1842. on which the wlklrmnM. to like Wagner.i'sate. of a sensitive soul.

anal amaner* finea.loss. 'to' he sure-Is ,., Issue*'' and goer day the Congress of the Confederate i, -.... .. .bud. .* It sounds,' say p-. ...
closely pertinent. The population of1th. ttons BO longer challenging' popular Interest State of America la session at Rich the New York orW. The, reception accorded' Mr. w"'l.J,

for that ttn*| /Tampa and Key I .' |".etu;. are not .uallke la oneparticular '. should b* IlUfuIIabu40 e4."j mond. Va,;;which' had become the capital Of conme 111 rather tnterfere with ,I Bryan la Jacksonville 4

I West.wlUW large enough to fear nothing : Both are traditionally and I Mr. Cleveland urges* tariff reform of the; Southern Confederacy< enacted t the pristine wiSdanof:, the ,woods to was flattering

> that'.jnay; eomejby mica of h*1 rather I Intensely Southern-that* ''...: plead for economy In tile expenditure I a bin adopting a new flag the ;' be charged. pen by a .g ug clinging: to say the .leastLUXURIOUS ;
r Isonthermat the --.it of pablle motel ud'' charge the model of ,which to said to have j{ trolley car when one Is exporting a i -
proceed cam L j f bottom and at : : opposltioii been '!! bear st the very Ira *. but line trolley
eaial but both are typically cosmopolitan In, with having mad promises I the creation of two Mtostoslppiaaa. ; car luis lis--points." YACHT LOUISE:
caUot.tbtl
,The, making of thW ,Itb"r'eseral'aspect.-" With th* exception -' sad .broken them. H* arraign the The new aat.lOllai flag enacted May I. ;!(i I. the terrible drought of last sprint -

remove { I ncomparable; | ell.at.:; of. of ,wo tor three semi-suburban administration Phlllpplae policy and ISO.- was a solid field of whit, with Mont of tie-aeye that devsirtsted the Take The Most Beautiful Trip Ia tap' .

the Biscayne eoaatry; aad this aloe and chiefly realdeatlal sections lack refers to the Isthmian' canal In these I the Beauregard battle flag quartered wilderness as It had never been before Wort*.

will cans Mtunil to forever outrival on-rtire-ia* Practically ""wiped off themap" word: |II. th* upper left-hand corner a* a can- were set by sparks from railroad enI -
I I gtnes. Many salts for damages are A ramble through tile '
any competini dty. byj Jae r big ore of three yean Th Democratic pam has been eon. I the width' of the flag to-.. two- ;:, now pending against the railroad com- enchanted Flo

Kowhre, else In this' country tea ago. Tho property loss .was well np slstent and nsremltting In Its advocacy i thirds of Its length. Th* proportloa :>>: punks. by owners i jof burned forest Ida Archlpeligo..

'winter jvegetables* and aeml-troptcal to I1S.OOI .eno; the aggregate Insurance of aa Interoeeaale canal and ha .1 I the canton bore to the flag was aa fol- j Ia...... If their point can be sustained 'Thjrough tru .u..atera of ever

trait be produced In each] profiUblees was peril .ps three-flfth of that amount with the liveliest satisfaction looked low: Th* leaaton to be In width) I 1 by law the railroad conpenle, them1 Ja M.I. I i i

of) her* and the_Ftorida'canal* ,or.plIOIto. .. |'.9.000,00 roughly. sUtoonef forward to the day when such a highway I,i three-fifth of'tb. .width of the entire 'i 1 to selves nee may electric be forced power In self which piotettVia wired Past picturesque key with a gllmps i
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;I could not thai g* these things. .ec No had the people of that of commereW built under the flag.*the width of J{white beneath the from the abundant waterfalls of the 011,historical Cad* Florida.

Tho: argumeita agalnsi' 'Ula' canal city clea d the amok front their eye auspice 01 oar Government,would becontributed .canton to be one-third of tbs length woods, would not,endanger the forest. {
project are :w *k and puerile and the and thrc its than they.bejan the work ty'America, to the _lei'. J of the octet border of the canton to In time of draught Leaving at > .)IlL t

notlre: most ie a hidden jone 4adeedthere of rebut ding, of business rehabilitation. progress sad civilization. It.... nevertheless !the end of th* flag. Actual tests of the j: Another gfrat advantage the Stopping at Soldier Hey Fishing dab

t' ts an attack mid upon our representatives V Ith phenomenal .energy and' not within the'muwes of flag Indicated fatal objection When ley for wood+ awe M that It' can \lQl.1 at 10:30 a.m. I 'I"

'for favortag this lie'". remtrkaile speed they pushed th*, tile: DemorraOe creed that even la coo- J wrapped on :the suit a few furls of u.f ..- the-steam wont any'reasonable'trade..raUroad baa to stick to Three boot of 'Mgllng on the.

... have charged that Senator TsJ-' restoration, and within six moatas of I summating ao noble an enterprise sithta. 'canton ...disappeared from view leaving level or make a level for Itself at-great .worlds ......&eltrlalala ground.
lit...... had nW proposed' orjworked the datej of their great disaster. theyactually the t.torlal: right! of say other J'In sight only the white fleld. The sol- testos the whole, thIs have Back .

f for>measuri; not In t M Interest: held a State Fair aad with nation should be .1m-urd'4. or that 'diet ridiculed It as the "fl.. of tnce. wane cnemle' than, the, trolley caracfaemers. viewing through their fascinating'the MbmarU' garden

the' East Coast of Flo Ida.bat here ..IIA&JAeee :. Ther was. of course,. oUr own national' *:M faith should r* applying ether. eUthcts. and the new growth*. 1 flower-irk :1

sUtol to bo ajdlreet: ref itatlon of this! *!>Ildiagboom"; of *normoa .1.....' nbjected to' reaSAuthl>b ...pI>,!loa." flag fell Into .1..... It la not likely A famous Cab dinner 0II1oIdtft.
Si-. I Mrs, Ljvormere'i I he**,***. flay
web: Senator Tallaft TO Introduced .too*; wagea-'wer* good and trUe aeUve : OeraianJJi I n *s lo'kn-i that many of them were ever made. Horn* through. th
' ''tho:' "At awl a time *- this There KJoafederate Ia tin'te of her eight11 three ,rear- waaet'arrtIag
\ ; MU for the 'sarveyj of this canal ; and the cash poured Into th* city the Dtmopai'v are veterans BOW .
at the
'. t'ftte )Mr*. llarj' Livennore i* till attire Royal Palm at,tM ,... "
sad aerated alb bangs, through theIeeati rPM,jre tasaraW eoaiJlUt kerep.resesttng raanol.pb: Mnnr.nnitrllak living who never' saw Or heard of the Be KeUum. .J
ia work and .
sad thereby mad It possible In )Way instances th* Urnlag > the! "'.:'". i known Jocularly as the public for abe inn( .111'811 who ha- tI
a bright answer *
toe some $SO_ expended la other. of "deMprperd- llr* ape suds a.'wketawsakIts pP-;" "''' flag of truce, ao called by the gallant,, her ia her amleriakhifX nor Tbr opposes :

porjtaM of bile State than th* Cast AaJ--todne s d, many new ssterprresaa4 bertj'it* ..-...' .... (.>|S ..e 'in( boys who believed {with'all the seal of daughter' with whom site live often Take-the, Teri'-Screw SeVtiotar

CooWi sad Ia{|tile k* aa* proven conctaatvnry serred to largely diversify. the laJasuraac-. rutty realise what to masse by the.tre- their hearts I..d the .courage born of beseeches her mother to give np her l..ainch.Sapphire.Kor .:

that he known no partlea- ...... d J ltkiotYIUs.. .... mdon* lasses of the eoafllet; aadhto deep conviction I.-.poal..r. /* lecturing which is more or (pas of a the kiagCabin groand.'or for. wany
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tar baistidr or people,'bat I*-nody ito i fwb.iti+t RseAos;.Ia :pea.euo.aa..... not depend anon soub Oat the whit} flag would be rlaf L.dnia .. her physical energies. point ot iaterot I. then

ooafl he can' at all flees florin* Ins s+ei. ha7 been Inveitsdpr.dht.d; .f >maK.ateonslderatioa' se .he 1on1-1 .. by the other .side{. to the contend ,Oa oa* occasion the-dsagbter rejBOBtraled la waters.Accommodations for 3X j
; charge(
'teres tf W Ftor a at_large -4* -;...of'the .wweacreswhen. that ity vVa t,"* irom**, t &101I. I I with her in this wife: best fi..hiaff those gTonnd familiar. Mar Vita.be .r

.". f owh.1* all steal or tied np again, aad T* rw--n: t 'i,:S Is already I The national) tag bet authorised by' "Mother. dent.,just. think what a chartered for anjr length of time .

xtjat IT UNANIMOUS. f rhea thre.-fasrtL. of the people[hayh.e i. In iJr_* Vrt onl r tn a, rma'. i i.. i Congress 'la bill enacted March 4.lltt shock it would| I be to ns if.some day I by app1 viag; towboat at Royal-..

borrowers waged; tn r.Uasee.i. to. U4 peopttov :* coasMed. 01"0.wit) the you should .be brought bouie jlwidj; i4imyoir or by addreeaing"dJaacs -
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r Speaking Senator. Tallaferro' | agala, tha took for: of country devotioa : "Tc 1it.I.! '* .
otj e- aad to a-1"anow.wnlte Beld described my tr.l.olsdtvl,31rs.Ll Dcedcy. OwOCrl I
kpse In tk fore- .
ply' t Governor: : J..... aa awful This. ire may' ha.. islet rw.1nr I Box
| *, .. tile OcalaSasser Oonal morVlty a hadershln that goIng paragraph 'J'IS."I | re niik, it fcX Miami.
bees being the t1&1
saysj'. i tlIf i. a bfeeslag In dtognls*-hat watch 'Vroalae* fhea ...U_" 'I same In would be ftai e a shock-1.-..o i is fcouiJ!
will b* all particulars: as the
Uer* was nothlagIse. >.to'....i out for }. fsR.roath' 1.1ol,a.-cIaI. :. found th*_De eoeney's...- flag adopted bythe be t: _I ut ] think itl could .
t Confederate Congress May .. ISO. An .
tor T llaferoi credit'bat .this I letters Jpre..iot.i j I I with ala additional itaoJ it jo ioulj.. j 4
If It stood *l oe-lt to snch a masterly It never cam! Th* Jacksoavin of xscAna: AW !wrvL FATCT Bartering; consisting .-. -
..) matehlea* production It wouldfalrfHenUUejhlm today to a "new"Jackaoavin. *" tn away i ..-Sir. H. ........ W afWbMTM.wrttw ., ...... M avertical,;; bar of red ;;to tho Fell- M- .! rte-WU Attractive Bargain.
I : "My deter tM me 1 h4 end of |the flag the red
ConSBpOow'ejM bar
( to be in
t : to a re-nomlaattoc. '[more'senteathan' the.proton ,of re- IIatItIIC eviiU ke ... far width John Mor rr threatens lo use laic To anyono wanOag to begin hoose-
1 "" Mt e* how It'to possible forf 1 bunding aad"of rsseedal and ladu- BM. I was ....* u. t* din' The eer *f o Thalfof.thaiporfjoBWjJie.; rfecoTefrd.Tei! ure llo show the blue: keeping th* opnortnnlty to offered at' .it

oe s to read It and. com to 'aay||trial rehabilitation :palled .her :Malt'of i free ,trial ......fIl'Dr. *XMl.. Ivew1s.evrT flag. between the right-hand border of don'a'hd the fotlie into IIH-II: able! 'a very nominal price to. secure a faR 11
tar C eaa ptl a .ladale.d, the caatoa aad the t d of the flag.. nJ and
clear
orb* >eoncluajloa. if u 014.t.. sss U ndod ntea bsve fallen finery furulsbed boose la the best 1
w".J to try It. KeMdte were startBac ..1Bw.a'tke .. Ia ad IUoj j p 1M <"> .
lfJeHittWtRDitfktag. .pon' the jH.Wb
] test'su jicts. TluiiMTorinr portion Ml -1Ii
bellev the voters ]paaltlmor: to fcouad to duplicate that v.M .* r ....., '... s3r lather irr reddest pet rent
there : '
.. r, were battle flag > of a 'new'book; the Un-1" low and tile oaiy rsasaui for II
new ** lt and It beglaa to j look like experience only tn a larger grander. te-Dr. Kegs Kew. Pisesrstf. It seUUg
: his aeaomlaallon win ho midnBaaanr |'lidr. jatriklag w7-Net;: .urely *sv.l m? JM.." This great .or.. which while not'sanettooed by-thConfederate don Chronicle remarks Ihat *Tlie''the fnrnitnr to that th owner has to
] -i| Tort ..'......... for al throat and tray d4 CbagfessI: ,w..,.-'...'_ 1[ Follie.of the \ ." ou, ht to aukei; tea*. the State.Address '

t-. ; .,ht-d ...J-4>.... i.by all ....*. Trial betas .... 'the bloody battMeld* .Itk th* athor- '1 god rea>!Ia{. I''' 0. Box I JVClty.I .
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a few-day Mr. Bennett j is coming ;;-i r I I I ',

I here ..especially indulge:: to fishing ,I f It
oral .. i.r'AiI Pr :s. i and win pay especial atteetloa to tarp 1 I Ii

''H. KING, I IFune 1 i I : : I.r I. '

1 Di or and Embrslmer.t HONORING W, LSHINGTON BIRTH "The

r"- Avntoa: mt ,DAY. Ideal :
An of the yachts la port are decorated -
... .. ,
pt doll T.I.gv.p ,w T.calle.{ to Bag and colon today Is honor v "I.

f t of those Washington's most aoUieeobl Birthday.* are the Roamer Among i I Dry Goods, Millinery and

eF- i THCj TROPOLr;. llghtfal visit to Havana I sad win leave Mixpath. Palmetto.. Grenataa.' ....- I i Ladies Outfitters. I

DAILY, M A |)jM tonight for their home. Judge Doggett waha. Plata'and Edris. Boys I

b'much: 1.. e4II.I health sad has '"
EDRIS' AGAIN IN PORT. >II
MIAMI.1, FLA. Feb.Arrtv It. Im. greatly enjoyed his ClaUDe.iJ I I .
The trim schooner yacht. Edris. Clothing, I "
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Judge P W. of todown (owned by Mr. Wyeth of St. _Ph.fo. !
..... MAO. 8CBEJCL&.f! White Qulncy I ,, !
.. f with her owner and of friend I"
k" J-- I Ij' for s day or!!two closing op the part; Sues 6 I !
to I S. Regular r
the NorthUl deal with Mr. 8. P. O'Reilly for the aboard, has returned from a two y
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,I :<* a.m. 1 lot on 'lit! street,f sold last week by week*' cruise among the keys, and a I, l price 2.00. 3.00 and
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7:00 PJB.do )In. Beet most excellent time wa had by them. $ suit reduced I
4.50 per
** far,th. North J .1 __ i
_ t6 1.: 2.00, j.ooand II
U:2t pm. ;, Charlea ODeJl, 0 prominent horse- 25 "

x. I:01 BJCL nan ind iportlDgl; man'of Savannah .50.i I
i'1 t 'In the city yesterday and went I WITH THE FISHERMEN. I 'Jf'
f ;\ HER IND CATION,. I r 3f
,,; I I:1: : :i j over' fa the Martinique'l for a visit to I i I ATCohen's. f ..

l: Washington. Febj Z-fHala; tonight lavaaa.: t Although a amber of parties Tea- I I I

I< ,except fair, tin extremi Aorta ports.Cold.r ... ", P. Sweetser-and'wife. Miss 31. tired out Saturday and yesterday the j II i I Ii Are receirinjNew Spring Good in aj]',Hnea .1: ..1
Mr.jJ. I I -tall
except IB extreme south portion. I daily: and
catches wrIt few and small on account inspect the Spring
Styles, something '
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utJ.. E. Spencer and Vm. Flynn form a i iI
; In forth t .
', Frost. ,Colder in ie Central and portionTuesday. the party|of Marylanders who are touring of the sea being rough and; and high. I JTir it new every day. I base just returned from Y

south portions., the east coast and are to Miami to ratchet reported- -r.re4 I t yw York and_am prepared to show yon the

j V."I.o .....- .. .. .i .. .. ..., day. i Judge J. C. Granting took aa hU inert I I fruit of my trip. *

Mini,_.. .. .. e.-. .. .. .. ..,' --+-- the river to the Everglade 1
f. Mesas 1* H. Seper I. W. Roger a party up '
Rainfall. .11 Inches. .
and W. E. Youland are three young where they are trying their lock: with i

society leaden. of Maine who are her the black baM today.4 ThoM In the I 3r
enjoying a well earfied and much: appreciated party were Mr. and Mrs ConBenjof I f ;

,jj TqWN jTO ICS.. 1 outing. New York )fr. and Mra Wortendyke i I

of New Jersey. Mia Wilkinson of i II ,
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Capt. Rowland of the steamer Shlnnecock Alabama. Mia Marti Stanley and
CAR
NEW SHED- rhestoupj car shed of I t
Is sick In Key West with fever Judge Gramllag.
the F, E. C. Railway, kirn was blown .' .
and Capt. Hanloo aapertotendent of e
down by the1 last t to beta re- Dade county will hare the Urgent
the P. A a Steamship ComjMny to at Jupiter; C. Holyoke.. Baagor. Me,
tomato this that she has
Uttt and win. soon to ready forWASHING' crop season :
tile helm on that vessel darl.C his nines and H. fj Jane* of Nebraska 138 king- ever isd. Exclualre, of the crop on

GEORGE ON, *. CapC, Rowland Is deservedly flak, one barracoada sod one amber- sow
A TOCNO the key there are planted In the
Mfr sit. ?. F rris popular and his arty friend hop fora Jack. : E
Born to Mr. land" apeecIyYft7.. . -tr close on to lye thousand acre B. DOUGU
toda.t-- I of vegetables leee than three per ]cent' ;
TbeSemlnole carried out Mr. Eugene .
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of whkh a la eggplant, beans, ,|
peppera
I I Mrs. N. M. Scott and child, Kn..3.D. Bleneade of at. Louis who J..dJ J .
a araBNBTt>vaBraBM> B a I etc. that If BO disaster II:
I Chaplin and child sad Mr. G. Chap.Un. ed 11 grunts ODe barracoada and one towel tiers ,31O and 312 Twelfth
will be more than one Street.
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PERSONAL MENTION. iMra prom sent peoprt of St. CatJaerIM.OIItar1o. ambejack and,two gruupe: 1 minks crate of TJgetable shipped .
i r.. to the city oa their first I .
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out ol the country before Jane L Tils I:
visit to aid th east coast. The had
Florida : Mystery a pleasant party .
Tamer Kansas arrived win !amount approximately, to
Mary orecently
and are delighted with the splendid consisting of MraJr. D.,Hastings. Mia two I
to spend the wiater with her' weather toad .... : .Florence Hastings, ,Mir Lola Hart- thousand carloads and at a low estimate I I. /-e 1
daughter, Mra. J.,M. Jardy.Mr Mrs. will bring to the farmer of Dade i
lags Mr. and E.. D. Bird. Mr.
Mr. Geoi i* >S. Adams, deputy great and Mra. R, O. Shone, who were rewarded 1 coaaty something like 1800.000 or tMO-C i" i
,, J. A.McDonald![ peat yesterday command* of the Knight of the Ma with the ''unusual small catchof 000 I* .....Tropical Boa. G' '

at Palm Beach tad stay.vlU go up' agaia ea...*. to fa the city oa business connected one grouper and one mackerel., lI .. . .I. . 1 1 . .1 .,1 '_
tonight for a abort with that flourishing order. The . I ,
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charter of the local tent ha been reopened had \
4 ., ; The ElMoro sea party H. H. .
; Mr. lad Mr Gay R. amplla. promJacksoa '
aad anyone desiring the benefits Thomas Thomas Vaa Nee and J. D. BUSINESS ,lOCALS.
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treat aodetythe'olty people are Epicurean Restaurant r
ind guest' .* at 'the. Royal. of membership to this strong and Kaae aad'aoa and, two ladles, who. :
popular fraterall Border can: obtala landed a'yarJHortaftt of. flak.e .
PahL NTED-&, a lady# of refinement.aahKnmbered. r lOll'
same at a greatly reduced coat by seeing s AVENUE D. -
?, A canary iird escaped from cage. Ittakes bid wants positioa as housekeeper : -
L-L Mr. Adams BOW. The Klondike oat yesterday Mr.Myers. o !=
up by my oM the owner will to or compaaloa. No objections '"
.. UlormatJoa!. Me- Mrs );Burke., Mr. Riley aad to traveling. Beat of Nf__ Xddres '
grateful for Notify Mews W, D. Haraey and carIes several. friends. I iThe, party did But n. Best foods rst-Qiass;COO h Q9. Qfl19. QaiGJ(:

tropoitrn oeo.. i",-: Madison have beea la,the city a fewday venture outvM l'bat "spent the diy "Hk..JI8I'fetropoUa.j{ }, i7 .i"ServieegvIonAi II. I '
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material aad
( Catherine taking cruising about the .
_, Mr.Yorker T. M.who|Leonard had been, a coming prominentNew to for aa Illustrated history of Chlriewsl ,. .bay..eCaptains Nicely famished room |UO; tojfS I II I .' AzIcu

cagoj i'; to -I..... by the Art Photogravure reported conditions Improved per week in private "111. Telephone. .
r- Miami.., winter,'pas Just arrived I Company of Chicago. The* today for:fishing and aa a re- I Curry* ittHeadquarter ........ .... .i. ., ..... . .... ... . iI r
and may to found at the Royal Palm. I'I
t geitlemea received some fin* ylws'ott nit several_Miles ventured oat sad I I "

t Mr. Paul, of the East CoasJ Lanber beautiful scenery I around Miami, good"catches: art'. anticipated. I I fancy greecne 1 truW! I ,, -
1k Company at' Watertowu. led which will be,reproduced In the forthcoming 't"; e. etc. at Wilson A",..'.. *' I, ,
| awpmpe .
tIIr Mrs Paul 1* la{the: cl y tod.,. aad voluaje. They are' enchantedwith The-followlng are the record catches: I I i iDerra J
registered + al {Palls. the beauty and advantage* Y of of lab, uumbM-j'end; weights *o lat l'i Oce room* for reat.' aintr. >

t 11W.-4 Miami. and'' J ite all visitor believe a this ,seotioB' u, ) Ort and recor-1-U: try; [ of Hank of Bay J ._ -. : l'
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'M.:I | blagte' Dork Manter Ki oJ,lr,: ,
The two of City;Clerk great future lea 'before the, .' I .I :, '
> R. XeUum still continue critically 10. solos. '
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. I oy. 1- Klondike. W. F: Harlow JS7 king You must number Your noose : i t
Their condition to Improved somewhat .! ; Do It BOW. 11
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today. arar'aaw *N s.N.wrarar .: e .t.t"lAo1e. [ l' .

MI_May Robinson.f eloa'attraetie I NEWS.: ON THE BAY. J weighing 17.' poulda N. putaoav. one UagOah rare Tennessee -rr amCoMpaay. oa sale!at .. I! j.: -, ,..'.11.

"young lady of]'Lake tty: has arrivedto r,+ Biscay Drug I U : : j

accept position jwlth Graham. Patterson -: baok Waltoa. Oea. W a Shattue.oa I I j -F
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A Erwto tab[attorney The,Sapphire_ean1.4. party" ofbole amberjack welghlag MHlba, We use Tennessee rream {n all line I

Hii I IMr. ] |"people and ....ton. over io the '. lee cream'and also have the plain BURDINE & 'J

ai>d' Yea A. WUaa>a. promt- Home of Refuge yesterday where fine gemlaole.:: JaUaa T. Dartea. barracuda cream oa sale at the Biscayne DrugCompany. .

, Meat people Cincinnati. err; gueota: surf bathing was enjoyed. The Sapphire weighing! 3S pounds 1U i
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1.at th* Blaeayno nail are.elated over' {jis ODe of tile beat and eoaaodl1 1 Clara. Freak K. Dana one tl ThArraoouda

."'k the beautiful climate,aoojHTlValoo 50.511, ous,'launches oa the hay and' the.owner : and one 4. ft. boaeflia. f Hotel: and, families raa boy geaukaeTeaaesaee QUARTSVAN./ .

-- Capt. James BrumBeld. to alert se. cream at Elscayae: Drag
". :, aad, S.HJ I| Fox' of,.Colorado to looking after th* comfort; sad pleas ....1IOIe. Ralph Waahiagtoa.. W. coapany. kit

. have some trot that'faraway! urn:of ... patron B. Oliver and w J. Kahn elerea. Ta- ''I J
F' and frigid atato-AaJwjor. .W belay 1 -- -1 "t. '
tidies to one day.
nad __king climate. 'of Miaai4; '. :, PJCTURNS.- r .* . i iJuaUer. If you warat'lee cream that to good I Fancy Dry Goods. Notion s. Beautiful and Artistic
.' ... i" aohaadiGRJCNATSA : sod par bur,It of the Blacayao DrogiCompaay.
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I'I. ir yacht One- F.-Olya. U31,1b pu also' )
M. nemlag. nert4a.r. 1, Neckwear fie largest dealers in Norelties.
J. .tau:; owned by Mr. N. M'George, re- per: They use:Teaaessee eream.
r agea(tf'the;A N.. railroad, aa Cody i I tamed yesterday afternoon from : a ii.I a' Souveftir# and Sporting Goods. Complete' line
Boylstoa clerks! of the L'.A. U.Rallwaj Barre day Beaator,Ouadca. on. t .
'ernb* of nerotal day-to ladlaa Key --; I of School Books. Polite and capable service.
.. at Jacksoavtrie,are ..teethecttr !aad other; .points of Interest:on thelower'ena. foot: porpoUe weighing. ,'ion "'" Miami. Conservatory of MuteFrsakila f+' "

.tod v oa buataeea and pleaaura.Mr Mr. George aad a partyof i ,
I : : Ootoaua director. J '
Bash
" t .1 tH ,I I Semlaot. ,Cantata ,TowneJlJ bonoI -: t .
."Edmund:-hovt'of Scotch h 't I' friends'were aboard. '**. : I ,' Twelfth ttreeC no ., i

_ Ia. who to largely Interested to.the OORDOfi COMING 1 I I f. e J|I (. 1 .
; Allapattaha neighborhood, to joe for JAMES BENNETT_ Klondike. W. P.'Harlow.':1.H. foot Smlthli Rest appeal pouto -' Burdme j .& Quartcrman
It'. L {Mr. James Gordon Bennett proprietor boat meals Is ,
. towTdays looking after hto property f hammerhead short oe: t wa. Short or-,
. a 'of J the New York Herald has tetograpbed I eels den a apecUttr. Board.. rooma by
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t 1. '" ., that to'' will reach Miami Oam| Mr. Williams.Jew fish weighing Twelfth S reet. 3O8.j .

:t.t: Mr. J..G." Heater, sad his guest.Mr. about>Mare( U In'hla yacht coming 142V ...... 'I.i ,FOR,SALE AT, A.B dllN. I Ii.
Paris.'Frsoc' The'yacht.which f
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< .'J. fX Chandler oCnttsburg, win < 5 i.
':oa Thursday for shim s to speed A :'to 35n feet In (length ..4'draw' k Forty aer**,f land upon upper rock :

few .ony u Mr.! pBnadler, wW retire U I test of w....,t cannot ,eater the House Boat: ,road to.Cocoanat Grog .for sale at abargala.,0nly ,
via ,...,. and Ortoidov where ho win harbor:aad will havs.jri; .I T.__ -atoartw- mile Erin
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Wow I Mr. Benaett ha reqasstsd Usa&-- c ,-
hows
aoptse" a tine ,. I going' i lags to. made and that' a suitable aaicborageb :- For Sale city. I...... of Price A:'Caatler.'aT--

,-.... and MTB.I'Joha 'L, PogftttJacksoavOle o< *
", ,...,.htur.ed.from. &. o>J i j win mak.11* aouadlag- I I AMrm BM 404, Mla.t. deceased. '
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WASHINGTON LETTER I IJ A LITTLE NONSENSE. OVER_THE HOUSE. propriate. The rest smallest with/regard one fits to dowon isize. <.. 'LARGEST STOCK

i : : ; Met,.ede .. Mending!! Leekbi. the front rest, the next size fo -
j He Held. {t. a Train but T.... Net e.
l.J F..L ... Railroad Variety. .t..r Weeee Ware Utanaile.. Ion above, until the entire Mt i it ..rRU"IN
fd c r First President I housewife!#ki upon placed. The whole,service not onl, Fancy Groceries. .
11 :The traveling men in the tmo: average {Uunend show to advantage, but is ,safel, Grain and Fertilizers.PRtsn.GfTABLtSYachtingTrade
1 Feed
j I y a Librarian. I II lag compartment of the FuIInu :* at absolutely be Hay ,
held to that each platter can Mlectej -
1 tVben her orj{ voode::
The convert granite
i were "renunucing.
i k"r
this
st mean
once. By simple
I Lion turned to each man's mo. nteiUil spring a leak th. : alSpecialty' :
iris orwstD TO raomino: :I. these, large dishes take up littl
. '' I thrilling.eiperience,and each lOught] them away with .i[sigh 01 room on the pantry shelf, and then .
i I Iaa. to recount a tale in .bih he had and proceeds to net,
irttt. .JI buy U no longer noise or confusion in
> IM .. I. ana T. played the hero's part. One told to take their place. At ;a restoring them to their place E. L. Bradyr& Co.
..: ... JD[ ..... *.4 U_ !. aLtrs..t tow he bad carried a beautiful girl of fact either of these nten

oa"Hi. ....j.-' f_ down the ladder from the top .Iory be successfully jieated at Kitchen T.. La,.... t

.aNbej C4oe bU tnrrnettr LWe .. ,of a burning houte. Another pn The French the beat cook in the a-a.OO.: IaiU3. ,
f much Whei ,
I without
y-'u ... Directed. ...-- a thrilling account of how he had '
world their entire talk! ..JCo
.... ....I..u._. ,, I put two' burglars to'rout, pistol i in te ulenil Uffi1' en- within the perrtrm area that is often give) Phone S4.:;

Dr. Junes I H. Canfield. librarianjCbtMblalaaJveralUr. or hand, at 3 o clock'in the mornin, bole and a cop in this country in a house of mod :. .A.va., :Cr Qs'12ZC1T; elth. $t.
another told how in the mid This will tate a ver '
Still :
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.. china closet slow
whU* wmtai.tome crate size to the ,
old iuannacrli; U ncatl7.4\KOY' of a train wreck he had extricate not much itrength, and for the, American following hia ;-. .
two men from beneath the burning will be effectually stopped. fallen! the :=
has into
ancestor
hitherto nnpul English ,
,red aalortclnaljaiid, j Wheels '
1 timbersjust as the flames ..ere different sizes of .- I .
Baaed letter of iCeorie; Waehlntfoi buy cop habit of giving an undue amounof : bt
.. about to engulf them. All the a- at hardware ttorea. '1'br7 to the kitchen or
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tbe drew tort'! Poet. The letter ] importance '
tara
!addressed t 0 Alexander DamUtwi a.4 'periences were, if not yams colored pure aDd the in package and ought service portion of the house. Thi' For.[[Every body. ;

t 'ears the date of And 28. 1793. It.I. simple, highly by cofrl 4 wore than 5 cent* a pack tendency reacts upon itself and i&:
10 sheet 1WaahlBftoa'e :jrivid imagination of the narrators be that the exaggerated importance -1
vrtttewjoe.alnrfejUrre I Ore package ought to meiK may .
rtaracterled i *...... TtSaaaaaerfpt The conversation bad been listeiid leaking granite ware that 701 given to the! servant problenin 7 Ived err

tt to a remarkably poll to bye small, mild mannered ii- in whole lifetimo. this country is I less unavoidable I ;, laver iptneat of the Lases.Tribusze .
your
State of preeefraUoo' there Abe' feifvUewees )feDJ T' looking man and a "ranutsideR" rivets i baTe a head at em than the ordinary housewife sup-! I -

of dbasurenewt or diet*** Seeing smile hoverin The mall end thejuld be la- poee. If she could once be brongn ,>ffiag1eDaiid..' >6fne11'sThe '

:atte.. 'After eoaamewttef opus the lot. about the corners turned of his month hint,and one in.the hole in the|'Article yo to consider restricting the area not, beet"and the cheapest bicycle oti the market. We I
to
of a watch by m British eCker..W'" >f the drummers tell to mend and pressed through. given to the kitchen and the closet I' also carry a large stock qf Tires baddies Rims Ac.. and.do
.Inctoo.poUUe CompUmesfamitto. opus .Ia laid. Tertian yon can ns sow they| vessel ahouldj be placed connected with it might it not h Repairing of all kiDdL call and see as.< "'
of yours of this kind.-

3 suer !*the paper aiCBator which of had PabIl.DeI appear experience, maybe I can which,?: replied seemed the i hammered firm down and the or flatten end of found household that life the ordinary would move routine along of Carroll l '& Park, 12th St/'Mjami. Fla .j
to
stranger in a way and with less friction!t .
ta reopen to a. todnlry of IlaiaUtoiprotMblf Thi* will bold it in pUee. more easily -g
indicate that experience
thrilling
> retard We bin aceeptaac and, that the !I rivets an -Good Housekeeping. r I

of a reiamlnaUofj for the prealdeac the net]. were rence.to fTre him done aa several everyday things ocenr-in very easily bianipnlated. teak With Muekroem )OMO.|, McNeill & Co. :
desire to
has
he .spftiIIR pus [ be beat to mend a bole u
For I held
time. instance once < bone fat
my Remote the superfluous
'of his 1t.... retf emeet .Tbe lettefoOowsi it i* diacove If it ii al "
up a train. and flank end from a sirloin steak "

I Meowt T......-. act-uI new Ina.loaf "Whatr came a bunt of meted to become too off large the gran dia- cut about two inches thick and press Livery Feed andSale Stable .
to peel i#for tome
tin I have ha4 .... plovers to ,. dogs surprise. "Yon don't look U, the meat into circular shape. Flan

,.esevs. .--ct-. .... date. te tk.Oe UU.-aeuooier man.on all alone held up i I the will bole. {f If this rivet hap- it on a hot'well' greased griddle and 12th Street West of RaiIroari. '
MM r- ware nothold a ,
O..araa indi .
seemed to
Their (
train P tone
.... I will forward |be letter le cook to taste, turning frequently
Mertaa*' y tbs Ant eoar jrm_ a" .*. ate wonder as to what he was doing chip away. Pour over1 1 it a mushroom sauce We have gentle horses, broke for J ladies to ride and drive. <
would ease desire mend article
ae7 particelar wtabae that IM { to aa .
outside a jail. made follow: Brown a slice oi
with the ..._ eoBtalaae tm tt.-AI- as
ply thane X caa eekmlir hMalM bow th ..y... alone and anaided I heW wood fiber take some putty onion and a clove of garlic cut fine, *
watch of .1| BrUleh .mu.' arced wtthtatbe 'np a train." ally fill up the break. Then In three tablespoonfuls of butter. Good( Comfortable Carrages,.
neat ehMiU bar* Callam hrta hi This will but .
harden.
...... (what, wae ...,. arila* (mm tbMM <. Tell Jn* about it." it to Add four tablespoonfuls of browned Firstclass Teams and -
.. ectkm!yet. tf It M ....---. 1 1.aattar I They'' crowded around expectant if left,u it ia. However, Sour one-fourth tablespoonful ol ,
.,.., tbr win b* .. rahMUaeior be made! more tub- ,
delay.la rotating tt.. the tfmlty. 11 and lighted fresh cigars. may and I Alt and a dash of.pepper, and whenit Reliable WhiteDrivers.][ 4
it
+ ,1oa.-a..tkaI.- : ;;"Ohi gentlemen, I don't knoi, by painting over becomes frothy add a cupful of
'.ar the .....t_ of FvblbM baa cartatali aJteroMM hat I care.to talk about it. :Ah a firm cloth over the paint brown stock. Let come to a boil "'

...|..mat... than eauataeUaev*. eUlmlnc I han a i seal dl.tlo. loU sure you want''to hear it f "1Crtainly. [: it again, and your uten- ind strain over half a cupful oljntton 'KEROSiNE' ENGINES. x
..... place bi air.luwmry. I bare realU7 I Go ahead," cam the be u strong u ever): in that mushrooms. Reheat without
t.. __i ... MB *rtmtM stronger.than it..u
!_ e1At. lad the cMW.r thenallalaly ) rro: even tailing before turning over'" the *
acltatee; lea far .. I hamable "JeD. I said that alone and 'no. i I* itesk.. If you surround the steak Safe iBdicIIable Power;

ua..eaog M_ehteia pi..these.....)I. aadt will wlthcot ass that ana I ided'I'held up a train. Yon see,, To saw the riM Past.... rith .broiler staffed tomatoes 01 1 for AD Piiwsesv 1'No

.... .* ether a* wO calculated> <.H. itl tl was this I< way: I was nine yean china closets .whether in peppers you will have an ideal dish t.
eaorlttloa of '' I '
k .Sal..fadoaeao... clad t.ae re the aee fi.*.... .( taw old, and. was a page at'my: big 'or in butler's pantry, there gfmrtNt1nrt1
fW.ssra WI.. the ......... ..Tastances ister J wedding. ..The train was Removing Crt mIoe.I .
for
felt need
sad fugitive 9rlormajMMO whichattete.d but"He been a some I method of No Water Consud. 1
refined
retty heavy, The most reno
ehl. erlel shall have dlsppe.rr of arranging the various SIMS Odor.a
J ... thai serf will merit the notice of Pow got no further. For once the belonging to set of ving crumbs' from the table fc No Electric Battery. No ,
t Salty!I.bras. te tt are enadidlyle la ingh was on the drummers.Nework any *>n!idered to be the use of a table t -
....... ., tntm ... ten without piling them on top
% 4 the princlplea : Times: either! small elves marketfi
Ise er twrenUBeat. which will be elwey "other, a mOlt awkward and ispkin and: a The best power on the
]I tntereetins to. aakla4 ee ...* aathe} or an ordinary plate. The metil ;!lo
f scan Joe tan netted la Ctrl Sactety.The ) ''Th*'Lkwk of Lveky Lwea. method, with ''much ray I crumb is still in use if >, for'aU purposes. Call at our r.

%j .-.... ,1 heW. BreawaM.latter was traaa the. .yew....1Y.Cotrm-ea& .byWeh 'There breakage are now\when, for sale handling plat.I miD! homed scraper but the napkin i* prrred .. :i office and examine one in operation

s i tbe JIHIMIS yea salted cuwuM..** aeoaliaeiafa.....-...la.. 1 made, of .naturaJ..ood.'. by those' s bn follow eloseljhe I All sizes. 6 om'one 'to
.tag I are Mt very well eatMted with tbs customs of the da r. "
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.1 ., Federal shah tnT horsepowP.ri( on applicaticn. .
taaieary tt:; ret the
!*.. have prat..dedl with ,_.szeepdoa. been _. I
... good a $train< that I boo* the .optical! fi'I ride a tne] bonito death. womai dlaaatlafledllf MIAMI PRINTING. co. Agents.
machine may he nttoo, wlthaetJoeh Many a bUr:: Miami. Florida
effort er ; need him 'at a tutor* date. eearTW llf- b.r hatband 1. _
.... whirl
.. 0. tbe hlliTT t yes --- moo
ray .othla*;
eoirtifcle your r--
......i the evea it te aaay .... j t .
M bpas: sad ... .It ahenli ee .
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It',wilt be a ..- to deter =.. 1 ..I .
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(oraUa* _'. rrre- 1'
........ ee tone ea nekr data sight Joe
Moroed. for one te net with the treated }rVVTut's that r cried the motorist .
wlabte ;
.. and prearletyj IW not 1
eancial nty. prrramni. *enn.ant Dud bis tire exploded.. "Broken botehf -
For yea know *t aaihatt....., tidy I believe that=.. .
sass Sir. I* b* p asua 1 ant j jt
gents of affectation when I tell yea It tonur ,
a gnat and pole lode te B..e and die la the ; __
pane and mlrrnnetj. en ngr ewn tamvWere _
tt aver .... ,- f n(Uo* .
., ....... eIaeu Joe!aeptMdlr I'M -
sad eeane ethers sobs re aveevalneed ..111fry t :
heart would enreM tile wend and Po*> i !t -'
.t.rIt) Blcht proeahUI awae* n>e ef taeee- ;
-. ... ....... {nun t nope I dun
BnnneM and 1'trt1M-- !
*e nn ittaaiaw 'I .......... the Moat en-
.......1.| an tltlea> the character ., ea fLeadtI .
...lees. u well ae preys (what I desire
f to Joe!.eMU..... .. reality) that I ass.
WILla peat .e.e.rw *.--.. .
..r>wIlir. -
.Te0rrrUa4aiU I- r- f' has been the record
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Meet ebeateat ITMe tera =That fellow!} put it there on I ( +

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x. TO. FIX ,
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tei silts a.gv.'a ra.- se. ,

Mew to make a dire. bab whit. .. since there has been a
,the problem ewtlch Dr. Jacob W.
BIU oC Booth Bend.la I mg a4 witlcb he believe be]wUllOI..e
AMI. 4
T snw by aa'.x,erlmeDt at a ltal InoothiBettd. I
I HI* plan K U brief to
keep the child excluded from an light

s ppt red tar*, says the Chicago Bee-
enJ4. Dr.'HID. who U a lending '
I rtclta and auneo of South Bend =- just"then the motor started off

ad pas a mMtaOoa aa a phriMoficalrt. aDeI the motorist_was ao busy ruDII :
,: to aeatated ta>hi tavcetl fPC.
Dr. W.X Hater. '; .::
,. HUT thoorr;:> that the, akin. ofhv
far .......eneItI,. than I r "

another,'race aa4that; forrepsoil '
) store coloring matter $a
r"tlw..ut t* hW akin .. protect him

tie- cOnutle eMIII.... ttadrr;which mac, 4,_ S1'sea' op'i'of1.jamj that it the )local
Isltorefathen: ......bom. the latena r.::1.',: .". : the patronage of the p Kon. the, grounds gives ne'Ys. 4

et tat tropics aaauar ht'Mc i, I : ._- It thoroughly its field it has always stood for the;'best. .1|
ty. preventing. pilmntatJaa.4.DedU4 .,.,. telegrap lc.' ov.ers' .
bdteve ed eoiortd |>ajrnfci ; what is' in Dade |
'" read it if want to keep posted on doing
watch la rusty bens whit*.'tor*, : \. the people.. You must you
art...voder tber ana's rays; win ::J.. i '

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m.tIe. Moths? has eoftaente4 -he left his coat and bat aid* .;; 1 J'' 1 y'.

bjoet eC the wsyedstent. nicsi'fat}pedtetbook; 40.charge. '. ,

.ia koa0na. wflT b* JAYp x. J. CL5O% ;.. .. L PATTUlIOl'It 'M. McDonald

:ffi. *be,'re1J1q.compietelv Boortac rwjriabed.and far to CA.AyattakleaUe.ee.- .! *\. t [ :.!.45.1 '0,. ,1 in-r r I idra fc y.sad.Twr J.. L N

*altuk hedclotht&K aad cortalae are He-.I'm' afraid' my'; picture I I SANITARY -

t*;be of that color; patient, attending' Itisa.Gotroz was. not quite satufsetori I 1 ,, if
physicians and nnnea win wear redgop. i '
PLUMBING; |d J
.. while the 00)7 light will cone ,

L tots through Posen.red globed. sad red wtohave- held She,responsible-.Oh, well,for art aatare/should, not \ DadeugtyAbstraet/\ .C' o.CtconroMATEH -." PLlfMBERSf, I

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L..S'w reejuelanpe.aeaatafwMsea Quite N..enary. 1 1 "oJ' SUPPLIES#
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.l t The' ctnrtaatocraph seems!, .. Mr.I Swift-VThy on earth'are I; : .& feUILDBCO; =,':. ,"" .MIAML FUrm j.. Clmlu u4 lulls ajtnr;
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6tt- rather aoccefafuiry seed b7 Pae.MTeoua taking my revolver t*the party f. : J 'wheelffor i
f ora ttatyt aeve1tamdy.1bat ym yum,I. ; :MrstSwift=Ir:1a": ;cardrty 1-_ AH kind *
e* eahlbMtor orated my dear.;:'; Cucionau Com I 1f -T: unit or rrtt' '
vrndmra bow trpleal eptntton*aboatd ,. I f
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fttloIhat. kiimli Aeeuacti
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t tIa Florida E'ast Coast Ry. FUTURE Of MOTOR BOATS.! AMERICANS BEST FIREMEN I REMOVING' THE 'STOMACH., N '!",'!'1

C.m/.g ...... Will *.. Uvoly m... I "
t.g .. ........ w.._ N n.elar. N "-.I'. sir. Brtsd. ; At a of medical men in t
Trade
CARD t ..... ..u... WrU T.... Mark: .:;
lOCAl TIME Hi'52. la Effect January 12, $1904- The landsman, who"t. not a> motor Alfred Webb, chief officer of the Or ,Vienna the other day Dr. Ullnun .

"% stymatvat-nut tew.. IOITpou...-... w.m Rant has bem .omew .t pnntcd to brigade of New Booth Wales Asttr. presented" a woman of' tirty-tw "'"
Mlentand the furor o..r"-tintolDoblk' lies with headquarters la Sydney, wa jean whose entire stomach had been WADDELL'S
..M ..." N II tUTlOllt' .a II na 71 as UDsnr. boat '.nd why Ottf are catted curd recently la Kansas City. Uo_.Inspect removed in an-operation'for cancer .
lid,. lid,. lieU,. DaUr, lhar.a I
T aad not fut laoncbe*. says tba n_ big the Ore department with a vie* Nevertheless the digests all her food Guarantee j* a

t N,,>,w T N .iLY J4'"kII.._Ali! .. a Y .. T Mt crated Bportlijj Newm. TOCM sDeedJ of gaining lafonnatlon that may bused > and hat gained weight since the op Written Contract"You

t ,a lpUN r,II. 10 f.ca-'w.-L.'IA 781. I"ii N.Z. Raft bower an ID a rteM bf the>. IB Improving his brlgatles. VI r eration. The doctor stated that the
t .7 p 11 M aaCl. .. r. Webb ta making tour of tile world hesaichof
of the stomach
I 1111", 10 r-hill .a. t toI "If SPIT_ IDd f ibelr lntro luctlo may operation removing
= mm a rerolnUoa In amaD boat far such mfunuatlon T* ba- had now been successfully performed .. tee H'MteJ
1",11" II Y At latta-4.--J.oI .ti d H, a II, been traveling mentis < .. vie or
sot
f 1 N"u s4 t .11:1.c. 1.I ;.I" ....,, r .of, T Y 121 1 I'" 1.E pastime and water communication ....- tted:,nesriy fifty cities oa both .<..lea.CbIt o over twenty times. The ttonv He u sot
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7.s At ... $Jla'I I I- s Y liar to the effecU of tile atonx>bll. on ;Atiaatic ocean la Europe he ta> ach really\ play only small part in I
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I 121Y IN Lv : TN 7is I lit I ; He putt
a 1 UM **f of borwleueblclft.. Tb a. specked lira departments la tarts Ber the complex act of digestion itt you oa top

I.1, )(-_ .. .."- temobll bout I. merely SB automobile tin. Vienna' Mammies.. CopeolisgeBRtockbolm. principal ruse being that of a.retervor : tjr H1Ji I jrou atM the
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'it IN_, .t enzln* tit a boll modeled fur high DrruM-u.. Cologne Aatwerj ; hence it U that without this. bottom

I 122 l'4,, SUpL/7 0.-1- $0 4N .. 4N 4 ..! II iwcd.. TIM advautag. over Ream' and and Bmsseta: oo\tb contUwut and h organ meals have to be taken incoa. c.. pew _afsJ, ,..

isp'/N, .... iii naphtha Unncbe bas .befiui to behiated taadoa and Bfteen other. cities ask often and Mutually small saw 5 hey rat _w't
1 :: :-:, I '' .1 *t la the trial already made .t towns I. England Ireland and Sent' There are several little organs of'' 1&e&e.npr6q. ... IcCd

I.s 'M.. 1'It.nJ,f'_ 1tr Ice bode and abroad, I. a contest OB the land. In America he is visited Net co nplex chemical function far more II e1"' ,

"I .1'11" ...,.... I .. I"I! 1MB the winning boat maintained.. an Tork. Boston Daltlmere ladetpbla inoitpentable than the ttomach, artee
., I" HI Indianapolis. and otter targ
,. Ii Chicago .
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; s .11 I .. 1 areraf speed of twenty-two mllea an sites He aim saw Ire departmentla which are seldom heard of. Weotald f. A. WADDED .
J I. N boor and faster time bar been made not exist for instance without ,
II. L I borter CSOieea.:i Tb Brat mate! several clttes la Canada. '\ it..t Eaca.. fa"';" ....'I......'.
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IB tile Catted !States bad
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U 1:: fa r eouipetltor a motor boat that bad Covered seen Mr. Webb thinks those of th. \\"eekJ1.F ; Oflict First XIL But Xiui. Fy;;
United states elM best. Most coos
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D .'H.b. s14l i iHI i 2G.-d&a BM.*ard mU la 2 mlnote. and trie et the old world he ...,. do BOkeep \ atii ** Wall 5**.*. .

M WJ.ptt. sw: their departments up to date. "There it a good deal of unhappiness .
4N!f--.":!. -- ins Yachts capable of such high speeds
'II ill... uw se Tbe departments of this county \ nnectec1 with Wall "
f7 is+ street
su. n I rare of Doge cost vperttcd byptckwcrvwa TWO 13 MmiTHAg
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I .. II .. I.' and hart bn compared wltl b.vj much better and more moden said Jrme* B. Keene, "bat there'a ONL8R
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.. L' apparatus than I saw In Eorope. '
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1 si ,14 llal".daii__ 1 11 1 1r the latest dealpa of torpedo craft Tb any fascination about stocks that i isn'tknown ..aster for the If morotift
.1 : lta..C1t 7 747 t:. .1=. automobile la nothlnc more this a ..kit| Mr. Webb -I.m.. old Loodo to anjr other line of business. readers. .., M save mosey
Ysilt 1N At ._) L 9 44 1M flmnaa and I should naturally feel
tDttlf tirfwe know
j foot lannob.. with its how t* help *. w.
thirty weighing Wall street jntariably draws a man ye ;
traiM 4.Mt .*u MUM*wMn 1 to M(r.wa. partial to London, bat I most .., .a.. Is li to TIM pay a Htui tbs.
entwine .... that 800 pound, bat lapdhi. ', back no matte what his failure more
thai Ha are department la not so mod \ the price of one
Schedule and papa sad ses she two
Cod i Bed Between jMkjKNiTfll* St. A rnttae.rTOILMWUtTMI. of developing more than twenty .
t era its It might hela ., may hare been. If a dry goods merchant TN W1."V **. price of ***f Dally
I borwpo_. A1 yacht or torpedo boa
JACN.wrLLal a..utaalttnal7t .4J a.tl u,,,, Ilw covey *.se mesa sw1 p111!, '; this country I find things better goes under;. loses every cent rllDNo".loa..1I4 Cllliea has noisily
a.urDsu,. D.uf. paw. IMIftt IMlyJU .. B.. capable of a speed of twenty-flr mile The erection of floe buildings ... he hat and findt that hell completely Mea reduced. Lathe follower priosa
I an hoar measure Its horsepower 111; .... Three mo.tb............. .
I .J..tw.u 1s..HS.y11s tN tN 1161Ar.a..As caused Bre departments to be sup wound no one sees RUB. in the .... i I M
1N.m/1.auab NM iNp N sit / iistI / i tboasanda. TIle' motor boat la handled piled with high fire flfriitlng machinesIn up district until he naatriei 411 _Ibs....... : .......;... S 0* 3
I and steered by an* maD who controls dry goods 0lta1'.............;...... .: i!'!'
the United Ptates ail Canada I sawwater i
$LAuS Tagtravel s wt K p'.fl a.Nt at! s.ta1 I rudder and engine! just a* he' controls a good many time to get on his! feet w. prepoM .. wad 7M. botfc It
towers bat I them In Bother > *
TBMCMMmUt DW, >rb le. ... 5 D.ib 11snr Duty tally I his a.temobile4) These craft m.d. a part of tbe world sdw, TIle cities et in other ways. Then he mayygo Dall y a.. 1M".y Tim_ .... ..st. .
b..st A Tl. 's. Ui r11YIt111 4N 111 I SMSJt Np .nuatloB In England .....Franc* be- United back. It is the Same with other U1UMB and MM M nor tu for t* ,
tile States 1Ia.IH't the
dL.t.w s >M IY.1211.12.1M111 114 711 i i> Jiapff- i fotbejr attracted mach attention In neces branches of trade. But when a man Wx Bontlu...... 1 1 th ;
slties of the day In tbe way of are light e year................ ... ,
Followla TralBt I the roped States, but the coming aea
Art Pullan down
jibe Through i get heavily bit around the t.t.I-
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tag apparatus better than tboce aulother will seas you the & =; ;
I. Y.rtm raaiBt i wtsnsa w rtN.A4 son will see llreiy raring OB waters eoantry. American .. 1 I street be can be found at the old rimw.Ualo. aid Cltlrea
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/ wW 4fettw4t-tki<> $p.ew boom la
5aw New Tort and a big the
tl w4 te-OMUrant riBs .L tdn I -Chic. and 718+4.ldah l ,, near: have.found, are+!, very brave ,Os compe stand until he leaves the world for. lI u.;
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,41 ass 4-Smsou Urn tte Ualad r ds U i .. ; demand for then bandy little boats.whose good. "
speed and ease of handling are teat also.-' |, ''-. slz'tbe for.. ........... I a
T bur tl tr M.MBBOMd netwlralr W Fallm*Cmn u4 nipmiiil ...t Ars will M eb.rg.4. 1 .
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sw.bw tA .s w&a.w w>le> .us rU .t ku Y ebas.drt wholly new to small craft BISHOP DUDLEY'S SAMPLES .t.

t Naitap IUIICII.ITA I I SLAMS liTT tlAaer.I t---- Town Haa Two Name Tbo for V! entt MOT tbs
HONEYMOON IN WORKSHOP. Bw s nrmmm ..... tp lk. .... I'icrce City b probably the price of the 1 11 1.11 Dafl abrm.ll< ,..n1) I K......... b/.law only 'M for efty eenss more than the "I"
town in tbe state has
It.** .... ......I..S t..pe.d The late Thomas rn It
1 dames. originally called at:- 8eat-Wffkl1 TIat..U.JOII aM
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w i Mt.w. idle HSM.While Episcopal: bishop of nwky. was Imaa (Atlars
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I !r Colonel in the of ,
1 M -1-- ae 4 1 1 i. y 1 241 PI U 4*buur.VrJ Xirnuimum N pd Edward Cro er of Chester,Ftu of tanre' and genial pre.ened. a : president; ; Growrr. '|! \f .
I Is enjoying himself with his family la lover of good stories and roOd chef the Frisco railway. In later lean Bead your MUcriptioM to ...' Cub
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ease / Dsa1 i1 11 t I Robinson, who faced all aorta who used to tell on hhnaelf tbe following how Colonel Peirce spelled his name< 'r t Ta Mrraorout, .

$1 Y 1 5 L- Jaetr..tiI. 4 / 0 N p of obstacle to marry Miss Sarah taMIl story says the New Toot Tribe and fell to calling their pottoffice MUMK.n..
gg N ft i.. ..w.... -. ...tt J.et. .. 1 t r Abet U. who dared to stand by her ... ; ,, Pierce City; Cow the town U knownoa '

U s S -int.i.p Snell choice despite the energetic oppositionof A somber of years ago be was golnt the state maps as "Railroad Station I.... I
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her people ta whiling away tone of by train to one of the smaller town: Peirce City Pottoffice, Pierce '\
AHO OCOOCIITAI. gnA*sm comiECTioirs AT mua.tun 1 the time working la his hats various of his diocese to bold services. He was Kansas II \
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: workshops near Cheater says. the Phil- enjoying a cigar la tile smoker, and on COoley & JterTktReal ) '-
eeaaccnoa auttw alert LTI tru.tmP M Tiit .aets.c tmurrraHAVANA. .
adelpbla Public Ledger. tile seat facing him was a large valise :
KEY !WEST AND NASSAU. n f It .. not jrenerslly known that Edward containing hta clerical vestments. A NEARLY FORFEITS HIS L1FK.A -
C'raRf. Cpland villa which la drummer sitting back of him noticing runaway almost ssjdh-f fault, start- : Estitt ul Relive Ants ,
Tb.r TIoM Ta... eb*river ww.to IMBMf Wesswtod ts ante* so* ...... T .4 a harribto atccr* on ib*:tag of / B.1rs >i;
... 1M..I.& tan 4.ir.rriv.m M 4..rasr.. M tb. tl_ rata It BM nusat ... situated .. Jbe summit of a hill overlooking his jaunty traveling cap, leaned forward i r. FraakBa drover Ilk par rose
I:.4... S.C.siMSf> *4fc Ump...ii>n an sslsr *r tar SISIHSKIS anslaf ', Bridgewater woods ta equipped aad Inquired: van tt .ttoa an ...... and all rtsts.IM. List :
with .1|paint shop a blacksmiths Traveling man, ehr But I BnektM-s Anloa. sUr had YoBr'Proftrtj With.Tki.

PV c r .* u*LD.AL nws CAJtD_Stow t.r.rir shop a carpenter shop and a nacfaln ,er..." answered the bishop. ,. .. .trMbl. .. clew NIL Jc!: aDr'" .
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*S05 THE TTCKET AQE T. t shop machinery. la all of.tb departments "'What booM d'ye represent 'or barns trains. skin 'oraptloM and A use'prep.. of bay front' iX

J. P. RAft (ER Asst. Oa. Pass. ArU ST.'"Av snmi. PLAT bring operated by aa electric .. ,Tbe biggest house .. the ..world. pU.s., ft at, an .raecists.iI'Tifcipsranss l lSsda r with riparian ngbts."vitbia-afeii y ft.t.UM -
motor.' It ta a bobby of Mr. Cro- Sbimto'trr" (the largest boos ta dactaaatl walk of th* business center
J ';; ser to tinker,la all of tbe stops.'andY bt ) asked tb* drummer. .ot Miami being SaO feet .. bay an1 .j;

k 1 .1 ( unite aa expert sechask.x J "Bigger than that .s ;".._ *00 lees deep, bating a Jot of lae) .It"
This hive of Industry Is dia "Marshall Fleldr bearlii; reea .. I.. 'Thi I* a a..
biting All the railroads that center b place for. wrier ..... .df.
posal of ilr. Boblnaoa. and talf Bigger than that. ; ."a
oats also .. the mechanical tine 74 "A. T. Btewarft Chicago have prohibited the (use of I "

EAB.CJA.RDAir, find pleasure la passing part of tin -Bigger yet'"WeU. liquor or Practically employees whenan 328.. Tldfii Srmr. Shaer BId.
; i say la making odds and end of thlsjs what booM to itt Those aft doty. all the #Important MIAMI. FLA..
Stl Raiiwa3' i Every afternoon be ass Mrs, BoMn! the best I tDow.ftPI'8P1It. .- railroads now concur in this t
Line ..! : son go for a horseback ride. Mrs. Bob 1 air." said tile btabop 1mmslTely. prohibition. The Western Electric .. I I I I I I I I j I rt

!. :poa",t Inmn .b a splesxlJd horsewoaaaa. ant > tbe bouse of God. company and numerous other great I
they are becoming familiar Bgares t* The talesman gave a gasp; then 'forbU '
... ,'c..J 1- ... business concern in the west
Savannah Columbia r Camden, Southern'?PlneR.1leighIRlchmnd 0., the residents of Cplaad and Cheater u (lancing at the mammoth valise. exClaimed not only the use of liquor, bat oi Whit Eagle BalttSbo t :'- I }
they pas..through the street*.; : < x
and the
Washington/{ Baltimore -Well an Iv t.t ta cigarettes; habit now grownto Four Ch.Urs. 'No wdii '
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--.- got sty yea carryi -an almost incredible ./extent -

u t Philadelphia: ew .York.. .IDEAL COLLEGE,PROF, .SSOR.' pretty fall line of sample* among all 'classes of the community -Best Service ia the Otr.

Three Elegant Trains Dally ....4 N .. .-..,... .... F?..U si4 I DOOM OF THE'.WHITE-RACE of "playing the races."'[ Bust- A. COLBY.' }J.' Proprietor, t f
,, stars.*.sad JTkswh ...>.> I nets reasons thus make necessary ao-J Twclftk BtrMt.
Seaboard N3W Yofk LIMlted. The onmliecstkms. for jtbe Ideal eojlej. A n..... ...,Ms.e I Boys;.Astatts the control or, avoidance'of I habits

I I'I'I/ ) Express \ ," : Seaboard Mail professor' .. outlined by President wm ..*..>. > against which moral realOD. are too :MRS. H. E. kRNOLD'

Harper la al!, lecture at |b* Unlrerslty Professor It. J. Davenport''of'tbeUalverslty often helpless- .- f

Modern PttllmaajEqjiipmetit. of Chicago, OB Tfie. Faculty of of Chicago aid to his claas tine. F FBETTER I ''r. JJUnlcurtng Ptrlot
College." are. says a Chicago dispatch the ether morning I. a: tartar. oa pItleal Effl'1bodlI' ,
h4 S.ira 7.. Tut i Iu.aie4 .. a... w .. .....+W .........., .e r+nr.11i t economy: tw A'Hatch.tt. .11I14.....
t t+7 a le..:dn.wh.. lf .. um. ,.r.. 84 5 .-.at.. .. Tar..pstatM..U.. ; ...... ...M. Ie' r.K. :
It "K Jdttwsvt11. .11..M M..T.rt..i ...411......."' ,........ IIC. '-.14. aj ; H. should be married.' L 1 Tbe Caacaslaa race to doomed to lU.A"1 '
.. .....Vfe .... ft-0n4tkJ.tr*.14*.... s tb.sb tiM '*'4a U.- lie abnnld be a church IDftD eventual 1 defeat la I struggle with the .1 was tr.sblsd with J'tOKID4
t He should mix with his. students ,eflbw race, whatever the developmeats'as ....... ludlaq.tk. Sad MTTMSsrrHs einty'
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Only line U"t"rt| tinr daily :ah t ought i.] sleepers r rum the class rooma.He .' :-outcome of the present JapneseBcsslaa T. J. Oras of Laaeaat.*. X. R.
*Jf..IT ........ me natO I bissa u.-
i.j Jm-l L so mile 'o.NewjOrleans.; :' : should have a cIo tor'. degree. sltmatloa may be. Woes rag Elsetris Blttsn which AM ore more
He should be wflllng to work. bard be all ed Olnese and Japanese begin tout MIl an the r-..- I sate ossA Clubbing
.eleven months la tile year .. poor oat-ever tb* world as tb* Be ,
"'h r Lave also kept mr wtf snodXe -
lie should be ta w1tb the ..... are doing, there wlD remain tot
full information anal l flerpcr ra etrati1ooy call oa .oy ligent of th.'; sympathy,, health for yoara. Bh* ass DM***
For ,
and take be English speaking and Ires tem.rsces
public aa active Interest. la Bitten ar*' Just sptaidld for f fsmal Rates.You
boardCWL: public affairs.The .- only one ''recourse, that:I jof! crossing ,fsutlss; that they ar a grand tosils for .
1Pm.-I&L '' colleice pntfesBBf wbo .. mar with the,Chinese, If they''! wm consent < .*-. rip .... women. No stl t msdlim -
;L 0. KeDaRH[ 1m. L { JackoDTiIleFlL ried." said President Hsrprr.iwill) d. ..m... On other term western civUlxatloB can tak Its place la oor taaIIIr.- can save money by sub

; I three times .. much: good la his peel.tlos may endure but,westera races rrr t''sa4 Only Me. Satlsfa/cUbs/ ) guar-
:- 'S.. C'fl: LsTONtJ.r f :, Pass.'Ant. aa one who .. single and If be hardly wm."With : ...... by an dr.gtil.ta' t tI scribing for the paper*>

5L 1 .'. baa three or four children he will be China'. yearly: Increase of you want through '

__ p 'f" f -i- .I. tin better: for be win.be a. stronger L0p0.nooi.with thetvpread of Its pop* .
----- ---r ,- ...." tattoo over BtMsla. ;Asia and with with
North t East Its warlike Imperial) traditions, one anderstaada -. at tap!**, Plano Player. The
Pee !*.!. !. ..!;. tM< t>.. :' the nightmare of dread

Irving C.t of pert Jrrvlo. !t. T.. Mda which rests ever western Europe. Th ,
Atlantic CoastLine leg cat off by a troll just before the coot** ., rivtlteatloa against tile I
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bollddys. and tbe leg was Pisces la .the hordes of Asia will hardly be .sal .. Metropolis.
1 v t ." .- ,' recrirlng tarn of tbe cemetery. .A'' ...... bat a stnucgW for survival to What '

SouthI i-I_ ,: -We-t: ; few days ago Cox complained to his. : the boslnew .T, a'l... Kow that theCtBcastaa I l
( I wife that there was something baiting i haaj with his gunboats. We can' give yak the
Scbed.le Chaare JanLryl3th.1')01." ; .: ita severed' leg says the Kew Tech foolishly broke down tbe barriers ofexrlasloB eboat'some
: t1 tw ..." ; ai .:......... World. He' became so B.rTiia that: about the Chinese and hat music ia DanyTamesUnioauciaa1r

p"'tg.l'. ;a ..oiss'"eolr rs r Tra9.. A t r[:.ttlL..lce.rol.. '.,..1.. r.coat.. \III. members of his family went to the j erred upon Asia the arts and sciences goat bone? I Metropolis jfarI

I. 1. .' <; ....., OJ peeevlsts visit ...... the box is of western cirlllsatkw. he H beginningto > i iI
: 1ti talalagtbe. severed limb aad revered gad himself engaged. ta an Industrial 10.00 a year, or both

-- -.- I, a bit */ fronea sand Although Cox I death,gr.ppfe4"lf..ly Tbs OIJ leUable EIMnOII for six. months: toe

............ .... ... ...... .... -.. ...... ... ..... did I ta not ald know that that.. Instant this had tbe bee sand done.t was.' !. .1_.... ...: .. >olsj : I .XMMiOf4 ua.t' '.,oo.. .

removed his pal. ceased, ,and upon The oddest and most Interesting per
rri" TNI I their not.... they found him happy and formaaces to ._,PW'tllNtrtft..t. .. .
riocida! llaSuw6fMwtr RKoldbltshIng free.from tbe annoyance, ] B charitable IIBUIUSS was recently glvB I d

: 1 le t to Eagtand. and It .ta doubtful Iteither Bush & .Salford.II The :\

Co, 5 *.l P.4.r..r a .......... could be duplicated to the United J .
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I. ... ,:... tM,.. k..ca a d .....b.itj 11-. faMlj The C....... coflec* recently corn States. *'. the!Lrew Tart ....... Taidla '- Trs_lleus 1.* *>>
.........l ......... tl.s__sM .acv._ It will b.caper. wilt,..._. ... pteted arrsngnnents for" the dedication the establishment *f a TtayTtaT Daily MetropolisTimes'Lnlon
.... II..t.k CAa1.4 b7 S ... 4.ps.., rw a.d Ball _
_4 ..weS i.travois ..."- N.fb-Lr..u.r 1.s 7..ie ,la a few days of Palmer ball elM bed for crippled boys an operetta it ,
1.selc. -! 4.4.. _.ss55 SIX.paasim. ._ new science building erected and wt4+ presented to Westminster.- ins 1Sem.&WecMy .
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cep 1s .. ... equipped at a cant of : which, the entire cast waa made np .* '
..1.eripb..llr.5as.M..1...J t1-..&Jr_ ..... e.IMi.e _I.-.y KCO.WM. say a
............Ii.I..otr. nu .s Mask b.S.u aM rM r. l.d..alai a.a.E r...... Colorado Pnrtnga dispatch t. the he]grandchildren jcharle* Dickens.ranging rJuto Smith :
.ills.Via.rtlc.a5a.115ia.d7s5willM.suvdfxs
C..Jaetars : Cleveland Plain ealcr. Tbe bnlUln to age frost fourteen to tweatytw -
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.E.---YIIa,.loci.. r54+ ...!-.-r.d.-wltta e. i. .em..e\aN...-.a will rank with those .f Tslev,MassachMetta rears. Tb otter, with ,the 1
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.ran 4..M..m writl.e, ': sad alt,.. .+ .fr.aswy others and its Importance Is douMntnj of the Earl and'coanteas of Dea4gh -
_....._..... t'isYa.uw t Murs" ,,.... arronnt of Ha locatloB la the west I ,"'seven daaghwn and ,one SOB.
wnrwdas i1l:' L- A feature of the exercises win beat .. Both performances were creditable... $5.50 a year

Ind2utr.1sft. :corJCoa ballttllft which over 310 alumni .>' yielded a Beat little torn for the charity Weekly Metropolis and Semi'
jJrfrboarJle' I F.., t eadlng universities of the country w,<* I named ta honor of on* of the Boat
t I be present each having Its own B
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; I Musty! adapt itself; to the need'*, of the public. Many Overdrafts.. .. .. .. .. .;. BOO .,* It ban > capital of $ ..,.... I Its board of i

r. people hare money on which they would like ..toricelvi V. 8. Bonds (to secure. dr.euladoa tMOO.COPremium directors is composed of business men' *of known..
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t in case a. better investment offers. Th i National Bank law provides t..r.!
: : Stocks aad bonds .' MOO.M stockholder*
'J- ,} tar Savings Department meets this want by payingFive Banking boos. .' {MSI.U liability equal to his stock. This !pats $100.000
F I ; ""I. Per l Cent. Interest.compoandedannual- DM from 0. S. .Trees : : UM.OO: amore, back of our\ institution. !all:'' .nTec-ateJ of

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reason of a large reserve kept on all deposits.- Cash la Tan* nOH.M. ;With two New York banks, the Merchants' Na-

General Banking Business Transacted. Capital Surplus 12IJM.M, I ,tional Bank and tie North American Trust Com.

: / acid Shareholders' Liability, --' pa.!. Mr. Oakley Thome, Pre.ide.it of the latter

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t' Uef The ticket tn the-comlac'primary Broward may lie making : ;
Win have their handkerc
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t{ South.. Vti bats their Handkerc itef will be so lone that only those.familiar the gubernatorial contest' mom Interesting r. : .1 f"
r mark It within the "j
Bazaar tomorrow :,at the staff of W. with the names can but we ;doubt his making Do
time limit The elector must not onlybe votes for hlniiuJf.Mr. -
many youfish
:]1. Bardlne. The;sale wffl be on all ." j 4.
edscated,but .. must be familiar .
,:day jaadj! there win be a.: fine lot-of I I
Sparkman to now holding down t ,
1 elegant 'handkerchiefs'' to I dispose. "of with the name on the ticket to voteIt .
ntelUfently. If he Is not and has i a seat In eoiaere-:wt It must be admitted .
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for the benefit of:the church fund.
to study the ticket very closely from that "Our Bob, HcNaaee has r
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COLT TODAT-.Aa.lsterestlag f tournameut top to bottom, some of the candidates him on the "uneasy MAt." an up'to=date suite' 2

for! the LIg.: !, Miller.prise. for he wishes to vote for at the bottom of tour.ism .. .L
t 1 CAr Sheets claims that he to
1"M (.-... celebration "apt for the ticket may net left. U MOOT opinion .
the State inspecting the schools
ansr nod runner up. Royal Palm that every candidate who latenda but In reality hells j merely I looking : If ... :drsp :. .. I
tournament win- should his before 2
pe for coasolstlou to announce get name
nW and runner up, to belngj played today the public a* early as possible after!hto old polltl1al,ft-. Sewell's t ,

-on U* Royal Palm links]'' Eighteen that,the electors may become. .familiar W1 ea"x,. Jennings-;: -was a candidate i

>; boles to being playsdjtoday' and with' (hem.-New Smyrna Braes for go! TIOr.;HoeJ R7IAam'J. Bryan ; \ .

i..:. _..t1J.w.. played tomorrow. as <.aa1l visited the State. JNow, the Governor
( Tailoring EstablishmentAnd
A movement was started pa foot at f
: b1aI tme. I to running1 for th* senate, sad we againhave
; -i r i a meeting of Ole FlottdsAutomobtlsAssociation .....
:\ .f Mrs Bryan In W midst. ,Strange
club>> was organised i ii at Jacksonville Tuesday I
The Bpfrkmaa eolnddence.'to say1 the least
look
i Saturday night at the Cigar MaaufaeIturers afternoon for the bonding:of Duva! i J-i r through our new 1904 Spring l'

room tn the Wright Mock, by county to build food,roads throughout -Pro(. Holloway to now oat In West i less We have three tailors from

. '1 iarg* number of Congressman'Spark. the county to supplement the school Florida' and to putting his political New York'and canmake'you a suit on :
the fcUowjng 011f faculties, and to absorb the floating n.&r.. to enable '
I: Ban's. friends and fence In, such 1. the "spot."
-* debt of the county. It is estimated that I
eers were elected:' ( f fA. them i to withstand the outage onslaught .!
f .J. Knight president f J.A.JTurnOT.rst' an Issue of three hundred thousand of CAr _SheatsJ: ;: : ..
.... .......... : Chnrle Wright.second dollars..-will; cover'. the, needs' as set -{ T I We, make it quick, : ..
J. Ties president; X CjOewls.;I Ii forth, and a rnmmlttee was' aetj to I Senator JlaDor1j{ nMtI7' '.... a : ii I :'

third Ties-president: Mtreasursr. .| \W._ carTntl work;to''look minutely Into the sitaaOoa. toning spssch ,Ia favor ot!.the, TaU- I And make it to fit .:, .
and report Upon the advisabilityof fieaUou of the Panama treaty. The .... . .
t; I I.A. J. Knight: E.: J.U C Sparkmaa., McNeil. T.aacretary tt Hen- urging a bond law for the amount stand of our delegation on ,this .Issue + ',' . .I. . .I". ri... . .'. I I I I II I I' I I I I I I I ::. .

t'Y'' "H. Knight and J:. L,' ****- necessary to meet the demands recog to endorsed .by an rioridtans. Irrespective I' ,

f nsen; were elected a* a campaign eom- alai"'as urgent"by th.* Automobile' 'of factional or sectional. feel-' . .. . . .. .' . . .. .- . .. .' .

f. aI.... sad''ojrm"taU active.maaage- AssodoUoo .... t .. ... t', ,
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... me.t of:the! campaign;..Tampa, ) .r- p' ',
1 8"IIIOI'IaIaI the Chilian steamer :Tallaferro and Darts: ;have bad.do: : i*
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.h-J Malpo SOU tone commanded by Cap- tag I some effective raiiipalgntng'. In' I .) '
'IQOOSampIes .. : .i
Tie reason'no many, merchants fan tan Caaswen, arrved here for teal and Washington and j Jackson counties. ,. ', ,
i In business to bscaide they[taU to yesterday proceeded to her destnatlon. From the; wekjome accorded :these

learn how to sn gcods below>> .cost She to under charter to load coal from gestlemefKo.. would Infer'thai, -West -i I I ,.
and still make money Norfolk1' to Valparaiso. and -ns noon norida to' not sack'n Stockton .or : J

,.: ,'t.Scientist. 't as her bunkers were"Oiled 'at Purr* Mays stronghold' .. some would For you to Select From$C- .

$.w 1'Ioer.-- .a...... ...... coal she sailed to take her east e. The.,q .u..r \ t tIt t + : ,r ,

believe the -stentug' stekmessjuew firm of Cary It Co. fined* up the Teasel. -' "all ". J . .. .. . . .' .. . .: .. ..
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I .devastating tateWof Africa and a'pilot. took her to sen yesterday!: t puslM strsats the t Ii
W invade the United States, posstkjyCtnctanatt This '........:.Bylng"i the !trt-eolor4 Tallaferra'organs aavNo ly. words of I I .

the ear when They they believed took up this the study to be Bag al the 8oIat. American country ,,1 peals V for Mr. Call when fbr'tk. dtsemsslncila scaator- ,.C Suits made in four days. Pants made in one day.We make: M

K Dem; Meet,.a CantraUn (in.) girl aid to have been the first Teasel pro:j so-ealM' candidacy .
who slept her fife away. says the Cincinnati pelted, by steam that has ever ....... ship W* were under tbs Inipraaslon anything from a pair pants to a dress suit Repairing =cleaning J :

Chmmerelal Trfb.... limber; this port with such colors at her mast.head. .: that Uncle With was running aeUnst"th and t pressing done by the latest J methods. Old clothes
evidence baa been found tn OnriMMttby Many other" republics of South Business ,Snator"-. wen as 'made to.
Dr. WUHam Mueblberg. bnrteriol- fch..Stockton l look like Prices reasonable.)
.gist nt tke-asedWnl de art.ent ef the America have been represented In the 1 ; ne>v.
mvemnyaad curstor at the City hospital -shipping.:**.Pensacolav but pilots aajthis .I The -welfare"of the ekIUran '; tltt"1 .
1s1loft..... ,.Dr. MueUberg has Is the first from CMtl-Pensaeola I s.\\, hide on hand at.our main store a line of Tuxedo suits. If interested
the germ withe disease : State demands ,that our dneatlonijllystem I I
Mud giving rise Nan ... '
to present In rst .1 b*""advanced' and perfected 'asspeedily \ dnip in to see us. "

Having. dleceverrd ;; In.i f Judge A,'!>>.. Tompklns,and wife of a* BraeUeaMe.. However, so 1 *
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large qnaatiOse rrIDe tlMg-a.o.l -
etckssa.|be ... jtr- "urfreesbfror; Teaa*, who have. been lone *s poHtleal pun seonat for more] ', . . .' i . .. .

mcflt; t. the! spending. several weeks.here" left thiscrnIadnorth than merltj. .;. and, as lone as favoritism y
It with the iWm attacking humanfoOnd itbad. bound., win make I -
..... They Is openly maalfoetsd then'w* nil
;.,n. them the Tbr :
newly tsalated sera" called rrp.n. nope jst, Palm ,Beach .St. :Augustine scarcely hop for.any Improvement In j John Sfcwell & Bro. .

0" i and other mints arriving home about,;I:oar schools. Would not.err,ehaac la ,

... a-I ..... f >. flrsf of Apr 'Their.non;:Xr. Spew j{''I.the omee of State School Superintendent -! .

4 TlieJCorran fwemment bat. erdrrrdKMTSBS. 'ompktns. rsmaini here, hating takes'I be best for the 'Interests of sflconcemedf 304 and 312= .12th 51. ,
;that j.11 I wit Out I I regard'! (srlasa position with the Biseajrme Drugs 'I This .. a matter that 1 ;; ;,j
V risk a should mot wW ewtht. I. ..,should not be lightly cotttderedf t i "- t. t'' :x
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