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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 30, 1905
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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"':" VOL........ 3. NO.. .' 19" ." :u.-r:... MIAMI FLd a. iDA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30f 1905. sus UJlMrTHr.* r Price, _S Cenisi. -'
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'MSS' MEETING OF MIAMI CITIZENS THE I SURANCE



IENDORSE CONGRESSIONAL MEMORIAL INV STIGATION WERE: RfATEDi AT COUNCIl CHAMBER TOMORROW T




,5.. -- IN MEMORIAM ,I II IS ;NOW AT END -. WIT PROGRAM dience at once by her ease and grad... .


Seeking i An Additional Appropriation I I Her first long was Schubert's.
Resolution Passed by Church and Society I ''In To Devise Plans for Meeting .
I i I II Spring. and was sung with all
t 'For Harbor Work' I on Death of Mrs. Suggs. '
I. I the expression that a singer of inch. Idle Labor Situation -

!;1l I. I h'gh_ culture can give to the classics. <

J.:; :. .. The following resolution on the assassination Committee faded Inquiry, After the High st Class Mush' atSchoi At none of the Conservatory concerts

... of Mrs. Dora Sagas was I I have fay but the best compositions
Jour Months' Session Today I Auditorium
the united of the been programs.The
COMMITTEE APPOINTED adopted at meeting pat on the .
I II ; NOW
c' Congregational Church and T. P. C. I one last night was arranged with CONFRONTING CITY

: E. "Society of Cocoanut Grove, held 111- I all customary artistic taste. Mr.

".1;,( December ,I7th: i ; Bush again used his grand plain

:.04.;:'. ., .f -,., ..,..Our church u4.T..P.:C.'E... Society WILL PREPARE REPORT BY' MIAMI (CONSERVATORY() which be uses In all concert workjud

;,To.\Drift Same, l Incorporating at Cocoanut drove, has sustain- I I .iI ,, proved himself a past master la Its Many Blame laborers for Rob-
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'; ej'a great loss by the tragic and untimely manipulation. |
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tord of Trade,Ststiiicsi- IjIj Ij-
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[ I \ T death'of one of our actlre members : i i Each performer received repeated beries Nov Being.Perpetrated -

\\f: Report of Business Sister Dora Suggs who was bra- I encores to which he or she reluctantly
: ,. To lapis Store Which Will Gin Of Music! Nilht- .cked Here '
tally murdered on the night of Decem- 1St. responded. The .program' in orJer.

".";-.;...;.r" "" ber 1$. =fob, at the age of twea\1- i1De It ft Host! Careful and r. HoossOf ;''lstened to Choice was u follows: .I t i I aWhile

leavings husband Grieg- Sonata for violin +
,earls. grief'stricken and lana -

.! .' end and, two young children.' also lSt Probing: : tenditions I -Mr. and Mrs. Busk. |
of Miami
Port
;:.."......:bJ'Tb_. parent well stricken la years, with I Shubert- "Faith ,la .prt.."; DeaD Others''Reciti, i the, Feet
other la this community Illj "81 tu Savais" Hartsog- TTh
:Prewtt; Semi et en Aejonrned many relates ; '
to'mourn her awfully Tiolent death. I i Tears at the 'Spring" Miss. Talla- ,That City J is 'Meeting With t

?.Y.ttag Next: Friday HightCcwfflittee I :Mrs. Suggs was a woman of many bT' terra r
.. .. New T |fDec.; 30AA.er pursuing The conceit the faculty or the Heavy Expense ia Preserving.
noble traits character.. A .loring Tichaikowsky "Chant Par.
'Will Carry Same to aa inquiry law tht'methods'*ofu Conservatory of Yule for the state sans
; deToted.wU and affectionate >> J ass Delibes "Barcarolle and Pis-
and aa : j ; Order-Nember Being Increased
J..' the. lift insurance companies: In this, Educational association held i I at the de ,. .
:1Neegtoa for Presentation mother sad daughter. She was hap tr'-Kra. Bush. '
'/ ,.. '- h .. PDT converted 'during1 the rertral State covering *i./,.fertod" of nearly auditorium!) 1 ist night was a highly: Anton Rubinstein Etude, Daily ..!._
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.. '.1. .., meetings, conducted by Mrs Bertha four mODtU.r.UL legislative InsuranceInresJUgauBr'1 clasilcal.and splendidly rendered proC major"-Mr. Bush. :'

"f' J:' I I Harris, from Cincinnati at Coconut ': committee ended Itasession gram of rod I, piano_ and Tlolin selections. Veniano "Concert Waltz Miss s

*1t.A BUI meeting of tit cltlztu Gl'01'ethe'; earl, part' of this year tall afternoon. TaUaferroL | '
; .' I I Since uniting with the church, her Prof. andJMrs. Flaaklla! folemaaBush Oride Mnsln-"Masurka de Concert.e A meting of citizens has been' canedto
=mod=at'the Fair building last night 1 A nIt I fajjccnmnlatlon of testimonywhich '
"'t .'I lift has, beenconsistent end earnest needed BO Introduction to fb -Mrs. Bush. I be held at the city council chamber

-.jd aas'.were: formulated'fotj ,preparing I She: .loved .O id's ,people. To lire In contains revelations astounding public and LS they appeared' there Chopin "Etude Op. 25, No. a"; tomorrow morning at tea o'clock for
to the pubil? will be prepared'to immediately '
,<,a"memorial to Congress seeking, the the hearts wi leave behind. Is not was .geaeron i applauding. The first Leschtlikl "Fantasle de La "
ihe
by committee In Its report the purpose of considering Del derto
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twardfng oe; antherappropriation die. She vas wonderfully regular number was me of Grieg's sonataa for ,
. to the legislature. The trouble
:*.'t' oTtat"ompitdoa ,of the harbor! In attendance at an, services, both started In*!he'afiairs of the Equitable the violin j a id piano by Mrs. Bush STATE SCHOOL TEACHERS t las wads and means for caring.s .for. the '
Sunday and !reek She'was violinist, ptarlilt. ELECT Idle laborers now' ia the ;
":.work la BUcaynt Bay..and for sending day. a tht am Mr. Bush K OFFICERS many city
early la part of the year and '
'a-committee to "Washington to present. willing work ralwsys ready and will aroused lAJturaact' ,art scandals which appeared was: perform id In their nsualj( masterly and to protect It from all deeds .'ot

.;:'aad 'Urn the lamb. fag to do wh it she could. In'' bDcelnb1 and aq site style. r,. Those Chosen at Business Session of misconduct, that at+s. considered to

d\'Tht.meeting' was largely'atteJafter' "She loved J esns and everything per; Miss Julia Tallaferro next appeared Association Yesterday .J( 1 have arisen from their presence hert. : .
The reorf of the committee will be
the hadbeeastated; n'ntny to HI cause. .-.She was a bright handsomely [costumed In a white and I QuIte a large number of cltlxena t
'f objert > : the subject most earnest consider ( -
Y r.-W.- W. Prout. Board'of Trade; cheerful'arcs earnest Christian.\ Her atlon 'bythe legislature. pink creatlota! over white silk, wondecollete The following officers of the State have signified their willingness. and

mltteeman... to'' prepare for the piety was re acted In her face al.TaI It : ; z win short sleeves knJ 1 p n Educational! Association: for the earn desire to attend the meeting as they ,,

etlng.-Judge A. ,E...Heyser. ,was I happy She was greatly beloved' Continued, \ on Page S white gloves. and she- 'won t'--I the anWILlllAM lIng year were elected yesterday! after consider the time opportune for some
aD who to her. which the step and set: to rM! of
and ,A. MrSlnnbrf by ew She was irtve. meeting adjourned for the city these
stosen/ehalrman.; George
.'..'secretary the' same.rtijtaklng ,, -. fearless and courageous, and had !' ROTEN AGEp ] -.t.tI the session: ,[ Idlers and prevent others from coming
t +
Russel''
:("; the chair Judge ,Heyser great decislo i of character.' President A. M. C. of here. The problem seems a difficult

?!.spoke' briefly" on the Importance ol "Her sudd n death .by the hand of KEY WESTER WSAPPEARS Brooks ville. f I one to solve, and on that* account no -,

:' fsecarlag,. an, Additional -governmenttkm a cruel. anx coward'y assassin! cut 1cePre.ldent)1111I Rowena Long- I.definite' forecast of the 'result1. can. be ; '

iI> forjcompJeW 1 thework thf rta., ,. prpclon Mtfefan, :of promisetif''usefulness. I mire, Bartow.Secretary 'I I made. _
Her blood\ i cries to J. Gt It is recited 'the '
whlcn1U Kellum' Tails by some that laborers
here '
!!o;: !ea':advanced ,: and III -. ,
,
.!1.'I'JI1ut..wIth finish mean so moeh"port. for vengeance. Her spirit < ills Wife 0 sons and four daughters hassee. | i or some of them are-, the perpetrators t ;

w{a Tt_ the .'of Miami commercially has gone to be, with Christ.: ThereHeaven BOAT OF J AGED KEY WESTER_ i are his I Hate survivors !and thehave 1. Treasurer, R. L. Turner .r'T'er- '' of the many recent thefts

fore be it, } I nest. I and burglaries In this city, while others '
aad'cther.ri.e.'i'heataitsuca. : entire
? ; FOUNDAT:' SUMMERLAND KEY- the ) apathy i of the com-
'.: "Resolreiand First That this church .|I t, i Executive committee Miss Ruth contend that if they are not'committing '
report
: {; prepared"b muult1. ; '
t "special; Board, of Trade committee. Christ n Endeavor Society. con. SUPPOSED TO BE DROWNED -Alias, P u the Wardlow entertained d' erford. Jacksonville; R. E. H the d lIreJ'aUon. that ,their'

5f. .t which Mr. Front'Is chairman irai T't'to Brother Sagas, their assurance OTHERIISLANO; CITY NEWS a few f'1e ids Wednesday |ln hon ami; J. :A. Ormond Marianna; .presence here has been the mea of
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y' .:' "" ,?'. abe,'same showing an accurate of syn pathy and condolence In! of her blrt iday. The guests enjorec :Miller. Orlando. Ufl1.- bringing In thieves, who seek by the

Don": of the business don his overwhf: Imlng grief and bereavement crowded condition of the town to open
iii a. marshma, ow roast. and were served,
;) ng that God's .blessing BROTHER ate nnspprehended.
.18' through the jwrt. ..., l pra J' with .dainty refreshments before -- KILLED
i- ".1JdnseeEwere' then fa'order: an-t may rest 11 on him; that the conso'a- parilch IN 'TENNESSEE This, however Is not the only question
: Mr. taking of;w the ceremony of wish i
: Henry Niles returned from his I
the discussions tlon ,of dlr ne grace may be given at Issue, as the presence hers of
the evening and s
,,1 daring ing on the < andles from the bake, I
Aat.followed remarks were inadt byJ. him fad t at the everlasting arms farm onii| +merl'l1d Key Wednesday performedThe' guests were Misses was Knoxvllle. Dec A special iron; these men has necessitated the city

Jrdgs ..T.; Sanders. Hem. J.W.Wat may be nni erneath,and round about morning(; nd reports that he found Gladys Cnrhr.' Florence Maloney.. Isabelle SneedvUle says that David Green fatally putting on a number ,of 'extra policemen

*:5"ii-.vacesaatorTd.oa s.J T..V.Koore.' Mr.'"Shannahaa, him. giving strength to bear up; under the boat end skiff of!!I; William Eaten, Job} son, Susie Johnson aad- shot his brother today h to which, with, the other expenses1_.

: ; R. B.. Gaatier and this. great iffllctlon"Second. who..na* :[ibeen missing, but'a 'search Allele claimed that the victim Irving Green. Incurred la preserving. order, trytajg
Broesler.
< .., That this! 'memoram' be ', and disposing of persons; '
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-t' through||hs' bf lifted to recover The Monlay'NIgfit was whlplng his sister when David interfered. arrested. to
spread,:upo the church record and Club, j win girt causing the city an additional ++'
monthly
ti.u't1e' of the committee the i whereabouts of Rotea. 'I .
'?<,- sense a dinner pt rty at La Brisa New Tears ,Irving then attacked [par-:
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>%bat'the, project be unanimously ea- the mlnnteiety. of the T. P. C, E. Sod- He wi jlast seen ,by '.om*, fishermen night. J : Id with a pitchfork and at close rings expense of several hundred dollars.
committee e' be : -: who helped him I the same la no way being met by
; dopsed"" a4'Jbat.a apjf to make a harbor Mr. J. 8. R'hltnehas the latter fired hi. gun killing his as-
jf
same to embrace the s'ttlstlcsl'rrport ti of the Mia nl papers for publication:! shifted lad they were compelled to JDnlon! for E such arrests. Very few of .the Idle *3

; : of the'Board of Trade "S'gned' n behalf'of the Congregational leave. .|Jloten eDdeaT'ored'w to come Major ensnlni Caaa.: year. I ,GENERAL BINGHAM men arrested pay out of jail but go

\ :Tils:committee consist. of / chur h..8. G Merrick. pastor. to Key ,West and since then has not Dunn have L. Phillips and'Lieut. BECOMES { to prison to serve out their sentence

r-'i, W.W..Pront.4. .J,;:' ,' Mrs. A. W.CoaU, district .Inspection. of_ labor secured from them the
T.J11Dct0lW pres. on street Md
1" ? Rotenjjfas a very old man. and it Is
) Forts Dad< and De Soto. New York Dec. SO = General Theo-
< t adrUabOlty :rat appointing. a believed, |hat I .the rains and cold weather The Key West Conservatory of Music dore A. Bingham U. S. A., retired, Is Insignificant compared tithe toot

k; committee of three to go to'Washing'withthe'memorial G VE HIM MIAMIRIvi cramped; him and he fell overboard Is arraiglng' to give public wit become police commissioner of of maintaining.

toi \ and -urn the an! was drowned. cltal !In. JJ innary. The physical a I cnl-i rt- New York City, January 1. It was declared It Is further recited"that the railroad -
-claim for Miami for an additional bar Tlger|lidl Tribe No 1', k O. R. company Is dally Increasing Ita
taro class last night that there
rslde Cal, Dec. 22, 1905. and the pupils' j I orchestra were no x
toe: appropriation discussed and grand I force of Imported labor and that with
was M. had a celebration Christmas J Jn'Kht will be the! features of the politics in his appointment and that
agreed upon, and a emnmltree roIIllllt.J J'Editor. ;:Met polls: I. ''I; : wtan'about' 120 members program I' every batch some of them drop"off
"t if : were y Mrs. JJ Bradshaw he sought only to aid! Mayor McClel-
.''H lgnlet'Judge Heyser.' T.' V. Moore,!{I Intake pleasure in sending, fewCallforn'a. present!|Tbe Cornet Band furnished Imu.lc Saturday{JM.ornlnl' on the steamer Braved Saq'last lan In giving thecity the best. municipal ,: it here. Increasing the number already

iS f.B ,:B. Gamier and W. .W. :Front.lines. abooiaround .' I have been for the occasion. j Jaclnto anfl, remained until nlglt governemnt In the world.* HIs .. menace to the city. Others qn"., a ,

; were ,appointed to solicit subscriptions the whole State and I find no .It.' ha teen learned that Leal traveled l leaving on the Olivette. that a personal friend of Mayor McClel- ting the work in the keys return here
While
to'4draT,.tbe expenses of the same: p'ace'sO' i ce: and warm as ,Miami.! from J Key West to Tampa and city, shejifas)) entertained by Col.In,sad rhf.'lan. I r I and Join forces with the Miami crowd

;...,(I-A:vote of thanks were: extended to There are bear, frosts at Riverside I I back ajf In on a round trip ticket: Mrs. F. C Brossler. Mrs IrtMessrs H. 1(. Flagler{ and J, R. Par-' Cotton I .Bradshaw{[ lack of money.. But the conditionsnow.
,' ; Clty.Redlads City, City, Sanj bought i-14h11| office by Jose Andrews. was enro fe from Cameron. Texas 'JEROME SAYS ALL n'. '. LREPORTS
,
'' It
Is to'r
!i yptt.for; the promIDent.part'. and late BardeDo ( tty and San Diego! eTelTmonllDCo' I I The friends of Mrs. Ed. Falk will her preae it home to 8t.l l : contended are nothing
-"itt: they have'taken la:making Mlamrs i j ,J t Los Angeles It is worse j Augustinerelatives. ARE FALSE i what they will be a few r' r>nrti hence
|' 11 I. 'I regret. f4| learn .that she Is seriously to spend= he boMdays with t! r : when .
;. deep Crater project possible.afterwhic h There the. D..dln:1time I the weather r**s warmer and
hayeiheavy I
? this'
: ill!; although at wilting her condition She Is tb wife of Col. S. M. Bnulmerly I New York 'Dec. .JO Distrfct AV
t1w ineUng"adJourneanntirnext"Fritlay and !.] at ngat! The smaHpox k mosquitoes bad. causing great bunches'
t :
": js| slightly improved.The shaw, fo
colonel the 2ndreglmentj. torney Jerome declared today that all
i of of the
night when the report of the memrW'commlttH.m men to leave their work aadcomehere.
is also bad In Los Angeles. Give
g- of Hon. Jeremiah Fo- I
jnfneral F. 8. ,
T.
.reports that he has planned aPr'eJyaction .
.' be received and rat-Miami In the -winter time -for ,I took Then It Is that the worst
rtjr place agree !
e7 Wednesday Saraplni! Menendex, an !' against the several persons
employee at
;' ,futb t:action "oa 'completing. the 4&I I I know.it t .be the best place and the noon.; The Light Guard band Island the govef meat coal shed i is critically I'![COllected' wIth the Insurance"companies Is to feared nip aa and of It Is! to formulate plant
this
that
the
warmest i the country. I will '.be City Caurds and Masons attended besides meeting
III SVme time ago j great toewas are entirely false. He ls> not
hill I, Is called for tomorrow
takes-TRMN J J.y in'Miami about the'20th of January.I I '
thf family and numerous other talk
tated
amp as the result of an ready to or make his plans pub- A sentiment
RESTORED own thf place on the. corset .of, Ith frlt'iulI!' [raking the largest funeralever accident]' hilt at work. Blood lic. prevails among those
poison
I : Interested to
; RAILROAD : the meeting to call the
street Avenue D. I
ON RUSSIAN an
> w]7Pssed herepMr. and lock
; iw have. set In and his life I railroad
to the
I company aid of the
Wm. F. Koecler.GERMAi .
FogSrty was born In St. Anger 's dlspalipd. '
CARNEGIE WILL WRITE :
::Kletf rr. Dec M- The:pagwnger: sect i I tine but;I t;bas. spent the greater part of The pri: position made byj the cigar I HIS AUTOBIOGRAPHY that city as and the the railroad expression brought these!s beard; '

le.bas ben restored oc' the Sont h- MINISTER his Ufnhert For! el&htean or maanfact men
: : irers to the cigar makers New Tork, Dec. JO Andrew Carnegie south it. Is ob'inted.: ;
.-r wWteri fiaflroaJ :wand ;freight':"traffic- _. ;CHANGES POSITIONS more lie j seat connected with the firm has beer {withdrawn as the{cigar makers will .spend the winter at DuI them away again after morally It! has. to carry

'.f.-''li"jratfuinf >etn resumed.- of.\ttltiaa: Vary A Sons and for JJ failed to J'@pt1to the same by the geness Ga., at the home of his fist er found that they Incompetent1 been, ,
are
.""""" Berlin. -Baron Schwartsensteta.Cermaa years btfbHD agent for Dar time I I labor ,
pecSO Ton Lloyd's.
> speJfled. 12 o'clock: j December In law, where be will write his auto and not leave them
, < > STOCK MARKET, CLOI'ED' j Mlaister at Pe kin. Fogartf was knows and. respected by tX. This leaves tat strike' o.el I(!blotrrap;',. This la 'tht laforoaOon to the her atnenae .
etty.
' 1j.r!.New, TorkvDee-: *,..;.....Tht. ftoekU has ben [appotated Ambassador-, -of! the entire' community and his demist same situation as at the begiaatar of conveyed hen today by a special t that some action: iaeltias n..la. probable'

. _,;'...1In1Ib'...AJI' 'dosed-fj today. ,j GermafT- at{I Toltto.: II lbas i the city tA: Irrepuabte......__,. httron'b-. 'r i I I.from Plttsborg.: 1 I through the -railroad- will be takes rettef ; .

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F .ACE TWO 9 I :THE MIAMI METROPOUMATURpAY I DECEMBER]80 1905 ,

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B. B. TATL7t, PItESID :\T. !so Boo DEAN, sEC.-TREAS. ,
TilE \1IA'1I PRINTING! COMI'ANY Mail Orders '

Southern ,>>1i bed 1 the mainland of the L'. S. Goods De '
The
most newspaper pu I. Promptly
T E'
l't1 j"ED J EVERY DAY EXOf SUNDAY N Filled 'I i I D.E'A L livered In City Free ,.N H,

i ::IRCI'UTIO% R.tTF'd. ;
Tear br 11&11....J.........$5.0a Three donths' .................$1.:6 .
f41x Months...........J.I ........ %.50' ne.' k. by Carrier.......... ..f0AdverUSi4 II I 1

;! Rate' made known n appli.aticn. .

TELEPHON 7i FFICE: METROPoLIS BUILOING.III P
tiooday 1906.

I end 434 Twelfth SATURDAY.Street DECEMBER_3P I I 1905 Opposhe the Court House.I .I ,


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A YEAR OF PROSPERITY AND PLENTY.

ELL, it.is. all over. The Christmas shopping is but a pleasant memory. Now to reduce our'
Tomororw will! see the close of the year J903 and with it there goes
I Into history a record that must forever live; a,record that effect not only I large stock, preparatorj for the on-c ming season. It has been a j j wonderful month's selling,

our private life but our public life and deed and a* we have lived and done w tl li us, leaving us with br ken lines in ;every department. Seasonablegoods'}I to be moved, quickly,
l In Individual existence'and as the people of nation a State and a community -
so will we be chronicled. al which call for no half-hearted, alf way me ures. Our Blankets and Comforts will be radically reduced.
s
f The year 1905 ha* been one of great, blessing I of unprecedented pros Ail I:our Ladies' Coats, Suits and Skirts will lie greatly reduced. We will not? quote prices on these,,but
perlty and good cheer to the entire country and every city and section I* better .
and stronger than dyer t before but none mire I so that Miami and Dade invite your attention to the fac : : i I : : : : : i : .)
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county.. In this short!, twelve month*-short when we look at the vast II.:
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extent of time and the day of man oaearth Miami has. grown. and

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developed In a manner such as .has made It th< talk of the State and conn- .
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try, in a manner next to marvelous and which has made It into a city !nand t b.
1 stud of a Tillage. In this-period many new substantial business JII.S t Petticoats Crash Toweling i

blocks have. been erected here, a* monuments i if strength, business and
'enterprise. Innumerable residences, the major ty of them modern and lntt> \Vejwill make special showing of Ladies Mack 1'We .
o poring, stand now where December 30. 1904 these were vacant Iota and pine, Sal Petticoats, Mon ay. We ,i will show a, line, ofingy'az have 50 pieces of good twill crash towel-
irocd : : accordian pleated petticoats, 14 nch (f I !QA 18 inches dway idaper We j sell it regular at ;c 5.
t .... At least thousand new citizens have come in and settled during the flounce, also a line of hemstitdnedt J LlM a d. It"(on yard . . . ...:: rrlr :< "n
flounce value 1 h.>/*/ i
petticoats,
'present year., -Many of them have engaged If business ventures and en-, $1.75 ea ', .

terprtses and the others. have"sought and obt inc-d lucrative employment. w' i KnitUJnde..wear.
The'water mains bare been extended to all the suburbs of the city and en It Wash. Kid Gloves' i s

Jarged in 1U.confines. jTbe electric light service has ben extended andimproved !I.. :'C1
) new streets built and many other In rovementa engineered that ; : 75 dozen ladies' long slave vests and drawers,, .full I
This! damp, rainy weather of,the pist month has caused : *\
have militated to create a greater and better Miami. !! kid gloves to' become regular made jersey, knit, fleece lined *
ejf.our slightly spotted
and all. sections boast e same: Iso Never sell for 25c
In Dade county every village and town Vl .(Wlll place all our wash kid never less than f 350 a garment
degree' of progress and development Farmers have bad good luck with sold, for less than $2.00 a pair gloves, al colors, 98 Special Monday a garment . . .-. .
here G
In and he who
crops their realty holdings have Increased value came : \
.'poor Is now] If not already at the'top, well on the road to plenty. slightly spotted at a pairFlannel. . '. . 1 i j
Public Improvements throughout the county have kept apace with l Colored Madras '
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>,those la the cities and towns and many of the 1&cH'that a year ago were
''forest or barren ground,;are now cleared ax 1 under cultivation, or have I I Waists. i iWe i.
.been surveyed and patted! into lot where are s jrtoglnmp new settlement I I .
I will show about '
of i
the and action of the Board of County 20 pieces Mercerized P"
Within this time through foresight
W will place<<: on sale all our w-ool waists all colors colored
Commissioners, there hi* been buHJedinttt It Is now within a few hundred and madras. Worth'from 350 a yd. to'IP.
'feet,"at the most, of the'end, a new rock road, < ending from Fort Lauderdale less khan fancy; $4.00 stripes and, not from a that one wi up>rth to $2 48 i hoc Monday yard. )|i. . . . . l U
to Delray ad stance of twenty-two miles This road connecting with I
*6.ob each.. ; L t. . ; iIt
the eoda of'the roads already Ieadlnc'from'Miami and West Palm Beachtoward
each"other.. gives:Dade county!' a continua highway of travel sixty- ; AIBI WilldgoS.Monday I Wool Dress Goods
eight miles In length between the two cities the same being sufficiently i ,
vide'to permit of the easy passage of vehicles abreast:, and of such smooth pre ds : I! .
:surface that any conveyance either propoelled]or drawn can use It with H. I'
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of
special showing dress goods
Safety'comfort and' speed. I We; have a large line: of Bed Spreads, full sire. We See the line of fancy suiting sale Mon19G'
The completion of this link of road not oval* opens up a much seeded on
will ,
route of travel and furnishes facilities by whlci the people living Intermediate place on sale a line of '1.75 bedspreads '" day at a yard . . j . . . ._. 1
ready for the bed, beautiful $1.10( I t<
can paN withNdispatch and convenience to market anywhere along the
route,between Miami and West PalmBeach wlJi produce or for pleasure., I designs, at each .. . . .. '. . 't. **
hut added to the other payed hlghwayajt gives bade county the distinction Corset
'of having 'the- largest and'greatest amount of good roads of any county'in Sheets i oVfr ;Embroidery ]
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the State. "The commissioners deserve the greatest praise for their .ef-- I (.i
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last : good.
of '
j I 25 pieces corset cover embroidery. Beautiful "t
But these are not all the blessings! Dade county has enjoyed: They pat
Wel'e just received another case of the celebrated terns in Swiss or Hamburg. Our. '
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.,.'man1fol.tand' The regular O A
prevalent. every hand. horn of plenty is fined Briagewood .
ant overflowing to -eadi 1 one n...-'WIth the bteMlnga or'rood health sheets full size, 81. 90, no is SOC and hoc a )-ard. Monday.your iMfchoice

'and! happiness &'iye'the. people of Miami and Dade county about all mortal .dressing, 3 inch hem. Special price Mon- 59'pric.e G a yard. . .-1"i . . . ,Vr4/U.i.t
each. . . . !'
man couM desire. The spirit of progress la hi!the air; It abounds everywhere daY' ,' . ... . 1
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and ules b Indications go astray the year 1904 win leave the one
now: dying farm la the rear 'Let us hope and strive to make it so. i : II
Baby Caps
!L.- f J Pillow Cases .

'The Berlin Tajeblatt, in discussing the lying stories about the South :.
.and Its people says: "We can. say with satisfaction+ that Germans are tn.so 100 dc zen Pioneer pillow cases ]Jut: received. 42X36 A very large line nf Bahv Caps, in silk and muslin j
danger in the South Dot have found In that country conditions gaaran'teens inches) no starch, 21A inch hem. Will cost rr all new and pretty. Real 1 value 750 to JQ *1
.economic. and..national prosperity... That this great German news- -
you1' ISG. each. Monday two /jlf) $ 1.00 each. Monday choIce. 'AfVi
Anywhere your '
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'paper takes as ImlnenUy? view_of the can be testified to by
''thousanJs: our_ German, proper fellowclt, -'sent. No boxiest South, Industrious man need for ,; . . . . . 1 . ... each.-. .. TvA/*\
-Tear'to lire in'.the'Soutb',:'and'none of that acter wiJl! fall to make sfly1ng I

: 3. r 1"1' Muslin, :i i i Toilet Soap : a

The' Suggs. murder "has hit the,bean of chi, Florida press, and many I _
strongly- edited paper* are denouncing the crime that exists throughout the 7S leces. of Cupid Brand'bleachFd, muslin, Irlj 36 '
State and condemning the general idleness that prevails! among a certain inches wide, .no ..dressing. We will. have just received !several cases of I /\ "
class. A rigid enforcement of the'vagrancy law!would be one of,the most sell f5 yards, only;. to each customer $1( 00Ye '; todetSaps. all different perfumes. 11 M* e'

t :effective meanl'of'abatingcrlie.. It is the habitually Idle c'ass that is ..forl.. . .'. .'".". . .. ** J i.'. . 3 in a box. A box[Monday;. : . /; \ v''
.usually' involved in murder, std other offense lawlessness.[I 1 j ', (i* .. !

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Even, though the demand for boarding and lodging accommodation -,
,"are still Inadequate In Miami the city Is better facilitated in this line than t I i
ever before and many hundred more visitor wQ be cared for this season ,

than were" last !', l tI\ ll Broken
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i.Ail .
I Loits
The addition to daekionvllle's government butldng, I* about completed.The :
erection of Itlaml's! Federal building, we are in hopes, will soon begin= i i

"after',. Congress ha authorised the same. 'W be .sold Monday .regardless of cost. They must be closed out to make wayfor 1le

Over one, thousand worthless cur dog have >een put to death In Jack- Inl
,aoaville tn the last few':week Miami could eli spare that JD&J11"ana new goods. l II

,hardly miss them ether. I i
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Eacah: Bemhardt' leading man inquired if there 1* a family in New E
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'Torknamed: 'Actor. Ju think of that! And Mrs. Astor the leader of I ( "-. -

henIt; .
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mainly depends on the spirit! of Miami people j whether next year shall 6 n

be the greatest year In ),(laml'l history, from i 1 material standpointNow. LA

.Is the time to plan your next year's'ai .vertlslng campaign. Try 0 ; I 1
and, make your business and profit greater that ever before. ,
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The old: year dies on Sunday, tomorrow. A better day could not hare fallen -
'to"its lot.. : Twelfth' Street
,.. j' Miami l HaI

J The Suggs. murder'remain* unsolved but w'e till hoping. ii lH|I v I""I t

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tYIth the new-year the rush- of travel couthwarl begin. .. _i '--0. .

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1 THE. PAILV MIAMI METROPOLIS SATtp.rAy ..::":t :; 1101 AGE THREE

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description;! The police department,I-

CHICAGO CELEBRATING ANNIVERSARY I I took charted of the removal of the,
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|hundreds?tbf;"bodies and they were that
( {CakeD to lie 1'8rlous! morgues and nntertaking I

OF IRQQU01S FIRE were lalf! _nj ablishments rows! on the where bare floors they New 1 Suit

.. jo await! I itification. Many of the

holies I w.A-i ot Identified until severalfnonths I
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r lrtet the catastrophe and a '
I the movements -=- = ---
fastened. that it obstructed nuihbpr : ---
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I large of them were never
TWO YEARS AGO TODAY; OVER SIX of the, curtain the latter could |W'nttftedl, I i !

HUNDRED PERSONS PERISHED not be lowered for some time. WhenIt I I The ca @ was Investigated by the You are likely to be needing : .

: BY TRAMPLING TO DEATH AND was fin illy released the fire had CoronerDeceived''nq.ljithe blame flxeJ upon the I i a new suit about now, ;

t. SUFFOCATION IN A THEATRE made such progress on the stage, that 'I owners ni fmi'ders of the house the ''I''I'I : sir, if iou, do, you have a ;
MAST
FIRE FLAGS AT. HALF I bulMing Jftpprtment and some of the
I the emplo. ees became panic strickenand I choice'cf two of
ways getting !
II employee!r.hl> th"atre. Since then
Ii, openc I the large double door In ImndrPdS ( for damages grow. I it. The one way is to

f.- the rear o : the stage and leading to';jing out ohp: loss of life and Injuries I i YA patronize the tape line system '

f.. Chicago 111., December 30.-Two the court ichlnd the theatre, through j I ftnrlng( the fire have been t :
the other
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while
brought Into Bled agatj tjjthe! proprietors of the 111- f- way .
ago today the Iroquois Theatrewas which the scenery was I i
f: :tz.an
fire and nearly ilx and out of the theatre. The terrific !fated Irogns! ] Theatre. The amount is to tty a suit that's all .
destroyed by
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hundred lives mostly; women and children I.I draft caused I the "fireproof"* curtain, a !Itr damagepasked' > aggregate -several .. : larv ready made. If you've no r
to bulge out million dpi ars.I
thin! and flimsy affair
t. were lost In the holocaust. The : I care tor money and don'tmind
Into the and a few minutes it ,'
brulle
:... day Is observed here ge'neraii,' and I tore and fell and Immense volumes of'I'4'4'D ; baying double because t

;, flags are at half mast ;'everywhere.!I I'i tmoke andj flames poured Into the auditorium ; LEGAL PAPERS FILED -t I of a small label in '
Many of the churches held special i j r _
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; the
iM coat collar
t. ; you'll pro-
.' services: this morning; and some of the I I At that time most of the teats In;
churches win special I the bably take the first course.
Protestant bold the house bad been emptied by
ltenI
serrteei this evening- The graves oftha I I I panic-stricken 1 spectators, and they I Crop Ca; Frank Crego to E. O. {\ ::5 If you do car for money, .

hundreds'of.dtflms'of the disaster were crow ling through the few doors Painter. 1 t: | 4"
Assignmentof mortgage. Land and you'll ,come here and get ,
la' the. various cemeteries were aa fast as t ley could. When the smoke t
Co.| f::Florida to First National
decorated with wreaths] and other,land flames poured into the auditorium Trnrt <) : \ I'
Bank of SL f Augustine. "I .
floral offerings. The gravei of the sweeping; t le whole Interior hundredswere )
unidentified victims were.also decorated overcome. They fell In heaps Warranty (deed Edawrdo Gonzales : every bit as good i I.
and wife t0 j Joseph Kevins for $14000
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-- -' right at th? exits and were suffocated
.. The fire:at the IroqvoU,Theatre was by the s and heat Those OB west fifty|feet lot 8, block 21. KlamLwarr&nti
1 the mutt appalling 'disaster that ever I top of the were_scorched beyond :f deed, Walter A. Nelson i a suit and : S .

,.- TtstteO-lfela dty;and will ,long-be re.memberd reeocnI tOke situation was greatIT and wife(|'21 4] Charlotte WInter' for i -

$1,600. lot block $$, UlamL, } a T Tw.
by feaadreda of families who aggro, by the fact that the save the difference 1 f
Warranty deed W. M. Bnrdiae and
lo t;nee or more of their member ushers thinking only of their owa .
tke for without wife to Jerry Messier for $ZOO lot S. i
ta; catastrophe. The fire originated safety had]tEed their lives I [
ca the:stage of the theatre dor- stopping long enough to unlock and 'block. t, 'Bobbins. Graham and Chll- ,

tag the inaUnee,performance of December unbolt the]! safety exits ,provided for :tfDrworth#{inWlrlilon.Satisfaction .I' t
SO"0D2'at a time when floor. I I of mortgage Ella: 1'. I
every on every
.tountry.
part>of the ferns was crowded with : The spectators I finding the safety Cook and'uibanel to WC W. Front )ur suits are made after our suggestions by the leading clothing makers of the

VQ&7 crowds: cl women tad children. exits boheA and locked were 'compelled Warranty 'deed Fort Dallas Land We can and do vouch for the correctness of style and fit. A try on.takes .
.' The theatre was practically I to make their exit through the Co. to Mary thicken for $750. lot 10, minute If
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i I but a cost you j nothing, commits you to nothing. anything y
....;.bTble hen opened.only a few main ,:exits. on the Randolph street block, 24. k amL .
weeks previous the Etc.' The at side. 'WMe crowded' around these Warranty !deed. Fort Dallas Land goes wrong, dome' In and get your money. a- .

tractloa was -Haebeard.-: which had exits daring the Jam they were overpowered COL. to M' |! Brickell for $150. lot 1!', f", t
be e :running there since the opeatef by the smoke and_flames and block, M, Miami \

all't': : perished paly a few escaped over Warranty :deed, Henry Bennett to : S its $8.50. $10. 12.00 and $15.00' A,
It la believed that sparks from one the fire escape ''which they reached Elisabeth|Bennett for $500 tea acres if
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of the spotlights, stationed oa the from the balcony. The Ire was soon In sectional i tp. CS. south range 41 3

atdea.of the stage Ignited some of the under control. At first It.... not I east. t If feed| .

flimsy pieces of scenery In the, wings thought that the loss of lives had been Mortgage Nancy Stewart and "t
and la a few moments the blase spread great and !the fall extent of the die S. P. Stewart to Dade County Security r 7

npwanls towards the flies. Some of aster was jnot realized nntfl the firemen Calf fc or $250. lot CO, block 56, *

the acton and empoyees tried to beat had reached the upper floors of Miami t f .i Ifit 5 R : W. Rhodes

out the flames but did. got succeed the home, {where they found the dead It '
;,,:aad. the signal was given jto drop theEre.proof piled up six or eight high an headedfor We vaFe4 COllect rents and la- I I Ii ,

cnrUla. Owing,to'the fact the exits and those on'top terribly inn property for nonresidents W* Out i tter to Men, Youths and Boys. 322 Twelfth. Street. Miami. Florida
that a rope,.; with which the "asrlal bat burned. j are "'spO lble. Beck Wilson *
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let! ,was manipulated. bid beea so The 'eerie: which followed, beggar Hnddlestoai f 4

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1........w I'Cool" I y & Hohiei I Miami\ Biirdressing Now OpenBARGAIN Parlor t[ it! .

: t IP First Class Service by I I
t 1 ANNIE E. HENDERSONrridnjtl. I
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J Trees
... Grapefruit
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(tea X.Y. Hiirdr: in s. oul I
j ; in Business' ,. ..
Bargai
s LOd' s ,
j" i Zit Lhh.t. ptcr N.Y: Barbershop.. Calliod. xThe t
'ty I I Nurvtry it Ojov 4OOIIt..l"....fbrahtj.
s 1.1bel\.t1 ; 'n1 \ !! I'"u tk -- -J f i lineit la county. W.t.ft
ice I Ii cllinir at Ski. Guat.acrleca : for! r
MinneapolisMrs.
1 I I c..h. Call at.015 offlc
A fine t flatness tot on Area: D, ne..
b o ; y j I t II I II Ulaml Rljer.I t Mrs. E. A. Raise! I :
50x150 price $2000. t
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C. J J. Rose'A'
the Post Office I ; .mr. '
New House, New Furniture-Open >1 1
IJ Buslnesy corner on Ave. D; central '"- ''' ''''' ; 7
g F'PPos1te I I located 70x124: pr'.c $$12.000.. for the season. Board by the Jay' or j C. Ci Davit C: 'uu .
II BnlinelI I week. Northern CaU'.ne.: I ., I. ,
4 a i I II S block centrally!! located ( __ -'f
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leased fo 5 years, a good Investment 227 7th Street. Miami .'ia.-- -- .
Xmas'Diamonds Watches ,
t Price oalj $6000.raslness. ,
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I fine corner 50x80 will Notice of AnnuM meeting i
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t'I, I I I II bac c. on Ave. D, within twoblocksof ,
Ii-, I he heart of the dty. Pries EVERYWHERE
i.i4 $cooo. The annual, meeting of the stockholders "h
: g OCS. j andjewelryAppropos 1 i Doctor I. .
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Ot Fort Dallas National Your
t : A chedoji taslaess k la ta* reeyheart :
YourrLppnti'
'y ,' i: ot he dty. {Sol under .tewe M Bank wlti be held at the fictMiftb(. nda : I ';ti

l.L. r _) I II'I $200 vet noath' price GaIT I1c.ooe.f .. cIty of Mfm1. Florida oa ik*.ir.|day $44llav' Th.M 1

I I I t A solid one business block oa Utb of January 110& at 1:30 la the afterIT PAYS THEM:

t .4'_ street ewtrally located noon for the. election of directors sad IT WILL PAY YOU i
to Christmas wher find riot,rs I
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1 ran you a Present t< naat: win lease offlcers for the ensuing year and for A
t t. I at per transaction Our city rats aro low i
; $1N$ year.k the of such other btulaesaas
r larger selection I suitable for gifts than at our 'rtnJe BnI_ PhoM, }
nn oa Ave. D of tare* stores may cOme, before the meeting quitly M.ife... .
i Prlnte .w.11&"" %
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i I ,I betweea tjenth and eleventh 'strMh George B. Oomph.( a.. -*.- party 11... .11&1 ly t6.o
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popular establishment. i People in every walkgoo.i tens .its pays good Interest oa Cashier.

i II 'I II II' the Invest neat Price $5000. A nap f I MIAMI TCLEPHONCI&t 1
TELEGRAPH: CO.
i of|i life are numbered bmongj our customers A business: block oa Ave. D, two Wanted* The use of a .auntie: surrey. I 't':

!! I ,.. store root s, pays $S5 per month and (without horse, for a portion of each 321H 12th St.. Miami. Florida f
I they all. believe in purchasing.1 from us be can be bo ght for 18500.I week for J*several months. Address P.! Gl ..'C, FX1SSEU Fm.T .
I I Ai O. Box. 4. Miami! stating price.!
I Solid brl:k and stone business block .
caise we' save them the exorbinate of :
r" prices oa Ave. D !that pays $4000 per year ."
S Solid!! Gold, 141 k $35.00 I can be bo ight for 30000. da[ good

I 'WalthamorElgln.-15Jewel the expense' burdened :1Jewelet$1 and depart-, thing for y aa, to look up. Magnolia Grocery Co
I A solid .t..n" and brick bnsinesss

ment stores without saqrific ot uality.e We block flea I 14th street price $20.000. ,
I ''I* This II a rat dUI investment : F. II. WHARTON. Manager
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': are known as Miami's GreateSt Diamond and A choice business corner on:'Ave. DI! : I t

: and nnth! itreet. Is one hundred fee( i I

Watch Price Gutters i <
I city for th i money, can be bought. fo Qttw c4r6 Dinner;:)
I 15500. Le its show yon this.

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I., I A chol I business lot en Aae.. D. .
i rented to ,nOD per rear.|can be i --1-

I bought for 110,000. This Is one of the I _
line Of f
largest Chateli11'DO' "
nry belt IDTeImentJ. One ot the '
: I In preparing your Xe\{ Years Dinner be sure that
I I very best us'.ncss lots en Ave. D forK
: t I 1000. k at thll.I' I your supplies are fresh land pure. If you make your

.' I [ A cood'' >ardlng house on Ave. D purchases here you are' sure of both qualifications.
Wato'bas I
i ( t fur: 13000. Is a,good thing.: i
1 A business lot on Are. D, 2Si50$ tart!

1500 one y terml. We : Saleof
Special
having
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't' Now If don't see Just what yon .
sat t to :
err Uro ng' laID I are lonkla for come and wo will show I

.' i I you over e city free of charfa. Ra
20 year case. Guaranteedgood i '. s s j, nwmberpopnlatloa et Miami Is Increasta la New Years candies, assorted nuts jellie, jams,

Amr mOv m. $850 ; Ran In' ., ...Inprl: 6' rom, $4 ; I faster than 0' !city ta raisins currants. citron, c ranges, a ples. figs, dates
... '' up I Tlorfda aa we predict that the Magic and2J.. ALL KINDS. of .DAINTIES for Christmas.

\..... 4 I t "',.", rl ny11714: q t City wm'I a population of uot I .
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-- la 1I1S. 'If yon think of fareettag. .
I- -- now Is the Um&it Corner Avenue D and Fourth StreetI'



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f'AMONG THE CHURCHES 2.f II Cocoanut i Grove I .HJ. I II

,W 'I
d & Son
First Baptist Church I Jewelers
Corner Avenue.c.and 7th street 81. Mr and j Mrs, Frank Church are aynar ,
''enjoying a visit from Mrs. Andrew M.
ble school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching
Church of Troy, ,N. Y.
at 11 a.m. Sunbeams at 3 p.m. B. (
: T P. u. at 6:45: p. m. Preaching 'at i t Mrs Elnj'r Swanson and her son H ;
i 1118j, Swan, have returned from ,
7.30 Prayer and praise service! m
j p. m. -
Wednesday. .:31) p. m. I 1 Honduras I' : I ,
I Ii j :Mr.. Joh .ston' and :Mr, Balder- III
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3 hton" are a airs at th i M. E. Church, South I
cottage nca :Mr Orin E, Smith's at Ideal Gifts for Christmas ,
\ Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preach
E1II'fnlton.!; ouch Cocoanut Grove.
: Ing at 11 a.m. Subject: "Religion
Complete In Christ" At 7 30 p. m. Rock Cot ice, Mrs. Kappa, on the I 1 \
; the pastor desires to have 1 a heart to ridge north of Cocoanut Grove Is I Ii In all their richness and beauty at prices that never have teen known this
=! heart talk with his members and urges crowded Iijh guests. Rock Cottages ,
I all to be present Teachers' meet. '! always a '1:>IJu..r pace with a mag-. Ity. We buy direct from the manufacturer, and save you the middleman's profit

: ng Wednesday at .7 p. m| Epworth rlflcent v'etf: of the bay. E t F ;
I league at 7: 30 p.m. On; Frday at The yawl -Lucy M." Mr. Harry
3:30 p. m| a sermon will be preached : Miinson'B jarht, dropped anchor off Diamonds! Watches Silverwear
to children and young people. All the Yacht Club House, the first .of and
L Interested are Invited The pastor I,the week, after a long and Interesting ,
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#j may be seen at 709 Avenue' C. Each ;voyage from New York. Jewelry and Art Goods. : Pine Cut Glass and hand-painted China
1 day from 8 to IS a. m. and on Monday -I The achtmg season opens. on theist I i '
I from 8 to 10 p. m. lAD Invitation I lof January,[ when the B scayne Bay
Choi cat and most beautiful pattern ot high grade wares :
; to call l s .extended to, each one. Yacht Club will fly from the new
rag Mail Orders whit consist of the ,jatest creations and exclusive designs.Oual .
I This Store "
I' ., L. D. Lowe, pastor. club house. ty is the great lever aud in every honest comparison we :'
f Ladles' Day at the Yacht Club will I alwa b get the credit of being the lowest priced house in our -
f I Christian Science be Wednesday afternoon every week are promptly filled. line. The prices are irrefutable.:' In fact they spell economy : the frugal shoppers
All goods purchasi its; truest form. Make your purchases early. buying headquart-
: Service Sunday at 11 a.m. Subject: during the season. AWAY
We FILL PUT THEM UNTIL,YOU WANT THEMerg
j' ed from
i "Life."' Sunday school after this ser Mrs. C. Peacock has been quite us engraved fairly bristles

;,, Ttee.' 'Wednesday ,evening meetingat seriously! i.r] but Is better. i ,Free of Charge Next i to Postoffice Miami Florida I with Big Bargains.TheMYear .
:' 7 o'clock. Services are held fa The church Christmas tree was en- ce. 1
,: Christian Science Reading ,Room N.. tirely given up. but the children received 'II
10";Roth buMtafc 12th street., -: their gifts at'a special service

on Tuesday afternoon the. :26th.! 'UL-I I i
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Trinity Church J Damon A Cher has been appointed .
I ; k fa
Corner Genus B and: Tenth street to'the Am rican Shoals Lighthouse,
Morning' prayer at'11'a.nu Evening and left on! Thursday to report for
prayer'at ':10 p.m. Sunday schoolat. duty. f .

.10 a. m, N. B.. Fuller! rector. There has been, n'o Honsekepers 1 r
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,'J?. Club meeting the last two Thursdays, f
:; Church of ChristBible that of the ht was omitted out of respect ,I
school at 1.45 a. m. Preaching to Mrs. Suggs family and as I II
at 11 a.ja..After the sermon the many, of the I members wished to at. : t \
Lord Supper'will be given. A cordial tend'the' Education meeting In Miami I Ii
welcome wll be given alL Services that of the 2Sth 'was postponed. The '
at the Fair Building next meeting on,January 4th, U the

,. monthly melting and the members,are
First' M. E. Church requested .to be present 19(06 I (
Corner, Avenue C and Eleventh' St. .CampjBisfcajne; was formerly open i
AH are cordially Invited. to worship ed ;'on Christmas Day Miss Parrott
with nt. ''Snrtees W follows: .Sunday :' giving a Chrlltmal'tree receptionrtoher
school-at*':45 a. m. Morning guests l'and :their friends which!
worship at 11 o'clock. Sermon by the 'was thoroughly enjoyed by all. t '
paator. Junior'League at I:p. m. Ep Miss Davie 1 of Elizabeth N. J., I I ,"
worth League at 6:30 p.m. Evening and Mr. George Strong of New York I I
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worship at 7:20 o'clock. !Sermon by are ,among the latest arrivals at the I t

'the pastor. Subject: "New Tear's camp.. Mr., A.. B. 'Gardner- and. family I I ;i MORE we extend you the glad New Year's
"Resolutions Class meeting'"Monday expected'next. ': week. \ ONCE .
at'7 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday a id wish you all good luck for 1906. 1905 was -
at 7:; 30 p. m. Laoll l' Aid Society I ley. Miss TaMaferro's solo will k. ,
Thursday at 2 p. m.""at the par."Callest Thou Thus O Master!" byJlletzke.
sonage. Business. meeting followedby Vesper, services at 4 i.m., ,a good year for us and in starting into 190 we shall ,- ,
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literary program Herman Q. Porter with sermon by the pastor. Anthem
pastor. "Shout the] Glad Tiding by Shalt- try harder thai ever".to look? out for the interest of our custo-

r. 'f, Buck.. Sunday school at 10 a.m. with !I.. Y I I
.(.,''--"" Presbyterian ChurchAt an address by Mrs; E. A. Russell, of f I mers. We shall try and give better service, betted values, a '
the Presbyterian Church tomorrow Minneapolis, concerning matters and

morning :worship" at!X11 o'clock.' things observed by her jn sad near larger stock to buy from and in every ,way ex ell the year 1905WE .
with sermon by, $ev. Charles Kin- Jerusalem- ; ,

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p ato k. Old ones Yulcanlxed: FINP our business has shown a fine increase over last year and we presume .
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Other Sundries earr1ecLfor -
Cats hire. ; that our patrons have been, satisfied;:with our excellent fine of goods. '
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Da JC..,'. ,Block : : ..:Mlaml We can say-Ever thing goes on merrily, water is still good to drink, air is still

__, A Eafle Hill 1c.jt'1r.A.h., ,. Fark.L.J.. fit to breath. Anth ny-Romfh Co. ,,goods are better than ever success is still spell-
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; fire crackers where all we intende4, was merely a hand-shake and a I.Happy. New '

: ; ', OURLINEOrj I Year,and so here' .to you. Make ,1006 the best year of your Ei.... s4 .:,=:d beyond

your best hopes. eep your hC.l1 high; your body: clothed in an Alfred Denjamin ': s

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i f( ferJomd i ) THREE LAUNCHES, 'erect I FOR SALE: ,''

} Jlefv# Ilof One One tool open CO Lang. ,launch.family launch!! Send us i i,Your Orders forSodas

; N' One auxlllar r launch tillable! for
I Mr. and Mrs. The. Chaffee returned The teamerJ laml, which 1* now fishing and cm s nc Ginger.

last night'from Melbourne, Fla. lying! at tbejfe mlnal dock preparing All! at big lapriflc* prices. Ate .CURE THE IUT.
for the wlnte 's run between here Apply to O. H. Snyder at Miami andSeltzer N
The bicycles and other Mr*. M. S. Smith': and Mr. J. 11. and Nassau ji11 go out on the first Fish Company"i rOCk[ : I t cigars within reach whoa abort .

goods are the best stan- Smith of PltUburg.; Pa.. are ,recent trip across lIett Thursday afternoon I Water Better have one or tw. good ..... \
dard goods on the market arrival at'the March Villa. at 4 j o'clock. [|Sn this trip she win I I IIT" I than a dawn Interior Qna ty. r
carry over a flUa itity of supplies anda BROSSIER, REAL ESTATE. Havana tobacco mabo
J Hartford and other Tires.; Furnished rooms 121 Tenth St. large forcebf 1I help for the Hotel I I I: but that' doe not prevent high M trIM sjvtasj

,Coaster Brakes fitted to old Colonial*" a few days I : Nothing-more healthyand our customers the saneness
wheels. All work Seeing Miami by automobOe. Lof later,In Our school etcher told at ,hat invigorating than
guaranteed ,
ton Elnlg. opposite posutfflce. have WhI'r' ,
I '"Modety was of the Tinue ,but pure 'oda Our syrups HAVANA FILLER FOR I CENTS
Best
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! new wheels. ,. for,.. rent an up-to-date car for;, hire. are pure and our
We sell. bel I The
t "- -- "- J to Fine'R you believe i thing 1* true donf Norm Martlnesi mates a tmv
, t' ". ,t stand. Beckj N!fallson ft Baddleston. afraid to tell I II." bottle new and clean. good smoke, havtag Us ton artaa at R
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C. N. of receive -
231 12th Street Newcomb. West Palm '
: Blue Front
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:. Beach came down to Miami yesWr* ,. I" We are belnz told 10 many prompt attention ,._ .
xa .- For Rent -i'\ front office room that we hare the largest and mOlt i
dato remain until .Sunday. in Beck bundling.! !rile E. C. Beck. complete line boat materal 1111|MIami HAYES
Carroll & t Iark.Burkhart ;
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BROSSIER will THE
collect rents.Dont CIGARMAN
your We have lOuf lot on 4th St., coins to carry everything In that line Acme
L I I175.J; Beck, A Hoddleston.! at New York jrieei.We Bottling I OPPOSITE HOTEL BISCAYNX
give IS for feather pillow I
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H AM jt For Paint '
\Works
when I
11 win pay.form sponge pillow
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which Is better. S The two HNI Professor R. E. I Our IlIYolet.llho" we have bought sin s wen of Ice Factory Office rooms for rent ta the Metros
and:W. W., j > d pretty well at the 1240 >gallons of !mixed paint and! 11 I ells building.jdthi'JId'I.

LOCK: AND GUNSMITH 'Dr.' and Mr*. E.|' 8t" 'Morgan..' of hands of the j !a hen' convention assembled -Mona of white Ira ; equal to 1,4Jl gal-.
I' i t! Ions of paint ,In re June lit. Thinkof .
this ee : in Miami the former -
= Expert Repairing Jackson Mill, N. J. will arrive In f
It; 8.671 galoia. Enough paint
being placet c the executive committee
Miami tonight and stop at the San -
'Avenue C between I2th and 13th St. Carlos. and the]1 tter pn the commit- to cover a solid fence 10 feet hlgh.over .
tee w revise high school studies 20 miles lon=, lllOUOO square eeL
!Over two full c irs of paint and we''
Wanted stenographer. of the State. ifl ese are honors much are
Competent making up another car order now..Our
Address Grilling Brothers Co., Little appreciated aLd leiervlBg.
Tile.Oaks i I I ..cI I varnish sale have kept pace with!the [
River. Fla. iI
, I For paint In Its prt porUon. We bU1!,linseed
Save -i04; e'ven-ton auxiliary
J I sloop oil by the j car. Think what that
J Wanted By and a number of launches. MerrUlslteven -
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means for MI mL There are few
: Corner 13th Street Fla.'WantedPoat4n ,
.. shorthand typewriting iacksonvlIle
and work. References -
f I I Ct t cities of Its a1! e that can ihow such
and Avenue B! given. P. O.; Box 264. :t by an experienced paint sales. j! I
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:4 at" We have ha died three full cars of i
Facing Royal- Palm Rarkii The ReY. Charles Klngsley, a con lady i .ho OtBoX hluld- and .tyewriting.Address alls; nearly two cars of building ., your I automobile, you an.drlys for hundrede of miles ever the

.sin of CoL George A. Worley., Is In P. ''' 2<4' er and other r9oda: In proportion.Doi't ap.1 .smooth paved reads one stretch! from Cutler te Palm, Beach, a diettance -
Dec. 1st. the city and U the I 1
Open : Jor preachiln. 'yen think] that entitles us to .
i church !J tomorrow TWO comfi r.il>l7 furnished room; I I j I of nearly one hundred mile and most of the wayyouare In
# Presbyterian morn I tile a big WE at the head of this article .-4- I "
:i Mnc6riU, Prop.Ii ing. Mrs Klngsley 1* :visiting Jils sister In residence week m ion of city for,'rent I -/ I I] I view of the beautiful Biscayn Bay Come' In your yacht' Hero the
by the {.e lOD. Apply 112 1
one of our Miami public school This N -the [reason+ why skies Unexcelled
teachers.We .. I Eleventh our fishing js You can Ml ct your variety from the tley-pan
have been targe Our
so : good are
I I 1 fish to the'great tarpon the gamleritors fish that swim Many of our vI8II -
'U', rightfonr prices are right.'and I I
I have several floe smart country Shy, Jewelry or eJill4I WE WANT MONET captured from five hundred t a thousand pound of fish In a slnggle -
Ed. MOftAT'SDaisy plane for sale cheap. Beck. Wilsont ren'{ jewelry an 1;trinkets marte.l-A. fOUR ..,
i day last wlntr..Yov cUrter .
.. can launches and yacht b/the
Rnddleston. B.C., will pleaiej return to Mrs. Phlneas I I : ,
White at M* eh villa and receive I Seventy thooaanj budded orang day.we.k sir month. You can chart, er hire touring ear the" same

Lunch Fine lot on 7th street, tSOO. Beet.WD.IoIa tetrad. j I and grapefruit trees for sale Prices ,way MIanp Is the sportman'a paradise' and yachtman't headquarters-

BuddlestoaTare Newspaper pa" :'I. experienced In advertising from II to SOUt cents: Send for price Many capitalist I own beautiful I home here, and berth their--yachts-'
soliciting and reporting, can of nurseryUtte stock. Soar Brothers
I I' lots onBoulevard. J.WO. find employment j by applying at the >Elver. )> here during: the summer. We have!a variety, of property bordering on
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Everything; new including Beck. Wilson Hudfleiton Metropolis, nine III.I the bay-with. Riparian Rights f or'III..'W. nave apartments furnished
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:the building\ ,. making thewst .'The sad Intelligence readied Miami Breeder tram r\ xe list.yew property at Calling the MSUnpoilla cards handsomely',ofde print** and unfurnished I furnished houM j! to let for the season. Hero tea

r- I desirable winter
that Miss E. M. Kline, whom many very hometor sale,within five miles of Miami
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andlneafest' ''dIa1 remember with .the kindest,thought! ; r ; -I Fla, on al| good hard paved road This property overlooks the bay

leg room l in the .1 died at Goshen, I ld.,' on Tuesday. Jt : and the Atlantic Ocean. Rlparlanrlghta go with the property On'
] Is not known, bat the cause.of deathwas RED [CROSS PHARMACY i ; I
but It is supposed that she continued this property Is an'elegant winter home.,containing fourteen rooms

,AN:.IDEAL PLACE, J to fair In health for some time RELIABLE" 'PRESCRIPTIONS I with all modern on"lnllne.vanta quarters'and_ barn seperato
jroR.IADIeS: 't after leaving Miami last 7 h: ;*; 1. Reliable preec Iptlons fined la a phrase coifUtolBf "It" "and"1 This property belonged to the late 3r. Carman of New York,'and It to
1 l I end:amegndudly> and "but"iff l the pollcj! of our prescription depart enL Wnatererl I

Not Connected with aJ]a shale. 1 enect your doctol p.1.for yon that you will jet if his prescription' Is planed be sold to ,, settle up the estate. Price 110,00000

r Nice lot jn 7th street, $750. Beck in par |IA:s. Nothing will be missing. naught jwii be substituted I '.

Buttermilk: every: day at Wilson Huddleston. for come ding or.chemical we have not In stock. Spltejof our accuracy I' I

5c'a glass. Light re- and care W' 10.Dot charge ezceMlrely. Ask your friends and nef! n- We have many such properties both Improved and unImproved -
fretllments.suvedur--: : J. Simmons! Locksmith, trunks and hen aboet : way of patting nj' prescrlptlona-freorthlnc else In) In
1 Ing ail hoars, i parasols-'repaired. 1315: Avenue D.: the drug 1I* CARRY HUTLERS CANDIES I |f very desirable I locations.I If you desire any Information -
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regarding this country, communicate with us. We
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3rd door :.east of Arcane'D'oa 13tb ,"Attend,.the blanket'and: linen, sale. CORNER.A : i I have property along the Florid I Keys: the route of the new
1 street. Prout Bnildinjr. Maim 1a. 'it Cohen's. ,I I I
scenic railway( of the world at prices and terms to suit.
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Large Assortment of _I J JBibles 1.. ,. } Names Burned Free : Franklin Coleman'Bush, Director.European .
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I I I I'; 1 in all Leath roods ; trained faccltr. An artist in charge of each depart: ,
and 'T eStanents nC n : ment. Kiano Pip Or an. \'oice'ioin.. Mandolin. Elocnttou. -
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: "M to I, I Physical Culture. r rench. German and Spanish. :Iarm :!
I n r and ILstory; of MCSIC Classes. Burrow's Kindergarten i

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Rousebcat Limit Here Roolla T. Miller and wife, of Camden -{.
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The Houseboat Limit, which has r.. arrived this morning and I '
I I Town Topics.Good II been out at Cocoanut GroVe for sometime < d at the Everglade. 111 111regls

was towed up to'the city yestev- TeJ q '! M. BURDINE
Jay afternoon and berthed In the i nousanj grapefruit trees ready
, Day for Flahlnll'i river.BROSSIER. \ I:: for p fling 'at Tor-eYs Xursery.oneeet I
Near'y a'.l.of the charter fac'htland I Miami' I I \ est of Cocoanut Grove R. R.Stati' 'III i ia1
crafts lying at the Royal i )
private Prices reasonable
I means Safe Investments i iI
Palm dock carried out parties tn the I I .. I j

, fishing ground th'" ;morning Klne-> I I Mrdaii2 I d Mrs.! Joseph McKlbon and i I I ii
\Vie EagMsh terrier bitch;
Lost-
striking I
fish are reported very lively; : Miss Margaret, of St I
f the last few days and some large I long tall ell{;,ped ears. Suitable reward I II,Minnapol re reg-stered at the paU1.I'1 For week will third
catcher.; are anticipated. j jw'anteil If .renirced to ths! office. 'I !| I one we give one

i I' Fur...,iI? I rwn. for r'!ntor light ( I
,11 price
: :A partner with 11.000 for f Ii Iilou..1.I.lJg Fo l nt Nicely furnished apartment off the of all holiday goods. .
; a basinets that pays ,good returns. F. [! : st 211! S C.II street t r honskeeplng. No children I

: C. Brossler &. Son. ,1200 12: _Avenue I / 323 14th street I II
D. Death of J. R. GodsonJ. i! 'antl' I Prices t
D or 214 Avenue \ in plain figures on articles
R. a resident of Miami
; Go'1..on.
I I fine grapefruit trees ready to
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Java Anna Ron, public stenographer. for the past six months, died last i I AJ! ddeJ from trees that took i J
office at F. C. Brossfer & Son, "night! on Eighth: street, of tubereuloals ,I (Vorld's Fair. $25 per hundred. j
1200 1-2 Avenue D, corner I2 h st.Picked i iI In VK 'h''''r fourth year: The fun I chardson, Miami 1
I eras was held th'.s! afternoon at three priZj"

*.-Change Bill'': I o'clock from;' the Catholic: Cb.urch.Rev.!I I ''arrle Palmer, a prominent
The Four Hckerts Theatrical Company Father \\Tafjaer officiating and the 'fI"mte .
I rof the State Educational A.IIC'1 Ils
which returns to this city Monday Interment being In the city cemetery .returned to her home at De .a
; for a week's engagement, have by undertaker H. 1!. King. Deceased i
a t night. includes superb line ,01 Pictures, hand work in iI-und pastel l. some s
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changed their opening bill for Monday leaves a brother and sister residing 1

night and will present that exciting In Miami I' !I''a Shooting Gallery on Are- ',- nice Books, Ii set of Sbake8peare, KiPli g, Byron, miscellaneous, ,
drama: Jessie James. This companyalways ; ItiI
: >> large Turkey this
nne thaa a up PoJs
meets with a flattering patronage Several good furnished houses weep J, the highest score. Content 9 Books suitable for boys and girls, Picture'Books,
the Miami public. !the J. H. Tatnmft I
for season.
hy for rent
closes] Saturday night at IS o'clock.! .
Co. real estate.agents. Boys]&nr: .your nerve. II Doll, Boxes, f two superb Oriptal Vases, Silt
BROSSICR will collect your rtnta. t'

Foil glass I cabin launch for sale whave one of the best chances :' ver Cups etc. Just opened t up a line of

Three eegantry mronm, I Forty foot; ;eight feet beam,two and for mrestmeat la Miami real estate. r
suitable for light housekeeping J. I a ha'f draught Fifteen horsepower 'lO\Ii'-rtc which will pay 25 per cent I

H. Tatnm A Co. four: cycle engine. Apply, te tnv. t, ate this r C. Broader A

tll1 Avenue B. I I Son lOG M Avenue D, or C. C. Car
Lee Went Aground --' roll Avenue )p.
The}little tag Leo In 'coins through Everglade Annex I te Open
MMLarge
the Boulevard' -channel yesterday' afternoon Mr. and I Mrs. R., L. Flannagan, Loit black and white : WJi\rsr"s,
struck one of the'ua4 ban .
owners of the Everglade hotel announce poInt doc. Ticked al over with
and went Ugh axroomd/Thls morning the formal of their 1 ,
opening
I bJacjj Large black 'spots on:>each SHIRf
he lay"eareead to port but will be handsome .Dew hotel the Everglade Idefqajribe. Reward for his retnraIf. ,- -

floated aa, ,too as' high" tides prevail llnnex Monday I ,night After the pub >a-Hnrbaak,'Miami. -,.
agala.aisaeJ..; opeaIQlthei-e( will be 'a dance to I .

I which lu! tonl hare been leanedrho Breesla : er ...... to list year property
IV red r- 11061 apt entLfv'o Annex]| Is an'Imposing structure in exquisite lawns arid dainty ; ':-
or unfurnished ta the-new Haley :of'' brown stone four stories high, I BILL FOR DIVORCE ,: '
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block. Apply on premises orto with two wide front verandas supported -: III China ilks in black and white: J

any. real estate dealer.Howl by, stone I pillars., Within It la
( I ITo thrl Circuit Court of the'seventh J*> .
and
equally, ,as peanuts[ Rich rugs '
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di4ral Circuit of rorida'i; sad forDs
and lot'on'Avenue D. $6891' the finest grade of furniture only has. 'te
County-4a Chancery.Laura" :
and lot Third street. $1,400. been used. : There bnt three vacant
House oa are
nie brick business house oa Avenue roomS though the carpenters : fc. Zanders. 'Complainant ... ; bad the misfortune 10 g t a dozen of the white china ones wel. Some -
Wpllam B.Sanders, Defendant-Bmfofi .
D. 15500. Beck. Wilson, ft Hnddlestoa. have not yet completed the basement i'a 'stained.
I > vorce. little These we will make a price on 10 make them sell

I yrtl lam H. landers, defendant tathe'a i I
Mere Laborers Arrive I ove foregoing styled cane:
For Sa'e Fourteen hone powerBuffalo :
Another large crowd .of Imported Itjppearlng from the affidavit of
engine In good order. P.,0.
white laborers for the Key: West extension Lasr; Jt Zanders complainant la the I !
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of the F.:E. C.: Railway, arrived above] entitled cause, that yon are a
)'In the cty! *>thU morning and I of the State of Florida, J M. BURDINE 31r-318 TWELFTH STRUT, MIAMI, FLORIDA

were :taken. aboard the, steamer Bscaymt MASSACRE IN CHINA I AOD-BIlin whereabouts, residence 4 --- -
and- carried- to the camps of I Don't assist\ In the massacre of the o+ ice address are to complain-

the*,extension There were'about 175 I American missionaries In China; hut i aDt bkhown, | j \
of them and they were alt strongAble- I be true Americans and patronise'the 'err ore under and pursuant to' March Villa' March Villa.t tZIS
bodlcd men. The Biscayne: a'so towed Miami Steam Laundry, who will i iI tJae L"wj of the State of Florida, It Ja '
''water. !rive yon work and better service that Thirteenth St 117 St. :
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than any other place In town. rep te to appear to the bill filed
I, I OP OSITE ROYAL PALM PARK BISCAYNE BAY
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Tba First National Sank of Miami I you '
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hasf capital paid !In of $50,000 and THE RACKET STORE IIrl 4m Dday In February the same Open October {' 'Open December 1st ,

In, three years of its existence has b e 5th day thereof A. D. 1906, HOTEL SERVICE .; k '
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and lie Jay
accumulated a surplus of $11.000 additional 'I.;
: as a special'safeguard iiud- _''IS! THl PLAGE= ,Itjlfiurthel' ordered that this ,order i DU ted:: water for Drinking: MRS. W. E. JMARCHJ Prop :
tag tetween every poal.or-"and any I be pUb ished la the Warn; Metropolis, I I t'' '
possibleJoes.. Total resources $350-: I a newspaper pubUahed: la the city of !.: ,

OOO.f'4'!<< ¢. paid on saving ,, Miami, Dade County Florida once I : .'
I j I eac" ek for eight consecutive weeks

k IIBROftSIER means Safe Investments Kitchen i It I f further ordered that copy of I The Rutherford r2239th :
t..- __ 1- J this order be posted at'the Court

Teachers Visited Cap. Florida Furnishings1e Bou.l! door la the County: ,of,Dade. I ... I j I Street
Yesterday .afternoon about 165 of Dop and ordered pursuant to law f
the fliltlng_:school teachers,were tendered 'I 1 1I 1I at Slla nt Florida Dade County, this "

a'bay ride' to Cape Florida bythe I \\ have everything I for the kitchen. J November..'A. D.ltoL'7"Jy I r r Now Open, for Boarders, ;
'citizens ''of3Camt. Six: Urge j A. K. DBABBOBN.!
of must be In .
department
This ours
'launches were, ta use, and the ont- I desk Circuit Court .n s. V.A. RUTHERFORD MRS. LEOLA. TATUM_ n
,favor with the public, judging from >-
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tomined, most enjayably, -many ,,'PbeTIsw
'of:the teachers never having 'Ttslted<< the amount; we sellplau Yode,. I r I

:this,Wtioabefore and a'number of ; : ',nb'jcitsr for CoapTatnaat The rash Is over and 7"haft, .THElGAUTIER :;

them! taking the.trip aa Jhelr first of ,an- the iline. drop In and lake a look at; .
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oa deep water oar: tone line of Woole s. Dont forget Car.Ivnse C sad malts'wrist

''t foot .I, fh p'ace.! Light I and airy Rooms. Polite prompt Service ;
Seventy-five lot on Soutenr4.1UC.o. OHN SEWELL A BRO ..
ti each 25c porclsseSAND 1
A flelet t *rei t
.Beck Wilson a Hnddleston. 'I I ,Headquarters for smart Tailoring i' | Mrs.,J. N. Feaster. Prop.:
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EVERy-THINO- 33. Twelfth Itreet.Jn.. BlockY
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?furnished Rooms JJ per week. Lewla" SELL IT CHEAPES- Ads -

,Restaurant.: CIO Avenue D. ,lit I =;:1 Mark's & House
,W. Cti aile &50nt I Oyster Chop ::

Fruit cake, the best that can be ::F- '1-

made at' Seybold Bakery. t 1211 Avenwe D That Miami i Steam' I J Sea Food Our Specialty' ;


., j i (Oysters by} llLte. quart or'jra.lou.

Porriona Nurseries I I Laundry Meal* served< at al! hours. 410 12th Street, Miami, Florid'

Pay aI I :

Thee wanting} aDge "_ I ...... .. I'

and Grapefruit I! ; Corner Avente B aid nth Street., I;i
TREES Makes a Specialty: of !, -

The object of advertising t R G. A. MULLtR.dt SON Profrictwt. {tI
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Planting groves >n :he' future should invests }e to sell goods. Your ad Cleaning I F
and those contemplating:
order for r. your best salesman. i I
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fctock.Ve, are now booking present'I I-f.
our
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and arc offering why spend as !
and future planting
inch on advertising as ;
I ne ehrk would cost? Pew Dycijig SAN CARLOS
the bacst'stock cf trees ever grown tn Dade_County on mgb'0 ie.-chants do this but I

pine and high hammock linds. We \ inrite buyers to ran' .bose golden who hat do are rest.reaping Now C nd Pre'ssinqLa I I

our nurseries and eZMlUI.e the trees. \ We have all the:leading -on enlj.wouldn't disreputable want a lookng slo-- !: I I fOI.'Oy'it < I Opt ap.clalsr..k d tin year it 2.50per to CommnM J4j a4.,

Trees clerk in store f. ....' tame BAMriK ROOMS
your
and best varieties of Orange and Grapefruit Yhy have slovenly disre- ndry received!In the mor- I I Fu,; lliim I Festally lea 66& iDet fIIrWI.j .

Buddedlonmeither'JSour Orange [:01'1 Rough Lemon Roots >our stable advertising ads? Let for me one do nng| will be dqllvered thes j

nonth and see the differ- ic evening. A trial order

': Mnrscne. located In section: 3. 2 tailed west of Miami on rock road ] nee. I write aJs that pay Wll I make you fly I permanentI ;

r also nnmeries Dear Little take Kiver no rir.kof.importingWUITB and Fulford. By *ecunng FLY tree or other from insect home I I customer.! $rs. E. A. McLendo

.. Soo This ia aa important matter,which should not be overlooktd.tarce j

II* illustrated application.catalog with prices and,, descriptions, -of varieties B F. Davis -l MpiiSteamLauiKkyPhbne 233;,Thirteenth StreetDRESSMAKING"


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, the New Year' r ; ; Ji r't r rtAEyerybodyff r r

: by visiting theand i ELLS & GRAVL::: I
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10c : orders in their II fa

:' Store'' Millinery, Department
Variety
. sjiould see oiir display of
I I>Uigneijs! of the latest Fall style ; "' r' '
; They handle Tin. Wooden and Gra in! silk dark straw and light] 5" Useful, and Ornamental
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nits ware, Towel, MaU, Rags, Blank- weight materials. 11t a
let* and Comfort Their S and 10,I ,I I
[cent counter are foil of useful artlclles -'1 I ;
for the kitchen and dining room.:'' Ladies Tailoring I D epa t ;ment : Presents I
|They handle notion of aU kind I II Wt
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-" For,ptrejet.|carriae and \" s. t I
waUt tailor gowns and coats|

.robnson. & Tompkins I !232. Twelfth Miami! Ours Line is Complete and the

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1017 Are. D.Between I
{ 10th and 11th Streets Miami : ; It Prices are low ;
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i Rugs] j Matting,, Linoleun, Reed

and Willow chairs, Sideboards, ,
Fort Dallas
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National
: China! Closets, Dining Chairs and h-

>H Tables, beautiful oak Bd Room

: Suits) Book CasesChiffoniers| and
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*, !CaMtal t !Sf0 l Warb'Dbes, in (fact everything to
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make borne beautiful '
comfortable f't
Surplus :;: $3.500 '!I
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Assets over Half a Million l \DoljaII rs ''2o r tQSII : i kinds. Wood'' coal l. 011 orgasollne. -i

f ; 1 150 oil! heaters, marked low/-!

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Statement, at' ;the., .Close of Jusiness.\ November 9th. 1905'frondens&I 'C .

.1 *"' 'from i % :jj port %td:0)mptrolfer V of:(Currency" I, Full line ot Japanes hand paint' d Vases ,


f Resources'j Cak! Plates, Salad Dishe etc. I. rI
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.Loan and discounts............I.... .................. $263,386. Call and the goods, no trouble fo show them;*!
r, Orerdraft".:..................,. .. .................. 3,463.|< ?._ Inspect I i U. S. Bond account Circulation..t. .. .................. 52oeodk
.; OtherBoudlowned............. .. ................,. sasoo.dt ,. ', j '.
Banking House. ..:.........;.... .r'.. ............. 50,000.at I -
Available : W. 1
Cash Assets J. Watson

I' U.'S. Bond owued..1.... .1..t .....$19,000.00 :
Due from U. S. Treasurer.......I.... ,4.. ... 2600.00 ,
"r Due from bank..................I.[ ... ,. ...... 92,11152 .
i' Cash on band.:................ ... .!...... 31,873.83 $1-45.48,. ,'
resources.. ................I.. ,..: ........... $564,836.S .
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: Uabitities F. ooo. s .ooos.oooo o

lu...;;. ..J.... .. 100000.
f Capital Sarplns paid and profit.:;;:;:::..:..j...+.1.ir" .:..,..:..:.:.. 5377.6 ;

Circulation.. ................... .. ................ S2.000.Odj
r r Bill 1&ble..n: ....1"................... 65,000.001 te na s
i.,. -, Depoit_ ....,..................... .. I ................. .342.45934$564.836.98 iR.aiEst.+ n
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CoBpffiflrt stiteseit of depost s showing .i iicrease la business |
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Horeniber 10th.1904.-x.! ...1: 254,777.7?. Business lot llSth meet 10x120 e
November 9th 1905.........;... .!............;..... 342,459,38 feet. A rare barriln.. 250a S
.t. Two beaatlfal rrrer' Croat lots, ta-
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: 1 f' I '. eluding riparian rlchu, 100 fttt for
r 13000.
Two river lots next to Utb streetS
ridge at lets t&aal ralne.
I Three river from: lots In RlTcrsld* 0
at comer of 10th 11 Ask for prlee
One loton; -7th itrt.weii ottbrailroaJ. .,. 0
.for oalj |iOO. .v',.... e
Lot between-4th mad Sth,:near ranroad. 0
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f ui1Pi .-i--I .i Choice lot on 6th, street Bear passoser 0
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depot $1000.i
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wrr for 1450 eacX or lea .,.
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\ One lot on 10th street, near Ames eI
L"l' ) : I D, for $500 less than TSlne. A sure ,1 0e
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House sad lot on 13th and one on4th. ;
at special prices and terms.
y House and lot worth 13000 for 12500f
sr. : 1' taken Quick.
r 2S feet frontage pn 12th'street' for
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the publics attention .to the ;above report condensed from sworn eWe
: statement. to Comptroller of Currencyt, which shorts our present condltlpPt}
: Our growth in deposits is shown:VJillf.UUUVG comparative statement painirof h ve sold'severa; lots in our new Bay Viewjadditioa north of the city and

one hundred thousand each. year: rpr\\ the,,;past,three years. Both\statements\ h!' ve some left at 150.00 each, only 50 dollars cash,, down.
|;.1 show thatthe Fort.'DaZlasXajonal: Bank, ,ilectt4lJiI the"::United:States as a de- River de lots are the best investments in'the city at!500 dollars each 166 0
1'positary of public-money*;'u growing in strength and popularity. \\ d liars cash, balance in one and''I,two years. 'I
I: Our customers:say it is a pleasure\to '!o business with us. IIJ hate am Several choice furnished houses to lease for the season.S .
\:pie capital for all reguiicmcnts within-the field of legitimate banting.r We\con- II ( i i 0
''duct a'Savings Department arid\pay\ 5'r cent interest\creditcd\ and: mpound--
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BOYNToS !r S DOMINGO RIVAL ].
INSTANCE INVESTIGATIONIS M NEWS FROM
: I r i iLind ] I LEADERS MAY CLASH j I .
NOW AT AN END. I i i '
> Pi ched Battle Near Monte Christl 1 1III
t Agent Fred S. Dewey wu in ;

A I town ThursJay I looking after. his or-j' III Any Day Bon T -
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;angb grove.tV I Haytian. Dec. 30, The crulser -
I rk Is/about finished'on the 3oyn- j' I f Ln; tependela' started for .Monte ,
1 Joel G. Van Irse, actuary of theEquitable ton; Hole but it will not formally ,j s t 1. f San Domingo.- but It is not 1 I j I
was the first witness be t nntmonth. t'1 about the 20th of i j next knt .
open whether the act Is.. on behalf.
: He .
this morning.
i. .fore the committee .
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,ob fugitive. President Morales orrp'di f.f
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has been with the society thirty- I MUs V; glnla Vause of GalnesTt'le- 1 '
.. r ent Cecerez. acting President of' .
eight'years, and Is said to be responsible I is the i:..Jularsnest. of her sistet I,Mss f S ',ngo. j ,-
for the. actuaryal methods of the!' Lulu Vauce' teacher at this place.'1' .. I inhabitants'f of Monte Christ Jar j -

,, society 1.j J.1 H. B. Murray took In the ,1I"at'' III I a state of agitation audit. Is j Halfpri: sale of all our :
Replying"'to; questions Vanlrse said that decisive struggle betwen -
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Palm I '1 ex ed. :
West Beach Christmas
Henry B.;,Hyde' attempeted to com-,I i I val leaders will take place In I H
the did Master!1 Dobert Rooth. of Da; tona, thh
'psi him'to make,figures" on" : '-- 1 section. There Is also much ,I' ,
i ,dends. declared: :on,different dividend U In town' guest'of relatives, Mr.and i;'i ate'. r as to the attitude of the UnitJuites. -II ,1 '!, ,
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f' policies higher than be' thought advisable. -,I Mrs. H.j ,B. Murray and famiy.! I r : t. I' '
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:. Fifteen 'years ago he reported "swellest"' affair*of the season I : ''' 1
The R'PESIDENT ..
the fact to VIce-Prestdeat Alexander -j 1 ROOSEVELT 1 i.. .1'
Ib01l'111g'blm'.the dangers .of Freedluna was the ,! 'stag oyster supper, at; the f U 1 1 GREETS FITZSIMONSpgo. 1\1f 'P' tterE: Hats
;% the'plan, and that'Alexander ]lerauadBJ"e House_. .Christmas ,night. : : r
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!i and wrestling'were InJutgedt'ln "
t' ed to give way In his demands Boxing to the .
Dee. 30. A special ,
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much. to the .delight; of an present i Tr.e:from San Francisco says that 1 r \4)t"F EI _. .. y-,<*.
I:We did not learn who was best man. "
,The very..latest BtyM in weddingsta5onery I B f "Itislmons has received a letter
''IR annonneemenu and call- I Pro!.]! and Mrs.. Wm. A.; Cate. .ofEustis I turn Pret-'Jent Roosevelt la which ;
fee cards, can.' be, had at .the strop- I .'were; 'guests of Kr.r lima, Mrs. tli'1 larrcr.' .wishes the big"lght.r the I '
ollsr: oee. Culen) :Pence,this west, l. .' .[,compliments.of the season u.t.eonUntied ( $25.4
I Miss Florence Murray was at (H1PO" '! '
prosperity.CRISIS :
'.. ;,Wanted '- -To,purchase .a- Scotch luxo Mr.between Crews brought trains Tuesday'bi. bride erenlng.I Tnes- i. In :. '.'" worth from $5 to :

terrier. :Inquire at this office. NOW .PASSEDAT _
.. or das night. ODESSA '
,0 OnV win i' k II I : T
'The.Indies' Afternoon .
give reception; to there' members WILL' ARRANGE, ,'J:: j IU i ton, De .''SO Times to- '
r aid treads Monday afternoon at the I : N. E. A. PROGRAM ,d b1JIh" a special from Odessa tqgb' ,at half f price lI

*+ *; lair twQOinc. Both ladles and gen- j i .Dee I \VB-1 tf* he crisis there la #ast"'tad thatpnblfc'sentlment :
s Oemea arc tnclnJed., Chicago 120 -'President. I has cooled under the ,
Ham: Hj 1 1 MarweH-'president of the DWtIal1a'W. Two-thlrds of the strlkef )j ;< ";:w
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Educational Association -" "
r at':lttead-tbe-blanket Coba's., *aniltara, \sale> -.. the National'r elghten 'department, '.presidents and'Yoftbt majority r, iaye'of sons the back strike to work'and,.leaders tarebet the I I' 1.. __ !,-_ .:' '''_ .. '- .. ,,,"1&f:
1 association wO K -
y .. '. f' hold a'conferencehere arrested.. ;\ """ .. ,
% ...i II:matar,. ..wants.. to' list yeer.prepsrty'r foday'to arrange for the program ,U,' -. '.: 0PI" ,t I, < .14 ., l' ... .-\<< .i.,. ,.
,.. '0 fdrty-fourth'natlonal ; .. "
of the contention ;; .i. J 1 q,
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'r l. ,.. INTERS! WILL, .GET :Jr.. ., .., -' 4 ,R\ .
'the .blanket ;and',fneasill of j the National Educational Association j EIGHT HOUR DAYttw'York ", ---. ,c...;.. :\.'"
aicoheml.. ,. > V : 'S1 which wfll: ',be- held ,ai'.Jubnry: : Dee: SO -The special : '.
Park*and Ocean Grove July I t toTofrnlshed
I announcement, Is'made at the head J.
: AB of the school<< teachers who,have next Jef'. J. qua erg.of,the"' Typographical_ ical-Union :
beet here this week In attendance 4,900 printers" wffl be granted ateijhlhbnr : -:::'h"u.
the annual..session of the State Kdneatlonal room; ,nicely furnishedroom | day Den Tuesday'morning. .
'Association, are much'pleased to: rent In Watson bufldlng.'Apply iba4 big firms granted'the demands .. ;
wIth their reception, 'the dty'In Metropolis, -offlce.u .';. 4 rdaJ..< .. ...",!' ...
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general and the result of"rtheveonTeatton '
,.which was one'of 'the' most For old Cheap One thousand three il snpereedeatBorder staying aQ formti 1
successful and InstrnetlTe' the history rear lime stock inquire or phone] authorised proceedings, pending i ..

.of'.that'organization. "The, "majority at':'L'.' Mnit. agent.VThe'best : spsal, has beeJI"made by Judge Jones I ,, 1 ,' / '".
: of them left last'night:and thismorning > '1 rI tte'matter of the Dade"Comity'Security I: I I L : I' ...of-."..: ,
respective homes. biographies. 'are those, ont ..' I ...
j for :their s :; I: .. ,Co 'TS..H. L: Hoffman a A. ;:
to,rest UP.preparatory to the"opening o feet' { ].' Mary A:: Worley, his wfeand I 1'I ,,.,",
of,their schools next.,:Tuesday morn- :, l mr1eT. ,' and filed with the clerk I I ,.I I 8
'lag. 7{ *' '. BRO88IER_ ,'.means. REAL Esr rE" I f | ;circuit'court.' .Thief case}Is ( I .' 'F. :cl t"
Best tab!. boar: \\"per.wars Lewty !,pow on appeal to the SupremeCourt is chance to buy: a dress hat"for' : -.
your
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r ._ ,.. .I .I- "' the season;] ,only aastthey' .f fe,. of these )left-,and :..=__

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ri :- .- r JI' \, tl.- -.' :, \vhatlabeautif l line: of: Japanese i china:we carriecii

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Taken into Consideration' Whalers i 'is the cheapest place in -**

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I' t" i rlorida ,to Buy You i

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NEW RAILROAD LINK built daring the !rear 1106 and their FIGHT FOR THV, presentatlve
Louis
H. Palna of Totedo
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IJEWS TO HOLD CONGRESS; |I TO YEJLLqW l IP- ? STONE PARK 000.aggregate ARtother coat Important ill be about extension'19,004' OHIO. tPEAKERSHIP ; would be contested. ;

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Commenced: Todey!Will' Run From which baa bee I authorized. wlll De t Columbus O.I I December 80.-The RUSSIAN JEWISH RHAPSODIE J'Ic

i I St. Anthony Idaho. built between Ore. and the speakershlp question of the lower few York December SO One of
.t. al Association of Jewish Charities and is t I
1 famous Coos n the Pacific Coen- house of the state assembly Is to be the most Interesting features of the
THOUSANDS WILL ATTEND MEETING others. | i I II f
many I concert
St. Anthony. Uiho, December. SO- It U understood the branch rea decided today and the Republican of the Russian Symphony Orchestra j
,
i, IN NEW- YORK,NEXT MONTH The congress \[will be held for the The preliminary j i Cork for the l to be. given this evening at !.
the
of dealing with': the present f proposed U be lot a coast line members of that House are her la
purpose
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'. Carnegie Hall will be the performance 1t
:..WILL,DEAL, WITH THE RUSSIAN ewlsh situation, |especially in Russia extension berg r!of the Oregon Short tweea San Fran and Portland.Tb. 'I fun force to attend the caucus which of the "Rhapsodic Hsbralou* ,

F- SITUATION and with the possible" jresnlts of the Line from I U the Yellowstone, Coos ba I extension probably has been called for this afternoon. ofl Zolotarlo&, one of the most talented ,- ..
recent massacres la the shape of a National Park; !vU MarysTflle was wW be further modern Russian .
1} extended down the Carol Thompson Is still considered ;, composers. The f.'
greatly Increased Jewish Immigration begun here today i nd. If the season candidate, > work la said to be
,rk: I Califomla coast to a connection with the sroncest for the apeakershlp. symphonic based m ,.J
.'of. from Russia to me United States. U favorable. thcCr .. line :
I I the Santa ;
1' IWrd Important James A. Walker of Stark
.# on wldj l great en9y. orthodox Jews In Russia The composer
*; New York' December- JO.-In accoraae PITTSBURQ, WANT*-i Although the extension will be only Is being bunt Hersbey Neb.. to I County Is strotfly punned by U* I has made a special study of the i'
|| with the decision of the Jewish BRIDGES i !I MADE FREE serenty-four mlfe* hong. It will cost eoanectlOD the Burlington atNorthport friends but his chsnees are not considered popular' -.mnslo of the Russian Jews -':{,

.t Deface. .Association; .Invitations'have. : I considerable mof eyjas. there are great Neb. $T which an important particularly brilliant J'. T. and has woven these quaint and characteristic ;

K.c-; been sent. out to the central bodies... of Have, Petitioned difficulties) of engineering to oreroome.The link will be orme4. Then th.t, Demuth of Psuldjnj County la another melodies upon background g
Courts For ActionIn
the Jewish > I gr4at IncreaseIn! the number of will be a line tp Nation, Ore. along candidate working hard to win the, ofl J Slavic pollphonlc music. That '
fn' prominent : organlxatjfIons >
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The PremisesPlttsbnrg. Ylsltorsj who the Mackenzie f Ik of the W1Damette plum. George Greene
rlsl| I the Yellowstone Little of ,County melodies are bunt upon aa Orientala-
of ,'the:country, asking them to .
<. Pa.,December SO.-On behalf National Park eVerjj. ; year has conTlnc- River to a pot on the Eulslope Is said to be filthily! plaIDs while scale and give to the composition rt
Join_in'a call for a Jewish Congress: of a large*number:' 0: tax payers;led I Mr.(E. H. JisrSIman. that the ex of the Cascade ountalns north of:, 'George A. Bassett of beat and \ttlll- highly I peculiar character. _.

:'of- representauvea,!'an 'American-, 1 attorney-John P. Cox 'todaT filed a'(ten.loul)will more!than pay the Inter the Klamathshea j a distance qt ,'I lam Z. Ron of!Warren County are I ?

i'.Jewish organizations: 1 petition in: the courts; ,, l jasking for the est on I he cost oflie, constructlon.Thsi 112 miles, a art two mile extension accredited with a considerable followIng. ATHLETICS AT COUNTY FAIR x
''f ,The congress W to beheld' in1 New appointment of viewers'unJer the act St. Ant I bony rout! wss, several years of the Cancan TapuJ. Pat The friends of Mr. Thompson V"f
"' of ago abandoned I' |the MonUa route fie road Into ol and a afxt'threemile claim that he has the promise of I :
: fork la the early part of ,next]year May B. 1871. for the purpose. of acquiring orj I ..
( ins'It la expected that aeeralithoa; ,, for thej county, the Ninth Into the park.i .Both entail a long I. ute I on from Elgin,, Or<<.. enough rotes to assure' his election at I :few! York December SO. The >$;
|i isand delegates will be in attendance. Seventh- and Sixth street I bridges be- stage ride beforel r1 the park Is reached :to Joseph oa 4 line of the OreteiRaliroad the first ballot iut this Is not generally County, Fair at Madison Square Gard- -I]
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--Among ,the large' organizations which tween.this city and AlleghenyThe : and. onj this scountj the Oregon Short A Na tlon Company.I credited. (: ;enj closes this evening with aa Inter-' tfestlng
'fhave been' asked"to sign the can for viewers are to Inquire and re Line never washable to compete with I However It IS not expected that program of athletic games and X
.,>,the congress are the Independent port whether these f bridges' are necessary the Northern I Pacific' for park traffic. Loyalty to on truth lnvotvea bopltaUtJ f there will be much trouble In mating I'contests. In which many prominent *
*l 4er of, rut B'rtth the Independentler for the accomodatlon of public "he latter road rlaches the very gaU to all.Prosperity I the selection. The situation may become ;at lete. from all parts of the conn- .*
of BMth Abraham the Indolent I travel, whether [the payment: of toll of the park fro the north. The 8L somewhat 1.lmPIUIed. If the ru- tr,' will take part. The list of entries n
Order of the. Sons of Bena.Sfn7 !thereon is an "nnjuitj burden" upon Anthony entrant Ion on the western 1 hr mor proved to true that the seat of ,Is very large and some excellent sport 4
the aUonal Jewish Relef! _Asso"clatkMi l the traveling public, and assess 'the sJJe. I I J ,,: !: ea buUds up its own Representative Demuth of Paul4lq expected./ There will be dashes and

,. (the ,Central,, Conference of''amount: of damages if{any sustained This! I'new tin. only one of the prfson i ( I l3lany County will be conteste. U that 'ruos. In which school boys policemen. %
American Rabbles the Union of Orthodox Iby I the corporation owning the bridges numerous addition which Mr. Harriman should be done It would practically firemen, letter carriers and others will v
.'. '.- Congregational, -the '.National fI:,by reason of taking the1 I same as county bas anthorze| 1. In all about six follies e only refrel1le.l byrefutation. I eliminate )fr. Dtmutb from the raee. I I take part also pig races wheelbarrow,
cli[ of Jewish Women the Nation I: bridges free if> the public.e hundred miles olfnew. road are to be I ;It I. also Itated! that the seat of Reo ,,races I and a number of athletic eventsCoptinenjai %

IF YOU HAVE ?INWARE ON HAND j
that needs repartng I Just let u know:!I Tires. j ji

s r and we will mIt I for Iota I '

r WE REPAIR! TIN BOILERS i

J u wen aa any other kind of tin ar- d Pierce Bicycles : .
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TINNIrGtides so u.er'u: ions aa a new I Tare 1 ,
i I i one you i might boy.saUsled. Our work Is oftes \ t
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more lasting i wean longer thai r+

J3 Perfection .at Last, :. the new vessel j A thrifty housewife "High Rolers"oithe: first quality. It is
f ALWAYS. READY, ALWAYS, KEEN. i looks well to : MT tlnlng repair and .

.fiib Simply- Lather and ,Shave.1r .. ) t 'L always with our work 1 with pleasure that we sell you either. j

:. THERE IS NOTHING TO ADJUST .. ..,._ > PIONEER CORNICE COMPANY 'I.| ,1
llOLTUZIAVATQt NOTHING TO LEARN. 'I. If i You may have no fear that \. ;
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The wonderful feature of this pazor Is the I i* i lilTh
| [ i blade. Twelve blades (twenty-four sharp '. either will fail -j
ITO LASTIPOtYEAB. edges) U TBDCSS paper as HAnD U flint u you ,
TOUGH and sans as whalebone go with J.
each let EACH SK '_ j jBLABEis \ !!\!Acme Billiard Parlors
u ,, good for B B Bto'i i I

.d;. _i- TO from.VOBtTTSHAVS THIJITI. :1- Hudson Cycle Co. I
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TA,Ili., 'w' A.Colda ONE BILLIARD AND FIVE POOL TABLES I
,- brads se St.11th J HING BUT SOFT BRINKS ERVED.
an Iol : f i Loan Household& furniture
Moneyto oo
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j sums of 5.00 and up. Can be paid back in ,

For Sale by Iktr. Dade l"! Co. Title Insurancb sums off i.op a '"-week. Business strictly

!;Biscayne. Drug, Company 1 : I il" I land .co1nfidential. Write'.us i and, solickorwill call

k i Trust Company *. .

LOAN OFFICE 4
II MIAMI. FLORIDA INCORPORATED
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.1\Jeyers OPPOSITE ROSTOf PICC.
*. Paid Up Capital 75000. Strplus, $12,000

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fcontractlng' Electricians
| : Insures land titles prepares abstracts ti les loans and
invests'nioney on its own account and for others. Acts as AModelBathroom
1 -4019 Ave: D Miami.(Florida I' (agent: attorney-in-fact, trustee, assignee i executor re-
I ccirer. or guardian. Address all coma nnicationsoo tclI *

.,I "J if Is the most essential future -
S. L. Pat Sec. and Treas. Miami Florida "y
1 of the modern bouse
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: SEE -- as it is a neceaaary com
I 1- t fort to any home. Better v\

.Wm Curry's 'Sons ;/ put money in perfecting
Dr.BurnIamSpecialist t' the sanitary system* there
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by insuring the health and

{ I :'Key West. FloridaHEADOUARTBRSt I III than comfort spending:of your it tor family fine
FOR -
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furnishing Agts rOt the

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[,f you are sufferer with ''Chronic or Blood Diseases. All II SHIP Chandlery, Building Famous RacycieM. )

emale Diseases and Derangements most successfully treated MHierials Of Allill Kinds.
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; Also Rectal and Genito Urinary(
Coal:t
and Steam marine Railways, Ma pine ShopsForjceiairing.
AH the latest approved Electric Appllawn*
Te as. (tM lades a Udy"*B id always in atModaactMetropolis' J" Itcj j. MCDONALD
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1 All )rinds 'Boiler and Steam'Fittin! can oe done a t Ln. !
Op-Stairs' ; ; : : Building i'sho1eat notice' in the best possible! manner by ex >ert Ju 'ed me twelfth, Street Miami Plorlda.j" .. 4
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PAU TEN """- -, -} -j-: ---.c._ MIAMI MET. OPOU$ 'ATUROA1 DtCKMMK M1M9Se | -" r.o 1 '- -',

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;. MOURNING, CUSTOMS.. BETEL NUT CHEWING.. A _HORNED PEOPLE. ;: 1:
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; I .; nd.l. w...... cep ..... It la tk I. Hwtl m entoa ...tk. .sesr Mass Te4 LIne Teas> the Oha i j:
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:",,1 I Th. ci stoms of' mourning as practiced Betel not chewing: to the national dl- Adjoining the Chinese prefecture ofChieachang ,1,
I ml various parts of the world renloalof the Siamese. Erery. one to a deep' gaily barred bya .
.' .; i I' I eem at first sight to have little rela from ugh to low .to addicted the river which no Oiinamaa to penabK
to
,,t;:" :,,,,,', .L,," 'r" : i I ,
t .- tad to he
until find ball
{'"", '.,." >I ." ." tics .wit i each other or with the Inward habit, and preparation of the quid for pan
I ;': ;:.<"} r.'.';'''f .. ,. 'I fief which they an supposed those too poor to own Ingredients and goo* conduct la Lo OdOIL
J }.. ..... .,, The Loloo are a slim well made,
., ": I V to typifj Yet by the exercise of a lit' boxes to In every town Quite aI| business "
2" 'H'Ready muscular with oval reddish .':
tie petit ace many resemblance may' of j itself. In the smallest settlements race brown' : <-
b* disco rend among them The.1I1d.1 one sees peddlers squatting before faces high cheek bone and pointed ":4'"'
-' ow*. C caj. for example dates their tray of little boxes boJdto] china, from'which the beard has beencarefully '
the dan of ancient EgsptEgyptianmen lime and seeds of tobacco and ''pack plucked., They are far taller
Meet! than the Chinese and Indeed than ,,
Are to ( the beard and say
hayed bead a* a age o( syrah. or green betel leave ,
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token oi mour i1Dc. The women, instead The betel tree .to among the mos con- European:race, but their marked p- -: ,
to the born. : mala
cnllartty Every I
of .
cutting off the halrj concealedIt moo In plam. sending up n trunk sometimes "
adult gathers bis hair In a knot orhi 'a
by a close cap. The Romans, who full sixty, feet, always like the
forehead and then twists It up/
wen. aa a race clean shsvfn, shaved cocoanut, limbless except: for 1U bush .r.
the bead In mourning and won a wig. of a. top where again like the coca, cotton cloth so that It resemt
Beat The Figures Of. The blick band oa the sleeve as a the not grow In closely attached horn of a unicorn. 't '
This born .to considered aa recI.
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I or sign of i loumlng comes to us from the bunchef.: to harden and redden before
even If a Lob settles In Oi trios* I t ,
'e day f'i hivalry. The lady tied a scarf gathered :
tory and pigtail he lUll .
a ,
grow _
or napkn, as the handkerchief was The cardamom! seed or' clore.to| an .
serves his bom. The Lola man' C
j I ailed about the arm of her knightIf extra of the well to do and especially .
dpal garment to a widaitie
.
be w* i killed In battle abe wore the of the} women. The common I habit black'felt tied' 0 "
of red at
au4Pi band in'' nemory of him. : among ta>ep of the country to to add a neck and or descending almost
any Competitor lye.6 Black{ taa so long been the color of pinch of tobacco after first rubbing it .. The trousers an of 5 Vheel. t ti}
m grief In: glo-Saxon countries that It over their gums. The bright red saliva cotton with felt bandage*- No ,
l seem* a part of the upside!' down civIMtatloo from chewing to. IB the town house, are worn but a conical bat of, FS
: of the east that Japan and carefully deposited In t handsome silver bamboo covered with felt fUraI.4

China w' tar white. But no longer ago ,receptacle. In the. tip' country bead covering u well u aa umbra ,
make BETTER STO E. than the time of Elisabeth the unfortunate house silts between the open bamboo The Chinese divide'the Lokw'k .f:
we 1 [ary of Scotland won: .whiteon flooring) obviate the necessity for such two classes, which they can respecffi." ..
: the : eath'of Darn1e,. Even now 1l1cet1 But always on formal occasion ly "Black Bone*" and "White Bonn"' :
,
"." 1. .' .. the hear used for children b white even In the Jungle edge the betel the first being the nobles and the latter

,. ', j I I and la i: England the mourners at funerals nut chewer tarries his box for the freely their vassals and retainers.. Then to
'h of young unmarried persona flowing Juice that stain the*! teeth also. .a third class of.captive OIJTHM :'"
;' : wear ha banda and sashes of white.' a deep, red. .which among the better and their cIeaceD4utI.Wa....," .
: : I, English custom I to' that ofd.coratixg class with care and attention. become pnctically; slaves who are tattooed. "ItIe ,

: 1 I '" I the black bean bone*with n highly polished black.' l| forehead.. with .the mark. of their.. ,
'y'r:: : : f 1 r long false black tails. They': attract no And this'to true even of 81am1" most tribe: : '- V *

: I I more no Ice 'oa a strait in; Liverpool enlightened classes, whom contact with The Lotoe'.never marry' except la.
: I than do the black nets used la this the outside world appear not to win k
their tribe
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I own captive Oilas* woaoa -
z-t' : We do not make-this statement' for 1' ,' countryj o cover the horses( ._ ,. from the betel nut And discolored tenth being given to their boQ.s..... Ik t r
: V ,.t ** t '. the pleasure' hearing our own yolce A gnu many sensible people protest I. Bangkok I talked with one o? royal marriage of a Black Bone to a time of Y
: : : ., ; that wearing token.of mourning to a blood and his wife'both of whom had gnat feitivltiea and many;banquets 6
..".. .. ...../ ",.. .... .' . ... I I '. -- 1"I I I barbaric custom that,should b*'abolished lived several yean In England, :yet the The betrothal to celebrated and rat
:: i :; f ob greatly' ,,modified.but[ when teeth of each were black aa ebony. and by the present of the husband 1\

.. I ,," :. I I ,, .. ,, low and grief actually come Into the the woman' -frankly expressed. her &. bridal famlly.oC a pig and three.v*

"''.'' ". '1.. \'.. '.' '". .,.. I I I.. Individual' life one discovers that there gust at the white teeth of foteJ en. MIl Of wine the
,. ..... ", .. I I. I t I to .a strange, subtle atnessj! 1k"gloomy Dog and other four footed animals Oa tn*:wedding'morn'the 'IIddeJtYe,
1 I she declared hare white teeth, lilies
garment and that they answer to the ". richly dressed wtth many .rsamesdt' st,
need of ho soul ed U contentment!-Outing; I I.V expected profasely.1' ,
for U Kb
nce and sep.eatka.j Ie.. to weep swhether
Rose Concrete copang tI she foal ...Inclined of not9 '
s ;; : I f PYTHONS AS setsa..eL.s ] In the midst of her tart the gnoaV ,
... .... .., .. Matins sad friend 'dash a .... ta U w
., -', .I.,...I "", ,". ., POD DERIVATIONS.CBrteae I.. *
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fir ; THr ,A
bride the best carrie her out
man e.
+ ,Foot Ave: '. D; West Side'Youngs' V "U' iBJetaer N tae Werd "T.t .! .r e..tty.aM.le... doors oa his shoulder'she ta elapp z,

.. 11 B.w "i tte.k Q.t 111 ]t..w Dr. J liana, an enthusiastic lover of en a hone and hurried' oat to herne ..zhams.
( I't' -" "Vote" a word with a curious his- snakes,' contributes' to a recent English .. See she find honey: cstliSJ/
r' tory T the Bomaa "votum""waa a -volume a letter which"; goes .to and .sheep; provided by 'the gtosa'L' =
"'. ,1, solemnthe amis* made to a deity. From how hat.the larger'kind V of i these family :while btr''cnna people V sent"
aoleE in promise Itself the meaning creature "may have far more character clothe,'ornameata and eon. .Womei;
of "votunthe gradually became' the and emotion than they are generally occupy' a high position 'among the Lotos ...
credited with. j"Mypresent j and a woman chief to not unknown'.
>l prayer Intense wish that _
I 'DWt' sled ; promise and then any accompa-Intense ] .boa. lie write*, "alway among the- .tribe. *. .-New. ". York, Herald.. -It; t.
la bed around
t Sell Dogs sleeps my my fret
Pharmacy wish wh1ment itever. 80 far the develop- He to perfectly clean Me still and very .
: prfneded In Latin, and "vole"passed seldom disturb me. ,Occasionally be POINTED PARAGRAPHS.When ,
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to English with the, same crawls. !! to my face to Uck It ![I ,frequently : ;
r INCOkroRA'9a 11 sense n>en Ben Jonsoa wrote ofotea" but yon die; yon will die a 1,dead <* j
Btlf
take
I can a python to bed at
give you a '
I
lie1 as anybody. ,
-public to heaven /
:. meant not present abe to timid, and If she cannot '.
mass mejeting resolutions, but prayers find my feet crawls. out of the bed. and We all have enough to be eros' about J .
> I Finally! oar acquired }ft* present curia herself oa the door Btll; It Isn't a good Idea to show It. T.

( A, Drug Store. for The. ;\People I.iter. meaniagj the formal and emphatic exvt "I do not myself believe that any People lIb to be called enffiu&aatIe,, .

pnsslot a wish, while the old sense python or' boa .to savage, but they an but bow they.hats to bo called ,"gush-' .
K. l remains ri tails doable-row" rl ylag.
} ; dreadfully timid uperlally from the rC
That's our motto, and it has been the] means adding h on ELECTRICAL: : .Work That penwork b*? roc shopping in, treatment they receive when first The only difference between the ID 4-
yourj! called a etlcuK, get* ij name directly caught; and the misery and terror.they era family row and that Of the older|
.;deeds of new customers to; our list We sell! only,the purest from th Latin -rvtinum.: .". "little endure on the voyage. Then to another days to that the modern one ton*! I'

:. drugs. ,All prescriptions are filled by;,registered pKarmaL C.H| BROWN net" robularly.Is bonettr. pbe word to thing: They have no eyelids and on big a amity '
sup to owe Its existence to the being' suddenly uncovered and dragged The good fefow"'you slap oa tbee-
: cists.. "We also:carry the finest sodas and i ice cream. in the city Electrical: Contractor, .1113 Ave.:C I fact the when an EngllMliwoman visit forth to the light suffer from the glare back and t.U-your trouble to may .

Y ; # 4 ed the iflrst Paris exhibition with her very acutely. It to best therefore to seem good utored.'bot be complain: "g';
2'Doors'North. ofPostoffice little b* ; in her hand the 1'arUUns hide their bead In your band ot[under of you to hi* wife. .
: 2> : cried "Bfdicnler The Englishwoman, your coat"IlaMI. Then to'nothing so disappointing aa '

W."E.: Youngs'Pres. mtonnd steu : aid to1translaj e thought It the correct water J pressing their bead gently Into a gnat secret and then'dl.eorerthat.
: > i of -Uttle bag and return It 1 {feed my boa frequently from yon already know tt.-Atchison Globe.. -
.t. ; ed to En ; iuIliUoJo calling it a "redenle." my band but the last time I offend a
flsU claim that the phrase to python a guinea pig the prey escaped A Mt .( w...........'
'isleep I like a top" 'come! from the and the python took la the whole of The Westmoreland hUla are the remains
z If ; French,! dorailr comme nne taupe" to 01; hand Instead. Ho soon discovered of aa JDJDltelJ'okIer world .
i Dade harmaoy: : sleep ilkClndereU amok It Is said too. that his mistake and war greatly dlstrtse giants decayed but of a'gnat race and'aacMtry. :

J i's' suppers wen not made of ed. rubbed his bead against my hand They have the finish the
;) I V 809Anane'D r. y glass tw t of -valr. the fold French and seemed to' fear some tort of peaIsbmeat delicate or noble bveUs.a-oare might

Q ; f 4 1 f,;;... word f* |ermine which In time became almost say the manner-that cornea et
Aa a Dew candidate: for your atronage> it i is but jut that-: 'we ... ,f\ > late 'tern," glass.Chicago "Sine* that time I have bad gnat tong and gentle companionship wtta/
atate our claim Oar,stock I.a new,-and the purest and beat 1 () j 0 'J t News. difficulty In persuading him to eat antes those chief force that make for aatoral .: '

that, money can buy. Our .aerrice'will ,be equal to the beat. : .,. '> ,.,.':. 11 t none him or take him to bed beauty.with air u4-....., wJUa'tlmpente .jf',
'% tf ". .':\ Ike ...TerHi T* tlv when be win lie the whole night. with a1lDot.too. abundant:
'i .We live in the building and wUltake pleasure in, ..' .. No enter's chisel canldo more of- btoltead la my.band." rains. Beside them the Alp are IIIh1?

..pplP.(101l!demand at all.hoara, y.orm&t.} ., + f.ctlnj Ink than b tumid outwithBUMM man the Apenalaes men forest grown'V'r'
s U 1: Noted : yLPr'lies'Rtaesoaable. ; If. : as.. by tjn, beaver'steoh. |FXs TWrt < watt; heap, mountains in the making'waO*'
j. 3 38O9: Avenue rD' Jls to il In oriental countries tt to customary an that Scotland *' .
*alj supply the meat that we unpply "f rest prve.;> tool withpatient ', gala from tine easy .
to have valuable fish bons hold
P .. which clever' baUden u avetoplag glory of Its heather West. '::
to !
-- --- oni Cttetomer.4The la the have t
pets. amt
r F range construe their dam The outer surface way aa we morelandv which to almost heathelasse. '
-- that ire;allowed to shift tor them. of Itho tooth I* :a scale'of very cats and dogs and ta almost ovary must owe' to an ,Infinitude of; flat: ,i.I"' :,
'-: J.I elveauntl they reach the'atock bard em el. while the body of tt to of boas;to Japaa ODe can find. Jan containing strokes, tint, curve*'and groupings to :' :

-EEEFE: EEEir r EFE>EFfr: rEE ,rarda Sand then jet corn for'a few softerstance dentine. Aa the "softer nbv noble have some fine Urge specimens.acquarto Japanese which touches of magic and to line. of pace, i
tn the end the wild .
can away use ofi yet never losing energy of
UTatrf| not what we "want are to be found specie of odd and
': nor i
the cblsel-Uk4 and rock
too take a bevel tear precipice that belongs of righto
6 whatonr curious fish that have been bred and
customer want.. injatthard slightly projecting edge of a mountain world.-Mrs..Humphry

: i I I Miami\ iSporting'GoO'dstor' I mel aa sharp as any carpen- morel cultivated! Ia China for the the last paradise BOO yean fish to and a Ward ta Century.. -

H Prime Meats tefs too fresh from the oilstone. The good example of the result of carefulcultivation -
thin Ma e of enamel, gives keenness Tk Arak Meed.An .
for It ta nowhere found hi
... .. l:. ..Arab ateed of ilr
the, oft dentine supplies strength, pare breed would
'W .. tit ''offer. a wild state and to remarkable for Its
wha we Their
'-- : 4 tender- and thai the combination forma a foe- probably be outpaced la a race by aa.
W' 'Fishing' Tackle, Eastman; use,. )Joicineaa and fine.flavor are mldable took which actually sharpens of colors any( which other surpass fish extant.la beauty Another those English thoroughbred, but la other n-. .
ii ; l It. outshine
tJRhb a% reclated. ttoeUbyoM. household pet to the Chinese cometgoldfishwhich specs tt'western rival
it Kodaks; Kodak.; ;Sundries6;, ; to equipped with Immense It Ia *o. docile that It to treated by Its'. 'f
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A 4.- ..... L rani Tout Ilk. owner a* one of the family and tt; ha '-.. .
'jjj 'Nassau Shells' nd: yacht.',Supplies t A.f".D08e.! Prop. A qt e< r festival to celebrated Mary sans when caudal the creature that spread to swimming. an Iron en *.min. for It .u.ji out ,jo!"
laces f v ten or twelve)/ year Theopening at night without covering or' belter; y

Of including fenders* polish; UiS ; >f the festival to ..lcaa11zecl by Ft w the ....*.. Katun protects the Arab hone with Ala
'' .* "t .' a grand mweasion.in which huge piles If the people about you are carrying a thick,_ furry coat, which to, never }
'} ed brass, fittings,,llatJnch, & of NUb take a large share. At the on their business or thslr.bmevolena touched by brush or comb and which
P "* W MONEY TO LOAN end of third day the viands arebume4. .t apace$ which drain the life out of falls off at the approach of spring l tl
\aiwhistles and side''Lgths,; (tojj On the last occasion the pile you resolutely take a slower pace; be when the, body 1Dd.1.p. ''which.had ;
of food en placed la a specially: con- called a laggard make less money, accomplish been shaggy aa those of a bear, again

| ship clocks, etc.t. ; ,etc. Jj- tracted boat which was towed' out to less work: than they] but b* resume their graceful beauty and glls- .
ili Ilea and consumed by are, toge h. what! you were meant to be and can ten In the sun like polished.marb e- ,

{' 1V 1bN I I er with 11 the content. [A large sum be. ,rOIl have your natural Jlmlt of London Chronicle. ...

'\ Xaig thou-ands power as much: aa an. engine-ten
l.ek aN ..... x_ ,
horsepower or twenty or a hundred.Ton
lylajlb gapore for the proper obserre In the northern part,Korea to cov. T -
& E WORTHINGTON | are fit to do certain kinds of work,
On 5hftrt tong nee of i festival. and you need a certain kind and red with transverse mountain range
| or Time which>> gndiMly sink tn a well marked .
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amount of fuel and a certain!kind ofbandllng.
2 West of Red Cross Pharcy S! ..... .. I owland. The :
} 30512th Street doors! : tat Tl w. .:.-George' 8. M.rrlam.t) principal mountains

EEe: : :EEFEEE: : &. :EEfrEEEEE; : : : : : EEf:.. : .: I' yon and expected to have! to make my ..... .... 0.l.. t. .*..!... of Japan. The rocks of the country are
1- .... /, [ own ,wiwithin 'S In the world I some day I Of ,'.U the gifts sn older brother, Or falefly/ old formations-arcbaeaa and
should t 7 to make my expense come sister can confer upon a younger child: alaeoiolc. The easiest passage across
: B 7 Income. none!] can compare with the taste for the peninsula to along the depression ,
Has Stood The Test :' 25 Years Tath| ( r. If I were u rich a* yon are good'reading It I* aa easy matter for of Cbyukkaryong. South of 'thia Mae "
(Co.; and bad only one con I'd try to bring the elder to bring the right book to the lie the "UIDr.D4lOUt!! Korea),
his taco' ne up to his exensa.-hi- little( reader st the right tlme4) and no which differ hi history climate, topograpby .;:;.
t Grove'is [ cagoTrt >- astlng benefit can be given [with soIttte l people. from north Korea.revrerattr. +
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,- effort See. that you are able to
\ A Bae > (Me.) florist had been raising act a* a wise guide when the little a.v 11__"' ,. .'. ,
I IMRED'RUTTER.; pondjIUje j for the market His pond brothers or Inter'* band .to pat so confidingly Mrs. Hnnks-I wish you' woutdat b* .!\
: Tonic to 800 b 60 feet end yields( thonsanda In your*.-SL Nicholas.. so positive. Then an two sides to' ;:.
Tasteless tenant ,
Chill
Contractor. of btoems In a se..oa.1 I During the very question. Old Hunks (with a ,

I n. Oradtnc.Biatlna. height < <. the season the, dally yled, A. curiosity la the.shape of a' puffball roar)-Well that's no reason way,y"
.e" ctotiL 1 west above 800 blmwoms. The usual as big aa a m'.are bead .to on exhibition should always be on the wrong aJeS- \C

No-Cor NoPaySQ. 1Iif I SWelta Drilled. tktewam. trice wi a M per honOrMl lass etorvt_ Bow4Q1..... lie.i Chicago Tribune. .. ,;

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-THEDAILY MIAMI MrntOPOUt SATURDAY DECEM lit S9 IMS .I 4'
MG' tt LEVEN
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r 4 Ii INTERESTING t ..... .. .., __.
ITTT BROTHERS HE AYEBTgDA PANIC EXPERIMENT.fcuetla .::
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. a *trees CJtak With .*!( a
:' f ;REMARKABLE i fcASE .OF BRAVERY Plat .t Water. '
AND PRESENCE OF.MIND. That a until qnaat{ ity of water u7. Miami i Business i Directory

Machine 'Shop "t half a pint. may e made to bunt a .
;_ I .i strong ask seems startling itatej! _
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a.a..Id. B." A. .
meat to nuke and
yi t It Is trn* It l*|
ents theN: Oasolene a.eUb..dwbil.! tie ...-... I a well known lawj of
Gas that
; for ew Era Engines. physics thq| Th*'Out of Town Buyer, and thos within
the
AttaeJoee Were
rtbtiag n Dud air.a.b1.I exerted 4,7 Increase city will find In the
pressure liquids *
... Hat below the addra...* of Miami M.rclvant
l:sad; kerosene engine 'repairing a SPECIALTY, j tbs. H la proportion to their depth. Suppose, classified heads for ray reference. under

Satsnma a. Japanese juggler therefore that wejhire a string cuts;

$,; General Repair Work god bfatau9| filling an engagement -- filled with water and standing *n ends &.. BRADY *V CO.
,
: 1'bIItaYell of this eas i be made to
Bnrlingtoq. I may :
III muted abll-
j I BURDINE A '
SEVENTH STREET MIAMI FLORIDA bunt apart by aadlpg a very aman Fan Groi n Hay Crala QUARTCRMANDealera .
maglclaa caused tile
: J 1t7.aJt opera x
be crowded quantity of Ask what la already and llapea* Fertlllxer la Dr7 Goods Notton
ions
erenlng.On
every .
In the caak. cask la L
already Fruit
feat In particular Interested bis Fresh and Vegetable sad La.1Jd' Faralaataga.IZta .
full some of iddlng the
way
water
Stone Co.
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ern. Marble- .. audience. Lying probe upon his back moat be derlaed IT do this a bole 1* IZta. Street Cor.JAr* IX Miami Fla 304 302 8tI 'JIJamJ. t11Y
be would toss a long; light table back bored la the end +1' tead of the casks .

.4 S. HOQAN STREET. JACKSONVILLE ward and forward m all concelrable' and a lone tub of i mall diameter lathe j., c. LUMMUS 1 J.:B..SCR1VCN
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.Headquarter: for, positions'to the time of lively mnslc Inverted upright.-JAt Upper end of I .
his tiny{feet.keeplftgj the table perfectly the tube la a small funnel Into which Dealer to Groceries Orate I Dealer la Drugs, patent 1Ie6

i iWing' Stone*',.Marble. etc. balanced., Ii I water, poured until the tube become* Hay ani FerUllxera. j canes Toilet ArtJcl**, Etilarra

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fun and when. that point!* reached.
'AIC AND TILE WORK It was Saturday': SatsnmaKatsukl the ask will burst; : 335 'Uta 8tret i r 'M1 n11. J'Ia.UQ7 Awn a 't1aID1. y '

had beattperformisg| for anwur. This incredible, bnj '. .

3FUXRS. BATH ROOMS i:MAN FELL, ETC. Be bad sa1onkbd his audience It la only* demo ton of the law: A. J. CAMPBELL I | YOUNG'PHARMACY
with a {core oi [K wonderful achievement that ha been cited. Wben'tbe.wateIa 1214 Arena D. Miami. Ita.,,

Mawawata.. Geacrat Ceawterg Wort; etc.. *, but aa yet he;bad not performed poured into the) t be It unites with Dealer la Dry Good. :Oota- i t Drug ToOetiAJtlclea.
.,. with the table resting on his test the water lu the cal k and the depth of .
< tug
Geataj rnmlahlnga.Ill Perfamwl .
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'O-u.radntla Lea Tad.g. Pro.pt 8erria.I Uatauki passed,Into one of the dressIng .. **, ?
the water la I Imes aa -
rooms to change his costume. that la the cask e.. The fact that! Avenue D. | Miami FTa. i jtioaary. lea .PreacrlatioM
bad he closed the door when : carafaQy compoaaJed.,
Scarce there Is only a small inantlty of watea '
a sound that mad* hi* heart la the tube make'ncla difference for I ARMSTRONG GROCERY C0.; >
q stand still for a ;jmoment-a crackling now one body, aW It* depth Is gangreproduction liCK;; WILaON A HUODLXSTON'

e&Co.Chas &llaJ EoySSORSTO' and a biasing an the next Instant a .4'front the top ,tube* to the bot; Fan lia* of atapl*I aad' fancy gyn' hue |: Real Eatat* aaj lasaraaeaI .
long tongue of gill leaped from the tom of the caak.01t j ] I Butte X .. and. I32Q -
sakwaf..nvelciiliig window. Others ez.erlmu4Is Yak niaata. TagttahUa ,
; A* a matter c this poultry act. M Twalfta
-.'- .. la tb* rear of the Stage discovered only'an artificial of j atTMt 1IJaaI. >ti

{ ', tile flame* at the.same Instant,. and a what we know takei place In 'utvef) t .
New prow aid" 11th Mee Avvaii D THE RID .CRO$$:PHARMACY
Eire flare battle was 1 islet between the Some of her greats conruMon are "
I'NEI"ante.! ; # l attach*' of the theater and the raging caused by this Very' p|rocesa. BoppoeeJ THE .MAGNOLIA GROCERY CO. Dealer la Dnis.Msdlchsl. ,:.
Era For on brief Instant Uauakt for example, that there I* a great mass : Tonet ArUclea.'::' '' MCIpdau'I. +
AND stood Irresolute mat fir 'confined >>- .* la Groceries Bay sad
Accidnt waa of rock under which there la a cavity ; caratanr eoapoaaJ Kifl ,.
JTABLE within order attended
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;KERS 1 .yet no ODe In the andKeoea Suppose; ;ttoreover. that there to a Cor. andlitk! ; f 1II'OIDPtT to.
Ar
bean D BU Miami. Fla. Ota 8t.'
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Cor. AT
Tonado Inkling lot tfa*'fI'u.dace crack extending trim the surface of the C M1au>If'p1s .

Dealer".* far ... gar that threatened the houM. These ground.through this mass of rock t* .
flfhttnf the !&mei'an** that a terrible the,water filled cavity nadensata. ,,4 .J ; "'; ," ,(

ite '. \ InsuranceFIDELITY pule would, man* !*b* moment that rock In' this condition ,,1* .a commas
thetator'l'.tIhdthey danger thing In nature the crack being cared Mttllikin & Deeer
alanakt;; understood.the sltuattoa.; too by com disturbance >f the earth or by ry,'

M aterial ""t ... In 'that moai4, hesitation lie. Its splitting In th* natural order of MANUFACTURERS I OP- .
j ';IBONDSOLDBST.A6ENCY aw the part that,b*.most act. thing Now, when 1 t rain enough to
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1. I Uatsnkl" his audience fin that
tile
was before, crack that;bvmaatag depth
tad Itrtiuus, B* had placed; the rigs.hastily.In In posh of the water In the rlty the pressure ROUGH. ..AB DRESSED .
'I 1ImI1I1'r l :Doct, IHJMIAMIIRST Ooa that h* might rest easily. A moment wUl become so great jthat the rock wU
'later and the orchestra comp lie ton Into a hundred

meaced?'playing. (fHatsnkt: had balanced I :. fnpatll'I I PINE

,. .. .. tb* table and;iwaa. gracefully dancing 61A ES4JEI LiMBER.
It back and,forth, keeping perfect f I
time with his dainty! feet 'Shortly 'the sae rmHar la .f Terraccounted Write for price. Now feadf 'I '
[ Horse-Shoeing': mMlUl'ti of the music was quickened t ,.........- ........ to- order -

and hel was I obliged to more more "The Blames are a 'yerr anperstl> Miami office 323{,12th Street. E..A._Perry. ACU'-

; Hoo'iis : qUIcklrj'At one tin the table would lions people.," say! 1 irneet Toung aur MILL AT OOtllAri.
AND' DISEASED. : I ; p O. PBRRINB DADa COUNTY, FLORIDA
thor.of the of the Yellow !
be at angle of t jrty-flr degree and -Klngdojm
an 1 .:.. f.iSEABOARD' +
tiatPoittlisee 7087th.St? ; again at ninety degrees and the next Bui*. "They hat ;zany peculiar err
;, moment'' perfectly perpendicular.. .Tb Dlanationa l of nat iral phenomena.; '

long table teemed fairly allre.Ueanwhll : Thunder, for butane, t, la the sky crybig. -
tbosi fighting tile ire .' They belier* t ut in the realm } Jif

C.. M bad worked bravely and success war above to a horrible tlant whose wlf*

W .., 'nard, crowning their --efforts. _They beard baa a violent and: incertaln! temper.When 1
.1' GRADUATE the music of tb| Wchestra, and they they quarrel 1 they echo of his 8Tt
:OPTICIAN, Matsnkt role: come In long, oiling note fron "
: knew Oat was dome his part Air Line RailwayFOR
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profession i Wfth;Maynard Son! .J.w.t.raAver. to' bold the atteutlW:;Of the people. A the clouds.hatched: srery angrythrows he
his hi
apons4.
*unruly
.D' Cat to PMt Ofic few moments mora and all danger of. a ,
.. stampede would be' put"Flap and when this jp I < iiderous wipoa 1 ,
7S strike tile floor of b< aren the thunderbolt I

if'W.BViYlt. of amok Issue Someone from the bad right seen whig a'puff of fall' through in 1 come to earth.) Savannah' ] Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines*,

End C'r.. the sage f I : "Falling stars are for b| .Raleigh,!Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
Flaaa,8p.olfoiioni Detail Mad the fact.thatthe: afcgela .
Uatsnkl occasionally '
flirer And sent tile 1
FRKEYS AT LAW.ain..tl.M .tor, Balldian of AJI Kinds Flat Te-ar, Indulge tat \orch 'hiwing at one sat Philadelphia New York.. : 4
table to th* celling turning a
nearly ;
.*.ldeooee.8pec1alI'. other.'. When the s me beings all In- Two Elegant Trains Daily ,
Fete* complete'somersault In Its flight The
pmcn,1315. ATXVUX D. slat upon getting hit i the'bath at one
s..ai.gsd p.EL.warlava. andlenc shouted Pith; delightFor Seaboard ;Express Seaboard Malt
the rater aplasbe gait. MlaaU. Fl*.. 117\LTEP'C. DxUAKMO been constant.twenty minute etldtJ.Uatsukl"The reins bad It rains., The wlnds| that sigh In tb* i Modern I'ullma.n.EquipmeDt.],. '

night are the voices of babies that bar*

T.,'.I B.I.HL-. .. ),,. r ;.A...rolxlteot.RothBuildin stood out upon firma and temple. lost tIIeir' war Inj|their I trarela to the I I ON.T
>- I Ilk whipcord <
I
land beyond the \
grare.
hI'
, -A: Fata..trali... raama.: .' "FIre r" bad noticed a puffof.mote J epantlBllilll ..
; Crass *? "When"a\ 8IamM die h* to droop tiiipers too JiclsoBiffli to lei OrleiiL> '
t:Bit! ....IG street.. ?I Miami,Fla ." :; buried .but his'corpse,fully dressed > ,.' ,
A" '"Tear.. &reI" 1i4aplll: was the table 1
:.f.1t. ctFLOBIDA. and then wrapped U a winding *"* 1
t... c ,_ The Chapman House burled aloft alid aTb. caught' again- with. to placed In a sitting- posture In a cop( i .
the same dexterity per urn. A tube I*pi iced In his month, for full iaformatioa cad sleeper.r ate uo call on any agent of, tk ;
P.W. CHAPMAN. Prop. conductor of m* orchestra knew and through this ':'a lit of quick> !]I Seaboard,, .j Ij
Rates SLM pw. di,. Spwlal W t1. wet not what'It ,anjn.ant At first h* a1yer'aDd honey)I la poured' Into"th I ,
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"UffiCaVBiac G.e1t an U.tomtom of bea La.n
caW au..atk .. ftlm ilssck.a W thought1, that Mauukl bad lODe mad. body. U this way It to kept for along &. o. MCDONNELL 1ss'LGII. ha. UL lacboDlills. Fit, '
BLOCK ATI.O Lot OMM OaaU. ........ be dared much. '
ATVK W1a& asap w Never before had so tIm., often for
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lU u4 vtaMr........ & etM .I1oi'Iaa.' year Erentualjly f .
o I.
'., TLOBIDA Geol ..................Rasa MIIdq. f. U bN waa u '..mad|tarei)' no one,could It to burned and t M aahe are cars; F. C.' BOYLSTONJr, Pass. Aslttt i'
<
his astooUhlng'skllL; \
D.1rayF7orlda. dray fully: preserred. I JTI* souls of taos '
M.'WILLIAMS, "A moment later|the stage manager wboee bone at toait'ar* not barrel} ; ,
m walked !across tile,stage and whispered are supposed to bom* slare'of a !

ttorney.AtLaw A.W., Graham,', something to MatsukL at the same horrid taskmaster!, with a bad Ilk* a : I

Contractor;:and Builder tin placing,the Etabl* oa"the :floor.UatsuU dog'a autnan body i Ad tb* temper d I't. '

tide)dajltilx4j"19 '', ; waa.nnibl to rts*. Attend-, a *_& B* aim for an time with hto
T MNa giver v Satisfaction, Contractorsm
,. aata titled the brar fellow and.cu feet la tile fires of 1 tV and tt. to the Property Owners .
GttaraatMd. ried him bebindf.the eo_." Very duty of his slaves t> keep those ATM :

>; M. Robbins y.Lrt......?........'ual.,..........-..aM gaM av.....w..1 jeer caw: shortly I| tb.1 manager returnedand from growing too bo Ta do this they| ,,I ., ,

; win call..._fOIL 1'.0.>o*>H/liUi jJla.McrrStt&Kolb when be spoke. his!role was. aadly must carry,water I In open wicker baa If you don't want to.SAVE MONEYwe

TttuvWFU.icy Ladles! HI 'j ken,through all, etei, ilty." can't If(
| help do,
and Counselor .; :and i D tlemen.- aid be, you. you come to

At{ Law: ,; : paaslng'his band, acroaa his forehead ....'Egg cat.: Psu r......

: "I bar'no'' doubt that you hare greatly A Chicago doctor iaya that for the The J. A. McDonald Co.'
wart/ Red I Estate Rentals
Perim
1sU ; Btat ud ,; 'etc. enjoyed Sataumi MatsnkTs performance last fifteen years I h has used egg U| ,
(
e.a..'M..aw this eyealJl .|Be baa wen merited cur'felon and ba* ybt-to see a case It I ; ,

: HUDSON : your)generous f pplauM, more perhaps win not cur*. TIle to apply the
Rpgp.M.: Are C, near 12th St.. Kia.II L.F1a. iray And
,. Buy
Your
(
I than yon Imagine. I bar to Inform egg to al follows: Tak* a fresh egg Bujldlng Material'Long

Attorney at Law yon that Satsnma Uatankl alone and crack the shell t the larger end{;

4 1T- -,-, 'Expert;TgpewritercRepairing baa Mood between!yon and death for Make hole Just larg s enough to admit( Leaf Yellow Pine and
13adding Florida ; Cypress
Miami, the past twenty minutes or more. .1'be the thumb or finger whlcberer' It maybe '

danger is I put now!and you are liberty ;and fore It into the en a far u '

VW. B.RUSH.i ., to leave;, thl building.but permit me to pasfbk'withont'' rui)turing the shell; I of all kinds''
i* '. w.' c PRESTON say before JOG depart that our friend Wipe off the egg !jwl: JL h run out and

;- 'rtnet,'Pnone 84.* 304 9th St.. .P.O. Box 311Emit Uatsnlt baa tort;.his;,entire magician's bind..a iumdkercbHf or soft dotlthumb. We, also sel Lime, Brick' ((4 J kinds).'Cement, Sash Doors
9th ss. outfit, which cost him ever a thousand around the Anger{, luring
and whatever else builder
dollar f Fir has'completely; destroyed the egg on oreralghtally This will gener' Mouldings, a requires

MIAMI.ILL, A. Ehmann his,property: 1 aye It with yon cur la one i application, but if no I I at lowest possible figure.
to do what to right, aad those who de-
make another
;-f. Multett. M. D ; sire to Show.tbetr gratitude for what application. You Know Where We Are. : 14th Street. Miami. Fti.k .

... .. ..ArchitectWest ':' Matankl.has 'done thl*. erenlng.can. A if. .I "87. i ir
''Omi: meet me hereon the platform."; A quiet home of .. ..
Booais X and 4rriswU ; rtnef our own plantIng .
Beach .
,:% Balldlnrioa. "' .. Palm. 'Florida There I I wa' no''|hesitation. A 'long ; a few book fall of the Inspiration
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line of men and I women. was quickly of genius; a few friends} worthy of be-
:
.m. to U mi gwlp .. formed{,and for an boar the 6. A. iWorley
'j manager I lag loved t ton n* la tarns; Come the An
to Studio
Innocent
.. esideaa, 818. 'Dec. Ross'' ncetred.tile contribution' of those who 1 a hundred :p easure that bring
their
Awnings wished to show When .
gratitude. no pain or remorse; a devotion to"th, .
the amount wa :Counted, pledge and right that win never swerve; a alapU Attorney at Law I '

J?, N ,Taylor an, something ,1. 00 was.fonndWFonrard. religion empty | al bigotry full ol I : at 1205 1207 Are G. "

...,.:' ; .-- ova|lj I trust and nope an4< re-and to such II SlOtf Twelfth St. Miami. Florida I bttWenl2aflJI3diSts.For .
,'\, .Office' it "', # philosophy this worll will give
1; *k. I.... >t .f B... th
'JADE PHARMACY Joy It,ban-Dt'vI 1 Swing.
.,;- She-Oh. Mr. B zj'ID. bow do yon do? 1181 Mrs. F. G. ObenchainFormcrlr Picture frames.moold.

:dog Avenue' D. MiamiLwM.D.D.aS. ..' I eau tiilUn? tMr!. Kexdure JOlt it"l 1

now and I,coulda't help thinking of should, thli tiere would be i ( ot Miami) and a high class of .
ng
yon. He-And wee she dtecuaslng met great'deal of. locel color In this rfttorellst I

; .. She-Not exactiy||sbe was comment- age" said the lady. to the oU Purchasing Agent fancy work made
raiclaa surd -"" big on the weather]and just asked m* residenter. : by

tat BDeotalltt Surgeon .. If I could Imaging Anything more ttreom "There be. mum,t- replied the latter 6146 Lexington'Ave., Chicago, 111
*, and,,disagreeable.-Philadelphia
"There hex bin mote bonse pilotedfer 4
I> . DentalraaJiOnl Ledger. *f j| 1 this than there lies "
& Crows year ten year. Mrs R
James Scott
w..... I, and rncj... .I: Council Bluffs NOD lreO. } ,
( The steamabtp korea, which arrired. t I"* ] Shopping of [every descnption, .
"
G at San rrandaco from tile orient recently A .
PaftF.I free. Mr commU ion paid by merchant
EU :L'McDONALDe tt Gror brought the most valuable csnalgament : I Mrs.'
LveSPort"Biehmo."ZIk. AsWtt-1
: bf1""H bad a rar with whom I deiL Personally see ta
Metropona ntforayour yiacfn
moat,Boronch, K. N.. dtr 11 of,raw'iUltever I landed'la prIae,JIUt7 at your house reaterdayTea. select and jbnr cheaper than ,
e thY country., It wia worth 12.450.000. ,"' order for tall aaaoa&eaata .
Mr TeOlt abeentl
W :( ; )- say an* you from toys furniture. Holiday >
A. WELLS
Lb 'W ymMs iup4BOTZ.YLA. ,
a It ,WU'dUptcbedeat'In hast* the band gar me $101 itaoat BJ aaktai good rtcetre attention. WI bar something pretty to ibeq' ,
"
228 tth $t Agent MlamL .r.rompt.
for PUrla* same aght, CS bait. of lt LCalL -
"...,. ., O. !,_ for It-San rrandac" i ,, I. Cctimatea cheennlly(lTeD.
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nit' : which U the cost of efceiJlnfarther

QUESTIONS ANSWERED, pi lre aorta.- There_ are' tea to twelvethoat : Buy Your, Bicycles, Tires and '

iand plants to tae acre: and tae s
K f. neighborhood I i! Bells from ":
fruit brings la the offronvW ,
c
cents a dozes for Red Spanish

Settler 1 I t4 l 4 cents a piece for Porto Rioos.Th '

I percentage of plants.fruiting. dpanda e- OFTN
Portion of Dade County. & EINI
I
II upon the care and Judgment exercised r ftltl\ ;

,I la their culture, some growers .,
I I, hiring fruit r. ':. .
succeeded In securing
11 IfJ I from. I I .
SO per cent of the plants In their
to water works, telephone -
; Bo>> narny tavttw IN jested sewerage aystenvtre .
.tte Ustnpolto by vnapsct' fettlsnU mall .dellTerythree aewspa. pineries. .1.1I They hale the very best. Get your
IN ALL QUARTER*
I ... >!yom..sksre oauenII conditions pen .twonational* banks, one j State, Ads mar be purchased from $' or I wheels repaired at Lofton & Bnlg.

eo; aIItIq, this put c* Us oonatry.UM .'bank, etc. It has mils of beaatiror $10an acre up depending on proximity where our pies have beea tasted adtelte4 I '

IZIIl bordsa of cormjccdsaot ..atiA.d streets of aaUTe wait stone. iWlila It to lo roads and shipping point Good you will hear!! them praisedbear National one of the best . . . : .
has the termmns of the I '
th ruby bscam so hsavy. practically I
fast w, have attsinptad la the follow- East Coast Railway, for though an extenstoa lands 1;on rock road within i miles of baking I ;ly. There to a knack I about pie Creseats at . . :. . . .
article to aamnarln sock bfOl'I of the road has'recently been Miami mar bbe bad for $50 aa acre and.: which we hale caagKt per-

f' tat Bftdan M 'to JIbt.JmDCrtaat, built penetrating the farming I 11 lands sometimes' less than that sum for land I i Columbia at-: .. . .1. . . !.,. .
not Immediately on a road. The same ectjy, i
south
cunrtr ttw Q>t.stlaos anstcxkvd ,rr..p-UJ, forty-flre miles this U merely gtta ity of land farther away from J OUR PIES Ramblers at.Second . .7. . ,:
'
feeder to the ot this :
'. It 11 boPs4 by this IMUI that a commerce city.Here r .
;*. iainpls'copy of 0. capor, .( which are located the steamship|docks transportation faculties can, of coarse, ,
,1 tanarsja are not oat. will la most I of the P> ft'0. Steamship Company be purchased for less The land Is an- will >ear comparison j with even tae ; Hand Wheels at your own price;

,' eases.. wm the prepuce tataaJsd .. whose lines are operated to Key,| West promising' 1 appearance to those accustom but I jf home mach And If you are J I '.

tar than a penoaal Isttsr. BpseUe ,. to Havana sad to Nassau Immense *! to the deep rich saris at a talc Judge yon wm.'admit van are
1*
wharves' eta, are being projected to other States being rocky sad sandy i I I.'' 1 -
:{ft tarnation may,lie'obtained by writing even better than mother's.; But you Lofton&E-
1IIcIw.a.4 yet! results CIa be obtained from It
pace
the
with
otter keep vastly :
:-b nay of the real MUU oc firms maritime' follow fir tit eoese of the returns realisedfror1the won be able to Judge, kaless you :
business that mast '
tats OB
whose advertisements appear la fertile give lour a trial.JQHN .
> the deepening ot the harbor work j more sections of thecountry I
'paper sad the best way to become fa- OB ..
; I
'
2 1,_y Millar vita local eoadlttoas. procrees.tadostries which to now actually progressing. An Fertiliser mast be used, but.I SEVBOLD .Opposite Post 'OffIce
,and .emrrent aappealan appropriation of $300.000 has beG secured the-returns more than Justify tae e=
t :Y : ; .
oJ penflltnro Involved.People I
from the for harbor I ;
wale sumo tag to this government STREET
Cjoaiemplatlai 12
of energy and industry are j I
Improvements, and the Florida
tecOoa, ls through reading; the Dally
,
East Coast Railroad U also pledged to heartily welcomed and the country
tae Metropolis tat formeref ,
weekly
ee Investigate
., development
: being practically Just begun Before hive
which win bo sent to any address expend a like amount Thus 1(00,000 81 e
there Is room for aU to reap tae is
purpose
to being used for this and
at the rate,of 1C 00 a year. fUC for now your r
benefits which must ensue as the result !
tart months the Weekly- Ursa *- It to a moral certainty hat further appropriations t
; and of such Gerelopment. Capital and : Wind Power
will be secured the Homo
"
-Mac ID&1I-.1Ior f IM a ;
I",... act paper here host profitable Investment; while I
harbor to la a condition commensurate I II ; _'"
!': vs. TBB art.or KUIIIi' with [its"Importance'from; a commercial Jab r"lI111 demand and well pall People'of I year; II I Has been adopted bj the best people of the country ae''

t Sprsac ort of tae'vOA..... me geographical and strategical moderate means who come here ; *tlmea awmsl cheapest power for raising water. Note the people who II
: standpoint-aa'Importance recognised art 4. ; te.lf,. I them, they could have steam, gun and hot air too if they w
-' years ago tae railroad having reechsjthis m'b makes I ed it. I handle the best mill made and make a specialty ot thl
I" point April II. ISM, Prior.to this by public men at tae national capital, '< bnaines:and with 'pump mechanism that I have justgranted be
my
while waiting for these to Into
] come
J time ono store, whose trade was prtaidpally and by all who will' study the location blaring READ 77 s SUN I j patent guarantee, to double the capaoti
of this port and Its relation to Insular engagr la trucking are, aM > value and fife of&IIylwind mm outfit. ,
:ti with)the Indiana, sad a few w. I 1 i Any infringements w:
without exception successful.Anil '
and Booth American commerce. to l < be prosecuted. ,
scattered families, sklng oat a prtear- \ .I That ffluatraUdpriotad WeIkITI : ,_ ,
costs less effort than
meets
nothing of the vast trade that pull ;
say
Iou livelihood by wrecking mal the !
I!' must spring Into existence upon the in jother parts of the country,) while la JaAaonrfll sad yj'
t, manufacture oily evidences ofcoontls, of civilisation.starch, wereme On completion ot the Panama* (jcanal.A !,then climatic conditions render out-door' I pubJlIW I C. H PERR Cocoanut Grove, Flor]

', glance at the mil will show the work! possible every day la the year I I .
Jaly IS Ins Miami wan Incorporate I .
as a.city furnishing perhaps the only most'!, carnal, observer the possibilitiesthe I wi&jthe health benefits of such I alt I

j Instance oa.record la which a, fall future holds for the Magic City 'time open-air life thrown in. At the same I, A. K. Taylor. i H Sale ofCarriage

,, >Zedged city came Into sisteaa'with- SCHOOLS AND' CHVRCHESMiam1 t. people who are OJ'Inclhealth j

"', eat first having bees a town. Threehundred has one of the best public ,ani moderate success In their present the cartoons: and all the .
state..emllracmC both at *,had better stay where they are.
schools the
In
registered voters are required tt'' i other picture.
!
reasons
:. t.tt1uie community to be calleda the common>> and nigh school courses. T should be weighty to In- -
lo
; r will .flui, !nee anyone to make a move pr such
city leas than that number constituting The buildings are large and ventilated and
I' Importance People who baT-made !
:town At a"meeting held for' and, there to a competent corps Claude 'Engle I'
I
: elsewhere ..
the' purpose of Incorporation, three of teachers A Catholic convent sec flljtafes are act like' to
vefyjiucce
/ | none-in the State Is in full acre. Intelligence and
sad one-half ,months after the first ond to indu In .dltorial pangnp ?
> Instructions to loth ,try are as essential to good fortjiejhere pungent
operation giving ,
rotes were
f.: train reached Miami S44
; after the things that
sexes There are also private schools, as In any other part; of the look* Workhorses
tact.' The phenomenal growth of this globe need ..uentioD.
musical school
,
and art
conservatory
a
t. early period has been sustained
I I tIY It Is desired to engage la general
that educational need
throughout the elgat years of the city'sWatery. so every maybe
11\ supplied There are about!, thirtyflourishing farming In the raising of,wheat. corn. W BRIGHT PAOXATINCLTCurm .". 1(

: tp. .I POPULATION, era schools" 'la .this county, .or I oats, peaches apples grapes or
\ other products of the temperate I' '
zone .
> | denomlnatln
} representec I
at resident Every.rellglons
; Miami has present a popoe1atfoa \ "
on* must cast his lot some hundreds of I .
aid the following have .
of between 4,001 and MOO. lathe !
# Sun :
rilei to the north, and the cold That tna
accept
: winter months inks.population Is handsome church: buildings: Presbyterian fine'
augmented by the addition of thousands ; Episcopalian' Catniilc., '|M. E !1 thAtjJs part of the legacy of' lands I have received a car of 'Ij

'of visitors,'mostly of the wealthiest Church> ,, M. E. Church South' and '[where'these things can be aroYL U ou pay to read|this paper 701 horses land' interested '
Neither Is this a stock raising country. anyone
classes'who com to enjoy the Baptist can read Ta SUM too. j $
PRODUCTSTIie There is a "no fence law" which laa insect
# 'Ideal climate sad the ftaest ashmg ta SOILS'AND principal Industry In'tbL section I[react boon to the settler ot limited, rmwr Exntk. Exraxsi.Aik I can them at my stable "{
the world.: To accommodate these '
!la the of fruits aaJ winter meats, and there is very little lire I
are hotels growing :
visitors there numerous writ and 1
It&t u tar *u
vegetables.for the Northern mar- In the country Oa the other .
and boarding bodes principal amongwhich
.
la a. If it is desired to In the .
Tomatoes form the staple crop engage
to the stately Hotel Royal Palm ketsj-
r sad the grand new Halcyon HsObothBoanmeats but there are large quantities of other culture of citrus fruits, pineapples, varjonii I.! *ill tell you Low. L.L M-cNei

'la size: ciu4eur'1.1I4. aceomaiodating : vegetables, grown such as tomatoes j tropical or semi-tropical fruits .
I # 'trowing of'vegetaoles at the
facilities egg plant peppers.beans etc. The ..sea I
The population cosmopolitan, ey.1 planting season extends front! about son tor: the year when all other partsof need to send to Jacksonville oretsekhere I I .
: tie ,the country are in the grip'of win for welding Invitations, announcements fifteenth
15 and > bulk
every state lathe Union furnishing Its October; 1 to January .1 r Street, West,of Avenue D. "
.
a section offers deci4e.! adTant- or fancy stationery. The
toots of representatives..: An unJe- of the shipments are sent North from .
'C
er any" other portion] of the Metropolis Is prepared to do this work !
November until although. there
May
4 arable foreign element to unknown. Iff'rla
CLIMATE: being, practically no' difference I In the V States. !I II II t guarantee 1e very latest yon style.satisfaction.Atlantic We are. here a Miami i, -, Fla...

Y Writing from; penonal' experience. seasons! seeds may be planted for vegetables I .

I 'after visiting California and othei seeclam' gathered any day in the year. -- -- ,

.here'eUJUtic conditions are Vegetables1 are grown..asnaIly 011 the ( -

considered at their beat:.we can unhetfcatlngy"sayvthat prairie hands, which are' free fron '

fi ,perfect',winter climate Miami 1ft has the the United most mal'timber.:.. and are composed' 1Fruits of ajklnd 1 of ;IdY SFBCI LTY j IH. F. Scrums s Vic, Co.

States CoM Is almost unknown, even are grown on pine) landi, I .

'tae slightest: frost being verytaie.. whib are .slightly! higher than the P um ing, Steam }

r-g The f warmth of summer to tempered pra: lei, and In this section. very rocky
I
4 by the".cooling breeees .from the At. TII1r: rock Is a peculiar coral formation j and Gas Fitting

w Untie, and the i!highest temperature con alning a great deal of plant food,

.recorded by the government thermometer as evidenced: by the fact that In many rue 1 ro sc. Nr. !I PLUMBERS SUPPLIES 'ETC..
during the summer months to 98. plscesorutge and other fruit trees'are ,
HEALTH to pe |keen. bearing thriftily i! thoughappaibatlr i .I t tI
.. ,
1 I 816 Avenue D : : : Miami. Fla!
The c=ry.ranks among the frst'In I standing on a solid pate j. t tI.

tae United States la point of health of $ihls'rockBeing!' of a porous< orey'eombed' I.
I
There Is entire freedom from malaria. !, structure the roots of -

and there are no "preraUlag diseases.** the!trees, are enabled to penetrate' It C ast 'Line f + a

Those ailments which are common )o and draw ample sustenance from what ;

an parts of the country seem to be w old. appear to be a very unpromising TUROUGU SC EDULE M. J L Yarborough

acre robbed la part,of their power as lOW. This rock, by the way

: they usually- appear la a mild form makes a beautiful and durable building Florida, Georgia, Alabama, \ irginia North.Catolinaand

and rarely leave the bad effects which material' and the new court .1 South Carolina i Contractor and Builder
; '
follow jail, as wen as several ,
In the, waked like diseases 1.1I1 bau"l
The 6jorida Travel between
4; .vlsewhere' Scarlet ferer and ,diphtheria In the city, built of this It great Highway. I Bni ider of the Palm Beach tote!

are unknown, .whfe> typhoid much admired by all visitors. j It also "

fever Is'rarely heard of.: It to a desirable makes the !finest road material In the I : House Moving a Specialty
F and the East and iVest. North and South
ti place for. those suffering from world,and Dade county leads ail others -

bag troubles, asthma catarrh and :!In the,State In mileage and condition I Miami Florida

similar diseases which are prevalent; of her highways. 1' _

tncolder climates Many persons affected The : fruits cultivated are chieflygrapefruit
Couvenieot, Service ttlfgiat,) Paiiman K iip.neut., .dSjflll urec Ututiif Oa
with these l.1a have come here oranges and 'plneapplea I

and hare been cured or greatly-benefitte guni. mangoes avocado' pears and DUNHAM THE CANO>


la every Instance 'eope"dle here asthey Indigenous! to the country they thrive Celebrated l V FLORIDA) ANIMOXTdq WEST INI "LIMITED Miami

,,,... do everywhere else, No country with: little or no cultivation Citrus Trains j MEK.Y, L. ANDIA N.COXVES1K Decorating Compa

has yet been discovered where peopleare trees will require from three to five JI J Jr

Immune from 'deaii and diseaseAt years biter planting to produce fruit. I 4--- '; -, House Md Siga'P

*he"lime 'lIETl1l UJTltA''ELI I : I

,till',. said that the conditions tending somewhat resembling the cactus, and Mantic CoastLine. one tboumnil c1itP tic -t. ,c.....l user t..U.IO miir of rail-
V> general healthfulness are as favorable which are' propagated by setting slips fuad j embracing all portion a( in' wutb, ,'i .all= : at all \irtcijal' BKi>ci as IB any'section'of the country, or rsnckerz, bear fruit In 1SJ: months rate or$23 eaeb. Limited to Jn<* jVar fri n| date vf forirtiaKif. tar lull roniPijilmau -
p'antlrg section plete and reliable inforraatiuq r..cardin.c'r trs.sebe rule,, .rrvic ,eU. .
and far more so than IB most after In this, they
; Write '
THE CITY'S' Fl'TUKS i ar4 grown" the' pell-there being no f'rient C. BnyUton, Dist PUl.\fll.. w. D. Stark.Trs .Un sPas* Am reaper; Hanging and...K21somlnlngAg '

.c Miami possesses,all modern cmirmI I,!p
I 8saosa ot ctmisattoa,as electric Ugata,.:there'to thus a saving:,of about SSM [;; ,)V.. Emerton Traffic<< Manajtrr J ',W J.Craig(; '! P! ....pjf... Apt '"
-1" "' / ; for: z !imats.' : :Office, ]1 3 1 5 Aveaa"


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