The Miami metropolis
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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 20, 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
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System ID: UF00076100:00084
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Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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;i VOL.9-NO. 33.l Dad* Gouty. JANUARY 20 1905 TWELlKIPiGS .




:, RULER'S I ill LU-1-I : DEFENDANTS'i .

f IcY I w RECEIVED on, Jan. IS-Senator Stone, Afrer a nding on the docket aid Fall River, Jan. n.-The Ui"lIa11.h
1" ELECT LljMAN AND FELL I f Mlssou ,
made A lengthy speech in pending I the court since ISOl tjhe i of operative Mho
: have been Idle the
.Dastardly Attempt Made! Today to Assassinate Emperor. Nieholas II ROM :'p ; NOY IN he Sec ate today supporting his reso- 'I
I 'I ARBO F IslND CITY. 1 1I. utlon dire $10,030 damage suit instituted by E. It past six: uionths as a result of a'I
jting the Senate I
and Others Who Were In His Part). :, n Judiciary. to investigate the coijimittee|barges Andf rson ts. the F. E. C. Hotel Co iu- strike fa the cotton mills, returned U "

I.( .f corrupt on In connection with, the 1 puny, cauie to an abrupt ending Lie their former placus today. 1y

-I r,1 CAVILLE' VS.!I FITZGERALD. I etrop l3ure u. hPY west. Jan.Yl ,: laUonal elections cf 1S9C and'that' oflast ycst<'rday afternoon by Judge Jo ea The mills wer i brilliantly illuniia-
I Yl A la rowel gathered al the art jcar.X He said In part: I
C SHOTS FIRED FROM. ordering t le jury to retire and brig aced at six o'clock, the! opening hour ,
Interesting Swimming Match Arranged ]i t sit ry Th y ni ht to witness the l i i "Charge:; ; have been made \jf]. Alton I I ,
In a verdit< for defendants. and the returning operatives seemed p
r i i j. e of Itetbal betwIn'the band Parker I and Theodore H..oIJIie\'cIL I
BOURSE[ ,i for Thursday Week. I I I I This cake has teen on tlal In the confident that their
THE I and the treys eKm. Both teams Fhey are lot vague Irresponsible ru.pore conditl< a will

D1AiTERY! "' played. v. ver but the barracks ; the; are definite charges. We circuit cojrt since last Tuesday a/1 'r- bo greatly improved u a result of the

., One' week from, tomorrow, Thurs eem wOI Lfypa t'l: sco e of four to two. : :annot Ignore$. them. Let the 1'J"t'aUp- noon, dU ng which many witne a agreement reached yesterday.'

day. January 26, an Interesting swimming Orbs h iyfelgh played theIr first I Lion go onl J If the Democratic party for and against the defendanta. though It Is believed Governor Douglas, la
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.WHILE DEDICATING ICE PALACE match for a:cup prize, will take game wt8 Ihn first i army team. When hat been recreant; If It la also guilty to spectators and others, it appearedthat t his >arbitration of' the question of a

!i place in the Royal Palm casino, between lime 'was da ed the score was found I bf this monstrous crime against good I Andetson had but a small, in any margin of profit.'for the manufacturers
BARELY MISSED ROYAL PARTY, Cavtlle U Z ID avor of the army government, let It suffer the between the price of raw material ,
Percy the noted Australian t ob conse, ease at afl. and at the COI1cl'1llolal] of
I I and the finished will
KIWNG ONE POLICEMAN AJtO swimmer and Instructor there. quences.",; i the testimony the court ordered a tier goods, bins a

+ WOUNDING FOUR OT -IERS.f and Mr. Louis FlUgrrald.. ode of the [/1. 1 While|i, iCrUigiuKJ I a teloiiuuuv "i.u,' r 5..ualur J Stoue further dec-Wed that,I uict for ucfeuuanu, ao utterly had ,Utderaoo higher. scale"of wages In the near'fittore. t
beet amateur swimmers in America. Dan Rnsfell. an employee of the i j1Jndef circumstances this act of the failed In "making good" his tL

f I The race will be a distance of twenty I Southern jj!#ell Telephone Company, National Republican Committee chairman I claim. I ,- -,- \

r lengths of the pool and return I Mr.Cavllle was paint| /: and dangerously injured.I and Jibe former secretary of the Detail [of the caae and the caosY of The large launch Barracuda Captsla

St. Petersburg Jan. 19. During the giving MrJ Fitzgerald a handicap Mr. Ruse| waa o4 the telephone pole: "department 1 of commerce and' labor I action are t well known. Anderson operated Chaa. Thompson got away for the keys
of two lengths, or In other words, In front''of; the Convent He had thewire [waa an act of gross immorality If a bicycle chair at'Palm DMCA. Friday afternoon with quantity of J

;;,. .auual oeremo des of Messing the Cavllle will swim twenty. lengths while in hl)> hand and it became slack nothing worse.-Ii Ho said that Mr. Cortelyou The defeise claims that he had been supplies and provisions for the houseboat

i ;''water" In front of the wl,nter palace Mr. Fitzgerald goes eighteen.I and tout ,d:?the 4'Ire which supplies I, adipltted, having received I funds I ordered off the property of the laid Boaeflsh, which Is aceompaarleg J
.:\ tr'the Emperor tbli morning severalshots'were Mr.'Fitzgerald' fs a son of Captain }be day] fcurrent. The force of the 1.I from corporations"' which exist, In con hotel company repeatedly; that 1 he one of the parties at engineers nga C.

it' : fired from aero ta the Neva, Fitzgerald, owner; of/the commodious shock b&skW; hlr from the pole and I :traventioqof:;, law. for the purpose of persisted j In returning and was finally ed In making the surrey of the proposed 3

1 ,the bullets the windows ofj..tM houseboat Bon1 .,/how In this port, he hung(; depend from the wire nn11 ...:'destroying competition and which or I ejected a arrested for treapa... D'der8Ol1 route of the F. E. (? Ry. to Key

enters and who Is also aboard, with his father It burned through. He fell face-i t tdlnarUy, expects favors from the Gov c med a right to CO on the WeaL This morning the launch Louise.
{ paiacey though no oni was hurt. '' .
and family. He Is a member of the downward filth bit arms extended onIbe ternmett.I : property with hU chair aDd ae engaged regularly In the business of
jjj 'The incident, caused i onsljerable. New York Athletic! Club and Aspects rock.|sJdewalk. Mr. Tom Otto He further said that It Is significantthat he was f rclblr ejected aDd arrested a ferry between here and,the.surrey-
-'i.alarm, j Ors. bnUet- \cttj Ir hole two to. give C}ville all .the ;,swimming he and Mr.j'''i'Ramon Ilivors were the first.. the (president selected I as the brought ull for the above auto Ill. Ins parties also got away for the lower

fj Inches In diameter through the upper Is looking for: to win: Owing Cavllle. arrive dithe scene of the accident Republican Ii campaign manage] a man George Worley represented the keys with supplies, for the parties engaged

double windows' tmmedlitely above being a'profcssionai and Mr. Fitzgerald Fiey turned' Russell d over and found., without any political experience who plKIDtllf nd G. M. RobbIns, the de.fendanl there. .'

y the Stoop of celebrities aid shatteredJ1'the I an amateur the, race cannot be for 18 face'Mtered'" *ilh blood. Dr" Maoney -, .had Wn at the head of a department olel company.An I'I -____ ; .

correspondents' and c fflcers' elec-I i,I a money consideration, hence the reason wasfsummoiied at once and arTred where hej-was; clothed with inquisitorial \her Cue Non-Sult.d. I I which delay caused the fruit to decay '

.,if trio lights on-the cpposit side of the I that a cs? fit he donated the I aliposl Itneedlately.. Ruaselrs.II p wet. to spy Into the secrets of A 81m r. proceeding: transpire In.. and become a low to Uig plaintiff! before .

,winner. I.II binds wer'1 |burn hock. and the the trust' which contriuuu *| to the the sam court this morniot; 11 en i it reached the Northern market.

: 'y An officer picked up on the bullet*. U.I juries|pivcly '- m the i- were compar- Republican campaign fund. I II' Judge Jo f'S ordered a non suit In the I After bearing the testimony for the

j ;which Is of Iron and i esembled7pertal a SEVENTY MINUTES. L j .bA hlubut/ the. fall Injured damage !lit of J. C. Truitt YL th F. I plaintiff a non.suit was ordered aa

; ,shrapnel bait / i i. m dan roualy.1.Dr. Maloney pro- Mr. and, Mrs. a J. Barrett] of Chicago E. C. Ry Co.. and iu which the urnof the evidence was not sufficient to justify -

4 Soon ,afterward the In party I Was All Required to Dispose of Murder Ina, uuN'd.I.
'; re-entered the palace. and the'Emper'occnrrence-I ]! Trial. 1W" an I 4 ere 1 juries to the spine. ,to spend j I,the season at the' Royal ng three carloads of ult,,samo lawyers as above were ,In this ;

t 4"u' Informed of the It:1e: whether! eiprt ;sed his opinion as Palm. i i from B na Vista to Jackson lie, case.
Seventy-one minutes after the selection | f will --
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la the waiL lIe was obcored and a Jury :p pt Is watj:lp.lug t] le rase closely, and :.: ; f "LI
"** hardly glanced at the places Indicated. forty-Hire minutes after the taking I 'awaiting Ei\'elop ents. These inju-
shooting' of the first of the1 evidence In his case j jI 4|es ven severe nature and
'AD Investigation of the was aril ,
I J. Madison Hurst, charged with mar Ijiay reshipio 1 f fatally 1'>Jr. Russell Is an + Im1parta 1

,.r'. oedlately der of C. Drew, Jones, Just one year : ; >e< ; the I southern Bell Tel. I !have q Sec etto I you

.." 'i Later.-Additional particulars show I' and a day before, the trial left the phone CJQ,, and arrived last wbek from {
bar a free man, says the Tampa TrlI
miraculous ltampa.lt|
*f}. .that the Emperor bad s| | ,
k ,escape from death. There Is.no longer .I bune. i ,. ,i! At out I harbor presents .a i I
t I It was the shortest murder trial on ; Pfr.t ear ice, The German ;
but that the came ,
-in any doubt !jnisaili I I 11 t
1"9 from_a gun on the Bourse battery!j record In Inns rough county, and Uainlnsstip'day' ,. Mol .e arrived Wednea.rainlngshlp ,

y. loaded with grape and not shrapnel perhaps the quietest an| most harmo- ':, amckme 4Ilhel U. S"j Topeka ft' ; 'f s
.. niou. In Florida! Not a Juror was : to 'ursda r. The monitors .

$;1 bullets,Some'of the'bDitei'-'trtlck| the open I challenged by either'side; not a statement 1!Lrkansii and Florida' and the battleship ,i / c .'

'k"t chapel in which the Emperor was by a single witness was Impeach. Tee' |'f?with jJRear dmlral Sands i. !
.1ct. ataad1og about his staff '['i of: standard, ed; not an objection was made to any aboard.':arctred! Fr da1. Captain Blck- a i

iV'"'c' 1U11nI: a policeman outright II and question asked; [not a witness waabrowbeaten nell' who,*M commandant of this station. I L I c ,. 7

,f[ ,wounding four others. Had the gun or a lawyer Insulted. Not Is i in commanjl? of the Texas. Rear

{' ,been aimed a little lower the shots even did the opposing attorneys have ':Admiral t Sands Is in command of the "

have wiped out the whole Romanoff ., any sarcastic remarks to make. Everything Caribbean eQudrot. The tralnlngshlp '
;.y4 might I I l lI
:. -t, dynasty. |II( was u mooth M crystal ] {a'j expected dally. These II ,
from the Impanelling of the jury to ships wtT: I ;
J ,Everything on the surface seems to remain" ,] in the harbor sev I
the the verdict of not guilty rendered by eras daj-B/and; proceed to Cuba. I
.indicate a deep laid plot]against ; .
L/ Ufa of tbeKmperor in which) arUHeryzn4 .! the Jury under instructions from the I t, Tt,till' STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
court motion of counsel for the QUARANTINE.T :
!f: : In toe service of Jthe Russian upon .
< : defense. i GOVErn'| _4.
i ; 'Goremment are enlisted j I I II -
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In fact, the whole trial was a mere E Keep Out .
Splenetic or '
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i evidence II I .
formality the of the State '
Sot Cattle Fever. f
J i clearly showing 1(that the dead man i n It -+- / I WILL TELL YOU, ON TI& QUIET WHERE YOU CAN SEE THE NEW
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was the aggressor all the way through I W Jan. !. -The department -! 1 I. 106 SPRING WEARING APPAREL.
:! Au old Federals are cordially Invited
and served only o vindicate the defendant '
.."'Camp.ftre.-! beheld all j Igriculture has Issued regulations IT 18 BY FAR THE LARGEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
to in
participate at Ulendorff Hall, Jon' Saturday Its officials, and were'conscientious to show' the public in that the aJFederi I ipq|an.4'irderiag,
', eRrentng at.1IO.Ju. il.Retie 1yb5.f> discharge of their duty to the State. part of, to Southep and other States YOU WILL SEE IN THIS, LINE THE NEW 1909 "DUN LAP" STRAW rTI

(#' >- C. J. Comdt to prevenlflhe l l spread of splenetic, or; I I HATS; THE LATEST IMPORTATIONS OF SRAW HATS FROM PARIS. .

'J'* Uaynard A Son, the jewelers and Bouherfi[rarer among' cattle j I 1'' THE NEW SUMMER CL THING. FROM AND '
;,'t The F. E. C steamer Blscayne. after I
undergolnj opticians,tare to supply the 'ThenUne.+ territory Includes i s LANG, MADE OF TROPICAL WORI TECS, FLANI4ELB AND URGES.
*having been j repairs forwent I It demand for prize In yacht races ; I
the eastMij'frart > North Carolina, allot !
past. i
hi autoboat races athleUc events and '
j South Indian
'to the terminal dock yesterday in the finest WILSON
testimonials haying
W by
Aiabami! Mississippi and Louisiana I 1 ,
aooa where she will be !I provisioned [ STAR.F | E
7 line of loving pupa and urn ever lid a pi oi Virginia, a large part of I 4 D
J: .and supplied for work In the bay and brought to Miami. '[heee cups are of Georgia taad"part i of Tennessee andidahottip i MADE UP IN ALL THE, NEW MATERIALS BEAUTIFUL PAT.
the } DEN i
t i with the surveyors In keys.: The solid silver, gold lined with polished I r-1 I TERNS OF SUCH GOODS AS MOSAIC MADRAS. AND END MADRAS

,f.' first work the Biscaynej wffl do wfll ebony bases, and are of various sixes IThe ClpttlfUI1, will i : be enforced nn>i i! ,I CREPE MESH, MERCERIZED I PONGEE WHfTE, OXFORDS IRISH
N .'."be; that of rebuilding and repairing }
and designs. This firm Is prepared toeDgr'8e '
lit '
-oyeuiltr 1 pnless the conditions T
erected the LINEN, JACQUARD | CLOTH.
( the numerous by I I.
the cups to suit the demands
:* O. S. S. Line marking the chaD'Del of purchasers, and for the quality of fiau .llf : I I YOU WILL SEE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL LINE OF I II NECKWEAR EVER
ale not maintained ,,1 I f 'I 1
which by
and I
the goods'the prices l are reason I ;
very I slid water committee of the I ,
s .; the Government After I this the Blscayne able. ITbede: I : to ilch delegated THE LINE OF MEN'S AND LADIES' SHOES 'FOR WALKING FOR
1 w was
: wffl go, to the keys1, though the the aut to and have I : OUTING.I FOR DRESS AND] EVENING WEAR 18 BY FAR THE MOST ;
time for engaging In {he|1 work there I Ii purchase I I 1. A
t : Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Oallbecker. erected in pew fire hydrants Is I I : COMPLETE AND EXQUISITE I EVER SHOWN. THE LINE OF LADIES'
lPI..DOt been set [ entirely I society people of St. Louis m' I i I .
rebuilt and aappilwith;. new' prominent put th : noonj with Mr. Kemperntendlng i I SLIPPERS AND OXFORDS IN THE NEW BROWN, TAN AND CHAMPAGNE *.
who visited here for some time last w to II the laying ot t
; .boilers and" machinery |and Is nowM I' year have returned to the Royal Palmto the nei l-tatcr mains, selecting th i COLORS IS THE) ESSENCE OF PERFECTION. .. .... 1A
(* strong and substantial U when ; the se1aon. : I THE LINE OF WHITE BUCK WHITE CANVASS: AND WHITE LINEN
spend street |l upon which th
I ajersections ;
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a '. nor.- I new hv Ifacis will be placed. If the I SHOES IS THE LARGEST, EVER SHOWN. | !

,., Mrs. F. W. Gullbert, child and nurse commi(1 efe'concurs la the plans as pro- I NOV. tf !P THIS SECRET TO YOURSELF BUT DO NOT FAIL TO I '
: current knagarlne is I J [ .
A writer in a and Mrs. E. R. Dibble and child, prom bared jt y\ pa' water. works engineers. STOP AT SEWELL'S AND! SEE THESE BEAUTIfUL CREATIONS IN ,
,pooled to know why) so! bany young I inent people of Minneapolis, are Jhe fir|t epartment will then be ableM WEARING APPAREL. > .
,: ,men study law and never, practice It. the recent arrivals at the Bls-
.L I among ? reaql the business portloiof : II
? "They probably find It helpful' in keeping cayne for an Indefinite. stay. the i' ttwith| :sto feet of hose and 1:1 t J Ir

,!-'f' 'out of. JaO. any paf i;{the ctt'uq' to second street:

'7i Mr. and Mrtj! F. J. Arch of Dayton ;Wlth: 5J I r eL This commute consist*

.:. Miss Wakemah and mild. Miss F.. 0., accompanied by Mrs. Arch's bf MesW)Rellly Jnd J. L Wilson. John well&'Bto.
A'ateroah AHA ,Miss William; prom nurse, have arrived at the Royal i : r I
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t society ladles of, Southport. Palm to spend the season. Mr. and }! :' : tn. 3..IA. Dun have been ::1 .

tonn,11who spent last season at the i. Mrs.. Arch will I be remembered u {otatetti4ltg! aa ,,their guests for the \Sewens Shoe Storr. Sewtp's'I Clotheg Store. SewelTs Tailoring CstabCshmcat.
Palm have returned there to having spent all of last season at this :past several Misses Maude and. j .

J-, .zrsIDtit, the- balance of the season. I I. popular hosUeryL, g t Myrtle'' days Cutler. '
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METROPOLIS 1'' That Jury ;I System Matt.r. -ml;ben o after years they loaf ned !t AdVices from Venezuela Indicate ooooooooooooooo. I _
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Through+jut the State the press ':'Is th4e<< accused In theie petitions for| that President Castro will introduce

J.'Friday 4 crying for ja better jury systtm ![,and, ntf'! ;.reclaIlUons of Innoc4nce, ;| Jiijjltsn methods in his dipaomlcy.: (Contractors and :
MJUherf Every In the Owners :
I Metropolis ,.advocating line adoption of a measure I old the, truth, but appealed' Inr I Property
t Building.. II that 'illalntuIb ,,
some other ;
.- 1 that will }make !t compulsory pOD I Count Cassini I. the.Russlan Arabassacjor -. 1
1 : red t19! : lire of the frb5 a314 1n. I If yuu d t n't want to SAVB MOSEY,
7 j E, ii. JIIII, flU &Lo kaa, Sic. lrra s>'.eaih and every male citizen Irrespective to the United Stpu-s/ declares we can't :
nick : ,jliclp If -
jou do
at4 Nhlle the victim oC c r urn.sli I you co 1C tothe
The liami Pri tang Company, of calling or business! to serve I ; that the war In the Far! East will be _
his county land State in this most Ira i, sufttgcd for his offenses j wapd to the bitter end; That's just
11 ,10 not charge that such I be ; J. A McDonald
i tered in 'th P solace at MiamI.F1a" portant maSu-r. jll where the Japs have been carrying it Co.
Je the
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as ,sewn lass matter.Sbe Under the present system of secnr, I I ever since !it began. : '
tr' by cqltpeteot! and into+ tntI 1 .AM; BUT YOUR
ing juries, (those men of high intelli"iRfnce h tn I : .
01) eton and elligt
most, Southe newspaper pubJj6hed I morals J competent I A Uatmnia senior Senator shows as I I
greater, competency I 1 Leaf
1 add their acts werN Yellow
,\ on the mal thud of the CnlteRates. d I urt.1 sus i milers antagonism to tb4 Panama ca- Pine ,
to decree 8n.jurlg right from
wrung tat by l tribunal; that Is st'dto l 1
[ and do it fairly 'she sac I j nai, tnce the present route :has been i I
and impartially, ? r t alii e 1 rongs. \kCue Ii p bal I Framing $16 M
j per
determined on, as he used' to show to'i .
Obe year .. .[. ., . .. ,':.(,(\,; by various j j clauses] and presumptionsIjin I bl 'I li1ty,. the terrible crimo 'IthI' i cud fo1'H '

Elx months. . J .1.; . . 1011 Ijin Jury;' law, enabled to evad4i b}' : N! jlj he Is bfl'I argfOtl, and fur w hlch I, hew th1 Iseil} fo-proposed talk a month or longer.prom-If heI Boards same price.: We also sell Lime Brick [4 kinds].

Those paring I itdvance ill reche -'court exciink: this most important dtit) i &1 er' el.E: fed, but In the !:flricl! was over rprognl/pd by the president'i iI '! r mcnt, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, and whatever else a

a :years; suhkription for $1.50.'Thus it falls I to the lot in many c1'sesor !! !!(, 1ft dF jusce and right \\h! IJ de- I of ht Senate, if the bill should I builder requires at 10 'est possible figure.YQQ .

and six mOLths' 4u 4scription/ for 73 j I ,( a "pick up" of a few dollars!t to I c1' el erylnian! Innocent until raven I er fome to a \ote. forte, he has an I !

Cent!. This is R "I dl'lrt; to lhduc i. serve aloe et cuntiruously as Jurors, I I l NSe C liIr gi opH| >rjiunity to keep on trlctJy'ad a.l 1ayments. They are in many cases of the lepscr jp tl l ss! u.ak'lelJt \\ben that icbn tin e bout the canal route. I Know Where We| Are 14tfi 'Street, Miami Fit:

; __ ;moral character and weaker In,elli- :' f tp t Q dl glva Is taken b, use 0'' ,

COMPARATIVE ISTANCES. sence, and incapable of giving to a c(' {to 4 ]ncillc' is and acts \\'eaInto h I I11iI11 C90030C OOOOOOOOOOORf u
--- Cripple Creek district is
From' now [ I
( I From defendant or issue that degree of N n as clrcuwslanti I erldi ,
ikn4 I II
port From Kry I u's-I i I 10 be the "greatest sold; camp on .
To j IIlIlml Wee' nice! the lavJ prescribes they shall dPeerde guilt.T I
ea The tilt
I value of
I I It thj" output last
Shin ftha I Mfleasae .' These condition!) prevail in eiiry t 1 '2.2220.CM: Inl
-. +t_... -: :: -.. I t........ court in Florida. They are in many a" Public Schools l I I year! the total I Ish.c'ethe I IFOR
: :..... .... t k !II ( tWe camp was opeAed, 'li2tlI13.'It > ;, .1'
................. .. j familiar I
M a ss a 1 191 117 :instances to abused that one I. fOrnlO preached at ,;; The figures are |Tons of I Ipr
Ultiaro daCnba.; ..... 1 liajn..ytieo. : r CtlristNas t ore
Capp ....... y ''G'ls 601,1 611 |with the court matters and Jury mils, ''ilJt' last SUnday 9ish' t tof iii-ed In 1901, CSO.OjfO: value of I :

Qtntn W11I4.ord+ao. (yla I'.ce.. 924Gtnts I' !lean, by looking over-a jury, almost'Jin- mash'I tailor said: ) produced in 1901, $2.220&M;

Cape 4PD.(AllUlOSe n. ) t'SI1 ''I 669 l .12 ,variably tejl! what the verdict nil\ } ((be [Iml' t civilization to i iai II 1 .1 d anrll profit j paid jIn; no, dh"1; I II II I I eeket s t '

.auBabama Baa JOI"...... .... l I 913 I \061 (irrespective' of Uw testimony governing he 11'11 hings of the i.IW"aJ. I got ; total production! .of camp?!! ,3te

h.lad... ...YIIO,., lISt I........ he case) or court's charges relative .'t' +fO Ir thousands of nd i :!, 3.53C.: In 1S93 the iota of ore'ed '

to the lIam The Metropolis believes: 1 nter ca today who tr1..s",llyI were 51C.OC9, snowing! an In-1 i Ic I t.

j ,.,. FRIDAY. JANUARY 20, 1905. las does thejother members of the Statje j nc& re I Ilb t there are i as in tonnage of 133,961 for 1904. '' J 11' gel i

( and those citizens advocating; men In19<))3 the value of the .
press :, I nlli. Shame on Ctar'a | ore producedj :
+ j I 111 furnished hour's; of" 10 Ol
to at $
The home of Police OMcer Pubtill improved law, that the Dyestalent a1 'zhut tot Jl7.C30.107, showing RENT room
an jury ; 1\1 not come e her j \ an ncreasc :
I to each for the Tourist Sea 20 fnrn-
n l I / !; )n. .
of recsacola was efatf red few stem should be ihan suID4 $ foij 1904 of Jl.590,573.:: A.
a nigh I jury + 9ed; lY Iloiha\'e the public s"h90lsot1rn' I t ishttl rcM>inx af five dollar*. to 41O nr week.. ,.
-- n n
since and his trousers stolen. Evl,' and the number of reasons for.excuse 1 country teach the moral law." : --- I & .:;r
I HenUy Puhtin is best fitted to I I The Times,Union, of the 10th in FOR HSALE A jranett of citv residences at from $600 U ,
net a terror to the! so reduced: that those [ i hjer [leaders of thou:?, 't ndChril
I $40fK Vacant lots $150 to $500. A well
; evil doers. I I !j jThe i ii adjust the ;;'differences of man a'galnst 31 teachings I I In the pulpit Will, slant, read.its cotton growers an able improved farm of of 170 acrit. near Miami: all lilt class! all around prop- '

i man and of, the state against defendant i ? shop G lor In creatJngI ji sen- I thesis:on the subject of supply and demand ertieh. This well divide ubfor a hettlementof 10 families together. We ..

Nethla, eammahded by Captain will have but little chance oS, escaping for [giving the public schools I ,! regarding the price of cotton. haveorange and grape frnitf groves, all kinds of improved and' aD D- '

a Ryes arrived Inj port a few days that duty which it Is a* much ril teachings contained in the The Times-Union handled the subject S roved land,suitable for fruits,trucking and farming. All of these at the 7'

t Alta and weighed anchor at the foot their right: to serve and exercise? tich'a': Course would lOOn I bejlnIn asa ably as If it were In the very midst )VXER'S LOWEST TE MS. General conditions govern price :,

.T Twelfth streets-Miami News.iWVre Is that of enjoying the rights of an the. ,'public school teachings of I the!I greatest cotton raising sectionIn ;
i; did she go Colonel?. American dtlsen.. I j !s otjth4| \fate and I country. Laymen I gen-I thai world. It la a pity, and a aad p. C. Carroll '& F. W. Amason '.,.

i : the laid pity (oo, that those who are ao dependent Successors .J
I I erflljdown In.dorsel proposition to C C. CarrolL Office 214 ATe. D. hlorth near 3rd Street ,
y It baa not yet been found out who Good Reads In' Dade County. I'', t>
broke the aewt to Tool Appleyard that The McClenny, Standard, touching l need concerted action of the clergy understand, that sure acting law ofapply I ocococoocoocoocococooco, .
Stoeemaa or// thwell varloui denominations to het : and demand. The argument Is
CM T. B. of
Miami one of good roads, says: ,
1M Florida preddential t electors, cast upon"The good, roads movement which J'Is th.1 nc done.teachings. to !the! point when It'wana the' people

_ kla vote for Judge Parker.-St. Augur being pushed. by Colonel A. S. Mann I I i of history coijldasI | that if aa much cotton is plantedin

3y UM Record.: Aad .It never' will be. and the the state! press is one and that I( deserves scioo U i aa I I excluded Bible> lessons from It the the same public'ar- ton 1905.may u gradually was planted go down In 1904.to five cot eutucky Timothy i

v Press I I encouragement support : applied the former cents a pound. U it should, then where
dispatches I janaounce a clash of every taxpayer. There no gumen were to ]as
wouldI j be
between tofthi IA of study poor "coony" in the black ,
two parties) searching for that will latter. I course Can 1 _
who taxes not <
pays bf
belt be? He would have to to
treasure, supposed to have been hoarded I pi( vjded which will not intrude come I
roads. Everyone
benefited by good .
I I Florida, where he would
not hesitateto I
aa'd.: of the church Th'thjs :
Cocoa Is nppnltha canons ]
up on This is not should put I forth every effort to push .. j
+1 the first time thatl]! men have been this movement through. We j',need" po U 'rOf I' people, who are Ire; !jaska three man seven dollars a week I : t'
for dollars worth of
bon to fight over) foolish thing good roads| as badly as any othe}r popsi* .,teifor the public. school course' :,,; I D work. i j
pad effort j : .Ii as far al this matter is concerned, Is I The best lay that This !
and should do
i county in the State absurdly"weak' and without Samj Small will, ho doubt add largely I very grows. hay

The Russ a *aye his nattaa In The our power queition to get of good them.roads" j II worthy. of, the name to any support. arjrumentf I I!to the Bainbridge. paper for which : is purchashed in ten carload lots and is 't .
: IllonfIn : I he will prepare hit sparkling: Items. ,-
1t.1 : j I j raised
I: has gone through] more trying orVeals which the. entire country is interest< J j The wonder is, why did be go to Baln- i M on one Farm thereby you get one

and troubles! th an the presentMay ,'I ed. It is k moementcome to'stay' I II rnnc-ertf'd.1We'I! feel purr that if there the was leadersihel t soy bridge, ? Has it not been said. Can anygood 1 quality, the Lcr We will ship in any 'a
act on
be so, but the loany million of I and ere many years the North' Souttj, among
thing out of Balabridge!
come is low
quantity our price tne lowestI
I of several denominations in thiscly. as as
us' people throughout Ith world have aright II East; and ,1 West will be llnkedj', together l ThoM days of Bainbrldge'a badness i
/ and eicry city in the State land
to doubt he of his I in network of I "'
4 verttloa. ilty asser- I oue great spadeand ;| however, are happily pastit I E. GRAVED
would be before
despite. its big and lofty em- thoroughfares; by which travel intrKjlt}; not long n Vr
hence r |I will be facilitated and made easy! : D study''j w as a fixed course 1 In the flat take's\ that old Macon Telegraph I or JBtos... r- w Mien iii

: I Dade county, though young la'' developmentj p b11 :f school j curriculum. Try the I to give. such warm sound I We bavtflobd Baunrelitrajrsa and
!I ua ate
I I Idtti, It Vor no other reason hanlanexpo j nonKob Ante tI
Richard .Croker, th American poll- and we might say. years.1s thrashings u this: "Cortelyou bas I

r titian and horseiuab has been indicted one of the' best provided counties'in; :' ti ,ntl: i ii I I CODe jto Europe. Before taking his J

from training bones at New Market the State with good roads and we base [1.: I' !I place in the official family of Roosevelt I d 3u

a Etg. The'trooblef and debarment of I not quit building yet : ; j: {j 'It}h\ the': Improved condition: the Imperator he probably feels it : I. F. W. HAHN

J Croker grows out of his persisting in With the native. stone at,hand land management tend rank of the Miami necessary, to learn imperialism in Its ,
boring yearlings trpoi which the rep- all needed,. (O, make a road beingj i. the. fli department, the new apparatus{or- natty lairs." >
retentativea of King Bdward were also grading crushing; and placing; of(I.the' deM.1 new': arid more powerful!water L t I -otea i Architect and Builder

bidders i! 1 I stone there' Is no reason why :,DaVe ?vstem !being 'Installed, and the Jeffirtsotj + J I If he does come, out at thesmall I .
L I *
not continue be the' tha council that lend of the horn as he probablywill I
county to xjst i :city to see jhy-: ; I now hare ip my employ one of the best ''
The Metropolis ba now publishing I paved con ty In the public road line 1: dnuita shall h'' Installed at every place in the Senate trial'' of the Impeachotent draftsman in the South, and am better -

4a.tit dally a,full report ot the opening and. In Florida. These roads are bull 'Entirely o fahtage, wt can truthfully., that charges Federal Judge prepared than ever for furnishing plaa

closing prices of.l thi stock by convicts; and the mote prisoners l q 4p{ acg in the State, and probably Sirayoe. will have the satisfaction of j and details .for food buiidingb, tine cabinet
which Is of great trope rtance market.j' the! county affords the more I 'South the size of Miami, can knowing that next to Reed Smoot he Is work'I etc. now headquarter

to those dealing oft Interested In such, public roadway does it get in return.. b* s>j'P f belter, fire protection. |A fell' being made one of the best advertised for turned work, scroll sawing and all
a ventures. This is in' j. with the; In this t aqd notorious personages now before work usually! done in a riitvr CLASS
eplng, manner the convicts par' amply ediijipiied.!I :3iclent and active flrejdepirtmpnt ; planingmill..
policy of the Metropolis to Five its' for their food and care, and a'tthe': | ; F js one of the institutions the American public. j

readers the best service In the. news,[ present rate, of construction but' a tenfllpg to ''es bUsh and maintain!the I --a--- ; Send me your for doors and winy "

'.Ji1i I few years [will be required to connectthe etad \try ot a city. Miami Is Veil] off Nsw York' Tax Dodgers. y dow frames. (ballusters etc
c i north and the South lives of Dade I in |hi i,resnect. and Is to be congrat- ,Thi annual "swearing off' of the j '
Henry M. Flagl.r| great hotels on county with one contninons kird i ulat upon the advances attained InChit tax dodgers In New York is bringing I and be convincedorder MIAMI.FLA '

the'East Coast are niw open and being -' rock roali .land all necessary! jtpbu- I I i k Irectfoii I I ,' I IIjl forh!the usual newspaper criticisms :

; I rapidly filled WIth tourists and tanes thej-eto. i ij I .t j I I I I,: The World says: 1'1kiEL -
'I l :
$ those seeking benefit from Florida's 1 j(--D -- : j I Son e,few Months I ago the city I councnVf I /JMrj Carnegie's absurd assessment LaJn.dE'e :

1 balmy climate. lee |1 has been the The McCue! Case. : i I ; Miami an ordinance regn of $5(000,000 is generous beside some : sonil.1 ?

State's: greatest benefactor, and to I Unless the State Pardoning BQird, ",a"tlnlha I fed prescribing jreg- others., Mr. J. P. Morgan last yearactually \" have rare bargai sin improved

'd' him. more than to spy other agency, or some other unseen agency j inter- j. naUoiffor t of a'utomo- made a treaty with the assessors and unimproved properties, and invite .

1 'is due the great proiTess of the past! venes, ex-Mayor James McCueof, ,<"har- b If J ;I In[thi limits. This orciinince 'io pay upon $400.000. The single from those interested in {

4 twelve yeara.-Gatne rvllle' Sun. i lottesvlllej Va., an! one of the pro'mi'nent I still lexlsts] aid though dally violated. financial power In Wall "atreet. Mr. correspondence

And he baa not Idone{ half Le is go lawl, s. and politicians ofj the j,' eras never been an arrest or pun- Schiff: Is assessed at ':!OOOOO. A young securing homes, groves or business inter-

II rtodo; either. 1y 1yR ,i i Old Empire State will the death tsh t1ent ofj a single guilty part- FyI man i is assessed at 1250,000 who could ests. I have! been in business here ever
penalty for: wife irurder, JanUarri20.1! '
I loose that In Caafield'g gambling
1 j The IB}law Is plain in its fonirklltJ I sum. since Miami' ; birth, and am in a position
Supreme Court of /
'Russia risked .ml4,i on Port Arthur.!i Virginias! as aid one easily enforced. hou before be was even of age. A

She staked more itan good judgment'dictated. refused tissue;; a writ of error either I L :l \ y iULhoritles do their duty daze golden youth who dash about to give hornseekers and investors the a

We agn* with the London j i granting takingjother accused a new! trial, !I b f not one, but all of those the utreets In $25,000 automobiles, benefit of my know ledge as to what to buy

Spectator, the Nashville American -; or steps except to!! RUB- !< ;i and laws at will, are
rays sending | *ho j race |di 'n streets and around breaking legs
that "the exaggeration of PortArthur'l the of the convicting th' ;[corners 11 such a speed as t.en.- aase sed In trifling sums or not at all. E. A.
court. Thus i i
c -: importance {was equally ruinous -' appears that McCue' [I d f ggrt| life nd cause death I should T tin i of the rank inequality, gross InJustice '
is fated to a felon's death. j I : '! I
to army. and n ivy. KniopatWnt \ And thus/ 'w'ill, another life .I all>person be struck. Life Is too!'prec and palpable absurdity of a I I tic al 1 Estate Broker cf! All Kinds Miami Fla- *k
i j. been
v .. forced to' < t his scheme for rich New Yorkers which'
: p taken ort circumstantial ou,: and l i vi luable to be thus ; eopadtted fix -oil of
r retreating up g-tY1 rsllway and luringa : evidence j I : by< t ose who care aught but I If cont; tins the names of only seven men I iJ
| which, atl Its best Is entitled td .but 1\liamiBottling
thtl- Japanese Urn UH be could jiheir i 01 'n pleasure anl jexclte- ase sod at 1000.000 or more and Woiksmi :
the smallest consideration In and
any i I
a choOse his own and conditions to; ( only a dozen at $300,000: of personal I
I all cases. Upon such testimony |Mc- 'i It j I & DIGKINS01 ter
Itl 1
fight-the only pol !; r which bad in I saw IILI m I pfopsrty.] Meanwhile, the small taxrs' Props.
Cue was fO:1\'lcted. No one j : I ,
:the germs of ble success-and'.waa o ph for about ,
poss & Is
slay, his wife; no one testifiedo : that : 1 1\a\! been Introduced the tle property ;l_ b street, NearJt. R., Miami., Fla
compelled toj! make abortive at) f' 1 J t : ll .ha
r ; j' fact, and no motive for his (f4[ ;rime'' JI po ise of repreSCTl aliTes, '' it is worth and he has to pay i t

tempts at relief W 14h came very near'tfl : was established at his trial andy Qn. i r, a misdemeanor punishable! : t4 xe ; accordingly. Not that he, as a ; Manufacturer f '
# ).bringing about t new Sedan at r due : Is honest than the rich'
U more
\ vlctJon. t la true the tesimon, adduced t not more than $500, to > r any :
Clad''Vang! htoreo er, Stoessel's 30,-'\ pointed to :McCue jo n an but he cannot escape so easily. i All Kinds I of
as the li I' n1r ; t. I ": r, chief or steward, at any i I ,
ry 000 men J : Uao Van; might Niew York to abound in wealthy
deter seems >
if did to anyone. A nl tier'' !
thew Jal1 r restaurant This Is a i ( j
;_ have Rimed at the Yalu/or ;,j of incldei it is, big conduct and ac! ?in' I 1 Ihterf ence with private! rights.I i iromei ,I p frj revs.I i Soft Drinks i V(
the Russian I j -
even at IJao Tang, here 1 crime ;
previous and after the 1mll-i ; an? want to give their o :
defeat maybe: part y at least, attributed -l j i itated against bL: But so fai: las ,i awa, it is nobod/'s business Ii| I Another Russian officer of I"oh: ; rank Prompt Attention to AU Orders.Tcwn Orders Solicit*!.

Z to Insufficiency of numbers. This J testimony! directly connecUnk] him heir f 10 n. Tipping Is a I foolish
loss is now counterbalanced by the: with the (Crime: was concerned, there lPsao orlh I bit, but It'cannot be I pre- ,, isa'sslnatloi, but fortunately he es-, Always Remember the Full Name ".,.

fact Nogl's siege Army! was also kept t i way none' It was a case of clrcum-It I I c by 1 w. Thousands of dnarsffty I ctp4d.: } To live In such a country as'!' .

?x; out of the main arena of war, since the;i stantial Evidence and a clrc _., 'irena! In Miami that means thar one carries his! life in I
every year :
1 Japanese, being close o their recruit j Ual conviction I j i 7m s to I.,| Uters and other lielp byre the 1|balance, and is in danger every]t, Laxative Rromo Quinine )

< 1ng.groUDd.'werelc rta'.n in the first': How oft have men Juroicourts nun bp who, law or person: I[ has n oaf ant of a knife thrust or pistol ball.l

year of fighting not o suffer from any rued the finding and ex ) ? t,! U lay they snail iotdf| > iir TJiese facts show conclusively l that the I I

scarcity of,men." "he ,fleet.,:alsowasdestnctfon : of such verilcts/ ? How oft ', I![ :J1t-i f Cca, p the cons'.tou"na j rights Russian war at home is of greater Im- :Cures Cold in One Day Grip '
mismanaged apd came to regretttd I hat a stay of execution,I reprieve i In tf.J o as-he pleases with his port! and danger to the government 'I iaTwt '
c :vhat waa supposed[to be a fleet pi a Dew trial had not been' : '
a : or rant-' *i Poj },'sop IIg as he don't dedtrny or than the strife now being waged with

.y barbor-of refuge. ed to many of such unfortunate) flci !! the, !Japanese.( I % oa 80s. 350.I .

i L1. H r.to 1! t I s ti a

I i .

iy I/dl I I ILx

Q- ANSWERED I I!an then acre rr-Ill! .whicijthousand tlIu. 'Jeavtagjotahoat i'II!the:'cost- of sheddim$11*' IALTEW H WKMANAGING J' I Wilson & Flye

t tI I},fnrthej north'ere she* ten to twelve J I ,
i plan L to the acre and t*.

F4 J fruit; brings] ; the neighborhood outa5s IX
I Settler' from.150 ccoUJi dozen'for,' Red 15'tea AGE[NT:

1 Information of Interest to the Prospective Ish to .25 cenu piece for Porto Blow I pGroceries FruitsY

1 :,. Concerning Miami 'and the Southern The;|p percentage''of Pl-ita'fruiting depends 'i-, I,I ,
Upon]: fttrcire| and judgment a ,

|: Portion of Dade County.: I I1, erclse ;'In th i|| jculture.j some grcwen Of ,;''Consoljdated Fruit Company | TOBACCOS Y.

J having succeeded In securing frolfrocjjiH !
I I -__ ,,, ) per; ceot'" J of th. plant In th.lipineries. i ,! Tells! of Its Purpose I{' I AND CIGARS '

} I : I | |I'| f r I : I
,l 'So many Inquiries are directed ; ? of the country ;; Lands m ysp Jburchised from U er I : 1'sAJs Ave, Due D and 14th St. MIAMI, PLA.HUGHES :

.1 i De Metropolis b1 prot! .:. : In meet acre.ui .
| depending
1 11.1 > on prosier { .JanttI.tsan'c I
,' ,er: bomeseekers concerning ity to!!roadl t id;Sblpplnc point Ooo I =
'J. ui&t1J111n this modern conven lands I+E OF PROTECTING I
correspoadnnce Jon nxroad within S mile o1 PURPOSE
I aad the burden of } as electric lights Miami : rg >ad for $53 an acre ant 'ITJHE FRUITAND! PRODUCE RAIS & O.
1 tailed thereby 'Baa b<< telephone,sys ma1I' Merchants
ij: olJ'le,8Q
1M than that .
I! sum fo- lane E.RS FROMIMPOSITION..limong : '
t: that we have attempted In the) three newsp' 1: I
; nqt Immediate y !D a toad. The tam I '
I fag article to summarize such !banks one Sta. quality of ,larttranBportattad' 'farther fron'acllltlei -- And Dealers

if'1 mation as Is most Important,' sad miles of beentire> .,, can away of coarse I TJ. in Gardenand: field Seedsof all) Kinds Yi
It la.
hlt. stone.
j t _, answer the questions most lr j '' be purchased' r lees (The land Is us e prominent visitors Ini I 'I -
,4 Basked It Is hoped by this means!I j ja nul of the Florida promising\ 1'M! ppearadce to those ascustomed I deity "J U Walter llawKlnx'
;,' Simple copy of the paper) of I for though an ex: to T!',I the deep, rich soils otetng general a4eut of the Consolidated i Fertilizers, Etc. r

'" \ kindreds are sent out, will 11n | has recently been other I States' | rocky and sandy. Fjrtiit, Company,: with headquarters In ,

r .IMS, gene the purpose Intended j: farming lands ,'''rettrrsUlt8e.nibe* obtained from 1bf JaqkFonvllli.I who came down for the I, -L-- >

;- ter than a personal letter. Specific this Is merely : rx: the realize* purpose of jurranglcg final details for !>
rV rturD.I
of this city. s Packers and of :Fruits and
shippers Vegetables
I: _formation may be' obtained by steamship docks I i;from |the mfr er1.l1el; sections of lb.country. cJp nlug up j!the :office; of the company I I
to any of the real estate or Other ." for about 1. Cagyin stock crates wrapping nails &c.
:l i I jllzer must be used brre ) business en or February paper, ,
appeal] In : Company i "i in i
1; hose the returns jtij> than Justify the,ex In pponklng of the company which i ihai Insecticides! and dry powder .
to Key West : : : ;
paper and the best to become _
; way i ii pen lture 'fayp red its origin, interest and derelop- T
: .
i nllltr with local conditions, Ir j jlainstries ;!Nas aa. Immense I. People n eergy !:!Md Industry an mdnt In .. county Mr. Hawklna '

and current .., !, projected to J I I heartily welcomed, and the country said' : Thebest!? 1"I people In the county: I i I SAtKSKoOM ANU PAC 'IIIOI'SI:1VFNlT': ; n,
wan*contemplating removing to Wetly Increased Jbelng! i SOt'TII OK KOURKTKENTHMis STRI' T.I
r I development practically lust begun 40 pose the organization. It bad Its I : .
reading"the ] 1at must follow on I i
des section '
Is through
there#js'room all to th
1 ; fob reap conception i here; It belongs to the
'er, the Weekly MettopoUs.tbe harbor work on'.benefits v.blcl nyist, ensue as the result I mi, : : : : : Florida.For '
| git wcrs and producers of Dade county
J .C which win be sent to any progressing. An .
of sncbvelopmfnt: Capital fins
and baa asit| $ object the protection of
has been --
se ,
;t, at the rate of $5.00 a year. t2S here most prpfltable Investment. whO --1-i
for har, their interests from those who hare
three months; the Weekly-Vlarge: labor Is In demand and well Pea.ple'ot
; and the Florida prayed upon ,them In the paL 'The
milled for |LMyear. I :
page paper modelfge'meMi. who her
: j II also pledged to : ; come prime object of the company Is to handle sale Cheap ;
and buy aural tract or land make a
CITY OF MIAMI. Thus, $600,000 and market their produce to thetxwt
: THE modest home set out fruit trees and
I this and possible advantage. Each and
Sprang oat of the wilderness while waliilpJ! for those to come late "
tnat further very grower and producer In the
years aco, the railroad baring bearing engage In trucking are almost Invited 30 ft. Launch .
secured until the Is to become a member ,
ills point April 15. 189s. Prior to with#it f exception, neeessfnl
commensurate btt the company, and in order to do ,
'.... one store, whose trade fas And this success costs less effort thu
from a commer hls the b'}'laws of the concern I
pre I
cipally with the Indians and a In ,other paftijof the country wbJV
and strategical ; f scjribe that each' and every person engaged Standing Top. Fine 14 H. P. Buffalo Motor, In Fine Snap* $42
oat a the'climatic'fondltloas
scattered f&mIlIek1Dc [ render out-doo horse
e ious livelihood by wrecking and recognized work poealbU every' la the year In the, Active pursuits of growing Model-6 Mlanus Motor power Hose Boat. 35x10 1 $16O.
Manufacture at coontle starch: e National Capital with! the''] health benefit of such as fruit, and vegetables is entitle. to purchase i
OLD AT ONCE 5 acre good land at Wyman. Fla.. S29 acre
the location
of elrlliUuo'D. study o'p8 kit lhtowlt in. ten [shares of common stock In I
the only erldences -alr At the tame I I ,
JaJy II, 1891 Miami was ID relation to Insuh* time people who are enjoying health jthe: companyf;>thus becoming members R

'as a city furnishing perbipe! the commerce to and :moderate success In, their present 'fit the same and sharing In the profits i Geo. P..' ace, West Palm Beach
vast trade that J
Ililt&Dce on record In which a abodes had better stay where they are 'aad protection from the fraudulent !

""*,'tedged dty came Into existence 1[ upon the There shouibe< [ weighty reasons to Influence t!means so t[(often t employed to get post i I I .

out first baring been a-town. Panama canal anyone to make a move of such session of(their outputs.As 1 I

hundred registered voters are !! 'the will possibilities show the Importance, ,}t''!People(who have mad I! to the buyers and representative ,FREDK. |8. MORSE

to entitle any community jtoj( be I fallt.res:' elsewhere; ire not likely to bt o Northty'!I commission houses! Mr

3 a'city less than that number I the Magic City miry successful,here.) Intelligence and! II awklns elated that they are invited

tuting a town. At a meeting held I i CHURCHES. Industry; j [ essential to good fortune ,''t< come I ipf? the field and treat with REAL ESTATE

the purpose of Incorporation, i> ;; the best public: laH1a ar& !other part of the t; ,e grow'rel! or top In Jacksonvillea 4
and cctr-half months after! the |i embracing both globe. | id treat] 1 lth the, representative

r train reached )Miami 344' votes Igb school courses I : ;{If} It Is1 i M &red to engage In general i t ere. All dill! receive 'onSlJerauon! 1'// Offices?up stairs Cor. A ve. C and 12 tb St.

east: The phenomenal growth' of and well ven farming.t ]J4ii| 4 raising'of wheat corn. ,, I ollh: tle'interests} of the growers !

early period has bees ![ ', a competent coff lY| oats,|{peaches I apples, grapes w : f om any tfr4ludulent+ plans or schemes Miami i Dad Co.. Florda.AGENT }

throughout the eight : ears of II convent Is to other produAs of th e temperate zone !ill be prpulcteL : I

city's blstory.a I which w.Il: One:mustJcW; his lot, some hundreds of Tho ctm: t any Is now pr II'lrlng a ,

POPULATION KTp.lllaml r':. : for both sexes. miles to;th j porth; a id accept the cold I r"sr"\ stun; forth fully the ob- i I OR LANDS OF" -

has at present a esldent i' schools a mi- I thai Iscare! I tb' legacy of land J cs of 1 e association, and the man : i florida East Cons ; Railway Co.
station of between: 4.000 ind 6,000. ; and art school so kv! 3 ,
I :Hre things can be grownjNeither 1 e '/I o Ie It Is proposed to handle
r Lin Canal and Trans. Co.
the winter months this ]>opulatlon! need may be lB a sto '->ald.< country This lorida Coast _
1 nil mar et Ihl'lr Irodu'f' pros I
i augmented by the addition of (I about thirty j There Isla\{! ?-tt' c| law" which Is s coma u 11 r:. oat 1'1 a few das and I Boston and Florid I Atlantic Coast Land Co.

.Oreds' of rlBltors, mostly c M he, I In the county. ';',great boottjjto the {settler of limited ogles of it ill he mailed all gro\\'en'' i

a' lest classes who come o enjoy | denomination Is I!! heans, his there? s very little lire 'the c U Iy, but If any should be '
Ideal climate and the fins) < fiebtng TOI'I{ !' e following have ;:rtock Inj i county. On the rrdook d!. they are Incited ::0 writeor
the world. To accom m date '' !: Pro! by-* !:hind, 1< Wif to engage In tb.culture the : In t' 10 th' once of the com SCAYNE BAY NURSERY.M1 M1 M1I
Visitors are nnn ei ous Catholic; M. E, I 'run fru U. pineapples vam larnville :
and boarding hoasea,/pri ic pal ; South, and rious tt0dtt i$llori I ml-tioplcal fruits rany In a ,
( handled
which Is the Hotel Royal elm. an ; !the \ ; vegetables at the seasort All prt'in a and fruit by thotnl'an)1 The Old Reliable.Standard
.I I x II be .hINt.1 to tits head i I .
.mens" building, CIO feet 01 g. 300 PRODUCTS. r all other part I
;< wide and fire stories high t ith j 41' I JacksuD11"\ anJ from TreeJ
grO\JICf the grip of win
modations for SOU guests.I 1 lees d\stry n this sec. ter.j', are.1. decided advantages here dl rl coed to the various North Varieties of Citrus Grown tpon High line UJ.

'' of fruits and win rn mare 8 to the best Interests of Budded lemon Stock .*
bias',' rotundas, dining rot ms, | <:arUon of the I I . on laugh
etc., It Is 'set In twenty acres of the Northern mar- I I'I 11 conc PlI, and In doing this the I Impnn
SUU sh; L [fur this looalllj.tt p''ct; that defy eo.o>-
I I The onl tree worth consideringtition
't, )
ical gardens, beautiful d ; the staple crop,. : tIt w ill keep dOMe watch and In quality considered. Corrr pondencr and ini>prrtioo solicited btferemiing

tion., There are scn ill j { 'quantities of other ,, may I. f 4 t that' In striving so bard tojiwson ., laily eom unlcatf'ln! with the condo I your order ,
smaller than the Roy halm, to I j ; such u tomatoes', forget' j Ihoslis W..L Mr. Rocker';. Ion of the markets that no artIcle of Also, clioirecitriM lands for sale |n large or small tnrt near Mil ml.

sure yet larger and .! [ tler beans eta The ot have time remember rult an4 lu'e will be consigned to I I '
feller ( to C. E. BAyiS, Proprietor-
'than Is usually found I Ir towns j i : from about Chicago''j f versit I places crn 'sted or where poor prices I {w
twice the size. At thU rrttlng I I 15, and the bulk i! prE."vlIlI. I 111 I BOX -03. S IAMI. FLORlf) pI

other fire-story hotel is t process | !!' sent North from',!, jMr. He; y' II. continues. to. Mr. lta klns will probably remain I I ,

erection. ,II J; ay. although then!", 1;f' rryl i lUflViat I dial more over the" here a day or two When he will return I II I I I 1I 1

The population Is connc poUtaa, I' | difference In the I villa to tol" the ac-i !
m'emori pff the dead chap he does over. to Jackfo prepare
,ery',State In the Union u mlshtng be planted or veg" little welfiri Of thejIUing./ I tire basin IS of the company, i fvn Gefl ra'rluctioo aGCcffmi( siuJI ,

t 'quota of npresentatlres. I An !I! : day In the yea,'' :H" I I 1 I .. I I d 11
'?r tlrable foreign element IsCUMATRJ ; usually on the I Jaudon1
are free from i I 1 T
H 0 h tr .n W M qr
of kind of >
'Writing from personal a -I
j ? iE :if.Er: I
after visiting California and other i j A\.. li sal 9i a O. Mina

lions where climatic conditions! .. on pine lands;!; -- '

considered at their best!We can ,, higher than the,'I I ::1 i I, i&l

ax itatingly perfect winter say that climate Miami M lisa: the the I I section coral very formation rocky'''II M East f Coast Lumber Supply Co, |,

'' States. Cold Is almost unknown, deal,of plant food;I i '
Ianlliach tore and dealers inLumber
the slightest frost' being very : )j ,fact that In many i I Ii;

Y't J The warmth of summer {jla temJ; other fruit trees are Wmtertmith s .

fay the cooling breezes j from- the thriftily, though I i and uildiny Material !In

.,' antic, and the highest. !, f on a solid plate r I I PI t

_recorded eter during by the the summer government: months Is 1 I of the a porous roots or of I i I :Everithing| ft' construct a home t

HEALTH] to penetrate It re
Brick,! rlime and Cement l'llizr: ira Eair. Sash Doors, Iilintl-% Paiatst;;
The city 'ranks among1; the first from what 1
i iQp and t113"s, Roofing and SheltiDg' Paj er. Nail and Hardware, tnracd
: the United States In point of a very unpromis work;i Brackets, Scroll and Cabinet work. Door and Window Franeti i
There Is entire treeioat from rock, by the way, MEDICINE oh MERIT. Door arid Window Screens MASITRVS TAINTS and YARN ISH JCi IP/
and there are no "prevailing durable building "
which I Ifr) .CH are not alwajr! the lowest, tint .to.L is always the best P
Those ailments are common I| new court house i i L I j Sold oni/Guarantee/ I !

all parts of the country- seem to 1 several residence;*. Yardat Titu\ille. Eau Jalhe. Fort 1'iereV"t Talin Cea / I"'
ken robbed In part of jtbelr power ,of this stone arc 7TQ CURL CHILLS. I ;t.

they:m tally, appear If |'a mild :I j all visitors. It also: J : 1; 1J 1--: /

and rarely leave the had ; material In the JL. [CURES AGUE, DENGUE, 1I / '
follow In rthe wake of Mite J I ntr leads11 oth- i I 1

. elsewhere.. Scarlet fefejand mileage and cove f .t .ACRIPPf AND BILlbUSNCSS. QluF i wI
n theria are unknown, hale : of au j Jrpgrsth. I a -,
fever is rarely heard ol J It la a d i are shleflyj"i, 1 !sate llahl.dtqonoflU-"I'b It'...veInit.patl
I 5E4.dr'. j 1 1I f ) 3 more hyiIca r.ct.thauprotaW; ypukroa.dt.'yf .. ;
able place for those buffering !I and plneapplqp,!i., Ei ; ; .veal{y tdrnllarto IYt I hI011'1 1mer'! .one.Tr 1"01'00. tbe.br4I.dltatt4r
lung troubles, asthma catarrh : avocado prtrs and, I ; 1 1Ha 1I / of aL. rhstdos1yaInenl-ralom.l.I 04 waa
similar diseases! which iare : roduced but berg 4 'iulnl lniBtOr .
Iqn' Qe It. I& be.
1 D.n. 1 e& al
In colder climates. )Maiy persons country they thrive' I .1Wer. R. OI U'...,iauaatus r'
St6od 25 Years
fected with these Ills i! .ve come ; JUTation. Citrus Thd Test I HERBINE -

;y and been cured' i >r greatly j three to five yearst '; i r ( I If I _"","...s............raa..p lb..1 .bb
fitted. Of course, this 1 1 not the i fruit Plnjeij I '" ._ I ,....17.._. "../uA'...._......air- K
: end caIo .
f ii Gr.V _...... .7 .
ta every Instance. Pe I"f .soo per hottJ. .. 3I
they do everywhere es No i cactus and
has yet been dLcoverfrbere! : setting

are Immune from dIM' i and I In 13 months after I. 'ia teless : hJ 1 Tonic i

At the same time It' pay be section they are I Id

fully said that the conditions there being BO'ne. : t '
healthfulneei 6 cents. r Sale a4 Red Joss Ph: t E C3 y
to_ general. are aa I' from cold" anti. ; iJ No-Cure-No- aYe ,

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: i I We! :I v I1.male. g tea t; I reductions in (Blankets and Comforts this tc ;

I'' T e I d eaR. week!tttw; < > have the> largest stock in the !{city and can' save you money }st ,

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It in whenever he wants to pass thus that he Is looking after the wreck lthe flllh was not hooked .
TOWN forcing him to drag his boat over-Lhe; that [came ashore Sunday morning coJn letelY swallowed the
bottom In very shallow water aronqd : too miles below the James Judge ,I with which the hook was bait ;

the dredge] In getting to and from, ,I"ie' IiS which he owns by purchase trom the Inf necessary, to butcher It In.I :
8. W. Karp. .111.1 Florence beach landing. Captain Smith states ',t! ;Ii PALM underwriters and which rests quietly 'xtrlcate, the hook which \

it X.-a w4 Mr. Haul Karn or New that he will probably take the matter ,! upOn I the beach awaiting restoration tountl. had Dot fastened in &
& Tor.. who spent. i4 aeuon at the before the J United States engineers,' as I to .the clement whim was her homefor the fin atom,. of the shark !
\oyal Palm, were fO much Ilfatuted he conten4s that the dredgo has 0 no II i ] many I years. being entirely against the .
with the climate rqd other coon. J..I.ml right to block him out of the regular BEACH Mr|' r.award Sudlow ',British vice- intestines of the monster. I Ij
that they have 'rir, ed and I..tt"da. route of water travel to the beachl Consiil. of Jacksonville and agent .r"I t

.Din. at the Ro1.1I: 1m for the sesb 1 : i I i iif toil] tie Lloyds, came down last night, j i I
I It Do not forget that the Weekly Metropolis arriving here this morning in re- For Ii i

t circulates largely In every part 1- : sailboat today and delivered them I : I I I I t
p.-ogt. returnin yesterday from of Dade county besides going to about safely
: : at the Commercial Hotel. C. &ed cane red and ribbon %'
Nassau the stea er Uami state hundred } Pam Fla., lk-
OD seven postofflces OQtaI I Ja.n.ll) W.j; SchmlJ, proprietor where they ,
I tNt John Dowic. the Miami. There'Is no other a4vertl ". roun -II met last night 1 In will remain until 1000 f. o. b.. Apply to
arrangements are ,
-Proph," Aleuhdt rty who went medium to compare with it. ; I! ; .eflsiofPreRldent Baker Was
span to a telegram announcing the
: A. O. E
aver OD the p of the Miami ,! |aD1 >cupped the chair, bre- (
wreck& of the Massa e Genecco: which I '
P -to Nassau, sailed irob there via the YestwdaV being the annlvt'rtaf ? | *rlttj :1 Is accustomed dignity occurred I I Sunday morning off this ; Glftorp i I I ;

Ward Line- for Sanutgo, on the east. the birth of that great re, stvenen8. Presiden F" coast,( six miles below the city. Today --r. ---- .--.
i era l'IIdof Cuba From thete'tt' Is General ant soldier! Robt. E. !..e ; o a ity is always impressed' in with of wi
--f I company a party gen. |
; preeamed. they -y11 ross the island of the bans and a number of 'f bodj, over w hlch he presides, I. Uemep.. using Mr. Lett's beautiful i I I yet
P 1Iy rail, to Uavan end thence back public pla';g are closed in com ] in duty are reminded.' launch Mr. Sudlow went down to the i r r

North via the Wes t ralipn of the event, which Is ha public office is a public I' wreck, returning this afternoon. Tomorrow t

I The trim pleasure cruising yacht.EI.an celebrated" the length and bread ;; '*Tb1' their i members"trimmed of the '.board'i > he will return to.the wreck The! Furniture Store
"Dixie and in keeping with the, ; : lamps and make a formal survey after .
: :. owned b Ir. .Crane oft I !
I tom Southern Cross Chapter are reminded that 1hq t oor which! he will determine what course 1
New York arrived In port yea.c !
ters of tin' Confederacy held a){ j j approval Is closed aga not he Iwifi take as to the wreck and'her i .
; terday afternoon land dropped anchor ception in I the afternoon at the. '; t who I are not "ready for the argot It is supposed that the ship .
IB the river bnj the Semlnole i deuce of Mrs. L. E. HUL A $The business transacted >th- t i t tI
1 wll] gjo to pieces, but she has a valuable n
Dock. The Ensrc Is on the launch order ful musical program was ron + ] routine was the election of aboard-over half mil.Ilon ;i !i ij
+ and to especially' adapted to cruising and the occasion made | | O. Chatham! chief of the- I flre I cargo, of and it is the Of
feet lumber purpose I
k is
purposes: She,bu been route i of the j Miami fl
entl confirmatory ac Of Mr. Sudlow to make that, as ,
Sooth since early fall making slops
Itself their
i ] the tart! the loss of
The Dahl Metropolis gives Its as possible recoup'
at various places along the toast and real" live local and '" annual'electlon j of officers; ind house '
underwriters. that
remain ers more & the treats right
here ,
win probably intended you
news than'[tiny paper In the :| of an ordinance 1Ir.; Frank Snyder wife and twosisters
M. V tb M M* a city as snail, u Miami. And all ]] nt I'bicycle( riding and :jroller ,, of Buffalo, N. Y.. are occupying ,
George Dillon the infant con of the small sum I of ten cents. a ;! moo ,the sidewalks of the Ity. and will continue to do so one
? Mr. and lira. JobaTompkins, died I dlnanci! wad introduced ;Ylthe of Mr,. Maltby's cottages on Evernfa I
bunchy at >1:16! duty[ ,, cf chat George A. Worley attorney j committee, and under IUB- street; ,
era Infantnm at' this residence! R. Anderson, plaintiff In the j of I j rules, was "railroaded1" Mr.i George Zapf. after an absenceof ; We have' the and r
of Third street and Avenue B, i iF. to' gooes .
ccner suit In of 10,000 against] ; from Introduction pas- several days in Miami has returned ,
>after an flftess ot: three days. The R C. hotel Co. for forcible J !|I:|The unwisdom. of that policy, Is [Ito!j his home in this city. and will the pricks are right. Pro '
took Friday afternoon ted i .
funeral place on !
tion from ind arrest on the gr ordinance Itself. reqialp here for a time. _
at 3 o'clock'' from the residence of the Roy il Poinclana Hotel at ) .de r up unapt I Inj p ira- John Brown 'and Asariah Hannah fits hav been cut in half
t the service being conducted Beach during the season of 190%,: : Ibf.the an<| nay two, worthy, colored men' of Fresh

r by Rev. Dr Fulwood and the Interment in which 1' verdict in favor of( 1 ] object Intends d- Wate( Lake suburb, brought up the i on furniture since we
;; being In the; cjty cemetery by defendant company was orde |'i 'lhe| elusive use of the Ide- !dot the wrecked: ship in their

Undertaker II. M. King., I Judge Jon at the trial a few I + !bT ped etrlans. Under its ro- crew made i for transportation to their I opened up 'in Nov. We

4, ago Thnr way\| nerved notice off { ; ( occai s of merchandise' or home. *.
l'' The Misses Dal*? rid Louise Car. appeal on Mr. George M. Ho! [ old thing may be j piled ,lr.j I Charles Stratton ;of New Haven are to b ame; we admit it.Ll ,

pter. who have tre A Philadelphia counsel for the Hotel Company. e sldewalkn, unless in toe Ian- Conn., has been a guest at the
the past several 'rdonths taking high bill of ex options has not yet of: the ordinance, it 1'1."jun- La3range-Semlnole several days. lie .

t .fouree* in dramaUc art and painting flled..I' ; : ,Lait night, six wheel 1 (chairs leaves tonight for Daytona to attendth4 v
'' railed yesterday from New York on i ; :D by Lhe writer parked I automobile races there I

'the steamer Algonquin for home and The large j schooner yacht 1 lk of k certain street Mr.j ; manager of :
t fbould arrive in !Jacksonville Saturday owned by (!Mr. William [ ; )'et.tf! the marshal or PDf'! thi LaGrange-Seminole West Palm County(I Ii
and iwh Miami+ Sunday mora commandel,by CapL F1eld'I' reto: arrest and InC3r; Beach., Fla., has received a telegram i The Dade Furniture Company,

)u. The return of these; young ladies rived in pirt Saturday rneri one of these ao'naunclng the total destruction, by i .
is'made necessary Jon account of the with her ; ,ild not be convicted ......1the "
the West F.oast, owner fir*. of his hotel. LaGrange-Columbia,
'recent severe Illness] of Miss Daisy party aboard, and dropped (: e passed; last night, because Aryerjie-by-tbe-Sea.' ; L. I. The conflagratlon -)I t [The House that treats you Right

"with pneumonia and their inability to the foot of Tvrplfth street During [ tot!! "running." included also the owner's. i '

: .trod the Northernj climate! during theD.xt high wmd II last night she draged I I jl ti nJ the purpose of which is immeiae hotels the Germanla and !'

; two months | anchor went ashore half a | ct privilege, impose !peaale Wtldj The Columbia j was dedicatedby -'

further u the bay. She is ,:( |9deQri persons of liberty the lion. Edward Lauterback in)1 I ooe ooo o ee.eo.eeoee.0e. :
Mr. E. M. formerly identified and fast 01 though! efforts were CL&t t : be E csrefnlly worded jegilly 18! iS. and trader such auspices Ar- 0'' t
.lb r
Rabbt' in this city I
with the es to pull; b this morning they,! and have no room for i ils- verne became the summer resort of e
and later fa the same line I Unl> The yacht is r I I or misinterprctat on. le dl g members ot tbe bar prominent -
a in Jacksonville, bujt ;recently returned easy and v ill probably be pulled ; ,W'J has I an attorney anj i o Urn theatrical managers and cele- THE RACKET STORE

here, leaves tonight for Chicago the next high i Udo She is la nt / f be'gl'en the drafting of all brjiteti artists in the professions. Mr. el 0

where be goes to lake back the'position ger whatever. I : La' rage, prior to his trip to West o _
I 3 is TIIK>; PLACEReguktioti
; "he resigned fen] years i-r moreagothat I ordinance Is defective, also in Palm Beach, removed everything of .
; of locomotive engineer on The large and commodious { 0'e '
) ; :t" that it falls to Interdict he, value to his Seminole hotel at Rock
the.Illinois Cenlraf Railroad-to comeSouth. Louise owned by the F. E. C. ; I $fewatet sprays, which ;Jnom- a ay L. I. His New Columbia In the
)IL _Rabbi baa many friends Company and formerly en | !{: 'fSOn passing In front of noprt of Ar-erne is nearing comps School
here who regret his departure but carrying imrisU between ber ;
; and I lawns.: The ordinances Uon, opening Decoration Day. I '
wish for his success and safely I In the Soldier < during the seasonal :
\ Exami ation Blanks
ttee w; instructed, at ,Ia ore Mr.i Sudlow has just Informed me, '
+ narrowing and dangerous profession been : foe thirty days]
chartered eeiing. to cover that polnlj in I'' that morrow he will hold a survey
v1 thai he.is about to renter. party of visitors who will get ;I' lnanc to be introduced. II I wrecked ship, after which he Five Cent Book II
,1- within the next day or two for the I ofIth 0 0e ,
( several other give me full particulars.It
e Paring. the summer months, last past er east and cult coasts as far as i ej were matters 0 0
i ('lvc>d attention such as, jthe ... }
i great quantity of soil was excavated Myers on a cruising and bunting i i 0 0
from under_ the plofal Palm Hotel The Loulf'4 ,ill be commanded by ; of a 1 sight at the bead !of jthe, he Clyde line wharf at the foot 0
Rosa f :k;| locating: new hydrantspprop'riattdn Thursday was astah 0
where a cafe.andgrill room win be tale J. with James. ; I II of// Hogan street 0
i 'built, and dumped'' along the riverfront pilot Sh1 I will' be relieved this needed! and, an a] = that insures he coming auto 0

lr of the hotel property thus making son on th. ran to Soldier Key by I of the!purchase of a Ore belL I rates on the Ormond-Dsytona course :
f -quite a space cf sew ground. This smaller but, capable launch heathim, who was present at I are to be the greatest In the history The Racket Store
has'been' leveled jottj and now Chief strator, also I owned by the Hotel \ DC. pledged the department I ofjmortorlng In the(United Stales. a Y

;Gardner Andrews of the hotel grounds may, i"Judge { lh; $100.} The bell It was] FYoau he steamship Arapahoe which 0 HANDLERS Of EVERYTHING 0

has a force of:menjehgaged; in planting t I teed, including freight, {{would arrived I from New York on Thursday. 0 I i EVERYTHING tOLD! CHEAPER 0
: with Minor s. Jones who has 00, or thereabouts. The.acljion there unloaded ten large racing
upon, tt'palm'and jother trees, amY was 0 1211 Ave. D W. H.Cha le Son Prop. efo ;
of making if a miniature park the guest jot CoL and Mrs. W. W. council looked to the sup le- machines, the most noticeable being e

asd thus'increasing the beauty and win during; his stay here and ( of the amount necessary. to, the fa nous 90-horsepower: Mercedes lawhicbj ;
.attractiveness of this Inviting local. eondnctlni the adjourned term of [the belt' W. K. Vanderbilt mad his famous 00000000000000 000000000 isr

,fly; I circuit court, went out to tc; W. Bchrnid has received InMr.- records on the, Ormond-Dsytona I ,
Grove today as the guest of byjrire}' of the deathjof court i *> last year but now owned by I r :
t The houseboat |Fortuna 'with her and Mrs. !E. C. Dearborn until | !rr.or Monticello. 'la., al M. Stanley.

,prL owner. Mr.John W. Parmelee, the Chi day when he will leave for oc rrtt Monday last. ,JMr.ras .Am >ng the other cars were those of UiWIIALERJ:
age millionaire and!jhis peat Judge to visit his, son, and where hV; + a b'rother"of Mrs. 8chnid: George, Fllnn. of PltUbnrg Pa.; 8. B.Sterens. .

G. W. Carhart of the same city is convene the I spring term of the. : || I! ,Mrs. |4Keuffman. with j whom of Bu alo. N. Y.; B. M.
F cruise'of' the West Coast, eDit eonrtj for Volnsia county, H
now on a ] many friends sympathize. Mr. Stanley, of New York these being .
r and en route to this side of the great first Monday" in next month. | ] a rife and two children 9t-horsepower Mercedes machines.
poad. The cralselwm! be extended all day morning Mr. Dearborn' win;; tel1 he carried an Insurance and others consigned to. M. Robert.. Everyone who buys a

winter:ud'Jlr. Parmelee expects to Judge 3 Jones for an outing on the J which' for the time at; last, of New York a 40-horsepower car; L. .
have traveled over 1000 miles during and a visit to the work now] thl Northern Manufacturing
: }\ I needs of the stricken At Hamilton I Diamond of us feels
"' the aeu :. n Fortuna" is said to, done on (Miami's new deep ir E T' Company, and R. H. Burtt-Jacksonville -
be the..finest houseboat in'the world. channel to the ocean. I 1- sl i > Bun.
? \ Gecj. Paddison. of rAil pal- I that he has secured
She is a stern wheel- boat, 119 feet I i I or rile a good
has tel hull nd'can The newly constituted boardf. l r of the East Coast Lam- who bargain, j intend that
j in length al'| Chest Jnstce Nestitt, of Canada i I V everyone
r knock oat U 1-! miles per hoar. She, posed of not A. A. Mnrphre of : : t -Pan1. is In the city]. today went to the fishing grounds Saturday I shall< feel that way. Every

-win.visit this ports during her cruise. lahassee, president: B. B. : ] iDfoIl connected! : with the com with I"Capt. Chas. Ball in the Klondike I I gem we sell must oe right in quality
Miami secretary, and E. O. P represents." established the shark record for the
> t J color cut arid price. We hare
Captain Dick Smith, one of the ferryand of DeLand"treasurer, bad a m :I t M. T.I Key bold, of Miami Is season, and beat ail previous records ,
b _amusement| resort promoters,, yesterday*, at which It was ,ay.i1e was here .day| be ore by landing an eight-foot four-inch monster I some nice dnex to show you : : : : :

stated today thatjhe, |p. having considerable make ;fchange In the place of day. {,! and came 'up again his Vlth rod and reel. It took Just
trouble in fitting: his ferryboat cation orj rIa the editorship. ; ; ig. Surely! be Is here on busi one hour and fifteen minutes to kill I.

'ft past' or around the F.'&. C. Ry. dredge C..Edwards will remain la I* ] or whl e he is a geniahgeUe| the great fish in this way and when I

'on the other side lot the bay as it bathe charge oi the paper. with Rev. ; juid 'is lot winning personality, tie battle was over the captor was all The Jeweler

channel blocxedj: with rope andtackle Farris and Rev. C. H. Nash as.' cooMbntodng be dc, "sot !tall to teen anjeyi I to but ,." himself. The feature of the I ,

and the operators refuse to take editors. themaln; reo It may be possible citchj according to Captain Ball was i S i
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George O. Butler, .of Palm I
,7""Beach, the newly elected,tae i i : J

of ''Dade county, came pon assessor Friday alts.Writing : : :! : I Depositary State of I Florida I t:

Do.business pertaining to his office.m f Ceorge 1 I !
J 'j I tablets and rtatiosery for' {,:T.torney Conk: through his all

rertD1lenJ'rot tale at J. B. Bcrevrtj's drug store. ,' Xi.,Ilion Price, today filed a yeti I :
f U.a Btadleyt all crops.3a 1

b ', Lammat4 Agent '!i E t e Prof. P.-H. Rolf, of the experiment Conkhnlm In olvoiEl 're from. ,f his wife. Carolyn I '! ThepirstNat.Bank s.

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Ira. W. 1.. Kemp r; wh bas been al station has ;returned home from j' t I I :

seriously III for days at her a three weeks' trip to Washington and :Bl* yne|pod. thiat newest delicacy

? iome on the Isi somewhat New York. During this trip Prof. WllsOn M Flyers I IIS

tp beUE'f' today and Dsldered on Rolfs made bcientific Investigations in i _3fI
tee. road to !' severan' will be the large libraries and herbarles located Cale b j!|lt I In these cities. t.ng obscene+ )languai\ e, was given a pre tMiami
glad: news to her epds.s I
'liminar rhMring( this morning before+ i

Complete lire of Watches nil Clocksat I Justice Hit;.(land' ssessed $.500 and
Party wishes employ eat. or will i
Uaynard's Optical and Jewelry 'cost or imprisonment for fifteen day Floiida
forest In paying with
money ufllnesl Store, Avenue D: IHapai. (b4 fine., I
good partner. Would aider pur- II" : ,I ,

te* chase ot growing tolll& crop. W. S. : : U I I .
y :Tueker. Wtmeral Dellv r dw Dr. and Mrs. D. Karsner, very prominent 1 ( Ton I jcanhaT[ i-I I mil made In four '. k-i---. 4
people of Philadelphia, are among'the days at'Swell's Tailoring Establish .
prominent arrivals at the Royal 1 jj f| '.
en1 t.:1 I Ht .
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i The ladles of the D City Library ,
the'purpose : OFFICERS i
Palm. Dr. Karsner came down for : DIRECTORS:
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Association will!give a dance \ i i i i
of Indulging In a hunt, which Mr. JB, IB. ''Talma; president of the I I. I I I'I
'ln their II
1 new bufldlednesdayLlght will probably be spent In the wilds of Mlanri PrlntInp'! Company, returned I : I r I

ocasioa. January wJJl be 25. The:I t by C the for BJa.ane the. the Everglades.)! I ThUradat.itfrom r !I 'lit Jacksonrllle, where. I : IE. M. Brelsford, :President O "

I he hasjbeWfor;the past week or ten I !
orchestra of this ty Aetna dynamite and supplies Los I .
I days on business..1 J Ji
sale by Lununu* A SewsIL 1 I Edwin A. tce-
rig >Toe watch rtpalrlagtr7| lUynard. j I I"" JI. I Waddell. y Pres. HON. WM. H. GRAHAM Prttsbvrg, Pa $

..'A.... D. Work ecarats, prices Mr. T. S. Graves, of the firm of i I jfsrtmssn are tM bestPore i I President Mercantile Trust Co..

nuoeabk ;::1 Graves, Nave & Co., live stock com:. ,3. E. nmmae XlamLAmoc ; I iWIHIam A. Spitzer, VicePres.Edward G. C. FRIMELL, Miami. Fla. \ '

mission merchants of Indianapolis, accompanied r I I j I
'Ida Bolls, of DavenJOIjIo! I Iowa, who by his bride. Is in the clty, : the catch made by the part1lolnltl.fHI 1 L M. BRELSFORD.President,

-:- ''WlD be pleasantly rememlered as having and win remain for some time u the ( the fishing ground Friday I C. Romf h, j Cashierto I *
,spent last season i here, and who guest of his brother. Mr. E. W. Graves. nth Seminole I were two ten. J. L LUMMU8 Merchant .. ii
'' I I feet sharjoi.! They were brought backto I !i I
prominently connected with the family. !I W. M. BUROINE, Merchant.
Douglas"" I the jdoxfcjwheri f they attracted coastderbfpj i t
ii millinery department of store
{,I, lias returned to the city and resumed U yon want to rent a furnished ; Interest from the tourists !! I ; M. K. SALSBURY. Plttsburg. Pa.j .

r : her former position.' I house for the season, writ to J. H. and ok her i gathered, there. j I I President Midland.Coal Company
: I I Uniform Courtesy;
'- : Tatum ft. Co., rwate, &&&tI. ,, 1 1-1! I ,
.t. Money To Loan. -On in proved prop.j I'' Our e brand Evaporated Cream, I every patron be he the I I H. 8PIT2ER Vice-President.

erty. G. 8. Amsden Cpcsanut Grove. I Mr. "Mortimer Courtney who has which i t j e best, wnblnes purity with I I modest saver for ahome C. CHILLINGWORTH Attorney .

fl'I been residing |In Daytona, for sometime rIchnes9 I 4nd smioth. appearance. .It; I I I I f. "
: w Past Grand Master Dr. G. En- past, arrived In Palm Beach last Is fAr l et ttfrUian ther brands claimed, i j or the controllerorvl A. WADDELL, VfcPrt.ldent
:t toe, District Grand ; F. BStoneman. to be r Its god" Insist on baring J
Dftd. Friday and spent the day there with ;'I :, business interest ,. Real Estate. .
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I friends. Mr. Courtney left Saturday ,
Bay Lodge. No. 124. ind CoL J. T. 'I t IA. P. ANTHONY, Anthony Bros.M. .
morning for Miami where he has accepted -
Sanders also high in j tie annals oft Edit ::" B'I 'atnm has sold I, ; I'' I. '
a position on the Dally Metrooils. el 3HANAHAN Grand Rapids, MichTreas.
'Masonry, left on Monday for Jack8On1 Miami, ;M tropollii to the Dean Broths t''
i t ti i Blssell's Carpet Sweeper Co.
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';:t, rifle to attend the aniual Shriners -, ers, two of 1 the bat newspaper men 1 it f We Cash Travelers Letters of Credit
b ting to begin there {oday. i proper'' Florida t1 fcoL Tatum will retire from: EDWARD C. ROMFH, Cashier.
U you want to Improve :your ,
'j: Horse_ for. sale; 211 Second. street.y ty and need to borrow money. for the will journalism.continue.] whlel InJz the new proprietor t _
,, +eking the Metropollijthe -
:e f 1- purpose try Ceo. G Carrie Attorn ey- .
: beat|lally paper Miami has eve
;, :As,farther'evidence the demand at-law West Palm Beach. Ml
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I had--fklhpa Tribune. 1 We 3 cent
..i; rooms and reservagone In the put : 'I .j' pay per
several days and the general: Inability Prof R. E. Mali, the newly elected I Wanted' I
to.furnish the Mrs. W. E. t qf'Dade i A good steady hand tor,
j superintendent of public school on
;mrk. Good accounts
VinaJ Carm and a savings
: March, of March ] has leased the I wages goo
;. county. eft last week for .Sti I
'/ ,III place 'of!the right, man. Apply toJ.;
rat: furnished residence of A. McDonald ver Palm on his first inspection of the (

*t .tor the season. This! {[residence adJoins schools of th< county. This achoo''' W.achy Q tinel tdCo' .!. Danla I Fla. References. f! I ... Spicits| Account of I .
,t, March Villa and |nu; add greatly closes In about three weeks after one fr' 1
pj tJt to Its popularity and mans of accom- of the most successful I terms In M" tp3udg4 ;
: ;.*modatlng I ; A. E. Heyser retnrgedSatutb7from ? Firms and Indi 'idti1S. Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent.
many w bx desire to stop history. Mr. bail will be absent untl 1
I ; visit of two or three j
\ there.* tomorrow night. {j jI I estead country. 'Ij? eJudg4I.nt .. ._.a.e.Da. .o......., ._ 4.ai

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at as the ----- r
l :110 grapefruit trees; b.)OD pineapples. PANTS TO ORDER IN ONE ESTA&USHMENT. : DAT could' ;Cdrrv bin,; and then walked fodr BM.NNMns.si.s...si..sso.uo..o..............i'.J. .............................. .
Miami Fla.MigUonlcj's : Z27 or flvevlmllps t> the place where ,l.e. 11 I i
j stopped t !I He It much injpressed wl h \ I
: Orchestra, consleUngof I I'
or mcmbdrg ., County Judge A. E. Heyser. who has this sxxalon foi farming and truckli, g
fifteen .
4 more arrived Sun i** I j t
lyyand..rendered their first concet I been at West Palm Beach the past pun .I I

In the rotunda of the Royal Palm that several'days Booking after his property FO8ALE.-acres II

if'aJPt.. This 'orchestral Is one of, the interests there, left that place Wednesday for good pipe Alwayb Changing: ':
,.,' best in the South and" baa furnished for Jacksonville, where he Iwdj rst-class fruits and Yegeta-

r ;'tte music for this popular hosilery for goes to attend the meeting as a delegate bleswest| of Lemon City about a mils ,
3 I and hilt andnot far from rock road. .
\ isereral seasons l<' tIt[| is stronger from Dade county' of the which NaUonal Will a Metlycheap4. ]1: Addreu'Iaud." oars i'I t.
Good Roads Convention
: better this: year than ever before, The }] il I
t convenes there tomorrow morning. ; pots II I IColl
sad will be heard to t A
great advantage ..... I I !S I One charm of our store is the constant change in our s/ocr,110
IIIT the patrons therejj and Mrs. Thompson who arrived : .
.">" Try the Utss\ thing to dried the, here]' Saturday morning In their two days does it ever look alike. New goods and novelties;open-. .-ii.
'lj ,Plstmrti.wishing to II I borrow money Blscayne cod, at Wilson ft ITye-s US magnid'oent houseboat Everglade, from f I ed up every day; foods having exclusiveness, combined with_ I .

(gf,boold address Realty Mortgage Co, the :West Coot, went North Saturday
Fla.i : Among toe host prominent and noted richness and neatness always appeal who Ian
.j.W1etPalm Beach.. personages now In this section,('Is evening'" but will return later and'jre-:! dressers
?i recognized as fine :N
> boat
Cart MelchersUhe famous Italian artist join Joe" at Jensen where theyown'fa .
.if To Misses Cora Torbert au4ICdIthA. t
DOW the Peacock Ian. ?,t"lnter home. The Everglade
who Is a west
settler the record catch
:,X. -*;.ot ..th.oIIo' goes and -f.hIcb'II''' made Cocoanut Grove, where be will spend 1s still,,hero- in command of Captain DOllyrVARDEN MULLS
} ,|but leave In few drysfor
: the season di ring which he win paint
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yacht Clara a day or two *
a number of landscape scenes. Mr. t tie .Indian!river. J
.:aga' Not only Is It hove the reeordmade catch Uekhers Is an exhibitor In the French I'Ml --- J 11'e have in. a ne o line of this popular dress goods and 1

by ladles but thai made Academy'at Parts, which fact alone Fej|.atov-Thoroughbred White Leghorn showing pretty effects in lawns and linens.
t.([tj any man. Mis Torbert capturing cockereli nine months old. $ .&. are
the bestof[
gives him a unit among 1
'alone. S3 fine specimens, and the re- his profession' In the world. Eggs;tor hatching. SI per doses. Troop "
part of 72 fish caught alto Poultry f Farm] Enterprise 1'la.TiEAUr,1EAL.
Shirt waists in lawns mulls linens and
.. 'being divided between Miss'Mercer If.jt. want a salt,of elotbM mina H I 1, J f

-. and. Commodore Hughe. to fit yom and guaranteed to fit yoa/at A madras from $1.25 to $6.00Our J
,.'" prices that an right. go to Bewetre ,
:' It jM want twtmsies, -.! J. X. Tailoring Establishment., ttlJ A t Ltcompete

:r'I-, agent for [the oU reliablei > Souvenir Dept. is the !largest and : I.;' ..mi.

"" :1Da04y ttoods I A praedpe for dismissal was filed: .lpO A "
.: .' h Wednesday )n the clerk's "office !t by .
;; ,Tomorrow being the anniversary of George A. Worley. attorney for 0. W.' f Y '

r.tae'birth of Generai Robert E. Lee. M. Williams, plaintiff in action [oft I I'I

'1.'''Southern''Cross .Chapter.' Daughters damages 10.00 vs. Joseph Zapf Oscar II I Burdink&QuJrterman' ,

gp'ot the Confederacy, win hold a recep- Seewald and:R. H. Seymour, the same
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.slot at.the residence of Mrs L. E. being voluntary upon the part of plain :

:lh,Bill la the evening and at night,which tiff. A praedpe for dismissal was also I r 'I .:

promises to be a delightful and enjoyable filed by the lame plaintiff In the suit j

affair.' In honor of th. event against Joseph Zapf. slngvlary. In['the

'>..an of.the banks. and many. other places sum of IWKW> : G f I
business will be Closed during the .-

Wa"tecL-JO I men In each State. :kto IL 1 I l

travel tack jsigns and distribute samples n
rairteoV To exchange a suburban and circulars of our goods. Salary HJa| Butler, the well known yesetable malaed until late spring, cam* la known among the fruit and Tegstahle

,dints 'sear Mew Tort[ for a grove' $75,00 pr I month. 3.00 per t day Absolutely i PureiosiBsmm and fruit broker.: of Plttsburg.who'has .. rooting I .a4 will gala make his bead- I growers throughout. the county, tad.

<, property Dade county. Address"U." for expenses. Knhlman COL. DeptAtlas {; arrived la Miami about this quarters at the Southern for thenextButler ,' he will get away la a few day a a

can The Wetrepellal! building I Chicago. I season for several years past and r.t .- three or four monlas. Mr. Is tfelttotfcem.I .

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,MOTOR BOAT RACES Dr..Sledd and: Prof. McBeath wm1'Corn, Oi tVvi Sere( Saw Mill Property for I Fo Annual Meeting of Federation of Much Seed Mas Been Planted Along. '

bat With Pencils In Exponent I 1 I $400,000.00. Woman's Clubs in,This City. East Coast. '
I i I --- r An Atlanta dispatch under date of: ,.

IN THE BALANCE Florida (educators aDd the lip I.. I 't..f t e largest; sawmin ami, tim The following Is the program arrai January 14, to the New York Fruit and

I generally ,11I bt' Interested 10 retrcif ', Il, !f'd! it the history of Florid i took ;sett for the meeting of the Feiler- Produce News, says of the culture .of :

;, I_ duel w, ich will be fought Dr. ,,1\1! tai 1 !L..+l '''IUnl.1Y.ben 11.1 Tift I Ign. I all tn of Woman's Clubs of Florida, Bermuda onions In this section:

I' '"Andn'w ..d.l. oC the t'nh'us of'I'orida. .'I.f, Inn, of Tifton. Ga., i nd J. ]I alt ch assembles here In Its Tenth FALL RIVES OPERATIVES SETTLE Mr. Hastings head of the Hastings

a d PnJC. ThO. F. Mc ath ii 1111d W. C. Powell\ of Perry Fla., Annual Convention January 25; to :2C, DIFFERENCES-12,000 GO OUT IN Seed Co., has been home some little

Can Only yet One Day.If editor: of t.. School Exponent. th:qa!!:h :' ::1'' ,il Ih large electric:\ samiU I in usive: ST. PETERSBURG AND TRAINMEN time from a trip.to tho East Coast of. .

I the colum 3 oC that pUblication. ;, The ,b 1)I le Drew Brothers at. Lura- Wednesday, 10 a. m. Jan. 25. ORDER A STRIK Florida where Bermuda onion seed '

A All. I following r. the challenge a the :: v\ ,,1! ,,near' .1\e OaK, and C5.000: acres I URiC I I was planted last fall as an experiment

I a"'ptanr of the same givin : i the iJ : :(nol. hp nmount paid f<3r the oil-call. He says the combined acreage In that'

w r ,I plan for tie contest: ; l II!I ) 1) is Hnii.ooi), says the Ja tkson- !I II 'b'tlronie by President! of Ladies' Af-! Vision, Jan. ;$.::The lot like among section wIll cggresate100; acres. ThlAI
I Challence. I l.-tr ,,011. I II IC nun Club of :Miami. I I ; planted In small lots all along the
WRITS i cotton mill operatives ait Kail Rivwas -
MORGAN COMMODORE ,. Jackson. IlIe, Fla., Jan. C, 1 5ton. 4.4. I n. Brushers are sons: if the espouse to welcome: I p coast When Mr.\ Hastings was there
I e suttled at a conference here
tr1in ROOME. SAYSIT ROGRAM MAKES ( Tom F. McBcath, Editor o S. ), 4nl .ruor Drew who dl<\Lat his ading of minutes. he said the plants had been set out and
of the of theo
tc lay representatives
E., Caine5vi11e\ Fla : '-Yy Dear r: 1recwired I '
deport Com
i 111 t is city a few year ago. of Credential tui II et'" were looking fine. These are epected!
NECESSAR TO BE IN: KEY rpy of th" Expon t on I Ii natives and the manufacturers who
copy het.hrouglr: their enterpaiuablo se ac-i I ayiiu-nt of dues.sport to mature early In April. On the qual-
WESTFEBRUARYThem 8. i yesterday jan,} have read with I it 1 rest "' :.at 1. d I properties i i Florntion- j of Corresponding; Secretary. n+t under ararngeinents mi' de by GOTeiftior ity of these onions will depend the future '
your remarks on 'Compulsory uca- JIC he m&1 1 and land above in eiK>rt of Treasurer. of the Industry In Florida. The ', ,.
The strike began last Jul when then a
I tion: to differ r
seem ra1i/:1IY'/ ''; 44 jfcn! <; s',Hong the same. 71]e mill II | eport of Auditor mufacturers posted notices of a 12 I growers there realize that a diversity, w
: in our fleas on this subject, as'I
11 III thi future be operate under president's addn-ss. of crops Is necessary and Mr. Hasting ,
the to me to be of I i lper cent redaction. Bjj the settlenlBnt. -
I ( coo I II' lif> Wednesday, 2:30 p. m. I Is positive that onions cal be prodno '
tlf.l amethe Orti1an! ]
In all] pro) ablll es Miami till ncx { ,, today the operatives Wlil returnt
great interest, and importance. uotonly n ForMa .|
I' I $ :Mill Company' It is one I Session at Cocoanut Grove. ed to an ad\antage. With onions and _
get but one day'If motorboat racing to the professional educator but, to i! f work Immediately under a reduction
: .: st aniL best paying plants! n .lu-bic. Irish potatoes to growers will _not de- < .
any! at ails;, foil owing the events the peopU at large I hereby challenge on a portion of the ,margin be- '
Reading of minutes much tomatoes.
pond on
t42T new purchasers ar< pleas so
\ you to debate on the subject with me teen the raw,material and the man.
scheduled to take lace at Lake Worth e of Educational and IndustrialC there ate.. patches:
with I ti! -tr deal and say th: t they Report Last year were
of the Exponent be
either through the columns u 'actured good, fetch will required '
during the first tree days ot *next < stands mmittee. of Bermuda onions in Dade
i Lip tit d secured bargain not vn > grown
or those of the Times- ion,! ; I b r the manufacturers The matter oftbe
month and In w lich It Is said that or at aryl! Use, place or manner, that s { .he la.ye U amount of paidf5jOie Report of Reciprocity Committee. amount of reduction was left to county. They matured early and were *S'satisfactory.
mont 1 jteport of Social Purity Committee. The few experiment ,
some of the crackl racing! boats of that I you may choose. |I property. j ( jvernor Douglas to be adjusted.
"I extend this challenge 11n j a !' 'lie! location of the mill Is Lul-aville, I y caused a wider experiment this te >
dau and type win participate.: Commiteport
rp ; spirit of perfect friendliness ..believ., awju't: tw\"t\'e miles south of Lire Oak SHIP LABORERS STRIKE. son. It Is not at all likely that there
This Is made.sot by a letter received I ing that j[nothing but good can I come; aha s connected with the A. C.JLRy.:'! I I ( of Household Economic Comrr I _. 'i will be a single carlot shipment, of

yesterday by.Commodore R. C. Roome from such a frank fair thorough and ave: Oaik by a railroad builtby'I the : ] SL Petersburg Jan. 18.--Early this onions this year, but If the experiment'

from Mr. W. J. Morgan, manager of friendly discussion as I now.,propose. rill;* Brothers u I I of Forestry Committee. i morning employees of thd Neva Shipbuilding proves feasible there will be .many

3; the proposed events at Palm Beach I trust that you will do" m4? the 'I*I a i 1! deport from Federated Clubs Works decided j Jto support : cars another year. ,'-'

honor to accept my proposal j 'Very :i JAMES. A. HEMEMWAY.H. Wednesday, 8:30 p. m. strikers of the Poutlloff and Franco- Mr. Hastings Intends to go to .Floe h
-s Key West and Havana, and In which. { 1f I
respectfully yours | '"'I U! II if Reception at Cocoanut Grove. Russian Works and consequently 12. Ida when these onions mature so as ,

he says that. the arrangements for the "ANDREW SLEDD." Succeed Vice-President Fa rbanksill' Thursday, 10 a. m. Jan. 26. (00 men of the Neva works went out to be fully informed of cons itlont_The. t

races ate these tthree places make It. i McBeath Accepts. !I. j l I as U. 8 .Senator. I IIt 'I' Music. c n a general strike. II t planting has been done In so many dlf- i .

necessary for the boats to be In Ha- Gainesville, Fla., Jan. 9, 1905.-Dr. It ''I Reading of minutes. I The situation Is regarded as threat- ferent' places that there will be. tto "j"

on the 8th ItTana of February. The Andrew Iedd, Lake City FlaJij]} Dear ;i diana tolls. Jan. 17.-The two I Report of Nominating Committee plug. This Involves they suspensionof further doubt after this crop 1* gath1ered.

Dr. Sledd-I beg to acknowledge the ,branches (of the Indiana Legislature for officers work of importance, which was nr- The Florid* East Coast.road, i

t race close at Palm Beach on the receipt of your letter of the Ctb Inst : '" jay voiced, separately for Albert. J. j!Reports of Federated Clubs con Un. ently needed by the Government has done much to demonstrate whethr i.

3rd; the Martinique leaves here tor In the same friendly spirit In which It Jveridga: 1, to succeed himself (tnd for ued. Large forces of mllltla'! and police er or not onion growing 1* practical.

1 Key West and Havana on the morning was tendered, I accept with pleasure :" eptesentatlve\, James A. HeiienwayI :: I'Reports of Delegates to General Fed. are been sent to the work to pre
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of the fifth ands many of the participants your challenge to discuss with you, I the I \lve-P-ealdent-el u t Fair- eration. erre order and protect the property. FLORIDA POSTFFICES. to

: are scheduled to go over on subject of 'compulsory education., 6 tufts, and both received th4 unaniDios i Unfinished business. aNew The postofflce at Early Bird. Marion '9f
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her the only possible chance to get "The 'code due11o/ 1 believe;'allows support of the Republicans. who business. TRAINMEN AUTHORIZE STRIKE. county Florida,has beG discontinued.

the races here will, be on the 4th but to the challenged party the choice of .1e11n i a 1>large majority. I Thursday, 2:30 p. m. -I The mail hereafter wffl.'be' seat to :10

this Mr. Morgan. believes, can be weapons; nevertheless, I desire to ,f T The vo'a vole' will be canvassed at the Music. Philadelphia Jan. 18.-II Is announc- : Standard Fla. w

done. i thank you for your courtesy},) jln re lint session/ tomorrow and bpth will I Reading! of minutes. ed today that 85 per cent of the twelve The site of the postofflce at Lather;,..

He advises 'the local promoters of minding: me of my rights In the mat e l'declared formally. elected. :1'j' I Election of officers. thousand members of the'Brotherhood Taylor county, has been changed threevguarters .....

.' 'the races to offer, a first and possibly ter. So; knowing you to be ian accomplished I .I" ''!____ j jBAKING'S I II Address of Mrs. Kirk Munroe "Car- bf Trainmen Toted authority to call a of a mile east .. f
speaker, and being but THE DESERT BLOSSOM.i Strike on the Pennsylvania Railroadf W.Carter has been commissioned
a second prize li ,the contest to be run Club Life in South Florida. ,
here providing{ course,' that the an indifferent'!: one myself III J!choose Ut: i i[ II IISjdenc !' Year's work. it is necessary to secure the repeal postmaster at Allle, Fla. '

boats come for t lat purpose and reach the penoIl as the weapon, in the' mod [ ,, Intelligence and enterprise Music. I >f the order making train ring by George A. Wendell baa been, com'.-!:

here In time.Commodore. !I j i hope that we may thereby tie. somewhat .1 j done much t.* make matt\' of thefI.r..s I Adjournment brakemen> compulsory.GERMAN ::' missioned postmaster at Qulney, Fla.. I!

Ie4s unequally matched.I Waste< places to blossom as the This Is a new appointmentGeorge :'1,.
Roome wired Mr. Morgan
!| Thursday, 8:30 p. m.
In II)' "The medium will be the Exponent: Sltamps'anl wildernesses and STRIKE NUMBERS. R. Stanton has been commit-' :wa
return that the local promoters '' I Reception at the Royal Palm by the.allies' i .
first'and I, the. time, whenever you read; i been reclaimed a bd made I stoned''postmaster at Bluff .Springs.'* JFla.
have .
povided tyr a second Afternoon Club. .
t' prize in said contest. it it can be arranged j i to begin. Copy for any issue; jshould itablgand 1 fertile. Large arlas( have ; Essen, Germany, Jan. IjJ.-The number !!l

but as no reply has been. 1: reach me l by the 5ih of that month.' I I, .9yn in this coun) r> by Ir- I Some of the recent writers for plays of strikers now out I in the Germanreal The site of.the postofflce at Belmin i 'Jt

received.Tndpr. I assure (OU fairest treatment, and I 'il"tlon..l l i Man has accomplished, wou- deem to get immorality confused with fields were reported to the Government Calhoun county, Florida, has been .

r these. Jet! 'It would' i would suggest that we less j a lime i lifts in the Valley of the | t Immortality. mine office tally as 175,523. changed three miles northeast. '.
'! It of three pages more or ,as you I ,Jt nugh 'Egypt's desert pIa 's flows ; ----
seem that }[Jam a good chance Ii c
may elect, for each article. [he ET-1 lordl Nile" is a line that oeds rei i'
of not having the races;as It Is looked 1 "!iJ, ; I
ponent !runs about 1,200 worC.% to a 1 .*ow the Great Sahafc Desert !
t' 'upon as almost|| impossible for theboats 1 page !Eternally yours, I hI i; II j I 'Ulon.! reclaimed. Thro eh the ,i

t under: to a day get, in hire which from event Lake: tho Worth con- ,, I "TOM F M'BEATH. ; ere -s centuries countlasa earns !i,
: hay crossed dread that dreary r4o tots in Johnson's Addition
I liNEVY :
test cannot be teld. The distance le' 1 "
seventy-five mi's, and even thougb YORK'S UNIQUE BANK., 11-I, t ate ai.d many human berthsilqoched have I Il ,
W f ---- : [ L l on its burning sandow
these boats may; >a very fast the many I I \ I
Run and Soon : Begin Northern Sabarajj' being,
t To Night Day ,0 110 I
,turns and ahal'w places will make It j f

s 4 as them hard to and make re<;.iilre,th! as trip.much as It time would for,;>: Business-. Ii t:I tl I It ooted'.-(nary-w ith wells artesian have! wells eno:, ,&and Isly even In- !j-1.{ have been taken by Investors within the Past Two WeeksI

.' 'the ordinary pc wer craft : York City.-A site h' is beet, ,Jrfiased: he cultivation of e palms. ,
acquire ,
However th< !l promoters, tike the ,, at the corner of Fift''; :Avenug I ;!The v, wid areas of water that underlie<< I I I

showman, are working upon the theory I and Forty-fourth street I tie new .the desert surface are being utilized

: that 'everything* Is possible, and will j day ana I night back and plans I' have it; act i The oases which nature hangs '

be prepared to pull off the races if the been completed, for the opening of this" $ut as ilgnals! to man are all in degression I 'I
l unique i institution within I !,a few of the surfaceVTh's Frenchbegan ,
boats get here on time. They will also t i [
months tie eperiment of sinking wells
prepare a set of'dory and launch race !! I Ii
Bank: and safety deposit vaults: will faj j.x Sahara, and; are nowawork'
: the Igerian {
to preceed the!;main contest both In ,
be open both night and day. The basks on a large seal.! Is estlfnated -
order ihe latter crafts time !
to give
to reach Miami and also. to increase j will have.a capital of $200,000' and a' t!hat the districts tint are re- Positively::1
surplus of $500,000. 1 ail population of
the Interest anil excitement In the > r fatmable will support a ,
sport I j* -- I Ii 1000.0011.; A well that :yields 250 galore -
: Moscow; Jan. 16.-The man;I who etempted a minute will Irrigate &.000 date I .
This Information is It
regretable as
i I n '
-- carries with li' the possibility of no last night to shoot I ,General ;j>alms. '! Some of the wells :'flow over ,

; races being held here, the apparent \ Trcpoff. recently removed as" 'chief of ?800 gal ans. a minute. Sir obn Mnrra'y. i,i

obstacle and cause being the fact that police, was seized by thel 'railway,;..[ wh> visited the Northern Sahara .

the boats muss be In Havana on the hands, and quickly Incarcerated. i!|R.'about' fi 1 re years ago declare that onefwho I I

k Sth of February., 'Why this II compnl : lie refused to reveal his 1 identity or; .. traveled in that region :"' as apt to ':

ory., Is not known, though It. doe I make any statement General I TrePO, become a !( !{ enthusiastic over I itk commer- :
seem that werij it the wish and desire i had been I bidding farewell to the GranDuke [dial' aspects. |II| No more Lots will be sold in this ..

'. to give Miami] a chance to have theraces i jsergius, and the train1' had Jus ,18 11'1 S II\ I .

that sufficient time Intervenes started, and he had reach ihe doors BRYAN'S. COMMONER I COMMENT\ j tract at theoriginal figures, all

r"' between_now and then to change the i way and, was about to alightjwhen| the 1 I i_ I II'II II- 1 r

schedule so that the boats could stop'I assassin, fired four times passed at, him at, jf,, 'l'II It se ms less painful nor; that wan Lots have advanced 25 per cent and
inconvenience close range. The bullets Into
here without or troubleto refer to It.a's the "defeat of last ':
anyone at key West or Havana. I the car and struck a notic| board Ali] ." i( / terms
year fourth down This
the corridor. ) i II are one,
,, ,, j jI. 1 ,
Improvement I I '
The State jInternal] l I F The fear that "Gas" Addicks wll
1" j ; 1 property
il j will steadily raise in value
Board bal entered suit In chancery inthe jlc break Irnto the magazines Is not wel !
fl I I I.
circuit cturt of Calhoun county founded.
against MrsJ'. J. }Utter. the executrix "Suppose I ," said the orator'ugh'tie" ,'" |E [i I ''I and if you want to invest money
aj thought stupendous. ,ff "
of her lat husband, of New York : | Very naturally Mr. J. HI
Suppose a baby one yead old wit!:
I I ItaVOnj
to recot er the tract of land in 'I Ja4I j in something that will net good
x City, aims of the tremendoue!, ;"I f a continuance overnmen ( a
r Calhoun court y known as the Cut OS Length of nlnetythree odd millionShould : ion of the railroad i '
!!tract of land Is located I I
Island ties. \ 1'1 l I j i I f" i profit, :communicate with .. .
'between the Apalachicola and Chip In a freak of,fun,1: j l ,/ [ wel trust that Dr. Lym:' Abbott t ,

ola rivers, I Inning from rear lola Reach up and touch the ,' I i It (.t;Tiot the advance agent; of campalg? I'I' .

down to the junction of the two rivers. That! child would be i Ii Iit i I hi(Of "fr nzied theology." I I I i

The tract ant>race about.20,000 acres t 1253 I I tH[ i -- I I '
I j I -
f of overflow land, bearing a heavy : Year old, unr'i Bel re visiting! the South to eho \ ;

growth of v uable cypress and other I j I'm told j! ,I It I j,f his! fro;I endshlp President iboaevelt a << i- ,il f .

swamp Umber. This tract of land belongs Bt'fore It learned j I a i i nlnl ered the fourth dos of Cnim I ___
to that lass of lands which were Us hand was burned.-St tiichola" i -:- I .'
D :
_ granted by ongress to the State oft i "Iii!, ha f I i i Of I course If Want: sags : :1:1n

Florida for 1 tornal Improvement pure A Western man claim << to ,, shoo''will D"s over the Lnwsc. e po3e

poses. kissed Mrs. Carrte, Nation!l I hough}! .j' \ ate to be chronicle; as a nav I "

The defent J nt asserts that this tract
was granted some years ago by the heroine or doing the act, :f a klSli I J

':State::; Lrgls!' rare to a certain line of o l I r to date the trusts hi ve not be h I Me

,- railroad tbJ bonds or obligations ofsnip I BishopConelly' says I\, taotiI very badly frightened i' y.nUll. g Allister-Beck'
rallroa,' having been, purchased''I I menj .shot to death for he1i\as I criQ|$I 'shoe tics unller their bu mess om I b ,
and are not held' by "the defendantCol. | than that of revealing | of tJje)!., :w ind ws. I ,

R. W, TV lllams. of Tallahassee is I'' Mormon House of Endow cent. "M: l lI I" I j I i : P D .

x .representing the State la the litigaa. I very true, no doubt bU |:I|we bi|:, It uat be remembered i that a gr t Suite 4. No 320 ..One-Half 12t ,| Street Miami Florida]

lion and H I
'a.me'c1tJ'b i pears for the defense.-i' offenses than having two!i or. tbei; 111 the headlines of the Item ne !'- i :

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I LEGAL- PAPERS. 'I r': : eeeeeeeeeeeebeeeeeeeee I'I eeeeeeeee4eeeeeeeeeeeeeee, '

The following legal papers ; t.I I"

essin' !; filed for record in the clerk's office today C1 a ]

] hepraPf II I Sheriff's: deed, John Probock. to S. L. 0o S I ,II peat Estits,.1, Bargains. <) 4.

I Patterson for $100.00 lots 1, 2. 3, 4, S, i" <)
I I't"f!" City !. I Groves ::1 I Unimproved

I G, 7,New S. 8, Blscayne. |I :: and. 15. block o 1 ;C5p)1150!" te m..............., 10 acres I 900 trees, on time ... .(3000 10 aces" pine .. ......... ... ,3 450 lire And
Pattesso I r
; n do Ezw1a.+A B2f00 .f.
Warranty deed, $. L. Patterson and o 110r.. nenth street termsat..3.' 5 acre! I grapefruit bearing net 10 acres pine and prairie. ..; .$ 450 Title: I

.ATTORNEYS ATi !LAW. A. S. 1'cacock for $600.00all | o 1 lot'Seventhlots 1 year's time Ii $15jq( yearly. . . . .$4500 5 q .
wife; to RobL h acres all hammock.. .... .. .'l.$ 300 Ins
Wnlprsenoela aU oour a.Bttte sad rcderatI of lots described! In above para. o ,''fi! &., .. ........3 10 ac e. land all hammock, best It I '
;. i jreet. t
perfecting o
SptotafuCWUuloraaamta1nas dade
I I graph e lots ...venue .. ..... .., In county, 3 acres cleared, 35 coca, 10 acres Improved 200bearing surn-n.oe

od.BO 27.: Mlaial. Fla. Warranty deed, }. C. Henderson toE I 10 o" 5-roofrj|IIdl'| ,house; ;Fourth ;;..$ FTwentieth 2hou rea in grapefruit, small fruit trees, 7-room I

\ SUGGS. JL D.. .' L. Brady, for $3.000. north 75 feet 3 lots,*, '" I st. .. .. ...... $ ;250entyfirst ie' all for .. .. .. ......_.2500 house'1.pineapples good rock '
\ PT. of lois 9 and 10, block 45, north Mi 3 I I I .. road, cheap at..I.. .$ OOO
on i terms.es
f. j 110' at.. Ave. ... .) ? y I ,
Olllee with red cBMl4e14U1l1tree carman. awL 0 1 ,, < 5 I Iot.i! Second street...... .$1900 e
1 I 2 co lots,' Avenue C... .....$JJWO' 40 ac on Miami river, cheap; I \p. ,
Deed-Model Land Co., to Anton 1 lot Twelfth street .. .... 'y
1, eonerLTe CMIAMI. i I I 1 -.rophl housl and lot. Fifth it; | wri for particulars. ,i..3 800 0

FLORIDA. : Frost, for $1.00. lot S. block 12.: SIo- i .33C91eash f' ; bil. to suit'....... 1500'! 20 acre grapefruit grove, $3000 on 1 lot+ Twelfth street........ .$ 3596roori Liverpool Jt London A 0 7boIt
i iI iIteeed '
delo. !' L / house, 3 lots 0
:f"t ; louse md lot $100 cash, I corner..H.$3200 (Jlubf.Orient .

4 1.J:: >L l. JL JACKSON' JOr7ICa I -Model Land Co. to Carl Larson I \,,.10 per month time: 1 loti I I 'Ifth street... .ta.t. .a. .$ (03) Ins. t'o. a

:. for 1000. lot 13, block 11, Mo- I O 22 acres pine and hammock an 7- house and lot
.. I 2 10rnlr.[ 00, $: 5 cash bal $8 r'' room corner \ort b American I ,
it- : dclo.: I I railroad. .. .. .. . .. ..$ 00 Tenth street $3000 $500 cash S. Underwriter/ G
HOTEL BISCAYNB Deed Model Land Co., to Catharine C1 j 7-rofl house, lot 50x150, $500 240 acres pine and prairie.. .. $2500 Bay .I ront 1 acre In city .. ..j..3250e Ilmorer, \.. 0 ,

MIA1IL FLORIDA.Da. Frost, for 350.00iof; C, block G, and Ol 1 cps1 $500 Irst year, bal $25 500 acres pine and: prairie. ... $4000 lot T'nth street, Boulevard .i. .$1350 German Alliance

L E. cajiFax: lots 15. 18, and 19,1 Hock 13, Modelo. 0' D er" "rttonth .. .. .... ........3800 I 10 II.pine near city I .. ... ...$ 300 4-roo.1'! house and lot..3 I (00 New Hamphire, r'c +

i Deed Model Laid Co., to Catharine : Houslflind, lot;, Twelfth ; ...$, 10 aces Improved 6-room house.$2200 2-room-i house and corner lot.;..$ (00 Dade Co. Title Ins. Co. 0
t I
DENTIST jot 19, block 12: Mo '
i Frost, for $10.0p.
a' Ollo.t W&bOD Babdtnt.oath eorer 01 delo. {I !i 0.: : I I F-u.rnL: b.ec.1. or xI :n.r1.1rn.l.shed: house I ,

Avenue D and Inch street.i Deed-Boston apd I Florida Atlantic' II 1pyyearlpr son: $200 :per season: end: 'Up
i' MIAML 'Coast Land Co., lo Anton Frost for O. I :

I ;1 ATKINSON, J'' $37.50 five acres in section 2, tp. 61, I 1
) cdafu SHIN"E
H.r. b
h ;; range 4.r: lUll I I : : & : .A. n.1s.

1;k. ATTORNEY! tnealtoa lina to AT COOT JUdDI LAW.ttpede end. Warranty deed--Peter H. Petersonto i ,* 00 00000001; 0 0 0 000 000 000.0 0000*0 *0-x srtJ
}.I:;> Ssam1DatiuD 01 T L Catharine Frost;. for $100, acres 11'' l *
0) -
4\ lCatary t'ublie ta Omee.i3 in section 31, tow f'hip 50, range 42. I rj IiCAPTAIN
.'. OtltCOlID kwen guild ave.f
I Warranty deed+Mark Zill and wifeto ;, TH IFIG'1T' ENDED. TH5 STRIKE SETTLED. AND CREW encamped in the woods near where
John I... Zill. Jrr for $15, lots Iii, 16, .. '"1'-I I' Matte II they landed, while he came on her to

i DB. W. S. ORAMLING' I I 17. and 18, r.n, Llnton.Sheriff's ,",And Thomai{I Neidrlnghams I Will be U. I|All Adjusted Satisfactorily to THEIR ESCAPES get transportation to 8L Augustine. s

ator From Missouri. j 'Parties Concerned.The Further than this little Information
Frohock Ellen
deed-John to
: s'I' r ..J... ,iDE could be learned of the wreck.
1 Scapcox.
;; Thornton, fort]$50.00, twenty acres .
OrricB, ix MIAXI T&L&PIIO"' & B'LDO. in section 20, township 46, range 43. f I; St. I Jan. 17.1 -A special from following statement, furnished During the afternoon your correspondent -
----- 1 Jefferson'City says that all opposition by the laboring organizations and oth- i with other went 'down the
., Boon from tt a. m.to t p. m. Warranty deedj-Z. T. Merritt and I ., ,
by the Kerens forces to the election of ers effected in the recent strike, is ; S HOGGED AND WILL BE beach U far U the wreck of the Italian
"".. Mme j.GLLLESPIEENLOE j. Fu.L wife to Samuel Gray, for $250. fire
- xplakwl" I
,Thomas-jjjJXeldringhams as United self- )'; bark Mass e GDece t.hilt could ,
In section 24 53 A WRECK-ANOTHER K
acres ,
l, ;,Dentist States Sf tutior, have disappeared. Representatlvii By reason of an "unfair" plasterer TOTAL see nothing of another wreck, ant It

range 41.Warranty { ,Grace,' of 8L Louis, who I, being employed 1 on a certain Job of repair WRECK,: REPORTED AND PART such a ship U the Et Victoria has Mea

.,.r.l::; .omaBoup A.M.to tin ".111. deed| A. J. Kolb and wife was the'leader against Neidrlnghams, worftj in Miami; a committee of OF CREW' DROWNED. wrecked she either went to the bottom

K:* 01=bt Prl-U BI WJIL (UK UU Bt. to Mary L..ShillJDc for $!,800 lot (, dedaredtday; at 'noon that the fight I the B. > .1, I. Union waited upon this"unfair" or U still further down the beach than P
!>; MlUOJrLOBIDA.fl.W block 118 north, Miami I has endeG44:and he! would now second man and tried in every possible l II IIl, this point

e;.. Bill for partition. Mary G. White I!1M, nomlaaUon oi Neldringhams.No honorable manner persuade I '

'r.J'CR.', JIAB'l'DB, I)' et aL, TS. Nora si Rollins, et aLWarranty ; )'d.r.' i him to become "fair" (free of cost to "II I, RIVIERS CAUSE DAMAGE. 10

1..1 t [More Stomach Troubles. j jj I Ii himself)I which he repeatedly sad em- West Palm Beach Jan. 17.Loadedwith -
1." deed,, James Bf 11 to Theo
Eorropathlat: : : All stpidach trouble is removed by 7S5,118 I New York. Jan. 17.-A Herald dis
,' Banding G. Houser for $700.00 tots > and 10 j \ phatlcallyj: refused to do. The same L feet of lumber and bound
: MUBI Omcs: FrUt Houn.tvHf.rn.Brava Q Rollins. Grahamj ft ChlUlagworth's, the use[ofj! :Kodol ;nrlpeptlla: Cure. It committee also presented the rue on from Pensacola to Buenos Ayres the I patch from Paris says: "The: Riviera

'f v..t& gives tJuj"lomacl perfect rest by dljgesting has been visited by snow and
a an MIAMI several Afferent occasions t> 11 vans
snb-dlYlsion. North Miami
!, J.: h/oIIOMl&. 7LoanA. "" : 'yrlttt you eat without the atom- of the parties employing i, Italian bark Mara Gn
i. TOHK 8. nXDXBICX,'! State of Florida to C. C. Chilling- ach's aldVijbe[ food' builds up the body the "'wJ man, who having been sante, ri.master lies a total wreck on', comfort. At Ban flame flowers to the

r CIVIL ENGINEER worth, commission U notary public the rest!,restores the stomach to deceived into the firm belief that the the beach six miles south of this place,: value of $1.00,000 have been destroy ;
State at large; for four years from Jan. health ilP.1 hare to diet your '
"" AND SURVE'OR. : j l. don.t' Unions here dealing unjustly by the and two! miles below the stranded ed. 4
12 1905.
self when|[ ) Kodol Dyspepsia I '
4 'Rotary FablM for Bate at &.up. FarUenlari AllenvUlejMich. ; "unfair" man, and so said to the come American schooner James Judge,
.' a.tUfttioa fires to 8u -Dt"41aI Larf IncM.O1te Warranty deed, C. C. ChllUngworth Cure. !!jj3p. Erskine. of / 'J I '
mlttee. Then all Union law forbids COMING.
as -
't .r.r fortofflce. ,f and wife to John C. Barrows for $LOO .. sajf t j"I|| suffered heartburn and!! which went ashore during the storm .
t1; ;; VT KJ, FLORIDA.g Union men to work with "unfair" 11 : -
and other considerations 8 1-2 acres stomach}, ['trouble for some time. My' of last fall.Detail 1 I Among the distinguished passengers

E. RICHMOND tifc f in section C, township 48, south range' sister-inl 't.. had tie same trouble and'I!1 men. alii were bricklayers+ masons and plas.terera of the wreck learned from who arrived In New York Thursday
: "* eat called off the job. and a
( 43 east. was nol > to for six weeks. She the master are about follows 'The'!
: : on the White Star liner Majestic, was {
the Painters
commtttte sent to
'REAL.ESTATE. lived eatll''iiy on ;warm water. AftertaWngjiwtfibotUe's was
Warranty deed, Charlotte Tiffany to f of Kodol Dyspepjla 1 Union 9 theirs was the first Union Massa e Gnecco was four days' oat,I C. A. Mills, raking commissioner to

1 ,IkatNT PcmiiNc KOTAET CHANT rOBLIQ LAND COMPANY R. J. ChllUngworth for $1.00 and other Curl"he was entirely cured. She; to have L meeting, which at once called from vto'lent Pep cola. and met during I i that. the King of England and foreign racing }

'b STATE AT LAiOE)I considerations, lob I, 2, and 3, of block now eats; tieirtily knd is In good health'!! I off a 1: Painters Union men on the time easterly wind. that set!' agent for Pierre Lorillard and '

L'OTLF FLORIDA. I, Tiffany. and, I eoi&lad to,say that Kodol gave'; her In-shore water all efforts to work her morning to Frederick Gardiner. Mr.Mills Is comIng -

'I Commission State of Florida to Ceo. me Instant! ;relief]" Sold by Biscayne"' Job.By a ulsunderstanding between\ the deep falling, and Sunday a.hore.1 to Florida to watch the automobileraces
,.: QXO. A. WORLET, G. Currie as notary public State at' Drug If painters, and, Messrs. Pierce ft: Hardee 4 o'clock she went on the Ormond-Daytona beack. ..

f;;' ATTORNEY AT I I'F' LAW. large for four years I from January L1,1' Iffl;_ ; (Boss P inters) It appeard to the men fetching I up bard on the sandbar about I Cementing upon his arrival the New;
(three hundred yards from the land. York Americas :
1905. says
General practice In State and''Federal Court I WITN 38E3 WERE TRAITORS. that they had been "locked out" durIng -
will receive at..y' The fed was running heavy ai the i Mills' arrival
An nmtnen entrusted pranpt' Commissioners and receiver's deed, 'I Tu daY afternoon January 10. I "Mr. portend things
He Brownt A'e.D I IOSes and ask St.MIAUL I "I' time, aDd Immediately her decks were of Interest to the'turf, probably as it
Eui din& John B. Rellly. commissioner, and ILL| Salt City Jan. 17.-A special: This re tilted in a "calling off" of all a
\.} FLORIDA. awash,/jjhe great volumes of water
;! E. Tuttle receiver to Jonas Dull, for from Eureka says that Bishop Danlj painters, bricklayers. masons and plas was hinted some time ago by cable
block 1 that bake over carrying everything, that he intended to make visit to
TAMES T.8AKDXB8 $125.00 lot 12. 46. Miami. Conell4''!t address before the Meej 1' all contracts held by Pierce
deed ;1itan, I, iTard4.Fortupately before j jt. America for the of gathering
[AND Warranty Mary Brickell and monQnag Peop e'1 SocIety there d & purpose
husband to Ellen W. Ellis for $25.00the nouncedt]fI... traJtora those witnessedIn for all parties concerned A fen'j hours afterwards the mainmast In some of.the choice American racehorses
COUNSELOR AT[ LAW. r:; '1 went by the board, and shortly for cross breeding in the English -
riparian rights in front of lot 7, of the It moot Inrentlgatlon who haY at a!joint open meeting (all meet- J I I
,CmiBereUl and Baal tutste'w.. Arent foe sub dlriston of [ after that the ship hogged, her!back studs. Mr. Mills was loath to teU +
M of ) ,
: J'I4e U..4 Deposit C..klttalI4. j jse section 34] 'teTealMpe; Endpwment House oath Ings have; been joint open meetings '

Omen IB WATBOV BIA) L 't Lock Box a' township S3 sooth, range 41 east j and d''#:iared he had known men to bid, during the Pierce & Hardee trouble) being completely the broken. In this I condition of his plans. '

)IrA VI. Fk.OBIDA. Warranty deed, Robt. A. S. Peacock; shot to'dlath for'revealing secrets and' held Monday night January 16. 1905 bark now rests on the sandbar

; 'MITCHELL J. RICE, and wife to Joseph Day for $3,000cer breaking oaths. an amt able settlement, to all parties each end being movable bu held The TallahasMtan. d
Intact by the lumber In the hold.
w '-J I taut and various tracks of lan i In secj! t.- concerned, 1181 reached between the A 150.000 deal has just been consummated -

-Attorney at Law aad Solicitor Uons 21 and 22 of township 54 south} I If I Speedy Relief.A ,, Palates j!and Masons' Union and Place Mnsante and all of his crew of in Tallahassee whereby Hon.
fifteen I] to reach the
11 men managed
in Cbanccr .range 41-east. j I. a HardpL Geo. L. Davis L B. Hllson and Robert
heals i shore where the most of the men are
I saf4( ;that a scar I IDeWlt4' I li Signed Gamble purchase the plants of the
i MIAMI. FLA How's I '. I
if Hoe: Ueteb.N olds. | now encamped watching the vessel,
j 'I Witch Hazel Salve. No ren A. D. Hill, Plasterer. Tallahasseean and the Dally Capitol ,

!! ; We offer Oni Hundred Dolars Reward edy efffcts, such Speedy relief. It draw} Adam Myrtle Mason. which must, soon go to pieces. j newspapers. The former will be discontinued P
S E E'D l SFrom I
ft I The Massa Gnecco staunch
e was A
for any case of catarrh that cannot put soothes, cools anheal. Chas. ,,"'. White, and the latter continued, asa
i be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. and bruises. J Deputy of B.iM.1. U. and able vessel. She was owned In daily and weekly paper.

., ,Grower to Consumer F. J. Cheney & Cot J: sure'' Inltnatlon.| | and skin disease)!. Join! Committee, from Unions concerned Genoa, !and Insured there. A 'cousin With'the death, so to speak of theTallabasseen.

1 l MV We, the undersigned have known Fr 'De ( || j only genuine Wltcu of the :caner was aboard at th" lime of there passes away one
SPECIAL J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and behlieve Hazel; alve. Beware of conaterfeltj',I I the wreck, and Is now in this city: with of the oldest most substantial and re-
OWN Itheyl .eciarger the captain and others of the crew
him perfectly honorable in aa us. Sold by BUcayn'fgageiri VOTE TOMORROW. ;
liable of Florida Established
T NO OLD SEED.j ; business transactions and financial ;Drug I '1 ; c j Washington WILL', Jan. 17.-The House today awaiting the arrival of British! Vice- In 11181, the Tallanasseean papers has, for ?dthese

d Twntietk fruity Tomato f cud -IUO per Ib able to carry out any obligations mad Consu jsudlow, from Jacksonville, who
,. FrOM f Indications II agreed to vote on the articles In many years, been one of the leadIng -
Was aad Cnm Brace and Pr4.L* p'r bAddnu I
by his firm. | i iWaldln ; the year acting for the owners and underwriter -
r.: JOSEPH E.IPFEIFEH.SBSD; the Swayne impeachment at 3:30 factors politically and socially, lathe
.. Klnnan & MarvIn !: 1905 affair f rival, if not beat lad age its, will come down and survey
Gaowsa, tq1
clock afternoon. ,
'dStc" I !II' tomorrow State, and for its reliability was
ORLA\: SO, FLORIDA. Wholesale:;Druggists. Toledo, 0. ; lear lai e i matter of the wreck for disposition. He will
confagrations.l I regarded as an authority upon all
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Intel In, : 0I probat ly arrive tonight.
n r Dover, Del., Jan. 17.-Governor Pres- State house Issues and politics and
The New River j Drug Co., nally. acting directly upon the blood I Gen irw' uroi tklD. reporting an: The taptaln and crew of the Gneccoare '
I rh tieRutap ton Lee,, took the oath of office today.In Its demise will tw more-keenly felt
U.I'. WILDER, : and mucous surfaces of the systeni! I to the Emperor, says aa follows: Pedro Musanto. master
Proprietor. I his address Governor Lee
it: inaugural than could that of any other paper laFloriila.
Drug Medicines. Toilet Articles Testimonials sent free. Price 75 centp : [ InSlcUd loss on the Japai ; Irago Francisco, mate; Gullfo ,
I I declarevent 4 that the provisions of the .
per bottle. Sold by all dmggrisu. II ese a e quarters, and then retire sufficient/ Eman el. boatswain; and seamen Bo-
Perfumery Etc. Etc. I State constitution are to prelate For years past the Tallahasseean
Take Hall's family Pills for conks r i This Russian way of rcportln cello 1 Iguino, Ottavearie Antonio, Cos--
$ political corruption and was owned fond edited by that venerable
'f! FORT LAUDERDJ LE. FLA. pation. dE-fea to En nuel, Balestlno Lopez, DapueteGeova
1 :
J Ib 1
I I'I'I ( proect the purity of the baUo, and he i' I gentleman John C. Trice, and
I j' lie, Cecillani Carlos Tagiiafero,
AN IMPORTANT DEAL. urged i ts strict enforcement though In the decline that means rip- .
i' lOT1C i and Colds. Battls Arienta 'CiraldiLuigt
.. ,Coughs i I Domlnlco
6: he remained in harness
tnol ,
i To Whom It May Concern : 1- Allcomp i If olds and pulmona Christiana, Norway Jan." 17.-Amass ;nd three men, names unknown.
C Don't answer tbe advertisement of Mr. H. M. Fligler Buys Property, at tiibat[ i' until a few months ago when almoetcomplete
.. C. E. Davis, in this paper regarding Orangi City. 1 fire curable are qUI at, rock suddenly! precipitated Into who tre shipped in Pensacola k><<9 of eyesight and otherphysical ,
*-landi for citrus fruity or vegetable Ii Iy cur by One Minute Cough Cur' Loe Lake last Sunday. causedan There Another Wreck
... rand disabilities forced his retire-
5":II rowing uolesa you Want tbe best :I Clear4i; t t! pble1il ,m, draws ous Inflama 1m tense wave twenty feet high Is ibcre another wreck ofl/ the ;
land road near Mr. W. C. Cannons has closed an important marl heal and soothes the ni'-nt. Since then the.paper has been
;y., Miami neaarrscbool houu ant tbicklj I ,if ajf- which swept the neighboring shores. beach ',That is the question u"1f1er dis .
: Mr.
John IL
real estate deal with Mr. Hen fecte. ks. i:rengthens the lungfe.pneumonia. and published by
'settled neighborhood, t prices that ; Fiftj person were drowned besides cusshere i and *vhlch is both pelev!
ry' M. Flaglerj The land Is hltnatej i Harmless at d i Thompson and while kept vy to a
If >89 nrd.t
defyoompetltion. ) of horses and cattle
1 1 numb s I'e'ptaway ed an a iscredlted.
this side of 0 range City on which i. pleased lo tale. Sold by Biscay! eDrug blub standard of journalistic perfec-
., I i ind property greatly damaged. Yes erday correjpond'-nt sent '
;f f known as the Cannons Shell Pit. NJb Ii j your eion the old lustre and fire imparted 4

\v. c. MAY'NARD\ particulars are given out as to Mr.' [Eg I .. 'I I ,I :. the Metropolis a report of the wrecking ii> it by Mr. Trice was lacking and '
I % HOW kuRQPATKIN DOES ITSLIP | a Spanish bark nameO
Flagler's intentions, but the Orange with this! it* death: there passes out
( Tok January 17.-A Japanese,de- Victoria, bound from Taiupico to Fer'
{( Jan. 17.-CenerOl: factors in Florida ,
City people should try to get him jo rsbuf of service two jon
build a fine hotel there here the film Kuropai kin reported yesterday to 0 e slroye captured Monday In the Futjraits. nandi' This Information Las re- naltsm that will forever live in history
EmI. ( last Saturdayof aims the Dutch steamer Wilhelmiijd ceh'e4'from'| a Spaniard now hire; and X
ipt I
est medicinal prater in the world can i ro anjattempt! and memory.
which was carrying Cardiff who i aimed to have teen a member \
detachment of Japane te
Iz I be had. As soon as the great virtu!:I II' a Ir. ong ---
_, JEWELER AND t[OPTICIAN. of this water'ps known! thousands
I' to Sas bo. speak I broken English 1 Perfect; fitting-,"eay wearing glaaaes Northern people will flock there simply off tbumn c C General Mitzchenkj 3.Th very lecture platform, ,

are a great; comfort. With our extensive to use it rVolusia County R'ecorjl." <"fl! apaneai 4' cavalry i, what I could be learned from ,'him It ilm he :will deliver many on temper-

t. apparatus and large experience' i f of tli' !'let! outflanked 4 the Russiang Jeff f son City Mo., Jan. 17.-The i. appea rs that his ship was wrni ked on ance just yet.According .

t sonab there its. no We guess repair work.Watches Price, Clocks rear, Has Stoodj the 25 Years. I A batti'j.Sfl:'":issue J.. the Russians II majorJAlf iy! report of'the committee on [ the cAast{ south of here; that tie: captain ----.---

.,Jewerly and Spectacle:: A portion of 1- losses h.:On. the Japanese at short ran d, the Neldringhams Investigation, was and ten men were drowne In the to one of the secretariesof

cur trade asked for. Located on Avpue The old. original GROVE'S TastelessChill and +. II''reti4g, The Russians l
D between inh and Utb Su.i Tonic. Ton know what you are five r. tt\ ahd' forty men killed and, Neldri ighams" and says his explanation I and four I others managed to r.cb the lion. for libraries but not one cent for

W.'0. MAYNARD, taking. It Is I Iron and quinine In 1 la fJ'l' "
/ wound lkib II III Is sat factory. shore}! The other men he safVs. are Mrs. Cahd'\ Ick.
Ft .Jtwekraaj Graduate Optician tasteless form!; No cure, no pay. 50c.

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i r'I t IN THEIR OPENING BILL AT THE LOL ,(PROMOTERS POST INFCRMAION ftrI .SLr> ,ja + i v t k+ 'rd.'ef { # .

To Nassau and Cuba for ThisSeason
of t the Year ON THE ROAD. :i i I CA NIVAL PLANNED. I

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f ALL SHIPS OF P. i 0. S. S. LINE One of the best, if not the very bst : Ig,'. ifcw( of ,the probability of pul ing ,-,:1 .". ,,, ) ,
off t i :motorboat races here on 'the I "
ARE GOING OUT, WITH EVERY theatrical performances; ever given,:In t i afte n : ;S : ; ,
in [ S ,
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I : of February 4, tho toJrmaUpn pw- ; I" \
this part of the State and we might ,'. :
N, / relative to the S
gay in the ; was that presented at i* ras .
i i itcst pojBted Wednesday at it h.
ON COTS. 'I auditorium Tuesday night by the Piclt-' .
I Ro) Palm dock: I I
ort Theatrical Company, the bill being '
R that appealing melodrama, "A : e o'bb II afternoon of February itII
I wurl I III II >qsed t0 have two power 1 oat I
I Peril. j
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F Owing to tale I lateness in tho arrival, ,,. rac JOn! Bipcayue Bay. 7x-1 L 5i! ) Y ir' k
' Never before In th history of Ml i '
> ; '
ii for all, scrub, ten
4 of the steamer from Key: West, the m cS'i
and has the tourist t avel to Havana wit tUme
allowance flying irt
starting of the performance was a little I !: I st I
S Nassau and other foielgn ports been
A biata_ to '
otherwise are requested: enter -
later than! It would have been
?i as heavy at this see on of the Tear, !I. race Jin! order to qualify 'or. a. _;..._. J
but when the curtain went r pit I
1 I as It Is now, 'and ev< since the veteels the nd, or handicap race. This
to gne the people of Miami
of the P. & O. S. Line began was j i -
': ,, race be run under the rules of beAm
1 their first performance by a professional
: their wintersailings they have been : I i Power Boat Association
troupe. The house } 4oyt.
i; crowded carrying Ah per cent more theatrical I'' I ovesum course as the free orall. .I
crowded to standing and
room i:
passengers than they did on ilmfar L I ; ''-
throughout the rendition of the per-
ailing last year. formance there was nothing but laughter H, //tIDe bud valuable first < nd f '
r One of the popular rips this season irizea I will be given in each
and applause intermingled during
:a Is that via the East Ciast and P. 0. everP4
the third and! last act with tears for I

I ski 8.: 8.the Line Ward to Nassau Line to i|Santiago ad from theses Cuba. the outcast from 1 wife devoted and children husband who and' ,. eveq r 1 j h boats order:must to qualify enter one for of the these fete I U Business JocksU VI

separated a
and then across the by rail to ; 1' be later
': of and i rnlval races to given
UI.tJIut' father by the scheming a TiUalnojas t
rla ,
and return ,
Havana season
}, pair were finally taken back to that Inttj' when the boats will be
! or West rout tel cliv :into number of classes and
The Cuban travel Havana Is love and home. from which they ill : ail, ,
.evidenceof been driven. i 'I'; prlz yen in each flaaL I I I
j also unprecedented i
i The cast the rendition of the play1, : blanks may be obtained ft am ,
the steamer MarUnlOBe
this fact.
Su )(. R. Kellum lheogram
other ,tender at
every feature
and connected
ritlf all of her .
went out, Thursday I I Ro m dock. li"SI
with the performance, were A a veryhigh I
fret and second class
the A the races will be Is-
order and It is due Plckertf
taken and ten persons sleeping
I' hater.kind } .
r suet
that f the balance of their
:, OB cots la thel&100a.I' This has been say 'I be niiUced the infor
repertoire is is weU rendered u that lij( that uafers -
a.very seldom oecurn nee la the past> j i Uon 'fete carnival srs' r1.=
of "A WlfeV Peril they: wIU halo .to and races ;t'w yar
It this early lathe
and do s
! coming as eld
be of the best popular 1 I t w later In the seasoa. This
r- season, the officer i of the line arcfearful I proven to one I '
-, that the faculties will be Inadequate I price troupes that ever came South : I the promoters of local ra- '

Porticularl] bright attractive ,and ter tt are preparing to Uupllc tee .! 1' ie'i
Y y.
later when the travel Is atprobability : y
' on h I tho I d a ore elaborate scale, the [ a i1Ar t 1,.
rrt thorough In :r part and probably unexcelled y ,
with the that < t
its height
it which held last t;: y-: yi"Y Y.a k ryr'f
Blanche was sea on
another vessel,will hi ,ve to be added for h T ago, was little I and? I S ''J"S, [ i ti / w a:
consisted of an lllumlnnpf ed
who, Elsie Vincent
Pickert as ,
'y temporarily the fle ird both from
The *travel north 'olhJd
hearts This rafts o i the bay: proceeded by x
Nassau and Havana ks also unprecedented of eve -y person present A 'wy r : e 'Sf
reel of th different classy nd + :
< i t
ship child actress takes a leading 4+ Kyt
and every brings overmore Picker :
than the usual number of pas- all of the pIa; s given by the i, >fjboatsAito during the aftenooT .
r and besides b Ing eccption.ily aliI 1 oi the event has not et
In Thursday an ;
/engere'the Miami coining -
vauJ hee4 it will probably! t ke
is of the cleverest
from the form r "plaea with actress one \ -
i : i ville perform re DOW before the pub < pine Ied'it between the 15th nd ,
twenty-five or more p ueugera
r and In her fir it appearance last nlglil, last, Commodore Roc me I
i and 4- enth asiastic h
< yachtsmen
Tourist travel to C ba this year Is depicted in sc ng and dance the dim i.; f ve

the, heaviest In the hI&torof ,the of Booker T. and Teddy carried hi-; I the rj i gem'nts in hand, which into- ,

young ,republic. The Atlantic CoastLine self to that t igh pinacle of apprec t 6I1r tclr success.: '

,iI allot lu care as a passenger Uon that ass rca for her pleasing : 8- I ....
LCCAL PAPERS. .. -- I .c:
carrier, has never,bef< re bad so many memberances from the Miami theatn- i

l': passengers for Hava In one season. ; going public I II .I IHI
Day before-'eaterdD.1 more than 200 ,It is unnece ;sary to dwell upon eaf:'i T lost' g papers were filed or I

were carried to Tampa, where they I I and every rha meter, it being tniXcien. reco i i the lerk's office\oday: I 9

& ship for the Isle of :I Ql I Urn d sed, James G. Trulttfonnoi Twelft t
y .take the P. : 0. to pronounce hem ae good collectively I Along) Street.
beauty and verdure ajid Joday on one 'i 'and indiu< ually. as the most fastidious H. I' ( trustee fur $3:;.00JDsideiations nd f fotbe : Ictt
train,over:: '190 ,peopU were destined could i errand though It la no, (! 17 1.2 acres ofj I :

for that land of snnshl. le and pleasure. 'out, of place, i a say: that Miss Lilli, laud pectioi 3 township:! so th. i inn ,, I'I.

This travel will on It i return. Denettt Pickert. as L, > >vine Ann Murphy, anii : 'east The above i H list rati ins will give J ou n good idea of the .
have w afaty dted Annie K. to
JacksonyWe'greatly, as all stopover Hog 11
e Dodson !
Clint is Michael Casey: a pair
tickets. Jacksonville Metropolis. com die ElIIJ jmmonu and wife for ICOOO character of the residences and: stores alongMiami .
of Irish edi''ins. far ezcell i I
t lots I 6, section 5, township s busiest
majority of'those making similar < j: 'Ifd thoroughfare{

t fi j. Contractor Fred Julter. who Is digging forts, and shi' red liberally in the till! I j south i !Y1ge 4 east is 'f

f ? the ucanuouslfor j the laying: II predation applause of ths,event1! < ,!JModel.Land Co. to 8. W. K -j +

,1 at the pipes of the new water works Ing. ants : zer MI 50.00 f five acres in section 9'
iii i townsjhi 1l 45, s4uth. range 43 east\
system on the various streets of the i I II
city stated this morning that he cannot Notwithstanding that the protected I! 'W-j Wy deed, S. W. Krotzer toIL H.

!**. get enough negro] labor, and according or covered lettuce, crop has not yet begun W ctbson' [tor 180.00 five acres of iVRSIDEIs

p to' Us version of the case to be harvested, the unprotected I land section 9, township 45 south,

they had-rather lay up";Idle supported crop which his been unusually early rangj3 3'east'Wafanty. t l I

; by their wives and others, or gamble this season, has been moving regularly I,. fl deed Jas. D. Ennis and

la preference to working. Mr. Ratter and from the! lettuce section, especially wife 1 James JM. Ennls for $75.00 flve, .J'he

pays good wages, bntj; this seems noT along the line of the Gainesville acres]fa'section' 3, township 18 south only four blocks I business center and' Is destined to become the ,f rA

'incentive' to make them work.' Last and Gulf the movement has been good. ; raw)I'' ; i *deed t I CWsffaaty fashionable residence district of MIAMI.' '

Bight ha wired to Wit'm Beach i Aa official of ihe Gainesville and Oulf,! J. N. Lummus and ,, Last year there were thirty thousand people registered at one hotel

for help, and expects to secure enough I Tuesday stated that so far this season wife!1$ Maurice Shanahaa for $!; In this. city, and two-thic ds as many more at the other popular resorts In

laborers there to push Us work which : about twenty can of lettuce had ,I and60ier| ;; consideration I lot 2. hI c k this city, making 50,000 visitors, In all. This year It Is believed that nearly .

Is now retarded. ahead to early com been shipped, from' the farms traversedby 142 II: !cept that portion deeded by twice that many will come here for the winter. t b4.

5 pletion. 'J| his roadj. I and that ,Indication* I Lumm!s'to S.|L. Patterson Novem I ter Many of these visitors' purchase a building site and erect a winter

*. -_ 'I pointed to a till further increase....; I. i: ,. .
I i I 22. I home, this naturally I Increases the value of property.)' J'e'Now
1 Among the prize donations recently .l.i
Gainesville Sun.
t I W.14i anty: deed John T. Peacock and then do you want a good Investment.
: received by Mr. E. Vj Blackman. see. .
1 Sarah!K. Beaumont; for IIRoo If so, read this: I .

retary and general manager of the Those. tngntes who. unmindful of I I pare: le 1.4 j section 15, sod a pkrtof We have been advertising ouf RIVERSIDE property for a short.time. \
z Dade County Fair Association, are the I 1\\
ther own pleasure an6 comfort, avid 10 one, section, 22. township 4 and you are probably familiar with the promises, we made. Today, if you i

following: Times-Union fifty copies more so that of others who persist .in aontttl ange'. 41 east will walk down to our property you will... that. we have carried out our
of Semi-Weekly Tlmes.UnlonFlorida '
Agriculturist twenty-live copies of disorders by rbooping and yelling, J.lrttr:1: : deed, R. IL Seymour to promises. You will see ii force of laborers engaged st the lower end of '

getting up an< going out and In other Basks Bay Biscayne for 500.00 enaereid this street which Is fast becoming the Broadway of MIAMI.
Southern Com-
that paper: Express '
ways making themselves objection a section 32, township 84 soi Sth, I 4
15.00 first for best :
110,. f as prize I' '
able to the majority of theater-goers
"i tomatoes1 for ranp .SS.5.uy -
crate of 110.00 second tei'r I !
best crate; alsaj$15.00 for best should, if thej possess any degree ;'of I lI R. B.. Seymour toBani'

p x crate of celery and $10.00 for second ,| self-respect, be more considerate phi i I Bay Biscayne for 400.00 1 ots now and get on the ground floor. $300 r

'fit; best Mr. Blackman has also received '| their conduct.) and If not they should.i 70. McDonald's plat Cocoanut "

'a number of prizes from the various i be made to do so by' the showhouse 1;r II I ind $450. 1-third cash bal. in 1 2, 3 yearsTatum

y fertilizer companies, the prespects for people. It Is as much misdemeanorto Warranty C\ced.! Mabel K. Pierce i And
liberal and substantial. prizes la the be disorderly in a public place as hue a4 to Satah J. Cooper for $1 rOO LL-.- '

,fertiliser line being fat better this sea It Is on the streets, and unless abated I out 4 lock 1 Pierces division L m-

son than previous [ ears. Applications the attendance at the well rendered C .,

for space are also being received and deserving I plays II likely to 'be "nl;s F. C. Ry. Co. to Gea I S. H &
:J .
r j Company I II i.
Y. dally and-the outlook!Is most gratifying affected ul majority of-people I Sail I f UOO ,,0 lot 8, block 23, Clow's : :

, for larger and better; exhbits of attend a 100 to be Interested and I add I.. lto 1V,st Palm Beach. I II

vegetables and fruit [than have ever ent.;.; ned b It and Dot annoyed: b1 I (! Boston and florida Atlai.Co. tic

been displayed at the; f&lf before. others who pparentl go there for Cnap And to J. F. Saxon tc.

a dllferen p rpose. : for Il t oo tea acres In section 51..1 I .5 j.
The first of I5o erV> of dory races : r
I I 47 south, range 43 east -- 1C
of the season for a 2y;andsouic cup to lIr. J. M. E I laon. a prominent! WeS t}' towl'alp I i CapL H. U. Willoughby. U. S. A., rge C. Floyd assistant (general Mr. A. \.auucv., Iorristown.N. ,

be donated by the ma lagement of the ern ra11ro&dCCIaI. wl.b his daugh- ar weekly practice dril of who v Ith a party of friends/ has been fr ij t agent of the F. E. C. p,)'.. with J, owner of the comfortable 'and

Royal Palm Hotel wll bo sailed over ter. Urs. J, iN. Sewall of Colorado I! the1 I tlr department held T esdnYU cruisl g the last three weeks or more uarters In St Augustine, was commodious houseboat Ruffhonae, are r

? regular course tomorrow afternoon. Springs Is pelt ,at the Biscayne. : 'fl p active of good on hi; houseboat Manatee among the among the prominent arrlvalA In Miami rived Saturday accompanied by Mrs.

After this a race will take place each for a length ta,. ; A 'gum r of members keys: < f the lower coast passed up the I .lTuKday Today Ilr. !hody IsmaklDC Whitney: and will spend the winter

subsequent Saturday! afternoon the I i and ; :]sour o'r more Indulged! rel1S': bay 1 riday In his crafts en route a trip over the extenslonof the In these sad adjacent waters aboard '

same rule a* before governing the contest A party ot} prominent Richmond. : lag i 4 seal f ug the roof of by: th ) canal to Palm Beach where. road south for the purpose of :viewing his craft For the present Mr. Whig.

and prescribing In' part that one Va, folks none sojourning at the Royal; bull j r(on Twelfth street raising lad- the p rty will attend the motorboat ; agricpltursl punulll and development ney will remain in bay maters, but .

t boat must win three paces under the Palm and who will probably: remain I der throwing water. The den races scheduled to take place on Lake ,I j In this Dew section with a view later, a party of friends win her down"

same captain tobe, entitled to the cup. for the seaso i as they did last year, en :Jnto tbelr work with a defernmJ wort during the fret WHit of Febru of d crmining the transportation fa.clUU when a cruise will be extended to the .

K These races are very popular and'' are, Mr. and JMrs. J. M..'Wescott W. A to become u et1c1ent! a. It ary. rhe party have had a delightful s it will be necessary for I the keys and probably the West .

promises to be than ever this Howell and Miss it'Ta..t I south and much luck: la anglingfor road provide la moving spring Captain Albert
more so Ttylolor. E. III p0 1I e fo men to hem, u all m ea cruise 0 the Klenkle has been ear

',i ..... Ltd!U er tihUnc tire. th i finny tribe. crop f getablea. gaged to pilot the Ruffhonse.THE .

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