The Daily Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
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 19, 1905
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
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 )
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).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
notis - AKR3415
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System ID: UF00076097:00921
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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FoL 3, NO. io t IttMtltWMk.IUI Ifi, MIAMI, FLORIDA' t! I TUESDAY DECEMBER 19, 1905. ====:.::-. Price 5 CentsNLY ; .,

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.es of the assassin must be very blwdyas
.. : the ground for several feet around .
MURDERED where the body was found was spattered z

With blood, caused from the I
x >.: AT AN EARLY HOUR LAST] EVENING striking of her head ,4lth I

the rocks, and that he con"*, not have I ;
escaped without a good qnantltjj of(! While Driling in Hole in which And Cannot Give Baltic ProvincesProper

reoNOT"ER '
r It getting on his clothing: On his
Explosive Had Been Left Assistant to Quell
l' account they have great hopes hilt II ,
In determined effort to 'down
t"APTEROf a run
he wl'.l be apprehended.No .
? .'
ftend.t.h I -
the searchers are highly t
'., Success Vet
]incensed, and wt'.l work-energetically I ,
to the 1!brute. Members of the posse came nto WERE BLOWN TO ATOMS INSURGENTS' DEFEATED
(CRIME ADDED TO LIST capture the ,city today at noon and reported

During the night and up to 6 o'clock no success so far In the'r effort? to

j this morning|l Deputy Sheriff Morris capture the .murderer. They ffcked ?

"' guarded the Altenue D bridge, to pre- him two miles or more to a rock

short'.distance from the abandoned vent"" *any suspicious p*" characters ,from ridge and there the trail was Io>>st. Explosion Occurred Opposite the .At Milan and Three Hundred are

Obenchaln place. K The tracks In some Yates showed the

:iSSASSIN UNKNOWN ,A Grtwsoms SightIt crossing from,?i!the south side but he man to. be walking: while in otters Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New i Killed Communications bj { .
states that no'ofle; but those well the length of the stride was increased, ,
was a grewsome and heartrend York and Occupants of House 1 Wire Again Severed
known to h11|and having. businessIn indicating him to be running: The
lag sight The body lay near a,ban- ,
ana tree partly nude and the remainIng the. city came over. The other prints, were' that of a number 8 hoe Thrown into Great Excitement t, New York and St Petersburg ,'

streets stand 0en at night and were and la soft ground were very distIPct.Other \

.1- fought Desperately For! Her articles on the of corpse.clothing Her were hair disarranged was 'I consequently not guarded. posses are still In the wood, 1,

I An entire myjkery far surroundsthe and Sheriff Frohock and Marshal: I 4 nosI
so II
life and Ylrtnet down and matted with blood while I

the head showed only too plainly that murder, though" various rumor' HarJee are doing all they can In'pVe- New York. D c. 19- Six men were iI i II I St. Peter burr, Dec. 19. Despite
and opinions are heard. Some are to venting the fugitive! from leaving I
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life.had been beaten out with some killed aq the city and county. All of the bridges two army corps were
the effect thai'the murderer of Mrs.:
Instrument The left side of
-, 4- heavy the forehead was crushed .In and Suggs. If captgred, will prove the assassin leading to the city from the south of a dynamite explosion la an excavation \being sent to the Baltic province, It' ,

of Crime fitters Perfect side of the river are. being guarded, for a new building opposite Is learned that .
.. .- II parts of broken bone protruded of C. E| Davis and daughter, no considerable number
horribly murdered early !last summer. but so far there has been no occasion the Waldorf-Astoria this morning.The of 'annable.
esThough Greatest through the mangled and torn flesh. troops were ,
{ The chin was also'crushed and both Another is, thathe... | crime was committed to arrest any one as a suspect. ; explosion: was caused by workmen The government has sent two regiments

c'Crtee l Ia Cooaty's broken. The neck by one or more of the idle laborers will Meet Tomorrow I! who
the started drill
History of. lower Jaws [ to a partially from St. Petersburg In reply.to "
:{. bore unmistakable! signs that deceased I now Inttbe city; another thatIt The coroner's jury consisting i lot drilled hole In which dynamite sticks the frantic appeals for reinforcements

'had been choked, and there were 1I'&s.a. negroetc. Messrs. G. S. Potter. H. S. Potter
It Is, however, considered! too
had been left over night Some of danger-
# one.or two scratches on the chest. Killed Early liT'Evcning / Conrad, Lanue and George OU to deplete the garrison at the

Organized and Woods Are 'The sight was horrible, and sicken! The crime _I'M, committed shortly Rchardsonw! meet tomorrow morning the men were brown to atoms Jjtrt( Jurtng the present crisis., The cap-

ing. Strong hearted men stood around after' 5' o'clockn::| the evening a*' a to aire the case its first consideration LaterThe number of men killed government can on>y await the, arrival

_ 5erched But Murderer Has Not and about awe stricken and dumb- neighbors reported seeing Mrs. Suggs though It may be' several d4ys In the exp: !os'.on today Is now learnedto ; of the Cossacks which'ire being

:founded. They hardly appreciated crossing the rliiroai at 6:05: o'clock. before they shall have arrived a have been three, while seven are' hurried from Manchuria..

YetBeea.; Captured-full Details :,the''enormity/of the'tragedy, or knew She was'kii'!edFr jjjt quarter of a mile be- verdict. a4 I seriously Injured. The explosion 1'

:Iieartrendlag .Crime That Has !how:,to act. yond. This neighbor i according to'keT. I Body Buried This Afternoon ;i aaA on the site of the excavations: INSURGENTS WERE

i Judge A., E. erser, as ex-offlclo James \JBoKon i of Cocoanut I I The body. of Mrs. -Saggs was. bps, for the new 'Airman building, In avery t t BADLY DEFEATED

Community I coroner, arrived, on the scene short- I Grove ,was.MI..; 1rvlr g 1 Potter, whom i lea this afternoon at Cocoanut Groveby fashionable quarter of the city. .

_ .1. .1Ir1e i'"after the body was found and 1mi I he says stated tahtm that at the time i Undertaker Miller. A large cquI The occupants of the \Vmldorf-A- Slltau, Courland. Russia, by man,to

i pan, led 'a jury inquest after whtchi I he passed. 1IraS: :I, us a man was fol course' of friends, both In Miami and I torla which Is almost across the St. Petersburg undated Frightful

i the. corpse wag delivered to Undertaker I lowing close behind the wagon. It tat I the Grove attended the obsequies, street; Fifth avenue and Thirtyfourthstreet stories are pouring In from the Interior .

i.,Kith her bead crushed and terribly : Miller, and brought to. his eatab'l.hment : was then getting bark and he took rhe I and quite a number of floral offeringswere were thrown Into great excite- where the desperate fighting'occurred '

ated;;finger marks on the throat In 'the city. man for Mr.: Suggs! whom ha supposed -, contributed. tI | ment. between the troops and Insnr-

was walking la order to lightenthe gents.
Fought for Her Life
ant condition bearing '- -
hcheet i
load on tbe;'tnnlb. From this! it f ( Most revolting tales are told OB the R
ace of criminal assault, the llf During' the. night careful -searches !that the'man MUSSELMEN KILLED BY '
} can be Inferred was I "SUNBEAMS ENTERTAINED German landlord who were more destroyed ,
form of Mrs. Dora' wife were kept up for evidence that would '
s Sam behind
_ white,. and that.e continued on by the Let than were UM
lead to the a pretension"of tie murderer '- fiRussian.
: David Suggs, a wen knows citizen _the team until the place where 'ARMENANS IN CAUCASIATtflls. ., In the fight! .near Tncua
,. and IB the ,search, in, tfce, rleinjty .
was'made was '
1 sr'irmer; residing went" of Cocoa- 'where wan I the assault reached. fourteen dragoon were killed ,and
the found LAST
body unmistakable I [
'waa I Mr. Bolbn further Informed, a Metropolis many wounded. It la estimated that ,;
,Grove, found in the woods ; signs of r criminal assault "
I Potter
:' .representative that Mr.' that the Insurgents lost three hundred
r.the ?Obeschals place at. a late and. of ,a desperate.?'fight were /discovered. '. bid stated that shortly.after past Canasta, Dec., 19 ArmedArmenians k Ked. .
list sight by the.sheriff's I The scent of the ,tragedy J set on fire house occupied g
posse : lag )(n. Suggs, be heard her volce.butthought NIGHT N I l
.others I was'abotka quarter : r'a mile:.west was by 300 Mnsselmen. who were
searching,for'the same she dngtng as she .frequently I I COMMUNICATIONS. HAYS 1k
of the:railroad and,conditions Indiati prevented from leaving and the firemen .
whoa and
gig borne SEVERED
'there' BEEN
are no body eyldeacof I
that Mrs( !Suggs;'was first attacked .- who responded were fired upon.
) (paid noatteUIIonto; it. It la nowbelieved .
}"outrage upon Ahe person, other ,. at her;(wagon and that:she It!! her screamingfor Seven of the Mnsselmea are known I Last with
_ ? that was Night an Interesting i New York. Dec. 19-The cable com-.
oD connected with the horri- and Into the,wools, .
jumped out ran I help and in fright that he heard to have been killed and probably many panles bar received notice'today that '

alms, prove almost concnslvel) evtdentfy' : followed by. her U, &lIut. instead,.of a': roll! In song. more. The fighting still continues and Well Rendered Program.Was .-,the telegraphic communication' with

c4hi and Near a wire tenceabont lift feet from and the Turkish Consulate Is I
crime was committed, overcrowded
_ Another, Attempted Assault Refreshments St. Petersburg bas again bleD sear
tt ins the Intent of the assassin, the' road, 'she was overtaken a with refugees Disorder continues Thoroughly Enjoyed- -
Another report hat connect eta
i Be made the assault, which aid desperate 'encounter took place a* I r if. may at Battnom. j 1 Served-Program. __
there Is truth
aaotief link or chapter." to the the ground around and about was: torn with the crime, any
; I' It, 1 that aa ssanlt was attempted I INTERESTING PAPERS aB'
of: n ;
for twenty
of Dade county. and. .marred ,a space
on a' woman earller. la the afternoon STREETS OE SHANGHAISTRONGLY
more i
conclusively .
feet showing
wu alOne 'at or :,
8uW {he"time
between jjere and Cocoanut The entertainment given by the Sunbeams Were Read by .Members of Ladle
that she had fought for her life' Four I .
was attacked and met death I ,
GroTt'by three irffour white men.but of the Baptist church at the ; Afternoon Club
'' and her'hat GUARDED
of underwear
Leo;ono bat, her Maker not they .articles Ithaf about the t M they bad stoppedthe parsonage last night was a thoroughly
fiend know what'transpired, were. found In, thepace, where the *
\ [ buggy two negroes,came In sight good and well gotten op affair. The Ladles Afternoon Club held 1Uregular
all torn d
'had occurred being
the ground around and about fighting
the oanpantu snowed! tb driveon superintendent, Mrs. W. E. Stanton meeting yesterday afternoon
';the tragedy, was enacted furl and disarranged..L I'Iud her house the and with coveringmuch
without inolestaUon. These ,Shanghai!, Dec. 19 Armed guard, opened parsonage a good attendance and
; ThIa.1unreTer..1I! ;; not where ''the .further
proof that the woman foughf.first the report iays, were- tramps and patrol are maintained here t, here the little folks received their groaad in their literary work. '
murder wa/cemmttted'u: It appears men {,
ty; forhe4.rtue and tlionlh"the,authorities and coMerrar cope with the possible renewal of dis. friends and parents, who patronized forming resolutions and arrangingfor +

"for' 'ln.tsna.her life, but,torso avail In that from:Mrs.her assailant Suggs managed'and made to get'back away for tine.-persons put[little credence In ItAn order" and disturbances., The.street I the. sale counter and'boaght refreshments ;'' future events The program(waa' .

r examlnat'o| pf the body of Mrs.Suggs' are filled with: rowdyism and 1I'hll. consisting of cake and fruit an unusually Interesting, one, opening .
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the 1raCO :butwas again overtaken '
r HadBeen[ to City a. from wasmadIlbis morning. by the shops are open, looting Is great; punch.. rib the roll call, answered with quotations ><
] toadand
when about eighty feet the
It appears;bad been laetty. there',both'crimes, weN aceompo Dn." Pugh and ofamling at the'undertaking feared.The. I J The program was as f of tows: from favorite authors., '

.trading and shopping. She i shed. her lifeless body and Ita'poat. parlor. of; ':R. F.. Miller:but' United States. .cruiser' Baltlmori Chant"The Lord's Prayer"-Sun Mrs J.' N. Lummus read a splendid ,

;*vBXile-and light wagon and beartJIC'Ylde lce' that.tbe brat It bore no marks[of' criminal violence landed a force today and the Britslicruiser beams. paper on "Frank L. Stanton of Georgia

t boa>* late la the afternoon. Non which! prevent them from determinIng Diadem tent five hundred coed: "Heathen Lives Made ," Vsb two of hit best poems.
had saccessfnl, though'after
bag' accoffipasled aa far'aa Cc- whether or jpot such .act was ashore. Other warships are npecte4and Miss Vena Lynn Dean. Beautttur'-1 ""Shoot'ng.. and "Wearyta For Too."

Grove br.her nephew, $.Per death.In.effecting.n outrage (i made .and aeco pllsbec1. 1t Is reported list the German' The Cry of-a Chinese Mrs. Lnmmn received many words of
I '
red[ leaving bum at his home pro- Killed With :Rock r. ,Was WefIKnewe Hen troop, are coming from Kleaochau. I a at Edna Roe. \ praise, for her delightful reading!

oastowards her plate, a fewLaterh A rock or several'rocks, were' the t I Recitation Margurtte Houser and] Mrs. J.' D. CoJman read her'paper r
; I deceased Town was 2> years '
The .
d. of the Grove. Smith. oetthe' ,
> weapons used to crush out life.. Sheriff :lot' and besides, her afflicted bus.band.leaTes NORMAL CONDITION RESTORED Naomi State Far! st Tampa -whlr\

evening the mule any wagon Frohock finding six of such bloodstained I age about IS and """" r i RecltaUonb1 the Baby Sunbeam greatly appreciated and Mrs 3,

the Sngg* home, but lira. lnainzmenta.near ,the body 1 twoasons| Chicago Dec. 19-. Practically! nor Leanard Roe. ID.F.Yu1ett"'eIOled'tbe .program, with .
respecUvefjy. She wa a lte'rof *- i''
his not to: be seen' Busple- this,'morning" ;* which! ; with the"fact 1 9 t years G AI. and Fate Perry mal conditions! are' les'torcd In the "The Missionary Boy"-Lacy Roe. i[an .excellent review of Richard \Vtson1' -,

was at race aroused and the anxhusband' -' that the.corpse and'the ,wounds InClcted ,Messrs.most estimable. ." woman." Herdeatb'bu local banking Institutions toda,.. : "Oft a Little" -J'raneee J.D87.I I! 'Gilder, and also read several. e'lections. -
_ out search' and a '' "
started to< are.jawd' and, rough provennquestlonablyjhat "The Five Soldier Boys" Miles .' Mrs Mnllett: la'an entertaining
cast the community ;
-"rAfterwards others'Joined Is they,were used by The musical kindergarten will give Weaver, Stanton Router, Lacy Roe, !: writer and her papers andS
.. aroused
.. g'oom as"well as|
seacb sad still later In the eveJauthorities the assassin.- a reception to their parents Saturday LeRoy Roe. and Hayward "Weaver. :S readings are looked forward to with
'I :. to thefact that action
one '
were, notified Clue*lift i every afternoon December %3. Songs and various "The Baby's Penny"'Alice Camp I,eJ:1): etaUon. .,;;
:No : kind Is necessary to
of an extreme -r.
Mrs. .Saggt wa missing. ,' ; will bell. win
f "s musical games be given and '' The club hold a reception on Y

atelT, fterwards Sheriff Fro N.,clue whatever'wulteftby,the' prolife.. and jwomanhood, In this- Aght'refreshments served.. Recitation Stanton Houses New; Tear's Day from t to 4 p. ,m. .,. .

(d""Dejmty Sheriff' Gore acredby murderer' "as to'his' Indentity.utsideof < city, and state. |'|'f Recitation Rachel Hovelshrud. andjthe:;: friends are cordially invite..L ).

eeveral dtlzens. 'went( footprtnts.and, these were.tracked -Is Assailant fcj'ft Injured. For Bare Fourteen horse power An Ascroetlc by Six Girls Mary

alb where Mr*. Suggs_hsd'some .distance front;the eeenfc.of the. Several parties|;who knew ..Mrs.Suggs Buffalo'engine in good order.. P,, O.Box Agnes Pope. Edna Roe Rachel Hovel-! .Mr. and Mrs.Franklln Coleman Bnh rt

Search, parties were t'fme.. The.,sheriff and hlsfmen'reA:: state,,that she was a woman of 554. shred Adeline Screven. Katy Deal will play the F major Sonata by Bdjwarj -\

14 gad tboat-10:30'o'dock the malned 'lathe ;woods' nllbl.! :'and great courage, absolutely fearless and and Letty CaldwelL Grieg, for violin" sad ,pU o at j'

_, zudet dfreetion.ofDeputy i Saer- tnlt'lmorning. ,: .severaf'prsea, ., aggre- very strong and ti|& they fed.certain The Fanny odelesohn: Club will Recitation Manuel Hari I 4{I the concert by the Conservatory faenltrjat -'

_ -8erezfoaud the; Iifelen body 'ofm satlng'abont. ISO men, were organized. her slayer' I.,Injured In:f some manS have a Christmas party at. 4 p.m. on'. Recitation Fine Deaa. 'j! the auditorium on--Decembet'b.' .

.aeitsa-b'ftt,, the 'ground a and ;(-are'Oeouringtbecountry around ner. .They also,enlm that the''cloth.J Saturday, afternoon., Song Boabeamm. .>:
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most Southern newspaper published on the mainland'of the U. S. f
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K ew York Dec. 1$- The time waswhen
we put away our thin dresses
CIKCCLJLTIO RATES at I|e i first touch of frost in the air, ; e f should see our display of x

tlae Tear br Man.............$500) Three Month.......,.........|L2SMonti anij|>iiight anew, or brouht out from I I, I .' Useful :

ala *..................... 2.50 One week, by Carrier......... JO tbeIt; six months' hiding place those I' y I ,,andOrnamental\ ;,
befvler and warmer. Today the soft'' .

Ad"ertit-in Rates made known on application. dUi'lunous: texturu. urh as crepe >ieenlnf '

1 -, chiffon mug;eUne de sole, n.j-: I Xmas Presents
TELEPHONE 79. OFFICE: METROPOLIS BUILDING, I ur.u iS muslin and lace ,in faint near i l YOur

Ut and 434 Twelfth Street. Opposite the Court House nlfitj* tints are most in evidence for
& 5ex&tung :
j ) and house gowns; and even ; :
,1 DECEMBEP 1905 tliil afternoon street costume muse be ( Dine

m:'"tie 0 of thin fine c.inglng; materials Hi | is Complete and the

HUMAN LIFE HELD TOO CHEAPLY. I which lend theme'ves to the long.

flowing! graceful lines demanded for Prices are low
th's f winter's styles. The only dress
,, Another fiendish, attroclous and brutal murder 'has besmirched the fair that| has any appearance of weight
honor of Dade county, and again a harmless and defenseless i I
came and an Allusion Is the morning street dress; i
i r woman U the victim not only of man's lint, but of the assassin's foul blow. bu't." Cheviots, serges, broadc'-oths are Rugs, Matting Linoleum Reed

g Such crimes as that,committed last night cry. for revenge, and the manhood nothing j materials
,: | like the heavy worn ; and. Willow chairs
A_ of our county and community should Join forces with the officers oft so&e years ago. Apparently weather ;, Sideboards,

: the Uw in.hunting. down the brute or brutes guilty of this terrible deed. coatllttona were not taken into account China Closets Dining Chairs
There are too many of these usa :ts and too much of life taking abroad when the manufacturers p'an- andTables
In the land' Woman's virtue is being held too cheaply and the time has beautiful
ned |he materials to be used this winter oak Bed Room
be doubled insure her protection. Human life
come when effort should to || H* a
too little value and he who murders, taking that which he can 2 Suits 3oo
held of
Is CasesChiffoniers
j Therefore the more attention! must and |5 ,
not give, CTjist be given little chance to escape the full penalty of the law be I given to the aubj'ct'of outdoor ,

In touch offenses. There are too many murders and too Uttle punishment; gaf ents. The Dlrectolre' and Empire Warbrobes in fact everything
too :many loop holes In the law for an e l'ape.n' styles lead. The light pastel shades home
last blot or addition to the criminology of Dade county, rivals If are: the very popular for dressy wear. make beautiful, comfortable. cI
not sir pa Fe., the ten*'hie crime of a few months' 'ago when C. E. Davis i iandaome J .

c '&nol'dausttcr. were butchered by an unknown assass,i' as they s'ept In cloak, very suitable for of
theU home a few miles west of Miami. It is a stain that can not be erased calling I or the promenade was made of 1 I J :,

even though the guilty party or parties are brought to justice. It Is one c'olh"In the new color ."Sauterlne," ,
, that should be given the most careful and rigid: examination and no effort 1I"hidll. really a deep shade of the o'd: have them In all"sizes antic:I

left nnJone to fathom the' mystery. This we know will be done both by favorite champagne. The lower'part l I! Stoves _
j i Wood coal oil :
the county and city officials, and If run to earth and guilt established there office cloak Is gathered: to 'a yoke, or gaso ;

should ,be no clemency, no pardon, or any ,!other act by Jury or State that which is partially covered with bolero : J:
150 oil heaters marked low.,)
f ... would rob the law of Its fullest prescription. fronts having,, revers;' and ,the big 1 $ "
If* The manhood and womanhood especially the latter, of Miami and Dade sleeves with their extended shoulders I ','

.. ,county 'must be protected and avenged when assailed! and lfe! taken by cr4< |rftnl bed with turned over cuffs. I' .I ,,,
Incarnate fiends and murderers. Fui's of brown alligator plush bordersi -
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THE_NEED OF THE TIME. i ,'outline of tare yoke,and houJ.er'CI08k :

f : ;-! in grey corded silk was laid i iIIUf. :!i Cake Plates Salad ;Dishes etc. '

Senator Armstrong, chairamnand Mr.Hughes. counsel, of the Life Insurance -, .o wide hoxplaits back and front I iuqy ,

Investigation, delivered Interesting addresses before the Alumni, Astociatlon yk of Clnny lace over shell | 1 Call and V
pi nl< silk. A grey velvet collar which Inspect the goods no trouble fo show them j
Senator Armstrong
of the New Tork University a few nights ago. I 1
:Iex I nded Jnto narrow revers, exposed L t'g ,
sail that the revelations of the methods developed by the insurance investigation ;
feVt -
a of she 1 pink silk. The prettily -
are npt peculiar to the insurance business but "ihe moralty of much ,
dr4pd sleeve were finished with cuffs LQ
of'the,business of the country ball been subordinated to bucccs if not to S
thq watched the collar in materialI a 'Y

rreed""Who _' lI;were trimmed, ,with narrow ruffles ;,, I
of us. 'tinder the same conditions, traditions and habits'.,of the tot!''I: *'elk' and lace I I J W. Watsotimink
country would, not have done the same thing as have many of our wealthy tl ., I Icoa's :I

citlxeus have before the Insurance investigation He also uttered .
t :oho_ come I fie three-quarter 'ength,

this,-lni1h-'You- will, always" have the Lesiglature '.you deserve. You will just... below 'he knee, reigns supreme .te "
never have a -Legislature that Is better than you yourselves! are." Also.tills: j jWw although. many women: prefer the A A' f A f U j.Hl'P..P :.

," need a minimum of legislation with a maximum of publicity. Competition length that barely escapes the ground, ..

,t will, Jo the rest"" He added hopefully: "We shall' get the greatest butfthls$ matter of Ju< h<" must be Jecilied ermine, chlncbilja and-I lynx are :

good from the moral: awakening that has been brought' abo t." by the wearer's .height and flgure especial favorites; ami In the cheaper Magnolia Grocery C:

'P .t )!i. Hnghea !I'D' his address said: ''"This is not a time for anyone to,beilEfleartened. | and... the quality of the,, material. grade there are the pql1rrel.: Alaska .
and not for despair. I belief. : : sable, fox, aatrakan baum mar .
: ., U.is a time for confidence { :
$ la ihe soundness,of American life, and yet I know'we need an Illumination uWf'| .e., : tin. IDol F. II.IWHARTON.- ; t'

of vision! to'e the multitude who will not bow the knee to greed or betray :K. doiib'e-breasted coat In green Instead of the lot heavy coats,

-a"trust nor falter ,In the presence of an opportunity for evIL" Then broadcloth, that la a version, of the \, boleros and short blouse II Etons are sj s,

be said this fine 'thing::"It Is a time when we.want to.hear Jess,pf the man Empire model. Is made'with a double I j much liked. They are graceful, they

who1 was' born Poor'and 'achieved great fortune and want to hear, more yoke which, extends back and front tare warm without being heavy and 1 1I : r tm.ag 9i)iitner
-1 .'of the man who remains unsullied although he may have died, poor. It laa. I In: a broad panel to the. "knees. The I'give a pretty setting[for the face. !I .
.-time when we"want more chlvalry.more spirit of knighthood that sensibility coai-aklrt has three one inch tucks The best liked muffs are the big j f :/ '

to pain and chastity of honor that eels a stain ilk. a. wound. It 1s a oi peach side of this panel; and machine flat ones curved In shape, big enoughto
,time'when'arc need-a change of the burden" 'o( proof so that every man of stitching finishes the seams.and loose your arm In up to tne elbows,I f In preparing your l Christmas Dinner be' sure that'
the" tucks to the 'waiSt line. Velvetc&lar the fashion of which owes it birth to.j :
asked did
: 'answer Immediately when IfSiere you supplies fresh and If
1'wealth or office'may your are pure. make '
you your ,
: and cuffs complete garment.
j the popularity of the elbow sleeve "
ret IL* ', i iI purchases here you are sure of both qualifications/ 1.
;The only success desirable, success ,with honor-the sort ,of honor. H I < !fi ;"{ :
l loosecoat
ffi white soul, recognises.' 11Ie'bonest.accumulaUOI1.of wealth, Is not.to be de- Every woman need a" long ,I 'Boa and throws of m nk and ermine **
for stormy or, daily wear, and
eriexL' Many money-mskers are benefactors." But there ,Is something aboveand : are much worn I but It Is a fad We
on that will give much satisfaction are having a Special Sal
_: beyond-wealth., The man.who toils. and struggles! and dreams_ only of' and t comfort is.'made in mode waterproof |of the day to use no fur about the : '

*'making.'money.'whst a poor..,miserable creature he is., There are 'sentiments'and cloth.It" 'Is'ItUeJ to the figure I neck and to use the!muff: alone, for.many i l' .

s sensations which. some men can never,feel or know. The cultivation by?Bunder arm seems; and the long lineof women object, to, the great beat I I Christmas candies! assorted nuts. jellies,- jams,: f

,of them, U too much neg get the extra protection by an In-
and ALL KINDS of
(ctifched 'straps that are continuation j DAINTIES for ,Christmas;: i
side vest of clnmolK or a light boa
-Th'. pointed paragraph U from the Now York Evening Sun: "A man tothe scalloped yoke. The fronts .
:of lace and chiffon feathers and i )
; :
qr jt"
- was killed In this town yesterday for Insulting a woman. In spite of the 1t&fse In douol -breasted sTjle with :! Corner Avenue D and '
If these are worn *th4] muff nearly always Fourth 'Strei;
''originality of, the'act,,It,was'aOOO-t time for something like this to happen." lliltons and'bun nho'es. The sleeves is made of t1it same material :' ,

'Any gentleman. who' 'has'bad opportunity, for observation In New York will ilia cut in coat shape and finished with fur trimming O mink tails for
K, recognize,the _truth :of this assertion. if the Southern respect for women .ah turned back cuffs A notched ornament. lion of a box jhape model with its not forget the natty brass bath

j)re>ailed In that.clty:thee would be several killings a day until Insulting collar laid flat and sUtchej'to the !bawl collar and cuffs of Irish crochet which delight the llttTeman' 3eCatherine

3 women ceased to be a practice. ,1>ke completes' the see garment I.t Theneeds children: nave not lace and another coat of light blob Dann'Payun

J I'An; entirely new' Idea is The "Pony been neglected although most of the broadcloth had brown, acaracul collar
r 'Uncle Russell. Sage may not be so great" a financier as J- Pierpont'Morgan Jacket: ," semlflfting and coming Just juren:le styles are topic* oi those ',and cuffs ; WILL BUILD ANEIGHT

but,he would like Unnoticed' that nobody ever sold him an imposing "of the hips la cut It" look for'all i worn by their elders For very small $TORY tl I

"'"collection+ of liabilities'-.In the gula&of a raHroad system. the world, like a man's smoking Jacket ',children no color I It so pretty as,i: One of the prettiest long garmentsseen

-- ;! A natty affair In this mode was white.A great man i ch'ldrens coats this winter was worn by a. brown-. 80 Decide toy Trustees 'of '
.That'propoal to reduce the tariff: : on Phl'lppine goods, looks decidedly '
developed In brown velvet with double are made of white derdown.. or if a Institute; Mmphlallemph's
dubious to some'of the'Senators, there being nothing to commend It, save row of soutache braid down the heavier garment Is desired white bear ,1 eyed little maid of eight years. It ,y

'that. It Is right and that the. "people'want It. ml dJ'o'of the back around the low. .(cloth !Is much liked j for Its richness was made of a dark rich red broad-

t'seek and :down the fronts, .which ':of appearance. I!cloth. A yoke of fan;-y!,outline wag .* Tenik, Dee 19 -.
Secretary Shaw. says that we want a more elastic currency. Right yon I little cioa for a child tEree ,decorated the thing s in readiness for beginning I
A |
I did not quite c'ote; but Showed a rest |t pretty u were seams w.th: machine '
,an. Mr Secretary; something ,that will stretch from one pay day to another of having old was mad oT white eiderdown (erection of tn> handsome eight
white cloth satin figured ,year i stitching. A beautiful cedar
I whlrtk-is
,sad leave some for Christmas. \ with full ibnnd'.ng to lie built,b.
coat paTtern
of white crochet buttonsa by a long r
h fonble'row :,and cuff of grey sqn'rrel. contrived trustees of the Goodwin Institute
turned back cuffs': lad
Mannish Beeves trim- s'eevcs'having!
One:of the New 'York_-"State Insurance officials" was on a."life Insnr- I P ned!*, a with ftn's braid made,ffp'a' garment a cape collar. The lecI ei of the collar I the garment A third coat wCi dada >' thls city, to be used aaa'pobgd

.inee" company's roll-but la New York they did not consider that of brown alligator !!h which U almost bury and audltorinm-
pay ; asaaythlng that the spring will probaVy find very cuffs and patch pockets were finished pm. |, > The structure w'll: staid thn

.strange'and unusual., popular. among younger women. with a silk braid having a picot I as popular as bearskin for child- nr of Madison and Third es streets i

I "fA beautiful coat that will,be much edge. The closing'jiras arranged In j j ren's cats In long coat style It was the work on the :
The new president ,of, the Mutual Life Insurance Company, will receive r I donble-breaVted : wtlh write haidinxvwin b
r i 4 favor for the very cold weather I stye l 1n'aU..filmed I with white silk' single-breasted ,gent in a few days Th
$50.000 per year. McCnrdy: got away with 150000. Score a win of 100.000 is" made of stripped mink which has frogs. Another coat was made from .I with coat sleeves and a hal ow turned wss made possible *

.ayes for the !policyholders: ; !fin ermine shawl collar and cuff The the same model tnI white bearskin,'i'Lover collar. A big satin: bow or of about $400.000 left through*y the,a.lata

garment Is made by a* Directo're pat. i I the richness of wh ch demanded no. brown ribbon was tied at the neck. A. Goodwya and win soot not
Henceforth before 1.'Pier ont Morgan buys a railroad he will go over with sleeves and Bare cuffs trimming.: ,. ,
.4 :iern. big Alligator plush Is also much liked
I 12(0400. It win be bunt ta
It himself carefully tapping. the' rails with his cant to see If any- of them ano'Wow and a chle belt of velvet fastened-with i t. .1. for muffs, collar piece*' and Goods i style and win be on* of the' ]

Bedford cord with bearskin collar as It closely resembles fur aria makes wf building la the
-!I dty.
I Iif and cuffs was prettily developed from ja pretty' setting for the face.
Jt'Is formally announced that the University of Chicago's educational I called ++i
box-shaped: : model[sometimes Shooner Russell
. is, I loading
; ...;, :force has.... been strengthened. by.the addition, of a-star- 'haIr.back.n ., C'In fur-lined coats the two most pop. i the military coat It Wat lined: throughout p I I For boys after four year of age 21. sails for Miami Dee. 24. wth
aF Jar. anJ desirable. models i are full ,i with white silk and an Interlining i the long coat b liked for daily wear go of general merchandise.
:j. It was to have been"expected that the Russian. situation_would'delolW I:.length coat and, refer shape. Grey '''was added for wa mtb. A wSlteleather though a number of reefers oT tae ever yonr. sh'pnera If you desire goods

......."" "- ........a"Charlotte. .Cordayjsooner or later.v ;:and wh're squirrel Is,the" prime'.favorite belt gave a natty finish to this I popular pilot e'ota are' 1r riL Tory com forward-oa this vesseL I
"" "-1'-.v ". .-__- --, -, -. .' 1: _,In ;for: lining althoujh, other! For elder ehtlJrenl a treater variety,|fashionable I* a, style called the Long Agents N. A. Benner ft Ov T7 ',

_ .:_ r ""',"' ''''''''...=,U yardoot- -know-: -;where-"'. -,.or.", _.-what to t?:,:boy.r'!read, .the' MetropoWt'J win' .i ten": .r...ar.*, ..worn.. .' .. of material and colors are' used. Dark ,l Piccadilly! Coat, which Is copied even er street New-Tork. Klantl'a_
\ : ypersian, Iamb bfa e velvet:was; *ed. la fB.. eonstrnc-. i'' .'rra coats'And gather;mat Geri Sir Cook Sot g4: '
.. "' .. "... : L ', T
''''' S. i,,,. <,.,,,,, _,' ..",: )

: ; 1"1: ,' ..... "
.. "'- SKEE.RUNNING. u ... __' __'r, .. ,
'''- <:of'' ... ". .., ,V ..
: Slla t.vig.rattiI' spot ........ I I

i rasateaaleatala.y C._UU.. .
Employees! of Every. Branch. Will >Skee running laot Scandinavian or.1gin '
WORK Fight the Pending Bill but has of late become quite a Style in
t fashionable sportfln other countries

CEcago .Dee .19- The railroad em0181 where natural fadiltle* for Its enjoyment
rr eilxt. ;;|
I. ,'' .In every branch of service are The skee-pronounced shee-Is, however -

HOLIDAYS SOUTHERN determined to oppose the passage of not confined sport in the Uiiiil Double Breasted Suits
of its 'nativity li :.foruis an essential
AVEL.WILL SET IN IN FULL laws In accordance with President
factor In the ]men of the jieople( : .f;? ,
FORCE-ELABORATE ARRANGE. Roosevelt's Idea of rate legislation. northern Kun>i>o, iil5un.-e-.sury uiedluo i

PMENTS.TO HANDLE CROWDS, Some time ago the Brotherhool of of travel where til country lies deep If it's style you ant, why not get one of 'our Schloss-made
buried hi snow si| Jot walking Is im
Immedtete'-y after 'the' holidays! as Railroad Trainmen,"the Order of Railroad JIO'llblt'h"u |p"" I* iliscovereJ double-breasted wits ? See how well "set up" this man looks!

teen thecae! for the past :few Conductors the Brotherhood of the hardy pea+lIn Muse Do tiwe 111 1Ir' and how crisp and\ clean-cut his clothes appear. ': Roomvshap-
ranging a fk.v I littit ngaiust tie en ,
-esr., the Northern tourUts will Locomotive Firemen and the Switch ly fashionable
com- emy. Whore tb.fot: lends they follow aid comfortable. This' smart style
jxnence to pour Into JackllOn'l"ilJe..aJ'I': men' Union discussed the matter and nail too !'tu'lit.t self ire"rvatlju makes a fair figure look well V 1
.'be Tlmes-Cnloru ;i appointed committees for the purpose is so strung tli.itJi!;though iiuMiiberi of a good figure i im- $15 _

YAn the railroads will inaugurate of bringing; about concerted action on the party.drop t>y ifiv way from fatigue pressive, you sho ild see what, it would do for you'jat'"!
and cxhuiMtiou |the fittest Luuti-r
.,,!1 fast Florida trains commencing the pan of the five targe organiza-.
pros uu till the < "$t'oct of the chase Uattaliiwl. :i
.b 1 In January, but tong before this, tions. '
j1the' hotel, people and railroad agents I A committee, composed of representatives Ou its native siv It|>w8 the tti-e ira !

'are J expecting many tourists of the five organizations wl.l used as n means of:ettiutf through the 1 1 You Will be Surprised

t H| Although; .,the tourist travel to Floe I hold a mass meeting here this,afternoon days work and |>Bered little iuduee- KY 'jr
I 11ea has been earlier this thanuaat meat towurd retreatiou and reluxa-
| season to discuss the matter and decide
'j-ears. many regularvisitorsTier I(I upon' some plan of holding a mass tluu.adoption Hut where lu theltillljcountries sk'-e can be descended of Its- to see the value in these j $15 suits.

remaining at home for the meeting of railroad employees for the at lightning qeeJ{ anllh..re one
You '
istma holidays. purpose of protesting against the proposed finds the Iwt'lJ..tid..Ugbt' in the mere may think it a little !! price for a t,

f.Daring the first part of next month rate legislation. In their opinion fact of traveling, |kee ruuuIuK has takenCthe good suit. It is. But sbme'of the '

diD; -to Information received bT'Gtel such legislation would mean a subSequent : place.of titling both 811 a national I'

proprietors and railroad men, reduction in wages and they j and a faslfjuuable pastime. same suits would be marked $20 or '
The art of Juicing on seems was .
winter excursions will commence. will make effort to prevent the .
every first brought to |i>romlnent notice by -
_i..Merchants'and Miners Transport. passage of such a law It Is believed I the peatants' of Teieinarkeu. to whom more in a swell New York store and

Company has arranged to bring that a strong lobby will be sent to running, leaping Wad glissading down l be called I
bargains at that.
union i an H' to' Florida; the f\ hIngton to work against rate i g.1 hliliiide on this [t\picturesque footgear These suits .

yd -l feteamshlp Line has arranged to come as naturally >s walking in bouts 715 : -
*. islation. V ; are good enough for If
IE an.
I and the any you
,them; special trains will be run does to us. By by Norwegian

h from the.:North to Florida FRESH FOOD FOR' of enervating the towns existence.ontto\ lead during an the Indolent winter 4 want more expensive ones, we have
ilea i the,many dally through train*. THE FLEET months, were 8ttracted to the skee KI them and less
too but look at these
e> prospects for an enormous win- as a possible means of healthy: amu e- bet ,

'travel, to Florida Is brighter this Washington ,Dec. 19The NI1'1'' meut To such p lrpoee did they apply first. Made in all the best. cloths' '
lOcal themselves in acquiring and perfecting ,
than ever before. AU
Department has arranged to purchase '
f* have'received requests for'reetlone'forapecal'parties after competitive bidding; In NewYork, soon themselves outdid in their the teachers fiew sport, the that country they plain colors and fancy patterns \Ve r rf

for]the cold storage provisions to be delivered folk In skill and'(daring.
4 all
';two.,month The tourists] all to tie naval vessels In Southern waters. Nor Is indulgence! in this invigorating are showing the best things in ,suits,

e that the'rush to Florida';'will .. Hitherto thesesupp'.les! hare pastime confinedyto the male portionof at $10.00 $12.00 $15.ooand;; $2000 l' s+

''';.heavy. this season and they I are been bought from one contractor who the community|Till recently wasnot ];
"- ehnces hotel considered "<-ol'n<<" for ladles to and higher. Let us show them
securing to
.no had a monopoly on the delivery of you
stir, bat habit has broken down the
odattona:after .reaching Jack- refrigerated supplies In the West In barrier and remember have
of prejudice and now skeelng :J -.u we everything in to
Yme: .. dies. Better prices and competition Is the national sport of Scandinavian ran, ia aca6 'J

'R''Already 0 the hotel managers and can be obtained by purchasing the 1I"0men.-TaUl'r. lhl.ble. '.._' .......,......-y Winter Furnishing, a FAIR Prices. :\ '

..._ .of. the, regniar east coast ho- meats In New York and sending them .
baTe: South ,to prepare for leer "Sl.term.,
gone sonrh as refrigerated food on commercial '
rush. Soon:the hotel help wDl : steamers, an arrangement of "Have you thl Wes here?*' asked thetliiild \
young uian.Sure ||
ye; la" great numbers.- this eon having been made by the naval ," said tliefdazzling- blond behind -

ttntomobile partlelhue already pay officer The supplies will be the counter.fcFor: yourself R..W. RHODES

,- ,through en{route,to the east delivered to the vessels during their "Oh, dear, no"[ *!ld the timid young r

s& and, many' more' parties :are jrlnter manoeuvres In the .south-and man: "for my sister.." .
overland In their handsome I The d., b. Iui>rM I a trayful of thimbles
; sill assure them.of the best kind of

Ing,care., provisions during the entire season. maw down inspected on the thijul iouate"dubiously.. The By young and ,322 Twelfth Stree
.ne: railroads leading I into Floridausaa Iliuble "
br be selected a and stuck .It
), are aU offering holUay rates on the end of his pDger. I

eXwlll" :. no doubt attract many)vis- HOTEL ARRIVALSSan "That seems a E i jtty good fit," he r Outfitter to Men, Youths and BoysThe
>.the'Suuni B dA1rVady marked. 11"l.t'S'agr t.X

the.aJnnce.. ard of tourWiwho Caros Emory Clark," Danla; d tb4 d. b, "It's all right: .
for you, but it Will be a mile too big vlt.. J .Xc
have during past Mrs. J. W. Pinch. Wisconsin; F. .
for fourlster i'.t:|
.. chased ..handsome. homes 'on east' G. Twltchrfl, Baltimore; R." B.Sur- The timid young plan turned red.

-A'west ea..tS,-have";One' South' for Ihen, Cuba; )Irs'. L. A. Thomas and "011. I don't know." he said. "She Is

_'Swlater. : : _. maid. "*" a big woman Ui hand is about.the I -

speiklngTto: a hotel man'yester- Everglade E. WT. Hendricks R. same size a* mln.? V'V
to'the'.travei'of.tourthwart W. Hendriclu. Jacksonville. So the young Jan bought the thim- Loan
ble. The d. b. chuckled. City Office
; during ..the"present Southern.H.. F. Gelges and wife. ,
.. .. fhe remarkedtsjmany hive Hallandale; Robert Glender. KeyLargo me." she said. ",,. dldn'L That thimble i

e"earner In the,ae son. that 'this ;' W. A., Tracey and wife Miami! ; was 'for him.. | Lots of men buy

Bter.win- be the- banner tourist year. Morris R. Keene and wife. BenJ. O. thimbles for themselves, but I never Opposite the Post'Of1c Miami Florida ti'P

::11or1da.ft'hi."fact. $heaner. Reading. Pa.; Joseph H.Norton yet found one that would own up. They ,

remains nndlsputed >ndIJ' New York; H. 8. Hath.awajr.Bos- always spin thatiame old yarn about P h r
their sisters. Tha extraordinary de- ;
?;fin' ;;, 'generaWy' known .because :theserrations ton; J.. M. cCormlek, St, Angus- mand for thimbles from male shopper l

Nearly.in November tine.. ofj either
Indicates one. !two things
McaU 'a great,'tourist travel Hotel ,BlscayneV: D.' Palmer, Miami; bachelors are 0J1 the Increase or married Hints Ion Christmas

'*".'now.behind. the desks at th*>lo- Mrs. A. C. A?>erger, ,Philadelphia! ; men ha..e.tO mend their own Shopping *
J hotels spent the simmer' iontta w. E. Dobbins Baltimore; ,J. Dun- clothes." J1 l ''la
-'theNorth. riel;'boY rro what nock Northhampton, Mass., ; T. L. *
m Nela..lk.
J' y"',heard there that many more;vls- Wilson, St Augustine; I. Handell Two or three ;days.c-.before..**. the bat If your friends are many knd your pocket book low we 'are the people to come"'b

''w1n 1 'come to'Florida this season and Mrs., Handell. New York: Mr. and tle of Trafalgar it;;boy on the Victory I !"'

'dumC' past years.ltlbJcamtomobne.races'wUl.' Mrs! S. M.. Duty Clevelanl; C. J. carelessly firjl to a bottle of ether. WATCHESDOSS"14

attract Rogers Palatka; W. E. Bonney.Oma- The result was that the names extended

"yVnt the",real beauty of the pen- ha; O.,A.. Stowers New York;- J. C. to some sails tend also to a part of for ladies, gent or
'" the ship. There !was a general confusion children; there is only r
State. Its mTd.bamv climate, ,LonUvllIe.
-running with buckets and what one way to get an
and delicious
.:.bei. intUnl flowers' not-and, to' makl:matters worse, the Elgin or Waltham -

.,.I fruits are the attractions that BILL FOR DIVORCE fire was rapidly extending to the pow watch under! price and t

aw;the. tourists, 'to the,land. -of-flow-- der magazine. fe| that way is open to
;- During the hubbub Lord Nelson was you at our story Sol
:J"J': (a the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial In the chief cabin:;wrttlng dispatches .. id gold trom $25 up. dlr
Circuit of Florida: la and for His lordship beard,the noise he could r' Filled case, 10 and ,,, .
P"'. SHAW WAS) 1 Dade County-In Chancery.Laura' not do ;otherw }-and so, In a loud + + :Ojeargnar.di7.00up r

..ORDAINED. MINISTER E. landers. Com uanaat vs. voice be called oat! .
,r-V -, -What's. all that:note. about r The
William H.'Zanders, Defendant-BIO CHAINS
E boatswain answered:
C Miamian Is New'. 'Cwigrtga- for DtT rte.-
"My lord, the 1 loblolly! boy's set fire to If are thinking
Preacher at Ormond To William JL Zanders defendant lathe you
RntJoatal an empty bottle; laid Its set ore to the r ; x abont chain we have ,,

: above foregoing styled, cause: ship." If, stunning ones at pri- +x ;.:
from the Daytona .appearing from the affidavit of "Ohr said NeljOO. That's- aQ u UJ ces that will make ... '
the following Laura E. Zanders, complainant la the I thought .the enemy had boarded;ins ...r.a.. you wonder Solid!,Gold Waltham or z
Newa; relative to former: 1O- and'taken 01, all?prisoners. Ton and "'
.Ii at Interest above entitled cause that you art a loblolly must put:it out and take care Elgin 14 k.

''Cap4;H. B. Shaw, of Ormond, nonresident' of the State of Florida, we're not blowu-jtep: But pray .make SOl.1D.COLD" $2'X
and .wldety known is now a sad that TOUT' whereabouts, residence U little noise about It u you can, or 1 Solid Gold, 14 k for $35.00 RINGS,

of the gospel having been and postofflee address are tq complala- can't go on with fay dispatches." And Waltham or Elgin 15 jewel
"*"' with these words Nelson'went to-hi I
ant unknown, ; with prices ranging a'
3 .
mad accepted, by the Can and'coutinged
desk his with
Therefore,: under aaJ pursuant to from 50: up. Money
Church, sit' Ormona, e
yen the greatest coolness. refunded it satisfac-
the !await the State of Florida, tt Is wta' k
afternoon, is not .
;> lion given.BARKINGS
irttatlons, were extended to th.H berebi'0f4ere4that' you are hereby' ee.e eeleet ........., ..
to to the bill Alarlc of th4 ,and
i at Daytona; SeahreeM, New required appear, Bled king Visigoths their "
against yon in the above cause oa the victorious leaderwas burled about
and Lake Hel-
Orange'City first In tha 1.100 years ago br; his soldiers In the
Monday February same
0o'send tbelr#pastor and one del- : bed of the river tfiusento. In southern to sltisfy the most
'eer betel the lta"day thereof A....D. .106. / fastidious '
first wateri ,
each,to partldpattithe Italy They jtorned the Into ,
Rer. S. r. Cat, of_Jackevnnd and a rUle'day thereof. another.channel,:and after burying : ..
'Ber. C. M, Blnguam.y 'It' !is further ordered that this order their chief and btsi treasures, let them a CUFFLINKS '

were'alao present in- be published la the Miami: Metropolis, flow,back again. |ills. grave was dug

Shaw has been a newspaper published! to the.city of, by'prlsone whe_ ;;were all afterwardput V Our choice collection
Captain to death, so that the Romans might of cuff links 4V"
Miami Dade :County, Florida, once provides
__j at Pomona, but as his"home never find his 1trI.. -
each for eight consecutive weeks an extraordinary op-
week ,
induced burled
*:0rmond. he was; Into Attila king of tiie Huns was
ttOatotrr at that place."., It Is f1 further ordered that copy of A. V, 453 on a wide plain in three coffins _
rsr- this 'orderbe posted at the CourtHouse -one 'of goMbe: of silver and the chattelaine and
'door lathe' County of'Dade, third of Iron.. Iiiihis cue,'too. all the e' + y4 dress suit cases both
the best chances ) ,
btTe caie..pt, Done and ordered pursuant to law prisoner who were compelled to dig ..' 'i;' x! nobby and durable ,, ,
E.tlresnnent" In Miami real' -estate, at' Miami, Florida Dade County this his grave"were Immediately killed. 'J',: a',.",. just the thing for a I _
which will,pay 25 per cent Another secret Burial in lafer historywas Xmas gift also a fine:; ,
of November, A. D. 1905. '
te thie., PI'C,,. Brosaier" 27th' : day* that of Ferns t| l-J Avenue D. or C. C. Car 'A. K. DEARBORN coverer of the \flH;.ls lppI, whose coP; 'jiQ case. Cuarante and dressing table 10 year CtSE': good American,
Clerk CircuitCourt. On was sunk at niidnlght' in the mlddlei year sets, you may rest as. _
i Avenue Drooms (Ct.'CL ,Sear By J. L. Pherigo D. C. of tbe brand stfetim to conceal h!< :good, :, Amr movem't $8 lured will satisfy any movement;> for $7.00 ;
death from the nsUves, who bad becu b lady -
JO: ,. A. Woriey,; _
for rant vor fight ill -
told that he was Immortal child ofthe I
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PACE- -FOUR' _"_. .p -"-- El; "HE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS' TUESDAY, DEC LEER. II,.1105.. ., "I / t'f': : : := "' -"Y ;:::: PAOC*'J VOKO9O9QKmJ ,
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-w |peace of the State and probably paused -
* serious outbreaks.In :J I;
the meantime the government

has strengthened its hands In many Maynard' & Son Jeweler

Warranty deej. Mo'!'ie Green and!i I ways. In the first place extensiveprecautions ,
I have been taken to suppress -
husband to Leander Fisher, In satisfaction r* I li
!I at a moment's notice any popular -
of mortgage, south 1-2 of se 1-4 outbreak. In Ihe second place $
of sw 1-4 section 18, tp. 54 south range the government has compromised f1

41 eastWarranty ,with the coalition In regard to the universal (
deed J. ((j.' and Rosa Holy suffrage question, and although

1 to James. Huntly 'for I $75 certain I I I the opposition Is not full,\ tlalleJ. it
land In section 6, tp. 48, south, range e
crisis has been
43 eastWarranty deed Marcellu' Dearbornto ''''Is avoided believed, or at that least the, temporarily post- Ideal Gifts for Christmas 1 1In

session today
:poned.: The opening
H. R. Peacock for! $130 fire acres but order

o east In, Becton! 10. tp. 54, ,sojath! .I' range 41'" '!':was was maintained extremely by stormy means of strictly all' their richness and beau y at prices that never have been known in this

deed, \.. STGramling et.!I IMortpge !:i enforcing An enormous the rules crowd of was Parliament assembled I city. \V e buy direct from the rr anufacturer and save you the middleman'sprofitr

nz to Mrs, Geo. Stonehouse for $400 : <
lamd:In front of the Parliament building : '
'north one-half lot 23, block 38, }[ : I' "
I but police officers were scattered in
tF Temporary license to practice medIndne large numbers and suppressed hostile Diamonds Watches

"t R. Cosun?:State Jr.Medical,' Examiners; to J. !demonstration and Silverwear .

i Deed, Boston & Florida At'antic I Rich Jewelry and Art Goods. Fine Cut Glass and hand China '
Coast.Land Co.. to Bl M. Potter for: For Sale 500 Porto Rico, 5,000 -painted

200.. ten acres In 'section 8, tp. 47, !Red Spanish Pineapple s'lpL Box 697 I l i tI -
oath, range 43 east. 'I j;Miami. I r Choicest and most beautiful patterns ol high grade wares., .
Warranty deed. ,Mary'A. PeJen to fl. Mail Orders hick consist of |the latest creations and exclusive designs. This Store ; w
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Quality is tbe great lever, and in every honest comparison we .
Vary A. Burnett for $75. four and one- r always !get the credit of beta!; the lowest priced bouse in our j
half acres, section 5; tp., 53. south TELEPHONES _i! i! are promptly filled. line. The prices re irresistable. In fact they spell economy the frugal shoppers'

range 42. east EVERYWHEREYour ; t All goods purchasin. its truest form Don't delay! Make lour purchases earl r buying headquarters -.
t Declaration of Intention! F.J.Ken" r ed from us engrav- We WILL PUT T EM AWAY UNTIL YOU WANT THJlI fairly .bristles

nedy,' subject of King of Great Brit- Doctor ed Free of Charge ,
" United Your Lawyer Next Postoffice with Big,, Bargains
Ian, to'become a citizen of the Your TradpeODle to Miami Florida
State Your Friends
I All Have Them I
t Release of mortgage.. Dade County
Qecarlty.to.to A. J. Campbell et u.j If PAYS THEMT "

I I Our city rates are low

OF'PARLIAMENT I IBudapest. I'rtra e n.rn''Phoeee. qnarflt,Qj R
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Parliament ot meat the prerallel reopening, which here of wa'today,*the*prorogued on Hungarian account on MIAMI TELEGRAPH TELEPHONE CO. & 'The MAD Waste if Money in Ms! Buying I

.' October 10'to on_ prevent pan of.:a'the hostile Coalition demonstration ,'321 K 12th St. Miami' Florida I zvv

which: would have, endangered ,tie ,

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I [)on't' throw youf,moaey away on useleeful U fancy toys and Novelties, che jewelry, etc. Buy. sensible ti

t tI i I and every day needed articles. Few| men care for fancy waste baskets, old clothes bags,'jewelry ,

I:I' i of Ji he like. Did you ever see a man who 1 h Lid more ties, hosiery, underwear shoes, hats, etc., than heeded
The Result
J ? They are like silver dollars, al'wa ys uvful: and will keep. I I IMnk ; '

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& : Progress J F it Over aDd Bu| Sensible Gifts f for li this Christmas *


S.nart-progressive shoe manufacturers have begun to I LENBERG SUITS ;:is onto a reminder of 'thtt great TS
That ar appreciated Clapp Shoes, ,
s, realize that the specialist are pushing ahead of the "general d tutu in the new 1 06; cut Coats reiy! of designs in our hosiery'depart
line" houses.The. specialist has the task of making his one art much longer lias season straight l Knox Hats, Pajamas House_ Slippers meat Our stock. U larger IL.1ne..er-

line heir, of shoe? the' very best possible for-the public to obtain I military! front in all hack suits. The Royal Pam Shirts, Hose Bath Robes before anJ by tar the hest values! : we

at,- price, (jinoulders( pad I 11i, trousers cut fuiL at hip' ,.small at Sweaters; Umbrellas Handkerchiefs: ,for ns by Arnold. Constable ft:' Co.

*Ltom. THhe largest and most seSft Dress S t Case, Overcoat 'II1J't''t from Germany. The greatest
'f market In the "'1"-. Price
,line in the city for you to choose '
( ,. Prices $12, $15 $18 and $10.00 SS cents to $500 per pa.;.
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I "Now the maker. of Dorothy Dodd shoes for women 'hare f -
made nothing else for tear'- Their whole energy is bent,toward h I: '
'(_ making their shoes superior to the women' shoes of thegenera11ine ;>' ,I ,; BOYS SUITS.
,z manufacturer and to beat his j>rice So; :when _--, I In the new effect In double breast
'Ton buy a Dorothy,Dodd you know you are getting' tbe very <; :XMAS NECKWEAR [''at sixes. Price: $150 to $7.00 ''
vaJne'for Some new allle1'1u.t..arnv& J: ,
oe t: your money. .
',., i They are reasonable at.'. ,. Vg line In the new 2 and one half In. '' It Mother's friend Shirt, :S abu &1I.d.
,j shirts for boys, price 60c, 85c $1.25
ties. Some beautiful -
wide! fuijr !In hand
: Boys pants In the famous Bann-Doa
: $3.00 and ,$3.50 KNOTH BROTHERS SUSPENDERSljke BELTS AND cobra In oyster greys, snow I Brand, will not rip nor wear .oat 'like
t : drifts Alice blue eta Our stock. Is other makes. Price 50 cents np.
Knox Hats and Edwin Clapp -
IT ; < so larg that we. can salt the moat I 50 Pop Guns to be given away free 1.
hoes, stand .at the head I'la belt and '
Miami ,Aloe1Co, 'i''i.uspeuder-making., Price'''25 cents np critical.1 I Price :25 cepts to $100. I II, one with every boys' colt. purchased.II v

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: L Knothes f suspenders-'have1 I, nothing but the best elastic Itjhe 1 them and Sweaters, Edwin)t''J Clapp., Shoes Usle ThreadsnwMr Night', ,

xr j )\[i finish and workmanship Is 100 per cent, perfect. Prii:e of belts Shirts, .Umbrella. Knox I I'Felt Hatl,-Fanc,- Belts, Suspenders Bath '

.' WrIte now' ............50 to $4.00 Robes-..... Suit Cues erJTrunka
Kb., 1228 for oar new fO..cents to,$200.; Price! of suspenders cuts I..
SilverMounted, -
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pincushion. 100, r
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: 4'w' lustratingDiamonds Bed Room Shirts II II IIi

: J Slippers for fine, dress wear fast ;
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ii colon and tailored to ;
Watd1 1 style and aha, ,..' ,, t tin
sl .- l !jo every black and they fit Price' $100 and :, +
l t, all sizes 'and all width $150..
.Jewelry, l Dongola slippers, $1 3 Majestic shirt 1.25

; a docks.Silverware. 3 to fenuAlligator$2.00.;:: fo j $1.50 and $150 Others -

F J* j I : Holiday $2.50.French Kid RomeoxPrice | $1 .00. 75cT5ocKdwtn : : '
$5.00 .e IT' ;
r NoveltiesGut Glass 1 1:
+- ,... and bon mwc'II :Trunks., anit, teletcopes. ,
n 1, !it;! '' Knox and Stct.l.n fine soft Men ,terse casea -,
,4t ,b lass NMW. .NT Mdkg Iklf"* Clapp$6ard$7Khof' ., > jT! hats, price $5.00 all.,sizes_ and color, priers hasty -etc.' Price, of'
F I '; '. "j; Diamond Brand sboc$3", Ycnnp nr *. fcit)0 t hat at $t. to $-I.W )jl| trunks, $3.50 to.. $).},tN)
I ; Walk-Over Mice S3.50and Men's bath robe in beanti-, r
.. $ ) and $5.:0 I
i1SSIiSfic1101! ; Onaranteei:(Nil orders rtcdre prompt nd:cartfd aUenflMQGreenleaf >$400Krippendorf Freemen Bros hat.. $1.:<1 ful weave $3.50 and $ .OIt Fuit ca..e $1,50 to $15.00
ladies' .hocs C",..("M).......di't! .50 Men.. underwear in.cotton, .
3 'I'J talk and wool $.50 to $_00 Men'Irggins.icc, to $_"00 ,
and ox .
$ & Crosby Co. -
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Useful and Ornamental I' Christmas! Gifts


j DESKS Combination Book"Case and TABLES

'. Exquisite pattern, bright"i and rob- For office and borne; attractive and Writing DeK?| Never before In the history of our f PARLOR. LAMPS CUTLERY ,"'
"'deed. color combinations; Just tie desirable and splendidly made. An Very pleasing designs, quartered furniture such department have we saon Among them are choice metal lamp i II We carry in this department. 0- '
den!gn for parlor:, library. hall or. oak and mahogany, highly polished, an array of tables from tie and beautiful handpalntej lamps :;famous
;jbu appropriate gift for Christmas, Oak, small oak to the band carved mahogany 1817 Rodgers Plata kartwfork
room, the finest assortment
glass door, finest make. with large globes to match. -
+j-to be found In Miami. quartered oak and mahogany. A splendid Christmas Gift. table! Prices and styles All are and spoons Which, make a
: hardly equaled anywhere. j I fitted with latest Improvement, I useful and durable gift ... "r

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Street l\I.IiarY'l:
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j We are Now.'Ready to Furnish I .Of hone35_ |"|, JY a|, KING |:if 1.sldence 'Phone' .68 I t=.

*if. Tribune, Snel Undertaker- Embalmer w. F. MILLER -

and other .. 1300 AVENUE D |!:| THE UNDERTAKER

makes RESIDENCE 210 7th STREET PHONE 25 ,j.
: of Bicycles 413 I2SrRS, T

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f _! ersoiml Jfc $ jjot#- ]JMrg. are prominent)[r.comfortably and residents Mrs. located Thomas. of ghlladelph at W.the Ware residence } -,, Send us Your Orders===for > '

of :Mr. and :Mrs. J. N. LummuB l.
t ; W. M. Goode, of Ojus is In i R. O. Tooke |and wife, of Cosroc- corner of 12 street and Avenue 6. Sodas' GingerAle ,
ojiiya whirl of OUI- I are at the ObI0'Home: on Ninth St.We I 1 aatCUKK THE'/ELT. ''
t i-The; bicycles and: other I want 200 or 300 acres In one Yacht supplies always on hand at andSeltzer !t :-
goods' are the best standard I bod,.. Beck, Wilson ft Hnddleston. have just received a fine line of Keller & Lasseter Grocery Co.. 13it: :cigar within react 'wlea .... M

goods on the market fancy Christmasf/boxes..//. Candles suit Avenue D. Water Better have oae or in good' tme.. {
We have several fine small country able for Cbristalas. dfU. I ,than a dozen of Inferior -IIt7.,

,'brd end other). Tires.Ceaster p'aces for sale cheap Beck. Wilson ,J et.rour mince pies; for your Christmas I Havana tobacco mar 1e Ws. Idss..

Brakes filled to old &'HutJleatolLl BROSSIER, mutts.. REAL ESTATE. I dinner at Seybold'a Bakery. We .bat that doe Bot prevmt w jTils< .
;;: our customers
-. use nothing but Helnz'a best the sreefsato
: .All work guaranteed \ "F.-, !If.. Daughtery, of Piper, City,.',O,'' For. Sale -, :light: draft auxiliary' I I' meat. mint i and Nothing invigorating more healthy than 'HAVANA FILLER FOR CENT w
Best new wheels for .lent la Stopping at the Ohio Home. yawl' SS feet hjl 1)J feet 9 Inches by j pure Bodas. Our syr- The
2, feet, New b< |"i Inquire Miami Boat A report was current this morning ups are pure and our Henna Martina makM a tnty* ,
51' 12th Street. Blue 'Front a ,Ktller ft Lasseter Grocery Co., snceessors Works. M .,. ':that a carpenter living on Second SlL Mail bottles orders new and will clean.receive the good best amok leaf., havtag.th ton arese aL
to Wilson! & Flye, 1314 held
Are.D. was up near his borne last night prompt attention
will; cell for your order and deliver Mr. and Mrs p. H. Brailey: re ,by a hobo, who Demanded his moat I1AYES.i
Garroli& ClarkBurkhart I good* 'pi unaptly' Phone 33. turned bomb thrtf jnornlns from.a few The mechanic fortunately had his 7
I days' visit! to |heir daachtor, Mrs I]i iXV. I!tnfe: opened In his pocket and ln teajl THE CIGAR MAN, ;

y r 1 BRaSSIER, means,REAL ESTATEA. I D. Gritting fit Jacksonville.. i|lot coming out with his wealth as he Acme OPPOSITE HOTEL BISCA7NH,
,had been told to do, brought out the Bottling "
r B. Carter left Saturday for A 'full line o |I.owney's packagegooals i weapon and attacked his assailant, I
,' Lawrence, Kan., to '' It Works Office rooms for rent la,the :
spend the hat b and loose,.!chocolates at Sey-['Dieting several very painful woun'in ,I oiis Mrroj'k
Yr tiara with the old folks at home. JioU's Candy.Stp1 rt.Brossler '!! his body before he could make 1118 1 I .i h Mratu wat of Ic Factory building.BROSSIER %
OCR AND GI7NSMIJ.II t ',. ,I:escape. The name of the '. '
Fruit cake; the best that can' be j I jt could not be carPf'nt1 r : mean. Safe Investment
: Expert Repairing i- wants; to list your property j ascertained, ,
made ar 8ej-bo!d'. Bakery. j Md" i could any physician be i
venue C between lath and'13t St. I
& : For Rent Nicely furnished apart had dressed the wounds of the Injure I '
Furnished rooms 121 Tenth St. 'I manta for hopseltFsping.! No children '!man. A-Pv bf.OI
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rtjhe wanted 312:! I4ffi!street !: r_
OaKs The finest assortment of candles ;i Pon't forget the prize of Ten Do!?. -
& '+. evl-?'displayed here at Seybo'd's Can C. N. JohnsoGt,4'!wife and daughter I tar* offered at the Motln Shootin 1
: j; '\. t : dy Store., of Fairmont, >UDn., and who.,have j Gallery for Christmas. J. R. Joh: 4w
:Comer 13th r spent East! season here and taught:son has already taken two prizes. L Li Att.rabtlvI
; L. F. Lanier of Jacksonville IB a two lots on 8tb'!'|street, will return;

i'and Avenue B a I J-! recent newcomer. He Is located 'i: the Smith bonne- on 7th street and a'neat cottage oiC; one of his! lots under -i j The southern headquarters of the .
Royal Palm Park Avenue C.Wanted. headway which they will occntrj j: Hermannsoehne, (Sons ot Herman .
', *'H t:the National German Organizationwill eats

,'>1 Open Dec.:: lst:, f Party will store piano I can locate several'3,3, homesteads' on be located in Jacksonville which! :
., 1' for use-of It. Apply.Metropolis. of the Florida Kerjfwth| water front 'I will be heralded wIth great Joy by iF.
'.RMacGrlff! '-' 'Prop. fice. Panics interested=can get Informationby I the Germans of the Stale. Mr. OJ- : C. Brossier Son offer so ire specially attractive intJellments -

,J __ 1 writing I car Seewald. the general in
: seeing or Gea L.',Macdonald -: organlztr interest bearing property both in
;" I Our Xmas stock"of candy Just arrived : ,. Cocoanut Grave. .1 for the Southern States It anxious and the. ,city *
today. You will be sure of getting' RMt" to get tbe name and address of everY country. Ire solicit rorrfsponde'lre on the following

a t MOffAT'S DIet store.,"fresh- candles at'SerboliTs candy, ; Bny.your.can!' less 4 where -yon have German In the State who' U either, list, and we doubt that for an incestment, you ran find-,
: German born or shaking German. A* iio where in this
country a
largest : : place trill
the variety to choose from. ( yield you as: :
It is one of the obJeeta'.of the -
Get for Seybold carries tt$ biggest line. of candles Hefmannsoehna much for the money invested'' as right here. We
orange* Xmas at Keller ft: to 'be In ,touch with ap have ;
:Dairy Lunch Lasseter Grocery Co.. 1314 Avenue D (In this city|.| the Germans. In the State, so citrus groced that are netting their owners handsome inter y
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/ your.name to Mr. Oscar & sent est'on the money invested
hare -
'' ""j i'f- Messrs. J. H. Tatum ft Co, bye Ten thousand grapefruit tree reaJy aonTlJ1 Fla" The organization property both resi-
including rented the cottage at No. 223 Fourth for, planting. at prley's Nurseryone strictly benevofent and protectivq.with deuce and business, that is paying as much as 20 percent
.new street to'Mr. and Mrs.Harry T. Budge mile west. of 'Cocoannf Grove B. R. sick, accident: and fnsnrancfeaturea '> and nothing less than 10 wit. Ire ran to ;

'.lM iIdJn making the hey having leased their Thirteenth Station., Pricer.reasonableBROSIER An organization of that 85 OO invested here icill\bring\ in prope you
street-.,residence lb. tourists for. then 1U' order will likely be ,perfected In tJIIf a.illromeol
si and neatest, 'di season.. m4 ne Safe -hive bmnts aml'at an early date. 888 per annum, or little, over 16 and tied'thirds. per cen
[room In the qty:I Nothing nicer, or more appreciated c ; React over this list of propertyand =

k' f'i4N for,a .Xmas gift than a nice box of I'
,; : bDEAt..PLACEfFOR fine! candy. At Seybold's Candy Store. pr make your selection
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LADIES, For Sale A
-J; good gasoline launch,
... I new engine'and,all In good repair.! A Reliable. prescriptions reliably- filled. ,is, n phrase containing "If. "and" 50x100: cn Avenue D.. two 'story n'A'good business pro *rtl, in this
:1f'Coenecttd. with a saloon. bargain-' Apply to 0; H. Snyder. at and: "but"1 oCjthe;! policy of our prescription department. Whatever when bnilding-.income now$30 per month, heart of the business district, i n-
> completed will be SOU Price come $60(1.) first
-. I Miami, Fish Co. your doctor order for you that you will get.if his prescription Is placed $3500. 5j down, bal. lear) ) $73X00 *e- y

|:-Bitterm. .t every day at :[I '. ;... "'- in"r.l a1 1t >'othlng will be missing.naught will_be substituted Iand2jreara !k-rootn
,5c a' ,glass. Light reirestuneots The Magic City Shooting Gallery for some drug;or chemical we have not in stock. Spite of our accuracy I 50 x ISO Avenue H cor4th. This. income-
served dor win give a turkey to'the party.making 'and. 'eare.we .00 not'charge excessively., Ask your friends sal neigh property has four house on it. $180.0ii; .>> per rear, price $1250: two:, r
the best score this week boa about oir] of I The total income i it $828 per annum thirds cash balance. on time
way putting up prescriptions-everything else In
...iaH, hours.14oor 'the and if to be Hold for cash, price I''
drug HneWB. CARRY. CANDIES $7350Here's JA
neat cottage
i on Second
Miami :- {H : street.,
eaat bi Avenue Doe l3thProHt Seeing by aotomobn*. Lef- I AVCI between D and C. for {1259 each..
1aUdiq.1rIailD'I toe ft: dale'opposite postJfflct. have CORNER" 04 C-and TWELFTH" STREET : MIAMI FLORIDA another property one store' Lot 50x150.An '
and three houses
: u up-to-date ear,for 11re- j $720 per }
annum price cash, $4750 .
'-; -7": -, -- ,';:- ,, __,'" '" ., ._:, __. _, { artistic one s\ory 'cottage..
.I A nice four room cot tape, cen- and two lots, in desirable location
trail/ located. $100.CO down balance To .appreciate this property yoa;. t'
$20.00 per month price$900.00 I want to lee it. Price $4ooo.UO

r. ... Christmas Opening of Toys and I
;u ) furnished We have at the modest cream rates.of the We have district rooms for for rent rent.both, House famished neatly JS$

: "' and unfurnished from ROW per month,,land up. We handle all kin**of 35
t14 .3 J i'N: Goods; property.from Palm,Beach to Key West and will be pleased to bow yon v "&

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c '' '',' i Je, want : F.I Brossier & Soil J
everybody to'come and see our.Grand display'of Toys and Holiday.Goods. As In- v
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./> one ducemenf.we coming Into will the give store.a chince,,Remember free on you a Settee do not. have and:Rocker to. buy to made get achance.onry of Mountain to Laurel come to and every see Successors, to (C. (C. (jarro.11|| The Homeseekers, Agent .,

Main office IJX)) Ave. D, t
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frizes :to' 'be: drawn December; 18th at three ti o'clock l 'i in 'the '
J ..." afternoon, Miami [ :
"f aj, 1 Conservatory of Music:

.SMITHSBOORSTORT v 225 Twelfth. Street

[Eastman Kodaks: and Waterman Ideal Fountain Franklin Coleman .Bash. Director.

I I ; European trained faculty. An artist in charge of each
: > men!. Piano depart. '.
Supplies Pipe 5FaB' Poise Violin. Mandolin. .
Pens, tion. Physical Culture French, German and Spanish. Eloc*
\I1\MIUV J 1 .1: and Hiatory Music of Music Classes' |It( $urrow' Kindergarten Haraonr and- ,
Primary ;;
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Diplomas Granted Upon Graduation..,

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Morrltfpwn. N. J.., have come,to Mi .

A = Town s.mlliQr M Rev.the winter.H. 6. Porter's They are on stopping 11th IN'Eof

AK ] [ lopiGS !l street Belt, "W'JM ,, ] r-

j tab'e board 14 per week. W..1t'Resthrant I t __ .! 1 .1 J

,U3 Avenue D. .

Mrs. Chas. A. Beers and daughter- I ..

c. New Frank Good Gallatt, the well known'pawnbroker I I are expected to come to Miami the <: BPJOSSIER!, means-Safe. Investments I line of ,

s ha just received a splendid latter week In this month to join Mr. IJij I
Ms* Anne Da'vU has returned from j. ) .a
,assortment.of diamonds, chattelalnes' :'I Beers who I if baring an eepntstone Florence, S. C., where she was sum- I.
etc. which'he ig offering at very rear ,residence erected. on 7th streetDon't modE some days ago by the' sudden Christmasbeautiful

';aonab.e! prices. 1 IllnJei of her mother who died last :
1 I give $3 for a feather pillow
week} from paralysis. Miss Davis
,Java- Anna Ross, public stenographyer. i when $1 will pay for a sponge pillow, hasie sincere sympathy of many .
office at F. C. Brossler & Son which.1. better.
frleds In Miami as well as at Bal- .
1200 1-2 Avenue D. corner 12th rt.SROSSIER .
_tlm/e and Florence. Though shehasbeen .
f < rents and Insure
We vy taxes eowect If !
I We In thlsclty but a short time The ma.1 and w who know and .love good pict es and whose experience has been :
will collect your rents.'Received property for nonresidents i.
; "are responsible. -Beck. Wilson & MiaijJDavis has, won warm,friend ; largely gained tt the exclusive art stores are 1 11 ely to be skeptical when .i it_ is suggest ,

X-Ray Machine Hudlleston. ;j iftcnch for sale -25 feet long 8 : ed that a really ; picture may be bought cheap. (et good

: : Dr Cramiing bu Just received a ,I I!.fee|ream' ; full copper fastened. CabIn pictures, nicely !ramed, may be bought:at our Xma Sale for GO.'I $ 15

=% 'splendid: and .up-to-date x-ray machine. I 1 H. M. Smail. of BaldwInvIlle.Mass., f| rnahosanyfl hard car\ JSleplng any price Irom .1 . . . . . .f i . _.' .
which he has added to his valuable I-paper manufacturer has today gone beips. toilet, galley: 12 h.p. motor.AHSlji I
collection of surgical instrument -1 i|to Lake City to jo'n hs two so's.r ,good: condlt! :on. B. M. Bailey ; w
? *' and necessities In his profession. r who remained there whl'e he was .P.6. Box C33.:: lIaml, Fa.! GoodsUmbrellas
Xmas Umbrellas Xmas Leather
The machine will prove Invalwable :prospecting about Miami. JoIrSmallI U : .
: .'as, the aervlces of such an Instrument 'I'showered compliments upon the Magic Lecture By Roland A. Nichols '
hare often. been needed here City and will, probably return here > UL his recent evangelistic meeting something we all hate You can rest assured that a pretty

i later In the season to select a winter inllie? Daniel block Mr. Nichols has to buy un er ordinary circumstances; 1 leather' bag will 1 be an appreciated .

Three *eeganUy furnished rooms, i home. .mEj many of Miami's most repre.enta@ve J\\ but these hat we are offering are so While you have been making

-", 'suitable for, light ''housekeeping.. I For' SaleAt a bargain one ris- people; who have heard him lowly priced that everyone should tip your mind what to buy let this*
31., Tatum & Co. : of sale and be- be decisive These
take adva tage the Jeather bags
I bon case. two rero'vinp cio.k ani lectfire in other cities. At their earn-
For rent'-Koc1ernapartmenta.tar.Gl&he. -I i t!skirt ta:k!. s'x roll paper cutters. VT.M. eJifreqnest he gives his favorite lee- sides umbrellas make fine presents Ore;f PRICED EXTREMELY LOW rr

.! or nn1 rnlshed. In the"new Fin- Burdlne. tre In our city before leaving for i ,.
Lay block. Applr'on premise*' or to H :&Da.where he Is engaged to speak .,
a real'estatedealere Iron! wants to list yew property In'Ihe! Central Y. M. C. A. on next -
tray .
Siiaday afternoon. Xmas Handkerchiefs Xmas Slippers
FursUcoi Rooms I:2,per WI"Jc Lew |Ur CeUa Richards Phelps has .
Several good furnished houses,
is' Restaurant 610 Arcane O. Jual come to Miami where' she will out
."for seat for the"season... J. H. Tatum make her home. She 18'a laJy of While handkerchief department f ou mal have a thousand suggesiIs -

A cO..,real.estate agents.
The Four PIckerts made their first rank as an Interpreter of the best styles+ we will make prices very low than a pair of nice-slippers? ,
: Cnjoyed Their Outing
appearance In a ') eek'. engagement tjjoughts of the best authors. She I .
'KenrL' x: M.' Flakier' : J..R. Par- at the Au
Trott. R.:T. Goff. J. P. c1with good attendance.. They :Plckerf lag and. will''receive a few :
omc-I Il Ii.
IL s: 'bis.cf the F. E. C.,'Railway have been In Miami before and they I putts: at her studio in the'. new FinElock. Xmas Furnishings for Men Xmas Sofa '
few friendsw'hp left here Several Jays have mans friends In the play-going : -
case on the steamer SLLucie for a trip ,i audiences. The production of "Sweet r iii j &

.over 'the extension orations as far i.Lavender": last evening was very : f the First National! Bank of Miami Men's sil suspenders Ascot neckNothing beautifies a home more

= s Key..West returned to. the. city this :I pretty and the specialties IntroJuced has a capital paid In of 150,000 and I ties f::>-In-hand ties combination than a pretty collection of sofa pUI '

:rtnornlng and'left aboard their special were of a high order. All the features i j': three years of 1U existence has I sets sus enders. garters, silk hose. lows.! Come and see our' large assortment -
'o'clock' north. of the show'ere good and one
ttraln the .Mr.
at 8 r .
accumulated a surplus of $11.000 ad- : All of hlch make a useful gift. ; nothing prettier than these; '
) 'lagler.wait partlculaif well pleased of the specialties' mh'ch pleased the
j liiionat.l{! as a special safeguard Ciu.l-
...-itJi 'the progress of the extension I nulloDcewas the elephant dance by between every depositor and any ., -
'work."and! discussed! It freely. He al-I the PJckerts. A good company.pleas- sslble Joss Total resources $'i50.- : In add: on to the articles printed here th re are hundreds of other items in our :k

z- 'jw enjoyed the outing very much ant ,log roles: and a choice selection of 3: to J. 4' per cent paid on sulI gs.ir I great holida stock. We sell what you want, hot what > ou don't want. People's
'' plays U characteristic of the com
"with'the other member the party
- I : tastes differ nd we have a variety of gifts suitable for everyone.W. .
said that the=trip has been both .In'strnctlfe'and.beneficial pany. This evening farce comedy
-Sis ," will be presented. I We hare at a bargain some fine bay
to them. Hopkins ir
a run: scene :being woven throughthe 027 with riparian rights. Beck.WU-. M.. BUrDINE 315.318 TWELFTH STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA
1I.DROSSIER,will collect your rents. play and one sure to please. ion k Huddleston. ... .
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tJ .,Percy,Cavil "Returned I ?1
Percy.,Cavtll 'the Australian cham-
a 'pkm swimmer and- ex-champion' ofThe' WELLS & GRAVES f March Villa March Vila ;

world.who has had charge of I 21S'ldrtecatk St. 117 9th St.'sOPPOSITE
w :the ',Royal, .Palm Ca no'and smmlng Are prepare< ;: executeorders P.\L\IPARX .
-pool for'th ;past several seasons art itj heir ,

:Trtted?In,the'city this morn'ng from I Pj Open OctpberjilSth Open December tat
..Rtke North and will at'once set aboutpreparing DepartmentDesigners
the.casino and pool for,the I HOTEL SERVICEDistilled ,
-coming season. Mr. Cavil predicts, of the latest Fall style hats -.j'
j' -peat season, He brought :with: in silk dark !traw and light water for Drinking I r 'MRS. W..F.1L\RCH. Prop'-
tlm 'an' 'enormous brindle_ Englsh"Wider I weightnuteria.t r II I I,

; uwhlch Is one ,of,:the, finest
:mnlma of the' kind la the country.]I ladies Tailoringg

s' tkooga one- that very few,wtmll; care Department The '( ;
n 'ter own because ,of Us_, ferocious appesranee. $.4 ttreet.'carriage and evening costumes t 1
,waists." tailor towns and. coats !i '2239th Street. ti 1:

Wanted- A'partner with $1.000 for r. 1,31
232 Twelfth Street, Miami ,
"-st business that pays good returns F. V : '
ft Now iPpen for
'55. Bro Ier *,Son; 1200 1-2 Avenu L Boarders y .
*X> CII'.21C Avenue.IX .*' .- .. |; f "i ,-
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r REMEMBER Your wordrobe Is not THE j GAUTIER i

: complete without a Tuxedo or full
dress suit. Delay i are dangerous j|+ Cw.Avma. C sad Rtatk StreetLight ".;;:
come to headuarters for smart tailorinc
and airy Rooms. Polite; prompt Service* "f..
'.TOYS DOLLS Suits $40 tat $?S. : :r}

.. -- SWELLSTAILARIXG Mrs.! I. N. Feaster:, Prop
138 Twelfth. Sweet Blscayno Block, j. ;

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.,. .f ,. ,.",- "':'.''' -". .- : I:: '. ,' : 1 M.lamJtoom Sea Food l. OurSpecialty. rl.

!. \ asters bl .t&te. quart or gaUon.
? .5. daqs :morebefore .. 1 a I >';

Laundry Meal served at all hours. 410. .12th Street, Mianil. ,'FlondJ.... ,
: '',
.- Christmas :
= .

1 J Comer Arenc B ill nth Street.

J : Makes Specialty of e THE, f

j .Come'now and get what you wa it before we sell j;: G. A. MULUR.a- SON P,.".,. ,

; ft: outiY:'{A: 'special discount; to .Sunda Schools if they Cleaning
; "*'come' before- the 20ih, You get. aj J better selection Dyeing [SAN CARLOS |,

"and we': can WAIT on you MOR-E satisfactorily
; I : ,
and PressingLaundry .

.. ... I ronotTIkt : I Ope) ) al the year it 2.50per iajndEpKl .+
II .. ..
I I 1 per .11 Co.relal -
I RackeliStoreSANTA pAlmtn t Larr SAKPLE ROOMS
I re dived In the morning j I P"taffb Bn 6W.) ',$Asrt n.u..

The will |)a delivered the ..... ... .

I same eventlg. A trial order -+.
: II" will make |fyou a permanent
II customer.MiamiSieamLaundry. Mrs. E. A. McLendo'--

233 Thirteenth Street

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I ,Phone 15J 808 Avenue Dar j DjRESSMAKING



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oming; 4 Pickerts Company GllA. Worley THE DAYS. AND HOURS i FASHION'S FORECAST..,I, = -

Ktebomt 0...... For DrvuTlo oe- Cooley & Hornet
: Attorney at Law ORIGIN OF OUR SYSTEM OF THE ...U.r_f... l. (olor....[ ***
1 1I' DIVISION OF TIME. } Brilliant colored cloth gowns: are; be-
At Auditorium Twelfth I
the 310)4 St, Miami Florida
I' IDa turned out Ly the tailors for after-
@ It Wu D... .'.. br. lh. BaIa.I....... noun wear. CrusLuJ: raspberry, a slude Bargains in Business Procertg
: --If4 wk. Wr s Very Cl.Tr,!Pe.._., beloved of the Parisian will be teen

.".... Mrs! F. G. Obenchain W.. Adapted kr Ik. G...<tek. r
.... lBrixl TItre.... All i..._**- son. Even as it is, a stray frock or
8 Nights, commencing Monday, Dec. 18 i .(Idf Formerly of Miami) It yon pull your watch outfof your two of this striking. color are occasionally A fine business lot on Ave. IX near

is ; pocket will hare in observed. These gowns ore very Miami River, EOxlSO: price $%000.
Purchasing Agent :you your Hand$ one smart when the coat has a collar audI Kv
I rl Of the most wonderful piece* of machinery cuff of terra cotta velvet i| Business corner on Ay D, centrally -
6146 Le. blgton Ave. Chicago, III ever constructed. Think how I Net frocks of crushed raspberry trimmed located. 70x124. price 112000.

s A change of hill every night. first-class specialties It work throughout the day aiiJ night with rows upon rows -velvet Business block; centrally located

.and illustrated songs. Matinees Wednesdays and I, I, Think|ud how how It keel the SLitiuit It up year hand lu,jLlnti|eur out.to |! taurunt ribbon are and perfectly evening, parties.stunning" for lea' leased for 5 years a good investment e

.. Saturday. Popular prices. Tickets at Biscayne and K 3.0OO division Shopping of description, charming frocks of London smoke A line business
Red Cross drug stores every hour. It never slefps. corner 50x90 with
| '
( free. 'M commission paid by mer made up In this material Indeed |hl* ally back, on'Ae.
!' It It U like the areragf WII t clio It will | shade is D. within two>
chants with vrliom deaL Personally a moot serviceable: one for aI blocks
sekij t and buy cheaper than bt- built up of no fewer than 1-;> dlffcr-: of the heart of the city. Prioe
BENEFIT MIAMI RIFLES you fron\'fr!.>ys furniture. Holiday taut piece These pleas. wfll' havesseU $11100.1.
: goods rjffieive prompt attention.Istlmateicheerfully through inure than :-,4iJJ( separate A choice business b'ock in the-very.
given.Capital eralloui.. each Leius adUtlnct I I heart of the "
I city la under lease at
-.' form of manufacture. i ,
" -----,-, -- -r The fourth jewel wheel 1ICre'w Is so i.N i.l i.r i.- $%00 per month..' Drtce- onl.--.-. .11A.-...nun........

& I very email that U U uliuyat iovlnlble. i.f 1.I' A solid stone business block on 12th ,

To the naked eye It apj>ear" to be but a f street centrally located price 18,006., y
speck of dust. When examine: ) under Present tenant will
a magnifying gla* It will be |seen to at leas for 10 years '

Fort Dallas NatiOnal Bank be a perfect anew: having 2UO.threads I I I i iI iI $1800 per year. '.
j to the Inch, each thread beldK well I Fine block on ATA. D of three store

cat: Actually the diameter" jpf this between tenth and eleventh ,streets.,
screw II so little as the four obethousandth i good tenants, pays good Interest CIa

part of au Inch, and lj! would the Investment Price $sooo.A. A saat ;
take no le.;s a number than JOOOOO I
similar screws In order' to fill; an ordinary II business block' on AYe. ,,Do two*
thimble as used by the todies. i I store rooms pays $85 per.monCh sad
: fi Each screw has a double head' and l I i ,can be bought for $8600., ._ 8a
', has to be hardened. After the hardening 'I Solid brick and stone business block.on ,
'I '
process the screws are arranged: In I
: Ave.
D, that pays $4000
frames, being placed In with the d per ynsm.
; head
Surplus :: $3,500. upward. This delicate operation 1 I. can be bought< for $30.000-La a goooT

I done by the sense of touch alone Instead thing for you to look up.' "
of by 'sight, and great rapidity A solid stone and brick boslneusa

marks the skillful operator. \ Somewhere block near 14th street, price $20. >0.- h
about a hundred screws are This Is a first class investment.A '
placed In each frame, and the 1a '
Half choice business corner on Are.. Dx '
Assets a Million Dollars are attached to a machine which polishes i ii ,
over '. o the beads of the screw id.ooo at and ninth street.'Ia one hundred feet
,. a time. f square: This Is a fine pleca'of property

I It will be seen how marvelo these i for the money can be bought.. .

screws are, yet one of them forfau but 5500. Let us show yon this.A _

s Statement. '' .at the :{Close} of Business, November 9th, 1905 sue will tiny show piece the remarkable of watch.uatureijpf. St&l; that this i rented choice for tiuslnees$1200 per lot;Dear on ,Aae.can r

> -- II everyday article. When 8'Clnlfatcbes
are considered there U Indeed robin for bought for 10000. This is one of tfc-
condensed () (;
from Report to Comptroller Currency wonder." i 1 very best Investments. One of< UUr

For Inotanre take the watch which 1 rare best bUlllne.a loti nn Aea"rl sin. *3
-- -- -' -. ---
: Resources wet presented to Catherine-1. her I i GBAT BBOJLDCXOTH 00fI1'nS $2000. Look at this.
; 'OruuntloD as,empress of Knssli.! Thin dress that has to be worn on a number. .
A good'boarding house on Ave.,B:
watch was one of the most rem kably |Iof occasions. A Lice yoke saves die
LOaDS and discounts . . ., .. . . ".. .. ... $2(. ,$8<>.04 constructed Instruments ever made. I gown from being unbecoming.- !'[ for 3000. Is a good thing.A f

". Overdrafts..i..,.' .. . .. .-. . : . / . :.. |,|63-59 On the opposite side of the w'rks of I There Is very little trimming on tin* business lot on Are. D. 25xEO for: X7

4 U* S. Bonds account Circulation .. ... .. .'. : _. .. .'.u." 5i,,.w 0) 00 !this extraordinary timekeeper] there i bottom of dress skirts and the bents $500 on easy terms. !;

f(Other Bonds'owned-. .. ..:. . . ..,. i.-/" ";;'"., .54SOO.UO .was au exact representation pf the |! are like held out by means of canvas put Jin I Now It you don't see Just what yoxtiare : ,
holy with the
sepulcher a carved (wage horsehair of several years
> Banking Hoube . . .. .. .. v----v.s'oj...vki4 ? ., 5| IO.J) of the Romon guard stationed outside I! Fur turbans will be seen later In ago.tb e looking for come and we will show 4k
I :you over the city free of charge. Remember ,
ItAs soon us the watch case was I season made of the most expensive -
; .. .' Available Gash Assets :: opened the Imitation rucks would roll pelts, especially those of sable atoll i that :Miami Is Increasing .IB
: .'Ysylrom the month of the ...,}tJcber.! chinchilla simply' trimmed with a few : population faster than any city m

,Ut S. Bonds owned.. ... ... . . . . .$19,000.00: the soldier would k eei angels! |[would delicate flowers at one side, orchids pr Florida and we predlc(,that the Uagie

Due from TJ:S.,,:rr aaurer. . .. ., . ... 2600.00 M I I' appear at opposite sides of the ow-nlug.! | Christmas roses. i City wilt'have a population of %s.00QI'In 4

t Due from banks:./... .._., ... .. .... .,... .. .. 92.O1Z52. H i beard.and sweet This strains remarkable of mu. lc watch would took l>e ,' dove The cray gown in French the cut broadcloth.is carried out The In" 1915. so if. you, think of investing, ,

( ;", Cash. on- hAnd: ;." ... ..., ., .". . . . .. 31,873.83 $H5:4:;| 7,35 nine years' unlut..rruPt'tllllborl]lu order j, slightly full skirt is absolutely plain. ,now Is the time. .; "r "

.;Total resources............ ..." '.. .. ."L' .. ... .,.. .. .1 i $564,836.98 j ,. The to construct.first clock In | The! long! coat baa a short walsted empire __ !... w:
: any way resembling effect. Tuffs and triple collar are
those in use at present wail made of green panne velvet It Is up to yon to win* the:;$10-OO
: Liabilities.{ .! by UeDI'1ldt In the year 13iOADd It JCDIC CUOLLETJ- I "
ti' gold piece at Martin's Shooting Gallery '-
I I -.,
was made for Charles V. of 1 France.
... Capital' paid j n'r." '7. .. SlOO.obo.OO: .e. .It-...G...M.... This monarch was surnamed the]Wise, I WHAT TO WEAR. I on Avenue .D tat Ilth'street. '

.Surplus and profits...... .". ....... .. .. ....:.. ...., ... cVrf! .rj\ but his education was Imi>erfect la : from now until 'Xmaa.. J. R;. Johnson *- ,

..1; j ,. Circulation" -.."...' .e... .. .: ..'.. .....'.'....f':: .;:!. .: ...., S M.,' ..OOi Aa many a result respects be was and be Very knew obstinate I H, welL La Grm? .11 New_s:a....Pmri....lum F..t....m. and Hugh Coachman hold! '.t1ta, i,

: : Billspayab1e:.-..,',.,......".'u........ ...... ..... ....;....".I 65JOOO.OO; his claim to know everything:; lie FBkrlv I highest .
Parisian women 5core so fir .:
.<. ". .- Deposits.. ."...,.........-...-.,....- .". ,. .... ...".!...!.'...... ..... 'I.-j 342j4ii9.38; showed this obstinacy when I Tick sort of -shoes but are the wearing conventional every ". ) { K.
> brought the new timepiece for his approvaL -.
: Total liabilities... r;..;...i i........:'...;,............;...v. ". $564:836.98; The king could not find black. They have the audacity to ap
i; L t.! pear in gray shoes with dark dresses.
:Cofflparatlyc statement of deposits. stating increase la business.NoTember fault figures with its on the working dial. so be criticisedthe | These faddy affairs are queerly shaped, "
having a long
i square
2 17th, 1903.-..j4V.-.f..........;;...:....-. $155,446.21, He grievous told the maker the that be bad: madea an inch beyond the appar.Dprojecting foot j j
to denote
as figures
rk e' Noy mber 10th. 1904;:..** J.: .,.*..* ... ...:'.;... .:...::. i I 254*j :;;' tb* boor of 4 should be four I's. Faille altesse Is a new fabric for

"NOYembCr; 9th.1905.vv<$::.V* -* ** .' n.. .; :... .-._.;. 342, $!l,3S Poor Tick ventured to tell the! king evening gowns. The effect la that <>fan Ads
t -' ;. w l'' 'J i' ,. that be wu wrong. -1 am 'never ordinary cotton pique of sixteen .'
; J : wrong!' thundered the Irate monarch. Inch stripe. It comes in'plain colors : ,,
-- ,' ,tl In all the evening shades. i .
'i "Take the clock away and correct.: the '
mistake at once upon pain of my dla- Circular skirts are here, and they
pleasnrer. jj are here to stay, but will be seen morton
Tick had to do a* be was told,! with I I house gowns than on street frocks. I That
, the result that all our timepieces nave I Ir ,
i_ *;.. the fourth boor labeled HII Instead of
cYcrC i J... c'1 IV, aa should be the case If the correct -
s- n :Y numeration'were followed. | J,
How many people have the slightest f, ,I Pay
notion why sixty seconds make a1, min ,
Ute and why the boar Is divided; Into I .
sixty minutes and so on? Wbjf are
there not ten boors- to the day and teu t ,

.. to the night J I \0
"r. The reason la'very"simple.. It b because '. The object of advertising-

., the people of Babylon reckoned is to sell goods. Your ad
-'V.- 4 '- only decimal is
not by a your best salesman.
.. tion. but also by a seugealmaljaye-] Tben why not spend aa
.,+' tem. That Is to say ( i much on advertising as;
I. i .. reckoned by tens, but also by sixties. one clerk would coot? Few
The Babylonians were very clever:people merchants do this, but
and they saw that the decfma system those who do are reaping ,
K 4.I was by no means the best | a golden harvest Now
_They knew that no number bad kH
i I -4> to yon wonldn't want a *Iovenly -
: : many divisors aa has sixty. 1 disreputable look-
How about the division of the',day ping clerk in your story
late boors! The Babylonians began by 'Why bare '
:"! HOME OF FORT DALLAS: NATIONAL BANK il comparing the ;
; progress by] the ms I IS :putable ads? Let me do
The ran on Its dally Journey to the distance s I your ', for
invite advertising'
the one
priblicc' I'
attention, I to-: above; condensed fromlsworn. covered by a food walker, this being 1 i month and ace the differ

,.atatemenl to Comptroller of Currency, which shorn our present condition. don at ttt time of the equinox. [_The : ; ,, ence. I write ads that pay ;

'I :! J*' :Our growth in deposits is shown by the above' comparative :statement a gain into astronomers twenty-f divided panangs the son's whence'Journey our

bone. t tLa

,fyinhvndrcfahottsandeach.-....---.... -.. ... ... '" .. -* .. .. ycar'ror'. -' -the'pastthree.,,' ;- .. ,years.' Both' ,statement. ,%lie Babylonian system, was adootedby ,. .
gfavw assnuw j'on' jsaiuujvanonai insane*, seieaea oyine; unuea siiaiesjfs a ur- _the Greeks. It to oas of the mostremarkable : atsaasLOaa B. f. Davis

;poisit4ry.ofpublrcmoiuys.itmwinp, in IIrenglll: .. and popularity tl i f. I I has facts survived of history through that ererycfeang Jibesystem When the circular skirt to mad for l xxl

f {Our: customers say, it is',pleasurejo: ]> do business'with: .:us : -
'ifte'capiiatforall reguiiements UJithin' tile field of: legitimate banting. _WeconKjtout& an weights and measuresj!go- for afternoon salts broadcloths are

: Savings-Department! pay 5 per cent interest,ieredited( and_compound- lag so far as to alter the days of jtb* almost the only fabric et tmportaac ..
.week, stffl Street suits are carried oat to .. ..
arterl they ten tile old system of ,
.f: -
l. Respectjulfy. iii, : notation so far u regarded the reckoning tweeds and cheviot: mixtures, .with occasional -
..:' -" of the flight of time. Even oar own omber plaids.
f- over *f the decimal notation cIo ';1KJt Plaid stocks with'linen turnover collars BARGAINGrapeTruitfTrees :
racgcst that the old sexagesimal method brighten up a plain gown wonderfully. ;

& of reckoning time should be altered. .
> Pearson's. : Weekly. : I ,Then are In the mop.cIaIntr boas of '
white feathers shading from white to
I I. ceM...... L, a. dun In.... .
Xmnrty at OJ... ..,...... Y.ssg:; %
me a plat d pork The evening WeaN in the cut is of IIeaIt.y. Tlmn I. _, W3M. _'
beans and bony'em' trjr., Waitet crashed raspberry chiffon overlaid with ...11.. at Cicat ncriSc. far
SSsA (sbooOngV-Ctlcago. .and, Boston jupreasta : '. ....;....."-; .J(:. ...., caw.. "c _A!. ."",-:
w I I veUn4 Leader. L broMtary. Tht bolero Jacket .. bald at I
.brt7 s'a}? ?' y4 VMI.e; w... the bast with a fuming ......t .ftec 0. ).120
Vr Tw "w 7 rr2W *'Bo..rtdI. eleratcd: we may ])te. IIIn7' *.v:The' aow slsnas .*. J t

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Sewell BFos.t I handkerchiefs.and center pieces. all'

We have received within the last week, of which are worthy of your careful in-

I a shipment of exquisite Japanese goods, spec on. Our regular line of: Initial

in emqroidered silk waists. Belts, card handkerchiefs, embroidered, plain' .and

J cases, and pillow lops. Direct from japan.. silk Is'complete. Prices! are reasonable

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ITS ONE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSAY Noted Medicine with Manufacturer This MoveDrellunyon is Accredited annual Bar Hotel Association Manhattan dinner of will this the evening.be Queens(}held Amongthe County at the USE THE TURBINE ENGINES. 1

.t.- the medicine manufacbo guests of honor, whojwill address ,
0v.. .., toret '}' has dose much developingat the members of the bat association !
'. are District Attorney erome, Corporation -
John J. Delaneyand -
t : roa.; | according to the following
County Judge Burt JL Humphrey.
Metropolis likely Henry L.Bogart president of the association .
., I I tot. |,ngage In the hotel business In will preside. It Is expected -WILL AWAITS! FURTHER'
... that about members
;: that illy scale 150 and guest
on a large :
... will attend the banquet. j t '
I "Efforts have been made during the ,
; pasttwo years to Interest csptallsts
,Georgetown S. C, Dec. -A hundred -. be, a large public meeting. Several :the NEW YORK STOCK EXHIBITION. ...
to extent of building a hotel to Washington Dee. 19 The
l'i' years ago today Georpto1l'nJIa' prominent speakers will address the coat |tipproximatey! f500,000 because I I board which went to naval iency Is not altogether satisfactory.'
; : Syracuse, N. T..- December 18.- South Brooklyn Such changes are being made an ths>. i
\ a' hamlet, with only about half crowd and a historical sketch of such in Investment would not only to Inspect the Curtis turbine '
One of the most interesting features at the time so that It U believed U.' Is*.
i"" a_dozen house, was Incorporated and Georgetown win be read. In, the prpvf valuable to the city, bat would of the annual midwinter fair and BUll work with a new of observing: provements win moon' place tW law .; ,

: In.honor' -.Uiene hundredth annlTersarjr evening: there will be a magnificent be wouldfbulld splendld; Investment to those who stock show Association of the New which York opened StateBreeden' iU operation and the economyof of the bine ,In the class'with! redpreea@nr:

r 1 ft*Vhoe'c'.ty which now line display! of fireworks and a large pub- It. I today at the Armory, Is the exhibition system as applied to motive power for engine for naval jise*. The report. .. (
'shout. seven ih<>uua Inhabitants- I Ie reception. |1| Good News at Last of some 2 year old We tern- calves, the new battleships: has submitted. a of the board which visited SouttBroafc,, J",
"These efforts failed but the .cheer
c celebrating.The to that the farmersjof New York report
prove ;
Georgetown was Incorporated by maAct ne lyn; does not, by any means settle'tfcs.
lug news, comes to the.Metropolis today state can raise beef cattle u well U
./R'.':i# AH whole"town.is and la holiday attire.. of the General Assembly of South |hat, if there Is no break In the the farmers In the Western states. The board found much to J interest nestlon, but throws al* much __'' a':
public buildings, nearly srerybadnees Carolina on the 19th day of December. The animals were raised at the Cornell the members and the Junior;; officers favorable light upon the turbine peer
neRnilons now: pending, the St.Jamea -
>> house and private'residenceIs lEC:;. Its first Intendant was MaJ. Experiment Station mud are fine oMtlon than anything else.
wllb'ftap !>,iUl., at no far distant day be who accompanied ft,and there Is ereirpromise
and bunting specimens j
John Keith soldier citizen of sterling ..
and in many windows of historical UBedF&ir one.of the moat magnificent that something some out -
;/ c :: pictures wrrth. whose portrait adorns the 1
south of the Ohio river. of the turbine principle. There
t. ,I Interest'are exbIblted..- The hotels! AN INTERESTING I IINTERCOLLEGIATE f are POULTRY SHOWS "
ronnel: chamber. "df millionaire in.n. advantages already In that system
the but
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announced DEBATE .
booming. of cannon the be- ,
..,: )Ie ufac ulrr of patent medicines and a there remained some things to be desired >
,Sinning of the Jubilee at daybreak
i I Etwood: CuL, December ia.-1'fII&:
'this in' BRENNEN MURDER TRIAL OPENS ; man|;ho owns' considerable/ In the application of the'tnrbtne '
4 I mornings From, .. early hour propert'l third annual exhibition of ,
the '
in Florida In conJunction"' Louisville, Ky.. Des 19 The de to naval uses. The turbine makers I3woo4:<
.'lor M 'visitors began,to arrive here from thesnrrpanJIng of Poultry and Pet Stock ,'AssodaUo ,,
bate between the department *"
l pckormerly:: proprietor of the Tam- !are advancing rapidly toward the desired
: I districts ,on.horseback or Minneapolis, Minn. December 18- > the University of the Louisville and [[opened here today with a'large DIUItI .
,In Vehicles bt every kind. AH the shipping'craft The. hearing of the trial of Mrs.4|pa Bajr Hotel were In the city yesterday end of economy in the expedlrore | ber of fine exhibits from this district
;if Jf Bloomington I
the Indiana University : y
conference with other of fuel *
!, }'d tn gent1foret and oil and it Is along the line '
: in.the harbor, was gailyflagged : Stella. Brennan, who Is charged' with considered
Ind., will be heU here this eve- lit Is the. latest show; t*-
t. t of means decided too rganlzea I of getting down to cruising speed with I <
,. manoeuvred atlday'long, murdered her three step-r '
an having ? Indiana the State Show
debated will excepting at.
coOi|>any tobuild the hotel. This ning.-The question to be i small loss of fuel that the .
',::,.making the'-view of the.harbor highly. children; was opened' re this morning ;couf$jrj>nce. it Is said, was most sat- "Resolved" That tbe] interests of i i working. It has not been experts; decided are lu.ilanapolls.Vfetertown., kr
atttractire: before Judge H. D. } U agreed to build
't [ Dickinson. Igfarflqiy'und was would be furthered by the
deal' of tbe jioitl, provided the arrangements i!whether the turbine shall be! adopted
t' t. The program for .tae celebration In- The case Is atractlng'a great "
1, ." eludes" a parade- 'this'afternoon, with interest and .at the opening of lie f|| perfeCted regarding 'the lot trial of criminals by Judles of Judges. |I for one of the battleships put it I* \ S. P., December. -:JI
wvrcliiot W.: O. Harris trill be the principal I
changed. Dr. RunyonfsexcebnK Judge
_ ,:several bands.of music and a number trial today the court room' was y wealthy and could build Judge of the debate! I. believed that'the naval board on construction ;I The Tri-State Fanciers' AsaociaUcskI : 5S]
;.T of floats among'-them some'with his j crowded with spectators. It is ex'-/the Ttoiel himself. Mr. Dick ao! contmsip I will decide In favor of the I'opened Its first annual 'exhibition'bow ,
n. 'to i at' groups. The 39 regiment, the I pected that the trtal will.take severalweeks great deal of capital and they I system. f fIt today. The number of entries Is
f.f.C C rack military organization, win: take as- a large number of witnesses are aiJ8roii:: of securing the cooperation The very latest styles' In wedtfng" I may be necessary to.await fnrth-\very large and more than ZOO specialyrlzes

;*,'_' .part in 4he parade and Governor_ Hey-I will be bea.rd. and the'selection t. mov rpe mert.the' leading. citizens, in., the j stationery,, announcements and call- )I er developments' as the naval engineers are to be.compete.l1or"." 1 : .
; ward, wU review' tag cards, can be had a| the Vetrop- I are Inclined to think [that' the *,exhibition includes' kinds off poai-.'
his staff Owmarchers.
: and {of a Jury will undoubtedly consume "AaBTii 1 rotes! at present on the St. '
"<.,-. After" the parade; there-. will I considerable time. I I Jamfrs site seems a certainty.- oils offlce. 1w {tI turbine in It, present state; of efflc-1!try dog!., cats and pet stock" .4_ 4I

t % tr 1t I Con.tiry-ental Tires
that needs repairing Just let as know

I i tl and we will mend It foriYotLWE !

WE REPAIR TIN.BOILERS and Pierce; Bicycl s.,

+ 1 J 'u well u any other kind: of tin ar. :I I. '.

"93 INNINGtides so they last u long, ss a new I I : .J.'
I I one you might bny. Our work Is often
C. 'PerfectionMat aj e y' more lasting and 'wears! longer than :
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: ; 1 45 the new vesseL A thrifty housewife are "High Holers" of the first quality J IUi, "?
........., .}" - looks wellto, her tlnlng repair, and
.: llll: i Simply Lather and, Shave, :: Is always satisfied with'fur work with pleasure that we sell you either: J
: w NOTHING TO.LEARN. e -.w_ -- .. You have.
a-t' IUILTLKEA bt ity 1 may ,no fear that
mf ,; The wonderful feature of this razor fa the 41
...;',;: -;. ,WATOtTOIAST blade .Twelve blades (twenty-four.sharp: 1a either will fail
.' 1" edges) U Tanas paper, U HARD U flint, as ,. you
: i<' F TEA.morn and FLCUBLK as.whalebone go.with. I .u

; ,P"61,. 'r each BLADKls set.'good EACH for \The, Acme: Billiard Parlors
.. from 'TWKXTT u'. "- TO FOBTT Cycle
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j..c. 4 I DON? rORGCT TttC NUMBER 101 AVErtUC,LV :

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t1':..OO... !Money to Loan' on Household Fllniitllre ?r

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:' f :- _. j sums o.s.roand;; up. Can'be paid back in'.

Kg iS* For.Sale by Co.' 'Title Insurance sums of | i.oo| a week. Business strictly -

_: .lfiscayne( Drug CompanyMeyers>> '" confidential. Write us and solicitor will call'

:,:;st ; H)1 and Trust CompanyOF

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3.: ) '.&: Robinson t OPPOSITE II '
posTorncc.AModelBathroom. '
Paid rUp Capital 75000. Surplus. S12OOO I' >

$ Contracting Electricians n -

Insures land titles; prepares .abstracts titles,loans and
invests money on its own account and for others. Acts*s
rT 1019Ave.. >- Miami. Florida. agent attomej-in-fact_trustee, assignee, execntorj re .
3; ; Giver, or guardian. Address all toj -
'i. commul"'tij .1 ,

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most :essential fe&t.-s
; S. ; Pattreon Sec.and T Ifl.. Miami lloridc .
----: --'. u .' .* i are of the"'modermas beams;.

P. SEE. ,it, is a aeceaaarj: COla

a. fort to any borne Bett- ;

3iDr.B: rnham Wm.Cllrry's Sons put money .la perfectisy

h the sanitary system' ; thenbllnsurUa& -..

the health u..-

$ -: Key'West. FloridaBADOUARTBR8 -comfort i of,year tastily

:. Specialist \ FOR ,than spending it tor: fast

furnishingsAgtafottkz." .

f are a sufferer with, Chronic: Blood 1 Diseases. All : Ship: Chandlery, Building '

.:v..Femlale Diseases and Derangements most successfully: ,treated : Materials "Of All Kinds. : Famous RacycleM. ) .,

r'jAJsO.",. Rectal:and Genitoi. Urinary, Diseases "f s i E ,

wYe r A An tile Utart apprmwl Electrical APon:-' Coa. find Ice, Steam marine Railways Macklae 8fcep.,F rgM4m :
t { .T**..W tkc MkM.aU4j'. ..*W alvarswanndaic* j MCDONALD
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left for Tampa Saturday night. a BETSEY ROSS FLAG
4'4't" CITY. I I A meeting of the Clgarmaken' International w'' HOUSE BOUGHT' .

Union No. 337. was called
t to orJer Thursday nght! with R.B, Philadelphia. Pa. Dee. 19The hi.--"
Russet In the chair. I' torlcal hone in which. Betsey Roan I1;
No Metropolis l Bureau I The meeting was opened by H. AHellman made,the first American flag, has bean:' If.>

Longer a Question Key West. ., 18. who made suggestion* for purchased by the Betsy ,Roes Flag
Sergeant of Police Collins 1 last I the settlement of the strike.. The fog House Association and the' formal ;

Thursday'morning arrested a Cuban Ipwlng communication; .was ordered transfer of the property..to the association s

i ii with a pocket full of bollto tickets. I sent to the manufacturers: has been made. The, as>. ',.
8* 4 1" which -he was selling from hoiise to' Key West Fla.. Dec. 15. .I catcm! 11'84 organized a few years ago
i I house. Although Sergeant tiblllns To the Cigar Manufacturer for the .purpose of collecting funds'

R I JU not see him make a sa'e; Us actions -j Key West Fla. ABloct'aUon with which to purchase the historical tom
as to what Building Material l were suspicious and he secured Having read In the Inter-Ocean of building on Arch street with a.view .,

IIi sufficient proof to warrant the arreit December 12 statements made by of preserving It as tn,historical.relic. !

to use if is Concrete; Stone i lot the man. :After he was taken to threemembers of the :Manufacturer;' ,
', '
''Jalhe\ was searched and: an I ugly Association by which terms of an PLATT CARMODY y
:, : ". : .,:,'.: ,. _- I'' I knife found upon his person. honorable settlement mlht be efee'ed. i WEDDING. TODAY'
,1' ",, -- .hl I and believing that said conditions c.
'.f'r-6 I I Hon. G. Bowne Patterson h I s returned
IIS. ;'.J i, :, :'. '. t.'! to. the city from 'Tampa would meet with the approvalof I New Tore, .Dec-19'-, Several ana-' y

-.,;: ,.,,;;:,,., ,,,"" ,. .' -. ,. I Mr. 'Havpnr!ch.'clerk In the lofllce the workmen In general. Local l\J. dred invited guests were assembled at l l
.. ..',:,'," -" ," '. of the Ruy Lopez Cigar Factory left 337. C. M. I. U. of A. at a regular I Grace Church 'this noon when .the' _
'.:'j'' ,". ,' for 'New York last Friday: nlglit via meeting beld last Thursday night r-T I marriage of Mlw Margaret Louise ;
/" \ < Miami. solved to communicate with your Snow, daughter of }rrL.l'latt. wife,of

: :t-; .' : The McKay Steamship Line will honorable body In order to secure an Senator Thomas C.Plattand )lr. Francis i
reaume its service thU winter. The official confirmation of said stat- Joseph Ca modywai. ;solemnized. .t
tThe Is, where get the best concrete stone at thejowest.cost W
question 'II steamer Gnssle will arrive he e today ments. The ceremony was followed, a 1.A '
: ., :The t plant that meets the requirements would have to be under and call for Havana j Respectfully submitted I eeptton and breakfast' given by Senator $,
the management of a man who,-had learned the hundred and Mrs. Evelina J. Knowles die lilt R. L. McCIlntock. I and Mrs.: PJatt In their apartments: tin .f,!"<
Thursday the residence of her H. W. Albury. The G ham.- M ::
at son +
little details of concrete making, who employed only die best 1f. -
one / / I In-aw. Mr. Benj. Lopez on the corner John C, Lord. I ,'"5
materials honestly proportioned and to compete In prices the output i of Eaton and Bahama streets. j The Robt. B. Russell. STATE NEW** T "t'

of'the plant'would have to,_ be_ greater than- Its comoetltorlf. We I funeral services were held at the ot'"th R l.IA.;' I S. Vlckers, the'cross-tl.' min..:was'seen
; : ;* As a result communication by a Democrat representative' at .
Rev. Harrison officiating ,
Stone church
,._ have been making artificial stone since the Industry was f r in- I "
Irjits FrIJay afternoon. The remain* there Is at the present writing a I the Ethel yesterday:and .In.CODYerta,1,
'fancy, and thoroughly 'understand the strength of our materials.We were Interred In the city cemetery.Capt. meeting between the. manufacturers, 'Lion with him It was learned that dorj:a

._ use the best Lehlgh! Portland cement and beach sand F j e In-' G. C. Floyd freight agent of and the centra committee, the i e' salt Ing the past 49 weeks he had snipped. ,.
butllt from Suwannee county.atone sx>m# ;
of wh'ch la not yet known" U
the P. ft O. Steamship Co., Is
inspection We h choice of a'scbre of ; .a
:vlte:/ as to proportions. thing over two handiedthonund'Uei, >
; Key West headquarters as present He Hoped a settlement will be arrived at
'. .machines when'we bought our new machinery, and our opacityis Is registered! at Hotel Jefferson!J -- i for which he has paid on an average-' ,'.

'double that of any competitor we have two machines. Sergeant of Police Collins, captured On Tuesday night a white hob> In of 43 cents! each,or about 19000.When _', {
attempting! to beat his war on the It Is taken Into consideration
1' w"f an escaped convict. "Congo 'YUUe"Frrday southbound train leaving here'was severely there are'.others'wbobuy' and ,ship1_ '"; .
The have
olllcni hurt' In the 'depot yard. He ties from this county, and that Live ;
been looking for the man for several' ....
Oak. 4 .
Perry Gulfand the Florida
climbed to the top of ,ens of the
i days bat>> couM not place him!! He coaches,,but being unable to conceal Railway consume 'quite" lot that are .,-t.cCut

Ros Concrete' :Q6mpaOg( was.eonfned In the county jallf|! himself be was discovered by some of In this county It wffl be seen that' 'a .,
Messrs. Floyd. Burkhfll ,and; Ro- the train hands. It''attempting to the tie business I'oca"'ot'DO'me. ,(.
; harts vent on .' fishing ; -
expert'1 move' forward on the coach roof lie proportions. IJve Oak Democrat
Thursday, Capt. Tom Cleare In charge: '
Foot Ave. D West SideXKCOKPOKAT ; lost his hold and supped, falling on '
of the boat. They made a good the brake wheel. His head came-in A wreck.'which'caused delay ot. .
catch. several houri to passenger train.Kov: .
contact with the Iron wheel anol'h8
The freight shed .of the P. ft O. 2. as well as to an other trains bound Ir
'.. .. Steamship Company U -filled i 10 Its received an ugly cut over the eye south and> north oared Tuesday 't-'r
The concussion dazed him and he fell night! near Quintette.- Along: freight f. "\
utmost capacity. The freight cannot under the tn'.1L. Fortunately train train pulled by one of the largest enrc. {:: ,
-- be hauled away as fast as U was not moving'otherwise he would pines of the division! broke apart as,
brought in by the steamers. it have been cut In two. He was takenin It was going"np what II'known as } t'
1 l DoDit SO. charge by the station officer and Quintette bill and.'before ,the train, T '
Dogs Manager'C. LMyers, of the &
P h"armac : jP. : ,
Youngs' afterwards turned over to. the shert.St. men real'zed-whathad happened four
; : rY O. Steamship Co., returneJ on last Augustine Record. or,eve cars had been derailed. Form-' : ...
( Thursday from Miami. I I! nately no one was injured .and as l s .
ED. But Ian Rev.. W A. Myers and MM. :,Tyers Tot} had better order tour turkey soon as poslble the wrecker was sent "
: give a ,
.. .. ,. JOU' to the scene.which cleared the track, f .1}
; arrived last Thnriday on the Miami
chicken for ChrUtmas
t I or from the of an cars and debris. A short tine, ,f
Mr. Myers, Is the new pastor aligned Armstrong Grocery Co., Prout building afterwards the track had.been repair : '
A Drug: Store. for 'The Peoplebur Peron to the memorial church on Watson corner Avenue D and 11th street:led and all the 4trains proceeded, a,' Isde'y
y street ] ot about four hours having been
'' I as their prices will be specially low .
,\ I '. t Tie Cagaou-PoY.ock Stock Company, I during the coming week. f occasioned Journal. by. wreck.-Penaa'
.;. '( motto,, ,and' it has been the means of adding hun your ELECTRICAL Work --- : .

'. .,est drugs.' ,, All prescriptions are' filled by registered pharma- C. HlBROWIN[ H .

:ists.. ye also finest sodas and ice'cream in the 0.
,! cany e __ city Electrical Contractor,:1113 Ave. C

"" ::2 Doars'Nortliof-rPpstoff ice" ,;.,.

c, + W.. E...':_youngs: ,,'Pres.. "t 0, Real Estate! } Ji !5o ;.

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: Dade 'Pharmacy' I,I, -

Easiness lot on 11th street .608130; \ i ,
0 feeL .A $2500., .. I ,. '' i
d' 809 Avenue DAs ,' beautiful rivet :1 ; .. _" : }
0 ,. Two front, tots Including .t I ; '\c,;:' :..;' ,"; : i, :
/ new candidate for it I is. but that .- I ," .01", "',,''-
a your patronage just we 0 tort .' ;
riparian rights 100 feet If
!.c. .
tw /.tate arc1alm.., Our stock is new add the purest and best' 0 ,' .. ,". 13000. < ',' :'I''. '. : ,. : .
s .that,'money can'buy, Oar'service.will 'be equal to the best 0 M
; I \ Two river Iota next to lath street1 lg
We lire in the, building' and will!take pleasure in .. .. bridge at less than ulna = a.
snpplvihff your demands at all hours;day or g tPika" r ; .' Three river front' .
-. #' 1 oted.CWe: ''?, *-- ? ,
I ; at corner of 10th'it. 'Ask for prices.! ''
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Reasonable 809 Aveoue isfly inpplyhe! meatthatwe r' 0 .. ..: e :, : .One lot S; y'
'. supply ,. _' ,"' on 7th street west of the
"' I'. to oar customers;'The range steers 0 .:. : v f-, railroad, for only 1300.v l ,r ;y 'M .1

1: '- that are i allowed;to shift for'them- 0 Lot between 4th and 5th. near rail

,---.,. .elves"natilj: ;:they. ':reach the stockyards 0 ,j, ,. road.,, $500.Choice .
.,,.: ''Ai.-:EEE l.rEEEEEFEEEEEEFr ;!::;!& ands then fet corn for i few 0, '. '" I C lot on 6th street, near pat'i '_ t.:: hhs
dajeare-fit,, what\we: .want:>br :; : i anger depot $1000. ''l \f: ,4i3.. ,

what our customers want.' '. ,i- '.' Three lots on Ith street, near Are.D.
Jf: MiamLSp.ortingGorlds'.store IV g iI, h .- 0 .,'-" for $450 each, or less. ,

: PflineMeatsj ', One lot on 10th street, near A venaeD. La -
: '
t value surer
., ** ;" ,' I' for |500 less, than A
1: a:
:1J. :.. r '0 in. what offer', Their S : It' snap. J 0S
'' : | we ,tender --iW f. j- .::V! ":
teas, laicinu'and"fine 0 ; House and lot on 13th and. one on .
Tackle Eastman flavor
wFishing JJ are "' y'
; : lot
1 hJ hl 0 14th, at special prices and lerma. j. J'
< ) appreciated. ; : ,
", 3' Kodaks* Kodak Sundries,. tf i 0 .?; .; House and lot worth $3000 for $2SW Ll 'n r,,., 'L .. '

..% tl$l, .Nassau' ;-Shells',and, Iacht" Supplies .$; \'.. B. Doane* Prop. 0 I. -. .' If 15 taken feet quick frontage on 12th street for ;.ft;": '

'_'__ 4.. ... '" .. $2600. .
incluamg:letJCer.s.poliSb.b These are an ", .. .
bargainee. !
\Ii 0 . e
i '- .'
ed brass
: UJZSi.Ut1Cu.. w MON EY"LOAN :

: f* /.whistles s4and ,side. .J Q hs,' r '
t. I JitiOn
; clocks etc' etc.; :
.ship' 'ttCI.- .tftf, I' I 0 We have sold several lots in our new Bay View north of the city and ;,

l I .-..-r.. ,tftf r, I I 0 S have some left at.;150,00 each only 50 dollars'cash' down. r'
>' 1r i, .A' ;f- ':"'+r'W. t Riverside lots a{the..best investments in the city at 500 dollars each, ,166 '

t t G, E. WORTHINGTON,1.30512th : ; .I ; r On Sh torlongTfme. : 0 dollars;cash( balance in one and two years. l' K ,f

;'>" Stre tJ2'doors,West ,of 'Red,Cross Phar-cy, {w{j r \ E4YPayments! ; I 0 Several choice, furnished i houses to lease for the season.t t' ,. I *'tS *.

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__&Ias Stood The Test. '25 Years Dade' 60. Security ,Co. ,

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Grove's ,. *> FREpRUTTER t ;' ,. .U' I e } Estate \"

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Tasteless' Chi lonkr"so. GtBir Coatractor.Grading. ., Rooms 8 ,9aud

s BUstinev. ( ; lOj, Frlssell Building' \> 4. "1

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> .... ...1.....II r.,1 atrb Ge tata
Few Bin Capabi..1 Learnng Tab -
Wlaler Qm&Mvra. ......... i'nlw' Miami
The Andean condor lQ the flying cap Few II BusinessDirectory;:
Machine men are competent to turn a i
Shop at the Bronx Zoological park. New billiard bail, and the business Is exactIng ,
York, turned hla scrawny bead to one 1!i more skill than ever before In thehistory
tde and squinted dotra at the round ; I _
: of
.nts. for theJNew. Era Gas Engines.1:(}asolene beneath him over hU Abroad wblte rufl.1 I never ivory before turning In the for history the reasonthat of the I II I TheOut of Town Buyer and those within the city will find In the
Evidently .onKtbtngl: Was happening list below the addresses of Mlars.
lathe was It so for an unskilled Merchants under
easy S
land kerosene' engine repairing a SPECIALTY on the ground that was unusual The |workman to eat up his salary In a : II classified: heads for ret 'V eference. .

l I Irj clumsy pelicans were|ikorliiK themselves i 1 I wasteful manner of cutting and turn- I 'I-!
; General Repair Work off for a bear I winged) Bight I!ring. i I 1 E. L. BRADY CO. BIJRDINE 1i

F&EVEJJTHSTREET>' MIAMI FLORIDA with an expedition ttiajl I Indicated that I I j A first class billiard ball must be I I II Fancy Grocers. Hay Grata i QUARTERMAN
they were In a perturbed state of J ''
mind. Fire men haJjtuit entered the '{|two and three-eighths Inches In dlami : and )Mape Fertilizer Dealers In Dry Goods, NoMona ..
i eter, absolutely round to the five thousandths -
< cage. They had nets 5 1 tth them. Evidently I part of an Inch, free from"barky" I i Fresh Fruits and Vegetable and LJles hrDl lnp.

uthern Marble& Stone Co. something of|Importance was outside Itth Street Cor. 300.30E
I and sand of 'Ave D. Miami. Fla. ( 12th St Miami. fly
about to be done. | i .
;)1 i live Ivory,' white and clear. In order I
1., + S. HOOAN STREET. JACKSONVILLE The men distributed! Uiemselrea :! to make 'selection of a tusk' possl- i J. E. LUMMUS I J. B. 8CREVEN
tl Headquarters for about: the cage, aoojesj! 'n the nlldIeand I' billtles-always to get three balls of {
some at the en
Building Stone Marble etc. of hours the scene rtjj bided one of a ..tusk weighing from 73: to 100 pounds. I Hay and Fertilizers. ides Toilet Articles..8tatjosxn130 t
.f chicken roost trlili-h" liny suJJenlj-bccn I i allowing for the hollow portion and I .
For all tlifetrjapi-earaiic-e i or 336 lath Street. ) ? Avenue D. Miami VU
disturbed I,avoiding the'enamel! and sand cracks Miami Fla. ?
MOSAIC AND TILE WORK wisdom the birds .*)ii i displayed tie :
here is the art of the competent ivory I YOUNGS' PHARMACY
11(. fact that they "m !*aalis 'Tattled." t \
A. J.
turner; for which he la greatly underpaid CAMPBELL ,,-
.FOHJFLOORS.. BATH. ROOMS, MANTELS. ETCH i I i1 They figuratively} as'well as literally, .1 and underappreciated. II i iI 1214 Avenue, a Miami ry.

'>/1 Mooameflts, General 'Cemetery Work etc: "flew all to pieces." | ie bird, tired i I I The nisklug of a billiard ball in- ': I Dealer! In Dry Good. Cloth- j, Drugs, Tollet."( s''

out one-after nuotlx t4l Were I captured I'yolves bead work and handwork. There tag Gent' Furnishings. Article*. Perlumer..... 8taUdnery. '
s4tI IIeeuenedtactutiea. Go. Fencing Prompt Ser.ce.T. and carried out to a t!iatnnUcr luclonure i j I I U no automatic lathe combination that .
: etc
In a closed bulldIng.-The. condor dl*- ever will turn out a perfect billiard Sn Avenue D. Miami. Fit.f : Prescriptions i

proved the saying of;'ilie SpnnUb sageregarding i!! ball however It may proJuce the pool f carefully compounded.ARMSTRONG : .
the catcblufe[ I of old birds ball In its Irre'gulnrity of form. But GROCERY CO. i I. : .
': with chat He left his percu and descended' BECK WILSON A HUDDLEsTON 't
T. before the trained band can make
Ch&se&Harlley: to get a belter View of the ready to tarn out the i-erfect sphere of I 4 11 line of staple and fancy groceries, Deal Estate and Insurant ;
e & CO trouble. Finding hinisel lf too Dear fur the billiard ball the trained eye and : Suite 2.1,1. and S *i "
Beat baojt lfresh meats, vegetables. poultry, ate.
\ t comfort, be jhgala. Then be judgment of the turner will have been '. 30' 1-2 Twelfth street"Miami, lsi
.. lost his bead with tb,f other and flap- I '
taxed to the.! best effort In the firsl { 'I"
;SUCCESSORS TD'ASB'HARNEYI ping hither and thither'In his ungainly! place the men will need! to l't'C) j NlW Prout Bid;, 11th at., Avenue. D THE' RED .CROSS PHARMACY '.,
fashion soon found }litiaself npon the gulze//I I '
Fire the quality of ivory lie must I.THE '' '
$ Inc. round agates One ot the men crabbed Dealers In.'Drag .Medicines,
whether It be of the bent quality, a* MAGNOLIA GROCERY CO. ,
;FRUIT AND him by the bend. Another! threw a well a* of the most economical form In j Dealers In Groceries, Toilet Articles. Prescripdoai *,} ly
( Hay and
Accident and pair of arm around hU body and held the tusk. And when be has made his carefully compiU.J14. Man I {
[;'lNSGSTABLS hi* wings closely. NotVlthont' a physical purchase: of the best possible material f Grain. order* promptly attended to: f.

protest did the condor anccnmb to a single drafty window In his shop Cor. Ave. D and 4ta 8t Miami Fla. 12ta St, Cor. Ave. C. MlamL IT-
iPACKeRS'T the tneritable. He tried! to bis t rd
spread "
orn 8\1 0 when the-mercury U 10 degree above :
wings Ue'trled to wrench his bead
& Dealers. : airs may ruin his Ivory stock: In five
'*'.jf L away. The men froth| > previous experience .. .
minutes. ? -; .4 ---
rate InsurancejMaterial knew what to\\expect' should be Zanzibar and the general west coast Mullikin & j>eBerry x
succeed In ; '
doing elate On
one occasion of Africa produce the best elephant 1 ,
the condor bad bitten the forearm while the Siberian from
Ivory Ivory '
f: : of one of the men,Cutting through .. s '
the dead mastodon la the! least vain- "
FIDELITY. BONDS three thicknesses of cloth with the facility able, 'requiring good Judgment toj i ROUGH AND "]
IHttII U4.IUahODU r- of a raior.. Tbejrjdld; not care to distinguish It In many cases. This I DRESSEDPINE '
furnish.bones from their persons, for "dead" Ivory from Siberia la lees val- .
114;Ikml: Rlier DocL, OLDEST,AGENCY IN MIAMIHorseShoeing his loathsome.blrdshlpi uable In a ball than I* the composition

Moving a roDdor"o ; any of the other of celluloid and bone dust. The tusk j, LIJMBEP

birds for that matter! from the outdoor of the African elephant,will run from j jeventyBve :_ ..,
.- flying cage to th warmer; winter pound to 1M; pounds nut -r -- .--- 'v
t quarter, and rice versa, la a Job requiring no two tusks even of the same weight, I I I Write for prices. Now ready to fill orders. +
: $sr care. The condor must not be present like possibilities In ball making.
: squeezed too hard-for! # that would Injure One tusk may be blunt and short office 32312th Street. E. A. Perry Agent n3
; him. He most not have too much while the other 1 thin and to I
I freedom for the play;cf his wings, for : COUNTY, FLORIDA': r"i
; 4 AND DISEASED HOOFS:.SEE a sharp pointIn a general way, bow-
"better one byrde In band than tea In ever, a tusk that weigh 150 pounds t "
,''i, JLaFontlseb: 708 7th St the wood. || will be about five feet six Inches long j -
"You most keep ;J-par head level Its general structure is that of the i Pomona Nurseries-
when carrying a condor" remarked
1- j coWs horn running from a shell at '
one of the keepers.J g pToti can't 'let j the base gradually! thickening until I II i; a

yourself get nervous wfcen you feel his I the hollow disappears a little short of -lfti
W.:, C. Maynard wings pushing out under your arms. half the tusk's length. Prom this ending I -
1&* If be should get life wtngs loose; why j of tbe hollow the tu"k tapers: sharp I Thoe wanting orange ,
GRADUATE. OPTICIAN, you might see him climbing!\ the Ikr. ly until If It makes three billiard! balls I I'of

icpriofessipos j With. .Maynard Jk. Son. Jewelers And If yon press thj>m: too tight you standard size and best quality, it Is f! .1 and Grapefruit\TREES
may not only hurt blnu'but In your ex- !) all that may be expected of It for that !
A.ar D Net to Fort OBcr cltement forget about,ols head. If his pafP<"ll!. This means that a little less .
1 I Ii head gets loose wby.Eyou have a fight than eight Inches of the tusk's length those -
w. BACKUS on your bands, so contemplating plautinggroves: m the future, should inveab*
*vs f then you are. 1* available How to dispose of the .
; ..A.nar., : While there are many; tropical animals remainder of it to the best advantage I gate our. stock.: order for present. "
I- hr--,$ Plans SMeifioations and Details Mad at the Zoological park! and in Central leaving only a fell' ounces to loss la I i 1 and future planting and,are offeringIrnest

)RNEYS AT= LAW for Bnlldinp of.Ail Klndi, I'IJII'Res1deacet .park which mo-it"," be housedthrough the chief business of the Ivory worker. !''I f i
Dtw.ed 9 a Specialty. thewinter! yet with the mod-1 I Cutting a tusk for the three ball stock of tree ever grown m Dade County high
ia aa*outa, tsa.aI Orrict, 1315 ATXVUX D. ern equipment of thjt two menageries i blocks Is a Job In Itself. In the lint / *
the animals do not !tare,to be moved |., place.' the length of the hollow cannot l pu3e and high hammock lands. tf'e invite buyers to vim '

_ L4TBF: ,'C. Dtf.AKMO, when the season' changes-- They are be certain; also tbe outside of the tusk ,our a-
W. simply shut Inside or. outside of their i I almost certainly will have and crack l j nurseries and examine the tree We hare all the leading

I winter shelter., aa UMT-case may .be.- In tilt enamel and whether they .be
I JUQe&'L D.; ," ",. rob.1teo"t.i New York Tribune. M| deep or shallow.win W ofmuch con- and best varieties of Orange and Crape/nut Tree

4cm...wtti 1.4 Os...Paarwaq. sequence.. But. allowing for these minute Budded
11.rd.N. Bela etree Roth Building: > .'' Miami.Fla ...w...*. Si... Catorsbt IMaI )..... crack, which most be turned out On either Sour Orange lor Rough Lemon ,Roots 4 4y

"seteaar lr.'0 '. .The eye' can never Jake, the place-of to the last shadow from the best ball '. :
? ffLORIDA.- the ear.; During tie*Stint twelve or together' with the but' microscopic \I
TheChapmenliouseProw fourteen yean of normal life,knowledge trace of the enamel the first block for Nurseries located in section 3, 2 milea[west of Miami on rock road, y
JAOISOH, J3.SI.ci'it 'enter the mln4.;nalnlr the ball apo near Little River and Fulford. By securing trees from
P.W. CHAPMAN.gat. : through 1* cut ,a* cloe a* possible to home
SLSt *.. T. SfMcUl ky die wwk the eat: The little deaf mute la therefore -' the point of the task. After this lint nurseries you take no riakof importing WHITE FLY or other insect
0 nits n* i.... ; a thousand'time more Isolated block 1* cut to the last limit of economy diseases. This is an important matter which should not be overlooked' ;
caW BilM aeaU d Pate lIeado.dIet
Bix>CKArz.D _., Z- Oout OualaaaartlM ,4M nM than the child who ii;born blind. In the other may be cot comparatively Large illustrated catalog with prices and descriptions of ,varieties'
'FLOBIPA.1L UbU..wtaur PIMa'e< 8...balsg the domain of moral* ,the uneducated easily.blago Tribune. mailed free on application. !"' : .
Goo kuUq,StCiaf*>4 Onaa .
.. deaf mute's Isolation I* made dangerous '

_ WILLIAM 8, :Delray. Florida by the fact that tbe allurement to A ....... *...... I The Griffing,Bros. ,Go.UttlfXircnaJ .
aID are mostly addressed to tile ; People
eye who find It tiresome to read a
_ ic AtLawt ; A.W. .r. ham" while Its restraint. In-;youth at, least book more than once will scarcely Local OlfJeU, MUal RodS ;1

are mainly appeal tothe: eat. Mores credit the story ,which I Ie told of one {5to
Contractor. and Builder the blind, child;?cultivating hi* of the BcIlI7)al... The entire library ,
iggt +g 'Satisfaction hearing. J* only going; back to nature of,thl little bland consisted a. century
to hi* .forbears :'tbe *
Goaranteed.y. cave-'d welter* or more ago. of a tingle copy of Contractors
M FtobKinfc"and ......,...,..f..fltsad NMyKates. Nut to the search for food listening the.< "History..f Dr. 'Faustus." ..:A* AND Property Owners
> eye btmwM walt..... SM< JI.OII' "'I. far sounds 1*. perhaps,.man'* strongest most of the Inhabitant* were able ,
viUoOlamaiMTM. f.O.b.a7LLaLlta.Merrik :
primal Instlact The deaf
: learner dependent read provided word were not too dif

and, Counselor solely upon wets i. eye*, has, of IeuIt, ''the conjurer story bad been If don't want to SAVE
: ; & Kolb)' coarse: the lint instinct without the handed from noise to house, until from I you MONEY

;AtLawV. ,A:<-. safeguard of the aecond., -Header.It perpetual thumbing very little of bin we can't help you. If you do come to .

1 V alt G.R., StaML' aM YMnaiMHUDSON Red Estate Rentals' :etc. '" enchantment'or hla catastrophe wa ,
:Ti.v... left legible. When this alarming state
Estates MaMgetf The A. McDonald:
seems strange.to, think that.my of thing became evident a meeting of T.. Co.
Are. C,,neir 12th St, MUmL.Fla.: VloUn wa once a tree, but I do not the principal Inhabitants wa called to 3.

w *'- l know,what else could;:hav. caught the discuss what could be done to remedy r ,
Attorney at:Uwf = '" item mule that lie within It,'waiting for It for the people must have something And Buy Your Building/ Material ,.

Miami, Florida ExpertT pewt a the touch. It must[.be centuries old. to read. A proposal wa made and carried ,i i -. -
and through an those year It wa I that a* soon a* the season permit ; :
W.8RUSH., RepairingW listening and irni >g, weaving IA]! ted any Intercourse with Cornwall a Long Leaf Yellow, e.ad:Cypress .
with It* growth the forest melodic toj j! *upply of boob should be ordered. The
ThIsb C -F--.stows!;.. ,FkauU. ;, c.: PRESTON ting to generations yet unborn. question arose what these book should of all !kinds .

.. 304 9th St; .P.O.. Box 311 Wind and wave and song of bird f be but at last It wa* settled amicably f *
11. K
crash: of thunder,'drip of rain and matIng thatPemsatn an order should be transmitted to BricK '
We also sell
i' 1; JrIAvijLL.: ((4 kinds), Cement Sash Door
sip eall-an of these;hrs In the fiber I I I for another copy of the "His.
Emil A. Ehmann of the TioUn.,And die thousand note tory of Dr. Fiesta" and then tbe Mouldings, and whatever,else a builder .requires '

: R MNett.M.Dj of lea and storm tbi music of the waterfall meeting Joyously broke up. I at lowest possible,figure. .
and stream-Miat wonder thatIt .

i Booms'SandsrrisscDBaUdlag Architect I* so nearly the human voice There -. CklB. Small.. You Know Where We Are. 14tt Street Miami. l' "

; most have been a love story In that ..Eacargot*are,at their beat when_taken: .,
., "" West Palm,Beach Floridaloss' forest for it sings love, love and only IB tne vineyaroa at me sun 01 Marc
!* -1.T; -i ,
..u to'1 .. atoip.Offie ... love, though I do not remember. hearing and the beginning of April. They live ,
...I1..A... ec. It_until I knew yon,FneL I I on the shoot of the Tine* and during; Hob :
_ Awnings the 'winter bury themselves la the 'son &Thompkins GoihetotheArtStudfotl205udl207Are.C. '

.<.._ Pre'! jh| fkr. j I ground during which time_they are :
J f! aylor Every country andevery age baa Its purged of all grog humors before they I, .

.,.. historical, semlhlstoricml or traditional 'I return to enjoy themselves In the field '
i. 5 10c .
stories 1In r the spring. Cooking theee snails la and .
(. ', *,*f; concerning stone falling I betweel 12
PXARMACr'Areatre from'the sky ors 'more properly, not an easy matter. They are drawn 11II1311I. $Is.
from space. Levi !ilells;.of a whole I from the shell, which I* then carefully .
aXcifliiSursjwon bower of 'aerolites *wblch fell 'on the scrubbed and washed. Their bead are Variety Store For'jPicture frames mould-

t mountains near Rome; in;the rear.6.>1 cut off and they are well soaked In salt ,
B. C. The 'Annde| marble and water then returned to the shell ,
narblee ( ing' and
1--i: which la A fine of a high dass of
tables' giving the efent of tbe Grecian stopped with parsley batter display toys -
from 15$2 and laid to simmer In a hot dish over
history B. a to 021 Japanese Goods for'
Specialist' B..:
,.' ?" Dental account of a great Jsione which .teil opinions about the flavor of the escargot" Christmas Presents. .
ui, .Or wi down from, heaven," at .Tlo ostam' there i* no doubt that both In taste E
B and substanceIt II an edible unlike See our 5 and 10 cent counters
about the! year 4CT K C.:. Tllny. whi> Mrs l
other known The Wiltshire loaded with useful and James
I died In the year 79 A* D, says that In any pee ornamea' ,, Scott '
|le. especially the population of 8win- tal articles. We TiUo handle tin
L. McDONALD; XS Grore:'AY;, PBtchmoa&'RJ' .. bl* time "great'air'stone"foregoing;, mentioned ton,: eat the large garden snails a* a ,wooden and granite" ware, nsefu' t
In tile
,mood.Roc ,<.}f'N..C1tT, seen on;the' wa,., "and.still "to hi-be common'dainty They are sold In the articles for dining room and kitchen 8e.: tt Metropolis isfort ,11robtY /"\:
." .1IiL..1' _... "0' ; Hellespont! market:.Hke:Y periwinkles', '8nallJng"to ,outfits for hghthonsekeeping J08!(I'ord'fait,. : taU"nanOtra" "' ''I' : :t---_ : .
tract "" "';' .t' -'w', -&. ,' ,t"\ :.*, '; add- *..,;lta lk area BOW;.of the .:. ,_'. y, ', .:t. a I.--..-. *-***.; r- V. r-'T.'' A .; .' ,

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'aa acre which la the cost of shedding I "tOFTON

QUESTIONS ANSWERED; further north. There Ire ten to twelve I Ir '

1 r !thousand plants: to the acre and the & EI

1I I r fruit brings In the neighborhood of ,
from 60 cents a dozen for Red Spanish
Information of Interest to the Prospective Settle rt to 25 cents a piece! for' Porto Rices I 3

;The percentage of plants fruiting de I b bI
Concerning Miami and tlu.Southern: i
penis upon the care and judgment exercised

Portion of Dade County. $ !in'their culture some growers r// I Have Your Auto repaired at ''Loffqi:,

t having! succeeded in securing fruit /n?tint ..

from 90 per cent of the plants In their & Einig. pet your bicycles repairs

Inquiries are Directed: t water works, sewerage telephone ay,f.So r pineries Lands may be purchased from 15 otlO ed at Lofton& Einig; we 'makethel

many prospect ve letUerGT tem. ree mail deilvery.three newspi,:; an acre up, depending on proxlmIty i"- I 'inf
QM Uetropolia by condition pen, two national banks one Sl&t1 l to roads and shipping! point Goo.! IN ALL QUARTERSwhere prices right EVERYTHING:
: yrtating tomesetken in ,thin part of (he country..bank, etc. It has miles of beauuri, !,i c ')ands on rock road within 6 miles or bur plea bate t been tasted ant I the SUNDRY LINE in Stock|
i streets of'native white stone It I h Miami may be had for j50:; an acre and
and the burden of oorresr cadence ei tested ;rou'wW hear them praised!
ii sometimes less than that for land I .
of florid
tailed thereby h&I' beoon o hear, practical the terminus the : There la I[ knack about pIe /F '
: not immediately on a road. The sam< heartily. a ,
bare attempted {a the follow'be East Coast Railway,for though. an etension :
fiat we I'j quality of land farther away fron baking which we have caught per |Columbia
bicycle at S40. Cleveland $40.
1 article to summartij tacit Infoi- of the road has. recently beelt, bicycles at Rambler lie
[transportation facilities can, of course, i!
land_ ectly.
most Important, and lo built penetrating the farming at $40. National bicycles at $40. Crescnt
la at
nation aa be purchased for less The land Is nn I bicycles $25.00 to<4
this )
miles south, mere
forty-five ql
the questions mast freqnentl; I II '
I Gnawer promising In appearance to those ac PIES .
i .nste-d It ts hoped by t ifs meant tha a feeder to the commerce of this dock.tor cltrl I customed to the deep rich soils of; OU1 Rent your bicycles from: Lot ton &.Einig-, tbejrll jive you a wheel to i
Here located the steamship
S Bac:,:e COPT oi the j aper. of wnlclkaaareui' are 1.1-
being and
') States rocky: sandy will bear comparison with even the
the P. ft O. Steamship Company
will. In mot
:re sent or
better "'whose lines art operated to Key Was yet results can be obtained from it beat of home made And If you are i '
eases: serve the purpose Intended far 'In ecess of the returns realised ,
letter. Specific information to Havana and to Nassau Immens. a fair Judge, you wfll admit ours are,
jx. than from the more fertile sections of the I
be obtalqed by wrltlni wharves etc. are being projected t even better than vother'a.* But yon Loftbn
may keep pace with the vastly. Increase, country.. Fertilizer must be used but i & Einf
to any of the real estate.or other firms \ the returns more than Justify the expenditurt wont be able to judge, unless you
maritime business that must follow oa ,
1 whose adverUlementl'appear in thii Involved give our a trial. !II' '
of the harbor work of '
the deepening ;'
x ._ paper; and the best way to become 11 Ai People of energy and Industry are I
which la progressing I
now Opposite Post
with beat condition, progreaa .
appropriation of $300,000 bat been .. heartily welcomed and the country's JOHN S. BOLD I
Industries .and current happenings basbor development being practically Just begun !
cured from the government for !
F while contemplating removing to thlisection. 12 STREET I .
and the Florid. there Is room for all to reap the '
improvements '
is through reading the Dally I benefits which must ensue'as the result .
East Coast Railroad la also pledged t9,
or the weekly Metropolis the former Before InveStij
of such development.
Capital finds
,, expend a like amount Thus. JWO.WM I
.f which will be scot to any aJdresi here most profitable Investment while DunsliiI! .
for this ana in '
is now being used purpose "
\ at Um rate of, $5 00 a year IUS for 1/ labor is In demand and well paid. People e your
It is a moral certainty that further approprlatlona !
large 8pact ? Wind Power
three months the Weekly Jf
will be secured until thi ,of moderate means who come here Home I
paper-being mai.ej for IL50 a harbor Is In a condition commensurati and buy a small tract of land, make a -J

year., with its Importance from a commep modest home, set out fruit trees, and Has been adopted by the best people of the\country'as the!

a THE CITY or' ituia cia, and strategical while waiting for these to come Into Hfty-two time!year li tasundtoyoaif cheapest power for raising water. Note the people who have?
Sprang out of the wnderaeaa nine i bearing! engagr In' trucking, are. always them, they conld have steam gas and hot air too if they want
-i'le&l'1 ago, the railroad hating reached Iandpolnt-an Importance recognized you ed it I handle the best mill made and make a specialty thH
i 15 1889 Prior to this by public men at the national capital; without exception successful.And business and with my pump mechanism that I have just been
} t this point April : and by all. who will study the location : this 'succes costs less effort thanIn !n. granted a patent'on.' I will guarantee to double the capaa
time one store, whose trade was principally 'I other of READ SUM value and life of
n of this port and its relation to menial parts the country, while any wind mill outfit. Any infringements .w.
with the Indiana and a few be i ,.
t and South Americas commerce the climatic! conditions render out-door J .prosecuted,
i scattered families, eking out a prec*r- that I work possible 111'"the I 'f.e
nothing of the vast trade every day year That illustrated weekly paper
say .
manufacture Iou livelihood of by coontle wrecking starch and werethe the must spring into existence upon the I wlijx; the health benefits of such an printed in Jacksonville and }{ PERRp, Cocoanut Grove, ,Flor\\:
j i-air life thrown In
canai opa At_the same .
of the Panama ,
completion published'everrwhere.A. .
1 only evidences of clrlll Uon. On ...
who enjoying
people are health
thi |
A g'ance at the map will show '
; Joly JS; 1896., Miami IncoriorateJ and moderate success in their present
as Instance a city,on furnighlng record In perhaps which the a only full the most future casual holds observer for the the Magic City a Jt:8had better stay where they are. K. Taylor f Sale of '
There should
I' > be weighty reasons to Influence
fledged city came Into existence ,
anyone. to make a move of such
., << first'baring been a town. Threebundred Miami has one of the best public! importance People who have made Hakes the cartoons and all the .

,_ registered veters are required schools In the State embracing both failures! elsewhere are not llke.y to I other pictures..
to entitle.any-community to bo called Che common and high school courses'. I r
very successful here. Intelligence andindustry I C rriag'e'and
|J8J a city less than that number constituting The buildings are large anj well veal essential
are as to good for-
[fe- ) a town- At a meeting held for UUted, and there Is a ron+petent corgiof tune here'aa In any other part of theglobe' I Claude L'EngL

} 'Ue'p of incorporation three, teachers A Catholic! convent, second : I r

aid'-one-half,'months after the first to none, In the State,-11 in full 'If !!t Is desired! to,engage in general I In pungent editorial\ Paragraphs '
train reached Miami.:344 votes were operation giving Instructions to totlirexee that Work Horsesi s
farming in the raising of wheat, corn, looks after the things .
-ast The phenomenal.growth of thle There are also private schooll, : k,
I br! beta! pnach, app'es, grapes or I need attention. .
period hat been Sustained musical conservatory, and art bock! /'
t early I& other product of the temperate lOne I .... ,., ,
.throughout the eight years of the c1b"11 that every educational need'mar. DUB must cast his lot some hundreds of i''
history! ,. There are about thirty" WARM, BRIGHT, !
a r..w. f445PL'LATiON be supplied ; miles( to the north, and accept the cold
;.. BTO. nourishing schools in the county. t-t! CLEVEB; I
.. ; that Is part of the legacy of lands I I ;
":' tiaml has at present a resident pop-, Every religious denomination is represented ,1 where these things k can be grown. if ifI

alatfon of between,6.000 and 6000. In and the following bate Neither is this a stock raising country. That the Sun i

the winter months this population la handsome church buildings: Presbjr There Is a "no fence law," which is a have received a car of 'fine'

augmented by the aduUon.of. thousands terms, Episcopalian- Catholic: M. E:' i'
cwt great boon to the settler of limited horses and interested
of_visitors mostly of the wealthiest Church, M. E. Church South, anJ I means, and there la very little livestock If you pay to read this paper you anyone

.classes 'who'come to enjoy the Baptist || > In the country On the. other can read THE:: SUN too can inspect i them at my stable

Ideal_climate:'and,the finest fishing In I SOILS AND PRODUCTS ||I hand. if It la desired to engage In the WITHOUT EXTRA EXTKNSB. I, ,

the.world., To accommodate then 1 The principal Industry In this Mflj culture of citrus fruits, pineapples various I I

t visitors;there sri numerous hotels I Uon It the growing of fruits and wt tropical or semitropical fruits, Ask us or write us and

i" .sad boarding houses principal among I ter'vegetables for the Northern mitt the growing of vegetanles at the season IL.McN.f

which lithe stately Hotel Royal Palm keta Tomatoes form the staple crop, of the year when all other parts how. L :

and the grand new Halcyon HaUJxKh but there are large quantities of other of the country are In the grip of wintr \WU tcp[ you :

monument In else, fraadear and ac I vegetables grown, such as tomatoei, this section offers decided advantages .> I ,

commodating facilities .->.-- egg plant peppers.'aean eta The over any other portion of the' NQ need to send to Jacksonville or ; i'' It '<'1,-

The population la "cosmopolitan ev- planting season extends Trom about United States. elsewhere for', wadding Invitations announcements Fifteenth Street West of Avenue. D. .:. /

every state In the Union furnishing October! 1,to January IS and the Lock or fancy stationery. The fi

Quota of- representatives An vnde- of the shipments are sent North froja Metropolis Is prepared to do this work tr
sizable. foreign element Is unknqwn November until May although then Calling cards handsomely printed the very latest style. We are here Miami, Fla.

yr CUlttTB! being practically no difference In the.... at the Metropolis omen 1111 guarantee you satisfaction I

Writing' from,, personal experience t seasons seeds may be planted or vegetable j I r _

after visiting California and other sections gathered any day in the year --

5 when climatic' conditions are i Vegetables are grown usually on the

=u considered at their best,we can unhesitatingly prairie *!and, which are free frotn H. FJ-| Scruggs & C'

say that Miami has the most timber and are composed of a kink or ,
''perfect, wlntw.c'.linate In the United'mar,. |1:1: MY SFBCi IIT _
; :State CoM! la almost unknown, even Fruits are grown on pine lands, [Plumbing Steam
rare. which slightly higher than the
the slightest frost being very are '
',The warmth of summer.Is temperedby 'prairies, and in this section very rocky and Gas ,Fitting :

'the 'cooling bree.ea'from the Atlantic ;This rock Is a peculiar coral formation -

( and the highest temperature 1 containing a great deal.of plant: food, PLUMBERS SUPPLIES Et(

' recorded fcy the government: thermometer as,evidenced by the fact that in many nisi I In R. tMs4 Ra ", '
'during the summer months 48. placesxtrange and other fruit trees are t c'"
thriftily, though 816 Avenue D : : : MlamL. Flat
HEALTH1W to be seen bearing iJ.r
dty.ranks.among the first Inks j I apparently standing on a solid plate

( ) United State la polat" of health, of thia rock. Being of a porous lot -- -
' There. la entire freedom from malaria. honey-combed structure 'the roots?of "
w: .ail.tkero art "prevailing diseases.*, the ,trees are enabled to penetrate? It Atlantic Coast Line 'It'

Those aUmeets w cJi"are common. to sad draw ample sustenance from t.hat! M J. Yarborough
, an parts of UM country aera to be I|would'appear to be a very unpromising ; THROUGH SCHEDULE : r

ben robbed,to part of their. power, aa source. This rock, by thevjny,

they"uiaUy appear la a',mild form I(makes a beautiful and lurable1i 4' Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Virginia, worth Carolina Contractor and Build;

sad any leave. tile bad>> effects which Ing material sad the new court hoise' and South Carolina i '

'follow In 'the wake'of like diseases and Jail aa wen aa several residences The great Highway of Travel between j II i Buudcr of the Palm Beach dote! J
I laewber Scarlet,f.ver.d .JlpkIberia -t[Ia the city, built of this stone .are

art unknown, whe typhoidver .mach admired by an visitors It'also House Moving a Specialty

IS rarely heard of.: It to a desirable ''makes I the finest road material b)"th e and the East and West North and South 1-
place for those Buffering from 1 world, sad Dade county leads ai(.fthtra i! Miami.'Florida, \;i lDUNHAM

lac tronblee,:astkma, catanV and" la the State to mileage and condltloa -

baDar diseases'which are prevalent or her highwaya. || I .

taeoUer climates Many persona af-| The frulta cultivated are chiefly Convenient Service Kl "*vit Pullman' Bqaipmmc: Magnificent Dining Ca .

tided with these Ills have com here ,grape-fruit. ,"oranges,"'and pineapples, j THE '
aad kave'been cured or feau7.bene- guavaa mangoes avocado pears and FLYER ;
ftttd. Of course, thto Is not the case limes are largely produced but being Route of the )F DIXIE ; '
to every Instance People die here, aa;Indigenous to.the country; they thrive Celebrated

;: they do eTer'Where'e1M'- country.'w1th.UWe:or no cultivation. .CUroi Trains j ).10 TGOtEKYt'r AND N.

* aaa yet been discovered where'peopl...,trees: wfll,require,from three tq five none McI sips a4aiztthag
; _
' are Immune''lrom' death sad ..disease.4t years after planting to produce ttnltPlnopplea : I.COSVENiNT t- p
> the same time' It.maybe truth- | which grow oa 'a 'plant METHOD OK TRAYKUXG i ;;

tall3_still that the conditions tending somewhat resembling the tact.rand:: Atlantic Cast i.ine one thousand mil ticket good over 14.0HO mites of railroad :
-- all of the South on sale at all principal agencies at
as"favor ,embracing
I* general kealthfalneca are I I which are propagated settlngijlipa:
date of purchase. For full earnpl -
rate..f tai raeb. Umltd.to one ;year from .
able u to' any section of the country. or suckers, bear fruit In '18 months .and reliable Information regarding**.scbedultr. Pullman service ete.Wrif ;I

.-, .and tar mere: so than to moet I after planting Is.this. 8ectontner Star\l lf Paper Hanging and Kalsomlrilng F
Till CITI'8 'I1ITUKSIBamt are grown la the open there beta no FraakC.-S.cylMos l ;Dist. Pus. Agt. ,W. D. ;Trawling Pass.Agent' Agency ,Peat's. Wall Papers.. : ",
: : f I lag tit. 8af.ueet. Jacksonville! ;fls., I'
eol4.andthert "
.... -: 1' :, poaseasea an ireoavft-::eceealty: h'for protection.'aYtq from tit'aboa't i it':.1+ ?ttnrr.ou.Tr.nl,.lfsnager. 'w ...viili.1: t._....<< 'Agt: Call or write for Estimates, Office 13.15 Avt
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