The Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 13, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075058
oclc - 31626392
notis - AKR3413
lccn - sn 96027198
System ID: UF00076100:00083
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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Did* County. JANUARY 13 1905 TWELVE PAGE
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tJOR" :'. SEASON IN ITS PLACE'.THERE WILL BE I iPeopl I !ion the Hj r JJ Streets Applauded: -i in, Them fMiamiTrans.:! TO WITHDRAW DEPOSITS FROM I I E i ....h1m1!

1 t fer Co.( Kindly Furnished Horses for the Practice. NEW YORK-BANK CLAIMS TO General Freight and Passenger
..to',. nl' I I Iii IiiI' I I Agent Killed.
Beception '
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w "\ I Chief Ulan Hard& is justly: proud of r when tb. time arr' -ed there were thirj'I ,

:A Last Evening. j I his fire !1 d.lil'B. |III.j jj[ < I ty men absent, al -asjr for the work) -I rutia1 i1g11 ,

TUre* made;!
t I runs wer with the fullapparatus

--- I Although the movement has been on j deThe : and )4' writers !I r I down 1 welfth street Th4worl New York, Jai 12.-Throughout a ENGINEER AND FIREMEN SERIOUSLY -

..NY. '.HOME FOLKS WERE PRES- partment dt fore can I !3j-eras/ so exc ptionally line, thai freezing rain last] night many depositors t
.. for several months, plans are jnst now IniervIE'1I's 'vt bther SCALDED AND PORER t
AND I give newspapers ; people long; the i Idewalks applauder) waited ar the doors of the State '

NT;- AND. THE EXENT 'lENF being made whereby! Miami is to have fend peoplegoing; rag alarm Is given I I the finjmen; as they, returned. iron[ Bank on Grand. street to wthdraw de- fATALLY INJURER-WRECK

EASURE THOROUGHLY a lodge of Elks. All obstacles have 's I, each
by the streets firing run. The horses used were kin
9YED. \ been overcome and about all remain pistols' in th!Ja r. The men who ''I ly furnished' by ''he Miami Transfer For two days r rest frghtened Hebrews I -

lijg to perfect the organization Is to have connected themselves: with the Company.Thfe f I of the East Sde have been en- I II -

'I secure the charter and organize the department haveddbe|| so with the ]present co idition-a -ondlUon gaged In a frenzied rush to withdraw .

lodge. intention that Miami's volunteer' fire which really, wou d be a ere lit ever deposits In the bank. When the bank koboe, Jan. 1%.-The
1 department shallibe second to none. after three mont is-Is due to those passenger
, ..e' ninth annual opening of the This was brought about by the recent It Is greatly toh'eir( credit", that so at the [head ,of th department and teach > opened to more today than two hc{[crowd hundred had Increased train northbound an the ),Mobile Jackson

1 Palm Hotel. last night was i i:bar.u .. visit to Miami of Grand Exalted much interest uAianifested.];; Chief 1 I Individual m< mber. whom four-fifths ,!were women.persons of t Kansas City Ry. which left here -'

more than 'I'1I1th the usual Ruler O'Brien, who was waited on by Hardie 'is doing tjg part toward I Nex' Tuesday night: a fire will be The detail of pblce atj 7 o'clock last evening ran Into a
keep-I on duty at the In- washout four
and dlsplte. the fact that dl!dls- a delegation of the promoters of the Ing the interestust: where It ,' kindled on a val nt lot near the Metropolis stitution all night was replaced by : Miss miles south of Beau
mont. and
itin' chi1ing lodge, and assured that Miami has a Increasing It. every citizen should I' office, anil the alarm will besousMejd. fresh this .train was over
bin attended by ,a I l men morning. About $85.- turned.. c
' ? white population .)t five thousand persons join himin! ;: thls.i | ( The firemen will then givea 000 withdrawn
[from the'bay started. about the were yesterday, but the General freight and
'' I the number required In a place It was anaonbtad thai a practice I l ,ra tlClIl demonstraUon, of their bank declares It! passenger agent
of is to withstand
assembling of the
gueetand! Uj B. who
'uned at Intervals daring the even-1 before a charter can be [secured.. In drill would be Held! last night, and I I qnS.-.-.' i 'Ig.tYACHTSMEN I the run no matter how long it engine, was instantly was killed riding while oil Englneer the- et

fact Mr. O'Brien was given a certificate ,
representative citizens'quite continues.
a crowd of
Crawford and Fireman
number of .'were to that effect by Mr.' Parrish, BRUTAL M6RO FIEND ARE READY. I' I Young f
a visitors -- colored, were seriously scalded, and x
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compiler of the Miami Directory. 'MrO'Brien : ,
; enjoyed ,
and the hoei>ltaUtlesi Jars have been the porter of the train
To Subscribe Liberally to the Motorboat voluntarily subscribed, was fatally In*
i.house. _which on' this occasion, expressed himself as satisfied ATTEMPT : and the belief la jured. '
; S ASSAULT 1 Races Here. expressed that there
of this fact, and assured the promoters, I
I any of a like nature will be no trouble whatever In raising |Mr Salina was riding on the engine
that the charter will be granted. si<
dng Its career. || Commodore Re Dine,jjfco Is one Of a thousand dollars or more just as for the purpose of Inspecting the mmad
these factsthe Tuxedo
'F fipadonil house was approprl7 Acting upon I' ; mi/ : the moat enthusli stlc yachtsmen making -I', noon as the promoters are In a position He was prominent Jn railroad
Club, a social organization-which UPON !!\VIFE Oirl; MIAMI ,MCHANICAT
decora ted and ornament for has existed in this for several | Miami his wl iter headquarters, Istakingl to announce*that the races will be circles( and was formerly with the s'
occasion ; I I
with fern and
potted I ,
all possibl 9 interest In the proposed here. Ry. The wreck was due to f
magnificent years, and whose members almost as -ENRAGED HUSBAND
b.i which, with the ; rain r '
motorboa here, and yesterday which undermined
an entirety have signified their Intention LEFTiFOR:; ThAT PLACt", TODAY. Mangan
things .
and brilliant! lllujpintt- .
of becoming members of the br : gTsttsj.that, the cnly thing remaining the track The train was rue

lent enchantment and. amide!! last disbanded for the events U be pulled off is for relative to the matter, but when such ning at 30 miles an hou rwhen the acctI -
new lodge, met night and
,'-.cene.' Manager Merrill. t'ssiati ,I Ior : or In other words resolved themselves The l acksonvllle) >Metropolis of Tuesday tfi&e .Interesting themselves to be assured InformatIon, if favorable. Is received flout occurred. '
i, efficient and courteous I ( the will here.! the local advocates of
iuado Into what win become the B. contains fallowing account of that boats come the races wU ,

i mingled with the crowd and I\ O. E. Ldg of Miami: an asai lilt upon, a;y lite woman of that The| local promoters of the racelRb.te get down to work and prepare for a IBerlin j Jan. 12.-The application fora

i, feel.welcome arid .at case. ;FuHy This club carted with It nothing but city, whose husband is 'employed In that the plan ts to have seven series of the moat elaborate water Russian loan Is so Urge that the subscription

'of hundred persons wore tiiiie present, social features,. and was one of' the Miami.) If t t e eptar';' suitable prizes! to be offered events of this kind ever held In America list cloned Immediately after y ?
whom their filet at-
for I< prominent factors In the entertaining "About 12 o'clock last night Mrs. In each. Alread! !several hundred dol- !i It opened today. oe
such a iaactlon'wblle hose I ,
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had been there before appreciateJ and pleasure afforded In MlamL Its Mamie] Wright,|presiding with her -j : i ;

, 'man the ttvors exu-ude-jj and disorganization will be regretted by young ton, Freda.c No. 67 Leila street

'. many, but It is believed 'by the men discovered! a negro man :in her room,
1anrr enJijeJ. 1t1K t happyemthuiasU4
the Elks will be Influential whom she alle# crim-
a"s hen that more attempted a
1 gathering and the
substantial and ,beneficial to inal assault upon )ler. The Intruderwas

i'and tyrotthq; acquaintances participants a marked|[were the city. frightened aj w iy by the woman's I have Secreffo Impart to

;Gt..sociability such as seldom Application for the cbarter'wm be son, and she Immediately left to Inform you

i such throngs prevailed made to the grand lodge at once and It : the police It headquarters of theoccurrence.

,leY after 7 o'.clocit' the Is expected that within sixty days the I| .'

of' the'great dining room|[were' Elks lodge will have been organized. At the police];} tatlon Mrs. Wright ," k
Invited'ln stated ;that be negro was Idenlfled by I
open and the guests IJ' .
her son as Ben < been. who lives In the J'"I "'
The spread.-was elaborate
GAYIli IN TRAININGfORSWIMMIN6' vicinity of her She that i I
wu'ierred In several courses by [ ipoffle. says .
and efficient corps of waters, Green forced any to her room it Hiltl
doorj and she awak II ;
i Merrill, personally supervise : :; MATCH through'the was "

; sane and seeing that nothing ened'brfeellDg: otls hand;on her body. i j
When she'awoka;the saw him stand-
I left Mdone In the serving of hose !
" Ing by'}1he'sid it her bed. She
with thelr .
'graced the\'oecaslori | Percy Cavllle, the Australian champion
screamed and his i awoke her son,
The menu was as follows r In ..
of the
swimmer charge Royal
'" who jumped f bed In time to
Canape of Caviar Palm casino, today began active trainIng see Green leav"Policeman the j j room.t I
e, Sweet p cues for his match with Joe Nuttall.. the "' r baboon I J
S the
;4. m went to ,
'Consomme jardiniere it 3 P* / r ,
world's champion swimmer, for the ,
scene land Investigated the matter.
led redraapper. Maitre DTJotel title, which event Is scheduled to take; v | ,I.
Then he t but hewas
went Teen s4home. I CONFIDENTIAL
pets Julienne potatoes STRICTLY I
; place here during the present season, not there. Ke'relurned this morn-

jFllet" of beet Bordelaisep. and which promises to; be an event Ing'about t .7 o'ctock a.n4| waa. placed ,
Claret punch of more than usual Interest la the krest. Justice I
under Wlilard gave the ,
Boast.Philadelphia. squabLettuce aquatic scheduled .J -
and varied sports ,
many .
salad prisoner: a hearjngt toclaTj.and committed ;,
ear* to take place here within the : .
him to thel tdunty Jail to await
tan ice cream Toasted Assorted crackers cake next few weeks. trial. Green lal'| well known character 1 WILL TELL :YOU, ON THE QUIET: WHERE YOU CAN: SU THE NEW

lord cheese Caville stated today that the event to the polls Kand has been arrested 1905 SPRING :WEARING APPAREL j ;
frem dinner the guests| will take place on or about February 'maD,'timesi| R"MnijWrishtt.a* IT IS BY FAR THE LARGESTAND! MOST BEAUTIFUL LINE OF '
20, and will be for one mile with a
assembled la the rotunda f>f the aide ? ( poor but respectable GOODS THATJWAS; EVER SHOWN IN THE SOUTH. #t
wager of 1500.00 a and the gate $ie saysj her husband I J 3. .
where the Biscayne' Orchestra, letter woman. YOU WILL SEE IN THIS LINE, THE NEW 1905 "D NLAP" STRAW
He has received
Just a
receipts. la employed at Miami, and she expects
hotel I
t absence of the regular orwhlcb from Nutun stating that he will leave this HATS; THE LATEST IMPORTATIONS OF RAW HATS FROM PARIS.
has not ret arrived from him home on a Visit week"An ; ,
select muste and .
rendered :
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the closing hours if the come direct here to do his preparatory effort waitrotas to locate Wright LANG, MADE 'OF TROPICAL WORSTEDS. FLANNEL8J AND SERGES.
up work. The event will take place In the
The ban room was cleared this morning. jJbJuC! ( he could not be THE LATEST. THINGS IN SHIRTS MADE IN SUCH WELL KNOWN
Royal Palm asino, and Caville is confident Ve- I "
'many of the younger couplet pro In his belief that he will be found. (JA crpeoYe-( named Jordan, LEADING BRANDS' AS WILSON' BROS. CLUETT MONARCH AND '
the light fantasia to centlyrrived |ere from Jacksonville, '
peed away champion who, ls STAR. I
able to defeat the | ,
""music, and> under the refiee- claim -to tao*| )Vrlght, and stated
pink and variegated one of the toughest 'propositions in the that. le left for!; home this morning MADE UP IN ALL THE NEWJMATERIALS, AND BEAUTIFUL PAT -

showed(.many to an attractive and Inadvantage. swimming line that a fellow ever went swearing] vengeance on the brulte who TERNS OF SUCH.; GOODS AS MOSAIC MADRAS, END AND f END MADRAS &

.; At a late b4 rr the against attempted sucbJi jrowardly assault on CREPE MESH. MERCERIZED. PONGEE WHITE OXFORDS, IRISH I

features and reception i ttend- Cavllle's course of training will con- his urira< slut of a dally row of several miles on I"
- 'opening famous Royal I ,
of the
r the the bay, running, swimming! gymnastic f'THEIR YOU WILL SEE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL LINE OF NECKWEAR EVER
came to an end, and the eats T .
[ exercise and other course of training : i it IMPORTED. :! '
'sd1 well satisfied and wish-. i J
jfor Manager Merrill and the house, that will Increase his 8tren .th'an-d Bake A HomrfSue C. A. Dickerson I THE LINE OF MEN'S AND LADIES'; SHOES, FOR WALKING, FOR '
wind. c4.
A 2500.
,ithe season of 1903 may a the, j I For OUpNG; FOR, DRESS AND EVENING WEAR IS BY FAR THE: MOST rt

prosperous and succesi ful In BATS SUCCEEDS HIMSELF.. ; All I Thursdf! -' session of the COMPLETE AND EXQUISITE EVER SHOWN. THE LINE, OF LADIES' ,

'careerus c -I clrculdeavor 1'occupied In an' en| t t SLIPPERS AND OXFORDS IN NEW BROWN TAN, AND CHAMPAGNE y

the opening of the Royal Palm. N hvjlle. Jan. 11.-In the joint session Ito seen jury to try the'.. I J COLORS IS THE EUE THE OF PERFECTION.!I

'ti ninth successive time, cai le and .of the General Assembly today, sumpi i It damag,( ';ult in the sum of BUCKWHITE CANVASS'AND
has the event occurnder -
t. and never William D. Bates Was chosen to succeed 12.500 of Bake frolics, of Jackson- '
: "more promising at spices States Senator. SHOES IS THE LARGEST EVEN SHOWN., j
hip self as United ii-C A. ersori & Co. of Mlrllle j
respects of a great season, i a fact, from Tennessee. The Republican vote' amL I I NOW KEEPl'THIS SECRET YOURSELF, BUT DOJ! NOT FAIL TO

i predicted that the present iea on was for Congressman Brownlow.J. All.of| the jj lar panel of jurorswas 'STOP AT SEWELL'S AND SEE THESE BEAUTIFUL !I CREATIONS IN '
eclipse that of any and all previ ... I i: n
venire '
'exhausted! |i:fd a special WEARING APPAREL. "
yre.rs In the history ofthe h W. McClellan, night clerk; J. S. of ftord summoned by Judge
Manager Merrill wilt have wl h him',; Freeling. manager's ecretary'p. F.! Jones ,returna 'at 2 o'clock this afternoon. 1:, I ,

t season an assistants praticaHy- Caville. .swimming Instructor; Joe I. The c It' Is Instituted, tore-

> same trained and experien ed ho Mitchell, golf Instructor; P. C. SIcalle,, cover, pay| for nercnai.dlse sold the
been with ilm In J hnSewell&Bro.! *
men steward; Mrs. Wolff" housekeeper;:; defendant IIby pla+nti a. M. D. i
'past, and who are too well known Ida Perkins second i
Mrs. housekeeper; Price|,Is attornr r for plaintiff i, and G.
[ comment They are WflH. P. S. sheridan, wine 'steward; Mrs.i'! A. Wpj-Iey for] efendaita. The jury H I

McAuhffe. room* clerk; C.W. Ro- Mackll entertainer Mr. chef bfe ecure4J) I *;
; Surdez. ; will probably this afternoon SewfJ Shoe Storr. I| SeweR's Clothing Store. ScwcH $ JtHorutq rilaloCd.-ar..
'caahlu Vf. F. Bathrlck ,book
; M..R. dock EtA. Wat ca.e' "
Kellnm master; and the to trial In the morn- ; !
; ., Simpson, mall clerk; 'I 1
son, manager Soldier Key Club House.: 'In&'- I, I .
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TRUE THE METROPOLIS r"t "saag' from the th..r-l 1 arotjlo, abolish' the ;r entireJJ- OCCOOOOCX

p J MIAMI METROPOLIS1U 'llf 'ho di'col': at Alan sends! fraught! with th<.'danger bf cruel tnjsati r- '

A Letter Expressing, Appreciation jfor t t.n edmfort all t.i3- mend! - | Contractors :
h Property Owners
What Will be Done. a a ,
f Bbljibe Every Friday in the Metropolis liil' rtxvii\iie only conilomnxtin, but for the j :
Building. ,' I hat ois.vi at Alan ;a.o ; far : ,ilLust i it may be ioip lb-d bj sternneeeIsity
Following is the copy of a Utjter to the who made aU gr } to prevent (l.t. Intolerable If Jin: dPn't'ant to SAVE MONEY, '
has S. ola DM* SnTrt: 1 a e '''' 'liclp' >ou If ilo. f
1 t B.B. lifan. "hkhOas received by the M- tropjilis yo. conic to
: or l I >t. Jan.' I The miami Printlig Company. this morning from Boca Ratoue: I Is I 1 'tae (happiness or the t eVS !lot anarc'y. '!'(tltlprll"'E'rtn

1: "The Miami Metropolis:-We ore I lad I 1e1) tit 0111.:111: uv..n the trlbutn : lo 'Jils step, lici iwrtjaps' MO:! Must : The J. A. McDonald Co. :
# .Entered In the Foe .thce' at ':'liarnl.F'la to note that adthoogh the contract 5 Chinn the I I .
i sere t. part. by U'ln Ad.1 do ;* init* day.t'r)" IwcI'wc'n: h'i'lI.1II I
froN.nd ass 1l181"'p. the printing has l.eei.jlet A SI i HUT .
a.! for county tmr Ii i'0'4:() I aIJr.-s>4 as not marelp (' ten to prevent I1)( e'll t uwrplri YOL'R
to another paper. theMetropclis Fell) an t I llrr 'e t'n.n'al. It wax! a h anno'l r'd of now I c :
'' The most St.uthetn newspaper pUb : continue to 'ruisli; this InrurmttioJto: 415rnt tIo( the pints of= the rave 1 : I Long Leaf Yellow Pine

} lyhf; on the main! nd of the trniteihales. .for public is, rt-rofore: ,'i d..a rtm oa,1e lit rhf' tle"l- who CIuld E WON"-BE CtSbRACED

A ne\;";uix, .r always n\v:<-eciates I thou '4r.cevjlto? :hem InfJrmatlcJr ofthl I It'h : I Prattling at $16 per M. ;

Bah froia its real tll, i'1, e 'annourmcemelr: teSl General
expnisions bird neon: a'eoml'lI' tied
. :. . . . .I= WI ; -Boards t '
On :roar 1'es, the fv'ttropo'is may be dt Iwndednn anif. te esf'f'tin ahich they "lh1 St )e a. t. the Irole daf cder of Fort same : : \\ c also sell l. me. Brick [ kinds],
mouths. . . . . I HlI'n'III" 4
Six: t 0 il$ sutisrnhers all lie T.J Ju > their '11In:; comrade l an", Ari 1Ir.; has h..n ord"r .1, .or wld tJeornf'f.t 1 3< ::-nt Sash. Dor s. \.i uldmgs and \\ hateverelseaprxe.
,t\'UIIlt! Nlll eltcive
paying In \\hl''I! / V t>f Interest to themjEa cull y n-n. It was a. rntssatto I to stand trial for tOO snrrtnderof u.llrr; requires It: Icest s..il.le figure.
subs Il1lion for $1 .11. I ImHtPr I \ :
a yt'ar's for i;;
monlbs' ru .nl'lion
and ,11 miht str ul re't-rding the pu>>ac orf' .h, that It diet, not reach t' lun ally and properly otts'> '1 revere i .

ce Iii This! IS II litw a1 di..rount to in any olh.. Wind of.prictins! j I :i l' 11'EiOYS oral. 'j"01 In every quay fir. I r Yon I low Where Wp AM 14th Street Miami Fla.i'

duce strictly advaR: IUI'm'nl If you .3 ;* !H he Metropolis !J-: rill : ON THE FARM. It .ems a l-Ilhlllhuon In any event, 10 .
-: COMPARATIVE DIST.wC S.- be correct I '. I' I = .
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J -- ------1 tom 1 I prom i r| I a lenptlu article la the S| >uth : .: l'.1-ahle commando bonRle a :t -- i
Yon ; t.-.In t kry' A HAR3Y ORANGE TREE. j er It orator, relative to hoysk\ ;" '1 !dance flat silt It'te In history ; i- F. W. HAHN TArchitdct
IMlaml wea -
I amp. ,
i In : farm, the fo'lowingI la o in 'hll (1)1I ht ulI'i1 all bfpe aadall :I I
1 i ilr lilies'r2 Develop Will live I t ,'tin uf \ldor 41 '' .
:! : Experts One Which ter 4 lI r rt ) Ila,1| |, aril until
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1 Melt.-rj s1riut.aru. Zero Temperature. IIAu is constant t'mal1t f.r ro' Host stnillix* anti dtacting honorhave
B.". 112 :, :rub I FotJe. a :. and Builder-
...... ....... ..' Nr t 101 I 117reuaaodel'nla..G 'linen i '11''.' : lfn salis-fl4d andr longer .
...... aSY fIUI' alayr ors"."* ti"e !that will tfuivlaiitr ,In joubf to, take places on fSI misapp.tr
1. Hart.eII; ....... eu I $7.. I Ml I Il a tit'ii crrliml-rirs, "u.1 'nth inn insiipratlou of h' n'nr I7'aould;: ,
if It ru.lonorlh 1 of 11- 'rta, t 11011;,\ 1'1 r m ploy one of the best,
l W11M1are: C.-I.f'.......... ItU. r1 Itot- I has )r; -' ',e*>r developed th'p' J..t that are node who want the III re4 Just blint It is in KJ-epm.i ..lth a ur.ifl-in. in t1': -uth. ami am better

: CHfuII..la'Csye 0..11 Alitool.1 .6:1 ,I 66i 512eaa expert. if Ih' iKvuitment cf AtrrHire. 'ul. 1 Ua&received| letters d'JrlDg tbN 1 1I pa i |l'lint ('HlalnlhtuM KmsUn. rfiilatiori, ;>rt |k.irnl t tau <. ,'r for furni..htnpia...,. t
Ju..uu..... .tlol 1M2 v67tsss.ataaasma I youngl I wh i h is quo always Wise and lot.li. .
". I II :s she result rf <-rlls'l.W! the ten! IJ ijslmqviirlns i for ijmen. !! a one t ': -ml biiiidins'fine cabi-
.. I... .... j I (; >nori l i Stoussel '4 fear Tiit\\k.: 5 I. .
i 1..01..1 .1 114 Japane Lice with the best of the an-f'o feripaj (inducements that f ugt.t re( no coa-:: : A am now headquarter ,
.. the to' stinnmrt enough to get Iheindhlgno. J \'lcI'i-n' or pnuUhmtnt.' H' will not: fur turned work scroll.awing; and'all
\ariotlcs. For s:>i time ,
Florida e
j FRIDAY, JANUARY: 13, 1905.- j be alU-I that "t.rk II-II .lIT done in a FIRST CLASS .
jj l departure t rr "p ts have, r'''911 ted I kno'v, howe\er. of aiiyl one 'i l pr case to of Gcne.- .
--j ': an-l' jpa l to i.rlie tack that I did Total theme soldier( who commanilej I Mlantn-r milL J'
The (('Dowho ll trrlng t) Invent :I ('Jperlmel.u> *uh a view to Uuwni: aji < boi.Itrouble I
whichrsill l orange tree that will survive the ( -
an automobile run o>i water called
Flartdl -jlearn I hO10 do things pud it i"onIj and 11'/10/ was home ctntrtjiiartjiltd ,
boa ,
L ought to step back} into some corner!' parativelyhcrd, winters of }i1n \" frames! ballusters'Ibraeket'(
'I_recent or the climate of localities : |hose silo do know how, that are ', ;: and dis{racetf' heiauho he etc
and ask himself whit a steamboat is. (Announcement in tleniand decent 'If our'boyspersist did ;,pot at' ji u|>o88iUe. orbs and be convinced MIAMI: -
'j I I even 'rorth of that State. j' ,, a pay. : surrendered4 FLA :
In neglecting to master l '<'jiuse be It wa cruel : I, .
: is now made that some ,
A minister up in Jacksonville, has they cali1 ng* Isar I injustice I Wi the part an urwalefnlnaUon. I y.F
have been successful. ; and *.o on from year to Inidleness o.lj ..
used a sledge-hammer for "hi.'ting the I 'I !
can only expect to receive .
11&11'. aid The variety, it Is asserted, j will they
the read, gave utterance new the pay that goes to any Other t' r\.ra. that gallant oM Spaniard, f '
Wtile. remark, "Th way to spell sin live in a temperature G degrees blow I... tef. Exert service is. wuatjls inl I vthom' ate the world >up cUt M4 ap. F
'' Is .- -l-L" zero, although it will not bear fruit {' '. t''
predated for his gentleness and bravery -
n demand and only this kind need ex- '
of Florida hare
I I The planters pet| make any raise lu- k&j world.Hewers' I sought to escape', saWed forthIn
That poor littleM 1 orphan south of great loss at times on account ofj the, I f
t of weal and drawers of tb face of the enemy and had his
Cuba known a$ t e Isle of Pines,I frost losing not only the years prop : til on a! level. Learn Jo do :something rater i fleet shot to piecw by !ib vnequaled8chly
q seems far less concerned over who on occasions, but the trees u 1re1LWith
and thus rise above the common : and his men. He was receivedat
shall be her tester] mother, than do the introduction of tho Japan-
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level I do hot mean that you skoulddeip home as a hero, wht Total VMdiujrraced.
other countries. She Is resting serenely I _Florida variety the trees maybe surrendered
8towl! and
) labor. Latar U honorable and .
and enriching her population saved neD when climatic conditions sure of accompUsh- la lo be coartaiarUaUd: for his act I ..
Is thejonly: means :
such as'to' them from bearmg. : ,4
a'eweptpers : )
discussing are
while American are
mot;anything; but labor should be used The object is. to develop In such casesproof !"I I "-
T her at length.. : : sktllfully and Intel'iRently. The nn- whether or not the conduct was FOR RENT: 10 tarnished houses of4 to 10 room at- $606::; : .'". .

: :4 Most of, the thorobred cattle in! this t '!iqe farm| laborer receives In' GeorJ132 Justifiable i> to $125 each for the Tourist Reason. 20 fnrn-

i Southern people Jlare wondering if I country are" the result of a process I II of \1 \It :: per year for his, ser- As is known iK-furehand.. the proofIn ii I-hed rooms at five dollars to $Ifl per week.. ,
selection an.l crossing of breeds. {, The I ....
that Atlanta newspaper correspondent I j I' \1 ea.. .r The trained machinist who resjjj .1 fieneral Stoeswl's will amply show FOR A varlet of city residences at ..r"l1$600 to
has received ai*! checks from the same process baa been the had he was justifiable: in his act. Any SALE
a- yet. T, government ce j r" iiiuth per month. There are : ( $4000. Vacant lots $15; to $5nA welt ,
many :Northern pamrs which he duped plant world and the : experts practlcallJiiyt, traiuej farmers in..I other decision but thIs would meet improved farm of of 170 acres near Miami; all lt era II* all around prop* 'f

about the Georgia I farmersburning are'developing': strong r.nd bet Ge'}+;e8.: ". 'I :J. with a world's opposition and unlveral crties. This we will divide up for a settlement 10 families together..We ""
their cotton. Th>y are witlsflM of one ter varieties of fruits, their most iotaHe jit II --r---- j I.I '!Irondemnatton.H hayeorang-e and grapefruit groves all kind. of unproved and unimproved i.--

rr' ., ..thing, and that Is ie has checkmated achievement\ being the htnJ'lor-t AT-r PARDONING POWER :, -o-. ; land.suitable for fruit...tru\king and farintn'. AH i>f these' at the.OW.NKR'S .
tree-New York Sun. : Ilir I THQUGHT LOWEST TERMS: : funeral conditions govern pricei. ','
Sotfih .
r+ himself in the as a correspondent 1 'i AND DISEASE.f .
J I II nll: : .1'I i ;
II I S Suggestions Are Offered by the f i' """" C. C. Carroll & F. W. Amason
i INTENSIVE FARMING' Thousands of people I actually think ,

't .The ln .price of diamonds I r .!| themselves to death very year by Successors to C. C. Carnill.. Office 214 A.e. D. North near 3rd Street' K","
from 4
does DOt affect the newspapers The folo Ing the Tampa Times the' Blowing their minds to] dwell on morbid

throughout the eodntry near so mucha I makes some rather startling compar Stile press to deal with the Par'Ion :I ,subjects. j OOCXXXXOOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXJOOOOOOCThe
il* f{ !and offer aug tstioiis for ,I The Idea that one has some! ineipiI !
would the advance In the price: of \ isons. There seems to be no <'.cape 9oard I .
-ryt- rr and lead. These two things bevu from the:'logic of Its statements: g<$* r ba the following Is the ed I i ie9t disease Inne' system, the ,

s >i much sought byj the editors, make -In the little empire of Japan .here h lUJrla; contribution of the Tampa' : though of financial run, that one Is 1 i Kentu ky" Timothy r+

1 it appear that then; great moulders of are forty-two minion people, and[the Morning/ Tribune: getting on in life .without I Improvingprospectsany

public opinion babe tastes not very food for them Is raised on 9OOO i"I| J some time past the Tribune. of these I or a thousand

aesthetic. II.i square miles of cultivated land. There theJacksonville:: I, :Metropolis the'''I"PuntaCdrdi similar thoughts may carry a healthyman ,
I are more': than six times an T-many Herald and various! other pap to a premature grave. A melancholy I

Newspapers are! really as bad as square miles of available land Il1j j the eru I i throughout Flouda, fea'rlul oft thought that des; Itself uponone's Hay

wanton about OII re thing. namely: : If State of Florida, and at the same!ratio: } jr ultaIOf the reckless actions! of mind needs as much doctoring

they once begin to talk about a*Wilt of land to the people this Stale oughtto thpjstate Pardoning i Board In extendIng physical disease. It need to be ,I
{ hold At two million ]unmerited clemency to convictedcrmlnals. eradicated from the mind or It will
know to
they never wpen up. feed hundred and fifty '
s present the whipping poet Is the topic, people. The statement sounds absurd nave* advocated th\. \ abolition have just the same result? as a' neglected I very best hay that grows. This hay ; ,

and this even wljh' the metropolitan but it U practically correct In iipan Of the pardoning power. disease would have. I is pnrchashed; in ten carload lots and is :

pipers of the land-j Very true, we are the farming Is done on the most: in f IjThis o: It 1s! true, is a grave pjopositlori Every melancholy thought, every raised' on one farm thereby
.. to advance, and one that this morbid notion and every nagging worry you get one '
'.. leagues beyond \jhe whipping post tense scale, and each acre of land is '
and we are thousands of years this} made to produce many times as //niuch supported only because It/ fear (should bo resisted{I to the utmost quality, the |best. We will ship in any.

side of,it..If it is jtjo j>> ever com} again. nutriment' as In many other countries; ejl,that thej frequency with which the and the patient should be protectedby quantity; our price is as low as tug lowest
Is in the StaWlwouldn cheerful thoughts, of which there ls ctt
I power abused !
I -T f- I of the world, except: portions of China, ,
Jacksonville is M have a good roads i where similar conditions prevail j and 1 ull I 10. total loss of respect for a ,bonntlful store in every one's pos t E. .GRA.v: S KQr

convention January 19 to 2V. This I where the ground Is made; to produce lawj and order, and reduce the State session., Bright companions are I '
I I !I I anarchy : J.... Broa.. rMia.tl Na
work Is now und'it the eye of union I from one eighth to one- founts as to,k condition of poetical cheaper than drugs and' plasters. :

States, and no State in the murh as the general average of wnenj person and property would brwithout !1 be morbid condition of mind produces \ We laicoeod ....III-rasa: aad w f.eN tlrtha. allllOCDelllS lOb

.' ner4e good roads'I Imore than Florida.A. ,I This fact{is mentioned to JapaD.1[ "!' Jl a safeguard L. and the "i govern. : a morbid condition of body and Y
1' 8. Mann is the wheel horse for Florida I pIe to give thought In Florida mentj would be a farce. : If 1.the disease does not I happen to be In

and is doing a good wort for us. i I Il ting all 'the possible yield out ofj one ; (iii J 9s doubtful If the people!! jof the the system it receives every encouragement hw1c

Everybody should!joe' ready la>> do all t acre rather than to scratch aajmany I I alfradlcal State souls be brought to adopt such {'i to develop. !Jwe ne d more = >*ci a Land t ,
step before the anticipated mental therapy. I
they can for goo toads and that sect j acres as : possible. So far as I tense .
Uon that has them, first will be prosperous cultivation has been practiced In Florida I ,N result! would actually Mme to 1 ; We have some rare bargai s in improvedand :

,first,.-Kustjls Lake Region. It strongly corroborates tbi idea I palso,| the, Tribune sugget>!s that, I: I CONSUMPTION. I .

I that the ,Japanese are entirelyi bund I ills. had of!, the pardoning power, It 1 t unimproved I properties and invite (.
;' .b uld be made the duty of the pusdting York Hospital from those '
-l! In their principles of farming. j 1 t 'I' ,1Theer r- PoHt-Graduate I I correspondence interested In
I ,, attorneys to appear before the anouncrs that out of about :50
lie\er in the sure!land good results of1 TOGO'S' MESSAGE TO THE DEAD. sh| t Parjfonlng Board whenever. a I' patients! treated for pulmonary tuberculosis I 4 securing homes, groves or business inter-
I. I Iped I sentence ests. I have been in business here '
advertising neverjJived. We do not only -- i Uon for commutation of in that Institution during the I ever
t believe that such results roil! follow I That was. a remarkable I as oe> rrdon a made, and preaen to the y/r! about City hate been thoroughly i since Miami's birth, and am in a position r

: Judicious advertising, but wo know t related in a dispatch a few. dale ago bogr' in 10lt'n session, and I I tin the cbted. The treatment is thus outlined: II I jt'.J..
to give and investors
,they, win. Yet, Isnmethlng happened from Tokio. At the funeral of 1 number t>t<|Jnce' or the prisoner and his connIt proper sanitary surroundings home-seekers the t

1 last week, which We feel we cannot get I of Japanese I officers and men" : who I'he evidence of the Stati''' which .hlt overfeeding the patient In the first benefit of my knowledge as to what to buy '"

i& '.oYer. Many a maq!tars purchased large : were killed in the_attacks on the i! feet {; lilted in the conviction ofj! the ac- sages of the dtllt'a86"1 I! M\k.\ eggs and! !, ,'t'

:realestate possessions! and others and fortress Port Arthur, Admiral d en' and argue the same before the i ti oily digested fats ate fed to the pat E. AL- WADDELL 'Wi.

have disposed of-uch by putting notices Togo thus addressed their spirits: ill ird.''I as 0 the trial jury. The, coun I I'ti i cnts! in large quantities. Other i. .

;t" ,in the Metropolis Many havebought "As Inland, before your spirits I for the petitioner should b!I r'Qulr'l I i > given, hOO'f'vf'rh"re\ (0041.1 'Heal Estate Broker-of AM Kinds. Miami Flt .

and sold motor I.un'cb..., goods,:I can hardly express: my feelings, Your it f furnliih* a wrlten tate!i+ .: s i let adherence to limited![ dietary..

.wares, and other teffects. simply by let- : personalities are fresh In .myj! fnem-t grounds upon which the psrdon or I t night the patients sleep In the bos. 1 Miami ( .

: ling..their, wkntitbe 1 known through ,, ory. Your corporeal existence: ; has pmmutattoii of sentence: will br asked I! I iflial with their wlnilows open con. Bottling Works
have' ceased but passlngVfrom this 61the Slate's attorney a reasonable, There Is confinement of j I
these columns. Taot good things i your 1 I sr- ntly. nq
.' been accomplished by even two and j I world has been :n the I gallan discharge engjlh of jtlme before arguing the pe-I t,I patients I nL in the ordinary, sense of the I WALL & DICKINSON Props.

:-. three line notices: put before the people ', of, your duty by which :-an en- f un before the Board and also a ;! word, many going about the buildings
I : Uth tI'HC.ear R. R., Miami Tia s (
here through these column emy's fleet In this world has been''completely o vj to the party against wlum theme :, and others as usual to their (.mploy.1 I ;

Henry W. Grady' louse caused a non." 1 i' disabled and our combined ti wa1'* committed: or.. In I Ease of I, I lento till ': Manufacturers{.of

advertiser to grog' distracted by advertising fleet holds undisputed 'command of rifler the next of kin td' Ithe de4kmd. I Alany cases of consumption In the I

: ; : him as| wanting cats: We the high seas. j j"I i t And.I In adition. wil'fl1 mlit-I'I'jarller stages have been cured and the I All Kinds of

I have.heard of lizards, bugs and Insects I 1 .tract this win'bring peace and It ifinentj to the pardonltiiild 1 boardtreated II umber of cases increases each y'ar,1 I

being t'RJrIt'db"; !i the bushels 'to people ., rest to your spirits." 1 j be deemed perjury, amtitich I' s, a more lutelligen knowledge: of : Soft DrinksPrompt

mho were supposed.to be wanting "It Is: my agreeable duty til j avail 1 I ,111' 10 treat the d sense t. gained ,I .

then Again we'admll I our disappoint- I myself of my presence in lhrs;( city polnied out Tuesday nu 1* log In : ugh!: f'JIM'rit'nre. 1 The olll'n air i t.
I Attention to All Orders. Out-of-Tcwn .,.i t
meaL Last week a gentlernau placed whither: I have been called by our 1, Tribune' a great evil in Cases I'e. be-:' tment d't'lary a 1 d sanitation are ; Orders SoUciUd. .

-;- an adverusemeai]in cur want column I, Emperor, to render a report [of our .... I the Pardoning; board Is {that us- caned of more v lue' than drugs Re

tor three mice The ad. was repeated; successes to the spirits of those who e.<'1i I one I side is reneuted, 1 ind I that. here ate It.any orptt of luiJerculoI I ;Always the FuJI 1Ii.

but die mice Deter appeared. and the sacrificed their earthly ,existence in always thrt tMa1ly. It s hold be; Ik hut the malady!) known 'as the I

half dollar continued. to burn in our, the attainment; of so Importaat'!a Yesult L nipulsory' that the state's sit should :J' rrhirA death:" or c nsumpllon lays'eavier I I laxative

pockets. Surer 3 It must bare been I a. that above rendered." r I jtq heard, and the hearing of ppeals14tuuld ', Irlbl.te on he human race I Bromo Quithne

taken as a Joke 111, those who: red ll.,,: Here :its something 'dllrere:1from t In public, though o t.course :I qan any mbar dl Some day a +m* MmmB

'S but It was Is gong falth-Not to be out- the usual eulogies over"or' in honor .\Board should conduct Its, (' \ (' -I core.for It will be dleirnt t'r..J; at loot .'

'doa the Metropolis will secure those I of the ,dead, or to the dead. liw... one In |private t I I deadliness will btf greatly reduced Cures a Cold in One Day, Chin

lake, even if we jhaw; to send ,to San the utterance, of an Oriental t It tr +II.h: many Ironcid rules If coercive trt'almt'Dt. The per
,FranclHra and insert! the notice in the I was an;, address to the depajted, a p t the! Pardoning Board wou tmf'DCY'I ,nt. of deaths from It baA been ma.tlallY :1 tC. 0Ab.3S0. '

.: China.Town'Zig\ ,T g. message. from this side as Ab,"afab's k .tjiit the! ends of executive e1Jl rf'duc.ed. I :" .

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i iI j jSTA'TE1IIENT .
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' lie climate of the East Coast tif Flori',1i ,;

i 4;) nearer j>erfeciion than that of :n./ -. 1TION FOR THE QUARr;1 REND Ni I DEC.31, 1904. ''r''r'.J Wilson & Five

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"q otter place .on earth. ,* % ;I' nlt.i I I I: i ITEMIZED! ECEIPT '1 t. I I

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+ 1- l ,1balll f . .f 981.o : i : MA US tn l

;: 11 T. J. Hardee. IIOUs j. . . 2UoO: '

..r. 3''-i1' I .C Croom, ta( red'ml' c I . j' .....4.79zCn : Staple Groceries Fruits -4

{. l-r; J. Hard.e. taxes .. .. .......1.. A"-*!

e. aIk : o :: II I I .C nIJlJI' ux j- 'II pl. . .\ . . CSI +: I ,
t ; r1r I b' 1.-R 0. 'ruom. oue-min t a. .. ... . 3.CO 1 TOBACCOS .

1)r., r I if J.: ionise, tPXI'S . . . . 2 I 05IIott : I

I ...I"I ': = ht5t \! 5- I rr J. Nae. Polls . . . .. . 2.00 : I|I AND CIGARS .

k 1I j' ::- }), 16- f j.T. J. Ilardee, taxptl. . . . .. .. :: 1.30 J I

r NhIi Dt'. 14 f T. .. llar.lee' tolls '. . .. . . 4.00t' Avenue D and 14th St., MIAMI, FLA. u1

Ii I l ; lli)1h) fOnijpilil Dt4 d1- It( e.1't1"11I.. tar reJt<:..ptio. .. . .,: . 1.39 : .laatf4 b-m i y

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..1' '! ,.::; ''Ji Tot 1 i pili I . . . .1. ... .... .2.1 0.41 t

i Pal I ( <.I' I I'.at'hdl<' 'arr.IDts Ws.! .;, 1;!-o. 1'53. 1500! 1507. ; t. '

} I \ I *:.. 1:1! 1 t I . .' . . .L. 10.71 I I
4 j, / Palm a .h V l\lfl} Pili ('101 Nn.. :2::,,t. N. H. Flail cleapu g who uuse \\'. P. D .75I'ai1 i!I And pea/ers/
[ \ ? 1 Garden Field
t Y \f, H// Ih'C. 'a<'llt'n.' Warrants Nt4.: 17;;;. 1.e: II-59. MO 1 S.07 in I ani Seedsof ali Kinds
"' ': ''lJ, I'r 1'111/110./ .. each're' warrants :Nut. ';::1'J!-' '3:!, 1838, IS4!, !
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,'I ri Jblt. I 9, 11t.. IS5a! 18C.: 1\i! . . . . ... . G11.50 1
;.\'.' ;l, 1F.t\\, IU111I1'a/ j.fl } tltc ellchers' warrants Nob. 719! I;- .. i7q 1771. 1781, ,I Fertilizers, Etc.. '

1i .. ,.;' ', ; \(' 1 I i3.Os. 1 'I H. 1$1c. IS1:1.: 155n. . . . . . . 4t'.l0 ;

P. %? .... -"Jo,,: '1\ ,}"\. I PUillDrt-lit yo. :2. Z. T. Merritt. PO.II. .e, .etc 14"' bill . . 14.95 I
; PahlDec,, 1; No. 22;::. J. W. Cardy. plyu. inll M I an I. -:0. 15 . :1.75PnIII i
": '- '' -- !I lj: I1rc *0. S. R'ilon lal ,r and lip lies. Miami 15 !tOO I Packers and shippers 4f Fruits and Vegetables

aid. tile fan us Onv CrOTM, PlM. .,d:* fUiUtU, I PatI1: .(Dec. i I"J M. J4owley. transportl./t!/ pupils. '0 11 . . i7.2' i, Cart I. in stock crates wrapping paper, nails, &c.

$ (. ..'t Cow.. u* TBetl t. f.r8I.r 1M r-atrr" trlhUrf bixiu'Y Paij1i Dec 1 NO. W. Hall COi;, Il'pJl"I-o 15 . . 7.05 : Insecticides and d lr
Y : JUTER, LIKE WORTH ..et BISCAT5Z BIT Paid, Dec t110.\ 229A. W. M. Burdln"l i n wage a r dll"l1I" . 2.00) _powder guns. -:__. : : :
: boaT1ne Paid Dce. 14 2:9! !I J. C. Harris miit.8 a and 4er Item . . 15.20 j I '
r. art n bed fro. JlI< tfa neI ,
I I COJ.ST'ur. pall'i' Dee 1 d, t o. 222.E.: B. King, mi ea t' and hem . . 119.20 I f-\A\ KSKoOM: AM PACKING(; HOUSE AVKNL'B.: I).
FLOB1DA EAST ; ." Y. \o. H. F. fia . SOL'TII ()K FOL.RRTKEXTI, .
Pal 14 ,,2:9i.: Scrug ""h IhinK II ro. 15 .40 [ STI<.:t-T.: .3
ram l1 Ax. o.J. W. Cardy. I nlng htr, NI). lu . 1.50 1 1Pa111I : I' '

I A S I' : 8, Mrll. Eo Dablehb, rg, jar u' s. So. 15 . 9.15 (:, Miami, f : : I! t : : Florida.

4 4F.itejy.tJieauthlba.t"Lidpalt.fThtle.lnt.a I' : fo.- RECAPITJL TION. I 1-" .. -t--I

r' To rer ip fbr qu rter. ... . .. ...... ...... ..$2.1 0.44

i I To ex ,n I'rea paid .. .. . ,1. . ., ... ., 1,9 3.1 For.sale
t i Cheap

If 13e ailce I ri: e fury Jan. 1, 1905... ,1. ...... 7.1&
r Prdmhr n.n... ... aIM Isfbr.at1ia',:|UiM I pul hand rrant Jan. I. 190. .i" ?. ?....? .. . .. ... I,, '
r ] J.k.NHOTT; J.r.Bmirrra" : \i\i.t.UBXIK, 80 Launch.
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4'. ......a a.a.ti ___ 4.a6a. j; Z. T. MERRI'J7-1' j ft.

i ) I i1-1 ti'l' .uCV8'I'IE", n..&. RAFAPJ. a--- CASSAVA I f I t ti

'$ l1 PLAYED HAVOC.'I' IIra:- I I i Standing T P. Fine 14 H. ( Buffalo Y
OLZ'th l'I1 Ra11WaVr I I ; the as plant Is aura t r beIIe Model-6 J p. Motor In Flne Shaw $42. 1
..t., EITECTIVX MAT.29.1904- Drq Se e{11 I a Crafts Ashore a valuybie, product or 1'1 rlota.1'I Mianul 'power 450.11 House Boat, 35x I O. s I 160.O .
j the Bay. h fCJIIIg +.m I It' of inter.xr: I II
} f :(ooh W1.11 I .Ueeilte ) L D Motf'IO NeE 1 5 acre good land '
:" 'Jhlf tothe Ital=-.l' .o.eo; and L I g.L. J'i .J. I We were ,lad to receive this reek I. at Wyman Fla" $25 Lore

.-. U/>o.'R) 1.p L t "... ... Iii --.iIo RT hpJeup !lhoug i l'I ated but a few min fo PUblle the detailed e pertln I 7 ,
,_ .._.._ _._ 1\0.'ky 1I\3p'! LY.Iup, Ga. ,_ So II, IOl'ptwaeaa : i.-. I
...::. ... _.bon.B' .CIQa Ar Macu..0s.. '-.t-0-.1 _......ar' a ar o lone, : : f'\er lit gusts d wind e of ("(".- farmers with j
rColunbU_ .' ...' .. _. ...aSp Ry a Iron .Ar AUanta.GL, .."", _,.., .1-I ....__iw' Ry A". and) mina roe rnr ell here" prt'\'UIl. blr.crop.* I Beach
UCkinoa* _, ,,1IoJ Ry .aMa Ar Rome (is.. ...... 80 ky 7 ale ltltl'
.. _... .. 110111, ArDalton.tla I' ell, 781e ed arf +. Both en'alln 10 the
Jtf GrXB'bor ; IUOp fester efterno4 and though no r es-I
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: ; Ar DMrrOle : jRyCi 1111 I Ar bmttaDooro Tenni Hy I a 1Ja serious ail' i
: "" ArLezInton.lrT .. .... .. O4ClBclnmtl. a31.p: dam# 'U done. there was aha liD at.-s. ,
: j'Lr'Rkbmonda!. .' : ........> .___ISo I Bj I. I T ArC CjociOD&II.O.Ohio......i.. |. .._.-_JIIc-.:Q Four*C! BapAr 7 fOp am ''ng the 1,1eaaure I They tb III"IY ronflrm our, forI4 l REDK. S. MORSE

fir; t. .. era t tb II' to make and I ly t'll sal opinion that Whether: ,
11d. keep exp
;;.. acblMlrw.TT .: ;.. ....U-K.r j 4lip1AtColt'U I .III .a. 1.. Bill Four I [Y
':." Ar C .me ... '" ; ;)ky I e Kp I.r.CtocIuaMI.O. t- I'a Line.i a asp; the 11! ani reA 1t 'as pr .It. lie to grow cassa\ for!
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;+Arwa..bingtoe" 't..o. bray ArChk.gn.IU' PaLlneai 4's Qy
"'" Baldaor. __ ;T JKJ't II i5p: IW: Cin.-l.iwU.O f _. ell.. I) Hop / 10. u xpecte.l vessel II> ib sr.eh](a tortes or not. It r'8 cer'i
.ArfTork M tbUadetp1tla.,._--..... -. .Y P It II Ri t .*Ji MIC ;' *rCnko, III, .. .: C H & lJ I I late. were !" i;iaae d light anchora : tai I ly a try profitable crop for feel: RHAL'ESTATE
CIp clnrmlL, Oy 0' C II LDt ;
s' JbbaWaahfaKtaa and fTortdJ LimhedArTolyd0.O_. .-.. .! "i. -CHADI ftlitt-p. e I Ofq.I 1 tone dock. there are In live atoc A'Itu r:a.I I I
Tijtj Car.Ar Drlrol& .C H" D) 7'-Ta red yacht bl1 soil not h I I 9
Pan.un DrawlOll Reese" plot a corn Magnolia 4ng to the g owthf
rJ.rfc.o.Tgl to kew. York.Tarmwb Lv'joclonatl.O. ..I'aU..II.op; Offices up stairs Cor. Are. C and It tb St.
.; .- r- Arri'tubunt.r. :.. .._ J'aUnM(!for auxt! laryp j ;' 't bay la. and bOllse- F ( a"8'a tie evidence la all t the ; t
I Lv Cincinnati,O F. ,_BigFwr J a np boat : Bon!ta; r-Sld.. other crafts co lrar)'. Of course it does not growl Miami I
':TheLaodofsty. : JI o.*o I ArClarelu.d,0.9lgfwlr' U"lit 1 Dade Co. Florda.
.r. : : n $h I d yen before the }tb I ,.uul 111 a tropical 1 climate. 'hes.' ,
'Tl -6o ;
L. Lt'J'IDlrton. Ky I RI I"""" thtekl
..,.. .
--Y. I ky ;1'I ArLonUTlllp. It,. RnR's Ica I ter and rb r10 itherlin
. ... 'P Ito '" grounded ; 'J n t even chilly W
,'.u0lla.At.&vu.4 taeYtl..lIi.C-"" iL.&.c.. :'....... ,......_. ...jl.ttU/1Q'! .Jh/Ry 1195..uaF-'', Ar loot.. H-1",14.110.Tk. FtorkU_. Umiud.'oo "r"D&lI.14.At r.,FFF 71ti' tbougb !q. ire ,able 10 get; olr1I'1 t b ICK"I r rjsti I II AGENTi OR LANDS 0Florida >

Hot'aprfDt*; 1CC.--. -. 1u.Ry train ttiroorh eoache*sad Pullman ,ut ; Ia *" the lame had .I Take lig sand loam on hleb'

f KanUc....YUIe,TCBB......._.._. .-_, _...(!tIo.II Ho.ETHM l' 1$01'1'o.\. Can. Jacktoarille' to.New. York. abated.-' f I I' or never lands a bait boar afteri" I: East Coast Railway Co.

\CUeiaMii.1AuIa..._01110..._ _. --_.__..gr-.._Bo.B 4t a lea XOBTHWEJT., "....g.r eho, ;: towedbyIL.rF.a Fh'J b'alt' t airs. fertilize It" and ; F orida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co.

6..30-Dat111Pni u Unfoind\ C. .y. C9. UI' as a boarding pi.I nt andic Itivate It properly ando : Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co.
f Ba>*t *piB.( 'Car brtwre.Jake waiIUetud ,FU._ .: Sony Two hau.b aui0; Inl: carters tor the 'can 4ep nd on getting a ,'lIlIlt I it j .
.&LtIaiL U 80 KyLvJaektoDvlUe. I0lpSI
I.T Jeaup a. .4 l
'- t i 11 Ko me t "' :the d In the bar.alf will that from '
Ry M there
I. Ar Maooa. Ua ge sartass any
.. .. .. .. ... .. .
I Ar Atlanta.Ga. o ByAr : "
; I "
.. r I AaBi ooiU ., ;. ... Bo By ._ irokq ha moorings end was fo. I crop 'Ilia yon can ;;row.
Tickets To i Ar BirmlDKbam,Ala T -- +i -_-. Me kl lie* IHmn 1 redg4! but bold crafts BAY
;!; or14lair I .I lAfKao.a.dty.MoSL Mmplil Tf'IIft.. ...TT' ..,.. FYI Frt.ro_ S f
"-i- .' -LollsDiollol Sale I L Y CmD !.. iv na_... t .. i 'tqAr boats i i swamped orcaptedi \ t
'. .. 1n
R.e herlne.alrk 9411
1 mere
:111TR tb Ih.-r rotbiea anti nwetipaUunm !
i'j i U, -The flurlda Li. ltr4." ; ,_l I Reliable.
.r! i :: I ,i'.h ng letter than 1Je Itt'SI The Old
i ARRIVALS JACKSONVILLE: '. BO\'t THt; .1 tie Kaarf ]sere. the famous llttLeIills. !
'r: Tnm Kew- York.: Waahlnirtnn.VuU.5a.: W."WMhlnetoa and florlda lOinltod", 'i3 a. n. TH NINA They o not weaken the tons-1: : % r
Standard Varieties of Citrus
'-i Fr..Chlc& q etodenatl.Cbawteoaw>, e.-Jto. 1*.-Florida Umtud.",:...L m. :: !i U OF COTTON. Trees. Grown Upon High Pine laid.
%i A c' rMK .taa City. Mi H'I..Bitmiagloam' $c.-NY orlda U.Ila4"L4.S a.s.4 : i 'lion 01\ the "Y"I 111 1..1
r Vat'" t From Clad.DMI.ArheyWeetei-lio.2J.; -k'ubingtu.edrloiitaUmlted'pSam. i! +j ; : !Ir-i '81'I I Their t and harml..!!... Doh I . Budded on Rough Lemon Stock :; : y
s On Bale a ,Oog.Tail Cotton" Was
'. o. Bound Trap Summer Tonriat Ticketa;now onIU1e.r : Used fo I! at FL Gaines .. :' ayetrr. In.l.. says: "So! The only tree worth considering forth!* locality, at JI.'('''. that defy com p.titiun .
f dtlor t I WlIl'ls Little Earl quality considered. Correspondence and inflection
; Iti.-I solicited r
J VCMSK[ District Passinjer Agent, Ii3 W. Bar 5t- kionTille.ri- I II Iot placing j our*orders.
( do 0(1' Mork All other Idly (11' l e.S
-. .C.H. AcaRT.O- U.\ w. )I. TAYLOL aP A. ,' .4 I t a tit tt rah. bout plaut..r In 7.I. r: 1e me and make III sie6' Also, choice citrus lands for sale' in arge or .m all trarta agar }f1 lIJi.

.H-HAKDWICK.:' ." P. T. M- BROOKS MORQAN.. G. P.A., Georgia 1fa r cotton to. re- .
r I Sand ( anti never cum. Ill". C. E. DAVIS Proprietor.
'. dU'T thef4; raise the price ,
111'8 .arly Risers .i'"' pi to,
':O-=- T"t'r 'rr-- a$ aimple. Some 403MIiMI.FLORIDA. '
I "I' 1a1 use Ire BOX
P lull
the "Jh ;lit rell," The a
: Atlantic Coast Line. eotgrprislpg. espondent In Atlanta I I .
F .Is yuepec; ed r sptinsiblllty for there l i'11l>''Y part Perseus Ira eling i i -
I i eta null Utile!{ Riapra the tow I rellahle I i
tQu1eke1t time, noct .xe.U nt MTTIM North. East) and West via oi4 Ihlch aald that a bon I"I'

..1f.ATTf AMTin COAST LU(&. (The Famotu New York' and Florida Bptdal.PttUman are! had bee or a lot of cotton I real tly to early with them' 1 G e'ceratAcc1 iljCmjs( ;icl .
by Biscayne ) .cu. "
I rug
: Dinlkc and Otxarratlon Can at *1 GaipH td"I : .
::aD4 tats of Compartment Sleeping '
... I P. B.JaudonEast I J
The E which Is t'
p.b11sbed -
f alactrie lighted tbxoacbo t.'l<&r.t BC Augustine daUy.a.pt. Sunday at 11 0 ilea from Ft.Gaines. : I SELL AT AUCTION EVFRYSATIRDAY-\ ( ,
4:41 1.jl.nnt1
A.'K. irrin. New York P. U. tollowlnr'day.Itorldav ;
Iadtat $t It turns out that "a I If you bamnytliinttan-aur "..... !. butanylhlnf.
and West 14iBtt. carrying Dra1rbac-BobJJ. SlMpcra tad I ._aAta. b. 4r
''" grin lIttle; old:;xi Ir bl&Iel of doc.tall" cot. I l> went . duMtfrom !'.O,Miatal
<,;VIs2ii. Can. lean Jaciaoarm at >:00 A. I{ dallr. New York 1:00 '
ton!wu btlri rat Ft1 GalneL It was I :
\ 1f fonolriat daJ. I I I' i : offend t4,4: ;: nd I was found that I
CMcaco andTlorldaDbaamtlnn i haft.d aolld PttUmaa train of Sliatptn and '
;. Dlalac
it +ouldi; II firing $7. whe"'Upon a
Can. karat :JaekaoaTllla daily av 1:10 A. 3L. iron Chleaco 4:09 crotrlof I bob' I o-hste, some fun rat.a 1 Coast Lumber & Supply Co,
; "'H.'fothnrlnc This .nt.'SL Lonli Weeper,*antrlnc SC Loot
: ,. : day. rasa 1110 an burned It. smith
!J 1:5 P.Y.," I : n, name, rlea bent out OD the Manufacture and lcalcn in
<-: ...Je'J'I7er leaves ?aek.oavnle $:0'; P. M. ially, carriea through trot paf .I f Ce ln northern Pa- I

.tsesi'eTi to ClaJcaa '... J8tl Looto. arriving Chicago IU P. IL. St. Louis pe.. and1. New," York Tribune accTl QW @e'Gu'aArapCNn Lumber} and I uildiny Material
v1O4 JaW 1C foDo1rtDC'1DOftII 1*KiTt ng "UE'r' seriously de-

.t1 : qnlckert line IT tbor and out-half boon to c! tea.. ...eia hours to fOlt.d halo ff ''Iu/un! ot eta editorial teW y

,"?" at, :4als. utd'one hour to SLoalarmaJlAKE RESERVATXNS; PROMFTLT. spa\J\ to'1t/ Ign int of the South.I Everything) to construct a home ;

FRANK C. nYLSTON.[ "L District Passenger Aeent i Jackaonrlllj. Fla. f I I'! iiir., tougagnjf In "a le I t

: Scene o f f land ,Ickl"dnel" lirick.: Linn! and Cement.: PL.- ..- ; :ra Eair. Sa-Ii, IlolOrl, mind. Paint ry

i i1 II IW.I re fools In Georgia all and tilate; KiHifinir and Slieatitiwurk. l P tp.-r. XaU. and Hardware, turncti. Ak
SEA.B0A4R0 ( Iii I .titre I IWI' 1 Bra. 'ct-, scroll and work. I Io'nr and Windnw .Frames
| ail thi people 01 that MAStiriet
I } ar'' CPI-ILL Dl..randLVindow l Screen-, : 'S PAINTS I= and \'AkNlsllIS.I'ritx : .
l 1 SI I f tall fools or lunaticsTb
.1 fkn' yf rr + toattel'Jpfany .. are not ;tl.tats the l low >t. Kill -tock is al"aJ the J Air Line
Railway. .u .f sit tot force up prices. DENGUE, AGUE, 1 ar.l" at TtUi .il1l', Eau: Stall .... F"rt 1'iere. W"'I'0 Uracli!
I Uu"e t il lIi1e" .r rette4 that any L GRIPPE .
OC--R..d I
a. i 811 net << and dl'Ceve.1 std
i i I BUToits Fever and all other
ma i the uth bat ,
Savannah Columbia, CIl, Sout icru Pines an I rs auot Malarial Ills.
Ch vllllf and traduce us
I? Raleigh! Richmond, Washington, Baltimore.: as -11r nf ckso title Metropolis.e t SOc::"

Philadelphia. New York., aiA.ra
; : W par Y arrrlal \ 9xaV A w9 y\JV <>vKonoriiltarsi'h
'' yJ 94) h. Into hiJ'to Yes bw.aw.LH
v Two Trains udily. :j pa-as'd !
Elegant /L' Hl'aratlalt.patb ?'
\I I e Sn ,,1 Inytalligatt; 'i aepn.t.' trLa, h.aJotbctolwdla
Seaboard Express Seaboard MathMode' ha not *.h Srot t. t I I ti 1 I A eae t1'HY1 to bin.* r' Is.',- J?,e.inn tie flrttDoerLdtJplbwp ,
I 4 of them .ytn. a. t.
if Pullman Equipment. qhnlna: or t a desby ouuatry.l. 1

;11/: .. I D.n .U tt.1r.-* 5ss&ffh&loot a<
I Stood i est Years caoarry oer. a
.-: 0 Y LINE a The 25 HERBINE

w aperti daily sleepers from. Jicksonrllle to!Jew Orleans amvTrTas4 r.a.'r, r.ra..r
throb I ; ,anik .,i, na. raaaIKed. a/.y 11.,. / ;tr r

.. 1 I L1L Grqye i SOoper W io.i bottle.,Igp..rt+....b uo.t.Ma II 'aprrwY
I'fu All I
DruaatM : '
t' l :inform iin. a4td .sleeper TlKerntloni. calon!!; any. agent of the v 4i
writePISS. ''
aboard or -
Tasteless ch1fl Ton i r
D.' IIcDONNELL iss' Ge AH Jacboniille, Fla. c .,

Se C.. BO LSTON. Jr., Pass. 1gt.P RIIl3.Cure-Nat's; "" t' as. F+ cr sal a.t Goss I Jha a '"'7 .



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: -h fr rilli make i great! j1 reductions i i in Blankets and Comforts this

The: Idedi I ewe lilt'I k \Ve have ;, the largest I :' stock in the city and can save you money

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I E. B. DouglasL

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ik ti. tJ lQS321 lQ'1 I JRVQ'Je'JRtiowtiTOPICS. I'' )Mrs. :\1. J. I.aYorent, JIll"I "ng h.. recent arrival tithoI a LEGAL PA E RS.f ij COMM-laSI MEN l'EET.I ,

t >&*blt'. stet who lust their 1. ) i atn'a I" Itillil here IlerlUB .I tly, 1::< I C A Dupont!
i o' ; |I','t Friday I hv thf aoci: I H J trgn.ti, who halls r m \'..11I ,
'fll' foltoattig page' s were filed In I Thirteenth Annual Sea ion In New
a C.BtC.8C.8C ,8a18C 8l'2tC.8C. ili'tharc* ofa shoiciii in the ha Is or 'j tins: :\lr.Jacq.w. Is hi iy favor

I}ji Baron Yon K 'I t ti. of Sweden, La>< j j I a rri..nl1t ami who recei\e the si I in: 1 j iulpr oed with )1111"11 r. HI ext f b dl'rk's officI'. fur r rd ,... Orleans Today Livery Feed?:

. arrived In the Cl! And ,,'111 upend the 'telh't'nct! ;< '"burll, after their r iralberet ', t W f- ids. here In Ib" fu tt "arranly t't wl. 1'. ". i:}sn to Joe,', ,

;: returned this mornln I h ne S. Homer; 'f<>r $l II"i\i .j.t c. bhcl..
l'aIm on !; : ram .
1{, 'JiltPI' as a Utfl at the Royal XeOrl..t.R.. Jan. It Th" Tbir.I.
and Sale Stahl
;,> ficteLi i from C:j,I ipa and immediately ent sIt'. :tier Martinique. nptairI 1G: Ifobhin. Grahau, anti billing,
it. >. aboard tl yacht, and will proc j.l to I I 1.o w'hi'h arrived 10 port (erllay I w, rths uh"'i'hion..trranly nal !League of Comml Sinn Merc '
' ,1f..bn AlPxand r ),lowle "Ihe Propl New Yoik, and thence .to Cle and,, .kiln' m Havana unit I e.' \\'sl, '-.
E : et.' and 'party w passengers on the where th" remains will be Interti. : 1 hi I ffty passengers: al II con I I e to \'. I-'. Young or $2n0:! fit 4 1.: a I..ndanre from all party the Xorlh ra4,

: y steamer. Miami. a Tuesday: going uNassau. I I t' bie relght Captain 100\ re, c es. of land In l'1 ro ]6. lowo..hill S nth antiCFvt.. I Can supply anyone oa

;t The tIt t'of their visit orit The Da ly Metropolis gives IU eadaphlc I one r the nastiest tri ; n sev.I ',u south': range 42: ra t.S'arranty After the \\'elrolnln; a dress and J JII the east coast with ,

{ plans for the f t re are not known era more ('aIljTe local and tdeg : uontl s.; The sea was I h a 'y lillli Bred l-', t Dallas land o responses, President I Charles R.era Mo!<4, Horses, llarne -

t 4"= ft.1 the, party refps d to give any news news than! any paper in the no d In II y. 'b, t the staunch s '1 came 10 f' W, Autason Ir '165.011101 13.It In his annual rt"JIOI'f. discussed: *''Buggies and single and or Wagons double -

t or interview to rye bers of the press. a city as small as Miami And for I r.' thr gh without u1\1h'\ p. 'k 3?. Miami.4arranly I t' question of yrl\'ate the,, lies 0 at :reasonable price; 'i;,

the small 1 sum of ten cents_.aMr w .k. I I I It1 .I died! E If'. GoulalE tof' Id that he believed the !\\ympalhy oft ,..

i The steamer VI ml. Captain White. Ke A E. Ht'yser recur I corn. \\'. Amlllie fur I00' lots I and le Interstate Commerce -ommissinwt ; '

railed last TU"1'lc Y for Nassau with } ward Davis!, a oou of i r. c J 1 n t II morning from vernorard hlu'k H, section G. t".a..hip. 53 as with the association n Its fl<1ht.1 Write iiim at- the above
E. Davis} who.lues. near;this cit willed ''I th. 41 addr,4,
Jolty. passengers and conslderabhfreight. I : ppolnUng him a d -legateDad Iu range b t doubted the power of he commls- :

This I Jargut number ofpxeeengers tomorrow' '. January 10, :be unl In i tr roooly 10 the N tlonalt Staten Florida to ReuIbe I, n to bring relief. He a so declnreol ; t.

IsJt amed out by the marriage to Miss Chnslena W Road Convention, "hi1h asem C. Tasker to justice of the I at In President RootlE'Yt'1 the lea cue I

J.1aml to that e at this season of of Mrs.;I Iartha! I Wagner, at her Eer. t I: n Ja ksonvllIp front the 91h tot ape ('e. district r\o. 5. h d a man with whom they tan rest i I For: SaleSeed

the year. I \ In Ash n, 111., and will start al I,I':Inchl i we.( This Is an 4n I r well ;I I I. F. t:. C. Ry Co.. to Fred I sir; cause, and will flndl the proper : :.

for this city where they will E, I wed n.1 fully appreclaCSf C. wit's for $15.OO: 10 3 and 4. block to carry out the po\icy cutlinea I cane, red and ribbon.'u.soH|

'., the and their fut re home. The father { this 19: Vest lalm Beach. I 1 .
Joseph Freellag popular I message.I I I, 1000 f. o. b.. Apply to ;
efficient secretary to' Manager H. W.. young tin has not seen him sli ce i he I Etta i; Model Land 0., to Annie M. -
DoYi'le, w'lfe of the 1 laos I,
Merrill of the i Jto al Palm Hotel was was six'I years old, and the welcome Ne.het"I, arcompanled by !b r son, :King: for 40000. forfly acres ia seceait I To Loan.- n Im roved prop-1! A.O.CPY.i-_.

an>on gibe 'passeigers arriving last will naturally be an exceedingly' warm ? 1e! passengers big :Skis 2, township 54 tomh. range!: 40 G.,8, Amsden, Coconut GroTe. r cur..... !
Tuesday from the North. :Mr. Freer and cordial. .
I rjrmm
I a\"ana on the steam r Mar-
; ;. line went .t once t the botel and took i OJ,''queas. urday aftemOOll. sac. : 0 edr Everett Hunt ey to C. O. lo>- 00000000000000000000,00i.
to tan for t! has friends acid '' ,
duties. H James G. Hun
his Mrs.
up ;: many Mr. er ar- 'ts for the preeence or the lactic ,

yrt here who will C dly welcome him rived last night accompanied b] ibelrlder Jad r Inamt.. They w4 o at the ,2. W eat Palm Beach.

Dock.'i youngest son, Frank," the two > Warranty deed. David E. Browa to
tom t lira. Dowie aa And
boys Harry and John, having I been the "Prophet" versed B. Lama I Iconsiderations 11.00 and ether THE RACKET STORE
4 Jsaid I lot block l4r MlGeorgic :
tJr.; Edward A, Tufts[ a celebrated left at home In Haverford schoo .1 Mr, 1JJr wi a Dumber of passen en onU

oeteopathist of 'Boston. Is among the and Mrs.)| Hunter went at once 14> heir ""h1P; string which he MId It was ami. fOj i. '

recent visitors to diaml and who will own home at the corner of El< iventh U I pntent OD of the party 1 Ito spend add bult-elalm wife to deed I. WidemeyerStates Land and 0 I Q I, JS[ THE PLACE I ii ,'

engage in the 1 practice of his profes- street,and the Boulevard, whtc ij was ii Inlam1 i 0 I
half _thowt.
Timber Co. east
taB beret Dr. Tifts comes well reconended -: In readiness for them,, Their many;, i l'rlMe i 'I IHCIlOOI t..
friendsin be to IS st quarter, sectlo 20, and the
I do | this city win pleased
and will no doubt a large e 0
'! here' thli .winter. He has learn fl j their arrival, and tka they' e au hazy yacht Grant l CapI hi If of northwest qua ter of the _th- ,. WILL OPEN MONDAY

practice excellent I 4 :Benn tit. commanding, sn under east quarter, sectionsouth 29, township 39
opened an offlc! < at 233 Fourteenth are in i, i i r AFTER TWO
er b Mr. Isaac Taylor an other range :9 east. i i
His aDD toncement appears I !
street : Inent SL Loulsans, and Ich has Waranty j deed W. Tancro to Jack
ffar lsewhere In this Sloe of the MetropoUs. Do not forget that the Wetkjr Ittropolia *-:;: 0
awa the past two tw t eltl orr P nell for $45000 te acres in section
circulates largely In eveijyj part
tol I one rulse.to the lower 141st and 1 township 40 south! range 42 east I BoofadSuppliesThe
of Dade county, besides going about .
Sat- I it st returned to PO'1 S turday Warranty deed, 1 F rt Dallas Lam
A jnarriagearday liceisek was Issued seven hundred postofflcea outsit e of
Jtnoon. The gentlemen re rl hav- C to Joseph Ramsd, II for $1.425 loti 0 ,
aftternoog b County Judge Miami.: There Is no other advejr lslng
1 tad moet enjo-abe outtag C and 17; block SO:, orth, and lot 5, i
v1 net to P. W. Brl iruser, Nebraska medium 10 compart with It.Althotsh I o 1
1. t gh th Ir angling luck ; not u bl tick 9.. north Mia I.Commission I. \1' -
Pennsylva- 'fas
a and Mrs. M. GJ I C ouch, i of I .
I f f1 as ey desired. Th'1 ill reIn -I Slat of Florida tot t
riift. This e. It Is said carries no records of the i mbe
' r all ese waters during the reder it seph K. Dora to notary pnblicj
with it a mata romance, though letters, and nd Store
that could ed is that Mrs.South led by the papers local posfo'ceholidays package duro' th< I f the charter and 'lit In.'In S ate at largo, for fun years i iCommissioner I Ii I Racket :;
al1y trips to the fishing and receiver's deed[
1r Crouch is com)ngBirkhanser to meet Mr. have been kept, Post ifasteere I i
knot Dds aid cruises OD theba.I Jt hn B. Reilly! and E. Tuttle Jl 0 HANDLERS OF EVERYTHING :
: and h ve the nuptial Budge,s ated this, morning that t I ( C Gromlfng,"lots t, 19, 20. block 48, EVERYTHING OLD CHEAPER
tied. He vast to go to Palm Beach of the office for the past riiontl 0

', where the cervro ny was to be pec- : show ancelpts increased business of 5 ** I }t 4- J. .Ingraham. thlydly I It press n nh. city of Mia I i; consideration: 0 1211 Ave. D W. H. Chaille & Son, Prop.
S ;o.
forptedI ,i cent over the corresponding rI of t le F E. C Ry, acco panics deJ. 0
Commissioner and receivers
"gym "eaJ Figuring this as baal r. 14. W. Merrill of Ith RDya'f
one ago.
J hn a Reilly and I 'Tuttle to M. i 0000000000000
The handsome i nd substantial auxil for the I amount of matter ban lied. I \ Ho el, visited the Eau!: CouqII and
tS E Robinson lots 13. 14, bloc :32: :
4 cruising it Protidencla. owned attey Goy meat dredging (Iw k no.I .
lary yac is shown that one-quarter more
_. .
block 46 of Mlaml
k I 1?. nor city -
.4 by Mr. Cheslebc rough of New York was handled during the boll r {d'' on In the bay 1Nlerda after nsideration $180. I, .

'" which left here.se eral.weeks ago with 1904 khan: was: disposed of in 19 t.. a rd the former'a era k tttll9 c 1
It Warranty deed, J. Gramllng to S.
,,. the son of the wner and a guest I. En erpr188.' They {111' very; U Patterson lots 13. 14. block 3!. r..
-e aboard for a emit in gulf waters as After I a most eventful voya th pIe sed wIth the p of they WHALEREveryone
I I 4 north city of Mia il; consideration .
far as Texas,! rt turned to port late steamer Zambesi Savannah i oj Bn-J also visited the ew red; $ .

last ,Monday afternoon, and is again men ',with cotton and phovphat rocl, l OD t e other side of the hay PlOt .00.Warranty
deed l E. Robinson to
berthed In the Vivar. The yact is commanded put Into I New York Sunday wi 11 her I ed by apt Dick Smith 'nd olhenl ,
t' UPattemon Iota It. 14, block 32,
by Capta in Martin an experi cotton'en; fire and several of U e crejr : peed coed that It willi me
t ''f a d lot 13. block 46, north, city of Ml-
enced,seamantan gulf navigator, and sick. The[ Zambesi sailed from 5 avan- lar a. r re rI I II who buys a .
I j f a I; (consideration 1.00.
report! having had a most nah on New Years Day. Al went I
the party I | I'I t Deed, F. E. C. Rv. o board of public
enjoyable and Ilnl resting outing. well until January 5th h n po.J.erful j Diamond of feels
an.l slaunc 11 tier i us
t 1 t strurtlon of Dad< county, certain
struck! a submerged wreck sta r ngI I''r
rganlzed j and ra t Cocoon fromie York I nd In section 1, t wnshlp 49 south, r
The newly incepted i I her bow and several plates. T i membershipof Ie Int port last Friday and the r nge 42 east; consl -ration $1.00. that he she has secured
has a or agoodbargai
fire department n >w day the!cotton was discovered cm tI'1.
moo was hauled out on e way Warranty deed. RBewan E. Chafer to An-
sixty and new applications are I Jt'e intend that '
over but it Ian quickly gotten an 'ecery
*e Miami Boat Works t h* som e certain 1 I ta In the city of
being receive e ery'day. In the future I trol. j i,,4n? the next day five, >tamer. t4k do e to her .wheel cb wa land; conslderatlo $1000.00. one all 1eel that way. Eteru

of jtbe 1 >e but department one businessmeeting each sleeping In the forecastle were d disco froiji I aged by striking a sai db r. Tb I State of Florida to W. S. Hill justice gem we sell must be right in quality t
In Ian conditloi I
he succeeding ered Ian unconscious n I somethinG on the rder otladg : << the peace commit ion for 10th dls- cow, cut and price. lie hate j
f ; moutb-the first Tuesday; inhaling fumes from the bur ed co : !
meeting i being for the purpose ', : r, of thIs port, 4 d s ct In and for coun 1 of Dade. some nice one to show you : ; : : :' 4

of drill and iractice. Horses will ton. They t will recover. I' J I deli I'd for' ('roislog a 4'l I part'J i iI Warranty deed, I W. Moran, and .

: ness. She bas been en jro' tli Ife to May Young l or $400.00 part of
1' be need in the practice drills, and By ictual count the number: i >l arr, I I I
cues for the pall three n1Onlb, In section 3$. y4
and block 3, 87x210 feetpwnshlp I
Hurdle la
" the intention' > of Chief als at the Royal Palm Hotel ; nigh
.1 : ore. and at one time ,at In coinlp4 I Iy 53:: south r age 41 east.
i" his assistants to bring the departmentnp or the prst day.fell short seve i of tbxnuirrtxr 1 1
tEa* I' wit the Granata&. Edris Rell:1D: Warranty deed P' rine Grant Land Jeweler
of efflclence the dafoi
to a higher de tree registering os sau'r 'he
mer nd other g sine o. to Emily F. Th peon for 117500
it has'everat all >e>l bffore. I last season. Those reg'sterln' ? lajt;?, '
.' J night :totalled up sixty-three, an! they:;'I n Yed. The Cocoon will f blyin bfI I ibts 13 and 14, bloc 29, Perrine.

Judge Keys -r heard and disposed of were jfrom' all parts ,of the, M >untr', I a party buslnelB! ere thr I Warraty deed John Richardson and -
I ent eason.kee 'Ife to John Gitrorl or $2:!;+O.OO certain
I I Ind
}. two criminal < asj-s this morning. One among them being number w b hai e(I '
'was that of rge Moody- chargec11TUh been [r present it tb,)' OI't'nln f t I II In section :0: 'II'ollhip iii south .

- carryinga sealed weapon:and I I house jfor several: seasons pi tt ai' I ing with the development anjl aOf1e n east.R'ajranty I;Shoes Fdr AU The FamffiQiUren's

rp who was releken a bond of $50.00 I I who were General and I 1 1 I ace and the outlook fospero a morr deed, O. Loveless (0 I

,to keep the e4 e for one rear. The' Sha\ilie\ of Cincinnati )' Mrssl I I is season than < ve befon'' os. J. Peters Co ,1.00 and. other I InsMerallooa

:other was that of Ben Washington, Robettj W. Henderson, of Mrsl" /.>J Indl salon is that the n tuber ( f soul 50 feet lots 1 and ,

charged with fra bUng. Ben was proven Massif; !Mr. and Mrs. J. P,, d I: i atlure crafts in local'r'r'a ers Will. 1 block 1:4, lIaD11. '
: guilty ands la ne of $10.00 and 'cost: maid',and valet of C'hlt, rl mo than double tbli: cason tpat 'Iater's deed, n. F, Atkinson to W. Slues a Srecialty.: LENOX the NameMen's (
a block 31.
lot 20
for .
,or tor sixty darl. was and Mrs. H. R. Valpey j it 'as last. In fact there Is ai.J lelnlf $400

i him. He paid the llooreJ of Cambridge, ,Mass:; Kll J dy'' a [>erceptibly greats r not 'est Palm Beach '
fmpl'OllOjef jo'hn Mar b > Warranty deed.1: Bull to Geo. P'uti and Boys' Hats Pants, Underwear D.
'. goure and wife. Cincinnati; f fta 0 all descriptions! ,re ,
) Spencer and Mr. Kozel Van Patten of New Tork.The jd b n ev r before. This !is special yi oft $1.0(1( and a her cooslderaUons Shirts Work Shirts. Overalls, Sox, Collars -

; of Homf'te 4. are among the visiton ,: ; ", I 'i ed a nong the pleasure II i arty arid en acres In secU ft 4, township 5:1south. :
l' I Neckties etc Ladies; Hosiery -
guests of ketch blnf1 from be Roy ilok I II lim range 42 ea 1;
In the Ic' Y. and are ) Nethla, a crack rigg, I eet operating ..
.. Her. the a..t has been t lei Warranty deed d M. Powell to ,'Children's Hosiery ;
Judge and Mrs E. A. yaeb: on the order of d and so great
Yumaj and other crafts of, Ji' bulls i I mantl for berths that the hotel mans Anna lt., Mallil1: to $1.00. 80 acres in

Captains She and Spencer, Govern- came nto port this morning I d did I 'menasln has decided to; and, now i Ih- section 24. lownsb p 40 south range Our stock consis of the above mentioned lines <-!.

meat Inspeeo of bulls ant boilers pee janchor off Twelfth strc .. ThNethla the berthing roots l>y ellen l.I 42 east, ,

of this dletri9t, esterday Inspected the had aboard her owner. Mr.:I I the ock 250 feet rlverwj rd. Ev< n Title bond, John W. Prow and wife standard, none shoddy, no demand for ,,shoddy goods

eieamer BI e. of the F. E. C. fly.Co. W Kenyon and w wife of ;,Ni >:f r Yo .,. that 8 the room will in be af e- to ChatS. Peacock f r $tOO certain land wdare
Dade certain that
., which ia been undergoing re- whomade! the cruise down ie cd I ark I ate s dock master M. R. Kelluin described by feet It chains near o-I I County; our prices are lowe

1 pairs and r9b Idlng 'durlnr:'tbe put In bier, She is commanded- b; Capti I In' ted his morning tha II oft e roanut Grove. Honest without oubt; you may ascertain the truth

several mor end passed 'her ,.upo. Hayes, who says that the t I Soi vlleg IJ have already twin sold >r Warranty df'eloro !olcFarlane Ito

lt It is cot that the Biscayne, In was|!pleasant and un'eventfu4 he I r rgaln d for. The y of tie Margarette Scott r r $100 te nacres,in I I this statement b visiting our store. Glad .to' how y(,

command o{ IlL W. It.. McIntyre. front New Tork'to' lO&qultol fled) 1 flee or that which wash here last section 20. towns P 54 south rang

a will get away eat- week for the keys ing made in fourteen days iably'fast e aeon. ye their former bei ths, w h(!lee 41 eas i iI

py'' of the lolweet but on what ml.aion .- ;' trip for such a Graf Mr. ant. ;'I a apace is being las ilgned i ent I

- is not scat d, though it to believed Mrs' Kenyon. will go to C ocoaftt 'ar TaiL These boas 4o a BpI n- RUSSIANS EACH SUEZ. I STANFORD & CO..rOppos

the steamer s utended to cut a prominent Grove where they will spent he -- d bus ness during the sea nand are

part In ebulidhg of the extension' son.' ''The yacht will' also be lakenltlion1 last mental as any jot er tact or Suez Jan. 1! -he second divtstoof

of tL railroad via the keys that'''place and kept in comm Ic pro ding pleasure and /recreatlhousands n the Russian squadron command o

to Key wen}, a freight anti material -_the sue of her owner and trie. >dl I i r the that c*me here : r'kl by Admiral oaks, arrived he to ixpress OZtL<

carrier, cy lag their sojourn there. i I d,of sport. today from Port S Id.


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TOWN TOPI CS.Mrs. I Undertaker & ll lld, t aln cr' : .i
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I iHcr.onar
tpr .,ac c. e c >,tJx. cu I 1300 A { I 'l

o '..,- aunt of. A.Mrs.L. Judge Meeker le| cf ser Homestead. H In the, I i Attcnllo ,tv c j 'all., .11. : Depository; State _of Florida r "

city, and will be.the giieM of her niece tDi i .
r and family for some tlnjo l yet. -Mr.- E. V. I JBlackman has been appointed ,t I J't! p, t5 tll'. of the Mur Ink I I &.. ....., THE

1.h went :North Bet 'rAl I
by Governor Broward a (de < r"
Co to Hughes & Crn any for seeobeans. ,egate to the National, : Good Roads Con wee g! to sl II\. the medLlcls I cifthel I I I

ventlon whtci; convenes In Jacksonville 1 nthal r linotype mac In First mtionlil Bank'
41 and e pro dent all an oper to .
on the 19th and continue '
West \1r nIanl now Inthe his! morning and wt I I I
Prominent through the jlst ret t...tp. ome j'j'rcsI1 '4
city:: and guests al t e' Royal Palm duti s in the :Sews Qm e. I I

for an Indefinite :Mr. and Irs.It tablets and ftationery fo ''I! I IL
Wa a surbu bnfl'h !
To 'xchange a
Spilman.Bse I ,
sale at J. jscreren's drug store. ,
;j for
near 'ew York a glut 6

J. E. Lummue BradleTa. ,fertilize Acen,i.. for all crops. Miami Mr. B.Printing-B.+!JTatum.: -Company president, 'left of la th pro t / I skid et 'ohs.S rounty. Addrers //'M i I lr'Hl'a TTTTM I ; I _I I \gMIAML'FLORIDA 1.1 I II a 1 I I \SWe

I I'I o o oto j<
for Jacksonville to attend the I
George B Currie, mayor of West night ?l 31r. 1\'. :s. Hull d
annual meeting of the Florida Bapth t'''
Palm Beach and C.jci Chilling*orth.a ta ed and se\.entyt1 acres r i
prominent attorney! also of the, Association,I which convenes in th; t, Ian t I "ey ..argo, forty a:rt1s f I '
I '' city today. | 1 ii i-
same place, came dowji this morning i, j whc In g apctruit and oran ls; s. 1i i

y on legal business.Tor This es s yen hundred ac f :i
-- Complete llue: of Watches and docks laD tl'' Hull/OWDS on the' key tine invite }
at Maynard's Optical: and Jews[} Correspondence j
watch n try Vaynard, huq and f rty of which II In :.el'r- ,
x Store. .Avenne D. thousnd'
obi Attune D. W accurst, pricNtwaontbla / ing lax bet J III have one //i/I/
[ fruit from this grove 'b with
t tWgllonlco's
A party of a dozen or more stud n raFjr and pe onal :
11 inte11ews :
orchestra, which furnished for Ransome's Pine Knot School sat '

Palm Cocoanut Grove, came down last Whit ..eghdr7ttl I
the music for the Royal 1e: ale rouchbred
from the north and will spend I a view to business relations .
e' Hotel last season and seasons before { Jn kenla, nine months old 1$0.Eggii > ,

'will'be down In a few day, or about winter In this most novel instltu, I' or hatching, 11 per doten. i _

the.Jut of the week and will again of learning,i iU I il i PoOl Farm Enterprise, Fla. r 9'E

take up Its engagement here. f I I! i
I yon want to rat a tarnished captain Fitzgerald, owner of the I i

Just rcelved the following. vaneties BOOM forth* ...... writ* to 1.H. hoV. xwt BonUs, accompanied by his I E IIOffioers, : : 4E.

Tatum 4 Co. real estate agents.;, famjjr and several friends, came In
of seed beans: Extra Early Refugee
i Refugee 1000 to 1.]Early Red Valentine ,' llught, from the North, and are BOW :: IML :Srelsfoxci, 1- 'President
( Rev. andjMns..Watson] Thatcher, of domiciled for the season aboard his
CurrIe' Rust-Proof Wax, and E":: A.. Waddell "
As Vice Pxes.Wi. :
spidio and comfortable craft| : .
m Waddell's Kidney *ax.- Hughes A: Co. Chicago, arrived last night and will
: be with MrJ and Mrs. Allan R. Parrish soo;|as the weather shall have become : 3.: Spitizer: I Vice Pres. .

s Mr. Chat P. Cooper, a well known until May, before returning to their stud r again they will get away. on a
4'I and rising young attorney of Jacksonville Northern home. This Is the fist visit, ft1 trip to the keys of the ower :EJd.i'VV": C. :Rcmfh., i' Cashier:

r has moved tot this city to make of Rev. and!:I Mrs. Thatcher to this city

his future-'home. He will acquire offices and section!, IiI Blscyne cod the newest d c&e1.1' ===f-: --Direo'tors .'. ----'-
|the of law
and enter upon practice '
Jon properI at: Uson IL Flje's US
If want to Improve your
at 9nce. j E. M. ELSFORD, President C. C. CHILLINQ3WORTH.A. .
ty and need to borrow money for the I
mmod re"Dick ajgh, G. C. FtUSSELL, Miami, Fla. f
Horse for sale; 211 Second street. purpose, try Ceo. O Currie Atl rney- E WADDELL Vfee-President
at-law. West Palm Beach. .281 w mmanded the Royal Pair dory J. E. L MMUS, Merchant I I j j 1 Real Estate.
last will'fill the same:
The street cleaning force Old good fi season HON. W M. H. GRAHAM, P I tUburg, Pa A.1
I j and I now P. ANTHONY
b again this reason,
a 1 work last night in leanlng up AvenueD The handosme power yacht Roberta, v'i, I Ib President Mercantile Trust Co.

.and Twelfth street, and thus doing of New York, with a;, party of sportsmen Ir engaged in getting his }hough crafts VIce-Presldent Anthony. Biro,. (l Inc.) ,
> I : ri| id and ready for services AI Pre ident Pph-Mck. A CU Railway. ei
.away with the filth and slush that necessarily aboard, which came Into port ( I M. SHANAHAN
I n f et arranged it is probal!e the W. M. { URDINE, Merchant. t
t" follows such a rain as that of some three weeks or more ago, left 'Ilv a 1
,, 'yesterday afternoon1. Let this method I yesterday: afternoon for Fort )Myers, hcti! company will offer the,Annual M. K. SAtSBURY Plttsburg, Pa. Treas, BlsselCs Carpet Sweeper Co

of procedure follow;every rain and our I and waters! of. that vicinity whereshe, cllpf i or the winner of a series ..Presit I ent Midland Coal Company.I Grand Rapids, Mich.
to be sailed, once a week { I
streets will be kept in a far more: will cruise.1 race l'l'dory VIee-Presldent
f sightly and presentable, manner. J n[tea sonlttdter.-! I I : ROMFH. CaahUr.WE t

Try the ,latst thing In,dried flab fertilisers art Oat belL i
r 'For Sale.-Near.tiaml; five acre*: ,
cod nyfa US
at Wilson
Bbcayne : ,
110 grapefruit trees; 6,000 pineapples, Pox sal* by i. XL Lammas. STRlcTL
P.' .a Box. 623. Miami. Fla. But very few mackerel are now being Dowie and party were among the
caught' the lower bay or closely, d r t igulshed visitors tat the }*acockI I i iI
The weather of> the past two I r I i
| or
Sa .
connected waters, the majority of the t Cocoanut Grove on II
three days has been so rough outside ''
boats having to go to Long Key'and A]special dinner was prepared 'or the I I BUSINESS'j
that all of the pleasure crafts and the I
beyond before they can make profitable P |phet and his party and asp an ex- I .

majority of fishing smacks lave re catches, but once they, are struck. e .ton of his appreclaUonI I>f thepresents. ,

roamed in port Today the wind blew the catches are as'ample and profitable *.nr ce at ',the Inn he themanagement .
stronger than eves; from the east, and as when landed nearer at home. with a presented valuinrday.- ........ ........... ti. ............. ........ '
was just about stiff enough to endanger '
i Including lace we rk and

Teasels any in passed going on close the enough reefs,. providing Inshore It yon ,want a nit of clothes mad c 'ifectlons from the factories t' Zion I.ti- ,,' ''I. : II'si i.
fit at
to fit JOG and guaranteed to yon <'
to hamper their working. i r'.
prices that an right go to BewalPsTailoring ,
-- l.etna dynamite and rappi les for I .
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Farmers wishing to borrow money .'Establishment 1&:by Lammas ft SewelL a I
+' should address Realty Mortgage Co. r : we Yet
Sheriff it
,Frohock went up to the corn skI Sag
.p West Palm r.iL Beach). Fitf" ty. rock arm last Friday to 'superIntend I|"lose boats already berth ed and .r
I li'h will compose in part thin Royal
t Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Paxton prominent the :proving of the camp to LIU ly
fli et the I ,
I' pleasure and fishing ? j iI .
tie Rlver.j where the convicts will be
citizens residents of Hono- 1
4" season are, the Juplti r. Capa -
In the and,will makean put to work on the road at that place.As rag /'
lulu.are Indefinite now stay jhere city Mr. and Mrs. soon;|''as they fnlsh-this work U Issaid Ross; Pocahontas/ 'Capta Chas Ball Den-: windows ,if you would be posted '
Klondike Captain
Paxton are making a-tour of America, tha hey will be moved to Homestead enlnole. Captain Jacobson; Clara, @ATCHllour styles and fabrics in Ladies' Dress
much gratified at their to build roads in that section.
.and are very '
Iptain Hughes; Edith Captain
outIng, they being; especially generous I have some beautiful designs "
Theresa Captain Warren; Inn1. i very Ain
In their'pralae of]the East, Coast and AT SEWELL-S TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. 01 Captain Brie Well; Myste y, Cap- Mohair: which come in regular dress patterns ; :
the climate of thl. section which they 227 Meloy; Zora, Captain Coo c; Hoor ,

r compare to that 'of 0 their native land.- The steamer Mi which getaway' Captain DeVore; Linnet, "aptainJensen.. and no two patterns alike. These Suitings at

If want fertilizers,'consult J. E. tier, and Daggett, Captain
you at 4 o'clock this morning'on! the first
will the flee during
her boats Join
Lnmmu. :agent tor UM old reliable run of the I reason between here and

-yBradley's goods. f4 | Nassau,i N. P.. broke all previous records (next two weeks. I RangWe in' price, from 85c ;:to '$1.50perVard. ..l

i fort passengers on the first trip hir Pet brand Evaporated Cream.

m ,Mr.tFrank Taylor, of Boston. Mass., by carrying thirty-nine, the majority Ich is the pest, combines purity with still showing' effects Women's Hosiery
Is among the many visitors to this section of wboml 1 were visitors. : The Miami t bness and smooth appearance. It are pretty! ;

who will probably remain through. also had ,considerable freightWanted far better than other brands claimed and underwear. '

s out the season. Mr.Taylor Is a cotton I lie "Just as good." Insist 04 baringAMA7TERQFHEIL7H 11
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+;l goods cmmissln merchant, 1 and having A good: steady hand fort j

heard of Miami and Its wonderful farm work. Good wages' and a good !i Especial attention is called to our Souvenir Department.
,resolved to investigate for irons for j I j
cilmate place the right man. Apply to J. "I
self. He la agreeably pleased with the W. Connell, Dania, Fla. References We have made an extra effort to have as complete a

,conditions that exist and is thinking of exchanged." > dw t I

locating here. )! line as possible'BURDINE +
: Officers from the revenue cutter: '
You can bar a'salt mad In font Forward'have been busy,the past two I 1 .

toys at Sewell-sj!Tailoring EstabUshB or three days Inspecting and examining I '
at M the registers of crafts and mas of
ter's licenses of:'the various boats on II
'Mr. E. L. Store and family of Morris the bay land river. In most cases it

A DL, are among the recent arrivals' Is said,;the papers were found correct, (' & QUARTERMAN\ -t

to Miami. Mr. Storr has been engaged but some few were "jacked up" and 7 .
In the meat business for twenty.seven 'I sent before the custom authorities to I

years,and[after looking over the secure :jpapers and have ;Irregularities '
r prospects of this city decided to engage corrected. I

In the business here. 'Mr. Storr I '. I ., .
m wj _._ ---
/ and K. M. Large have formed a part. FOR SALE.-Ten aero of good pins i, I r-
with Kllgour will ,Jacksonville Sunday oa the teach Geaevieve.
neat visitors now and .In.1) :
'lIer hlfand will# conduct a first-class: land, fuit, -claa for fruits and Tegeta- POWDERAbsolutely Among the prom .
here. The boat Is en route to
at the RoyalPalm the season Miami.
_ meat market at 1005. Avenue D. No- bleu west of Lemon City about a mil i Jn the city and, guests
G- and.Capt Myers will accompany
Mr. :
and Mrs. John tIe"l
tlce,ot,their opening appears among and a h&1t. and not far from rock road.i Pure Hotel are board to
fCineinnati. John Myers, of filibustering party on thefr'deettnaUoeSt --
q 3' the advertisements or.the Metropolis Will sell chea>>. Address "Land." can Kllgour. o Mr. Kllgonr : .4-
It elsewhere In this Issue.: Th. Metropolis.. r, I HAS M SUBSTITUTE i president of,the Cincinnati, surface li in town, having]arrived from i I Augustine Record. ,...N

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: rat 'iuwithout: alarming Mrs T ED TO RUN BOAT AND REW.I I ,
MORE DETAILS OF : Miler iet) ) much, as she knew that -
Mr.Miletr) was well! able to take care \
F tied Negro Mutinies On S earner ;: '
MILLER DROWNING of himsetl in the water and fhe ex I
., peeled bin to come up each moment ] I I H. B. Plant Monday, 40 Lots in Johnson'sAdditionI

with Kelti m yafely in bin grasp. I :I i
Finally the bodies went down to ris-
The Palm tJeaohJNews; of yesterday jlr:. Ferguson: eolored. Voa Irif'fl'
contains the following additional{ au'i t mi more und the horror stricken wife I li, re t'niirl! States CumUli iouerii

graphic ir.fonuatl.m of the drownuiK ; and moth-r. whu had hardly: tealized : r tp 1.. (;,rune yesterday on R barge! j

In the lake of batlplace. Thursday af- that they ere iu any Kerious clani. r >uliny bn the; high seas, a I was ,, ;I have been taken by! Investors within the Past Two Weeks
ternoon of Mr. C las. H.-Miller au.1 I hcfort'. 11hot''' that Ibey sere t lilliI'd to Jail to a\\nlt trial mforet

little son. which v as toliT'in the Metropolis druwllt' I Stales District Judge 1. kt>. I. q!
yesterday, and which has ca.itwo Mrs :\Ii ier unable to OIJl'lalf' th. HIt tf'nilll; when the a amE'r .
rtr<<..t And maj; y h-mr a in entrou launch po lee. drifted west wtrd; t'tl 1 letl Plant was about three III: 's out :.
auu gluvu!'. .,h. '.a.. al lilt half..a.\ bi tati win ftl q PI'li rpbnrg on the trt frolll I .
Mrs. Miller, wu b excited and almost alit aiii.. I tx'lIrred and the slio- t 10 the }laOlllN' ricer s.s the I

e distracted ro shed town Just before 111..r e.es H" heard by mO>l1'hef\ \ r Ttt Ila Tri'une.o'torJu60D, .ab ...0,. :i i ie1
: six o'clock yes erday evening, and \Ir.: Spear' 'r's ralljl'. "hOSt' houis I !;I oyed In the steamereat n the : I
brought the II.I'S. < f the accident. As' near the I he at that poiol:and they "n path amt held the entire 1 at lit i l 1 ,
if late had "decreed one of those In. i iu I' seat fur Ir. Spencer; and told him I bti>\ or several hours l lk ; ; .
lit'able tragedle of human Ife that I that Aunt n. was In distress (oil the I hen ('.11". Parks. In Comm nd oft Positily : :

without a word of 'amIDI urns the I lahto.Ir.: 'l"ul''r sad one of his em Plaul. :sas NlIt'f'tm fare ,.
f banquet hall into a Bath chamber and I pieties I lU..dilttl'l gut a rowboat! t negro passengers. Le: 1,,,,,.. "en.g I
t' comlngln smiles d tE'a18. Irs. 3111ler and went 0 Mrl :\tillt'r' a""lslanl'e. :\ .1 !In an altercation with np of I I'III I 1' ,
found Mr. n. S Miller, her father. They brun hi her ashore and returned I. Bud Ferguson Juned! lilt the I i I
In-lati sitting dow to a birthday dj'nier to the pain here Mr. Miller was ,last af r. tle.v.o" ordered away by Capt. I I I \
In the home of !r. Ben H. float rhen seen, bOIJi j g that he might loOSlIitlly 1'; a and piso by Engineer Ru sel. I I ,I' HI H- 1 1I -i ,

she'rubbed i t'lid tud tt. t.' have made ls wayln safely to shallow I way of retaliation, Fergus n secu I, ,
e tible awry that aim st EIlk1u! '. J., ... water and waded to a nearby Island. 11a stick& of wood and app 1 1Ching I I e x,'
(If the fond fatter.Mrs. Where the! scclder.t occurred the water )1 811t'\1\ (loin bt'hlnrt. knock hIm .

Miller sayS the accident IL is deep and the lake was very do IIlrll.in; him a number of times, I No more Lots will be sold in this
abe, Mr. Miller and Jf Itlle Kellum, were rough, but phe channel Is narrow and ..fl' p a ft q and rendering b"l0 neonac .
coming: up the lake n a launcn towing it was hoped! that Mr. :Miller had beef :, I trac at the original all
a lighter loaded h shells for atreetpaviDe able to make, bill way out of the deepwater t the mil II nC't'1 seined ai boat figures, r

purposes. ,The wind was high and, wade, a'shore. 81 nd kept the entire moll ,
and the lake unusually rough and asa As soon ps Mrs. Millar reached ,file un I rd ..tjbay.i Not a man 0" J8rd Lot have advanced 25 per cent and
was Mr. Millers, custom under such shore she took a bicycle and rode totown ha gunlaod' for a long tint the

circumstances, the lighter was attached to bring the news while Mr.: rid I I ado t as mpuarch'I of all bj: sur'e I are one'fourth down This ,
to the side of thi launch instead of Spencer and his companion continuedto v, I I I terms
behind ''it. and as steered the : search the! shore and islands! in the 'ling j 1IIIIIOhibie to secua 1 the I
I Ij will raise in val
launch he sat in ,th and attend- i territory of' the accident.. As soon as ne 'Ullt.,. Parks sathbed himself prof erty steadily
ed the lighter and Kellum was the news was I received in town, several wi teeri,lg; the Plant out If Its I
trolling. the parties left) for the scene to join Mr. co tow Ids the governmer.t rl lorts I ue and If you want to invest money .
Suddenly Mr. Mil: shouted "Look Spencer in hill search::1 Perhaps two at ont key with the stean1 that

here Bailie! and i turned and hours had elapsed between the accident we whc the ongl leer 'a3 attacked in something that will net ,' *
I a good
-' r looked towards hint she saw the and the time tha Mr., H. S. Miller 0 on coul.1 replenlbh the lire I
child's feet disappearing from the and the! party from town 'reached be' h th. bollel3. Ferguson having profit
launches' level all his little body shot he !scene and when they learned that that 1 ned be life of the fireman It communicate withMcAllisterBeck. . '

downward. Mr., Miller Jumped up Mr. Spencer bad searched the shore h 1 f mp\ I itod 1 I II .

prang' to the engine arid reversed It. and islands all around with no success, I n Egmont Key Capt. parka II
'r' threw off his coat and plunge in the all hope was abandoned and prepara- bl U a .'n lilies for a pilot and Capt.
lake alter Us child.] ions made jto commence' dragging: the Iashill Ion went out to It.'ehat

"r Mrs. }Miller who Mood watching the lake for thel bodies. t1I:I uble 811. lie did not have tow I .
life and death struggle of her husband Searching parties were. 'organizedand t ng a Ferguson threatened him ,
.and child says that; she could tell by went :down till a late hour last 1\.r 1r Is a e when he approached. J 1 .

\ the occasional glimpse of a band or a I night, but as the weather wen bad and Ca Wash ngton retreated In I good "
feiS foot above the wale that the little fellow the lake exceedingly rough, it was real- orr, to tb garrison and ref .reed I .

was rising and sinking and that zed that nothing could be done and wt be a;: mmandlng omt'er and. a .
Mr Miller, oho was-an expert swim with the exception of two or three, cn f ar "d rueD. j jr .1' < '

excited ] they returend to town to make prepare r h. F ntUlIOn tied Into tbej bold)I I Ib \1 ti
( I Uons to try| to recover the bodies this Ass lily hauled out and bound. 1

r' movements closely and was following morning. I II{ bro jbt to Tampa yesterday.
the motion of the body as it rose and : Before day this morning, a party arl vet to United States Dep.at ; .
a sank and was dashed to and fro by I went down !but found there was nothing t rsha John R. Willlan:si, with I
:- the.waves and tryiu'g to get bold of IL they could do and returned to get : trial resulting as 1f'fore

t She says as Kellum Would sink Charlie breakfast and. drags. The. griefstricken -,
; would: dive after him and, as the child's family are being rendered every p':1lfary,I a well known to theiTam-I Suite 4. No 320 One-Half 12th Street Miami. Florida

bodywould rise to the surface; the possible assistance' and the search for oJ on October 17, OO1' was I
Bian' would. come np with it. The the bodies will be kept up without : t jail for 30 days for diaotderlytb,44t
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bodies went up and down this way abatement! ; an resisting arrest. : '
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Lk r : "WV"e have bkiay' let: tire; p' OOn.1: ; r act

i I :for pdlvin.g: I21h; i'itree1; 4 I

in Riverside; 'from the bridget: the city limits..* Th 11ont act is to be completed1 by Jan. 20, 1905; we ha e also obtained the right of way from the city

'limits to the Gen. Lawrence road and expect this d l to liave been finished) ami 1 paved by the above dah There is a night crew on the bridge and .

vehicle! .J can" pass r over by Jan.! 20th, 1905.' Arr? ql :ements for sewerage ant water 'are being perfected for llth, 12th and 13th Streets. Now remem-

ber tha we will sell a few mate lots at 300 dollars f f insi le and 450 dollars for corners---we intend to make 5 this the choiee residence portion of the Magic

City Kemember that : we ever mac 0 II public has proven\ t ue. If you want home ber is. your chance. Easy! ,.Terms.. _,Money loaned to BulUers.;

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tr't t LJl. A PETITION, l e J eeeeeeeAeeeceeeeeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeceeeeeeeev o. 1

; 'Tbe i professions (' '' j : peel Meal testate bargains o

r., I fOR' A ft'An PARDON 0 ''nil I ''I 1 0

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V I:1 City i i: Groves j!I Unimproved '<)

-i.1i -- -- .... -"- rI r-- <) 1 x150, terms ... ... ... .. .3 200 10 acres 900 trees, on time. .. .$3000 10 acres pine.s 450. Fir tR21d' o '

Jattersn &; :E: r..g.. : Seventh .....$.800 5 o
: 0 1 street termi acre grapefruit bearing net to Title:
acres pine and prairie. .. .$ 450 ,
I f ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Old and Miami O 1 I'i $1500 yearly . . ?$4500 G
Interesting, 5 acres all hammOCk. . .. .$ 300 In.LiTrriool.-
prllCUce In ..I)court*,StAt aD4 Fe4eraJ <) ij -:1..S 10 acres land all hammock best I o
' ep.cial.AC1l1U..fo.'i mlnlD ["nd trtextln. :! Murder Case is Revived. : 1 acres rt-n.ce' 4'
: .. i I 6 I 'SCO In.Dade county, 3 acre* cleared, ';5 10 acres improved, 200 ;
, Lead Title j }
TO.ltuzbl.I Miami. Fla. ..... 5-r hous and lot Fourth et. .$ 850 2 acres In grapefruit, small baring fruit trees, 7-room o '

i I I'j" I house. all for. .. .. . ... .$2500or h use, pineapples, good rock o
P M. D- 'GOVERNOR JENNINGS REFUSEDTO 0 3.1 T wen ieth at. .. . .. S 250
T. SKAGGS. I 0 r s nad, cheap at. .. ... .. "'. ..$3QOO ; o
PARDON JAMES O. WILLIAMS 1 wentfirst it. Ave. D. .$ 350 easy termS J
OflK with Bed crol.I'liarm-"i.. 0 f acres 5 I lets Second street .. ...,, .$1900
tardoi WHO SHOT. AND KILLED M. D. 2 riot Avenue C..g 400 40 on Miami river, cheap; I
t; Kc ldrureMIAMI 14th IN 1902.> 1 I lit Twelfth street. .. . .
k saner Are C t I 8ARTLESON HERE 1 5r rm house and lot. Fifth st:1: write for particulars. -1-| $ 800 .

FLORIDA. 'S QQ each, bal. to suit. .. . $1500 20 l t Twe.fth reet.. ., 'j. .$ S50 o-
0 are grspefru.t grove, $3000 on 1roI 3st A London it
------- 3-r hous and lot $100 cash, >m house, lots corner., .. .$3200 0 ,,
I IDR. The Atlanta Journal of last Friday <) time. <.l..bf.I ,
J. )I. JACKSON, JR., ( contains the following whUh recalls I. 10 Pelr month. L. 1 I lok t: Fifth I street .. .. .. .. ., ;'....$ 500 Orient I Ins.Co. l.)*-
t4 tp ;t $300, $25 cash, bal. $8 22 acres pine and hammock on 7-ro m house and cornerlot
i a tragedy coi:iruUted here two years ( 2'i per Xorth Ame yican, t)
omc: j o h. railroad .. .. .. .. .$ 600 Tenth street, $3000, $500 ca&h.
or more ag"Prison i4: I X. rnderwritm, 0
:: {.JcKt.. ISCAYoIE BLOKAVE.1 D. j j I Com.nibioner Thomas "Easoni (., hous lot 50x150 $500 240 acres pine and prairie. ., $2500 Bay front 1 acre In city. ..?. .$2500 Hanover <) ?

'A1IA11L FLORIDA. i has just returned, from Florida where $5 first year, bal 3251 lSOO ,acres pine and prairie. .. .. .$4000 lot Tenth street Boulevard .. .$1350 UeruiaH t Alliance; c>

e, -R-R.E. CHAFER: 4rii 1 he spopt several 'days recently in an O 7.r1 tlland I I . . . ... .. .$2800 10 acres pine near city.S 300 4-room house and lot.,5, too :Xew! Hampshire, 0 'T 91
| : ... ,.$1800 I 10 improved, 6-room h.p...$2200 2-robm house and ...
"p I! efort to secure pardon for James Wil- Ipt, Twelfth' .t. acres corner lot. $ 600 Hade Co. Title' In*. Co. o

DENTIST., I llama, a Georgian, who Is serving a 0 I I <>

:tLe One, la Watxm Rulidln, eoutb.....ooro..r of life sentence in the Florida i>enttenI : Fu.rn.1snec1..or"n.f'u.rnl.sned: douse <> {.
.z Avenue I> cod 13th itrect.MIAMI. I formurCer. I I o
Uary : I yyeaor'enson..S200?, : : :JJOIT : :

,;>', FLOIRDA. I Williams is a Heitlsville. Ga.. boy, I senson.an.d.u.p. : .

art- H. r. ATKINSON f t comes and was from raised 01 e iu of Tattnal the most couc'y.He prominent' : 4 ''t I DO R.tN": dfcb S DINE: : 9 -A.eron.ts. o

ifATTORNEY AJ> LA'V.t families in that Section of the $tae. !! p t o
;. iMcltl ttcntton tlren to ronvcytnclnc and He attended $school at Gordon Institute ,III t:
Bsunlnttkin: ol Title
!fJ Voury f ublie ID Office. at BarnesvlUo' for: several years f.

rf Office la 8eweU BuU IDI. I j and was aery': popular student. ," paratln! ew 1 stances, and th..rl'rore his claim was not regular. The court
'.. MIAMI. j Shortly after 'leaving Gordon Institute .:. allth' more nuII"PRhlp the firs held that as the land was government I SOMETHING ABOUT .

n''R7W. 8.. GBAMLIKQ[ he was sent to the Insane asylum :: effort of io d alten .t to educate the nt'- propertyHackley't when the fort was located i

''i I at Milledgeville for, treatment. I gro has I to a use his criminal in- removal was proper. Hence THE IN DADE COUNTY

d PBTIICIAH AKD SCBOKOK.OrriCR While a youngser he had a severe fall i:: stlnctsT. 4 i Jp yeti to be proven that the conclusion that he never had the I ISLAND CITY( ,

\ : ix MIAMI TELIPHOM B'LDO. :I|froju the top of) a building which resulted with Ih mtnadt rare the product title and I j the contest was decided: In

l-r in an Injury to his brain and it I,I or the fIit'hools d&.s Dot furnish the favor of the other claimants, who also -
A- Hour from 0 a. m.to'" 4 p. m. ,. Is thought that he became Insane from i; largest 'percentage r of criminals. At occupy the property. COUNTY AND WRITES FRUIT

'.MIAMI, Ft*.' that falL least in 1 lie' 1 face of the fact that' the
After remaining In the asylum a Increasedecades 4' rime lias for the last three Speedy Relief.A .
year he was giv,n a furlough by Dr. ', tn' neck and neck: with the
I ] of th'physicians ONE OF THE MOST PROPEROUS *.
'a !/' OrnCX BOUBS: Powell It being the opinion increase! Interest and activity in naive that heals'wtthout & scar I.DeWItt'1 -
;: etBAM.ae. r. ,,. Le NCITIES IN AMERICA.
that was temporarily
OmCB Is FrtweU BBlKUu.tlSM UU 8L 1 public e< dcatlon,1|we tall to see anyrational !wItCh Hazel Salve. No remedy A staff correspondent of the New
>;. &&SU>UCE.lOa H,aear Boolevar cured. While on this furlough lie tooka rfpund for the conclusion or effectj such speedy relief. It draws
MIAMI.FLOBIDA.e trip to Florida:J and while at Miami I York Fruit and Produce News, after
I claim thi C the dissemination of knowledge out inflammation, soothes, cools and
shot and klUod-a man he.had never w1thdevelopment of Intelligence heal all !le'ata. burns and bruises. A trip down the East Coast and writingto

W. IARTZIiS,L;D, seen before. I I baa any [ appreciable and practical Influence sure cure for piles and skin diseases. Metropolis I Bureau, Key West Jan. ( his paper of ,the crops: conditions t

Eoncpt.th1a1:. He was arrested and .after a long 1 tfrductng vice and crime. DeWitt's Is the only genuine Witch -Many people ask the question: What and observations made in this section tsays
-" f-. :.,e fun.Omcs, : FrINeU'1IaIt41q trial wu sentenced to the penitentiaryfor Mind I 'oul, we :
Burn.sto4p.. life the plea of Insanity being public schools! could not be made an they are Idargerous. Sold by BiscayneDrug (
BCSJTl VITA AXD MlAJIIFUIBIDA. made at that time. He hat been In get thl'l'T? Why should one visit it? noticed quite an Increase In lbs
effective: moral agent, hut we do say Co .
OatopbOMM.., '
.t s)1 the penitentiary now for several What to be its prospects and permanence of beans in this
years not acreage planted section v
: they bar > bee made soMo any ap: j o arT
j! Jon B. FREDERICKI I and some time ago Governor Terrell preclableD!. ;Let us see to It that' A 10ng.r(01t- want has at.'Ian been ,for the future? but there ,are very few pieces R.

CIVIL ENGINEER >. at the request of j Hon. Tom'Williams, we arraiwSDj''f J i'to sec lire a better' finished filled, and i now we have a completeand Key West. the Island and city of'that over an acre. The tomato is the mala

3' AND SURVEYOR.Houry I of Rledrille, father of the boy, wrotea product, rbri our educational factories comprehensive history of Florida name are I .co-extensive'about one by crop'and nearly :all efforts are now being -

'" rnblie Jot BUM at Lama. Pacnl letter to Governor Jennings, of Flee: before '| ill th of civil written toy Caroline May ISrevard. '
, :y w c strong arm the miler In extent with rock foundation extended to make a good one. The-
uOStevovwrottoftVw J'rKM. .
attenttoi tlveMo Sab-DivKliM ida. reciting the facts In the case and
i ... I. law to, >pr assistance In gatheringraw with questions and an outline of acreage as I found it will b. aboutas
as the "Eternal Hills.
MIAMI. FLORIDA. urging his pardon so that he could be mat 'city.;I W* hare not yet passed Florida Civil Government by Prof. H. follows: "
. put back in the Georgia asylum. Hon. built ocean depths by Innum
the experimental .Iage-In fact It of the Florida State Normal Homestead section 50 acres
, 0 H. BICHMONIT. !. Thomas Eason .was employed to go "I the aSflld of tiny workers under the
a 8f we are just fairly cnterlnq'upon t begins discovery Perrine Station, 300 acres
r. REAL ESTATE. before the Florida pardoning board It; >: t us Hrst settle definitely, Jennings't and ends with Governor' an all-wise I Providence, Cutler! 200 acres.
y land the This Mr. Eason '
urge 'the \A I be of the mom good
G u parilon. upon hs schools can do to beneWOtllll -, administration.No ; Cocoanut Grove, 150 acres.
S.OCNT. PtjraiNE CHANT LAND COMPANY I did, but the the pardon. I from n
I free seUiuic disturbances
.:" NOTARY PUBLIC .. 1 1I fit socle j and liow they can do it, pro :Miami :300 acres.
.J;" -.iI. "sun AT LAROB J and! Williams will probably have to remain before w q liegin to trouble ourselves' More Stomach Troubles.All lecletl from tidal wave or overflow by Little River :300 acres '

JUTLEE, FLORIDA. I I In the penitentiary for some timeto about ..ktlnpul'JOr'i education If Dr|! stomach trouble is removed by the guardian, outlying reefs and placed Biscayne 100" ,acl'J'l! ;

1. I come. Sledd docs not know it, he ought to,' the use of Koilol Dyspepsia Cure. It wberT It will! rapidly become recognized Arch. Creek, 100 acres. "

::QZO. A. WOSLET, | I i I It Is understood, :however. that an that percentage of criminals Is gives thcj stomach perfect rent by digesting I as l the most valuable possession Fulford. .300'acrea. f r

effort will DA wide in a few months to Ui1 I I of the tjnlted States, pushed, as it Is,
LAW. I: ho'se section of the country what you eat without the stomach's Hallandale. 300 acres.
.,;,1--.:, OensralpcmcUotlsButca rwterslConrU.Afltaslniii secure another .,.rdoll. Governor'Jen where c< i PUISOieducatloD has beenlongest aid] The teal builds up the body I II'away down' within ninety miles' of Dania, 400 acres. 4 r
., t eatnuUO will .roost pronpi stRies nings Is no on the board an.Iit ) ': Exponen the rest restores the stomach to ''I Havana,;Cuba; looking like a little dot Fort Lauderdale. 500 acres. '
.. 'L that
k: Zr-.'.BoOdlnc ,*.D sad JaIl SU is believed the present governor !.!I 'I "I' health. I 0'1 don't: have to diet yourself on the map, near the meeting of the Pompano 100, acres. TDeerfield .
MIAMI. FLORIDA. of. the State. soul I favor the pardon. : when taking Kodol Dyspepsia waters of the Atlantic Caribbean Sea 200 acres. <
I ,
: 'I Hews This? I Cure. J, D. Erektne. of Allenvllle, and Gulf of Mexico at a point having Boca Ratone 50 acres.
.r; [" UCDXK8 j Williams' '
JAJ I The !crime trial nnd sentence greatest of e
We offer One Hundred Dolars Re- Mich., says: "I suffered heartburn and the strategic. Importance Del ray. 250 acres. ""'?
: ATTORNEY /LAND are still fresh in the minds of ward. foe!any case of catarrh that can stomach I trouble for some time. My, any In tl te South. Boynton. 200 acres .
residing here at the time of ,
{ COUNSELOR AT LAW.Ctmmtnttl Miamlans not be ,;vyeA>" by Hairs Catarrh.Cure.. slater-In-law had the same trouble and This c luntry having rapidly developed Lantana 400 acres. y

r4. .*dD.t..! Btuu i.". Ascat lot their commission and occurrence. It J u f!t FJ! J. Cheney a Co. i was notable to eat for six weeks. She into a great "wo'ld power" with Hypoluxo 50,; aereL c
Fidelity.. eat C After ]
*We, Uui undersigned have known K, lived entirely! on warm water. possessions 100 acres
WAOOII gored f Lock Boa a Jupiter
?i n of January 25th :1902, William, while '
fA VI, '. FLORIDA. J.Cheney- far the)last 15 years, and believe taking two bottles of Kodol Dyspep all the originally assumed Total of the I above named places '
drinking in North )Miami shot and killed hltt I J:perfectly honorable In all ala Cure!!ihe was entirely cured. She by heir in the thirty-four years, giving 4350. '

I'-MITCHELL D. PRICE, one Mart Bartleson.. a' drummer eats;heartily and Is in good health it perfect health conditions, and
from Jacksonville. \ bustnes Jnuisactlons and financially: now The acreage Is based on what la now '
I kny and I and glad to that Kodol gave rendering It extremely suitable forcigarmakingof *
and able to cajry out obligations made say planted and what will be planted few efr
Law and Solicitor His arrest trial followed the '
;, at '
Attorney the highest quality
his me Instant relief. Sold by Biscayne A fair estimate -
the regular spring crop.
latter lasting several days, an.I his at IbY tag good's established ouch
in Chancery.f Wai< I Klpnan I: Marvin, Drug ] its I having awide of the yield will he 600.000 to
....: flctehett$led I!, MUMI. FLA great torney and George continued, Worley.effort in making his be a Who esale if DruJ1gh I ; -i.
'atarth PRACTICE I I to many In less favored localities others
Hall's Is fakn internally while will
| 500 but without avail and conviction
halt a
directly cupidity caused them to palm
;. SEEDS carrying with It a recommendation ae Yr! upon the. blood BLACKSTONE'S TEACHINGSMr. I off whose theirInferior! goods under the! name not get 100 crates., Someteen. ,fertlllie

of merry |Iw.. secured. at the and mucous surfaces of the system] with more and! better Judgment that, y
Consumer court jr8timOhlats sent! free. Price 75 cents' J. C. Knox who has been studying of Key West. others. Some prune their plants
::From Groper to June of In the same year. 1 reaches vast
itSold I all in office of Mr. C. C. Chil- Her sponge Industry usual nil kinds of farmer
On the 25th of Jone sentence, committing per by druggists. ; law the proportions the of her "sheep'swool There Is as
GROWN UNDER MY Williams to|State's prison for the : all's Family Pills for constl; ling wort will apply to Judge Minor quality -some (careful I and scientific; others

OWN SPECIAL!CARE balance. of his.' ,natural I life was". pronounced ,J patk botl, ,I j I I'' J J 1 ''I S. Jonesl'' at Miami, next Monday for and and other her equipment sponges, being of vessels -lueky. t
J NO OLD SEEP. by 'Judge Jon, and aoon I examination{ for admlsBlonJp! the bar. Fear This and Next Month.
t :
the business the niont
outfit fur
and ;
boll weevil threatcaed the Palm Beach News. It must be remembered that this
thereafter he left to Wheat th4 nays ,
begin longservitude.1
: .Twmtietk Cmtiry Tomato Boot .,L5O per Jb Jils extensive in this country.
Was u4 Gras Beam u4 ...... UM p'.\nAMnM. 'J I tatton M the Government. went to a, There!Is no doubt about Mr. Knox If you would have the best conditions crop Is liable to be destroyed In a single -
JOSEPH t PFEIFEK. Public sentiment during the trial great delft or expense to Import th4 standinfd the examination with credit I : night. January and February ar* i .,

-: sun GIOKIK. and since, has ';favored \\1111amll. and J ouate fad ant !(to destroy! IU It I, being e with a bright: and receptive foryrltrar making holh aR to
ORLA! Dt1. FLORIDA. there are many here that have expres-j Pow Inkjrder for the liuvernment 'togo grind. and in addition to haying With just the results exact degree ce-sirable I flout of the grnw 1 era have youni t plants.

.\:1': I jed the belief that) he will sooner or Into i lamander culture to'proteci{ pursued his legal ntudlen diligently humidity for highest timing along at, all times under cover
The New River Drug Co., later be pardoned.APPARENTLY j the cot t\\) i prop from fire. under Mr Chilllngworth '.Ir several labor most readily accessible 'good; to net out at once In case of damage by

U. V. WILDER. Prbprletor.j .. ; ..:, months, he Is a graduate of the law shipping facilities soon to be increased' frost The largest,prop planter( Is that
'\. uk s., MeJldnes. Toilet ArtIcleS IT IS RATHERA j,t 'I I I f, Coughs'.r' and Cold. .l' I partment of the I'nlversHv of Ala an.llr you want to feel manly and business Independentj -, of T. J. Peten,| at Perrine. He will

Perfumery Etc.! Etc. RASH STATEMENT. 'I I All k1> Ig1rs! colds and pulmouar'! bnma. |t ; about starting your have about 20) acres. He also has
be bought whil-j buildIng -
to ;
omplat t that sire curable are qulcki Mr. K came<< to Went Palm IVact not seeking planted out at Guinea, Cuba, nhout, ISO
FORT LAL'DERDAc. FLA. Florida People, Are Not So Illiterateas I y cur One Minute Cough CU'i' several month* ago from his home Ir up an established. reputation come acres. His brother Is Interested with

Thla Would Make It Appear. lean ''Ihlp" draws ous lollator'maUoU Georgia; with a view to locating hen \p Key'e51. him over there and looks after that
i 4 ironcK. T i" ; ihi heal aDd soothes the afi to practice his profession If on invest If your have money for investment! In crop. T. J. Peters will probably remain !

t,. To'Whom It May Concern : : "Dr. Sledd then gave a short talk on'I ected p ii s, st engtheDI the lunge; gallon tie found a favorable opening a place!that Is bouad to have permanent at Perrine most of the season. f
the of and the country
advertisement stability as
:1t Don't answei vs tie
!wards Iq Irneu onla. Harmless anti friends during: hIP taking an occasional run to Cuba to
Having many
the Importance of school I made
0.Eo Davis, in this paper, regarding, a compulsory Itself. .ith ihe moles highly ni.rked
': lands for citrus frnite)or vegetable, law.. ;t'1f'a..n1! to tak Sold by llICayn+ stay here and rutirlndlng that then indications of "t.\Cp.meDt' Invalue see how things; are progressing. They

... : crowing,'unless yon want the best : .. 'There are,'' he said tea per ceDi. ,Drug ,tit I i was a bright! future for this sectionhe rapid will begin shipping from Guinea about
in thisdirertiu
..t lands.bordering on rook road near :I'' .. office door I *, is the trend of events '
I decided to decorate an February 1.
school house ant thickly! of the people 'over twenty-one years HEIRS' II III I : ,. come
Pf Miami, near HACKl: l : i point* IIIOHI Htrong .
1 settled neighborhood, at prices that of age in our ,State who can neither I 11 I with an :inviting: looking sign, readln Kt'Y'eSI' -
I to
.; .defjoompftltion. ; S9 read nor write.I I! Nine tenths of the I I :' 1' _4 _LOST DECISION I "J. C. Knox. Attorney at Law" Mr Key Vest ia not perfect otherlae Has Stood [the-Test'25 years. A
Knox Is native Georgian and Is connected
crime committed in State 1 is j I I
our committed :
Heaven but come
4 be
t It wouli spelled
\lDeducated. i'! Supreme Court Affirms Decision In the with some of the leading ram The old original GROVE'S Tasteless

4 W. ,C.MAYNARD, the people-wb by ; ) build the Why schoolhouses tax !I! 1:1 j: Fort Brooke Cast I II Hies of that State end of Alabama. H with pMsre-sshe: Ideas, ability energy Chill Tonic. You know what you are
I I iu'1 racial and see if we cannot have taking It 1 Is Iron and quinine la a
a at the expense, of the State If' I In an pthion by Justice Brewer, tbf. has the ,best wishes of his friends foa it soou wcouie more nearly what it 1.capableor tasteless form. No cure no ;psy. BOc

children will not go to school:' ".-,' Supremtl'Court of the United 8tate successful career. being made. '

Branson Correspondent i Timed-Union.: ,today decided the long pending; controversy : The train from Jacksonville wasm

Dr. Sledd has!evidently been either; Qpe I ,rtbe;I lands embraced In "the' PiNEAPPLE GROWERS. The lodge of Kalghts of Pjlhlas of re than an hour late today as a ressn't -

misunderstood' or misquoted, as no reducett Fort Brooke military reserva We have secured the finest line of Eustis ;U In a flourishing condition of exceptionally heavy travel A

JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.j well-informed man in his senses and tion" 4s.,. 'Florida? In favor of Cares, pineappje wraps ever fold In this section and a Jolly, good; time was had by Its string of fourteen cars composed this :

'Perfect fitting easy W ariD,. glasses with any regard for his reputation asa Hampton and others, thus tffirmlng and the prices are lower than members last Tuesday night when train five of which were occupied bi.g

r I are B apparatus great comfort.and large With' experience our extensive careful ,and, conscientious speaker ,the decision| of the, United States Circuit wraps have been old for before. the nets] officers were installed.At hotel help for the different hotels '

there is no guess work PTIOM rea- could permit himself to Indulge In Court of Appeals for the Fifth circuit Our lueaple' crates are made by t wiiith. The train, was .divided: here 'r

iv" aonahle. We repair Watches, Clocks: such a false and absurd statement as j he appellants in the case are the Bond Co. (Enough: said). Write Eustis. (owing to the failure of the into two nocilons and proceeded south ,

iJewerly: trade and asked Spectacles.for. orated I A portion on Avw 01'l'tlll' that nine-tenth! of the crime la Floe the heir! of Robert J. Hackley. who us for prices. Our representative will clerk and Inspectors of the town elec about ten minute apart the first i itiim ___ ,

sue D between mh and lith Sts. ida Is comitted by about one-tenth Of settled jlhe,and in controversy 182J.b
W. C. MAYNARD.J the population Leaving the negro out fore'jiej' ; { fort (:was established. He LnmOer Supply Co. silts, the j election will have to hnc held or I operator a>i a !umL-St.Aayustlna

..t\a\ hid.. of the qll8t1o +-ror. except in a com was dlsposseiised on the ground that"I I wit l Earn GaHle. Fla. aala. ..,. Record. .
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r SWAYNE CASE SCHOONER- IINELA -rGOUrBT COMMISSIONERS -yrslderatioa --thereof- and-prompt-+, yG.\V31ur tt. writing poll- sheets T,,2.00- -

CAME E EE thereon we are, M. L. Dellle, state reform school 37.50 DUELS AND DEATHAT

truly. Bond trustees, coma
on receipts
: I The : Printing Company | and dipurneuientt . . 41.16

1 UP TODAY BEFORE[ E Follow ,. tl< retirement of the oldljoar.1 By B. B. Tatum, President F. E. C. Hotel Co., lights for Jail 18.30'F. BEA TRIGE ALA. i

: olf, ) duty commissioner*. Janu- Pub. of ijally and Weekly Metropolis. a C.' Hotel Co.. lights for i, ,

OFF FORT LAUDERDALE AND' i court house .. . .. . 10.70
; arc :, i td h'" 'lx>.ird met the following Miami. Fla., Jan. 4: 19n5. "
WILL BECOME A TOTAL WRECK ,, I j E. O. Painter Printing Co., law ,'i -
To the lonorable Board I
:: :' .Iay. 'Ji HI i'< .!tng" of which are fur of County
THE', i i CoiutuiMiami. stoners of Dade County, Fla. i for commissioners. .. I
'I VESSEL. QishidOoarU f 1 .long by the cleru of the ''I 0f FIVE
.: 1, iI i j' : Fla: : G. A. Hay December salary. i<0.0 KILLED IN FORTY-EIGHT

I I'' '.l : I Gentle ten: Application! i Ii hereby.i i Jno. Fro ock, court work, . 106.31 1 HOURS-TWO FARMERS AND

I : J Mi j Flay January 3:, 1903.):; made to 'our honorable bo d y to have i i Jav. T. $agders. December sal | I TWO NEGROES DIE FIGHTING- '

i! The i3 of county commissionerswith the lIa1 1 News deelgnateM as thetoper ary and JJ days extra . . 85.6 3I I THIRD NEGRO AMBUSHED.

Chairman Palmer, of (Committee I The large two wasted schooner Un-" thik t. with I the following the publication o the lax I A E. Hejrscr. December salary I Ii

d mem- slIle fJ other r.olletos required i,. and sundries . .. . .... 3196 1
eta, hailing from New: by
Orleans bat
Presented hers an' ;vets resent: T. A. Win-
the i
Charges. i 1 \V. F. MJIIcr.$ burying 12.00
you g present t(>ar. ''f a"rard'i
owned in IVnsacoln, and engaged in meld, EJ timid, :M. R. JoHns John t'd tile wIrk it shall be our ndearorto C. H. Ra&lerson, commission on I Birmingham Jan. 1%.-A Selma special

bringing to this port the lumber from 'S..II t I n. (".. Tweilell ; J'-hn Fro rfort' hc same taitMull and sat I receipts 'land disbursements. 13.71( says that news of five killings J:_

the wrecked bark Zion, off Fort Lauderdale ;;; hock. tl] t I.' and E. C. Dearborn, i"C"'lOrll Henry )} 1kr. December salary | within the past forty-eight hours near
HEARING WILL BE LENGTHY AND Is herself ashore at that: place j' Ierk. : 11: I t respecttully, II II1 and sundries . .. .. 24.30 Beatrice Monroe county, has been received

t [ I J. E. Glenn, charity . .. there. '
MAY GO FOR and in all I Eo T. D'loon. 8.00
THE TERM probability will become a ; T. A: i'one.l( [ was elected chair-: I Cross -
total loss. fI I Pu ibher.lilaml Red Pharmacy, drugs for Two white men quarrelled at a wedding -

-GIST OF THE .CHARGES f FLORIDA The Unela, It Iill be remembered j dtaa off: ourd without opposition I.I na. Jan. J. 1905.Hon. 1 poor firm .. . .. .. |405 and both are dead. Two negroes
I bo 11I1 of M. R. Johns seconded' J. W. Ives engaged in
goods for poor duel
JUDGE MUST FACE. farm 2.93 a with pistols
came here in November over a
belle with a of lumber from Carra-Iby f E. I 'f uncK, W. I. Metcalf was I. IMxI ''d ot County !' Geo. W. Myers:! electrical work I game ,of cards, and both are dead. ...
cargo materialfor Dade : I
the plat.11 i I ruination for attorney for;, unty. t1a.: at Janf.. .. . . . :8.SO The fifth victim Is a negro, Identity
-'t Halcyon Hall Hotel. After finishing 'I Gentlemen! 1
I : On behalf of fi. South
'tI her charter for this work, she ,the boa.1J I The vote on motion was] Florida ke.'Ord. II. F. Sc'ruugs, cleaning sewer 125 unknown who was ofund on a highwaywith t
I o I as fOI o1$ For Metcalf. John' T..e-j we respect111lully! ask Red Cross Pharmacy drugs for the top of his head blown oIL His 3
was chartered *
Washington Jan. 12.-The y Messrs. McCrlm-I that that
t'' case and '#,dell, Di : and WloO(>Id. Against paper be dentgnate, as the Jail .( . . ...... 4.65 supposed to have been shot from '
against Federal Judge Swayne of the mon others, purchasers of the official the
o.pn'of county, promising
Ietralt .
Sehn eU. W. I. Metcalf was loldor COhen. blankets for Jail 10.20 ambush.
northern district of Florida againstwhom lumber In the Zlon and has since been declaredeCted to discharge the duties thereto .
and the incident T A Winfield
following res.olutlon per diem and I
the Senate investigating engaged in bringing It to this port A
committee 'bf a s adopted by the board: accurately and promptOur mileage . . ... .. ".. S-20 ENDED IN MISTRIAL.
r found seven charges was called fully two-thirds the cargo having charge frr this service will be the legal
Resoh' ,|That the compensation of E. H. Dimlck. same ...... 11.20 i -
been and
la the Senate today Mr. of removed brought here. fees Tor the
by Palmer I of
publication all legal
the coudse'' for the board shall be M. R. Johns: same .... .... 23.10 Damage Suit of Waddtll vs. Tuttle
Pennsylvania! The Investigation of According to the first officer of the I notices but will ?! the
; we publt.h
i was'' $300 pel innum, payable quarterly; > E. G. Twedell, same ... ... (.00 Finished Today.
who in
.4 the case promises to be lengthy and command of the proceedings of the board
; full and
for 1iI'bk compensation counsel shall [ W. J. Shone, tn'... Int. and I I
may co over for the term. vessel Captain Wilson having gone to make After having ; ;
no charge
business render hi 4"4 services. by his attendanceat therefor. j sink .. . .. .. ... U3.J9 occupied a portion of
The charges reported by the House Pensacola on the vessel wenton ResjxKtfuIly. j fund.1' Monday, all of yesterday and up to
,T the regular and special meetingsof Board nrned to meet at !1200!
the beach Lauderdale
Judiciary Committee, and upon which at Fort Monday noon today, the jury trying fhe
boor LaSalle & Stoneman. as-
the ; give such legal adviceas p. m. I .
r Judge Swayne will be 'tried, are as night her anchors beln insufficient hi called i, I sumpRlt damage null case of E. A.
may for by the board; On Ion : ,
to hold mo It was ordered I that the j I
follows' her against the wind Waddell vs. H.E. TutUe receiver.
and preiaJE contracts! and such legal South Florida Record be. RUSSIANS REACH PORT SAID. Jn
: 'the designated
The which blew from .
first article declares that'Judge eastward He was I I the circuit court, and In which dam-
'Charles Swayne In such a position that he papers i *t ; re necessary to conduct ss the official organ of the! county. I I
a on April 29, 1S97 at not ages were sought In the sum of $1.500
,the gene r I business of the board. In Commissioner Se'rll voted'"no",' Port Said.. Jan. 11.-Rear AdmiralBotrovUiy's ,
Waco, Tex, presented V false claim make sail and'''',rk the vessel to sea, ltra to ended In a mistrial five of the jury
.f ,
I SecondRussian
case of > services not pertainingto motion. 1 1It division of the
against the Government in the sum of and she was driven on the beach going I i I favoring one amount and the othera
board lie-lines he shall be allowedhis Pacific entered ..t
squadron the
$230: knowing the claim!! to be false hard aground, rrd with tho break. was! ordered that djiplljcates be smaller amount. '

The copy of the certificate made by ers wa&hlngovel- :' her. he crew man- trav liiK{ and necessary expenses Issued cot warrants lost by W. I. Met- canal acinoon today. The destinationis This was a suit .which. Waddell
and for ,t legal services In litigation but It Is probably Madagascar F
; IJ calf.as d scribed In his letter of
aged to reach the fchore and November
: Swayne Is given In which he nays that are now I sought; to recover a commission for
for or aj alast the board, he shall be !, by\way of Jibuti French Gom-
+ 1904, which follow
1 at Fort Lauderdale. i
; for, twenty-three days "my reasonable allowed 7f : the sale of certain property In what lar
+ 'expense were $Z30." On,th1l account The vessel was reported today as ; reasonable compensation West Palm Beach, Fla Nov. 1904. allland. The warvblps ire permitted known as Fort Dallas Park. Major

lie Is charged with a high. crime and having settled deep! In the sand wlm .therefor.Ilr I i Hon. Board of County Comm ssioners, to take ?nly\a thousand tons of |foal Abrams, of Jacksonville represented! '
On It ordered that aber1R each and provlslonxCOTTON
11I0 wait .
misdemeanor. the seas washing! her. decks, and in a a 6Ortzed notify Dade County, Fla.: I 1 I the plaintiff and.Patterson and Erwin '
J. C. Burtasbawd
Article 2 relates to the charges of fair way to go to pieces. She had on Dear Sirs: While North last summerI ,: I of this city, the defendant

"110 a day while 'at Tyler. Tex. when board about forty thousand feet of Irroduce the registration lost tree Dade county !warrants k i ACREAGE_ REDUCTION.< t

i his expenses were less and alleges lumber when driven on the'shore, and I books ofEftb} county to the hoard for which I had cashed. Two I had registered Ala A DISCYPLE( OF BLACK8TONE.j t
j the of : for I Birmingham,. Jan. 11. I
purtaoMei drawing Jury list : Reports
w .that he obtained. money from the Government on account of the heavy weather hasDeceived : wit$i the treasurer. No. !G 590, for .
Court from various Alabama
Se..ell "DO" sections of
1906. slooer voted
by false pretense! no assistance whatever. : : $S. and >fo. C615 for $2.96.: The other that \ C. Knox, of West Palm Beach, Ado.
3 Article 3 contains similar charges, The Linda was an old but staunch 'to motiopl I i iI I for fl*, U net to J. E Glenn In July 1 show the farmers and others] are 'mlttcd to Florida Bar. t
I The citric was ': ordered to ] interested In the cotton,'meetings in
but cites another occasioi.Article vessel of a hundred or more tons and have not got the number oft I wish / -

-> 4 charges Judge Swayne with was seaworthy In every respect a statement |of the; county finances and j you wou Id kindly have issued<) dupli, j the respective* counties, and are ,jtak- Late yesterday afternoon and after
i ( BaraW jrith the board at their next ] Ing steps to reduce this year. acreage '1
1 appropriating to his own Sue. ; without though a series of accidents have followed I 1 cates of the above and oblige. I will': bating been put through a rigid examination -
meeting! Ik! and hold,jthe cotton on hand for higher
: her ever since here make affidavit to the above If need be..1| aDd '
-"I'" ,,compensation to the owner of a car coming and by Messrs Price Gautier,
Petition C. N. Newcomb for per- prices The reduction In acreage .proposed
belonging to the Jacksonville, Tampa engaging In this ;pork. In fact nothing Yours respectfully. j as to his legal quallZcations: Mr. J. C. i
x) It Key West Railroad Company: to but loss has characterized events since mit to ,Mtih a manateee la Lake] I|I W. L tetcal(. Is .about twenty-five per liet.'I Knox of West Palm Beach, wayadmlt-

If. 'transport himself, family a/ld/ friends the Zion went on the reef First of Worth, 'I fo| jcxhibiilon! purposes: was Application', of Wm. F. Koegler for -- } 1 ted by Judge Jones to practice law In
received| and condition I ACADEMY OF MUSIC BURNED,
granted, on
"' from Gnyencourt, Del. to JacksonUle.ITa the accidents was the loss of a large that beitfUase' "' said manatee In the permit toj sell liquors, wines and beerIn I i ____ I IJ I I r all the courts of the State of Florida. c 'k

.', ,' the railroad at the time being in barge valued at $2,000 and engaged by election district No. 10, having J I Mr. Knox, it Is, said, passed a most
] Chelsea Mass., Jan. 12.-Fire) early I
spring. If f '
the hands of a receiver appointed by the purchasers of the lumber to bring j advertised, according to law' and no I creditable examination, this fact being
The following communications were today destroyed the Academy of Music
Judge.Swayte, and that[as Judge allowed t here, which broke loose from the objection* filed same was granted. reported to the court by the examln-
recelve4and ordered spread the and damaged the Hotel Savoy adjoining I
the credit claimed by the receiver wreck and was dashed to pieces on the : on It was rdered that M. Mlshler\ be [I era. Immediately thereafter Judge x
minutes Si ,' and causing a loss of $200.00. On
: on account of necessary expose beach. After this comes the Un ell. .MS I appolnteilj: as engineer of the county fireman ['Jones signed the order making him a e'

:'< la operating the road. Where First she grounded off Cape Florida West'film!' Beach, Fla, Jan. 11905., road roll rs at a salary of $3: per day was seriously Injured and several full fledged practitioner at. the bar of -41

'tore. Judge Swayne Is charged with an I while In-bound; ;remained there two or To the| jtoaorable Board of County' while In actual service, with& --rollers, falling others glass.ADDRESSES.were hurt by smoke j'and : the State of Florida

.abuse of official power and a high misdemeanor. three 'daysand, ![was pulled off with Commjfeiloners' I I jot Dade County: 1 and that G. L. Chandler be notified 1 Mr Knox was a graduate of the law

i ( considerable trouble and expense. On Gentlemen: We tfeaire that you' of the ap ointment of his successor.It 1 department bf the University! of Ala

: Trip' in- Private Car.a' the last trip she{met a blow and had con.lderi: I our tld for doing the of-:,. wss ordered that J. F. HInton COMMISSION. [:j \ama, class of 1$03. and shortly thereafter #

Article charges. that h'e appropriate her foretopmast Carried away, and lost ficlal printing for,Dade county for the be retained In his prasent positron abridge I moved to Palm Beach where h*

V.., ,ed to his own use the same car for a several days while? a new one was being year 190i| lit you will designate the tender; and that Q. A! Hay be On Opposition to the Government,Fix- has since resided and where he will
'trip to California .and the same alle- fashioned and rigged, and now Palm Beach: Daily News u the official retained ks janitor of the court house, 'ing Railroad Rates. make his future home and espousethe

'\ gallon against him Is made.. Article comes the third] accident which will newspape| if your board we will both at the same salaries as|they are Washington., Jan. .-Samuel Spencer practice and teachings'of Blackstone '

.*.,,'charges that Judge Swayne did not probably end In her hull and timbers. agree top nt the omclal, minutes of' at present receiving president of the Southern Railroad The Metropolis wishes him

$ :acquire a'residence In the northern becoming historic among the wrecks. your meeUegs without cost to the: It was! ordered that Commissioner authorized to speak for the New success. I

:| 'district of Florida as provided by the on the lower Florida coast I county.; !arid j will make you a discountof Wlnfieldbe, authorized to appoint a ; York Central I rte, Milwaukee &;, St. ', r. ,

.""statutes saying "he totally disregard- -- +-+-- I fort |per cent onall legal adver-i bridge tender I for the bridge over Paul, Northern Pacific,. Illinois ,Central PLATE-GLASS; COMPANY. .

;> ed his duty" and willfully and knowy LEGAL I INTERFERENCE. tlsement, ,;!published and whci( are to river at Fort Lauderdale and Ne"l I and other roads, spoke vigorously -

: ugly violated the law, and Is guilty of It has 'now' '[ developed that 'on be pald|If'| ,,bv the county. appoint keeper of the county poor I(.i today before the House Committee on I.I.i St. Louts, Jan. 11.-The immense-

';va: high misdemeanor. the statutes of the State of Texas I Having of) the most complete I farm Interstate Commerce against the Cooper plant of the St. |/>uts Plate Glass Co.:,

'Article 7 alleges non-r sldence. and, there Is a law which makes It a misdemeanor -t i offices 4 i the state of Florida .we are!' A warrant was ordered drawn in Quarks bill or a propostloa to au- 'east of this city was partially destroyed '

A L T' carries the period ofresidence for a farmer' to commit sucha 'In a potIon! to do all kinds of blank* favor of the E. O. Painter I Printing thoriz the' .commission to fix railroad by fire this*morning, entailing

.& from July 23.1894. to January 1, 1903, crime as burning cotton, even though and boojt i [work. and at prices u rea- Company] fir $24.50 for books pur- rates. I j 1 1i a loss of $230.000.:

$ period of about nine cars and alleges the cotton be that of his own production sonablej a.'"you will find elsewhere, chased of< them. i His remarks; were regarded as;: the Nearly five hundred employees will

j'>. a violation of Ian and mlader and the property, I of no' one else. When yi if ,are Inthe{ market for anything -']I Tax A bsessor Ceo. O. Butler was I keynote of opposition to the rates fixed be out of work until the plant can be '

.meanor. t A case is cited of' a farmer carrying In lie line of stationery or legal authorized to purchase township maps I by the Government repaired and rebuilt.

Malicious ImprlsottrnentTt a load of corn tuba Texas market and. blank work | would be have' -------- t
glad to
we for his office, same to be paid for by --. --'-'---- -- '----
.Article 8 charger.-that J"on the 12th on learning that the price was so miserably an opportunity to make you bid on i the county.} .

'!'say of November. '1101. at the city of low, u ne considered It, he lame, and believe that we can save The following bills were Approved

.;i. Feesacola, la the county of Escambla dumped the produce Into the river and the couqi if money: If yon will give us' and ordered paid out of the general

*1>' ,to the',State of Florida, [he did mall- returned home.sheriff The next development this work| Hoping that you will give, fund. j EverythingTo

> dourly and unlawfully aajndge runty was the had him In custody this matter due consideration we are, Wm. S. Hill, Inquest J. H. f3.00
; and ; and later, he wu fined for what : 'I Mars
;;r of 'eoetempt.of court Impose a Verf truly yours, J. C. Cook, witness Inq. Mays 1.00 ,

<.. T ;to* of $100 upon and committeed to the' law had made a crime. Really, It :j|| Dean Publishing Ox, i E. Slaughter, same. .. .. ..).r.. 1.00

ft:, prison tor a period of.tea: days E. T. Is a pity that those' State. In which Joel.A- Dean, Sec and Tread 1 E. H. Pub. sama..I.. LOO : Furnish

f. :Davis' an attorney and counsellor at,3aw .some over bthuslastic farmers. -who Pub j,Palm Beach Weekly News i i W. B. 8p ers, juror Inq.. Mays''; 1.00 a HorneI
for an alleged United contempt .of ,thedrcnlt'coort not nave such been burning Ia.... One cotton reuse consider, Have .{'Miami Fla, Jan. 2, ,1905. I W. R Wanton, same ... ... .I I. tooL ''j i ___ I
'fi of the States, sadi:1 may .
: To the HOB!''Board of County Commissioners A. Cooley. same .. ..f L. 1.00
that the cotton he has labored to raise .
entity of an abuse of Judicial power j, foeDde" ;, | County, Fla. I j R. E. Watson' same . .. i. 1.00
misdemeanor Is.his own, and:; no one else>has to do f .
? and of In office. .
a Ugh Gentleman: Application Is hereby O. H. StQley, same .. .. i. 1.00J.
$; .Article_I. Is the same[as article t, with It It migbt( appear so; but there made tojjjliave: the Miami Metropolis:, M. Stanley,, same .. . .j. 1.00 t IF there
and are lessons given us from the past
.. except that the words "knowingly I
they Wm. S. Hill. Inquest WalkS
the In which
designated: as paper ;
which teach tbe!theImprovement of that
vusliwfulll"'are used characterize.. advertls 1''djllst i, of lands to be sold for. Shapicleford . . .r.) 3.00 ever was a i
which we II Three men once were ,
'bl IB finlnR and Mr.
f act" Imprisoning ; unpaid I j i ifes for the year 1904, shall E. M. Ralib, juror Inq Walk

J{:.vanair'Arttcle.1&Is. given a certain number of talents each. be pubi ahed. This paper has been' Shacklpford .. . . .. |f. 1.00 time
All recall what was the result of the ;
the same as article 8, : Known ai[ the Official County Paper J D same . }f. 1.00J. {
slothful servant The farmer has natural
"|f except Simeon'Bt'lden Instead of E. T. | for sonir'years' and owing to ltd very A. Wilson, same .<.. .t. 1.00T.

4';: Davits;and article II Is the same. ari .- talents which forlthe.season! assist him' to plant extenslrei Circulation among the peoj A. Prifu, same . .. } LOO to buyture'at furnitur Ot.. fllrni. .

;.Vf.i:tide 9, except that it relates- to.Belden and provide '' when he pie of I th | county, as well ai among 3m. Moriler, same .. . k. 1.00 right prices'! -it's L

yisteaa of Davis.. 4 4TS 1-1 I| has to live by what he has made the II I i lent tax payers It feels R. A. C cIt ir.an, same .. f. 1.00BenStowWa v;: new. And if there ever
The last'.rtcle alleges .an:abuse of I!I and the prmtucklralsed I[ is the Interest note, witness, 1.00 + wa,. a place ti> get the bo.t
askldg same
that It be retain]
that be committed I.l |I on those talents, for it must do him- warrants, j7 I k. : ,i there _all there is--it'n a4 -
-.1Idlclal'power.la . w
1 00
.. '| self and others: good in some If Nl by t body as such oft Fritz Pn'IPr. same r. I + hero. Come in amt let us,
O'Neal way. I
-yr. C.. to prison for: sixty days i j jie. 'I It is neccasaryitbat i the laws have to Hclal lli' Further, in view of tho E. W. P icb: same . . t.f 1.00 I TALK' IT OVER .: :: :: .. t

for an alleged. Dumber district i Icancli | .1It1 of the county, ann ] Wm. S. till Inq i'o: Allen. t f. 3.00''Ij '
I Intervene force -
190 and he follsh to make
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court at Pensacola. 1 tlon Af the value lhpaper I S M witness, Inq Go
con!; ; yto <
most of their then j
talents they
:t which the committee hcids to constitote ; \ sc f of being known as th< . . |t. 1.00
In office.f j should do DO; in.t the Texas law is 3- { ,
high misdemeanor t recommended >o Georgia r.nj Oklahoma 3fficlal i{!,>air, It Is hereby agreed tha 1 J F I)FfzIer. Juror Inq Allen j. ],00 -i lf'

I tttIf It j | awarded the publlcatlol C. L. slime . ..1'j. 1.00'' .

1 >f sh4tle jt i: the payment for mhlclIs Jos. Jennings same i

'- I .Richmond. Va--, Jan. .12.-The Sn-l ] i State and not by th J. E. Jeffries// same .. ..J. 1.00 I I i i JJt 4

All persons concerned will take notice preme Court of Appeals today refused] county] t l1't, all legal notices emanat W. T.' +'nwera, same . .t.| 100 : -----t t I ( _

that six months after date I will : to 'case honorable body durinx A. J. Flowers, sam! .. .J.j 1.001 .
grant a writ \f error in the ng .7 yo'ir I -- --- -- -- -
present my final accounts and'vouch- former Mayor McCue.. of Charlotte he yei1!:|.\9 05 and chargeable to theifeountyj H. C. I1 od. M. D.. lunacy Mary j =

ers as executrix of the estate of John vllle, convicted of wife murder Ofj shill published' absolutely Douglas . ... ...... i. ZOO'' : -. .

4 JIayden." late of Dade County deceased. sentenced to be hanged'January 20th.Mrs. j tree.. oil 4Including the official! proceedings B. M. Potter, same ..H .. .. 4. 1.00 l --.---" --_ -----
.,to the ,County judge; of said I Sat' your l>oar
county and pray for my final charge+. E. A. Adams and Mrs. 'E.. F.Griswold .!fi i" .Beliejiiij ,thavthis; proposition to W.' B. Rih, M. D., lunacy Mary mi a

f .a-* executrix' of said estate.FLORENCE ,- prominent women of Asta-leave toj the;taxpayers of the count I MaHo .... .... .... ...1.\ 2.00P. !. FuRNI IIY E J

; J.UAYDEN bums O.' have arrived In 4he city and 'the monejl a ordinarily, expended In.legal T. Skaggs, same. .. .. .. ,. 1.00 _-

Executrix',Estate of J. J1', Hayden- De- will be' with Captain; and' Mrs. K. M.: adver4stng, win meet with yourapproval I [R. J Mothers, same ... ..; 1.00 "The House That Treats You Right"

; ceased. Large for the) winter.at their home I Wm.
a| the representative* of the S. Hill drawing county

'. .j January 12. 1o;;. | _.U.6m 1005 Arcane D, people|iria!asking TOUT favorable coo- j I court jury .... .... .... \1. 5.00'ft' h_- : ,,
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I General W. B. Shaltuc, of Cincinnati, j With the 0 thej Royal Palm iII Alexander
knowsthrougl If
Pat- With he/ and
All that was mortal of the late. I flag} and penants flying ready willing efforts are productive
1-- who is spending J-he season here, is ;I j I Hotel ,; 1.I I [;ht. !the season )out the world as "Prophett
.j tick L. Far who died lallFrlol,1y night I and bearlug two Med and happy souls, of successful results, as th-sy
M of:"pulmonary affliction alter ji short just in receipt of a letter from W. C.I was oftclally jj| figuratively opened I Dowle'l foundef of Zion City and ex t
[ the steam generally are, the residents of
Alltpreparetion lending )yachtxesta of New York Miami
,lfneaa. was laid to rest today at 11 Rlnerrson, G. P. A. of the Queen &; \\to this end I of the I Dowleite ,faith accom /
i o'clock In'the city cemetery, surround- Crescent Route, in which he says that I I have been' completed;! by Manager Mer- panledlby j James E. Peters, master oftranepQrtation own by Mr. and] !Mrs. M. J. Lawrence, add the thousands of visitors from an 6

$ ed by'a'large gathering of lOiro''lng'f11e1 the weather, at the time; of the writingof rill and. his. asiq6thuts| land from 1 Indications land railway service of of tlevelan1.? 0::, steamed into port parts of the country and''world, who

if da and grief stricken relatives. the letter, January jl] is zero there, preser: [ana paBtJ, tha season Zion, CIty| and pn
and that he envies those who are fortunate proml'ts, to bt ijie pest in the history followers of his faith and staff rolled
|1 JKTbe coretg formed at the familyresi- '' ( off the moii'.h of the river. pleasure and occasion of witnessing a
the south side of tho river, enough to be down In this good 'of the'State, a p section, And Ills predicted Into; Miami Saturday last and spenttwo.days 1
4eAce. 011 was of autoboat ,
Everything comfortable races on Biscayne
that tn I house will be 'in series
rftxtd from there' wended, its war to the I treat taking the sights of tit
: of tho Holy Name where the I'I'unh I land.Mr.. Rlnearson writes that he will be filled much esr ler ['than ever before.Airesd'y ; ,I i I'city I i I I and glad aboard, and Mr. and Mrs j Bay during the early part ol February

Catholic services were! conj j Iin Miami on February C, at which: time the! :!jt;!'[is well filled with The I visit of: this noted If not/dis Lawrence were [congratulating,: themselves -{ that will be second to no content of the

by Rer.' Fathers Kcnnedjf and a meeting of the General passenger: ,",sltorll' ;''and, t 'ports from other and tinguished personage to Miami Mime's' upon thei}, tare arrival here and I{ kind ever held in the .n.

-ScCreary, the former coming .down I I Agents of the various, ';roads is to be all resorts ani [j pieces on the East as a general surprise to all, and so the many pleasures, and recreations In I| | or car- ,

HitromAVest.: Palm Beach especially to held here/and that he Is anticipating Coast I I innoulftHh! same conditions.I carefully has his l actions an /travels I arranged

jipreside;: ,, J I I with pleasure a fshing'trip with General ""-"-> ithe -.hod.#'or the coming .of, beep Covered that It appear /be journeyed store for them, when a telegram from to take place on Lake Worth (Pa'.a

.if'1 ',The floral offerings were numerous, !I Shattuc In his new boat our vlsl\tors t t4 lie,State began sooner! ![safely to Miami without, being Citra, n the West Coast was rCeiYed.1 I I Beach I ) under the auspices of the Palm

W",, eantlfnl and appropriate the JoccaTt !I Mr.. Rinearson add that, -"Florida th4n ritual\,i it I ts" not presumed that It: interrupted or! his prese ce having divulging the,, heart-rending Beach 1 Power Boat Association fro 11

: i The singing was especially good should be filled up, from the immense will mpan the fir! arller departure. In, been discovered by new paper men-- tion that Percy, their sixteen 11Iforma-1, February 1 to 4, inclusive after which

;u4 the- services throughout' appro* number of people we' are tending fact,' the beliela! j Is'general: that their those creatures, so utter y dispised andclassed the schedule Is for an endurance race
son, had beep instantly killed at that |1
ate to'the memory of one 'soj well there, the largest number by far up stay' will' 'be3]i tiger, as, many have" ] as "dog$" b/ this would-be '| 01'' the crafts from there via Miami t

4 favorably' known. The following' : to this time in the history of the road profited by tnp experience of returningto Saviour of thej world; -However, this place by the accidental discharge of1,, to Key: West and Havana with prob-

iaUemen, officiated as pallbearers; I Miami will extend< a'cordial welcometo the!rj NO leriu homes before the matters not and! does not alter the a gun In the bands of a frienll'J I ably races at each of the latter places. f

."Chat H.'Garth ide,'J. B. Relllj).|G. A.I the (L. P. A'.. when they come down, winter lb&s: fu Z'aeveloped into spring,. fact that Mr. JDoVie! is here, and beyond The shock swooned was so severe that Mrs.. riy this arrangement Miami la cut out
and medical
on. E. B. Thompson 8. It and Ills safe to say that the Q. ft: C. and that they u jwUf} not take the chances this reality/the Metropolis Is unable Lawrence assistance of, the contests, but )Ir.' Morgan, man
and Kirk Mnnroe. The 'inter-{ boys will have an (specially good of the 1! past i bvj' Returning before the, to enlighten its readers to any had to be sumnlone
In charge of Undertaker W. :, time with General Shattuc to look after snow 'an'd Ice! | has taken his departure great extent 06 the purpose of the visIt aged father was also griefstrickenand to have races here, and has Interested g ,
.went was I ddhg his flooded In tears, but together .
.e F.'Miller !', them as he has a farm spot in his for ggod.As : j Its'ex ten/j,or anything about the eyes : Mr. H. W. )Merrill manager of
I I bore and prepared to
j 1, heart for these fellow with whom. he :.Is| cust ituary the {managers of: movements/of this freakish Individual. they up tie Royal Palm Hotel and Mr. John
a'ashingtoa. Jan. 7.-Tho President' waS officially associated. for EC many the Royal Pa ml'hotel :''have Issued invitations The! party came in last Saturday on leave on the evening train for Citra, P. Olive, president of the Semlnole ,

y baa pardoned JnanM.. Gutletwi now years. to tieopening! 'of the house,: the! private' car.i Ranger, which wAs here they will Wtt the corpse of the Club, and a number of pther yachtsmen '

t'riexvtng:!"( a life sentence at Manila. He and :'niajiy r:town ;folks availed i Immediately sidetracked\ at the shed ,'unfortunate ladJ and boating enthusiasts In the.

Is a native' Filipino, and" was -convicted MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION themselves Oa the [generous reception at the? crossing of Eighth street Immediately Captain Emil lloltz, of th-j Vesta project

>, 'of having killed: a prisone ". I .. LAYS EFFECTIVE i PLANS tender managers of this after its arrival the "Proph- was seen this morning, and questioned'lie j These ;gentlemen have been laboring
polar about the distressing accident.
;;:i e'was sentenced to be hanged, but 11 ;;I :, hostlery.. after et" ,and his part, took a carriage and : quietly on the project and have worked r
i knew little about the details of
To Prevent and Keep Out the Dead iheCHRISTMAS' very
which' jhQusej was; opened for about the city. An hour or morewas
.sentence was commuted to life jye, up more than ordinary enthusiasm::: {
t,Imprisonment on account of{1 the aa- Beat CUlt me the :reccptloi |fH| guests Many, old spent in jlhis manner when they I the killing as I the telegram simply among the local and visiting yachtsmen -

a1at ace ie rendered In eecuhng the time and regt lahvlsjtors! to this house' returned to the car, and remained 'said that Percy had been shot and in the plan, all of whom are desirous b

nn-def- other insurgents. to, the The Merchants' Association is get- who,make, it,a point to be present at cloaetd"all the |morning, refusing ;,to I killed while ruilng.. He further mid that a series of race shouldbe .
'. ting busy. Two enthusiastic' meetings the opening" and Co'stay" until the close, be Teen by al j Metropolis reporter, jor : that young Laurence was sixteen held here, and have promises to
have been held during the past week are already Ict eleitw.rests of the having any Information about*them.aelvetl years of age and a student In the t I lend all aid possible towards securing
with the result that fifteen new names will I North. With ode of his school friendshe
I u> )| transfer there their out;
CANAL; telstn9 or presence given ) the same: }Ir. Olive, who Is an ardent, t't
APPOINTMENTS FILLED have been enrolled, tuna making near tonight,; whlleiie]J. ] others will arriveon I During the absence of the party fromthelcpr came Sonlhjto{ spend the holidays 'and enthusiastic! worker at alt times i
i'- ly every merchant In!the city a member the evenlng'ind trains. t Metropolis, called I and was "with his parents aboard the ,
a reporter attract
taWaahington. I and for all things chat will tend to
of the association. yacht at Jacksonville during Christ
D. C.-Secretary MurJj upon the distinguished visitor. A pleas- Invite and create Interest In Miami .
The question of dealing with dead .ft mas week, butj left the first of this
shy, of the Isthmus Canal Commission, SUNNY. FLORIDA. ant; but evidently well-drilled colored : is now in New York and .today
beats and others who refuse to settle ; J i1'i II' week for Citra and vicinity to spend 4
t"' today announced that all positions un- 1 porter, answered; the ring of the belL wires the Metropolis from th1t'pl3ce
their accounts.has given the association As Told by a1 :Mian la to a Frfend In Mr. Dofie aboard?" asked thel' I the rest of his vacation hunting.
commission, which by executtT 1 -T sl follows:
k a great deal of j trouble and annoyance : the. North.jThe Both boys WEre enthusiastic sportsmen
i order, are free and exempt from II repo i i j I I |! -Think we will get dates for the
but it is now, believed that a i 'devoted to their parent.* and In I
.Kike civil service, have been filled and :following strom the pen of Rer.: "K !j ''i I autoboat races following the Palm
way has been discovered to abate: this turn adored by[them. The yacht will
[':i;hat no'additional appointments can nuisance. W. \Vtj Dill ajidL Ipjpearing In the Dally 1., I any of his. party, present? ; remain here the present, or until leach even*."_ :v.

; be.made excepting through tht civil meetingja Register, of Ijqrrlstown, Pa., December I "NO; they gone driving. for i> As :Mr. Olive is not an alarmist and
At the last resolution was anyway Captain Holts fisg orders to proceed .
''service commission.- i t9. Is'jSelf-explanatory! j I Who are you. a reporter sever divulges a pan! unfit it is modI -

; i unanimously adopted: requiring each "M (bear 1 Mar| :Kneule: This Is i Thi reporter smllled, and the darkey elsewhere which will probably be back'North I, < rately certain of materializing, all
1 and every merchant'member of the as the !shocking tragedy wills: .
; : BAPTISTS OF .FLORIDA. Christmas moralng, but Miami Fla", catching on quickly added: | ho more credence ram b* put in the
,1rKE association to furnish)the same with a I I end all pleasures of the aged parents j t I
presents a great t'contrast to Norris- "I can give you no information, and >rol>abillty of a aeries of such con- ti'
&.Met In Annual Session at Jacksonville list of his customers who are more town ;The thermdmeter at 11 o'clock I bepiii backing; off. i i I:, for the season,jut least i,I eats being hM. iWe. This b-tn? the
than six months in arrears with his
/'i Today., I;j accounts, and more recent accounts If this:'tdorninibece!I Is SO" In the shade: "\Vjho is the party?" was ntxt t I Iuke4. i INSPECTED! DREDGING WORK. |! use, and as the Paint B..acl1laces oc-

but a delightful!breeze;jfrom the bayonly ; I j I 1I 1---- I: or cluriiiK the first four day of S>b- '
J the first Florida Baptfst he thinks best. The .benefit to be derived "
fTfty years ago i, aqua :leg j (Imakes it fine. You "ph. two or three friends. j | Shaw parr, it is reasonatly certain that the 4
the semlBtennial from this action by the merchantand Captains ; and Spencer Ente.1tained j I
held, and -
convention was I bill in "Is!Mrs. DoYle in the party r ; j I I the Y
are driving a sleighs, most likely I If I I on test* here will occur during
be ob- the paying customer is obvious. I on Bay by Capt. Potter
anniversary is to 1
I while wstreltrying to keep in the 1 "She is not| j i! f- .:

E;;Berved, this'week in .Jacksonville, shade!!in the middle of the day. People, "Did you con direct here from Zion I on the lllh. .
W. A. Shaw and C. Ing
Captains Spencer -
TO :
'tad'opened today. REMOVE. SOLDIER. DEAD. who have be in, to;California also say City!? } : Government ''I'I Substantial prizes will be given In

ijI'tfTte I convention Is being heUln,, the ,- thai: Florida; |ls'the preferable climate 1 No; not'"How ;, inspectors of hulls I til of IheyeveuU, and now that, the proect '

Flint Baptist church corner of Church Spanish-American War Veterans to be tor Otis who'1*'Wt so robust and southern long l are you going to stay and boilers, respectively, of this district Is about to materialize, not only

' 'j :and Hogan'streets that city. The Re-inttrrs-d at St. Augustine.! ,Florida l! I\ The heat is here,!1 and where are you going after with headquarters at Jacksonville l very yachtsman on the taffy but every

epeslnc session began at 10 o'clock DOt so oppressor f'C i as a similar temperature leaving here" was the next and hut and who have been in the city citizen of Miami should' nive It their
|b mad there will be three sesslow each The following from the St Augustine Tb qneW. '
North. apetite and digestion j I tearty support, and we that nothing U ,
: several the .
days Inspecting .e
1 1 Unta the business of" the, conveni'lt Record of last Saturday, will be of are much .Imps ved, rod one usually A bhrug of the shoulders was the past left undone to make the contents ex- .

__ concluded interest 'to Miamlansj:In that some of attends strictly to business at meal U WIa.. the darkey backed his way steamers Miami and Biscayne. were

,.,,;j This sjesaioa of the coDventloo.' be- the dead referred to.were encamped In t1m .!i. Some Rl this the 'Babies Paradise through an inner doorway. yesterday afternoon taken out by Cap I I

.= the fiftieth anniversary of" the CMep.i > lllaml during the SpanHItAmerlcanwar. : because'they; men be out an the Later, the "Reporter returned to fhe tain Potter on hU crack little yacht I per.RES8YTERIAN I i

: _fiu. u expected that In'the the con- and later cave up' their lives by time playincl ||" car and was;! curtly Informed by another Linnet, for a ;sail and cruise on the 1
tendon will be the largest hlsf disease and afflict ion Rafter being moved "Last night's celebration of Christmas porter that Mr. Dowle would receive
: tory I : eve was Ute: the Fourth of July no callers whatever, and i _
';Dr S. B. Rogers, of Ocala.j Is pier The bodies of thirty soldiers who the little !I..th visited the Government and F. E. C. I
In i;nortb.|t Its> usual to set off his say "good-day. Ii Nashville, Tenn.-The Chancery ?
i/ldeat of the convention, and'' Rer. E. died In Jacksonville luring the Span rockets colofodfllghts( and flm cracker This Is all that can be learned of ihe dredging workxra; the other side of the i hurt I of Appeals has decided that the '

E-B.r, peyaolds'ot Jacksonville.l| .' secre- ish-American war. will be brought here tp'celebraU; Christmas era The visit'of the party here; the only points bay, and were very much Impressedwith Presbyterian University'

tuy;. for Interment in the National Cemetery Christmas !: .tlo is"Christmas established being the fact that Mr. the magnitude and progress beIng I nnot be reproved from ClarksTiUe.renn. '

g& :tu* ,conTention will be composed of These soldiers were buried In !'FEd't of "Merry Dowse Is here!;that he has two or three this work which ; There has been a strung effort
;about three hundred delegate* from Evergreen Cemtery J jat Jacksonville, I Christmas.:f':;| Zionltes with him, and that Mrs. made I means so ko have the University moved to At
:,.the Tarious associations churches, wo- and were not by relatives,as the much for the port of Miami. The l.ln- '
Dowle is not jln': .
sought "if you haven. time[ at home to ezperlment party. I anta. It is cow probaMe the, case will
:'.-m4'. odetles, Sunday schools, and were many others who died at the i wiwill i.1 #'; i the J 'simple life* yon f I i li said t'71at Mrs. Dowle has been net was also taken up in the cut. or carirdr to the Supreme Court, aDd

ung'peoples societies. :The jorganlSilon camps 'there."SergLiPate. I find! it heir< the order of the day. in ice rrespom!ence for some time with channel being/{made through the land [jbf even to the Supreme Court of the

will be effected today and the went over to Jackson I f'Neglige clohe .I I' outdoor pleasures Mr.' 3radley And! other offlclals of I the I separating the bay from the ocean !iVnUd States.

J'tenrs. agreed upon for the 'businessf vllle this/morning" to arrange, for disinterring boating, fan i.. eta: are favor F. |E. C. Ry., relative to a trip down I I (

J salona. The.annual sermon (will be the bodies I and transporting ites. : Tropical'iltOIf. such is -grapetruit ithfe I fEast Cats, ana 'ransportatlon, I and from there walked to the beach i COUNTY COURT '

"preached tonlghfby Dr. F. C..E lwardsd them here. The bodes will be placed ; i raug'dS!;!! guavas. plneaptnangoes -lend { for reaching Cuba and examining the! Jetty started and soon I i GROUND SLOWLY TODAY

[Orlando.. (i. j I! in scaled caskets .18 icon as txhumeJ. pies,!! cocoan tie ; pomegranates -iii ot e aid from this It is pre* ?1 to be completed by the R. G. Ross I

.,i'1 Among' the distinguished }-Isltors "During tho Spanish-American'i ,- are : 4 and '{going all the! sum faClIIlIcj.he stay of Elijah here Contracting Co of Jacksonville. Both Friday mornln 's session of the
tram other states who win attend the nearly 40,00SOdl- : S were at one time ( .. aDd that he will take ins' I
III f : I the inspectors and Capt. Potter speak ; county court was occupied In the trial
I bunTentlon and deliver addresses will t time encamped at 'd in the vicinity 1 j( "Miami: I i: ,I rOsingvery' ;: rapidly lhq (Kiban trip tcfore returning Notth.I!: if John Speckchsrged with "
aggravated !:
LoiilsvilleKy i in the terms of all the work. '
fean-pey. of highest
She r- Dr., 'John'R. of Jacksonville. Tie mortality was! From I: ji col i of hus4s seven years]j I assault.! The easels proving Interesting
\ representing the Southern flap not exceptionally heavy, but a''' It .I I Sfekertin'T II Shivery' and deny emphatically)' the report that
quite population
It. hi of five Ita
DrL ; ago now] ; : ? !!! i I and !Is h"ln1t heard by the following .
Theological Seminary; B. D. number succumbed to the p the and .
ttet hardships h''t backs three I Jetty was damaged '
thousand, wi i;re dailypape&s Jury: W. 1':. March W. P. Daw.
I'' Gray. oft* Atlanta secretary] if the of the life. In the : 'j.ti+y a' cases') & and ipe of the finest hotels to I I washed the storm last !;!
} > j of |IA jue andand malaria, can be relieved away by fall. ton, R. J. Mathers, J. S. .Bryan and Joe ;;
; Mission Board; Dr. Rp.Vil- relatives were ad vis-a of deaths
fTHoroe and I be found an irh :re. Regular boat service :ured wi:hElectric| Bitteri This'is ]I The Jetty, they state, has settled somewhat Jennlns',
5: Jtogham, of Richmond, Va, of the F r.fp' they ordered tho remains chipped I I : nneCjlslJ: ? liaml I 'with Cuba Nassau medicine of ,
jp :a pure to 19 ; especial Yesterday afternoon the jury
orally wouM but trying
rid as It as Is un
J and J. M. i
Mission Board bodiei
; hme. The that win bet I and Ke: '. 'esL Building cf dwel- I benefit in majaj-la, for It exert a true l the cue of the State against Laura
F.FroBt the Southern Baptist 'con'H brought here and laid to in the I injured. Thisljbtty which Is built of i:
"", sot I rest lings] and bisiiew blocks Is cura.ive Influence on the disease, driving Stephens, malicious mischief brought ,
:''xt'.UOL' 1 soldiers' cemetery were, never claimed going, 'pn IIi td t g'a great always|I 11 entlrel r rut, of the system. It is native stone, further state Is fast ':In a verdict of guilty, whereupon M.. D. q

'The delegates :c the coivcntjon Trill and the government has orderedthe mechanics), year; round. In con 'I rode to be ] -referred to quinine, having taking on a trey growth which Is ,Price, defendant's attorney gave no-S.

edto'the, tomes of ;the mere interment In this cemetery. elusion I", wejwpujd, I say,that anyone who one of this drug's bad effects. knitting the tack together and will !Rice of application for a new triaL ;

of the church In that city. And "As yet no date! for moving the desires to oojf. [la mild equable climate I E.S! ; Mundy. of Heniletta Text silo: soon have it as solid as were it one of Hester Wilson assault

e-from tho number oi| appllca- bodies has been klivnlged. It Is canot I' ga; more delightful place !r brother was very low with mala huge rock dumped into the sea aa a f Thebatten, was continued for the

received, for asslgnmett I thliRlLtion possible appropriate I ceremonies will than'JMiamyjiprtda."W] I" !fever ai d i, Jaundice,. till be took barrier to thejneir. ship channel Captains term, while Mary Chewers on the same

will be the,lar1>eflj of any attend the final Interment' of the" .dead I, I J I W. DILL."MJaml. C Bitten I which"saved his life. Shaw and' Spencer left for home :charge was placed under bon to a>

,:!!F,held la lU 81u.- 1 I oldlere F :;;''1 At all druggists'r '; mice 50c.. guaranteed last night i i3k pear for trial at the same Umo. '

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Coniersd Bridge Co.. bal oaf t i [erably the decision of at corn'mite .I I tin
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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, .. j, prise to a number of Mi Lt>fllt'r's then place, there are wbo,.
. :20.ooand
New bridge :
vel' and
water agreed ito give them at '
'Tc l fr .ends as no one knew o( his< matri- ; and rivers In other sections
r l.-! n. Baker filed slateml'nt; ot sspocla.|[ meeting, aqd'1 which the de- ijejoice : ;
I < nial intentions but will with : stupendous work has been already be-\
amount ue county for convict Ihlrr a ttll'nt accepted." tnhibi ; i
I' in the he has taken.
Miarni: la.. J:
I ENGINE PURCHASEO: AND i ifrl 'i by the dispensers, to grant the big<;,
The board lIf cOOls..IID'rllml
l unity !>came a uunang to $1..5..:. ; ;i art inance known as the. Miami Fire" MR. P. L. FAY DIES 1 ,.
ibis in 'ular sot'sion. Pres'"nt. I NY OTHER MATTERS OP PUB ; lion's share "them. Yea It U TeryJprobable
S day !, IV >artnient! Ordlnancel be accepted by I! AFTER I (;eo. W. Lair h rt. ehainuan Juhn M AMPS PDPULATION.1 i r1 ''JI INTEREST DISPOSEd 6F BY I IK council as a law. K motlo'i followpluce I SHORT| ILLNESS I that Florida will suffer;?'.

t Sewell, t' e. A r. R. E. dJOlU.1tI. : I l the communication I x j when, in truth, she should now'bo rte-'.'.-|
P V. I < from Well '
i Known Citizen and Business Manof cl'htng like
i and S. A. Bt-Ich. ; nil E. C. 1J..sroorn. Miami' has a poHtl.1li"1 of 3Si4:: ;, uta !i >t.J.| :McDonald on thei table fi"- future greatest con.lderatlon'i
f i Miami. f fJThi to Improving/ her river and harbori /'
('l4rk. : hk: h n mlll.r 1,199 aro c"lore I For U-- ''efjerence.. .' :.
The minutes the last ntcettng ., It. i I i There are> many roast town .Me:!( '
j which 0 m7 r of Its pupulatianil: I Ijt .was alto decided jo extend a vote

+ were read and II pro\eol. the woo 1.rngrC'l'; and up- pldate, f thanks to former Chief McDonald\ community was shocked early would soon be large and important'!
k I / Iii r doir's, rcxriun of that coontfas i (cities if only they had
Ila night und this! deep-water'-
tlI"eeacekly 1 jhe ft mortins: at then .
The f"lowlug ads were received city in the 'Ull I States It haJI 1 services! tendered city. .
loft;?: but Intert'lIn and a wu of the death of 111'. I 1. Fay at tunnels an 1 harbors. :
wad aa'prOffOtl. n G. Currie. notary red .hr,e .:.1111; nl"\\ (il'\1\ the prel.inlnnrlos! hh. lns; been eon .
dell .f business of an ortantib I ; di home It is the duty of ..
00 the south' side f the ricer Congress andth ,
J.ubliC' gate I rge with T M.Rickards tWet all Ivf lhi1II .t re prlntl'ol ih ,11. 1t +1t'I. the council proceeded to elect
; II\ nature was : .. mon!: .a 4i xhich .tH' entirety un petted, alt .\ and f IC. Burkh.101..1' askurt.It1S highest: I'Iof the alt. US.Ig lit '4 i leto IIf1 arious offlcers In the! Miami! Fire Deatnient ,
iattrrl.! 0luw3eretl sassed t inh deceased had lion to the Florida and
ollt1n..d tf sea Gnlfi
is ; John F a1e notary pnhlicsuae eh n. :'111 i other arre.scrieg Ih I under the authority vested I Deco I
1 ,In"a, the Iretition fora urfewt11cQ I hi I"ad for the past two '('dI s'lIhI coasts; for tame day, and that lima.
a1 loge, I h J. W. Rkhlwurg; "P to n aka the .u''r.1 news-4p. r I fhi>ni li> I the new ordinance v.ith the
., j. y a number of, the;. others 1 n' lmollary 'l\Iuhl! from a ich he had is not far distant, there will be lr
F.c The Mia 1,1 Iilhl1 : Qaminexaw i I
: anI R. :IJ it as Sureties: C. ( uerecal; c. I I It '1)low in* r ult : I i
area t's or Miami: the k .rlsion l h more important cities al
/'hHIiJlRv.-ur'b. II 1 r-' public S ate' al { rs are an lra"iri; > ; .. ,! hicaugers liar: ti", diU-f. i i I 0 a sufferer for )'ears.i 1 lDr'; these |
1 ('h. s a combination nat<'. t.-.t. i keeas.'d \\I! one of I the most wile coasts than will be in any other tart e. with L n ,ockwanl alii I R. J : ::141 Jr the "1iagk; City".ith''I'o'tl't ![ tirt' ( rn ham, assistant' chief.
III I he 'I I ctlon of a (stant I : b !known all:. I'lIjlJllu OIJu in dudennty These cities wjlfconw eventually *]
('htlilllgwl.rtl\: ureties. f..aII'm! S to l a second X-w Ysett At P. Cote, lire marshal.II '
'i, r1 and secretary or the 1'0 daIi I." ", h..r.. h. l114n..1 fJm anyway, but If Congress win
T'sylor coo..lahlt th 4buriec. with H 1011,1<1. It siUn 01 he the fault'th.. II I of tl.oHo elt'CtQd r"c.;.\ed six I'an..la. i.-'

J.,Sterling anti I." c B. Tit'lu IS sure Lusln"S5 ''lIIu.-o."I" Canuer. '' J I t kt'nt. I 1.-.s each: and .1 motion prevailedthat j a Jilt five \"Hr" ago fur !'his health the due consideration to Florida,''the

I iiI : b and was present after : II was an xP"rt an'omt4it and a 111 appear much sooner. :
tlt'll. W. L. Forr notary pubic State The )11 ropo1iS aplr."(' :uPs I fhind If f! the citly uiarslul be Inv saI : (

I" at large with I. Burton and M. B. surds of the Bauner because c al l ty ot reading andl pprov'i l (- ,' to turn otito thj newly I It Irumputlll lu the furni4luu of the | Just -s'
hi 'th 3() lung
e 11outes of the last It eetlng ,, r. Abstract (' _
I (-a
1.1 ''' v. and ut
i and IntereslC 1t fire such and allapparatus "I'ar
Lyman as sure s. ;loyal persons Iiitor pted department
1 f.f cetuler, the _body got j j"n toimtess : ; "Hrh h. xa8 \Identified JIIIPt'rs'ldvf'rtlslng/ 'In them will ,bnifound
Pt."tltion to J. mrtmau to sell Harris bis the advancement i4 doclopmeut I' as ii th+ !property of the lrumlO..lll1r
end hustled allj t+iattersI1gb : the time of profltable. Any business many
11 naaager lit his death.1Ir. ,
Iiquors wines I beer In election \ ] of every airy and Pll1" in I it and to take a rrcejpt! from the city I III u ho Is skeptical
I I ) / tb i satisfactory end. j I : Fay ars a 11I11.1of taut forty as to the truth of til*'J
district :So; 1(1. S rece\'e.1! and or.dued Florida h..ahilt we I f..1i I i the same i it I
J. .K. Dorothy addresieH then I II of "ult proposition can find the proof bTMomg'"
DlII"f' I1 ars au' 1I.lftrl.I. ehildlesF !
ad\"tiUti ,i that an tt has ocrurre I 1:1 r"II1' was' moved i and seconded that the the..
In r gard to the garbag!: being I sas a 'ol'h"'an h.1 birth and I paring cost of Ms advertising 'Wlt.IaJ"
Petition of A. for perrnk to ., r&:'tg 0 the census uf ;; :: Not etjolution <>f the I'It1councl/ stating the
IJ n In block 28, clalmln that It I I amount of business done for i ODe
ly last Heed. :
woaJI \I\ year "alt uatur lie
)' beer'm !i In t."dre1 !. al I :II Interest the bonds at 4
+ sell liquors win sand{ 0"I 1 1'C lOn one I t; on Fity then '
: 1 d anI! ur8anitarT conditto and j i 5114 a nuunl.tr of the l'to rah of he year; increase or decrease blg ..
c lion district received! andordered a ready alculaUon or estmate'! ure e cent be and the :isame Is hereby advertising! end
i population bons, g that, the council have: e nul- i I :! Iit'ly Same, and lore th reputation I compare again atthe"end
adverb 1 Its at legs than the, in ended t<> read "That; the bonds of another

The ,,' port was received i iud inhabitants, wnlle some i j 'have ijce liOn abated. This brought on a dTs- J h .11 bear Interest atthe!! rate of five I II I,104 being an honorable an.I' prtthl man t year.-PensacoU New;",
on motion 'dye was 8'cepte i placed It'two'! or three lh >usi referred to the committee, le
t have been
1if ( ? and .
aDd warrant 0 i' drawn In pay' that.'e do not charge or'vrr) Intimate I| anhtially.The Ianida thermometer here '
power to act and to purchase a i : the registered, sixteen-
jj upon welpt advice the body i is
I : mt.nt: of sam: : ,, that the statement of : \ I following resolution offered by ] ( -
t land
lot! degrees below !
of. for a garbage [lampinggfdund. being held temporarily by 1'n'lertaker zero this morning;,
s Ft. Dee. 31. 1904. population as published by :.nErs; J iq. Wharton and seconded by Mr. I IVjlson '
I W. F. Miller. It is probable the re- which is, the coldest of "
day the wto
To. Board of COunty Lommissloners paper and commented on by th | '" Communication city I t prevailed: 1 i "That the city i I *.,
w.s'done' the 1' .i- from the ( sanli I I mplns ,,'11be\ shipped to !Canada for ter. ,
with but best
:Miami, tIL: Tier any be instructed to advertise for
j Inspector, R. B. Neilsoa, f recom- Interment, though at this hour the mat-
C'entlemen: ":, he undersigned cit'r' of Intent; but we believe thai if a led bids for the Issue of $3J.OOO of I At Minedoza andother parts of tM..:,
I j pe i<|ed the erection of a publk water S" tar has not been settled. 'j
.liege of FL Lauderdale, hare Ins weed more careful census were to betaken' cio tet in the city was referred to the : bonds in the Dallt Bond Buyer, of Northwest a mark of 32 degree below .- "";J

I the new bridge across New River. that fiver thousand inhabitants {Would Miiltary committee with full pc' wer to New York and the Miami Metropolis DEATH OF MRS. 1 Is shown 5

;wrti Commiesionef, McDonald and w; come nearer to the number of ,residents k41t. i! 'I I such adverUsemnts Lobe inserted once r. "

believe the bridgd 1 his been built a here' than' does that accredited 1 \4 communication, was received from a, [week' for four consecutive weeks, f CORA BRANDOW.Well !. Superior. Jan. 10.-The official 0.1 ,

cording to fpeciCcatlons, and everyt It 1 1 1I '' and, stating that the bids will be opened i! 1. s
3W'parents the of I them
majority I j mometer showed 21 decree] below nra'Jat
thing finished in a thorough and work. at the council chambers at Miami Known and Esteemed Woman ,
mothers 'of
I L. the city: petitioning; that
taaJike manner.) |We recommend that I ADVERTISING, IN NEWSPAPERS.! jtiei city council, frame and pass I a curt on'|' the second day of.. March 1905, at j Expired Last Night 7 o'clock this morning while many;,

the bridge be accepted"and the Converse : fw law similar to those In ;.force into i o'clock p. m.. the council reserving i I: private Instrument registered J7
Bridge Oxjbe paid In full r An undisputed fact and one. eeeir- an' other cities of the United Jstatea.jlUj I the I right to reject any and all bids. j'[After battling with the grim reaper gees It is the' coldest day atlAri;;.

I* lame, according-lp: terms of contract t ing an honest admission from all business matter was "also discussed, at from bonds are to run twenty years f r several year and at time about to year.

1" t. r & Kennedy. M. D. men' -those that are progressive :ome length; and was passed tor; the date of Issue bearing Interest at conquer the weak succumbed to the

I r N. Bryan ; and not f'asleep-Is that It pays[to ad- ''present by being referred to the 1 comIralttee \\h rate of five per cent per annum, strong, and at midnight last night the SIX BELOW AT CHICAGO. ,-

)% m. Marsha:1. J. P. '. vertlse It is one of the eee floats I on![ police and charitlc It to payable at Nation! City Bank, New soul. and spirit of Mrs: Cora I Brandow -

; EJ: T. Kid, I and qualities that tends as much' as report at the next regular meeting. of York, or in the city treasurer's office ,winged It* way to the great beyond Chicago Jan. .-This is the cold .teat

f( t'pink Slranahan, i ambition and faithful labor in pr mot- '" e council j j5petitibn hi| Miami Florida, seml-annually in .where there I Is no toil. BO rain, no weather of the season here today.' j-j

2 r': .. G. Farrow, 'i ing and[ making successful th dr 1 ef-- F' ;4 signed by the :property I lenomlnatlous of $500.00 each. Such a rife but, eternal rest I i The thermometer II I six degrees below'yzero

s' 1: W. Marsu.ll. |I forts. Were It not for adve Using ulrners and I lesldents of Tenth street, advertisements' to recite the election : Mrs. Brandow was the loving wife and owing tothe absence of wiad;.

r The following!! port was teceivcd1:I I I what would the business, the world, besvdeen Avenues B and C, for the lay end law under which the same was o Mr. J. V Brandow, the well known and no snow traffic U not seriously )

from. G. }< r, and order(-1 filed: amount (jo! Nothing. Unless y in tell 'It of a sewer on that thoroughfare! : lield. said bonds to bo payable in gold photographer, who spends his Int rsbfre impeded. 4

the people of your city, stat >,i and rj: Its equivalent. and at the I ami'. "homeat .
To the Hon. c|> nty Coniuiishioners f f iame {to be extended front venue :. i r ; summers ) I .'

Cf Dade County, Fla.: country What wou have for sae 1/"' hat I iG ;o"Avenue D, and from there find anr.rht !j U was moved and seconded that the Wlndham, N. Y. For s< >vernl years I j COCKRELL ACCEPTS JOB

I. G. L. Chan, er, herewith report! you want for it, where tou'; an be to the river through th i Amounts of money paid into the city deceased had been a victim! of pulmonary --

.l found, and the advantage to: ;i de-| bn ufUicliona. Five .Ir. Offered' by Prea. Roosevelt and WIQ.
to'your honorableBideratlon. body for your con Jj: pewer,.was presented re J\\'f'n\l" account of the Twelfth street sewer year ago i
rived from buying from yoi you Brandow moved with her to Miami to Co On Interstate Commission, ;,
.It l> now three years j; '! I I, jpetition lees granted and the a pyj, property owners tq cover their two- : -y

ami seven month*jlh'at I have been em- would not do much business. '' Is.'I en to advertise for bids for paving birds cost of tile same, be prorated to ";i i>end the winter In bOP<'lIjthat j tho exla I srtf"Washington.

'ployed by take,charge of the patent i i 'nlS tf street between Avenues j B and ':hie parties paying the. same warrants rat Ing climate would prove Jan. 10.-Senator.Cock- >j
g I they'l
county your rollers an-1 crush- But In advertising one it' t i I o, be drawn at the |I first meeting In :c at So It did, and as al! result roil of Missouri, baa decided to i aeeqf
j f r
judiciously and to the!) best I became the position on the Interstate
i times sanely, ? their for the respective amounts. fixtures and regular winter
-ers. I have at s carried out i (number of checks for pro- Febniary: '
advantage. The best means and! methods 1! ra".Of i the The mayor's appointment of R. J. visitors here, the health o( the deceased -I merce Commission, offered him bytth.",
best of
your Instructions to the myj I I.bUity. ;r th< expense of laying seweraccompanied :'
mutt be employed to bring attention -!!, Hardie temporary still Improving though jnevcr being President He will take up nia new it:
The mil bines I hate used ;i the petition as;follows: as policeman was :
e cf the greatest number )| peoJ I fully restored. I duties after the expiration of his pr *-
1 }confirmed. i >
I turn over to yq pIe-to your business and the ofl e (i P. C. The report of the street committee f Last spring Mrs. Brand* iw contract- ent term a* 1'nlted States Senator,'-
as is hereby,certified by competent many i I$254o; Thomas Cahffee. $75.p : : 4
machinists engineers .are making them. Tht'l'e.re Hiinlln.! $25.00; Jos. Ramsdell $:!5.00: :was accepted and fliedThe eil a severe cold. All ,efforts to break March 4th.GENERALS. ,'ktI ''!

v i fnel iG.. L. Chandler. : ways ot.; advertising, but the s iccess-I !Parian French $::!5.00; C. FJ Sulzner. committee on fire and water revported I( failed and she began I to weaken.

The underaignrjl hereby t certify that i ful merchant..profting; by expgrienceibaa $S7.50anaJ.B.Rellly, $225.00. These progress andjuked for more Two' week ago fbday \fr. Brandow I NOGI AND .TOE 'U...(:.

cone to know that the columns of f ri time, which was granted. returned here with her It hopes that -
f amounts were ordered turned ,over tot" i
we have examjnjed j 'the steam road the daily papers are the best place In 'I held I him j !The report of street superintendent the climate would do what it had oreven .I Decorated by Emperor William With'' ;.
city treasurer, to be Jby "of.
that Js now in Miami used Dxt : 1
V. Droller which his ad. He kno*| that Ibut Order of "Pour !. Merita. '
19<< place counciL er. was received, accepted and filed. better, for her again. too late
rind t" further by
G. L. Chandler .find it to be In '
{ It the paper IB read It will be j read j sewef I iThe ordinance regulating the tend| with the dying of one day and the -
grad working order less the natural I i | {tjjwas decided to lay a on ; eon Berlin, Jan. 10.-Emperor 'William ''
be when :
It will absorbed at a time the 'atructlon of 'was laid the birth of the other there) passed out
of Bring the time men Boulevard from Ninth to Eighth street. le..el'll. on had conferred Generals ant i,
wear usage ; mind In at ease and turned film busIness -; ,table for the present It then 1, as If In peaceful repoae the life of one upon Nogl .
I i andjblds re to be advertised!lor re- wan "
Honed. i Stoesjtel the order of "Poor Ie
.f- r I ores and labors to these mes: session !moved that the ordinance relative to I who had been loving dutiful and falth- Mertte. sIn
| | F. W Amason i Burnable it the adjourned ofthe recognition of the of theta .
(Signed- bravery
education Jearnl and i fed her and In life. ,
diems of : and tounc granting a new .telephone franchise, to pledge "".
t 1 on the 12th InsL |
B. C. Akin selves and troops at Port Arthur.
nave _
r that If read and
J. R. O'Neal fit treasurer'receipt After B< me discussion The Emperor has also asked
has been made and that he I Is apt to Robinson! which was doneSldewaiks !I < ounty, New York and was forty .rs
", No. 84 for |do: with the board. ;! >],a tal tie from Mr. [, repre- Russian and Japanese.. Emperor; to..
On the act Ten married
derive benefits. sub the
LaFrance Fire were ordered laid In front )1 r'lr age. years ago
being amount t ceived by him forI I i eat)ng American authorize the officers honored-to Tway,
w j new III"|>ers as advertising medium\, ngine CJ>., to sell the city 'o Miami for lots 45; 46 and 47, block 119, on I the man who now sheds: tears over her '
of Ict hire and sale of I cept the decorations
sale rock" COlI him 4tVasbington
anil its effect on business wo quote ler, and removed with to Wlnd- '
1 neof their machines, a motto by Mr. Twelfth !!street between Avenue A and I ,
mule from the Jacksonville I where have mice resided 1 -
as they
Metropolis the Boulevard. '
The l1o.lnk warrants were ap- Frederick] prevailed that hejclty<< pro- 4ahe Jan. 10.-The special' |!
f lono..j'| I I! {[Marshal-Flanagan! ,Was Instructed to was a devout patient .'
nation ,
eej to buy a com pi
t.'ll out of the paper cjhemlcalnglne .
proved and or ( paid What is advertising in a new J hose wagon the fame to I render his report at the next meeting I and loving wife ChriStiE' ad- House committee toda T reported-J;:
i ; general fund: Is it space! ie"'delivered In Miami for $_;,4"0 cash. .of the council. 4 tired and \' [ of her twelve articles of impeschment'against '
JL Broker 2 Dec., $1.00 .
s \V T..Ricf'haT. f 1, Dec .. .. 6.001; Not by, any means. 'Lit: mayor and city clerk weft author- I The; usual monthly1 bills for December icquaintances. I i+,i : Federal Judge Chaa. 8JSwayne. .e:

Advertising Is circulation, and, when! | to t-jecute the contract ulth the were approved 1 and ordered paid The body has been emb, by Untaken- !, of the Northern districtFlorida. '
lhller t. Co. if "opers ..... 7-f'I J
you buy space In a n It li 1 after which the council adjourned to ( ertaker W. F. Miller and bP
14.00 I the contract shal not //'I'lIl
that go
Mrs. Veomett. rity .. ...,. actual : ri>"iSO ;
y not space that 'sf'9r.] paying I \ effect until the purchase ,price Is tweet January 1%. {onlght to Windham by he oore.vedulband ,
Mrs. f'.omf'zla, u.rit7 ...... ntu ,
6.001 I for. I The minority report signed; by threi 7
] I I IWe where the In erment win
Raster Kltrhtu odds Hoffman 8,0' I en D zed, from the sale of cit t"": bonds I II <
i know, pome newspapers that sell LEFFLERFLANERY.Father robably be made next T t.'sd37.lrL; members of the committee dlmeatedM
Wm Merkle, ch city ... ... 5o" I >iiled for fire protection. j .
,1W i iid
space >for very little money, | yel I -+ iVoodvLne. mother of wslISO to all articles of the impeachment ea.,,.a
I for the deceased :
R. JenUDl! a1ary aunda :4.11/\ I, lU.-1at\e| to the .procedure .
1 the advertiser Is paying a \crjr high of Our Townsman Takes Unto with her at the time of death and ycount
r,; J. C. Burlasha4 a1 to Dee 31 :lUG i 1 i. of cjty bonds, City Attorney At cept that ot falsifying his expense aeK- ,
price for circulation. ; j:: Himself a1 Bride. kill accompany the retrains of her I ,
R. S. WUSOD, w. rk voting oothJ 3,00 i son filed the following ;u'gestlvePt I ,
Sometimes! an advertlcer coratjs Intjj: .hiM to iu final resting lace. >
:E. L. Brady ton seed.nieal. : 1.65'1 J t port: l"In regard to ssue of {1
this office kicks
and at the that
j pr co Mr. Chas. Leffler.iof Sanford, Fla.,
+. 11"; C. Preston t'11. typewriter 5.00 1 Is charged him for H'seemtr' $ I3OOO ;uf city bonds, I word suggestH ; ,, Ex-Governor Lloyd Lowndes ,of i'
space. and Mrs. Ida Northern Flattery of
:J. W Watson s for, county: :lt9,50 : let to your. honorable body instruct the LORIDA'S PROSPECTS ARE BAD.Elstaherein Maryland, expired suddenly 8uadayv>::
that it Is not spac'i.he. I 'I
I I i this place, were marfleil, last Saturday night
S..A. Belcher, rfltTem. mileage 404O buying t| clerk: to advertise for ses I lod bids 1 ', I i while preparing to retire a( his ;
] It is the opportunity being: t" night at the parsonage of the M. E. '
F. C. Akber. sane ..... ... ... 21 tithe l Fonda, designating ;t home In Cumberland Mr. 1..o1na4e1.
able tp tell his story to man thou tlme'j i this Issn* of The Me- I
i ; ( of this Rev. W .C. Hays
{ Ceo. W. Lalnh same ... .. 17.40: )> ate and manner of sale an< church places wax born in Clarkuhnrg. W. Va.. Ins
ands of readers every day.am his I; pastor of the M. E. Church"officiating.. i upulill will be found an rticle. which
R. E...)lcDonalf. same .. ... C.40 t what tlJ'''''I |n (JllnatiOn of the bonds; also the pub- I 1 ISIS and was a man prominent botk".
makes advertising |*at sent as special correspondence to
pay. The marriage 'IS't'r quiet affair: .,
John Se'ctJ, diem ... ... 4.00 I j|' \ .which such advpriseraent[ ) !: In political and business affair.
Now;; if business this season is dul and only a very few Intimate friends,, the Tlnies-l'nlon from Washington.Imed ,

; H. F. AtklnHO salary. %:t' I nobody will be to blame for It 1 ut the f'auon; ." I1I i 1 iiitnessed the happy event Mr. Left he U'anhlojton Post, fnjm which the I,: Miss Eva C. -Booth the

The follovu bills were apptovedf! merchant' himself, because tile right''||I ('. signed] b1v R. S. Qer Is an old Srul; bland man, wag ; rude copif-b. !Is unquestionably rtarded : mender of all the Salvation new:Armyr'forces co \
pal ,
and ordered of the
ont road fund: kind or advertising In the Metropolis, ], of the Miami Vol-! torn and raised here, but hai mad : as the best l autho rity on affairs .'
1 o. D: TU'kerj d work .. .. ?7.011 i 'I I i in America, hat taken charge
Fire and bearing
would l oeer Department Administration
Ibe I compelled to produce l th* leis home in Florid for many years, xincernins the and
i of her department, and delivered her
O. : for O'NeaJ.55 ;
1. Lyman s natural date lot December 21. 1904.. was re-
result j 1pi Hating ffalrs over which the AilminlftratloD
there when
gone quite a young ,,
WIl Rice, d.11 Jolt mule .. : ;j jJno. fitter I I. the!' first address In America al Po tonoa\
In words, advertising| keeps :had: \ and lead an follo..j "At man. Since going!: to Florida he hall l as (control or. rather, ex rclsei! a con- Sunday night.
R. O'Ne4, feed prlsouers.l.Uq' idetlng !jof the Miami Volunteer Fire!! If:.
money moving. One dollar'pjnt to T Prospered In the Wecantlle business rol. I ,>.i

1". Hammond, r d work ... uo day means.. perhaps, by tomorrow, $2 I efartment: the following Om'JCll j 't'rel+! nd has amassed quite' a fortune. lie\ The article In reference bears the '| Manila. Jan. 10.--In an engagement et

., C. Peacock ic f road work %..60i man who keep .trade alive air 4} help, ]t f'ctedr: and we respectfully' tenders a gentleman of the highest order, ot: welcomed news that' Florida tsj I I January 8, with the refractory Moro, -

< A.. Woodruff. feed for mules, :0.82 the publli. spend Its money., I' tpame to you for confirmation or.rejection. polished manners and pleasant address probably to suffer from small appropriation I: on the Island of Solo Lieutenant Ju.' .

r t Hatcbett.Dac.D1 ra Hardware Co ; I' Dan Hardle, chieifE. AJIrahamjassistant I and .every. one here! loves and honors for the Improv meat of the I I i J. Wewell and ane one private the, :;';

',, .1J\dse, for noun y ....... .... 10001 r Twelve count, .or charge, *, bat ( chief FJ, B. Haven 1 harile Lef Her. Ills bride la the I rivers and harbor of th country. Itl 1 1I. Fourteenth. cavalry, were killed; '. '

set 0. E. ovlng convict: 1 been filed against'Federal\JudU Cha' Ebreman(Hose Co. No. 1; R. bj (laughter: of Capt R, Y. Northern, one : lis I likely, says the article that the committee < Second Lieutenant Asbrook ot thei>(

Kni&ht.1. .......... .. 3. t 01 [ I
:, 501, W. Swayne; of the NortlieruI!I District 4>remanHook| and LadderlTruck; four oldest and most highly: respectf I will not no much I,as report the Seventeenth Infantry; Captain Dorey.: .;

Frank rived n. maintenance j of Florida, by the House Inve'ftlgatln, 4 Aughenbautch, foreman Hose Co. No.{ d citizens and wag the widow of the matter but will leave Cotereo-i; to take ;{| of the Fourth Infantry; IJeuteuaf>>;
of New f ...... ..11%.50 ,
rr7. i president .'
committee. Thls.rhonld be [ W, L. Kemper. : R. s.yjlson whatsoever action might! be known' !! -
el'4ugh t ate E. C. Flattery of Marion, Ky. Shf : to Richardson, of the Fourteenth cavalry; \
... i
1. F. HInton, f1. salary .... 40Sam I bold him for while f ,' secretary .and treasurer; Aj i I
: '
a J "" s accomplished talented and dignified lit' absolutely Rt'Ct'IIlarJ.j Now, If the and three privates were wounded JB
Rountr > ... I .
ec- salary to.t'() : ;
Chandlerl bee. :1 1 Gore,lire marshal"ollowing : ady and came of an' old and honored !: appropriation I.| small jut a tsnarly :i connection with the capture ot

G. L. salary ".., 7 5.00 I i The Apalarhlcota Times promises t ft p this there wai ilso read! isle of ancestors her mother being aaterson one of course thU Stage< will suffer. !, fort held by the Moros.i .
1. R. O'Neal i salary ...... Co.Sam '
$ appear for one week as a .De Water following communication M I II' a ,dangher of one of the i In the first place. It has so small rep-1 I i The More are the outlaw- w

. Rountree 'tcht ald.. ..511JL Edition, hoping; thereby to.aid; In s'd. .[ McDonald, ; "The Miami I'1 Fire Dej pioneer families of Smithland. Mr. ; refutation In the Lower jr House, that I I. the governor of the Island attem
feeI for mules .. "
curing a sufficiency of deep'' titer fop ,lartment, consisting; of Chief M. J, nd Mrs. Leffler will make their home ; Its Representatives will not have the to ecure'by peaceful term. 'Th** ,
Bowen Bros. 1iPpltH for road lUO tat(
the vessel to come Into portj $Instead IcDonald and thirty-two embers {n Sanford Fla.-The Livingston Ban- !! weltr-lt with those will dispense tention was misunderstood and troahl*

John Crane, road work ...... 137.11 of having to remain out and Wad footy tbei city council assign the wilt I 'J,
rich to them er, Smithland. Ky I appropriation as tbofte States brewed, reselling in the neccMitr'oC ,
J A.Wells roi york........ 0.40
barge*. Inch apparatus a* they deem Ot, prej The above notice will be quite a sur which have a larger representation. stronger action to bring them-ander.t*

JI I 1i .' I .r
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i : ,-' : ," 7.h-il;: : ;> i.V, .'(p 1; ..,Ji..; '<''f. '........:. ,,'iF"r : ,...1ha-.. ; ',...' -. "'.. .. ...' ,, _. ..5"" 'if". ,."

l ; .." ... '1"" ....:. ". f !II I .l t f!I ': !' r r'I' ', T-------------------l --

i 1been'I I II I I

-- o.f -.J-Jackson charged-j with killing game I i.J ,i.: -'', i itt I lit,. add ,paid for b" them.Seri I lt be certitledO the ('ity Conn..1 i'r* !I-. -- ----- j ,

f: out of season, (were tried by jury ariJ!|I I' Five., The City Council r tIAcation or reJl'<'lIon. I gxxxxp
FIFTY PERSONS verdict of not guilty entered. at antl>kl l put khe engine and ; d this :Oth da)' of jccmh..r. T
"apparHlI f tile Department \ I
Will Mills-charged with cruelty to i I F.V. lttllN.

-1 ,; animals was also found not guilty and uch s ittto Ni! and determine control and !I President of ouDd1.I ; 1W
I II : :
t FROZENTODEATH was allowed to! go his way rejoicing. i I SCII i $!Ix.-it shall not be i Kellum! A.D4J: :

Horace DanUls, previously convict. or adyrganlzatlon: of firemen I CIty Clerk I .
I Ii 1 OD ed, was given CO days in the county: "
r essptPd byl the City JOHN: SE''F.I.I.. II
-i 4 jail and Henn Price assault And baG Sec id4' et'l'n'r'AnT engine; I HI Ia'or. I i iI

: J tery escaped! with a fine of $200.00; eseI I, $t ose or other articles I I I Is rapidly! I going, to the front as the lead-

I In, Blizzard,That Raged ThroughPrussian or six month: In the county chain:. $rty y th i 4 Department' .ball ,only not the be I RDINANCE NO. 5k 1 ing city in Sou h Florida. Everybody -

Prdv' J nces i' ;rang.Friday after oon the jury triyns the draw Io tl m q slxt1 Council days: aDd written no !( I!I rJ nce Regulating-- th''I II toe and I I is going to Mil I
: rue of John peck (white), charged el (, hose or" of :secure; choiceness ocation- either r
----I bete I Automcbtles Loeonobiles. for busi-
,.1' with grat'3tf'd tSFanlt, rendered '" I le into the ctes and Conveyances of a

: I. verdict of Ssimrle assault while John! (Jf th ( : this I Character. j or residen e. Choice locations in

POLICEMAN A VtC IM-LIGHTFY -. Saxon (colored>. suffered a HVe very' ..ppat I So !{artjor: ..xtlnglli engine or h.n: I uriained( toy. the Iny() and City the city for !sale py : : : : : r :

dirt on the same charge rA r pre.J .. be SHIP DRIVEN'ADRI AND IS I od I.-It .hall he, tin a III rill f.rIi

NOW BEING SEAR ED FOR BYJ i! Guaran ,ed Cure for Piles. I'' any thc'ret + U1 ie enterprise beyond the.or Ii ii i r or IH'rl4.Jn to run I..US" 10 FORT DALLAS I

'j l' lasts oit{ cxcopt 1o v automobile limn 11'1'' ntol LAND CO

.I, RESCUE.BOATS. j Itching Blini! Bleeding or Protruil- Irhll h ten consent of l ", r other thecl.I! 1 \'lil"l,,, pro- :

i Ins Piles. Dn Rslsis refund aqa J J'hi..q It Fir'J't Department and I, y 'I.'etrtctiy. gasolim' t"lim ori
: PalO Olntmeni falls to cure any prov9 l$ e 31or.: !
---- a agency. that b used Cur I II
t no matter of now long standing, in ;J6 Set De'f.- t shall be lawful I i may Call J I on i +tiI
to 14 days. r irnt application gives ) I ( ft in on. o".r. or I/lOn./ the I Or
true or other ) N'D.: n ::::: :: .
Berlin. Jan. 9.-Mor t Ian Ffty per ease and rest SOc. If your druggist! c raw blind b going to or n the Cur of110'11: t, unless! : =: ::NOnA.A.: .
hasn't it send Sfbe Oc in and it will II iiwbile oth..r '\:'t-ut. .Fort Vice-1'rcn.. s
eons have frozen to. deal i in the east- stamps K fr tire lt take the moat II or codcyances "t' Fort l>alla
14'11. Land .
forwarded to'you post-paid by Parts 4ble ) Aqy apparatus drawn : .ern provinces of Westqrt Prussia dur-1'! Medicine Co., SL Louis Ho. a I horsy I'' lee on the public: : e. tquipp' I and run. managed

lug" the recent cold wept er. I' I ," "a's dfi damage done to :!:1 led RIO herelnaC-r J'roIJ.I: ;boooo+oooooooooooooo __ _
I- r Two letter carriers, the driver of I, NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS i ii nrop1 jtY nre Company nAli: antomobik- and oth- n -

the post wagon, a police.can and fft-) __ __ r i Caret( 's ot' eglecl In ( ey nees described n' ire. hall I I
( flier or If'rsm h I'Inl1 the I ,
rom haJ;! e borne and paid
teen fishermen are incl e.11n the list>\'' The annual meeting' of the stockholders y tll m bee r members at : Is custody! or mar ar'm. nt.

of the dead. : of the Chase & Harney, incorporatetl 1 i roVI ways that no Fir!! r I oC record\ in a Ilook kept
d Nothing has been bear 1 of the lightship -| will 3e held at their office! parry, tc'. lbe tittbie for any : t J purpose by the q'ly' ( I.'rk,

stationed off Bark>m reef, andjFriday i I In Miami, Fla,. on Monday, the ICth,1 1I one I pri te or public property I i h the name or. ,h.. manufac- i.Hardie
I ncu ; street.SeG rsepower. s. attug I'nparfly. I ;
-'which' broke her anchorage' j jrhe of January 19J>S, st 10 o'clock!: a. m. a! Ten.-I'ire if' n otlve power used ahJ owner ,

s4 night and went adrift] ship had I I J. p. Saxelby, Secretary. !i. Qe r'' i j sIble! for all CompanIes property having the snnie 1\1\ his cus-

a.crew of fourteen HIS, and thevessels --- the City In their luanagement and Raid auto- ffi I POSE and'm

Government has sent rel et toper I, In the Circuit Court or the Seventh and ,the,t shall receipt to the other conveyances 'scribed : 'OF W
'search for her. ', Judicial 1 Circuit of Florida, in and Councecc erefor pt the time of I then be num ere loud such SIG ;PAINTERS

I I for Dade County-In Chancery. ery. jSifc i !property shall be shall be bung from jiald auto
The Fort Dallas National Bank of Ml: to tbd $Inspectionof! the Chief at \
; .JAPS PRAISE RUSSIAN VALOR. ami a corporation, complainant, vs; time no Way deem! proper. The o- other conveyance; so as to AvenueC, No th of National Bank
Lorenzo Blackstone and Anne Ci I Shall,!' blaKeia complete report in !l ) visible from the] ear, af
9-J: ; Blackstone, his wife-Order foi Pub I peel or painted on the same
Tokio, Jan. 'apanese express big t>> iCIl) Conncll, at the I
] not less than three inches In
I lIcatlon. ; ; : Meetingtlon after
I tegul r)+ any City I
Il great admiration for CeneralFock : and two inches In width, for
Upon application or me ,ofj e.ch yea of all pro I I
and the other Bass an army officers by Its solicitors, Patterson ft: Erwin the. possession of :he Fire before said automobile,<

for refusing to ; parole, and It appearing from the affidavit of SecUOGIElev l AH engines I conveyance, as described
accept; W. W. Erwin; one of said solicitors shall be run, or caused to be Ask Your Dealer
other]apparatus sod by the Fire r. For-
for standing by the men that the Defendants, Lorenzo Black partment In the service of the provided one
_ ne army U' busy pre paring to re- atone and Anne Blackstone, his wife, shallrbel cept ,lID repair by the 3.-All gntomoDiies or mo ,
y celre the Russian prisoners from Port have each been absent from the county I I sail be equipped with one
Arttar. The first batch of men- of Dade for more than sixty days ?pror44 that no repairs gong, or bell and shall
next preceding the application of this be made iiniet* authorized by : on moonlight nights, be
about a thousand-is [expected to ar order for publication, and that the | e Fire Department. ; period of one hour after

,rive at lion soon after;, disinfection, i I residence of the said Lorenz Black- : Sectiob Twelvel-The Chief of and one hour before sunrise, United B V i
and they win be sent from there to stone and Anne C Blackstone wife '_hall have '! showing white lights, getab1e Paper :
Maluma'HlmeJl aid. Kyoto.TheRussian 1s now the cite of New York and state have reP4ln made to any engine f[ at; a distance of three hundred
of New.York, and that there is no other to la use for and shall show a; red light i
generals WIll be treated person In the Mate of Florida the service inC resIn I t tot| exceed the BUm) tq the rear of such :vehicles; ,
', ,In the 'best possible j mtinner. It Is of a snbaoena la chancery cpoa twenty-nve [dolars at any one light to be unobstructed by ,i I

unlikely any Russian prisoners will be whom would bind the said defendants, He shajljreport; to the City Council of said vehicle I from be.

brought'to Tokio.REMOVING .| Lorenzo Blackstone and Anne O. necessaryf'Srepalrs he may wish) I ; It is EcoHonioal'as
I Blackstone, his wife or either of make;exceeding this amount j /.-No automobile! or other
them, and that the said-Lorenzo C. Secuod; Thirteeen.-In order to e. as above described RUSSIAN OUNOED.I Blackstone and Anne C. Blackstone, tua ,toa:' fire as qulcklpo&lIltllr.f. ,J/ by any person under the age astteBt
-I his wife, are; each persons of over nr member' of any I years of age on any of the
Nagasaki, Jan. 9-X thousand twenty-one years of age i !mayi'! jetag(ge any; dray or : In the city. i,i ,well on the market
? '. It Is therefore ordered that the said I draw I said apparatus to the are, 5.-It shall be unlawful for
: wounded Russian prisoners of war Lorenzo Blackstone and Anne C. on the bpproval of the chief the oll' to run, or cause fo be run,!j
from Port Arthur have spited at the Blackstone his wife and each of them 10f thejdV y or animal shall be or other conveyance, :

( Dairi hospital here. [ be and are hereby required to appearto 'by the5, .teljyj for the service n.te eI![ described on any of the!
the bill of complaint filed in the.. not w pxdeed two dollars ($2.00). I
of the City of Miami. at a !
said cause on or before Serfb>4 Fourteen.-Any Fire i 1 t aa.
DETAILS OF KILLING Monday, the 30th day of January; pany. gut)I yj of wilful peed than eight miles per; Fo' Wra T
; OF YOUNG t AWRENCE.' A. D. 1905; otherwise, the allegations ''or t tjkf ills l short of the j ''I ping ornatosI

t, -t of said the bill said will defendants be taken as confessedby each of ''GOmt' ttjjof members .J'I] ( | .-Every person diving an I, .

As Related by a Negro, Present at the.Time.1 .and ,the tj ounqll. |tr absent from ",, or other conveyance above i
them. ; orderbe ,consec tl efires{ ,! be ,1 shall at the reqnest or
It Is further ordered that this and the!pjilcf shall take possessing I !; byj putting tip.the hanl of any .

published |once a weeK for four each (City iproperiy as 11 may have persons driving: or, riding a':
t The.CUra .corresPbnd' of the consecutive weeks In "The Miami I
horse such
| or horses cause
charsejj'! | ; j
Times-Union, under Miami, in the of Dade and
gives the following detail i of the accidental county ,shall tlectia'Fire Marshall, at the ly stop and remain station-'
State of Florida. *I' .
killing at that! plt ice of Percy Dated this 114th day of December.A. time; nil in!like Manner, as long horses as may to be necessary, tot j Radiant
\ Lawrence, the sixteen-year-old eon'of D. 1904.' for provided:for the election of a pass. > I
4 Mr. and Mrs. )f. J. Lawrence I of Cleveland (SEAL CLK CT. CT.) C. Co Dearborn wb.o; ,'han j hold. office for one year.) 7.-No automobile! other! Beaub'pJaIoes
Clerk Circuit[Court in'ud hr Dade. | } I successor Is elected e, as above described, shall) '
Ohio and who received the County Fin, 'gnalinq J Tne" Fire Marshal, under j street or make any turn a 41 el per&ct pailJ saw made hr I ._
w shocking Information] shortly after By W. M. Pope, D. .C. direction: rthe; Chief, shall co opt' ,,street to another, or to turn HasceckY u.aw....... n.nlat of .
their arrival here last Friday aboard,, Patterson Erwin :with''itbetegnlarjpoUce force of at a greater speed than sulphur ia tile taiIet has been "knees fee_ ,
Solicitors for ComplainantAN Insure of five miles per hour: of JS ese .gas last tad) 'i.'
their yacht Vesta: i | i City; |to: order at fires and: teas '
f 1' 'prev"ntl j(heft andj other cromes. ))8.-All automobiles:; or other ..... ", I
fan w. [ :
young here as the ORDINANCE. as above described for

guest. of Stewart B. )farrts, sixteen''I''' Creating and I IEetabltahing a Fire f Department : ferenteityth shall(|t.r it I |ala;| am public) prevent with,any the be subject to the;; same li. Hane.ek's'Ijquid
ges regulations now In .1
years old a bright young'man of estimable inland: For the City of Miami of th. lore' \IDepartment, and !' that may hereafter be pro hpNcocK S ..

parentage. The two boy. were I ; Defining! ,Its Duties and Powers crowds.at : its ,and riotous assemb the regulation of hacks, cabs ; SalphuOT ; t

treat friend.;and class-mates In the I Providing for the Furnishing of Apparatus .SectloFlrejpe firtiLl Sixteen't tE !I ( ] vehicles solicftingibusiness{
I -The Chief of I
scientific department ot JAshevllle, N. andth|' Election'of Certain ; have on the streets of the II .OT -' .... It fn._a i&Ia -k ... 4
( j meat Hull power]
sit rlk
I I M k.ttrw M ak.sbtk WIll ran
Cv preparatory school, and had decided City Officers' ; I and Prescribing ee r- / janf' member or company J! i ; U l. --.. >n nli MW sraMk *ikultkr
Flre I 9.-Any person {violating kjw u4(UragSin 11M ntccial Miter
to spend T. together. taln Penalties, for the Violation of the \ DJepaitmont for any act provisions of this ordinance III... ..........eMIII.4_4 "_f. I
'He had been here sine< .* r clukte .
bb *t UJT i tnt Kan.panel's
disgrtoe the Department, until
4 both having spent sev iraj days of last oneJ! I fill'
-Be It by one hundred dollars or by1
time 'as:;fe [can bring the matter ,Wa's kwatt iatsitiia' Usa & & Odtnrtrrain'
t :week with the : o j young Law- City Council !jofj the City ,of Miami;, fore! QiajClty Council In case of not exceeding pen days. a aw assn.,r w t tctill,IM Lan SuMi.Off: *
n ,!'nce-In Jac parenl iboard Mr. Lawtence'e that a Fire Department, be and the 'disagree I >nt between 110.-This ordinanro" shall a.r. .14 x S-.. cadet r.U.a. UU*.
tilt. .....ac.N 'x/ hind.N1w.u. ail
private The .L' <:t ten days after its r.pprov- tr e. .t. t.
,- same Is hereby created and established !- Icerslor: i embers,on account of I DlIIUICt. -
r 'young men had gone due!:-lhooting on In and for!the City of Miami. 'ordination 1 eglect of duty or September llcatlon thereof.1. 1904.1! ... c .w Sf IMblM witM for fM M took. w_*MM lv.aU>f IM Muni.tar_I*
>l the Jalte,'and had with em a negro Section Twd.-The said Fire Department :- :wise,t tthi same shall be referred! I JXO. B. REILLY. Y =. =:.=: Yrrt r
the Ctr) t jQncil for its action. I I-
named Frank EvansJ tnow'n about shall consist of one or more volunteer ;, President of Council. a.t..u HACOCK
fire companies accepted by the I | Section Seventeen.-The Fire .4i N OaDe.
town. From him ;llum. Clerk. ,
Friday. the following '
{ parutjeof shal have the !
Council, managem .aLw. : loUII SULPHUR C0.
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Information w.s < ibtained' late Section Three..There shall be'' i of all-area andIts( ,officers may Dec. 2 1. A. D. 1904.I ." r r....+1 1 ...........
this evening. j"We j Chief of the! Fire Department who any MpIS1} Tt>nce with the }) I JOHN SEWEU Mayor.I I it

4 had been on the 1 ike about an shall be elected by- a majority of the or ariyj pf Us companies or m I ,
half City Council at the first regular meetIng 'in thi Witfonnance of their duty. : ORDINANCE. LI L-
hour and a had kill* d four birds. I
of the Council after the Fire Department any and lallS fires' all persons may I Section Twelve| (12) otl I
and were returning to h4! ndlng. The has 1|been organized and accepted :required ftp keep beyond a certain Nineteen (19) of the Ordi- I

wind was blowing a tiff breeze the by the City Council, to hold of: to designated{ by the Fire of the City of Miami-Re
; skiff was small and careened easily flee until the! first Monday after the ,or duly authorized! member of the to Streets and Sidewalks JSrSS
city election or until his successor is 'partnieai ting<< In his behalf and 4 J
,with three In. it. I wai rowing the I. ordained by the City Council xPr'-4 c r
duly elected (land qualified, and the !person[r using to do so, or who that section twelve (12) of I
boat with: young stem<< In the mid Chief of the Fire Department shall be I violate!! ) treasonable! nineteen (19)) of the Ordin
die and Haris In the j of the of M he officers of
elected by a majority city council ant i any Fire the City of Miami in relation
We sighted a, bird Idlr*tly in front \I i In like manner mna at the same pans prsard1 t"heFlre, Department In' and sidewalks, be) and the I
time as provided by ordinance for the I [Q I||t be 5 management of a >
: of us, floating on the wati r. and ( amended so as to read
shoot! I the rplfeftloa! :; of property that '
Harris and myself prpaed to Surveyor} 'been,' th \with fire, shall birebY

'i We v/ere standing, and young Lawrence omce for one! year or until his successor convJ U I tent not exceed! [ AH sidewalks Construct

,was sitting lie lad made no" Is elected and qualified. The fifty !d of this
: City Council hall at the 'same time {} lftyj days, or by both article within WAJf 3k
'move for preparation j! to shoct, and r and In like mater elect a First and and ,,finer( sonment, at the of the City of Miami shall 5 1 w
;' young Harris aske.1 mfe If I was ready j jT I Second Assistant. !of thflMypr.! I ': of stone, brick or cem- f

answered..Yes.f' /JAt the ame In- Section Four-The City Council may Section Rlght .-No company of a width specified in the no

_;- slant 'Mr.. Lawrence pied on us to purchase such Implements and appliances -, member'' D a company shall open for In section t n (10) of'
aV 'used '1i of ; and shall be protected by' 1l
are In exttniulshlng watf-ii! !; Irfrnt( the Miami
wait on him to get read and. at the of like ,
] curb materials.
from time Works !
and guarding against fires, I Except by order of the
same time, arose to. Ills { eet, causingthe to time as It may deem expedient, I or office) in:! charge. the ground at a depth of not I

boat to cafeen. Our guns were diecharged and distribute the same among the I ; Sectfod I;lneteen.-Ito. building { four Inches on the lode next |

simultaneo4iyk+ the entire several fire companies; provided, fire?::or;,threatened with fire, hall] tf! Such sidewalk shall be set'': i
load of Mr. Harris that such fire'flghting apparatus shall I blow} ''inp, Bulled'! down or ; and line to obtained| << f..l
weapon entering remain the property of the city; and .destroyed' ]by the Fire Department! Surveyor for furnishing' I You May Drivo Home .
the bark of
4 Mr. Lawr head. Her provided, further, that such any member thereof, ] Ctty| Surveyor shall be paid bf S
any apparatus Orderpof with a wagon tb.it everybody takes off his hat to if
fell [ ceptipy l :the with I yon
upon my back I Chief
; as dead in ,
ntl now on'bandtbe property of : a sum not exceeding two el trade with us.Ve| are not given to extravagant statement i
one minute." \ the city, may be delivered to any Fire approvalrof Mayor, and In the $2.00)) The construction of but the eiperieice we have bad selling
of]the the j
Company now or hereafter organized, sence Mayor, by shall be enforced in the
COUNTY COURT l I or distributed between several companies of the Cty$ ,Council provided for in section four Studebaker Vehicles .,
&clio : -
I ; Twenty.-The City
that may be organized under article; and ln| addition ,
ADJOURNED, SATURDAY.!! this ordinance i as the City Council steal''! jiroMde suitable quarters for | any violation of this section and
; t shall deem proper. It shall be the sever 4" Qampanles of the Fire $ persons, firm [or corpo- Harness

The, January term) of the count duty of the City,CouncIl to see that the menU and' may make such 1 be punished by a fine not warrants us in putting'st' strong. That experience t'ut'' '
I : property of the Fire Department ,Is Lion for their support and proves .'
court 1,was adjourned Saturday night : : twenty dollars (20.00 or I nothing satisfies so wdl as Studebakers. We dont need to tell ;.
for the term after having bum in cession kept in good prder, to control and direct as pro"4e It nmyTdeem proper. It may & >nt not exceedlncllen! (10) yoi that they are honest ecxxls. When yon have made >
,an the week and of the Department and see that aQ or;the payment of stated I chase you co home satisfied land star satisfied. That's the kith ''1
posing -1
arlesto! thi officers
a and
.- laws relating to fires are properly ex- members] this 20th day of December customers we need in the building of oar business. That's why we ;:
number of cases. i' ecuted. The City shall own, and the the f1re Department F. W. HAHN handle the Studebaker line.] ";
The business was wo i !.1 up la the Council shall |have control of, all the I SecjUoa j\'wentr- .-The const }, President Of Council. a. seed se.ethl.g't tetssfgureM4with yes. -
(ion 'land' by-lawsof] each ; ,
( morning by the trial jot several per property belonging to the Departmentfor company. ] : I! I J. A. Bobbins & Co. 41, 12th '
the prevention and extinguishment the Fire Department shall be Kellum City Clerk. St., Mlnod, Fla.ae.a .
sons and the sentencing of ethers Wll- of fires, except that which Is the property ted ; ','' CIty I Conncll for Its this 24th day of December. ..._ .w... ..s.ew.t.wrwn.er..r.s--
Ilam: lines. Jim Robinson and WU1 of the several companies, having proval sand( ; the tames of all (. JOHN SEWELL. p'-r..rJ arrws _.sja.ay.s S r..5.ww.wt

.. I 'J I ,f theise'1 verali companies, upon e Mayor. #
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1 POOR PROSPECT, FOR l Llr( tiler Ln:at the'time 5hl i

FLORIDA BILLS4 labor! ;U 0 e r rtarmed. uithJut4ad and rr

I DROWNED kTt q'!I ,; c. use and I Grajpefniit Orange Trees.: .

I Washington Post Thinks There'll Be Idamn.- 'r. shall be
No River I and Harbor Bill./ ,' 'ft retid 't lfi9"lt the 106Ifr I !
I c.r .b -FOR RUMMER:

(Spec'lal por. Times Union.) tt'rJ I other elj&ct.J I I.t We have now ready a large supply of well-grown

f j Washington?'; J..n. S.-The \\'ashlnI1 1.1 !part of laws In conflict clean buds, 4 to 5 feet, of the most approved varieties,

IP.rit ; ton Post, which is regarded as a very t ith :it. //lr here."y on rough! lemon stocks Write for price list. '
t ----I 'careful and accurate newspaper, is r.-pealed:1 For fall and inter laming we will han 75H)0

' Mr. Chas. Miller and, Little Son i I| out in un article this week does. -.t Grim i 7.a9edy.i t rust class luula on HI gh lemon, grapcfruitnJ' sour
,| not offer tnuchj encouragement to Flor I i ,tI I roots for which ue book orders now. Correspondence
I:1! Kellum Find Water] Graves.CHILD I ida and her Gq\'er-owent project*. Th Jail! l cull in thousands of homes 'tI solicited.' I
: ''
: .Qi' I Post save: I II 11, m4, I 1 each one, snot r I !'IK I INTERHA EN
suit .
Li -- i! "It was emphasized jestenlay at thd1 tl .smtlon or pnt'umon a. I r
|- louse that the prospects for a river| ant ugns 'and colds are pr ply ?:
I FELL OVERBOARD AND j I and harbor till are very small. ProW 4' i c.I J th4 t agedy!; Is aVorted. F 1 i I 4 .31. KLLJLM..Prop. Winlerha- en. Fla

.. FATHER WENT TO I SAVE HIM I| ably no bill will/ be reported from the: u I t cjah anJon Ind.. arils'' : 1 I i,

I committee. Neither l is it at all likely, rip I rId'I th cOljsumption and
so the leadersj! say, that there will bq three: r gh her up. Finally she Make'Your

LIVES. I public building legislation. The omnibus ,, t J.; 1(. nas New Discover or k
bill, which Mr. Warren is pressi ( II cpu ins and cold Yo hobqure4 \ WeWantEveryGrowerTHE
f :
Ilog in the Senate, will not be allowed.>! c nd: t. lay she Is we.1 ah4strou ,

1 i to pass the H, U3C." ; ills,t e germs of all dis-, MarK
J West Palm Beach, Fla. Jan. 5, 05. The prophecy of the Post embrace'I i erase I a e dose elleves. CuarateedIt. 1 STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS.

\\l lf It U the belief 'here' tonight that about all pf the bills that are of anyj I It.I of 1 1.00 Y all druggists.PP I In, the World ,
T Charles H. Miller, a well nown young real Interest tot Florida. The river and I I 'J I
man of West Palm Beach and former. harbor bill especially, is one In which : I J ''Es A1S NIGHTCAPS. i iI :bo; 't be satisfied to jvvork1alonri "' Vegetable"_A complete ma nual of Florida crop ..

) 17 a resident of Miamq/w th his three Florida expected liberal treatment lu in the same old way; Orar&es.-Of special interest to orange growri."Florida

> year-old son, Kellam, vai drowned in the matter of!{ appropriations. Thereare : I [" b Fa illy Doctor.) for] low wa es. We can Strawberries. Booklet on Soil Varieties CultlraUoB..

Lake Worth three miles south of this a number of new projects of greats i ier. I Th 1 I is EUFODS h common fruit that; hetp! rou carve out a sucsful o Fertilization." {I .;1

place about o'clock thI. afternoon. -or less ::1xt+nt. old projects asking !' cry ( are familiar with its ces career. Thousands Irish Potatoes."-A Booklet on "Soil Seed Planting and Cultivation; Ef eel
lira.. Miller who waf formerly Miss continuance and,needing money to carry 'I'II "emar .\? mea ious medicinal prop- ha e ncreased their salariesby ofJFertllizen, Digging andlShlpping"

;t Same Kellum, of Miami: was with her on the work I, besides projects scant-)I 4rtic ,. y ought to know tbVt&t following our plan., We "Pineapple *'ertill ing."-Of special Interest to pineapple grower

IfI: husband and son at thel Ume of the ray treated in fhe clamoring for more St 001 ng he can do is I jto ca t ain you in spare time, Ideal. ,FerUlzeu.Boot showing an our different brands, analyses pries S
accident and reached ![the city at six; liberal treatment in the future. I, J at 11,' I'r fore retiring for the and at small cost, for any etc j.I i ,
O'clock this evening with/jthe sad news there Is no Aver, and harbor bill there' Bight 1j I of thF following positions:] New uj Revised Editions of the above just published,sent free for the askta* 4
that she,believed that Mr. Miller and will be disappointment all along the

KeUum had gone to the bottom of coast j | j r pptled! I ::,Beauty. j tolct liicfcukat I lEaHmr, Btctrtci.; Btctrtdn Stua: temrw CM. *; WIL ON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COJIPMJACKOKIVILLE. ,

Lake Worth. It has been known all along that. It : t' I L t1ed; Drafissu; lactktepw; Stnitnatsr -
Mrs. Killer, found Mr. !H. S. Miller, there was aver and harbor bill. It H wa.rd' of 209 W. 24th St, : Tucker; Sin-Cart Wilier; f Fla. {
the well known merchant!,of this place, would be a small one-an exigency 'ew d Ii; t .3 time had her beauty Wads Dresser; IT U Wilier.W _

and the father of her husband.'Jnst sit. measure, and' approaching nowherenear poste .HtJbeu trouble. She writes: ,I.70D11r..tana. which' _|. Chase .. ,
I' I ha or eczema for yeah tloo. 1. yam. _
dinner at ,
tine down to his birthday the seventy-million-dollar bill of "-- :F'l&. "
,y fire minutes to six, and tow him the two years agog If the Post Is corrects)' n I If cure It, until I use BRO, N & MOODY STOCKTON & BRADFORD
'' te ] iJ i mica salve." A quick INTERNATIONALCorrespondence
terrible news ( I this question presents tlseU.ha an CutlerMiami II Little River.
Mrs Miller's story Is {that: the, her is the river end harbor committee so ; !e for cuts burns and sorbs; Schools ,.
t :
husband and three-year-old son, were busy at work for?" It is a fact that 5c a f Irugglsts.' B.x 7W. smirros. ri.. r

riding In a launch which was towing the committee' is holding dally sessions >I : : OUS AUTO: DRIVERS. I I .rutls.: I ors uit' suttnzrrlvs.WI .
a lighter loaded with fshelle. when lit and hu )been doing it ever since I

, tie KeUum, the aoat fell overboard. the last week:Jin November preceding'I'; The,: :! \ Will, Take Part in the 0 I i\ {George Coates School Of Music And Elocution
l mad. ,Mr. Miller plunged over after him.excited the opening of Congress II 1 I i ,
h, She,says.that she was. and not Florida Is not I interested very t i ':11' Daytona Meet. .I Bo 141, Miami, r....
i Fo' E ne t of Metropolis rek
bill lj
being thoroughly' familiar with the tenslvely in the omnibus claims
J .
ers a In ertsted in automl';
mechanism of the lau 1c'h. went some She has a few thousands in private;I KILLThE.CO.UCHANDCURE
distance before It oc+&ed to her* to claims to present, but If there is disappointment ''I flag I' cln? crow "c- publisafolloie u ElocutionJ1LEDRisCZKA
ir l e of the worlds famou THE LUNC8
throw out an anchor!j When she fin there it will not be general I
] auto| | ttIs, whc will take part in jh -
stoppedthe' launch, she hastily would bee
any but of Individuals who ; i,
I Orni
,got Into a small; rowboat atached to It eflt by the respective claims. fl \ ytonaj! race meet this mont I tf DrKing'sNW r

and returned to wher j Mr.' Miller and Florida, th
Kellum,went o"er but failed toj' public building bill or rather Fernan'j i M; '1 90, I. p., W. K.Vaderbl f ,I [ Discovery[ .
Jr., ( rand des aver.Me
them.1 f 'f i
find any trace of dina, Ocala and Gainesville are. Each, '
Mrs Miller after making that hie 90 h. p., E. R. Thona 'I ONSUMPTION frkeOUGHSaad sa neat. bv Ja l t
has a project!of Importance taught director of{the celebrated Stern
;. a search of,considerable I area around been pending jfor some time and each ,Jowuf I I:1WID: Hjwley. driver ; FOR: LOS iOefttl-OO FrM Trial. Con er .atory of Music"in aid Individual and limited clai.a in.truc- ky
) h
where: the accident occurred: << the came of these cities will be disappointed'If If : p., H. L. Bowe.owng tion li-lle. Lcttrew. French Latin. Arithmetic and higher Mathematics '
!, ashore In the rowboat {and. made her the Post has correctly outlined! the t 'I Sorest; and Quickest Core for all
THROAT and LUNG TBOUB.LX8 i specia ty. For terms etc.! apply to
way to town as Quickly u possible. programme ofj the administration. ,It I owns Mr l' 90 b.. p., S. B. Stephdn MOUIY BACK.! I ,
She says she saw Mn|Miller go down' will be useless for them to.appeal to driver.Me Mrs Guild Smith 130 Miami Fa
twice. and rise and .never, saw himuA the delegation-.for the delegation.Is left.+' 90 h. p., B, M. Shanley. ) ., I Nithjst. :
administration owneL n b l driver.: I .
powerless, as]against the t I I I ,
of searching parties hareCone I 9tt h. p, JamesLBreeownpt4 -
making I
; and as for an exceptioi
to the scene of the accident and in favor of Florida that is out of thb j drh@r. !' I Call
fe are dragging the lake bottom. question for every exception Is, i+ Mercebes. 60 h.' p., James. L. Barr' '! J. A. DANN, ; cm 'U..s
4 Miller asAe was well OWDt, drtvpr.Rena I ,I i iI it
Charlie f precedent, and there are over Jfou r ituls
; :90 hJ \V. Gould Broke We want a description of
known was at one time{engaged In the hundred members in Congress each of ; p. I
j conduct of a bakery at'Miami and was whom Is an enemy of the precedent owneni drlv,r. j f J your real estate for sale. ,f
also'a salesman In '1.h l store of John attempted iy [the other fellow butt:! a ; h. Pr'! A. G. Vanderb'll I t. i iI a =
win owns Paul Sartorl, I We want
BeweU t Bro. He. a brother of friend of the precedent he wishes for JI a description pf
H. Dale Miner, of Miami.J ( himself. ; Na {pO h. I I p.. A. MacDonne! I.driver. I. z I your houses for rent. k.
I owneowne L ta {t J
a- -j It is said that the President Intend 1.6
Dd !rltttICh.I h. C. F. Thomas, / We rat
Mr. Miller was well and favorably to call the Republican leaders of thj ab: p. : rI want to show yon some

; known here. Several j years ago he Senate and House Into consultation In driver ; bargains if want to
:V iiotfthkl 1's I 90h., p. Henry Fonrnfc--, |- i4> I ;
was identified with the business of a day or two to discuss the legtelatioifor ., ,
'Messrs. John Sewer It Bra. but re the present and future and how to owns t drl1' r. I I A GOOD GUIDLJi.TMA..A..a.l"',......._01, buy anything in our: line.
.........._ I
PI h. J. S. Heller.Da .-.STt.VkJ'.1>"a.wl d Iii ; "
to'EO Into the bakery business best make good the deficit in the trey p. _U. _Id..Ie. We
signed I. ... ''.t''''-. 'ad want to show ourlist
h La Roche.tIIK .
80 p., F. A. : ,
b@ kgaln treasury real I f
here: Leaving that engaged ury. The deficit is the : RlfU* PUII Sh.t....* '
with the Sewells and fpen they open reason for thej, talk about abandoning i* sCan Cars. ICOh I t )-..u._or.--.8. ,.... of houses to rent.
.. ... .
OldfleldL I ...
Petn Barney I .f.VA.1.1r.-'t J rat Aq.h+ I
ed their branch boose jln West Palm the apropriatlon bills referred to, and I I : p- I I ...-:::=---.4.J..e..IJ.. Ii I : We sell houses '
Forl Frank Kulick.p. Ik.S.SS..Ldda.-e easy
Beach,he went there as'manager: ,holding Just where the knIfe will be applied r. I'I el..4y..at..LSTLVLNB
the position until &e business was will be one of I the topics of tha Whit Wint m.. h. p., Earl Kiser. riKC.AR.MS' ; terms. Let us show you.

closed up last Prtnc.11slnce| then'be House. conrerebce. ., Po I'dO'JO'; h. p., A. C. webb'l -.Id.. ;.maw.Lad. ....r. :.- 4s3.% [HorseslioeiDg i : We sell farms terms to-
_'j whl 4,l'5' Webb Jay. ....g..a_ J--w-I-" Vbe 4..r on
has been engaged In, operating a _ACiU".T.. ". ..,.,ALm .
'launch and other boats'on Lake Worth. Greatly Demand. Co)fa bfa. 40 h.: p, E. C. YrMi yl-,1 Y ... b I,. Ifr 1.4 suit. Come and see us.

:, He wu the IOU dt Mr. H. S. Miller, 1--- ; Thqmad nyef, 40 h. p., C. S. He: i- ssd..a0we.rq e.rwr IS r1 eve....-. BlacksmiltiiDg, 'r4.

"'A the: well known groceryman, of West Nothing Is more In 'demand than a shaw4Il If'I' ,- ", i J.STKVXNS ARMS*TOOL CO. We sell or exchange everything -

Palm Beach and a brother of Mr. medicine which meets modern require; ;, 10 h. p. F. J. T11usPees .I', _r.fall O. Bs. M 4HiCbhii ..... u. 9.A. Carriage and .in the
t a Dale Miller, of this city, who when meats for a blood and system cleanser, I I I. 24 hi:' p.. A. E. t0l'rU0D.1| I Iln I I

apprised of the shocking tragedy this luch... as Dr. Mara New Life Pills.; Fr u ], 20 >ti. p., W. F. Winchester.ffL 8a Work. Real Estate Line.

Booming by a. Metropolis reporter They are just wbat yon need to cure S.I I"&: [Simple" 75 h. p, Frank err '1tt gti u" OD i .
'OTld DOt'cn4t\,the 'fact. He said. stomach and lITer troubles. Try them! driver. I 1 I a1f
something tautt'be ,|wrong or else At an druggists, %5c, guaranteed. BO h. p., Dr. Harold JG.rhomkij '. 4 !'' MAQI' North Eaat Comer : ., At Cooley& Homer
r' know and '" :[owner!and driver. ROLLER BlAtlNG. C.urt HOMJM Sq..... 1m
would hare le4n. Idmii
,t be father has not tetecr&phe1lme.} ,Mr. Killer A IABOR' BILL. '.,i-. : Chrisdcl look{ h. p., Walter Christ! 1 HIGH.CIAOE. i r II.
r owae uid. driver. 4 ,. ,
then hastened to send a message I
that brought the shocking reply: "Tistrue. The Industrial Record, of Jackson I wh, R60 s ," h. ,p., nollla White, own f'

tin- Palm Beach rille of Which James A. Hollomon ,is ", .
He will leave

:* possible tonight to to render the grief what,stricken I assistance family.is that editor It.wlU and 'present manager at, baa the next announced labor Legislature andTE went Hr.c sea\ for I her Chattanooga official test, whl a few? /Now i Is the Time

wife and a bill for an equitable coo-i
Mrs. Millet the distracted ik >/wan forced to return to Ne r.
Is much needed InFlorida dayal
Miami'girl where she tract law,
mother; was a bill Mr. HoI-< POrt[, Bsccouni?I of the heavy weather To
:was met and wedded;;; She was Miss The proposed by i her Plant orang.e Trees
cousin of City Clerk M. R. lomon is toj prefect the employersagainst swep pier carrying away several r
KeUum a movable articles "

3 s; KeUum, ,; and of the a niece'Western ojt Mr.Union W. H.Telegraph McDonald -- The bill the Is worthless as; follows class of labore'Ii(11!.1 1"An i!1' totij&i' 1 other 'I i\ I ISEV I i i !II and Grape Fruit rAl

Company.,.. The'jbereaTed: family Act to make. it Illegal for any pee-I REST, | COLD IN YEARS.I.! iI I "

hare: the sympathy ofjj&e; entire commnnity eon value to procure on .icontract'to j money or perform other thingof seri 1, L.,.' I' I .1 A.to.n.tkLast.. o> Rose Bus es for Winter Blooming''

; In their affliction. KI, .s llle, Jan. 10.-The most sev'eireended + j
vices with intent to defraud, and to fix n i I
II I the punishment therefor and for others and I ,know storm for miiy : w : I And all other rnamental trees and shrubs ;

HUNDREDS DRAGGING FOR THE BODIES purposes. | ij ye I r. here today. 11: IM e cill or write ft r descriptive catalogue and other
'West,Palm Beach'if p.'mL-SearchIng "Section 1. $e It enacted by the Cetieral w I[lfe1l bern, for many yca.rspreraijlng 'I I, I information.GRIPPING .

parties worked late last night and Assembly,! and it Is hereby enacted ,, trace fLrcciaijOn| the Atlant'c Coast I by turing this

all of today without finding any trace by the authority of the same Thafrom i! n 1 secured a sub-contract I lor reliableigl' hvnCII; ; I BROS. COMPANY 4 4a
i'. of the holies belnI j| and after the passage of this ac1 another I vent miles on the' Jac nvi1I9 grade se,.-

.. ,:New drags are made in i num- if any persoaj shall contract with ]j ,, Sout western railroad vc>st I Iof I ins j rachinai

.1.- 'beI:'.-and additional Bragging. parties to perform; for him services R bany j I II N M. rry i nd has already entt i ellI CLA1tANTEE.National POMONA /NURSERIES
I ii UMEST .
effort far kind with intent to procure mono; coiAiact. He left this i : ;
are being formed. Every so I uponMoq f Myj I Ii I 1 Man .fike. Nur rrr b.
to recover the bodle4[bas failed, and I Ij I or other thing of value thereby i< 1 j [j 'ith | L force of twenty-el ht Sewing Machine Co.J ; A\cC and 12th St tj. -t.ir- Little River Fla.
j the family,Is becoming discouraged. 'j not to perform luch'semce, to thui I baud 4d su ed that he proposed a! to -j J ,BELVIDERE. ILLINOIS. i
The search now general and hundreds loss and Ciroage of the hirer, he shall J get 'at imce do m to business Th, J. i

,.f, of parties .dragging. aU parts be deemed a common cheat and swig I Iler ,i & SI ,||t.ill n< >w be extended toi t>f dmaa 'i Tr- j
!; of.the bay. ,f| i. and upon. conviction shall be pu :,,. I PC i flay of; the Gulf, and the work! J1 DtiA i tURE'O
Ished as prescribed In the codes.Sec. I of j iig wee : from Newberry wI1Jbe.aboM. !: .
!t An Alabama man spent thirty days 2. Bej:it further enacted That *i eifihty-i x miles, and aliputtwelve .
# In Jail for kissing a young lady against satisfactory proof of the contract the ||monthi'will be requiredj! tocomnlete DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
15. ; 0 Tb.atookt4cmue.74umnte.lust w..%klck MO*hf M....
i her will. There are some stolen kisses procuring thereon of money or other It. 'This will give tbe road. I ir&IIO O.LT AT TIll kUOUTOTT .* I..
I thai are worth thirty; days in JaO.. thing of nine' the failure to perform u t R i- et on'I nth the Gulf and j( t. E. C. D.WITT & COMPANY. CXUCACO IL=.'
'!"$ Tampa Tribune., You needn't pass any the services :'so contracted for or fail- hIa 1 cUont'We.-Galnes neI I c

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