The Miami metropolis
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00087
 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 10, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075058
oclc - 31626392
notis - AKR3413
lccn - sn 96027198
System ID: UF00076100:00087
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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t : Prominent Citizens Deeming that the Town Demands Such a Service TWO MEN LOST THEIR LIVES- CUT OFF FROM OUTSIDE WORLD f;
LAST NIGHT-IS IN GOOD CONDITION Take Preliminary Steps for Providing Same...An Illuminating $400 MADE BY OLD BOARD- I AND SLEET STORM
and Gas Heating Plant Also Projected. ,I LIEF ERICKSEN. TODAY. i.

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!1 At the regular meeting of the city waste water on the condensers, coolers

Joey :Nuttall; the world's champion {i.council Thursday night the first, or I etc., in the ice plant.It By.. vote of York Feb ">,-After having collided I.OIIUIIIK Feb. 9 While the conlii f
initial towards the building and ordered that if the for one against and with and sunk the lions 11
was ice
..swimmer against whom Percy Cavill j step I, com two refusing to.ote., the board of'', Norwegian i resulting from the long continuedrain .
operating of a street railway In Miami pan will put in Y's fifty feet. .,,7
every aiean.ii l.i.i
off Roniuine
the Australian champion Is matchedto I county rouanls-Montrs" late "I.e"beu. Cape and slat storm show a slight 1rilUl.rou'mt'nt
I was made when Mr. B. B Tatum on not including the streets and lay an
swim one mile for the championshipand I afteruoon withdrew the aruount of b'I"r..la. din iu ; a dense fog on In the southeast today '
behalf of himself and associates, ad. eight inch sewer that the permission ,
4 lliaml a purse of $500 from a side, reached j dressed the board on the project. Mr. i, as requested would be granted I $IOO.tst appropriated' by the old board February 4. the Standard Oil steamer I, there id no betterment of the situation.
New York !
:where be Tuesday arrived a few days ego,from,|I Tatum asked that the matter of grantI i i W. \V Prout made application for a : also for the fused! Dade County Fair fund and City of Everett, returned to port today 1 from the Mississippi river to the Atlantic -

e England coming over purposely to I lIng the franchise he referred to an 1 charter which will hereafter be sub, ;, .. to issue a warrant in pay with twcfely members of the crew ( 'Oceun. .
meat for
Rim this match. '| appropriate or th_- proper committee I milted of the operation of an illuminating ; he W"rM's county Fair Kdltion advertising of the done Florida In of the sunken steamer, 1 i The telephone companies in this..
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:Nuttall and Cavill .with) their back-I with whom he might confer during and heating gas plnat The I'he other
two of
: : TlUJe..Unlon.hlh was liewise uu'iiii'etc the crew i vast area have been practically out of
I the preparation of e. franchise in orderi i communication was accepted and plac1 I
and number of friends this
ers a met :
by the former board. of the Norwegian Veniicr. one second' business l
1 : since last ,Saturday night
discussing i that there might be as little delay as ed on file
: and after the
4 morning contest i possible In Determining ,the question Mr Prout addressed the council In The action, it is said was taken engineer Oe8trem<*u. ant a firemannamed telegraph companies are In but UtUe
it that shall t
was agreed
meet on the evening of the 28th or Mr Tatum stated in his remarks regard to the city allowing the dumpIng i'p on the advice of \V I. Metcalf. legal Johannessen, were drowned. 'i !hatter condition, and messages are

$ the last day in this month in the Royal .' that-the city had reached that stagein 1! of garbage and placing of dead anti I': adviser of the board that the appro- ', The City of En'rettVas bound from J!I. being sent by trains between the cities ;
) its growth when transportation is I' mals on property less than one quarter prlatJ ins were illegal but pnolle opln j where wire communications are Inter. +b
Palm casino. They are to wear ion this1 '': New YorK for Sabine Pass, light, soil
fact the
j questions as real .
regulation I demanded and that recognizing this, of a mile from the city limits. I I I nipted.Atlanta
I? and the event Ina.1l
costumes cause and attributes it the Krlckwn from :Matanzas to Philadelphia ,
+,i more to poutcal has been shut off twice Since
accord.i t fact men of ample means had been i The following motions then pre- ,
shall be conducted
respects ( differences than anything else. with a large cargo of sugar {j' Sunday and nothing has been heard s
and i
interested in the project were;{ wiled on this subject and matter: ,jI
I To. 1':. H. Dimlck of West Palm I! from
' cham-pionship ready to build and pulp a first-class i First. That the city attorney be Instructed there by wire in the past 14
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1 Beach, Is credited the resolution withdrawing
,..(; Nuttall In conversation with a Metropolis electric trolley system so soon as affairs to draft an ordinance 'regulatins i the lie duty, but material assistance to the hours. Washington Is also shut out
He stated I appropriations. lIe was from tho South today and Associated
could be shaped up. the removal of dead animals
he Fair
reporter said that is in project, which would have been
motive of j i supported by Mr. Johns of Stuart?,, Press dispatches are being filed atLoul8'lIIe
that there was no mere night soil etc.
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good condition outside of little had I
being a 1 ...while Commissioner Sewell voted considerably handicapped not the i -
stiff'and backward from his travels, speculation in asking for this franchise Second. That the sanitary committee :Miami Board of Trade-a body com- for distribution. t
I against It, and Messrs. Winfield and
but that few will limber him but that the road would be con be authorized to make a proper of with the
a days np Tweedell remained silent-refusing to POSed men Interest of the The !MU-M-S Maude and Myrtle WIl-
'and pat him fn good shape. He weighs structed promptly should the franchise disinfection of the carcasses of dead vote. city and county at stake-r-came to the '! lard, of fuller, kp.-nt "Wednesday the
about 150 pounds and is a much small be granted. I II animals that were placed on he former rescue at Its meeting last night and
The action of the board came as a ; city and attended the recital of the
Upon motion the matter wad refer dumping ground and to have the
man than Cavill, and not near as appropriated a of $400.00.
er I I surprise and after the announcement sum an ao i Conservatory of Music at the auditorium
I red to the committee on Street and premises put in a thoroughly
athletic In appearance. He speaks in ;, I j that the appropriations especiallythat coun of which appears elsewhere In that night'
A the highest terms of cum as a swimmer -,I Improvements for consideration. condition. the :Metropolis to meet the emergencyand |i
-for the County Fair fund had
{ that he realizes that he The mC"lit.g08S attended by President -i! Third. That the city of Miami offera I the
and make !
says been, withdrawn, the matter becameone np deficiency. :, The F. R C. Hotel System, launch
Hahn mot mo f\.f \ REm)', Lurn-! reward of $2500 for evidence that
must be at his best if he wins out over
Other than this matter the !; Kathleen of
general Palm Beach
l of discussion on the streets, and II f cam down
the Australian. This. It is needless I mus, Wilson .nl Sitar and will secure the conviction of any parties
1lI1'I..1 business transacted by the board J afternoan'aith
? I It was generally condemned irreepeotire ofj yesterday a. partjrfrom
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to he expects to do, while Cavill j Irllilllg aid app.t? of 'r dumping garbage or animal mat- j
a say. of faction of politics. The county commissioners was of a rota- the Royal Polnrlana aboard and! who
,Is certain be will turn the tables oo!I',- the last ,): >u b online, got dow' ter on any land'except the regular city
,,' tine nature such as bills k
priation was one of great appro-I approving are making a cruise In thin anti adjacent
to busineii dumping ground on and after February i I t h
r Nuttall for the drubbing he got last 11
approving bonds, etc. waters.
to the county as It was not only
... ,summer In a. three mile contest at I t c-omrnu t' 1'I .'.s i.*,'l/* | r:1': 10 1905. I, ...
M A. Ha" chief entjueor in diMge It was ordered that Chief EngineerA.

..: NewportThe match Is attracting world-wide!' of the building of the new water works I Baur be Instructed to filf'the excavations I ti3": ,,.- _. _:- .-- ---- --. -----.---- -..

., 'Interest, and it Is already announced'I 8)liten. in tlilb "U>, In reply to the Instructions on Thirteenth street, between

". that, many prominent swimmers andadmirers I of the city authorities that Avenues B and .C, on Twelfth

of the art will be here to, safeguards be placed around all optn street between the same avenues Fine Footwear to fit foot

""" 'witness the contest Both Cavill and ings or obstructions in th> streets within 24 hours after the proper no i any

Nnttall win do their training in the. during the progress of the laying of ice. ,

'Casino pool but at different times of, the water mains atiJ In regard' to The committe appointed to draft a .- --_.---- .. ----_.._- -- - .. --

;:t; the day. and from now on wilt put in I filling up the same properly v ai to new city charter reported progress and

the hardest kind of licks to fit them.] leave the streets In as good a con i asked for further time. The same was

;elves for'the fray. ,I Uon as before the digging. ganted.

!j| The communication staled that such City Mashal Flaoftcan' submitted a AT SEWELL'S SHOE STORE

TWO MIAMI PHYSICIANS NAMED.;I requirements were ben; adhered to statement of the cost per lot to the r

I, as closely as possible by the contract. property owners of the laying of the .. .. .
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-t< Hon. Frank Clark Congressman-fors!!,i; and suggesting remedies in case Twelfth street sewer the money put -- -- --

elect from this district has a( the re-: there should be a violation nt these J up and the amount due them by the

,quest of the president of the American I Important matter The communication city. The statement Jowed: the total --- -- -- _. -
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Anti-Tubercnloels League, appointed I I was accepted. ; cost to be $54008 total amount -

''several prominent physicians from various IL F. Atkinson, city attorney:, to put up by owners, $800.00. and amount 1905 Spring f

1 cities of Florida to attend the whom was referred the petition of refundable to them, $2CO.92.

national convention of the league Messrs. Lent Patterson and Shanna- The following resolution prevailed:
which 'meets In Atlanta Ca. April 17 han for the closing of North River Resolved, That the committee on ; Goods now on Exhibition. r

K to IS.' The appointments as delegates street for commercial purposes, filed I sanitation be authorized to execute a
). to represent Dade county are Drs. J. a communication recommending that I mortgage and notes in the sum of f

'M.Jackson and P. T. Skaggs. the petition be deried. The report $533.34: due in two years, with interestat Finest go> that are manufactured I.airtl.bIIJCr..
; Norman & Bennett anti Ha maker..
received but the matter referredto 8
was per cent to H. E. Tuttle receiver
I Largest and most iip-t<.-date i-tcck in the South to

) select :-
':]- PRINCE EITEL RECOVERING. the committee on rules aud ordinances to secure the deferred payments on all I
from. Shoes for lor for vachtm
1 walking driving) -
<<: Berlin, Feb..7.-Prince Ettel has so I for action. I that certain lot or parcel of land
Ii, tar.recovered from his attack of pneumonia : A communication was received from purchased by the city for a dumping ..f the foiling stock: French Kid. Patent Kid. Tan I '

that his physicians announce i the Florida East Coast Ice Co. requesting ground. i Vici Kid. Tan Varnished Calf Skin. White Duck, ,

.... today that no further bulletins of his i permission to excavate and lay a Street Superintendent Hurdle made i White Linen. White Castor, White Hack. Tan ViZe, '

m condition will be announced.NITROGLYCERINE sewer fromthe plant on Sixth street 1 his report of work done during the blue 1 pink and white kid. I>>n "nl.i :. .: ;: .: ,: 1

j: west to Avenue D, thence down that! month of January, the same being ac

.t EXPLOSION I. thoroughfare to Seventh street and! cepted. I Do !
not buy uutil you visit our mammoth Shoe Store
:connecting with the city sewer. This After approving the current monthly
Hartford_City Ind, Feb. 4.-Several r
hundred quarts of nitroglycerine In I for the pnrpose of carrying off the bills the meeting adjourned. ; -- :_ _. I I Id
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the Empire Torpedo Co's. magizine f
near Montpelier exploded today. I A CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR MOVE.

..; The magazine was blown to pieces I / I II .1

= The.concussion was plainly felt here, Clear A. Hisllngton and Miss : Washington, Teh 9-Senator Lodge

'fifteen miles away, and at other places Georgie Howard were married last 1 1i i i in the Senate oday presented a pelf I r :
::Vthirty-five and fifty miles distant. Itl]
Thursday by Rev. C. A. Fulwood at the tion from 1.C42 Christian Endeavor so- : _
,;." Is believed several persons were hell- : ; -------I'
.- new home of the groom on Biscayne i defies. representing all the States and 1r' .
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: / I Avenue. The event took place promptly [i Territories of the Union, asking Pres- I ,

tl'i(; THAT FREIGHT RATE BILL j at 8 o'clock in the presencevof relatives :I ident Roosevelt, that they be authorized : I I :.<,.:'

'" ---- !I and a few friends. to invite the governments of the I

'Washington., Feb. 9.-The House today ) ( world >o appoint delegates to the In- !
The bride was eautlfnlly gowned
.i. entered upon,the last days discus I j ternatlonal congress to meet at stated : t

ion of the bill to regulate heightjates. j in elegant white silk, and thi groomin 1!, intervals to deliberate upon questions .1 I i I.\

the conventional black fo common interest to the nations, so
111 wwI
,A vote will be taken at :3 o'clock this i The bride was the recipient of a I interested. SenatorVnrren reported I i, sqs'; : ':es. I

tr first the minority : the military academy appropriation L '
afternoon on ib-j number handsome presents among i I I I :
i' stltute known as the Davey bill and them one that has a history, a set of>I bilL I tL I
,t should It fall through then on the'! solid silver forks manufactured in j I II I

majority measure known as the EaschTorsfi&tu England over 40 years ago. The set I Fishermen from the banks report 1 1I'

:,. bill I was originally designed as a bridal I I I that several soft back whales tanging 1 I'L-: A9\t I I I Ie 'i.:rJ

The debate was opened by Pierce, : present but the anticipated marriage;Lin size from 20 to 30 feet have been !

}' of Tennessee who after announcing I jli never took place. seen feeding in these waters for the I ; I ._ .
'that the of President Roosei i ) :
position ----
I The gentleman who was disappointed 1 past several days and this morning t "
veil on the subject of rate legislation I! In that affair, and who is an uncleof Captain Charles Thompson, who has I

showed him to loe the greatest leader { Mr. Hesllngton hearing that hi I I : ;
*! quite record for capturing large and JOHN SEWELL & BRO. f i
"Ii the Republican raze since the civfl i
nephew was to be married, sent the carious fish from the deep went out In I
,";war said that ne (Pierce would support silver forks to his bride. ); the Barracuda in search of the monosters I I I ..

the Easch-Townsend bill. He i| The contracting parties are well and If located he will make an : I TheSonly; exclusive shoe store in the city. fiI

ever, based.hi, support ,upon the I.known In the community and highly i i effort to harpoon and land one of them. I i I S vvell's Shoe Store. >014 12tli Street Sew ell's! Clothing: Store, ..
fact that Bryan and the Democratic esteemed and most heartily congratn ': If I
successful Captain Thompson will i
II 306 12th St. Sew.11)% Taik-nn-i KstaUlishmet. Wljtast;
rty had r declared for the name legls.'I lations are extended by numerous I have eclipsed all of his previous records I .___ __- __ ___n_ .
.".lstIQ friends. for big fish.i ti
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I" : not Admitted.. i lay stress the damage to the other -
Should upon f
MIAMI 1 METROPOLIS' When Mfrthants ASHIK-..ttiun. | crops Now, as a matter of fact, KEY WEST AND MR. FLAGLER

t >. of lost .. .i" "i 1.11,: ruled thII.' ..- SilKh: &. Co have wilfully given out a

Pwtilihed Every Friday in the Metropolis iiian he :; | : 'v' In c-'o"i i .' i-, false: statement, or else they hate not .

Buildlcg. and sent : ,n'"i' >' under tKtu.i" ,"' t i : IH. u the proper I me and labor to alllopslhatlon Metropolis Bureau, Key \VM. Fit. i lit introduced It will probably be '*

nUlls in K.in nation ai- ..u' <.i. j of the situation It is Peer r. --Tbo steamer Discayoe with I among! the finest in the system. Tourist
;. 8. 1 T.hmv l'rr% S. Rote Itch., S ..Ir aiIfce
; lo aid : ,' '\" I a well known fact that the pineapplecrop lion 11. M KlagUr and party aboard : allured! by the genial climate and

Miami Printing Company : th'.ir > "I'd,n,- i I. > \11"1| tn tn, of the last Coast and Hade county I facilities for water sports will spent:
$, : arrittd Wednesday The members of
v.Ktrwl In the Po..t...tfice at Muml. It i$ "" a. I : i. e, *o aru I tspexiallt. practnalh is<'apid with i their winters In the Island City, Ow
s'.' Fla, .it st-cond-cifiks matter.LC {people )lai ._ ,',1 '. ot ioir;<', tn%! a out injury, all! of the fnnt and 1 plant, the party' \I ..rp. Messrs. II :'1. Flakier.! ,, msc to in peculiar situation Key West

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"" meet Southern newspaper pub rather i.t ; and wish the usdoua' Intact and unaTec.it 1 1. The dam Triay and son and F. S, Morse. An foreign and domestic vessel passingthrough

"Ob,1: '>G: :the mainland of the Unite=! Ilea to I'. I its murk-ahitlt: viirl. ii- :t I ago to tomato and other crops Is .miionant! OI'elln.I as het.e.IIle8'! the Panama canal, and an 1m-

"ales hate (' \''' 'It : Makiiu ",' ..,i.i I slight in the extreme: as was rhownin .!ay nigh: at huh :.[r. Flakier, his ,imrtatii coaling station for the Navyv .

them had i : I ihoir recounts to :'CI.| ut the Metropolis of last Saturday by \parts and'! lion Gorge \\". Alltn lion : WI'I1 such re.JrcauJ advantages

','nv sea. .$:? 00 of faith ,Hi : W..- would. however, star' i I sta'eu.f nM from those equally as ",00.1autbort li l> Tr.-xor. George 1 I. Barthum. Pr n.. limits can be placed to the future

S.) oj.n.vh. ttXi' :hnj ,,1'f':1I<' r anj job prlutlnj.. )' as Shish 4. Co or any Oilier I V Pont" Uia It Porter, Senator possibilities nt the city \but if tIlt pee.pie
.. .f},...... i-av.r.s; in advance nil) nriptlon '.
\\ limit Harris
Representatives will
fhr ,, irP i ,car'l put.. for $1 :;" of the binail:! Ernest Roberts, and this Knuwica : hm efforts l
t.im h. 11 t head :'I'r hant", as onf As fur.liT etuUnce in to tni.u them. Key
..red! vii 1l.ILths' rul 3cri]>uan for .r, :\ir : ,; ; { .-ln"iise tilled nun gthida t: damage MidUiiu.1 It is will! I" recite iti'lV. D Cash wire present Mr \N
tlfT.tJr; This lh a liberal discount lo in utnariry and accepted -nrjition !: the fact that the managers of the Hash! : < nin] th. inciting to ascertain most important sea ports on the At-

.lute btr.clly advance payments,_ 'j part of ::; "merthanl" is, cue wji. Dade ('ouuty [Pair scheduled to begin th.' popiljrentiu'ent! In regard to bis lolll'Ie coast.
,.,X.PARATIVE: DISTANCES.- 1 (more of i t.1f _ak at some r"gui.tr'I March S..tre In nctipt of numerous *>uil.!tin,; i In- rva.l to Keye : and It Mr and :Mrs. Ambrose Clear enter-M

-, ;' FromFrom iiigs;; thus ; uit.
)'n"1',01: 1.T K. r. j he sure embraced In that defiri the growers of the county that they satisfied!! with the result. :MrFltrfUr Tliusday The first prizes were won Yt.y
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| does\ not \ !Ir(' b.'nsa uf it inust be will hate a better am more varied assortment ; was assured by the lepresenlatites hiss Vista Roberts and Mr. Eugene

'- Illu.1 j Maw I i wE'e.'' dieted ". fK like the print of pro-luce this year than ; of Key West Who were present, ; Mtars, They were a set of gold pins
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"'laTat a .. ....1 m I I :MAl' SI ; the Miami: bare stock on ter l before. A personal cantass of 'hat the people were not only willing I: h,1| n scarf pin. The booby trophies

,,..tarsut n !u.ei Aefni,... .. .'.,: 1159 17f'ttl 14 1'1 "t1: i wr>.I- in 1 (', In the form of papers! of i the situation; by Mr Blackman man. : Inn anxious fur the railroad to be built I, w..r" awarded: to Miss: Ftoasle Baker

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"'Jape $.' ,Ati4'OJ... ':'i f.6n Lio. : ,i price and it is more tounts the fair will be held as sched-< : the e\ttriioT to Key West Mr. Flag. i! piloted into the harbor Wednesday by

+ .a Jcai r 11""+a V 1,! 'R1A.ardtaaablwa A Eock I ".;.t It 'or a newspaper to I ul.-d, when, were conditions otherwise l'-r *htd 1 the committee blue prints 'I 1 pilot Josh Smith. The _\Ackworth: \
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1_bode. .. 1114 ] .... ... I A ne'. I walJI'Iin: a spot cash or it could be i-ostpomvl!. ..f the snney of the route to this point, coal laden and bound from Norfolk
r 1 1vtbicth i I" [ .> st ..stum than it is for The Fruit and Produce News also he also pointed nut sews miles of the !: Yd., Matanzas.: Cuba. She ran ashore

FRIDAY. FEEHUARr 10, 1905. i:( author is It could do so very easily : routes to the front with statements road which would require the.expendi- on Triumph shoals :Monday the 31st.

i : be suuliue.i ; !| '.n. yet It is not al that are untrue and misleading, and tire fit a half milloin dollars per mile Two hundrad tons of coal were Jettisoned
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s- Millionaire Duke Is discovering that : nor: A ; ; bud, credit subscrip- ;I under a Miami dale says "Rich men to bull 1 I. This fact gives some Idea before the steamer was floated

i J' Mrs. Duke is much harder to "loose officer iu .. freiptntly' allowed for : made) paupers. Freeze one of the worstin of the magnitude:; of the undErtaking which was done by wreckers from Key

: than she was to find itc I t ..n tear to the subscrib the history of the State'. Then follows -| and the Immense sums which will be I, West A contract was made between

.. served 'I JGoternor the purpose of holding a "guess" of the damage done I required for Its accomplishment Mr. the captain and the wreckers before

't Since Tom Lawson that two The advertising and job in this and other flections No doubt I Flatter will bate no trouble ia scenting I I the vessel was floated whereby: the
ten men will soon own the whole i| State; A go on the credit plan I these papers hate beEn imposed upon. riparian rights as the various owners : former agreed to give the, latter |tO.I .-'

country John D. Rockefeller wants to I cent Is an easy matter for a No one believes that they would wilfully -i consented to give him full tight of I I 000. There: are eighty men In the

: bow who the other nine are to be. I II I States and ; i I to soon have as many, or I misrepresent tne situation, but 1 way. He also stated that he had wreck with" Capt. Rob Finder. wreckIng -

i s Veteran resources In the form of the fact remains that such has been nettr before announced that the road master. A survey WU orders

I fs there are only three editors out : coat being I' as any merchant In done, and they by publishing the I would be extended to Key West but i and the following board was appointed w

;. ,.. for the gubernatorial nomination of I for merchant and the news statements, are doing the State and he would then make known to them I : Captain Saunders James K. Car

Georgia. the others must be waiting : enjoying In hand In the business the producers far more damage than the Island City would be the terminus. ry and Coos St. Johns. A diver examined

until.::,the next time. Alabams I I I one could not do with. did the freeze.It Mr. Flagler and party left Thursday to the bottom of the vessel and

,, Hon. Wiu. ... ; and the only reason Is true that the loss was first considered complete the Inspection of the surrey. found It uninjured. The underwriters

. Vade Tom Neidringhans Is making mrnt of i I known by the same com heavy; but later Investigations The benefit! which: the railroad win refused to satisfy the agreement of
rapid progress In hla race for the Sen. ;I I'mon and I Is because they some- have proven It exaggerated In bring to Key West are almost Incon the captain. The steamer has bass

ate. This Is gratifying to the collntr.1; happen to fall that way the extreme and shown to the world celvable. New citizens, and consequently attached: ani the court wilt determine

, as the race is backwards, ', by all who I that the East Coast U still as It baa new Ideas new Industries will the amount of salvage.- 1

Immune from freeze - -.
i : are : wishes the Merch been practically i
Oklahoma ...ants it understood that ability, : all success, for we destruction As to the citrus fruit and To Build a Town. Respected Religion. | j

etc can govern herself a great deal ablest of in sympathy with and trees they are intact In this section The following pert suggestions from Probably for the flrst time ia the :

better than the old States are governing broad and ; which has for Its end according to the best of author- the Jacksonville Metropolis relativeto history of the State' the saloon keep-.

(' themselves firm and of dead-beating. The ities. This, with the other crop conditions the upbuilding of that city are applicable -I I era of Jacksonville voluntarily closed

} j product Is our opinion. Is of a lower [ is sufficient to convince the in the main to Miami and I their places of business Tuesday.wall

The Florida Times-Union publishes and links of evolution than I most skeptical minds that rumors are I every other city and town In the a religious service was being held. A

tMJk Sunday a "drawing contest page", history fellows who sometime | always exaggerated and none more so State: revival has been in progress in that

,and on each other day of the week and offers lodrlng across yonder than In the hasty approximations sent Cite free sites to new manufacturing -, city for some weeks past by the celebrated

twelve drawing pages. cause for I Frohock. Deceit, obtain out as authentic Information telative Industries. I! Dr. Munnhall, and many conversions y

which gave up 1: false pretense, disap to the crop and fruit damage on the Exempt all factories from taxation have resulted. The services
p Tte re went to Mr-.. all tho time their real somewhat of
East Coast. except on estate Innovation in that
too, a trust, and a lot of i
i; Mary Rogers did not prove to be "the "Phil.delphla"r' they at times t
regiment, ,I in this category are al: v"Order are preceded by street
i pardon which came too late", for there of the the person who will not A Little Freedom. Make the city beautiful; then boostIL parades and open air demonstration
Is a new lease of life which at present I I
I They are non-sectarian and laigely attended -
I was obligations when: reigns In Wi>ar" "They
-' is good until June :. make a solitude aud call It peace." "It I i I Form a permanent organization, by all' denomination., but It

i I the with funds to place Jacksonville adver was thought by many that the climax
presents --- is a mob. said Louis XVI looking
Orange and grapefruit groves .In as a Law. from the palter). at VthsaillM.: "No I using i had been reacted when a committeeof

!1 Dale county will be at a high premium against sire, it Is a revolutija.! s-1'\I a COol I tiel Scatter maps and folders broadcast I II churchmen waited on the saloonkeepers ,

sine they warp unhurt by the recent the dumping ground Happy the nail-.it that TAD make progress I Tag every piece of freight leaving J JI and requested them to close 1

< cold which did so much: damage In That Big I main entrance to the by etolution Since! Lincoln Issued ,I Jacksonville with something about the I their places of business during a certain

other portions of Florida. I, j j, .. Is just now infest theujinci.ittljti| proclamation! city. I I hour of services. '

,, moralized : number of that unde which loos-id the iX-lnU of 4.000000 Vie the newspapers of other cities' But It was not: aaJ according to the ,

There Is an excellent opening for It-wsncHR of" visitors commonly African sla..''*.Jhe Czar of Russia bas I liberally and constantly. i I Jacksonville Metropolis not a single ; +

one or more large apartment houses I his \ I These worthies Issued a ro"'ima'lcu giving! freedom Publish all the good and as little as one refused the request In fact they

in Miami. Already.all the hotels and much their way southward to many more millions of serfs, and i possibly of the bad i ii i! Unified a willingness to do so. Is t "

rooms In private homes are well filled I! f?* (" ;; months to escape the In bo'T.oui.i"us .t .nr.l; Ixin provedthat i Local capital to develop local Indus i this not evidence that, though a man

and the crowds arejust beginning to needles or North. They have no tries.All. I II may engage in the liquor traffic an4sell
< dance is i
M lii'lefiFciluin i .1 I o
thoughts support and besides I merchants and manufacturers i his soul Into eternal damnation '
ecnre. ID | '.
thin,;. lint what, .irc "p In andwhat I
gest 1 nuisance by begging. should do ROme advertising.! I i while helping to make widows and
; arihe t'i ti't'! II ni':>iui\ .nd .
: M-ult>r Morgan of Alabama, thinks: i $ : ( do a ot civilization for -\-'.' groupie in darkness I Establish a bureau to answer inqulrles. orphans and sending men to the gal
the NicaraVna Canal would, b the been : been found' In that city many of the I 1 t lows, that he ran and will respect religion
fi. I -f adver'ised
The world 's < remedies
coirplef! in a fewj years if the coun, It is the committed are accredit and panaceas 1.lrilk,1! awell I Use :he illustrated weeklies and j and those who practice ItT ?

' try had r,ttoweu his adtk and taken I in the I and no doubt very justly I magazines. The Jacksonville saloon men are to
,, t. .
i-s i>hv that ro :'c. instead! of buying: a $tO.- 1 cut up atld : but. few of these "gents quack nostrums all. The worst .-:- Establish here flrMt-class! trade I be congratulated ucpn their act. which

WO.OOO i..ud hole I iii Panama I can an> tc Its geographical ;Ncvorthlppp schools colleges and other institutionsof showed'a feeling for God an.l Gospeland
Ir potlsm Is pref .il-l' to anarcbv: "
r Its ) ( were it not so situated learning. fellowman Let their example
W4' bli"ve that i'eh! ;>- Isa', I
} Many' shrewd, farn-oini businessmen plovmcnt I .> among our visitors The Send circulars to factories In other be followed by others In the sam
like anarch re will! Uinusl be--putdown
who arc visitors In the city are : The ,,' vagraucy law but what It I| cities showing Jacksonville's advant- business and let the habit of closing
an I thu' from their revolution,
looMng at Miami real estate with a I ::, ') ) ) is augmented by the bloody or bO'd.: !ot'- better conditions ages In full transportation etc. grow until they will have united together

view to investments and it !Is expected : egg and t that is given It; en 1 Print brief facts about JacKsonvllle In one common resolution and
will n-i' i.- f'I.1c' :e.-I'llo.l' cry { it
that there will be much property some The law against this class on the back of every envelope carried practice of observing the Holy Sabbath
thanring hands during the next few i ness of to be stringent; more _-o_ out of the city in malls. day if no other.. a

weeks No city In Florida offers better I I! the other ; to cover all kinds of Idle i; The newspapers and trade journals Many dealers In the stuff are willing -

opportunities for Investments of !, even this there is no visible means They hate prett strenuous politics are beyond all question the most et to do this, but the opposition rivalry

this class. i ; livelihood thus reach up In Pennsjhania. Here is what ex- 'I fective medium for publicity work. I greed tor the dollar and DonseaA
Judge :Miller : "If I had to make
troyed by by choice, refuse to says i The croakers and knockers shouldbe pert of Cod and man by others, causes
the choice of re-entering Mercer county -
Representative Frank P. Comerford.',: safety and about the streets and suppressed and made to feel that I them to sell too and force a desecration

of Chicago, by utterances made In I'': ""t ." ,, by day week and year politics or hell our three months" I t they are no part or parcel of us. of the day they wouIL without
would make the latter choice. Three !l
address to the students of the Illinois be cost ot and without money Don't forget the drummers (of other Inconvenience respect,, but now
months. That would! him throughthe .
College of Law has succeeded In attracting It would, much vagrants as the carry i, cities) are the knockers. Please'em. hat Dr. Munnhall has touched the
I winter. Considering the weatherup
: attention, to himself for on ling in now Invading our Free files of the Metropolis and the hearts of 'hose in Jacksonville the
( that Inclined to regard -
daybefore yesterday thin General As- I chain way we are Times Union In every passenger,sU wish! cannot go further than that he

nimbly appointed a committee of seven ,! OOo.OOO law and Us enforcement his preference as wise. lion In the Cnlted States. I make greater inroads Into their graces)

to investigate the charges hp has all the be kept out and the Get out postal cards with Jacksonville and hearts until the Sabbath will be t

publicly made. Here Is what stung a city ;, on his wife's labors, Edward Bok-wo presume from the views on them. recognized and served by them In the C

Illinois and his friends, be forced way the daily press refers to him now I that God decreed
the hornet: The: Legislature I Including[ I j Traveling salesmen can do more for manner
IF a great public auction, where special houses or get out. This matter that he has grown wealthy and drop- I than other form
a I or against a city any i --- -
are sold to the hleh< st cor t and and the State ped the middle Initial from his name- 1 j
privileges es gn : of advertising. lion, Barlow B. Wilson who hf \
that without at Its approaching sessloc is the subject of the suggestion for a .
bidders respect
yoratlon \ ; : Thoroughly acquaint: every travelingman fur a lout period of ) ara held the a
"filiations, the grafters no more wise or beneficia' monument because of his now ragingwar I
to party be used to with the resources and advantages position of Clerk ot the Supremo Court,
be in the majority. i one decreeing that the on the "tipping: system". Abolish I
. ftcmto to get a of Jacksonville. I has tendered his resignation to tales
I | 1 vagrant must go. the tipping system, what would the
I a pinch I effect; : April L Judge MDton H. 11, *
There is so much discussion in the handle it hungry or hurried man at the crowded -S bry. of Tampa, has been tendered the
I j The steamship Pensacola. who hasbeen t
I rEM about the hanging of women, and I number ; hotel do? position and has accepted It Mr. Wilson I
i engaged In the coal trade between I
this Is prompted by the trial and contteUon could be being said and written oI has been a faithful and efficient I
So people hate come to :Miami | Pensacola and later to Tamplco
In Ver- of the freeze through many I
of Mrs Mary Rogers lost by I officer and his resignation Is much,
and have taken look about the cityand has gone on a long voyage, her destination -
few weeks and about s
nxmt. for the alleged murder of her I I' more ago, i regretted. Judge Vtbry. the new appointee.
being Portland. :Maine: She sailed
considered the surrounding country
two Women ;1 It contains other than I
husband yeas ago. genfrmfly. I IUtutlon.i Is well known throughout the
- the location, have last week from New Orleans and
and geographical
as was noted by yesterday's !i What i the situation. Dade couni State having held the position of Chief
i' and that to about what Miami will be at sea for over a week before
Times-Union, are bestirring therawlves how it East Coast seems to b< this say Justice of the Supreme Court and \Is

-i over the affair, and they Ute its 1, hack of those who, I'I needs to bring her to the front and I finally reaching her destination. After I recognized U an able lawyer.-Tall-
her at Portland the
make her the most Important city discharging cargo
the men and the press, are well divided curious I for their own interest I bulf'e Capitol
each having an opinion of her the world i greater profit! In tellingI south of Jacksonville. Some say Increase vessel will probably take a cargo to
the farming Inte'rnta-a real New York, and It possible will be chartered
own; and "convince a woman against wear in I thus allaying false rui
there for some Southern port. Maxim Gorky's real name Is PchkoB -
to do. Others advance
her will, etc. 1s likely to follow as avery In the i reports of the condition good thing
much mooted topic. The best : exist. their Ideas about deep water In the The officers and men on the Pensacola. Ills first work. a boy was asa
another good thing to do. Thereare all of whom are well known here, do shoemaker's apprentice; then h! became -
way to determine the true decision valueless ft: Co. are one of tin bay- I
u ': ': others who say other things- not much relish the Idea of going into an engraver, a painter of Ito,., _
? u to whether or DOt women should destroyed which these reports em yet
hang Is to let'the matter alone so 1 In the Frnltman's Quid' and they advance wholesome Ideas such a cold climate at this season of a cook's helper a river boatmac. a sawmill :

It to the real thing we the year but they do not anticipate hand and a longshoreman. He
long Ube courts carry out Just laws Bolivia j the statement that th When comes
In Portland,-Pensaco worked as a bakers boy for 11.10.
remaining long
it In this: Just give her time
which are founded on. right principle lish a i : is cut short fully flft. sum up rr
i need much of that la Journal month. His writings are depressing.1tt 4
*. a>"! It possibly'mo"*. and sis. I and she does not

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Have Moved From This Section During .
excavating and Pipe Laying ,

r TO SAVEVOMAN\ Finished. BURGLAR CAUGHT the Past Week. ,

Although the tomato crop were ,
f',,"'racwr Fred liuttcr hascouiplfied
.ully ilamagcJ and in some places almost
the esea'sting fur the lay
completely wiped out by the re-

ms! of the new water main "yetetnaround I oi.t fr.....,0, it will- be gratifying! to
;, ''THOUSANDS OF PETITIONS POURING and shout the ci'y ca fir know that there is now being shipped
1VTO GOVERNOR PENNY- i wily fiutu the territory.behloecn Cut-
the tomtnnsTh
north as Fourth street IS WANTED BY GEORGIA '
PACKER TO COMMUTEJTHE SENTENCE ""r and Fort l-audcnlale on fan aver- ,:,
.- laying of the mains !>"s born kept AUTHORITIES.
OF MRS. EDWARDS. ..;Lof sc.-ea hundred crates daily
,-, well!! up with the exrivatins; a iJ by .
I I ides qu.t a quantity ol pepper,
:be last of nm wevx:;; all pipe, excepttu -- '.
replants, beans and other vegeta-
the Ere hydrants ail'
hit. ... 4
811ealerJUg pil"'. w il l have jeon ,
Two mar. .r-IINHIJUI irrestlmailf we-e 'Ib.s I Htart-n.ftit wit. made Siturila>
Harnslian, Pa., F b. T.-tnuumeraWe put do'A-n.
lat 'iii.ht; "i' Pop-i' She ,11fGur 'iy ;ho uHicials: of ih-' l''I'r''dd cuu ai
petitions arc ponnns la on Jov- As Soon us possible tlif wa- .
liany' here, which is handling all ol'' You Kay Brive Home
asking commutation I.-r will! i I..- turned on in the new i ;
error Pennypacker a the >!-Hjeils::[ at present. List night! t ..
mains, first as far as Eleventh sn"t'', I One was the cnp'ui.Sf'Kd lisor. j / u.'at! >r> -t t ver/b.-lv i .i ;f hiht> to i! vn.
of :hc death sentence of Mrs. the iiiimiiy nceiied 1>.H) crates from 11. w "'. Wl i >t t ] xttavaaut SlAlc
whore there is a shuival.: : .<', n:. '. who robbed Brown Alioody'x t ?
Kate Edwards, who 4s to be hanged die li-'Rro ; points akin; the extension: south of I ? t.'vetthe; [' tvi"n: vv have !u4 ->-ilinS ; ;
Seventh :>'. "here there 1.1 i
next to :
-"next week for the murder ol her hus btore at Cutler two months'or Miami whtilj made: the shipment to-
another and from that the water will : c de giver Vehicles
;t' tans more ago and after bell'; captured: K'-thtr: wlih that from the Immediate : ;
circulated over the whole systemas bt
The Governor has sent out a circular bp ;, and while ou the way to Miami, -attacked tii-inlt!) of Miami :150!: crates. Others :
and Harness
Fourth This will nat-
far street
letter saying that he has no powerto as the guard, took from him his I yrtpicked! up between here and Fort

answer these requests.A uarlly make It several weeks yet before ; rifle, and made him return tjwarJsCutler. : Lnmlerilale, north which Increased warrants nin rrattiii; !,; it Ctror,. Triit experience proves that 1
the city has the new water service -. nothing! .-. tUfitso wtl :>s St'i'lffiakers. \\'edoo'tne-e.ltotc1l
petition bearing fifty thousand .- Since escaping Tison has been; (he total number of wakes from the :I I
have made
that t11..lIe h mxlv.Ylita -
though that to Eleventh you .uc -.1 ': uit your'purchase
names will be rr"" hvt:1e.Iti r..J anj stay SJtnn-d. That's the kind of 7
by the Woman's Christian Temperance i street will be in a short time. Ing that he was there Mr. Core ) i oil. customers we need in the buildup ot our lxiiine s. That's why we Y,

the The new 2,500,000 gallon pump for i I last and affected his I Ii '' handle the Stiti haltrr'r line.
department capture
Union press lip night The fruit is sari to be of ptcellpnt'
the station and which Is made Do you nee J nwnclhlno? Lei u*figure on II .ltb y- _
cf 'hlch-Is working to get concerted nE'Ceb-1 i Tison admits! his guilt and .vHI l he :, quality and in good shipping condition
action to save the woman's life. ; sary by the increased size anJ capacity I''gln.n a preliminary trial as noon as and with the Increased prices i ,1. 5- R') 'bift? & Co., 415 !2h! St., Miami, Fla. z,

of the street mains, has been shlp- t'4 w .-...n.. ..a.. *1. .,b. W ISIY ,_.M ...., W .- --. ...4 It' S't.r
-- the witnesses can be gotten into the on account of the scarcity of the vegetable .. ', ," ,., ....tI..y..5.... a....,sr.....__..ftti
from the factory la Dayton, O .
MACHEN AND GROFF SURRENDER; and pod is due to a-r;.e hero daily, when. city.The i I will, In a great measure, wipe ; __ _r.t..:'..::: .. _...._, ........".:": -...:..,.,._ =::t. .
-- I I .I other arrest is that of one Ed out any and all loss accruing from

Washington Feb 7.-August Machn -,,. its installation will be commenced at Gaines, also colored who is wanted In I Ii j the destruction of a good portion of

> and Diller B. Croff both under sen: once. 'i Butler Oa for murder, committed ten Ii I the crop which had It remained Intact :
Another matter that has been decided -
Peace of Imprisonment for two years : i years ago. After committing the;; and uninjured, world hare made Wilson&FIyeDISLL

',and a fine of 110,000 each, surrendered upon Ly the Hotel Company In I crime Gaines made his escape and I! the prices considerably lower than
connection with the water \\ors IntproVcmeiits -
themselves to the authorities today. sent to ('uba'here he has since been those prevailing now.
's that the futu.'aC r. I
Samuel A. Grog entered a' plea off ; employed. Three weeks ago he-came';' Messrs Brown and Wlllard who hada Ra IN

{. Illness through his counsel and asked I: far consumption and general use wit i to Miami and so closely dill ti'j tally !: fine crop below Cutler shipped sevnty -

*/Blay -execution.. This wng: overruled -:: be secured from the newt welln with his description! on fio: In 4the'' ,' crates )esterday. and will be busy : Staple Groceries Fruits

and the men will be taken to i driven last fall'near the golf grounds .herin"s offica that Mr. Gore placed | right along with shipments Sl:. Brown : '
for the of getting a better '
Mountville prison this afternoon. purpose : him under arrest lie denied that he I I went down to the farm yesterday and .
water than that now in use.
c Is the man wanted but the officers arc. found that the large tomato plant TOBACCOSAND

THE SCHOOL WON OUT. :, It will be reiuemberrd that samples I. positive that he la the party for whom j jI were only singed on the top and outer I i .
1 j of this water were ""ntio;th for
the Georgia authorities! are search-1 ]leaves and that they are growing fine- '
The Unite States Circuit Court of 1 analysis by Mr. A. Baur, chief engineer -I !
Ing. ly and will have thrown off every
has in charge of the work here. The Avenue D and 14th St. MIAMI FLA.
'. Appeals of New.Oroans recently
I I i trace of the freeze In a few days. :
'rendered a decision which means a o report on the analysts hu been received 1 FINE CATCHES OF FISH. Most of the crops are !In that same I .11aa-u-Lfsa .

great deal for the Gainesville graded i and while it shows that there good condition.Mr. .

and high school, enriching the la some lime lo It, It is far ahead o; ;
treaaj'1U'7 One of the successful fishing par S. A. Belabor says that he has
,to the extent of more more free of this substance than the. ties yesterday was composed of Mr. already received In cash over $100.00 ;

,. 'thousand dollars says the Gainesville: present water. : and Mrs. H. E. Harmon fnd daughters, from a four acre pine land crop at
Son. In other words the court at New On this report anl It being the belief F. I Pierce & Hardie
Mildred and Dorothy, and Messrs. his place near the city and that he has I
d.. Orlean.' has affirmed the decision I'i of the promoter of the system that a J. Paxon and Win.. Davis of Atlanta 175 crates yet to get returns from, I ,

of the United States Court for, better water cannot be secured other Mr. W. J. Lewis and niece. Miss Josephine many of these being shipped since the i
the Northern District of Florldt. at: wells will be driven in the same vicic-( H005E and
M. A. Selgel. of Brooklyn N. cold spell. He says that he Is not
Jacksonville which rendered in! Ity as the test wells, and a reiwrtolr *
was '.. and Mr. S. E. Bowersoclc. of Chi In the least discoursed, that he has I II SIGN PAINTERS
'1 favor of W. W. Hampton,.George W.I built there, and a twenty-four inch I' cago. made money In the vegetable business

Hyde and Jas. H. Vidal as trustees main laid from it to the pumping station : They went out on The Adeline, Captain .I I every year except in 199:;, the year I ;C
thus the new water li.to! Avenue C.CNorthlofRNational Bank
the sub-school district. bringing a
: Owen, to the fishing ground, returning when there were two freezes all over

The Judgment was against the,. service. early In the day with a nice the State. He admits that it requites !
and Guaranty Work on the teavtila! and the lay.
United States Fidelity lot of some six varieties including 14 some nerve to stick to the business, i
ing of the nsln will !" the contractor .
bondsmen for -
Company kingfish 4 red snappers, 2 large mutton but says that success Is certain to
early date and it is the Intention of the I
of !
; for the non-fulfillment con fish, 2 fine groupers, 1 runner and those who do IUC!..'

tract in the construction of the Gaines- company to have the new system complete 1 rockfish weighing 52 pound. This At HumhiiRRus: there are nome crops I I
Till graded and'high school building.I and In service by the early part We Want [ Grower
monster fellow was landed by Mr. which were not damaged at all, and i
j of the summer.A very
involved 14,115.20.being .
The amount was :
yo.; I Bowersock after a struggle which very few of them ruffered much. The I
i-;: the contract of ItP. I
a deficit in I caused him to believe that he was farmers have replanted where they :I
Williams &; Co., of Decatur Ga. The I i PLEASANT SURPRISE.The I [THErSTATE TO HAVE
playing a big shark. Upon arrival at lost and the chances are that there OURIBOOKS.
; '. I
the circuit! court
case was brought in i' the dock the day's catch was photographed i will b" more tier money made this
but motion of' Pastor of the First Methodist
of Alachua county, upon
by Chamberlain, the photographer year than in many otue' instance {I
t'' attorneys for the defendant, was transferred Church Receives Handsome Present I Flonda Vegetable"-A complete manual of Florida crop
I and the members of the party At the County Fair, ;o t:* nId March
United States Court forwhere Florida Orai-gea."-Of special interest to
the orange grower
to I will all have, to take home with them, 8 to II, there will be as Inc at exhibit
f District Florida, (Communicated.) Florida Strawberries. Booklet on Soil Varieties Cultivation
,! 'the Northern : ,. sad aFertillraUon.
the tangible evidence to prove the of fruits and I vegetables as ever I
t Jo and costs One of the interesting and de I ."
a verdict for the principal most i :
stories they will relate to their friends.On bqcfl seen and those who are now :
r, aggregating $3,130.28, was returned,i llghtful events that has occurred in Saturday Messrs. Harmon and! doubting the statements made as to Irish PoUtoes."-A Booklet on "Soil, Seed Planting and Cultivation; aged:

then made appeal to i Miami for a long time In church ciri of and ,
The defendant Lewis spent the day In small boatsup i the condition' of the crops will then Fertilizers Digging Shipping. ;

.the -United Etates Court at New Orleans ,i des, occurred on Saturday evening, the south fork of the Miami river I be convinced that the reports the day I Pineapple i"erUIlIInc.or special interest to pineapple grower

with the result stated. last February 4, at the Parsonage of' nd In the Everglades sJ'OrtlngIth after the cold were very greatly ex Ideal Fertilizer*."-Book showing all oar different brands, analyses, prteas.
The original contract, so the board the First M. E. Church, 233 Eleventh etc.
backwtth ,
the black bias, bringing aggerated. a
of trustees state, was 15.813 50. The j street I Ii them some tifty to sixty of these find ; New and Revised Editions of the above just published,a..'! free for the asktn.
deficit was the money advanced by Early that evening the pastor. Icev. THE FASCINATION OF DANGER.
the building. Herman G. Porter was the recipientof game fish, which were displayed during \ WILSON & : 4 4JACKONVILLE
the trustees to i the evening oa the rotunda of iho I TOOMBR\ FERTILIZER COMPANY

e This suit was brought September an informal and cordial visit from a Biscayne Hotel for the inspection and \ The risk involved in automobile racing ,

24. 1901 and has since been pending.I I few of the prominent ladles and gentlemen admiration of the guests. I is one of the n-asoni tor Its greatpopularity Fl a.

W. W. Hampton of this city and D. U.I of the congregation, whom it much interested amour venturesome men.
Mr. Haraoa is getting very
Fletcher' of Jacksonville, represented I' afterwards proved, had delegated a iu a'IK' n and will frequently I Were there no danger to the occupants i Chase 5s Harney, Agents

z 'the plaintiff. I 1 committee to carry out the desire and of the cars !the-'ti would l he little sportIn adlaxnt. F'la.
bruij la hunt ocean and rivet
of I the OrUl'C.: Kiuirs to hounds, UK OWN" & "
wlbhea of the entire membership I eX A'MOODY STOCKTON & BKADFOKD
rIng of va-t..'.. kin-it a irt sizes. His
A DEFENSE FOR THE MILITIA. the church and thereby testify to their I Lf u expedlM r. will bto the Everftt'.s eleepleehaaingfootball and many other Cutler Little River.

deep appreciation of the pastor's untir-I I outdoor sport can not be pursued I f
It' -
; on : < ;ay
.{ The Florida Sun goes on record as i| lug zeal and earnest successful effortsin I without danger, but this does not act I

defending the militia, and a election : behalf of this church.durin<< the. PROUT RECOVERS PROPERTY. Iin any way a* n !I"'e rent lo tt-.J3 it.

from one of Its good editorials is this: abort period which has elapsed since crested I.' them r-e-.it as 'i the satisfaction F 1 orida LandWe :

"' When the lives of the citizens of, his Installation.Mrs. The mandamus held by W. \V. Prout Ml 1 by the winr.iu:,; contestants

1 Jacksonville were thought to be In' Edwin Nelson In a few appro- against several cottages built by him'I over their success in the Acid, the have some rare bar ai s in improvedand

danger from a negro mob which gathered priate remarks, and for the members on the bay front for Mrs. McBride, of desire for pre eminence Is not the only unimproved properties and invite

about the county Jail to protect of the congregation, presented to Dr. Cleveland 0., has been dissolved, Mr. cause that leads men to ung.iKO in dan

u. .a negro. prisoner from another mob Porter a beautiful gold watch, suitably McBride redeeming to Mr. Iout-valu' ..I gerous pastimes. The spirit of adventure -; correspondence from those interested in

-c that rumor tcld them :was about to be I engraved with monogram date of presentation l able realty held by him for a'ivancel I the love of excitement for Its own' .-I.: .. securing homes, groves or business interests

formed to' avenge' the killing'of a I etc.,also a handsome chain. made to Mr. Prout. i sake, the Instinctive rebellion of many I I have been in business here ever

0'<, ....".."..... man tnr-, the-- -neero--.- who was confined Dr. Porter was completely taken by This suit has been on for four )'earsl I minds againbt the humdrum commonplace 1 !

-r;-I In jail a hurrr call was bent for' surprise and pleasure; but he quickly I or more-, during which Mr. Prout prov-( existence of most of us moderns! sincetiami's: birth, and am in a positionto

1 the militia, which was responded to'with recovered his composure, and eIP"ss-1 ed moneys expended, and showing that, operate to make danger and risk a: give home-seekers and investors the '

.", zeal and alacrity. ed in most grateful words his the oiginal differences that existed all I tractive.-New York Sun. i
benefit of knowledge as to \\ hat to buy
iJ There was not'a citizen of Jackson;|I and hearty thanks and appreciation. i I Ij the time of the dispute, were all thatcoul.l my

''* "m who did not sleep more soundly, Dr. Porter was formerly pastor of!I be maintained. In the settlement -' Johann loch charged with wife .

,riLthat(night because the military stood I j I j the leading Methodist Church at MUn'j'j' Mr. Prout allowed Mrs. McBride! abandonment and on trial in :Of''II'; E. A. WADDELL

: between them and that mob of armed I Iit I cie, Ind.. for three yes, prior j f'OO.oo I Interest and took back the: York. Is reported as not alarmed ever ,

-negroes, who"were secreted In the dark j I i i call to Miami and has"only been pas': property which is now \'Cry'auabll!* thouch police and detectives are .work Kcal Estate: Broker of AH Kinds. Miami.'FIa: )

.. fence corners near the Jail, where i I tor of the First M. E. Church in this! and which places him !in possession of i j lug; on a clue which will ;>robabh!

Frank Burrows's murderer was con t i i city since the first of October, 1 last I Ii ; large realty holdings in the vicinity! brine i: to light that he is the iuurdert i Miami Bottling Works
--.0' twelve of the twenty-four wives hIs ,
," fined.Thee. I I The beautiful testimonial from the I II of Proutvllle, which increases his propjerty : of

':' was not a tingle man in ranks'I Ir i i members of his congrea,!nn. after so I II valuation at least $20,000.:! j i alleged to havu married during hi"WAIL & DICKINSON.! Props. '

who was not ready to give his life to I i short a pastorate spoil. volrrr.es.'! brief carl'er on this mundane sphereMany

protect others from possible danger. :f! and Is a well deserved tribute to one 'i PROPOSED GAS PLANT. a ISth Strict S>ar-K. It., Miami, Fla
j inventions End impnnrmeatthave !!
When the great fire of 1901 exposedthe I;, of our most popular ministers.j '
been n' 11 conectlon with water .j
property of the citizensof Jacksonville I I II Mr. W. W. Prout. one of the pro- !; .' :Maiiufariurrr* of iV / J
sys 'Us. but "!:'.!n tfc-v invenloni
to the attacks of Idle men rendered j 1I CHARGES -REITERATED.j i rooters of an illuminating and gas .
1 1I .
"titer from bursting: tb.plp"1
I that w
p; desperate by the thought of their : heating plant in this city, stated this I I iold 'alb"r..e shall beg ic ; All Kinds of '

losses and the fear of hunger- j Washington Feb. fi.-\Vheu the:: morning that Just as soon as the city Aivertlner. !
subscribe at -.ice.
l r.t "When the very extent of the calamity Bwarne Impeichc.ent case came up!I: council shall have granted a franchise!!;I There are two remedies: already 1I Soft Drinks 9i -J

"v by multiplying the places to be!| today Mr. Palmer tPO nrsylvanla) representing !I that the promoters stand ready to begin i I 1 available. One Is a red hoi t I II

,Imo Ii; protected rendered the police force{ the Republican House managers -'.! operations on the plant stove the other Is. come to Miami. i Prompt Attention to All Orders. Out-of-Tnwn .OrdersDYSPEPSIA Solicited,

wholly Inadequate to cover the ground( appeared to answer for the i J The plant will probably be acety- I i ;

r'and afford proper protection, the mil-; Judge. The repllcaMoc reiterates and ;i lene, and It is the purpose of the promoters .

Ii ,ills was again called on for help. says: "Judge Swaynq Is guilty of high!| to make It thorough sod up-to-i:ir AJ CUREDIGESTS

,d, They again responded cheerfully climes and the imsdemeanois mentioned -| date In every maner. The city will ?

't and gave their time and labor to the j in said article! ard that the;; be piped and the gas furnished for i. r WI WHAT YOU EAT '

itlzens. I| House of Representative is ready to S lighting and heating purposes. The Tfc.J I.C 3 bcr.Acrta.t'a< 2H tn..|H.trial MK.riEABEO "..u MJaao....

Again was the time of need at hand,.i\ prove the time.: Tho replication wag works will probably be located outsIdeof OH IT AT Tug UBOUTbsTT: Of .k

d again did the citizens rest easy'I l adopted.. Authority '*as also given to the city limits In order to eliminateall ? E. C. DVXTT & COMPANY CHICAGO. a.z.r .

In heir beds while the soldier boys''I{ file with the secretary- of the Senate danger that mtgtt arise from explosions -

-n'k/epfr watch. | any subsequent plra.UJ>gs. .' etc r Ask, for the 1905. Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar


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F t:1Q Y JCS43'J.I 'Js'36''Jir hc' S2>G! The fon"u iti- tars !ia\f l>C"n made .I lii :\-
i .r.! M( .Ml 't"r.li.'ck! real estate ., ;; vi rats yf lectures under the ausUf l so: at the !H.o\ .it Pa''11. Imr.iat", 1 ,

t TOWN TOPICS. agency dating the past week; G lot : [. or 'h Woman's Club of thatmy I) upon their arrl.al here 'th.. STtlo11 -

1" iSk1E51Ti S:\bCtZ61EC. (13i'3Ce i u:, .lohnsoi a'hil-ion to (-rar T. : While h.'r" attending the annual I .en wire so ninth linpp ,<<.,: a'h the Architect and BuilderI
! 'There will be A UKtULi of the Fra <1 < 'oil kllu. lot. in same addition to I nuetiiiK of I ill" Federation of Wo- bt-auiiful lnia'<'' OD.\l apparent bright ,

: akin of America oc :'Ilon.:1\! Mrs: :M>'en: houses and 1 lots cornerof l"aD'* fluhs two seeks ag), Mrs. i future of Miami that they at nee sot !
t -mi j I now :iav<: :n inv \\111'1"\i one of the bet .. ,
Avenue C and Eleventh htreet loMr 'I'H-uh-T! and Mr' [Lawrence Haines atiuul bu>'ln:,: up real! testate end will,1'
the Tllendorfl
.ipht. February;. It draftsman in the South) :and am I better:
'I > Palm of Kwrixillo. attend tf Mrs.Ewing at an tailr bate 11I',1n h-ul.llns opera
; boon, at i:3O.-All: members are re ., Wilbur \Ve it of West I one j>n.'j>.ir<.il than e\er t..r tur'n-lnnjj Dual

: '...' s fE'd to be present Bo-uh: and 1 12: lots to M-. S. P. : s Icituri t .s and wore so aurh 1mprvsstd tior.a. The |artj will ka\e tomorrow and detail tor jj'**! barthug.:: ; tine cabinet '

4 Reilly.! op Kletrnih street west ofHalcyon I with the t)(.nePt: to be derhedl t for a trip to Havana and Kty West work, etc. I am now luadqunrteo }

''r'' Mr. Arthur Flint, of PitUburg fi-h- i lull Hotel, the whole totaling l housekeepers from the same that and returning here will Journey lelsiirflr for turned work. M.n.11! :awing and all

the fishing $.,500 in \aue. upon their return home they set about tip the coast stopping at the work .uallt: .' dune: in a FIRST CLASS ,
the Jupiter on .
I>'; Irom planing mIll.
rewarded with i i making arrangements; for Mr*. Ewing various resorts and rinrhlti' home \
I mounds yesterday was it
_t .
the unusual large catch of 41 ....11)) l '. please; 'r yachts Yuma with MrP to lix-tiire there with the above result about the middle of Mann.M Send me your order for doors and window a

*>h and 5 grouper. All of' the. iiihw : irih:Lgton arid part alxw-J.; Mrs E..ingIom.be. the guests of Mrs.
ballusters g
with rod and reel. 'fi' J uinit't: with )Ir. JuUus trices: Fletcher wli'lo In Jacksonville. bracket., etc
<-re landed nodtlasl'r : U. Kellum took the
atIricwis: Is.iax Walton, Mr. and and be convinced MIAMI. FLA
.place, of :Mr R. B. S-'egar., scheduled
G. :Muirhi', tha noted MrV U. il.ivcnhall. and Ant JU, with Contractor Pro I Rutter. ,who has I
t Mr.' Edgar to participate in the human fishing! -
',c pigeon: shot and pml..inetit New York. Mr. H liuliiian. owner and family I charge!; of the Uujirfements and preparations act against Percy Taxill in the Royal ooooooooociooooooocxxaxxxxxxxcxxxxxxxxxxKentucky ooooor ,

!t e-r. Is'in the city and has entered for abu.ird. returned Sunday afternoon I of the Miami' Gun Club I'alm c.\smu Tuesday! and! lost the :' ,
the Seminole Club cup shoot, which from Palm Beach where they attttidel grounds!: has practically finished the i I
same In two and one half minutes. According -
takes next Saturday at the gun the motorboat exents last week.il same, and the first pigeon shoot of i
place to the terms of the match Kel I
: of the patties sneak in the highest: the season Is bean; planned for Saturday Timothy
4!_. club grounds.Mr. .
; I him was to land Ca\"llIln ten minutes
terms of the races and state thai they of this week, though there Is a '
Ib'n,1 the same as he would a fish except
3 Y. D. Bishop, of New had a most pleasant and enjnja'jle' possibility of it being postponed until j 5Elay
that the hook was fastened In a sort
Conn. spent a few days here looking visit a date next week. Prizes of much
of halter fitted around Cavill's head,
into the opportunities for going into \'alue1111I be offered in each ejrent,:
and he (Kellum) being in a boat
the botel business and was to favorably i As an Instance of how qnlUy wood and a number of the best shots In
tied at one end of the pool while the
r impressed that be will return. ran be concerted into paper it is re- America are expected down from Palm'
swimmer, or fish jumped overboardat
Ke operates a hotel in his bome'city, lated that at Essenthal. Germany recently Beach and other points on the East. .

.- also one at one of the nearby summer three trees were cut down at Coast to compete. The program will ; the the above other stated end,time but after Cavill tugging broke the for The very best hay that grows.. This hay

rt line and won the match. Immediately purchashed ten carload lots and is
and pulped and at 9:43: the first roll completed. !
Under the auspices of the Baptist'. of paper was ready. An automobile afterwards Captain Charles Ball challenged raised on one farm thereby you get one

Church of Uuoon City the Choral Society carried it to the press room of the Chief sanitary Inspector Nielson Cavlll for a match for $100 a quality the best. We will ship in
entertainment I side, the contest to take place: on a any

of that place wm give an
nearest daily paper and at 10 o'clock stated last week that the city Is
consisting of choruses. so- date yet to be named and to be of quantity; our price is as low as the lowest'l
i the paper was for sale on the streets. now in as good a sanitary condition
I minutes Instead of ten In dura
;k toe, duets and male quartett renditions From the growing tree to the printed as ever in Its history There are some! twenty
ia the Uon. The challenge was accepted, 33.: \7V7 Carl RAVE3JSr
st; on the evening of the 17th j
.aper in two hours and twenty-five persons who hare no personal prideor ?
chwch. The entertainment U for the minutes. This would make ouVgrand- Interest In keeping their premises the swimmer however specifying that Or.beds Bros.. Miami r... i|
will be the harness shall be fitted around his
of the church fund,
benefit I fathers dlxzy. I clean and presentable, and these Mr.
followed by an ice cream and cake Nellson is bringing before the mayoron : shoulders instead of the head. This We karegood mauorehtraflstt and MA flal orders at a moments fold ; ?

was agreed to by Captain Ball, and asI
sale. Mr. and Mrs. 8. A .Gerrard. of Cio a charge of violating the sanitary I ocococoococoooococoocoooocooc
the two are old rivals at the game a ,
I| cinniti, are among tb>> many i.r>..ii.ln ordinance of the city. Eight defend. I I -
Messrs. Gibbons Bro,broke the record I I great contest Is assured when they
'F} 'r.t people at the l';::tel Blucaym. ants were fined for this offense yesterday -

: for black base fishing Friday r I Mr. Gerraid is the head of the firm of and others will be arraigned!! whenever .I meet
I I WHALEREveryone
Vy capturing 42 fine specimens atSnake 1'S. A. Gerrard Co. the well nown their picmUes are found In an -

r creek, where. they went with j I fruit and produce commission merchants unsanitary and filthy! condition. This J: H. P. BRA/NN1NG/
the Clara. The '
i1; Commodore Hughes on who handle the Cincinnati account should be warning to the people

catch: was made with rod and reel The !I for the Indian River Pineapple that If .they wont voluntarily they Mom and ConawltrProa

rrntlcmen were also successful In bag-I I Growers' Association, anj have bun. will be made to do. *! AttestiM to bfcctlou.Me fft'rtKe : who
jnngseven coot. and eight ducks. Today i dreds of slilcn.i.i 'ustomcif throughout Coat Slate(oVwd buys a

they are fishing! ( at the same place this Mr. and Mrs. ( untlti '
county. The first whlprey! of the season wan West Palm lleach Florida
: rind will endeavor to break their? bass | have been p.!nriln4 soite time in Ha- brought in Tuesday by Captain Chas. Diamond of us feels

a record of )yesterday.A i i \ana, and will alter a few days here Thompson, of the Barracuda, in fact i

i I go 'on by easy stages up the coast he la about the only one that ever that he or she has"secured a good-
party of young ladles of this city ; C A
stopping at Palm Beach Cocoa. Or. did brine in men monsters. This one, | Dupont'st
flub\ I bargain. lie ;tend that
are said to.Lave farght so many everyone ";
mond, St Augustine and other points like all the others was captured while ,
i a few days ago that the boat was in ; shall feel that Every
; way.
fishing at sea yesterday with Senator t
danger of sinking, and that part of 1 Feed
,; The Enterprise, .the swift little Camden and party, of West Virginia, .Livery, gem we sell must be right inguali- r
.g their catch. had to be thrown.. ('r.
pleasure yacht ownvj Dy Mr. J. E. aboard. The fish, which is of the ty color, cut and price. 11 e hare

e lo board safety to, enable Gentlemen them friends to reach 1lYenot bore I Ingraham, of the f', E. C. Ry.. commanded stingaree family, was brought back to land[ Sale Stables some nice ones to show you : : : : :

I by E. A. Graham and making the hotel dock anj strung up where it tor
of the ladies -
denied the statement young
:, Miami her headquarters, captured the was left until this morning, hundreds i Hastings, Fla,
but recite to them I
r I 1 Poraiiiery cup for the race between \lewing the curiosity and many get
arising from going to sea In a leaky
glass cabin launches at Palm Beach ting kodak pictures of it It weighed II

+ toot I> last Friday over four or five competitors 411 ixiunds.and was equally as large Can the supply east coast anyone with on I I The Jeweler -

: lames Morton, the white tI'an11..) in 12::30. %.5 corrected time. The as the several brought In by. Capt.Thbmpson Mules horses, liar- .

wi captured at Palm !1Pac h a few ; IsaakValuui, also of this port, and !last season. nnn and singlr or ilou- I .

y after he had' been detected i owned by Mr. Pete Ravenball, was ble Hin-'Klf* and Wa/e'/ -
days ago
to the set t.J pricking a visitor') pocket second, in 1353.: This with the auxiliary Among the prominent arrivals In I on, at reasuusbie price 1 X0000000000 9 0 r00i00 0

( .ra Data.; iivntslnin?: $5L.(('>. ..-asClSIOtqtb' race captured by the Yuma, .Miami are :Messrs A. )L Kretz. an ___ 0

Friilu Ph.- I Won hingtoii's crack pleasure yacht extensile real estate operator, and +
rr n) lh ells liy rvff -

Froh: 'c.:: acd couflt-nd! in 'h! county makes three winnings to the credit Joseph Uoedcr and Hiram Helmlnger, I Write him at the anon address THE RACKET TORE

I of Miami crafts during the Palm Beach _
Jaa be bar.,.t been retwn-lf I by thinrtice <> i I-- '

M 1 a' West Palm Beach In default ric.iu : UCME: I i iI iI I 0r'I

ro of fl.OO't to await trial In th! circuit! '! Among he distinguished visit .run 1 I I IS '1'111(,: PL.\( : I 3

'ri)'" cc rt.Mr. i Miami! Sunday was Sir William (JreyVI.H -I .

\ .m. i; and Mrs. J. n. F. Han-ell, of
: I hamas, who, accompanied by Mr. and I
"i>lbouD. Oa. armed last Tut"* lay to
t' I Mrs Anbur F. Hadd(>n. came over I
J spend the remainder of the season 't 4enty.,
from Nassau' tin the steameshlp tke s i
with the family of Mr. J. F. Uurteshaw, tL I
: Miami The party are guests of the I
t a. brother of Mrs. Harrell, at Larkin
Royal Palm, and in honor of their !J
Mr. and Mrs. Harrell are among the Y 3 oI
presence, the hotel and dock tave the h I It
best and most prominent families of t
Hritlt Jacks flying from their mast-
q live and
tee good country where they
ct welcome them as : poles Yesterday afternoon the distinguished FOR RENT-lO furnished boulelr 4 to 10 rooms at $COO to $I26 Met
It Is a pleasure Sky
visitors and It would be doubly BO as visitors were taken for a for the Tourist Season. 20 fumlshed rooms at $5 I> to $10 per week. e Fine line of New Embroideries 5, 7, 'l Oc a yd.

tr permanent .ettlcr*. ride on the bay on the launch Hoosier, FOR 8A.LE-A variety of city residences at from $GOO to 4000. Vacant

I and in tie evening were entertained at lots $lIiO to $500. A well Improved farm of 170 acres near Miami; at

: the hotel. The party will remain here first-class all round will divide for settlement of U
properties. This a
p Chief Clerk McAuliff of the Royal up I '

,; Palm Hotel stated Tuesday that I, several days yet when they will go to families together. We have orange and grapefruit groves, all kinds of Improved I: The Racket Store ; 7
Beach the of Mr. and
the house Is now practically fl'.led with Palm as guests and unimproved land suitable for fruits, trucking and farming. All t
j I Mrs. H. M. an indefinite
,ray\)ests though there Is still some accommodations Flagltr mi of these at the owners' lowest terms. General conditions govern prices.C '
visit 0 11\XII.EK OF K\: EUYTIUXOKVEKYrillM. ,
_ left Last season the : MU.I CllRlTKK 1
house was not full until the middle ort At aBoenibly. : of the public and high

later in the month which fart conv I M'liix>! last Monday Prof. Hall, themincinal I Successors to C. C Carroll. Off.ce 214 Avenue D, North, near Third St 1211 Avc. II W. H. Chaille & Son, Prop.

,- .,..red with_._ the condition__u__ now Is convincing : made the announcement of
ra evidence of the greatness oft:j ii-: number of IliT"' who stood the ee e.ceo T

the present season over that of last I, ""..'/U'hJlllons at the r\cn of the fuel I ooooooooooooooooooooooocx

Ie r.. end passed tJ a higher grade. :
and preceding years.
*i < xamlrsto; ol the papers show : Contractors and Property OwnersIf BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTOR

An Indian bears the reputation for that out of 4S2 taking 'he ewtnlnatloa : ,
i Kfcproalh: adapted for
,battln in. or trying to get the best of I 349 passed successfully and were pro you don't want to SAVE MONEY I

everything aDd everybody. This was moved this morning: to a higher giade we can't help you If you do co-te to I Auxiliary Power

demonstrated Thursday night when The report cf the prlnc'prJ alto snows

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of that there total enrollment during .
ri a number of bucks, the majority was a The J. A McDonald Co.AND I il

them in their short kilts, barelegged the term of :-Q>1'pu lU. and that i iI

i' and gaily bedecked with. feather and during the per'o! there were eighteen nt'YOUR I ii

r tassels attended the Orton circus. scholars who were nut absent or tardya i Uses a very ,

Y" They had no Idea of being beaten out I single day. .The enrollment last Long Leaf Yellow Pine : / smallPropeller) ,.,

4 of a seat and It seemed to be a race monday was the same as 'that of last i '

with them to see which could ret Into !' ...eek-4 %; which shows a decrease. Framing at $16 per M. and }
I, The biggest bunch of white people and This however ls due to niany leaving t can be placed jj

a scat first. An Indian has but very 1. the city for the country and others .J Boards same price. We alp sell Lime Brick [4 kinds]. undercockpit "

little for a colored person, and I dropping out of scho lo go to work. ,, .
use 1 Cement Sash Doors M. uldings, though there was rl"ty of room on r _
builder lowest ible .
requires at ; figure.
the side of the house allotted to them' After concluding her demonstrated

the Red men bad no Idea of sitting''''I cooking; lectures here a week or tea

there and Joined in the push with his I' days hence Mrs. Emma P.-Ewing the Street -
You Know Where We Are = 14th Miami Fla.ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
brother la white. I authority on culinary art. will go to Geo. R. Wallace : West Palm Beach, Florida "j




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Value of Your House. .. 0 ,P P4o

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.scm c c c.rxa a cal I .. 3
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+ :Mr and :Mrs. Glas&tiain of New 1
s v York were reglsUrfd. at the Hlnsou i K-rxmal lltc-ntmn
House yes er.1..y. I Depositary State of Florid-I

Use Bradleys fertilizers for'all crops !i One of the largest; cntc.es of kingfish I I !Shop liners or sneak thieves arc at 3

4 e by a nl,>is'jrc party this sea so.: work in Ibis city, and during the hoursof
J. E. Lammus, Agent ,
a was that mate from the J'ho Dass,?"l lit!=iiii'-- I List TtI"+lay! afternoon a I -
The; ladies' bazaar held Wednesday I Saturday, hnd In which Mfsrs. FreJ! camera valued at $10.00 was stolen

,and Thursday at the Presbyterian, Little and 11. A. Wtirboy, of Vtw from th<> book store of Julius Smithon

Manse was quite s.uccessful. netting succeeded In landing Cl YOrl'j Twelfth! street There is co clue {

,,upwards of $100. I' erasing 15 pounds in weigh. :I,i to the I Identity of the thief or thieves. I
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'11 For watch repairing try Maynard, I' Aetna dynamite and supplies for 1 For Sale.-The- famous Toquet gas I I: F.irstNat0HankMiannFloricla I

on Arenue D. Work accurate, prices I IreuonatIe. ale by Lummns t SewelL -I oline marine motors. -The best in the
I world for !launches amt for auxiliary ;

CountOkrk E C Dearborn lewt : use In sailing craft. Drop a postal 1

i Mr. H. T. Ferris received his appointment Saturday for Washington where be gut:I i II card to C. )-'. Norton Cocoa.A. I -

Saturday, and Is now acting to appear before the United States I

as Inspector of customs In place of Senate as a witness In the impeach, A. Torres, proprietor of the Cot-:

.Mr. W. W. Harris, resigned. ment trial cf Federal Judge Charles tage-by-the-Sea and manufacturer of --.
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W. Swayne. of the northern districtof cigars In Key West, stopped over a ", I

.l .: Money to loan on improved property. Florida.If day or two here on his way to Savannah I'I
G. S. Amsden Cocoanut Grove or M. Ga. to close up a big cigar OFFICERS: : : DIRECTORS:

D. Price, }llaml.tl yon want to Improve your proper deal. Mr. Torres is making fine goods I / t

$" ty. and need to borrow money for the and rapidly getting up a big trade on

I Dr. and Mrs. J. J). Filllnger and purpose try Geo. 0 Cnrrie, Attorney- them. E. M. Brelsford President I .
it Misses Susie and Effle Brosn. at at-law. West Palm Beach. sa ,
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j;;, Eoan at the Hiisun Mr. E. T. Ewing Miller, of Columbus --

HOOK for are stalL Mr. J. D. DuBols, of Wheeling W. 0., acompanled by his son and Edwin A. Waddell Vice-Pres. t i
tJ Ii HON. WM. H. GRAHAM. PrttaOMrg, Pa
Va. a regular visitor to Miami and his wife, are among the prominent
It- For Sale.-Near Miami; five acrtc; guest of March Villa for the past four I guests at the Biscayne where they will President Mertairtlto Trwt C:.. F

,jno: grapefruit trees; 6,000 pineapple years, baa returned again and taken remain Indefinitely. Mr. Miller is one I William A. Spitzer, Vice-Pres. G. C. FRIttCLL Miami, Fla.

P. a Box 623. Miami. Fla. up,his abode at this popular and bonelike of the leading capitalists and businessmen i

< resort for the balance of the win of Columbus and has been on a : Edward C. Romfh CashierL M. BKCLSFORD,PrMMenl
For Sal v-Montgomery Ward ft: ,
ter. tour of Cuba. t ____ _,_ J. E. LUMMUS Merchant. a
Co's. Body-weight Drill and Cultivator
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complete. Never been used. Wanted. 10 In each Slate to W. M.
men Miss Daisy Carpenter, by request of I BUROINE. MerchantM.
Price $7.00. Address postofCce box travel tack signs and distribute samples Mrs. Ellhn Root will recite at the
15.: Cutler FIaFarmers i K. a LlBURV, Flttatarg. Pa. IrY
fe. and circulars of our goods. Salary meeting of the Fortnight Club to be
President Midland Coal R
$75.00 pr month. $3.00 per day held at the Royal Poinclana at Palm I Uniform Courtesy to Company.

wishing to borrow money for expenses. Kuhlman Co.. Dept S, Beach on the evening or the 24th. The ; every patron be he the W. H. SPITZER, VfcePresldeAt.C. .
i address Co.
should ,Realty Mortgage
: Atlas building. Chicago.At subjects have not yet been chosen
Palm Fla. I I I : modest for .
West Beach but they will probably consUt 01 two saver ahome C. CHILLINGWORTH. Attorney

the meeting of the Housekeepers'Club intoning and one comic recitation. or the controller of vast
The Pasconian Club will not bold a E. A. WADDELL Jee-PresMent.{
In Cocoanut Grove on February I ( i
t regular meeting until February 15; business interest . Real Estate.A. .
3. it was decided to issue invitations Dr. J. M. Jackson Jr.. and Mr. L. C. I
week's meeting being 'postponed on I '
to the next dancing party, which will Other have both received handsome I P. ANTHONY Anthony Bros.M. .
account' of the Conservatory Concert I' I I
be given during February's fuil moon new Ford knockabout automobiles. I II
lobe, given on the Kth' in w}';O toI'f''al' .'- SHANAHAN Grand Rapids Mich
of which due notice will be given, &IIi These machines are considered among I

11( Pasconlans participate. to time. the best of makes and besides being ; We Cash Travelers I Letters of Credit 1 Treas. Bltaeir Carpet Sweeper C*, ai

If you want fertUUera.. consult: J. E.'Lnmtnta strong durable and speedy are among L i I EDWARD C. ROMFH. Cashier.
Wanted.-18 or 20 foot dory-sail I !
the most attractive motor cars on the ,
agent for the old reliable
Bradleys coodL' preferred. Apply R. M. Monroe, Cocoanut market. and augment greatly Miami's __ ____ _I, __. ____

Grove.A already large number of handsome vehicles

The Revenue cutter Forward Captain of this kind. We 3 cent ron
three room shanty occupied by pay per
Broadbent, returned to port this
colored people at the corner of Flag-
morning from a short cruise as far as D Is said to The Rev. M. Howell Taylor and his .
ler Avenue and Avenue savings accounts
I daughter, Miss E. M. Taylor, came
Key West where the officers and a have been totally destroyed by fire ;,
from Miami last evening where
received their January to up
; crew pay about 7:30 o'clock last night No
they have been spending a few weeks
'the feat alarm was sounded as the fire,was far i Solicits Account of'
) and are at the Hotel Magnolia for a
beyond the reach of assistance. .'a
WrlUIIC tablets and stationery for few days before returning to their I

ttt tale at J. B. Screven'i drug store. Biscayne cod. the newest delicacy.at home in Richmond. Mr. Taylor will Firms and Individuals.I Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent r

be remembered by many as the former .
Miss Louise Carpenter baa Just returned Wilson A: Flye1 185 pastor of the Presbyterian Church .........oea..a..

from the Ludlam Art SchoolIn here.-St. Augustine Record. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Dan riardie are rejoicing '1f
", Philadelphia and will at cnce resume in the arrival at their home ......................................................................... ....
s her classes In drawing and paint. "The illuminated canoe parade Sat iIf I
early last evening of a little lady who : s : '
urday night o.t the Boulevard front .
Made will make her future home with them. .
wan airacthc! ium prt-tfv Tt.ere
This is why the popular chief was not i
Ik w.a: l at the meeting of the firemen last
Try the latest thing In dried flan.Blacayne procession, all brightly lights with
2 and the session was post
night why
R cod. at Wilson *: Tlye'a 1S5R. Japanese! laiiii-nn an 1 other ligV! Ii
poned until a future date.
t which mine ,I*:" siNiCt.iep; uecl sadly
._E. Rodde private secretary to f I
Bradley fertilizer are the best taking an 1 int r->tir.K r-.tih to the participants VALENTINES
Tint Apostle" Dowle son of thenf" .
Zionist leader, came down last night For sale by J. E.: Lammua, Miami. and Hi"MS rho Unef.fiM: I It
from tie l.orn! col I h.el vel'lluIL"1.s.
from St Augustine where Mr. Dowle
H, M. King the popular undertaker, t
.- has been visiting the past few days ,
Is one of the happiest men In the city In the motorboat races at Palm We're for St. Valentine 1
R and Is registered at the Blscayne. ready .
today, and all on account of the army Beach Thursday the speedy racing t

i al of a pretty little lady, who came craft Challenger, owned ey tlr. W.
The Dally Metropolis girt Its readers .t\
last night to brighten and cheer his Gould Brokaw and. driven by Mr. A. :
real lire local and telegraphic
,.,' more home In the future, and to keep com- D. Proctor Smith broke the world's
news than any paper-In the world In
a. pany with a little brother who will record for one killmeter by doing the
a sty as small as Miami. And all for -T. :0I
'?f always be several years her senior. distance in one minute and 29 seconds,
..thi small sum of ten cents a week.
clipping nine seconds from the previous
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For Sale/-Thoroughbred White Leghorn record. In the auxiliary race
Mr.T;N. Uantier and family will occupy -
their new residence corner Ave- I cockerels, nine months oU, $1.50. the Yuma, owned by Mr. Ralph Worth- with a great collection of about everything used .

Eggs for hatching, $1 per dozen. Troop Ington. of Cleveland, and built here f '
1 nue C and Tenth street Inside the in the way (, pictorial effects, except the gross '
next week'or: ten days. This II easily Poultry Farm Enterprise Fla. ,by the Miami Boat Works, won over .

P ip' -'one of the prettiest and most comma three competitors, doing four miles In and vulg-ar. There are valentines of celluloid

Several motor cars en route to Havana a fraction over 24 minutes. The races
homes In the city. and satin
..dious beautifully band-painted; thee are
where they will be entered In at Palm Beach are proving quite successful .,I

fir" t Complete llae of Watches: and dock the endurance racH to be run th re, and are very largely attended. valentines of crepe paper in all the georgeolls

lai Maynard'! Optical and Jewelry came in Friday on flat cars and will coloration of the rainbow. Grotesquely comic Y

'St n. Arcane D. be loaded aboad the steamer Martin A MATTER

y ique tonight and taken over In the subjects sentimental subjects and subjects that

\ { Judge S. J. Hanna of Colorado morning. These cars are not of the will book in the
ISO house.
I Springs and a member of the ChrIs- record speed breaking kind but are grace any : : : : '

:% tian Science Board of Lecturers of Intended for touring and endurance

k the First Cbuurch of Christ Scientists, racing. They are all strong substantial
machines and each Is accompaniedby x'a
win deliver a lecture at the Congregational -

Church, Cocoanut Grove, Its chauffeur and owner..

next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
;F- LAUNCH FOR SALE. '" Burdine & Quarterman

;;, The Flagler party, *l-5eh left here Strongly toot good speed In thor- -

.;1 last Tuesday on tho tteauor Biscayne ough repair. Length 27 feet, beam 6 r d .

OB a tow of Inspection of the survey 1.% feet New Lozier 7 1-% h. p. engine

work BOW betas persned In the keys, with two complete seta of parts.

:t returned Saturday afternoon, at '4 Including shafts, wheels, pumps, reversing "AEIPOWDER G ,

r' o'clock and a few hours Later left forjn gears etc.: also a new lighter
) feet broad-will I ,. to.:
Palm Beach and points beyond. While forty feet long twelve -
;- well about crates tomatoes-with anchor u' --
,Mr. Flagler'took a carry 1.000 -
the city and greets friends an arttancea. -> and all equipments Write An Interesting session of the Ladies' bet of new names were added for which was read by her daring the t

They report having had Ward G. Foster, Palm Beach, or Rob- Absolutely Pure I Afternoon Club was held 'yesterday membership, and by request Mrs. C. session of the State Federation heat

i' moat enjoyable as :well as Instruc ert T. Kyle. Fort Lauderdale. where I afternoon at which matters of a rou W Gardner read the paper containinga I The club Is la a more prosperous coadltlon o ,,_
'.! HAS HO SUBSTITUTE transacted. A resume of the year's work and than .
J-l.Y.;; a launch and lighter may be seen. tine nature were num.I j ever before. .I t

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Growers Announce That They Will Have Better Produce Evhibits

.AND ALL TRAFFIC- AND TRAVEL Than Ever Before....Much Interest Manifested.nj !I The Reasons why Large Increase'j 1 J

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OFF FROM OUSIDE WORLD- nj amt 1111; 1cU! ; ii.">iit au In.. r .i' tai!; lr..lul.mg irj he large

CONTRAST WITH MIAMI. t'rrixse of ::t..d'-! : !1' Hit i I" M III IUr* ",, '11- !..'li'-s oJ Palm lIea(''! and other in Valilewill be Realized from

Lidory nf hlI :11'1. are preparations pUci-a have outu-red l into; lI,.) project our

!>emK. jiuli.i.| alv-a/ for I lit III],fiiii >, of vuih+ a will I iml are vuirknit; up imu h I -

illanmiiil Dad Ouub'y }fair on urcr.'V an.1 iitli'jMjni
ju line. I
W.r htng tuii, F<'b. ':. --Thf outl.iol: i K
Mur'h! >-, and unless Indication be- '111.' pifimu'iis and prued wllj iilso II
for continued coB u> ril>er over R
:iic ,ih" fac' ilii" fair will, aiC'int'iig to !I... srr'lu.- year than ever beio-e.
large part of the Cne.l\3utfts.! wh;; L
..xinrraUvus. be bet'-r titan iVer !>*. and though ihej have not all been rev I
aero w-jather far Sollas Oklalvvxna.
In Dakota the thermometer is ;. r,' i\ <'(! an I pi'fd.,i enough are in han.I PROPERTVJ

I thirty degrees beloI'ro.. :Mr: fliarkn an, swre'ary ant eon- for the inana;uiiK nt to anounce that i
; nil uanatfr of the fair Is In receipt the ltaC.( 'tt.Put5 for competition this

.daily of tatters and communication' Scar are mu, h better than ever be-
j. uisville, Feb. C.-The SortI* : i
(Four the growers. ind producers ol thecounty fore.
aJE' 'l.bound. Atlanta is cut off from
statin; .nrt :he freeze had DO: 1[ In- new" addition to the Fair build- .
the outside world. Business of all
d an'aged the cro; kinds is and .ill j
handicapped:: trains I
s are late. was first exptXtexi, and that they will space heretofore available, thus making -

l>i>vc ample ve,;etoles: to ni.ikc a most It possible for a larger! number of. .
i Dispatches for Miami, Albany, Columbus 1
editable exh,:>it. Besides the exhibits exhibitors:! to euter and secure more Our confidence. in
and Si-niter are handled large increase in the value
of truck produce much! Interest is and better space than In the past. This "
through MontognuTy, Mobile Jacksonville ( t
being manifested various-other line; j in itself ig suffici-iut to prove that the "
and Charleston. i
& such as articles of manufacture natural j coming fair will eclipse anything of I j of Riverside is based upon two things ;

CONTINUOUS CONFLICTS. i exhibits anJ works of art they! I the kiud! ever hc-1-1\ in Dade county.

., Lodz Russia Feb. 6.-There are con-' -- j first actual
: I condition and second-
? tinnous conflicts between the soldiers i I LAUDANUM. STOESSEL INDIGNANT. | ,
and strikers. But few factories have -- .,.

resumed operation Some 'Interesting Island.Items City. From The At Charge maturely That Port Surrendered.Arthur Was Pre.'' lye our own experience in the 'I

Nashville Feb. .C.-The api.llcation One day lent week Officer Jas. Collins Colombia, Ceylon Feb. 4.-General ; disposition of various
of the police force was caled to
for a charter of..the Huntsville and and other Russian officers arrived -,
take of soldier who It
charge a was
Nashville, Ry., has been made. The heie today ('OUI Japan on tli":
said had drank the contents of a for .
line Is the middle section of the vast I i steamer Australian.' properties our .
small till which had contained lauda
rapid transit! system from Nashville In an interview General Stoessel dejnied j -
: to Pensacola taking in: Montgomerytad num. The officer found the wan in a the stateuitn that Por Arthur was i 4
,, stupid condition sitting on a, doorstep Customers.
Birmingham. Eastern capital Is[ surrendered prematurely, and he was ,
and leer by a two ounce vial la- .
invested. especially indignant at the publicationin I
r belled laudaunm. The man was placed -
a London paper of January 25; under -_ i<;
1 in a hack and driven to the barracks -
OPPOSES PARADES. i a Pekin date, that at the time of '
I- I| where he was placed in charge his surrender there ., !tf
New York Feb. Chancellor McCracken -! were 2,500 ab| .
Iv, of New York University in [.of I the surgeon of the hospitaL Theman's I I bodied men in the fort capable of mak ; I ,";
Waters. Between
name was
addressing the under graduates today lug a sortie, hundreds of well rourisn- i
I' 9 and 10 o'clock Waters :;
Monday night ,
expressed opposition to the plan to 1 i 1 ed officers, plenty of ammunition the j you know, II, lt.: 13 and 14th streets are practically built up from
recovered consciousness and Tuesday
i have the college men to Inaugurate a largest magazine being untouched, and A" the hay to the river and along the river to Oth! street is laid out iD 11''
parade as it conveys to the students I chance was reported of receovery.resting easy every an ample supply of food far three beautiful orange gron'l and born.. Our properties lip between 1,

a weak and false notion regarding the months. these two rapidly developing sections and the general widespread Fdtmandwhich
Mr. Samuel Roberta receive I a telegram -
fS best way to evince patriotism. The Genera] characterizes this state- come from :lIpeculathe builders and home seekers,
i bearing the news of the wreck .nent as unjust and not aupported by aDd which creates high prl..... and active .It'S, will force our prices to biKbf'l'le'f'llIwhl'b t
the schooner Three Brothers while
RIVER AND HARBOR BILL. i: of facts. Col.! Reese of the party said: are today realized 10 the more thickly built sections of )Miami x

Washington Feb. C.-The river and i| on her way from Everos Cuba witha "The garrison could' not have held I 'I'hililn itself, It eeems to UII, would be convincing enough, but that II not all.
load of fruit for this When 67ic
harbor bill has been completed. Theengineering out a moment longer. Only fifteen I r, Our own 'lpt'r'.nt.p: in selling property for our .u.tomeu iI even more coot \

department is authorized I In the Gulf the vessel-sprung a leak rubles remained in the treasury of a ,! Yineinl. leas than two years alO one or our cuaiumers purchased four lot.

to prevent the dumping of refuse in and sank rapidly. The crew took to i, million and a half at the currmenco R 1.n Oil lab Street for ylq: cacti and In one fur's time .old them for f3.iOO each,

the harbors and navigable streams. j! the boats and were picked up by a went of the seige. 'Four hundred men I f! t realizing a handsome profit ur $9\1: on an hIYf'tItOlPot of 1(11) or very near
,; passing vessel and taken to.Nassau. N. ,f ? aoo%. Anutb..r one or our clients
were dying daily in the hospital principally purchased two Iou Ult I2tb.lreet: between
REPLICATION RECEIVED. ; P. The Three Brothers was of thirty from scurvy and wounds. General avenues K and F for $CO each and we auld them this year for him for ji0W: or ,
Washington Feb. 6. tons burden and owned by Capt. James .Iit: :3ll.: '\, profit. Tlai" month sold
-At 2 o'clockthis Kondratenko was the hero of the Wt' hr one of our clients a lot un the river 's
afternoon the House received the Ward'of this city and at the time she hour." WU front for t12dl) whirh coat him one yrar ago 'iIlO. We have uttered another

Senate Managers who presented the was wrecked commanded by Capt. W ltl client of ours $1.11 for a river Iron lot whid. lent him last year only Harp.Lis .

replication to the answer in the Wilbur Roberts, otherwise "Booty." A RECORD SALE. -d.-

t Ewayne impeachment proceedings !i The Three Brothers was one of our
'1 few historic relics having been a Visits Riverside'and in Ten Minutes I will dl'lDulI.tratp to you how rapidly' Miami real estate increase

CHADWICK DEBT 12,002,090. blockade runner during the Civil War. Buys a Lot for a Winter Residence. T in value and justifies beyond question the absolute faith uf our- t.

Cleveland Feb. 6.-Receiver Loeseri I I The Fraternal Urlon. of America at I selves and others" &I to the future greatly" increased values of our

bas filed a list of the Chadwick cred- a meeting Wednesday installed the One of the quickest sales on record propt'rll..". Nor are the anltan..ea which \1ft' hare above mentioned
'Jtors and the amount due each with I following officers: Past Fraternal Master was made last week by Mr S. M. isolated ont'S. It reflects the general "itultlon. Our calculations

the bankrupt court. The total debt is N. P. Nelson acting as Installing Tatum of the firm of J. H. Tatum & are not only based un the rapidly advancing d.I"I'm..nt from all sides. bllt.I '
j I also nn the enhancement ill values resulting from Ii
officer: Co. our marnIOct'n&: system urillpro'E'IIf'lItoo.
ii two million dollars with assets of '1i3,- I
000. J. W. Friend, of Plttsburg. is be-1 I Fraternal Master-John C. Parks. The purchaser was Mr. E. W. Babcock i When undeveloped property bu made such a tremendous ad.vanl't' M'

Bend to be a creditor to the amount '! Justice-B. D. Jenks. of the firm of S. S. Babcock It dOt'llIl't it scent p..rr..tl reasonable that the great improvt'mpnU now"

at 800000. The most of the creditors '' -Truth-W. D. Costar. Co., bankers at Amagansett N. y..1 under way to provide! better transit f.i'ilitirs fur my..r.idp will insure! even A

m Muse to give the mounts due them. Mercy-J. B. D. Trumble. who having sized up the future choice greater prodtet W. ..anlurni..b the nan,,',. or .Ijplltll for whom Wt' .old tbilllrol..rI1. ;'

II I SecretAry-P. L. Weatherford. residence portion of Miami went over if lt'u hate any doubts to the truthfulness. nr Iorse statements.I .

CHAS. S. BUSH RESIGNED. i[ Treasurer-A. H. Mclnnls. to Riverside and in ten minutes had

New Orleans Feb. 6.-Charles S. Guide-Asa Pitcher. selected a lot on Thirteenth street -

tl Bosh bead of the Crescent City Jockey Guard-Victor II. Roberts. and coming back and wrote his check .d

Club retired today on account of ill Sentinel-Harry BrosL in full payment for same. I I

health being; Succeeded by H. A. ReF Stwardlt-F. C. Brossler. N. P. Nelson Mr. Babcock is delighted with Miami Buy today. You .

aad C. H. Ketchnm. and will at once build a winter

After the installation refreshmentswere residence on this lot and spend the future I

4, TWENTY STRIKERS KILLED. served and a very enjoyable seasons here. lie was Quick to -wi11-

Rants Russia Feb. 6.-Twenty I! evening spent see that the Riverside property would .

trlken have been killed here and i! become the fashionable residence part

any wounded In collisions with the i March will be an Important month of the city since the bridge has been '

':.: troops. '' I Ir. for golf independent of the series of completed* the streets pared and all never regret it .
IS. t .. j I 1 East Coast open tournaments, which the other conveniences assured as rapIdly Y

} BUSINESS RESTORED. occupy the month beginning at Nas- as money can put them in. Mr. vr

| sau. Marsh %d to 4th. and coming op Babcock has a number of friends

Washington., Feb. 6.-Mr. Beaupre., i the cast coast of Floriba, playing at North who will probably follow his

; .. minister to Buenos Ayrea ciMea that i i ;Miami. March 9th to 11th: Palm example and become home owners in

tranqnllltj has hen: restored. and busl-! :Beach March 16th to 18th: Ormonb. the Magic City.A Prices $300 to $450 a lot, one third
Ilea Is progressing March %3d to 25th; SL Augustine

I I March 27th to 29th, and terminating peculiar accident Is reported from down, balance in 1 2 and three years.I .

NO 8UCESSOR YET. : with the All-Florida championship at Otter Creek. On January 20 W. S.

; St. Augustine March 30th to April tat Yearly went deer hunting and while!

Jefferson City Feb. 6.-The sixteenth -I There will be the South Florida championship sitting on his horse waiting for the

:t ballot for a successor to Senator -! for women at Palm Beach approach of a deer, the horse became

Cockrell was taken today without i March 1st to 3d, and the South Florida restless and stood tossing its head.

: ; result. ;: open championship for professionals Mr. Yearly struck the animal a sharp

I and amateurs. March 7th. The South blow on the head with the muzzle of I

CONDENSED i ern California Golf Association open his gun which to his astonishment '

Io o championship will be played March j'exploded, tearing the top of the aLI'1 H. Tatum &
J J.
h The unusual spectacle of a hearse I
J 11th and 12th, while the ", -,'omen'lchampion'bp I mars head off, killing it dead under Company
< drawn by men occurred. in Columbia i I I II
[, : of that organization will Its rider. Mr. Yearly was prostrated
S. C, Sunday and which was made
v ri be played March 15th to 18th.-Jackuonville II I by the unofrtunatc accident.-Dronson
t necessary by the ground been;; frozen I I
Metropolis.! Democrat. i iI r
and so slippery that horses could lIt

be used
The damage done by the cold weah: In situations so free from moisture I
1 I
r J. W. Collins,-of Armour, N. C.. has': or )last wt v-k was not nearly as bad as i ''I'-tliat they may practically be called j I FRISSEL BLOCK : : MIAMI FLORIDAI

surrendered Mma-Mf to tie authorities.on was expected; at first Many of the I II:?. the durability of timber la un- ,
clxteen1'yearold i; pineapples are praclicaly uninjured I limn a charge of murdering a I
and there are but few fields that will 1 -
boy at that place last week.
not yield at least half a crop. If there Finland, Feb. C.-Senate _
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1. 1 Mrs John A. Kirkpatrick was choked ? fa no more bad weather this 8eas.ni ';, Procurator Johnson, who fc.ttemptil -

to death in a Pittsbnrg street Saturday the growers will be as well off at the: the assassination of Alexander -

night by an unknown white 11'1.\ -,' af the year in most casesFom rt !I I Gadd. In arty uniform, has been ar ASSASSIN I tlon of the crime. The wounds Inflicted COAL PACKETS BURNED.

k : while returning to her home fro i I, Pierce News. rested. ENTIFIED.I upon the son of the dead procurator Port Jervls. N. J.. Feb. ..-Fir' t> ft

marketing. -- HolBlngfors, Finland are not serious. destroyed several coal packets of the

t i! assassin of Sorlalon Soinen procurator .. Erie Railroad, a cumber of can and a

Birmingham suffered a disastrous I! Always Remember the Full Name ,, general cf Finland, who was. shot! VOLATED FREIGHT LAWS. several buildings. The loss is estimated
fire Sunday morning, the loss amountIng .; and killed yesterday at his residenceby at $100,000.

to 250000. Two firemen were) a young ran dressed In an officer's Washington. Feb. 4.-The Interstate
Injured while fighting -the ooul.agra'i'; Jromo Quinine uniform, has been Identified as Karl Commerce Commission has rendereda INSURRECTION SUPPRESSED

ton.j. Hopenthal. formerly a student;: at the decision In the charges against the Buenos Ayres Feb. ..-It U report

Atchison, Topeka & Santafe Ry. for ed that the Insurrection has been
Imperial University. sun-( -
j. Brigadier-General Clarence 1. Smith I j, Cores a Cold in One Day, Grip Two. ;j jca. Hopethal maintained silence under alleged unlawful ra'ts. The decision pressed at Cordova, to which plans: It'

commander pf the West Virginia National examinaUon. Senator Akerman who declares the road guilty of "flagrant, had been restricted. The Insurgents;

Guards Is dead at Falrmonnt. assumed the duties of procurator of i wilful and unlawful violation of the surrendered unconditionally and the

that State. t j /l. l /J y'iI ea Box. 2Sc. the Senate Is directing the investiga- I freight las for the past flvo years. leaders fled .

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r ,i::: =' Sc :;::r7.=--.g._ I 40 acres pine and hammock enMiami 10 acres 5 year eld trees t.030 :" .t' r.v. 4 r.x.m hon". ,.T.inhouv. 400 trees. 150 bearing on rock

River . . .$...600.00 trees 800 bearing . $5.000.00 road on time . . . . .. ......$3.000.00
acres pine hammock, set in trees ,
practice ID all oourti.StaLe and Federal i( THE BEST OF THEIR KIND AND 10 acres land ... . .. ,. .$450.00 5 6 year Old trees house land on time . . . . . . . .etc. fine$1,800.00. #
350 .
lp.MaltartJtle.for ei.mlnlne aDd perfecting I OLD AND POPULAR FAVORITES' 5 -cre$ land . . . .$600.00 trees bearing 3.500.00 3a acres. 10 under cultivation 200 tearing trees 7-room house 1
20- 2 old .
Land Title year' grov S3.000.00
a ro.Kos.297 Miami. Fla. IN BISCAVNE WATERS. 22 acres and on on rock road near R. R. . .. .. .. .. .$3."...".....".'"..
pine prairie 6-room house, 5 Acres Und, 300: 30
acres land pine and
prairie water front, 1,500
: P.T.-.-SKAQQS.-- M. D.., railroad . . . .$600.00 bananas. 200 orange: trees $2,50000: house, bargain .s trees small

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Ufflm with Bail CTOM Phamll"*7BrsUence
!; tub Stw Three importauta'hl sales and FURNISHED HOUSES: BY THE YEAR OR SEASON FOR $150 AND UP. C'

d. corner aw C 1 transfers; ban titoi tuusumiuated: in CEAUTIFUL WINTER HOMES ON BOR RIVER AT REASONABLE PRICES

new owners hate become possessed
j J. SI. JACKSON, JR., i of well known and favorite (crafts and -

for each of \\hi<'h :< good round sum up J\TS: U
"t t t4#; HOTEL BISCAYSE OFFICE BI.OCKAPBD.: in the thousands v as paid. R A.tV: C :E i\\

; One of the salt was thai of the ,

MIAMI. FLORIDA. I i handsome Ketch rigged auxtlU:y yacht : Only the ln>: t cnmp.uiio; ii'pn ,I I'l\tl.tl. Ht'l'I aFt :xunc of them. 1I

R. E. CH1TES, i i Granatsa, owned for seieral years by ';
Mr. N. M. George, of New York and ORIENT NEW YORK UNDERWRITERS (Hartford '
DENTIST. | for as many years a regular winter' ,

)tacit In W' UOQ Bnlidln ..l11th..... aorner ol visitor to this port and which row be- I CAN INSURE YOUR DWELLING FURNITURE BARN. STOCK, MERCANTILE BUILDING, FACTORIES.
D aDd lath ttrect. .I
Avenue cornea, the property of Mr. Marion OFFICE FIXTURES. ALSO THE TI TLE OF YOUR LAND.
MIAMI. FLOIJTDi.U I I Story also of XcYork.. The sale

T. ATKINSON I i was made through Captain Charles ?" meal
J.c testate;
c"1: _
I i Ball and though the terms are private a Ai ca = .
t ATTORNEY AT LAW. I it is known that :Mr. Story paid a Agencv 1
I" mention to nonTeranoiBf and -- --- ---
!Md l Klfco well for his purchase. The iranatsa
Elimination. of Tit!**
r Rotary Public In Odree.Udlce is one of the finest; and most commodious PECULIAR WEATHER. f c xxxx oooa
8ooooooc .J\/ocoCo=
I. sewers Building.MIAMI. SHIP (CROWDED N\IN\/V
.. FLORIDA yachts of her class ever entering ; I k
this port and while frequently used Conditions Announced by the Weather[

f n-w8. GIWlLING, I i I by Mr. George for private purposes, I If Bureau at Washington. I
f I| has more generally been under. charter : : : :

PBI'IICUJr AKD SCMKO.X.Urricc : ; each and every party being i Washington, Fen. i.-Report* of the JVZZ4kWLE'

.'1{ ix. MIAMI TKLKPBOr.K. B'LIXJ. I! well satisfied with her commodity and I II 1 ___ weather bureau shows \cry unusual
J j seaworthiness. Captain Ike Bennett I conditions throughout the country,
I ,
Hours from 9 a. ID.to 4 p.m. her master will remain In command 1 particularly so Is the development of
to the front the leading
MIAMI, under the new owner. : abnormal cold In the north central rapidly going as -
t GILLESPIE ENLOE,Dentist One of the other sales and equally ASSENGERS IN THE HISTORYOF States In the absence of any general city in South Florida. Everybody
-- important, I I. that of the splendid storm and that extreme cold has t'
rorncs is
THE PORT. going to Miami. Now is the time to
HOUKS: schooner yacht Carlb owned by Mr. spread throughout most of the United

!' OWC Is rm lA.A eU. M.toa Bnlldlnc.0 118 r.lI.H UUi IlL Halgh, of Cat Kay Bahamas, and States during the past four days. secure a choice location either for busi ;

If &KODKSC*.Kk SLat BonlenrdVJAML which was purchased by Mr. R B. A great contrast has developed between ness or re idence. Choice locations in

FLORID Seegar.. of New York. The Carib I. an the two sides of the Rocky
the city for sale by : : : :
: :
JLUTDB,Y. D., English built yacht, strictly round The geatest number of passengersever Mountains. On the west side of the :
} H.W. bottom and beside being a good tern carried from this port by steamer range rains have fallen to a remark.

l: Horn.epe.t.b.18t. boat Is one of the best sailing crafts were those taken to Key West and able degree. The semiarid regions of '

., lull Orrto: FrUeeU Building In American waters. She Is elegantly Havana last Sunday morning by the Arizona and Southern California has FORTDALLASLANDCO.
Boats,tto 4 p.m.
,., BDUA Virr AKD MIAMIKfetottakOAA finished and was designed especiallyfor steamer Martinique. There was an had almost as much rain In the past
SA> f tft>BnA. Mr. Halgh, who will have another even two hundred io the crowd, ao

8. nXDXUCI, yacht built during the coming summer I I not only was every berth and stateroom entire year.
months. taken but every available part The coldest weather of the winter Call on Or
the saloon and cabin ws occupied
The third and last sale Is that of has prevalle-i the central and western
SURVEYOR. 'I Agent, Fort Vice Pre Dallas
with cots and mattrrrses. *
the 42 foot crnlfln lannrh, or yacht districts and In the past twenty-
Courr Fublie for State U Lute. ruOenlar. DallaLand Co.. Miami, Fla. Land Co.. St. Augustine, "'Ia.
4C&e.UolInD to Bab-DiTi4iBC Large ........ Linnet, owned by Captain L. D. Potter i Besides this the Martinique carried four hours snow and sleet hue fallen
OlIN oVr roMoOc. to Mr. W. Gould Brokaw, the noted out the heaviest freight of the ea.son. extending almost to the coas line of oocx oocoxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxoooooooooooooooooooooooocAsk
5 1 which ""v/:+ nine racing aui>
autoist and motorboat racer who Is at among the east gulf and south Atlantic States
H. EICHMOHL-, present sojourning in this city, and mobiles which vl"h their owners and The general forecast does rot Indicate -

who will have her sent North in the chauffeurs aro Oil route M lIn ana to a decided change for the warmer '

REAL ESTATE. spring for use around the lake resorts. participate in tht rndurauco races tJ: inside the next thirty six; hours. ,

II lacNT PCRHINE CHANT'.AND COMPANYKOTARV The Linnet is a yacht In etery sense be run there at in early Jate. Your Dealer' For

4 AT lCBIJCbTAIH LAKbE lof the word and I? especially designed The ...I'am.11141111; hicU sated! thisTGcrntw.i INSURRECTION.I I ,

i for short cruising and pleasure It- :.....m aU} had the -
feiJUTLEK. purposes. By the terms of the pun greatest numv a: 'ri. t-iiferB ever But Out-Brea was Promptly QuelledBy

0., A. WORLET, chase Captain Potter I. to have the rented to teat tort by vess-l at an* The Government.

use of the yacht until May when she f time : i('r? N.ii.? llr" d of lii0!; Buenos Ayres Argentina Feb. 4.- United
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Is to be delivered by him to Mr. Bro persona ni* :, ,. One hundrnl 1 l'if this An Insurrection has broken out in this Paperrw

ti General practice IB State and Federal Court. kaw In New York. timber 11'''.., fri-n the Cara Palm province Several ')O'\'I! post havebeen
40 bMlBew entrusted will noHTe prompt MOfflee -
Tbs. The sale of several other popularcraftsIt and prominently among them were attacked by binds of a-'rnil.ints
:Brawa't Are.D and Wb St.MIAMI. .
FLORIDA.. is said are pending and will s uajoritfI the ruilruiii! ititu ,,ii which were everywhere repullt'tlThe I
Ii I ,
be consummated at early dates. fn mbled .t? .. in att u' tL. m -thly attacks on the arsenal were also M

t J AMIS SANDERS, meting of Ue ICOIBji'a Tasscnj repulsed. It Is ruriorcd that two It is the most EcoaoMiaal as

V ATTORNEY AND j A Guaranteed Cure For Piles. :j I Agents :.cr '.-..1:- II, yesterday and Iments have mutinied and aro rE'J-J .

f COUNSELOR AT LAW. Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding !!1! lit ay.j ing on the ('aplloThe \' '

j plies. Druggists refund money if!j The Miami war also loa.l-I i down It had been acquainted witha
lor I apepars well the let
OemnwiclAt and Real Xnute: L w. Arrnt II \ as on the market
ft Fidelity end Depoilt Co.,Baltimore 11 d.Omcu Pazo Ointment fails to cure any case I with freight. l-r vaparlly be.ng Ina':,,- plot of the leaders and toon timely t
l I.WATMK BUKE. Lock Box(3 j" no matter of how long standing. In 6 j quate to the d>man
i :MIAMI. FLORIDA. 110 1! 14 days. First application gives ) lumber and older; inatciial had to As the result of the Insurrection Ir t

| ease and rest. 50c. If your druggist| be held for the next trip. This, how. which broke out last night here ai.'I Iiu

MITCHELL D. PK1CB. j hasn't it send SOc in stamps and It I ever, was necessitated by the Miles several other Argentine cities, the I
Attorney at Law- and Solicitor ,I will be forwarded post paid by Paris i I' Orton circus outfit which was aboard govenment has Issued a decr'e establishing For Wrapping Tuatos

in i Medicine Co., St. Louis Mo. I en route to Nassau: to pel form. a state of seige for thirty days 4
the terminal dock remindedone
'I Today throughout the entire republic and the
I( Office: Bttrhrn Bldx. MIAMI FLAT. I The horse owned by Dr. J. M. JaCk-I' of the daily scenes and activity bordering mobilization of the national 5,

I son, Jr.. and attached to the attending that of the Clyii docks in guard.
C.MAYNARD, : came frightened this morning about Jacksonville. Freight 'lias nicked

'1-. 9:30 o'clock while hitched to the post I It' I everywhere in various utds: snd Quan !'

in front of the doctor' office In the I tities. Agent Whltnall and his assist. Call Q33L 'U.s FREDK. S. MORSE z

t' rear of the Blscayn drug store and ants labored hard and steady to satisfy ,

broke loose leaving the bridle and the demands while there was a constant \\ e want a description pf

reins hanging to the post, an! then at stream of visitors to the ticket I real estate for sale.
r JEWELER; AND 'OPTICIAN. a breakneck: speed dashed down Avenue office either seeking transportation to. i your REAL ESTATEOffices

erfect fitting, easy wearing jrlaiset'are D to the river. The street was or Information about Havana and Na i We want a description ofyourhouses'for .r
t a great comfort. With our elLen crowded at the time with vehicles san. It was a place of activity an-l, )\
SIT! and large ezpenenoe rent. up stain Cor. A,... C and It tb St.
'I then ar.paratuII eI1' work. Price reaooable. and pedestrians, but the animal steer life in every sense and one of the n
;I..". We repair Watchei Clocki. ed clear of all persons' and obstructions. most forcible reminders yet presentedthis We want to !show you some Miami Dade Co. Florda. '
>>' .Jewerlj and Spectacle. A portion oft Near the bridge the runaway season that Miami and the East I
trade anked for. on ATl bargains if want to
t r>year lth and turned west on the roadway leading Coast of Florida is enjoying the great you
ilth SU.W.
!; C. MAYNARD, S tto the F. E. C. depot and continued ,, est tourist season in Its history I buy anything in our line. AGENT OR LANDS OF i

Jeweler anti Pradomte OpdcUiiPATENTS I(lit. mad flight in that direction but I
!I We show Florida East Coast Co. ]
want to our Railway
v when abont half way through the buggy Has Stood the Test 25 Years. I II you

collided with a telephone pole, The old, original Grove's Tasteless, list of houses to rent. Florida Coast Line'Canal and Trans.:: Co. .1

causing the animal to break out of I: Chill Tonic. You know what you are Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co. ,
sell houses
the vehicle. A few feet beyond It stopped I taking. It is Iron and quinine in a We on easy ..\
and turning around surveyed the i tasteless form. No cure no pay. 50c.I terms. Let us show you. ....
A..r.r..T..Var..ut.xss.Mr..4 *r rn twrt.ia.cL.itrruwNCD.OiXKMrt Atl. rig as if to see what damage had been :I
I't1 turn LOWUT.W.rY.p.els.rr.wra t.e done. Outside of breaking the shafts I We sell farms on terms to 1
a.rw.a.rJ W 6..rr.tt e.faO.sltNr I Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish offered Lillian
r u.m.hW.al ed.nealawnsL aws lets'. W the buggy was uninjured. j Russell $2,500 to appear at a private suit. Come and see us. //Now is the Time

vu.sr W sot.0.lYa.alfa t'.. tuwaue.e.P1a10.e ga'dW .Wr.6 entertainment for dinner guests and I I I
\\ sell or exchange t
*O.8. ratMit Offioa, NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX. | Lillian declined. She does not have everything
All persons concerned will take notice '!! to Russell for a living that way. in the

that six months after date I win To Plant Trees

t present my final accounts and vouch.i To Cure a.Cold In One Day Real Estate Line. Orange

ers as executrix of the estate of John
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. and Fruit
J. Hayden late of Dade County deceased Grape
All druggists refund the money If
to the County Judge of said Cooley & Homer
it falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
KILLTMI COUCH county and pray for my final dischargeas Is on each box. 25c. Also Rose Bushes for \Vinter BloomingAnd i
All CURE THE LUNC8 executrix of said estate.FLORENCE -

WITH Dr. Executrix Estate of J. J. laden. Deceased Has Stood The Test 25 Years all other ornamental trees and shrubs ;
f King'sNew Please call or write for descriptive catalogue and other t

January 13. 1905. 1-14-Cm information. -

fc L "su.moll'Discovery Priea We would not ue surprised if the Grove's'Tasteless GRIPPING BROS CO. .I

FOR OOGN$ a.d IOeASI.00 East Coast is responsible for the I

LDS Free Trial. Tampa Bay Hotel shrinking In value Chill Tonic

barest and OoickMt Cur for all May be It has not shrunk but'such POMONA NURSERIES R.1

'l'HBOU sad LUNG TBOTTB* was the prevailing Idea when it was Main office Nnrserj Office, .i
claimed to have ben offered so cheap. No-Cure-No-Pay. 50 cents.3E8S : Cor. Ave C and lath St.. up stain Little River FI*. ;tr

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1 I A car load of flexible slxtt>en.lnch { EXAMS. HAVE CLOSED. I I The F. E. C. steamer Biscayne which I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. the first In the hlstorr of the'
carried the Flagler party on a toni of Department of the Interior Land line the steamer Miami which sailed
the Miami
ROYAL WASI P'pe! for crossing river i '
,, PALM the foot of Avenue E and making a I I And Results Were Announced Last .: inspection In the keys last week. Is'' Office at Gainesville Flo, Feb. 4. 190:;. yesterday afternon for Nassau had
connection with\ the water system it is,. Monday Morning. now tied up at the terminal dock Notice i is hereby given that the following on board at one and the same time ,(
the south side awaiting further orders, all of the crew named Settler has filed noticeof such dignitaries; and prominent representatives ;
purposed on I
:; FULL LAST NIGHTAND of that stream has arrived. This pipe { F'ndy < ln-i.u the first t.rU"f except the captain and watchman haying his intention to make commutation of the American and British .

IK flexible like a wire hose and after the Miami i pubic: and high 5(11(001,1an.i been discharged for the present proof in support of his (claim and that Governments as the First Assistant
being conectcd with the water main to>lay the t will be service. at the II, Iteiilv, I' S Treasury and the Governor-General of
on this side mil be sunk on the bottom Unfi the av 'r..<;,'S and other data nee Tlw re no Commissioner- his ,
of the ricer and then raised on, the h's..ry for Ih- Ilriu'll.ai'1i report. Too <'hn..1 tan Science room Sundav next odte at Miami Fla. on, March IS, 1903:;, : the Bahamas The former was Mr.
ANUMBER SLEPT ON IMPRO other bule to connect with the main pronluwua"! Slit! be accounted and on ut count ot Jud;e Tl-xnnn lecture viz:: : William .t, Krome: of Jluirestead.Kla R. B Armstrimg. who with a party of i

VISED BEDS-ALL OTHER HOTELS there, thus avoiding any obstruction i uia'li Mon,t.iv Tuounj,:, the fact Ming at Cotoanut Grove at :3 clock in the .. homestead 32991 for the south 1-2nl I I Hevt'ral ladles, went over to this quaint

AND BOARDING HOUSES whatever to the river and making a full of interst ti those doubtful of I afternoon. Parties Interested and desiring "w 1.4 of sw 1.4 of se 14 section I IlrUif-h city for a stay of several days. s

ARE FILLED JAM UP. solid tripe to the other Fide. Work on: pricing 10 thi. worn ut the next highergrade. m attend this lecture will hind ti, tounship !07 bomb range 39 They came down in the private car of "
the south side has uot yet been coin opl.l | >rtunnv for the tup dn\vn by east. and southeast 1-4 of southeast (the president of the, Southern Railway
uieniod, but it probable that the The aUcnilanoe: liroiighout; the ox launch, leaving the stone diKk I at tin I.t 1 of section I I. township :57> south;t.and which will\ remain here until the

same will! b" begun' in the next few animation was nun b letter! than ..\" 1h"OIl' hot of Twelfth street about 2: o'clock.Poisons lance ;iSiast: He[ names the following (part returns and Journeys north
the contractors hih is tiers KratifjinK In the witnesses to prove his continuous res "iguiu, The other ,,'as'Slr William
weeks as soon as
Never before in the history of Miami fur: < xcavaiing and laving, pipe have fa(.till., A number came in to (takethe in Food. nl. nee iiK,n and cultivation of said >,r.', Wilson who with a party came
.. Las there been so many tourists and the < \anut..itions, who had 1 hem out of I', rhdl'; ; MI d Imi't nulue tin'' rnanv lane!.' uz'harles. over last week and after spending
tinh.b..1 in city proper I
visitors here at this period in the season school! since Christmas, thus sbweiilns! pain polsoiii oii;:male in you fend hut < tf; i lie attendance for the week.) something ", im lay you may feel a tangs: of I went to Palm Beach where they were
'as are Its guests, and tot the The announcement was made yesterday FlaU
: of user lour hundred. 1.1) sitihla| that will convince loll. Dr R Nixon, of lllack Torn'. Fla.William I the musts of Mr. and Mrs IL M. Flag ;mss
first time in its history has the loyal that Mr. Charles A. Lane, one i
the pioneer residents of Lake Worth, The ett-cjl tea pupils who tamo Kin's New Life I'ills are guaranteed I Andr'rsun, of Black: Point, I ler at their palatial winter home. In
Palm that hostlery famous the coon all sickness ilu < lo xiisoni ofuuilie It honor of these dignitaries the MiamiClew
k ""has sold his home property to Mr;'! in lasl Monday: brought/ the term attendance : to curt > ( t HaH
tr and world had room ha,,: TV c'. of Pernne the British ia! from ter foremast
> over every Ind The up to an even 50(). the average <'iteil! fU'KIlr money Ilrovtn. Fl \ ; -
Hulman. of Terre Haute ] I
taken and accommodations strained on 'consideration was $15,000. Mr. Hal i j for January, as shown by the report I' al all dniKKfUR. Try (them W. G. Robinson head and Old Glory from her

the night of the 8th day of February.\ ,.1 man is one of the prominent and I II to the county superintendent was I Register.Mr. ; r mainmast and presented pretty and
This was the case lose Wednesdaysight I wealthy residents of the above city+I GST: against 329: for January, last : The Jeannette. the new Ideasureyacht inviting appearance as sho proceeded
Hoor & Isaacs, was E. C Romfh and bride : down \the bay seaward.
While here a'few days ago he was attracted sear, and illustrated! in what manner I of Messrs I (nee1111II
b> chief clerk McAn
4 n room by Mr. Lane's place and the !: the school and population: of Miami is : taken to the terminal dock this morn- Marie deCamp) were among the passengers

Life made the announcement that the purchase was at once made. While:: developing.With! Ing where she will be measured for returning on the steamer Martinique The Sunshine of Spring. t

Louse was "full" and that accommoda Mr. Lane has disposed of his property I Ii ;i the exception of the crowded register in the custom house by Collector i Saturday from the-r wedding The salve that cures without a scaris ,
i Customs Inspector tour Havanti UeWltfs Witch Hazel Salve. Cuts '
rooms and general cramped condition i Woodward and to
lions could only be had on cots and interests here, his many friends will I!
I I will! un Ferris. I I burns boils bruises and pike dlsap-
the Monday
I that he Is still to remain second nu open i
F Eiuh Improvised means as the house be glad to learn i J
resident of Lake Worth.-Lake'I, d..r.tho. most favorable auspices, and. Deserved Popularity rear before he use of this salve ...
a i
could provide. A number took advantage Worth News. Mr. Hulman is a guest, the niana eonnt believed' that the Agonizirg Burn To cure constipation and liver trou- snow I! before the sunshine ot spring.
of the latter offer while others. and perfectly h'e the bowels and Hiss II M. Mlddleton. Thebes. HI .
''at the San Carlos where with his work throughout; all the grades next Are Instant! relieved bj gently' moving I I .
r Coins to Havana this morning were I family he is spending the winter. They',: term will lie the best in the historyof healed) lij Buckltn'R Arnica Salvo C I I acting; as a tonl" to the liver take says 'I was seriously Dieted with
Quartered on th steamer Martlniqn attended the motorboat races at Lake';' the school ; Rivenlmrk Ir of Norfolk Va.'arites: II I Lit.le Harly KKers. These famous, I fever sores that were very painfula

overnight. : Worth going up in lb 'ir crack ntlV Fire e.rapes have hewn put to the a... "I burnt inv km.e dreadfully: that It.! lit \I.- pills are mild pleasant and harmless '. Uo\\ Ut's Witch Hazel Salve cured me ,
Inquiries at the other hotel, boardIng s..mbly r..mIf the building and as blist red all over Bucklen's Arnica i but effective and sure. Their. In less than a week' Get the genuine
, ; and lodging houses this morning soon a" (he exits have been" made the I Salve stopped the )pain, and healed it universal use for many years Is a, j Sold by the Biscayne Drug Co. ,r

t elicited the fact that they too are thu'lriu uill I... drillel in descending without a scar" Also heals wounds! ,..strong; guarantee of their popularityus.
filled to their greatest capacity. In The inducement of manufacturingand the ladders and making their way and w>r*".. :::;co at all rtrug slo;. ,I ..fnlm "SB Soil bv Biscayne! Drug : It Is said that Russia is completing
fact, this has been their condition for : other enterprises is now occupyIng from the building should the necessity : Co. j another squadron .at Cronstadt to go

several days. Both the Biscayne and : the minds ot Miamlans and it is a I' be forced\ by fire The small f.!shlng boat formerly owned 1 to the Far East These reinforcement-

San Carlos hate cottages rented lat ; very good thing to entertain. ThereIs j by Doty Sawyer and now the property DISTRESSING RAILROAD WRECK. are expected to sail about May 1.

which. they are quartering a number I about assured the Pneumatic Ball LEGAL PAPERS. of Fogg & Crossland. was run I -- I

of their guests. They are also_filled 1 Pillow Factory; and if we mistake I I Into and sunk on the fishing grounds D"s Moines. Feb. 9.-one man kill I'' NEWPORT NOT SIGHTED.
:f and the proprietors are now perplexed not the mammoth cigar factory is I yesterday by the fishing sloop sailed I' e
.:e_ to devise means to care for those who. j. sure to come; but the street railway The following l'apt'rRere filed for 'I byCaptain Finder. It Is said that the Injured eight passenger cars and :Norfolk Va. Feb. .-The Cape
will seek their protection and comforts i, system mentioned In yesterday's Metropolis record in the clerk office today: I boat was cut In half and sunk the occupants two engines piled In a ditch aid two Henry Observatory hail not sightedthe
from day to day for the next sev I; is the thing which will workto Wararnty oeed W. U Archibald to i grabbing onto the headgearof ,' hundred feet of bridge wrecked was gunboat Newport up to 3 o'clock
L": eral weeks; the great welfare of the city. It Joseph P. Rellly for $ .IZ0 lot 5 and s i the sloop as the collision occurred the result of a broken rail 01 the Chi today.
J, will relieve the congested hotel and east half of lot C, block 11, north, Mi I Iand. saved from I I' I,
: Mr. Muller of the San Carlos said nnM 1 in that manner being cago. Milwaukee l :St: Pau Ry., near ,
't that he will put cots in the hallways boarding house condition better than i Injnry. h Melbourne this Suite today RUSSIANS ENTRENCHING.
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;i' and in his sample room but when will anything else for there will soon Warranty ,deed. Fort Dallas Land ,, --- The train wreckel wan the overland .1
i these have been taken his row will I follow surburban hamlets and homes, Co. to S. U Patterson for $300( .00 lots: Crave Trouble Foreseen.It i limited which left Chicago last night Toklo, Feb. 'Manchurian heatViuarter '
removed from where! 8 and 9 block 55, north Miami reins' tint little foresight! to tell !
distance Ii
ended.One some Theman
. have been and was drawn l>> to ermines. I < reports that the Russians continued -,
'f redeeming feature and one thai i high rates are now absolutely necessary -i Warranty l'eed. Priscilla H. Douglas,i iI that when your stomach and liver are I 1 killed was 1111 ..n an""r. their bombardments in the direction .
relieves the congestion from day to i yet just as convenient to business -I and husband to Edwin G. Dreer for! badly affected" grave trouble IK ahead. I ot the Shakhe river (I for two

.ff: day Is the great transient travel; here and chopping and pleasure as at I I $35000 ten acres in section 15, town ; unless you take the proper medicine. That Tickling In the Throat j: days and are now entrenching.

today, out tomorrow, and by which present are the hotels and homes on : ship 53 south, range 41 east : fur jour disease, n s Mrs Juo .\, Youngof [ One minute after taking One Minute J, .
in measure the bay frontA Deed Clementine M. Roth and hus- Clay, :\. Y. did "She !Ill>'s"t had
I: they are able a to car I Cough Cure that tickling In the : Give Your Stomach a Rest. r'
it i ii bajid to Annie U Lawrence fo- $2.400 neuralxta (if 1 the Hr| and xtoiiiach. my i
for the new-comers. Otherwise throat U gone. It act In the throat I Your food must be properly digest-
: would be impossible for those coming!i suit in assurapslt damages $ .OOO I lots 11. 12, 13, 14, 15 16. 17 and 18. : heart' was wrakcmetl and I o>iild not not In the stomach. Harmlcsa-good ,i ...1 and assimilated to be of any value

"J- from this time on to find accommodations :' wan entered in the circuit court last block 9 south Miami. I II .eat I was very bad for a long time for children AI L. Spofford i*>stmasler !, to you. If your stomach is weak or'diioaucl j

: Friday by R. H: Seymour: attorney I I Ceo A. Sparks and wife to Peter B. but in Electric Hitters I found just at Chester, Mich, says: "Our lit :I, take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
'" Reports from up the coast and other', for Chas Westercamp. Cooley 6 Huffman for $1,500 southeast quarterof what I needed', for they quickly relieved I tie girl was unconscious (rom strangulation It digests what you eat and gives the t

points in the State show the same con I' Homer The suit, it is under stood, i northwest quarter of section 27. and cured me" Best medicine I during a sudden and terrible stomach a fE'SI. enabling It to recuperate

', ditions existing and from every source grows out of what the plaintiff allege II township 10 south range S east I for weak women. Sold under guarantee I attack of croup. Three doses of One take on new life and grow strong "

',i comes the expression and fact that i I would hate been a real estate dealbetween 'I' Warranty used, H. S. Cummings and b) ull druggists at aOr a bottle. Minute Cough Cure halt an hour apart aqain. Kodol cures sour stomach, gas '

Florida today is enjoying the best sea, himself and Mr. Pickert. of wife to Joseph O. Wild for $1.00 and i Captains W. A. Shaw and C. A. Spencer speedily cured h"r. I cannot praise I blunting heart palpltatlbu and all dW'gcxtive -

I son in Its history and accommodatingmore the Pickert Theatrical Co., and In I.I.t other considerations thirty acres in I' government inspectors! of hulls I One Minute Cough Cure too much for : disorders I.. A, Soper of ,

visitors than ever before. which the sale of a lot on Fourth I section 27. township 53 south range.' and boilers respectively. of this district I what It has done In our family" It Little Rock Ky.. writes us: "\\1' feel '''
street was involved but for a writ I 41 east 1 with In Jacksonville I always elves: relief Sold bv Biscayne that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure deserves;
Royal Palm 'dockmaster M. R. Helium of attachment and claim for fees in I Deed. Model Land Co., to H. C. headquarters firug Co. all the commendation that can be given
' In the ,
.) and Ball brothers of the auxiliary the sum of $150. entered against him :. Hurst for $75,00 five acres In section I I came down yesterday the u. utTIt saved the life of our little

't' yacht Klondike, hare associated by the said Cooley & Homer. The lot :, 31, township 52 south, range 42 east. ;; afternoon P. Sanford Inspected Roas steamer and passed Brusstar.They BLIZZARD IN NEBRASKA. : zirl when she was three yearn old. She

1;.. themselves together for the purpose: in question it further appears, was Warranty deed James C. DurteI -,:i Jacksonville! last : !is now six and we have kept it for her''
returned to
i of conducting a general yacht and' boat in the hands of the various real estate I shaw to W. A. GuIdo for $140 7 : Omaha. Feb. 9,-A terrible blizzardIs timKianllv. tut of course she only b

'lI:(1 brokerage business which will consist dealers of the city for sale. The I acres in section :32, township :54 south! night. ,! miring throughout! this State and : takes It now; when anything disagree

:'l!) of the'buying, selling renting end chartering deal was made by E. A. Waddell. but range 41 east. Rewaro. $100. beet ion. I with her,' Sold by Blscayne Drug Co?
.g: ,of boats. They will also handle before the papers could be executed Deed Lulber S. Donaldson to D. C. -
..' his wilt Iw
'j ,ship chandlers supplies and.will furnish Cooley t Horner sued out the attachment Taylor and W D. Sanford for $240.00 I Tinn a< ers paMT ..
!learn that there U it least
boats for and deliver ice mail and I claiming fees for their connection I certain land in section 27. township pleased to Atlantic
I one dreaded disease! that sconce has i iI I ;
; supplies to yachts. houseboats and other with the property thus preventing 53 south range 41 east
'. craft. while cruising in adjacent, the sale and hence the snit I Warranty Med J. B. McKenzie and I been able to cure In all Us stages, and i: -
( Hull's Catarrh Cure ;,
that IH
waters. These gentlemen are well i wife to A. W. Graham for fIN five
I 1111 the only positive: cure now J Down Quickest tim., most excellent sissies North East and West via
t known are in close touch with all II Last night Captain Jaudon. representing acres In section 31, township 54 south
) and 'tn the medical fraternity. Catarrh,j jbvlng ATLANTIC COAST UN>k Th Famous New York and Florid Sped*].
boatmen and yachting enterprises the Miami RlHej and Mr. Hays, j range 41 eautWarranty 1
'jJ should hare no difficulty in making a on behalf of the Riddell Carnival Co.. deed, E. B. Mood) to K. J. ; a consiltutl-innl disease requires,t solid Pullman train of Compartment Sleeping. Dining and Obs rrtlom Dare.
I a constitutional treatment. Hall'sI ;: electric lighted throughout. lea.* 8t Augustine dally except Buday *t U ;
success of and realizing handsomelyfrom which will linn? several shows and Hendry for $150 five! acres In section I '
their new enterprise. I i attractions to Miami for one week be- 1 I 21. township 53 south range 41 east I Catarrh Cure is taken Internally act A. K.. arrive N w York C:" P. 1C. following day. i
ginnig on the 13th. made an agreement Warranty deed Fort Danas Land I ling directly upon the blood and l mucous | Florid and Wt Indian Limited carrying' Drawing-Rota. Bp.f* **4

.""v The launch yacht Linnet. Captain whereby the carnival will be held under Land Co,. to Edwin B. Lentjor $COO I surface of the system th..rebY\I\ Dining Can. leave JaekMBTffl at 1:00 A... U. daily WTtft New Tort >:M

.! I U D. Potter, .which went to Palm the auspice of the Miami Rifles, lot 4, block 135. Miami. destroying the foundation of the die- P. U. following day. ''i

, Beach last week with Mr. and Mrs. they to receive it icrcentoga of theft I Letters patent State of Florida authorizing ruse and giving the patient strength ; Chicago: nd Florida Limited, solid Pullman train at'Steepen. DUiag **4 ,
;:_ W. H. Johns and Mrs. and Mr Ed. R..I f* receipt A member the company a change of name of the 1 by building up theconctirutit.0 aud' Observation Cars leave Jacksonville dally at. >:10 A. w.. arrive Calcago t:. :

-li' Ames of New York, aboard returned : will act ks doer keeper at cacnot i Fruit and Vegetable Growers Associa- a"slllllngalure In doing lu work. : P. U. following day. This train carries 8t Louts Sleeper. arrMng St. la*)* .,
-(; last night towing the racing boat Challenger. the shows. The company will also ion of Del ray, to the Planters Packingand The proprietors' have no much faith In : 1JS P. U.Dixie. !

.j : Captain Poter states ihit his conduct a country store of its own I; preserving Co. I its curative powers that they offer ,I Flyer leaves Jacksonrllle tK P. It dally carrie throng !A

-r; guests on the up trip were more than where prize Ur"o'Io.m be sold for Deed. Dade county Title' InsuranceCo I nip hundred l dollars for any case thatit sleepers to Chicago and St. Lools striving Chicago ':U P. If. St. Losd ;;
pleased with the outing, end dec.tared"it I, trn cents the n imr"r drawn entitling I II to S. O Fitts for $%.100 lots 9.,JO falls !. cure" Send for list of tea I i 8M A. It following morning. i

t"-; far'superior to the noted OcUawaha 1 I them to the anco! appearing! under 1 I and 11. of block 107. south Miami tinionials.Adilress. Th quickest lint by four and one-half hour to Chlcag. seven loan 111at J> '

river trip. They went by tho canal the duplicate anent-. ami which willconsist Warranty deed Fort Doling land : F.. J. ('ht uey A Co Toledo, i, loafs *nd one hour,to LoulrriUe.MAKE RESERVAfONS PROUFTLT. '1

t and inland route, making the run in of triukjfj pins needier' anl I ('o. to Ellen J Sanders for JlT.OOo: lot ohio. t I FRANK C. tnTLSTON. District Passenger Agent JacksonTtB*. Ft* dSEABOARD
i eleven hours and succe diIn, killing : such articles as Could be bought for I 10, block 4:;., north Miami Sold bv' .111 druggists': I 75c. ,

src; two ,alligators and seeing five others. \ that consideration It it also proved need Gun; Blue and wife to Roes Take Hall Family Pills for coimti .-:!

i. They also found 11 dead tarpon that I' to nominate a 'luJa of the carnival, Mills for $:!O.50 lots 14 and 1<>. block hit ion

r .lost their lives dunng the recent coW i I eight young ladies of the city being | ". South Mangonia.l .
snap-and saw two manateee, or spa \1 requested to l 1" ':'JL1a candidates awl I Hied, Dade County State Rank toIL In the arrest of one Charles Robin i I.
a. cows which swam close to the boat 1 the one receiv ing the majority of tweiity I l. W Powers for $5.700 part of lot f. ion, colored a few days ago by Deputy -,

.f' and were a great curiosity. thousand totes to 11 c sold winning '- section 1.; township 43 south range! i Sheriff Moran the sheriffs: force '
have captured a profesional Air Line Railway
believe they
; the honor. 4:1:! east and extending along the west
fr Tuesday Manager Mf'ITI1of\ the bore line of Lake Worth. hl<,)'('ie'lhld awl probably the'

'-I' Royal Palm Hotel entertained the !! W I, Metcalf.: of West Palm Beach Th...d, F E. C. Ry Co. to L. C. Shln- party oho has stolen several wheels 'QSavannah. .
: Geo. A. :of this wnhvn! the past few we< ks. An examination
members of the Southeastern Passenger Worlqy city representing 1 l-'o for $15000 ten acres In section :
t Agents Association which was In 1 James Morton the younj T::. i nnship 53 !south range II cant of Itoumsnn house outside! I Columbia. Camden Southern Pines 4
cession In this city Sunday and Mon : white man arrested at West Pain of hp city limits revealed the presence
Richmond Baltimore
-i Raleigh Washington t
t; / lay with a trip to and fish dinner at Beach lat week for picking the pocket Fraud Exposed.A .>f four whet, two of which were ,
p Soldier Key. The most of the party of a \ visitor and who was como'i \!, f<'" counterfoil have latelyIMwn I, ,identified one by Eugene Porter and Philadelphia. New York. '

h about fifty In number were taken t, ted to the county jail in default of! l making and trying to sell Imllaunns t the other by a Mr Jones. The other Two Elegant TrainsDaiiy.; .

}, down on the Hotel yacht Louise, leavIng $1.000 bond to await trial In the clrcui of Dr King's New Dlicovcrv : two are unidentified. In each (case' Sea
Seaboard Express oardDMatlj
.1 here at 12:30 o'clock, while the,. court yesterday cftemoou tiled o.'' tar CouMinipiion, coughs and 1 rul.U_ the wheels bad been "doctored." that :

'J' others were the guests of General W. I a writ of habeas corpus for the release anl..nthpr.me.llcolnps.. thereby defrauding l, I 1111.I the wheels taken from one bicycle I Ii j Modern Pullman Equipment. E:'

a B. Shattuc aboard his yacht Buckeye,,,1 of their client on the ground!!,'. the public_ This Is to "'arn011. i I and changed to another frame sadles
to the sane place.! At the key a splendid .. that'the bond was exhorbitanJ in proportion I I to beware of such people who seek to changed, etc., to destroy their Identity ,I ONLY LtNEopmti3

dinner *;as served! and the part, 1 I to the offense. The case cam! profit through; stealing the reputationof Robinson teils a rambling story about ; dilly lhroll :Sleepers from Jacks<) *leI10rlew.I > | .
returned to the city late In the afternoon .'i! up before Court Commissioner Atkinson remedies which have been success :! how he came in possession of BO many i I .
,t after having enjoyed one of the, who after hearing the argument I fully curing disease, for over 25 >ears. bicycles but this did not secure" his release "

most pleasant outings It had ever been i i of the attorneys, reduced the amount' A sure protection to you Is our nameon : when arraigned! before Judge/ For full inform ICon and Iceper reservation*, call on any agent of the
their privilege to take. The majority' of bond to $100.00. but refused to release the wra Jlf"r. Look for it. on all i Heyser this morning on two chargesi .
Seaboard write
a ot those so entertained left for their.j the prisoner. Up to 3 o'clock thii, King or Bucklec's remedies, as all j i of petty larceny and the other or

respective homes last night, while afternoon Morton was still in jail, and!I ; others' are mere Imitations H E i I of grand larceny. On the first charge A. o. MCDONNELL igLisea.7s.i
some remain over' for tripe to Havana" It is not believed he can give ever I' Bucklen & Co., Chicago. Ill, and Windt | he was committed to Jail In"default of BOYLSTON. Jr. Pass.
C. Afft.
S. ,
and Nassau.a I the reduced amount of ball | Canada All druggists j I $50.00 ball and on the other $100 00,


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