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: February 3, 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
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oclc - 31626392
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System ID: UF00076100:00086
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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CO;>TTEND. MEETING AT THE Metropolis Bureau, Key West Fin. Mr. W.' W. Tonrpklna, representing \V. Hays contracting agent of the The Flagler\ party uhlch left here i' WORKMEN i:KILL VANDALS YN

ROLAY PALM NEXT SUNDAY j Feb: L-The- following passengers arrived the DeForest Wireless Telegraph System Rlddell Carnival Co., is in the city Tuesday morning on the steamer Blsravni WARSAW-SOCIALISTIC '. DISTURBANCES r

[ SOME OF THOSE WHO WILL BE on the Martinique Monday: 'A. was in Jacksonville Tuesday negotiating making! arrangements.for the appear I EXPECTED -TO-'
) ostensibly for tour of'n.pec. !
f PRESENT THE SESSION G. Mayer J. Filer. C. D. Baldwin, J. for the erection there of a ance here for one ..week beginning a NIGHT. II

C. Hammond, J. McCntchln, C. L. wireless station.. February 11 and continuing to the tion of the survey work of the proposed 5rat

Flood J. H. Flood, C. L. Lovett, A. Of his visit and the Intentions of the 18th of the shows and attractions of cxttnsloa of the F. E. C. Ry. to Key -.

t. Adams, J. 1Avrl1rL R. Sawyer, J. K. company relative to establishing other the company which embrace such features West, is-now: In that city and held a -i iWarsaw

Graves, H. Benest J. V. Singer. stations in the State, Miami being In- a* Lunette the Flying Lady,
prominent long with
ffKixt meeting
Sunday. February 6. prominent citizensof
On the Olivette 3Ionda1'were. J. P. cluded as one of the places, the Times- Statue:Turning to Life the Great 2.-The factory district ,
linen of Southeast Passen- that town as Is shown by the following -
Corbett, C. H. Lang. J. N Willis B. Union says: :. Train jobbery, Poses Plastic, A DayIn Is strongly guarded by.troops and

d-a Association; will assemble Coichard, Phil t.amn'and wife, C; R. From hero Mr. Tompkins will go to the Alps "(electric show). Ruby and telegram received from there I Warsaw continues, a slate 'of selge. ,

gaailon at the Royal.Palm Hotel.officials' Hard wick and wife Hornlck, John Miami, where he win arrange for another Mandy at Coney Island (moving pictures this morning: I Socialistic. disturbancesTare'.expected'

represent the ;'lines Wardlaw.. Mrs. Joaquin Leon. Alex station In the Interest of, the ). Holy City. Bold Bank Robbery K81' West, Feb. 2.-The Fla&Ieipar.-! tonight.

Leon.,Hazel.Leon, Mrs.,FalVer, John Peninsular & Occidental SteamshipLine Class Blowers \Ferris Wheel 1
of the Ohio river and eat-.of ty held a long meeting with prominent j All oodles of those killed In
Fielding? O C. Brown, A. B. Sandstrom and the East Coast hotels, to etc. riots,
ilflaaUsippl ri er, the following befcartlal citizens lasting two bo n. The object
C. H Gilmer. give them connection with Nassau. Already Mr. Hays: has secured the license hare been removed from the Domes to "

;s list of those who.wffl'beRinerslon. The steamship Alamo, of the Mallory 'the stations at Pensacoia Key necessary to bring the carnival .attractions and result of the meeting are not: the pollee,stations, 'the ;relatives,not :M

t: Line'bound from New" York' to West and Nassau are complete- as here, thebole, or event to obtainable. They left this morning i being permitted to bury them.:; The

,W.LC O"P.' ,'A, Q. ft.C, Galveston, put into Key West with a well as a atatlon'at Hattera When make what is 'commonly: known as a to continue! their,Inspection. corpses of fifty men: 'and two 'women'.

btndULatl' ,.Ohio.'Ceo load of coal for the Mallory SteamshipCo. the ,Jacksonville station Is completeIt street fair, or "On the Pike. There 'were .taken from' one'district. alone'to says
: The Alamo la one of:the vessels will give Jacksonville a conection will be several free attractions, while the various' cemeteries where they
i.8 ; that .ply directly from New YOI'lt'toGalveston for.commercial work with New, York : others kill charge a small admission. were held for Identification ud then "i
;&, Orleans, LsW.a'
.. and the cities between here and there. These Attractions hare been touringthe buried twenty-one .still remaining ua- ;
'Crate; G. P.A A. C. L; WliN. )- '
r Mn: Stephen Lowe is enlarging and The system is perfect and the Indications State and' are performing this Atlanta Feb. .2.-An Incase 'cold Identified. .
: beautifying his two story collage on are that It Trill become the popular ; week In Key West, from'which place wave baa developed In the northwestand During. the riots'of Sunday. and Monday a
P. A, A. LB. ,
White street When the"repairs are method of transmitting telegrams. they come here. Is extending rapidly southward.the nights residences of vorklngm n.

r Wajcroa; Ca.P complete, Mr. and, Mrs. Lowe',win! I But the arrangements which are being The attractions are far above the following low temperatnros being unprotected:by< the>ponce', were de- 0
,McCarty. G. P. A R ft O. & *
make this their home.v made at this time are not to much avenge; It Is said, and'are'cleu and reported this morning: -" ..,strayed and pillaged by.; Hooligans

; CinclnaU, O. ..The"city was astounded- Saturdaywhen In the Interest of commercial sort as Inviting In every respect, the promoters Hare Mont 41 below; Miles City; Yesterday large bodies of workingmen

:;U.,;Wells, G. P. A.-Blue Ridge the 'news .spread that Milton they"are In the Interest. ot.enablingthe are endeavoring and intending to'' 40 below; Bismarck 38 below:. Omaha. went to the suburbs where crtmlaals
way Greenville S. C., .
: Albury had committed :.suicide.- On company to fulfill Us contracts make their Tlsit a sort of carnival 24 below; St Paul 24 below; Chicago abound.and made a/vigorous/: search ,1
J. CL Hafle;G. P. A, Central peon
the day of the;tragedy Mr: .Albury with the various steamship lines which which 'Merriment and pleasure will 14 below; St Louis 10 lelow.. of the house*,'and wherever:'stolen

'a'Railway' Savannah; Ga.F. ., showed his relatives a'bottle of carbolic operate.on the Atlantic coast. :It baa hold forth.. ''The colors will be purple At Key West the thermometer t property,. was. found they promptly:
..Robinson, a P. A, Central ot
: acid whose contents he told them contracts'with nearly all these lines, and whIte and all merchants: and other showed at 70 above and Indicated an killed the person la whose possessionIt

7 JUllway Savannah. Ga. he. ,intended to swallow.. '; ,They/:paid, and already the station In New York areftarlted to decorate: their extreme range of lit below in the i I was found.
a;.Hut m;G. P. Al. Frisco System '
no attention to him as be was seemingly Is'receiving 'and, transmitting message establishments, residences ,eta. that .United. States. Thebes, weather bureau The workmen;are so' enraged that "

J Louis, Mo.- M .as cheerful as ever although be to the Mallory Line'ships off the attraction and interest may be'lent to predicts a temperature for ,At.Tanta .): the Hooligan element has brought discredit :
A;q. Jackson. G. P. A. Georgia RaCy'Augusta :
had been suffering with a cold for several Florida coast.There : the occ alon. of.10 above, or less. tonight: on the strike movement
Ga.I.Rhodes weeks!. About- seven:"o'clock,he are a 'great many"detail* to _. __ ____ -f -
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complained of feeling 111 and sad be arrange here before the system Is Installed -

Caa a would retire. He had hardly reached but*Mr. Tompkins anticipates
; 8 kD.f Boylstou, G. P. A, G. ft S. LCulfport '
; upstairs when the'members'of, the no trouble whatever. In establishingthe

Miss. family: who .were below :'heard .him station at Phoenix'Park''It win necessitate
jJCHanaon, G.. P. A, L C, R. R, Fine Footwear to fit foot
Ira. choking..' Mr. George Albnry.'brotherof ; a substation. In.Jacksonville. any

: the deceased, went to his assistance This;.however, I will be arranged for ,
c k A., Scott, A. G..P. A, L C, MemTenn. '
and found'him In"reat agony' Dr. while Mr. Tompkins Is in this city, ,
,, ;- Light wai Immediately summoned,but The 'company has been maintaining -. ., .
,'.N. Cornatiar, A. G., P, jL, Frisco f
the victim was too far gone to iean.er.The'j a station at St. Louie, and lias proven

_I em.Memphis. Tenn.CTIi Interment;took place Sunday a*great success, handling'a: great deal
Stone G. P. A.I ft N, Louts "
from,the residence of the deceased's of business with 'the' adjacent cities, AT SEWELL'S SHOE STORE '

_ wAA I ell.A, G.P.iA L.ftN, parents.' AU his relatives'and a large and at times! operating when.the other

number'' of friends followed- -- the remains companlesNvere! suspended on accountof

Ky. to the brave "storms. Storms do not Interfere
_ ZOHorienbeck.D.P.; A, L ft NaC ,... -II
Capt. Davis brought in the dredge with this system of wireless:.telegra
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Sunday from Jacksonville where It has phy. As a mater of fact the; harderIt
k.IBerring.F. P. A, t. ft N. R-'R. s ,
been deepening .the St Johns'river.Theniredge rains the more efficient Is the aer11'Ice -
name Fla. '
which)s known as a sand : This Is 'one great. advantage to 1905'Spriog
J A ,Strayer. G; P. A, M: IX t S, At&
,'Ci sucker; built for thli port: and.win be the system ,
stationed here to keep the northwest .It.Ie-the opinion of'Mr. Tompkins B
John M. Ben G. P. A, M. ft. O, St.laZMa .
channel at::the',required 'depth. Mr. : that the establishment of a station In Goods now on' Exhibition.

Braxton.. engireer of Fort.Taylor-win Jacksonville: will be ot &re&t benefit
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t.Danley. ,P. A, N, C. St .
Nahvme.! Tenn.. ban charge of the dredge. to this"city, giving Jacksonville the
The, steamer Rtpido"left )tondai of rate for transmitting
advantages a cheaper Finest good that are manufactured. Laird&
O: ,Harman, 0. PAW.ft A, It loLert
for Havana The :Tlapldo I. three- messages, ard connecting: the Drew-Selby. Normad Jf Bennett and Hanan maker.
AtlaataGLRyan '
decker and draws.only.thre: feet ofaid"a city with a lumber of points reached Largest and most np-to-date tock.in; the South to *electfrom. .
C.B. G, P. A, a'A. L, Ports '
; batt.of..ttr..OJi, accountjof :now by.cable only., When this station Shoes for walking lor driving; /or yachtr:

Sra the light draftythe'steamer runi.i : and'the one afMUml are complete It ing, for golfing and for dress and eveningwear..Made
W:B. Christian, A.G. P. A, S. A. L, 'risk eron' the'ulr. andCapt'Mnls'Is of. the oiling stock: French Kid. latent Kid. Tan, ,
great In ] Ing will be an easy matter'to reach. Havana
tR;;(ice- await Vici Kid Tan Varnished Calf Skin.. White Hack.V G
::: obliged to, favorable by Miami and Key WestWILL ---------- --- --
I : : : White Linen. White Cantor. White Duck Tan three,
x Ov MacDoneU.; A.:G..P.A.. S.A. L, "altimate'destination
villa, a weather.The '' blue pink and white kid. Dongola :: :: :r :: ':r

;.IT: T 1oe, p.; P.Al..- Southern of the Rap'.do received Clenfuegas. #> FEEL IT HERE. ,1
A telegram from JTortngas. -

say; .Washington Morgan. A.,G.D.' P.A C.Irooks South : ':'Monday reported the 'steamer ,'file. following forecast for Miami, Do not buy uutil you'visit our mammoth Shoe Store

s Newland ashore near that place. 'It Is|
Gal and vicinity was received and .an-
.j;Railway Atlanta, .
supposed that' the'i.teamer Is from ,
d'A: Benscotter A.,G. P. A, South, ; nounced by local forecaster Blackmanthis
; Mobile bound for BlestDISCUSS'
RaOway, Chattanooga, Tenn t' morning.,

L.'IL Hennoo, G, P. A,'T. Cj R;. R, MII\KY'S\ ',.'. For'Eastern Florida-Fair., Colder ,.
vB1e.Tenn RETIREMENT.St. tonight; and Friday. Cold wave tonight -

: -; P." BUlops OV P. A 'A.'Jfc'w P. .Petersburg., Feb.'2.-The papers .. 'In northern portion; 'minimumtemperature
?y ?retirement'of..Interior
today discuss 'the Killing
; R,'andWIR..R,Ala, Atlanta, Ga, about 28 degrees.
.Minister: Prince. SnaltopolkMlrksy frost In central portion. Temperature
i many,others, : r
The NeT
'"The ,clrcumstanis: attending 'the freezing point, except lu extreme north
THE leaving,of the, Minlaterotrthe: Interior portion. -
calls forth symiiathy'owards! | this Blackman.

;fie crew of the Italian!bark MasGnacto sincere good, man ud his. ''unrealized'

: bound from Pensacola hopes. ALL WORK CEASED. y H !

Boqzth America,wh1d 'was wrecked ,The Vremya furth/jr says that he did '1
St Petersburg Feb. t.-The latest
ii L ?efli week* since. In 'a hurricane not posses that cl.,-c6nfidcneeneces reports "received by Consul General

4.Mlaml, are now hi this port, and sary to Ins'st upon a'progra'ni..which i "ere.from American Consul in Russia .

being eared for by Vle Concul O.Caflero had the sympathy of,the Russian'people. .
They Indicate,% cessation of aU
y ,-says' the' Pensacola Joan ; and that In ,vlew of the short administration -
work. at most of the Industrial centers. ..
% it wotiii be .unjust" to'd&-. The Consul at RIp reports that
The captain and first mate will probj ,mand'any results. I
there Is rioting there, which was precipitated
leave today or tomorrow' Italy
by students and rowdies who .
j'byl way-of New" Tort: Tie WiScONSIN :IS COLD.
Bred on the pol.o The fire was
ubers of the crew, of which there Superior Wla,. Feb. 2.-The then nt-f 'Sd
; turned by the'police and troops AV r r
"eight or ten will sail on.vessels mometer''.went to .twenty-six below 7
I resulted In killing fifty-three and ,
out'.of this port for Italy: It ; zero here last'night '" -
wounding one hundred and fifty.
i tDonTtham probable that several of : LaCross'Wls,; F b.-L This morn- '
will ship'on-vessels"bound: for i lug the thermometer registered thirty pTrr7'
SEWEll &
; country and thus work their pa* below aero.GORKY'RELE ... :

i serves -." Waterbury Conn Feb. 2.-Mrs. 4__,

?Th 'cargo of the.Massa de Gnecco .'. Mary Rogers, who, was" to be'hanged 'Theonly! exclusive shoe store .in the city.

r been sold at auction by the BrltifrlceeonBul 1 St-- P rabur&Feb. I 2.-Mazlmam tomorrow r for the murder jot he husband ScweU's. Shoe Store 304 12th Street. Seweir Clothing'Store,

_ of Jacksonvflle under Gorky,' the author.1'who..was'arrestedsoon has been reprle1'ed'until June 306 12th St. Scwell's Tailoring EstablUhmet. 336 12tb St.

of the Italian Vice Coniflero aftef the 'disturbance last week i to give he inn opportunity,to securea .

,, at this'port has been'released from custody: new trIaL '



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I The Greatest War Loss.A I den her husband. In addition to this, I bias disastrous In the extrem While MlamP Growth. Prisoners.

I MIAMI METROPOLIS abort time ago.the Metropolis, editorially .I I it Is the general belief among men I this it deplorable and to many a per tie must be very unobservant in t" There are, BOW five negro.."

Every gave statistics of, the force! j that women In consequence of their I manent injury, the fact that the teed who bas not noticed the great of the lowest type: confined the 1
Published Friday In the Metropolis I
engaged; in and losses sustained In i i mental and physical natures ere not crops are easily and quickly grown ;hanges and stride forward that Miami
county JaIl day sentence.
Building.t ,;,
d ,. the greatest battles of the world. In always accountable for their notions I, should aid the situation and cause has and is now.taklng. We do the Jail they are an idle expense i

,,L IL. ftn. S. BU! Dean, Set.-Irw i i addition to these facts and figures we< {I Of course, it is possible In some cases those who suffered to go to work with] sot mean In Its physical aspect alone:: nuisance to the county. Jan life,:,

quotehere from a speech of Congressman ,: to decide whether a woman's crime a ulll to regain that which they lost .
j Tit Clam Printing Comp. y. : ,' for that is patent to the most skeptl conducted here and elsewhere la :
\Varnook, of Ohio, as follows: its due to a criminal nature or to her by setting out new crops of tomatoes cal but Ida "' '
we refer to Its present 1m. has no terror for this elap'
i0r.Iered In the Postofflce at Miami. Let make little further and other truck that they may have
us a com pur" sex as a general thing the dls I
and Their
portance>> commercial growthOne mortals. life is one of
Fla, te second-class matter. ,1&.n. Take the great battles of Waterloo Unction is so hard to make that met produce: on the market as soon as pos- hears every: day the most hopeful eat and be'merTJ'. la this they
one of the ffteen decisive bat slule. We believe our growers will
are almost certain to give her the ben +
words of Miami's future. The happy.
most Southern pubItshed -
1 The newspaper
ties of the world, a battle which de do this. They are the kind that Know "
eflt of the doubt. It must be an ex
l: on the mainland of the United tourist visitors the majority cf them But why should they be kept,
tidal the fate and tha not defeat and in a few weeks will
hanged '
geosraih ;
I traorilinary clear case in which twelvei the
q States. | men of business ability and successes, Jail If offens* Is not sufficient''
of all Europe. In that battle have out other crops that will help to
> !men will agree to sentence a woman to praise our progressing little city and I send them to States prison let' ,
I Xapcrieou had 82,000> men and 251; make up the losses
+ t' One :year ., .|2.H i j( death for murder or anything else predict Its future greatness.: Property -i county camp be provided for

1r Six months .. ..,. 1.00( I guns. Wellington with the allies, had I Tho two women in question prob-- For Mutual Protection.The Is almost at a premium, and no incarceration, and let them work.

Those paying in advance will rereive 72,<<00}( men end over 200 cuns. They. ably deserve death but It is mUle than Consolidated Fruit Company. other place of its size or section In the their sentences the lame as the

tnibbcriptlon fur {1.50,4lost j on each side in killed and wounded that their sentences will be Let them -
l; a years likely ; SUIte boast of dig rock and build
I Inspired originated and oranhedamoug : can as many real estate -
and six months' fcubscriptiou for is 1 about 23,000 men, being a percentage I commuted to life imprisonment With transactions here and let the servitude be -of'si
tho fruit aud vegetable; grow as occur dally
of Toss from 23 to :22 cent
n ce&ta.' This is a liberal discount to in: per tow exceptions women throughout: the This with severity to make prison life
Turn to the great battle of Gettysburg ers of Dade county for mutual protection every: other feature tenllto
! tine strictly advance payment I country convicted of this terrible crime show tho and dlsplsed instead of courted.'
i ... and compare it with the battle of Waterloo and benefit is now preparing to stability of the "Cera -
-- -- there will be less of their appeases
have escaped its extreme penalty I ,
? COMPARATIVE: DISTANCES. and here is a wonderful slnv engage actively in the marketing of City and business men, profcsslona:
I from day to day in the of Jqs-l
----- - I through the clemency: and pardoning I mechanics courts
P : Frm-;; From ilarity between the two in some respects. products from this section. men and laborers Are one "',

i Te fT..p", Tort.,!\Ii&IIIl"rob! e'en say Gen. Meade had in his army powers, even thoush they wero deserving :! The objects of the Consolidate: I and all of tile conclusive opinion that I i Uce.Dade county. is
growing. an
of death. Will! the
; powers well known. For Miami Is to grow Into a greater and
: Ij I almost precisely the sarao number of I I Ii Fruit Company are !
Sk t Ytlee j Mlles )(l1eo Intervene between these women and or1lnaluak.1 many years this class of offenders;
4 asr weer....... ." I t.a .......,1 men Napoleon had Waterloo. Gen. ; season past the growers of this, as better city than ever its be prevalent in such AUlDber. i
that I
' Ii.TAD&. ........"J. 208., !.1t : i that fate tho law J.as'decreeJ: must be and .
of the State ers 4d'ocate.uUclpatetJ.
t laatane.e_....,....... a47191, 1 117 Meade had 82,000 men with the Sixth :I I well as other sections Jan cannot hold or the officials 1
I theirs? We will
d. ass boil ..7 : with 250 Gen. tee. at various and Hence the fact that capital is free-
to e.atlaro Corps in reserve, guns. have experienced repeated them. Start .ith'
lin 1 now makJnc thu
U.TU Let 17' '
', Oval'pe nr.m(Calt&-t 11110 I. t %e 1 I Let had an army of 72,000 men with i and 0I Votes times, losses by shipping on ly Invested here and new residents work the public road and let the i
WttMwird I 200 The losses 23,000 I Buying Selling and are coming :n on train to swell
,Ctsatoeravta ''I,: guts were on I consignment, their fruits vegetables every go out that when they go to"they
tit C.p* I aIl Antnul)..I 617 1I>t' bit each side In that engagement almost Senator Ston, of Missouri, declares con Its population and business Interests.we .
I to irresponsible persons or
1 tea ;Joan............ .\ I1MI I 9:13 II 9,7nawa I go there to:earn their
(Bah.ma I i identical with the losses at Water-1 i; that the national election frauds of cerns. To relieve this trouble and are proud of Miami and though by toU and pain and
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loo. i 189G and 1904 should be Investigatedby further; their interests a number of young In ..years it Is the coming city on a palate of ease and the lii

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1905. -I The battle between the French and :, the United Staffs Senate.In the more prominent producers of the of Florida and probably of the South. trouble and number of their kind,'

i Russians at Borodino was perhaps the this decision' and utterance Senator county arranged the above mentioned : The eyes of the world are upon her we have in
bloodiest battle since the Inventionof I Stone flu the o! : in the future days
j The Philadelphia mint turned out support every company and with strong financial Died there and to 4-

ever 7,000,000 gold coins last year. gunpowder; there were :30,000 men loyal voter and honest politician in backing will promote the handling of come when she has spread far below Worthily Spoken.Whether ,

I Tad :you get your share? killed on each side.; But as each army the country and the Senate will act their own produce. and above resent confine. It will 'or not Judge Chart** .

---a I numbered over 130,000 the per cent wisely and entirely within its bounds, The prospectus of the company detailing be ratifying to know that the prediction Swayne,of the northern district,'i

Wall 'Street is complaining that of loss was less than at Gettysburgand duty and authority by taking up this the manner In which it Is proposed ; of today developed In a great real- Florida la guilty'of the .charges

'while Tom Lawson did not give them less than at Waterloo. Take the matter if, for no other reason than to to market vegetables and fruit ity and that Miami has taken_ place pending against him in the-UPIIL

: a scare, he frightened ,the "lambs" great battle at Leipzig, whera Napoleon establish or disprove the fact that and setting .forth the protection the ; with the cities of the country. States Senate we are not preparesay. i
had 175.000 men and where the It is to that august lad
which,was much worse. such certain frauds as alleged did or' company offer against fraudulent --o np I
away 'allies had on the first day 275,000. increased competent body to fix his pDt
r,: =--- o--- did not occur, and if so, to show up concerns and method of shjpment, Foreign Immigration. .
on the next by re-enforce Bocence. Mach Is being said
cay 'ut
Chicago Is.again making fun of NewTork to the world the men back of, control- by which growers have lost wilt soon According f>.the census there are
meats to 200,000. Therewere about ten In this matter. n* Sways i
have lag and Influencing the act In the hand of of birth In
; because the former can a be oat and every 10.460.000 persona foreign '
, 40,000 killed oa each side. Tet the c tee declaiming that it Is a 5e.
t large'charity ball wlthoat a big diamond The Tote'bayer as well as the vote tracker and fruit grower In the county. I thus country while la eight .large
very large numbers engaged In that persecution oa the part *f th* :
steal.It seller should be sent to the peniten States of the Sooth there are only
: : battle made the per cent of loss very eats bringing th* Charges
I! tiary. Neither Is honest; neither The promoter of the company are 106,000 of these. In round Lumber *
than'at he
much less Gettysburg or Wa- Is a Northern maa- and a
I* feared that if the grand Juryeoatiases terloo. would hesitate to nnllfy an honest vote known to be men of character abort Virginia has 19.000 Tennessee 17.000. can.. We do not believe say

!, to' indict U. 8. 'Senators Many Confederates are familiar with or destroy the sacredness of the ballot reproach; they have been. successful North Carolina 4JMO. South Carolina erase and a resident of :I'Iadda wosM

they win be'numerous'enough to starta the record of the Twenty-sixth North box. In personal and private ventures and SJOO. Georgia 12,00)loddt 13.000. I be so .... If there., let them 1 1a bait

party: of their own and; "ran" things. Carolina regiment., at Gettysburg In retiring from office'a few day have BOW formed themselves Into a Uabmama 14,000, and Mississippi 7,, lesson of honesty, decency patrtot]

-4--- Congressman Wai-nock describes it as ago Governor Durbln, of Indiana urged body to fight the evils and remedy the 000. The South ha fewer persons 'of tea and manly duty tram

c When Governor Adams, of Colorado the most.remarkable loss In all history .the necessity of legislation against causes of to*. Their plan are feasible foreign birth or'blood than any other man Palmer of Pennsylvania" w

't took his oath of office It 1* thought ," and recites these well known corruption of the, ballot, and cited a and reliable and It should appear section of the Union. It' Ia I the most i th* discossloa of the case, said:t'.i; :.r

that':ex-Governor ,Peabody. also did facts: "That regiment 820 strong at county with less that 5,000 votes In and appeal to every grower studying purely American part of the country. "I believe 'I 0 serv ,my party

one'':.wear g." the beginning of the fight. It had 86 which 1,500 votes were regularly listed his personal preservation and Interests It ha never made any effort to secure when I serve my country' best, '

t ... killed and 602 wounded, making a total as purchasable. He declared: to become a member tad lend foreign immigrants, such a* have been have dared'-to make lite lastan

Promoters of the shipsubsidy: bill of 688, or 71-7.:per cent. of Its "The statistics of political debaucheryIn his Influence and efforts to the project locating in. the East or flowing Into that the soaped persecution of;

are now calling it'tbe subvention. strength put out of business. This this State for 1904. If It were possible and mean by which be will evidently the West for year The truth. I* the Sways Is the remit of the'fact tbI

:Why not>> go a'UttJe'f'r and call It was the first day of the battle but to present them would be nothing receive more benefit than ever South hat not desired to Increase Its he to a Northern man and a Blican

plain :raft?"'' the mat remarkable fact Is that the short of astounding." The Chicago bfore realized. population in this way. It.... not appointed! to oflc* la the I It

w _o_ regiment at the end of the third.day's Tribune ASrite vote selling o-- sought to attract foreigner Only thought the war was over. II

c: .. .The Governor of New York'says he tight turned.up with a little remnantof is of long standing in Indiana. Prob-- Freakish Legislation. 'recently ha there been,an effort, In I. that the solid South Is -.nr'

)* .ther to enforce.the laws. and not 216 men out of their 820 participating ably originated, and gained strength The following bill have len Introduced that \ direction. Several Southern forward to tile tune of the tAtc4,:

to set'them aside. ,We.thought quite in that gallant charge and came because the State was for a longtime In the North Carolina Legislature States now have agencies at workto thought that la mica ntea; as I Il

".differently. out with the most remarkable loss In so close politically that a few secure foreign Immigration. One Lee and Wheeler tho North takes'

;., -o--. history.. votes would ;turn the scales. That To :require churches and other reason for this Is the growing dissatisfaction much pride u doss the. South.; 4 1

;; Ten per cent of the. Republican There was a company la that regiment suggested'to'ODe unscrupulous politician with negro labor and the Increasing Is It true that the** peopl ta

""Senator '_are charged with grafting -:.Capt Tuttle's. .-that went Into :after another the expediency of houses In' Pitt county to be Inclosedso unreliability of the latter In Ida 'who have mail charges
as to prevent hogs, etc. from going '
'..4 they are unable 10'far to exonerate action with three officers and eighty- corruption. At last election bribery sections where It Is practically the this judge bejwwe they aeraers /* ,
the Committee
under them: Referred to -
'themselves.;, four men. It came out with one officer has become so prevalent that a Governor only labor. The negro ha served and vx-Coafednt,

and one man. In many Instances the hal felt It his duty to call atten on Education.To largely to keep the foreign Immigrant rat Justice? Is it mu that we is '
sidewalks ,
'_t Panama is having so much prosperIty high percentage of losses In that war ton to the eviL Governor Garvin of prevent riding bicycle on outlet the,South and** is now,the Impeach this'man- because, a* II.

that, she is beginning;to bother stands alone in history. If the saps Rhode Island tiled to check tote buyIng In Roper. Referred to Commit.tee cane. of aa attempt to attract the Republican .3

,fceraelf about tucks 'and frills that and Russians have equalled them, in his State and failed. Governor on Proposition and Grievances. foreign white. We are not sure the "I am a Republican. and a :

v+ other:governments have., the' fact is; yet to be shown. Dnrbl&'a plea tor honesty at the polls The Charlotte Observer very pertinently experiment will be wholly satisfac No man can question''my aUsglu
observes: And It 1* to such to }b* party but I have a greater i
may have no perceptible effect in In tory. We hope it may be. : ,
Setier Ballot matter a* these that a dignified Legislature glance to my wintry 1'M B
Governor Folk of Missouri had better oaths diana. After a man has come to look --.-

; keep hi* eye. on" his' Republican Editor Setzer of the High Springs upon his vote as something for which must give its attention and on Drive Out the Lobbyists. cans stamped this country and'
which it and its committee must people Indorsed t'1st partla thsltent
t Legislature. U Is reported that thousand Hornet thus criticizes and makes suggestions he ought to receive $i it Is difficult A Chicago dispatch says: The CRude -
: spend their time? Why don't the trustees of twOlll1ll1ou'aDd a bait"
ballot -
,dollar biile-are gettlug; very for a change In, prevent to' disabuse him. In Indiana, as In against the lobbyist I* proceeding
of the churches of 'Pitt county votes. Make good your claim ibr
plentiful around there.' system: Rhode Island there are voters who merrily In the West and definite
fence out the hogs? and why don'tthe you stand for honesty make. goa
_.a."" With what we have observed In have so mercantile a view of the bal result have been obtained. Governor
: aldermen or commissioners of Ro your boast that you are willing to 1 tw
4 .., The ;;rat: tuistake t'he Czar"of Russia managing, elections, we believe the lot that they will.not go to the polls p wherever that 1*-wrestle with Folk of Missouri has driven lobbytlta the rascals
p, is UAMng Is it.:not' learnto Eng present ballot law should be amendedso to vote for the candidates of their party the bicycle riders?" Legislature! enact from the capitol at Jefferson Worthily spoken: If sit pbHo ;

lish. He"fnilJ then.sulisrrib to our as to require the voters to stampin unless they are paid to do :t." local should City. Governor Dlneen of Illinois, were animated by such sent!
.too much legislation. Why "
of each candidate favored Instead
paperewbkii would tell him how to Front Governor Durbln recommends that has promulgated rules to curtail their and we prefer to think tbal'IIWI1
bills for additional -
they providing an
of allowing a single cross In pass
r run_his guvcrnmcait; party circle ,to vote a straight, ticket ai,| the Briber be punished as well as the policeman In a country: town,'or Influence and Governor Lafollette of them are there would I.e'more -

bribed; that a penalty be Imposed on Wisconsin recommends a law to Inflict dence In the Integrity and motives i _
q Careful voting should be encouraged. to keep hogs from under a church In
s.'nalo!, Cockreil. lit the end of thirty the vote buyer as well as the vote sell off the severe punishment upon those those who serve or who are i sup'
to keep bicycles
The present law makes it easy to vote Pnnkvllle. or
: :years service, is leaving' the Senate cerelcssly. and difficult to vote carefully er. This ought to be the law. every- sidewalk in Squashburg: The statutes guilty of offering bribes. to serve the public. aa

with not only 'record for statesmanship where.It Lets follow the example cf our
and thoughtfully. The present bal- are burdened with too many local .
"T ,but also one of unblemished hon Western brethren in Florida. Let the Another busted' stock broker
lot law seems cunningly devised In law and absurd provision of a crazy:
or.. This il:& striking c ntr'aIll'1I11h Could Have Been Worse. Legislature drive the lobbyists fromLeoD'1 decided to follow Tom Law.on'atample
e the interests of weak or odious can quilt nature. .
Mr. Neidringbaus whom the penitentiary hills and let the Legislators and drop amalgamatedand
didates. It I.. without a doubt the From all report the freeze of Thursday Let the Florida legislator, soot to ,
.seems to desire:more than the refuse to treat with them, both In public take up amalgamated lit
creation of political bosses and corrupt and Friday nights while extremely be assembled read and digest these
k U S. Senate.Very ., and Treat them all alikn, .
t machines i and Is Intended to increase and deplorably disastrous to vegetables truths. The Observer is right whenIt private.
.. Th Philadelphia authorities
1 educational lobbyists
their and citrus fruit much local whether they are ,
and continue power In the ground kick on too leglsislion '
fewtew.paper, .men in Florida whiskey: lobbyists, railroad lobby: taking step topreveat gam'
-'o -
then on the trees there II a profund by the State law-maker They '
have made money |ii the! newspaperbusiness. .jets telephone lobbyists or what not cept poker and roulette. ThU tes
Should Women be Hangedtla gratification that it was BO worse and should a* 1* required of them, devote
A few have however risen without the stock market a clear monopoly
The Legislature can get
Vermont there 1* a woman under that the orange trees are believed to their time and efforts to the makingof

above the newspaper' business and sentence of death for'the"murder of have withstood the shock without a law that win carry with. them a them. It It can't It should never the gambling business. -4
made la other:linK One of let the members stay at 5 -- .if
money but
her .husband while In Pennsylvania permanent Injury or setback State and not sectional Import and convene, TRU'.UNINJ\.IREQ..
r 'these is our friend B.B. Tatum, of the a woman Is under like sentence for a Many remember the freezes of 1885 effect. There are undoubtedly too home and revel in their small pel"olOuUt7 ORANGE .

S Miami )Metropolis Mr.. Tatum' had like off ue. The 'chances are 'that and 1895 when rich men, rich In orage many personalities and personal Interest and the little figure they cut -- 'II

;r, ,faith .. JoIIamI'real estate, used good neither will hang or be executed. groves, citrus fruit orchards and connected with and resulting at In the affairs of the world.. Th Gainesville Son. In Its

Judgment In purchasing and..celling, Ought they to hang?' We are not truck farms, were In many cases made each session of the Legislature and .U of the effect of the frees upon.
{' and bas made a alee thing out of.itsmore the chilling blasts that We have been advised that Attorney ration and orange groves la AIa
sitting In Judgment. Would a Jury of paupers by it Is to be hoped that Florida' august
r than he could have made in the General Moody Is of the opinion s
women sentence a woman to death as swept down upon them like the passing body will realize and appreciate this county, says:
j newspaper business in fifty :years.'Mr.Tatam 'of shadow and'cast happy-nad that he has the beef trust on the readto from
readily as a jury of meat tX>ubUe s; a fact when next assembled. Reports Mlcaaopy., Mela

; is 'one of the most popular perhaps more readily. Men are sloe prosperous homes into gloom and des .. the slaughter house. Cltra, 0 1awn. Boardmaa,,and oliu
Florida Pm. and all -o--
members of the ,
to convict or condemn men. Governor Pennypacker1 real objection places state that the mercury wri

are g1ad.to know that he ha* "struck Mosf women we-take It,:would be pair.Many predicted a repetition of these I to newspaper In general seems China has been having peace for down sufficiently to kin an tender 1
'v It rich."-Fort Myers Press.., more ready to be tried by men than catastrophles a few' hours ago but It i, to be that all the cartoons positively: ten years, and Is now Itching for a protected crop -Th.oranges are ]

,' : of seemed that sucH was not the will Uttle trouble. If she can Just hop sea, but the trees are unhurt, aadperienced '<
by a Jury of their own sex. guilty i flatter him-In looks. If they were a*
The army canteen .ui probably of Him who controls all things and quiet until Japan finishes with Russia, growers Mat that BOB 1
In -
course. Noting the two cases question ugly as he Is they would certainly: stop
restored., Official Investigation'shows 'the Chicago Chronicle says: while the vegetables are a total loss the press. she will receive proper attention. the :young trees will shed their tear

that Its abolition Investigation shows lsrno I the orange groves-the trees-were The coverd crops it is DIl yed.,
doubt that woman
"There --o-
thatlt'aboUUcm was much more of spared though the fruit is"a completeloss General Lee surrendered to General escape. -
be a natural criminal Just like The man who proceeds on the idea .
,.Injury that a benefit to the Midlers. may in all parts of the State. For this Grant under an apple tree. General The lettuce acreage In the Gavllle
man. She may ,be a natural thief that he deceive the public and
r- Apropos of this subject the.Woman'st dispensation or act of Providence man Stossel surrendered to General Nogl section was very heavy It Is 1 1lievcd

,Army and Navy League composed of and swindler or a natural murderer. should ,be, and is, no.doubt.- thank gain credit for honest effort deceives under a plum tree. But In each case that the young. nnj

the wives and daughters of the army On- the other hand, she is not nearly ful. A loss of the orange trees..would hIm e1f. Dishonesty take many forms. It was a bay tree for the victors anda crop Is lost >lint the older crop wtI

a- has adopted the following resolution: so often a criminal a* a man is. The have 'so Injured ana discouraged the Those who practice it In any form are weeping willow for the vanquished ta I being cut. is thought to H.W.i '..

"As women'we admire the 'Woman's penitentiaries contain ten times as grower that it is doubtful if the industry the loser In the long run. A reputation Many of the truckers haTe'1Ie the

many men as women.. As to her rela for honesty and manliness and Congress Is acting very v.ely In
Christian and would have ever been pursued
( Temperanc TJnlon! we I cabbage: and this crop as a,rale mn
+R think they are doing a wonderful work Uons'with:, the other, sex the wrongs! again u a business venture. But such frankness! cannot be made by attempts i Its efforts to legislate for the obolition I I be replanted. Other tender ve

ta the country: at large but we believe that men commit against woman are was not decreed therefore we are well at double-dealing. In circumvention of the rebate system among the railroads bles which had not reached ina

they do not understand conditions In 100 times more numerous than the off and thankful that what might have specious pleading. The best and it would also be entitled win also be lost bat the damage

the army and are, 'therefore not as wrongs ,that womencommit; against been did not prevaIL policy is to deal honestly and frankly to pralse If It devises means to ena not ai sever u would have 1 been

: ,capable of advising la this matter- u men and probably':100 men-murder In this.section,the)011'to'fruIt Is with the people. The people can be bile us to escape the Pullman car por posed with the mercury 'due

.they might be others.' their wives '.where :one: woman mar small, but that to truck- .and vegeta- relied on. ter. i around the zero point: -



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ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo: : : : KNIGHTS-OF PYTHIAS TWENTY YEARS AGO. I'

J- I Entertain in Their Castle ,Hall 'With A'Visitor Tnen and; 'Now Draws Pleas. Wilson & Flye

I Delightful, Programme and Dance ing Comparison of East Coast
:: 1 '
.lA.D5E: ', DSIUBS IX "
Last evening the Bay Blscavne Among tho pioneers visitors to the:

Lodge nights of Pythias gave a delightful Lake Worth section of Dade county' -
:!:'Y ".I" '?liI' '
entertainment in their Castle but who Is now on his Bret visit to'' Staple Groceries Fruits

Hall on Avenue D. Elegant'printed Miami, Is Mr. R. R Clark an engineer! ,
Is 'ralidlygoin to the front the leading '
I, programmes the compiling ot which on the A. C. L. Ry. who is now laying j TOBACCOS >
_: city in South Florida. Everybody I f i reflected crcJit on the committee, off ,to recover from injuries received!I

is" going; to Miami. Now i is the time to :i .tre presented to the guests as they a short time ago by his "old horse" AND CIGARS
entered the outer door. The his ai!
Y' I programme stumping toe and going into
choice location either for business -
secure a was carried out as follows: ditch near Tampa. I Avenue D and 14th St. MIAMI, FLA.

or residence. Choice locations in erture-Blseayne Orchestra. Of the accident, Mr. Clark has little .4.n-tf,I.ItroHllflHFS.

thecity: for sale by ; : : : -" : : : I WelcomeddreBsUtchell:: D.I to say except that he had' a u.ost ml.I .
I raculous escape from death, but of
x -Piano Solo-Miss Bevan the conditions of the East Coast sec & CO Commission
e Vocal Solo, "Goodb>e"-:Mr. OscarT. Merchants.And .
lion he Inds them
FORT DALLAS LAND CO. I as today In compar
; Conklin. Mrs A. S. Joiner accompanist. ison to that of twenty years ago he

i I cannot its too specific or pronounced."It Dealers
iI I| Reading-Miss Mae Ingram. was-just about twenty rears ago i Garden Mod Field SeedsofallKiiufcFertilizers

Vocal Solo, "Because I Lore You,
!| that I visited Lake Worth"
Call Or said Mr.
OHNT3:: TT.irry.TfTApent on :r.:5tNOl't:: : > 3A d :t'I Dear"-Mrs. R. D. Maxwell Miss Clark "and I tell you I did not think!'

l"ort"i- -P .':"Forf Dallas: I Anna Peck accompanist. much of It or its future then. I made 1 Etc.

Dallas Land Co., Miami. Fla. Land Co., St. Augustine, Fla. I Address, "Fraternal Organizations"Dr. the trip down from Jacksonville on a1 I -, -.
tti W. W. Faris. .
"" little schooner engaged in bringing
Vocal Soles "Because"-Mr. Oscar
I T. Conklin. fruit to and from this wild section, Packers and shippers of Fruits and Vegetables F
which looked to me to be about the
I Reading-Miss Mae Ingram. Carry in stock crates wrapping paper, nails, &c.:
nearest to nothing of
any place or
Irish : Edward Williams
I fedleyOl. section I had ever seen. Insecticides! and dry powder gun : : : : t
of Jacksonville.
Vocal Solo -A Lullaby"-Mrs. R. D. "Comparing then with the present,J!
% Hardie one can the more appreciate the great SALESROOM -
Orchestra. change and transformation, and where SOUTH OF FOURRTEKXTH STREET.Miami .

This program was excellently rendered then existeJ nothing but wilds and r

HOUSE and and those participating In it forests, with now aid then a settlers : : : : : Florida. }

1"m *; proved themselves artists In their respective home, I find today rich pineapple .
roles. The sweet singing of groves, tomato fields, handsome

Mrs. Maxwell and Mr. Conklln la yet homes, and the thriftiest' and most .

lvenueiortii'of'National: Cank ringing In the ears of those who composed energetic people 1 bate found in any For sale
i 1 the audience and praises of part of'our State. The change is moat ,

Miss Ingram as an elocutionist are wonderful and gratifying." .

heard. Mr. Clark is accompanied by Mrs.

Past Chancellor Mitchell D. Price Clark, and they will remain indefinitely 30 ft. Launch

Ask delivered a very happy address of wel or until such time as he is -
Your Dealer For
come which, worded as It was, excel again recovered sufficiently to take. ,
: lently paved the way for the.remainder charge of his iron steed
Standing Top. Fine 14 H. P. Buffalo Motor In Fine Shape SV42& r
of the programme. He touched on horse

_ the beautiful lessons which Pythlans COL. BOYD COMPLIMENTED. I,Mlanu Motor $45O.lf power House .Boat, 35x10 I $160. ..

are taught, and gave a few of the OLD AT ONCE 8 acre food land at Wyman.Fla.. S25 aor
IJ nitedD Vegetable Paper many pictures with which a Pythian What Bartow and Jacksonville Papers '

address is usually embellished. Dr. Say of a Miami Citizen. ,'>

Farts evidently'' Is a master of the. CoL J. W. Boyd, for many years a Geo. R. Wallace, West Palm Beach r.
subject he had. and succeeded In holdIng
resident of Bartow, and for about
the closest attention of the audience rr
fourteen years the tax colector of

;a It is tie .mostjEconomioal ,as '0 advice while which members he win,Imparted and be ,well too,for wholesome the all,uninitiated fraternity Thursday Polk,county morning left where for Miami he will join last FREDK. S. MORSE, .

his family, who went there to lire

well ''asthe best on the market the CoL humorous, to TCEI.iiia abide.role, of of Jacksonville the Irishman, m, some was months much ago.regretted CoL Boyd's by his departure many REAL ESTATE. v

friends here and all hope that he will ,
# touched the rlslbles of all. and prompted
.t 41 find his new residence a place of enjoyment ,
considerable laughter. If he II not Offices up stairs Cor.Are. C and If tb St. a\"
an Irishman, he either ought to be or -Bartow Courier-Informant
pull In his sign. Cot Boyd has spent this week in Jacksonville Miami. Dade Co.. Florda.AGENT .

; Wrapping Tomatos After the completion of the pro- in attendance upon the Grand

gramme, most of the invited guests Lodge of Masons, of which he is a "

and members of Bay Biscayne Lodge Past Grand Master,, and one most hon OR LANDS OF

or" remained and an enjoyable dance was ored and loved brethren of the entire Florida East Coast Railway Co. ,
'";'''' bad, continuing long Into the evening. fraternity, and the Metropolis can "
Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co. '
with Bartow,in the
The weather was ideal for dancing, well sympathize ,
t and'happy were those who had this loss of such a noble citizen and good Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co. 1'

opportunity.for indulging the pleasure. luau, and we know that the Metrop

; ,.. Radiant Bay .Biscayne Lodge is to be con. olla voices the sentiment of every Ma.
r gratulated on, the success of the entertainment son in Florida in the hope of happiness -

'L'' BeautyCampiadam and just such as this long life an-1 prosperity to Cot BISCAYNE BAY NURSERY. ,

i of perfect parity an mt by causes many a young woman to look Boyd in his new hO Jacksonville
; tUacock'i liquid Sulphur. The nlnaofc with greater admiration on the fair Metropolis. "
t gnlphur in the toilet las been knows foceea* I
4' A' tano: bat moth of its vsla, ws Jolt T-* Calanthe and her hero and Inspiresthe I The Old Reliable.
die discofcrj of'f Knights, to exemplify the friendship FRAZIER SUCCEEDS HIMSELF I ,

Hancock's of Damon and Pythias. I Standard Varieties of Citrus Trees: Gnmn Upon High PtaeLwd.

oclc. Nashville Tenn, Jan. :24.! -General"!I . Budded on Rough lemon Stock: .- .
nA" s MAMMOTH SPORTING PROJECT. B. Frailer inaugurated as I
.,' James was
Liquid i Sulphur; the Chief Executive of the' State of The only tree worth considering for Ibis locality,at prjr ibitdtfy coa.,-
To Promote all Sports From Horse titlon quality con ldel'\'d. Correspondence and inaction solicited before
Tennessee today to serve his second placing jour orders. .
at alr4ac il "" .cc.1kIII -i.MI
wtt w_\k.krt Ita_M*kait kuk Racing to Boxing. term Of two )- an.. In his,inaugural Also choice citrus land for sale In large or small tracts Dt If Mil al.
111 pulp ditcMo. .._.mcw pewIII" I
L bultkT klir*>4 Moitkc.d.Nt.d.a.wlet address Governor Frailer recommended "
check A mammoth sporting project for ; C. E. DAVIS, Proprietor.BOX.ASMiAI.FLORIDA. .
I.' a ,
..W.r. >B. ... re..etlsM.natiaati a large increase in the appropriation ,
,. no era II sty rclUble yBacsck's ........ Florida is on the tapis, according to a for schools and treated at lengthon I '.t. '
Interested scheme. .
Ud Snifter OktaatUr man who is lathe
Isis's Snow S.aklk the race question.By .
a..aw caw..r., ...- far......SaUl says>the Daytona Halifax Journal. II I
.... SnUcn. B..U.
s.m. Ch+ta fott.filcy .
1 > _....a"__. .__ *. rt cii.r'.u.MI..1I&. The proposition is to,organize a syndicate a vote of 481 for and'67 a

r.. --t.v. = SktaDuuMi. m.M*f M kv: of wealthy men interested in 'the people of Tampa deci.'cd agatnst.j' G Genera'Anction acdCcirniissfooI ( ;
rr, c.'c to.UM.*er.r..w.rr ..: various branches of sport and several
n ..: YLLdur.', ,j such men have already given the'Idea i to bond the city in the sum of P.BJaudon J
..r.nCaac- the Tampa Bay Hotel ERY.SATUIm'\Y.
Ic N OLA.- KABCOCKUQUIB warm endorsement. The plan is to to purchase I SELL AT AlCTIOX

-._.. : SULPHUR CO. embrace all classes ot sport from au- property According to tin Tribune II you .......>tk'lie !.pea OT ilkk lo.tui
; Goo less than one-sixth of thQ"PI..Ir: population
-=-...tr ........Hi, tomobOlng and horse racing to boxing of the city balloted on the prop. saythine.ar.esAn.Dwr.tNu l. r. ). .....t

traP'shooting., foot racing, cycling
osition. This woul indicate that themajority
: golf, tennis, coursing, boat racing, l
of the people of our
I i
-- baseball polo and every sport in I West I
[" whIch gentlemen: engage, both ama' Coast neighbor: are not much East Coast Lumber & Supply Co,
-"/ ested in the matter of whether"school
-a The plans I
=* ? & teur and professional. .
keeps or not," even though: the cues-,
:Manufacturers and dealer in 1
roughly, outlined, provide for international ;
Ion of a 1140,000 debt over their hinds
of at least
sporting carnival "

b ninety days duration from December was at.. stake. Lumber and Building Material
1'to March L The plans Include the
; -1 1 1I 1S
ix laying out of suitable grounds either
at Daytona or Palm,Beach At either I i Everything' to construct a home: "

place' fine facilities, can be obtained.i I
Inclining plenty-of water for boating lirkk. Lime and Cctnent, Pl.._.- :i-a .air. Sasl, Poors,'lilind.,'Paintn e_
and the Daytona beach provides an asF and Class, Roofing and Shca'.in!; P3.jr. Nail and
O E work, Drackets, Scroll and Cabinet work. Door and WindowreFraneea. t
ideal place for horse: racing, automo-
Door and Window Screen, MASUKY'S PAINTS, and \VAKMSUF
biling: And athletic sports. H. )L Flag-

& ler has taken to antomoblllng and it Winftnmithiduarantee Prices arc not always the lowest, but tock is always the best
gj' said good authority that he Kill
on I Yards at Titu\"ille. Eau r.allie. Fort Piere. Wj;"t Palm Beach
4tta > build fine roads around Ormond'and I

jgiig' ra SSSgrS* Palm Beach, which could be utilized, \' hill ure e

-- for fast and safe automobiling.

You May Crbo Home With Dade county soil and the energy

I with a wagon that everj-bodftal.es off his hat to i! yon with which its, truckers and growers to cure n
trade with ULVe are not given to extravagant itate-
are .imbued, a few weeks: from latvcrltaMadnxoaofln-Mrttb;
M mar.t+AAld.nrbttmeptuta0tyaayaaaoaedl.'w'
cling now will see the fields and tomato # Q .qe .11arbA ar//mi
patches freth run gr:*s. fisain with HY? blmpl/L.< 4n.npoaHERBINE tb. Sad tadirtto. -"
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CHILLSDENGUE y th. afatcm U Wally .noses?, A
prospects, of higher and better prices L aulatae,or oat duWq mineFat-okm.t, ,
Dente D iL it's Dun :'
and Harness never better. It will take more thanan OMe+Yh tltau. R.pauLrey peso.. +alat ad
occasional freeze drought or flood t
warrants ns in patting it ctrong. That experience proves that -
_: nothing satisfies so well as StUdebakers. We don't need to tell to drive out the kind of people" that GRIPPE xa
:- you that they are honest \\'ben01I have made yonr pornhase populate the lower East Coast, and the twvserta.wr.nvcrr,v.ry aas.L Ily say an f.i..r N. .r..p.r nra is.b. '
you go home satisfied and star satisfied. That's the kind of entire State of Florida. BlOoas Fever and all other oor.ee..AaF.r.Npa1w1-r.N,al4asj a n4rwwi.uw'Y.s.y. '1
customers we need in the building of oar-business.' That's why we.' Malarial Ills.SOeSSf ., SOoserlweU., AllDrnprlr.fFe
handle>e Studebaker line. .
De roe.........ualq"P? 1st vs II,.....II.aIi,.. Several frisky congressmen are get- aiy

.1.1. Bobbins & CO., 415 I2h! St., Miami, FIa.L .- ting themselves Interviewed in which 1--. ....w a.w aa..a. ... dos r

|. s. iii iii ii. i in nil..imi-rw.e.r.a nn_ ta.wabar,war'. they discuss what they are going to
...rte.wywb ry.r-sw.Ys.Jharw A's.-"-wlwa.l w.ta. do. They'had better see Uncle Joe

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I L"3IZ' 3'JEJQ11Zti92'JQ'JTd2'. George Merner,of this city has been I Mr. Haigh the owner of tho beautiful j .
a" LEGAL PAPERS. 2:!, 3, 4, S, 6. 7. 8, 9. )o. block 71, north.Miami i etable crop in that section, Mr."Bu' !
TOWN TOPICS. t com!Oi""ioocd notary public by Governor estate at Cat Kay. is again In the '
J i Broward. city with friends and acquaintances, rUm reports Is practically'a total loan:

%tCnC>9CC.PCiCZ(1841at1L(1BC,8CtCer I be having come over yesterday on his But to legal papers were dIed for Warranty deed Fort Dallas Land -Tampa Times.A 'J.1I

A suit In acsurnpftlt damages' $ISO I Arthur Powell, colored, charged with crack little yacht Carib. lie will make record In the clerk's office today as Co. to Henry Grossman for S950: lots I ,

% .waf'. fll..J in the clrk' ole ny SI D. assault, was arrested 1Vedneedayafter. I his stay Indefinite, possibly,ucUl late follows: I 17 and 18, block 97. north. Miami. Bible which Is said to have 'a M

Price. attorney for Cooler, & Homer I noon by Deputy Sheriff Moran, but in the season. Warranty deed J. N. Smith and wifeto i belonged; to Shakespeare and '11' _

f : vs.. Cha&,, Vesierkamp. 'i was released this doming at the pre-I I Warranty deed. G. A. Worley to Mrs. M. G. Lamb for fSOO south half had .autographs of his'Ia it.'recently':'

j i Uminary hearing before Justly HUL : The offices of tne Troplral Home Empire Scale and Fxture Co.. for $150 of southwest quarter section 27, town.I sold for 11,000 in London..' It'',was ala\

'> _________ lot 21. Pearson's sub-division of lots ship 38 south, range 38 easLDood. Imprint of the second edition 'ofj '
It is said that 'a wholesale liquor 1 j Investment Co. were moved yesterday 1 : :
I The illuminated canoe parade which S and G, of block 4. nub-division of sections International Improvement j King James .
I version.
Louee will shortly be established In from the Metropolis: building to f'
Mlatol was scheduled,to take place Thursday j 38, 39 and 40, township 51 south, Fund to a P. Clark for 75 by the Joseph Zapf Company |i j the new Roth building Just completed.Mr. .
was postponed unUl Saturday night range 41 eastWarranty acre, eighty acres In section 27.-township :I
i of Jacksonville i I Walter C. DeGanno, the architect, For'Sa,1 7!
owing to the weather not being favorable deed..Perrlne Grant Land 38 south range 38 east
I also moved his office to the samo build. '
r Ur.A.'R. Parrish, who has been confined for the eveut. j Ing. Mr. C. )oF. Rogers civil engineer, Co. to W. N. Voegtley for fCOO.OO Deed Model Land Co. to P.: E. C. '' Seed can, red. and ribbon. 112JO pert
twenty acres In section 14. township : Ry. Co. for II and other considerations '
room for the past two : will occupy the rooms vacated by the I I 11000
law' Wf'ek',with caWhal fever; is able to' IIr. Frnnk Carnegie a nephew of An- ( above L5 south, range 40'east.. all of lot 6, Mock 16,West Palm Beach I f. o. bo." Apply' to t

drew Carnegie, end son of Mrs Lucy Warranty deed, Sybil Jenkins to F. lying east and south of the
,be":out 'again though still weak and t i j :: ;I railroad I|j I .A. O. ESPY.. r4
Carnegie,,she owner of the beautiful E. C. Kelley for $30000 lot 5, block track I 1
.r showier the effect of 1Bness.a j There are now 23: prisoners confined .
> home and properties at Dungeness.Ga 19, Miami Deed. Alice Baldwin and husband j i Gllo!. Fls..
In the
county jail Four of them are !
S mittf'e .. is among the guests at thi Royal '';'arrantl'deed, Austin C. Starbird to Ralph D. Radet for |:3SO.: lot G,
The of the Ladies' !
I press white males, 1 white female 14 colOred
Lfternoon' i, Palm for an indefinite stay.. I and wife to Amanda J. Mann lor $450 block 22 subdivision Government lot
Club now.consists of Mrs.E. >
males and 4 colored females.; The .
i lot 17, block 90. }[lamL 2. In section:36. township 63. south, At
', A: lUckmers and Mrs. EL T. B)' Jg.< white woman was sent down from DuP onC \
The little tug Leo" owned by the Warranty deed. J. H. Tatum to Sarah range 41 east. .
having I r
ton, they been appointed by I Palm Beach to serve a sentence of
Manetto Is laid for M. Shattuc for $1,250
Company. up repairs certain land I
Mrs.; Frederick the president at the thirty days for living In adultery. She O-trum ;hi. _
K. If.
l' i and while on the ways her work bordering on Miami river and near returned morning
'' fart meeting. Is reported to be'quite 111 and is receiving Livery, ;,
2. l j, of, towing barges of mango bark!: and North River street from the Manatee river section Where ;, '

The Metropolis elves Its r.ead-j palmetto across the bay, is being done the best of attention possible Warranty deed Alice H. Burtch and he had) spent several days inspectingthe -
under the conditions.
with the Cook. husband to Delmar properties of the Providence Fruit ricl'SaleSiabl
ers more real live local and telegraphicsews I Zora. Captain c Skerrett for $1.00lots
'than'Uy-paper tn the world' la 6. 7. 9 and 10, block 100 north Company. This company has 750 '1!.

'a city as small as Kia D1.', And all fort f Ur. Robert R. Taylor till move his Postmaster BnJce gave an insight MIamI. acres'planted to oranges, grapefruit I Hstmgt! '
into the crowded
the small.cam of ten' cents.a' week. : l.w'&Dd Insurance offices into the condition of Warranty deed. Francis Augusta and lemons, mostly la the vMnlty,, of -
the city when he aeI'to a Metropolis
-' : Roth building near the court bouse. Hewitt to Alice H. Bnrtch for 11.00 Palmetto. Mr. Buffum states that all *

A marriage license was issued Monday The rooms be vacates .in, the Frlssellbunding representative thai he had spent 'a lots 8. 7. 9 and 10, block 100 north of the fruit on the trees was rained Can the tapply east eats anyone. with oa

: from the,office of County JudgeHtystr. win be occupied by R. H. good part, of two days looking for Miami. by the late fraessv However his company Males, Horses, Bar

s :to P. ,W. Douglas, aid''HissJtary'McJUe Seymour. rooms for s+nne! friends who are to Warranty deed Edwin B. Bradley has shipped nearly an of its trait ness and single or double

)(al; :Kr. Douglas to of arrive shortly, and bad failed to find and wife to Alice B. Smith toe SUM and.Is not a very heavy;sufferer oa Bujrjrles and "-<<.,
The exterior of the Watson any desirable ones. Miami must have other this account. 'He dues not think one at reasonable price,
Douglas' Grove, a I4 Miss May of,Cocoa. new and considerations part of lot .
v. The young lady was'one of Dsdecounty's : building at the comer of Avenue D more cottages, apartment houses and 2;section 14, township 44 south, nag old trees are seriously, Injured but

lay, most popular school teachers. and Thirteenth street is now'aeany mall hotels, 42 east Is of the opinion that manof the .;
Write Bin at flu iDOTetidrfl
r. completed and Contractor Hahn has Warranty deed. John C. Gifford to young trees are kJDecL'n.. great veg- i
Miss Daisy Carpenter, who suffereda his men at work"on the interior. This Cards have been received here announcing D. c. Roberts for $225.00 1 1-2 acres r

severe 'attack of pneumonia:while building when complete beside beingone the marriage of Mr. Hugh In section 29, township 54 south range
Perdval Inabnett well known In Miami
t attending school in Philadelphia'and, of the most substantial and modern 41 east, ate
to Miss Lucy Bloodwortb of Savannah {
who with her sinter. Miss Louise, returned will be one of the most attractive. tbat'eftI'' Warranty deed. Amos B. Cutler to WHALER
la on the ICth last
boate"reeenUj1s, fast regainIng : structures In the'dt,,. Tropical Home Improvement Co. for
Mr. Inabnett at.one'Ume
was agentof
her DOt.her' .
her health at home 115.0080Uth 138 feet of lot 17, block
at Cvcoaant Grove, which is glad'and ,Although the freeze was most.disastrous the Southern Express Company Ir 64. Miami- '

interesting Dews to her: Many,frlen to the' tomato crops the local this city and now fills a similar position Lease C. S. Cook to John MarkYfor
.C = market is ,well and In Tampa. Miss Bloodworth Is Everyone who
now supplied some five years the .entire' store and brick buys .
,Among the prominent: guests now shipments are going forward in small one of the most popular young ladlesin
lot 3 block
on 122. Miami
at'the"Royal 'Palm are. )(r-' and Mrs quantities..: At Jandon's,:commission the Forest City and the friends hereof that Diamond of: feels '
part now occupied as a so- us -
4 .George Lander'and Miss' Lander, 'of house this morning there Were displayed the groom wish for him and his Intended
loon by,,the said C. S. Cook.
PttUtrarx- Mr. Lander a eog'.ID.&IId bride all of life's successes and
a number of crates of the fruit Warranty deed. L. C. Weathersbee
a,partner:'of :Andrew Carnegie, the that have made'Dade county ffmnmt.an happiness. to Hector Mnnro for ILOO and other that he or she has'secured a good

great !!steel' magnate' ,'who'Is:expected ,In good condition and quoted,_ at During the month of January fourteen considerations lots 5 and C, block bargain. Ire intend t everyone
to come here shortly, to'make. 'a from IU5.to 1140,per crate. that
? '- marriage, licenses were Issued 17. Bobbins, Graham A Chiillngworthsubdivision shall feel wall Every

lengthy stay... of section, 21, township 'gem we sell must be inguali-
a > One of the oldest.and roost rigorously from the office of County Judge Hey right ,
t ser. seven white and seven colored 53 south, range 41 east ty,' COWl cut and price. We have a
The Gloria, which has bn on the enforced rules,In: the"newspa ,
ways of:the Miami Beat:Works:for 'per business is,that .no'"communication couples.. The white couples were P. Warranty deed J. B.:Scales to'Jobn -Y-I. some nice ones to show_ you .,' .-. ..* : :
Douglas for 1300.00 ten acres In section
W. Berkhanser Mrs. M. G. Crouch
the for ubUe&tJon'wD1 be ;
past couple of.days cleaning and ] used unless
W. A. and Miss Isabel 17 township 64 south range 41
Hendry Mont'gbmery.
; r :repainting her)ottf m. ,was launched It" has a responsible name behindIt ..
: John 0. Dunham and Miss east
:this morning,' and in ber place there' Yet. every' Important newspaper '
LOlie Flowers. W. L. Newbold and W.rrantdeed., Fred DIckerson and :
was hauled out the launch-yacht LW la the country receives every week a
wife to Chas. H. Garthside for $240 The JewelerRACKET
Miss May A. Raulerson. E.; C. Romfh '
set for the purpose of inspecting and number of contributions Tiolatjng this M1Je
; and MUs Marie A. ,deCamp J. C. and other CODsIderaUou'IOUtJa 1-3 of
; examining tun., simple and ,plainly necensaryregula: ,
southeast 1-4 of southwest 1-4 of southeast
O'Neal and Miss Wllla Belle Corpew.F. .
J tJo I. The News Leader finds It necessary '
_ i During the nxmth'of'January there to cal:lattentlon 'to thla'matter.. W. Douglas and Miss Mary'McRaeMay. 1-4, section 22, township south-
2.n filed in .the! clerk's office 228 paper regularly every three or,fonnuontns range, 41 eastWarranty
deed. Frank C. Beedea to
*.. Of the number. were"deeds; Richmond :News. Leader.., i
The Miami Athletic Club which was Chas. H. Garthside for $1.00 five acres
8f mortgages.lgsatlsfactlops'ot mortgacesi I I.Jesr.e : '
Pyles,', white an'employee of scheduled to hold Its regular monthly In section 22, township 63 south
7 Mvjimi{ffions;:4 ,lea ea; 2 d* I
the Miami Works, Thirteenth meetin. last night In the directors range 41 east ,
1t creel; 1, crOi) lien; :3 lot contracts; 1 Novelty t>n, room
amended"charter>l'; ,1'lis penrtenst: Fat :. street and' ,Avenue E, suffered of the Fort Dallas National Bank,will ,. Deed F. E. C. Ry. Co.. to Frank C. e ,

_?%'f fidavit. ,beai.les',, several plats; attach)i. a very painful accident yesterday af- defer the same until tomorrow: night Belden for$5&67 five acres In section
nents and; awdgunteuls. ]' rnoon' by being struck: in the face when it will be held at the same place. 2:. township 63: south range 41 east o I II I IS THE PLACE I x't

,j| by a piece of plant which he.was'edg. This is on account ,or \he preliminary Deed.. F; E. C. Ry. Co. to Fred Dickeraon -

,Do not 'forget'that! the Weekly- Ms- j lug ,..lth'one of'the buzz'saws. The arrangements necessary to amend the for $C9S9 five acres In section h

i $ tropolU circulates: largely U every part I I flesh about the face and nose was badly charter having not been ,completed.The 22, township 53 south range 41 east., Letter filc..... ... .. . . . ".'.',30c a

R AT Dads'county, besides going'to about; lacerated. but 'outside of-'this the directors, :will also meet it the Quit-claim, deed \L E. Tuttle and Japanese matting .. . . : j1&0

fetes hundtgd postofflces outside of* injured man suffered no ill effects The same time and place. It is probablethat wife to Joseph F. Conova for 5.00 lot 0 Fibre lunch boxes... ... .. .... . .-..-lOc; a 'j,'

Beat cloth window ahade . ... ,. . 25c,
accident active win be taken this 7. block 99. north Miami. 0
s XlaaiL There J8 no other advertising was caused by,the.plank Jamming steps at
Toilet .... .. . '
arrangements Warranty deed Frits Jacobson and paper t>k&.w. .. .. 5c
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medium to compare with 1CMr. at the'sawand' being thrown meeting to perfect for e Men's nia ershtrte. ..... ,.. . . ..25c'Fine 0; '
back with great force striking Pyle.who : the ,building of the club house and wife to'Model Land Co. for $l. and toilet best make 2 for
i 0 soaps, ....:;.. 5c, e ; ,
e J.F. Bari shaw, of Lai kinswu was at.the end, of It gymnasium. valuable considerations Jot 2, ,east 0 5, 10 and 15c a cake. .

:lathe" 'city. Wednesday. and reports --'---" half lot 3. all of lot 4, block Slots. 1 s t
things are not so bad with him'as theymight The cooking' leSsons delivered by Mr. F. E., Bettes. the, well known &lid'4. block 9 section 29; west half 0 .

have been. He brought In seven Mrs:, Ewing at the Fair,building are fruit grower came In on Thursday lot 2.:and all of lot 3. block IS, of section ,

crates of fine tomatoes and out of still growing, popularity'.with the from his grove which is about four 28. al 1m township 51 south range

ra ten-acre'crop only about.ftyper; housekeeper and matrons of'Miami, '. miles from town and brought. with 42 east and aggregating 60 acres moreor 0o

cent was lost by,the freeze: He also and as a result an" unusually large him a wagon load of oranges.' The J.... The Racket 'Store

saved a' fine, lot of' plants'and: hut'crowd was present at the lecture yesterday : golden fruit showed no effects of the Deed. Mary Collins et al, to Lewis e

:k set them in the rows where. the older afternoon whIcJa',YU 'very instructive recent freeze. The owes were J. Bennett for $1 ud other considerations e

: ,plants were. .killed. and ,much appreciated., : heavy Juicy and sweet as'houey. In all of the southeast quarter of 0 HANDLERS OF'SOLD! KVKRYTHINO.KVKRYTIIIXG CHEAPER

.- -----. Among those present were;' Mrs. I reply to a question. )Ii. :Bettea stated section 14 township 63 south,, range e

a lira'Bode Anna Brace,. aged '29 Frederic.: Mrs' 'Kirk. Mane-'Mrs. I that the 'oranges in his wagon had 41 east containing 161 acres. e 1211 Are. D W. H. Challle & Son, Prop

years, died la. this;city Monday .of Dorn., Mrs. Meade.;. Mrs:,Relily Mrs. been picked yesterday. While they ap Warranty deed. J'r&DIt"Oallat and e Ot"o

w tuberculosis. Deceased accompanied Garthslde. Mrs. Patterson Mrs. Doan. peared to be in normal condition Mr. wife to James OTtooke for $100,and .e Oe0 000 e0 .eeo0

by her husband and child came; to Mi Mrs. White Mrs.,Lummus,'Mrs, Lof Bettes ,Mid that they had suffered other valuable considerations lots 1; .S

r.$ and some little time ago In hopes that ton. Mrs. Rlckmers Mrs.: faris Mrs. from the freeze. inasmuch as that ._ '= o- -" __ _

the invigorating >ad- balmy climate : Frisbee Mrs.' Hunter. The next lecture they win not keep for any length of ,
night Restore' her to health, but 'too i will be given next Friday after time but for Immediate consumption !layc.Yo.See. The Mew

late for.any good to be derived. The noon. is i
are as good before they were exposed
has been Prepued.by Undertaker BUFFALOMOTOR
to the recent cold ens p.-St. :
; King 'wad will be shipped to Nash- ,Miami. has a number of industrious Augustine Record.

vflte' tonight for Interment the bereaved and zealous idles ,who are wot kins: .

husband and afflicted offspring hardier a coteete.&IId up-to-date li Sunday morning Ed Wright of Clay

i accompanying the corpse brary. It takes the'taffies to bring county arrived here looking for his I'---I "

A success to efforts diluted toward effecting wife. It Teems Uu>t he and his wife Ire a 7 a

Mr. Adolph'Topperwetn. of Baa Antonio this end.; Nearly every city Georgians, were living happily In Clay

r' Tau. r prdecl as''thorld'a that Is proud of owning a library,owes' county until Samuel Nichols appearedand -

greatest rifle shot gave an" exhibition it all to' the lady residents. Miami made love to the wife. Nichols

''of his skill yesterday afternoon on the I win thus to them'b,< indebted fo*then eloped with the woman and came herewith All the latest improvement. Two

'Royal Palm beach adjoining the Boulevard 'our women folks take to a thing suc her land her: two children in November and 4 cjlinder Free from smoke

and,whIcJa'consiated of cracking cess'is promised from the first step.I and 'were living west of town. .i-mcll noise and vibration. Speed l'W5 Model 40 h. p.

ants breaking'bottles,or hitting any I There Is need .of help though, notwithstanding I Wright bad the couple arrested Mon under ABSOLUTE CONTROL. Make and break or jump spark. Motors in stock for Immediate -

object thrown Into the'air..' ,Mr. John the ladles are so inergetlc .
day for living In They were 40
adultery. delivery. 2 to horse
c power. Every motor '
Boa. a ah t&unelpert, also gave an and the !. guar.
": men runt < > Uv'lr part. tried before Justice Teachy Tuesday
anteed. mailed
exhibition of.shooting, the feats being When the ladles call on than for assistance and bound ore to court. The man Elegant catalogue on request

witnessed. by quite a crowd,of hotel I' for ,such wib.'lc enteiprlsus,I was sent to Jail In Arcadia and the Geo. R. Wallace .
guests and other The gentlemen it is their duty to respond, for e\'Cy''
: woman was let go without ball. The LOFTON & EINIG
vfll give another exhibition of their cenltbus contritn ed U l\vested la G'I': father secured his two'children.-Flori West Palm Beach :: Miami; \

aklll at tIe'.Rzn place'this afternoon.' good work i i Ma (Wauchulsl Advocate. ,



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': i TOWN TOPICS., ; 'ifl and; Embalmer ,
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1300; AVENUE I)
|T;J .A suit In aesumpstt damages f 200.00lias' :
been filed in the county court by' lcrMHiBi Attention Given to Al' Call. Florida.
Depositary State of
: 'the Phoenix'Planing Mill against the .
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e Capital City BuDdlng Co. 'Mrs R. D., Maxwell sang at the M. Mrs. James G. Hunter baa presented 1 .

E. Church South yesterday morning the library of the Ladles Afternoon : -
Horse for'sale 211 Second meet.
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and those who have heard her need Club with the following new'books: The '

; '. City lIar8I&1 Flanagan requests all not to be told that the song was most ,The Prospector Ralph Connor and ,

.11f parties having lost tools, pumps boats beautifully rendered and highly appre Romola. Adam Bede, Daniel' Deronda .

s' or'any other thing trom'thelr crafts ciated. Miss Marie Rush is the organist Felix Holt-all by George Elllot. Mr.
this InSures W. H. Gregg, of the yacht Orion, has
; to report the. same* to him or'Dock. at this church,
as ''Vaster KeUum as soon as possible.ft most excellent music for this also given us a copy of his valuable I FirstNatBankMiami

t -. church and congregation. work. Where When and How to Catch
Fish on the East Coast of Florida.
- TJse Bradley ertOUers. tor all erope.t .
J: ..K L mmu-. Agent Complete llue: of Watches. and Clocks These gifts are very much appreciated. ,
': : ,'f at Maynard's Optical and JewelryStore '

tContractor J. R. Scott has secured Avenue D. Florida
the Wanted.-18 or 20 foot dory-sail
*, :the contract for, .bunding a seven ,
'*, room house which Is to be located on Mr. Hetherington is busy at worksecuring I I preferred. Apply R., M. Monroe, Cocoanut : .
L\B Fourth street between'Avenues B and data and ads for the souvenir, I Grove.
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.. : edition of the News. He Is an excellent I r
$: The many friends here of Mr. W. W.'
lIe..paper man and an all round
,!$' .'JW'wat4; < 'repaida&tqMiyaar4t ; i first-class printer. The SUB-:predicts Harris Inspector 01 customs of the I. OFFICERS: DIRECTORS:
,. : port of Miami will regret to learn that I I' ,
> } eti Auras D., Work roe ni., prtoser that he win make a success of the
narosabk.Cbarlk" venture.- Lakeland Sun. Mr.; Hetherington he has"resigned his position, and will I'E. \ "
'1. : leave the first of next week for Tampa OHON.
secretary and
',i I was formerly t ., M. Brelsford, President .
berth of
Robinson. colored, wbo has where he will take up the A
:;; treasurer,of the Miami -printing Co. 1
";b ,bees wanted for: the past four or fire I -. -, purser on the P. A O. 8. S. OWvette,

;,j. months for, stealing a bicycle from,; If you want'to not a on the run between that port and Havana. Edwin A. Waddell, Vice-Pres. .WM. H.GRAHAM, PltUBMfe; faPresident' n

'tf-Kttgene Porter captured Tuesday' Mr. Harris win be succeeded ,
|: was BOOM for tbj.iiuoa.wTlt to J. H.Tataa ; Mercantile Trwt Ce.a
< morabI& 117 Deputy Sheriff Moraa. He ; ,. here as inspector of customs by Mr. William
A Co'veal : ,..tLi A. Vice-P
Spitzer ,
'wBl be siren a hearing this afteraooa.J : W. T. Farris, at present night inspector es. C.,FKIMCLL.. Mia l, Fla
?r i -< ru ** in the service here.
... The burning out of a chimney la the same E. M."MBUFOKO,preeMealJ.
Te Loan On improved Edward C. 'Romf ,
t Money prop, on CashierI
street '
Dewey :cottage Fourteenth .

'; "' danibter, and at wnsoa,* ."..' U> : '. '
lira J. W. '
Watson fire alarm to be sounded and I W. ... BURDINC,,Merchant. .
r,:son )faster Jack; have arrived-from "excitement was caused by.'the j _
Mr. Locke Addlson, notary:public, ,
J.. KlssJmmee, and will, make their. fg. firemen daMngdown ,the,street'to went M. IC.8ALRURYPitWur'Pa' .
down to Punta'Rassa, Monday ,
:: tm tome here,,'occupying their rfcsl- wards: ,the business portion of the Uniform President Midland Ceal Csiayaay. 3y
where at 7 p. m. he united in, marriage Courtesy to
dunce .at the corner of .Fourteenth town but befon'the7' reached the fire '
1' Philip Bernard Santltl, of Miami, and W. H. SPITZCR, Vice-Preside?.
be he the
-"tutreet. and Avenue B.. the Cause had been remedied and other every patron ,
lef P
Miss Josephine J., Brown; Punts
_J>;,J : service 1leee sU.r7. t, Rasaa. TU{ eeremouioeeurre.x'at the \ modest saver forahome' C.: C. CHILLINOWORTH, Attorney.
1.1 For,8ate.-Near Miami; five acre*: .
: ..110 grapefruit trees; 5.000 pineapple Aetna dynamite and _ppn.'far home of' the bride's mother and was' or the controUerofvast E. A.'WADDELL,VICe-Pndd'' d,'
+ P. O. Box 62VMlamI. Fla.' ,' witnessed i by a large number of Real [state.A. "
; .. ale'by,Lummus tt SeweO. .eN'aened business interest . i: ,
: friends who with elegant .
.it' The large 1&uch'Luc1Je." engaged as The, British schooner ,Hattie Dan f refreshments. The happy couple have P. ANTHONY. Antheny Bros. p
1": a['.tender to the F.E. CRy, surveyors Into gone to Miami to reside.-.Punta (}0r- caru4
ling. Captain Thompson, came M. SHANAHAH Rapids Mick
: .
at work la'the keA, .went cion'iCm da Herald:
port last Tuesday front*Nassau,'>,Bahamas Treat. BtseelTs. Carpet tweeper
this ..merging loaded top her with a cargo of 10,000 oranges. We Gash. Travelers Letters of Credit ...

;gunwales with. provisloni and,,sup- 200 bunches of bananas,'other fruItastraw Bradleys fertilisers are the.bestFor EDWARD,C. ROM! -plies.., sate by 3 K. r....-"' *r*' t' *
ki. hats'mats etc;;. besides sixteen '
,t -and'' ;?' white.
colored immigrants two '
.. Tomorrow nlgbt the second of the
3' r Farmers wishing to borrow
The of the : number' is J 15 : ,

r+>1l-.,Vest should: Palm addressRealty Beach; Fla..Mortgage. Co. ling yeas: bad,youngest and a,the pleasant'.o des(and;6Z.;'uneventful:.fte. Dar season's.la the aeries- Royal of water Palm sports cuba wffl pool beheld i p,w wWe: : pay :3 per cent ',;, '>:

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IDA win consist of handicap swim
," a "
;, .AH of the local,hotels excepting the ,across.1 1trip : ming 'race, canoe tit uL''' walklag the on savings accounts : ;

i+',Boysl Palm bar beG filed to their' If yoi went to Improve yow proper I gnasypole, the evening to close withaa 1

t*rdr test capacity far 1 e'ftral4a1a&l4, for theparpae'try innowaUon la the shape of a water .
need to borrow
ty. and. money- of _
ffcIsltors; ; are Zeroed to' secure. private Qeo..O' Carrie.' Attorney I: ', theatrical performane' in:which ,h Solicits. Account .
"' and accommodations ,though Ku' Chamberlain, Capt Chas.'Ball,
.' rooms, West Pate Beach. ) M
;.1'they' too, are'pWnc very scare In si-law.: : Jeff Gautier," R. B.'Seegar. J..Bancroftand Firms and I dividL als. Safe Deposit POXCS for ''Rentt'

cS ; the center.of the towns .,Richard Alexander, colored.'charged Percy CavtU. wffl participate. A .. .

with the laJ'eenT.ora'nyolyer from prise of 15.00 will be given for the winner .
i i, .If JOB,want fertfflsera consult J.'lL: the 1W'dll'ar.atore of J.iW.; Watson of the. greased pole content:(; -- I ,

Lama ,agent. for: the' oldreliablettBradley It"' eo::,- wu'arratgued before'Justice w : I, "

'x; ., %' goods. Hill this morning on the charge of larceny For Sate.-Thoroughbred,White Leghorn .......................... '
cockerels nine months old, $1.60. .
:F '. of a'revolver and sentenced to b
.' C.,1I&1I1&I'd' Eggs,for hatching f 1 dozen. Troop ,
"" yvs. Dr.,Ws. has'purchased PaJ,a fine of $50.00or cast observe per ,
,i i i'of )[n., C. Fred Blackburn., through three months in'the county d Jim auc. Poultry Farm Enterprise. Fla., '

heragent, B. B. Tatum the Fourteenth Betook the latter route of regaining ,
t' street cottage bow occupied by 'Captain'Thompson of'the schooner
) his'liberty.- revolver found
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;..,'! .-,Krs., Leola Tatam. After' biay first in. Alexander's possession. Hattie Darling arrived- In port last Burdine & Quarterman'. l
'Y ,Dr. sad Mrs. Maynard will occupy the Tuesday bringing.. of the wrecka r.

l'o r.cottage,'they'baring purchased ,as Wanted*-10 men U each State to few days ago on one of the keys of ,

": ot;;;if;:a,,.permanent- home'for- themselves. travel! .tack signs and'dUtrtbute\ .samples the Bahama group of the Key West ,
aehc men."Tbree Brothers though the ,
z ;'Wafttacl.-To exchange a sarbarbinresidence I and circulars'of- our' goods.; Salary creW:was saved. ,There < 'are, ;two
:.175-00Pr month. fXOO per day
I sear New York for a'grove
schooners named Three Brothers hailing "
for expenses, Kuhlman Co:: Dept 8 '
d't property la Dad county. Address "M. '
from Key West, and Just which fIRSTS 10WINGS. '
Atlas. building. Chicago. .
'"careThe, Metropolis.- one of them is the wreck is not bon I
'. i :It Is rumored that 01;great philenthroplst 1 Fred 'Pfeifer, an old Florida Journalist though ItIs, believed to 'be the 'oDe '
at' time connected with that was In this port last summer for : Of SPRING
.' ,' Mr. Andrew Carnegie. ", U1vl and ODe : .
several weeks and which attended a ,
K lt Miami at on'early date. This is the Florida .Times-Union,has embarked '. ,
"'!tot yet'UI\U'e'J. .but, nevertheless, H la business for himself, and Is BOW crew of painters at work oa the lighthouse. :
,....1"" along'this' cosst. If so.thelou DRESS fABRICS ::,
: .sincerely. hoped, .that Miami'win. hustling for the publication of a macastneto <, ;
be known. the Tourist and is heavy,1 this was a large and .
have -aa opporttmity of Mr. .
..fj .ahoYiq.r. "
j substantial two masted vessel..' ,, '
{ ",Carnegie what her: '1Io. !taUty ;aDd Bomeseeker a 'deyer:bookd81'Otecito '
-,!rwh t her delightful climate are.: the Interests of tourists and seek ,For .ae.-.The famous Toqnet gasoline 1 z.

ifi 'I en'after health,:pleasure and profit 'niarlDemoion. The best In the .' -- ,
:Try;the Meat thing .tn drted ash.Blscayae Be is meeting with the same gratify 'I.I ,
'"' world for launches and for auxiliary I ,
cod. at Wilson ftFlyrt US ing success here that he baa elseWhere .'
i use in saOlng craft Dr'Op"apoatal .
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'\ la the State and expects to bring out .
...: .4.Several carloads of,log'pilings for his first Issue brim fun t'choice' 4yertlllDi I card to C. F. Norton.Cocoa. ::. ". .-1 magnificent and unmatched array .

:+:'uise,In rebuilding the ,beacon of, the and reading" matter: and todiztdbute' .oj new gown materials representing -. .,

,"(channel: as followed and used by the it to more than fifty thousand sAMATTFROfHEAirhPOWDER '
the choicest weaves most beautiful .
< .
,t':pr AO.S., & Line to and from the'ocean subscribers '

7 have. arirted In the terminal > :. colors or cOllllJ nations and exquisite : q

,yards. These beacons win be rebuilt LAUNCH FOR' SALE.. a 0\1. designs of foreign t& domestic coaxers \

.by the, iteamer Biscayne after the.-re- Strongly built, good speed. In thorough w

.'..$',tarn fri.m the keys! ,a f....da1l hence repair.' Length 27 feet beam.'I .

with the Flagler party aboard. 1-2 feet New Loiter 11.21 b. K,.engine d'A \ '

with two complete sets of parts ,
b' : Writing tablets and, rtattozery for -- -
Including shafts, wheels, pump reversing .
}: sale at,J. B. ScreY drug store.; gears etc.;'also a new lighter :
Southwest of'Ave. C rand 12th St.
f: corner
; Parties having business on the water forty feet 0ng.iwelve feet broad-will

J,: ,at the head of .the bay yesterday carry 1.000"crates tomatoes-with an t tAKurd

,4 1.report finding benumbed; and In a help. chore and all eq'ulpmenta.., Write

:].- less'condition forty tarpon: 'or:, "silverX Ward OFoster,'Palm'Beach, or Robert : ,

: king" ranging. In,weight, from elgh- T. Kyle; Fort Lauderdale, where' ; td

j.' ;;.teen to one hundred pounds. Tarpon launch and upter'maf be seen ............ i.................... ...... .....i.............................
:;;,are said,to be very"sensitive to the ,, .. .
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cold.:,mach more so' than' any other Wanted A good steady hand for -
and. It Is' a 'very frequent thing farm work. Good wages'and: a good There will, be no change In the date and In answer to rumors taat on accuuut of vegetables and truck oa the market

', ;them to be found In a benumbed place for the right man. Apply to 3. Absolutely Pure of the Dade County Fair. This Is the r( Uitf recent crld'spi nih aaln by that time and the fair win
References announcement made by Secretary damaged crops it would be postponedto be as good as It would had tits frees ;
; condition. where, they are caught In w. ConneU Danla.}FL! <<*
,;;tJIaUoW' water during a cold snap* exchanged, dw HAS HO SUSS7I7V7E, and General Manager E. 3: Blackman, a later date. There will ifs plenty not occurred ... *, - .

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:ali i I Iii It I NO ZION CITY and they would give him another,hit. PUBLIC SCHOOL NEWS.The I during! the holiday recess,, still being.; hare their foundation at the borne
FEDERATIONISTSHICT Then it would be given to the Associated unfinished the old building cannot be r In which they are raised..
Press for distribution and thusit locked and some disappointed theatergoers
FOR THIS SEGTIO'Nj would go. Everywhere the Apostle past week has been marked by committed several unsightly I I II 4,
I OFFICERS:i would travel, he would be met with'' the lowest attendance of the term In depredations upon the walls of Miesllrown'a I, Now that Tom Lawson has corneredthe ,
market with finance
' frenzied literature
; these sensational tales. "We have
1 room Wednesday night.
the Miami public school
I ;: be said, "scrapbooks filled with probably on complaint Is made because.he
j news. account of the cold weather.I't '
j paper articles about me First Apostle' unusually The offenders perhaps do i-ot know has pushed the price up'a lltUo.
I OF THE FIRST APOS- and For cone of the rooms have heaters that such offenses break the statutesof -

FOR'. ENSUING YEAR-BUSINESS TLE TO HIS PEOPLE ARE HIGH I There our people.is uo need for wonder that and the oil stores had little or DO effect the State of Florida and parents The stage Is going! to lose,mother ,

OF SESSION CLOSED YESTER TONED AND FOR THE BEST the AposUe Is not In love with the I pupils in warming! con-fortable.them up and keepingthe I should either give their boys money, one of Its trllUant lights, John L.Sulllvau .
,, DAY AND DELEGATES BAN! SAYS MR. REECE. i press. I to pay their way into the playhouse or announces that he will give
QUETED AT ROYAL .PALM; i! t I On account of the work to the buildIng ,: keep them at home. Officers hesitate It up and take to the lecture' plat
,, .. I I which should have been finished to arrest boys for offenses they know form.

.( I II I j! RIVER AND BAY THIEVES. -- -- --- --- -- ---- --

Owing to the gross injustice which ----
The Tenth Annual Convention oi I'I I
has, far time been done First
the Federation of Woman Clubs of past I River anl bay thieves have been .
Dowie of the Zionists, by the I = Residences
Apostle F:
Florida assembled In this city Wednesday I I but-rating extensively on the waterfront
press of the world, It might be said, v I is : tIf'i '
came to a close yesterday afternoon I for the past few weeks with the
it is matter impobt.1;jic tor a newspaper i
when the final business of a result that a number of thefts sndJ
reporter to have an interview
feel:session was finished and officers depredations of and from craft have: ,
: with the Apostle. Reporters who are I!
,for the ensuing year elected as follows posted have almost abandoned hope II' occurred. There Is no clue to their.1{ ,

: -j along this line. The Apostle's! trip Identity, but the boat owners arej I AA7 .J [ b t % 'A"J'
here to the far South has given Plan 'I' a'M' l il r* ,,a- ,\ 2, %' 1C -1 :.+ ,. .{ .r
Pa- i
: { President-Mrs. S. P. Adam, of aroused to the fact that something I I h wi ;: 4r st: r: {r.., r.C
ida opportunity of learning Yv
i.JaLkL 'this reporters from! an the unfailing teacher mast be done, and It will not bet! ', .: j ..ytr4wk +
First rio/"Presldcnt-ltnI. J. S. healthy for the culprits If they are I
Experience. Last evening, however, i
:t' Frederick, of Miami. at nine o'clock two representatives caught up with. j r ter ',if

: Second,,rlce-Preaident=- Mrs Price. of the local press CoL ,Bylngton of A few weeks ago a tender riding

I i of Ormond.. the News, and a representative of the from the arm of one of the steam
, Recording,Secretary-Miss Kathryn. Metropolis were cordially received at yachts in port f Thorp:of Daytona.Treasurer the Royal Palm, by Mr. Oran Reece, was stolen during the night. The ._ ii J" vrt -', -vuvtW" HTTH -/*"-
f -Mrs. Brush of Tampa. private secretary.to the First Apostle, next day while another yacht was
Miss and were accorded a pleasant-interview I
I j Corresponding Secretary going to sea the boat was picked up
*,, rosby., and a delightful social chat near Cape Florida with the painter
, Auditor--:Mra, Phillips of Gainesville Many subjects were discussed which coiled in Its bow; which is evidence I "
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k. .. It was mutually understood were not and did < ;
that it was stolen not go T. CLJL_ !. .. ..r7..La --J'ia
,g. Corresponding Secretary to General for publication. adrift as would have been' the poslpllity *-I
Federation: -Mrs.''W. W. Crammer, of Remains of the Late Attendant bad the painter been dragging

Jacksonville.. It will be recalled that, on last In the water.
DurIDCbe' afternoon Mr*. Kirk Tuesday, the Metropolis contained a Several other boats have been stolen ''
,Xanroe addressed the convention on full account of the rather sudden since then but In each case they
Early Clab W.,in South Florida death of CoL Cart F. Stern aboard have been found., either adrift or
which was moat Interesting and gladly the Miami The Colonel accompanied moored In some other place,, which Indicates
' rec tYed. ,r by Deacon S..H. DePe.... had secured that they were taken and used W.
Resolutions of thanks for hospitalities transportation to Nassau and was en for pleasure or other purposes and ,
3 and favors extended were tendered route to Join the Flat Apostle and then abandoned. Other owners hart
the ladles Afternoon Club the party, when death overtook him. He also reported their boats belnj entered
Housekeepers Club; and to Mrs Swing was a very valuable person to the at night and tools, pumps; 'etc, carried I
a Mrs. McCabe. Mrs Kirk )Monroe First Apostle and all the Zionists, having away. '
Mrs J. & Frederick Mr. H. W..Mer been personal! Attendant to the The latest theft however, and one I '

> t rill.1 the'retiring officers the railroad Apostle for ten rears. He had filled which shows the boldness of,the parties g Business Blocks / 8 I

and the press also important positions at Zion City thus operating occurred Thursday
last night Mr. H."W./'ilerrm. manager being marshal of the city and chief of night, when the splendid round
of the Royal Palm Hotel tenderad the fire department lie wu a beloved bottom mahogany ,skiff owned bj
reception to the ladles ot, the and revered Zionist Dock Master U. R. Kellnm. of the .
Federation, which was one of the most The remains accompanied by Dr. A. Royal Palm dock, was taken from her ,
r elaborate and enjoyable eYer'held.at Gladstone Dowse LLJ), son of 'L. .t + tt +: ,--
y J. ( berth and carried away since which f a Rdayq ,yam +!+ "' : ")
4 this popular feoetiery. the Apostle, and Deacon DePew left nothing has been heard of It '
; This morning the visiting delegates on the 7:10 north-bound 'train last The boat was moored close to the
'( departed' for,their respective, homes evening and it 'isexpected they'will I yacht Clara upon which Commodore

after' having one of the most pleasant reach Chicago Sunday moraine, from Hughes was sleeping, and who/says
and instructive sessions of the Federation whence they will be conveyed to Zion he heard a noise about the place It
" of,Women's- Clubs ot Florida.: City for Interment The ceremony : was tied during the'late'hours ot the
I to beheld In one of the tabernacles night but presuming It to be some t
TO' PREVENT PIGEON' SHOOTING. which will seat more than seven thousand fisherman; landing he did not invest- I (

people, will be Impressive e. and gate it, though It is probable that the ,
_k : St..Augustine. Humane. Society Begins Dr. Dowie will be the personal representative thief or thieves were then making off 4 ialtf t4 I% s, 1 '" .."r-.3P
.ft'Active Crusade.' t of his father,at the service.. with the boat Mr. Kellum feels his .L ; .., r

S Yesterday afternoon just prior to loss very badly and will prosecute the
:The ,St. Augustine Record, ,In ,its'report the departure a memorial service. .. guilty parties tf apprehended.PECULIARITIES .'
of an effort by the Humane Society conducted here by the First Apostle -

.of that ,city'to abolish the trap himself. c-r 'r"y 'x }F'Mw ey t : r:. "
': of lire birds (pigeons)" : OF FREEZE. ,,
shooting says CoL Stem was Injured. sometime I 1th' 'SS M air: er {; 4
t3. Much indignation was expressed at ago while assisting! In the construction .
the; shipping of large' .quantities, of of a tabernacle In Chicago, having pXyL

'lire,birds to Palm ,Beach for.. trap one side strained about the chest The damage .to the plants shrubbery -

4 shooting..and a resolution wu'adopt- This, it Is believed, brought on., or and flower beds In the Royal
'- d'to.address & letter to Mr. Henry hastened pleurisy the latter causing Palm Grounds and Parka by the 'recent

'r' MFlagler, signed 1 by an the members death. cold Is not near u bed as was at
q: asking him to'use his,, Influence, to: Owing to her feeble condition lira. first feared and anticipated. This was
abolish, lire bird shooting at that re- Stern will accompany: the First the statement of Chief Gardner An

r4 i sortIt Apostle and Secretary Reece back to ... this morning who has carefully tI
was,further:resolved to have a Nassau. examined every variety of plant
Jaw dratted forblddJJl& trap shooting '. No Zion City Here. and with very few exceptions all of the "
of lire, birds.and the Importation -The First Apostle said the secre growth damaged win soon have come M
them Into the State for that purpose. tiny "baa no Intention of establishinga out u fresh and bright as ever I Twelfth .
: one chair appointed Dr. Webb to draft Zion City In Florida There is nothing "There are several peculiarities Along Street., I r
the DHL ,Mr. Miles volunteered to '* "
here which appeals to him. He connected with the' freeze, said Mr.
bare the measure presented at:the stated that there are other places at Andrews this morning. "One la ,that .
A $ aat'Ieakm' of. th; Florida. Legisla present more favorable Should he establish those plants, flower bed and other .
ture.Tbe the city though it would be a growth that I had covered suffered will Rive you a good idea of the

secretary was cUrected',endeavor great, factor for good; 'for he doe.' more than 'those exposed or uncovered. character of the residences and stores along ,
to Interest humane societies good wherever.he. ,goes, teaching bispeople This I attribute to the condition Miami's busiest
and Audubon societies throughout the to live practically, and to make of the atmosphere which waa exceed. thoroughfareRIVERSIDE
State In order to'secure concerted action their everyday lives what they pro ingly dry on the first.night and which

on. the,bin..' teas ,His people-do not drink gamble, caused: a steam to form under the
or smoke,and they'pay their debts. covering and then,chill thus haTing
CORPEW-O-NEAL... : When.asked about land necessary about the same effect It would had
for the city, the' secretary spoke,of the atmosphere been damper and the
Pretty, Wedding, of Popular Couple the vast number of acres necessary plants uncovered.

a' SolemnlzedLast, Night, I' for.such a, place'and Its people. Continuing Then, too, notice, that the scalps,
he said. 0"1f anyone has a rather hardy'plant, suffered greater ,

bt A'err'' pretty' wedding'ceremonywaa lands to sell, write to the bead of the than more susceptible growth. On
performed 'at' 7:30 o'clock' last land department at Zion City, and It the east' side of the grounds ice form-
sight at'the residence of Mr and Mrs. will receive con: dderatIon.In ." ed on the plants under the sprayingfountain. ; Is only four blocks from the business center and Is destined to become the
to a Question about Mr. This Is certain destruction ", fashionable r'
tt HI; B. Fickle Buena,Vista, in which response usually -{ residence district of MIAMI.
Mr. ,John Corwln O"Neal and ,Miss Dowie being called Doctor, he said, but,. strange to say-.they i ,t Last year there were thirty thousand people registered at one hotel "
Wnia Belle Ccrpew'were plighted: for No., he hasn't that title. We call him are apparently unharmed In this cafe. in this city, and two-thirds as many more at the ether popular; resorts In ,
; life by the' set Dr.'W.'W.. Farris. First Apostle.." and by that title he was The banana patch Is almost totally this city making 50,000 visitors In all. This year It Is believed that nearly .
But a few Invited,friends including referred to each time durtnglhe Inter- destroyed but the.,ptyclanthns and twice that many will come.here for the winter. ,
Mr...and Mrs: R. .R: Fickle, Miss Ida view. MHe"aI'offered the degree of byblscus suffered only on the tender, Many of these visitors purchase .a building site and erect a winter .' y:
_rA. Westgnard and Mr'L G. Truitt were Dt.: D. said the secretary, "but refused leaves. These will fall off but a few home, this naturally Increases the value of property. <, :-1': ,

? present Theweddinipany consistIng ItAfter days of warm weather will bring on I. ,;/ Now, then, do you want a good investment? :;.
Y''{ of JJ.i.O"NeaJ.1I1s8 Corpfw. Miss CoL Bylngton, left. Mr. Reece new ud better growth than ever. The .' I ff so, read this: "'. 's'

'Flossie Corpew. sister'of' the'bride, spoke at some length relative to the rose bushes are entirely unharmed.The We have been advertising ouf RIVERSIDE property for a short time ,

lad Mr-A. M;,Wl ;sinton, left the city treatment Mr. Dowie has received palms and -cocoannts came end you are probably familiar with the promises we made. Today If you ,
'at 7 o'clock and arriving at"the Fickle from the press, saying, he and his people through safely and everything 'gen. ., :: will walk down to our property you will see that we have carried out our '.
had been grossly misrepresented, en\.11Y\ survived far above I
residence. which bad been approptiately my promises You will see a force ot laborers engaged In paving the lower
and the papers have used them for,the ." j
,, decorated,for the occasion, the end of Twelfth street, which U fast becoming the Broadway of MIAMI. '
wedding ceremony was performed. Immediately targets of manufactured article,; and The same conditions prevail In the] I
following the ceremony a when Chicago papers would grow private gardens and yards which is'
short on aentaUonal -- ----._ t+.
sumptuous-yeddinC subjects, they most gratifying 'and under the conditions ] -
supper was served
would say. "Well there's Dowse"j most fortunate. ,
I by Mr. and lire Fickle and
con'rratnlatlons .
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showered. upon'the happy Buy now and get on the ground floor. $300 sand

young'The couple.bride is a young'- woman of Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGroves I $450. 1-third cash bal. in 1 2, 3 years

many accomplishments: and 1s one of ._____ ___ _'h .__. ____ .
the emdent teachers la the Miami !
public school, whHe the groom Is 'a I
rained attache'of the local post mce. ,
Tbe wedding presents were numerous TastelessChill Tome J. H. Tatum & Company

and valuable. At present Mr. and Mrs.; ] -
O'Neal wm reside at No.1,TOT Avenue ,
C I '
,I Nb-Cnre-No-Pay. sO-Cents.

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:- I BROWARD-S PROMISE. f 0o eceeeeeeeceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeQeeeeeeeeeeeeee oeo

A Tallahassee special to the Jack o

4 f The professions. i sonrllle Metropolis says: :!O Specia1 R.eal
I I It is announced here tills morning !O ESstato; Bargains !

l 1i that Governor Napoleon B. Broward :O
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bas began the endeavor to fulflll his O

ante-election promises regarding the I City Groves Unimproved

i .Ja"tterson: : 5e :I;: n..g.ATTOR."lKYS reclaiming of the Everglades of Flor i io 1 !lot 50x150, terms..5 200 10 acres 900 trees, on time.....$3000 10 acres pine...................$ 459 PJ.rc and o

4 ida. Governor Broward. in his campaign 1 0 1 lot, Seventh stre.ct. terms......$.630: 5 acre grapefruit
bearing net TitleI30L
AT LAW.Will 10 acres pine and prairie ....$ 450 o
f speeches and in his literature. : A 1 lot Seventh street 1 year's time $1500 yearly..". .... .... ..$4500
I, practice In .U eooru.SUM*nd Federal t 5 acres all hammock...........$ 300 0
9Pecbtt.rtluerlereramintar.DdperlecnaaL.ad declared that the Legislature had no .. .. .... .... .. .. ....... .$ 930: 10 acres land all hammock best <) -

\ Tina : right to grant these lands to.the raIl-.j i <0 6 lots Avenue C............. ...$ 800 In Dade county, Z acres cleared, 35 acres, 10 acres improved, 200 surancO.i <)
flA ro.Box: ..Miami. Fie. roads. He said that-Congress had giv.I O
cn these lands to the State and that J,l0 !5-room house and lot Fourth st..$ S50 2 acres in -grapefruit, small bearing fruit trees, 7-room

.p.T.. SKAQaS. SL D., the furfW derived from any part' of O 3 lots Twentieth st........... $ 250 house all or.--",'.,. house, pineapples, good rock o

F I road cheap at................ o
OflSe"! with KedCroti Pliinnk T.Knid | them were to be used in draining and I,lG 1 lot Twenty-first ft. Ave. D....$ 353: on easy terms $3000 o

*.l U> Strte | reclaiming them. I 2 corner lots, Avenue C.$ 400, 40 acres on Miami i river I cheap; 510.1'' Second.street....... ..$1900 o

$ coner Ave. C I I The Louisville and Nashville Rall- I 1 X 1 !5-room house and: lot, Fifth st; write for-particulars. 1 lot Twelfth Street..5 SOO o .

MIAMI. FLORIDA. road was granted 26.000 acres for V0 .J3CO:: cash, bal. to suit. ...... $1500 20 acre grapefruit' grove $3003 on 1 lot Twelfth street........ .$ 350 0
I every mile of road constructed inVest E 3-room house and lot, $100 each, 6 room house 3 lots eorner.$3200 LlTrrpo.il .t London] A ;
0 '
L JLlACKSON JR., !j" time. Clot. .
DlL i Florida and the lands claimed by this !O bat $10 per month 1 I lot Fifth street...............$ too <-
b OFFICE: company for a part of the Everglades.The ; 2 tots $300, $25 cash. bal. $8 per 22 acres pine and hammock 'on 7-room house and corner lot Orient Ing. Co. >

HOTEL.'BlSCAYNK BLOCK,AVB. D. Trustees of the Internal Im-iS I 'month. raiiroa .... .. .. .... .... ..$ 600 Tenth street $3000, $500 cash. Sort\ A mer eaa, t O 0 ,
MIAMI. FLORIDA. provement Fund of which: Governor 1 7-room house lot 50x150, $500 240 acres pine and prairie.... $2500 Bay front 1 acre In city.......s$2500 Hanover ,0 '

Broward is the head have employed I I' cash, $500 first year bal '$25 500 acres pine and prairie......$4000 !lot Tenth street. Boulevard ....$1350 German Alliance 0 {'
,' D&: L !:. CHAFER, lawyers I I to fight the matter in the ISo per month' ..................$2800House 13 acres pine near city........$ 300 4-room house and lot......,....$ 900 New iltmftobire, 0
r, courts. The attorneys secured are and lot Twelfth street.$1800 10 acres improved, 6-room house.$2200 2-room
and corner lot.... 600 Dade Ca TIUe IDa. Co. <)
DE TJST. Governor: William S. Jennings N. : ,

p ')Bet la,Wataon Bnltdlnsonta_ oor..rof P. &; W. J. Bryan and Cockrell ft Son,
,. ,Av nu.D aad 13tb.troet. or tntt .rnishedhousa: i' ..
!b of Jacksonville and Hon. R. W. Williams 4I4
MIAUL = FLOIBDA.LI of this city. I, by year or season: $200 per sea on.an.dUP 0

Eft f. ATKINSON, The amount of these lands Involvedreaches 3> ,<)

t over 3,000,000 acres and Is <> DoE :N' &' SE3JN"E: :: : .A. ents.
ATTORNEY AT' LAW. said by some to be valued at'about ,

!,.eI et ationcton: (iveo to ot eonveranelnf Title aDd l lKzmmlnation 100000000. OGGC.GOG4GPOGOGGC GGG60CGGGAGGGGGGOGGOCGGGCOGOGGGGOOG GGGOC-

Hour* fuDlie U Offle. The Trustees of the Internal Improvement ,
Offlo. U isms BnUdlas.
Broward Comptroller A. C. Croom Atlantic
Line. I
E-. W8. QRAHXINQ, State Treasurer W.V. Knott Attorney: Cocoanut Grove Jan. 27. Warsaw Jan. 30.-The streets have Coast

w. General W. H. Ellis' and Commissioner Editor Dally Metropolis: been quieter since last evening, but
I __ Quickest time, most excellent *ernca North East,
AID Svaaoa. of Agriculture McLIn. Seven suits Please Insert ,the Inclosed In your the strike still continues. All business ATLANTIC and Wt Ti*>
The Famous
+,' Omcm' ix )(UJlIT&urxo.J'B'I.DG., .' are now pending in the United States next issue as an Item aa the piece places are closed. A proclamation New York and I'IorS4a.a.. ,
r Court'and as the amount Involved I*| this (Friday morning was not by the has been issued declaring that the solid Pullman train of Compartment:sIs plat,Dining.. ObsscradoB Chr*.

Hours from 9 a. m.to 4 p. m. so very Treat much interest win be regular press correspondent and not city requires additional protection electric- lighted throughout, leave 8t Aagustiae daily except P-Miy at U. .
FLA.GILLESPIE A. M arrive New York 4tt P. M. "
MIASU, > ; manifested In the contest aa full aa needed. measures. following day' ,. :

ENLOE Dentist Broward contends that with the. Oblige J'Jort4a'U4 West Indian Limited carrying Drawinc-Rotm, tlinini **4

i /I State owning these lands, Florida wit B. S. Trnalow, STRIKE SEEMS ENDED. Dining._ __ Cars her JacksoATllle at t:00 A. M. daQy. wiles Mow Tam* *sUW. !.

tam BOUr. be is better fix flV."tI.1Jy than any, Press Corespondent of the Housekeepers St. Petersburg, Jan. JO.-The most .lolowtngdayg ffaleago
OfTfCK FrtsMU.8UIU.. W% Itq$ ., State'1* the Union. Ex-Governor: Club." of the mills and factories of St. Petersburg and Florida Limited, lOIN P"Dtla M.. .N., JbIi rat

USIDXXCg., 8tlMevhoMM. tie omdMJAYIFWBIDA., Jennings who ha mad this 'a study The State Federation of Woman's are la operation today and Ob-rraikmOars.Uav Jaekao.YGU data M his A'1L. series fl--u t:.

it la ..w., was engaged at the same' Clubs' which 'met In Miami January the strike to an Pu1ud Intents P. M. following dad. This train oatrlae Bt. Leak ....... antftec it 1..ells'

W.' JLUTDS IL D. time th* other attorney, were secured.. ., 25 and 28, bad a welcome from the seem ended.A 1SS P.IL -
K 'H Housekeepers' Club at their beautifully few large establishment are DOt DtxJ Flyer' leave Jsakao tie l:.. p. M. Idly, em*** tbo.g! ,

4 i O-op.lbAa .th a Governmental reform 'Is :bound to decorated.club house-on Wednesday to operation yet owing to certain formalities Iieeren'Co Chlcaco u4 8t Lovk, arrlvtac ChJc*&o'$lf P.,ML 1.-1I

Omcs ffnioU Bovn.tle4p.SkBvn&rlHIrfC-- !. come In Russia The war'with Japan afternoon January 25. In registering the thousands I:N AIL CoOowtK uoet g.Tkle .% c

Tin Axe MUM U of minor Importance compared with The entire delegation was taken of employee ojolcksotttM fey Cow' *4 os e-hatt boas to c:....... i awes bars M

: ,a- Tlatltta.x I Russia's Internal problem Unssia 1s down in launches, and as many as preferred .. - -. woeda tad OB* haul to LosJntDUtJUOi RXaBtTATma> PKCKPTLT

8:nXOXBICZ, a great nation and will become Infinitely In private carriages. They held;' EVERYTHING CLOSED. FRANK O. POTL8TON. District PaMengsr..'...... .JackaosmBa. Pie .
JOHN Warsaw Jan. 30.-The number of
greater through"a more liberal a most harmonious meeting immediately
is CIVIL ENGINEER, government after arrival and the numerous killed or wounded here is estimatedat

AND SURVEYOR., --. reports read "by the various delegates sixty. Outdoor life Is at a complete
--rr rallbe' lot Btat* at Lut Paz Ucubt PINEAPPLE GROWERS. standstill, and an restaurant and SEABOARD
Atn.Uo givei co ubDIv44I.I Lary Tract evinced much careful study as well as
....,.......... r oratory and culture. shop are closed. ...." i .

ek% .' FLORIDA. finest Among the most Interesting fax all I
We, have secured. the line of TO SAVE GORKY'S LIFE. I

g H. EICEXOm/, pln,'pple wraps ever: sold,In thus sea was the one lead on Bird Preservationand Rome Jan. 30.-Many deputies here Air Line Railway
( Forestry the latter, claimed the '
Uon and the prices are lower than Interest when today signed the memorial asking the
REAL ESTATE greatest and attention
government to save the lives of MaxIm .
been wld'for before.Our' .
wrap have told that a beautiful Island lay Inside .FOR
F ,toiMT PnimN* Ca-Airr LAND COMPANYKUTAKT Gorky and companions.
PCBUO pineaple crates are made' by I our Everglade,where the Royal Palm
J Savannah. Columbia Camden
SZITXATLAKUKJCTLZB !the Bond Co. (Enough said). Write and Royal Pobtdana crow wild in ACTIVITY CEASED. Southern Pines

N, FLORIDA. us for prices. Our representative win : great profusion and are liable to be Raleigh, Richmond, Washington Baltimore.
Tokio Jan. 30.-Russian activity on .
can on yon later. cut away by the drainage of the Ever '
Q10. A, WOELET, East Coast Lumber ft Supply Co. glades. Mrs. Glfford was appointed to the Shakhe river teems to have ceased Philadelphia. New York.

wtt' Easj Game. Fri: after the fight at Chenchlepao and Two Elegant Trains *
ATTORNEY LAW. see about having this matter brought Daily.
HlekoutaL, where the Japanese were
O..eitpraatlaI.fltatsandPsderalComt. before the State Legislature,', if not Seaboard Express
i ::........,e.tto.tM.will noalvo prootpt at. NOTICE OP EXECUTRIX. :; ,Congress. victorious r.SeaboardL'Matl;

.Btvwa's Bafldiac,A_J)aa4 Utt It.; -- A most bounteous banquet was served The object of Uxa operations are not Modern Pullman Equipment.,
ILMLFLOBIDA.I f fJAKX8T.8A1TDX8S clearly understood here. It I* reported
a AD concerned .win take notice

at 1:30 and after a long lingering oNJ.y: :: LtS
that the weather ha been warmer :
that six month after date I will
at the tables, where 110'4oub many
t' ATTORNEY, AND present'my final accounts and Touch gallant gentlemen were missed the since last Wednesday though It 1* extremely 'opentlttjdillT>(: iiroi );slfieptrj from Jutlo3TWeitOZJealOIM3&
cold so that it I* impossible
ers aa executrix of the estate of John time came for toasts and here many ._
COUNSELOR AT,LAW. to expose the troop at night. '
J. Hayden late of Dade County deceased joined; In both poetry and pro**. f
CoamereUl ..d ...! Tate Law; Agent for ", to the County Judge'of said 'Most delightful music was also rendered The result of the fight ha.not yet For full inform ten a.id) sleeper l'Ne"aboncan ,
Nellt1..4 TMrostt Co.BalUaen.ltd.bmess been reported,' though the' casualties on any agent of th*
and pray for final discharge
a WATIOV BLOCK. Lock..sa my both Instrumental and vocal by Seaboard, or write +
h, MIAMI; FLOBIDAJv aa executrix of said'estate." .* Mrs. Kia'emer, Mrs."Hudson Mrs. Graham at the two points'are estimated at 6.-

FLORENCE P. HADEN ; and Mrs. Bylngton ended It all 000 Japanese and' 10,000 Russians. A. 0. McDONNELL 1sstG J. Pm. 11!. Jacisoailllc Fla.

MITCHELL D' PRICE Executrix Estate Of J, J. Haden by ,
/ ... a most spirited rendition of"Kile. RUSSIAN GENERALS INJUREDSt. '
ceased.January.' So after what all declared 'a most delightful \ S. C. BOYLSTON., Pass., A rt..
at Law 'Solicitor 1905. ,1-lt-Cm Petersburg Jan. 30.-General "
Attorney and 13. meeting of the Federation in
Grippenburg, commanding the Second
in Chancery., CoCoanut Grove, they were driven back -
nice Hdrlleti014i. ,_ W. R. Fuller, of W. B. Fuller. ;'Ox, to' Miami with the most charming Army telegraphs that the Russians iiic
l :, ,MUMI..FLASEEDS have occupied Sanitlts and Satmatshe.also southern :
whose figures on the arealwlj.
orange crop memory of the Housekeepers' Clnb., av
that Generals Mlstchenko and
--i: reliable was receiving yesterday R. 8. Trnslow, .

reports from all portion of the Press correspondent Kondratsvltch were wounded. Three Trains Daily !I I two Trains .

From Grower to C orange belt In-regard'to the effect of Jan; 27, 1905.ARTICLE8. I ROYAL PATIENTS CONDITION T. Daily
ns1lI&er. I T.
the cold. Mr. Fuller said to the Tri- I
Washington and New York Cincinnati
bUD last night: 1 estimate that there OF AGREEMENT.The and Chicago:
GROWN UNDER MY'I Potsdam Jan. .-Prince Eltel '
were at least (00,000 boxes of orange "Southern Palm Limited""New
OWN, SPECIAL CARE'no Frederick's: general condition: reported Chicago and Florida SpeciaL"I ,
and krapefrnit stn on the' tree.., Of following Is a copy of the agreement York and Florida Express":
3 OLD BEEP. V_ the same this morning.
this|amount, ruu7''lI percent" has signed between C. N. Beidler, -Washington and Florida Lim'd" I"The Florida Limited." LrM

: Twentieth remury Tmuto 8eed.4l S/per>b been1 killed by the'cold. 'I do not be- of ttks city and O.' E. Shaw of.Key,

Wax ale Cm BUK sad I'eaa4JIO f't_ ". lev* that there baa been any materialdamage West 'for their wrestling 'match to AGAINST BEEF TRUST. I. ......... tJ'NT..3t* N'Pal.". 3Z W.APLml No.S* ........ (ht.aet Ka. I h. qr
Adlrwa. JOSEPH I!. rFCIFCK. .- .. ... felt .. Chmn
BUD Gaowaa to the treec_,Tender vegetatloq take place in Miami on the night.of.. Wublnt&oo..Tan. 3O.-The Supreme 'Fla.Es -I..'. ,

ORLAKDO, FLORIDA. ."*- particularly lettuce baa doubtess February 22: Le MIa' .L- ,_. 1M,. TIOp. .Iqr I..JllIaIaI ____ tse -. '
Court today decided the case ot the Lv8t. ....-atl_ 730.. ..... O Wa. LreLA..Mt.. p.ls.
uttered severely". Most of'theorange We, the undersigned agree to wrestle Lv JIIC"-'IIIoI_ *a..oz>>.. I lop. Ly Ja _VUIe .... .. .Tt.a.eNp.
United State vs. Swift Co and -"': .e..//141 ..
; f The 'New: River Drug Co.. ""damage was in"orange county, catch-as-catch-can. no hold barred, known- a* the beet trust, charging, a Ar1C..y 4rW..i._._, _, .., _... .15-aa4a. LLSa.by.Clip, _"sNo. Ar Ar On Chain ln...nl...?.;_._.:_.., le n oIK ,...e...
U. V. WILDfeH, Proprietor.' where about, 100,000; boxes: or'more except,the strangler.for;; seventy and "r'-''_ ... ,_ '_ anl.wrMaexcept
conspiracy: to fix the price on fresh I6-"B.w York and >tortda.BootlMra hpfta." .
' Drops' Mt4kIaes< Toilet Articles were atm oa the trees. The damage th1rt) .per cent of the net proceeds; nxa. ...... ....... 1IpecIaL. D.Ip,
s' meats; etc. The decision affirms the atTa.. Paba U.lled" .__,. ,
baa' DOt.bet:anything approaching winner to take seventy and loser thirty Dan,.SWJC.......,. No rs--Tile P1arWa UNed .
decision of the lower which D.Dy.
Perfonefy..Etu; Etc.FOUTLAUDERDALE. .'pert' court was No\\ >>-TIIe W..I.ctoa aed Florida 1.1. N. ..-rile W1and& U.u5iLr .
that of the big freete, a*, at that time, cent; best two' out of three against the packer Ued."-DaU,. baa tbOn.aa Pall.N..l lag for&e dare Ahoy alas :

J .-FLA., the trees were not ta such good ,condition fans. Fly fans not to count; nothingbut Ifo.so Btr.h.k.a,.......aM gassy Ott.ulrrsta. .

to withstand cold a* at present'Tampa pin falls to count; both shouldersto 'Twentt-five thousand dollars is the I. ........... JIIIII'. V--0 | K*.- x
.oIaL.JllIaIDl Pale lilt. ..
KOTICX. ,TrQnm*; the mat amount John Q. Christopher will receive _La. T1aIa a

To Whom It May Concern: This match is to be run under the from the St Johns Terminal Lv 8& A8Iutl.__,____,,,__ O I.aa I' p r Blass.. -. t .. ,.....

Donl answet the adveitiseioentof O. ,A. McLean;; who: bas been in auspice of the Miami JWu. A. C. In company for the water front lot in the Lv Jskaoerlll.. .._., _. _., C lit p r Lv Jaets..lUs"St.Aege.tz ,r" ITLv II..s r,, Mpg
Davis ArAabertll.-- _
a.]c. in this
Itepso tl Te .
paper regarding charge'of the DeForest Wireless Telegraph the city of Miami. Match to take of his East Ar Hot.pr1nn._.- _? I 8.._.___ ___ e I6 p.-1\ p..
land for citrus fruits rear building on Bay Wap
or vegetable : I n
:. _. .
ArCUiglnnattT. _=::..: ___ rNn Blaeknlle _, : qta ., i
crowing' ..Ieu you .want the best System at this place, left this 'I place Wednesday night February 22. street This was the result of condemnation L" Bla .YIIIe. ......... .IS'.1411..,'.' ..
acs lands bordering on rock road near morning for Key.West,'where he will IMS. -Dan,. Pull... Drmwler -.- 4r41Ua_ -, JZ .irJ" '_ cap.'x17.. r
Miami near school house ant proceedings of the Terminal BarretareetnrOar.: Juk,aalil. to ClIIebauan 4 ,1Uta-_ ._ 10 ft ...'
thickly the 5n (Signed) a N. Beidler through -Ike Lud.( the !!!!
put ihing touches to the sta Sky. .
"z settled neighborhood at prices I i company against Mr. Christopher in ..--n. raJa U.he4.- ....$
a defy com petition.. that tlo11"at that point': The local station I (Signed) a. E. Shaw. which they sought to gain possession N Seeds,. hlI.at Elaekril... LYrtrafo with willa Dminr Cars

Is about ready for business.-Pensa- : Matchmaker. B. M. Simpson. of that portion of water lot 18 south Excellent Privy lot Like.and Aema.t.trati. eat)la
cola New Dining Cir Service rala>--WMbI.w&oe .ReI no,d. ."...-
of lu"railroad' tracb and running to Jaek.UIe IIIaeIiYWe
W. C.MAYNARD aacI ElaeaWe to : -
-- Miss Ide, daughter of Henry C. Ide. the river.-Jacksonville Sun. r 4111. 11II4 B. "- _

Baron John F. Ton Mnegge. of Germany VU -Goveinor and Secretary of Finance For Sleeping: Car Reservations, Maps, Folder ana Information

Is a Policeman' ID Milwaukee and Justice In the Philippines, Because Florida does not enthuse Appl, .. ,

f jJ WIs. By the terms ot his mother's has Just succeeded In ctartlng a society over the forestry question, she is putdown ,. C. LUSK District Fauuger Agent 108 W. Bar St, JteksonTille.

wni he. cannot: inherit her money untilbe for the -pieventlon of cruelty to as reckless and neglectful of her 3. H. HARDWICK. P. T. M- ?
Washington D.
hate served ten future Interests. But she Ian' She 0. P. A.
actually years in animals In M nIla. t. Washington D. C. BROOKS
an oOdal! capacity. ,AH but six Is the one State in the Union In which Oeorir"WORMS .

Perfect flttinir' ,'easy wearing daaae months of his term is over. Judge E. A. Heyser and Rev. Dwight, Nature does for her whit the others
are a great comforSo.'ris" our extensive
and Cameron returned home Saturday have to do artificially. Where the '
large :
apparatus expenencethere WHITE'S
is no guess work.-. Price nasonsble. 1 Simon Lake, of Bridgeport Conn. night from Tampa where they went as soil was denuded of trees twenty years !' CREAM x

,.- We repair Watches Clocks.Jewerly ; the inventor of the submarine torpedo delegates from the local church to the 'ago and left: undisturbed there is today VJRmiFUCEI

and SpecuclM.! 'A portion out boat proposes to go abroad to make Episcopal, Convention -In that city. as good and as heavy a growth nhQ.rrl' MthQ.kg.
trade ked Located
tea, jcnr.oe. D between a> Utb for.and isth SU.on .des his home declaring,that-be* fa 'd18- Judge' Heyser had fever on his return of forest trees as originally aloud on Fcr 20 Years Hal Led all '.tom Remediesl '

W. C. MAYN ARD, TJtwekrud gusted'with his treatment'on,, this.side and has 'since been, quite ill the ground..-Cocoa and Roekledge soma D'Z' AX.L DJR.Vao.a.Z8T.:

P'' > Gndutt.OvtietM4 of.the water., f f .. 7.1 though he is much better: today. New*. 'JAMfis-F'. BALLARD V Bt.LOub.. '.

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I BROWARD-S PROMISE. I 1 coeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

.i eeeeeo
( A Tallahassee special to the Jack o

t llIe professions ( I sonvllle Metropolis says: I! Specia1 R.ea1 I
Es"tate !
It is announced here this morning:10o Bargains

ft ... .. that Governor Napoleon B. Broward ; :
has begun the endeavor to fulfill his
City G
ante-election promises regarding the Groves Unimproved 01 ;
I 1 lot 50x150, term... .. ......$ 200 10 FI.r:
; C
900 an.dI
Qa.tte 0 ? acres trees, time.,,... .
.on $3000
Ex: of the Everglades of Flor 10
1 aoa dos nalg reclaiming acres pIne............. .....| 450 0
:I 0 1 lot. Seventh street, terms......S.830 5
ida. Governor Broward, in his campaign acre grapefruit bearing net 10 Titlein: :
LAW. acres
ATTORNEYS AT pine and prairie. ....$ 4SO 0.
speeches and in his literature ( 1 lot Seventh street year's time $1500 yearly. .. .... *.------$450 0
s WOl In all ooarta,Btate and Federal :l 5 acres all hammock.,....... $ 300 0
Special practice tactlltJeslor examliiincand: perfecti&c declared that the Legislature had no .. .... ... .. .. ......, .$ 900 10 acres land all hammock, best ? ,

Laid TM*.. 'Ip right to grant these lands to the railroads -i i 0 6 lots Avenue C.. ..............$ 800 In Dade county. 3 acres cleared, :35 acres, 10 acres Improved 200( s .11'a?1C0 G
ro.BoiMT. Miami. Fla. lie said that Congress had given .
1 ; 5-room house and lot Fourth at..$ SSO 2 acres In grapefruit small bearing fruit trees, 7-room <)
these lands to the State, and.that s 0
.T.' SKA&GS; SL D, 'I the funds derived from any part of 3 lots Twentieth st........... $ 250 house all -for. .. .. .... ......$2500 house, pineapples, good rock .'
'i A. road, cheap at......., 0
.. ...
them to be used in draining and .... on easy terms. ?$3000
Office ntli Red Crou Pbaraaty.KnUrc I were j i" 1 lot Twenty-firtt tt, Ave. O $ 350 .

e lctb Stree reclaiming! them. I 0 2 corner lots, Avenue C........$ 400. 40 acres on Miami river, cheap; 5 It' street....... ..$1900 0

corner Aye C .j' The Louisville and Nashville Rail i 1 5-room house and lot Fifth st; write for particulars. 1 lot Twelfth street..........$ 800 0

.MIAMI. -' FLORIDA. i road was granted 0.000 acres' for : t3CO cash, bal. to suit..... $1500 20 acre grapefruit Grove, $3000 on 1 lot Twelfth street........ .$ S5n 0 x
every mile of road constructed inVest I j Iso 1 3-room house and lot $tOO cash, 6-room house 3 Iota corner.$3200 Liverpool A London Ji 0
', KL JACKSON, 1R., I tim Globe.
0&.1 I Florida and the lands claimed by this :I baL $10 per month 1 lot Fifth street............,..$ 600 Onl'nt.ln '
OFFICE company for a part of the Everglades. 2 lots, $300, $25 cash, bal. $8 per 22 acres pine and hammock 'on 7-room house and corner lot *. Co. 0
North 0
HOTEL. BISCAYNK BLOCK, AVE., D. The Trustees of the Internal Improvement I o month. railroad.... .... .. .... ..$ 600 Tenth street $3000, $500 cash. N". Y. Underwriters American, '0'. ,

y MIAMI. FLORIDA. Fund of which Governor It 7-room. house, lot 50x150, $500 240 acres pine and prairie.... $2500 Bay front 1 acre In city........$2500 Uanover 0, r

Broward Is the head; have employed 1 i 1 (> cash, $500 first year bal $25 500 acres pine and prairie......$4000 lot Tenth street Boulevard ...'.$1350 German Alliance 0

JJR.B-E.CHm*, lawyers to fight the matter In the V per month', ............... ...$2800 10 acres pine near city.........$ 300 4-room house and lot..........$ 900 New ilampohlre,, ,0,

DENTIST. courts. The attorneys secured are I S House and lot Twelfth street.$1800 10 acres Improved, 6-room house.$2200 2-room house and corner lot....$ 600 Dade Co. Title lo*. Co. 0.
Governor William S. Jennings, N.

,)mail Bntidlu. eoothea*.corner 01 V; t W. J. Bryan and Cockrell & Son.1
= *O ma lath eteeet.M a.0 Fu.rn.l.shed or i. :n.rrurnishedhouse: i
of Jacksonville and Hon. R. W.. Williams i.
MAUL FLOffiDA. of this city. 1 I o byye' or season: $ OO per: Isenson: and: 'up

H. r; ATKINSON, The amount of these lands Involved 4' r V

reaches over 3.000,000 acres and Is :CORoN" &'' 'SE3lN"E: :: : A. ents.: '
ATTORNEY LAW. said by some to be valued at about o ,

Ipectti-attennon- Examination given co of eonveyandni T1t1.&. and 1100,000.000. .QOOO Q 999 9QOOOO QOOOO Q Q009QOOvOQOI

e !par, i-ublie la Offlc*. The Trustees of the Internal Improvement -
fi' Office la $. BaUdlBg.
Broward Comptroller A. C. Croom, Atlantic Coast Line.Quickest
GRAMLI1CO, State Treuurer W. V. Knott. Attorney Cocoanut Grove, Jan. 27.. Warsaw, Jan. 30.-The streets have .

DB. General' W. H. EUU and Commission Editor Daily Metropolis: been quieter since last evening, but
I time most excellent sernce North East: "
,. PHYSICIAN AND SUBOKOX. er of Agriculture McLIn. :Seven suits Please Insert the Inclosed In your the strike still continues. AU business ATLANTIC COAST UNB. The Famous New West m .p'

Orrin tx Mum/TKurnoM B'LIKJ. are now pending In the United States next Issue, as an Item, as the piece places are closed. A proclamation solid Pullman Tork'and Florida r--il.
train of
Court and as the amount Involved Is I this (Friday morning was not by.the has been Issued declaring that the CompartmentSleeping.. Dining and Obssmdosi Oars.

Moan from f1 a. m.to 4 p.'m. so very great.much Interest will'be regular press correspondent, and not city requires additional protection electric lighted throughout leaves St. Augustine d&U7'acep& ffr at U
''Fu. A. M, arrive New Torte C P. 1C
fiam, r manifested In the contest as full as measures. : following dy.Florida _

EHLO Dentist Broward contends that with,the needed.Oblige., and West Indian Limited, carrying Drawtmg-Rotnv flssjisti nni c

GILLESPIE. -! State owning these lands Florida will B. S. Truslow STRIKE SEEMS ENDED.8t Dining Cart Ism. JacxsonHOs at IOG.A.II. dally; arrive Hew Tort *.

e OFTId BOOBS be ID'better fix flpanffiillr th aTi 'anj Press! Corespondent.of the Housekeep Petersburg Jan. 20.-The most P.M. following day. e ,
r900A.lI.teaM r K.OrTId '
: ta maeeU atlldl'e SUM Utt K.KgSIDCKOg. State '.. the.. Union., Ex-Governor ers' Club of the mills and factories of St Petersburg Chicago and Florida Limited solid P.trao'eg EN11e asp

d .SU ,_a aIeYUC Jennings, who has made this a study The State Federation Woman's are In operation today and 0beenatI0a hrs leaves JeekrosTlns.dilly; aC IIlS A.X. srdt' ,e Qfngs isM

.FLOBIDA.fl. it b said, was engaged at.the'same Clubs' which 'met la Miami January the strike to all purposes and Intent P. M. following day. This train carrle Bt Leaistssar. arrtrtec *. Los* '3

W. XABTUB.D time the other attorneys.were secured.Governmental 2S and a.6. had a welcome from the teems ended.A 1:11 P.M.
? .
.. Housekeepers' Club' atf:their beautifully few large establishments are DOt I Dixie 1'I1w'1aa.-- $:O'4 P.. X. A.0y.slearen esrdlr D.. a '

E J>>etb.18t. ,reform Ia.bound to decorated.club'house, on'Wednes In operation yet owing to certain for to Chicago:: and St Lou arriving Cktego Ill P..U, .. I.-

Yua Omen: FrlseeU BoOdlac'' come In Russia. The ..l with Japan cla1'afte1'l1OOD. January tS.. militias In registering the thousand) I:. A. M. toOowlag morning., .
S..es 110'
sutra Tma AX1>'XI4I la of minor Importance compared with The entire delegation was taken of employees Tm eulckset line by foar and omohalt nonrs to Caieag; urns Ieses r IL
.. _
-'hbpMMli' Frosuea. Bnssla's Internal problems., 'Onssla Is down in launches, and as many as preferred X :a nd v* CM hour to'LcotarmaJtAJCB RmBTAT'0It3 ?S TLl.

8. RXDXKIOX a great nation and.will become Infinitely in private carriages. They helda EVERYTHING CLOSED. FRANK POTLBTOH, District Pae tiger_Agent; JaekssstfltaPie.SEABOARD
JoEl Warsaw, Jan. 30.-The number of .
most harmonious meeting immediately
greater through.a more'liberal: >
CIVIL ENGINEERAND government after arrival and the numerous killed or wounded here is estimated

SURVEYOR.. : -- reports read"by the various delegatesevinced at sixty. Outdoor life Is at a complete
Keurj Pnbbe.tot State at t.ep.-Pi lsr' standstill and an restaurants and
PINEAPPLE GROWERS. much eantu1ItUd1. as .ell.. -
9 aaea fiTel tollllbo lri4ial1.aip tract,i '
"eeererroelxiAJtr .... 'I t ___ oratory and culture. shops are closed.

.. FLOBIDA. 'I the 'Amoq the most interesting to an -
We, have secured finest line of TO SAVE GORKY'S LIFE.

g. H. EICHHOHIT! I pineapple 'wrap ever sold In this' :section and was the Forestry one lead the on latter Bird Preservation claimed the Rome Jan. 30.-Many deputies here Air Line Railway *

lower' thanwraps today signed the memorial asking the "
REAL ESTATE. and the .pokes are: greatest Interest and attention, when
L I ; government to save the lives of Maxim .
have for before.
been raid Inside FOR
told that a beautiful Island lay
tf.IhOENT Gorky and companions. .
NOTARY rUBUOR1ZK Our pineaple crates are made by our Everglades, where the Royal Palm ; Savannah. Columbia

AT LAKUXJUTLKB. the Bond Co.' (Enough said).'_ Write. and Royal Polndana growwild In ACTIVITY CEASED. Camden, ,Southern Pines,

FLORIDA.. us for prices Our representative wfil treat profusion sad are liable to be Raleigh, Richmond, Washington ,.Baltimore.
'., ToUo, Jan. 20.-Russian activity on .
call on yon later. : 'cut away by the drainage of the Ever'
QXO.JL WOBLXT the Bhakhe river teems to ban ceased Philadelphia New York..4
East Coast Lumber *: Supply Co. glades. Mrs. Gifford.was appointed to

ATTORNEY: LAW. Yt' Earn Gallic fl.;. see about having thl matter brought after the fight at Chenchlepao and Two Elegant Trains:Daily.. ,
I HJekoutal. where the Japanese were
-.tpnetlee"State MIl hderaI Coarta. before the State Legislature'If not 1 Seaboard Express .seaboa tl -
NOTICE' OF EXECUTRIX.' victorious.The .f dUM*
u at-5e. ; -.,;;... '' Congress.A object of Uu operations are not Modern Pullmaa! Equipment.
most bounteous banquet was served _
I I clearly understood here. It is reportedthat'
An concerned will take notice
at 1:10 and after JdD& lingeringat ONLY
I I.fIN'operatln : :=
that six months after date I will the weather has been warmersince
the tables where, no doubt, many
'J I last Wednesday though It la extremely '
ATTORNEY AND present my final accounts and vouchers gallant gentlemen ,were missed, the daily iiroa ;sl8eptn from 11ut3alttlJelto7fIOdeans.
as executrix the estate of John cold so that It Is Impossible _
time came for toasts, and here many .
COUNSELOR AT LAW. J. Hayden. late of, Dade County, de Joined; in both'poetry and proee. to expose the troops at night t

s ;:Fidel ud RM Kiut* Lew. At.nt for ceased the County Judge of said ",Most delightful music was also rendered The result of the fight has not yet For full inform i icn I.K! sleeper reservation" call \ .
iBdX rott Co.B10j >ra.lU.vmcM arid been report d.- though the casualtiesat on any agent of tit
county for final discharge
t>WAfiojr Bu>cK. Lock Box a pray my both instrumental and vocal by Sesbosrtfor write
as executrix of said estate.FLORENCE .- the two points are estimated at 5-
MIAMI. :-. FLORIDA Mrs. Kraemer, Mrs. Hudson Mrs. Graham '
P. HADEN 000 Japanese and 10,000 Russians. A. 0 McDONHELL
; and Mrs. Byington'ended it all istsrJactsotitille Fia.
MITCHELL PRICE: ;' Executrix Estate"of J.; J. HaJ en.'Deceased. by a most spirited rendition of"Dixie. RUSSIAN GENERALS INJUREDSt ,

So after what all declared a'most de 0, S. C. BOYLSTON";Jr... Pass., Afft.
"Attorney at Law arid'Sohci'tor January 13. 1905.1HCm> lightful'meeting of the Federation In Petersburg, Jan. 30GeneralOrippenburg'commandhng :
the Second
in Chancery. Cocoanut drove, they were driven back
-", W. R. Fuller, of W. R. Fuller Y C to Miami with the most charming I
Office: PUrVU Hid!. MIAMI.,FLA whose figures on the' orange crop are memory of the Housekeepers' Club. have occupied Sanltlts and Salmatshe, Southern: B.a.l .;
also that Generals Itistchenko aadKondratnllch
; SEEDS always reliable was receiving yesterday R..S. Truslow,

reports from all portions of,the Press correspondent were wounded Three Trains DailyWashington !i.I'Two Trains ,

orange belt In regard to the effect of Jan. 27 1905.ARTICLES. Daily
; From Grower to Gonsaicer. Fuller'said ROYAL PATIENT'S CONDITION T I '1'.
the'cold.' Mr. to'the TrI- j I and NewYork"Southern Cincinnati
bUD last night "I estimate that there OF AGREEMENT. and Chicago.
? GROWN UNDER M1'OWN : Potsdam, Jan. 30.-Prince Eltel
were at least (00,000 boxes of oranges Palm Limited" .
A SPECIAL CARE"VO Frederick's general condition was re Chicago and Florida *
fr and grapefruit stll on the trees:, Of .The following is a copy of the agreement "New York and Florida Express" SpeciaL: I
\. .
OLD SEED. the same this morning
W. amount, fully : 75 per. cent,has signed between C. N. .Beldler Washington and Florida Lim'd"I. "The Florida Limited.;
TTCX tlrik Cr t.ry Taeulo 9eed.,41.l per"* been killed by the cold.' 'I do not belev of'tits city and O.- E. Shaw, of Key ,

Evan aM Greee Bear and Pea_ .'4J. p'r beAddreM. that there baa been any material West, for their wrestling match, to AGAINST BEEF TRUST.Wuhlntgon .?...... No.34NY. No.PaintLm'd 32 W.AKLat No SO. .. ........ Ods11 C6wogas Xr
ttilt PIa.Ez .
aai .
Sent__., damage to the trees. Tender vegeta-; take place in Miami on the night s.ed.1 Urn
Jan. 30.-The Supreme -
"- ,
ORLANDO TLORIDA.The' lon,. particularly,lettuce,:has doubtless -: February 22: L MUm!_. _. .._. TlOjHBIS" r.pr saouiKo. Lf ktluml_ ___.... rN ,. -iMMk R
Court today decided the, case of the Ly St. A>"iti__ 7JOar IOar Sep. Ly8&.1U&i e _
'nJfeJ'ed. severely ,Most',of the Ii We, the undersigned agree to vies > IlICkyllle_ a aar 12Dam t dips I Jarll.we_- ,_ lae.I8 ,.. Y
United A Co and .usm
States Swift
New River Drug .Co..i orange damage was In orange county, tier catch-as-catch-can.. no hold barred ArWWlgto--. 'O1$.. 5p. Ar Chaliaaoon..._" 10 B m. 145 Mp._ r
known- the beef trust, charging a ArN w y_. .. .,,,. + Clip..ww Aranelnattt,_.._ f. .P.. >.* ,.,
U. V. WILDER Proprietor. where about:100,000 .boxes ,of more except_the strangler..for seventy and Ar<'>!- ....' ,_. SMaa.lMa.Nu .
I conspiracy: to bO the prices on fresh M--H.W York and tlorl4a azptae"
Drugs Mt flcliies.;Tort Articles were UU on the treat., The damage thirty per cent of the set proceeds; DiaU7.Ko.l .1.-"OhkyoaWFWW.ep..ii."Dully.
\ < "' meats, etc. The decision.affirms the a-The Southern r&la Limited" ewes a.day. .
has not : ; Daily nft'{Sunday.No N..lS-"Tbe Ptortde. Limited. Deltr
decision of the lower which
.' Perfumery,,fa. Etc.FORTLAUDEROALE. .,_ that of the big freeze as. at that time, ; best-two out of three against the packers. court was tied".-DatI 10-111.,. WAWlDfioa sod Florida UM ..ee No tbor.st1 U-"Tke pull.Florid.. .U.uW".tat dat" daily'

FLA.- the trees were not In rack good condl fans.; Fly fans not to'count: nothing B&naIac..".pIUe... tt.ow Olty rAAa.ahlrr

tton to withstand cold as at present" but pin faUs to'count; both shoulders Twentr-Eve thousand dollars is the I. .......G8IaIIIII NIRbiY4a Ne.II KeHTNIcM
> P.1 A
,KOTICK. ,Tampa Trlbttne.I to the mat amount John O. Christopher-will receive ;' U. S TmteB1 ,

To Whom It May Concern : This match is to be'ran under the from the St Johns Term1IIa1COIllp&Dl' Lv LvM4n.SI.. Aapntloe-__:,___.___ .talus 10 p. Lrllla.l_ t p.; *;
Don aoswrt the adveitlsemenl'ofO. CX 101'...."-Y1Ue ..,_ ._. _. Lv M.AnfMUae. _
o. .A.. McLean: who has been In auspices of the Miami Rifles, A. In c IMP It Wai M
; for the water front lot In the N
,_ __. .. .. I. Jaek .
.K. Davis, in this paper regarding Anbevilto .. 1"" rllJe. .:.-; II tG ,M ,.
charge of the Deforest Wireless Telegraph the city of Miami. Match-to take hi. Ar Hot 8prmn._ inSI m Lr ........_ ,. .,.. .
of -
lands /or eitrts. fraiu or vegetable rear building' on East Bay arCleelnna4. :. :_=-:::-:-' : ar ........nl"6 0. ,
cro..IDK..aDleaa TOO 'want the best System at this place, left W.morDDc place'Wednesday night .February 22, street This was the result of condemnation MN Lf BleekvlUe.ArAlkes .- ._ 1. v..-51$._ !"
N'v lands borderint 00'rock road. near IMS. <.. 30-Dfl. Pullman Pawing Kaon lrlpm.1ess.
for Key ,W., where lie will proceedings of the Terminal DOl" t Ara.gapa. ...... _.,
.Miami near school house sot '' gin-Dine' Car. Jaekiontlile to Cincinnati -_ 10" ,. ... ..
,. thickly :=
PUt the 8ni.htng touches to the its : (Signed) C.N.. Beldler UmraghTbe Land oC the 8k,." ..
company agalnsf Mr. Christopher in .II-'"T1I. Pa" .
4.eltled nelfnborbood, at prices that Merited.- ......
derveompetlUoD., S9 ton at that point' The local station (Signed) 0. E. Shaw. which they sought to gain possession mnDertliw"....da,. PaU.at BI...ek(..ru.Uie .wllk'ualaT'emr. wltk I.>inTi..Can.

., Is about ready for business.-:Pensa- Matchmaker, B. M. Simpson. of that portion of water lot 18 south Excellent Dining Car Service f'll1I.1'I00"Wulll.11OI1' ."c.r:for s.5.. and Aszsta. .1)_, ., I
cola end flon4.LI.teI-
i News.Baron of Ita'railroad tracks and running to J kwoTllle lo BU*. 1
W. ,C. )'1A'YN'AQDJEWELEII. : --. r vUendBlnekiileIi$ likes aDd AD......
..Miss Ide daughter of Henry C. Ide.VlceGoveinor the river.-Jacksonville Bun.

John F. Ton Mnegge of Germany and Secretary of Finance For Sleeping Car Reservations, Maps, Folders ana Information E"

,' is a policeman In Milwaukee and Justice in the Philippines, Because Florida does not enthuse Apply t.

WIs. By the terms of his mother's has 'Just succeeded in ntartlng'a society over the forestry question she Is putdown J. C. LU3K District Passsnger Agent, 108 W. Bay, St., ckHonTille.fl

Win he cannot inherit her money until for the pieyentlon of cruelty to as reckless and neglectful of her 3. H. HAEDWICZ. P. T-
Washington, I) C.. H- TAYLOR.
0. P. A
be has actually served ten years In animals I.'Manila. future interests. But she Isn't. She Washington D. C. .
an official capacity. All but six is the one State In the Union In which -, Atlanta. Oeor>;ia.WHITE'S

Perfect flttinjr, eaiy, wearing .t are a great comfort. With our extensive un
w and Cameron returned home Saturday have to do artificially. Where the '
apparatus large experience'there "X T '"
is ao guess work. Fricve. rr.- Simon Lake of Bridgeport ,Conn, night from Tampa where they went as son was denuded of trees twenty years '
sonable. We repair : portion the inventor of the submarine torpedo delegates from the local church to the ago and left undisturbed there is today V V ORMS.fvERMIFUCE i !

"' Jewcrlv and Spectacles. A boat proposes to 'CO abroad to make Episcopal Convention in that city. as good and -u heavy growthof .o &ta
l; jcnr trade D between a.ked I2tb for.and Located lath Sts.on Aveno -- his home declaring".thatbe-Is dia- Judge Heyser: had fever on his return forest trees as originally ..toad.on Fer 20 Years Has Led aU VJom: Remedies. (

W. C. MAYNARD gusted with his treatment.on this-side and has since been quite 111.! the,ground..-Cocoa and Rockledge Or.D 313"XX.X. :X>X.TTOOXB< '.. ?

J Jeweler uj Oradoate OptfeUa. ,.,.of the water." '. ;'; ',, tbouP' is much better today News. r'o' JAMES F._BALLARD" si; ,Lo ls.t

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AFTER BROWN. I I In a recent address in Philadelphia I Conceding"* Fact. I '" '
I ANSWEREDInformation I an acre.which to the cost of i "aoIAh,

( Bishop FOBS of the Methodist Eplsco-< Senator Gorman In discussing the I. QUESTIONS I I further ort1a.. There ax* tan to twatv. '

Considerable of a political tangle,I pal Church, said: 1 venture to say Philippine Government bill declared ., t thousand plants to tile acre, and ta*

la which Governor Broward Is the( to our peace friends here in Thiladel<< that "there is no longer any question I fruit brings In the neighborhood .*' '', '

star discorder is now on relative to I j phia that they have overstated their whether we shall remain in the islands !'from 50 cents a,dozen for Red t> >aa- }:,

; anti-war doctrine which they ; will That seems to have been fixed
i say ish to 25 cents apiece for Porto Rises,'
the legibility of Hon. C. M. Brown, formerly 1! decree of Interest to the Prospective Settler I I
know the of the American .
1t overcome war entirely. I no by people. ,, I The percentage of plants hutting depends .

of Ocala; and State Senator t' more important element in oar character The Senator ia a little slow ID discovering ; Concerning Miami and the Southern upon the cat. and Judgment serdse '

from Marion and Sumter counties, to building than is exemplified by the 'fact but better late than : > In their culture some growers,

fill that office or position in the next I war aid Its consequent l lesson of strict never. Even the Louisville COUrll'r.I'i Portion of Dade County.So i having succeeded In securtag fruit

Legislature by reason of his removal I attenUun to duty. I, as a minister, Journal says Senator Gorman i I, from 90 per cent of the planta ta their

I very much wish that eternal peace and "this might as well be recognized ,I !i pineries.

from Marion county to Miami there:J might be assured, but we haN not yetI now In ail quarters.." It adds: Lands may be Dnrchased: 0 from U 04 i
many Inquiries are directed to able u In any section of the country
he announces that'he: intends to make I i arrived at that-point At this time Whaler er may be the differences ask, i 1$10 an acre up depending W
oa proxies
I the Metropolis by prospective settlers and far more so than In mOIL
hil future home. On th.ia matter the. {\ much must be done by force, and that to the theory of our remaining In the or homeseekers concerning conditions THE CITY'S FUTURE. ity to roads and shipping point Cootlauds

Jacksonville. Metropolis .says: lis i why every young man must learn Philippines, there Is no room for differences existing In this part of the country I Miami possesses all modern conveniences .I on rock road within i mile 08'" '

-About, three months ,ago Hon c. to fight to the last and if necessary at to the fact We arc there, and the burden of correspondence en- t of civilization a* electric lights Miami may be had for 150 aa acre. aat' '

V. Brown late defeated candidate for die at his post ,I also think that the ani the American people have shown 'somewhat less than that sum for land t
tailed thereby has become so heavy water works sewerage telephone sys-
Governor, i ia a pathetic letter bid fare- millilary schools Is a good thing, for that we intend to stay there. Twice not Immediately on a road., The same
that ne hare attempted In the following tern free mall delivery three newspapers ,
- ,'mell to the people of Marlon county I, many of the pampered youths who at : the Democratic party has made an. article to summarize such Information : two national banks ODe SUM ':[quality of land farther away front

and announced that ,he had moved to ,, tend them." This la not a JnstiUca- issue on this point and submitted itj j transportation faculties can of court*,
u most Important and to : bank. etc. It ha mile of baaaarm
,Dade county which would be Ills future i'I Uon of war, but a rational view of It. to the country and twice the country ; miner the questions most frequently streets of native whit. atone. It III 4 I:i be purchased: for lea. The land to ua

home has spoken, in a mauer that caunot be promising ta
; those
Trouble I asked It is hoped by this means that : practically the terminus of the Florida aa*
Brown at the time of his'candidacy j j Fore een. mistaken its disposition of that Issue. a sample copy of the paper of which.:, East Coast Railway; for though an ex-:customed to the deeprich soils cd -

for,Governor represented Marion and It needs but little foresight to tell I lIt is dot the part of wisdom for any hundreds ., tension ,(other States, being -rock7and sandy
are sent out, will, In most of the road has recently been
Sumter counties In ,the State Senate. that when: jour stomach'and liver are j political party to insist on dying in I I| cues serve the purpose Intended better built penetrating the farming lands yet. results can be ,obtained from It

Hex did ,,not resign this position and are badly affected grave trouble is< the last ditch with a dead issue. No I than personal letter. Specific Information -'I''I'I forty-five miles south this, I* merely I I faIn nee** of the'returns reads** 4,

when he published his good-bye letter ahead unless ,you take the proper : party could last long on such heroics : may be obtained by: writing a feeder to the commerce of this dty. from the more fertile sections of th*} t

the:Metropolis shoved by the constltntion medicine for your disease aa Mrs unless it bad more lives than the legendary I Her country. FutUtser must be used b4 ,
to any of the real estate or other firms are located the steamship dock
Brown could not make John A. Young, of Clay. N. Tn did cat the return more than Justify the
that Mr. ex r
| whose advertisements appear In this of the P. ft; o. Steamship Company *
.his home in Miami and at the same She says: 1 had neuralgia of the I Senator Gorman knows a fact when!, pendlture InvolvedPeople -
and become whose line
paper; the best way to famllltr an operated to Key Westto
a Marion and Sumter In liver and stomach my heart weakenedand ill confronts him in the shape of an
time represent I I I with local conditions progress Havana and. to Nassau. Immense ot energy and Industry: are
the State Senate. I could not eat I..as very bad i,! avalanche. He knows that there Is heartily: welcomed,. and th. '
I Industries and current happening, wharves etc. are being projected to CODJatrTIdeTelopme.ntbe1ng
after the Metropolis published for a long time but In Electric BittersI more than one new grave In the Dem-
days practically begun
w while contemplating removing to this keep pace with the vastly increased Just -

the law in this 'regard Mr. found Just what I needed, for" they i, oeratic cemetery and that there are section 1* through reading the Dally maritime business that must follow on there* room for sH to reap tU t ::r.
came out letter quickly relieved and_cured me Best than that which hold the benefits i
Brown In another newer ones which must ensue as the l
?I I er the Weekly Metropolis the formerof r the deepening of the harbor work: on result
stating that',while be would be in medicine for weak women.druggists Sold under corpse of free silver. which win be Kent to any: address I which la now actually progressing. An of such development Capital snail ,,)

business In Miami he would hold his guarantee by all at t Let other Democrats share the wisdom at the rate of $5.00 a year, $U5 for appropriation of $ :JOOOO has been secured here most profitable Investment whO .

a .citizenship'in Ocala until his,term u 50 cents a bottle. of Mr:Gorman. Let us admit the three months; the Weekly-* large 12page from, the Government: 'for harbor labor to In demand and will paid. Pec- .

State Senator,bad expired. I i futility of trying to take the flag out of paper-being mUled for 11.60 i improvements and the Florida pie of moderate means who"com bar

"This second great political, acrobatic An automobile baa been, driven on I I I: the' Philippines and henceforth lend .rear. East Coast Railroad la'also pledged to and buy a small tract of land, maD .

feat of the "gentleman'from Ma- the beach at Ormond at less that than half I our energies to the work of demanding THE: CITT OF I AJIL expend ..a like amount Thus. $&00,000'II modest horn, set out trait trees, and ;

rion". caused' politicians ,to view'him jnlnute to the mile and speed !,I that the flag which we have planted now being used for this andit wMl waiting for these to come tatabearing
Sprang out of the wilderness eight purpose t.
with much curiosity.-,"Governor Brow- maintained-for a distance of one hun-i I! there shall be the Has of the American i is a moral certainty tot further engag ta ,trucking, are, almost ,
dred miles What would our forefathcrs -j I year ago the railroad having appropriations 0 .
ard." who had experience .with,'Brown ;I I| Constitution.The I this point April 15,1896. 'PrIor to this will bo secured until the without exception successful.And ,

,In the bipodrome-of last spring wa of generation ago say could they Metropolis Is not of those who time one store whose trade wa principally harbor U in a condition commensurate this success costs less effort thai! '
at his performance and awake and have this jam spun them! In other, pasta of the while i
; amused with Its Importance country ,
dot must find It necessary or expedient to with the Indians, and a'few from's commercial -
thought It high time to can a halt The Verily the locomotives take a the climatic conditions radar _woof
change front, on that question. It scattered families, eking out a precarious geographical sod, strategical t:
Governor does net think Mr'Bro1l"Jl1a back seat as the speediest thing that work: possible evwy day,ta the yes
stands where l\ stood at the .be- standpoint Importance
now livelihood by wrecking and the recognized
the rice of State Senator moves on wheels. The _day: to hen with theo benefit or -.*
eligible to hold Ualjh etch
ginning. The ..white man does not retreat manufacture of eoontle starch werethe by public men at the National Capital
t has called for definite action when marvels cease and we can,ex I OPeD throw ta. At the aaaM',
and by an who will
The American to a pioneer who only,evidence of civilization. On study the locationof :

in his case which-promises to create pect anything to happen. j,l blazes the way' for civilization. The July 28, 1891 Miami waa Incorporated this port and its relation to Insnli time .who,sr. enjoying hatltt

etrfte,a little stir.* Constitution follows 0 him-when he and South American to and moderate aueeesa ta their present '
U a city, tarnishing perhaps the'0I11r: commerce
Ten passengers on ,the 'V derland I abode; had better stay where they ara.Then ;
; 1/' gets ready for It., Instance on record la which a full say nothing of the vast trade that '
AND PRODUCE' died of Seasickness on the voyage from should be weighty rssaons to ta-
MARKET. must
r ,, : : o... Hedged city came into existence without spring Into existence upon the '
Antwerp to New York. This Is somewhat flueac my one to make a sari of sqah
completion of the Panama
Brown's Eligibility. first having been a town. Hire canaL e
,Th*"' following telegrams give .I.I1e remarkable. Perhaps was not Toten'we A glance at.:the map win show the importance. People 'who have mad*
hundred required
'is condition: of today's market,whlca'has seasickness,' which is seldom fatal but Governor Broward, numerous politicians most casual observer the failure elsewhere are not likely to be'
possibniUe .
and various members of the to entitle any community to be called
been obtained by special arrangements which causes use tough for death or 'the future hold for the very successful: bar*. Intnigne'aa4
; less Magic Cltr.
; Florida press are Just now worked a city than that number constituting ;
# with'the-leading commission, merchants aC;least to become indifferent to life up Industry, are as issoilli to good too-
and a town. At a meeting held for SCHOOLS AND CHUBCHE&Mlamf
1 and doing a lot of guessing expatiating .
her ta of
throughout the country.,. tulle u any, other pan the
Fund EJ[=","cL over the eligibility of' the'Hoa.. the purpose of Incorporation three ha ODe of the best' publ'.e -
Cardta Fruit Ca -Knoxville Tenn globe
; '
; ,
-- I C. M. Brown to represent the counties. and c&fe-half month after the first schools la the state,,' embracing both ,
tr Feb..2.-Market on all Florida fruits U It Is desired to engac ta general
'tomatoes A few connerfeiteri have lately been and vegetable good. Fancy '
'N $3.50. Green beans 300.- Peppers making and trying' >o sell Imitations next State Legislature because' he.I east The phenomenal growth of this The building are large and well ventilated tr oats,;'peach, apple, grape,' or,

ttW* Lettuce, |t.OO. 'Eggplants S3. of Dr. King's .New discovery, for consumption they claim has moved his lace of: early period has been sustained and there la a competent corps other products of the temperate son*.-<

e't"- Cauliflower,1 '3.50-' Grapefruit, :$3.50 coughs;and colds, all oth- residence from,Ocala Marion county' throughout, the, eight years of thecity's of teachers.' A Catholic' 'convent 1* to one must east his lot some hundreds Ot r t p,

Oranges $2. 0.\ er medicines thereby defrauding, the to Miami rUe county. history. be"erected this summer; which wUl mile to the north,and accept th- Boll ;

Stevens Bros. Baltimore, Md.,Feb. public. This Is to warn rod to be- How does our distinguished Governor POPULATION. ETC. provide Instruction for both sexes.' that I* part ot the- legacy' of ands, l:

ft* J.-Tomatoes,' fancy $1 to $4: choice, ware of such people who seek to profit and those supporting him. know Miami baa at present a resident population There are also private schools a musical ;where( these thing' 'can: bit grown' 4

through stealing the reputation of that Mr. Brown has changed his placeof of between 4.000 and 5,000. In conservatory, and art school so Neither Is this a stock-raising eoaatrr.,
t1.5d' to 32.50Cukes. .
$2 to 1250..,Lettuce.
have been successfully the winter month this population 1* that every educational need be Ii
remedies which residence from Ocala to Miami? may I There la a "no-fence law.whk"1 to s
... Eggplants 8159 to '3- .
Beans' $3 to 83.50..' Grapefruit; |2 to, curing disease for over,35 year A man's place of residence is that augmented by the addition of hundreds supplied. Then" are about thirty great boon to ,the settler of'limit** c

W. to : I A sure'protection tc YOU, Ii our name he chooses to make It slid that city! of visitors mostly: of the wealthiest flourishing schools la the county. i meats, and there: ta vry little live
82 $2.25.
13 Oranges,
on the wrapper Look,for it oa 'all he prefers to call: his home. Mr. Brown daises, who come to enjoy the Every, religions denomination is rtock ta the county On the other
M.Lane A Song New York:Feb: 2.- '
Tomatoes 13; to''U. Peas' 85 :to 17.] Dr. King's or Bucklen's remed:ev'as claims,Ocala as his home, his place of Ideal climate and the neat fishing lathe represented, and the.following' have I band If It U desired to engage ta'the' *

unfrozen ,' G' an others are mere Imitations. H.: E. residence and declares,that although world. To accommodate these handsome church: building': Pneby- culture ot citrus fruits, pineapple'vaHow.

Eggplant, $4Beans. ,, ," $ toIt Bucklen & Co. Chicago, lit, -and j engaged In business In Miami he stall visitors there are numerous hotel tertan. Episcopalian Catholic M. E. tropical or semi-tropical fruits

th '. Windsor Canada. continue to recognize,the Brick: Cityas and boarding house, principal among Church, M. E. Church South. and::d I i the growing of vegetables at the sea'y

ORANGE 'a-F'E. All druggist his abiding place. Moreover he is which is the Hotel Royal Palm, an immense Baptist |son of,th* year when an other'parti'
CROP : $40 feet 300 feet SOlI. I '
a registered voter Is Marion county building long ; AND 'PRODUCtS. {,of the country are ta the grip ot win*

While the recent cold snap reachedgenerally : :A cable dispatch from;Puerto Barrios he to not In Dade county. wide and five stories high with aecom-: The prlndpal Industry this 1eC:'.Iter;; this section: offer decided advantage ''

,,throughout ,the State andresulted ,- British Honduras last Saturday,, These facts belts true and'Governor i I I modationa for SOU guests; beside lob-, Lion Is the growing of fruits and winter -I i over any other' .xutioa -ot the

Yl In ,some. damage;the:West said the schooner Atrato,: from 'r San Broward being_unable to prove them, bios rotundas dining. rooms office, I Ir vegetables for the Northern mate j t' Unites States. '

Coast peninsula suffered less t1Ian-anr Bias coast New York, put ,into to the contrary It would appear to/r etc. It Is set In,twenty acre of trop-i I[(kets. Tomatoes form,the staple cromj 6!t .

sr t other section so far as reports recelT there .. The schooner'had a any reasonable person that Mr. BrownIs Cal garden, beautiful beyond description. ,, but there are large quantities of other' A Contrast

ell from that section Indicate, These cargo of 330,000- cocoannts' and Ivory I eligible to fill the position to which There are,several other<<.lI.l I vegetable* grown such as tomato, On February 8, Codgress will. canvass
reports are,not merely on'paper, but nuts and was dismasted ,at'English be was elected by the voters and residents mailer than the Royal Palm to be egg plant peppers beans eta the 'electQral vote. Of,the 74'S

are iii'evidence In the substance, Sea..: She lost and with better service planting Th.1'
says Bay; Inthe Caribbean of Marion and Snmter county, sure, yet larger I I season extends from 'electoral'votes 336 have been cast for i

the GalnHT1l1e'Sun.i.- ., her rudder'and'her' bottom wa* badly and that Governor Broward and all than 1* usually found la town of October 1 to January 15, and the bulk ,Roosevelt'and 140 for Parker leaving ,
Division Superintendent H. 'A. Ford that It :the 'At 'this : of the shipments ;
damaged. The cable stated other agencies concerned must find twice aka writing are sent North from '
the former of 188.
a majority
$ 'of the Atlantic Coast Lne.baa reveived would be Impossible to' repair her another 'and other five-story hotel la la u.j November until May although, then One
pretext stronger more
hundred years ago,',,when the Senate
samples of' oranie- from the various there and the,veasel ,would likely'be t sane than that the Hon. Mr.'Brown Is erection. : I being practically no difference la .the' canvassed\ the: electoral vote. It, fount
sections south ot Trilby as far condemned. Her cargo ,la valued at disqualified to be a State Senator amply The population I* cosmopolitan, every I seasons seeds may be planted or vegetable that Thomas Jefferson had received

as 8t:, Pete rsburgand'Investigation $15,000 and Is Insured In the Atlantic Miami : State la the Union furnishing Its gathered any day la the :you '
because he to existing In
162 while the candidate of the 4
; votes
'demonstrated the tact that this,fruit Mutual ot New York. The schooner quota of representative. An undesirable Vegetable are grown usually on the ',
and doing a business here.,, i
Federalist party Plnckney. of South
was Iot'-t all,injured. The trait was Is owned by W. A;:C. H. Mitchell of It would that Governor Brow foreign element Is unknown. prairie lands whhlch are free, from '
seem Carolina received 14. That was'v
R ,perfectly sound and Juicy, possessing. Halifax.-Fruit Trade. Journal and ard could find valuable and Important CLIMATE.' I Umber and are composed of a 1n4 ot only
more -
a great triumph for Jeffersou.
.. 1 mart
excellent ., from
aa Rec rd. Writing personal experience.aftervisiting .
J I matters .to occupy his time I before he had been defeated bpi; +
I years
B.D.'Dlckeu., agent of the Atlantic '' California and other sec-i Fruits are grown on PIne lands,
than dabbling in and beingthe main I I John Adams by three votes Adama
Coast ,Line at St Petersburg telegraphed Poisons' In Food. lions where climatic condition are which are slightly higher than the .'
| mover In a petty: affair against one of having receive 71 and Jefferson 68.: In
e Superintendent' Ford that ,acareful I I considered at their best we can unhesitatingly i prairies and In_this section very rocky '
Perhaps you dOn't realize that many I the ,men he defeated for the exalted 1SOO Jefferson defeated Adam by ,
:j inspection of nine groves re- say that Miami has the most :This rock Is a peculiar coral formation '
pain poisons originate In )"Our'food.,; office withwhich he is honored and d C
Adams 65 and
: eight ;
receiving -
Teaied,the fact Ihat the fruit'ta that (1 ''i perfect winter, climate In the United |containing,a great deal of plant food votes
bat some day you may: feel a twinge j which he Is supposed to honor accord. Jefferson 73
section' was uninjured.: R i States. Cold Is almost unknown even ;as evidenced by the fact that In many voteatJefferson's

: Superintendent Ford stated that of dyspepsia that 'W111'convince you.I ]ugly' I i the slightest frost being very rare. places, orange and other fruit trees are I triumph In 1804 was .a'

from the beat Information obtainable' Dr. King's New' Life Pills are guaranteed I! The warmth of summer' Is temperedby 'to be seen bearing thriftily, thoughapparently ,, death blow to the Federallst'rart Itnever
to cure all sickness due tb poisons What's the matter with the Jacksonville ( recovered from that defeat and
'' considerable fruit northof Trilby was I A : the cooling breezes from the At- standing on a solid plate i
of undigested food-or'money Metropolis? few days
'damaged,, but the. trees are unhurt prtrate : lactic and the highest temperature j of this rock. Bring of a porous ort i.: a few years later ceased to exist even
notice :
at' contained ot ,
back 25 cents all,druggists. Try a I In Proportionately Jefferson's
The.younger trees, however, may shed I recorded by government thermom- honey-combed structure the roots of
them. cars and parties en route down the electoral :
t their leaves, ,but,this, will be the only I Coast ,eter; during the summer months Is 98.i ;, the trees are enabled to penetrate It : majority of votes was greater -
East The Miami Metropolis 'I'
{ '
I I than Roosevelt' After an honorable
i and draw ,
rat HEALTH. ample sustenance from
resultjThis: As a sidelight on.the race question.', clipped: it credited to the Jacksonville,, I
useful existence of hundred
I win be gratifying InformatIont about forty students' the Vanderbilt The city ranks among the first In would appear to be a very uu romla- i and one
Metropolis and used it: The Miami
t those who felt sure the orange crop University,turned ont In zero weather News ,I the United State In point of health. I lug source. This rock by the way, 'years the Democratic party
evidently clipped tho"'Saml'i,
w .throughout, 8f.cUoQ', .was. A- 'BU'oyedt and manfully and ,quite effectively ;, thing, for it "'as.u ,in that paper jI j Thore; Is entire freedom from malaria j makes a beautiful and durable building t i i meets defeat nearly as overwhelming
ly as its triumph a century ago. Letus
assisted In saving at I and there are no "prevailing diseases". material, and the new court house :
too. property i with al\ghtchangtng'\ and no credit "
that unlike the Federalist ,/
'Those aliments which are common to I and Jail, as well u several residence I| hope pajvtr.
,4 Judge William B.. Your county: attorney Roger Williams University. This,In-i\ given, Now, then the Jacksonville'
Cromwell all parts of the country seem to be :In the city, built of this stone & it will survive such'a defeat and
lawTer to those
; Hon.< Gibbous ident might give an insight
a i Metropolis comes at.us again )with the: also I gather in strength as It gathers toyears.
their much admired all
In of vapors
and speaker of,the,Florid Houseof n the North who do ,not understand same thing' and gives credit to the'I here robbed part power, as by It j
I '' .
they molly appear In a mild form makes the finest road matft1al'In the .
Representatives 'S. X The Williams
; air Boyleston the'race issue. Roger Miami News for the story which first i
and r&R41 leave the bad effects which world, and Dade county leads Jill others : .
,!. ; Jr; ,"JIUIK'nger.agent for: the Sea- Indents seemed dazed. but when ,the so far ss we know emanated from !tat J'
follow In the wake of like diseases in the State In mileage and con-,, A Jacksonville man was arrested
*' board Air,Line; Mr.,Tracy L. Acosta 'wys from, the.Vanderbnt arrived and own columns. Such breaks as this Is I I '
Scarlet because he "scrapped" with 'a malt +
ditlon of her
elsewhere. fever and diphtheria highways
State agent for th* Pens Matoal, Life directed them what to do, they worked ,
capable ri i
making s paper while The fruits cultivated *
art unknown typhoid are chiefly :
Insurance Company and Alexander R. with great Ten. r It shows: that the the of the public and then .
eyes ,
Is rarely heard of. It Is desirable grape-fruit, and I route. This Is further erldepce that
fever a j oranges pineapplest'naraa
Merrill-Stevens' have greatest
of the Engineering Southern white : the
Merrill men "
too certain the News toes not!
marine 'e.are ; place for those suffering from I<< mangoes, avocado petra and Cncle Sam .a dangerous fellow to
Company engineers, ympathy for the negro;and that also desire credit it don't dea '
: Governor rve. I Io lung trouble, asthma catarrh and I limes are largely produced, but being: mix up with .
;$ ;have been appointed by: the negro needs, the'directing: genius '
j similar disease which prevalent indigenous to the thrive! .o
are country they
members of his staff with the rank of of the Southern white. man Agonizing Bums. ,
'colonel. The gentlemen have receiv -p. f la colder dlmates. Many: person affected with little or no cultivation. Citrus';' The latest newspaper directory: y

commissions and now with these Ills have come here trees require from three to five year' shows that Boston has nine daily papers ,;
e.d' theli bank Is In
are A new being organized are Instantly relieved and.
perfectly and have been cured or greatly bene- after planting to produce fruit Pineapple -i and Philadelphia the same number. +
having.measures taken, for, uniform ,Tampa and will it la expected be In healed, :by: Bncklen's Arnica Salve.C. .
ntted. Of course, this 1* not the case which grow on a plant some-j .-St Augustine Record. Thaisnothing.
Governor's stiff
The personal Is operation In Ybor City, within a short Rlvenbark of
Jr. Norfolk Va., la' every: Instance. People die here u what resembling the cactus, and which Both Boston. and Philadelphia -
of ten. and as fire of this number -! time. The fourth ward of Tampa has writes: "1 burnt knee -t
: my dreadfully; they do everywhere else. No country are propagated by setting slip or should be ashamed of their lack
: have been named from'Jackson1 DO banking Insitntion of Its own but
that blistered
y ; all over. Bucklen'lArnJ'ea bus yet been discovered where people suckers, bear fruit la IS month after of etnerprlse Only nine papers each .
ville.tt Is conceded that the Governor i the new Institution win be located
Salve stopped the pain and art Immune from death and disease j planting.! la this section they are Why, Miami hal three daily papers
bas distributed honor' liberally,enough I there and will. It 11-stated. later have healed It without a scar." Also heal
At the same time It may be truthfully grown h> the open, there being no neeesp'ty even though its population will not to
as concern this dty. Jacksonville a branch In West Tampa. .-Tampa ...wounds
all and sores. 25 .
: cents at said that the condition tending for protection from cold and tal quite a* much as one-thlyd that
Sa. 'nm"i i
;. an druggists. I to general healthfulae an a* favor there la thus a saving of about ''to of either.BROWARD y




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;Second Section MIAMI! FLA., FEB 3. 1 9O5 Tv"e've Pages I



Ackworth Went Ashore But Was Re I Cr Else Their Names aid Reputations i

leased b> the W ckers. OUT NEW CROPS FOR HIS BARGE Will,, be.- Published.- ,I SWIMMING\ { RAGE I

ON INSPECTION. The omacK Ail.t came inTO port yesterday At the regular nif-etin of the Merctunis I

afternoon from Eliot! Key;: with R. tail Ass-xiat on- last: ni--,ht I
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the report that the large English II I, ultiiVrs fir the ensuing' year were
u:, I
tramp steamer Ackwurth. of"I'"t : .le< led as follows i
Hartlepool Eng. and bound from Cardiff Presidcnt-lsrdr Cohen.
arrott Flagler and Others to Vera Cruz with coal was ashoreon ', Vice-I'risiJont-C. L Ximanles.StKre'ar ONE: c
Triumph Reef ten miles south ot )' and Tri'iis!jrer-C. M. ;| '.
Leaves for Lower Coast. : Fowey Rock lUht and In need of as i Bmwn, Jr. i i s,

If sistance. A number of mw meinocrg; were .", !
a n
The yacht Louise was at once male taken into ihe association. The meet. II -
r i I
ready and with several dozen spades! J Ing was largely attendej and pro ! '

THIS MORNING ON STEAMER BIS1t I! and picks went to the rescue. The :, Sir. Walter Hawkins: general agent/ ;; A suit In admiralty was instituted In tlvo of much tnthiuadtn awl icier-1 i K)' one stroke, or a di"t..ne of fire

t wreckers with their boats, twenty.five of the Consolidated Fruit Company' tin I'nil .1 I 5i.itcs; Court Monday by I!II est. .| feet
;1 CAYNE TO INSPECT THE SUR-j! ( Is In the city today. Mr. Hawkins has I .1 or six Tercy Cavill the Australian ..""w
1VEY\ or more in number, had already gotten t Capu RG.. Ross, of Jacksonville. The matter of dllnquent debtors '
RAIL. champion swimmer defeated Mr. ]
OF THE just completed a trip through the r
wind of the steamer being on the :which wu discussed at the last meeting I
C. T. X>; K Luui-
of the against > Louis FltrgrralJ. the
section talented 'i
-} ROAD TO KEY WEST. fruit and vegetable cmateurn
: reef and swarmed about her like beoe. : along with plans to keep out and I Ipt'nat .
county, and Is very much gratified over, mus. Charles 3rickell and )'. A. Root '(miner of the New York
the Louise i the Information of "bad
f' As soon as arrived they, I.a\\ .:

.' I It with members of the crew, set about : the outlook'and prospects of early A libel, in pesona m a cause of con- customers, ai Uken up again !ID the pool of the Royal Palm t

t iemo>'lng tha cargo from the bow or { and abundant crops of vegetables !nj|i tract chit and ma.'i'Jrae.: lie libel upon motion it. was decided that a'lj! caMinu Thursday he ili.stance Iwv Jrc
the those destroyed or injur i
j Messrs. H.,M. Flagler and J. R. Par I forepart o! the ship, for th) purpose I place of was filed by Bisbee &: Bedell proctors merchants, ant w.-tubers of tho association Lug cotereil' ty the winner in 15.03.:
ed the recent cold i Itinent '
I ;rott. of the F..K C. Ry. accompanied Ih j of lightening her up. More by or lesa damage snap.Mr. Hawkins; for the lib ll.i.iT. 'i shall first notify their, >l"ln-! I It was a pretty race, a fair 'rare,
After all night anj i rnslo'tiPrs to 1"11. wt'hin
j bT' 1Ir. W. H. Keenan Mr. Flagler1* tr | worklcs : dumping says, has been don in all g'-c'JonSi It appears frox the li'>el that Clp' ,, up! I aim a race la which the bt>>t IliaD wuo.ili.muli I
about two hundred tons of the a specified time, after which thsy, bar I II w
,r brother-in-law, and E. J. Triay and i and that the majority ot the old tats Robs catered Into a contract on )1 r. Fitzgerald proved hluuvtta
coal overboard the Ackworth sat en u'g not complied, :'times will ba CUC' I
caved! I worthy foeman the
of Jacksonville, left MOD day : abled to back off the reef this morning Is a loss, thon-in the growers October :31. 1904. with C. T. McCrim- :I i j i .ated among the various merchaus'l i at game mgaiuit

W.I! some of their crops and many reed: i," mon and J. E. Lummus doing business : any and all swimmers except a ma
the steamer Biscayne Captain o'clock. An examination them .
(;gem about 5 {i fi.v ng I. be bad pay suit tit it ,
I 1 ,. .! of the calibre of Cavill. who. with one
beds, and are even now busily under the firm name of McCrlmmon :(
showed that she had suffered little mu'.iug off '..d. 'eJIt and
or c
for |
U. McIntyre commanding a trip
j.| in for the early j ir"\C''I"\\ exception: | and that in doubt, Is the
no Injury after which she sailed on )I gaged replanting &: Co., of Miami. Fin, whereby the defendants Inc fi.rther RH. The names
f, to:the,keys inspecting the work be'lag spring market hired from the libellant two best exponent of the art in the world.
her i i, ci-sn.rners are I l-eing
tuv coi"iii"l
w: done by the surveyors on the proposed Ackworth fe '!\I The new crop t not l'e as large I. barges then In the Miami river, to be th3 byI. According to the rules governing
The a TelT'lage steamer ".c? It will be la ..p.tdirrt I+
I and
l extension the as that de8troy 4. as the market I to and I>rofen ioualisui araateuiUm the
; route of the : 3,000 or more tons and went on the ;' used transport goods, wares for an ear/! c t-tilbutlon.
I will then Ira tree of glut and prices men could not contest for a wager ana
;road Tia the keys to Key West reef early Monday morning. Fortunately merchandise from a wrecked or dls- |I I lu conectlcu wl'h ttl* mait. it aa
advanced, the trowerj will teallzc abled vessel lying out several miles'' "I trophy cup was donated by Mr. It. y
k; and the light and she rented M.II>j that th aft:' of the .
The Biscayne has been fueled I sea was [ ) 011 r->* >c a
x handsome p-ofiu/ from the proJace I B. S&egar for the event the lame to ;
easy until extricated. It is said thither at sea. I tint t; its Ian Ufct.ng in UKlrn up
i for cruise ten days
jMTOTlsloned a become the
raised atd -koted aud he fe''It property of the winner.
., tea The libel 1 alleges that the defendantsagreed
tk' master made a contract with the I i\i. problem had Len the man. of I
two weeks, though It was anounoI confident that the recovery from loss to return the barges In as The agreement called for Ca>lllta '
wreckers to remove her for 'flOK( I| l'U1lJf: many, v>ln do not c\'+ ) 11t
I by thZ party that they; would prob- :will be compl to within a very few good order and condition as when I .. swim twenty lengths of the pool or p
and that he paid this amou ;o them |I .. i ubllshed, re H? tp old d -u
here next and not | weeks and :non:".. and if anything they received them and they were to a distance of 3,000 feet. while'Mr. Fit,
_-..ably return Sunday I before sailing. I 1 i in the matter of the sppllcv'jr. oti I
'. that tat, freest will lot mire ut a Men- pay |1250 per day for each of thebargeL '. gorald went eighteen lengths, or ..TOO
than Tuesday. i/In' three daily imp ers for utn.4rt.t.hlt
il.ter .1'! log sod h3l.in the end ttxr.n it wan ,s It Is alleged that they bad one ] i iae'.se feet. ; ti:
,' down Sunday night SEVERAL PERSONS KILLED. m the : ..J>. elation it WM ilu
Mr. Flagler came injury. of the barges twelve days and the other tl The contest was begun at 12 o'clock
of : after
the: ne du i\t\ ih
.yr j
.c.:on the regular train and was IWtearly Warsaw Jan. 31.-Several persons From nets Mr. Hawkins goes tJackxoiuilio I I eleven daysand that the amount with a large crowd of ;jurists from Uw
r .1. are '
nor-tapers idt .i
;' :this morning, and In company were killed and many wounded In encounters to open up the office pI' due tor the hire of the barges was titled to io"u.-f..!.. as the'.* ",im.n.Mf >s Royal Palm and other Hotels preaenC CSi

i-with :Mr. H. W. Merrill manager of with troops here yesterday.The the Cons il'daV.: Fruit Company tai-t, I $S7.50, which has not been paid. -'. not HO u> or the tu.i of ".\ Both men suited even with a powerful i'

Cost Aid Society has suspended and for tb-i abundance ct business steady itroka Gradually Cavil
preni.-e It Is also alleged that the defendants J
and Mr. R. W. Parsons Retail
QtheBoyal: Palm I as prescribed by the
operations telephone communications It la sure to handle. gained on his opponent and at the end
I agreed to pay, In the event of the
!, th-tt &,". ;
laws and the
:/ app.JC.ilion
.. second rice-president of the F. :
are interrupted and the condrtjion* I I of the sixteenth course Cavill had
I loss or destruction of the barges, damages
,*E..- C. Ry. made an' inspection of theplkotel throughout Warsaw such that it la''I COTTON POOL FORMED. !, and In the event of the total loss were rejected.that in the Ho "i>vr. :a was decided I made up all of the distance but about

grounds and property here he victims.Imposible to ascertain the number of : New Orleans, Jan 31.-The name of the barges, they agreed to pay $2.- lives of the prens'im fu.ure inti .el repns to alien"n.a-j I II I twenty feet. The positions were pra.c1I8l1y y'

;.being very. gratified that the damage of the cotton pool formed by the executive 000 for each or either of them no de- the meetings! of ii) .> nsv>cl.i'i .n. unchanged after that until the t
Two additional of fhfan-
regiments i I last length when Cavill demonstrated
'to the plants and shrubbery by the late commute of the Southern Cot-; stroyed. !
tiy and two of drazor- have arrUelhere his superiority as a swimmer
and In
:o."t The libellant alleges that one of the ,
the Southern
I I11r. ton Association will be i
cI nap was no worse. MAGNIFICENT TOURING CAR. the
spurt followed he
Planters Commission and Holding Co. I,( barges was destroyed while In posses j
Farrott and the other gentle- I t !
overhauled hi* opponent and touched
slon of the defendants and that the
_. I The charter has been drafted and II !i ,
/ e Monday morning and'TROOPS I AND STRIKERS CLASH. I the facing of the pool by stroketo
dmen came one
defendants became indebted Of En'
.. I the headquarters will Le in yew or- thereby Panhard Make Here and i. |

; they, .with Mr. na ler. Immediately I leans. The executive commute will 1 to the libellant in the sum of $2.00', Route the RoodCaptain 1. +t
] to Cuba.
boarded- die steamer which had moved Warsaw is the Present Seat of the I Chas. Ball acted scored x
:, i' I finally endorse the details of the pool which has not been paid, an.l which as

-up from the Royal Palm dock to the Trouble. the defendants refuse to pay. for Fitzgerald, : while Mr. C. Roberts
t __ at a meeting to be held in Atlanta
t' terminal dock, and was away on their i, 7. i ij The defendants firlcXell an.1 Root An Interestingehlcle on the street. acted in a like capacity for CavilLMr

ri"trip.- St. Petersburg Jan :31.-The latest February this morning and which b.1b'g lion niwards timer
attracted was and
1 j It has been agreed that \ '. P. Brown were sureties on the bond given by ,

Y. This Inspection .of the proposed reports from Warsaw depicts the sit.! shall be president of the new"*company ': the two first named defendants to the crowd around I It wherever I It atop { G. Ensue saw that the contestants ,

t,'"; route of the extension of the road to nation throughout: Poland as iucreas- libellant. and they are made parties I touched the feeing at the far end of
1 ped was the 24 hors < paver v"nnn;
Key West Is the first that has been Ing in seriousness Minor collisions j township ; : the P<.tli.| .
.&; j I! defendant to the suit. The libellant car of Mr. James1.. Waters of New :
S mad by Mr. Flagler or any other of between the troops and the populace I Tho men retired immediately to
,organization <,f the farmers. The ;, sues for the recovery of the amount York City who with hi? (chinffeur.. I
[the high officials of the road and it < continues to swell the number of the their
drilling r after the .
I due under the contract and Interest om rac! yri
warehouse committee of the Sothern y.;. B. Citchcll. will leave for Ih( ana
-L.portends much In the culmination of I on the amount-Times Union.I 'itzg-.ntl"! rouipinut-nled CavllI m
Cotton Association will meet here on j on Thursday's steamer w b the machine .
':"the project. The party will be doml-! Railroads and Industries are at a I hit "humin s' lit and! sail tl he
i The bare In question It will tx remembered ; > : it
Its will be
j February 4. to complete report I entered In & lOtVmilu endurance .
'.tiled aboard of the steamer during e' complete standstill, and the thousands i I I ; broke loose from the had dono hit test to win; but was ;
rue on or a"nut feiiniary >
: of workmen, have been Idle for months !
the trip, which will probably be extended all in at li<; finish Cull
EARTHQUAKE IN ALABAMA. j: wreck of the German bark ZIon on 12 was strong
to Key West, or, at least, to are starving and desperate this tan I I
1 ) the reef off Fort Lauderdale duringa and could ha>o gone a much greater
i present terminus of the survey.. Itor lending the greatest danger. I Birmingham Ala., Jan. 2S.-A Spe- Tho ma(hiue !is :i H-nLaM ;Fri.iich distance.The .
blow late last fall and went on the make and '
.The American consulate'Warsawbal I clal from Gadsden and Attala says was ua exhibition at the
I beach, there being wrecked The R rare was Interesting and exciting -
Paris Automobile
.MILES ORTON'S SHOWS. telegraphed that many stores, j that a severe earthquakevshork was ) last year It'I"
throughout the
G. Ross Co. that it and contestantswere
as owners aver
mostly those belonging to Russians, J felt there last night at 10 o'clock.! painted a light cram color and t tt !
i was worth $:!,OOO. and solicit the aid of roundly cheered daring th. pith .
;l .No'show that has yet visited this: have been pillaged by the mobs and j Many people were awakened by the \\ ighs 2,700 "olin 011\. It Is nn"bl* pf cif the match. Considerable'
I the force the of that
court to payment
| i,- "city" gave more genuine value than, that every factory .Is closed. j I shock which rattled the windows and amount from the defendants a speed of CO miles: per hour and H'cssnled moneybanged hands, Mr Fitzgerald/

| !r? MllesArton'a aggregation last .nlgrti A general strike .Is In effect! Those i doors. Farmers from the country con : as the most perKct touring hating many supPorters{ who did not

!"sjat I tents on the lot east o/ the willing. to work are compelled to J 'tD firm the report I' car In America today j I believe Cnvill could give him such
TWO FINE DRESSES BURNED. Mr. Waters attended th" a
j strike. r''Cl'nt
the A estimate
pot.: The tent -was well fillod, litl conservative I Ii hnmllrap.

e l>lte of the fart that the circus had :! of the dead at Warsaw is one hundred i GULF COAST INVENTORS. I II races at Ornion l. but the niuhinas :I a

andthat i The Savannah New .t tf. turd.: tot entered in any of the contests II' 4
en advertised but a hort tint}. I > :: I THAT JACKSONVILLE !FIRE.

St 31. The issued to gulf const clients; itported "In the it In spee.I. Sir Oltchell cui.-:o down
;told. Th.. merit of the show was era- I Petersburg. Jan report express car if the !nnnh A Number of Rookeries and Other

': phaaied" by the fact that no one left i I that Maxim Gorky will be h,IUP-M by P Swift & Ca. patent lawyers.i bound Atlantic > 'oast l.iin in'n ..UiuliarrUcd M-sien'ay with the car, )'- MV". Buildings Burned Yesterday .

Washington. n. C. who will send complete tera did not arrive until tais!! nhirain. .,.
| the discomfort cancel by the I est foundation, and the expectation: Is t' ia '>'n.I'" ;! h< hens? met at !'li.' I.l| ; 'jv \lGifchtll \ .\ persistent minor baa been cur tc.

-*nJ i j of this paper for five cents per copy: I fire, w hch! ilatniij.i>.1 l soiim f h,' and taken to the III.' aJ FilmHo I rin: a":: -".'y ,ihnt JackHuavllle vuffcred 'j',

.':express their appreciation. Ay J Inside< a few weeks. .! AI hawa- Joseph W Riddl 1 Thorn freight chief ni.ioiu this, !h. t. i. el. I tU'h"r .h.asrmns'' tnnAatntiun un. *

.- gnetlne' Record. j The only charge agains Co'Uy Is as, Oil $c'p.tratur.; John E. Douglas. very handsome lr"s .s tut"; ',> In ape ai i hI; of Ih,' r"vt r.i. oj atOrI"on'l "a.
da' l.i.-t w.fK. nittt that all (if thUTri'un f f
that he is a member of the comrurte j Dln.itnghsm, Steam Pump; Claule P MrII. M Ha;'ltr, at Palm ''t'J: 1h..r Mr 1,1( l (ch.ll K-MI| ihiih t ter''
from tncJIIIHto
"'Mr; Mitchell showed by tha record f of three appointed to collect fun H for I PnSne. Huni,,iilf.:! Conveyor Dolt | sister \Vilmio,' ,:', N. C"llio time !uu'nt of ihra ,.rf \v-t- [i') ant
:loop II' !I'"t to lbKurttr Hate had!
[ that with only one r-ct-ption this the strikers j Haline; Tatum Elba Non.refillablo'! f.rp O\'I'urrt'.I.ri..rlt::!: hir' ubetween uo'i>n.oI, hit" lio wns
I i Rut ile. Pijor sho ,f Is the Voidest weather in January that i \Caeroasand ''."a in h i '> .enrwIs
Ii 'MII '' Hrrui'i the
l'II"sent-n ? on
| l.oulsiulJaJohn J. A. Coftins. Boy < hI..'.. not n '"1.' mi 't>tn? either iIIt.Ja.1
i | .
fj:Florida has experienced In thirty two TO GOVERN CANAL WORK. steam heat !bid horn cut 0.1 .p .it i train toilstt wnji Uarnf? !

K. yt'8.The exception was In I88C i Washington Jan. SI.-Th* Hmise I jlir.o. Fertilizer Ui-trilmtor! ; William I car atil i Jlmssenter \Varr ',1, \% h'' + in spe'-I 1 or d'irxhir "\\\ tJ 'h- foers that as
there was qui e a fire Jackson-
the mercury went down to la.JnJch '! Committee on Interstate and fore'gn! J. Irs>th. New 1I.<'fla. Rail Joint in barge made a tire itt '> 'L... thitle ('.Iro;.
wmri1'' yc"td dav. hut thai It was J
is only two degrees lower than Commerce today anthirlred a fa tor. I Texas-John W. Jo>ce, ':May. Cultivator I inter while he was hI.' : 5' Of e-i.'iiruirriii>s Mr, iJ.'ehH' R.H,! ,"
: nut IIIlr ."i '- rti>m ns ruim-rs had It "
:qdal. Mr. Mitchell, showed the fol-!" able report on the Mann bill, abolishing 1 .Attachment Thomas E. Lewis. *.! in another par ..r, sir'i -. h. .i' that! lb. iO.t-ss are nol n-t mu':h inu'er It seen s'hat diirloth. .- jffraooa' aidH t.//.

A. J. Ray and M P. Wesson Ft Worth. of s,..-. d :us enliirar-e .\ "'
: fowfag comparative data for January the Panama Canal Commission, j lii.Uon was at i 'acted hy lb.' 'I -.h'! i;MHt
I pile, a high wind was bIQ :g a firestarted
f-where the thermometer registered bellow : and placing: the Government canal Crude Oil Burner i, of fines: nut hi ti.runi i o, s thiinckauos ,. <. from 25 tn .:'i,) miles! is maititn 1,01 I r
I In r>n>> or the hundreds f.f rooUtit -
''' tie freezing point: ., t ie and the work of constructing the 'i'II'I-J'lbn I M Shaw and S'I| niioj' :'h" stove on tlr A". S throughout the ,'Vl'nt.he car lir-'MM' ? i as
"- and I other ttn.l.olrahie l houses lah
1S79.2a I I.. Good!<>. Fannin. Wire.stretcher.j up to ih't: 111.,1 l a'wmo being armiml :
f *lSt32 degrees: ; degrees: I canal entirely m the bands of the j his o'r'oat.hid1 .as nuiio 11 )h -. w'rn part of the city near the

x.1894, 24 degrees; 18R6. 15 degrees; j President j 1 The Southern States' rapid development i opt'ra'iun, h>> sm 'ith"riM t th: li <: ,i-, the tape "hen the Bnlsb 13 ma e. HA ,,1 n!. 'ii it' 'P"I. and I t..r"r".Ifu-n mmi,'rsuer'1 ::i,

I 1 in nisinnfarttirln!; has caused poke very hlchly of tee! rends! nroinl' I
SST; 2! degrees; J8S8. 2S degrees; i ij quit Kly f.s pobbt! 1 a r "I'ulxr! tif 'hriii had been .

":1892, 24 I degrees; 1595, 2C degrees; i HOSSON'S FATHER DEAD j much fear In New England lest the The liainage! to :he two Jr"-'""< "t ''s Mia'iii and call I thai on th>'m he n..nea'llv | '..im..J; I '>.,' \in'lillin-\ : : several substantial -

i5l6 24 degrees; 1S97, 2l degrees; I Birmingham, Jan .-A special South take the lead over them, and it the greatest losi Chen the' t're Jo thr'Y r:\H to forty niiln pethour :I sir ti ,it *. ntjillng a In1 of sevraI .

*JS9S, ';28 degrees; 1903::, :s degrees; : from Greensboro., announces the I seems well founded. In three years parked' the skirts were fIII'.1 l ,, 'c" in. h.i'ar: He expo.'s :.h > oar I tbusrai,I dol'ar! Bt>yon: this.!

}19I:8} degrees, and Friday 17 de- death there this morning of Judge Jas. the manufacturing output of the South and :I' .. c.. nivm'rt( that ta,' I linedends | 'o ;ice a :"<> a'to'iTi of h,'rn. R i H ,
i It IS v'n' I I. +:'* i3'""R"- wasMcorilmt lolJ<4 )
",'.greee.. M. Hobson, father of Captain Richmond has increased nearly twenty-five pert] that were ucvt to the stove -were the Havana: nice, and w "nil n.t 1 te ], -

,* Pearson Jlob on. The cause was j I cent. and the number of tnventtonstwentytwo ; burned thus making! two seeti.n'.f Ii..rl'rl"j at winning the ven- i iI I ; :'u great dispatches the b

"' ., The print paper, trust is as frt a : pneumonia and his age; sixty-el bti per cent. A State's growth each skirt!. The two dr ses .. ,'r- I laps and Russians are again ca!>hii! < a

"porker.aa J any in the country. ai.d In i years. I is, according to statistics, only as rapId handsome lace robes." There! < ..rtn I... s.n n late ED);- I! In battle As usual the i-rellt belongs ,

[gists on a steal of fifty per ::ent. from I i ______ ____ as her improvements In the useful li h rnairi''iii, for cleaning tare at i I I to the little yellow .ni<'n of puttng'be }

z be press of the country. WHITE MAN AND NIGGER. arts I'rc>sl
;j Washington Jan. 31.-The President J j I much about the "strenuous liCe:' but despaired of prttlnc your tare that r'1

me:. Mnlot, who has a school for I will appoint Thomas J. Woodford President Roosevelt has received a If he is In earnest In his fight for the
Jbllnil at Angers, In France. Is In 1 postmaster of N'ew Orleans. Walter genuine Sioux war bonnet and a Sioux regulation;; of Interstate commerce which you see in the shops Make of New York, is a candidate for w

A" tnlted'States demonstrating them ': L. Cohen a negro, will be appointedi buckskin coat from John Films, superintendent rates be Is likely to learn core some vorv peak tea and add a few matrimony, in there tent! to be nothing

for teaching the blind of which register of the land office at New OrMeans. ., of the Indian school at'' aU'ut strenuoslty than h.? has Her'' drops of Ind'a ink Uhe beau) to the else for which he can run Just

l is the Inventor. < Chamberlain S. D. known before. a tea. Dip In you lace. now. .


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pmval WP8' freely! expressed of its THE A JAX WON. .. -
,., _T. ..
WEST c.'. tad aim Mgmn of stTtous tl.maJI', -
r-- 1"
The nerve of the cultivators of UK The second of the aeon's dory

boil in this locality: \\bet h..1' fruit or ra"'sas hM ovtr tho iiiuil c',urse

vegetable. Is recovering normality( Saturday afternoon with th i ioliunitig No frenzied Finance J Jf
t PALM 1
The pineapple growers, say nuw. that boats competing A. Jax Cipt.uu

quite a good per cent of tho'r!' plants McBride: F. Jax, Captain Cavil. E. J
have ctr aped and will bear frii.t: liar Jax Captain Edward3. and r: Jix,

r mmv rii.; later destructive -'OJ.1. 1ht cit, Captain McLellan. In the Real Estate we haye for sale

rut people! say that appru\iuattl: I ly. all! The wind was IiiMl for raclg: and '1

of their fruit has escaped, and) hit the crafts g.t away t.>>:.-tin-- at :.1 .J
their trees are not injure'!; and the o' loclc. The A. Jac a- oi.rv t >
truckers any they have time If liesin leaj and malntalnel, it !itmnishrvtt ;he

,;l Palm H(-ub, Kii .I.., :- --To ap.i.n an,1 I realize more'ffOH thtiri race, winning In 1:5:: :;:;. 'I be f'. J.ix: .. -,"""""' .... .._ __.._ _. _._ n _
L.:' that this city i II' "on a bust'would: <,
i produce than they would have Join. was, SPCOIH in 1.14: 04. and the R -faxth.rd
r' 'gob to> .ggarath't' awl! d.-r.lf.ltOl
y i i probably hail he cold not otcurr 'dj in 1.22::::, 4St The C. Jax \.liE iMs. I 1
1.0 to say that there is lt'rnfirali/a +-t
j So it seems that he a.lag" ina) heter tanred and withdrew .

Urn caused by the Ht-ul past nn: J. .. ... that "All is well !that ti., l,, A sixty,Qte pound tarpon o.- "silverIviiiK
.I.UuUIUV MI.!, Is Mnrllv m accord '
!I InlJff "
well: caught In the shallow water of
, With the t IBM[. levrlhoad.ii- Real Estate is
the safe foundation for
the head of the bay, was il.splav-pd: : on only a sound j
u IJ talk wH-r.ot all of th-'m. but -
j I i That Official Inspection. the Royal Palm dock yesterday afternoon '
11.1 ':' tto. ,1)01) expo.: a'er.. ,ueh a t financial operation there is build
The VISit of Mr Henry M Flagler. and attracted considerable attention ; something sure to on
[that tb- iioUoin haM t been ..nock'd. '
j Mr J. ]K. Parrott and other l'. 1C.. and interest The fish was still
cut of the KiiRt Const v".m" arc frequently ,
i Ey, oiilcers to this keys of the lower alive but was In' such condition that
beard!, male bv mm who have ], I
1 coat.[ to insect the surveywhich has it could not live, and was killed! when
'hr"I""u.I" if dollais iDvosic.1 here, i
been going on there for several the skin was ret oved ,anj will be
and whose IOASVE if the situation be as I *
months past with a view of ascertainUR mounted. *
tad as they represent, will run up
I \ the feasibility and practicability ,
ictu the thousands The bops is, that I
of eJl.tenrJlnthe railroad to Key West STATE NEWS. Sell
p ruth persons take council <-f their: Sug
fears, father than of their judgme: < la 1)1 rbnln f elands, may mean I Col.V.. N. Camp Is neeoiiai'm: for your rand.Amalgamated

SUU.; the fcitu&tion is undeniably aid rt--" ill it uih toward lie ronur 1,000 IWTCS of crapcfruit for cold! storage. |

,u'ati! >u or .indonment! of the pro- The w-o! has the
fruit and
1 bad, and the picture made of the disaster tuan : '

ject can make the prkt' will finI I n i
,,by the varying rcjmrLs > 4 *rs, is kaleiiccpic: the Konibrt here h is bet n no truss or boas-: l i; In Col.! Can.". Hv 'ti'.I i!! put them In' !

Ji&fortunaU-iy! pnnloniicating hll"S'1) alxmt this! proj r-t by the promoters ; cold storage/ in Ocaln and It ;the ex- I

n stance: one gentleman, an utenslvt'l They suney hat bri-n going on quietly pcriment pans out nil right, 'I.' wil I:
and carefully by the bent: of men In i'
establish cold storage darts all
} rower of pincapplos raid to the writ ,
er this morning, "Every pineapple ,I that profefcsion. There behindthe the fruit section of S, uth Florida 0\\1, 'tra

plant in iny plantation whether under : project know and reallza Ilia' n wi'l: !i he preservation of fra:. during 'I'

V 'shed or exposed that had a bloom be an Immense un Icrtakin ;. They | glut of the market.-Ocala Star. '
know it will involve years of labor
no matter wbat its stage of development ,
add millions ct dollars expenman- I
advanced Is dead, and the fruits of those I This if the plan is feasible and on'' elect from this (Second) district of and send for our price list of sound Miami Real
store: are frozen from one to
that account 'little out qalnray bas Florida, returned from WashingtonCity
IfPi two inches from the exterior solidly. Estate We have the location all
ever been learned of the results oft where be went to file his credentials we wantis
These, he Bald "will rot, and the
e survey, though In very instancethe with the clerk of the House of have litttle talk
to with We
younger blooms, should they weatherthe a you. have some bar-
rumors have been favorable to the Representatives. Mr. Clark also paida j
season, the fruit they bear will be
Inferior and unmarketable" success of the project. | visit to President Roosevelt yesterday gains with a big future. Call on us today and we

Pat these official and the and said that he
were re; was most cordially -

? pIe There industry Is no ha doubt* been that"hit the.pineap hard." and present Inspection will likely developthe received by the President, who will take pleasure in showing you some of the best

next more and by whih future expressed the hope that his (the Presi
: ; the question is discussed, "whether chances for investment that EVER SAW.
events favorable or unfavorable ran dent's) and Mr. Clark'b relations you
or not it shall be totally abandoned or trk
be foreshaddowed. It it known that would always be pleasant, as those
pursued In future only under heavy
p Mr. Flakier des''ts to make this ex- that had existed between him (the
'v' tension and with his indomlta' to persevering President) and Congressman R. W. I
Per contra; In reference to dtursfruits
i nature and disposition it Is Davis whom Mr. Clark succeeds. Mr. 1
; I have only my table oranges,
believed that On name will be ma.le Clark says the President spoke exceedly -
grapefruit and tangerines, taken from
if there is,any possibility of its successful well of Mr. Davis. This was the
ta* trees yesterday that are sound
culmination first time Mr. Clark ever met the Pres-
ae a dollar; and ex-Senator Dimlck
The building rf lids extf-nslon or ident, and the Impression made upon ,
Pr. H. C. Hood, and.others, who have
railroad to Key West will mean muchto him (Clark) be says was very favor
tensive proven, heavily laden with
Florida tho country and the world.It able.-Jacksonville Metropolis.It Me Allister-Beck
fruit, say that their fruit is uninjured, I
will open ft new chaanet: cf con
and that their (reps have sustained no
damage. tnerce and by which the entire Eat-t appears that every Industry in ,

Coast will be the greatest beneficiary. Florida is prospering and especiallyis
Some truckers have said to he writ.
It will make travel wilt Cuba and this the case with all manufacturing
: er, "our farms are all gone. In a few Real Estate. Suite 4. Hatchett Building Miami Florida
South American port faster it will concerns, for they are all rushed ,
f ft'I.1 would have begun .hipping
,apt live to the world lutre&scd exporting .to keep orders filled. The fruit and
beans tomatoes, cukes, et Id omnei! -
facilities, and tn nun-orou-i and divert trucking industries have been prosperous I -Y'
genus; but my hopes and expectations -

arc a delusive dream and only blackened other ways open up aiul increase bathe the past year, and thooe en- ___ ______ __ __ h. _. __ _u____ _______ .. __ ___ ___ __
-x and traveL gaged in them have made money, for

labor and shreds money.mark" The the tale scene of of disappointed my Bach men as lrli>picr a"ll Parrott good crops were made and good prices 70,000 CHILDREN F: W. HAHN.f H

tehlnd a project: inured its success had.-Volusla County Record.
hopes are pitiable and forcibly
and It Is nwe thai probable; that if
"i recall the Divine caution that the building cl lilt? tUJ2c.t.! : a UAjorVortlon The cold wave that struck this, WERE FFD FREE Architect and Builder
"I'mnl luay plant and Apollos may
place Wednesday night has been
of which will he across trestle on

Increase. And water. Is to be undertaken that the most severe since the big freeezeof I I now have tn my employ one of the best

the present tour of tDl ,:'llIn will result '95. The thermometer weut down draftsman in the South and am better
Amid the gloom that prevails there to 20 degrees on Wednesday night and than for
In the early camm >.i:: 'I.wnt of prepared ever furnishing ploa
r are rays of sunlit hope and undaunted operations 21 degrees on Thudsday night. All BY SALVATION ARMY IN NEW and details for good buildings fine cabinet

perseverance. Occasionally, a horny- a : tender vegetation was killed outright YORK-GREAT CHARITABLE EN- work, etc. 1 am now headquarters

handed son of toil will ejaculate while The World is Shocked. At this time it Is Impossible to say TERPRISE OF THESE RELIGIOUS I for turned work, scroll sawing and all tx

tearfully telling of his disappointment The world Is shocked over the just how much damage has been doneto WORKERS. T I work usually done in mill.a FIRST CLASS

and gloom "The Lord gave, and : aughter of Russian peasuntH in St. fruit trees but It Is thought that i planing t

the Lord taketh away-blessed' be the, Petersburg, but yet not a shudder goes ; with the exception of perhaps! shedding Send me your order for doors and win

name of the Lord! I have been young the their leaves the trees will I
i oat or voice is raised against prove]
and now I acM, and I have never I 1 dow frames ballu ters, bracket., etc
butchery of Armenians bythe Turks to have escaped injury. The fruit re- New York Keb 1-The'plan for !

yn Mn th- rurUtnouo! fo'-iake.n, orj"i, hlch continues from rear to ,'ear.I'I 1 :raining on the trees in this section is! providing evenly thousand school and be convinced MIAMI FLA d

their seed '*' gig- bread.:' I I vltb nothing more than a tir I! !'ps :i i ell frozen and will re a clear loss unless children with warm meals each day ,i __

+I Contrary o exptcta Ion. h- cold omment. !it U wade into wine right away.iThe ) and conceived by Commander EVil'! -- ,." -

was not so nirnse last night; as that l j jdf | Dr. Thomas H. Norton, the Amerl- loss in this respect, however will i( Dooih of the Salvation Army, was put -.
the nigh before From the best:
i, c.in consul at Harpnt, made an official be comparatively small as only a [ in operation this morning.! i
Information -Hainable, the lnf-rcul'1))1, the .110! small c.-nt of the remained to'I
tour !'Ommonths ngo through ;- per crop The station \\as open from 7 to 9
fell within the city, to 32! .te;;reea.y I!i bets where the butcheries occurred, i: be gathere-l.-Klsslmmee Valley Casetts. o'clock where every child, whether

That! it was, at least that low is proven t'I .
aid h! retorts that thousands of mrl!. pupil or not, received breakfast for'
by the fact that Ice formed )wiwr- ,,
p 1 women and children were murderedIn the asking. Commander Booth will
ever there were slight accumulations' In the Sas- ': Following Is an extract from a letter!)
a most manner. also provide a place where the child
of "water in or out or doors. The sin 1: !
district alone 7.S33 Armenians
BJU nor- ren can be warmed.
gular spectacle was observable on the j I|I.ere killed last year. The Turkish ; j She declares that seventy thousandIs
lake shore this morning, of persons I ago: day tona Fla Jan 12 905 toy
Government Is the worst in the world; a low estimate of the number of ,
young, middle-aged and old-visitors civilization.I dear darlln i take the pleasyer In w'rit-
a blot upon I children who go hungry to school each
and residents alike drawing fish in yo these few lines truly hope that J 8Mlai
I I The Turk is peculiarly and atrocl- day on account of the pot erty of their II i FOR RNTlO furnished houses of 4 to 10 rooms at $GOO to JUS
41- ashore with slicks some apparently ;' will find yo well i am not well But i
ouFly mean and cruel and especially parents. I for the Tourist Season. 20 fu-nlshed rooms at $5 to 110 per week. ;t
dead and others semi-torpid, that had am better than 1 was yesterday Nellie I '
i j savage In his treatment to Christians. FOR SALE-A variety of city residences at from 1600 to J4.000. Yacaat'lots .
suecumbedto the low temperature I have had the blews for 3 days and I
Much has been said In of the
i praise flSO to 1500. A well Improved farm of 170 acres near Miami; aD
reached by the,water. It is still very will have them until 1 gets to yo." HUNGARIAN CABINET RESIGNED.
and Russians as soldiers. The
Japs first-class all round properties This will divide up for a settlement of 1S
roleS." The wind continues from the There Is much more of the loving .
northwest with absolute : Turk Is the equal of either In ferocious I Budapest, Feb. 1.-Emperor Francis families; together. We have orange and grapefruit groves, all kind of to- ... .
persistency, document growing la Intensity of devotion
fighting qualities The Russian I Joseph received today the resignationsof proved and unimproved land, suitable for fruits trucking and farming. AD '
until shifts the
and its direction temperature k
H it progresses. In fact the ,
knows this for be has met him. The :
the Hungarian cabinet The Emperor General
: -, will continue low. It of these at the owners' lowest term. conditions govern price
may writer cornea directly to the point
fighting quality of the Turk has been has summoned Counts Jnless

ao* reach, the freezing point ,ionlght. d
;; but If It should not. the shove win be ad. written his Inamarata and she, careless '
to Vienna C. C. Carroll. Office 214 Avenue D North near Third 81.
W- a very close one. 1 -qtrt ---- Jade dropped his breathings of, Successor to ,

Opinion differ as 'to what will bo devotion on the sidewalk. Row sad! ,
t The need of more hotels anJ board- ACKWORTH AT KEY WEST. --- -- 7a

4si the beet future weather conditions : trig house facilities In Miami is now i I t OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC

( for the eold-etrick bhruba and trees, I being demonstrated by the fact that John Sharp Williams finds the Democratic .i Key West, Feb. 1.-The British

1' native and cultivated. Some say a minority rather unruly at I steamer Ack1'Oril1..Norfolk! to Matan-
all of the smaller hotels and the majority 1 Contractors and Property Owners
warm rain would be'' best. Others, of residences letting rooms, are times. But be ban held It In hand bet I I zas. which grounded on Triumph reef

that a low temperature-not freezing, filled and forced to turn peopledaily. ter than Senator Gorman has done in Sunday morning and was assisted offby
away : If don't want to SAVE aiU S..Y.
of course-that would restrain the dot I The Metropolis has long contended te"S"nat the wreckers Jettlzenlng :00 tons you If to
:, I' we can't help you. you do COMC
of coal has arrived here. The vessel
development' and flow of the sap-anxhuberant that the rooming accommodations t 0t '

a growth to which Nature of Miami are Inadequate and has Governor Broward thinks that Hon. will be surveyed and examined by dl-

often resorts In the effort to repair'I'j advocated the building of houses for!:. C. M. Brown is a wonderful man In !' vers to ascertain the extent of her ; The J. A. McDonald Co.

camage-wouJd be more favorable. I si.ch purposes. The wisdom of this many respects, and'is capable of per-: damage. 'I-
Theories count for little under nncon-I fact is now demonstrated again as Itt 1 forming many fine stunts in politics i AND

controllable: conditions, so that whatever t bus been In the past and It Is to be :' but does not believe him capable of SANDPASS ON FIRE.St. Leaf Yellow Pine r'

? comes we will hare to submit to, hosed that next season will see more '.representing two senatorial: districts Petersburg Fob. 1.-General i Long

whether It be as we wish or otherwise. !l provisions of this kind for the hous- at one and the same time, anl hs called ; KuropatUa telegraphing under Monday's : Framing at $16 per M. t '

'9 The, Metropolis was avldldly! BOught lag of Miami's thousands of winterS this fact to the attention of Dr. date says that Sandpass has

this morning 'for Information as to tests. Baskln, chairman of th. DesucratlcExecutive l.ecu set on fire by the Russian artll. i Boards same price. \\\: also sell Lime, Brick [4 kinds], ;
the condltlots In'theMagic City and D Committee for this district, i2

vicinity and IU frankness In telling I Martin V. Seley, of San Jo%, Cal and has cited him the law on the suoi l"r1. 1 x Cement.: Sash Doors, Mouldings and whatever else a i ijj

the truth.he whole truth and nothing has secured from A. B. Janos. of Aca- i! Ject. Governor Broward has the kind SAW THIRTY WORKMEN. jj| builder requires at lowest possible figure. *'fc.

but the truth as it saw it, was I po leo, Panama 500 native-tamed illest friendship for Dade count. but )

highly commended. True companionship monkeys, which he will train to pick t it seems does not want it doubly! rep- London Feb. 1.-A special from SL

In misery may have been the Instigation the prune crop. Rp .will place muzzles II resented In the next Senate, so we supI 1! Petersburg' lays that Emperor NIchoI I Yon Know Where We Are Utb Street Miami, Ffa; _

to approval of the candor j. on them It praw.it them from I I, pose we are likely to Bee a lively poUt I las received a deputation of thirty j ji'i ->"ftf xyyoriooooooo<: fi"

t of,;The Metropolis.: All the same, ap- eating the frtlt. i leal tussle,Ocala Banner. I workingmen' this afternoon. 1v


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r northern and central dlstflcts. Where I[ GREAT FAITH IN DADE COUNTY.Mr. RUSSIANS REPULSED. t

JANUARY TRAVELUNPRECEDENTED groves were protected by firea results I : I

S "'co"E'r satisfactory. In some cases Charles W. Lee, who owns a Tokio.! Feb. 1-FiiJJ Marshal Oyama ; j

both fruit and foliage were saved.Practically fine place a few miles west of the city reporting[ >, ,t(.iia)' -a\s that tne Kus ,

the only vegetables: savedover was In this morning for the purposeof signs bomlur. ,d I his renter and debt : | \

northern and central districts taking his property off the market\ I t: 'nips! Monday and sent! snail I taffies ':

those bflieUng that the recent freeze will :i :
were under coverj of infantry to attarh: the Japanese oitPC I 1
j The damage was not so disastrous' add materially to the value of grove '=t N. where they'were repulsed Mon l'm i 1 : )

over the e\tr'mc frouth4-rn district es- and garden lands In this county. 'lay: :end, Tursdav. 'I I

VIA P. & O. S. S. LINE TO CUBAN !iHicialiy wh"protective tnenros Ho had about: thirty per cent. of Th," I:us=>laih also!", -heil';!'.J I'jiijiat! ; !

POINTS-PASSENGERS CARRIED were stiliplpmrntcd! by favorable loan.in his tomato crop unhurt and practically ltd Chendilpac and otter point but : |: i |

DURING MONTH 1,596-FEBRUARY < snit .is proximity: to water all of his squash crop. He also I *, n- again repulsed I j ;

'' PROSPECTS GREATER. .'Ihe eaih-r bureau pave' timely no- hal! means, jotatuia and other crops
I :!: : !
I noof |h" a-'prnafhir: ? cold< weather. In the ground, planted a few uays before .lndre It S, T.ldc'rms, |>.'('nl retire !
:! ,
.-.- the cord: and thinks, with good v uaiiMj fit the i. .ua.v.-> u( the ) I
l < : !
JUNE TEXTBOOKS.In reason that he will make more money Swuiiiprosiculint. !, is; IP the city at
} 1 irfng the month of January the this year than he would had there been !"I'! '.nt .rid i.i.'l: !Iw b.'r.tor a short '' wifl, kern thoniTit homeFOR
n Rporito numerous icqilrlesa !
co Culd. f;:." making up a lin" \i( ii ,:-isionv. ,
Ettamer ilariiulQue carrleu from this -
to what: lest 1 looks will constitute
,1 Ir.t.N" trot::h' in some sample tram this !joint "hah111 !b' i'.triot4 .
port to Key West and Havana 1,590- th" basis of the June examination, I
4' butllis of his famous Hvorsla: S 4 passengers, thereby establishing a record 'akp this method of announcing that ,
nine syrup n product from cano groan tlit matter. coin s to ;m i.*.iii shout 1905
no changes Mill be made in tho books : I
for the mouth's tourist tra>el on his oun farm, hch\ : is very superior. i the middle\ of IVIinii-i_ in WasbillJ .
whirh wore used in the last examina .
southward. the ships, of this line, tion. The following will'c complete : He has been raising cane: successfully '; to?. There will b.- many a nun from .

tbdnumber for several years aid: finds Iriorlda to appear t" fore tin Senate
nearly doubling ever : Information on the subject: "
carried previously in this month. Orthography(>el's Word Les I that It Is a sure and prfStable crop i w hk h will sit In the capacity of a great :51:1:
under all conditions (court and I the testimony to be ad-
On the Nassau run I the travel was sons (23:! cents), by Maynard. Merrill j T Atlanta Constitution i
iluci-il from l local |1"<- 'f1Io' mil are Interesting
of also exceptionally god during the & Co. New York. |
from ;ooo; ; ,, ;;: "' = =
points ofiow. =
many -
month and considering; that the Mi Reading-Any standard Author will DOUBTFUL PERIOD PASSED. :: = ::: ...

ami made four trips less than she did answer. j 1'1I13coaf'"s.! ,, .11

last January, the record was i The Greatest American
broken j Composition-Butler's School Eng < Potsdam. Feb. 1-Prince Ethol Fred. lo\crno Folk has separated the Weekly Newspaper, >
by yearly 200 passengers tlu, :: an lisa (.5 cents), by American Book Co. j
crick has passed the doubtful period i legislator from his pass without\ the
(' actual count of the number carried New York ONE DOLLAR :
Atlanta. ,
or t PER
; and is now on tho way to recovery aid of a surgical! Instrument I Ji
shows II less than were handled In' ArllhDlctlc-\Hlne's Standard ((65c! ), |

b January 1901. i by American Book Co. .

As the travel southward\ and to the i English Grammar-Metcalfs COc), j OOOOOtTimothy i ,The Sunny South .'

Bahamas is I American Book Co. [ I ,, = .,. -
exceptionally heavy, it is by = : = -tizswifawisifs t

naturally usually good on the return > L. S. History-FIled'B. Grammar- !
trips and as a result the Martinique'"' ($1) by American Book Co. Kentucky I I The South's Standard Literary Weekly, .

y came In yesterday afternoon with" 114 norldHisloryGreen's! or Fair l' ;

passengers from Havana and Key j banks' (l-23), by IL & W. B. Drew, I I FIFTY CENTS PER YEAR. ,

? West, and the Miami this morning I Jacksonville, Fla. I

y from Nassau with 40 guests. I Geography-Redway's Natural Advanced BOTH FOR ONLY '$1.25

The majority of those returning; I (11.25) by American Book Co.

from these outings are not bound Physiology-Coleman's Elements of ay

f't homeward but having seen all they (90c. ), by MacMlllan Co.. Atlanta. SENT TO ANY ADDRESS IN AMERICA. 10.4

e desire In Nassau and Cuba, prefer to Civil Government In Florida To.

return to the East Coast and other cum's SOc), by E. O. Painter t Co, The] very best ha/ that grows. This hay i,9tr rF tie a tGi,

r 1 points In Florida to spend the balance DeLand. FIa.AlgebraWhIte'a. I is purchashed in ten carload lots and is combination of these
two weekly -the
w of the season and are distributing at School $1). by raised farm THE papers one
the different resorts,, the majority of American Book Co. on one thereby you get one news, the other purely literary-makes an Ideal

L them stopping here and making Physical: .Geography-Tarr'i New quality, the best. We will ship in any offer for every Southern household. ''

lengthy stays.February (ID by the MacMillan Co. Atlanta. quantity; our price is as low as tne lowest THE WEEKLY CONSTITUTION to 16 pates

usually brings the heaviest Theory and Practice-McMnrray's; contains the news of the week carefully prepared and intelligently ,t' '

travel-southward. It Is the month In The Method of the Recitation x(>0c), E. W. G-B.V.1JS: presented, In agricultural features alone

which the real pleasure seekers come by: the MacMlllan Co. Atlanta. Or J..r1Nl Btoa.. a Miami, Pta are worth many times its subscription price. Its market
,, to the Land of Flowers on their vaca These books may be had of most Is Its
r tions and outings the same as Southerners book dealers In the State or from the !; We have good manure transit ad can fB al orders at a momeats aoflceoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocxxxxxnoooooo page always complete. Woman' Kingdom anelChlld.en'

go north In the summer. This publishers by mall pots paid on receipt Department are the best read and most appreciated

being the case It can readily be seen of price. : pages at the fireside. Its special articles and -

tI; where the travel record fr this month W. M. Holloway; -. contributions are of the highest standard. s, 4

i { will far exceed that of any other State SupL Pub. Instruction. THE SUNNY SOUTH is the recognized literary

month or seasonln the history of the -- leader of the South popular
1 THE WEATHER SUMMARY. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. throughout its wide territory -

State f I and known by its great work in the introduction of

aar, new Southern writers to the literary world. Many of its
tt TWO MEN."William I The following is the summary of Local'Tima Card No. 59., In Effect Jan. 30. 1905 short story contests have brought to light authors whose
44 I January weather. kept and compiled
I by local forecaster Blackman: IOU'TII-IOUIID-IUD DOW*. .OatJl.IOVID-lEAD UP. fame and fortune have been made possible by The Sunny ,_.

H. Baldwin who died a few Maximum temperature. 73.10 degrees I.e1 .. II ..." N/.Z3 5. 7$1574 ...n Ie. .I South. It is welcomed in over 50,000 homes today and Is ,

v- days ago. was a graduate of Harvard, I ; minimum 54.25 degrees. Dally D.Uy Dally Dally aTATIONS.. Dally paily Dally 1J&11.r. destined to be the leading American story and household
who entered the railroad business In a -
The coldest day was the 2Cth with '.11 ali. 1001. 100. Lv..Jack.onvtUe..Ar TIO p 7to. .00. Sto aUh paper. rt
subordinate capacity and who when a ..p IOS9a ...._.80.,1..uunnU..L" Tap: ens
30 degrees, and the warmest 82 degrees .. Imp I1ti. .Oi.! .........8& Ann-Un.......... nop 140. 600. 710 a .* This wonderful combination blends all that is desirable
little more than 30, was rice-president on the 12th. leap 11615 ....... ....BuU.D1N.......... Sup 111.
-t'' of the Southern Railway System. He During the month there were 18 1011. lOOp 1210. 5le .....,....E..Ualatka.......... .np 891p SITS 6IsJo in a home reading offer, two complete papers every

Ir died at 41, the president of the Long ii p t. P alii p 10. !..........hlatka..LY. Uo p .fO P 4x9 aIYp week, and 1905 will demonstrate to you its value and
clear days 8 partly clear and 5 cloudy INp U" .11I. ,.."..........ftMk........At. S16p S16p .00. 9Ms
a Island Railroad. He was more than a insure your enrollment as a lifetime subscriber.
days. During the month there were ; ,
: lisp slip Ar.... ._M..L"' hop ISOp
i railroad man. He.was altruistic inspirit 2.65 Inches of precipitation. The prevailing lie I. s Lv....?.....8.s Matro..A. Trop tap T 10. T o o1241p

L practical his views and broad direction of the wind was from 1..5_ .........1.". 438 p The Great Agents' Offer|

and catholic In his sympathies. He with 100. ............funnel! ............ 454p '
the thunderstorm
northwest a on lap .._ Du ....... .Slip 1 1Wellave
was greatly Interested in education of the 6th. 111'I a :.........Hold Ormond........ 110 p One Hundred Dollars a Month to Actloe
I the and was active In Us efforts n. p 101 P I" P : ............Ormond............ 160 p .10 P t lea 4555 Agents
poor 1169 p .11. I"P ijlllll. ......_ ............. I...p .10p 101. 4445 a most attractive agents' offer-the liberal of f
.a'uDYtou most
to advance and extend Southern education I I II P ...... '.......... IT P
INTERIOR MINISTER RESIGNS : )lrwSmyr..... IUllp 111I. 0169 American
t.p Ullp
k to all classes There Is a increment 1218. I"p 160 P limp ::::::::..Oak H.II...:::::::: IS!! P any publication-by which agents may earn from ,t
I SL Petersburg. Feb. 1.-The retirement I 130 fop $55P: 1216p ......._...Tllunllle............ 162 pi" 1714 I" a Fifty to One Hundred Dollars Month.
a to raise a fund of 1500,000 as a' 108. .U2 P ........... .c- ........... I1f P 916.4c8 per Agents
memorial to Mr. Baldwin the fund to j j of interior minister Svatopolk i ii P ..........Roekledcp........... 110 P wanted in everycommunity. Write for <
Mlrsky. Is officially announced ill J I 610 p 116 P 1ft P :.....Boeklelse 11.1&.,....,. 100J t P to, p agency particulars z
form an endowment for Tuskee Institute. i I 555p 4&3p 911 P ..........r..u G.1h.......... II lit p 1':1 P Inr.oll p and put yourself in a to make
1 i health being given. the reason. M.. 168 p 101 P lto p..........lrlhoume"".......... 1'\10 p 1W: I' 101i P way money on a good
Six men hare subscribed $1%,- 635 P ............1rb&s1lal1............ -1128.8Z s proposition.
000 I Bonllgan. former Governor General ofj i iI t P ... .......SL l."le............ ::03'1 aj t

y'' \ newspaper to the In fund.the East Practically has editorially every I Moscow, will likely be his successor. I II I! 455a Tllp 8611 640p p .op. .......::............rortl'twee..1050a...T'M..b ........... aura 120:111: OtoOpURtl'8 kt p I I70J I Send your subscription to either paper at its price, or

P ............nEd a........_.... 116% 51v P I IJ take both at the combination rate. Remit safe T
paid high tribute to Mr. Baldwin's!I 1 TOP .............Jen..n............. IH a It 13 P I by methods,
CHIEF OF POLICE SHOT. 714 P ..............81..1.....,........ 113'1 a Sou p717p addressing all orders to
:; worth his work and his high charac '' ..........nnbe hound ....... 9Oi a 11 p716p
i Odessa. Feb. 1.-Chief of Police Gal : .........nest Jnplter..........- Mil a 71'tp196a '
|I Ar..Wr.'Pahnlw"ch....... sIi alJO!; 9tr.p
ter.Mr. lBOI' 600p 84"11
I 8fOp
William F.' Potter a : ovine was shot in the right shoulder 645. peep sbo P 520p ", ........'. I Ii......" ....-.. -800 a 1010. 52.p: SLOP The Atlanta Constitution
becomes I 7UO. 9p Ip: .......west t'.Im ..:b..Ar 741a 96ua Snp ,
| this morning. The wound is dan Slip
'frei; ht train conductor r..Da1dwln. nqt j P" P ... .... Bornlon........ .L" .1 U a 64.1 P ATLANTA GA.F
gerous. 1000p ...::::.......wlra)'. ......... 1rJ 6.1' .
successor as president.,. >t toss P .........FL La..d."lale. .......- fill a .at I'
the Long Island Railway"Company. He'I .I.Ij 1109 ...........H.ll"oobl" ........... 16J a 411 P ,
j III1'J p ..............monC't)'...._..... l2' a 1t1 P
pave up a position- In the clerical department j i FOUR BLOCKS BURNED. .10. limp IISUp TIOp ....._....) & .. ........1.. IO: 800. 840p flop : 1 ox-Ida I..aan.d '

,, of a railroad to engage In Schenectady Feb. L-Four business : 3
,) Buffet Parlor Can on train 2II.1II.a and 2 and Buffet Slorptnz/ Cart on train M and Mbetween *
rough work. a trainman and his advancement blocks were burned here this Jacksonville" and Miami l'.rlorta...on IraloaM and M between SI. Augu ttueand
New Hmyroa. I : We have some rare bar ai s in improved
has been the result of glr- morning. The loss will be $200,000,

'Ing the best service In each position to with partial Insurance. and unimproved properties and invite
which he has been called. He is now
correspondence from those interested in '
president of an Important railroad because I RETIRED ON PENSIONS. Ida u N.I7t Na Ztt NaJHDally Na.4JDally> II&W II& n. N.99t IIa.wlD.nV :

,- he thoroughly understands his S. BOUND. Dally Dally Dally Ei.Dally MM. EL Daily MM. Dally Dilly' E;:/:. I securing homes groves or business interests -
- -
.#t business. William Baldwin and William Terre Haute Feb. 1.-Every man In L..1.c5osiIkseiAI94IAa 1000AM lltraHum IfaraItorn loops SMrx lI5r.: '1$... I have been in business here ever
400 913p. ,
i1 Potter Illustrate the best American the employ of the Vandalla Railroad AtSLAamti.apopAI101ma111WA5[ fM 9I1PI1015r. since

types of manhood. who had reached seventy years of age, K. BOCXD. IIa. ZIt N.1/I|III&. M* ..ant Nor''Ilia.II" Ha.44 N.lh N. 7It N.74. Miami's birth and am in a positionto Vie=

was retired on a life pension today. Daily d. ai. "DallyDally-. t,. SM.: DaI"I! Dally Dally Dally give home-seekers and investors the a

J. I LT StAucuttiMAr. 60011 7tOA 11760&W IWA niOA !it40An 1210 rviiorn torn ; .
j __ 600Aa .fO.M .1O&.ltlOr.iI2tor. lorn 69051x405| my knowledge as to what to buy
Train eompncrd ezetniUTely of Pullman or Parlor Can and xtrm arat. fare will chargwl.
The following were the general conditions t Day roachri oprralml. on thm troth on whlrh no vitra or wrat fan-1 of the weather crops and Duluth. Feb. L-The mercury is 24
." ST. AI1GL'STtII1! AND 1Ia. N N. U N. is ,
j groves throughout the State last week degrees below, and a thirty-five: mile PAUl IEAU 4If1 IUANL
i. Dally NEW SNTINA Dally flatly I fAll1 Real Estate Broker of All Kind Miami Fin
fyt as reported by the weather observer wind prevails here today. ,
hop Lv..SL Angu.Une..Ar 1100" 9IS AW'Lv..Bre.k.ra..Ar l OOPSslop
at Jacksonrllle: L"..,....F..., Palatka..Lv.10101. Lv..WeatF.imBtaeh..A, laSs I
loop .HoI.IOnno..L" 0ODarlOtaAl,t..lADr..L", lISrsTmp Miami r
The coldest weather'during any: Jan. MORSE WILL FACE CHARGES.. Ar......... Daytona..._.?..L. 769as 'Iota. Lv..ys lAadf'l'dale. ..L" ...7 r. Bottling WorksWALL
Ar..N"w Smyrna...... L" 110& ... ..
t60p .MlamL..L" Ilinl
since 1886 when the 1166.'Ar.'
;r nary temperature New York Feb. L-<:harlel W.

; fell to 15 degrees In this city, occurred Morse, who has been Invofved In the :.: N. I I&AYPOIT. AAJIIQI N. sun !tk I .N.1Ds111 OIA.'COI! m 81tA.oai..N. 2 N. 4I & DICKINSON Props
on the 26th and 27th. The following Morse-Dodge divorce tangle, returned _I DalI y "I.only ally4J 'DaUr: Dally
Strrrt, Sear R. R., Miami. Fla J
minimum temperatures are re- today from a prolonged stay In Europeto 001 a 446 P L" J""bonY1lIe Ar. 810 tOOl> t00 p 0111& I.., New Sl1Iym. I mop 7 10 P Xl|
1110 a I' L" Pablo Bach..Lv 11\1I.310 PI" p'IO:!I. L" lake Helen L" I1916p S 20 P
ported from weather bureau stations answer any charge that might be 1141 She L" Atlantic Beach L" 741 a 313 pi"" I'IIU a!# Lv" Oran".r City L" ;'Of P Manufacturers 6,I Ijf
in this State: Jacksonrllle 17 degrees made against him. Mrs. Morse did link 161 .... "'....Lv.7P1aaup.U01.10fvlAP.OnnneCltyle; I //It apSIIpM 4r ,1 r

: ; Jupiter.. 24 degrees;. Tampa, not return with her husband. .D.Iy J. JmJIESTId E1TEtSIIm.! I N.Daly.II .b. tJ SA."fORD HAII N. Ith. I All Kinds of

22 degrees, .and Pensacola. 18 degrees. -I Sw. Es.Ia. Ihtly I 'S '

;t: emO5: 1." ..........XIamL..Ar./ loop 8301. r.". .. Tlw..III.. .Ar1120'' p '
THE STRIKE EXTENDS. 1.s a A,........Bomeakad.Lv.. 145 II 0tq a 4r :anronl .L.., toe a I Soft DrinksPrompt '
The damage by the cold ware was Warsaw Feb. 1.-The city is quiet }Jr 1'

very serious all unprotected vegetables although great tension prevails. Some
I MIAMI. Attention to All Orders. Out-or-Tcvn Orders Solicited.
being killed, and citrus fruits over offices and stores are open, tat only''

northern and central portions were two newspapers were published this.., Close CoBsectloa Made at Miami ,,Ua Steimsblpt of lire P. &O.: s. S. Company For

frozen., Freezing conditions prevail. morning. The strike has been ex.j Always Remember the Full NameLaxative

ed throughout the mainland of the j tended to the sugar refinery and other j NASSAU HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

State. At this time the exact damageto _._ _n_ __
factories around the city. i
cannot.be determined, but ItIs ';b-Time Tabl....ihow the Um.s at vhlrh tnln may be ran<'CI.-d to ..rand depart ? Bromo Quinine
I from the.evtral lUUoDi but their arrlial nrdvpirtur*at Tbe unie* .'atrd U no: fnarantee
generally conceded that mon foliage I NICHOLAS GRANTS AUDIENCE. nordoe the company bold Itself retpouaiblr) f.ir. any delay or any i-onwquruce arising there 4.
will be lost and some tender growth St. Petersburg. Feb. Emperor I

da.mage4.It- Ia 'quite probable, also, NIcholos has decided to receive a deletion r.r Cop of th. LOCAL TIME CARD or OtK.r Inform.tlon Cores a Cold in One Day, Grip In Two. ,
.x.La. that many young trees have been materially of workingmen at Thorkoe Hlselo "SEE THE TICKET AOENT."

damaged If not killed
over J.D.P.AHNER.Aest.Goal. P.t..Agt. ST. AUGUST1NC. TLA. c8. on BeL 2So.


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pital: corps is counting the days before 1i !I I pals of schools In Florida will have the i

DEATH SADDENS ; {i his: distharge. Hi has only twenty-j t|I bong aJopted in their Institutions, it 1!, Grapefruit and Orange. Trees. d
I six days and a reaUast.fr..m Mem-1 would soon become current and would ( ,.
day. His many friends regret his retirement. be oa.t'ry Kioridiuu's lips. |
i KEY WEST HOMES i I The following! : an the words of tho I' j FOR SUMMER PLANTING
!> The port hospi'al is at pres'-nt unj soup! '!>t' air, au'rybo'jv knows:
I -- \Vc have now ready; : a larjjisupply of hellgrownclcui
j ilPr:rjiri; rc"t.rs.
3 i FLORIDA.It : 1 hurl, to feet, of the, .,
I The foHm'! ,11-! c'ethe late arrlial". 4 5 m< t apprmcil l varieties,
t .. f'rar.k\1: Williatus.Sums oil mujjh Ieninntni kWrite' for : *
; !.t IIo!< l I.It l' :-'>nJohn !... %. E II.i / : price list.
k MRS. MARY FROW AND WASTE< i Harfor.l Mi- <:r.-c Th HJlI'| ,''n. 4i.ri. .-. ( ,, ; KI Y'.ryI1"1y: Maryland." > I PHI f.dl:!) anti \\niivr j.l ntn'v i ill have i;;,(JOU

CARL BETHEL ARE DEAD-MATTERS | Cur W'; !hw. U-... .'. \\'. SIIItr.1: : I Pl'iriila nv: Florida' eve a.ra ; I'M-i, class, luiils on rnu;.:li lemon :;r.tp fruit ; nd sour .

OF PERSONAL MENTION: .J. \Wilkir.'oi., 't' I>. HalJwin! A. A.I!I j How f.r.r thou art an.l lovely! loots t for wl.kh.bo"k.. old rio\\. Cnlrl"pon.lcllce ,

r ETC. j Adams, C, \\'. N' h;-'n. U C. Seatou.'' Thy fciiiiiiy I Lit; s and balmy air solicited.: .i
'' Your birds! ais.l Cowfra they charm "
Al.-xa'ult-r. 1'I
| Duscultui, J. I,. flood, C L Flood J'C. ni<*.
1 Here u.vil I I r< st awl tiers the.day
llamaiorik. Mr. and Mrs. W. ilrs. A.M. KLI:1Mlrrop.:
Metropolis! B.lreau. Key \Vc-gt. n....! Ora'! A. (,. ;thou, V It 1'ra'C, J. I
Jan '.- tiled! at the home of his ;..t-J i JlrCuti-h'-an, C. ('. Auld. |'To oraiK1' K"fi ,11I.1 l days of Maj- >
1 }-1'>rula, IHY> Ftori I.t!
; I-cou and daughter ,,
Mrs. JoaquIn
s rnr -> .m it-: corner of White mid Dun ..:.1.:
I. arrived! from North: Fluriiia, nnFlorida', FakeYour "
J Miss llaz' {-)) !
' canon Wednesday "sjiprnooa. S..I, n ''.:a 'fvs' ihou'st brough1,
richt. Mrs. Folkeri j
I ( ;!NlIna Sunday i
Mast'-r Carl B>*thul. au-u lea )'*ar.' I Mrs. Leon's muther ucconipauiod'th 1 1I me. WeWantvery Grower

Tti- iadl;; timers was caused from cal I ..rn. Thy ra( 'nti.lit niibtst t&o radiant: sun -
I MarkIn
OM On-an's sur:, and Bay serene: I
Ing unripe fruit. The funeral took! Mr. John NVarrilow, president of the
place Thursday afteronou.Kervlffe IViir Ixip.T Clsar Co., returned from I! Tis joy to live and lire aihe thy air. The World IN THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS.
1 New; York Monday night. I|i What harm to stroll."mi +& were held at the Cougregatioii.ilChurch : fair!
I The county cU-rk's office presents'a i
Rev, It VanAukin. Pastor.t. Don't be satisfied t" work '
a \ inciting appearance since it Your niniiinK birj:: naught! can com-1 Florida VegetablK.A complete manual of Florida crop
Mrs. Mary E. Frow, the mother of! along in the same old way Florida
I I Or&rgeLOf
has been refurnished and lineoliumi pare special Interact to orange grower's.'Florida
Mrs. D. B. Russet and Mrs. William I for low wajrc1. We can
Florida! !
laid upon the Uoor. Florida my Strawberries. Booklet on "Soil Varieties, Cultivation and
Sbaw, died after a prolonse; illness Florida, my FloriJa! : help! you carve out a successful Fertilization"
Friday night The funeral took place 1' I career. Thousandshave .
All and climes have found Irish
tongues Potatoes.A Booklet
on "Soil. Seed Planting and Cultivation
residence A STATE SONG I increased their salariesby ;
from the
} Sunday A resting place, a joy supreme of Fertilizers, Digging and Shipping." .
t of Mrs. D. B. Russell, on !Southard; i No \\intry blasts sweep o'er thee follotvinj our plan.Ve Pineapple
.ertllIxtng.-or special interest to
street. Serviceswere held "At the Several times in the recent past the can train you in spare time, pineapple growers.
the State
Here from all and I "
.. I come Ideal Fertilizer!. -Book showing all our different brands, .
, Congregational Church, from whence attention of the Tribune has been!> lanJs. and at small cost for any analyse priCM,
i the remains were flowed by a laige;: called to the fact that Florida has no:! For I'It'U&UTrl'st and health's doj j of the following; positions: etc.
New and Revised Edition of the above just published,tent free for .
friends and: for i II the uUa*
concourse of sorrowing State Song singing on 4 'n.and I IltWlcll, Eectrlcal, Shim CM, ir ;
r Ibe Lodge of the Ladies' Temple, to public occasions and In the schools. I I>[ The :great: the gojd, the youthful Write Eigtattr; Btctrtdn: Sineyir; WILSON & TOOAIER FERTILIZER COMPANY
the cemetery. The benefits of turn a rung aro apparent -|i b4ms! I IrcWticf; DnfttMi; Bookkeeper; liar ; :
The Gagnon-Pollock Stock ompauy. says the Tampa Tribune. It :j i Florida, my Florida! I WMat raji r Draw; Teacher; ir;U Sfcit-Cvt Wrttw. Writer; JACKO NV L: FI a.I .

i after a successful engagement of sev-j would increase patriotism. Inculcatea Florida, my Florida! I II _

eral: months at ths isn Carlos oixrabouse a greater pride in the State and fur My tongue': and pen, extol thee, VriU TODAY,lea Iater.W staling you which. I. pail. disuse <& ea.nl.ey": Agents
left Saturday night for Tampa I nish a happy medium of expressionfor Your crystal lakes, the waving palms j Ddiam:. F'1a. ,
where have an engagement to the sentiments of the people: In regard INTERNATIONALCorrespondence I
s they
The lovely homes all woo me. j BltO\\'N A: MOODY, STOCKTON & n {ADFOR.II >
play at the Tampa:: Bay casino:: )!r. to the great and good common-; My soul expands, my heart upraised Schools I Cutler Little Ri'er.'I .
jGagnon intended to go to Miami, but wealth In which they reside. i My voice in song shall sound thy g
,owing to his inability to get the auditorium Recently, Mr. Frank B. Williams, of i;| praise, ... Box.799. SCtAirroif.! FA.riLLo $-
he was obliged V jo to TamP this city, the well known corrl.'Spon'i!I And tribute bring through all the days I' OCK lirittiimmi

ff-y;1 '. .*,.}.Ir.. A. K. Mdnnh: Is ,moms: his newspaper dent of New writer York of ability Tobacco and, and a |I I Florida my Florida! WI George Coates!''I Miaffli! \ School Of Music And ElocutionNow

i 1 stock Of the 5 and 10 cent rtora into contributed to the Tribune a note\\ Russia can now take her choice between -
Boa 141 Mia..f''..
the Haskin build log, at the corner of titled "Florida. which was the yellow peril and the red I .
r Simonton and Fleming streets. at the time as being ,appropriate, I peril Open
Mr. W. H, Norman, port steward In every respect for the long desired I o KILL COUCHAND

of the P. t O. Steamship Co. returned -j State song. It can be sung to the Germany raises more potatoes than CURE THE LUNCS ly
from a short,business trip to the''j i air of "Maryland My Marylan-1," and any other country. Last year it produced : JAEDLISCZKA-

mainland Friday night. wouud make a very inspiring l>ean of SGO.OGu.QOO ccntlwelghts.! while WITH Dr.
Mrs. George Lowe entertained at:I j I tjoy and pride in the marvelous riches the United States produced only 103- King'sNew

her: home Friday night the Married 1 i i of Florida. 000,000' ccntlwelghts. Russia produced !; MASON[ Piano Method.

t Ladles' flab.F. The Tribune requests that the newspapers 510,000.000. and ranks next to Ger : Discovery I.r
Philip Kong of the hospital corps I of the State take this matter many as a potato producer. France I
Is expected to return to the barracks'[ up and reprint the verses ef-Mr. Wili produced more than twice as much as I' FOR I OUCNS ONSUMPTION and 50c Price U1.00 The same a.. taught by Jacdli-n-r.ka, director of:the celebrated Stern ;
R about the 15th of February. He has i I! Hams. In order that they may become the United States, while the potato, OLDS Free Trial. |Conservatory of Music in Berlin. Individual and limited da.* instruction Vi

'been absent since January 15th. generally known throughout the State. crop of the United Kingdom was larger Surest and Quickest Cure for all I| IWlle-Lcttrex French and Latin. Arithmetic and higher Mathematics
Private F.- F. Conway of the hos-:' If the faculties of colleges and princl- than this country's. i THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES a vjiecialty. For term etc., apply to tt
i.I iJ or HONEY BACK. '
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p STUFFY COLDS '- n ,tabr your real estate for sale.
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are the kind that settle on the lungs and develop into : ; : : :;" k r \\'t' want to show you some

f,7i: : ., ?yEsmsv ; ? : -1 *t; bargains: if you want to a

?' :.fe -.1.2 ?F buy anything in our line.
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"", ,, ., "\ .tf'1I 1-'( We want to :show you our
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ter PNEUMONIA i f Ldt. We sell houses on easy
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.......,-..J:. terms. Let us* show you.
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I Horse'shoeIngYe, sell farms on terms to :

and CONSUMPTION ; by buying this : suit. Come and see us. '
: I rclublc, honest. Blacksmithing .
fill high. grade cwii \\ e sell or exchange everyCarriage -
j macl.inc.;
in the
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7 stops the cough and heals the "' ., ,w _-!::.

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lungs and prevents serious .. iU ., ..', I ,"" Orange
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results from a cold. 'H NEY. ?, TAR Iii :1 j II j! ii; -/ il v'EN'i/t"c 7'if and Grape Fruit

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Foley& Co., Chicago. Dana. Ind.. Sept. 28, 1902. IS MILDLY LAXATIVE : i -" : i
Gentlemen:-FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR cured me of consum"- H : I I" I
kJr i lion arer I bad suffered two years and was, almost! desperate. Three physicians And a Sal R mtfyor I i+ i J. i And all other ornamental trees and shrulis
.> failed to give me any relief and the last one said he could Jo me no good I tried old and Veunc.mRended H 7, '
,. PI"I"! all writ* for Jescriptiv r.itilosjue and oth4r
; almost every medicine I heard tell of without benefit until FOLEY'S HONEY ,&: by theMedicalFccultyfcrtSe 11 ; '" ': i Of : :.
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AND TAR was recommended to me. Its effect right from the start was magical.: s : information. :
1 improved steadily from the first dose and am now sound and well, and think variousaffections i Vi TOOL
FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR is. Godsend to people with Throat and Lung l of the) f Ii s; .: O.Jai i 4S3Ii :
Trouble. Yours very truly, Mrs. Alary Ambrose. 3 3c :i ,' L'i''10EE KALLE, MAas. U.S.A. i GRIFFING BROS. COMPANY
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contains no opiates and does not con t w __ j \lain: .l1k", 'urscry OBlcvl.iltle !
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I stipate like ordinary cough medicines. rupAuaerFOLEY&CO.. i It If! -----,

THREE JZES-25c: 50c and $1.00 CHICAGO:ILL. Hi s CURE j

The 50.cent size contains 2\\ times as much as the h' Ai I Hi DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT

small size, and the $1.00 size almost 6 times as much. _' J O 0 1 TL.fi r: 41-,2'4t.-'e.trt.,.-'IoU.o.t'r M t a ....oOIIITOIt ttmrh cMw c.+:ahrfeada
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