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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: November 30, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
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System ID: UF00076097:00218
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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.... si. 299oC j. i :r.= w MIAMI, FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER :30. 1904. C-: Price 5 Cents -

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DEEPEn ,TI R Council Resolved of Miami Second.be requested That the to City apropriate !- SECOND WADDIET lVEnMONT ISLAND OF CUBA. SENTEN'CEOTO .


I :. the sum of not less than J.O Andrews Makes Appeal to Jack 1

:too to the same fun. RIVERSIDEI ville Board of Trade.

FOR MIAMI Regarding the new city charter for OPENED AND I BE HUNGHerbie

Itaml the president appointed Messrs. :i J. O Andrews of Gainesville. Fla.,

-1f.! j K. H. Seymour 8. L. Patterson and I : '1 writes Secretary Smith of the Jacksonvllle -

.Mitchell D. Price to draw up one to I: Board of Trade, says the -

.. i I l he submitted to the Board' of Trade I

The Board of f'l'l'j Will Work for consideration. By Emperor of Japan; with Great I' S. A. Belcher and Other Jacksonville Metropolis, stating among Melbourne Will However
j other things "that the time has come ,
of the good .
Capt. H. B. Shaw spoke I "
.for Twenty FIet.. (! already done by the Board of Trade Ceremony To.Day-Post-, Home People Investing Heavily I when Jacksonville must, decide U to Appeal His Case. :.
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j I. l t I I ,pamphlet and wanted an Illustrated., tions of Confronting Armies in these Choice)' Additions her business relation with Cuba" and

|lODe gotten OP. and offering! that following I I further saying that the Cuba Railroad I. -

r; I J. resolution which was adopted: Unchanged. I on Miami River. 'Company Is now upending 1.1J(1II.000on

Wad MIre..TalilJJ, rj Ir* tflafis, I w be Besolved appointed, That to accept a committee for*the of Boardof three!! I 1 j ,I II i their northern '.terminal and that Ike Pl!$ ken UcUoi A aIIsI..Utah $M

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.. r-1IIaet r. q New Cat, faianIer ...t Trade a folder or pamphlet with I the work is about completed.! Tilt* -- Dr. III Mrs. Roberts and tl.ad ..
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J.L l I views of Miami for the purpose of be Ward Line halt the contract to and Mrs
LEADWAR I Messrs. J. H. Tatum *J j Co. are MI : A. M..Fermi 6.16fI4 -
if; J II ing circulated by citizens! with their formally bat from Cuba, and that
l. I .Tokio Nov. 30.- Tbe Emperor busy telling lots In Rlvrrxjilr\ I they I I Jackwinv.lle; by 1

., I .own private cards. opened the ''second war Diet to have tittle time for any|) other business prompt action can secure the t luinetts, De4_N Stledlf.
-r. T- lleurL! Shaw. ParrIsh and Blackman {I
and formality OC\a,4t1nally! lake I
I ceremony although they :
with great
day from the entire section
I I covered by the -- !
,A eery largely attended and enthnslaatfc were appointed.The'cigar and in his address from Uw throne time to;show a customer! a little further I I
talked of Cuban Railway Company by putting
Board'' industry was thank to his subjectsfor a* the line at Rlvermoui. Thu>, .. .. '
meeting of the Miami dTrade I he expressed .. ., J. ..
cud iir C. L. Xliuantea, of the Little ou nnu-claxs -.......... --.-... .I ....... .....
Itit' j their loyalty :and patriotism and Is the, beauUfal river front propertybelonging one medium ship end control
l WM held night and many Erma Cigar Company said that hli Nov. %1.-Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Roberta
of the Tatum and the
| I declared that the progress war to the Messrs.! situation by having a regular
important matbr.weM dflealsd and. firm needed 2S to 6* men and If the advantageof and la th handsomest entertained at dinner r Sunday tKeir
baa been constantly t* the M.. D.-TUrt. I schedule from Jacksonville to AntlUa
aiieoi .poa. tit'I f ; : board could help him nod them he tract la the without exception.Mr. .
i f Japan. county via bridal party at their home on William
: I f would be glad. He said that they I Miami going and coming, securingthe
for extraordinary S. A. Belcher who \knows a
Secretary E. V. D1 kmaa first called He also presented estimates ,
I' i f fof were behind with orders now to the sees'' mall, freight and passengers to street
expenditures. mod thing when he it went out
attention fa war
to two It vital >-, amount of 215.000 cigars and all they I and from the points named. Think of Mr. and Mrs. A. K:! Ferguson entertained .
I I the other.., and boaPt:1ot: 4 of Rlvermont -
portance flm the of deeper water needed was cigar makers, as.they bad at dinner Sunday their extinguished .
CONDITIONS ATjnOrtTPftACTICALLY, : containing lye acre*, for a the lumber shingles, brick hardware,
and second theiwciprodty. treaty work for them and money to pay them..A .
UNCHANGED which fabulous for Captain and Mr*.
price may seem unimproved Meade
with Cuba, or a neea or. higher tariff I motion was carried that the Board groceries, etc. required to supply a I "
headquarters via Fnsand. land but after; closing the
Oku's ; Dr. W. Browder wad Mr. <::11M.I .
o. the fruits ofReprdlag na advertisement country on a boom on both side of a Hlghee.
I I of Trade Insert the following
: water Tuesday, (delayed.-The positions of bargain be amid It would take Just I Goodwin.Mr.
the dOeyy projectutter in Tobacco: "W.nled-Z5 railroad 475 miles long and the
"' fusion '' the two armies are practically unchanged doable or $10,000 to get it back from products H. HartwelL who has been tattooed -
considerable] the ftd- to 50 cigannakers! at Miami. Florida .
I I and there has been no fightIng him. to be shipped from this Garden Cuba, during the
Cienfvegaa
at
dSS Brwia
lag motion hyf W. W.
that United
In
|, the most desirable city .
wit adopted. That &Sermanent t committee States for a permanent residence. save outpost;acoutiag. skirmishes When home people who have beenas of Eden as soon .. the thousands of storm season i I has arrived IB the dty

subr I I and an occasional Russian bombardment successful as Mr. Belcher in real Americans now located then" begin and will be assistant to W. V. Simmons -
on the &$deep cutter for Work the year round Union wages -
I which Is usually unanswered.The estate pays as much as j Ii1,000.oo'anacre operations. In 1902 the Imports into weather boreaa. liere.lra.
the
.r Miami be created ||e ollowi: ;The paid. For further Information address at
not effected by the for unimproved property it is a
Japanese are Cuba worth
were nearly $11,000,000 and the children accompanied
president of the Bae7r4of Trade wnonhall Secretary Miami Board of Trade." I Hartwel
be chairman Of t! j|| standing committee I Messrs. S. B. Aultman. W. H. Spit.ler -I increasing cold weather.; sure Indication as to they; great value from the United States. and Ul went him and have taken rooms at Mrs.

of such property. Of coulee, the riverfront by ship. A large of this besent Becker's Angela street.
part can
which shallh; | composed of I and E. B. Romfh were elected I George : on
FIGHTING CONTINUESAT and riiwHnn nrivllrges add muchto via Jacksonville the late arrivalsat
the president and tbi ahaJrtnen of all members of the board. by steamer. "I following are
: PORT this particular tract. : want to see this service instituted" D. Y. Brinker 8.
standing comuees. ARTHUR' Hotel Jefferson:
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l Bills of Miami Printing Companyfor
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Cb..fnn.ov.: 3u,- In addition to this big! nle- Messrs
Mr. Andrew., former Leon S.
Bays Spanish Herman Kratzensteln.
enlhuslas-
\lthe A. E. Heysefj.1 fter pamphlets 56.35: C. O Richardson Field
lalnMonday reports that the fighting Tatum &: Co. hate sold this week lots consul who Is Martin Jr.
Ofl willing to here J. S. .
talking the -ret value of! for grapefruit sent to St. J..auill.1' come Mayers. Mrs. ,Mayers.
r p "i 1'ort Arthur continues. The Chi- s and 9 In block 18.: Riverside to Ke\
and talk the C.
deep water offered, \ !lutlon. which I $S.<0, express on name $7.3: :;. were or to board: J. A. Coburn. George Lynn Ed .
i r84 assisted in ,carrying thtj-Japun- Herman G. porter for $7$0.00.Iota ,_ I ID Goo.
watt unanimously ed4 that It Is :, d'r.Ilal : 'II
ese Hounded from i ho trains to the l 1 and! 2, block lC.Ri'\l'r"lll'! to'
[ of(Trade hat II. Srssak Johnle McDonald
the senseof this I'carce.
hospitals mill counted Ihoiisjiula, they Mrs I Annie :\1. King; for 175'M"', !
fiaml needs and t. at-e a feet ofwater Wni. :SlcQuinn.. Joseph :'I(' \llncn. Joe
gar, who s.'e;toed tirj much d>!;>r..s' .
and that thU I m tPbeS w:114ert: "- Ilrov.n, !I.. I>aonport il'i'Italllst.
I GIRLS from $115 to $::nn (iieh, ,
ispd i: t Koelker.! IL A. Rea,
after work with tna 1 \.w.; Art Vann. l iMwin
The follow? ,. 'iiJifn{ In C),< E. RUSSIANS HAi'E FAITH Uhersid" piopi-iiv isi j.a"rh'nlllrh Wm. Cotiinjuini.! T. B> rue-'. Charles:
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.: IN wj S. COMMISSIONER 'let itJ"si how amt) peol'l.!JL' an !ramb I I
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.rlia' a ur ttf'J. fr'ly hrd HONDA l oilns: Oils\ Ph >\e,. JAmca "" .lIUn. L.
St I''terxburgur' : :'M,-Thinew*, ling for dlltj( .. lots. TI1/-/r hrelgwill:: 4.1--
B BADLY BURLED[ [
fully di&cusjeJ arWith I artI'h, \\' \(.'. v;. t> II k.. IV .: ; 'IItmll'! ('hl"-: "
y to' papas h.-r col u'i.t.ni: ; on th-j Kuss I e ready to russ hy.laulfary, i r.:.1<1. Mr I A
Whereas. lit'! to tug! 'j 0 01t 1 Sirom: i I
..twinarih: Si, ic.ci.I.',u1. nd wlili t'1'ti son who N in ehara; > of Cite work\ ,
tll..cUS61'of tin e c : Il'h'I real 'Ir.a nd Miw. 1-tii' TtI;*.1I lilt for Tampa -
t flrl'i7. di l.inn< tli.r r.iilrh! or wrii'isl! 111-I Says. an I imi>-,li.i'i.j Ij ih#'reaf1- \Inrlitl -. i
ot.J'rotM'tiO/l. but i nr fuel Sniunl.iv ,iiljjn Th..llapp) couple
sutpnthy: ol the It I L.U'.i; S.:Hi. is '.suniKiseil to bo started I on ter-dal n'I.It.n"I'II'
that if, under the 1 ''' u&crunue OF SITTING ON NORTH SEA INCI are .>n ihur'' br-al,! lijiur! and spent a
III eteflt NEW ORLEANS to .be withj' J.ipan.! liitv x'res>- .111111..111 I Ilia- will IN ulateil 'lhu'v iNpll' I
IN
/ from IN EXPLOSION .
Industries are re I i B. enjo eahlr lime during their stay.The
I fruit J.g,. i tne gnalt-t onfdence.in tile l.lIlIar, portion!! of Miami 1 i DENT CO'o1'.1ISSION-GEN.: J. M.: ten
}: protective tariff h ;, and LAUNDRY-THREE ARE DEAD! iI trml l>t lltri'it Mtlbounn foe
lialit \\hiM-ker shall I be sibji l
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table growers art a ninth entitled I WILSON CHOSEN CHAIRMAN OF! the murder of Oliver1 Till whirh has
r' .it on the 1001'rllJli..nal ronini.u.ionfrom : .
to such b t4: J Ins! any (1Iwr : AND OTHERS CANNOT RECOVER. ALL DIFFERENCES j t INAUGURAL COMMITTEE. j lauded Rill h i Intense- interehl among
i the Lulled Slal('!!.
class of populatiol ..' .. j I WERE! ADJUSTED our dtizeni: culminated Saturday
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Whereas Flori K fcigrowers see and fruit arguU ably hut the
JAPS WANT TO Presi-j Both attorneys
\\HshtnKion. Sox: ::u -The
ib--ir nets : j' the prisoner
prot evidence against
need \
tojhafi of
There Chain
And Were No' ResignationsFrom
I .. deaths PLAY BASEBALL. dent today announced that KeaiA'lniiral -
from qiilnji t mpetWun to,I. New' Orb'aus. XO3Thn. I convincing and he was found
protected The Fire Last : was very
Stanford Cal.'Nov. Dept. Night. Chas Davis has been offered! the
\ resulted from a gatiolir. > explosion rniverslty, :SO.-
time
the
Be prices they of murder In
enable them touay I -- guilty by the jury
and fire In the Swiss laundryyesterday. A letter baa been received here from I appointment on the International commission
have to pay for prd tcled, : {o'ats they According to information furnished first\ degree without a recommendatkm
the superintendent or the athletic to sit' as a court of Inquiry In
moat and them some re- deI'partment I .; pronouncing th
nse. lgav ft to mercy. Before
all girls were of Waseda University .- by the members of the Ire departmenthere the RumuvBritlfth North Sea incident
ward for their tOI thi h1or-.. its. The victims young sentence ju.fee Wall asked the prisoner
removed to the city Hospital terribly pan, asking to arrange an International were no resignations from that '
Resolved That!*' ,Wlmimee| \ bf ap-I if he had any reason why sentence
pointed from the! Bodtd of Trade o burned. In all thirty persons injuredby baseball match between teams from j body at the meeting last night as had JOHN M, WILSON CHAIR should not be pronounced against list

inquire into the tua\!un (las' It exists the explosion and fire were treatedIn the two universities The l>een promised and the meeting was MAN INAUGURAL COMMITCC and the prisoner replied that he had
the hospital, and nineteen were required prefer to have the game take Jspant'llt'// Washington. Nov. 30.Chairman'ortelyom then
ng'a: and information Wall
smith Judge
at present tithe harmonious, and all differences that nothing to say.
as will <;jnft'ble the board o, to remain there. It Is said thatprobably San Francisco.JAPANESE settled! ( of the Republican Xation.1CommIttee passed sentence of death upon him.
half of Iht'mII die. had existed were amicably and today announced the I '
; may be appointment council for the.
to take such furthe4+W as CAPTURE Attorney Louis Harris
secure legl The cause of the accident ;cannot without friction. of General John )I. WS 4nas motion for a new trial
necessary to Hfft heeded 203 METER HILL. defense, made a
latlon throughsections coop! _ion with other definitely be ascertained but thereseems The following card from the department chairman of the Inaugural commit which was denied. and he gave notice

and States; and no doubt that a gasoline machine Tokhi. Nor r.fl.: -H Is reported that threatened tee. i Court
of this ierj Is self explanatoryj the of an appeal to they Supreme!
t, I. (he Japanese today assaulted, carried I
used for heating Irons exploded
with. the assistance .Florida's' rep and announced resignation of| Four months were allowed him in

'resentatlves- -in- Cfmnl, a and.i to work J and retained the southeastern portion several of the member, and the settling .I THE WHITE FLY. which to prepare his appeal
f 203 Meter Hill.
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with this end inXle[ r the necessity FROM FERTILE FLORIDA. of the points over which the feeling The pilots''and dealers In ships' supplies

for an lncr<* ed" l| tariff ''upon -- was based. i Menace to the Orange Grows of Florida at Key 1 West complain that!..
Are Doing In the Land of COTTON GINNING STATISTICS .
pineapples, oranges aid klf' other fruits What They At the regular' meeting of the Miami Spraying Ooesnt Help.It the Government established a weather

and Vegetables cttmiag into the United the Grapefruit and Pine. FOR THE PRESENT YEAR Ire department on Nov.! 29. 1904, attention -. Is becoming evident that the whitefly bureau and reporting station at Sarnd.

gtatek from t other foreign Washington, Nov. :30.: -The census being directed to I! notices about Is a serious menace to the orange Key off that harbor, alf ships lie ost

ports.. cu1U4'\I t h j Floridaand her people never enjoyed :jurean today Issued' a report by States 'he department published In the Dally I Industry of Florida. We hare Just there which,;' before that used to com
such prosperity as has been their good sad Territories of the heard of
The follo ut ton wa-Tadopt- amount of cot- Metropolis, which were mlaleading.thefollowing a fine sixty-acre orange grove Inside for water and supplies. Prom

ed with enthusiasm.., a err, one favor fortune this year, and this en of pros on ginned this,!year and- the growth statement was adopted and In South Florida that has not paid expenses this reporting station messages are o

Ing it: i perity. o November 14 1 tendered to all papers to be published: for the past six years. The transmitted to the cable companies at

Whereas, Thede; I inty Fair Is, William M. Brown of Titusvllle and The report shows that 29,611 ginleries A small dissatisfied portion of the trees are large and ought to yield Key West and are forwarded to the

D Miami has sold his crop of oranges on have been operated und that that would be profitable.The .
crops very
.n institution worthy;/_jj liberal sup- lepartment having had their candidatefor owners for orders, and the answersare
Portland e ))I of our dtlI his trees near Tttnsvllle. for $3.700.00. 1.906.057 runnlngb ales of cotton have chief defeated at the last election white fly Is so very bad In this returned via the same route. This

J I to W. J. Duncan of New York. seen ginned petition grove that in spite of constant, per I '
circulated secret to claim the
lieD, and cour'1 : a a pot.Ion those Interested cuts pilots l log
> Whereas ) : j I Flagler.. Mr. II. Meyer has sent forward. by the of the members of the department slstent spraying the yield la not sat trom a fee and the supply dealer t

J. E. Ingraham jind (lil r associates Atlantic Coast IJne up to the 16th. T HE COTTON MARKET. I and by misrepresentation and other isfactory. In fact the owner thinks from furnishing supplies. In fact, the

have provided free at building C&fSi boxes of grapefruit and oranges'I New'York. Nov.. 30.-Futures opened weans got about eighteen feigners, the trees are Injured by so much citizens of this far Southern port claim

for1 fair purpc**!) and\ ve been exy an Increase over the same date last Heady. November 890; December'j eight of whom on being told the real spraying as they do not seem thrifty'' that the Government: is using a public

of J7.4S1 boxes.-Fruit end Produce ::95 January 90S: ?' and vigorous. That the spraying has'
cash year ;
;! liberaljb) offing preante tact, took their names from the peti- facility and uilitj against' private enterprise.
m for displays, and"1' News. Jarcb. 915: April. 918 bid; May. 926; Ion Finding this out before the meetIng been thorough is shown by the fact .

Whereas. The nhEyJPalr .pot only (aly, 929.rATHER. they failed to romp |::10 the scratch that the owners used a ton of caustic We are pleased to ace the Marine

,affords an ooporjtunlty I: |6r competing I The late William .Preston Breckia end present their petition or" tn attend potash at one spraying during the past Journal of New York, a paper of such

for these andother premiums offered ridge of Kmtackr..'... chiefly distinguished VAN D.VENCONSECRATED he meeting season. long and high standing merit and In

bat nhows. to hojneseekers the actual for his old-fashioned eloquence A BISHOP. There were twontv-two ne* appll-I Iants What Is to be done! A general onslaught fluence, devoted ,to ,maritime affairs

results of Intellutenntftort nn Dadecounty which frequently took on a tearful New Orleans, Nov. 30.-In the presnee for ntehtbership, sixteen of along the whole line Is thei I notice our humble effort to promotethe

land 1hli..! !Inginx". new settlers tinge when there was no particular of an immense; congregation In thorn were elected leaving fhe detriment only hope. It must Include<< not only I tr'. 114 "f .."e pilots and d..lef1IIn

and adding t r.Oll,[ jthe fljaWal,I occasion for tears. It was then Orator he old St. Louis Cathedral; Father Cor a third stronger thai) ever every groveln the Infected district, but sb<;it attpphts. bctaase\ we know

growth and .. bpmffLivif; the cou tj. Brecklnridee was delivering one, 1E'lIus'sn DeVen was consecrated! The Metropolis had nJ' interest whater .'I also all vegetation outside of then that It will attract attention from and

I vrf these tearful! effort in Congress itshop of Natchlsches today. The con- ': which is known harbor hate
and ., ,' In the matter. Lilt simply pnhihf ; '' es ever to dcsened due Weight with those

: Whereas. We lie 1 Nullity. people oft I I tha Tom Reed came In and inquirer 'fIIllon'1I'U Conducted\ by bishops ;
l..brhp- town and .t'utd en- 'h.. nan of the deceased.Mr rum all parts of the rountr '. hat eighteen or more niemiH-rs would" |I, \hould\ 1 take hold of the matter and: trust that the Government will jat a

dots> the action ff thi' i lard of Countv "slRn at the approaching meeting on -ompel the cutting down and burningf stop to these violations of our c.istoms

( Comml".lont'rtI andH I e Clay ('oun.f. .I Icil I nest Mrs. i ('!'It.1.! Y:>.III"? ac'iniputuel t VATSON ADDRESSES CROWDAT oconnt of differences with Chief! Me 1 all IIsl'l"jn,1 shrubs Inf..al..I'' and quarantine law$ and n.,tlatiens.

of Miami In akiliglan aapfnpria- hr 111"s lnrvette Jensen. CRAWFORDVILLE ,, "oniilil. and conditions extsrtur In th", with this intect and the destruction' is well as a"...>.,ij injrMice: i to our

f. lion for the fair; {ht'rt'tO!;;'. ''I!I a jelly young; party from an Francis ('Mlwrnrh'I1I.:0,: : \. 30.-Tom Will 'Apartment and Is plea.et to know' ir thorough-spra\inir. of All cultivated piluts and det.le-rsn'snpplics.: !; \\> are
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Rt' It Resolve, I Flr'l.hhPl; ,. II'1 ."". CaL, -pa"*ed through theXjty yes on. candidate ''I'bf the People's Part hat a rupture did not occur for all .hruh or trees onnhichit {Is foundt hmn:; ;; tl./:... of /having uiitm !hose
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t anti Board of tradeI'I friues!$ the er.''av en route ;o ;Miami and' .ere '>r Presl.u-nt. ad' !IreMKed a large cm .i.h differences,, nit II1.1!e- a.1,'' i1*" : nay IH'found! that Iii in izaIon: will': : -..1 s und; tills heaped II....!! Key

t Itonrd of ('ounty loners:to .1)-:: an O..K/> the guests of the XCT !IotVlcuiiia "fl' today on ..the political l'sues o .acifiuj of any bod$ or "r.ni/a'i '.e s af'-. and better r-me I ly than %vi't. and if not xtjopped, *'e will bo

prtirlate the s Ifomtulf"tt t l"'e than .--Tim-*1'i.lon. 1 t da). '1 I tlon. ; I' spraying.-Florida "lr1<'ulllll'18'1. I heard from kith no !uncertain sound

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but the rich have dealing justice to the base and incarnate | money to'buy'one and he will call JOG
THTMKV declared\ that none
any business going to Cuba and slvin ..flend vi ho."attempts or succeeds'I a fool.. Asks man {to your home I to H.Jnaon J House
their ruin.: luck? andjhijrlll+ Jump: at tiI
1IAII variola n&IIODlI'-hj. Now'a' OoLJ. in accompUshlag, take '- .
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.O. Andrew if cornea oat la a card In I chance; give'him twp dollars and teU tb <* Newly. F!ml* *4l. In new aOc tlon. .RatM S t.SO'p.r cia

.......... 1 ......,. .. the sim-'::paper. and declare Cuba The JeathCoL: W. C. P.' 9reckla- him to get a good'meal I at a cafe with! ; :a PECIA4LY.WEEK.. 331 ,14th St.. Ulaml. Florida
...,.. be veritable Paradise and garden ridge reminds the Springfield Republican your compliments and he wiU knock -- -_. ..,
to a
.L Il L f. fAtui.Tfi gliTKL hI IpSC with Iota of opportunities for the poor of a tribute he paid tq Massachusutts you down. The dollar la mighty bllt. Located on the banks of Irxliaf RI vr. Finest; Hunting and Fishing In PU.The ..

...... J r..vMnd man. One or the other of the above ink speech delivered In the not warm. Nothing|chills the heap
.. tl ...iTlllp thai Fort Pierce Hotel
gentlemen have misrepresented facta House of Representatives in 1S88. Referring tallty and Rood fellowship more ,

ta I..i--.n &t1 t1s ttlo.k I j -nd conditions, which Mould be a to the part Massachusetts played .I the touch of) cold metal. You may'; '

-.s..eoadtlwNWr.i..... .- ..... .. I warning to all Florida Crackers to In that stirring period of American spend money on a friend, but you mum I A. L.FIAIOf,lessee____ .
7M.-c ...ta.ra .'.'''JM"IM :>> to 1875. Co!. Breck- io touch It. Silver iso !
.sla IsaC'ot: 1M UBltU BUIM stk..t let well enough alone and remain history from1855| not ask him Salsa S2 N it Sdetlellatis ley leales std I, fit ... i SORT PIERCE. FLORIDA -
-.... IIIoat.\lerll\ wUW'.5'.r lBaLDM where they know they can get their Inrldge said:,!"Whether It was for weal, a good conductor, and can't I ran limit, '

and sowbelly three times a day. or woo whether It was wisely or unwinely half as much hospitality and cordlallt; I :
..fS.0 grits I TOURIST RESORT
Tertt b r..3': may differ and historians to a friend an by means of bad cigarsMoney The
l..l... [&&r.... u dune"IIIt.'n" i W. H-
Months. offart substitutes good looks an r in' good: IU"Plllt.-but all a matter for : I '
nr1I000tht..I:.......'.; ......... 347Va. I The present orange crop Massachusetts led America and with success, bu: aver Y OUS Nk.aargefadortabw
the sad Ale
Weds b Carrler.v.Iltmj -1'........ .10 the growers are well pleased over I good sense great Rooas,
1! J }icld and now they have funds with led her with an audacity and SKRressheness : It can't take ,the place of fellowahllworth | !i Ov.rlooksthelay.IoalMusL .

Prf mptlJ: which to purchase the necessaries of with" a Eklll! and eloquence, ;, a toothpick." j I : MRS. 18ABELLIWELLS. ilrt, &
to spare. The with a powef and force that have never I. rFOUR I- I
.fls life besides money '- -- ----------

... ntaa _", !sown 01bM''r country Is prosperous and there Is no been surpassed in all the tide of I CLASSES OF LAWYERS.Some oI

.,.. stagnation In business \Ve may have time In the;I hardship of a great peo I II 1.1"t I Comer Arcane B aai Uth Street.
was ,
flue tribute to the old
r occasional "shake ups" but let us not ple. That a I
T'W801Y4. ,; f.WJLa'JIC8 become calamity bowlers end commence Bay State from a Kentuckian and a time ago Judge Stephen A.I. I THE I ,
lRTZO BUIUDO.aa Lowell in an address at the fnlversl Ej G. A. MuLLtR. PteFrider.I .
: to abuse the country and Us Confederate, Colonelt 4 ; i ,
iM cMTftaft ltdist.Ollra people because one man has gun e -- ty of Oregon laid: "There are today j I.

: ca.c; 4'-' There la always way bright FIELD' MAMMAL OYAMA. roughly speaking tour classes ol !

) wrong. first, the corporation attorney :
.rT.wedaeMi -- mistakes lawyer*-
sere :
bat two cARLos
a wrong
.. N.v.AIM t 7q. 11M., amend: a chance to correct an error Field Marshal Oyama. who la. In who draws an assured salary of SAN G

--'= i i : eierelaed U more preferable and mud command of the Japan** armies la retainer of ample magnitude' : second: .. _
f ool 4 ohm i of the old:school, who maintains f .
.)"; :"rhaa safer than heaping coals of Ire spa Manchuria. <:waa once a pupil in the the lawyer I ...
gars d the. other P.t brillk. la perhaps willing Temple Hill School at Genesec, N. T. the ideals of his profession, and .
: I II the head of one who HBCBV'Ite Ni5ewfr. ... Il"
,, Eft to do bat powerless to act. : and W.ltet'IO.| Patterson, one of Gen- who la being slowly-) crashed between ---.......... ", ..-w .
It la ..Maxtor I tbe-geopU; to be I I _'. leading residents, remembers centralization of commercial Interests "' t.... LUIn.8OO_

ebooUac th t'ettfti; write "Jan. The Philadelphia Record" .n con Oyama and prelates: many musing experiences OB the one laud and the sharp practice t -'r", hd fib Im....j sstaie hrldadw

*. tOs.- ii' :I&a ... meeting OB the weeping and; wailing of the young Japanese whomhe of his competitor on the other; .1' . . . . . .

.. outbursts of the Republican describes as an undersized boy of third those tnea nominally lawyers

Every 009 cm afctrectate a bIccoI4J I and hypocritical OI'PU.Mer the "Isolation!j fifteen heavy set but bright and It keen s-ho supplement their meager profesrioaal + S.. .... .., '. ." ... ". .

Mali of Water beftf* breattasb"rays I demonstrated in the I I'I' willed. "I am, perhaps, the flrst man income by collections, loan and At ecommo4MIOU irt daau I'IM'In, tit De'.,"
of the South. u t '
Ifot the decree '
ae41cl sharp| '
a bosinessit fourth the ,..
said nsnrance
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'' that "what grieve who ever saw Oyama under Ire
U last election, says
"4' appreciation la lac liePeadesat.J''I' politicians and their'j Mr. Patterson the other day. "One tier: who seeks business b ythe same
oi t' the Republican
the nl VIEW
sometimes, traveling THE BAY
methods the salesman se-
e+ T"t:<; organs U tbs utter failure to control Saturday morning a crowd of students as
I hurling Its started afoot for a peach orchard belonging e:Urea orders and who either never t
N/The signers'of tbe'o. reform and govern the South by
memorial mid' be ..ea.berta.. or mass of ignorant negro voters upon to Thomp Campbell which knew or has forgotten that the duty of
with the OOJLWhile in upright counselor is to prevent, not .t. :
of favorite place
perish, tor their acuil jtccordlng to the the ballot box under the guidance was a .
) JCxar i is reactiooaryadvisers leaders, maintained by climbing a fence Oyama was to foster UtigattoB.1
$im,of.the and unscrupulous D.M CONNOLLY Proprietor -
'' could the'la.t over Suddenly Mr. Campbell The accuracy of this classification
butjtliey hit let.lu motiona official patronage. What they d
movement which be wlthoat not thus accomplish by setting up appeared with a shot gun. He md description will hardly be. disputed, + .t f: ..

its eventual benefit 11 11bot' ; Russian the blacks as a .political element took aim 'Oyama and fired! a charge In any community In the cou ttry. The I -

people against the white people of the South, of rock salt Into his body. Oyama corporation lawyer has a comfortable" Next to Terminal 'W. Opoatte Railroad Date&.

-j ,_. :: they seek to attain by arts of cajol- stood the pain stoically as one of the Ime of It. in a financial sense, while KIAKI. Pbl.W .

>lJ .,"_ the head fortunes of war to be encountered he old school lawyer who scorns to d
There are ji! 22g ,5OOUf L children of ery. That hits the nail on I
.
school age Iii thist t!11.-<** try' but last and is just about the size of it. when raiding peach orchard' -Tam rum for business finds the practice --- ,

year only IfijbOO.OOO: 1 ofjhem attended o-- pa Tribune. nothing{ like It use<| to be" before the . .- . .. . .

school. It d lt''|2Si ( ,000 to keep I Tampa has furnished another, sensation 0-- aye of "snitches" t and enterprising .

? this number|I Inlll[ (' Ij. Thin great' and this,time a thirteen year COLDNESS OF MONEY. 1 tome)H who seek business ns a ped
; ,ler seeks It Is noticeable Th Hit beta
army of boys and gtrt contains the i old 1 girl let he victim of the lust of I 1'1I8toml'rr. enlirRrd
men and w amen ofj &b6 near future. an policeman of that city The A clipping containing a very philo-' hat the lawyer who Is most apt toIto Soetlern tod U modemeonreaieaect
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Money *p<>nuin educ(ung them Is well I Metropolis glories In the punishmentof sophlriil article by the editor of one 1!' to extreme length to obtain a clientr I I lure
of local exchanges Is worth reproducing to win a Iawattlti!! ..whether It be into beta iottilltd.
I spent., Great "d\.ncfl; ;!| "e'been made no man. but In such Instances as our ,
r I I of the Interest of justice or against II,
tnjt should fit the The name publication
,iii the matte bt educA In this coun this the punishment t
? be the Is not known hence due credit cannot i" usually the quicken! toj-pnent crlt- (FORMERLY THE "PIONEER HOTEL." i
'try within t tnc pastjl efu.years but crime, even though It should +
q I the system graded,tucatJun! U far same as that meted out to the lit.i be IIlu'n. "Gl\e n man a teu-cent cigar 1..I"m of the "honorable profession"hick + E. FORSSELL.. Prop.i to,..
I for six hours he does. RO little to, elevate or I Ialurn
i who and he ".lIIlo\'e you ;
from ) to educateroiluctive norant and brutish darkey pays
comp e. RATES FROM .(W) UP
It increases : voftlliod: in ',the penalty of/such an offence with', offer him ten cents: to buy Il lor himself While there are lawyers I 1I'h"l
ellDdifiJual. be and he will throw it in your f:1.."-. tI" it. It would l be Interesting in
his life. Our womenand girls must
capacity of !' Corner of Eleven Street and Ace eoue B.\ j
I, protected alike from the white .11(' I'I' Give a man a pass for a show nod liewill what l>er rent, of lawyers seek to disiiira -

A few aft; ago .Mr. McAllister the black and color or blood should rail you a good fellow In all the (, e rather than: to encourage 1i11.1! MIAMI FLORIDA.
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j I i, \ ....... WERE PURCHASED TWO YEARS AGO AT 100. TO-DAY THEY ARE J
:-- i J; AGO THESE LOTS WERE ON THE.MARKET. FOR AS LOW AS 75.01 I
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:.. t I fH\\1: IDLY SETTLING SECTION WOULD NOT DISPOSE OF THEIR LOTS I I I.
I. }: 1 J .I "o WILL SEND YOU A DEED TO THE BEST LOT WE HAVE AT THE .
FOR 100 PER CENT. PROFIT. THEIR FAT! If THIS SECTION .o'ao 4hI

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WOULD MOVE MOUj TAIi'\S. W: C.'I ? N OPPORTUNITY DJ:!> riME, '
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TO INVEST YOUR SAVINGS. LOTS ARE SELLIN i NOW FROM $390: '-
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NOTICE. Calvin Farmer, of':sac City tom I' -

I r died Saturday from Injuries reeMveIn'a < .

\ football ..... Thaakagiving Day; t. j'
vA.. -,i dsl:meettnr.of the stoekhotd
.,;TJlepror. j( i-end- 1M Oade County Title Insaraaa I DOESNT RESPECT OLD AGE.

t Trust Company of Miami. Florida, eal!
I I Is bencalled for Ta'saay Oeee- It's shameful when youth tans U

-II ,I. 1 1I her S. UM.at ta. oflas or ta.sawesu. show proper respect |for old age but t .4
Iia Florid for the pUI'poM'of h
Miami just the contrary la'i'j the ease of Dr I
Pattanwoa I 1' I I voting on the xpwpo ltion to incres tang's New Life PlUs. They cat ol t
., do rvoSiSpg.ATTORNEYS
the capital stock otthe company from maladies no matter I I how severe an<
'r\T WWWpraetlodae11oourt {:0000.00 to $76,000and) \ for other Irrespective of old age. Dyspepsia AtoneYMain

is*. Men 1 Important buslnw to come before salt Jaundice, Fever, Constipation all yield /s a
iMetelUnnilliilnriiiTiltllrtsttaetliii I I meeting: \ to this perfect PIlL I%5e. at all drug g..
,, S. L. Patterson .
L* 4 Tttlss.roaoxitt. stores.
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Mlajrt
I .; ..... 5t-w Sea etal\ Edwin )I. Conley, vice-consul' to )Ies-I

'' 8SAOQ5.M.OtkewtUB. k O leo I City has rfulgned.I C. C ;? .P't.e' \ Of I Secretary Taft and party arrived a will burceed him.
CioM Panama Sunday morning and later In \

ltedeeae.lak.ue.cor..r 'I .he day Mr. Taft and President.Ama A RUNAWAY: BICYCLE. ,
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Aft. C""FLO.j f I lor conferrred and threw bouquets at ,

MIAMI I ach other and. their reupmive got' terminated with an ugly cut on the lea .
rrnments. of J. B. Orner Franklin Grove, IlL I 'II I P
tt. at JACIBOH, i
DL developed a stubborn ulcer uDyl.14lnlto i

omcflHCTTBI. I NOTICE. doctors and remedies for four yean. ,

BISCA THE BLoc !Avg; DMLLML I -- Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured .
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IIFLORIDA.DRt i I A special meeting of the stockholders It's Just .. good for Burns, Scalds, Skit \ ,
I Eruptions and Plles.|, 25c.. at all drug '
I. I of the Tropical Home Improremeat I
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,W. B. R SHH I Company, of MiamI "Florida Ia.. stores. I J
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'Pbft"t 84. hereby called for Wednesday, Decent The official count of the vote of Nat .
Offiee m-lith street. "
; the office of the company sea county baa been completed and j
Residence, 8.WhStF.W.BACICS. her U, 1991. at
r lit l, << FT.A.. In Miami. Florida, for the purpose shows that President Roosevelt re
ceived in his home county 2,931 plural
II I i I I'F" of voting on the proposition to.. ity. In 1896 President McKInley re

;.: Increase the capital stock to tlOO.OOO,i,. oelved a plurality of,2.664. I

Plans,flp.olfit+ 't.1I.... Mad e, and other business to come before UM i i II III
.*.t.a KiwufFiw: .., BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH. I I
la B Jd1ap meeting. 'i I i
."' ''_&Bpeo1a1SI.; M. V. Brown, Bee.
Henry D. Baldwlat! SupL City Water I
OmcaV 315. Avjfannc P. t
t, Works. Wit. writes: "I
River Man, alike rw BhuUsbortvi 1
The Fan J JI
C. DiG b. The mill are stiU have tried many kinds of liniment, bat I I
mains unchanged.
WALTER 1-11 I have never received much benefit uaUl _
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open but employee refuse to 1 go tc
.a.roh1-ceqt.1! work. 1 used BaUard's Snow Llalment for I .
-- rheumatkal and'Dataa' I think it the L
it I J i iolis ::
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best liniment on' teieth. 2S&. elk Jl. I
Room 4, Metro bniWingMifolFU. NEURALGIA PAINS. PbanDaq.
at Red Cross I
Boom 8 to 12 (II{ -
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R..H. SEYMOUfc rrsjuiintiisi.htrhago* a...i u e tIc palm The program of receptions and dinners !I }I. :
at.the White:House during INS
,. I fwd to the penetratUf laflaeaoe'oi I ...
Attelt'oty'Ir.A :taW: BaIJu'C'a Snow '''' '- It UpeMtntai have been arranged The first, a New ;

--ti- f &0 the nerves and boa and being absorbed Tear's reception Win will occur You. I
snctlc:* to'aU (be 8uUFsctloriar F lwiOaV Into the blood. Ita beaUai day, January 2, between' the hours of i I
aw,...... :
o..ru. aiuptim to properties are conveyed to every part 11:0 a. m. and 1:30'Po m.. and the last
x-att.. .... IC8Iatf'! ...f u Law '
,i* rrlmU"II4\J1',. IIL.&. of the body and sleet some wonderful will occur February 16. when the army
I cures-25. 60t. and IL. at Red (MostPbumac tad $ /y reception will be held from i I II I

D.D.&C.M1., UPPERSCIVIL >. tofd":30 THOUSANDS p. m. / CURED. i tk

.VIce-President Corral of Mexico who I IDeWitt'

ENGINEERSJleintdis Is' visiting In the United States announces
Witch Hazel Salve has cured: ,
that he in. well pleased with

Street.BuilJinj.Miinfl.> Jo.RoriJi.43212 1; Tjrclfil the him.reception and' consideration shown t UiuuMiiiis of DeWitt's oi cabta Witch|,f Piles.'Hazel"!Salve boughtbox OB i iI. Florida F

it t 8 the rwommendatlon of our dinggist,".
I so writes C II. LsCroU, of Zavalla
')ijcDONAliDClrn CURED CONSUMPTION.
GEO. L. Tex, 'and used it for a stubborn case

EflgfteerContractor y .- I of Piles. It cured me permanently., '" City i. winter. time

S.r ni.1'..d S.bdiee1q La.d is gq'rnitrCOCOAXeT Mrs. B. W. Evans, Clearwater Kan., Sold by BIsoayne Drug Company; ,
( Jt 1t K. '].A:. K-rltcs: "My husband lay sick for three
..,I-- 'j110I1thK. The doctors said tha he had I Lakeland held lit municipal election I -

& Wilder (juick consumption.! We procure a bot- I yesterday, all undaunted of past and
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'Rrlahle l:!Ie of BiU'.ar'l's: horehound Syrup and trequent re.e'skby, lire bank failure ,Jt

jl'lt j It cured him That was six! years ago. I etc. Such *push and energy as YOUGOING : .1 1 ..
A..iAHArrtcrab. 1 : ARE
;3rrr'! the:: we have always kept a bot- ibis is bound to1',succeed an>l. Lake-
... I ..ml.I..Jtfi..t.<.la.i .1'tfi.uu.a Lie In thin house. We cannot do with-I' Iryul will yet reach that time and place I
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nati-Gctlo.
a.d r.ara.e.e f
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I .*. Tour work and-4 [ JumUlM II! UI.miFInraFREi ." ::;C'. ;yc.. Jl. at Rel -Cross 1, overshadowed bt success. i w

) U'1"1'E1t. I Pharmacy. "
I I -= Cure !
II I oley's Kidney
General Contr ctor.Cradi : : By the ii-railln of an 11 1. .t O. Ry. II A 1
o.atrt fc; ,s(1 r' StWhite
train near Columbus. Miss.'Sunday' ,I ";:-f!; ;if' K TO BUILD
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Blast! k. : I numlK fatally, though mine there killed !

Well. Drnle& ,Sidewalk I outright. \ Eagle Batter Shor.r I -,-1_ ...... .1
and Road (6n.tructlon I '
If so, we would llkej to U.terest .- 1 tnrnUhed lions' of 4 to 10 room.. at $4)00
JENNIE M. PARRISH. i DISASTROUS tVRECKS. Chairs. No Waitinj. you in using the I fOR RENT I to $125 each for the Tourist Season. 2; e1 furnished -
( ,,l". and Typewriter, 1 Best Service in the City. I I room at five dollar 'to $10 per week.

Own.Rpponix Tucher of Dpw'lturtualOfti tloB*.)", ..11014wen. ,r. I Carelessness is responsible for many A.' COLBY 'Ii"Ij|j Propriety Miami Limo StoneThe -

am T Rlftk StreM. .. I j i railway wreck ,and the same causes 303 Twelfth Street. i i A vanet1.of city residence at from $lOI)I) to
Han UW to ufo "C.W.CMAYNARD 4.2:< 140 bUseReke.ami ,,: ,,,re making human wrecks of lair..... I.': fOR SALE $-WOO. Vacant Iota $150 to $5. One mile
f tfoM i from Throat and Lung troubles.. But walla .of a building the city limit on the Orange Glade rock road wehare'|. very desirable
-.J King's NewDiscovery constructed of his, stone Bnberban Ohio settlement forming want to join UK? We
since .the advent of Dr.
kinds
: Reliable;;' for Consumption Coughs I are I haveorange and grapefruit grove, all of improved and unim-
.. Grooeries proved land.Ruitable for fruitstrncking; and farming. All of these at theOWNER'S
Ors.suttOPtk"! and Colds, even the wont cam can be
General
!! LOWEST TERMS. conditions govern puree.
: cured and hopeless resignation la no Fire Proof .

ADo ti.:.:1'l.Pod-O e." I longer necessary. Mrs. Lola Crsgg. of 'i II C. C. Carroll & F. W Amason f
Dorchester. Mass Is one of many 1.
Una larttdi feed: I shoes life, was saved by Dr. King's ,That: are not pure" and fresh ate deaf tad practically everlasting Successors to C. C. Carroll. Office 214 A ve. DJ North near 3rd Street
Iitehtt 1Kt1, Jttelerf, iiFRUIT ( there U DO
After
la We fell at suet one up
New Discovery. This great remedy at any price. our goods t
guaranteed for all Throat and' Lung !prices as to enable'ns to move then expense of repairing I or

TREES II diseases by all druggists. Price We .'Before they have'a, chance to get old. painting.bat MtUe nor Tat first thaa j cost wood to PIERCE & HARDIEHOUSE
bottles free. !
and '1. Trial
AND ORNAMENTALS.F t Hence we;: always have while thiPorminoilt .' f
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-1- jl II I It U announced that the older ships

Are you going to 1 plant any uses oi of Japanese fleet will be maintained Pure and Freshirocer.es + Cost : PAINTERSNorth

ornamentals this season' ? Now is UM In the blockade off Port Arthur while '- I'e'
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time to do it. Write us your! waatawe the more modern ships of Admiral considering repairing repairing .
offer the following: j] Togo fleet will prepare to receive the, J :, : : U much lew thaa .

ORANGE and GRAPH FRUIT 7RKE8.! Russian Second Pacific squadron now wood. The appearance to of
Over threehnadred thousand of them I en route there to relieve the fortrera. bet Us Proic This Statomenlr much superior to othav

on sour orange! {rough,)enum, and To YOU. materials. the :first National Bank Miami, rlorWa
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ntrns trlfollsta'rtocts-{ the --l NOT A SICK DAY 81NCK.' :' .
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valuable varieUeaj 1{i 1 -1 was taken severely sick with kid- Architectural Possibles are
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1 tried an aorta ot medl-
trouble.
hundredandrtaostly r PEACH TREES-jTjwo Florida varieties,aa fla d...., none of which relieved me. One I:I Unlimited .

even! day I saw aa ad. of Electric Bitters I
demand your
grelr. A heavy The
Bicycle.
trees as we Hudson
MagnoliaGrocery I W saw the stone;to say
for theme better get j Four order and determined to try that After I We have tons '
tee.
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blat once. }JH,! I [I' taking a few doses I felt relieved and caIwIUIa and pined.0.11- I,
BUDDED PECAKBJ-We haven't here soon thereafter was entirely enrtd and t ,

talon been .&1I1e'|jt4| grown Meat towpply have not sees a sick day sine*. Neigh I. Ings Broke atoM l forj HabhHWaHs I I Is Built, tot Ride.The R
the demand, but have a sloe bon of mine have been cured of Rheumatism -
I crashed rack Car II proessiohals because it is
choice; ,
| Neuralgia Liver and Kidney I
lot this season. j j. CORNER FOURTH 8TEST Sidewalks aa? A|, Nt ,
the Best wheel ade.
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AND 0 AMENTAIai-Ovr troubles and General Debility. 'This, .
ROSES C ...
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: AND AVENUE DCuffy's UIDe always ea -
i fifty thousand fine field grown'. graft is what B. F. Bass of Fremont, N.,C.' I 0' AMI. FU. 1905 model $45.
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_, ed roses. Oaehuadred| andj twenty- writes Only We. at an druggists < ,


and.bade of sis ornamental varieties tfteLll)SIan selected.So Also especially e.bedf'tt II fine plane forSoatJael1l lot wrri: ii I;: Sons, I Offer i i DUil't Throw\ Away\ Your Old Tires.


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OUR 1905 CAT UB givef desmip- Key West; Florida" I, \\ e can vulcar.i/.c them and make them

bate and price. or these aDd'm&llJ 1 HEADQUARTERS, FOR, CronkhiteQuarry 1l i good as new.Ve are the onlv people
more treH aJ I'laJIta and coatainav.tutble i in Miami who\ulc.mile Tire o.
lnforaii 0Ii. ,wri for. Ship Chandlery, Biiilding'
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ST. ,r' RT t ftRS- FITS I, Materials Of i i All Kinds.i ?i I : 1Co.MIA311. I The Hudson Cycle Co.,

G. L. TA8EIR. Proprietor% and Ice, Steam marine Rtiilways, Machine Shops.Forite. .
I \ IOOS Avenue D, Opp. Ullcndorff Block, Miami..,KJn.
ByxT. All kindvet repairing. Boiler and (Steam Fitting can be done at the
Glen St Mary." I Florida. Mio-t.'st notice, in the bestpowible fnanner by expert fkilled mf'hanic. -i FLOIUDA. )QOOOOOOnOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOcrr
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'; \" \ I ,,' AN ADVERTISING, FACT. CONSTIPATION.. I !I I 29sNMW9TOsTONsTWUNste) ed by the usual' monthly social from

'HOiEj !,I Every merchant !u Miami no matter -I OOOOOOOOOCOCOCOCOQCOOOOOOC i 3:30 to 5
tjRRIYAlS. I. I'ROlli"rNF 2 TOWN TOPICS. \I p. m. All holding mlte-tmses.
I u hat kind or class wants to do a big Health Is absolutely Impossible If 'i lOURTESSS are requested to bring or send them Ui
Christmas buxioess. He Is In business constipation N oresent Many serious AND CAREFUL ATTENTio.v I *caKv BXcvK aj&aaaKH*i at this 'meeting. The public cordially
for that purpose..' therefore, he cases of liver and kidney complaint TO THE; WANTS OF G. P. Bull. a prominent resident of invitedj

BAT MEW I- must necessarily know that to do bust l hare sprung from neglected constipation. OCR CUSTOMERS THE ARE I OJus. Is a visitor In town today. / Mrs. Roles 8ecretU').
SOME OF FEATURESOF
H. G. HopkinsSOUTHERIJH. .}'DanIa. ness he must advert ,",. Unless the Such a deplorable condition Is
people know that you :are alive and unnecessary. There 1* a '''cure for It. OUR BUSINESS:: POLICY Lost-Ladles leather handbag this ooooocococooococococoococfifty .
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Hay Worleyj! fguena Vista: E. M. not dead and that you have certain Herblne will speedily'remedy matters. The first National Dank I morning. Return to Rauleraon's fish I Thousand 'Dollars
ec.odu.iSendlde; Mrs. J. D. Snow I I articles and things for sale you cannot C. A. Lindsay, P. M., Branson. Fla.. house and get rewara.

New York; W. frfifccCrimmon, Helena, do business. This must be admitted, writes February 12. 1902: "Having MttL1 THE, WORKING CAPITALOF -
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Ga.; W. D. fiulf IEe. Maryborough. N. and such being the cue It Is up to tried Herblne, I End-It fin* medicine I II Mrs. C. A. Burnett a sister to Mrs.

T. you to Inform them where you areat for constipation., SOe bottle at Red QOOOOOOOOOOOaOOOODOOOOOOtlOOOi ) W. E. March and her little child and I The First NatfooalBaRk
BAN UAR what you are offering<; for sale and Cross Pharmacy. I I j I Mini Jessie Garner who have been
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R. M. Nefdenb' >4r. Cleve and. Oe!; Julias what you want for It I The dally papers -- ------- ,--- here for the put month will leave for Of MMusai
; Solomoii. If tatlcello. I are recognized as the best medium I their home at Waynesrllle Ohio on AND ITS'' ASSIITS AG<;RB-
B18CAYNE &: for accomplishing; 'this purpose. I Friday night I GATING' ovid THREE

x ..... FrUbee: nd wit|, A. V. X The Metropolis Is In business to advertise HUNDRED THOUSAND
rrisbee and wu New York; George your business. Its columns are Owing to an accident to the Metropolis DOLLARS INSURE TO D"'

Camp, Florida fejBTKR6LAOB read by more people ;jln Miami and .. ?It engines preventing the running of POSITORS PROTECTION.ABSOLUTE
: -|$ Dade county than any other paper. Itt cupPJNC the linotype for several hours the ACCOMMODATIONS LIBERAL AND

L. Oaer. Rev.: Pasco. city: R. S.Nelaoa .t, is the greatest number I,of people you Ir t .w i West Palm Beach news letter and several TUB BEST FACILITIES.
Nejr SB rroa; W P. Arnow. want to reach. This fact Is patent.It I CONTEST i other communications u well as
J. B. Farquhar .Jacxsonvlllv: C. H., is no dream or jester's Joke, but a I much local matter has been left out Furnished JOCOOCOOCOCOOCOCOOOO
rooms to will
Kayner aDd:>lK.. Pelhamj N. Y. ', certain fact that an ad in the Metropoelil today. cooking. rent prtT I
1. t; ,I liege of Address box 591.
o I bring results. If you are not already '
Captain {lien! &Belknap I I'an I family an advertiser try the experiment I The "Ladles' Home Journal" booth H. A., Jones was In Jacksonville Monday
can ovej i fi5n Jacksonville this and watch the results.'Metropolis advertisers can be seen In all Its natural beauty
and a guest at the
Travelers
Boning and Will spend {k few days are winners every time. at the First )I. B.!: Church Fair to be Hotel New
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ftere before",pr|& dlnK to ;Miami for held the 15th and ICth of December .
'tile winter}I* ThMr yacht. 1faa blIa. Is The new Tuscan alloy "radium Ar- In the Sunday school room of that The uniforms
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recentlyorder**
to Jacksoi vfn$ten route j to Miami I genUferura," contains copper. Iron and I church. that rank of the K. of P/have arrived

bus Island N. Y.- minute portions of silver, radium and I Iphoaphorua. and are well made and attractive.Mr. .
,'k. A O-t i.'I It Is about as heavy as I Continues Until Dec. ; 24th When you want the best come to

copper has a fine cold color that does I i Bush Safford Piano Co. Steinway ,) E. S. Amsden and a few friend

not tarnish Is claimed to be stronger i and Emerson pianos. leave, on Saturday, from Cocoanut
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fake .j b Big Boat.r t. than steel and a better conductor than I tsdiisl sbtUIu I Grove tor. cruise among the key.

copper and la much cheaper. than I sail MrltliOrd) n1 one Intending to subscribe or'I going as far as Key WeaL .
.iI I I bronze. I, r Dew their subscription to the Ladies'
r II II Ii Dr. Small and
't\- CLYDE mil t make reiralar trie OLDEST BICYCLE HOUSE IN MIAMI ,I Remember the Conditions: Home Journal are kindly asked to do. been ](guests of March family Villa who, for have
tally to the B :Dock at 1.66 p.&. .. landing at the aft '----- I II at the M. E. Church Fair. December 15!j past month, win' leave tomorrow Bight
ferry' dodd ju4' north of the I I for New York. 4
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and 18.
Coaster Brake pat In ... .. I S.OO II' I II
where erefr fsptlty'to fnrntshed for . Any little girl 16 years |Of ape .>r Mrs, fro Allen T. Hill or Columbus.r
New rim .. j..... 1.25 Patterson A: Erwin solicitors for
good b" & aM the Beach being entirely under may compete. Clip out everyone | 0.. has arrland taken a position ,
cat Off by ihe training wall from One set new wheels ..j.j... .. 4.75 of our ads. then all count, I plaintiff, today Died a suit In nssumpsit with I the First National Bank of ) :-..:'
the tread iraaf current bom Norrii Hartford No. 77 Tires .. ... .. 3.25 ,; whet r they Mar so or not and the damages I220.0O on behalf uf Mary: ami. '
Cat Wet. .h er.is none of ,hat undersea Hartford No. 80'Tlrea :j. ... .. 3.76 girl\ who bangs the greatest number I J. Green vs. John W. Hood In the
tow .h1 'ma\a baUlng to ding1 I Hartford No. 77HTlrea ...... 3.75 1 on the atiove late jfct j the prize county court .
S I Mr. and Mrs. StockN.
r; I, Fittycent'Pnmp, .. ... |I. ... 35 I $18 ; I -; and Mr. and Carl L. ReyRest '
Mrs. Thos.
County Judge Hejser Kitting today Brown.
,No ehaDfteia follow going over no $2.00 Pump. .... ... j I.. ... i
; L7511 in the trial of the unlawful de New York. rr. and Mrs. J. C. Meredilh. -
{ long on ret th..... and Brown H. Saddles ....,'..... j -
watkitlftet t' ; I tamer case of Chas. L. Wetzel vs. B. ?city, and Allen T. Hill of Columbus -
| IMS And everything In our I line I Is fresh!' L F. and f:. D. Lasseter, M. D. Price rep- O, are guests at :March Villa to
ONLY :s ijoR tHE from the .We solicit the 1 I I
factory. home'l' I esntlnK; petitioner and George A. day.
people, to trade with people! who .!j The Dade Co. Furniture Gompam I "'url." ,. "rrs|>on
.Ro t111 TRle.T here the year round. ( fret'holUers are sen-Ing is a Jury In :Mr. J. 1-:. Ingraham, third ..vlcePresiil -
i i II The House That Treats You night I the and :Mr. n .... C.
BIG BOAT LOFTON EINIO, case: R. C. :May.Vm. UiueV. -nj Floyd. A. G. F. A, '
AKq/TUE/ II j !l. Chaille. W. A. LOtion F. W. At'nawii of the. Florida K.ist Coast Railway
Opposite POltoftlce.I I....................I ........ ,I aud Joseph Monier. j I I..k.In a little camp hunt with the

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- -- --- Boys thin week. They were
1h- \Voinau' Home Missionary: SofUi -! imliik-Ki in not t 1 > .,f the :M. U ChiinU South, will! Inn fcrut hom fairly well f"l'dllt'tl[ with

1 II---I at the rtsiilinrt- Mr t. Gram two wil liri: t'imiirrow uri.-nuxin lit ;!::!() ., I on., i* t'i, nirkii with 11 (.It shell '

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SOLE DSSTHIBUTCHS Miami Conservatory of Music,

FRANKLIN COLEMAN:BUSH. Director

1 :225 Twelfth Street.
h1AKER5 NEWYDRK Complete courses in Piano Voice Violin. and Expression.

: Clrsses in Languages Harmony,' History;Jef Music, Sight Singing Etc.
j Correct Cbthes for Phi
Reasonable rates. Modem.Methods. Send for tarOllue.

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.: and Embalmer: i THE UNDERTAKERS. The Real Estate and Rental Agents I

Ufd/ 1300 Avenue D I it 12th Street. ::::;: Opposite First National Hank. '
413-12th Street Phone 25.
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DAILY MIAMI I JiErROPOLovemMr S. -
Mr. L. C. Oliver will entertain a /
I The rivalry in the ash packing and
VeclnudaJ, 30, 1904. party of friends tomorrow with a fish busnness BURDINE
*'* shipping is so great here that & QUARTERMAN
I ing trip to the grounds In the yacht
JIAIL ecHwLLArrhe : It Is said that some of the houses are _
lit' Jupiter, Captain Rosa, commanding.Some I mackeeel' I I
Ift' I .1 quoting at 4 1-2 cents per
:, Iraaa tM pound a price heretofore unknown for
7: er tta ; I rare bargains-Hill Canter these choice and desirable flsh. 300 &
I:U' plose m 11,1: I' real estate and rental agents Hauler 302 (Cor.; 12th Street Avenue G.

NoirtkOxTan so* bonding, a j ,
for the lij A I Hutchiason:Automobile wing for

&:*1 m 8h. ; The coasting schooner Mu Vernon sale. Call at the Metropolis office and' Have .
acid pTOWtI 'I I displayed the latest in both
came In this morning from Key West 1M It. i f ;

and Intermediate points with a cargo -- I I IAXj9
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Dress
TO S. ji j-I of miscellaneous freight The Interior,Isnd finishing work on Goods and Trimmings.

I'' I 8t Catherines: Convent is now ,well :
............ .i Headquarters fancy groesties. traits advanced: and K is expected that the : :
.. at Wilson ft ",..,. 7 .
house will have been completed and
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SOap At ]How* TDMtl -I

***. I I : Mrs., A. E. Sharpie an childrenare ready for occupancy by the first of I I" Their House Furnishings are the best. I
T his| besides .
January. building serving
In Key West visiting her mother ,
George Camp Hof FliiHda, ia 'among :a laudable and charitable purposeIs Table .
I and friends, they having gone over I Linens Napkins Blankets Quilts
the gvet*:at th* mice today l lt j with Mr. Sharpie oa the last trip of one of the largest' aid most' imposing I ,
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Tea hustling- painted I'i. ranted.. fierce'I I I I I the Martinique. tj I,lID the_rity.'i'I' i 1 Draperys .etc. To suit all conditions. I .


*; Hardle. n I I i j i[ W.AHTJCD.-IWr..... ffHaoB .I Nicely furnished Ii house JOT rooms for .
j fly*, light housekeeping: ; also nicely' furnished Agents for life' Webbs Olive Oil Soap, .
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,._ W. F..McCrlmmon 1\ ft ] G., houseboat. Reasonable. Apply I '
U one of the tale prominent arrhals The work of framing the first and F. E. C. ticket office I so much; used for the complexion........... JI

in the city. 'I I second stories of the Halcyon Hall j I I II I .
fl- I Hotel is now being pushed rapidly I I i
.'. E. C. passenger train No. 99, due I
Bata ahead while the stone is being laid
for aalAl ed bUll neBs, here at 7 o'clock\ thlr morning.!! was I .' i.
in the nails of the third story 1 ;'
a money maker 1wlll for less than' 1I I marked up as nine, hours late which .
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one. tbouMDd ddreslI' Ibl" 0 re lll make her due here at 4 o'clock I
I II I I Waded At Once-One experienced) this afternoon. ''The exact C&UIWof the BUTTERICK, PATTERNS NOVELTIES
I I 0 I pipe fitter. Apply at 1 I I,
R. 8 Nelsonat' 'Y 8my a. III,, Lofton ft Elnlg. f' delay Is not known though: it Is rc-j

among the',1111 rs I ie city oday I ported to be due to the tracK being
blocked between East Palalka and IIJuPc..nt |
on business and \\111ea. I 111.Rojal Palm grounds are nowbeeiiinmg frtiKhti I BURDINE & QUARTERMAN3OO
urciclcnt.to a
by an
to show the word being I "
You can get jlickete, | for tbJoIaid Old his I train early last 'alt:ht. | I'
done b>' Gardener Andre*II and as I I
Con'entiffn el'r' at Y ng'a I sisianta in beautifying/ and pr 'partner l --I, fur !I 3OO arid 3O2 TweTlh! : Street. Miami orid
or the Blsoayne|)rug Ures. Fine ollice ruoum ill tLa. .
.,.. it fur,the attraction and bencfc of then .
t a 1 tourist ,-I"I ton;, i Metropolis building I I
The snack. S-c Are len' I
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came in thin r bruin \\th\ n large .it'Iolorl unit Kns, two. : -- -- --
We are in rosltion to fill jour orders .SSSSSSNOSNeSS1i'.GEi1GZiSOSifieGCtiBidti
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t l'ath of maces an (her fiN romnent Umber prospector from c.ae&I..Ie..Ie
jromptly for chicken". eggs turkeys ,I I ,
,. ('ana,la. are in tine city for then t>ur .
4c. S IT Campbell &: Co., 'Tamp [ ---
For Sale-T atckttkto[ : : Cmcl nnati pose of rhaitirm;{ a |power boat to; -, ---.... --
cheap. Inquire jit Ed ungs' rber Fla. I' ; take then on n rrosnectlns trip to. ,

Shop t I f ,ottu'' ('I. anl other (sands: i>f', Subscriptionstaken 1,
The city Mrcvt trant which Las
he tlahamas So fr they here hetn.Joti.lHun .
yf 4 at work fur same time In IniiirolJK\ :!i I Youngs'
Pharmacy
Mr.
The yacht H aiphl unable to struts Mich a boat as all ,
Avenue U with an addition>l Ia>er !
Worthington allli 'lupsoor".a.1.ot went / 'he crafts such a.. they desire are now' :
rock, has reached the intersection
of crushed
this mornln fort 4' day the of that thoroughfare and undergoing: repairs and propira'lon i for any Magazine t ,
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kingGgb grounds 1 1i for the tourist Reason |
) T' elfth street t I or Newwat A completeand carefnllv selected otncL. We buy our Irujjn in
toA I --- .nall ijuantieH and often, so we can alwayij hate them fmk and
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e newt dred rank f r the lots 6W11er.of. We have secured the arency for, the II'e. Ourcustomersgettltebruehtofthis 1 andareala'ap; s.ili.8td
'K \ caniarfe.1 down Two choice building I Publishers Prices: i
8aDfOi i + Columbia Bar-fock typewriter-the
f I I, for sale
then Seventh street and Avenue
wa----momlne aD'a D Tatum'' most complete and up to date machine I Ot S4tut 5attc! rilika area
at low prices. ApplY to 3. H. 1
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termtnal4ock I $ manufactured, tau 1 hare one on eiUMtkm

.. Co. te our omen : : : 5t03tn SAintiu. : : :

W. f. Amnowprominent land, i 3a Fart The auxiliary yacht J. Daggvtt. wan Hill ft Gamier. GoaUwUoa Offers I '

my nl hauled out this morning at the lllamlBoat if 1 lUulerson building.The at the toda<< fountain. Special creamn and berbtt: Saturday
TiDe are amongprofession the f a .. I--Jafol- Wo>k tor"the purpose of clean-' inhtcded it : |: : : afternoons and eveningn. We want your patronage and wit

ininTb. XI" Inland paltrnns her hull preparatory fishing and oyster boat Chas. I i always endeavor to nee that yon get the best liD oar line.to aPeta..l

I bus! 8. Wallace, Captain Moore, which put -'--
Old MaId Contortion for to entering J he ples nre yacht SmIth'sBook
of C 1wU1 then nest Into this port'yesterday from More- Attentlua Ass i. 1--1 Irwin lid tI r..elftlce
teoeBt
head City, N. C.. en route to Punta .N
Frlda.1 Srucrlotle.a W. E. YOU iGS PROP.
be.at : I::
TrtD'rt this for her des- I'
I It Is reported that the eteimer Gorda. sailed morning store- .
.1 bt. taking aboard fuel and : I
ami. now laid off at Port Tampa, will Lion after I t tI

I nerW. D.I arrive here about the middle of next! provisions. Captain Moore reports i .. _
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when she will relieve the that the e '
which bisoatslde. 1-ort sev- month LOAN. I If desire Mil
Bratton. 1-- you to or rent
yomr
from New York to I
Key Norton rout
[ Martinique on the Miami en '
oral days owing r ther steamer 1 gllt dge M 1.1' property 1 tit It with Hill *
Gentler
run while the latter Miami wu,*t jGilftecfr bar Monday Mr. and Mrs.' E. L. Eaton, are now IPhi
" aWay g for Weal and Havana Improved Call B. B. T.- real estate rental
rot IDdieat. off for renovation preparatory to awaiting more'faTorabie realher before occupying the J'I| N Lummua cottageon ) property. on i land agwts. Raaler
Savannah toned lays tum tomorrow for particulars. son bulldlnt Miss
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Bibls fa Baskets China and' and will stop until Christmas ', dt tar j id E\l'r.\a! }' ,t" x.ut! .t r flint turn will IK. <&
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mhr't tO D PEOPLE ANSWERED 11 i................................................... .
I QUESTIONS Was Cut Sd
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.., AND ELSEWHERE''' H.e That Suited Him Bade. County Title Insurance! !

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the State( and e of the abK'xl preachers Concerning Miami and the Southern I FOUR [HEN TAILORS Iwco.-.o.iTlD.

of liar tie! mlnatlu In the State,
will'd?fver( t spec) sertntms.next Portion of Dade County. I in order I to keep ahead of Paid Up ClDltil, $50,000.00 Suplu, $1JOOO.M

Bwxla> !iM HIIChui ws: At the Primitive I i our ord rs. All this has I! Insures land titles abatratcs
prepares of titles, loans and Invests
IIIID6.(1! _.. 11 L m., subject: I been'' brought aboufj-by money on its own account and for others. Acts as agent attoraey-ta-

.1I1riapIUI _- Ilvf'8" at 3: p. m.., So many InqotriM mn. directed to I able aa la any section of the country I the satisfaction which follows lact. trustee, assignee, executor receiver or guardian.
ew.ll'P: : !, .Ivallon' ; at Ib-thel A. the Metropolis by pitMpwtlv Mtticnor | and tar more so than la moat : I' Address all communications to)

K Eo th rt'hit.al! 7:30 >. m., "Choice I home ek.... concerning condition| THE CmrS FUTURE. I II i our+] work. L.
S. PATTERSON
*>f Yanks." T !R able d vine. poKllt'toli- la this o* the country Miami posaeaaea all modern Sec.. and Treas. KsA
existing part
itt afi, dl I "% such ra 'e talent as a, and the burden of eorrMpondene entailed -I I lencea'of civilization, aa oonten-I, .............,..............". .., ............uu. .. _.l.H

rbak+ eachb \ we knov he 'aUi haves thereby bM become eo heavy water ,works, sewerage, telephone system I -- 1il -

rraprrtctabi. .wherever he that we hare attempted the following free mall delivery three aewtc. I
*.**. Cine cifbOt afforc! to miss three article to summarize such iafor- pen two national bank* one sir.bank We make| Pants to your il Watches Fit:;

M.IUKIOII lhali.re to In deliv. red\ by mation aa la moat Important and to ,etc. It baa miles off e.aatlr juijasure fl'OO1$4t59 ,|or a King.

I r. Nektimu.Mlig! diction! is excellent., answer the question moat frequentlyasked. I streets of native whit tone. It la I I I :

hill delivery' p except iou lly tine and It la hoped by this meane that practically the terminus of the Florida '

4 1. hie \Ung"gage almost equal to that ofXellogY. I a sample copy of the 'paper, of which Eaet Coast Railway for though an extension : UP If you wear i j, our watches, you will always
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Har !'y r. or anj| other known' hundreds are sent out will.-la moat of the road baa 'recently been I I be on time. :m

rrammarian.-Win? will be ben- cases serve the purpose Intended better built;!penetrating the farming lands

Htted .ad t$ II'OOir be bene- than a panonal... Specific Information forty..vs miles south, this la merely arid a! Catchy Suit One of the best made anal

1 *tted, tHeae ..ill to their re- may be obtained by writing a feeder to the commerce of this dty. ( time-pieces
Ppeeil .bottaft rejoicing In the God to any of the real estate or other firms Here are. located the steamship docks as, low as ,ii''i.,, our price for st isNNy. "

.I their .aalvStton for 'Win*"called whose adrerUaementa appear' to this of tM P. 0. Steamship Company
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roth son' of t&':> Pjlun.ui> Skate to gos- paper; and the beat way to become fa- whoa lines are operated to Key Weal & S1 '50.
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pd mt41stry/| mllltr with local eondltiona. procreea. to Havana, and to Nassau. Immense 22.00 .,

No < Ion'4 t3folumn yeiterdny: owing Industries and, current happenlnga, wharves, etc.. are being projected to 8 4j
to tkejjIllneOf) the writer. Did you while contemplating removing to this keep pea\ with the vastly Increased I '

"." 'it '' / section la throat reading the Dally maritime bnetnesa that must follow oa I ? Every Watch 6uara l teed. |

Bevji r Dr. 'ewman. the cyclone or the Weekly MetrapoUa the former the deepening of the harbor work oa We Guarantee our work or give I

.tfssaQ Br will Breach for the rood peo- of which win'be kit to say address which la BOW actually progret Ing. Aiapprooriatioa back the money paid for it. *
you ladies
gee mar th MIami aver tomorrow at the rate of fS.00 year fttt for of tSOQ.000 baa been ae- IjUkize nicklc. open-fact $,5.00Iadiea

tight *'t UMTfouse of worship owned three months; the Weekly A large 13- cured I from the Government for harbor J. !IA. JrVORLEY l I 6-aise silver,gold open filled cane banting- case 10.00 5.00Ladie

ty thetk;| of that cOiliuiudl- page paper being milled for |L60 a Improvements, and Ute FlurUs size gold tilled 15.00iie

ty. Wii !| taD BaptUU., Metbo'hat : 1.. East Coast RaHroad la also pledged to Next to FirstlNrtionil Bank] I fold filled 4 i. 15.00

dlala, bd : are in that portion THE CITY OF mAJ expend a like amount This tM.OM The greatest rgaia ever offered. One 1 1-16 et. blue white diasaei

: ;ffi torn large! numbers Sprang oat off the wilderness eight la noir being used. for this purpose tad for on!r$165.00., ;

.j,117. d pac gospel preach' years lea the railroad' having reached It to d aural certainty that farther aapropriaUona > then to thuaj'aoavta I; *f abs* Its T. WATCl '.
fi U : this poUt APdI 11. 1SL'- Prior to this .will be secured oats the .. rem which to tilt sat of <:SIT.4Iu1farms

f' Meeting met .. was time one .... whose trade was principally harbor' Is la a condition eonasuustewltt teoethl I Tore an ten to tvsjt : -- -

) Mrs. W. p. Pickeas wttt UM:Iodtaaa, and ;* few 1 tto Importance from a rnmaardal tkaerd plants to ski acra awl ttetndt.brings.

at. at 3:30 p. ta.. with scattered ftmi les, eking oat a preearfa ': ganajapafcal and atrategkml i IB the Mighbarhoo r att sSts be I
a tah1, }amber. f They transactthclr >e IrMllhood'by wrecking aad the' ataudpotat-aa Impatience reeofolttiby I from W etats: a 4om far Bat\\ft.. i

.* bosfSess with jrach order lad aainaf8 tueF off cooatle starch vets fvbUemea at Ue National Capital 1 Ilk to.ZS .... apleos for Porto 1 lime
.. Utellltence f* wbwM give credit to a the only evidenced drtthatlon.' Oa and by all who wffl stady the loeatloa The peraeatac of plants fratttat depends 800 and 802 Twelttli Street.

MeOjodlit cAfereneVoV a Baptist A. July U. ISHp Miami ,was; lacorporatedaa of thin port and Ita relation to larahr I upon' the car and feftgaatt '

i>oeiatlbn. e by-lawsNrill be considered a city fnrnlahlag perhaps the only and :South American commerce, to eretas ta their cotton, MO* grower ALL KINDS CARRIAGES AND TURNOUTS.I
at.0e next meeting' which instance oa record la which a''' fun was: of the tad trade that : having sooceeded ta ascorbic tnt

r win tie nod JUonday at the home of fledged city came Into existence with- must, spring Into ages upon the from M per cent of the plants ta that SINGLE RIGS A SPBOALTT. I l

MF8' t' M. Jiibcle.; oat first hating been a town. Three completion of the Panama canaL I pia... HORSES BOARDED. CLIPPED AND CARED I FOIL 3
;tWe[ hee |lI 1 <<'e for tIp benefit idred registered voters are. required A glance at the map win show this Land maybe muchassd' from tt vHO !

of] perils within tom the, U NenUtle any community to be called most |casual observer the possibilitiesthe aa acre up depending on proztai' GOOD DRIVERS AND PROMPT ATTENTION,

{udget.f! Sol if and Daughters of Jacobto dty s than that number constituting future holda for the Magtc,City.SCHOOLS ivy to roads Mid shipping point Goneardc .I I I i

nit alffthe Pritnlllvp Baptist I i I. a town. At a meeting held for AND CHURCH ca rock road wits I :flyt or I E. T. CLYATT.. Proprietor;

Chllnb! Mo'y. night, pecemlier 5, at I the pnrpoesNrf Incorporation three Miami has one of the best pnhle: I Miami may be had for $50 aa acre oaf I

s whys 1I1l1J. ev. .J. II. Newman deliver :I and on-half: mbnthi after the first schools In the State embracing both I somewhat less than that sum fo- lane ;, I

Ice: re rcgar.llng ths order train reached Miami. 344 Totes were the common and high 'school conrees. I not Immediately on a road. Tbe same GEO. H. EYERS

The ItUm ''i lvies will report| ( at this I cast The phenomenargrowth of this I The buildings' are large and well ,ventilated ,: quality of labd. farther away frog

n.tt-til! g. at4teh: ; l will he set tip I early! period has beenN. sustained I and there ls a competent con pt transportation facilities can of course Electrician
Twwjir: nili(:! Itt Ban wells 1111. Ol.kil .< throughout; the eight yeara of thecity's of teachers. A Catholic convent Is to be I'urrhased.for less. The land Is as Contrac tin

lilt n.Mrll: I lie oll oatl"III the I history. I be erected this summer' which w.ll promising! Inj appearance to those atciiMomed :

dlllr ". F.;" I1." ml 1 Jl.a'i. Tli' POPULATION. fcJV.: \ I proviue instruction for both s'xca.Hiere toY the-deep, rich soils o;, Launch Supplies':', .

(.: t best l.. L! order in in- I Miami ha at present a resident! population are also private schools a Riu- other Stau-i|, being rocky and sand Itattcrio, Spark: (Ioil<>. Etc.

Stmt It rrh.s an'' tn.lon'nl nS. of between .OI)() and 5,000. In I 1 Jc conservatory, and art arliool\ sovery ; PI results can IK- obtained from I' 11 JJ Avniic C I iami. Flo i idaWrite I for prices

...... '. ....' du.tn; u ill h ?'od! atuong the winter months! this population Is that, educational need may">*' 'aT in excess: ,of the returns readzertrout ,
I the more fertile
;,15"8\ pen,le In nlnst cif Ih"Stah mimented! by the addition: of hun- supplic There are about thrty sections of th.

n- .n,+I.f'r eat'tof ."oU .isn't\ trrils of "visitors mostly of the wealth- i flourlshiiig\choog, in the county. ountryFe illrcr; must bp used bathe BITTY BROS.
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'du 11) I anhiu;;. I ...,1\11 fur tau.t. i.. .t rla+'spR, ,, to come to enjoy the Every rellpVqiiH denomination. Is returns InvoTvVd more than Justify""" the ea
I I lK>ndifure
i ftin" :, a .,,< I\I ;-". I 0 ofR ideal dlmite and the flneF' flshlpg: In i!!i represented anoxte" : :following havehandsome People. of 'energy and Industry an

'I, jJ I:. 1'.. :act. Ij'h' aa. (he world.! To accomn'vite: !; these I church b ding: Pr sby- I
Ads 1'111'".1 .i'd.! f:". t. :: '-", <' there are numf'-'H hotels I i I terian. Episcopalian Ihollc.1. 1;. heartily welcomed and the country1! Machine
dt>development[[ ,; pnctlcally just begun Shop
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R" ,atlorIAI; n'llir r. lIrJ'" 1 nn'/1 :i: b| r.i'-.!ttt.e IIOIITS.. i"rit.d.al; among'' Church, 51. E. Church south, and thfre ;,-,'room for all to reap th ,
ar M. Nnnd y s'chi .hitli i I" the Hotel Royal( P; 'm. an ImII Baptist '
... "'"Hit, 64<\ foot long 300 fee* benefits which. must ensue as the r*>
M tVallate red d"lll"h' 'r "TS" !: i'
SOILS AND PRODUCTS.The suit of such development Capital find
Pain "'lall"'II tame do 'n last Th'lrqa,1ur \ wide an-l five stories high with accommodations -I II J I f asolene and Kerosine! 1
F Join hf'r ushan WI' for 80"' guest, besides' lobbies I principal Industry n this here most profitable investment whO* Engine
U the growing of fruits and winter ;-labor I Is In demand and well paid. Peo "
t.diL IIn"j j rotundas dining rooms office*.1 I tlonj: : !
I the' piauof. moderate means who come ben I i Repairing a Specialty ;
p t. nf 'tlt' rt'Fu ted his cork etc. It Is set In twenty acres of trop- ,vegetables for '; Northern mar- ] ; L ,
ndhbny
asI, :kets. Tomatoes form the staple crop \! a small tract or land make t !
beautiful beyond ;
rrimlpal I a xthe MUnii public school'fter"anif88 : al gardens I "bome. '
I but there are large quantities of other" modest set ont fruit trees an: : GENEnAL'-RE
several other 1
tion. There are
: of a'.iraut a week last desertp-I WO K.
I 1 vegetables grown such aa tomatoes, while wafting for these to come Intr i .
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smaller than the ]toys '
Mon'yk.Y H.t Hartley InK. the pastor of '.h..tR4f. i' .Bare, yet lancer and *lth better service egg i I plant, peppers, beans, etc. The bearing engage in tnlck1DI. are, al SHOPS 5111 SEVENTH STREET rlR i MIAMI. FLORIDA..
most without inception, successful I
; of planting season extends from about
ill I Ir.tll8&f than Is usually found In towns
nr Chili. 1 aaln after an
M. up
October And this success costs less effort thai ____
1 to January 15. and the bulk -
the else. At this writing an-
twice
r. T.f.libl alts'! a..week ir ten meeting t .1 November: until May, although there he( climatic: r nat-doo ;
ko. r.::1\11. f G. r. fraction.
at Est lJ' t 1.tslge! >
work possible dayla the I ,
every year ,
: The population la cosmopolitan, every being practically no difference In tbe I
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(). of 0.F'rJ' with the Lealth benefits of\such eopenair i !
) Ita seasons, seeds may be'pIMlte4 or vegetables
Dda't fb4et that Dr. Newman; willpreach State la the Union famishing :
life
thrown In. At th,
undedrable gathered any day In the yir. say Architect and Builder
I quota of representatives. .An -
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'O W the river tomorrow
time peortej who"are enjoyta healr> !!
!. foreign element unknown Vegetables are grown jumally oa the
Ill.'- Dt 1<.$..y JohnKoa I has been ladleroused de-j CLIMATE..' prairie lands, whhlch are free from tad moderate aveces ta their praams* 1 now have in my employ one'of the be.t

bu N now impruvlnx to the Writing from personal experience Umber aed-are composed of a kind or abodes, bad better stay where they a' I draftsman in the South, and,am better

iiPf.or. lt.f -.tuanY tri ncJ" after visiting California and other sections marl There sboald be weighty reran to !. prepared than ever for furnishiojj pines
Iraenee anyone to make a now of met and details tor rood buildings.| fine cabinet -
I where climatic conditions are Fruits are grown on pine lands, ;
People who have .... work etc. 1 am|,|i now headquarters
I considered' at their best, we can unhesitatingly which are slightly higher than the importaes.l| "
Mgic City for turned work, x sawing and all
falh."". elsewhere are not likely to K roll
say that Miami baa the most prairies, and In the section very' rocky : work usually don*i in a riMsr CLASH
succetaful here. ...
Drkg: 'S ore. perfect winter climate la the United This rock la a peculiar coral formation | very Intelligence I planing mill.
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Industry are as essential to good for
States. Cold Is almost unknown even containing a great deal of plant food t '
'1 I m\ 11k L the slightest frost being very rare. as evidenced by the fact that tn many 1 I tune ken as ta any other pan of th i Sendee your order for doors and win-

The warmth of simmer U temporal plates, orange and other fruit trees an globe., ., dow 'frames ballusters (bracket etc.
k At SUTLER. M. U. If It Is d'!rtred to engage ta ......' ?
by tbe cooling breezes from the Atlantic to be seen bearing thriftily though : I'
farming Injth* raising of wheat con and be convinced I MIAMI FLA
'roprietor.Pries. apparently standing solid plateof ,
II t and the highest temperature on a \
IJ, r oats pearbek. apples, grapes. mother
recorded by the government thermometer i this rock. Befog of a porous orb : ;
iJ r>: I' daring the summer months la 9$. o _becI structure the roots of products of the tempsrata MB --- I
Ifetent M. must east his lot some hundreds of \ ;
Jtelkines. Toilet)
the
enabled hand
t HEALTH.The | trees are to penetrate '
rtitSldncs.j .. city ranks 'among tbe first la.. draw ample sustenance from what mIles| to the north and aeeept the eoN ''
\ Pufamen't that te part of the legacy of tea* America's Most Perfect Wheel:
lthe t would
; U1 United States In point of,{health.Thre appear to be a very unpromislug
I | Stationery. I iOnISil la entire freedom from malaria, source. nil rock by the way where then things tan .. grown- 1\
!\ I Veither ta this stock-raMa
a country
Drerif disease. makes beautiful and durable building
and there are no "prevailing
In Colored Town
Store I Inaterltt Then Is a 'no-fence law. which Is a The :
COB o urn Firm mnr.retpMt Those ailments which are common toaD and the new court house
F, a* event' I to the settler of MmlMneaas. ,
ports of the country seem to be aad. Jail as well as several rtsldenea bees Ra.cy4r"I
there to INttS 11ftoet' I
I I'I here robbed la part of their power, as In the city built of this atone, art wry
Wor ta the county. OB the other one-fourth
t-ti ivy :" a lobed they w tally appear la a mild form much admired by all visitor It also i :\ j
hand If It i.1 desired to ta the
it.yd and nod' leave the bad effects which makes the finest road material In the engage i i easier'and is propelled the same
culture of citrus trut... pineapples, various way.
i U1 tut follow la the wake of like diseases world and Dad county leads Ml oth- j i ,
.P$ ntertac any ttor to elsewhere. Scarlet fever and diphtheria era| la the State In mileage and condition tropical or semi-tropical traits The less the friction{ the easier' the push.
f the of vegetables at the asa :
makl kindly '' crowing
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; a pircMM show you hit are unknown while typhoidfever of her highway ion of the I.r when all other parts !;! The Raqjde has less friction; on its Chain Bearings ,
: ak e clerk to TOO la rarely heard of. It la a d'.Ir- The fruits cultivated are ,-hleflycrapefruit ;
I I It i f the country are In the grip of winter
Unln Card. able place for tJIoooe'8ItJrftiol from orange, and pineapple .:. than any other bicycle.
77.. this section offers' bedded advant- '1 .
J, ",LOCAL i ili i lung troubles asthma, catarrh and Gu>lvas mangoes avocado petrs sal
t ,:Mt [ other .onion of the i
OerkC Interaatlonal liver any
i tjtall similar disease which are prevalent limes are largely produced but being, I I
t j Tt' AMOdation. Mlamt j.| Indigenous 'I fnltH Staten.ollserers. PlumbingI
It in C'Oldf'cllmateL! Many persons" affected ; to the country they thrive'with 4
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here little cultivation.
with these ills hare come or no Citnm
.... curd bene- Soiii<> have .t.ne',te.t the
11mI nnd have been or greatly trees require from three to five yearsafter
'!m. fitted. Of course.|this la not the caseIn I planting to'produce fruit Plnefrpnl's. reality; "f thtXrn>s l because 11.1') have I !have an up-to-date plumbing, establishment i in X)
.. li.-4'ii.. unalili' tn ...-.. the Uriah'mini ofa
.,.. ae., every' Instance.| People die here an : which grow' on a plant somewhat :
they do everywhere' else. No country resembling the cactus, and which )phb/ ''iih.irtfiii >.crii. K B. lIa.."- counet-tion with my Bicycle'' Emporium, and am ;

r LmUom TARP has yet been' discovered where peopleare are''' propagated by 'setting slips or fit now diilnix l to hate ineBinn-d: the prepared to do the In-st work Call and "see' me.

Ilstr.. '.tda Henssataai' Immune from death and disease.At seekers, bear fruit In 18 months! after' ",,I""II1I; 11I"nll'I'I\ and has

I the ,same time, It may be truth p'sating. In this section they are found hal 11I"'n..I.1, glass Increases

fOiltSKlDKEYCUBE '' fully said that the conditions tending grown fa the open there being no ne- .- brishiiifsH lit IMT ...."' and a Mth I. I M. J' McDONALD

I'ek 4 Kldsarn asd II&M4IW' als'" to general healthfulness are aa favor- eesn'ty for protection from cold and l b nt Itininu,fork :! TM-F rent. I ,

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It can only e hit in one way. Address Box 135. Miami I
/ l. fortable Incomes.
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Delivered to any" ,ion.t north Of I Miami for $5.55 a ton. Any station J. A. DAfln.ZVIISlit. ) .

tJa of MlamlJ $6.:$> ton._J i_ ; Choice: Properties ( I.r.klk

CA "L ON HUGHES & CO.,

| $ o handle the Miami trade. I We Have for Sale

O. R St el I. attSt tor Llttls RITST. II I : .
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I 4' Brick bmis4ssloci I"l on Aveaut ? ... ...... .. .... .........1.... tI9It.M Riparian Right Cheap

: It lots oa Seventh street .............................. ...... .'.. .. '....... .
CONTRACTORS |HD PROPERTY OIHKRSBoardssai Haws aDd lot, bay front riparian rU it*.... ...... ...... .. ]..... 1,10101Il I have a big bargain la aa improved place, right oa the[bay. 17:mile

SAVE MONEY, we can't +oaataNlottootdTwsIBtatrnt............,..0... ......'..... ...... south of Miami and one mil below Cutler. The tarn consists of II eclat.
t.t it (lont[{want do to, come to .nashoaae. and lot Thlrtsnth .tree!. H aden improvements .......... 4.7MJO I of which an.; jtoworu. with a grove of 450 Avocado Peartrees._ Hi-ti
Gelp 1 yoa :J ho asa4 tots OS Twelfth street, oleo lUOOJOt* ........J I..... romaooee with >%lots, wits btrelat trees rowth street .,..... M04MRouee of limes" JIY+",....*Mr apples, sappa-diltos. figs. Piisatsa mvlbprrire. alai. alice
: Tho ifl A: I MCDONALD GO. sad tot bar. 7wrth street aear:.AveoM D. ..............I i..... fiO.Mftoast ''flower Harden. A. Juur-rooa l...se, u4 a'two-eu .'rt.Vlias .

.IIcNIe aad 1 Moa Third rtreet...... ...... ...........J..... -.eo two driver pomr a cbirrn! ac: i aa opcowett., Will.eau. sireislsjlicheap.

I AND ,1 \YOUR RaDIi aad > lots oa Pint street for.all .......... ....... ... 1..... i.Q0S.0t2O.scsoFu&e4ad Write to the owner. .
Yeflow : I crape trait grow near Coeoant Grove ..,'..... aXOMJI S. L.. JKPPORDC.Ortler .
II Loog Leaf .Dtte sad AMA- &lf ciesru.bssdagfruit trees. MS c.a.a .. ; rav
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I !LJ16 M seas AM famipr land at Cutlet .. ..... ...... ..........{..... MOO.OOtexre .. .- .
r orsage*and grapefruit grove at Oraage Ridge........ .j jTv ..... 1,01O.O8 11
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1" also sell Lime. Brick [4 kinds]. .flat JMBC oraage sad giapefnlt groves oa Mlaal"tllaai river with Come T f
rzrWe rights.. SUM and WOO O and See Us : :
Cement.,. Sus 4 oors. Mouldings, and whatever else a Bo ise afld > kX oa Seventh....., eoraer.Avenue H. ..... .... 1,21001 .
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'"builder lowest possible figure. line farmlax jnul e'trus lands treat ,/ ).00 aa acre up.Several Opposite the Postdffce.FiD "
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*'* j famished houses to rent for the season. Call and see as.lecre

grapefruit sad plceapple grove ... .... .... ........ {4..... 1000.00 .' .' ..'
You Iuo A:lftrfe" ie -i4th'Sbeet?Miami. Fit 10 acres and 7;room house,barn, stable, tool house and work house OUR STOCK I IS

I bearing orange and ripe fruit grove, on Miami rirer with riparian lliesf Hardware* :

.... ... i.. I rights--an ideal home .........:.......... ...... .........+. .. 12.000.00 I .
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.::::>> ai.1 av 20 acre fine pine land on which U a I or < acre orange SASHDOORS I and !
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trove; 100 bearing tree., and other varieties of trait trees;groom house
-. -- "'t ff .=l7RC'1'IYE MAT ;SH. '\ rood well. etc. Biggest bargain in Dade county; 4 1-1 miles from Miami COMPLETEPrices 1 Farming : '

pulI to tyeF 4; II IMo.io\ :\forth and Want I i I -I I 110.U:I on Rock S Iota Road.on Eleventh]j' Price$1400.00.street, for.all 200000. 1 j' PAINTS Implements

ae..UIe..__ _... L.' .E..i-.1Io.01<4. so, It y, lOiI3p V 4.>p Lt L.Jeaup,6a.ac.u wI1b..._Fla_..:.....-. ._:;.IIoB!u ky i, TNJewp. togpX & ;; 35 acres pine and prairie land. 10 acres improved, half mile south of Cutler areJLo .

: ............. _+ ._'..110. ky 'a.ta ArMaeo..Oa. ... ..._....o 110 It k,,\ 609. Hotel; SOOteel(! frontage on bar; tOO bearing fruit trees; 6-room cottage ...
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'I M ArCkarloae4r r.eIbla..... .r '. .3.a i 110.&J 965a: ,Ar Rome la. IIoR 110 k7, 7 7.Tae. ,. furnished; horse and wagon; 75 laying hens and out bttfldlngs. Price 14.000 ,
___ ... _llo. It, J2:1Op: ArDiltoo.UaAr .. J. W. WATSON
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Ariknrllle _r. Pally 121 Cbalia oonf*,Teun.Ar I'.l I 9121P' or the 10 acres with Improvements about 400 feet bay front, for U.800.OOcub.
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AlI'lallad"11Ob1a r-KIt fs41. Ar Cbh.,n. llP C Hiil' We Handle the
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M"WubiiiKt'in l-ullnuio Dr..IDIl'. sub:>>Klonda m rlreying tied.t'.r.Ar: ArT"Jl IMrmt Men "_ __ell A !'I I 1725.. Real Estate and Insurance AAen s. Oliver Typewriter
Dallr Kf 1.rr'/orlnnatl.0 Ii L'IIM I 'op {!< .
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Ar kausvilkTeno.H>< I'priua..l'.. to L .-r.. ... s.n...Rt I ij i I hour;tr.p: ,_..I"..lil I.III'j.ulnl"I'r.train Jid"OII"II,11I""klo "too..ulii:N."..1'13 n I l'ulhll.LlI.Ar I.. TUCKER & GREEN I 1 y I \ are (jelling them too, becans
.Ar UtniMtllv <. f' F. I' auu .- ; our priie old terms pare easy U you
ArtI.LArt'IarlundI.4Ihn...I. ". w'\l .11.\\ ,4N.p'01'... :'o1l1TIIIH.r.: ih I ''.):; Meat Retailers 1 I .r want a ool mwhite, Itt us Ml your

uaouiy Yuhau. ra.fn-Eon. auABuaANkrpluk ,.. ... .. ', I al out the
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i it': : I .\\r M'auta.a,,I".r.....;.\I" y'" II IIt )) :,SawWorld's .. Corner Avenue! |D and Third .'<-PP'*. M|' $uii. :;arI'L.
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LoulsOMol oaf Sales II.. "e\o" lellll I "'1'
., Hot ""roll"". "I Of h'a to
it "Their. t IunUl Llu I',d." 1 added '
; 1'.1.1. m blue shop his: born
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(If, AKK1VAL8: Ar JACK>VILUE. Bread.
"9." ybold's demand fur a first das repair shop
P..IC@.lurk",. 'MMdakm.eb..ti ""W..bIOJli' and Fhrtlds U".iltd. .IIrrr
hoaCblcaKo.ct.cl1Hl..C ...tieRttiII."FI.wldaUmllcd."e.m.prom i for AUTOMOBILES and GAS ENGINES
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"-" _(il 1jJ.: IIphi..B"Iba..., ",-"Florld. IAmlted 9A51 m. .. ,
1A..Ied;931 m and that leparrment U In
hHa GI.rtau at ire & ..le.-! .:III, ublka+oa sad rl'wl la II I ;
== = I I charge of skilled machinists. |Ws, an '
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g Is made under healthy conditions. I 'I at your srrrlce.LOFTON
Dbtri |Agttt. )183 W. Ba1 -lacbontUe.. FL' !
j. C. LUH. I'aaaqer We do all nixing by Ui* latest machinery .
C.H.ACUBT.0. M.I. W. H. '1'&ILOIoO.'P.\.1 patented. I 1

E. HARDWlcti& T. M. BROOM MORGAN A 0- p. A. I & EINIG.,

-rR-y A. LOA.F Successors to Lofton Johnson. OppaHts Post Offles.'Miami na.
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lticjjCOast .; Of oar Homemade Breat for your I

J4i. Cast: and West via health. That's why.you should try It i I
mOlt ucuflt North
The Wad thatls preferred by people Do You Intend To Build and
,Ajff-AMTtn cdAjSr.AIL The) Moo New Tork and Florida Special. for miles around.wEDE1.IVERTO I
did illness iUW o 1 Cot VBnBHBk BMVVUI*. Dining and ObservatHm Can I: I
:tsftrte }ppte4* (BO t. learn 8t Ar tuUne day except lodar at U I SAVE MONEY?

,A. M, arrive ite Tork 4tt P. M WUnrlng day. ; ; ANY PART OF THE CITY. I
.. Florida aad feat India Limited, carrying: DraWtag-BoUa. Keepers and I IDealag i I

Cart, I.jl e Jacksonville at 1:00 A. )I. dally arrive New Tork SM'' INFORM THE in which alUbranchewof the Build .

P. M. foDowlsf tr. I JOHN SEYBOLD.Miami I ing T dew are represented. The t
:Chicago sad Kjlda Limited,Bond Pullman train'of Keepers. Dining and membern of thi axHociation cheerfully -

,,ttaervadoa t"' Cleaves Jacksonville daily ai ':10 A. M.. arrive Chicago 4:00 I : : : : : Floriia! I II ContractorsAssociation will tnfninh plan. .pecifica '

P. M. followlnf ,. This train carries 8t Loals Sleeper.'arriving St. Louis I tioiiH and ct.tlmahddr, ..-.. t?
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Dixie Flyfreteepers ea vw Jacksonville tV. P. M. dally carries through __, u ,I I Contractors Association,
to C11ro\t > ,lad SL Lads. arriMcg Chicago .:li P. M, St. Louis( I IO' MIAMI.: FLOKII ,
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*.c.IS.. aodo, .'."i.I. hour, to Lonfirllle.MAKE RESERVATON3 PROMPTLY. ; MIAMI BARGAIN STORE

mASK C. i'o,1".sTON. District Passenger Agent Ja.'latonvllle. Fla. t Keller & Miller ..._.._._.+.+.+.+++.++: ...>+..*......N... .N.II
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Dealers inOsters : Pongee Silks. Worsteds t ff
SFABOARD3Air I : and o tlicr, t Dress' food b.th. l' 0)ctn! '. i

Fish ,
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Line Railway J '.r\.lIi.h"la'4..an.. I Tin"are I

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OZZ an.d G-atn.e.I I.lift "'Pulle't. W. J. GAUTIER. Prop.DOANE ..
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SavannahColumbi; Camden. Southern Pines .-

RaleinriMliihraond, Washinstoa, Baltimore.


jg\iM'wo: Philadelphia.Elegant Trams New York.Daily. I Rih are kept'in traps-Killed after Order' is j I \ cV RAULERSON! I I II11I.ER' !

Seaboar x ress Seaboard Matl) IS: .
received
:H'Modern l t'";''llmaaoperitim rl'lipmt'nt.: f I !

,,..ONL/Y Choice treats. Live I'j Hc-l. >Kt'- Choicest Poultry. I
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Orders taken daily .Prompt attention to I. I't.lilc Attention .
ily iliroa&ii. sleepers from JacisonYilltlto,: I OrleaD and dressed poultry K .\ I K T R E .\ T \Il'i T

For full ;inf i': : icjn I -..
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A. 0. Rc. ON ELL Iss'IGia Pte A&L Fia.sC. ; Corner of Second Street and Boulevard, I Corner IJth St. and An. D :4ata.h.r.i.tse

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STATE NEWT i sufficient to handle the immense'!, 'ITEMS OF INTEREST. I I'i' ::
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I I 'Ije'Ilrienils I amount of cotton and last night\ rep- '
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T of Jesse Hancock 11, I iewnlallve of the ,company left for A Maryland distillery has seat Bi hop -
J ro l1li lat young farmer of Jennliu.I New Orleans, where cotton fcree'men :'I' Potter a case of Rlskey. I
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n.....fee making efforts I' to ..dIscoverLt ', will be secured and brought here to : Chinese labor Is said to be proving .
*", "'rtalK{ .utl<. Hi' /pep home Sat '; work during the next few weeks.] Ne\i 1 I I a great/I success in South Africa-for When in DoubtBlueSerges

Urd&tNO\.ember, 19. to' 1 KI> tn Fargo.i er before has u much cotton ,been the mine owners and the coolie own
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.. &lhct Home money.! und hall on hand or rn route to Pensacola for ,
root ;n seen '!lInn!. II IIHe I!, ;I export as Is now the case. ersThe progressive policy of the Ameer I u

t quite a larg supi of money I A. S. Cox. stevedore of the Gulf I includes the appointment of women Play
with anil it in feared he has met Transit Company Thoa. Kent foreman ;': doctors: al Cabul and the ue of electric ,
wItstl play. He i* twenty-five years and president" of the Cotton power In his gun factory
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014. i j, )hVn I last sot.fl.I was wearing men's Association and H. Screw'j All the streets named after the ljl -
1& bfai5: suit' lot I clothes and I'.' a white" hat. well known gerewman of New Orleans, saints in the Preach town Dijon are Tliat't for choice of cloth. AU ut the! making; of the I

A.1t br of Ida frkWI"Ii have been who has been working here were the to be secularized, says the Paris Petit La" nit that'V an..therstory. We've: suit at !;UO that

ituttlpl: n I termined search for him one to leave last night Cor New Or,! Journal!, In accordance with a resolution t we'lltake<< our reputation. Tu
be.wAbont. avalL-Tlt ,..V.km. leans. They expect there to secure of;|the Socialist m ,Jorlt,.. ed. "ta |nch, liable textile guaranteed 1 all wool l
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1:!1 I about fifty men to come to PensacolaI I Chancery Lane London U occupied .>clta 1Shl$6en of orange from Florida I and assist the local men In handling almost, entirely by lawyers and the its sprightly lustre. The or e
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are bfitto: means rnnnned to shipments,I the business. I tradesmen .who cater to their B-.I.. ,I tit. intelligently lined and
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..ijy:.rs f" for [since the ant of November It is anticipated that between 60- During I the "long vacation" there Is a character.that bespeaksbniaj' workmani-hip.
7 WS packages ofj: ,fruit, the vast 000 and 60,000 bales: of square cotton I hardly any traffic on It D All styles that fashion demands and sizes_to a "anre

of khe, packages being boxes win be handled through Pensacola Who {is running the Horse Show, the PROPER FITTING TOGS for any' build of man.
Cij4e be have been I IshlppM by the wl>hln the MT, two __lrn. Thorp "r,. t milliners nr amine owners* ; 1
steamers from this, port.fkift'I now about thirty thousand bales OB I The old-time batterlngram dldat exactly _
r different ship daring theaoatletrurled hand in the warehouses.., and more 1.1 I have a sheepish way. 1 -- ------- --4-,_ '
over 8.000 packages ofnit on the road and ready for shipment I The conwtlit, who gets shy of the '
) and one carried; U.OO pack from various points.-Pensacola Journal 1 I I key Is'"offon a toot. 1 I I'i

We.: eUll appear, to .b a good Can It ever be that a half-baked man 3CRL0S51 11C*
/tetY :for,:Florida orange* In New I Is well-bred: Our Shirt .
tprt.1 tarda,', New York papers A cargo of sisal grass reached this I Having the hive doesn't give one's isLTee ,
it.Iea'"There; Is a fair movement In lIOn this morning on the Norwegian [ temper';. honeyed sweetness .I
with price sieady oa fancy iteamabJp Eva Captain Meyer;, which Would you say of an old table thatIt I I; 11
f 'trl/IC \Qome I FJoridas are" held at IUOI bowed up off the bar. The Eva was "Iso n Its last lep!"' Sale
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j. '* otastls= fancy and $%.SOOII, fancy, with: boarded Immediately and then began The national. sales girl Is not always On .I
v "'.,,4. ,UIJij.se 011 choice7k /iI I I Jading a berth at the L A N. docks, found at the notion counter.A 1, ,
'" .- IL I -I- where the hatches were opened and stepmother Is not *o tal when
} : biniUlon gasoline and sail bis afternoon the work of taking the she Is not a high stepper
iBf'tattweh Mover. and(two sailboats cargo which has many commercial It Isn't I getting anything through Have you tried one of our high-cIass shirts at a

e .' d.at orbeU's dock.I I ,The engine Ifn The Eva Is consigned to F. O. Howe of the other.Ibn more to go in our celebrated' madras "

;$ 1p .$ + ygijng"' repairs and: as noon as t Co.. and l Is the brat vessel to comein I be led to believe that the Ixiok- f i.oo shirts at . . ;;. i . ry 3C Kf 4i
T j.the Ygrompleted the fleet will leave i with such a cargo Jn many month maker's word Is always bindin.;. :
'-i.a ''1',:%' iwJlVsiiannt'UnMe.' iir. Dcarins: It Vt one time the trade In th. .'.ilmxincMK Lola of honest Man have n..,,'r been i And only a few dozen in 'the finer QOr ,

; 4' eslee.;t to arrive troth Chirapo fume was .brisk.] hut for various put to (the.left.JinlRt $1.25 shirts to goo at. . .1.. .. ': . O Z/C
e: -,. 'tame. .t month anI I after a short reasons the steamers were divertedo

... >itt .r;" rly.b. will JO I" 1<< 'is.oann' ;
tj .,.; .t. :II" ..- I '- I I i I" lolil on the dirk toila). lo brlnKJ the i SeattleVa who nropiHHl! newest light:: dark patterns in, fijjtires; and) stripes
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r.:: r dune the'histor)' is ( l'ent.eoia! k .t j"i vatfi I i.* the Eva which was i \ Twain In more than looks. as lian ,' : .I i
.J! 1. un ,'Ii.si noli" 'd among his friemls ,iv II hit !.1'IWf1: !
Fula' I hanillfil!. hv Nhe C..I( 1'i.m i .l( 'in hi'r In nil this nerning. -
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-STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL I H e v.r. Nunany's .Thei WHO'1SYOUII
Temple; Bostfvumir <' hab,"'n elot. t..l "no- =
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tary of Public (1'orkr' fur rllh::. an well =
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Both Eyes Open Company, hail arrl\'t'il In New. (tries-is Son :: r g
Alt of
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eep a stall l u, hl-.s-rvsmtrv. ;:; I I L Chemicals andpreparation
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Wllllaml. ), l>.I..n'h. Rrpubll' bathe treh.
r I I can KO\enwirlift' .ifVir: Virginia.1 E 'Oar methods ,
IB t' ; SOLE are commended
Is ."." years o il rant )Mian tits aslirinler. U E
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AT; THIS SEASON EVERY CLOTHING HOUSE IN THE COUNTY U !

MAKING A STRONG BIO FOR YOUR PATRONAGE .KEEP BOTH' EYES & Nashville II T Tailroad ------
OPEN SEE WHAT YOU GET FOR YOUR MONEY. THERE IS AN ENORMOus I
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LOT OF CLOTHING THAT SEEMS TO HAVE BEEN MADE ESPECIALLY
( TO '.GURIIN "REDUCED PRICE" SALES. .LOOK OUT FOR .OarPresaip
WHAT I YOU PAY FOR JUST NOW. DON'T LET LOW PRICES' GET THE Fastest Ti J e ani FiD StSen ee, lion
BEST OF YOU AT THE EXPENSE OF SATISFACTION. .BUY HERE. To Depart.

WHERE, .YOU CAN BE CERTAIN OF THE CLOTHING YOU, BUY It as wIAd rr .....
WHERE EVERY OFFERING IS THE BEST OF ITS KINO. WHERE All Poin 8, North, West w=-.. w:tM
BRIGHT AND FRESH WHERE NO GAMES OF' DECEPTION I ..... "-It8Ia .".
STOCKS ARE AND and JNorthwest.Tlirmnrli i. .. .... : ,f ; ; :.
OF ANY KIND ARE FOR ONE MOMENT TOLERATED. AND t I' I .

a WHEN, ITS ALWAYS MONEY BACK IF YOU WANT IT. 0 + . '. '. l'iiuni.in Ilctwin I ;, Kim .
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+ -- RED CROSSPHARMACY(} .,. rttek* *r* 1%.
confidential Jacksynrill : to Birmingham I wt IMIb srMskrV.lM.sq'i .
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.f St. Louis, IVnsacula. Mobile I Statlonefy... Milk Chocolates

I loll !NYw' ( rleans. + +.' rwy 1-*,. tit, wE
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tI J. SEWELL: : & BRO.rn 1 I I krrst lw . .Pr sfft.t. Sr .Ittrr nrS'- .
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