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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: December 9, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 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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System ID: UF00076097:00226
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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THE DAI Y MIAMI METROPOLVOL IS.







The Only Paper iiif i Southeast I I Florida_ Carrying Associated Press Dispatches.[


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2, NO.2. MJifcfl':'". MIAMI, FLORIDA.'FRIDAY. DECEMBER 9. 1904.SMffcrtl: ::- Price 5 Cents


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JAPANESE SHELL" I UNIVERSITY DISCARDS OF-THE CHICAGO COx};.jl;OGY.:, I':'LEAP YEAR DANCE KEY WEST TEAM i' SUMMARY WEATHER OF FLORIDA LAST WEEK. NEGRO MURDERER



College Songs Substituted aLoing I DEFEATED The following U the summary and
WAS A SUCCESSYOUNG ; GETS
': More to Breed Religious dp;; It.j I cuuditlon of the weather and crops In

. DEAL!. DISASTER j Chicago Dec., 9.-The Doxoi has i i Florida for the week ending December SHOT I BY OFFICER

V been discarded, at the l'nlve; s y of I I G j, as reported by the weather bureauat

CbicaRo. The faculty has age with SOCI TV LADIES ENTERTAIN TEN INNINGS REQUIRED FOR Jacksonville.The I

1 the students that college: eer'n do GENTLEMEN FRIENDS AT TAMPA TO GET AHEAD ON THE weather was warmer than the -I'

r : more to breed a true religious t1M l co FAIR BUILDING' WITH DELIGHTFUL LAST GAME OF Tf4E SERIESINSPECTOR'S normal and generally favorable for !

And to Russian F eetSEVERAL lege,'spirit than the cbanUusfuit the GERMAI4. REPORT. farm work which was taken advantage .I' While I ,
Destruction V Resisting Arrest in Bradford
I
tenets of Christian belief amf r odayat FThe of by farmers. Syrup making and I

at Arthur. all chapel services In the Juntof college I sweet potato digging were about com County Recently.
Port "
l the sons "Alma Mater". 'vlsiib- most dec ded social event so tar The, Mttropolis Bureau, Key Welt pleted In northern and western districts (

stltutvd for the Doxology. ,fJ. this; season wai the leap year german Fla., Dec. S.-The long expected I base but are still In progress In the : ,

r / NEW FLORIDA tilf given at the Fair building last, night ball 'team arrived Friday night and central district Vegetables are generally 1-
;
SHIPS EITHER SUNK OR POSTMASTERS NOMINATED., by the young society ladles of the city registered at Hotel Jefferson. In good condition. In a few WAS WANTED HERE FOR A COLD

complimentary I to their gentlemen The following Is the list of places worms and dry weather are doing '
BURNED AS JRESULT T Of THEIR :tiThe I players: BLOODED CRIME(! COMMITTED
-- some damage.
frle dl. The hall was'appropriatelydecorated Carrick New York Detroit Shipping citrus '
McIntyre I'I
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President has sent to t en-
HOBS
;" FIRE;INFA TRY RECEIVED A ate the following nominations. }'". I for the occasion and thestage Mlchl" ; Qulnlan. Loulavl e. Ky.: Broth fruits continues active. Abundant AT SOUND IN MARCH 1902
S" rains t .
RESERVE. Postmasters-Alabama. JosepJ C. especially was beautiful with era, Toledo, 0.; Robinson, Jackson are reported from portion of the DETAILS OF THE CAlL'
.
Manning Alexander City; D1D@ B. potted plants I eras and flowers and vlllef Mitchell. Syracuse, and Harley, western and extreme southern districts I .

Smith. Opelika. Florida: GenrM. .1'' J. on 'It were seared light refreshments Binghamton, New York;} State League. ; elsewhere, the amounts were I
generally Inadequate. Local 1-
I I during the Intel missions. marketsare
Arnow Gainesville; Enoch B.iI kip, I Joe feCarthT. Columbia, S. C.; Hick

London Dec j.-A dispatch to I the per Bartow; Newell B. Hull SUfke. Many of the .figures and dances In lU&D..ud manager Dan Groves. lettuce fairly, and well other supplied with celery, Older residents{ of Dade county and '

: Japanese legation from Tokia dated fJ"y dulled were especially pretty, hut none Another very pretty game ot basket succulent products. especially those residing la the northern
;
t; today says that the naval staff at ort more so than the maypole dance, the ball fras played at the ''armory Saturday JJ rt1oa.// at aad near Hob Sound,.

Arthur reports the Russian battleship IGE ONE FOOTTUIGK B, pole being exquisitely decorated with night between the soldiers and ,. SHE WILL fAGE will remember a cold-blooded: murder

Falada was set on fire last night and varigated ribboi> and roses. the doards. The soldiers were victorious which was committed tier oa or

that she now lies heeled with her Mr. Von M.r, the photo rapiier, After the game 'the usual Sat. about March, i 24, 1901; la which oa* .

atcra sunk. | IN RIV i want] present and succeeded In getting urday night dance took :place and was THE GRAND JURYMRS. Bob Hill colored, shot and Instantly

Eeven shots hit 'the Clfflak. The f a good I flashlight t view of tho merry much enjoyed by those reseut. Rue killed Win Allen, also colored.

ender Bayan took ore at 11:10 o'clock --..:.. t1oI1t participants; as I I the dance was executed sell's,Cornet Band furnished, the mu. The difficulty occurred at sight' overa

, ,last night and yeas still blaxlag this ,.. The j j sic. gambling|game. and after committing -

morning.. I 'I| NOT OF NATURAL FORMAL" N. Biscayne"' Orchestra furnished Mr: and Mrs. Walter I Light bournereturned the crime Hill made ate escape

Th traasportPAmnr was hit four- HOWEVER. BUT GOT THERE: *,*: the jmuste for the' occasion, and It Is from their wedding tour Mon, CHADWICK WAIVES PRELIMINARY and was sot heard. of by 1M aherUT

teea times and|sank. Many shots A WAGON BEING BACKED OVERBOARD appropriate to say that never were day. They will begin i| housekeeping EXAMINATION AND WILL or his deputies situ about two weeks

OSred by the Japanese greatly damagedstorehouses THIS MORNING. the !performers I in better condition or In tntir elegant home Just completedon GO TO CLEVELAND FOR TRIAL- ago when be, was located la Bradford

c Ile: and other buildings } did they, ever render" "better music this, Division rtreetMrJaad I, IS CAREFULLY GUARDED. county. Satisfying themselves" that

"".&.ear Peyn.Mountain'" and the arsenal.zl .,. pt feature, lending "materially to the evenIng's Mrs., Walter Curry are the they were on the right track tad had

.... t, pleasure., happy parents of a beautiful baby girl t the right min located the warrant for
JAPANESE FORCED ] rid The floor was in charge ot Miss '
Hill's !
There was ice In the Miami 1 who arrived Sunday. arrest was sat Constable R. R.
TO.RETIRE POSITION ? \ Ethel Clancey, while Misses ,Annie New York Dee. Discouraged by Richards, of that to be served.
county
off the railroad wharf this ; 1 The Tampa team have played two
muminjp .a May Robinson and BillieBoyb : the failure of her lawyers to get hall
Elchelberger,
.' I This was a week or more[ago and
gamed advent
Near headquarters Japanese army; condition and fact very rarely oc&r- composed"'the reception commit. since their to he( city for her Mrs. Cassle )I. Chadwick decided nothing heard from '
was It until
this
at Port Arthur, *. ..-On the night ring in this city and section. Besides, tee, land well and creditably Aid they and the: famous Key Welt team Is not to.waive examination and to direct morning when Sheriff Frohock received
, November 2C'" the Japanese estjabliahed ,I \In It ,Saturday the \:acting team won to Cleveland to face the
of the Ice was more than a foot tbtk fill and execute,their duties. I charges. a letter (cram Mr. RIfhardi retvra-
lhe by a score of 9 to 0. Sunday a picked
Infantry Benches Inside and floated down stream towards )Me> The german bras led by Miss ,Eme against her. r lug him the warrant with the fo'Iowlng

?parapets, Inside; |Two Rlhlung and mouth of the river in blocks of Lio Weljih and )Ir.I'', John C. Gramllng. Cuban: team fought thej visitors with This places her case directly before explanation I substance

"North Koshkuan fronts but on nearlyjthe same result. The score was the grand jury in that The
t hundred pounds each. j I while among the other participantswere ; city. warden "I herewith
return
compelled retire id Welsh 5 to 0 In favor of the Tafflpas. The visiting of the tombs U special you warrant for
following day wee caused tt Miss with Mr. Gram takng care '
This conditions was not ,,: ?, team the arrest of Bob Hill'as: he Is dead.
,.moats and since".then there has been climatical changes although last nlg it Miss Clancy r with Mr. Sackett; Is composed (of professional that Mrs. Chadwick does not do herself I went to him. when he got bad
ling who belong to well known northern arrest
practically no fighting; along the]inline was rather sharper than usual, aid Eichelberger with Mr. J. H., bodily harm by placing a special and I hat to kill him. Am sorry fort

\ of the eastern t ridge,of the fO'1 s. forced the reminder and thought bt Cheatham; Jilssj Worley with :Mr.! Mc- teams: Perhaps this explains the easy watch near her celL I '10.00 in
the : : defeat of the much feared Reds. spent sending a spotter, to
, .-"IH i'main strength of. Japanese what the condinbnTlnust be furiuinorth Anti 'e; SlUs Barns with Mr. Harris; locate him."!
y concentrated capture The Supreme Court has rendered its P. A O. S S. SCHEDULE
ftroops having to where the ice king holds. swat, Mlss[ Xlmanles (with Mr. Culberson; Hill bore jthe
J03 Meter Hill. the battleship Pobrleda with I I decision !n-the case of {!Weitu* et aL FO RHOLIDAYS. reputation of being a
Miss
but was due to a two-muled vehlcje Miss:! Mallon Mr. Mallon; lad negro, though Mr. Richard
, end
keeled over In the harbor and is nowFbaroing containing two tons of Ice from tita Dorothy I Mallon,'I with. Mr. LaSalle; "Margaret Bulnier. for paUHIon of -
gives no of the
and property. The tract in question is a Special 1 Rates to and From All Points manner la
j' The battleship Retvtzan thi Boyd and Mr. Howard j
local factory being dumped Into ) Miss Billie : which he aced bad and had to be kitt
Pollens hav been sunk, valuable piece of land on the corner of Reached by This Line.
the tnrretshlp ,
". river, wagon, mules Ice and drlf'Fartlcipatlng j Mlsa, ;' Rosebud Boyd 11.- and Mr. .Shine; Petronla Duval ed, It Is presumed that the negro
and the armoret'cruiser Bayanbeen ta : in the bath. Mrs. Maxwell and Mr. Eric Hall: Miss ani< Itrel/ts./ Margaret showed
I Uulmer has bad of the For the benefit of Christmas fight and would have killed:
beached byfhe Russians seriously smaCk poaeesdlon property Holiday
The ice was consigned to the Culver and Mr.IIXlm.Dlel|| : Mho Robinson the had be
i for about ''years but travel the P.'& O. S. officer not been too quick
damaged. I Iz thirty-six! by ; S. Co. bye announced
I. Heron, and while attempting to bab C with Mr. ,i Gomph: Mis Hahn for him and:got In his shot first '
of'the' the decision of the Supreme Court the following round-trip rates
The other rettels, ,!: Busman the wagon up close to the edgo of with! Mr. Eugene Romfh; Miss Willie :
.. : she will receive but one-tenth and the I from all points reached by vessels of -
,Fleet are making:: no effort to escape, dock the driver reined In too cli Hahn with Mr. Keller; Miss Da Camp ILLINOIS CHILD LABOR

,,and they will all .likely.. be" destroyed.l'' I with the above remits. Mr. J. with' Mr. Ed. Romfh; Miss Elite Davis 'Weltus heirs will receive six-tenths! that line: -

JAPANESE'COM'MISSION i Raulerson and brother acing the sftij-r with Mr. Oilman; Miss Torbert with of the property. : From Port Tampa to Key West tickets j TO BE ENFORCED.

atlon and realizing that the aalmil ij Mr. Wright; Miss Fuller with Mr. Mr. Sidney Ball arrived Saturday on sale December 130 15, IS. 20.'22. II I I--
TRANSACT STEAMSHIP from Cuba to visit relatives. Mr. Ball Chicago iDee. Bcgiaalng neat
e must drown unless rescued at onc Demons. 1 25. 21, and 29, and good to return Jan-
Isa native of Key Westj but for several nary 7, 1905; first class. $12. Monday the child labor law will go
. San Dee.Newl' has and assisted by some of the ..maek'erew. passage -
i' ,1Rraact.coE; ROJESTVENSKVS LATESTEXPLANATION years has resided In Cuba. 35; second class 500. Into effect throughout j Illinois Th.
jut; been received..here that the J p.ueae went overboard and succeeded The fold wing Is the [report of the : law will be !rigidly enforced la all of
American baa been x m- I b"cutting loose the harness from theni i i : OF INCIDENT From Port Tampa, to Havana on the
liner' Immigration\ inspector of this port for the coal: mines of the State,'and shier
, : the Japanese Government after which they were swam arorina same dates a fare of 124.85. first class
mended by the month of Novf'mberl# Holland. 1 the law no boy under IS of
aDd will be !in commission as I an to the shore In the rear of the Drag| H* How the, Baltic'Fleet Fired ] ; and $12.50 second class Is charged. years tyewill -
, place]; Denmark 1; France, 2I; Germany 5: be permitted to work la the mlao.
: Produce Co. warehouse and gotten oaf. iell. On Its Own Ships. From Miami to Key West sailing
: auxiliary cruller 1 102 2 the enforcement of the law ..
f;: bti'the Norway ; Spain ;) England ; By It
' She U scheduled to leave Tokahoma The body of the wagon floated December 15. 18. 22. 25 and 29th. good
aid Turkey, 1; Canada 2; Cuba, 220; Ba.h.m..53 estimated that more than .2,100 boys- ,
and result wheels and running gear'sank. l official to return Saturday, January 7 lintda..UO.
this 8.
today for, port, as a St Petersburg, Dec. -An ; United States. 233. making ; will be taken out of this. kind of eat--
there, will be'DO i'es eJ from ibis) ne i at 10 o'clock had not been gotten oji" { state ment issued from naval' headquarters a total of C23. The following were and second class. $4.5. ptoymeaL I i

.seat from here for the Orient.Janni ry of the water. The Ice floated a54: lives Vice Admiral RoJeSTcnsky-fl debarred: Spain contract laborer 2; On same dates good to return Friday. ,

, 3. as scheduled.INACTIVITY I made down stream with the curve: left account of the Dogger Bank af- Cuba contract laborer. 1; Cuba pub January C, from Havana the first class DROWNED [ TRYING
but the crew of the smack and othi how the BalLfleet fare la fixed at $o.eo and second classat
nd explains:
lic charge, 1; Cuba leper, I. In all { TO SAVE OTHERS
.
IN t tPOR1ARTHUR I In boats. secured the blocks and ted r< The statementfair ; $12.00.
WEST fired on its own I ships. five were debarred. j j-
them back to the schooner whe
HARBOR Ja as follows: Key West to Havana, sailing December ,
" Now that the winter sjmon Is aboutto 'Dec.
London !9.-Seven fishermen -
Toldo. Deo. '. -The obaerya they were hoisted aboard with bloxdt t cording to: supplementary Info>r.Fatl commence KeyVca( !a becoming 14, 15. 1C, 18, 19. 21. 22, 25, 25. 26, were drowned today In an attempt to-
'
tion by the Japanese commanders from and tackle. t.: from Vice Admiral'Rojestveniky 2S and 29 fare
: n lively. The number; of jtourlsts daily SI2.50 first cUss and :assist the Norwegian steamer:.CaogUaw
: Fort Arthur shows' inactivity In thee The Incident was amusing to a nunJ- r which la wrecked rocks near
t harbor, or in visible port tonsIl fthe ber of spectators, and outside of Injury >f Oitober ZI, after the Knlai Souva- the ": inra. sp"-5! PTTibcr 15. 17. 20. 22,I
boat with
streets are thronged !'. :; -1... Nor hnmbrrlnmLTnAJNS
cast harbor [the Russians are I ot to the harness, the outfit escaped off i leased firing, two' searchlights of strangers. From Indications this will. J::1, anj ;27, nrpt! rlais stn :o5: an I s-run,'

replying to the Japanese! ,Are. unharmed. he Dmitri Donskol and Aurora end be one of the busiest years we have 'In-.s '' l'll, rkfts; g.'llo rrnn J.ia Fr.'M NORTH
1 appeared on the left of the Iron .
'enl S.Key
i had In a long time. The hotel Jefferson nary ARE STILL LATE.ThauUh .
ANOTHER RACING. TEAM LEGAL PAPERS. lad division. The Donskol showed
j | Island City and thE Cripe HotMe'' West -t'o Miami, sailing iJwu:
RETIRES FROM CONTEST Igh signals, whereupon feanng pro- I '
are all open and doing a, rushing bus! i ber 17. 20. 2L, an27, K.)01 to return
t- I j>eU from the hindmost ships of our t it isWill Expected Tonight's Trail
The following papers were filed fo, ea ness. The Jefferson and the Cripe January S. first cl'bs $;.'to, and) second'
Thus Leaving BrtT.n Out of faphtsenatartldg i_.lson should I hit our own tessels, I Arrive o- Time.
record In the clerk's office of the clr, House are unable to accommodatemore. class pasl'all'1.0.I .
Taams. ] cult court |3the r direct or py ricochet, a general,
New York. Deb. '.-Anotior team. i rtfnal to cease firing was made from : I I Havana to Miami mllinR *Dtreniborj i>.<><::,ins rates f n'., .h north last
.
ilklns and Rockowltx, withdrew Notice of proposed incorporation or' the +Uy.roft. The order was at once The many friends of Mrs. M. A. hot i I'j 19, 22. and "C. g.sal to retina Sunday ni;..ht and ttt-j "on-lss, w 're still dlajfl *-

from i the'six dayblcycle race at MadIsoa the town of Danla. 40The whole firing lasted thanflea fat who was reported critically! III two' January II, first class ,:.) 40, and on
o > weeks will be pleased to know l
ago second class 'I%50. ., tend
Garden early this I dale above Tituti isle thoosfc
Square mop- Warranty Deed-Ceo. L.Manstellar, minutes. i Communications, by
continues
lax, thus leaving but ten of the eL ;h and' wife, to Jacob Hough, for $150.00. wireless stated !that five projectilesstruck that her condition to 1m-I Havana to Key West sailing December it m <-\|".<-t.'rl that tmlh* s.train win

test, teams starting la the.coatest pf'I certain land in section 28, township, the Aurora, some ricocheting prove I 15, 16. 17. 19. 20. 22, 22, 2S. 21:. 27 Le IT on MOcdule UTO, rm the crew

adurance and speed. i, range-43- hid others hitting dIrect. Three'were The following passenger arrived on i and 29, good to return Sunday January ar.iving this morning njrteii that.
the Olivette Mrs. O. G. Crif
This team got tired of the hopeless 4Warranty i Sereaty-five millmeter, and two fortyi Monday: 8. first class $%4.SO and second class the troctl ail about hea: l'Ppalre4
fjo I, Deed-W. J. Shone, as J. C. Mrs. ,
fin Bapley. Bagley. G. H.
,
grind and cave up as they Rere nearly Yes mill meter shells. The chaplainSjtjthe $1&.00. vi. ter-lay ami that thry sera schedule
; trustee, to Edwin Nelson, for $100 and Wagner Mrs. P. :MittzerDora| MltUer. .
one hundred miles. behind the leaders. Aurora was seriously,injured !. Rates for children, one-half the to cru.s It, but arr- r nrrtvlagrth
,
I other consideration, block 35, and lots 21. Crux Mrs. Crui.
:Their' retirement!*!!! have no bearing' lied k petty officer slightly wounded. MralA. Smonett.l I above rates,and through tickets between > re It wan tti-crnt>l Inadvisable to dow -
11 12 and 13 In block 24
Rhodes'plat W. J. Llgbthonrne and wife, L Mass
on the final resuU of the"nee.. j chaplain subsequently succumbed: Miami and Havana will be bon, > as the repairs hail hot then beet
New BIscayne. This deed ts made '
and wife, Jas. il. Phillips.A. E. Drou;h:
At S o'clock this morning the leading ." orel for Irastwee on the steamers of ii>:...J.It'I".I.ntl l thoy went around via
to correct an.error in above transaction. I C. J. Ladd Capt. Hanlon. J. Rou.uson. -
teams were jot. miles behind the I he foregoing statement is the first the Miami-Key West Line, connectingat Orange Citjrj Juncuoo and Sanford
,
164 boor : | standing at.tbat Mal confirmation of the fact, prc- Key West with the steamer of the back to the main line.

time was recor\I.re | Warranty deed, Marion D. L. TUft tM ugly published in these dispatches, On the OHvett bonny! for Havanawere Port T.mpa-Ke West Line allowing As It was the train due here at 9.S&i

; Root and Dorian, and wife. to S. A. Belcher for 12.500. that [during the North Sea affair fiveinills R M. Friedlaader Chas. DIetzen.R. passengers a stopover at Key Westen i o'clock last Bight I did not get In until

seven The next two lot 4. Rrvermont, wlh all riparian Hotf-nan. A. Co'any Mrs., Corny, M.R. !
1.T74 miles, laps came aboard the cruiser Aurora route. 5:55: u.CIt"ktbla j morning! and the

teams were one tap| behind them. the' riphts.Warranty. .. louring a priest who subsequently; Plant ,; -- train due here today at ,7 a. m. did not

It fit three one lap) behind them, wh Jei Deed-Fort Dallas Land httl 11|at Tangier' The last game of baseball between TENNESSEE COURT HOUSE arrive until .:30 o'clock. On account

-i three last teams had covered Co. to John Sty: 010- for 75/- lot c- the Tamra end Key West terns was BURNED THIS MORNING rf No. 29 Dot arriving harp nn,;i 5:5.1

... 11.774 mace |sour laps. block 11 G. MiamI. > 1'41 I, 'THE COTTON MARKET. ono of the closest that bksebail; enthusiasts th's mornln?, No. 7< which U the pam ,
I have bad he pleasure of wit- NafhTllle l
C 1 !ec. 9-The courthouse atJatnrstown train due to rave here C a. m.. dl i not
: Washington. Dee. 9.-The House Warranty Ik..t-Arna' M. Graf anlJas. iew<< YorkFutures opened n'f'f'in t lo a long time. !1 At the ninth this State was burned by got away UD it 8 o'rlocX' the delay l-

T. Gray tq Sallie L. Collins, for ,tfnlL December, 7CO; January 771: the 2 to 2. A tenth
adopted the < oncnrrent resolutl on inning srore was Inclndiarles at an early hour (his
.47 Irg caused! |.y !le!: en'ins hating to tift
1,1t1t the Senate to adjourn' Duceml rl $,5.i lot 5. Joynerville, in section 3. I. February. 775; March. 785: May 79S I was played red tho visitor* trade one morning and many valuable papers coaled and ph -r prcllmlnariej mad

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West.b7 CarrIer....... .... till I which is in Mexico. That part I ; reform of our divorce jaws walls of i a building I
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Staten called Calesl I appreciation of
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constructed lot his stoneare A machine shop
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m1 Printing Company.w.rrning that part ; : our large establishment to>> satisfy the
,.. I i I There Is no difficulty for a elli I II I of marriage of our,I f demand for a first class!: repair shop

; aatas .made k own OD I leave bin country without Jt.l \ mil women I* beyond ques-! t 1 for AUTOMOBILES ana 'OAS ENGINES -

.'"" I appllestloa. I i lof io.n. l ,I ] frivolous marriages, mar,.iFire Proof I and that department to In'
': spur of the moment wl1h. of skilled machinist We are
a4 !, ; I charge '
LZPBONJ.I1.: 1.593 postoll appreciation of the tem service.LOFTON.
During: the year at your
[KKTROFOU8 BCILDINQ. I and women, ; and practically: everlasting
: America were robbed:; there w jof young men I I
... CD"'CHOppaiue' Twelfth StreeC railway to the divorce court. Our After once .p there Is a*
Coast BOOM. depredations on : expense of ,, repairing or '
under-
thoroughly
should & EINIG
rural free delivery :
I' star route .
'" painting. The first cost la
December .. 1'$O4. and screen wagon uerrlce. other before they enter into i bet little more than woodwhile --. to Lofton Johnson. Opposite Post Office. Miami..na.I .
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Fri f' were >40 robberies of street an e relation and once they I I

i--- free delivery letter boxes. they should endeavor to I thePermanent! I
the streets and side Uks clean burned and 1I'f themselves to clrcum-
Keep postal ears were
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for the holiday' shoppers.. j I' !, and 560 postofQces were burn'l.i ; I Ii r should learn that much J Costconsidering !

1,397 mall punches IO'I of temper be- .
were
No heavy grist is expect ,from.the i, aged or rifled. I'1):!| !' and wife can be smoothed I J i repairing ..- Keller & Miller

Congressional III Bin this winter.- -- I they will subordinate their pairing. Is mock less than I
of the posltpaat their better natures. to
The
report I wood. TheanpeanBea| (
A New fork court has de sided thai eral for the fiscal tear ending many unhappy marriage, much: superior to other I Dealers in

a sandwich Is not a meat psually 1)Is ) shows some interesting tact '; but nine cases oat of ten I materials ae the

of pobtofflces I :to the divorce dockets can i
xnercly a symptom. to the Increase iE
a 1 i receipts and expenditures of I I I if the spirit of compromise I Architectural !Possihl ties' are Ii k4Ov
each III.Ie. If couples knew &
Like the uttle boy who eai too much panmenu The report showsurea ter ,
plum pudding Mrs. Chadwlck probablyregrets of the three items meatk I I I.could not be so easily sepa Onlimited. and
,t war' such a since 1i9%. In tb e would be leas rushing to the I G-a-rY'te.
that there ever I each ten years : I We caw stove to any I II
of I I
/::40tlar.'aDd that the borrowing there were 195 postofflcea in Ail incidentally less washing
... thing as size. We i have tamed '
.! I and f' before the public. .
game jwas ever atarted.'I" the receipts $G7.I3.00 One hued would have fewer divorces columns and p1&DecllDOIIJd. I ___ I -.. -
(urea $34,53000. '
Ings ; ,
Over seven( million. lurk.-' sere I afterwards, or in 1S9!. there ; marriages we must dh'orceI have Broken stone for Rabbi.Wails Fish are kept in traps-Killed after Order is
I i laws against
.alaoghtereil in thin,couutr r TaanLs- 119 offices with a total receptg ngeut cruIbe4": ruck for I I

giving Day! and yet uianr ..a.u.an.1! 930.475X and expenditures i I appreciation of the and sa- Sidewalks, an? A No. 1 received |

never had'a bite. I 9SO,840.AO or a deficit of $6.058 I rf the marriage relation Lime always OB hand.Qnarry : I II
The first will go
For the year ending June 30, ( I
posi { toward bringing aixiut the !' I Orders taken daily-Prompt attention, to
71,131
"A Deter worn: n who s riwl all a : there are reported I i L
been i rtc judge of election{ has Phone Orders -
.. a Anti yet $112UC2.11C.70: with a a I L .I-
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Joggling the vast with pajoritr The of returns.peraoi"F K i intend I $8,779.492.36.! In the past lw I !! I M. Rlckards and wife, of i iICron I '
were guests at the Palms
'tIIat women are not competent to engage I the number of postoffices 11 : Many questions were asked eri Corner of Second Street and Boulevard.
In creased from 75,925 to 71.131 j(
I. crease being due to the I I about the Japane colony i 1 _
f l der their supenlalon at Boca I II :
The JacluoovUle Metropolis promises of offices superceded by rural hite ..
had to was h -- --
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Its readers a Christmas edition livery. In but tour of the t --- r r---

Batnrdarjl December 17. that .UI be periods since 1792 have there !'I I | favorable. thinks to the that newcomers.they are TUCKER & IGREEN: ,
kind expenditures of
about thef biggest thing ojT the balance over
Industrious fellows he has
attempted by a norida ., "..paper partment the others t I
ever I an:4 all that they do is done Meat Retailers,
to that of Co.
The Metrepelie uoally deep/, things up. cits from 7601.00 I and Illte11I Du". They ,
ft wans. I last mentioned. lr ,.
when
la the prpper" shape year i iI F beds;
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t -'- busy getting FLORIDA AND WESTERN MATS POULTRY. EOO AND YXQXTABUS.Corner : .
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enthusiastic over
Did die Metropolis catch yimr eye I The late Loots ifs Moulin. and are made. t PLOIIDL Avenue D and Third streets Waal. Florida.I .
used to writ II they have already MIAMI I
7ente dye It was nothing:Ip. extra from proUflc novelist' Bun. I 1

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,. : jl:HE PUBLIC IN GENERAL IS RAPIDLY-TAKING* I! UP THESE i iI MAGNIFh Jl ..... i WERE PURCHASED TWO YEARS AGO AT $100. TO-DAY I THEY ARE!

FEW SHORT MONTHS Jl .... : DO YOU KNOW OF ANY
ENT .BARGAINS AND WHY NOT ONfcY A I BEING SOLD AT FROM $1,030 TO S3.000!
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THOSE WHO HO tPROPERTY DEED TO .THE BEST LOT
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DLY SETTLING SECTION WOULD TIME OF RECEIPT OF YOUR LETTER.
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OR 100 PER ...o THE ONLY
1 A i ml I I! A LOT. THIS PROPERT'r) IS WITHIN
OPPORTUNITY. J!> CAN BE BOUGHT FOR J75.CO
# OULD MOVE MOUNTAINS. .WE Of ?ER yOU AN MIAMI. AND IS ONE OF THE BEST PROFITABLE
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10 INVEST YOUR SAYINGS LOTS RE SELLING N.OW FROM $300 INVESTMENTS WE HAVE. I'
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HISK BROOMS tV with AIR BRUSHES. In magnificent LMOND DISHES, In be. [in Solid Silver MBLEM PINS and Watch IN4&-. We 'like to talk

Silver (( Handles, fro:[ designs' a special selection tiful floral patterns, appropriate Charms for all secret or about our assortment of

W very latest fad..We H for Holiday ,Presents A out doubt the pretiest [Present: and E de.... .In plain solid gold, R Rlija Would you like to
.'to !jI'I'I ', sortment ever exhibited! know why Come and sea
assortment, from ranging in price from 1 cost a tri- and set with diamonds I
a large .
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Miami' I .3 00 each or $18 We have them from $UII
$1.50 t $340 to $10.00. set. .0o up $1.00 to $500.00.
$5.00.1' a up to :$750.00
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. Palm }Beach Department '!, auguratlon Ik-comber until!f.-The now.disarrangement Is unbroken. _of I 1 '

|'the schedule of tie F. E. C. Railwayi

J i i Ins out of tbj i late v reek caused .
West Palm Beach, Fla, llE>c. 7. utilities. No new franchise in desired,J! much confusion Iri the transit of malls

There wa a full faceting of the c tycouncil only the subrogation of the new organization and interruption bf travel. The foregoing al Estat.e'
In regular session Tuesday to the rights and privileges oj: notes thoul.l have reached your
night President Baker In the chair.The the old. This important matter w a5. office Iwt'nt\follrhours,: ago; and trar-
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ODe terminating tat or near twelre fer .lth'all of the parties concerne here on their I journe It Is

o'clock. Other than a routine business, and report at the next regular meeting a'gratifying' fact: that no lives were i I Is

,and even that exposed some intricate While preferring more prompt action lout and no Injury done that .money
question, the assessment roll, 'which, Mr. Anthony acquiesced In the plat 1 cannot repair. Trains are now run a Money Making
like the ghost of. Banquo, will riot proposed, notwithstanding the delay :
II: I departures
down, occupied ai; protracted dlscusslon anti probable expense entailed.It ,3 .
the result or which was "confn- was resolved to place twenty i%! The announced'abandonment by Mr.
I "'clan morse confounded. The subjcst candescent i'ghts of thirty-two candlepower IL L. Brown of {the management of tmen.t of Certain ; Prqfit'I

,permission bating'been granted blest In addition to the arc lIiDM the Tropical Sun, and departure fora ,
.Introduced by \\". L Metcalf. E qr., now In operation at expenditure new field of labor, occasions less surprise
who.read a list of Jaiscrepancles l : which $00.00 per annum. The lire light a6'4 than regret In this community. I ;

lie had taken frotn,the tax book at water committee reported a plan ii During the years bf his residence: here i

Miami, between the \alntlons 'of per- location of the additional, lights, Wlf a both as a citizen'' and newspaper man
'sonal property) of-the IT city assessment the exception of one, which was ad he has won the confidence and esteemof "'

roll, and the Stat and county tax roll. ed by the council. The location of! the people whose best wishes will -
-These dJ crePIIDflea. as the writer single light was left with the corn : attend him in his new field of labor. H

; caught from the reading, were: mainlyto tee, which was directed to proceedonce It Is not doubted that his success I -
the detriment tit the municipal tax Installation of the ad :,I I '
with the f,, there will\ be no[less marked than It
'j p rer. The grarkmen of the dJ cla- Uonal lights. has been here. Mr.t Kendall who takes .

,. aloe, la the minds tithe council The special committee Intrust the helm as the successor it J JEtblr.

;seemed. to be the ifeco twenty- with the preparation and f Brown, Is both able and experienced, We have some bargains that will '
fire dollars, Into. .the payment of execution
the bonds of the bond and no apprehension is felt that the
which they had been hoo-dooed, havinG Mr. M. B Totter, the chairman, Tropical Sun under his management, please you Houses, rooms and

once before teen refused to pal It-for ported the execution of two of tlk will, fall below the high!; standard It
a ,roll which It was the duty of the r bonds of the trustees, to-wlt.: has ,heretofore maintained., Con grat- j apartments, furnished or unfurn*
city assessor to furnish without charge Potter end C. C. ChllllnsHThese Cilfi.W. ulatlons are in order for both gentlemen ,

beyond his fixed salary. The qiestlon bonds were accepted., whose deserts the public are as- ishe J we will save money for
.of the rights of tie tax payer and relief I
W&8-.m;
Zapf the third bond trustee surell.11I !:'wwYith, their upiiorliini-.
from the wrong that had been done his bon$ I will make for .
sent, in Miami and although Llt's'l you we money you.I
aim seemed to be bf secondary Importance
men were satisfactory, In the The grading of Narcissus street, I
; because, It &may be, n* relief i '
rf 'It. absel Special Commissions
a Specialty
of the signature from Clematis avenue to its northernterminus I
I seemed possible. Thecitj attorney was
was deemed inadvisable to has been completed, nnd today -
present and durlpg the discussion bond of Mr. Zapf. On his return frc1 Engineer' Sheen Is running the I Entire charge taken of ESTATES .

., -many'Questions were shored at him as Miami his bond will be formally levels of Clematis avenue. Arrangements : I
to corporate' pow|t. personal redress! ecuted. In the meantime It was have lx>en!made for.a constant
and criminal liability\ all of which he 11 i I
dered that -arrant for street par supply of material the'$rogress of the _.
10 Adroitly slid downjon the. calendar for be drawn on the bond trustees. i paving Is expected will;;be nnlnterrupt- I.
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future Inve tJpt1OD. outcome The second annual meeting of 1111 hereafter. : .
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". ..-,, 'though, tha| the present clerk South East Coast Conference of JI, er I $:
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?' and assessor) shouldgo to Miami and I Congregational Churches will be 'I Jim Aleson alias "Stuttering JIm
from the st te:and county tax a county convict, whii'waa sent up
r copy at Sebastian December 7, 8. and 31.
books exhibit (as to city here for treatment for!visual defects,
a comple 1904. The buace! committee % fJ l
property) of they contents?:" and the having had an eye removed, "skipped"
consist of Rer. F.V. Wealherwjp
finance commltteewas directe-1 to t, In.tenlew last night and Is now at large. He took
: (pastor of the Congregational Chu J '
with him a few things not his own.
; the form city assessor rela of this city), )f. E. Hall, Esqr., sbU i .
tire to the twentytfire r. dollars paid for' Rev. P. R. Danley. The ordination W-! Two hobos Uhltel were sentencedthis I .

salt. Is asserted, worthless.,; tax roll mon will be! preached by Rev F. f.Weatherwax. .1 morning by: i|Justice I'rannlng to
council Is i not pay' a fine of $J.00 each, and costs,
It. 1* evident that the f
t. or serve the county tOt thirty days. Allister-Beick
': Inclined to, blaa! ex-Assessor Lopes The meeting Tuesuay evening it 0"I
for the tangle which environs the city the Jte'Jxxlls; Church,.announced 'y Mr. J. 8. Tlmberlake, proprietor of

revenue department., But they assert the pastor Sunday night,.was la tT the Hibiscus Hotel, and family arrived I \I ,
.with unanimity that somebody Is to attended. The occasion war on pf i last night,i; and will open that 320 One-Half 12th
Street
Miami Florida
to blame. and the burning question much interest It being the evo ot : poular winter resort at au early day. ;

: with them now i Is? "Who struck Billy departure of Dr. Her, the pastor,lie ,I Mr. F. N. Funk. a popular citizen .

.: Patterson | .' the conference at Orlando. The and a successful, truck And pineapple i

., Mr. J. R. Antki y. Jr representinga lowing financial report of they.e i's grower of Boynton, visited the city to- J. retl tropic d zutJ:. where you will lied summer weather ia winter.time
syndicate of which be 1* a member, operations was submitted and 1 day; I _
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stated to tho council their desire to Methodist Church Money Raised 1JKJ4. Former Queen'' Lilnokalanl, of Hawaii
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purchase the telephone' franchise and For Property, about.........II o will spend 'I the winter In Washington I ,
system now existing In this city and For Education, about.......,.. .1.! as has .been her custom for -- -- --- -- --
to establish aa up-to-date plant colD-' For Ministry and Mission. ,.. 1,1'" 0Ci some years past violated these persons had to secure passage a lance one. !Iliad a license to tarry aerring.
.. .prehenaiTe In extent and perfect;,'. In .:L.tt t.. << Instances. on the rensel. The steamer ...1I1t'1I1. The steamer'was to bar departed
operation- "; provided the council would From All Sources, abomt.... 1.7M.M The steamer Gussle, which leached the vessel certain number, but this number was from jPmsacola on the return
by resolution or otherwise v. -assure Jt&e I Dr. lice goes to the conference f 1th this port yesterday from Tampa baring acota more exceeded. Another charge la that two trip to Tampa, but tx-fore her departure
-new-syndicate that It wffl be encouraged sheets perfectly balanced, and $;li 'ion board a portion of the shows e allows of the-offlcers pf the steamer did not she wait seized by: the custom ofOdalsaadUnowaeUatBayteastrM- _

r-', and protected la the rights and aid to be the fact that la this respect for the fail festlral. Is la charge of carries have the papers qualifying hint to *.'
privileges usually; extended to inch' the record of the church from It ln- the 'United States custom officials It, of course act la the capacity la which they were wharf. Pennacola; Journal. '
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4'YJ their 1 ands Instantly v.: ,i-bk in ese a better ih'eSlme 2 !i oTers s: .I fT Gil:

Our !Savings, DepartnnInterfst nt meets this! want by paying F cent,, ;.; .,...
I'b compounded semi-annuxl'y, and by permitting! Jeff rawals ; 4
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.fp We are able to oiTer the l-st mentioned irducement by rcfton of a Capital stock ._. .
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\\froin our point oj den.. !Ii! soM it lot o/ Toys )Dolls mid ffoli-
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i XT PORT ARTHUR.i I gle now la to capture\I II >> the beleaguers to arrive from New York The vessel r '
The
i i 1' many costly residence, splendid
I before the Baltic fleet arrives.
garrison came down on the outside from Bein- and substantial
I siege of 203 Meter Hill was b.- It U a desperate contest amt deal fort. N. C.. and encountered considerable well business blocks
Christnids Gifts of jiality gun Sept :o, when three Japaneseregiments holds the bafaneF.HUNTSVILLE I. rough weather and a report was' feet'I sewerage pared streets: electric food lights water sinning, pen
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were. sent against It, but after that she had gone to the bottom and I contented and '
I ALA, prosperous face an
heroic efforts were repulsed leaving all on board
I were drowned. The Roberta attest the growth. grandeur'
and
1 f iBcaatlfol Kcacmbraaces. ask as' Good Tasjf, Dictates 2.00odead|,I behind them. Since then INVITES j ROOSEVELT. lies at the Conrad wharf.Daytona ,. spirit that preralls In Miami pro
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Huntsville Ala.. Dec. !>.-The Chamber day and rear out.
iron been Itel.dllJ' maintained. A few days j
Hare' on plir/J18 out of common dtsig s art It was announced that the Japs of Commerce HunUvllle ha --
trotters in gold and silver who hare lejKthe impress had ago achieved "complete occupation"of Invited President Roosevelt to nail
still ,/lialstal1ds for real JtteiH. Gifts ofexquisite thU city on hit Southern trip.
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It. The question la. can they hold It? I !
cut glass., silrenrare the Mest'design.' I If they can they have a great advantage f
: Little Hiss Mldgett Prout of this NowlsThelImeTo
Me. I with a considerable part of Port
be put to practical city has just received a prl.se from
Gifts (o !
Arthur In clear range. But the Russian
!:, Bpalltil the manufacturers of RaUton'e foods
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the Home .
i for i I fort are go aranged that each can
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I'Gifts wLue
I' : iur lie! iJeinou &"i."j uue.i tiiei
I be-subjected to a concentrated,line of
baskets the cfeatent distance fron ,i
MAYNARD ANDJfSONJewelers fire from others, and It Is therefore
: 'exceedingly their exhibit roOm at the St. l Loins
dlMcult to hold one after Fair. | Get a Baby Carriage
It Is captured. An oMcer of the Frenchgeneral II
One door.l urth ( mPost OfficeYbungs'
Staff thinks the besiegers are I -
\ just getting to their heavy work: 'Be OLDEST BICYCLE! HOUSE IN MIAMI
ijn fore the Japanese can get into Port Arthur i !
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: r- r their will ham to deb troy the second Coaster Brake fut In ........ $5,CM' Styles
lint' farts which \\'lIItltke thema 'New rims .... t. .... ...... .. 1.2: i
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certain time and when they ha'edone One set new berls 4.7f
this they will themselves come Hartford No. '77J j Tire. ........ 3.2s Automobile; gear, cushion j
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under the Ore of the three re loubts. Hartford No. SOI Tires :I.if ,
Until they} have silenced, the Ire of Hartford No. 77H- Tires .. .... 3.1: tires comfortable for baby.
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these three redoubts they will: not be Fifty-cent ,
masters Port Arthur. And to silence '%.00 Pump. ..j. .... .. .... 1.7 1 i,
complete selected stock. We b in pf ,
and our,iruga I Gives
A carefully him cheerful
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small quantie and(/Oftt'n. so we can always bay Ol em I fmt" and I It they rill have to carry on "> regular Brown H. Saddles t ;
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.... rfuatomeragetthebenefit of tbift and are,fgf ay*Mtisfied siege under very difficult conditions, everything In our line Is fresh ,t _,
I 'b ': I for the redoubts arc constructed In the from the f.etar)4! .W, solicit the home and a
I tOt t &tttt $Ancv Prints iib i solid rock, and the troops defending people te trade [with people wits live you peace- ;
them will be all' under groun.l Furtherlowing I here the year round. ful
; from his
; S4nt; rest lamentations
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M.. : I,!doubts pith regard to the sea rappingwill Opposite Postofflce. -- -- I .
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at the'soda fountain. Special cream and it. Saturday be 'out of the question as the
ti afternoons and ereninjr. We want your IIbi' ge and wifalwata'endearor (water would{ get Into the tren"-.r.. .. The beautiful and fast sallta yacht The Doctor Says:
to that get the in :oar line
are yon \ I The redoubts are well provisioned andt Roberta arrived(! In port from Provo : never run when you can walk, never
'i I iii l-- will be very difficult to starve them dence. R. Ion (Sunday of la-t week
.PenMdAttC tja Aars S. Tow /ss4 of t'd Olka' out.- The Japanese a.srelt..y. tft ie I bound for Fort j i Myers. The stay at j' walk wren you can stand, never stand
ivapcesaivtio.s' W..1 E YOUNG -; :: PROP. J almost' impregnable. forts have been I Daytona WM enforced, the reversing I 111111 if you can sit,![neversit when you can
-p .1 B& .f more than 'heroic." The defense has I gear having been broken and Capt. i i lie down; follow them and be well.))
been not less determined Tho atrug- rates U waiting for necessary fixtures
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-II>. -'lr 1-- :. !chairs, they will fit you
i- just right. Nice rockers from 1.75 to

10.00. Dining chairs, 1.00 The
{ biggest values on the East Coast.

$pring Gki'ens T Year Around -Only 4.50 I (!rt a chair" .. and. l hfl'prf''t.- --- -. -.


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rungIi f this', line Our goods W. M. BurdineIS
wls. Along .) we can say: area

\'aysSprmg C lckcns. No "old hens" here.
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NOW DISPLAYING A NICE.LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS

.:, ; OUR NEW; SPRING LINE IN CONSISTING OF CELLULOID.AND' FLUSH ALBUMS TOILET c''

I ANDMANICURE SETS CUFF! .COLLAR AND% WORK

} BOXES. STATUARY. PICTURES BOOKS IN GREAT VARI
masNeckwearEnglish
'. : ETY-ALL THE LATE POPULAR :NOVELS SOME OF THE j

,1 STANDARD AUTHORS. FOR TBc,, WHICH HERETOFORESOLD

i l i I j Kir-in-hands Bat Wings, Ascots 1 : I FOR $L53; CHILDREN'S >ICTURE| BOOKS SUITABLEOF f

1 S [ ares, etc. Prices twenty-five cents to sp.oo. BOYS AND GIRLS. "GEMSTHOUGHTS" OF POETRY" AND -BRIGHT
I IN WHITE MOR:CCO AND GILT SUITABLE
f I,1\ j i -- FOR YOUNG LADIES AND. N i TLEMEN' PRICE. ONLY

50c. A COPY. MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE
Chris ; AND USEFUL
mss Hosiery ARTICLES. WE PLACE THESfe ARTICLES FORWARD FOR

| XMAS TRADE. BUT DON'T FORGET: THAT OUR TAILOR-
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I I Tnli ill the new swell effects. Lisle Threads. mercerized MADE SUITS. NICE LAWN AND! SILK SHIRT-WAISTS OR i

: silk and other weaves. Price 25c to 52 aj pair DRESS PATTERNS WILL\ MAK ;:JUST AS .SUITABLE'A

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I I' l 1300 Avenue D ifjar. ._ I 12th Street. ::::;: O. (x>site First Rational }Bank.I .
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)Ir. N.,E. Talcotl, who hastbn. / : .

DAILY'' MIAMI. METROPOLIS.MAIL nected with the engineering force.of( ONE CENT A AUnder WORn :
.- i the F. E. C. Ry. under ChlefJ.. C.->
BCHSDCLS.,. ditb. has resigned his position t and;last I .
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-- t night left for his home at Bon Alit V<.. i NEWS FROM TOY ) ND !
North .
,Arrive from the too in: *. I If; this heading all 'local advertisements .

1:11 i. s .: Mrs J. <\. Wright. and baby Wudj ; will |be Inserted at the I ;
j Miss Clara' Lane will leave 114fJ.heI uniform price of j one cent a word for
CtoM for the North- I each insertion, no advertisement to
morning to visit friends atjWest D4 r.
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1:11 a a. I Palm Beach, and Santo rd. .bd be less than 15 Ants. / I O'

1:11 p. a. I ,I i will spend some time with Mr. I This week Santa Claus is showing 2

Friday December 9. 1904.1 at Tltusville before returnln.. ,Horse For gale I 211 Seoond street '. .
1Wilt
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.- i Dolls In great profusion at our
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K. B. Wu.U, u"town .S.CSK, ; C :sill i: -...c. W"tLq .woo .......1 v",.i.ii ;:; uuy u h- Houat Tue.i .- ''J

'-- on business. I.. j was towed over to the ,. i i store did the 'I 4.
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afternoon
yesterday by
:'of am i termllall a:.:.:_ .. ,
Piano qna0ty-j-8telnway tar for the purpose of Headquarter fancy groceries fruiuif,1 I .
Emerson, represented by Bush ft Sal a new seven ton chisel, ;at Wilson A .flY.'.. 7 Doll pening"

ford Piano Co.' f I 1.1.I ,
from the north a few days ago. : fishing launch for rent by day ,;
dredge will return to the other .it ..tight Inquire,! of McDonald's Bicycle <
of | Jacksonville, to \
E. J. Burns, I
and resume her operations either; Shop. tit T e little boys and girls will bei happy to know that good old Santa ;
the city todtgon
among the T1sltorlJ1Jn j i afternoon or tomorrow morning.or I ---.-- Claus I' made his home with u. from now until. Xmas .ve. sad he !has ;

business and pleasure..: I Two nicely furnished rooms for rent. broulI t hundreds of dolls with him.for cute little children. H. hu drttee. .

Mr. and Mrs W. '.V. Lon$. promlnei.ifeople .t I COl.'UTESys1[ Excellent location Address W. S.I ed dots and undressed dolts: big and little dolls: white and black doll. .

4.Washington. D. Ca.. I I I'ROMITJfES care Metropolis., I I 'j You s I oilid lee the cute little baby dolls he has and the b'lI. Uoot doll, in 1.

the recent arrivals In the ci1 I, I AND CAREPt'L ATTENTION S&e-m her fapey party' dre.. Old Banta has semi nice things for the boys, too. .i
among ;
TO THE WANTS 0 Oyster n House
: and gusts st the Blwayne. I OUR CUSTOMERS aqnd&1.j Tool 4csts and drums. and nice little furniture for doll houses.Came I
: ARKg to our stop and bung your parents and parents bring your children. :
_. SOME OK THE FEATURESOF A limited nunibtr of select
3Ure'Estelle Hansa of New Tor y, guests .W. have a scene that will dellllht the hearts or the little folk.. Wa
OUR BUSINESS POLICY will be cntertaine\ Cafe :
sister of'Mrs. R. '81 Flanaan. of tl 'j Sixth street. | tt I want them all to see the veritable fairy land with its wonderful array of ;

Ererglade'Hotel, .h1- arrived in tV The FirstlNational Bank .! Chrlatr gilts and Important to the grown folks tin the prle. 3
house rooms Watch our west show window Linday and Monday
i +city and will'tUl the position of cash: I Fl1rnl ,

.A..;; cf that- hws+e", the' coming" season.' Of M11am1 fw ,1\. ,, housekeeping apply I II 63S Twelfth I It rill help, you get onto the holiday spirit kss..t than any other way

.". I street I :
Mr. and Mrs. R.,l| Cunnock. of, K. f I I t

anston ill, were aJnong tbos art ., Mr. M. E. Jones Miami's efficlt f An experienced launch engineer

Ing this morning 1)att| belated trai :: and popular postmaster, is expect wanu position. Address J. F. J., care I

They will remain here Indefinitely' I t j..J the arrival tonight of his father, ICY Metropolis. i| BURDINE & QUARTERMAN 1
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all winter. | .
possibly M. M. Jones, and sister MUf Ms?
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Jones, from their home at Gmnvlliy,, If yon desire to j tall or rent jourproperty I '
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Mr. J. T. Brunda' or ,the- iea i I ,300 d' 302. Twelfth Street. Mieniie flodide 1
.1 Ohio. Mr. and Miss Jones will ape: list It with Hill Oautler.nai .

.Sransfer /etBrn d :f4'C'luotr( ., the winter here as the guests ofsons thet] estate and rental agents, Rauler-
; from a vUUt of a week < : ,
'morning efforts Mlai ,
building.
I and brother and if .
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snore to 8t Aun.tJni on business ac 1 I'ria I -G.
persuasions on their part prove -I
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again guest at the ,Blscayne. l j .,
a _,. rh | avail Miami will have In them To The Homesceker; We have nomehlng -

I more permanent residents. of special Interest for you. Call ,I :
The houseboat VThlm Wham hart-j; ._--- .!... Of i ir |$t 214 Avenue D. north. 1I
, aboard her owner Mf|! R V. PIp.rcJ.r I I Commodore and Mrs. F. D. Hughes r:;,!i Carroll ft Amiaon. I I t Ii

family has gone.w tower" .. bay!atJ .In their little yacht Clara, returned to"' 1 I I

keys for a few days fishing anJ recr.-I purl yesterday afternoon from a cruii ., For Rent.-For season our refill fish ; ;

las tar,-as West Palm Beach: tasting : rise, foot of Avenue D, ready for i ., ,
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!I I week or more. It was their irtentiu3'to ,luslness. Apply atj once, Miami Fish ;
schooner Llnlla amt In |ilP!'' :
The have gone as far as the Indian rivei ,
frost the Zion wrec I
terday afternoon I but as the canal at the north end of I 1toysand.
Lauderdale with another earg. For Sale. One Rood horse and
.at Fort i wa?-
I Lake Worth had filled up so they couli
of 78,000 or more fee II-jof ,lumber. and la not get through. Men. however. art ,3d at $150.00 at Mr. Shlsppys.' near !
discharging the samf on the nHckell :florth end of Avenue C.
digging out the canal, and even now I!: .
property across the river.I 1 t I a E. Blanton. ,
is probably passable to small craftu !

I .vThe schooner yaclji Edrls, tm time says the commodore. t Son rare EarWw -HID A Gander 1 ;

,; naad of Captain B. aII" and having Messrs. W H7 HarrtsTlnspector o| Seal estate and rental' amenta. Hauler I 1

, on board her owne; Mr. Houston customs of this port, and David Eche| bunding. 1 I 1 u .
Wyeth. and his guests Mesara. Ed. C. mendla purser of the steamer Mom I

I Smith. J. L. Davidson and 1. O. Barclay returned yesterday from their vacat1o i For al .-Auxiliary sloop "Swaane :' :

went down to Caesar' Creek yestfrday -. of a month or more which was spenj | model; well appointed: U feet 6oo4sAT ;

afternoon fork few dajs.flsb-, at 8t Louis and other Western and .long, light draft Inquire Miami. fish Holiday .

, ,Ing and ooting.Mr. .- | ; Northern cities. Mr. Harris has returned ,
; his duties here, while Mr. Echo r :
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and Mrs. Simeon P. O'RoUly. ofhUadelphia. mendla left yesterday on the steamer J For tale<-i l-t h. p. Lathrop gas

who bate Mrs. i)upont'sv' Martinique for Key West to Join his gngtae complete with propelle.--shaft .

cottage on Thirteenth street leased for ship. Both report having had a pleasant bnk. Magneto, etc. I Never been used. .I

;. taV:season are expeced to arrive tonight trip. J Miami Fish Co. I II I'I'

or,tomorro |Mr. and Mrs. Dr. S. G. Worley of St. Augustine// .
e 'RelD w"' spent list, winter la Miami accompanied by Messrs. L. O. H. Marl For Sale.-Cruising launch "Mari- I

; ,and acquired valuable property here tin and W. O. James of Etbcrtun GL( im." All conveniences; forty two feet 1 ;

'i hlch they.will proba ly Improve during who went to Ten Thousand Islands tong. 25 h. p. engine; speed 12 miles .

the winter. .ft.| several days ago on a marooning: trip tier hour. Inquire MIami Fish Co., foot

1 of which O. A. Worley, of this city, and venue D._ > :
Upon the request | the owner and other were members SMITHS
prominent persons For & !..-A fine sailboat racer;
, master of the large {team yacht Viking were forced by business engagements ;i"be, sold under guarantee to be ,
W.
: now at Jacksonville; Captain 'to leave the party and return elect condition. A 1 bargain for

H. McIntyre; went down to Cape Floe home. They were in the city yester (:wishing to buyj; Apply to P. c.1

ida this morning to.|take I soundingsthe day and left at night for their respective :tr" at fish house.

bar and bank there' to attcertatn homes, the remainder of the : .
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enter STORE
. If the yacht can party still being on the lower coast In : >-We have secured the artenctor the
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."The Viking dra1l'a12 M feet of water. ;, the schooner Drummer which carried !....lumbla &...Lock : typewri'er-the

and It Is feared that pier draft Is too} them there. I: st; complete and up to date machine I

r drat to admit of..hef:coming up the i i.bar. : nufactureil. an I have one on ex- I '' '
The newly organized Ore department
[. though this wll| be determined which tendered Its service to the city, bltlon In our offlre.j: Next Door to E. B. Doug'l s.1

rby examination belnij made :by I It Hill A Oautler. 'I, .
, but which was practically rejocled} hy: ;
Capt Mclntyre. | ''I. the council decided to adopt rules and ; Ranlerson i building. II I

A force of workmenai4 eng?ge-1 today 'regulations for the'governing oil' the L'' ''I
department and the election of the j I
In making the exfavatlo on Ayenne I II

E. opposite the city |pumng station Ere: chief by that body will\ meet tonight ._. ._____ ____ n_ _
I at the city ball for the purposeof ); FiftrThousahd Dollars .
for the purpose oj connecting np I A test of the law requiring he hack. llcitor and advanced a number of rea NOTICE. '
nefir Inch further perfecting their organization
''!tb the pump the Fpuneen THE VXORKING CAPITAL men to pay a license is nowcriminal m in the sons why such sh mid be done. The
by taking in new inemVia :ar will be turn -
main after which wattr attorneys asked for further time in
transacting other business I, U.ine; I court, and many per tons who
ed on and tho service jfcompleled down 1 I he First National Dank which to submit authorities bearing #
arounl In theRoyal purpose, it is said of the new organi f lore directly interested, are watchingordi A special meeting of the stockholders -
Fourteenth street an<| the
upon question and. Judge Beggs
the.proceedings with of the Tropical Home
Other]of ration to resolve the same into a social Of Miemi more t lanStallworth Improvement -
Palm Hotel grounds\ of the criminal decided
court to set
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I interest. James a Company of WaIn!.
and association regardless cary Florida. b
protective
will In service, ANll J ITS ASSETS: AGGKEGATING I ;
the new pipe bit the hearing of these arguments oc) foe
''and of fire duties and service the object hereby called ; Wednesday December -
lld OVlTIH FI.. IIus
fast as they are tonnes 1 next Wedne 'by. when the matter U,
at the
w> u 1901. office of the company
sociability end unity 3 -
the time that the being to encourage HUNDRED THOUSAND
made and by will considered
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laid the entire city under rules and regulations to be ii DOLLARS INSURE: TO Dl';- county, r4 as a tesult he ma been at some length: In Miami Florida, for the purpose
last pipe has been .oew I framed Independent of those pertaining | I'OSITOKS A ISO L U T EPROTECTION. : arrested and Information file. I against I Some time since the draymen had a of voting on the ''proportion b

win be served from die to fire duty provided their Cervices .1; LIBERAL I: him. Judge,A. C. Blount Jr. representing similar case in court and won the ghi: Increase the capital stock to tlOO, OO.
It is expected that thtt.- .r.tem.j ACCOMMODATIONS AND, : the court holding that nb license was
will'' are not accepted at any time by the the defendant, yesterday argued -I and other bastnea* to eomi before B.IDOOt1q. .
statkmjaate.lB TUfi BEST FACILITIEb.rK .
the pnmplng I lengthtto necessary for the transaction cf suet .
a motion at some quash
members requested to
fan day and the Fourteenth city. All are I 1
a 1h1 the Information died by the county sot a business.-Prasacola Jotireal.
the meeting tonight
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THE ,COLORED PEOPLE. !1 Was Cat| to Suit I Miami Conservatory of Music,
I t Dade County Title Insurance
HIRE AND ELSEWHERE H e That Silted Him ,: I FRANKLIN COLeMAN BUS! Director I

I i 225 Twelfth Street. |

Mr| ;. Ito i'I. ii. h,aI(. Mil I I inKlnmre pL rvbk.w i and, as 'a resuljgue, are Complete: courses In Piano, Voice, Violin, and Expression. t and Trust Co. of Miami Fla

I now \vorki --,- Modern.Methods. Send for Catalogue. I II .
Reasonable rates.
t' 1 t INCORPOtiTED!
Mr Netaun ha\in; erwrwlhouse i! FOUR MEN TAILORS FACULTY : '

:r. rr nice cm his'I..', in ord<-r to keel kthead of PIANO.I Franklin Coleman Bush-Stem Con erva ory of Music Berlin.Ge,. !. | Paid Up CaolUl, $50,0'0.00 Sorplns, i,000.00

orders. A$ this has I many.VOICE.Miss. t t Insures land titles prewes bstratcs of title, loan and lntstfj
.... rush our .
Mr E. I vins Is, btlll! lining a Hanna Phoebe ShlppeeBOtton.VIOLIN.Mrs. '
InK b iKioess in tlw grueery its! e. been brought i\l>out by Franklin Coleman Bush Stern Conlerv.tory of Music Berltn.j, | attarst.fart.
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!I itch fol- I AND PHYSICAL CULTURE.-Mlst'LIla'' B. Carey, Detroit .. Address all communications
tho satisfaction ![ | EXPRESSION It to.
with the r.\\'Y ;
p (' Kf> Get .qllar Columbus. Ohio.
,... I: t :..n"I':' hl\\ s >ffr \\ork. LA, GUAGES-MIss Hattie Carpenter -' I t 3. L. PATTERSON. Sec. and Treas.
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Mrs A. Pi *trt| rte I I n.uitur nun.i i i iI I We .irake Panl$ to yom -If you don't want to SAVlf MtXKV. we can't '

nits t'rou"'bt,;*the In others a tarlojdj, n'ry met101- 1 measure fbm| I' help you. If you do, come t i' 'i It's Mighty Tine I'


MrJS* C. Pa-; :: iiah out up marUttleflUifr I $4.0& UPS il The J J. A. McDONED CO.I .

the other day on bust THAT FRUIT CAKE OP OURS
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?//public wbool is Btlll holdIng Its''I and a Catch! Suit II Long Leaf Yellow And if roe "jutt dote' on dainty; and deliciou fancyoakcx
'i1Ii ; Pine Framing v MC arc sure will be interested to learn that
. OVB., J I The, teachers i are doing. some''I I ns I lows$22O. II at S16 PL M. g our new baker j is "making you ; something new" in this line
.H1 ork.--l| for u... \Vc think they excel ally cakes we have yet ttcen.
rl II c> Tb.ewholiavetrfedthem comeback. 'Wont you try them i

o 'Net f kit Zion which Baptist the Church members is i ; Boards' same price. We also sell Lima i Brick [L4 kinds], (> 'j
JKarl: $ covered For
gad friends are glad to see. Mr. Page Cement." Sash, Doors, Mouldings, ana whatever else a Orders taken Now Christmas Cakes

U prating I Llmeclt 1, -equal' to the task.The t1)) Guilder I requires at lowest possible fig re :. '

promise to be a swell \Vc Guarantee our j $rk or giveback 'I'I
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: affair tonight, as nevera! 'of She bests Ii 1.' the money you,1.haid for it. Yon Know Where We Are- -Utb b reel Miami Fla. jj jjOOOOOQ I >

put that occafconr.e JOHN SEYBOLD
ttlent? arejixpecteJ: on I w O.x >
slot[. early II | 1 j. A. WOLEY, I i

l Next to First Nat$nal Bank .-.... ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocxooocooooooooctoc( t Miami, Florida. Twelfth Street 4J J J
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Rev|\1.. a Vtstcr.Jp.' E. of this district 1 fe ,I 4
tf the A. M. p. Zion Church,, Many kinds of Stnff 1'0
cameo' to':be In for la fw da8 lie ity Q GCQ4GGGGGOG p pp pp0oC0C OGp'

is a p wither from allay back.! I i Magic are called -

|i I ;; Drug tore.J. I Stable Manures\ .oooeee.ee.e..ooevoo.eee
Sev 'val per> ..ilj be InItIated into :
of the Soon and Daughters Dade Count Farmes hEALi-R In
the OtJer i ty o
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,UATSoI'Ol1.1RY AND( EGGS.
UTILIEY
next I Ii
g of Jacob Lwlgion. I Tuesday night A. BUTLER, M. u, and Tuckers I | | I I I 209he Do.!lieu a..!Ie. .
at B fWir 1I list! i '
y ;i Proprietpr. o Goods DvU\ereU Free .

Oa seat lit not bring abo: lo get : Mel Sure need the BestComposted esg..oeo..e.i..e. .
Toilet
I Drags. Patent nes.
tM lumber for Immediate work the I I -
e&rpeiters on' Air.b.oviag'a tore house': ;\rticles, Suniriesl'f erfomerj) 'I and Well Kottca
bad U ttwpeod work;'for a few days. ani Statio! 1 1OnlY' Wm.; Curry'sSons"-
y. Miami
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be had in Addres 133 ]
It' one
!fin resume work as coin as the lumMptncv. can only way.

Drug' Store! In fIOred| | Town?. I E. "V57" GOR-A.: vms Key West'' Florida
] COX.ATX O AHD F T ,
'1 Delivered to any station north of Miami for $5.66; a ton. Any station HEADQUARTERS FOR
A4 J. IL Newman will be at thePrimitive .....................I..... south of Miami, $8,00 a ton. _____
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Baptist Cbnrrh day -- Ship Chandlery Building
SaDd41.'" At the night! services hertomlaea CALL ON HUGHES &! CO.. ,

i to treat the I Audience to one ORAlfSQETRE Who handle the Miami ttailt:. Materials Of All Kinds.
t. best sermons }Ills subject will L
be, :,False.(Chang'{ 8 0. B Stephens agent for Llttls Rlrer. | .xx:>XP vt Coat and Ice, Steam marine Railways, Machine ShopsForrea

.t" others of ____ AH Kind ot repairing, Boiler-and- nO--Steam Fitting" can be done at the ,
ReV J. II. / 53? -- .hortst notice, in the best possible manner by expert skilled mechanic
; .' tie folding men of will attend A fine upply *;4 Orangeand r'd J I,
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the literary tonight lion I cannot afford Grape| Fr/tt| Treeson {, V ,
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to' miss this meeting as It will Sour Orange ijd Rough I I / -
much importance as Lemon "tocktil' n prince! '"t. ,., .. .
crrylth It per I (
: '", ; GEO. H. MEYERS
condition for pitting1 now -''''
tallitrk; to emancipation day. 'I' > .
i Write for onrV|'>05 catalogue ,\":<\,"'-;.,\,, '_, '. ff, I : ""(

Mr| 'Rev.If notbiu J. ; Newman haien| w ulll prevent.arrl'etoctdt which' ands pn irice\'ex deBcripton ('nI "._v.\V.:"') t-"-r ttt' -c..f S Mef\: >._.4M: 1' ?rI \: Contracting ElectricianLaunch ,

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Fruit \\) :'
and \ -
Orange* HCpe!
BIle lied tbs Re<. will occupy 4 room i -
"' Supplies,
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also on other K'it] trees.b.hade t .. ,
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ia ll| and,Mrs.' HarM l Grveu's |alat 'Treen. '1 j ses and 9 I\- ,.'. -r Batteries Spark (;oil Etc.

al hbme. In Baldwin ;Town. We are I? Or name ta hrii b. I 1113 Avnue C ;Jliami. Florida Write for prices
ga4 &fit... bltU A4 roan of iV s-. -*. I vo 1: .1. I
JfI 10 at $600
pie come thin w! 7 .i" I'i..YYnna.Ib 10 tunmlied hous b to rooms
fe -=-_ Glen St. Mary series.G. FOR:! RENT to $125 eacb for the 'fJuri Stayn. :20furn1 .

rit g forget the rally that come : L. Faber, oprittor. 1 ished rooms at five dollars I to ;I\I per week. PIERCE & HARDIE

ct a Betlie A. M. E.:; Church In the : / A I C A tunett of clres\ ences at from $bOO tFOR ", .
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Interest of completing the toner. Ever 4 I Ok 7. Gka SL r.Florbb. OILI$4000.. Vacant loU $150 to $500. Awe: I; .,
member is requested to pay one dollar : ;4 ;set. i31,proved farm of of 170 acres near Miami: all 1st dais all wound prop-I '
wttho f it faiL There will, be good ma 4.. ertit-js. This we will divide up for a settlement ,,0 families together.unimproved \\c
r she' acid good preaching' all day and hav}oran e and grapefruit fruito.tradcing proves, an and kind farming.of improtid All of these and at the-''HOUSE POINTERS

nfcatEach i Rev, arrU preaches; a: nights Huntsville &iNashYille land, 'LOWEST nitable for TERMS. General condition* govern prieL
.ember and friend will be ex OWNER'S

r pMtet't assist in this I rut effort. Railn&d ,C. C. Carroll & F. Wnors Amason North of

I Fastest t Time estServ ce Office 214 Are. Dl North near 3rd Stoee'fiIt'n'Bifos '
Mb i Rebcyea j A. Johnson,--kl.ter of }; ccee: to C. C. Carroll. First National Bank Miami, flood
is''! credited withhavtnl ,
Mrs., J3boR. Dullard - ,
made nome of the finest drawn All Points, N 1? I :
OJ; Spanish' work xif the I'20ih century and NoM jirest. ,
niB la, all done by her with acticb
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pork II!!' Into dollies! napkins forth Throb Pullman BJawing Kootn Architect and Builder 4 4I
}amp ., lfhls lady can he found sleeping cant &lily from ,

a1-11 avenue F. l'E"ltireen Fourth andFir,1a Jacksonville to 15 Birmingham, Machine I + Shop I now tease: in my employ' one of' the beat
streets, at the {home of Mrs.This.
Nashville, Evans'111eChicago5t. draftsman in the South, and am better
nllard.Th i Louis, Pens cpla. :Mobile ..K prepared: than ever for furnUbtnjj: rIa.." ),
t and detaillor gos j,: building: *,'fine cabinet -
it e Is a movement,f on rout ID )I- and New Orleans t Gasolene. and Kerosihe Engine j work, Uc: 1 am now headtiuarterk
"t1tIs stated toerect a monument for turned work scroll sawing,and all
< there 0 Father Ryan the poPt.prl'st Fiefs! Dining Careen'ice in the Repairing a Specia ty .1 work usually done in a FIRST CLASSplaningj
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ufo th 'Confederacy. IA monument So th". Elegant free fediniaz chairs .'
:t erect:: 'to Father Ryan ought to be Il fr,f : GENERAL REPAIIt WORK.:.) Sond me your order for doors and window -

mono I'nt erected by the whole South Route c>{ the faniimij "Chicago: andticket.redtsliaYl. frames ballus ers, ,bracket t etc.
FLOUIDAthe ,
p .11d'l work IIh..llrI be from the hlD.lsvi : ( ." Lk Ue sure: V"nr I SHOE'S 301! SEVENTH STTtCHT. ;.I LUll -- .
a olllhl'm sculptor, thrilled "Ith l I.'t| N. For rat,'-. I and b
the II ntmfnt that Inl'pIr'tt the slrgr s.heduieand full Information tall ... .
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r la&& j" the olll'flrtunit tor.. e- G.. E. Hertflna I,I ,I I Hudson C--ILj clc Coeny1hiilq I. ,Afnenca's; .Most! Perfect Wheel.
hv pl! srir I'jvn fyrnt.ri
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:Dr. 1: F. 1leudo iWl, C ben consul t.n r> II ::' -';"" C.\J't..J.Y: .
Tam ., has received 11 tel'JIT'JU' frot1 I' Akf.t- ltlt' : CfMl.The :: I .J,, li ,. r !, ,
: lb tJl t J r t(f lo Tte I1iff1'I : '. I. '. I' pf..'Tli"il I
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;> (asril.!general; atr des, font: ass: : I 1 1I' j J aid Everyftin' It ; 9 : I, I { II II ,U-H; ,i :

Inf ti m to officially! dtny{ In the pros- I' CLYDE will Jf.k" rttuaf: trty: ; ,I-i,'" li-i : ;'!' :' *rl tli-1 ",.tisk u- is.tllf ".
-- tit Fl rids the report that tlio'-p s'ub 'sl/: to tie Eeaih.uik .', :avlrg! : the S'oiuCS .,., .
yalo foyer U Cuba. A few i1: ys ago! at 200 p. m. l ; at tie -Jf''1I > : I. AT Till HIGH: I ITiri. fl{ llFrltrr ( : : i"' 'C '-1.-; I. r ", 4',1.-011': 'I'' t lilt'I }I"I I g'!..

a re;' rt was clrculatej'that: the was j itrrjr/Uock: jart no'AHere o! the etiiee I: ., .., .\'r..t':.. !II.i I" :-" ', ,.: "II iI i-} 'lk.ink' IleariII 8o
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yello fever in Cuba.This report: wasbase every f*<'illt is f-rrlsVJ! foi frt firs;;l 1'-c$rrTa .V. Cn Tit.1 > I J '
; on the publication of a repor1n tool lathing! an-11 Beach being entirely I I I M\drt;:! : lint ts eJi tOO pIfoll.'fL: Ins; Cud crv J t ',rJl.vJl.1)i ,h I fi'. n ,t\: lilt l r lai\'It.J. i

a >n>I g from Cuba to the effect that a cut off by the init wall f-ott: i ..::1
i sue if yellow fever had been rcniovnl the treacherous en nt from Xorrii I' No I Shoddy or Cheap Goods. f.'o: She dy or Clisap: : Work.ccd. :::1 -. .. ,
fpm a steamer coming from Mexwo. Cut Inlet there !Is n e o' that undertow :I I ": i -y ""'- .....t.l- r-- ...1-.. g'y '
The care and science used by the which makes Ieiii'bktains 80 d1n U itisn't
All repair work j is oosit'sc'y: guars ::
Cab A In 'handlirs cases gcrous. l I 1 '!..iVfiinnotidii 1 -h.lJi-hmt'nt
: government bring U back andWe'll :sivtan 1I.r.-: l"ltllllllill;' ( I I
<.9i! Oy-r DC I right
chancels to foil g of,thjns kind makes sprea.l of tht No I II" .
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t 4 t r and 1 with inv, I rlt'! Empurium!: and
disease absolutely impossible. There long. walk after ionthere.j :( | am

haat 'en no yellow fever In Cuba since ONLY 25 CFN S FOR THEROUN ; Make it Rightdy prej, a < d l r.. tI.! rl.- ::,(....t\\.I.rk.i Call and see me.
the i [1 Isease was stamped out by the :
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Amelcan g'\: rnmenl, and any reportilUtat () [TRIP, I brajilnysed or rim-: tires nwnr Kith: r ]
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the disease Is present there sitsgle tube or G icJ tire*.' Ve'U rnlcanijetbe n and ak&'t1em new > AlcpONA

: are i($Use;Tampa and calculated Herald.;, to 10 CubaN TAKE THE IG BOAT OOOOOOftQOOOOOOO, OOOOOGOOOOOOOOs** ,

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SEVERAL BILLS ON TARIFF :f \ House
Hinson
INTRODlAEI
_jN HAVE BEEN
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Miami
'f e pro f essiogs Estimates of 619,669.8S2 Forth' Newly"Furnished. In new location._ Rates $I.SO'perMa
Fiscal Year 1906. I IWallblngton. SPECIAL BY WEEK. 331 ,IJ4th St.. MIl mU'Fterlde
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6 De<'. S.-Several |>llli -
i Located op the bank of Indian River. Finest Hunting and Flshlnc FU
relating to the tariff were tnti ce< I

In the Houae of Representatives td' y. : Where People of
The Fort Pierce Hotel
'iattrs3oaa.WtU Esavlag. The bill of Representative Spau ng I I

of.North_Dakota, provided for a Aril I. .
AJ LAVp. commission The preamble of thirrritfH bl11j $oderate Means| 'L L Mt1atUtt levee asJ Hauser I

raetuia all tpurta,SMri*n4 Fctfen that! r.Q ordinary session'.can tates$21.l. SpecWRatnfarfaaltn.allrge.eet; to IT PIERCE, .. >ATOURIST .

I tsedi:!UolllU tlor tI .mtslniandperfecUiIa.d fully investigate the subject and determine _---
I TUM.ATTORNE. 1 what changes will Are MaklngComfortable I
t0:9)tsn.: Jtl.mi.Fla. welfare. The RESORT
general

T. SXAOQS.Offle ..D- inisnioniTB are to \ be8tfroulOwlbe Incomes.Choice Waverly I House > ulargeColetdrtahle

port to Congrtss ) d Airy ROOMS.Ovei .
tbe 1 laol.the Bay.
gedt'rfraPtar.rR.ald.aee ro mi'fssarj ibar vg in I

comer Ai as C Slit ll* Representative| terlng. of 1111188' j 108 ("'IUL> 3IRS. .SA8ELL.WfLlt Mira fk;
three biiU The
MIAMI.II. FLORIDA._ ctubvtib first provide propose for the) allowanc of |raw.hack I Properties I II p-.-ttHl, s__._I .-._._._. . . .

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l and remission\ of Internal rev nu t f.ornerltone B aJi llth Street.
J. K. JACttOH, JIU, taxes on, articles consumed on vetaelicIcarlnK 'v We Have for Sale I
THE ,
or ICs: for foreign 'countries Iron .
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I G. A. MULLfRJ PeeMia.re
BlCAYKMIAMI. BLOCK,Avx. 0rLOBTOA. Coped! Slates ports. Tbe secondVpro t i I

I tided for a draw back on Import*tl ar-fi Brick huslnis bloc* on Arenui D>> .... ... .".. .. .... ......... .. ... 5.500.0

Licles on w hcdlhutleenm gGlHav >ros-l 1 10 Iota OB BeTuth street .............................. ...... .. ... 1000.0
-- W. B. U5H.'I tides on which duties have been?paid I I house sad lot bay front riparian rlatta.... ...... ...... ..... .J.000.0 SAN.CARJiOS!,

bin0.) r. vbtch are med In the producton'hf If7'I or I I hotue and lot foot of Twelfth fctreet................... ...... .... 4.000.0 : .
ttt-ltlh street, 'p nn.et.EesMe.ce I ire Joined to or form an Inseparable I nahoM and lot.Thlrtcnth street a dent Improvements .... .... 4.150.00

, ,to ,9t I h Sc. part of articles produced n the jbnltid X boa M and loU oo Twelfth street fits $1400.00 to .......... ... 4.000ft .
I l1iAYl.FI.A. States, and the third providej that I I room boa*,with Stt lots, with hearlaK trees fourth atrt .. ... 2,000.0homes < rotxm1st Open re rtdratZ. o/abldl/kP t

_ where Imported articles and mat rials t ton and lot oi fourth street Bear Aveane D ............... .... ISCUIO Bptclal>.>.-> \m CommtnM"'
::1'.Y. BACKUS | which duties have been pal I are i (-room houe add lot OB Third rtnet..... ...... ............. .... 1,100.00Hoo.e rWl MDi11 Large SA M1OC Moore.I
".. ::...- "'-"- led as coverings or wrappings if ar- and 8 Iota on Flat atl'U't.lr.lI .......... ....... .. .. ... J.OM.OI -.I ,..fib IeUL: | I.ti.n: .. .4
ttaaa,$BpedfloaUoos aid Detail' Mad.< Idles produced In the United 8 ales,I JO-atre oraue and: crape malt trove bear Coeoaait Qrer .... ... J.000.0)) > + . . . . . ...::.:sa"

tat Buildings of:AM Kind, FineIResMencesa here shall be allowed on the n torta- 10 acres, three pod one-half cleared bearing fruit trees pear CocoaattOrore '__'
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Specialty.OrriCE ion of such articles a draw back Vina ...... IM I ..... ...................... ....... ......... .. UOO.OI Accommodations first clue 11)10 Via .r the ltlj 1
1315, AVCSTJE D.I In amount to the duties paid on 'the acre fln.. tarmlrr' land at Cutler .. ..... ...... ............t... I.SOO.OI : ; ;

.n.torl.lq p.M p. f''Vprlnrt'. ,t -acre oraneraii&,grapefruit grove at Orange Ridge....... .. .. C.OOO.C'';
WALTER C. |>E<;AK3'IO> : Representative Baker. of Ne-v ;FYork Two fine yonnsj' orange and grapefruit craves on Miami river with THE! BAY VIEW .

Iiteo't. I ntroduced a resolution recl'lng"that riparian ifehta, $ ,ooo and, 6.000.00 ,
-Aro he tariff Is a fraud on the American Home and 8 Iota on Seventh street corner Avenue H. ........{.... 1,2S0.00Fino < \
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eople wherever It Is levied on any ar- farming and c'tnu lands from {20.00 an acre up.
;;i: Room. MetrOpoli" building. i I Idle whose labor cost is lean in I ,the'ailed Several furnlrbed; hwuses to rent for the wason. Call and eee ju. ,

:Hour 8 to 12. l Miami. l'la. !. States than eisewhere.I| The i-acre grapefruit and pineapple grove ... .... .... ........ .... 1.00001 D.M. CONNOLLY. Proprietor ,
< 1 esolution especially mentlor.a steel; 10 a.I'CInd T fooa hou..c, ban, stable, tool house and wor house
R. II. SEYMOUR, !I and resolves: fI bearing orange and grapefruit grove, on Miami river with i Iparian : t I

Attor4r at.Law I "That this despicable fraud ai n''the I rights I an Ideal' borne .................... ...... ........... .. 12.000K( I L '
Next to Terminal Pier. U Railroad pus I II
1 American people be stopped by Irectto 20 acres flail pine land on which Is a S or < acre orange a id g.-apefruli i I

, U allf;the Stan and trOtnOocm. DK the Secretary of the Tre.is I grove; 100 bearing trees, and other varieties of fruit trees; room house. MIAMI rLo\t

._ Will.practice Partkslu a tie.tlo. tv Corpor-'tian. uspend the collection of the t arm tax good well, etc]' Biggest bargain In Dade county; 4 1-1 mile from Ulam! ... ..a."et".t.. .
Ute Real E>l !te and tautoai La.. of $7,84 a ton on steel rails untl such I on Rock Road. ,:Price $2,500.00. ..
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"OOk*'. Prloelt s.ildp.|!! MIAMI.TLA. Ime as the United States Stet; Cor-I 3 Iota on Eleventh street for all $2,000.00. r '

, I !>oration and others furnish conclusivevldence 25 acres pine and prairie Iud 20 acres: Improved half mile so th of Cntlei I P ,1i

.D.D.&C.k ROGERS I that the amount paid L f them Hotel; 800 feet:,frontage on bay; 400 bearing fruit trees; S-rwm cottage. fas bees ealaptd
I 1..0 their employees for producing a Iton tarnished; horse and wagon; 75 laying hens and out buHdlng Price.<< $4.000lUORIOA ) T I \fluithDrn i sad allmod'crnconvenkaces'
of> steel rails is greater than tb&paid all about 400 feet bay front, for '1,100.00eub.
or the 10 acre with Improvement, I 1 brae
ENGINEERS 1C JUUUCl
CIVIL I by English steel rail manufacl ra. been laafa&i.t .
TwelftIFloriii. \ He also Introduced a resfintton I ..
. letrtplis BiiliiizJ N 432 I 1-2 - '
ailing on the Attorney General to i ti
SUrf 1iUi. I' (FORMERLY THE "PIONEER HOTEL. I
communl ate to the Houae h: opinIon SPIERS& MERCIER
alleged E A. FOKSSELL ,..
as to the extent to which she i Propr/e+ r
'GEO. L. MCDONALD8b41 combination of steel mStjhnfac- 'I : RATES rRQM $2.00 UPI
ituu ring companies to restrict tit; output Real Estate and Insurance Agents. I

..' ap.cialil and fls the price of steel Consumes u.MIAY. Cornet of Eleventh Street tod A*eaue B
., .......... 8b41 l41 eCOOOAKUT La'" a Box in. or UOOtt ATMM
a violation of law. K I
. : BOn. FLA.:. Representative Cockran og New .. .1 .. I MIAMI FLORIDA., ,
r bill that II ,. .- a .-. . . . . .
York Introduced a providing .
. Contractor( Builder wben any sum exceeding $5 shall I
JaAHAMr be contributed to the fund of gny poUcal It I
A. w. 1 HOTEL
tjall| be
party or any moneys BIS4AYNEMIAMI.

fw.g...lo.......I..ratt.pj f.etl..-.cIaoM. Let.."aek.... e expended by or on behalf of an candidate Come and See Us
_,.... weB aad aq jai -eJ Rde..ottfmlatad. for Representative In Congressr / .
1 n >>....1,Florida Alt elec- n .
presidential elector, before Opposite the Postoffice. I II' FLORID
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FRED 1 UTTEH. tlon at which Representatives presIdential

General. Contrtctor. statement electors'shall bo are filed to be ulthll cnAsen,;>,#. three, a I OUR bTOCK IS I I Now\\ Open-Season to /J\\ay\\ 1905.,

Cradl0R.Blasting.. da's from such contribution U or expendIng Fug' Hardware
in the of i
such'moneys gfflce
Well Road Drilled.CpnttrucUon. Sidewalkand the Clerk of the District cout of thented SASH HEW AND and : Salem GrahaTHEJEFFERSON t

? States for the district jti which I''

JENNiE M. PARRISH, the person or firm or corporation makig DOORS COMPLETEPrices FarmingImplements 'I' -
( r and Typewriter I such contribution shall resale specIfrlng
, C Low
II.ca.rof Jlwrth ii<> Office are'
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Streit. lences of donors and Jlt'r1011 I .
XWi Roan Twelfth MM t. 12|.. ... zt& to ':sc. i or officer receiving It. wProvUioa i II I I : I -
KeU- :=2*...*.C. is further made"Sur publishing -

the statement and the l Jl W. WATSO t tU ]1 I FORMERLY THE HOTEL KE r WEST ,

W. C, l l\1aynard, failure Ishable to by file Imprisonment a statement not a f exceed J pua.II. ;U i JOSHUA CURRY, .... i..idtr -


ORAOUATI OPTICIAN three years. !'. I OPEN All THE YURt (RATES i 3.00 A (DAY) AND HI'Vest.
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With MaynardV.: Son. Jeweler, The estimates of appr ,/i ; Tue. climate of toe' East Const tr[ Fieri I r

Amx-D required for the support Is than th or any
: eminent for the fiscal fie nearer perfection One Half Block: from Terminal Key Flori a
Jr June 30. 1906. were I" tot I II I other [Place on., earth. ,4si 4s

Congress by the ; .the IA.RcBvirl LA.Opposite
j gate 1\< : : : -
TreasuryThese
,....mdPecr .ri.t'e e leMr!
: $619.009.851, ss : 1i84,1131.1
, the_amount of estlmatesi too for t a :Royal Palm: : : Paste:
.White Eagle Baiter"raar I I Sho .. the current fiscal Al '..

NoWaitiBj The estimates eh are Corner Thirteenth Street and naII..
Chairs. J nearly 5000.000 less th \\ the es0.83G.320-I

Best Servk 1 in the City. tltrates for 1905 include $ :! "lI1Jf4:" ;} 111 If Florida
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A. COLBY Proprfetei I permanent annual approp lions already :
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10 1 Twel lk MTMI. provided for by law. Jl t
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the \\ll* rtm1rne i/t/ I ,
' Kt1rxLUN.tw Fine oSlco rooms for In i
r I \ Rates on Application. Write for RESERVATIONS.
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A .i. of .If you,want a Ba' *3n. J ,..., -'..'\'I' #(.1.Yd CAFE
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buy your |\ : i ;:: :4s I"if! jli4-!! ;
Pages $ilrlh. Worsteds ,_ \ QrnlII.
I and itbcrFdsodWctcrPat 1 Dress Ooodf b. the 1m'' ?. j \S\}.r\\\\ I ''h !! A ?Restaurant that caters to Ladies and Gentlemen .

; Call and ice our line tftrock-. : } tj IJ1 ;I
ens U Dress Goods .and'&nwareW. "I\\\ ___ week
Dubc!> I ", ., ,, J"U"" _-_ Special rates by or month.
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# 131* A...w.ilwa A'f'I\'c. J. I1A UTI Ec1Io.sr rftop.DOANE /'A I 1010 tBendorf Block Aleflue D. CHAS !EVES Proprietor
to ttt fuuiii Onsp Gram nppl rlii Utlcmt,
I i Cxauit Gram sail Tegetatla firm st U* nantrjI5BLO .D.tary t. -

RITEB, LAKE 1TOETH ana BIS TW BAY Mouse
Ideal Oyster & Cnop
& RAULER pN art rticit fra* JartuosvllU via tki The I

I I'I'x FLORIDA EAST COASTn RAIL iAT. I

DEALERS IN ? iI ._ 41O Twelfth Street
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Choice meats Live Kepi \Ie.os: Choice.ttteotloh: piultry.Pulltc .t, .: Y1w Steak. Chops and fish, Oysters) in any, Style

and dressed poultry FAIR .:T!.E A T g.E W T. .
y By thr;qtjart.) tc or qo oo. Carte I fa Seasot.


a.asron a .. M. RALI kfwI a tt. tltAt1M bak"rad: (lid "rlsru4'.W aq e6Phlr
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co. ....eetawtallH,... ....t..... Pir.mrt ... Mlrr l ,.atlaur .....!,. J. Marks Proprietori

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IIpnk o your order-to co\cr mibscription C DY Druggist? I:i p When in Doubt
t i your daily paper. I t;o'.aslon-: n ,
Job, ,r ctlve a copy of the paperUxruugh I I Is n Biscayne .. L
the kindness of Mr. A. R. ,_ ...
G1adwJu. who is my wife's uncle, and ,Play BlueSerges
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I ha>e bad the pleasure of Fpcndingtltitite I= Chemicals andpreparations == That'+ fur choice of cloth. \brut the 'making of the
reek'In Miami during recent I. TI.1. are =: ( suit-that's another story.V e've alit! a't SlO.O tht
.Intent; and hare become very fond : l l Cl CO. Ireoh. :::: 1 r we 11 stake our reputation. Tlie serge ill a tightly nltt.d .
I J-th | 'lace. ,Am rather looking for, 5 O u r methods :; .
E hi are commended : s>staunch reliable textile g aranteed all wool to thr
or four weeks stay theresa I ----
February,. >urS cannot definitely.1 == SOAQSNCY I by all reputable :: .selvage warranted never toits shrink crock fade or?OMi
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TbalUng you In advance fc orauentf :-::: == fits with a character that bespeak*brainj p.

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ne afily of ;D. Lew Wallace: deny I L I
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price & to enable us to more them ya. = a iter .tis.- I $1.00 shirts at . . . . .. 75.
before they have a chance to get old.
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$.H .ice we always have ;; We Ire ttl nok, I $1.25 shirts toga at. . . . .89c
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