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Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
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regular
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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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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1:3: WITH TOURISTS AND INDICATIONS EXPIRES SUDDENLY IN WASHINGTON ',

l-!| President of The United States At Washington Today.Countless ARE THAT IT WILL CON !:!I TODAY FROM PNEUMONIA- !,] One of the Largest;, Most; Varied and Attractive Display of

,,- Thousands From Every Section Attended the Avents. TINUE FAR AeOVE THE AVER i' AND HEART FAILURE HAD | Produce Etc. Ever
I. AGE TIME FOR TOURISTS STAY. SERVED HIS STATE WELL. I! Shown Here.

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March 4.-Theodore this time all were standing, :; ;and uoih-j J !
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\Vashltigion, Kish'h! Annt-al! Dade .
I County ( t" ili-pl l t\r\ > iilei 6' )iu the mind of
in co'ild be heart I abuxe the roar of1ihjuderous
3
i Roosevelt and Charles Warren Fair- ; weliome. Immediately i As p\i''Tre! of the enormity of the j WjiUunijTon. :March' -I'nlp,1! Fair was opened this met lung; iu the the P'n>.i st> piit-al that this ,fruit hue:

;: banks were! inaugurated President and follow the i-jurisf traand| IndtC alive of the Suites' SenetnrVabnm n P.at"s. of Fai- biiiMm; un.ler the most favorable been w lni| out \tiv the t'oh4Tbc Y
: ;; came, arm in arm members I
:VIce-President of the United States of the committee im arraugeiuients. I fan iiit! ; it will! probably! rncUnueoijli Tenn''s.twit', rev rnor of his cOII.litI'ns! and the inilicatimis\! ; "-"(.---\td ;uwl canned butt .'.1(

to which offices they were elect- ,' ( State. ;; vrtpran of 1 both the Mexican hlblts! hate not all arnveil and b >
today, '> npiareil
\\ :i-0 Ions;' i this Beaaoa thaneor are :that the exhibition: : will rtsuH In
ed four months .r.go by the greatestfir .\, from t hire Jus'ie-1 Fuller I II :iid! Ci\Il! \'tarsanI I for iqhteen I years MI, but surtlcient ar.m hand
a sign before, 1,!:1! of tin oily hotels, !i i.t riiR:< tneiiilw-r if the the !must suecef accorded yirniiii < t'pper lo >h<>\\ ihat the
popular acclamation ever the clerk of the Supreme Court step- exhibit on th- whoa!
candidates by the electorate or the I : tK'lriIl1oll""s! \ uinl I ruoiuitig placesare House of rons; ess, died here at t C tlie co-inty both from .tr increaswlexhiiiit will be far moro Creditable! and mvii .
I>ed forward holding! :; a I'ibiu. A hush i I' ,
siill! filed their li ells-k this morning; nf 'nulluu1a and' and lavresf ill ilie Fair. ins than
public I fill over tin.. ('roThe: I'resiilent i: 10 greatest ca ever beforemade..
'ilefective heart. a<;ej 7S )"t'ur'l. The doors of : lF.rr were formally
t "Their names are today on en'J1Up raise! his right haiiil and the iiuh to loi'lty. a C'lmliiiiin. never known W AcotliT attractive exhibit roceiveitthis
i | Senator Hates attended: tho Inaui opened at In o elof nil although but
and mind, an<) the verdict of the people support the laws and cousuuii! of.; fore at this Mason! of the year.In mornini: are r. D1lmt'r'uf draw- I rA
of I i rural rennonies, and! it is believed\ I I I I ft'rrew of the exhibits hij t.. .<>ni
was confirmed in the presence I the I'nitcd States was revenily taken jugs and. sand maps of this State and
past aeaoostheexodus north has "hit he bt sbl which placed or :lagged: quite road began
tL National Capitol eau ;; developed! 1 !i i a
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such a throng as the amid deep silence When llii;ibis hail (. On'!" Cotiqty.pn-pared by the rupils of
been well urnlt nay by tho Mb. and into iitieiiniontn. lie continued his In arrUe! shurljv afteruar to
rarely '!!L Itnesl>es. Ix-vn toiiclinleil! l there was"practirall! ) the undo grades of the Miami school.They : .
: loth of this, month while the travel official 4lnic1': and, occupie! ,! his! seat In I I I take In the sights: and) \iew the products
is brilliant pageantryof !jbegau
i The city one. i 1110 ilenioiisira'ion. and the I'Vesldent i are ,very inviting and Roll executed.
"h Scnate'l'ueaday. He became sud- of one of the t most ferule and pro-
the i iI
: color blaze. Decorations greet : ; his inansiir.il I address. As soon J southward had about become a thing I I I a
I lenly ill at dinner that evening' and | diictive counties In the State. All durIng -
: throng on every hand and throughout :I as he finish.-! bpi Mug ho iv-tuitervd of the luist. But not so IOJns railroad I i By far th".mM attractive and in ti
the illness the exhibits a
took a quick toursu. :: morning arrived by
t p the length of the city they are more the Capitol and as he di&apH.-ared! ; j men r. 1 hurt that there has! beenno measure th" most Important exhibit
I i "petiator Hates, realized last night ;,, the ('urtllnd wagon load and were arranged -
!i elaborate and beautiful than those of within! the building a bignal wall flashed I perceptible fallng off in the southern to those !Inter stel otherwise than
the
that \I.\ WII" .'Hi'iie.: and] ;gave directions : ) as quickly! as Mr. Blackman ;,
any previous similar occasion. to the na\y yard and the rour of | travel, and that they are dally besieged horticultural display! Is the
i that the funeral should take place at ,, and his assistants could r.nd tIll m po woman's'lepartuient.
representatives .
Chic and military twenty-one guns \\as begun in official j I with inquiries about the climate his old home In Nashvillt I sitions.AMIOBS. \ where there is displayed -

I from nearly every section of the,.country salute to the Nation's! ruler ; accommodations etc., to-be had at the ono of the finest and moISt varied collection -
I ; the articles already! In the
are gathered in one grand paradeIn Th' President stoke as follows! : i 1 various places along the coast. 'i of handwork,
CZREAL PLANT BURNED. ,, btiiliiing and in place this morningwere :: painting, works
honor of the newly elected Presi :My Fellow Citizens: I Of course the tra el northward is beginning I a number of large: while cabbage ,' of art, etc., that lend an inviting Influ- fi

dent. The line of march included No people on earth have more causeto to pick up," said a prominent once to that the
of .
l part bul\dtn\ I
j At Cedar Rapids Entailing a Loss of better specimens| than many of those artien -
nearly thirty thousand men. lie thankful than an.l this is I transportation man this morning "but
011'\8. 1 1500000. coming from the :North beans, Irish are !in chare of the exhibit and
The great crowd assembled for the said reverently in no spirit of 1oast'lfulnt'ss Ibis is more than offset by the crowd whale the
must of the
e features Cedar RapMs la.. March .--A fire :I: potatoes lettuce tssphints; peppers" articles are for I
i.[ crowning evprft of a day full of In our own strength but with I still pouring into the State. I stopped dlsptaonly, others
.. huh began last night: is still burning tomatoes, and vegetation indigen- are for sale at
cannot be estimated even by pratiude to the Cater of Good who has ; at the loyal Palm last night and was :| reai in the American Cereal Plant, and ouslo this county and section.
J!: .comparison It extended far beyond blessed us with the conditions which } surprised to find It crowded: every I
j
th"1 I Is far above the | The !\ !! a
citrus
Kiss is now estimated at $1,:> The display! b'liUlns has ren splendidly! I!1'
2 the reach of the voice and was so. hip! room token end sleeping ( '
1! hate enable! us 10 at sn large a many on .
of One average, the ; fruit especially 1-. ranged for display all
: with an insurance $3UO.O r81' n; of the exhiMts .1.1If
r I
ft densely packed at to carry the stage measure of well-being and of improved cots and beds. All of theother j' '
man was killed. The fire Is now eat ing of a fine quality; awl in ninloruustarietits. the atViHtlon .) the structure increasing
:i. out of sight of nmny.. The Capitol I f ness. To us as a people it has hapPI'I' hotels I Know to be full, thus
j ing Its way through the new mill, part Oran;-s were also plentiful the facilities a!bios: t double
.11; plaza resourceful in accommodating (I granted to la the foundations forcing: the unquestioned conviction .I
) of nhtch has already been consumed' and of varied and beautiful vanetieshale and allowing; of i better nn'] more I
thousands eager to view the ct-re'j national life in a new ('Onlin..nt.e ihat the season has! not or.ly been the
fare i I and hte whole structure Is doomed.Fire the nall1'II1..u., lime, I I couifortaMe care of .all things dlsplaret.1. -
J-Jthe; was completely filled. People I j! the heirs of the ages, and! yet, we j jj I host in :h" h'.s'iiry! of the State, but. departments! from neighboring! : kumquat, Japan plum t'It''r..' conspicuous .! e
by its numerous: streets and ave j have to few of the penalties which that i it will !:a..t longer this year tban I a
;: :. !j pay I jiu j cities, are worUns; with the local de- for (heir (!'ralil)' an I qua Entering the hall there are two av-
which, like so many yewning.v old countries are exacted by the I any. heretofore.The .
i] i partment in an effort to confine the tity.
swallowing
*L ravenous maws greedily dead hand of a bygone Royal Palm is scheduled to I
eiviization.tSve I i (lames to the cereal plant. The pineapple iII\ i'lay wN i.'ilTu'ient! fContlnnod on eighth
the throng until every coign of vantage ,i haDol been obliged to light for ; close! on April 3, but if the travel war | paste.)
It I -
; was' occupied. our existence against any alien race; I rants and the demand Is! such' It ismore i '''7K .. _. 'L "' _. ,. uru .r___ _____._.,, ._._ __. _
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f The' movements of' the gathering and yet our life has called for the vig than probable that the great A

: troops and organizations were not all t: or and effort without which the manlier house will be kept open! longer or I J&it

; the crowd had for Its entertainment. ; and "hardier irtues wither away j until sorb time as the 'deinjnd has :

r JMrecUjr in its front preparations were I Under such conditions it would be our c, a..1 to b. a necessity. I fine footwear to fit foot

In- progress. for the inauguration it.self. own fault-if wo failed; and the success The Metropolis; like all other state I any 1

A monster stand in the form which we have had in the past the I \pap" """, and ihohu aequt,inte.l with the a tw
-- --- -- -
linen --- -- --
amphitheater had facts dimat Cal'conlJltion of Flor -
of an open success which we confidently. believe and
'erected on a line with the rotunda of the future will bring should cause in bin. bas contended'! that the tourists

s the Capitol; 8&dvtheredecorators were I us no feeling! of vainglory but rathera !rate the Stale too early in the spring
AT SEWEll'S SHOE STORE
..r engaged in arranging for the ceremony I deep and abiding realization of all for th. ir o\\ n comfort: and enjoyment, :' i

and ushers buisled themselves learnIng which life has offered us; a full ac- ]; ih: "T< forit is nut out of place! to

the sections to be assigce-1 to the I know lodgement of the responsibility !I ague rt :ulu'l! tnose j' our' visitors now I
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Tartous officials -and distinguished which is ours; and a fixed duterminaf f hi re and c'hers who ate to curve that I

t esUL. I j Mai, h and April are the banner i, -,, _
lion to show that, under a free govern-1 -"r-n- = '''''' f''=' 1MA.j"L 'I'
a S itself was of metrical mouths In and mil
The eland i ment a mighty p'Ope.can! thiive best, Florida climatically : -- -

architectural proportions, on a different I alike as regards th-: things of the body othu\\ Ise. aud that they make a mis I S

plan from those used in former I and the thirds of the souL I take. by not remaining! lunge.' in the' : .A 1905 Spring

years. For this occasion it bad been Much has been gl\: ( n to us, andtouch State. ,

built in the form of a-semi-circle inclining I will\ rlthtfuly; be expcclcd from s ( Goods

to a let el platform on which j now on Exhlblhon.o
us.Ve have duties to others and j STREET CAR MEN WALK OUT. i : ,
} was placed a pavilion for the President's J duties to "urM h f s; and we can shirk j i r.; ,
I IN ,
The amphitheater -
}r personal use. become i
neither.4e have a j
J accommodated nearly 7,000 person Five Thousand Strong from New York x. Kiin.- gta. iK that arc tn.iuiifai-t > --. L.bird .V Sdiuhcr.l .
forced the fact of its greatness ,
ion, t.y
.. ire l
Elevated and Subway Roads. j \' -Sclliv.: Norman *. Into relations with the other ; t ....d m..vt uj>-ti'-t.'ck 'HI the: :i-wiith t" .e- J

At about 1 o'clock the official party'came j' tions of the earth ; nod we must na'i I ... tell (from -h..c,*.. tor wilkintor:: t driviti;!, fur yacht-

through! the main. door. Cheers hate as beseems a people with such New York, March ..-Five thousand i 1111:; i"r :,:Id1 fig::; an.l for dress ;iii
were sent up from the enthusiastic I responsibilities. Toward all nations I employeK of the lafer-Boroush;: Rapid task 'd f the !lolliu-! ; ,ti
multitude, all eyes were directed that large aud small our attitude must be Transit Co., operating the subway and';:, : I \' ;,-, 'Kt.l.. Tan Varnilicil'alf: Skin.Vlittc (Duck
_..
way and'atratned to get the first one of cordial and sincere friendship.e ]' elevated! lines, struck at 4 o'clock this : Wlntt Linen White! clisMr.Vlnto K-.ick. lan thtzc.
of the President Shoots of j' blue, pink and \, lilt: kill.! It. aq-ola: .' .. .. :
glimpse \\ must show not only in our ",'orls.Lut morning. I vt

"There he Is," were heard: frequently, in our d 'cds that we are earnestly The strike Is in tho early stage of''' .I

s- but In nearly every instance the cry' desirous of securing their good ",'ml I j what: prom ....s.'0 be the most complete I : Do not buy uutil you visit our mammoth Shoe Store 1,

was sounded in false alarm. by acting toward them in a spirit of. strike in the history! of New ft !

The official entrance was dramatic.All just and generous reco.nltlii\ of all j j j York, but So far there arc no -defection : =-.:.. ... .. .. -- -- --- ;
r S eScppt those who were participating : their rights. But justice and oenl'ros'l j ? from 'lie strikers' ranks, and no !

In the ceremony were jwatcd. violence has b-rn reported.lckcts .
,
Ity In a nation as in an In\II\'lo1llal'l
| :
gS 'When the Justices of the Supreme I count n'ost when shown not by the i from th- strikers were posted I tf.t. 'T ;'t 1i;

f Court with the ocreption of Chief! I weak but by ihe strong. While ever everywhere outtide the stations to' I, f''i",, ;;.va.-y;.1t. ; ........."." ..,... ,I
.
Justice Fuller, emerged from beneath j careful to refrain from wronging others warn passengers:; Ihat it was dnnger f "' .", .... *":'dr.,.;,. '.': (f" ""....
I
the Corinthian pillars and Arched t I we must be no less insistent that otis to ri'Io on the trains!! and asserte! .._ __ )4'4'; : '.1 & tin

,b down the sloping carpeted elisle" to we are nut wronged ourselves.'e; I I| that the saf-'ty
ir'' their slat Jon*,*they were greeted with S ;minli peat.. but lIoe wish| the peace of ;i ijustlre brake! iMnl l" laid been removed tbiHcatMlix H : (,it'J... 4 'J t tk

'applause. The Justice wor"thpr! j, the peace of rlght' sness. !J JWo :1"% Fiirfdee lines to reap aharvest. D ,: ({' rYt-.;;:fr. 11 I

robot :Cud gkull-capfi.;: : Thn c&ite the I Imoir.tx.TH i Summer and III! us,'k "6/ixr '
cars every '
I''t'alaI'tot think it Is right .. .
x" with it !' .............<-.,' .... ..
of the diplomatic corps Hi j and not because wo are afraid. No | wheel was put on the tracks and the Y". .,.. ...,-\. :;;.

theft geld''-.u,i-. uniforms and tbeyi! weak nation thaI acts manfully and i i ijtigtly oars; were i rowdod to the roof' on all ,1 !; )

'evo & thunderous applause. ;' should e\er have" cause to fear j cf the surf"lillI's.. I ., f : i, '. ': .. : :..; ,.
this'gcene the demt- nor Ir2L
Throughout us. and no strong power should! ever II j wire w ro staiirtnt'd! everywhere .r >I>>I pr

I of the multitude was that of interestand .' I,.. able! to single us out as a. subject. j I that violence might! 1 bo prerrnteil if -1 J > ,'. '. _rev" .'.. ,;

(spcctanCYThe enticing pros ; (or insolent acKrs''ion. i the strike: breakers! attempted to OJ]>er -q'.f1.'t#:', 1-- I ... : .J ,,'

4 peels of seeing gorgeous and stately Oui relations with the other powers j ate trains, hiy only I a few trains were .".;.i"r, "", ."t._. ...., ; '.\ t" ,
detracted In no 1 the .... : .. >.:1i /
iu review vtt :
'Ilh'ra elevated and! ..
pagcantt or the world tiro l r.oru.'ll ; but still run < on ,;,,_ .. ..
i : ,.....J' :;'fIJ: ; :. .....
the )
in '
the keen interest .. 1
from : 1 ;
manner subway.Afur
: more iuiK>nanl lire our relations I I : ""' .
.. ... ;;;..., ... .-.r = .l I
: _
brilliant in immediate : .... }
R; leas program j anaonsouwlte!O. Such growth!: In'i S! n'rlock the conditions on the -- --- -- -- ---- P.rl: '{" ."

cr prospect. The aUra tl(,_ responsible j. wealth in imputation and In J power as f subway were greatly Improved and ,..........41.. C-4:,,,", L:1'' ....s-,,":' i>"d.Jiii. ....".......t.

for the assembly 01 so vast a throng this nation has seen during: the century -j trains were operated frequently and "'N '!t"c. """ :M

,was demonstrated by the tremendous j I If and a quarter of Its national life la'' without interference. 5 \ -r

burst of applause which! heralded the Ir Inevitably( accompanied by .a like I! l.ater.-l'p to noon no disturbanceshad :' =- =.- =-. -- -- :.: I

President's approach. growth in the problems which ire ever J j occurred, the strikers apparently

"1 President Roosevelt came forth before every nation that rises tc great-1, relying on persuasion to maintain the j jr/; JOHN SEWELL .& BRO.I

from between the massive pillars j ness. Tower invariably means both strike, and they won over to their side I

quietly and composedly. lie was e8-1 i responsibility and danger. Our forefathers many strike breakers, who hal: '

coded by Chief Justice Fuller. With.! faced certain perils which we imported. been/ Thelonly! exclusive shoe store in the city. j

measured tread In harmony with the'j have outgrown. We now face other The delay in traffic has had an appreciable ; Scwell's Shoe
the I : I Store 3 Justice
dignified step of the Chief Tereslstence of effect on business
perils the which It many
t I i 306 lath :St. SewellV Tailoring Kstablishmet, 336 12th St I
in state down the
advanced
President being. detained from their office: on I

long aisle of distinguished guests. By (Continued! on eighth page.) account of the strike.
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AFTER THE FREEZE. NAETHING CAUGHT HIM. I RIFLES NEW LIEUTENANT. LIFE OF THE --- I r '
I of the harm the
man
i MIAMI METROPOLIS 1 r I = trouble with

the mother-In Uw
It la the
girl The
Commenting on the rapidity with Well Known Tarpon Fisherman Land Mr. BeMou Chosen. to Succeed Lieut. ,
i Interestingly Discussed youn* man, when be marries Ia'....
PtkllrLed
Every Friday In the Metropolis by -,
which the orange trees have survived : ed Human Monster. D. W. N'cComb.

} Building.t the setback they received by the colds -- lace Fans, Now quired to rnu!m finder the parental ,

roof and the girl' mother-In-law '
.. Inm.rm. S. CvU pant s<<..TIU! snap of a few weeks ago the Titua- (.'hii>< Xacthini, the tarpon fishing The :Miami Rifles, held a coveting! at numbering ro-

ville Advocate says: expert, who comes here every April to the armory Thursday for the :Many b-r una troupes. get '
t: rte!: tl&ffii Priptiiig Company. 1 purpose accounts have I> '{' I satisfaction out ot ). T '!;1I'gl1ttr.la-

It is surprising how quickly the orange i, battle with Ihe "silver !.lug," engaged i of el-'ctliig! a first lieutenant of the by travelers of Chinese Ito !haw
by imposing: the most
J trduotuI
; hbred In the, PotoEce at Misml,, trees around Titusville have recuperated in the 1.uni.m tarpon Calling: an in the : totupanv. Only ono minio was placed instructive books have .. ;I duties.

I; Ti,, U second-clans matter. since the recent freeze I; pool of X. V A. C. en :li'- nicht of Feb 1 i in nomination-that of Mr :M. C. litI.i : depicting the character the

ILL Strangers Mho visit the TurnbulJ ham. mars --;, and! MtrcfOilrti m landing his | Inn. ati-1 who has in.nmmoiislv elected living, and the ideals of the RAILROAD
TO
*. y7.e most Southern newspaper' publsbed -> mock north of Titusvil'e, would not "fish.:' Of the rouu-bl the"w York' | lu the position on his native heath but few KEY WEST.

on the mainland of the United! !know there Lad, been a cold wave | \Vorl says: I kut. Itdlou eat, until coming; to it in such accurate and ( 'i The '
residents
of lhe !:ast Coast '
[ Et.&tN. down this way, by the present. appearance At last lie tarpon export n>p.ired :Miami an offitir In the Alabama Naliotial detail as ono who has Florla: are evidently of
more
interested
of the I taws, fur they have pmtI I his tackle, and tits td: of the liuo I Guards< and will enter upon hisduties years among them as has ': in the
: 0Jt. year .$ 'I construction of the railroad to ,
it on a rapid sroth, and sill soon be was Hot to a ring in the cap that covorod j well eqm,.t>cel! for the position lace S Kanwin passed ('1 Key West
disc ruoi.ibs. than
l.OuTtwe are our
'I in tlooin Peach trees have len In the fish's head.: There was a I After trnsnctljis. routine coirpany, as a missionary at I-Chow.Fu I own people <
says the Kt-j- West .
paying 1 in advance will receive Inter Ocean. .Aa
1 Ik "l l llooni (or the last throe weeks andl strenuous objection from the fish when business, a drill In the slroets wa. Tung province
a year's; uta>cription for $1.50 i soon a* the name Key West Is meo-
'I l
everything !poems to be growing rap ,,, be found .that the "bait" was cot to be ::ifn"Ihv company lor its captain, J. :Mr. Farls. In c '
: aid 1I1x.lLOr.tbs'. tttbscription for 7i | turned to a resident of the Eat Coast
Idly. With tbeoods full of mockingbirds used i :
1 Frank .TaulI"n.I Metropolis reporter, was so
rents. This is a liberal discount to in- | he at once wants .o know something '
sin du;{ in their usual sweet way Then the tarp dived into his! native I lug on the subject that It i j .
loss rtncUy. advance payments.. I j about the rail"(11\'I t., Key West
it really looks as ''f summer was nearly element and swans leisurely to the on- j MEDICOS ELECT that a rev tub of hU
i OFFICERS. Some few of theta
people have
't} COMPARATIVE DISTANCES, with us again. posite end of the tank. Mr. Naethlng would be Interesting and ; eonceived -

.w, __ -... __.. ___. ______ '| the Mea that the buildingcN.. -
I 1 I sn,ilod and K-ok In the slack. A trenteuduus I In view of the great Int '
: t From From Dade
1 I I I h County Medical Society Held an i the road to Key West will detract from'the -'
Fort I From FeyTe i iMiuoij I THE OLD AND THE NEW. jplashing! announced that now by the people of this I I
I jfimra We.- I Important Meeting Thursday East Coast, while others believe It ,twill
the to hen out to nearly everything Oriental. I
tarpon was trying
:
.
t j' caIu I )II... !!I. 'j simply add to Its :tttracUve .
I eeL .
KaG :-.: 7 j;:- >ii I.|::-.-.-:-. Editor Har\ey of Helper's Weekly sea i I At he meeting of the Hade County Rev :Mr. Faris went to I Of the latter

Miss,. ...... ....' 11: :;n8. !IIacans. i! seems.to boll to the opinion that there For a sol! minute the fish held his : which is one of :hf II opinion are all those'who'have
>> .. ... ..., .. ..\ .' 191 < 117 | Medical Society held. Thursday afternoon i iI loked carefully Into the matter C -
UWttuOClmifae .:.. nha...... .'11 t\OC .S7 f has been little or no Improvement in ; own. .Mr. Xaethlng's rod bent nearly i 1 of the province of
flaps iiaJ'\Mo ..... e:7 i.6 611tai'ntnreo. I I at the office( of Dr. E.V.. Push and studied results '.
,
pis ", t i newspapers in the last twentv years. double. The line stretched the length the follow : years ago.

'I tvn....M J-_..... 11... I eV 168M2 Such an opinion Is worth nothing InI ,I of the tank taut as a piano wire. Tho the Ins officers were. elected for ;,! The city has a I The construction of the railroad to -

cn trtstope I I I ensuing rear: Key West is such
.. face of the facts. Let anybody 000, and Is a novel proposition
Kav-AoWni", f,77 i comparethe fish was swimming on his back tidyIng surrounded by
ft&I J.......... .. .. I 11KI ; 161 I I' President M. Jackson Jr. that the work'In Itself will Induce
f. tta..atP.Ltuas1&sod.L..t CMm file of aa average newspaper of { hard and burning up the water. Vice.President T. j wall thirty feet high.
I.... .... S. Kennedy. i: many visitors to come and lee IL '
with the fie of The
twenty years ago an Inside of two minutes the tarpon Secretary and greater pVinlon of ( '
TreasurerV. S.
The route lies
i average newspaper of today and he { seemed to slide slowly toward the flsh- Gumh i'1 live witjiln cities and across numerous sea
FRIDAY. MARCH 10 1905. | I girt Islands whose
green foliage IIvOl'llant
t will the difference and the lages. The agricultural as
readily ree Mr.
erman. Naethlng smiled and took I
Censor for
.. one year-W. D. Hush j in
-- Improvement. And the farther back : in slack. Half way down the human I to their farms to labor during mid-winter as It Is la v

Colorado had to have a great ref. -, one goes tbe greater the difference. { fish tried to swim away.. Twenty-five Delegate. to State AssoclaU"uS.. j i iGramllng. and returning to the village spring, and In the warm, placid water

i lictons revival before it could get Its Compare with the newspaper of twenty pounds or so of pull on the line soon Dr. Jackson I I This custom was brought every variety of fish will be visibly

Hind i off the election frauds. was seiectedto read a from the car windows. No one In this ,
the modern isi the cities were walled In
newspaper checked
years ago him, and once more he slid
I the
I
paper at next meeting of the latitude
'i'I larger, contains more news, more gen- I slowly along helplessly churning up the depredations of brigands | can conceive the delight this tr
Henry dews, the Wall Street bull society and Dr. Skaggs was made an i novel trip will furnish to the
r! intelligence, more.matter of a lit- j the water with hands and feet. When })( i tourist
says money is increasing too fast. We j jiBiaglne I, alternate for the same purpose. from the Ice-bound States of the
J character cleaner news and edlI Mr. Farls rays that North
j erary within! five yards he gave up and paddled
Henry is setting a hook fort The next meeting of the society will Those who
I I t torials that In ability, honesty and fairness In a very tired fish. very rare: but r' bberle* are come IS far South as Palm
be held at the office of /
aciera. Dr. Pugh on the Beach
.- '' of expression, breadth of thought Mr. Naethlng will be In Miami about mon. The houses .)f the .l>' and marvel at the glorious climate ,
-a -- afternoon of April 6. '
I '
Tram the published picture of : range of Information felicity of expression the first of next month, and will go to |I mostly built of aim Jried of Florida have a great surprise
Fevr
tstleei of Johaa Hoch's thlnyoneit and simplicity and clearnessof the tarpon grounds with Capt. Albert EDWIN AUSTIN OLIVER i' have thatched roofs, store for them when the boa bore.guides 't

have tile roofLIcho..Fu them over the.beautiful Islands
language will not suffer by comparison Helnkle as guide.
I'i- it la eviVnt that be man with those of thirty or fifty 1s situated oa the gait Th<* is as great a differ..
Isr "Xrf e" and nut for isauty Famous "Joke" man of Yonkers Stattt-
ago. and Is sarroaa<4 by licit between the temperature rfthtst ,.
years .
In Miami.
a A SERIOUS OFFENSE. .man.
The newspaper of today has never land. The nearoit kills a, Islands and Palm Beach aa then fa 1
fieaator -
DolUver. of Iowa thinks -
It less miles sway. The city is on U between Palm Beach and the'drolh
sad and civltHaUon" ItIMIQM been equalled In the past Is Among the
go together. prominent arrivals Is
Stealing and Destroying Obstruction
of the I river ( >\" .
prnoounre
partisan less personal more tolerant
as though chI lzation sometimes the city Friday Will Edwin A. Oliver -
Lights Reported Here. does considerable Dnrtng the recent free: which ...
and better Informed. la the language
$ runs Into mud.Lawsoa of the Yonkers Daily Statesman. Yon*.
j. r Questioned as to the veloped the balance of the State la lee
of one of the ablest and brightest of
.p N. Y. who Is
el-s. now on his first
all newspapers, the New York Sun: Mr. W. L .Kemper, prominently Identified 'asses, Mr. Farts said the snow the temperature at I Key ,
Tom is already posing as a visit the Florida East Coast and a
Jlo
-In all respects It will be found better with the laying of the new waterworks poor but thr ttv Ho says fell to 44, tad even at that the
en of "Jack the'Trust Killer. We guest at the Royal Palm. Ute all
system In this city\ complains American famUv throws away for cold weather was brokea., '
LtJoe it will not result In the reverse better, written, more comprehensive others Mr. Oliver is charmed with
In its range of intelligence, more of the stealing of lanterns placed by to keep two CBBCS: :amll'tI.Iost :: Is a rare thine for the temperature J
efthaC this section and says that he never '
i, mature in Its judgment, more rational the workmen around and about excavations realized before that there was such a of the i>eoy>!1., are fall below CO in the winter or.rise

Congress Baker oared his colleaguesto j as a guide of public opinion more accurate and obstructions necessarilymade spot In America. He will remain here farming and use very 90 la the summer

and unavoidably left over night pleraents. little better: !l The tourist who has not visited Kq'eat
Information and generally
expel him from the House of Representatives. i in Its two or three ,,weeks during which

If be gets away like that more deserving of respectful consideration. for the purpose tt giving the public time It Is probable that be will make I those used In tha Mma of .' \ and the Florida Keys,ha much t

,a'eIn they will probably turn the hose I Ibim I It Is in the last twenty years notice of danger. A number of these lulls to Nassau and Cuba especially J| harrows have xo seen teeth: learn about .the climate of Florida ,,,:I.

pa ; that the greatest material advancement lanterns Mr. Kemper says, have been the former place. I drilling to plant grain the be comes over the new tallroad

in this stolen In the last few nights, while they use his 1'0 or Key West
has been made countl"1.and ,
o
Mr. Oliver! Is one of the foremostof
the in the others have beenfound broken and de1mollshed ': points or feet, as they are
i A Keotuck engineer has been detailed coincidentally progress joke and terse writers in Americaand
| Intellectual I apparently for no other than there and re-iutrf two mn Are We
to euperintsnd the con..tructlon.of critical taste and the appreciation It Is mainly through him and his j Degenerating
a malicious purpose. i animal-usuallr a cow or a e
t'a dry dock. We don't see how a Ken- j of the American public has I writings that the Yonkers Statesman Instead'I -
has This offense Is carrying wiih It se-1' +| | to do tblr'orlt.: I Metropolis: :
twit) colonel: can be useful In connecUCB i been not legs. A great public I Is today one of the best known and
I vere punishment, for the person guilty'I I Only the ili-h far mm use I
with anything that Is "dry. grown up with critical abilities and I: most popular papers In tho country Parricide as, a custom of society
1 which of the act of stealing removing or i the small ones use a narrow not exist amid the '
requirements distinguished onlyI I I most depraved:
Ills non de plnino Is Ed. I. Torlalle

The prosecuting attorney in charge I a relatively small number twenty destroying lanterns place as a signal j, He has written many short stories, I,is cow or donkey or AS Is on earth. In order to Sad'si.

of Senator Mitchell's case is emphasizing -i years ago. Onr own voluntary corres. against danger becomes as dangerous I which have been widely circulated case, pushed by 9 man ; traces of It we must go bach to' .loc

I the fact that the Senator recelvd pondence from every part of this Un- to the public as the common criminal ; Their animals consist o\ c.. Stone Age-say a million of years ,
them
{j most of originally appearing In' .
.
I
his first political lessons from the ;i ion affords Impressive evidence this who steals with a murderous intent j 'I' keys and water buffalo and ",
his own paper. He baa made several I
Pennsylvania Republican school! 1! progress. It exhibits greater and wid- Then, too In case of an accident to trips to Europe and his letters of try of chickens, Incas, :*nj Anthropologists hoped that this rile, .

.. -o---- better Intellectual any pedestrian while the lights are not Doth animals' eat poultry & In human .
-
( er literary dexterity, travel which have appeared in the I I nature had been total y

Tbe editors of the Congressional training and acuter criticism. In burning around such holes or obstructions Statesman have gained for him more, and of poor itock. eradicated. That It should crop out,, .,',

,:. fiocord are confronted .with the necescity [ keeping pace with the more exacting the water works company becomes than a local reputation. In 1896 he, The prod cUo". of the ) as the first fruits of'the Johaa'

i. of issuing a Sunday supplement liable for damages upon the I winter wheat which Is
demands of this brighter and more ezi was entertained: at the Marlborough University Is startling. It r- -

t tt the report on the pension bill Is to j i tensUe enlightenment, or rather in charge of neglect of duty tuiW a laxityof House London, by the Pnnce of I In November and harvested proposed to absolutely knock the

'. Is that kaoliang or kaihr core. the
The situation will
be published. care. one
which has a'
;, leading It, the newspaper, Wales, now the King of England. man's brains out with atone
I which Is used far fuel
bear the authorities ;
an investigation by
i been one of the most powerful factors I Mr. Oliver has been styled the "fatt when he gets too old to work
I Russia is hoping that the nuts cotton, auUnJ rice
powers effortto ,
and should make
I they an
I about this larger clvillzaj to chiorophorm him. This
,4 In bringing .! er of the conversational joke." Whilehe dis
will bring to bear herself potatoes. Thee also raise
pressure on locate and effect the arrest of such I '
tlon. has exhibited the development Is not willing to claim the dlstinoI itIon of Infirm parents saves ao, ,
and Japan for peace, but wants Japanto vandals. of water and mink melon
r that is made so apparent by a com-1 I I lion of being the father he there of botheration and Is sdenUfie. '
accept real estate In lieu of cash asa I say : and garden! pro-lut'n. The
parson such as that we have suggest- : the Johns Hopkins University de ,
i be some reason to believe that :
may i
war Indemnity. ;' OTHER REALTY DEALS | are excellent gaoteitis.; Mr.
eoV I '. This university has discovered
I j be Is one of the incubators. ]
4 saysThe
TIle New Tork court has decided !|, A generation ago a newspaper wasknown i: Cooley H Homer Roll Up $28X00, and i I Some of his paragraphic characters province of Shantung: years of arduous InresUgadoa,,

through the personality of its J. K. Dorn $40,000. j which are seen going the rounds are an old man cannot work a crop; .
K Html Hanna Elias shall keep the $GOO.- ( i I home of China's great sages, ,

10 editor. It.was a one.man affair. The i ____ {i "Crlmsonbeak and Yeast" "Patiencej requires a youth to follow the lone
t received Goat John It. Platt. I cins and Menelns. fill: :
'modern is confined to no 1 1i The activity In real estate still D.moat.4
newspaper con- "Bacon and mule. Therefore Q. E.
Hansashe is rather better In financial j Patrice Egbert. that contain their Libel ara

9 transactions that Mrs. Casste Chad- i' such llmlfk It is an entity; the product I Unties and deals of more or less magI I Ii 1 "Jack and Jill," and "The Observer! of from I-Cbow-Fu. ,. }

with, of varlwts trained minds In.I nitude are reported daily. Events and Thing." I It would seem rMiiral that Educators have known for some

which the personal equation is .elim-1 i I Besides those reported by J. H. Ta- I I that there was something wrong
--o- pie surrounded by such rt 4I

t Ae Oklahoma and Indian TerritOI"1a(41 ,! Inated. a more thorough and complete. 1!I turn & Co., and published from Umu ,i i, HOUSEKEEPERS CLUB. China's religions philojpherfc I that university. Some of the

+v their' public journal. to time In the Metropolis Cooley .11 ,i I (>nts la History wrote a series
to hare: a curtailment of be. very xealous In tael ;
-0COMPLIMENTS-- I;! Homer announce some big sales aggregating -i j Elected Officers for the Ensuing Year r hi..toriralr08mJ.hlet. that were pub-'
.
"liquid privileges" they are going toe Mr. Fads says that such U :
$28,000.: One of these is the Last the Bureau of
Thursday Education
i by
try to makeup for it by giving everybody OUR BOB. j 1 case. He san women are \ : _.
i Bale of the two story brick building on : We remember the pampbleta'OIa
the right to practice law. Thereis I | ous In their religions :
Twelfth street occupied by Clarence The annual of officers of In that
election Georgia" aa
Hi-thins like evening things up. aiH-ahing: cf Congressman, Robert \V.Davis : {i! are the most difficult to i I gave v-\
i Cook as a saloon and which brought the Housekeepers' Club, of Cocuanut i '( of the school of Dr. Waddell. ;
0- of the Second: Florida district Christianity. \
.
I in the neighborhood of 112,000. Gro\e. was held at the club house at' ; blessed memory. Nearly every one" !{
A Georgia c-ditor Is surprised to : the! Washing Pest "( a recent date '! 'i Men do not visit! the J
i J. K. Dorn has also sold since last : that place Thursday, and all of the oil the Doctor's students became a di.I
k.ssn.that General Milt- did not pos- i!l says: I i cept on high feast days, _? |
a Saturday several bay fronts and business officers except two-Mr*. Crockett : man. Does this Interest .
, sells tact' enough to refrain from disfOKKiBE !I A veteran Sn.irtu'ra' Democrat, who I ; two or three times a yea". I
houses and 570 acres of land near and Mrs F. Coleman Rush, who do- 'I reader?. Listen. The pamphlet
r I j the city, the8lues for which the property ( lined ofllcp-belns: re-el'-cted. Bjr ale | this fact: The boys became
&n two 1.lt.Lh'll itiles must indulge in' tiros to private Ufa at ta. *lose of I they are more easily con\'(> I! 4
t
sold aggregating $10,000. jiolntment a seron.l vicc-presiJeut\ was :
members
-taik end having his picture taken.u this; session in the perwin gf Ttepresentatlve :, Christianity than the women.There governors judges ,
I Riverside loss are selling quite rapidly added to the fIt..r. the election n 3111:- | congress and could never speak of R:
!
-- Robert W. Davis Florida tinBttera umples in j j jFu
i several having changed hand his 38 follows: old! man except In tears. The his-, "11.
't"b naval. cadet who claims that he I! Small as the Florida delegation If. It !' and the form of worship i
yesterday und today the ownl.'u.ott'&srs. 8hlenl-lrll. S V U Carpeiite-, proceeded to detail the K
L. teft the service bemuse be four.d it no I has been one of the most industrloti-! : in placins: a ll-jhte'd taper {' : i i j log ca .r;:,
J. H. Tatum & Co., having First \'iI.t'I'rN.iltDt-olrll C'. Pen' and gave If we remember
plM: for' a. moral gentleman setae from the South in doing things for Wol, and Mhle burning Inc(>
lea exceedingly busy executing the cork. i dimensions of the dining
kneel! with
bimfelf ifgaa.se. a fraud and a bn.o- :, Florida people. Since Mr. Davis en- i heir faces to the r'.gbU"1
traufer the Serond VKT rrr'II..ntlfs.! :Man
Among r.urchai
papers. i to an Inch but not
a cote. There" aregentlemen of the i j ter Mi: Coc-ress eight years si;.) foe i nO thr'iu :U a forn o! prayer.Mr. ,
Mr. W. A. Dade the well lute
-ra are !
j highest moral character: In' tbe navy. 1 Ula's two Senators and two M"mlK1 s. \ F.I rls gays; that -.b':- Dr. Waddeirs ,:
i known commission man, who bought 'rr.aslu'r-llrs: Douglass.' 'i ii i All the pamphlets like this" .!,
end naval officers as a class are the I) have secured many hundreds of thou clans are rrliiii-ij 11.g ea ap Ire
II i lots 11 and 12 in block 13, on Thlr- S.'r.taryIrs. I lay den. "
ranch Ole can send a bright boy to the
to by ( .
class. td'"II\.rr-
ptt-rs of gentlemen of any sands of dollars for river and harbor I I i
j twuth street: :Mr. C. B. Rose, lots T Custodian-Mrs. Phone. oue meiuO'ri that (''' \ : Hopkins University and he will
t improvements number trf
a public !i
good
and 8, block 16; and to another partythree On account of the Fair nest week '
"
The Russians have now learned to buildings, and have collected from : C.OOO years l before the I tI j away with a. head a million of t'
| | choice lots on Twelfth street. :> no meeting will be it Is wnprf.-r that! thick. He straight back to
their sorrow that Kurokl Is not dead, :s the Government over a million dollars | no the class I I goes t
:Messrs. Tatum ft Co. have also sold though the pnuual tea will be served! as Confuclonist sl.o'nli have stone as*.
i still liveth. The Czar can also re- for Florida :
but an old Indian War claim 1
his I j i for Mr. M. D. L. Tifft the south 50 feet on the ICth. The club is now in a (convictions! LJ deeply i i Now this presiding genius goes to 4
of statement that
; ahse the falsity As one of the barJe.t workers in j ji
r defeat |> I I I of lots 1 and 2, block 77, to Mr. D. H. II I jHowd more prosperous and rtourl hing condition I them. Though .hanrei are j| charge of a mejtcat college. He Jy
Kuropalkin would !" Oyama ..t.MQJldeD. i Congress Mr. Davis bas rontribntedhis I: I
of Patterson, N. J. This property than ever before. 1 taking place now. probably teach the boys to IIIea'i
Bad reckoning and poor soldiering share toward the ""e1 known successes I .
contains a residence and adjoins The men are inquisitive as I II a man's fingers, to count every f.
to be responsible farRussia's of
seems his delegation He has spoken -
I the small hotel building ownedby By the Tonic Route. I people, and heir \ In his head* to get the exact dV t
downfall seldom, but always to the point,
Mr. Howd.The The pills that act as a tonic and large number err glV:[!, u<> of his hinder parts and then
and never for buncombe. The retiring 4
P not all a drastic rurge, are DeWItt'sUttle of their b'ip rio.My. \'e him his diploma. Blessed col' :
1 l
Oklahoma and Indian Territory begin : Florida
member hai msd3 no enemies Senate undoubtedly feels hat
Early Risers. They cure headache The dom i:lc life or the .' Blessed age. "H.
to realise that so many grafting i during his foe terms, and his Judge Swayne Is guilty of enough I j 'I;
constipation, biliousness eta '
says are UII.l. r gojt + c. P. i
mason are pressing before Con-. friends are many on both sides: of the grafting to warrant his impeachment I *
[ Early Risers are small easy to take I Parents ate affectionate
gross at every session that It la difficult center aisle. He Is one of the! tew men do think i iI
but
they r.ot "grafting" ought
and easy to act-a safe pill. Mack children sad while" there Is j jj The reformers In several State leg
to get a meritorious thing like a i in the House whose return to privatelife I to be the excuse for giving the judge I'I'I II I ,
Hamilton hotel clerk
I at Valley: City j al or legal restraint on poly j are trying to administer "civ
Statehood bin fore said Congress will be loss the careful I I
s to and I
and thenit the toe of a boot else some of them N. D., says: "Two bottles cured sue of I Is very Httl Iniiiiged it. In ] service reform" la homeopathic ,$

uatfl about adjournment day. huftlneps-llke consideration of legislation. will be In tile same proJicament very chronic Fold Biscayne I the
(I constipation. ty I Chinaman reserves the I at first We are afraid that it;
too late. '
i* I
soon.
Drug Co. things with the Crucrslan. far as they will evef get.


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TRICK RIDER COMING. OUR SCHOOL AND SCHOLARS I boats with a draft of five feet and lei I;I!f TO PROMOTE MOTORING. -
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t to hare a safe Inside route to K<' ,,
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To Miami and Dade County to Mak e<< What Transpired in This Instituti n West and whch" ; will do away wit h i Miami Motoring Association Formed : "" 1.T4 ....."L... .l : .l. H yr.k 'h

Hit Future Home. cf Learning Last Week the rl .ky outside voyage by way i 01 t Thursday. .:J'f. : r
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Among the novel freaks which tho. fntrre hart W(,,'k in hp pub,c This route will \>t- of an especial a,1., |! In ke.ping with" sports aquatic: and \' 0(' I "\ .' it -- .T- ;, ,'
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March winds hare blown this"ay, II I : s< LiK>l was c-< nlt.r.'d on! lh- stork f.>r i' vantage to huiiwlHuts and the smalh r nib, rwlse and realizing that tho wa- .. ,. .'I.. ,. -.. .-': ;;7t ,,... ..U.'lV'r ,, '! ,'1'1'0

one Waldo E. Lyon. a trick bicyc I e the s rb-,,'l l exhibit nt the lade! Count:!' ,, yachts that u'eo'agl's,: to Key Vest | tcra of Blseavno! Bay afford bettor faci'is r.k r.kt J '\'"'.-' ..-.... J .-a- ::'::;;,.::r ; ,

h'4a liter, 'Who Las made his! way by_th(t Pmr this ""'i><'1., :IB.Iheh will cons: I-1 I and other POintS oa the southern coast I !! ': ant sdvantas: for motorboat ."- r.. I I ',I, '. I '." ... v" r1 .
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cxwllenrv of his exhibitions to 'al 1!I I i>n-,' :.!ojt Hf'jbjys on th.- fntu.e i Th rouse w.ll; be between the mail. 1 moms and other similar contests, ami i ; ;; i !Ii ";! "r _.of'6. ...... '. 5f'; ... :' ''S.' 1' 1 I .

I parts of th" t'nlted Slat'''s, and *h n ; of ::,final!, amt afro! an xtittit! of reli!,;f' land and the keys all the way down.; ''In lure with the clomps: of others at t- ... ...I"t". "',.,", ..',.(10'.:: .......M; ,,. > -..;;. .X. ........"'.". ,..., -:,-::;..i.!.:. ;;
ty makes the l boast that a 23: -cent pjw(, nu >. i I and will, IIP through some of the maRl various places<< along the coast a uum J s T It.;!' .t..e!"..-s r .. ;':" .' -"<;10;
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'y cannot !>. Ia(,1 epoa the ordinary stz':I I Tlinoys and girls of the schoo,1 ; Ireautil'i! .'<-. n. rj on th.> Florida -- ..
4' map of the United States without cotring \,." | .T> liut-f .Ivrins the week drain" :; j j A part of tho distance will be througiJclih I rsi li< HU got together late Thursday, ; --. ;:- ,!.I. :- "-. .... ,'. ....... ;/. .,...... J. -Il! .. ,. .
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R a city here he has nut exhlbl.' ii jps 0:. :L-' L-r.s! nbuh 1\.11 be hI n. "Ii and Steamboat creel k, I afturnoon and! porffi'tod t the organization -. .. /II\ ;w: .iJIj

ft\ daring the ten or twelve years h e I: till' PSlutjlt.MeiJal: which .are said to IJ,> enchanting I Ir' In I of the Miami! J.u. .ring .\-"nets 'Ti. -- '"-'__-_"- ..-- ''-. ...... .\ .,'. ,' \T" .... 'Ii.1,

t i ,has been out, says the Times Tn(<)n. ; w"'! !1)<' given to pupils oI their: b.'autv.I tin-:. hi\Ing: as its p1! sect th. promos! : -1' ..- --. '..-!: ; _. / \
#, But weary of his uanJerlLga anc I I Miss Mae Ingram teacher of es.pr es-I;; It is oat known just how long i 11 i lug of motorboat racing on Hiscajno ff.... ) ,... "- -. -:-- .' "- --. .1> 'f )
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l .. delighted with Florida! as a piece 01( shut and [hrtiral ruhuiv in an oratorf '-1 I will take to Jrf'Jg.- out this waterway. Hay every Reason. L, r/ "au ..1..1.r'v; r'. ": .:...v, Un.1..J :..... .".."'..,.".".
Y residence, Lyons Is on his way to Jl 1.. lUlp; i 1 mnokt to talc! iila('e commence -1 I but It Is "P..lp.1 that It will be conijple'ted 11 W. Merrill the .,mf'l'r'-t and popular \ '
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Jj ami. when ui u> 10 use some of the!: ". Wf.,<,k. The iirtlinJuary 'ontei'tl i! Burin\ ,h.- year and will bet manager of the Koynl palm hotel :,"' .. ,44 t.oJ'! u .:1 u". 14'n j. '.! tn&v.p.ut eta- .

surplus capital he has accumulate.I for :speakers) places In the antes trpaly I for the nw of the t large nun. and I who is Bn eu'huKia /*>n boating: "f'I- t the-tt"-r et: l at t' t- J -11m.:;

.. during his wanderings in growing;n. will take place Friday. March :31.: berof Kr.rii! ac>l plt-nsure craft that i called the meeting to order wed prpsMed tK.\

ttablcs.in Dade county He says Hit: The mot'.als: are given\ byV.. Mo' J [. will rt-nrtfiXinis at Miami next:: ""nlntei' as chalrmau. Mr. llern'l sta't-l l Snde: att : '" VehiGes:

lie means business, and 'that he is I t 'I Hurlin<< thiircian! of tbA Dade count r t': as hoy have this.Pleasant the object<< of the meeting: and the pleasure | .
i I t and It J-ness r'ifs"t
w make :Miami his home for keeps.r board of public instruction and May< r and interest to be defiud from : .

r His wife! Is Vtilh him on this trip,, John Seweli. ; and Harmless. such ctntesi : ,'rrr.nit.s. u, in putliTi'4:: it "Ir.. -. h.it ezp'Iwnre: rrovf'S that
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nsuncs.ateq.LOatl 1 .0. ltedm'toe.fl
vhicb, Is to be his last and they art! If there are others nhn would, 111 c 11..n't drug; the t-tumarh 10 cure a :1 The prooosition "et with th- IInanl.I ,, : .s .ers. j 'I''I't
I I i t ': l .f t'.u(' 1 "t PAR .. 11 !h.9'"i t.a- imJe your pur
seeing the bights of Jacksonville. liE, to encourage, oratory and elocution b)r i j rousb One M!II1U':' Cough Curve cuts |. muus support of
wu here In 1S9G, and tho press gav, I g1Ing a medal or a thounaud duds r' iho mucus'; ..Iaws the inllacuation the or ;anll.lJonas! i...rfted with Cu'nti'n a,. n"td! wo tidmgui oar 1 ietiu.+. 1hat'vl1y .o 15 .

4t him a good bit of advertising at thatime. bank note, they can confer with 1'rc. ;Jof the throat, lungs and bronchia I i the following officers: handle the htmMiaLrr! bi:?. ,
; i Oo you ned vm. lUng? Let OP Hsnr im It with f
t, Monday at' 1':30: o'clock in fron 1 Hall or Miss Ingram. j tulips, heaN. soothes and cures A F. T. nu.lse. ;: President ?

: of the Windsor Hotel he Is to give an Mr. Frank Jcrn.jjan< a North Carolina I (,111(1. cure fur croup and whixipinI j S L. l'allpraon-S.'er"lary { J. i. Hellas: & Gf: 415 J2ih! SL Miami, Fla.. .
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i exhibition o'f trick riding and is to pedagogue, and uho was a pup::II I I cciii;h. one Minute: Cought Cure re- j ('. H. Garth.! .>-Treasurer (4| .-)-p qvn-.p.p...,. iml ,....,4T. ,. ,"rt..Mf"r ..f... .t -.01'"'... ,.p.-.1....s.... .&..It.i..e.r n. ". ,'aJ..rh4..5_.. __ _5.5 ,

pass around the hat at the conclusiorIf ,' of Prof. \\'. W. Hall twelve years ago< lieges a conh in one minute because I., Board\ of Govl"rnors-II W. Merrill 11: : .:": :"S.-cr'" =f.s .. 1

d he bears oat his reputation the pet Is in Miami and paid the school a It acts first en th! mucus mt'mbraneright" M. II. Kellum, R. W Parsons Thomas

Y pie of Jacksonvlll ought to see an ej i i pleasant visit last Wednesday. here the rough troubles-in the' i OostlKan and John Sewt-ll. : t

cellent -exhibition of trick riding. throat or df-op seated on tho lungs f J.V.. Morgan, the well known race I t

.' -0- i Chamberlain's, Colic, Cholera and Dia 8ult l by Biscayne Drug, Co. i I promoter, was made representative of I II Wilson Flye

Champion Uniment for RheumatltrChan. |I rhoea Remedy. I 1 thf Bhsotlution In New York. I Ii

? 't .: Drake, a n.all carrier at Chsplnrtlle. I HER CHINESE COOK. i| It was also decided by tho asso"fa-i i
| The great success of this prepan' 1I I
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'' '. Conn. says: "Chamberlain' tion to order at once from Tiffany, In : DIALKBS IS
i Uon in the relief and cure of bow I I
Pain Balm is the champion of all Iln!. I | Charged with Poisoning His Mistress, !! N w York a valuable silver cup to be I
complaints has brought it into almosI
LOel: ts. The past year I was troubled' I I t 1 Mrs. Stanford. !! coutestpil for next season, the cup to i Staple Groceries Fruits
I universal nse. It never fails, an d I _____
; rbeumatlsm :
great deal with in m;) | remain on exhibition throughout the ,
I when reduced with water and sweet-
shoulder. After trying several cure j i San Francisco, March 3.-TO I erred, is pleasant to take. It Is equal,, I prov'l
TOBACCOS
the storekeeper here recommended .1 i Call publishes a dispatch from Hololu ing an Incentive. and )
valuable for children and adults. FOI I
this remedy and it completely cured j Ilu which saysthat Miss Eerner, who the races and Miami. I
sale by Red Cross Pharmacy and all CIGARS
k me." There is no uee of anyone suffer ) was Mrs. Stanford's: secretary, has Besides motor boat leg, the associa AND

*:. lag from that painful ailment!;" when medicine dealers. i named Ah Wins, the cook at Mrs tion covers autotr.oblltng and airship- I
Avenue D and 14th St. MIAMI FLA.
", this liniment can be obtained for i a I I Stanford's San Francisco home fort lag, and the probabilities are that a I ,

mall One gives CAVILL WINS THE CUP. tb' she track for the .l&n-tlUl-m
cum. application : twenty years as !person sits one wile speedway purpose /

: prompt relief and Its continued use for: I Swimmer-d;;: pects of placing the strychnine In the of hold motor car races will be
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'a short time wlU produce a perma Noted Dory to VIe! bl-carbonatc of soda taken by the de built near the city. It is also possible I

cent cure. For C sale by Red Cross tory Three Times. I I ceased. that airship flying will be encouragedwith I
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Pharmacy and all medicine dealers. I He and all the otheraervants of the the probability that the people of I ,

,,; i I Percy Cavill is not only .1 good: i Stanford mansion are now confined miami and tourists will be given some : Pierce & Hardie 1

DOOLEY'S TRAMP. I swimmer but he Is also one of the i j there by detectives until further or novel treats in this line next season. ; ,

.( -- best dory skippers on the bay and as, 1 ders. The promoters of tho sport are al1l;

i Measuring and Marking F:. E. C. Ry. !' a r.:.2ut he net call captured the rac: men that know not the word "fall." j 1 J HOUSE and ffi ; 4

b Trackage. I I Saturday afternoon but in doing eol 1 EDITOR ARRESTED. I and with the enthusiasm and interest SIGN PAINTERS *
I I I made It his third winning raco of th -
il I manifested In the project by them II |

Mr. A. A. Dooley who was chief season, thereby capturing the hand, 'j Russian Journalist Imprisoned for aMoral I nothing but success can result |
Avenue C North of
I' ] National;Bank ,
some silver trophy offered by th i
construction engineer on the.Southen cup : i Effect on Strikers. I
4 extension of the F. E. C. Railway arrived Royal Palm Hotel for the winner. o f i I To Cure a Cold In One- Day |

rjj In Miami last Saturday on foot, the series of racesorganized for this' I War>l\\ 2lartbThe police made i r
which regular season, i Take Laxative Brorao Quinine Tablets. i|
from Jacksonville. poHc.-and arc j a number of arrests during last night "

r Mr. Dooley'with an assistant Mr events. I including Stanislaus! Lubicesll, a promInent All druggists refund the money If f

Palmer, started from Jacksonville on In the race Saturday afternoon then i and well known editor. It is note It fails to cure. E. W. Gro\' 'S signature Want

the 11th of last January on foot for were five entries, Ca, ill sailing th believed he is connected with the agitation I' is on each box. 25c. ( We ver row er
his favorite of the fleet and A Guaranteed Cure For Piles.
the purpose of measuring the mileage A Jar: movement, but it Is thought his ,t

k of the F. ETC. Systemwith. a thaln. to covering the course-four miles-li arrest was ordered formoral effect '

r Its terminus. 44 minutes and nineteen seconds, with The military and police have been I Ex-Goiernor'Boutwtll, one of the- IN THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS. '.

Since leaving Jacksonville he, with the other boats and their captains! Cn largely Increased andthey are now chief managers;: In the impeachment .;(
trial of Andrew Johnson, who was acquitted
R his. assistant have measured all the ishing as follows: stopping and searching persona in the II .
trackage, of the road as far as Miami G Jax. John Roberts master.44; :SC: streets for revolvers and other fire died thirty-seven! years after : Florida Vegetable.- complete manual of Florid crop. v
46 20. on the day that Judge Swa\ne was ac Florida Orar ea.-or special Interest to
Including sidetracks, switches etc. I Jax, Taylor, master, ; arms.A orange rowtra.
When the measurement has been F Jax, Pierce master, 46; 43. I i quitted. "Florida Straw herriN."-A Booklet on "Soil Varieties CnltlTaUoa ia, e

completed the road will have one o( D Jax, Harrison, master, 50; 30. Chicago Alderman Owes His Election I --o-- Fertilization." -D

4 .""the. most complete: mileage easare- The race was started promptly at: to Chamberlain's Cough Has Stood the Test 25 Years. ;, Irish Potatoes."-A Booklet on "Soil. Seed Planting _aj Cultivation; lit*.

I ments of any In the country. As the 3 o'clock in a light but favorable wind, Remedy."I I The old, original-Grove's Tastelesst of Fertilizers, Digging and ShIp PI11&"

nations were not far apart, he did not the boats getting away well together I II Pineapple to'erUJlzint.or/ Interest to pineapple''twers.. ..
know what
Chill! Tonic. You are
you
have or need any camp equipage. and remaining closely bunched can heartily and conscientiously I Ideal Fertilizer*"-Book showing all oar different *,-analya, prlesri
taking.! It is Iron and quinine In a':
throughout the fuce. recommend Chamberlain's Cough Rem I etc. '
tasteless form. No cure no pot>. 50c. .II '
A Safe Cough Medicine for Children. Owing to the close proximity to I' edy for affections! of the throat and New and'RelIed Editions of the above Just published, tent free for the sakta lc

't 'In buying a cough medicine for the closing of the season there will lungs," says Hon. John Shecick. 220

.children never be afraid to buy Chamberlain's not be another cup offered this season, So. Preola St., Chicago.\ "Two years I All NOTICE persons concerned OF EXECUTRIX.will take no- \WILSON & TOOMER\ FERTILIZER COilPAHY t

Cough Remedy. There is though special races will be sailed ago durln ga political campaign 1 I ,
I tlce that six months after date: I willt
no danger from.it and relief Is always i every Saturday afternoon for the next I caught cold after being overheated), I I present my final accounts and vouch JACKONV1LLE. Fla. ,;

cure to follow. It Is especially valuable few wee s. nhlLh irritated my throat and I was I estate :
the of John
era as executrix of x
Chase & :
for colds, croup and whooping finally compelled to stop, as I could j I.1. Harden, late of Dade County deceased ZSstaaa.e3r: : Agents, '
cough.; For we'by Red Crow Pharmacy State of Ohio, City of Toledo, (n) not speak aloud. In my extremity a to the County Judge of said' 2>Mtnmi: Fla.. ,
uiowx & MOODY
r and all mediclee dealers. Lucas County. friend adtlscd me to use Chamber and for final discharge STOCKTON: nilADFORD
county pray my : ,,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he lain's Cough Remedy. I took two I Cutler Little River.Y
t as executrix of said estate.FLORENCE
HAVAN AHAS .BIG PROJECT is senior partner of the firm of F. J. doses that afternoon and could not P. HADES P

Cheney & Co., doing business In. the believe my senses '" heu I found next I Executrix Estate of J, J. Haden De- +

Vltt. of Mr.. H. M. Flagler There'. May Cite of Toledo County and aforesaid, morning the inflarration had largely F ] orida :Laan.ds:
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Mean Much. and that said firm will pay the sum subsl. 1-14-Cm

rsif of one hundred dollars for each and f day, kept right on talking through the I i 1 ,
We have: some: rare bar ai sin impro\ed
Last Thursday the Metropolis told every case of catarrh that cannot be campaign: and I thank this medicine I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. trig

q of the departure for Havana on the cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh that I won my scat In the council. i and unimproved properties, and invite ,

steamer Martinique of Mr. H. M Flag- Cure. Frank J. Cheney. This remedy is for sale by the Red Department of the Interior, Land correspondence' from those interested in

'ler, VIce-Presldent J. It. Parrott. of Sworn to before me and subscribedin Cross Pharmacyand all medicine deal, 'I Office at Gainesville Fla., Feb. 4, 1905. ''

and Sir William C. Cth of Deccmlr Notice is given that the following .securing Imrnes proves or business inter .
,i- the F. E. C. Ky. my presence, this day CT8. hereby .I.......
')Van, H+srn. Following their arrival UKAfsociH A. D. 1SSC. named settler has filed notice | ests. I !uue been in business here ever

.tl Press sent out the. followIng I (5E'81)) A. W. Gleason, Mrs. Chadwick on Trial. ..f his Intention! to make commutation since Miami's birth and! am in a positionto t

tai dispatch which, if true, means I Notary Public Cleveland, March G.-The trial of proof in support of his claim and that

Rt 4 that Mr. Flagler will, no doubt be Hall's Catarrh Curo is take} internally Mrs.
'promlti. nUy Identified with LnUdlrg I and acts directly on the bloos of the National BanMas laws I 0. Reill)'. U. S. Commissioner at his benefit of( ni)' know-It-dj as to what to'buy

and improvements of much import I and mucous surfaces of the system.Send began in the district court here today I office at Miami, Flay; on March 18,1901, ;'

: knee to the Cuban capitol and the I, for testimonials free. when counsel for both sides announced \iz.: William J. \>rom(', of Hotrestead ; E. A. WADDELL 1

= 4 '._ Island m general: F. J. Cheney & Co. TlledoO. themselves ready and the selection : Fla., homestead 3C391:: for the south 1.% X

Sir William C. :;Van Horn has arrived I Sold by all druggists, ':Sc. I of the jury was t -gun. During this I of sw 1.4 of sw 1.4 of se 1.4 section teal! INtatc: nroI.crlf11 I inJ... Mia mift la *

4! here, accompanied by H. M Take Hall's Family Pills for const !! Andrew Ca-negie tint-'red the courtroom C, township iji .south range 39:

Fla;:w: and Vice-president Parrottof ; patlon. i and \\ aub.odRoosevelt's pro redlas. i (rant and southeast 1.4 of southeast ,'A

(hi f.1orldl\'Easi. Coast iilwar.. and : 1-1 of section 1, township D7 south, Miami Bottling Works

others The .party visited Pres'dentPakaa NEW INLAND ROUTE. : : Nominations.: rove" C8 cast He names the followingw'itnessea

and made a tour of the city. j Washington, "M rch C.-Tha President to prove his continuous. res- \wAa & DICKINSON, Preps K

k 'They wlU proced to Santiago tomor I From Miami to Key West-Work atI (t today sent to the Senate a large!,: uleace upon and cultivation of said ,' I .
: 12th Mrert, Near K. I 11., Miami I K'!a I'
didder's Bank. t number of ct.iainations including all land, viz: .
row.Sir I I 'I I Charles Gos.man, of Black Point J ...
William Van Horn stated to members of his cabinet ex / .
present ., \r.r.
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the Associated Press that Mr. Flakier A work was begun this week at I kept Postmaster General \Vynne, to I Fla. ; /.. ;;t' ::

bad come on his Invitation, and while J Cudder"a Dank at the lower part ol which! place George B. Cortelyou was j i .U H. Nixon of Elack Point, Fla. All Kinds of y "f:.' ,;;\' '{.. I

he would be glad to interest! Mr. Flag Biscayne Bay thirty-five miles distant nominated. I William Anderson, of Black Point, A ,
I
.)er In his biff Havana hotel project, that will be of great Importance and I nn ,'\. &v"Xc ?;/
i nothing definite was being done In I advantage to smaller sailing craft I A Destructive Firs. I D. C. Brown, of Perrine, Fix Soft DrinksPrompt ', r>'>; S ? A?

.that direction. Mr. Flagler said to the in Miami waters, and those that visit To draw the fire out of a burn, or I W. G. Robinson Oat-of-Tcwn Orders Solicited. i
I Regiater.I Mtentlon to All Olden
Associated Press that while he was this port. heal a cut without leaving a scar use

not snaking prophesies, he though; If On last Sunday morning the East DeWltt's Witch"Haiel Salve. A specific -

fee carried out tho prject fur railroad Coast Company had the large dipper for piles. Get the genuine. :J. L- I DYSPEPSIA CURE

extension at Key West and a Quick- dredge of the Manetto Company taken Tucker editor of the Harmcnlier

car ferry for tbe passenger service to down the bay to didder's Bank for the Centre. Ala., writes: "I have used
K d r DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
r :Havana, others ought to undertake purpose of beginning work on an In DeWItt's Witch Hazel Salve In myfamily i
O 0 Tkatl.0 3 bce.contata. 2HUm.iti.M>liin.rilMUID 'hkassasw1oM..
the hoteL Mr..Flagler,vas Impressed tide water-way that will extend down I for piles cuts and boras. It Is Oty.f na LUOUTOIT M ;

.t :arltb the Improvement In buM&eas and the coast for about elghty-flv mfles, the best salve on the market. Every E. C. DaWITT & COMPANY CHICAGO. D.L

the asa-ocinc of Cuba since his last or to a point below Indian Key. '!'hIt I family should keep It on hand." Sold

;rlBtt. HT* yr an ao. channel when deepened will permit! by BUcayne Drag Co. Ask for the t 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar



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LIGHTS ,e time ; we know that ouix:' cannot be exi-elk-d 31O-312 Twelfth! Street. AV mFlorida! ( WI
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.' I '1 he fine horse owned I l-j )Jr I.i4ivi I., i'.. Ry. who has been in the hospital

":*T Key Western Arrived Here Tues- (: ', W!i.. h fill wlnlr in harm-h Hetherington Purchases an Inter. 1 One nt th> iiiuv i>ri>imn< nt I IK.ISOUS in C.reuit Court Thursday Is :it St. Augustine for a month returned 3

day Morning. at the corner of Ulcunth: ) xtrctt= _amiAtcue estin the News at That Place. | to unit Miami his i season and mduU" to Miami a few days ago.. Mr Brown:... I't
Still at Work. -. ,
I) while being driven to a jl] in sn fishing is Huron de RothsiMil., was operated 01 for appendicitis at the ::
Mr M. F ItHliPiipgton: formerly
\. ,(i.ig the prominent visitors from uriiau.t Saiiinl.i\ af'.nl>Niii. ilictl Sun ; the famous English financier hoI hospital and hung between life and

M -, \\'- ,.t iu arm.-- fast :Tw *
,J. .1. Fogarty ana: "Els wm, Dr. J. N..party is not known, but judging from us \t. < :ropoi! has purchased the interest ",1111.' down \\'i-iliu'day iiniinmrf' fioni wt Thllr-..h1Th..- .'ran < f Mr I Toinlin iu the 1-aKoIan I News, i .
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>l s>'n'ptoij's.! was probably beast trouble Palm Itenrh especially to indulge:! in :I! jury is still nt work but up to noonItoday
: and| 1 liMMed; there Ho: found that he I'i The :Miami City Directory, Issued .:,
h-' party has beeu': -v among or apoplexy. While it was lying on this sport. hail not handed In any true
| .. WHS unable to secure the Kentucky early by :Mr. Allan R. Parrish. and for Ss
'h* keys; U-tU'-on Jieu m. he Island the bill for the day. The foilonin!
r htrcpt Mr Granger who went to ? per.
Mr. Belmont and on<,> portion of the now the'hands 4 4era
p3p<>which he wanted and having 1905:;, Is in of the print
sty an' "fimrt hav!:!:., !Lad a delight1 I it to examine It, \a-s quite painfully I sons were indicted yesterday:
." : had an opportunity to go into (he bus. party went out on the yacht Clara, 1 1I I at Doljind, and will be out and
h. took :he-li side James Jones, assault with intent
trip y passr. kicked on the leg and knee. Th kick. to 1
miss at I-.iki.bnd !In partnership with I while Mr. Rothschild and others of ready for distribution at an early date. !
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-< .ge. i ;1.<,1 l g Mr. K. C McMulIen, ho did so. There the party fished from the Linnet TheClara's I III I The Directory this year Is larger, and R.
:arfI'; qumlti.s! offish. he in able tq walk about. i Jim Johnson, breaking and entering "
j'are no bettor newspaper men in thestate party succeeded In landing 7 I I more complete than err before.
The -rty tam up( on Dr. J"oary'sbandsonh' : I
than these two and being locatpil II grouper, one of them weighing; 14 ,
stoup, Alive. which ia among Big Potato Yield. !Nathaniel: Boyd I, grand l larceny I
> In a live and growing town like pounds and 1 kingfish weighing 36
fi* tine!>t yachts hailing from Key I As evidence of the profitable Those the Linnet Charles Robinson H. D. ALLISON Miami
west, I grow. | Lakeland, they will make things hum. pounds. on captured I
ins of sweet potatoes in this county Lakeland Is the old home of :Mrs. 1 barracuda weighing 35 pound 3 enter- I
for
',11'. J_ J. Foparty holds the responsible i I solicits your shipments
and section Mr. C. O. Richardson
Hetherlngton and therefore the more grouper weighing respectively 40, 20 :
position of cashier for WM.'nrry's : Robert John son, assault with Intent
I who owns the valuable property a few pleasant for them. Their many Miami and S pounds, 1 10 pound snapper and I J. Leverone" Co. Cincinnati, 0._
Sons he handles all the I to murder.
money j miles up the river recently dug 1C5 i friends will wish for them all the success 1 20 pound ,kingfish. ; C. F. Love" Co, Chicago.G. .
both coming and going for that Timothy Gllltard assault with intent '

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pounds of from Furman Co, New York.C.
; potaotes one vine morning started "
deserve the
and happiness they so richly Thursday /: party
tciictni.Dr. | planted last June. They were large s i and will join the Metropolis In again on the same boats, but the Idnnet's to murder. Wilkinson's Sons Philadelphia.a F
Fo arty is among the leading i Ernest Davis, assault with intent to r
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A Co Baltimore.F.
i and healthy, and Mr. Richardson is her T. H. Evans .
congratulating the good people of Polk engine refused to work and
j'fcjsicians of his has
: city and a large :, confident that 200 pounds or more I. crowd was transferred to the Whiz murder. A. Denlson A Co. Washington.

.r_ practice at home. : can be raised from one vine. county. like fate W. L. Burch, assault with Intent to REFERENCES: "'
but it seemed against
was
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The party will remain in the city murder.
I for she had been hut Wilson A Fly. Miami. ; _
a
them away
today and leave on their return trip I Yacht Felicia Here. Charles Reese, breaking and enter Commercial and
Good Catch. Banks
' Pretty short time when she too became disabled I'I Agencies
tomorrow. A very fine steam yacht, the Felicia
General Edward of the I .
Fitzgerald
ing.W. shipper everywhere.Stamps
and had return to the dock.
of Providence, R. I., came in to to
Vr. Gandolof, and old and expert- houseboat baa returned L. Burch is a white man, the : and Pads .
Bonlta Just on Application.
i the
tackle another boat .
ie of the Alice port Wednesday from Nassau. The Fearing to
j>ecd pilot, captain oaf others ant colored. will'I".
from a trip to the keys below here Investigate us and you ushare
decided to
Wt Felicia is one of thle finest yachts distinguished! guests spend
trip. The boy Albert Cox. arrested In this
where he has been of business.
entertaining a
your t
the ashore and accordingly took
that has entered Miami waters during day
and c\tYlOmc time ago for stealing a bicycle
Major MonUnt. Major McKlin
and went to the woods.
this The extent of its travels carriages
w. Nearly a Conflagration. Mr. Miller aboard his hoat. They had season. In West Palm Beach,. pleaded guilty -
were not ascertained, but It was at -
five days' fishing and In that time to the charge,and sentence was suspended

The woods caught fire at Lemon City caught 6 bonefish, 63 large barracuda, I Nassau when the steamer Miami PROMINENT VISITORS. by the court during good be CADupont's.

OB Thursday afternoon and came near started on her return voyage and havior. ;!
weighing from 25 to 36 pounds ? very I -
laming a disastrous conflagration in i those on board wishing to visit Miami, V,
large grouper, weighing from 7 to 36 Guests of J. E. Ingraham Taking In t'
tM little "m; ge. : the yacht followed the steamer to this I
pounds 6 muttonflsh 6 mangrove Advantages of Dade County The British schooner Hazel Dell, Livery-Feed,
One of the residents had been burning port. The commander of the Felicia
snappers S calvalles, 1 yellow angelfish from Blmlni, Bahamas, arrived in \!
Rome brush on his lot, and the was not acquainted with the entranceto
1 black angelfish, 1 hogfish, and port Thursday with a number of and Sale table *
fci .h winds prevailing blew the* Ore BIscayne Bay and decided to use Prof. W. G. Johnson, managing editor
4 porgies making a total of 126 fish immigrants and considerable fruit.
into the brush near the home of D. W. the Miami as a polo, which he did by of the American Agriculturist and I
She Is anchored off the terminal dock. Hastings, Fla
Moran. It scon spread and was fast following In sight of and In the track Thomas A. Barrett, treasurer of the I I

&rproachng bill buildings;: when the Yacht Roamer Returns. of the steamer arriving at the Terminal Orange Judd Publishing Co. of NewI I -

Tillage people pert-tiring the danger Commodore Henry Clay Roome re : dock at the same time. I York were among the prominent arrivals Mr. J. H. Randall, who .has been

tumod to Miami Monday aKcrnuon the night operator or the F E. C. Ry
bran 'combat the flames. By he- I in the I city Thursday Thi'se centitmen l Can supply anyone on

t rote work they succeeded In putting on the yacht Roamer after a visit to Elected Officers. are largely Interested In the at th' passenger' depot for several i, the east coast with .,

wt the lire, but Mr. Moran says It was Nassau and u cruise of several week j agricultural development of the South. months past, left for Amcricus, Ga, ; Mules, Hordes, IIsr-
At the annual meeting of the stock-
the Islands. The Com Thin ".!n"h..I'\' h. has accepted 'I ness and single or double
among Bakanu '
r rail him. of
close for editorial
and tour
&itry are making an I
hoMi rs of the Tropical Home Improve Buggies and Wag.
modore and Mrs..Roome alone a similar position. Mr Randall will
were : "
the Stale They h3'e'Islle' a number
L e n.ent Co, the following officers! wereelected r I one at reasonable price
A Bay Front Grapefruit.A on their voyage with, the exceptionof for the ensuing yearTreiiilent : I of places in Florida and stopper be succeodod at this place by Mr: I--
the crew. A most enjoyable time Roberts.
at Palatka where they have a truck II
I Mitchell I). Prkt1'1: ('(' I
splendid specimen of the seedless during th.oyag and while on the : farm I I .
Write
President.; Fred S. Briggs/: : Secretaryand him at the aboJe address i iH.
tarifty of grapefruit grown on the islands is reported but all are gladto L. While here Prof. Johnson and Mr Mr: James French Dorrance of the
Treasurer Clarence
HiuVHeston -
bay front place of Mrs. W. X. Culbert- gel back to gayliarui.: I : Directors, J. I. Wilson. F. E.BrljJR t Barrett will be the guests of :Mr. J. E. I Palm Beach Dally News, came down I II

eon at Cocoanut Grove, was displayed ;i Ingraham, third vice-president of the this morning for the purpose of attend. P., BRANDING
:; M. i). Price, U E. Briggs, C I ,
t at the Metropolis office Thursday. The I Nuttall Goes Home. I., Hudilleston. 1E.. C. Ry., and In charge of the Ing the Fair and Incidentally to write

fruit was larsfe and healthy, and was I Joey Nuttall the world's champion I i agricultural Interests and property of i It up for the Dally and Weekly News !I AttonT MJ. CMSVBVAltettlM ,

I ray one of many growing on Mrs. Cul- swimmer, who defeated Percy Cavill l Still Going Southward. that company, and with him are enjoying He is much pleased with the various 'I. Proapt toMKUMS. Merest;

tortson's place, and which should be 'I in a mile race for the title two weeks : a ride over and an Inspectionof exhibits and intends to give Dade I D+/s c-cr State to*

efficient to dispel the idea anJ asser the adjacent country. So far they county and Dade county soil a big !
""i ago in I the Royal Palm Casino, left I The Martinique sailed Thursday West Palm Beach :: Jo'londARACKETSTORE

Hon that grapefruit cannot be grown Thllr..dafur New York, from which i for K'y"eRI and Havana with another are greatly please,I with this section. send-off.

on the bay front, but requires protected '
4 place h< will sail next Wednesday for I full berth of passengers and a

land. Mrs. .Culbcrtson will make an ondon. Nuttall Is very much Impressed heavy freight The agents here report Legal Paper.

otyibit of these fruit at the Dade with Miami and the water for
I that there Is no falling off In the
County Rair which" will no doubt prove swimming, and will probably return southward travel via the steamersof Warranty deed', \\. 11. Guthrie and THE

s vry attractive as DO finer fruit of the I I here again. He has been engaged by this line, which Is unprecedented.The 1IL Webber to f. T. Allen far $%50

i kind can be had In the county. 1 I the managers of the Hippodrome I bookings are heavy for the next part of w 12 of se 1.4, section/ 34, i
IS THE PLACE
I Sports at Blackpool England, the I two or three weeks yet, whkh will township 36 south range 43 east. I

'l Growers Becoming Interested. I coming summer, for the, purpose of ; make this the banner season iu the Warranty deed, Emma and William I !
falter Hawkins general:: agent of I -- --- -- f
exhibitions. Phlnecas White and Mark -
giving swimming I history of the P. -i O. Line. TraUs to

,. consolidated Fruit Co. with headquarters Cary for $:r..">0. lot 3::, block ::5: north jlIaml. j I

in JofKwm\. Is in the city ,i Rain is Needed. FELICIA PLAYED ANTICS.But I i New LacesEmbroideries it
and will tour (the county In the! Inter- _
00 Growers from the lower section of i W. C. and Cora W. Fogg to Florence
is*! of his conCt'rn.Ir.: Hawkins re- '
I the county
p'rts'that the growers are Becoming i and want of rain, and state that unless Reached Port First. Avenue D and Fourteenth street 124j:! !
much interested in the fruit companymd I -j' : 1i
rain Is had very shortly that the comIng I I 'T.O feet. I,
that it will the i
consign greater II crops will be materially set back J Passengers arriving from Nassau Warranty ileed 1, Gilbert S. Jenkins ,

portion of the crops grown In this i and probably injured. There has "" the Miami \\Vdnesdav report I,[ to Ella E. U>rlng for J.too: ; lot 13, Lake I,

county and bectioa.' He has just returned -, been bat very l.ght. showers throughout having had a moat pleasant and somewhat ,j Worth We are handling a larger variety { ,
front a business trip to :New: !
i Dade county for the past several i out of the ordinary passage occasioned Warranty deed Fort Dallas Land : of these this and
'Vfe York and other northern points where 'i' i goods year our
,, weeks and this complaint has been by the antics of the steam Co to Mary U Botsforl for 3.900 lot
be went to prepare for the marketing I i ''G I : prices are still lower. We have an
I general for some time. i yacht: Ff'lIl'la. which practically playeda ;, block I 121, Miami
of the fruit and produce his CGmpany I I : exceptionally fine lot of and I Ii
I !game of hide: and seek with the Warranty deed W C. mack to ; 5, /1 loc

will handle. I Work on Beacons. :I steamer the entire trip. 1 Mary Edwards for SITS, e 1-2 of lot i ';':: laces. \Ve will certainly save you t

It I Is reported that all of the bear j I The Felicia which is very fast and : G, black :1:: mirth Miami money. Call and get a fan.
Death of Infant. .
an cons that are being placed along the :: s.-awonhy, left Nassau 4 or :5; miles i Patent, Vtnted; States to Htnry B i -------- ---- --- J

k. Harry Orlando, little son of 31r. and ('hallDl'lln the lowor bay by the steamer I I behind the :Miami: but in a little while, Loot w 1.4 of section :31. township 13;

Mrs Calvin Gore, died at" the family Biscayne will be placed in positionby I I hail overhauled her, and then began south, range t 12 east

Ij hmot: Satnr.lay afternoon. The funeral next Saturday. The putting in of the rather unequal but novel race to Warranty deed Fort Dallas Ijind Handlers of lE3vcrvtliingEvcry'tiling'.oldClicnpcr
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was held yesterday morning st 10:30 r.<'w beacons will be much -welcomedby i I this pnrt, the yacht at times forging! Co. to S. J.. Patterson for J230.:; part of : r

'1; o-jo'k from the residence on Fifth all craft coming up the channel, l ahead then dropping astern, and at lot 4, Mock 57. MiamiWairant .

: street the interment being by Undertaker i at man of the old ones had been removed 'I'I } (deed Fort Dallas !/"vlCo .

King, with RevOr, Porter offlcallcsr. by decay or heavy seas and It steamer I : to I). A. Uorsey for $35n.:; In's 5.r i. W. H. CHA1LLE & SON -- Prop.

I The follow;(Jitlle girls actedAS 1 I had l become difficult! sometimes; to fol. I had'] the advantage, for the captain of 13: and II, block 2\: north Miami : t.j

MS pallbearers: Gladys tjlstwter, Amy Iluw the channel. I, the Felicia did not know the way Into Warranty 'eert. Joseph Monior! toT ij

If Sa-ilh.- Mjrkt-n J.u i
t* Combs. I Sold the Buckeye I trailins to have the Miami lead him block H. subdivision of part of lot ''.

The Miami Yachting Agency yesterday 1 safely around the banks and shoals I section 36, tcwnMup :"u;:: south range; f I BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORAuxiliary i iI :

r An Unwelcome Guest i closed another Important deal, into beautiful Bitvajne bay. 41 east.Warranty. i
I E lu"'lai" ,.dapted! f..r.
There is an unwelconie guest aboard 1Ih'rtbIrs: Carrie A. Root became \ Tills ho di I to perfection, and when deed, Malcointi and Ruth

tie steamer Miami now at Nassau" the owner of the magnificent houseboat ,the Miami moored at her dock theFelicia F:. Macdonald: to Lloyd Cecil for $:ji", I Pover !;;,;

anti 'which m.inrned here last Sunday Buckeye, owned by Mr. Snyder, I was but a few minutes behind, lots 4 and 5, block 14, of ne 1.4 section : $1
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racrninKThe animal-a' dog-for the catsup manufacturer, and which, dropping anchor a hundred yards or 21, township 54 south range! 41 east. -- -- -- *- -

such it is, is a valuable pointer, and has been lying In the Miami river for : so off the dock. Thus the Miami won Quit-claim! deed John A. and Ma'

the first that its,presence aboard the j the past two or three web The consideration : the race, if race It could be called. tide Tindall to First National" Dank I 1

Cramer was known was after the had I is not announced, but it Is ofT't' ngustine for $1 lot 5, section Uses a very .;
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rte ared from her dock on the trip last known that Mrs. Root paid well for United I In Marriage.A 1(P3: township 40 south range 42 cast i smallPropeller ".

t; Wednesday. A query of the passen- [her purchase which is one of the and part of lot 6. ,-,

g(rs showed the fact that the animal I largest and finest fitted up crafts of pretty wedding took place Thurs Warranty def'fl. John n. McKenzieto I and'

belonged to none ci them, and how it the kind in southern waters The i I day at the Baptist parsonage in H. Price-Williams, for $500 part of : LTWUTtI can be placed

came on the boat is unknown unlessu Buckeye is about 100 feet In length, which Rev. W. E. Stanton united inI nw 1-4 of section 3, township :54 !south ""
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followed some of the guests aboard "I'rywamy., with a double deck of I the holy bonds of wedlock Mr. J. B. range 41 east )m, t

for its master. Captain White and theY staterooms and is propelled by a stern I Woodruff and Miss Henrietta Von Warranty deed, James B. Pace to i :, cockpit ;

crew are caring for the ,dog which wheel driven by a 40borse'ijower( engine. t-u.ln. Both of the contracting partiesare Fred Bauer and John F DuffieM for I floorm

fit w
L home, although they will gladly give charter and terms can be made with tended by only the necessary witness of section 21, to nhp! 53 south, range I '

It ep to the ewner" upon application. Royal Palm Dockmaster Kellum. es. 41 east. Geo. R. WallaceVest Palm Beach, Florida Mj
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i The season tor the scin boats amore: g

the fishing fleet having come to a close lersonai.tttcntlontiircno.ti ("all. I i "

and they are being called In. I _________ Depositary State of Florida (

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1- :Hiss: L. Jones, Mrs.! James McConit The houses r.-piv.rnte by H. IX
UM Bndlers fertilizers for all croi .
; Miss Gertrude McComb'were via Allison! ore up to "G" and their popularity -! ,
e E. I ammus.. Agent
1 1ti B'J. liing in the city Thursday from Pom is Increasing r.ijiidly. dwlt I .:r

W. D. Home, oho has a truck farm pano.
P. H. King, who has held the
t tat Homestead, Is in the city In attendance responsible i .
Aetna dynamite and supplies for position of ticket agent of the The
upon the circuit court as a juror .
: ale by Lummus t SewelL F. E. C. R)'., at Miami for the past

year has been promoted to the agencyat 5

uc-. For Sale.-Near Miami five acne; E. C. Dearborn, the efficient county Now Smyrna. He will leave Tor his

110 grapefruit trees; 5,000 pineapple. clerk, is out again after ''a few days new position next Saturday.

P. O. Box C23.: Miami. Fla. indisposition with cold and Is again FirstNat.BankMiami
greeting his friends. The auxiliary cruising yacht Provl-

t deucia, with her owner, Mr. Chese-
The houseboat Whim Wham owned
The houseboat Buckeye has been brough and party aboard, and who
t ,by Dr. R. V. Pierce, medicine fame,
chartered to Mrs. Story and party by have been cruising In the upper coast,
and baring the owner family and
the Miami Yachting Agency cud sail returned to lastVednesday and anchored Florida .1
!, friends aboard, went down to Caesar. t
ed Wednesday for Palm Beach by In the rjver. .
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Slondajr for'ew days' outlnj.sttmssn ,
inland route. The party will remainat ...

I Palm Beach for about a week. Parties who owe the Metropolis accounts .
I Brtttll"e ( arc OM b..t _
---- for advertising or printing prior - - - --
t. For nit bj J.; B. Loounos KlaznLC.
Writing tablet and stationery for to January I, are requested to .1.1I

or alt at J. B. Screrea's drag star make settlement of same either at the OFFICERS:
y T. McCrimmon has established : DIRECTORS: :
omce or with me at the office of J. H.
1J UM of bachelor lodge In the house I
has
The Miami Yachting Agency Tatum ft Co. These old account
@@f ,at tM mill of the McCrtmmon Co, and .
Mr.
chartered the yacht Granau to should be closed up promptly.B.

with others will occupy It In future II Abbott and party who will take a B. TATUM. I E. M. Brelsford, President 0

I# a residence. cruise of a week or more amongst the :

1 key They win extend their trip to Captain Bob Busby formerly master Edwin
I Tanners wishing to borrow t mowshould A. Waddell Vice-Pres.

addrea Realty Mortgag Co.L ., Key West where the yacht win leave of the yacht Savalo,_recently sold HON.WM.H.GRAHA""tteMrt.Pa
; Palm Beach Fla. them and return to Miami. to Mr. Harry Tuttle has resigned his I President MsrcsKtlle Trust c. I
tiWest "
position aboard that craft and taken William A. Spitzer, Vice-Pres. 0. C. FRI88EU. Miami, Ma.E. .

i- 'The fishing schooner Mt.Pleasant. B cIrJD. cod: the nswsst delicacy. up a similar berth aboard the Novia,
atWlJ8oD.FI7'" US owned by Mr. VanVleck and made vacant M. BREL8FORD, President. %
owned by Fogg t: Grassland, will be Edward C. Romfh, CashierUniform

hauled out on the ways of the MiamI by the resignation of Captain I J. E. LUMMUS Merchant.
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I Boat Works tomorrow for a thorough P. B. Jaudon, went out to Allapattah Dick Carney, now In Elsie IL p I
last Friday morning on his wheel to W. M. BURDINE
overhauling and repairing. Merchant J'
look after business in c""flecllonItb The houseboat Gloria. Captain Hogg, j
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lt his commission houseIt'? reixjrts returned to port Tuesday afternoon i M. K. SALSBURY, Plttsburg, Pa. -
Try the latest thing In dried fislBiscayne h, j
great improvement in the vegetablecrop from a week's cruise odwn the coast : President Midland Coal Company. I : I
Courtesy to
cod: at Wilson ft Tire's US }
w and thinks! a g.">o.i i crop will be with Mr. Buck and party aboard. They I'
W. H. SPITZER. Ylce-Prtsldsnt. !
every patron be he the I
made.. report having had a most pleasant 1|
The pleasure craft Cocoon Is haul .
(:rulst.and spll'ndllluck with the finny modest saver for ahomo I C. C. CHILLINGWORTH, Attorney ,
out on the ways of the Miami Boat 1

Works having her shaft which, was Money to loan on Improved property.G. tribe.olr'r :Mr.: Buck is one of the best or the controller of vast I I' E. A. WADOE L. VIcePresldent.Reit I L
bent S. Amsden, Cocoanut Grove, or M. In the country and will prob- i .
up the river, straightened and
business I Estate.
ably enter the East Coast championship interest i ;
:made: serviceable again. D. Price, Miami liI I

games tobegin here_tomorrow.R. 1 I I A. P. ANTHONY, Anthony Bros. I

'Wan ed.-18. or 20 foot dory-sa Capt. Thompson, of the houseboat '
E. Hall, superintendent of public i iIn 'I M. SHANAHAN, Grand Rapids. Mich 1
preferred. Apply R. M. Monroe Cocoanut Everglade whose home is at Jensen,
! : Grove. took a party of friends, who are pine- for Tallahassee, where hewill We Cash Travelers I Letters of Credit I r

apple growers at Jensen Stuart and I EDWARD C. ROMFH Cashier. I
attend the Grand Lodge of the
The steamer Blacayne, Captain W. Eden. down the bay Friday on the i I''
Knights of Pythias, which meets at ,-- -- -- _, I'' I
H. McIntyre, commanding got away Everglade for a short cruise among .
that place this'week. Superintendent
: last night for Gadder's Bank, thlrtj the keys:
Hall will be in Tallahassee three days
five miles distant with the large di D] We 3 cent 4
after which he will visit the ioU perin- pay per
: per dredge of the Manetto Co. In tow. It yon want fertilizer, connlt J. E.Lumtrta .
cndents of Duval and Putnam county,
: and at which place the dredge will begin agent for the old reliable accountsSolicits $
to obtain their views on school work on savings
;k cutting out an iniand route to Keys ; Bradley' goods
: West. He will be gone a week. I


County Judge A. E. Heyser, after a LAUNCH FOR SALE. Account of

For Sale. -The famous Toqnet gas visit of severe! days to this city returned -. *

=- ollne marine motor The best In the, to his home In Miami Satur Strongly built, good speed,-In thorough Firms and Individuals.; Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent

;P world for launches and for auxiliary day night Judge Heyser Is an extensive repair. Length 27 feet beam 5

ttse In sailing craft. Drop a postal'card'to property owner here, and It was 1.2 feet New Lozier 7 1-! h. p. engine ,.......................... .........0.. .

l# C. F. Norton. Cocoa. rumored that he ". as. here to confer with two complete sets of parts, f...

with certain parties who are contem- Including shafts wheels, pumps, reversing ";5

One at the neatest and most attra plating heavy Investments In realties gears, etc.: also a new lighter I'

,tire establishments In the city is that In and about the city.-Tropical Sun. qrty feet long, twelve feet broad-will I t99999999999999999999999999999+999999999999999t 19999999999999BURDINE

x, "of the painters Pierce & Hardie, In carry 1,000 crates tomatoes-with an-

the Townsend block on Avenue D. Wanted.-l0 men In each State to hors: and all equipments Write I

The Interior of the office has been travel, tack signs and distribute samples Ward G. Foster, Palm Beach, or Robert -': 'I

ielaborately decorated and some very; and circulars of our goods. Salary T. Kyle; Fort Lauderdale where & QUARTERANMiat !

creditable paintings representing FlorIda $75.00 pr month. 13.00 per day launch and lighter may be seen. I'I'II II

-, scenes have been put upon the for expenses. Kuhlman Co., Dept. S, In reporting the return of Commodore :
walls. Atlas building Chicago.
and Mrs. H. C. Roome. on the! '

yacht Roamerfrom a trip to the Baj j: 1
For Sale.-Thoroughbred White Leg Mr. James P. Nix and Miss Charlotte'mat j
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hama Islands. in yesterday's Metrop-1- II
horn cockerels, nine months old, $UC) of. Oania, were quietly married \ get for : none is as important as the amount 'UD matter
ills, the information rec.el"cd.by. the ,/! }autl ; year} > } lay no .:
"F dozen. of the bride brother,
Eggs, for hatching. $1 per Troop at the residence
cr Poultry Farm Enterprise, Fla.s ilr. G. A. Frost, in Titusville, on Tuesday Metropolis was that the "Commodoreand h'w.Oth,' .! price nu trash SINS tint. {of this: :\M It's: always! "valne r'C iwf'
Sirs. Roome were alone with theexception ]
afternoon. February 28, County
of the crew," which was incorrect !
?r One of the.natural objects"cf Interest Judge A. D. Penny performing the ceremony -
as Miss Lottie Maynard c.companlell <
In Miami la the large banyan tree which united the lives of these
rc them on their voyage to : ;
!,*., on the south side of the river near happy young people. They left the
the and returned with them.
the Brickell place. The banyan tree same afternoon for their home at Islands 1 NOTIONS Something

n Is uncommon in .this country and Dania, where Mr.: Nix is a prominent
fc The Ij di IoS' Afternoon Club has re- ]::
thoi in Miami are of interest to the trucker and fruit grower.TltosvllleStar.
eived( th<> following hooks: "Down the
l who have never seen the tree. .
many
,lnp With John Henry" by :McIIugh: 0I
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One of those south of the river covers "Aunhhy'" Neishliors:" "Teart of ,I Fill up sour Motion hsket no\\ \\ ills the
land.
of
very near a quarter of an acre I If you want to Improve your property Rome." "Rt-d Saandi-rs;'" "Brown, V [ For The Home

The Daily Metropolis gives Its read.I and need to borrow money for the C.;" "Jack's! Father," "A Colony of : goof little things that are here for very) .

Ceo. G Carrie, Attorney- .
more real live local and ttlegrapbli c purpose try Girl,," by Kate Willard. Those recently : .
ers I at-law West Palm Beach. 281Mr. iflDcli less than t rcgnlar friccs insti'ai of ;
club ar."Thr
'- ,news than anypaper in the world li] bought by the 4

city as small as Miami And all fo: Clansman: by Thomas DIxon Jr.; : in the .
: and .Mrs. J. G. Hunter who went waiting until \you are away country '
4' the small sum of ten cents a -week.'Mr. "God's Good Man by Marie Corelll; 1 I

to Plttsburg several days ago 'to attend and have ordered "The Marriage of I ) l of f Cotton isn't From the I .
Darning the
I Harry Tuttle, who recently purr at the sickbed and death of the Vm. Ashe." t ant a Sfool drapery department

; chased the trim schooner yacht Savalc t former's mother, returned' home Friday within reach news comes this time---timely news, t j

m is now planning so 'tis said, a trl p] and ar> again occupying their Mr. W. W. Bissell of New Rochelle. : for I '
notice how the
to the North in her the coming! spring commodious residence on the.Bay 1' Y., with his wife and daughter, Miss : days grow longer.

I and summer during which he wit I] front They were accompanied by Mr.Huuter's Bissell who have been guests of theliccayne cleaning 'and spring time will

d two sister Misses Virginia for two weeks left Wednesday : : : :
resorts an
visit all of the leading I
watering places. Just when the star and Mary Hunter, and Mrs. Hunter's on Captain Hendrickson's pleasure PARASOLSe together, and windows need

will be made is not known, but < sister, Mrs. Anna C, Wragg all of yacht for a leisurely cruise up : things to hang up before them

and that is that ere Pittsburg. who will be their guests to their winter home at Sebastian. Mr. ,
thing is certain
win be nothing short or cheap about for the remainder of the season. Bissell Is the manager of Blsucll's : and other things need freshening up.

& the TutUe outfit when It"starts.. Fink, and a large owner of suburban 4 Out come the frc-h. new para,oN-New al>.olutelv Take time by the forelock and drape
For Sale. Montgomery Ward ft: real estate about New York City. lie : -we did not carry f\er -.injjle! Parasol

r Horses for Sal*-Two head o r Co'a. Body-weight Drill and Cultivator and his family were charmed with: from"last xaM
i horses or one-span of mules. Pric! complete. Never been used. Miami and they will nave only good t 4 are-made: especially for u', .o> that; all of them.how .

will suit. you if you need any stock. Price. 17.00. Address postoffice box words to say of our city wherever they ]: some special, generally exclusive prettinemMMJMMMMMMMMiMMIMMI regular 1 prices. .

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II cot down. Turn your faces to the future -

Sojourning at Upper Maticumbie. In Which Miami Parties are Largely who rend l tins paper .'iIIOO glad not the past Rejoice In the

:, Interested. I' to know that' the clouds hate rolled opportunity hat is given us, and all

away from StetMi.t \'nh"I".lt The I hands push on the work. '

r' t Far down the coast lui Ujiiwr Mata A .t. ., 1":. "h,. ;it' II... n. 1'01l.lfllIhHI r. The

+Is tumble Key, there- is cainj 1 a Jolly ,,, I y. h th u..hullmo: ; and i--.in. l \ ; ., note of confidence is ex i r> w hi re. A J With the Senate and tha President

rr party uf iiurooners. or as th.-y unr. ,. !by-.1... ,:
4 probably prefer to be calkd "iioneiibh! liar 1'0 "' t.. Pn 'uUriumr.ttlCd inlase I l discipline has I bean strengthened The and the House at odds! with itself we
d n i I I
> I
.
eru.i I 'juhj hatuuc, the.. .- fIr uu
nth i j>iirpo.- than 10 angle For 1 iSi-so: K-t."l I > :Mr\ II. r. Stanford, the. < :! : l !'the ( losest MI,.rlson i : The facultyhas I from lnut'"l! legislation When Con-

ga.ii* i.sfc. which, for their weight ; A.< nu" II s't'M- dealer purchased th>* t n i ) : I I put shoulder. to shouUer to push cress u.etIB ao1'O

aid si"-, are'superior to any other ..Y."a' = -"i hardware store anti in er. I the work on. Stetson University! has
,*
fish that swims, in speed and ght- i t"r..s'- :nt that place, after disposing"f !i:rl<' : I I proved its right to Ihe. It has been

ing iiLuliUes.Th' I Now )tr. Stanford >uiiiI. : ; It better
hiir; <'rc's b r : i, through Ore. Is brighter:

:party Is composed of Krijtu k in turn, bali sold ic'erfsss anti:1 I.. | i and :stronger or. account of this o 1"'lea I."h"n I. A waterFront 1

tans live In nuuiUr, and all fru." fon H ,1 a puriupreblp!\ in the f.usini': ., ,till'.,l < !: \\ tho blow fell. strong hearts wire

; Loulsmt and vicinity. J. 15. McFtr" with' :Mr. X. B Carson and the bard heavy Ith grief; brads, were bowed 1

Ur ran JS Cuplaln-Gent and. orgaia.'vr uar- f.rui of Crates &. Orave-s, of rllc ; : : down and dt:1pair"as everywhere, !

of UM' club. J. W. Uarls holds the repooit'ble *- Kiasinimee, the business in tho fiiture to tut the time of affliction Is over Sl' ?t' '

iy.. position of treasurer and .o be known a; Hi' Stanford l:Carson il t.i- ; 1 coot t'nixtra.'y: has recovered from the

commissary R. B. (Bob) Thomas is Grave Hardware! Co., with a capital anltr '. shock.

custodian of th? "wet" goo.I.I bili. block of $::>.o
.. C. Hurrett and J. B McFerran, Jr "..' ill. \lur :r"t hirdaru business in war ,!i )' been bowed down with grief for the

are aids, and Jacob Burrows, a son uf hat part of the Sate.MILITARY IL.- : :!i troubles of Stetson University, have

Him is cool These five and no nu<'' 1 \ : ; reason now to rejoice. What ore the !i

a more constitute the club membership, SQUAD. n 1111 i ;! Florida Baptists cuing! for education? f I z ,

t though they frequently have guests and in II!: : ,1 Where are your sons and tla>ighter&? For Sale

at present are entertaining end initial ;For Miami Rifles Will D: Organized at In I| Are you educating: th-m? Are they

log into the mysteries and art of bone- West Paltr LJ:.::h. ri lu ; worth educating? You ouht to be ,

fishing Messrs. Lucas BroadhEad ofVarsallles ,' .I proiiil of year ch.Jtiren.! Them hi 1
Ky. H. H. Martin of Mi.I, The Miami Rifles, of this city are to '
; ( ) nothing too good top them. Send thorn
r any, Ky. and W. L. Bonnie of Louts I have a squad of at least twenty men i i lof f to se'aool. If they are over twelve, 1I.I. -
Palm Ikach. On this matter ,
Nest
from ; ;
Tille. Ky. of I have four
I I I send them to Stetson. They
Mr :McFerran! Sr, la the originatorof the Tropical Sun says: : r ;: l I I colleges and five schools In fourteen Near Key Largo r m\\
camp'and and this is the la in alt>l\"r to Mayor: Curr.o: :a fewdays ,
the club \S' .1 buil>!luK8 with a faculty! of forty-lght. I
Captain! Jau third or fourth consecutive season ago .. The Baptists of Florida areto be I -
that he and associates have put in at I Rifles, stated that ever since he had l corrra'nJatol! I on their agency for i

this place. Last season the party was entered upon the duties of his Office it 1. iI
B.
The John
l'hl'lSlloill education. I S."th11t! ..(.oM Kh Mle.. fi2
had been his intention to sue that a < Key.
the F. E. houseboat -
domiciled aboard c. j>l Stetson Cniiersilty Is the pffcrlng of
of the roster was : I acres hammock, well adapted to
large percentage
ve "Boneflsb. bur that craft being !
( f' t! this denomination to the uplifting of I
from West Palm Beach and to this : pineapple and grape fruit culture; '
in the service of the engineers at workIn :, le I Fori! .la. Ignorance br"'dl'Ice and
the keys they were forced to seek j end hf had Instructed Sergeant Mont the superstition, and ull are the foes to I having about one. mile water front, .

other accommodations this year and fort to Immediately enlist st least i 2. true religion. The University is a i title Hrfect. conveying riparian .
result they are now making headquarters twenty men. 'so that this city might I I ; .rigbt Situated nearly opposite
10" as a 'a great light to the people.) It should be 1.
:: in a house rented and fur- i not only hire good representationin :( 3. 1| fostered for the sake of bulwarking! t Turtle harbor, having view of Bi i'-

!t Dished,as an npt-date fishing camp. the militia of the county, but that ,! Is : I the cause of Christ. I caync flay and ocean. Excellent .J";

None of'die party have been to the j our citizens might feel that they were I I 4. | Tho splendid equipment at Stetson I bu"ildU-; :: sites, fish near and plenti-

city since taking CUTP several weeks Interested in the company and were tul. Would mate fine site for
eall
It
'i | I is often a ground for boa>lllng. really
w. ago, but a launch' from here, makes afforded some military protection. In c\ I. should humble us. For no one can possess : club house' or 'achtt..tatin. Good. I
his letter the captain spoke very highly i I
carrying
= a week down mall !
a trip once : 5. I such a great blessing without harbor deep water and natural
+ provisions and supplies: Another of the efficiency and general character empt 1 Do f About '..
: carrying a great responsibility. I Coraline bluff jr landing.
t; launch Is maintained. the camp for of the West Palm Beach members Pcrb i the Baptista know what a great Unl-I.i five mile Iro.n where proposed l:.;"

the purpose of carrying the fishermen and said that they were a credit I age I : i tersity it is? Do they rally\ to its support railroad to Key West cro..>I e" from. '
back and forth from the fishing to the company. who ? Do they send their children : ; ,
'z' Acting upon the Instructions ofCapt. I i| mainland. Price $25O),
rounds. : away to be educated? Do they encour- "
So far this season they have had Jau'Ion Sergeant Montfort will j avail i AI.ernKcyLargol.hcrcabamI -
people generally to
ago young
most gratifying luck and a number of at once commence recruiting his squadand i their ; themselves of Its advantages I mock having one mile and K water
i ,
haVIng will have stated times for drillinghis front with riparian right rt:
bonefish have been captured Ore 1 C.; i While Stetson is a Baptist college
"J been landed by Mr. :McFerran. that men in order that they may soon ,- : i It is not narrow. Christ was cot narI I'Addre"I>, II

number being considered a goal day'sof become proficient in military tactics. I f row. Tho college should bless the .
: I
catch for one person. TRAVEL son t State. It 1s open to all. Christ Is the
TOURIST :
I' I W.EWAN
source and inspiration of Its teaching

x Off for San Domingo.The Says W. H. Leahy, of the A. C. L. I It :| ; and not denomlnatlonallsm. It Is to IJ. ,

little tug Hamilton, bouud from Unprecedented. I be hoped that oilier denominationswill .
: ::
New York to San Domingo, which hasbeen Division ; eru ; appreciate that Stetson I" 'for all Cocoanut Grove .'
W. H. Leahy. passengeragent
E in port the past: several d ijJ under the nail that while tho fuunda-
people, I
of the Atlantic Coast Line with Dade Florida
the L.Uia.y wing of the rovenuc headquarters in Savannah in an Interview | By al8erUon'I I tlons are Christian sectarianism is County s Jj

cutter Forward *has her papers were I __ -- .
with a representative of the | ,
,
being put In proper shape to stand luipection. II ing
Times-Union on the tourist travel this 1
flnresJci1 to spa this mornIng ed
:
said in part of the rush to the '
season I I .
on the re"u"M t-f her passage ml 1. WHALER
16 East Coast: :
i
maters. hating been adjusted to: the toil I
"You are right In your.opinion that i
Batisfactlon of Captain BroaJbent and a < ,
there are more people in Florida now :
officers of the cutter I days i
r than there ever was at any time In f |1
the history of tho State. The tourist |1 i Uua< : '
'
.
ABOUT JETTY WORK.Eft of i 1 : Everyone who buys a
s travel has been by far greater this j not I

| year than.it was ever in the past andit I : ) '! ;
v Capt. A. B. Potter Says It Will be Resumed has been moregeneral. By the j Lent Diamond of us feels
About April 1. 1 2. +
,. words general: I flesh that it has extended -;' and : :, I

Captain A. B. Potter of Jackson over a wider area of Florida tin!| that he or she has secured a good

vllle. superintendent for the R. G. : and those here represent a wider area 3. bargain. lip intend that every

Ross Contracting 6m. and who superintended 'I of the United States. I find that the u 1 ing one shall feel that way. Every ;eK
travel is not all from the East by any .
1 !
the work on the Jetty near be or i ptlllire sell must be right in yunUtil. -
means this year and while It may i !
Norria Cut lest summer was a pas I and : and We
rolo/ hare
| i nit price.
c-c. surprising to some. It is a fact never- V
the i
West
for
senger -sailing Key on .
i
from which .the less, that a lnre part of this travelto some nice one to show you : : : : :
steamer Martinique place !j 4. a
Florida" this 'winter has been from
"
be goes.to Tortugas to carry from I :i may I
where It Is onlya 1
I near the Pacific coast
4 there to the Island City the dredge nor,
California when comparedto j; I
walk to !
Grampus bought a few days agb by. their
the great distance the tourist from
his company and which will be given their ; The Jeweler.
to enjoy Flor-
a thorough overhauling at the latter I that quarter must come 5.
climate and her unsurpassed -
da's unsurpassed 1
'
'2 place.In I accommodations and 1t
speaking of the work still to be hotel :- i i t ... __
here Captain Potter I facilities for recreation and pleasure. : <
done on.the jetty | C.
said that a tug and several barges will .Down the East Coast. ,, lion : F. W.Architect HAHN M\\
'vh be here aboat the first of next monthto "So far as the East Coast If conc more : I ,
'! rnpd. I have recently made a trip : !
finish up the work. The granite :
rock for this work will be brought by to Miami, stopping along the way to i; use : and Builder

rail from South Carolina and loaded visit the various resorts ily obscratioiia i l !I I

.e on the barges from the terminal dock. \' have been most gratifying. I i I ( ; 1'iicw nave in my employ one of the best
i| !flr..t draftsman in the Sirjtlu and '?
of better
am
It will take three or four months to do base seen the greatest army people 1 ] I 1.
'day, : : : than ever' for
several hundred thousand that ever flocked to this Slate. All I prepared furnishing plans!
work and |
the ;i who and detail le r good buildings; fine cabinet
to
-s I of the hotels were Oiled apparently
tons of the rock will be used In
,, work, etc I am now hc.idquarteri
order to bring the Jetty up above their utmost capacitybut the trade for turned work 5.0.rullawing and all 4
t low. water mark. the hotels trjoy there Is a peculiar I I' l \irk usually done in a FIRST CLASS
is a
.." --- i one. Tourists spend a day or two In \ to planing:. mill. '1, :

a; Confirmed by Bishop. one I'lacc. It Is' a merry, rollicking, I they Send me your order for doors and wln-.
4 At the mornIng service at Trinity constantly moving throng: and while f
'af Episcopal Church Sunday Rt. Rev. I the hold may: be full at dinner there tV 1 i dow frames, ballusters, bracket., etc

T Bishop Crane Grar preached an excellent I Is alwt .s an exodus which leaves 1 see : : and convinced, MIAMI FLA

sermon, grhile the offertory Imam I! U. proxlde for those who come I I ...

"One Sweet Solemn Thought" was in n' ht. But aU the hotels appearto ;
| at ; -- ------ ",
!
w1. sung with effective excellence by' Miss. hI' tilled and the accommodations! 1 i@ODGi30009oOOOOD00" :iOOoOo0000

i Hanna Fheba Phippre. At the evening I ion the East Coast are much largtr \ 1 '

service Bishop Cray administered I than they have been heretofore. All. :'iig Contractors. Property Owners\ '1
4. the rite ot confirmation on Mr. and I the East Ccast reports are addlny cot '.;i. .

Mrs. J. K. Dora mss Lola }lcLenJon.Ira. '| stantly to their facilities to take care ," I I If yi.ii dnn't v ant to S.\ VK J1OXCY.ve ,
J.P.. \Vataon. Russell Hand, I' of the Northern visitors. While the .
x )
land \ can't help .t 'II. If you tl->, coaeto ;.w.':
'r Ethel HInkson.! and )l1 s.nanllA ThebeShlppee. big hot ds make the* best sbow and seethe : I

+ I, largest crowd. there are a constant ;>'.: \ !: The J. A. McDonald Co.a,

Cocker number of smaller hotels ah .* + I Ij

Death of C. along the route which are doing a 1 .... \xn Ki'Y YOUR
as The commtmlty was shocked Sun- crowded business this year. To build ('

day afternoon to hear of the death of which: will more than care for the travel al P 1 j Long Leaf Yellow Pine

)tr Ch&s. B. Crockett* Jr., which occurred to this State in the winter time appears -I I, !'

at his father's residence at Cocoanut to be an utter Impossibility. are Framing at $16 per M.
at 6:30 o'clock. Mr. wonder the i
y' Grove Every year there Is a on I (i i

'Crockett was 27 'years of age and part of the student of the situation as ling S ; Boards same price. 2\V"e also sell Lime. Brick [4 kinds], it
weQ and favorably knows throughoutthe he sees these hotels loom cp as to I
r i| Sash Doors and
Cement. Mouldings whatever elsea, j
county. The funeral took' place whether there will be people enoughIn of j .
builder requires at lowest possible-figure.
vk" Monday at 3:30 o'clock the Interment the State another season to tU them the I

94 being la the cemetery at LarUK up or to make them paving investments yc

" by Undertaker Ring and the ceremony bat M the winter rolls around who '
.
Yon Know Where We Are t= 14th Street Miami FlajOOOOOOOOCOOO ;
feeing conducted: by Rer. Dwight. the hotels are again crowded and all I ,'I' ,

"*-v CUMTOB. the space. appears to be oe de : -.i, w i .
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r professions wd-' & ) I Was Convened CIRCUIT Monday S. Jones.COURT.By Judge Minor 1 SPECIAL REAL EST A BARGAINS



r'l' The springy; term of the circuit court .

ii -I t-\ of Dade county Judge Minor S. Jones I

I presiding, uus 'on'cn''I1 Monday UNIMPROVED. GROVES IMPROVED FARMS F

Pattersc:= de Ezw0 -=.g. j morning at lOo'clock with the Indications I j j 40 acres pine and hammock: on 10:: acres 5 year old ,trees. 1,000 JO'acres. 4.room house, servant house. 400 trees, 150 bearing on rock

AT LAW., I that it will be extended into I Miami River ........ ...3600.00 trees, 800 bearing ... .....5000.00 road on time .... .......... ...... . ..... ...... ....$3OOaO
0 ATTORNEYS 1 two, and possibly three four weeks. 8 of
or 5 acres pine and hammock, set In trees, .e
10 land .. ... .... ...... acres, 6 year eld trees, house pineapples fine
"V ,praeslecin.11coanaat.teandyedct + JSp I I l The term .ill be devoted to the trial ; acre $450.00 350 trees bearing .. land on time ..,. .... .. ... . ....... ............ 11,800.00.,
: l.'illdHror es..1l1tucan4 perfecttriT1U ': of criminal cases among which are two |'S acres land ........ ........$600.00 $3.500.0020cre 35 acres 10 under cultjvatl n,200 bearing trees. 7-room
Lad: .... .. i : 2-year-old grov .... 3000.00 house
''s. PO.aotrei: Miami. Fit.I. t 1 murder cases: a number of assault | 22 acres pine and prairie en broom on rock road near R. R.. .. .. . ... ...... ........$3,0000* s. "a
., I with intent to Kill, larceny, assault. house, 5 acres land 300 30 acres land, pine and prairie
railroad .. ... .. .. .....5600.00 water front, 1,500 trees small 4
1 P. SKAGG3. M. D., I etc., besidis several aipcalo cases bananas, 200 orange trees. .$2, 00.00 house bargain ... .. .. . . .. .... ............$2. OO.W
If.if from the city.court. The tai udar of
Offlc with Bed Croti i'b.rmvy.
III Residence Kth-Streo j cases is as frlos.Appealed : FURNISHED HOUSES By THE YEAR OR SEASON FOR $150 AND UP.

'ft. bmter AYe C Cases BEAUTIFUL WINTER
HOMES ON BAY OR RIVER AT
REASONABLE
{4 MIAMI FLORIDA. :i W. W. Stanton, It. Malhcrs: Mrs. ; ENTIRE CHARGE TAKEN OF PRICES
RESIDENCES KEEP UP INSURANCE AND PAY a
TAXES.
Isabella Wells P. Ullendorff and E. T.
.TR. j
JACKSON
t QR. J. M. ,
i JCljatt, plaintiffs in error vs. the City

' y cWTICS: of Miami, defendant in error. These I :FJRE: : :J:1VS
U 'R
,t", HOTEL BISCAVNK BLOCK,AVK. D., i I cases are for the reversals of judgment l.YCE .

:M MIAMI -, FLORIDA. I against the plaintiffs for* city ,

convictions, mainly violating the sanitary Only the best! companies represented Here
DIL B.E. CHAFER, are some of them.
ordinance.
: I 1 LIVERPOOL LONDON GLOBE .INSURANCE CO. OF NORTH AMER leA FIREMAN FUND
I County cases: ORIENT NEW YORK UNDERWRITER (Hutford)
: Hanover '"
,
.J DENTIST.Tatlth GERMAN ALLIANCE, ETC.
State \s. Aaron Collins Adams: Stephens.
Hf tefir i. .
St.-I. Bert Freeman, R. H. Alien, i I CAN INSURE YOUR DWELLING FURNITURE BARN STOCK, MERCANTILE

MIAMI. FLOIBDA. Will Raney and Will Patton, Ernest : OFFICE FIXTURES, ALSO THE TI TLE OF YOUR LAND.BUILDING FACTORIES .

Davis Robert Johnson, Timothy Gil-

+;t:' H. F. ATKINSON, Hard W.L. Burch and W. R. Heale). ."tIC:! ..=P-
J
il Estate
iti ATTORNEY AT LAW. assault with intent to murder. "' :::JII. .. ., rn.Fl.ea1:

eoDTer nclD ud State vs. Bruce Andrews and Benjamin w en.cv .
: iMdtl! utantioD prep to | _
,::; Kiimlnttlon of Title. Coakley, murder In the first de I u
Xoury Public In Oa1ee.In
Offlc Sevell Building. gree. to enjoy the spurt of the best fishingto was to S. A. L. passenger train No. 77.

"f': MIAMI. ,- FLORIDA State vs. George Scott and James be found In Florida may avail themselves leaning Jacksonville at 9:05 for Tallahassee vr'S

Morton, ribbery. of the facilltiee'afforded In the and other West Florida points
R. W. GRAJCLIHQ,
,D State vs. Bob Crosky. William Carter waters adjacent to Angelfish Key, and was caused by a switch being left

Charlie Reese Tom Crutcher, about 35 miles south of Miami. open by a freight train which had Df.E.J.A..1.WJ: : :
Suaogolt.i
m i : PHYIICUX AID breaking and entering. The club) owns the Island of about backed into the siding to allow the -
Hum T B'uxt.,
Owe ix &FHOXB
State vs. Mary Croskey, Emma Gordon 80 acres, a good house, and auxiliary passenger train to pass and into S

Hours from 9 a. m.to 4 p. m. I ; May Wilson Charlie Jones Nathaniel launch, and will, during the summer, which the latter crashed at a high rate

t. ,HUM. Fur, Boyd, Albert Cox, Sam Bold- make other Improvements so that Its of speed. Rufus E. Bass, the postal

Ing and Charlie Robinson, grand lar members will have all the accommodations clerk, was at one time on the run Is rapidly going to the front as the lead-

GILLBSPIBENLOBDenfis! ceny. needed for outing and 11ah1n<<. between, Miami and JacksonvIlle It is ing city in South Florida. Everybody kg
State vs. Jim Johnson breaking and Bald and well and
was favorably is
OFFICE HOCMit9n going: to Miami. Now is the time
to
,. .....otM P.M.
entering with Intent to commit a fel In the Circuit Court. known

r+ omCX FrtawU.SU&&BuUdinc..._BonlcvMAKIAKL S1SM UUl' M.RE8IDKKCK. ony. Circuit court returned work at 2 secure a choice location either for busi-
;
f FLORID. State TS. James Jones, shooting with o'clock Monday afternoon and' the MANY CHARTERS MADE. ness or residence. Choice locations in

intent to_kUL grand Jury for the term was drawn as
1' JLUtD8, Y.D., the city for sale by : : : : : : :
H.V State vs.C. Marten and Neal Coataa. follow.: Adam Correll foreman: W. The MIamI Yachting Agency, composed _

U eopath1ft.Ibaa obtaining goods under false pretense. R. Collin.. O. H. Johnson J. F. Can- by Messrs. M. R. Kellum and

Orrtea: >FrUMU BuUdincBoon.tto4p.rn. State TB. Walter Cox entering without ova L. K. Hatfleld. H. A. J. Baker AlFred Ball Brothers, organized a few week

breaking with Intent to commit a Smith, Thos. E. Cheatham W. B. ago to bay, charter and sell yachts, FORTDALLASLANDCO
; BOEXl VlITA AJT0 Martarelsphoa.s4
ru>mauL.TOHH misdemeanor.State Dorton, Frank H. Brown. L. D. Hewitt, deal In boating supplies ete., have met .
TS. Mary Bruin receiving stol Thomas Taylor J. P. Toms J. C. with remarkable success and besides: OOOOOOOOOOOOOCOXJOOOOC>C>OOooo i

t.." 8.7REDEKICK, en goods. Hooks. B. Parks Y. K. Knlghlon. M. effecting several sales have done

' .-' CIVIL ENGINEER State vs. Wm. J. Wilson forgery. M. Burdlne and W D. DeBemr. splendidly In the matter of chartering noo Or 1
:TOITLTB.Ajjcnt.: .
1T .LY. T. E. : _A
INO
A 'to.A" '.
:; AND SURVEYOR. The following were summoned as The grand Jury has been very busy, yachts, and within the last few days
lJ.f: K ury rublifl for State a& Lair Faattention p0 to and for have made the contracts :: Fort: Vice're ., Fort Dallas tDallas -
serve as grand petit Jurors but had not sent in to the court following :
any Land
TrscDees '" Co.. Miami. Fla. ,
\\r.t even to Hub-DivUiai Larf Land Co.. St. Augustine Fla,
f our PoMoflic: the term: indictments up to noon today. Yacht Cocoon, to Mr. L. W. Smith,

MIAMI. FLORIDA. Thomas Taylor, W. D. DeBerry, J. H. P. Yarborough of West Palm of Boston who got away this morning coc
F Q H. BJCHMOHlf, C. Hooks, L. K. Hatfield Adam Cor- Beach, who made application for admission with a party of friends for a ten days'

rell, A. T. Carter, G. H. Johhson, W. to the bar, was examined and cruise and fishing expedition in the

REAL ESTATE. R. Collins, Y. K. Knlghton, Eugene C. passed the requisite examination and keys. .J--4 .r

.i ioHiTPERRINECRANTI-AriOCOMMNY Romfh. G. H. Richardson W. F. Arm wan accordingly admitted to the pray Yacht J. Pasntett to Mr. Powers and

NOTARY PUBLIC strong Jr., M. M. Burdine F. Gallatt. tice of law. friend of the Victor Talking Machine

t bTATKAT"JUTLEB, FLORIDA.. J. F. Canova, Wesley Smith. J. G. Aside from a few motions by attorneys Co., of New York, for fifteen days' on &itfrf&1B6LI i

Crossland. Albert Anderson, R. J. there was nothing doing in a similar cruise. They also cot awaytht -.

A. WOSLET,' bathers L. D. Hewitt J. P. Jones J. court this forenoon. It adjourned to morning.
pO. .
M. Thompson. Alfred Smith, J. R. meet again at 2 o'clock p. m.. Yacht Granatsa, to Mr. C. L. F. Robinson ., S-

ATTORNEY AT LAW. Walker,, W. D. Horne .B. K. Hunt. of New York for a two weeks' &u( 4dtL44IsV ,

General praedee Iii Rime' and Fvdenl Court. Henry Gossman, Harry DuBols, Frank MORGAN REMINISCENT.Old outing beginning on the 15th. II
4Jt koslMM enunuud will neelT prompt M- -.
H. Brown, W.'B. Dorton, Thomas E. The houseboat Buckeye, will probably
.
tlOBOKee Bram-S BaI ding,An.D sad ilk St. Cheatham. H. A. J. Baker, R. W. be chartered through this agencytomorrow %naU.IJ 11. it
v: MIAMI. FLORIDA. Journalist Now Hen Delights In
Rhodes. Joshua Smith, B.Parks. for an extended cruise"alollg ,

J AYES T.SAHDEBS, Relating His-Past Experiences. the lower coast. asi 214tG .p 2/: i

ATTORNEY AND A SINGULAR COINCIDENCE. One of the mQst entertaining and ] %
t, Chartered for Cruise.The .
,COUNSELOR AT LAW. Lieut. Ballou Made Ueutenantl.and] versatile personages m the city Is Dr. Miami Yachting has '_+- .L- M
Agency
.( eo-.maI ud gnat IMAM ta.... Agent for Captain at the Same Tim. E. 8. Morgan, who Is a regular winter i I"" &# 'vU4zc..iU-- go
' succeeded In chartering the auxiliary
d Fidclttr ud Oeroilt Co,B tUum.M visitor to Miami and
at
now a guest
Omets u WATWX 8Locx. Lock Boi a yacht Tarpon to Mr. L. W. Smith, or -
A most singular coincidence occurred the San Carlos. : 4uj&
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ULAMI. FLORIDA. Martin Boston, who with a party of friends, r i/srfai/alt T ;1 tr
in the election of Lieutenant The Doctor Is an old newspaper man
will get away on the morning of the
As. MITCHELL D. PRICE. C. Ballou as First. Lieutenant of and with his great fund of information
7th of March,for a cruise often days -v..I 4
i the Miami Rifles last Thursday night. -so characteristic of correspondents t- a
In the keys of the lower coast In questof
Attorney at Law and Solicitor Lieut Dillon had been, before .comto of the great American dailies- 7'I
fish and game. The Tarpon is
in Chancery. Florida First Lieutenant of Company together with his colloquial attainments
specially adapted for cruising purposes
L, of the 2d regiment of the Alabama makes him the central figure Drake Produce Co.. Miami. Jaudon liroe., Miami. '
DJBec: Rsfcbetsaldg. MIAMI FLAW. and In her Mr. Smith and
National Guard, at Chard, Russell in the little coteries that group themselves Brown & Moody Perrinc. Tweedcll Hros.. Cutter.
friends will doubt have most
C. MAYNARD, county, Alabama.On around him on the veranda no a A. J. IIu'Lev, Little R \'er. 1.. II. O. Sjostrum. Hallandale.
I last, the'2nd of he pleasant outing. R. ":. McDonald & Co.. Fulford.
Thursday night, of the hotel when becomes reminiscent
Sfanahan
& Co. Ft.
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L.auderda1e.
T. M. Kicharc<< Boca Raton
March he war elected by the Miami on the period of his,newspaper
M. (;i. I.vman., Lantana. Boynton A Parker, Boynton.
Rifles to the position of first lieutenant career. 0811
on "U.s
of Company L, of the 2nd regimentof Doctor Morgan was, in years gone LOOK FOR THE LABEL

Florida State Troops.At by, a correspondent. of, or on the editorial

JEWELER AND .OPTICIAN.' the same hour of the same day, staff of the Herald and World ofNew We want a description of t

the at Girard "was holdinga and at time real estate for sale.
.h Perfect fitting, easy wearing Itlueea company York was one on your FREDK. S. MORSE!
are a great comfort. With our extensive meeting and elected Lieut Ballou the staff of-the Paris edition of the

apparatus and large experience captain of Company L, 2nd regiment Herald. He was also for a while, We want a description of

t there Is no' cues work. Price rea Alabama National Guards. connected with the London Standard. your houses for rent.
sonable. We repair Watches, Clocks REAL ESTATE
Jewerly and (Spectacles. A portion of The remarkable coincidence is that The Doctor was also sent on some Important -

year trade asked for. Located on Avnoe the proceedings of the two companies special missions one of whichwas We want to show you some

D betty-en 12th and 13th SU. were identical even the time In everything for the Herald to BraziL On if want to ..
J bargains, you Ofticrs up Hairs (;or. A' C and 12 tb St.
. Vt. C. MAYNARD, except the office to which he was that trip he ascended the Amazon river
Je.eleraaf Graduate Outlclmn buy anything in our line.
elected. 1,600 miles and was at that time the I Miami. Dade Co., Florda.

rA Capt. Ballou was sworn In as com I fourth white man to rpa.ch.that remote We want to show you our ---- --
mander of the Alabama company by I region. '
list of houses!" to' rent. AGENT OR LANDS OF '"
Capt. J. Frank Jaudon, who as an officer i! The Doctor was a correspondent In J ----v Y

.r had the right Capt. Ballou will 'some of the greatest political campaigns \V e sell houses on easy Florida Last ('\ia l-t: Railway LV.

leave for Alabama in a few days. I In the United States and also I
' f7.nMlT et.a.d.r. FEE "nU"NED. : terms. Let us show \ ou.We Florida ( ''oast Line Canal and Trans. Co. (1
I.HItItCI.u.rauauARE
to view. The election and the acceptance by wrote up some of the most Important

' TIll_:&,Ow.n.'L-_-PIT....sedt..a.det.e e.s report pa.te.rk.tca a pUt..,tR...Rbtr.a tatega all. Lieut Ballou of the captaincy of the I' events In this country within the last sell farms on term to I Boston: and Florida Atlantic ( 'oast Lana Co. 2.

mn,pme.u .Itebah ea &DVI"'rI..D. Alabama company will necessitate another j twenty years. His recollections of
..... I and
acK.O- TRAD&SE.PEw. suit. Come '
moss ... COPTaioetra aatalw.a..A election of a lieutenant of the those stirring times are both entertaining -

Opposite. U. .. Patent Office, Miami Rifles, which will te held soon. j; and Instructive. every-I 1
w l wASHINOTON D. c. I We sell or exchange
; wistheTmew

ANGELFISH KEY CLUB. i I, Postal Clerk Bass Killed. thing in theReal

An ugly train wreck occurred at

Has Been Incorporated and Charter.1 I Sanderson, Baker county last Friday Estate Line. To Plant Orange Trees

Applied For. morning in which postal clerk RufusE.

I 1 The application for a charter lacer, Bass G.was W. instantly Carter received killed, injuries and engineer Cooley & Homer>l and Grape Fruit i"'

KILLTHK COUCH
Derating the Angelfish Key Club was i The accidents "" .
which resulted in death.
AJIJ CURE THE LUNCS presented to Judge Minor :S.: Also Rose Bushes for Winter Blooming

Monday by Cot W. W. Erwin as one

wrlT1l Dr. King's of the Incorporators and attorney for, Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's And all other orhamt-ntal trees and shrubs i

the cluband the lame was granted. Please call or write f for .descriptive ca&logue and other :.

The Incorporators are, Messrs. F. M. information. .,
New Discovery I
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Doan B, B. Tatum S. L. Patterson,

s' / ONSUMPT10N Pric WJ W. Erwin and IL L. Doan. Thes e GRIFFING BROS. GO. 4
f FOR OUCHt.n* SOe&SI.OO I ge\uemen intend to admit a small

LOS Fee Trial. r number of others as members an! Tasteless Chill Tonic POMONA/ NURSERIESMain

BnrMt and Quickest Cure for all stockholders placing certificates ol f
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THROAT JtOmCT and LUNG TBOUB. I stock of the par value of $100.00 sac office Nursery,Office.Ltttle ,
Lli8 BACKi
on the market so that those who wan l No-Core-No-Pay. so cents. I Cor. ATe C and ltht: m stair- River, Fla.

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THE DOOR OF HOPE. JAPS MARCHING ON MUKDEN.And A MILLION MEN IN BATTLE. !i I I ROOSEVELT INAUGURATED.: I DADE COUNTY FAIR. quat and other fruits can be preparedInto rr e


delicacies.

In twelve Southern States negroes: Kuro.iatkm is in a Dangerous The Decisive Battle :af the War is Continued from first page ) (Continued from first page.) Another unique exhibit Is that of m

-\'n 173,000: farms and support :.! .fIOO Position., -Now on in 1\\.' "chu j,. --- ---- box of soil from the Homestead section
gas !imiosKiMe| thit- they should fore t-r.ues of advancement-one down each

churches. They also own a _Iaru -i Mciiern! Ids Is both complex asi' \-irh side-with exhibits: against! : eithersale which shows at a glance the capability

of town proinrty. The negroes 11, rHn. Iarl'hA dispatch just and
amount .->'. T- :' r-.ui-! Ilf'hACCM..! ,, iitr.M>, and the tn.nwnolous changes abut in the middle a sort of double fertility of the soil of this sectionto
of the South possess about 300. .receivt-d h' re from St Petersburg; produce '
ins :r. 'ih- (-i -i laforn\'ion! from the r..ii'hl by the extrai (,1)0.0..1)orth of proi>eriv. Those figure.1 says that vltncrai; j Kuro >atKia, in a All of
fr.i..t! in 1 I..- '.o 'is nun ,; 'acral amt: cfi ;rir.: ile\eInr! nt cif 'In- last half ct..- of the oil' hall, thus jia inc ih" place this forenoon crowds thronged
arcgiven( by l-'ookor Washington.! telegram 1'. <. iveJ.ilnre. law night
i The t..ii.. .!l- jj-ia'e I' I icti"". tutj ire felt! in ee.ry f'.ber of our so nn-ch more roomy and attnicti.tThe the building. The kodack fiends
root thinks :t wuuU aid that :".;">"' Japanese hal broken
Th- Washington '
;; a Th.- !..<-. s un both] r s hare been ctai; nii-1" 1 p..J\'I..al.bdm\ ;. Never b- fire vu'ucn have IKI-U :1.I;T.1 the past-! were prevalent In numbers and many
Extra\'aganl' add another through the )Uu.'sinn; left win and that
Ix- to ;
ant the
i \.<-. .dni)" l .'a\y. ai... alibi! .nh; :..*< L.. e ID n tr.t so Last and formidable' term or times ,uri of the hall for were fine pictures of the interior wand
|l"i'," '0. i i .,,!:iuali> ado! il'edt\ Is regaruetl uiI'lrtain. 'U i-'Tinifnt :,
;1 numbers; $100.001\,000 of wealth for the army. inc the affairs: ..r der the find their way to the inspection of
that Kuropntl"ti is dit-t-i..ig',, a comment n'> I they were as I.u"y.al. ices getting:
t bIho United Siau-s At H o'clock this morning r.nothei .
9, -/u.o negroes !hs: iff'tr-, lei wh'lr.i! v: bib; ..;-. j tj f": .iis. of b 'lo'nocratic n pllb1:... The 'h 'tr isrticl.-s! HI shape fur sh >.ving to others in far distant.places.
,, $H capita. di"pniht.. rq"'I\<:'d at St. Petersburg
wnu over per .
i T.. !I' iuI'he -- "I1"1jon.h.dl; hate: told for our ;the best oil l .aUla,,:... The citrus fruit

1i: I i.a pretty goo1 1 showing fin from Kuropatkin saying: "The !ns.h' ri:; is i-ractlcaily a rear ::1U.nlolhl, nihierh'.l well !h' ,in-, v. hullhae \hihit. in the nainiI| be Lnated at I Situation Unchanged.

the .j I )red brother, who is but on Japanese am on the march 'o Mukden
1. < ""Hurd: a r i >:ii.! ilie 1 Jaji.irese: having out .tlo.Hupei! to a sery Inch .h'r.' ; ,' 'he far i nd. of the hall niid. !Imnie'liateurder I a
position !is extremely! dangerous"loverntui
removed from slavery. A My
gh i> r uun oi'.> ini! > 'i, a'i.i his left column bui ,. ear < n-rsy, Mfrlianre; anti l indu.Id !I. an-lagninst the pla'form. Toko.( March: Dispatches! fronT
i'l.nt'says"Certainly it tucS'-ai; ( ni .circhs! h*>n- today announce I '
a < i 1 I.n., nf ,b.lr forces have crossed uf.\\ initiative: bate uiso brought the St er.-iarv and (General Manager:: headquarters In the field say that the A

f- tbthe colored man and brother in their'conviction that Svuropat the Hun r\t-r! "r east of "'1t ltn. ''ar<- arid anxtty iiisei.ranic Inim the Hai.inn: has Captain Jack Graham as fighting: continues with obstinacy oar

the Southern States at least, is not Be kin is fully and hopeless! beaten that 1
; Therare. ro official reports regard acfimiulutiou of great wealth In industrial bus ctiiof a.--.intant J and as he has been both sides. The'liituaUon generally" '
riouil handicapped so far as concern part of his army has been dispersed, '
J iriK lii.. ;is.. ot.tainahle but unofficial centers. 1'ix.n the success' of heie btfoie, tin- duties are cot new to remains unchanged '
of and that the railroad nor'h of Mukden I
LIs accumulate property .
rl.to
e \) our experiment: much depends not h. mid hence the
t.l'r.-? make! the Kiiosian 1.Ji.s.s to last ; m. fact that things

the: marketable description. We gatherIn \\ probably r be cut. tl.h': ; ". .? n :Ih"'I"-III1'1. only as regard our own wel.'are: but ure Ix lug; : uotti-n in shape so rapidly. I A :Missouri man has Invented and

j. fact, the impression that SouthernBfgro's us regards; 1 ib-' wellare of lIIan Ido.1.! If None of the exhibits, especially patented u machine for registering

; < are eufte free to purse prortt- Japs Announce Success. Japs Repulsed Twice. ae fail the cause of fie self government hose in the horticultural department! vnd couhin'OIl'S and majorities. He tt

J able avoeuttons, to acquire wealth. Kuroki's Headquarters! in the Field. :?al.hei-inK. March Stubborn throughout the "' 01'1.1iII rock .ire marked with the cxhihitArV' names Is u little SI
for their families i -The Kussian! artillery has kept up '
and 10 provide homes fifth, m.; l.as !>. .-n going on all ay. \ti> its fdiinOatlons. and therefore our ,i I simply! btintagged and numbered had a machine for 30 years that'would ;

and, as Prof. Washington has already a heavy fire on the Japanese guns Four ..I.ipaiieitlMsious are seven re ]>outiibiliiy is heavy, to ourselves though the names are recorded with furnish any kind nf majority that was

t' shown they enjoy equal advantages most all day. The Japanese ere gathered miles W.-M of MuK'l-2n. The Japanese i itinlay tu the worl.l as it is today and to the 'he 11U. .b.r lu tho secretary e book. wanted. It was invented by )t. S. ;

with. the ,,'biteshen it comes on the slopes so close to the '
I made! two infantry attacks on venerations jet unborn. There is nor 1 his is done so :Iii to avoid l pnrtiality Quay, who died just a short while ago..
f to 'swearing: otr their taxable values Russian trenches that la bonus places ,
INnitiloC Itiil" but were repulsed. sal| reason why we should fear the 1 1fUII1 i I or a possibility of mith in the award- It was a paying.lnH'nl1oD-
: with the assessor. All things consid- their artillery Tliey haii resumed a bombardment of !" but there is every reason why ing of the prizes.ly -0CONVENT ---
$i t-red therefore, it seems a good time support The Russians have abandoned '
the: hill. ne should face it seriously, neitherhtding tomorrow all of the exhibits will IS NOW COMPLETE.And .
eternal about volley firing na't It is believed their
for calling In this cry 1 I
I i The lioin'iitpiin' nt of the Russian! poi from ourselves the gravity': of have been gotten In shape when the

!: the square deal, the down-trodden ne success is achieve I the problems before us' fearing to I Father and Sisters Will '
nor Kennedy
I j on the left and right flanks |i Fair can tie sewn L> a much better ad-\
the door of hope and all the rest --- .
gro. i comii.ued ;yesterday! while the Japan-1 I Ii approach these problems with the unbending ; vantage than todav. Prepare It.
I of It Perhaps if some gentleman with : Terrible Loss of Life. I
i iinfliiH-hiiis! 'se to solve :
I ese swept i'minluS' : Hill with at least pi ris
were to calculate St PNt'rblturIarcb: 4.-The bat- [ Admission! i 15 free and the p.i'nlic PS
for computation
Tenth
a gif j The convent building on
I' two thousand! ) shells from the mortars them rightYtl ; ;,', I
wealth of the tie at the front has assumed enormous IN daily I the visitors in the [ IK the per capita and serve: n'ln?. Towards t-veaing the after 1:11. though the problems, 1 street between Avenues nand C.
,
whites and the blacks respectively, in proportions already and one Assoclat i :invited to attend that they may sec
Japanese aiUaurei! on the right wing are n.w. though (he tasks set before which! has been under construction
this country, he would find that Prof. I ed Press correspondent places the | joust '1\ hal I the soil and the people of
us differ! from the tasks set before our
whens''il! >orn fighting is no-v in progross ;i,
Washington's plea for the! exaltation Russian looses at :20,000: and the Japanese ; 1 Dado county are capable" of pruo lwln;;. 1( for the greater portion of the past
the Russians making an obsti1 \ fainrs who founded and preservedthis

of his race have already received a t at 40000. 1 flare ilrfense. Republic, ihe spirit in which these '' jenf, is completed and now ready for

favorable response.' ,i lie adds that the-Japanese attemptto The S'conc Day. the furniture and other equipment necessary
'lanese ,
t'ndu of artillery fire the Jap- la l.s must be undertaken ani these .
draw their lines around Knropat- corer The second da of the Hade (County
Clearly' ; continues the Post, "the 1 openel infantry attack on I problems fae'tIf our dutyis to be for Its occupancy.The .
an
i| kin has not yet succeeded but that I t twell 1 I 1 Fnr -h-i sued t IN-I..T ..-.,IIr" in that the
negro is.doing very well, and quite as Poutiloff 11111 at 7 o'clock this morning, I done remains essentially un building has been constructedon
exhibits haIII
been and the
the Japanese from Sinmintin are attempting placed ,
clearly he Is dolm so without opposition 'r changed. We know that self-govern .
second attack
{ beaten off. A
s I 1 by forced marches to cut the but were arrangements:: of .he various articlesof the most modern plans and Is an 6, iz
'
by the whites. If the negro doesn'tgo at was s'milarly repulsed after ,, went Is difficult. We know that no
Russian main line of communications. loon produce and otters ise made attrac- ., Imposing\ ; structure. It is two storiesIn
on and do still better for himself he I which Japanese resumed the bong i people needs such high traits of character <:, '
j | live and inviting. tow one can see
g alone will be to blame. So far as wet "bardment of the Hill preparatory to !I as that people hich seeks 'to I height: with nn attic which has
I observe wlthoit
and trouble Incon-
or
can .f'e. the only obstacles in his path Japs Make New Landing. a fresh as.cault. I Itlgl's govern: its affairs: aright through they 1 j ,! dorintr windows, and will be fitted.
vinlencn just what the soil of the
\ladl'ostokIarch: 4.-Two thou
i are conceived by-go-called leaders and i !\ Port Arthur veterans are par- j freely expressed: will\ of the freemen ;! i> up and used when necessary In the ,
is capable of and what It has
sand Japanese troops have been land- county '
make of it." who it hut have faith fnt'ire for bleeping' apartments. It
> prophets who a profession [ tioi >atng! in the flght The.losses on ] compose) we |
t ed at Shpngudshin north of Korea to | produced\ the shape of every kind of also has a cellar nine feet dejpp and
The Is well. Those the result that we shall not prove false to the
negro doing very i both! sides are heavy but i it I j vesctaMe
which place they were conveyed by and fruit indigenous to this
whole of the
which extends the
( memories of the men of the mighty area
who seek to coddle him are his worst so far is undccsi\e.! I section.-!
steamers from the warship flotilla
foundation of the building which 18.
enemies. His best friends encourage I past. They did their work they left i I 1 i i !
while, torpedohoats covered their land the All in nil tho Fair Is all! that could mr.S: feet. Tho cellar will be need '
us Fplen.ll.l heritage we now enjoy.
him to labor to be moral, to accumu- FavorableJapanese..

late property, to respect himself.: Then ing. KuruH's Headquarters, March S.- i Wo lii our turn haw an asi'fc-J con- i be desired which fact 1 Is being attestedby mainly as a ltun'.lrr.Un : hl

x he will not lack tor white friends. 1I 1 The battle is progressing favorable for i' fideiue that we fchall be aide to leave i! the hundreds! who thronged the''1 the first flour there are twoi

I Fighting Ninety Miles Long. < building last nigh'! ', and wore on hand class rooms 22x22 feet In
i -o--- 1 the 'Japanese although a snow storms j this heritage unwasied and enlargedto ,I i slie. ana a, .
Tokio March 4.-Aside from belief I again:: this morning at the opening.Noticeable ,
I' parlor and music
children and to children'schildren. room that 10x22:!
our our are
A. coolness is reported to exist: oe j. | swirling over the hilltops and the i

tween Governor Higgins and ex-Gov :; official announcements the army department gunners get glimpses at their human I I To do so we must show :i among those taking in the : feet each. There Is a hall running:

:is not Informed of the trend Farr the
i not merely in gn.at crises, but in the are strangers In town the north and south through the building
:
erne Odell of New York. This targets only when\ the clouds I'.ft I ,
be the moat | of events in Manch'*-(ia. though it evidently i everyday affairs of life, the qualities majority of whom manifest! a keen interest 1 10x49 feet and one east and west CxS.ti
cause of the freeze up in an 1 The Japanese have made great gains r

around Albany. i j considers that activity exists by night; advances against the RusMarleft i of practical intelligence, of courage I! in the exhibits especiallythe ,:i feet in si/.e. The east and west haJJI

along the entire front which is estimated vegetables: end fruits!, which quickly *
and this manner took Offu- '1 of hardihood and "endurance and \1 1al'e I i vas prov Ided so that if It became new -
g I to be ninety niiies long. It Is in i catch their eyes and receive the most I '
all the power of devotion to a fsmary at any future time to enlarge
New mountains! surprising'tho
Chwacg, March .-It la report rial; and Taka ,
I doubtful if any general action yet has lofty ideal which made great the menaho favorable comments each and everyone the convent the additions could bemade
s ed here that Tie Pass has been Infested Russians and meeting with iittK j
| commenced. l'e"l1s
f expected soon \ fonnded this Republic lu the days expressing surprise that there Is ': to the east and west sides and

by the Japanese-and that Ku i i of a severe battle! at Chuipingtal resistance. a section of the country capable of soave hall
fopatkln having The Russians ma<1e feeble and iu- of .ishlhgion, which mad" great the a running. entirely through, g.
no alternate will ,
likely
1 where the Russians rallied after their producini: such articles of vegetation; '' the
be forced several villages j men who preserved (his! Republic: in building.
to surrender his efT ftiial attacks on
4 army. defeat at Sinkhetchen. The lotteries I and fruits at this eason of the s
A tremndous bombard- ''hpa's of Abraham" Lincoln. year.It A kitchen In the rear of the first
last nighv
'of: both armies are exchanging! heavy I is IIN1I'411 to say Boob or dwell, floor! Is.,20x22: feet In dimensions and '
\i being made to the westward ,
Railroad Cut. !Ian
fire. upon| the veieabU: *s. They are there ::
1'I I All Bills Signed. is provided with a pantry, cupboard.

'I' Tokio, March 9.-The Japanese have I'I't I u i.l.i\. j Was-hinctou.:: Iur-h 4.-Tho Senate and in the most rhofro varieties nnll. J Jliimiuities. :.et....

cut the railroad north of Mukden. Gains. I
Steady Japanese
t i I took! a thirty minute rwress at 10.45 There are the big cabbage The second story is reached by a
in I 1 I A Million Men in Action.
Tokio March 4.-It is announced today .
the rdih sin l big i nough to supplya beautiful of fine
o'clock this morning after anfioiiticcnuut stairway made a quality
Jape Victorious.Mukden from in OKu's Headquarters Tuesday (de- J ,
Japanese headquarters
j I that all approprmtion. family of a ,do/rn or more: 1 he1'/ (>al of Georgia pine, highly polished
March 9, 2:30 a. m.-The Manchuria: that the fighting on the left ,, laye<| i.-The Russians have been eeltire I
Japanese i lulls hitd been 51 net. the lust being turnips with leaver tao and throe feet .sn'I oiled. This story consists of four
yesterday attacked the village center and right has resulted in''1 for several days evidently ex-1 I
the neutral ilef.ciency! Mil. high! ; new Irish potato s of "n'ry'a-: !*-d rooms Ii>x22:! feet and the (chapel.
k of Ptidiasa. northwest of the Imperial 1 steady Japanese paii.*. The Japanese, :; i-ctiiig the Japanese to move. All of '
I riety and airs.thrat.rage .
; IIIZt cauliflower which U :.'I:!:: feet in bite.
w' tombs and a fierce fight followed it is added, defeated the Russians at ,, their attacks are being easily repulsed :| and lettuce ,
but I Fairoanks Inaugurated.Washington. ; sweet pepper i The chapel Is over the front entrance .
the Russian advance guard was Sinmintin. by the Japanese| who are suffering noserious ,
Marsh I.-In the presence ra-ldl-ihes, l-'ts and in fact everything to the building and Is separated '
obliged to abandon
the
tillage during I losses.Kvery .
of tiianif his fallow citi/.en3! .produ'-able In a tropaal illmalu from a large hall by highly polished l
the nlpbt.a Kuropatkin Launches Blow. i indication Is that both sides I)
The vii-I and celebrities aa could "lm crowded! of a veg, tale! nature are to be seen ,I r> press sliding doors 10 feet wide A
Japanese also attacked the St. Petersburg, March C.-The As- : are preparing for What may prove the ,
I into the Semte ch.imber Charles Warren In btm.latice url of such a quality as i or/piT i-handrllcr! cf six electric light
lage of Santaitse north of the Imperial : sociate.l! Press has Just learned that dfctehe! baule ..f the war and probably ,
( Fairbanks was, at high; main today to reflect thureatfH! credit upon the hangs from the center of 'the'ceiling,
''
tombs. Fierce fighting; continued General Kuropatkin has launched a a million\ men will be ready to i
inductel into vlce-Presiiioney! county in which they' wtTej-aiwil. j, with ihree I I lights! on either side. The ,
? there as the dispatch" was filed. : blow at Field Marshal Oyama's center move when the battle begins. I I
of the t'nited States wit befitting ceremonies Of the fruit tho same can be said ; altar ig in a kind of buy window and
The Japanese outposts have reachedHlrantarhan ; east of the railroad and the fighting/ i hi ; The battle must be fought before the 4,
1 nod those customary to the The crapefiilit; ) are In many varieties, j: has au arch ten feet wide by tea
on the south front and 1 desperatealong tin entire'line.Kuropatkina general thaw of the snow and ice j
occasion. of good I Rile and healthy in appearante. | '' huh In front sirroundvJ by seven
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heavy .cannonading( ia. ID progress i losses in killed and comes thus making: the roads Impass! :
The
i/raiig.s are also c.1 sucha electric lishts.!
there. The Japanese left army has wounded to last night are placed at'< able. i
a< cut and I | But Little Change. { quality and vari<'ty as to invite an The hole interior of the building isinlt.hed
destroyed the railroad between 23,500 while It is believed that Oya- ,
eq'iiil but nt a superior. 0!her trait ]; : 1 in polished pine and cypress.There .
rr second\
larrllTho
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+ Mukden :New York,
and Tie Pans. ma has lost fully 40000. Battle Rages Ceaselessly. I
toolh cultivated! and wild are liberally I Is a plaza tc the first-floor on
Details of the result are not.obtain The Japanese army according to Mukden, Sunday March 5, (delaredlAll ) ', day of the strike on the Rapid 'rransitlines
exhibited many of which have nc'\,'r.j the west side 49 feet long, and verandas
able at present The Russian;l are ID ; prisoners. Is greatly exhausted and day long the battle has raged i iceas' begun: ; with little ehanre from
been seen or shown before. I I I for both storied on the south side _
retreat over the northern roads. Their I they' repeat the story that some of'Nogi's le.slThe. Japanese are con-J yesterdaj. Trains are running': in the '
I In theVotnatl's Department It jwould j'l.r rear, 6S feet in length, the one>
casualties are ten thousand end the : wen have rot had food in twoda's. centrating th ir energies on MHrhi.ipa: subway and some improvements are ;i j

;& center is shown the Elevated but the trains-} take too much space to ""S-J above stairs being! well laticej In. .
retreating in great confu ;i for the possession of which th-y havebeen |i. on 'IlIoClnhan.
Scribe the vaiious and costly articlesof j i The plastering was done by Jerry
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sion. -tl- struggling: : for two days but with i curry nani|>ttrtlvcly! ( wptss. ugers.

.,, 1t HOPE OF VICTORY IS VANISHED. I work many: of them requiring. the <: and Is admirable lit every
the Japanese so
air of their cava'-ry ,
efforts and patience of weeks; Tinil I respect
---- Mine Horror.
A Humane Order. far have !lien unable to dislodge the ) Another
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months in their production. This e-: i All modern appliances! were used to.iine "
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i' Toio. March 9.-Field Marshal Oya"ma i And Kurooatkin Must Fight it Out Russians w ho are defending their'' Charls ton. -\\'. Va., March S.-AtShrewbbury I
hll.lt(! l is especially! attractive to the i i the building perfect in Its sanitary -
:: yesterday In his order directing I lt With Oyama. woiks with bulWoi! tenacity. t a mining village! 11 miles'aisove
women visitart. vvh' arc amazed at the plumbing unit lights.
: j i water
; a pursuit of the fleeing Russians prohibiting ; --- Japan' <-<.*' irhrnpiel have been burst- ,, here, a mine car carrvin; tea J !
beautiful pines of h.uiiiiworlt: : and !! The original plans of the bullJWiS( ..t.
the troops from enieiteg: Muk I St.: Petersburg, March 7.-All hope ins: wi'hin one mile and a half of thehim : v'irkmtntasbed, dour! Hn incline* 1,'<>C I :, .
other pfodutlons i>(needle and threa I I I drawn by J. A. McDonald, and
II u t re
Y i that defeat
den in masses out of respect: to the Kuropatkln turn 11110 river railway bridge which IS. fe.t. killing: four and .HII!'. !air four I
soil h os only I their sex are capable of the contractors for its construction:
tombs and the i 1 i victory :s rAI't1y8nI5hlr! ? as thpusltiin ,
palaces of the Imperial evidently] their object to capture, ami oth rs. I :
Chinese household !j of the Russian arQIh:1.' forsi.mg. | were Messrs. UnlIer..Urady Mann .
and i j 1 '111-- I \.l.bl': of tmintln !is also tar The tainting was under the supef1410n &J.rj
Inhabitants increasingly desperate during'the :
growi- ;; par inn of the Hun river positions! noirh Russians Ousted. I I''I .
t twenty-four uhurs. above th" .1" raw: ainl ;';\'erul speci- ". : of Cots :Mul'er.! .
pa of Muden: untenable. Itpnn..nkulllp Headquarters> lMoi
n4 Russians i i i .It U. rumored that KuronatRia itsafrca.ly tiuiis are h"'n that compare favorably i, .\II who had a hand In the construe :
Report. continuous tcMik tinfavor-
!Tierce: and engagements i 'lay nixlii; -KventE an
: with 'hit of III')!!.. who havetna-le f the bnlliUOR doss r-e credit, for .i
:!: : '>!! r>
St Petersburg March glteo orii'rT in rc real. \II I :.
9.-The general ( : are taking;! place four miles north of able turn for the KusMans <> clock I
''" .. a n.H" ..:.d ira.-h In 'h. wurl.S! of art. 'h.- inplte and txc"llnt in.inner In',
tat he is )I. h ::
war office has received a. alepatcb : .11 11':1 v withdrawing Mn,'hinjia! and a decision in the battle this o, "nln*?. Aft r a day of mailed
i The ohibr, of treetl: ;>!ar.'s and ;:, wlin-h it wan doo\ while <>i- people SoI
from General] thief rot |! forces, "but experts believe he toss;
Kuropatkla's shiiiilil\ IKn>nrh<'il today or tomorrow ly <>h rcssful attic I fl.jn. is T is most a"'nn five.-, 1 that of the |i i-f the city will rejoUei.l: (he, fjod-
staff dated today saying: I w-aiu-ii too long; that thej must fight The boii'l'iirilnipnls of Erda ..'1. Novcur ousted the Itl.l.: : ,!,:,, froii; ..11 Important I

Several fierce attacks made| In their present position snot that it ,' nf the I.uilc River' Nurseries beta uexcen-1! I 1'ollboHca In the f-aahlishmi-it! in MI-
were < 'Isoil: IVutlloff Hill, rontinu-n ]' >si'ion on oh.is 1 c "'Iit'! ',
t rah. Iar'.1.end', ..-''.It.11. nil of so excellent: an ir.stuton! aa.h .
roor-
oa our north front during the night, ( Will be Impossible to extricate but itnsurcessful to the Japanese.Will ast ru wrniy. '
The pr"rvint depsr a..n'. Im-.ud! ) !t < onvent.dxthi'r .
but aU were repulsed. In other directions | that a'r 'Ulnant of the army. The Jajiatise :*n jNo i I'f< ""'''<; thIluss'ati I
prepared l Iriilts grow: i and! pre.--rv :; IC-nn;: ily I and sev."ml Sister
the night was quiet'Five j At the war oSco it is said that the Hear the People. rl<:h' c-n--r Ji.iri', 1 !h. K'l-- n-rf |
l I. I b far one of the : to arrive! bore tonight
I .1 in ibis: < nil > > I i-- "united"
Japanese seige sans brought from St. Petersburg March 4.-The I Irai gians late b. *'n order--: !-. I. 'eke theposition

Miners Killed.St. m:4\ xh.-i'-! "{ the l"ar! and deuioustratos ,ir ton.urrow to superintend the ar-
j Port Arthur are inflicting terrible 1 i irial Rescript announces that the 1 a: :ons cosHh\ > iu.s. lo I

Petersburg, March 9.-A dispatch punishment on the Russians. :Nothingcan Emperor his decided to coney the both sides ox'curred today. fully the n.t.ny .11" In i ihl' :r.inirms and prl-tl lrt.lo.Da con-

" from Ekatorfnbtlar in South : withstand them. There is great assembly of elected representativesof h the or.itue fiuava: mango; kum- \ ..tll tor opening ai an early date.

.y Russia says that ,Ave miners have fear that telegraphic; communicationswill the people to consider future legis- : Russian Retreat Reported. ------ -

been killed and ft wounded In a be cut at any moment lation. It has produced a wonderful i iI ToWo. March T.-It Is reported here Always Remember the Full Name

conflict between strikers and troops 1
--0--- Impression. j that tho Russians are preparing to ,

at Seoerbinoaf mines The strikers |!i Commission Dissolved. 'I Ii I,,I The war and battle below Mukden 1 1I abandon 'Mukden and Fui-han and retreat

began looting the traps threatened 'to j St Petersburg, March 7-The Schid- i it I! has been forgotten for the time being to Tie I-nss. I L axative Bromo Quinine

shoot when'the strikers fired on the I I t liriskl commission appointed to ascertain ;I over the receipt of this news which Is :

troops who replied. i the cause of discontent among
Revolutionary |
nailed as a second proclamation of Battle Renewed at Daylight.

disorders hate broken out at Smolensk the working people, has been dissolved Cures-
I I 1 I emancipation un the anniversary ofi :Mukden, :March 7.-The battle \

5 and in middle Russia bands of demonstrators by the Emperor. This is explained (
: ; 1 i I the first and the Novoe Vremya characterizes around Mukden was renewed at' daylight : .

are marching through the !! by the refusal of the workmen to elect ,:
It as "Russia's happiest : this morning:, the artillery fire j

streets. carrying the red 1Ia(. |I I representatives to the commission. i I hour." I becoming very heavy. i t8. ? OQ 80L 2So. r



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