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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 17, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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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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.,." As One Through the New Ship Channel to the Sea, Opened Tues I i l' 'h'r"bur.larch: 1C.-News 1 by Etui*'rur Nicholas and li> cabin t. J

Season is Just Now a Topic Beginning of a Most InterestingCase from the front is again very serious. \t tOyama and that th-v derived thai if foreign 7

day Afternoon In Presence of Large Crowd. Is striking another blow 'n'olil u-aa denied! that Ku,*ii would tti#
at the ,
of Speculation. i Yesterday.I" find the ni<>ii"y*:-t houu-
defeated Russia snug, and In spite
I The sold stock in the Imperial Ilati.:
i In the pretence of a large crowd off helghth of 3 feet above mean low I of the exhaustion of his forces after I
: I alone would suffice many month aa<
; city officials water. their twelve days' *
visitors and residents ofF struggle at Mukden I assisted by expedients yet untried bythe I:

F\ Miami, the canal forming a part of the t'p to date no rock has been remoi"d "How wavy people han visited i i iHaml \\hat pniinlKiii iti hn one of the most and violnitr. he has been ab'e to or.j Finance llinist.-r, would 1 suflo ,31
st i from the cut, the material being ganl/e a fresh turning movement In'1 1the
tir, proposed new ship channel in the bay, \ this season"? was the question interesting murder lasts ever heard many years.A .
composed of sand and broken shell I I hone of completing his j
victory
,* and extending through the peninsular! the removal of the rock will nfcked of a Metropolis reporter this I IlUomlng. 'r In Iiiule county or .the Slate of Florida, at Mukden. won for men the government cent'do"'

frf'Jand Can any one answerthe was plHc-ts! on trial Thursday before far drawn only t-even to nine per
north of Norris shortly be
Fa Cut on !.he'i commenced, and a It is evident now that Tuesday's
\- question. Evidently not; because I I Judge Jones in the circuit curt of the flitfbli-B for service In Russ.
other side to the ocean was opened powerful dipper dredge will take this attack on the Uiut'.ia al\ane line
there is no wax of ascertaining the I I and In which Bruce ,Andrews, a welli
work in hand
!! into the ocean afternoon. aided by a chisel rock at the Fen river was: only a feint .
Tuesday laps Tie
'... breaking machine which is already at figures and all. that one can do is to i I: known young ufcite man of this city, while Occuplc Pass.Washington. t
Japanese columns .
The were being March 16.-Th, State ,
e
event was in is the
1// no manner ImposIng work in the cut estimate or make a guess. I; defendant
"
gotten Into
position In the
::1 and there were no ceremonies, The work n expected to be romplet1 The hotel registers, of course, will All of the mornings session of the rear, and Russian Department has received a telegram
jenterdcy the blow
was from Tokio
f1J/f though It was nn act meaning much early nt'xtt'ar, when it is hoped show a head count, but this will not I' court was occupied in the securingof struck. dated today which says

that the channel will be come within a reasonable number of a jury States Attorney Palmer f I that th -laiiane1"1 "ccnpled Tie Pass yt
in the opened for
i1 future'dt'\"elopnlf'rtt and growth I Dispatches to the Associate! l this
I traffic. The Unlshed work will visitors and tourists who have been prosecuting and Price F: Gaulier de- j PrtSI'' morning. v!

comprise I
::f... of. Miami For several days past thedredge I today brings the news tint the
1't< a basin 18 feet in depth 1,600 here, because a large percentage of I fE'ndinand< though both side were I I Continue
'' tie is now progressing north of Tie j
_ has been its War.
t, slowly working feet by 500 feet adjacent to the docksat them hate been quartered in the hundred i rigid In their examinations of P
to the Pans That Kuropatkln has again been Ifc-rlin. March 16.:-The German
ri'way up point where the two I j j
Miami, thence a channel 18 feet or more boarding houses and lalenmcn, the Iwehe men mho are to
Waters would meet and forever I surprised outwitted and out generated j got eminent has 1-11 informed that ,
more
determine the Innocence of' I
}; deep and S5 feet wide across the bay, i i private houses renting rooms, and of or guilt
blend aa one, and a'"s late as last Friday b>' the Japanese', Is given lair Inference the Russian Emperor hail again put "
1 thence a channel 18 feet deep, 100 : whom no record can be made. the accused were becured as follows: 1
: ; the announcement that the canal I from the manner in which he j aside all peace suggestions, and launshaken
I W. A. Spencer" C. H. Redlfer. J. A.
feet wide
c to the shore of the Atlantic Then, too, it would depend on what
:would be opened today was made.A abandoned the Fen river position I In his resolution to continue,
J.'ales
W. M. Hill A. W.Cromartle. O.r. .
Ocean thence 18 feet deepening to one constitutes the season. Many ,
general invitation was extendedto leaving so hurriedly that he was obliged the war. All of the higher offlcUls!
.' 20! feet 100 feet wide to the JO foot recognize the opening and closing of Gardner C. U Dorothy W. D. Palmer -
the public to be present and aoeordingly to burn the most of his stores to in the Far East recently sent a peti-
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If a large and Interested prevent their falling !nto the hinds tion to the Ktrprror not to consider
ending of the season. That in :Montgomery and J. E. Pendleton.
crowd attended the Ferry Company of the Japanese
peace.
Details of Opening. an, official sense may be true, but it I After securing the Jury It was placed -
\,- handling the majority of them while It is evident that the Japanese
..' Owing to the lateness of the hourat by no means Indicates that it marks In charge of a bailiff and court adJourned .
;naany went over In private and chartered struck in on the crippled Russians Russian Strike Improving eSr.
which the canal connecting Bis.'I the start and finish of the travel Far until 2 o'clock that afternoon
;y1,' launches. The time of opening I from West Pass, practically a gate. Petersburg, March 16.-Th Zttm- >
cayne Bay with the ocean and being ) from it, though the great bulk or when the State be an. Its prosecu.1
fj t.the cat was i)0 timed that the water Ins I where the mountains and Llao river stove Doumas. etc, throughout Rae
a part of the new channel to deepwater tion.
rush of the travel does occur between
the bay was higher than that In the 1 meeet and which commands the whole sla are taking advantage of the Impe ?*
was opened on the oUter side these two events Details of the crime with which
t sea and accordingly, when the that country northward. rial ukase Issued simultaneously with :?
of the bay Tuesday afternoon, the young Andrews stands charged are I
With the beginning of fall and as
hit began to trickle through the
crevice With the Japanese behind the Russians the rescript that "Individuals and In
u. Metropolis was unable to give any of October health wen known. On the night of the 2nd
; : It,was not many moments before early as people seeking at Tie Pass Knropatkin's position stitutions" have the right to freely
the details the bare fact I
that
= except of February 1904. Andrews accordingto
; there was a considerable flow and a and a, mUd climate begin to come is extremely' more critical than petition the Emperor effecting the welfare -
the event had taken ,
place. allegations while In the vicinity of
1.few South and from then until the
minutes later the two bodies had I present ever before. of the empire and to demand
i7 mingled and flowed as one.'Many The occasion however, proved decid- time the crowd grows In number, North Miami, engaged in a difficulty representation the commlMton.
edly Interesting, and besides Its importance with one J. T. Lovett. of Lovett Ga.. upon
/ from late in November and
had to
expected see. a great though Foreign Credit NOt Necessary. The strike situation seems
'carries a bit of sense and altercation everyrt
and in which the said Lov-
,.& grand rash of water, but such was not early December the rush Is heavy. Berlin March 16-It Is reported hero where to be improving. The Terror-
humor that will ever remain connected ett was struck on the head by a brick ,
the ease though that from the canal The bulk of the is
with this important achievementthat travel now over that the question of money to carryon tilts have notified the government: that t
..1. went out rapidly and quickly cut awaythe though many will linger until at lateas their
_ discussed
means the beginning of one ofMiami's Continued on eighth page.) the war was recently they will\ cease acUvltie
? sandy soil obstructing Its passage May before beginning their journey -
future greatest avenues of
rJ t to free clreui. on. A photographerwas IlIOrth'Kard.
'
development.It
,, on hand and took a number of Under these conditions and the
was-thought that the cane! would .
,.tTlewa_ of the opening from different question of Just what constitutes the
have been opened not later than 1oclock
|H olnts of vantage. season, it would be difficult to figure
in fact everything was timed
I
The following Is brief of
a resume with any accuracy on the number of
for that hour or thereabouts, but as
c, !!,t.. the work already accomplished and frequently occurs the unexpected happened people who have been here though THEFINESTSIIOESy
that to be pursued from now to theattinlate
there approximations and
''i( -a connection with the suction are many' ,
< completion: the general estimate places the number -
,0; been doing
has
of the dredge that
pipe
3; In 1902 a bill appropriating $300- the officlnl the
for time
,
season or
000.00 for the purpose-of constructing the work broke, and Incapacitatedit marking the opening and closing of '

wharves a channel at eighteen Miami feet to deep the from Atlantic the two, when of soil apparently would have another set the yard waters or the Royal Palm Hotel, at about i ,{){IU, that Women can wear r.e

and those for the entire winter,
of the bay and the mighty ocean mingling or
Ocean by Congress. It .ev
was passed Finding that the damage from the flr.it of October to the first!
t that of this work the as one.
provided
was to the" dredge could not be repaired of April at 109,0+J0. These flures: maybe I J
l _:Florida\ East Coast Railway Company .
Immediately, Superintendent off a few thousauil lint III", are I
'was to execute at their own expense
Van and Chief Engineer the estimates of those best qualified
Anglen
that:portion of the cut from, the I
Thomson tried to force tho cut wick to judge of the travel.Discussing .
wharves at Miami to within about 500 I I I
of the but the resent season, a
other machinery dredge
I
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feet of: the east shore of the bay. .
;| failed. I prominent citizen voices: the expression
From this point to the Atlantic Ocean
then that the resourceful and fact that it has been &;henomen -
it was
of the A Good Miami Women
iiT.Is to be dredged the expense t Many
: mind of Capu U D. Potter, oflhe Linnet phenomenal in many ways. a
which is also to
,. United States, pro- l t
_r Tide a-.stone Jetty for the protection i came in handy,'and hastily securing 1st. it has been the largest season in

iyof the entrance of the channel at the shovels two boys tried to dig out the history of the State and Miami 2d, a

.ocean end. H sufficient opening to let the water the kind of people composing It, and .

,_ Up to the present time the Florida through, but failing, were relieved by thirdly the length of their "ta lng. -

has Mr. 8. A. Belcher and Mr. Boss who The Royal Palm filled up on the nightof -
East Coast Railway company want them and forears have sold shoes here .
; 'Dredged about 440,000 cubic yards of were in turn relieved by Mayor John the Sth of Feb., a few nights afterits so we

so 1< t ..Bud* forming a channel about 15,600 Sewell and President of the Council opening, und a thing unprecedentedIn which in every derail are the eqnal} of the daintiest and 6ll

with minimum width of 60 I F. W. Hahn they giving way to Its history, while the other hotels j .
feet long a '
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finest custom made shoes. Most of the who
1 ik'feet on the bottom andarying from1.10 Messrs. Jas. Girtman and S.A,Belcher, were full and turning 'em away before I women buy .

\ .- to 16 feet In'depth. A twelve inch who succeeded in starting the water that. Hundreds of those. who i: them have been coming to us season after season. Sometimes .

-<-, hydraulic pump dredge is working days to running. came early hate remained all season 1
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and night 'on the channel and the In the meantime daptaln Potter. Engineer and many are here yet, "while more I they have tried a pair somewhere else and generally r,

work Is In charge of Mr. L. L. Dodge Thompson and Dick Aughen- nro stm coming at the present time not worn them Ion" l before they came back for

'7', ,superintendent- for the Florida Ban baugh secured' a boat from the Linnet than were ever !known before at this

fi'-# Coast Railway Company. and as soon as a sufficient amount ofsand late date.

'' The work of dredging by the United had been washed out!, manned the The West has tlgured more prominently -'

,\ 1.States' was awarded by contract to boat and passed through into the than ever before in the numberof

I; 4; P. Sanford Ross Incorporated of Jersey ocean. Thus will they figure as the travelers, but above all noticeable I

""-, City N.'J, and under the manage- first persons to go through Miami's features in connection with the migration

intent of superintendent, Mr.'C. deep water channel to the sea. South has been the stability of .

d'Va. Anglen. -baa been successfully This was at 4:10 o'clock though the the people, a large percentage of them Another Pair ofMaloney's

'carried on. The work Is under the first'water! a trickle made by the seeking rest and health more than Mej

: supervision of the United States War dredge began to flow at 3:30 o'clock. recreation and pleasure, and being I

Department, the Florida district being During all these hours a hungry and content to lounge around the hotel .

.J In charge. of Captain Francis R.* interested crowd of several hundred and remain quiet to fishing, hunting, I i i

t of engineers U. S. Army. persons stood and sat about waitingfor
Shank corps
etc. that has characterized: the general -
-" Mr. E. Bnrstem Thomson, U. S. the climax. It finally came and i Shoes
ysari' lU&s of tourists In ueasuns past.
'Assistant Engineer, Is in direct charge then there was- a scurry homeward.
It has been an older and more substantial ,
of the operations here assisted by A large,part of the crowd liras carried set than ever before. ,

)fr. C.M. Brown and Mr. A. J. Sackett, over by the ferry company while The general health of the visitor I'!

TJ 8. Inspectors.Dredging many others went in private and chartered ,
,
hall been better than ever known.
the Government contract I launche4' In the gathering were r
en
e Those seeking health have found It. e
commenced In August last many persons of prominence among
was few deaths less than half a
T and but i .
87- John Sewell. President Hahn 1
8r to the present time about Mayor
an i >
i dozen-have occurred. Out of the
cubic of material have been and other members of the council: I
000 yards
removed forming a channel with a members of the board of trade R. W. 'I great number who came here weak '
N the verge of the grave Sewell & Brother
and sickly! on John
E. I
and J.
7 least width of about 125 feet on the Parsons. 2nd vice-president of the : this is a wonderful record. .
bottom, and varying from 6 to 13 feet Ingraham. vice-president
s i,400 feet In length F. E. C. Ry. H. W. Merrill, managerof I The northward travel is now on in I!
'
: }n depth A Jetty
hoe feet north of, and parallel to the the Royal Palm, Japanese Consul full blast and by the first of the month j I The only exclusive shoe dealers iti Miami .

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of Tchlda. and a numb of the visitors will have been pretty well |
axis of the cut. Is in course construction General S.

ittzr ; 17,000 cubic yards of coral others. weeded out thouch many will linger ]! i Yc

a rock having already been placed In The event while not Imposing to until after that, fearing to risk the; 4

of great importance danger of encountering a late bllzrar j J J. .
position. This is to form the hearting any degree was one I c .
of the Jetty which will ultimately be and marks another epoch in I or freeze: in the Northern and Western '1 I .

capped by heavy granite blocks to a the future ot Miami part of the country. I 11r"'R _,, ...a&1teae -- T

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STAY UNTIL MAY. DADE COUNTY'S LOSS.A I I r tatlon was wiped out In Dade county. and those Individuals
I I assisting In the bnt It mark the culminating of
i eome
MIAMiMETROPOLIS Occasionally a tourist makes'theITl'llt special bulletin has been issued I Just to the contrary of that The digging of this channel by private of the largest and heaviest real estate y

mistake of going North thus damage!> was slight, and It Is now an means and t 2
by the State department of agricultureupon expenditures have faith In transactions
ever made
::1 ..._ __ early and many perhaps, will be returning ,I the admitted fact that what little Injuryi Miami's future and la Miami and '
damage to fruit trees and advantages and Dade county
I Ithlfshed Every FrI4a7 IB the f1eUop- all thin month. Such persons I i sustained has during a eorrespoadtnc' Q
vegetable crop by tno freeze of Jan i iI I proven an advant- are aiding them along and that It I period. .
t oU> Building.liuni not only meet the ever prevailing blizzards Instrad of .;:
J _. nary 24 to :28! 1905. Dade county is age a detriment Dade county U destined to a place of prominence j' The purchasing has In '

II ,. T rr. s.-w. pas, Sa.TrcuThe of cold and snow, but they find I II I proportioned as follows: has advantages possessed by no commercially and otherwise with the I" been confined to Miami, and the Immediate mala, :

1 Printing Company. themselves encountering sleet, slush Orange crop on trees at time of other county in the State. It has the seaport towns and cities of the south I I vicinity though thousands .

I, and mud always prevailing In the climate and the soil to make truckingand Atlantic.In of dol. '
freeze, 75 per cent; damage to oranges lars have been '
atered to the Postoffice at Miami. North during March, and more or leas I I I planting profitable, and It Is Inhabited this and Invested in farm and .i;
I other"
I 5 per cent; damage to bearing many ways Is Mi trucking lands of the
Fla as second-class natter.OM in The of the tourist, county, and apes
April. memory:
by a people that know the ami's
i trees, 00; damage to grapefruit S percent not stability and future assured. The which there will locate
I Indeed be if he does not i new people tad
must. poor word faiL Its will
yea.?...... .... .............$%.00 I ; damage to bearing trees, 00; advantages bear an past and the present are monumentsof spring up new fields, patches of .

Btu; months,.. .. ..........-..... 1.00 recollect these disagreeable! conditions. damage to other fruit trees 10 percent Investigation and the person contem- this fact, and It is with a feeling etables and homes, the like of vet .
Here the weather is especially lovely plating a change of home base of which' !
or pride and -
Those In to strawberries 00 satisfaction that its have made
t' paying advance will re- : damage ; people Dade county famous.
during March and April and the songsters could not do better
solve a year's subscription for ILSO. from damage to vegetable crops C2 per cent than to give It consideration realize that It Is indeed a Magic In Miami the bulk of the purchasing' '\
of the forest delight the car
for hero he !
and six months' subscription for 75, Commenting upon and explainingthe can find about City In every sense the words Imply was mainly for residence and : f!
sun to sun, while flowers lend their all that mortals crate here below. I I I hnstaeec ,
j I .... This 1 I. a liberal discount to In. : tabulation and referring to Dade o block building only I the land .id
The waters ol I betas
} fragrance everywhere. ; .
toe* strictly advance payments.COYPABATIFE county the department says: -o- DIET AGAINST DISEASE. bought though there have been ..
and river warm and anglersare a suns '
ocean up TAMPA'S t
MID-WINTER
I "We have placed the damage to vegetable FAIR. Lent Is with us. it Is an appropriate her of big deals In which bloeh'al.reedy ., ..
DISTANCES In their glory. ___ j lime
crops at the above conservative I to consider the matter of diet established changed
j ,...... fromTe We repeat don't make the mistake Elaborate Preparations Now Being Not as hands the ;
figures after due Inquiry and it a matter of religion, but as a former owners '
deriving
From I : may I nimdtom .
1Tw I Felt of going home too early. Walt till May Made for this InatltutJon.
be considered a fair estimate of the question of life and health, most of ns profits on the transaction. Those "
1 Jlue.//19lles 1st-Daytona Halifax Journal.o par-
I should
I Mllet I damage. Many of the fields that were la eat less than we do. not merely chasing farm lands will become pejN".

1; .--.t:__. ._, eaiS ... .: -- Tampa preparing to follow up the through a period of
forty days but
t.t all manent
residents
I Umna.:. .._ .... SIt sat i.1 supposed to be rained are springing remarkable achieved last of the county. 'I'M'
....... T. WATSONS success
... year
ORGAN.
I .......M ad 117 the time. Dr. Wiley the
-- but what their Government'sfood majority of them ;
.tlaee deOllbA__ --. dies I M7 up anew bearing capacity at the great South Florida Fair and are experienced: IA'

j 0.,. s nytle........ Sts m ell will be we cannot tell. Southern Mid-Winter expert says: "I am not a crank farming and tracking In the North :'
Tom Watson's Exposition by holding next
magazine is now on on I
Paaa.. UPG fit feu Dade county Is now shipping 700 dieting believe In a man's eating and West and are therefore In a mock:
t1W14wsr5. the winter a State Fair to be known as
market The first part of It is Tom what
he likes
Omfcu AnIo.lel.. r.1 ew I MlMl Watson In long primer In which Italics crates per day. The principal damage the Florida State .lId-Wlnter Fair, but I believe In a man better position to succeed and prom ,

S saes Jw.".."."" ,111'1 as was to young plants that would have keeping young, and he can do this beat per than are those who take tha'i, !
..ea(Bah..... i and capitals play a prominent part and in which every county in Florida by up n.

11,1)-) M4 ........ been coming in later. There was also Cuba and other West Indian Islands avoiding an excess of nitrogen In vocation aa a venture without expert- ._
The latter half of It is devoted to his .
food and this
fruits and nitrogen Is containedin once.
tie damage to citrus that,
whether to be included.To .
stories good or bad we can't are
FRIDAY, MARCH 17. 1905. only in the northern part of the meat.MIn All are enthusiastic over their new
N say. Tomb publication stands for political carry out the gigantic plans
ty. The ties of all kinds southern, the January number of the National acquisitions. Those who will band '
charter has been
contemplated a
reformation along Tom Watson applied -
1 It wouldn't be surprising if Koropat- lines. Several devoted part show no signs of the cold. Avocado for in behalf of the Florida State Review, a London publication residences will either do so for theirown ..' .
are to
....'. retreat ended up in extending his "the political situation pages" which, according pears mangoes, sugar apples :Mid-11'inter Fair Association with T. Is an Interesting article on "The Coming use, or for the purpose of renttoc, ''r

trip to St. Petersburg. and other tropical fruit trees aro as Revolution In Diet" It Is partly realizing that more desirable buildings .
Tom J. L. Brown inaugurator and promoter
Ic bad.
to The improve .
? way to
l5 I and fresh before- the cold. a review of Dr. Hate's work "Uric for that purpose Is one of the greatest II '1
n as i iI
green : of the fair the bead
Is to follow Tom and elect him South Florida at

(c Peace negotiations hare not pro- President Ta his "friends in the cause j I The bloom on the trees was not dami of the movement With him and other I Acid as a Factor In the Causation of present needs of Miami. The' aamri

i Diseases. This book recounts the I applies to the business blocks under j
rFe8sed.su1llclenUy to warrant the release of reform" Tom conveys the information 'I ged. gentlemen whose ability Is a guarantee -, fE
Investigations made by Dr. Halg as. contemplation for In city the"
of
no
s of those war correspondents ins that "It is known of all men thaI The report shows some Interestingfigures that the Fair will be a great suc .p
I to tho causes of uric acid the diseasesit State its are-the'
.1 or size In the country {
London and Cbefoo. the Free Press which our ancestors. ; on the result of the freeze. cess. Officers directors and stock ;
produces etc. Meat and tea, for In- Inducements and demands for these'-
o were HO proud of. and from which they Dade county had the largest orange holders of the association are to be I ;
j stance, are great generators of uric kinds of structures more invltfng aad
'# ,Mr. Andrew Carnegie avers that he expected so much Is no longer free crop-75 per cent on the trees at the selected from every county In FloridaIn I '"'J
acid. A vegetable diet avoids uric: profitable than here, while those enterlng -,
; ai knows both Us! signature and his Almost without exception, those newspapers time of the freeze. Citrus, Hernando order that all may be on an absolutely i '';
acid and such ailments as headache, upon the pursuits of farming
t "kids" and that "Ca a1e" and the notes which control public opinionare Lake Marlon au.1"alusla suffered equal basis. I |
i asthma rheumatism mental depression and tracking are doing so been
art both spurious themselves controlled by corporate 100 per .1 v
subnormal temperature etc. they aa sane persons, see that there r
Influences which are hostile to county had the heaviest loss-CO per the movement and will aid It In .
o---- Dr. Halg says a man or woman leadIng 1s money; In It In Dade county ,:,
the people and dependent for their Ill- cent to bearing trees; Lake Marion the matter of securing the lowest rateson
Among the large number of namina- an active life and weighing about As above said the bulk of the realty'transactions :
gotten wealth upon the class legislation and Volusla lost 100 per cent eachon record from other States, also In l
Uou sent the
to Senate
r by President ten stone should consume seventeen are made during the'vtnlter ,
and special privileges which are grapefruit while Sumter 50 percent advertising the Fair and State In se-
Roosevelt for Federal offices not of a ounces of bread two pints of milk one months, though they by no :mesas l,
ruinous to the general prosperity of to bearing trees, was the high curing exhibits, which will be transported '
clr local nature the name of no Southern heaviest ounce of cheese, two ounces lice and end "the baying; as It holds good'allfsummer :
est In that line. The damage to the Fair
er appeared. TheY were all from the the country. grounds absolutely and fruit. '
)4 twelve ounces vegetables and every month In the year, ;;
sustained
to other trait trees was .
without charge.
North, East and West This Is a fair sample of Thomas'1 appeal Doubtless most persons eat too much some of the most Important dealt.\
In DeSoto county where 80 per cent
--0 to the enlightened thought of theroemalll' meaL Any kind of meat tends to generate ever consummated being made during1:

President Roosevelt will shortly be ). Only Tom Watson's Maga were lost. DeSoto and Putnam lost MAY LAST ALL SUMMER. uric acid and so does tea coffee, the heated term. This buying and ttr''I':
50 cent<< of their strawberry crop,
a guest of Senator Bacon of Georgia, zine Is free and Incorruptible. All other per forced even eggs, according to the doctors. changing of realty has not been eon,
while Osceola suffered a vegetable; Kuropatkln has been to retreat -
when he will visit the place where his publications which really "control Uric acid Is a poison and when an excess fined to strangers, either as many <
loss of 100 cent from one of his chosen posItions.i .
r parent were married. The President public opinion" are the venal slaves per is formed In the body there Is distress those now residents, realize the future' .

3 aspect to do many acts to show his 'of Old Man Monopoly. Suspicion Is These figures are probably gener-i Where will he make his next stand until the amount Is reduced. An j t of Miami and aro Investlpg for the\1:

neo.t kindly feelings for the South. born of Ignorance, and among the i Ignorant. ally correct though the placing ofDade's i\ From Port Arthur to Harbin the distance Intelligent knowledge of what to eat future, embracing the present I tlme'f.. '.

Tom will who will vegetable loss at C2 per cent j I Is 500 miles, Mukden being but
find readers
-0- and how to eat It what contains nitrogen and opportunity as much aa possible.
f Is not vended by the truckers who'I a little more than oae-founh of this j
"riot air" sometimes is a great help I readily believe whet be says. When a i alkalis, etc. would make people All parts of he city have been most:'
believe that tho loss will not total 40 : distance. Tlchlin; Is forty mile
ia town building, but hot smoke aris demagogue with drolling lisp and athirst I j more appreciative; of the importanceof liberally patronized In this scamper; .
north of Mukden, and. less than half
lag from factory stacks never falls.- for office tells a certain classof per cent at the highest estimate. I bt. und thus materially reduce the and barter for real estate", but I 1'01s1bT1(
I' the distance between: Port Arthur and
MacisonJew .Enterprise. Miami has people that the newspapers of this amount of disease and bodily pain. none rroro to than Riverside, the set j
Harbin. The northern
several stacks already, and a numberof country art not free, that they are under I DADE COUNTY'S. EXHIBITS. I boundary: of The Importance of intelligent diet is resilient suburb, across the river. The]
Manchuria Is about COO miles
beyond
others arc in contemplation I the control of Influences that are only beginning to be understood. sales of lots there have been very nnP;,
Harbin. Tlehllng will bKurapatkln's
-0--- the enemlcs of the country, he expects Some few weeks ago the entire probably -o- merous on account of Its 1 hIlh, healthy

.. Ui less than a month's time the leg them to believe it and not to ask embarrassing State of Florida was vlsted by a cold next position for a bat- SEEKS LOCATION.And and easily accessible: location to\UIa'
tie if he Is permitted to choose
"" filature of the State will be at work in questions-why ne..spa'jleU wave which threatened most serious city proper and the Indications aree.

Tallahusee11.1Ie: comparatively which must depend upon the public I j destruction to the vegetable and fruit Should he be compelled to mire beyond Asks For Information About that it, with all of Miami,.will enjoy a Tf
1 Tichling he might retreat to the 1-#
tie ha* beww sail about the momentous for patronage/ and upon the prosperity crops of the State. In fact, It was Dade County1 Soil. building boom during the eomI1I1t
i' neighbor hood of Kuanchengtzu, the
;
matters which are lo come np, leavingthe of the country for existence, 'i though that such had occurred and months that baa. never been .
most in Manchuria and
populous
inference that the session would and which are at least as much Interested without waiting for an Investigation city If the soil and climate of Dade coun In the history of the city. 4"
there form a new base of operations.
bf a time one, jet this will not be so. I as the office-seeker the demagogue Into the real loss suffered: reports ty and section are such as to successfully ?

The session 1 and the agitator In honest gov. went broadcast that the i I!I The country around Harbin is very TOMATO CROP PROMISING 4
will
of
T, prove a live wire, crops Flor-1 I grow the Yucca plant ani the .
fertile, and Is noted for its large wheat
J and there will be many things of great eminent good ogvernment and the Ida had been wiped out; that the orange {ror.
will offer an
yields the mills at Harbin turningout city or county
Interest to be considered by the body. welfare of the country, are so foolish groves bad been Irrepalrably That There Will be a Big Crop at

wicked to favor policy that a half million pounds of flour a Inducement by contributing a site-of Creek Is r;
-Tain pa Hf'raid. and so as a damaged, and such other statements Arch Unquestioned. ,

-&-- '. would destroy the country. calculated to do the State far more day.Those land for the erection of a plant there '"
who imagine peace will follow Dadi '
Claude L'i;ngle, the talented editor Tom is himself a man of wealth, a damage than could have a freer or Is a possibility of the location hereof If. after visiting 'therecent! ;
I Knropatkln's retreat from the

s of the Florid Nut:. had a scrap a few shrewd politician a smart, foxy fellow I any other agency. Dade county was i Shakhe river are those who predicted a factory for the manufacture of County Fair rOIl have any doubts as,

x" with who knows how to appeal to it <*!ass Included In those that had '
days of suffered
ago an policeman Jacksonville a
peace when Port Arthur telL While starch, glucose and other products to the extent of the truckIng interest."
and ju-cordiug to the Jack. that easily falls a prey to the Influence tremendous loss, and the picture of I
the Japanese have Mukden in their' from this plantThis In this, section, all you win have to do :
PSp uiivllle Metropolis the editor played of the designing demagogue His desolation was drawn blacker than -- ,
'I grasp, and control all the Manchurian ant to be convinced most that
the loser, while Mr. L/};ogle claims 'magazine is devoted" to criticises( ; of any ink. Information Is conveyed In conclusively
farther northward
the the
outlets to
the ex-cop was the greatest punished the Democratic party and nearly all All this too, without any foundation. sea.the more difficult the Inquiry to the Metropolis from C: J.I the late cold spell has not Injured'
they move
man Iw bad ever Thus, there prominent Democrats He even takesa There Is this enterprise In this section la, toyvisit ;
wfu no denying the fact that some maintenance of a convenient base of Casey, manager of the Central: Industrial -
rome: on another controversy shot at the onetime "peerless leader sections of the State I' Arch Creek, which Is one of I
newspaper were hit pretty operations. They can maintain, It of Bureau, of Chicago, who nfurspeaking
"
He has cooler of Hearst a many towns where vegetable
a
bat have i hard both
may an interesting on vegetables and fruit, and '
have been easierto
but It would
,. belch kite lick for Roosevelt and u. large i! that Dade suffered some, but not to ,I course, of the plant to be grown and grown successfully. <. X, SI

amount of indirect praise for Watson. the extent that maintain If Ojama's plans had succeeded from which the) above articles are tote A representative"" of the MetropoluV
-0-- was erroneously, if not
Kuropatkln'swithdrawal.
i
k -"-oFLORIDA'S --= in preventing manufacture), lays: bad the pleasure of a drive through]
The New that 1 If maliciously I
Chattanooga says stated directly after the
Russians
have
a NEWSPAPERS. The long I "Is the land around .Miami suit ilo the numerous farms at that place Saan
Japan whip Russia,' ube will next try'drive I freeze. Such were the conditions I
maintained large supplies at Harbin for the raisin; of this plant? fan the day and was agreeably surprised .f'
Iq the Americans out of of the t f From' Ayers Newspaper Annual then, but now a different, more true _
1 and beyond, but the Japanese havehad farmers tx induced to plant about The first field visited that of MtV'
has made i I|I was
Record an
Philippine' There's no danger. Ja-I the St. Augustine and realistic picture of the real f northward
to fight their way four thousand acres a year at an ad :j E. D. V. Burr's 11f.t't'A-acre patch! aad'
of the
IWB In not going: to fall out with a Interesting compilation newspapers ions in Dade county can t>e COndl'j and
I through Manchuria Kuropatkln vantageous profit For a man fat.tJLT' :j the writer Is of the opinion that there ,
Florida. The Record
i ,tD f pU. who a"its friends. Japan published In On what Is known as the stone be close to !
Oyama seem to keeping | lag concern of sufurlent extent, employing U no other field of tomatoes In tkp,
knows nltl -tenth. of the American says: at the toot '
of Twelfth
stqeet and o'.t>r.1 I movements. Neither
their
I the books In one hundred men In addition ,, that will It tn ,
county
II surpass :ap,:
people sympathize with her In her The section devoted to Florida contains looking beautiful Biscayne Day. In the new strategy If
has employed any to planters employed in the cultlva ,, ance and yield. On one plant there, -
,, present struggle. Resides Japan Is too! some very interesting statistical [ City of Miami, there stands a building Kuropatkln could not win the next :
of several
tlon thousand acres pro- was counted 30 fancy tomatoes nearly
Bart to want to luck up against thfUnited information regarding new papers of erected and maintained by Mr H. best thing to do was to do as he has
duclng the material would your (her ready for picking and this Is no =
excep j
States or any other country the State which In number and class I 1\1. Flakier the greatest benefactor of done. There Is plenty of ground on
likely furnish a few acres of hand asa ; lion to any of the fifteen acre'undet'cultivatlou.

Ir t tbat ia not seeking to encroach on are divided as follows: j i the East Coast, for the purpose of t -Id- : which to continue the war for the next site for this! plant and otherwise encourage "

what rightfully belongs to her. I ally .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. 19 ; Ing an annual fair;' where those N;bo several month, but In the end Japanese ;
a large ana meritorious ron The plants are healthy and vlgor-J
"pJacksonville Semi-weekly .. ... .,... ,. .. .. 4 will may see and realize the fen.lity triumph seems almost inevitable.MIAMI'S .
cernf ous> and promise to yield an abila
wants a Weekly . ..' .. ...... ... 136:: of the soil and the articles produr Ire --o-
The proposition la one that should: i| dent crop. Every where ;you

yearly State exposition p\rmanent'l Semimonthly . ... .. .. 2 therefrom. This Fair Is now Inre" DEEP WATER CHANNEL I I!
j bear Investigation. The experimentalj see bloom after bloom, which,,
wants is usually secured Mouthly .. . . .. .. _.. . 1: gress, Is bigger and better than ver The opening Tuesday of the canal I j you ran
board of
or the trade might in time will bear fruit.
it perfection \ State expositionS II before. It is a fair, an exhlbltkn! of through the strip of land across the''j prob4Scrop
answer the question of whether or not Mr Burr estimates the *} |
would be good thing 'an Institution Total . . .. ;
a : .17J which the people of the countynd, I II and merging the waters of beautiful .
1! ; :' ; bay this plant can be grown here .lIe"Id- at 7,000 crate and to go over thai
that would advance and dlsilar the The places of publication numbel the State might well and cons< n- with those of the
I Ulscayne Bay
I fully end profitably, and the city or field it looks like he has nnderntMt
,t SUte's resources and product better t tx ; 1<3. of which 41 are county seats. Uously feel proud and one that ah 'ill I II great Atlantic Ocean that laps the
take the of site.
matter
county up a the yield at least thousand crates, ly
than any' other agency, and ns Jack. j These figures show a remarkable I live long in the minds of those who attend ; shore on the other side. th.re was There may and there may cot be Besides tomatoes Br, Burr

Hoville Is unquestionably the best I I' growth In the newspaper field. Ten It for probably In no other [>or- finished! the first chapter of the drama, something to the propositionPrudent beans Irish potatoes.pnd red OD a;c

place for locating such an Institution,, : years ago there were not much more I lion of the Stale or country: can s; ich so to speak that In the final end must !
and while writer was talking wlthfj
the
UM Metropolis Is In favor of the more'f, than half as many papers as there a collection of vegetables and fruit be j i! mean much to Miami's future Irt> Rosevrlt will go to Texas him he opened a letter which contain1!;j jtil

ad that city as.the place of holding; are now. this of the *
Keeping right' along with found at season j ear. I I ness as a seaport town and at'l to hunt bears, after which be wUl return a check for a shipment of beans'

the wonderful growth of the State i One has but to vlitt this Instltu-lon [
rial( city. !
I' Washington, thence to New which sold for $9 a crate. -.i.iIVst.leB

o. i, are Its newspapers, and much of the to appreciate; the fact: that there Is displayed !-i: It means that tu the not distant fu i|; York to practice on "bulls.Kan..u ." :Mr. Burr there are severaKj;

Tourists and winter visitors art I j successful pioneer work In what are within it the finest! of cabbages, turn, two years or less It will have a'' -- a- others encased: In tracking; atpUcp. this

staying longer this year than ever be- i now thickly populated communities turnips celery lettuce, boans, to-na : channel eighteen f-ct dtop leartirs'! I ,
Mo. has champion ,
City a a few of which! are Mr Ref
fore In Florida. Other season some of t j was doce by the enterprising publisher toes, caullflow, raddlshcs. beets. po-1 i I tract the ducks rr west 'Je! of the I
I Chesterfield! He was r't'nty run Jisso Green. Dtrone. Bet tea: and oth l li

them began harrying North early In i': of a country paper. tatoes and all other vegetables! In ll;, i i bay, to the unfa tioinahl-! 'I 1> ''the of over by the stret ear and apologizedfor ra whose names are not remembered. ]

March Many of them found them-1 and'i j' The press of Florida is doing a enous to this soil and climate, to say I the sea on th'1 i nthf.r. It n ass tint I getting I In the way und all of whom have excellent crop' ;;,}

ekes In the teeth of a blizzard 1 rrrat work !in advancing the interests nothing of the various and choice ia- ;: in the years thaI arc mar thit pratI
-o I of tomatoes '
About 40,6oO) crates .
encountered the worst'weather of the'I j of iho State as a "whole a work that rlpUrs of fruit from: the healthy grapefruit i ocean steamers and vtsstis of all description '
WILL BE GREAT. this this
I be shipped from station year;]
year. March Is a treacherous month i : will be of lasting benefit and orange to the sa pa dl'.lj and will be plying( to and from
and It U estimated that the ahlpp1DC;
and should be avoided In the North, if I j jpossible. ----0-- i such other fruits ss grow wild In the '! this to thos of domestic and I I I
port In Miami and Vicinity the Coming will he on In force about the Ant,oC

,, .. Several cases have been Russia might as well stifle her pride,..j j woods and keys of this fertile section. frelgn relations, bringing and carry Summer. : April tIt ;

o' known where people going back from and make: peace with Japan. There'' Each and all of the articles of fruit 1: tug those article of merchandise i i I
the rest of Dade county does aav
a warm climate Into rigorous Weather was never Just tense for Russia's occupation aid vegetation shown rank above the 1 trade and manufacture that make"
The present season now drawing to well aj this! section, this will be ths.-
s have suddenly contracted pneumoniaand of Manchuria. She lied about average In size development and waterway commerce and build np a :
a close will not only po; down as thegreatest banner year for the tomato growvaTas
died. Stay until,April and be safe her Intentions there, and deserves to Ity, and In themselves are su : qua1-1 town.It .
In the history of tourist travel the price are way up and thjte l
-Fort Pierce Newel be driven ont and alt.reports that the Government ,
c"lspeH any too. that mss
means
to Mia>Q1 and the State of Florida turns ,good
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fruits Mr. Ellis and Capt Dimick, for GRAND LODGE ELECTIONS.K. j I BEFORE COUNTY AUTHORITIES I .

,CLOSE OF THE FAIR. the arrangement "f the display. This I II I I t
would have done of P. Hold Annual, Session at the The fact that offenders can.iot be ;
credit, to a much !
more intensive. and pretentious show. I I Capitol City. I punished in 'ho ,.1.7 court has no dft.octl WIIALERF

I on Sanitary Inspector Nellnon \in his I
: With Saturday night the Dade County In some cases the exhibitors of fruit
Fair practically came to a close put their most beautiful and uniform I>r. Gramling returned last Friday : endea\org to keep the cily In a sjnl

;: ,:'though the building was open to visitors specimens on top.of the box the bottom from Tallahassee where he rent to'' tar) and clean condition and as a I
I fruit attend the annual session of the Grand result one d."fend"'ut was befo.-- Jus I who
j\j Sunday and a portion of Mondayt being variable In quality, Everyone buys a
and sometimes Lodge K. of P. of Florida The meetingwas Lice of the peace this morning fc.* violating ;
morning. even russety or marked I
I with largely attended and a decided the general State eanltiuy )JaW'I I.
The spots. AS the whole
Fair has been a success In box had to Diamond of feels
be Judged and success; officers for me ensuing year and was assessed a fine of 110 00 and us
every particular. Thousands have alteaded not the top layer these .
fruits cut down the being elected as follows: cost Mr. Xellgon has a iiiuher ot !
and been pleased with the averagescry serarely. .
i :1. W. Stewart of Palatka Grand others listed for pnnist-itnt unless '
'
many and varied exhibits of vegetables I that he or she has secured a good
Chancellor Commander; Henry Hors there is an luprove-nent in the condition
canned goods and preserved The following points illustrate the I Gargain.1> intend that everyone
general method ler, of PenBacota, i'Ic hancellor; of their premises, and he states
4 fruits paintings handiwork etc, of judging this fruit shall feel that way. Etery
Captain Lynch, of Oainesxllle Prelate; positively that none will oe shown nuveleniunc
This schedule has
,I shown, and probably no county in the been taken from sell must te in
wt right
the rules aJopted J. Emmett \\ilfe, of Pensscola, Master ). He recites the fact that oem quality -
{ State ever put out such an exhibit as by pomological societies
and varied little .at-arme; Harry Pritchard. of St. spring: 1 U now at hand and that unless! coloi, cut lIlld'price.. TJ chare
whole. as ,
I :a as possibleto
'..;.**' 'The Judges hate finished their meet the present needs: I Augustine Inner Guard; H. Clay the a sty l la Jv.'iit. in a Jinltary con U. some nice ones to shoir, you : : : : : ji
Crawford of Tallahassee. Outer lion that serious h .il'h' renditions
1. Form Possible i > may
;:9 t awarding of prizes, and today are busy credits 10. Discount
I Guard; W II Kills of Tallahassee. Su arise this summer. 1\- '.. his vlgilence
for lack of
!f tagging them on to the exhibits, but symetry! and for Irregularity
reme Representative and determination to M' hat those
i
,
in Ia
shape.
f owing to the trouble and confusion
2. Color. Possible | Palatka secured the meeting of the who wotit do of tii1" OIU\ I.t t \+ ill
tad Incomplete work attending the credits SO, divided I The Jeweler I
follows Inrixf: fur next year over strong opposi and aced are mash to u'vr'lie
same it is Impossible to give all of as : Bloom. 3; peel 10;
:them though the following few awards flesh 7.Bloom. lIon offered by Jacksonville and Ml- sanitary laws.A i{

i were taken'down by a Metropolis re- Is the term given to the natural :,ml.! I
Safe Cough Medicine for Children.In Ii
) porter In his rounds of the building glossy film which envelope. all i "
fruit before Mate of Ohio, City of Toledo. (gt)
they are rubbed or polish
Saturday morning.
buying a cough medicine for e
Mrs. Rachel Abbott the Mrs. J. O. ed. When this is entirely removed by Lucas County. F. W. HAHN
Prank J. Cheney makes oath that be ,hil Hunter prize of $%.50. for lace world polishing it makes a cut of two points.
is senior of the firm of F. J.ticnvy Cough Remedy. There ioo >
partner
Mrs John A. Lane the Mrs. H. M. Peel must be of natural color and form Architect and Builder
( & Co., doing business in the danger from it and rElid11 always }
p Flagler prize of $5.00. for preserves according to variety. Rust scale or 4
to follow. It Is especially valuable
sure
aforesaid
,
of Toledo County
City and
$ Miss Grace smut discount fro five to ten points.If
Rader the C. H. Watsonaecaud
the skin has been rubbed and tbat said firm will pay the cum for coM, croup and w hoopingcouxh I:Inow have in my employ one of the best
and
prize for flowers. of hundred dollars for each and For sale by Red Cross Phar- I draftsman in the South and am better r
.,. Miss LJnley .of West Palm Beach broken or the oil cells pressed in polishing one of catarrh that cannot be niA('> and all medicine: dealers I prepared than ever for furnishing plats
the F S. Morse prize of $5.00 for best the discount Is recorded againstthe every case I and details for good buildings fine cabinet
.display of water colored paintings. fruit Flesh must be a rich, clear cured by the use of HaIrs Catarrh work etc. I am now headquarters t
Show.
Cure. Frank J. Cheney. Auto and Power Boat "; for turned work '
Wm. Laesch & Co first Society and uniform shade this is found by scroll sawing and all
before and subscribedIn work: usually done in CLAba"s
Sworn to me a FIRST
cutting the fruit and it the
holding to
prize for canned goods, and first Society
,, light my presence Uiis-Gih day of December t BoKton, Mash., March 11.-The very I planing milL
prize for preserved alligator pearLA !
Schultz, scrond Society prize for 3. Weight Possible credits, 10. A. D. me best production of the most skilled Send me your order for doors and win

Irish potatoes., Buoyancy is determined by placing the (Seal) A W. Gleason I and experienced automobile mechanics I dow frames ballusters, bracket., etc
Notary Public. of the civilized world are embracedin
8. 8. Mnmck. first Society prize for fruit in water. and
F' meet potatoes 4. Peel Possible credit. 10. Di: Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally the automobile and power boat show I bejconvinced; MIAMI FLA

and acts directly on the Dines! which opens In Mechanics' Building
C. O. Richardson, second Society vided as follows: Finish, 3; protective
and mucous surfaces of the system. this evening under the auspices of the ,
1a prize for canned goods. qualities, 7. Finish on the skin .r
l Send for testimonials free.F. Boston Automobile Dealers' Association.
refers
to Us smoothness
Mrs. T. R. Pinder Mrs H. M. Flag uniformity on
J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo O. The exhibit will continue
the and to touch.
lei second S5.00 for surface pleasantness
prize preserved Contractors and
all of week. Property Owners
traits. Protective qualities refer to elastic Sold by all druggists 76c. through next

"'b texture of the skin compactness free- Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. I
Mrs. W. A Hooks. Mrs H. M. Flagler Destructive
Fir. If yon don't want to SAVE MONEY ,.
dom from puffs or creases.b.
,prize 15.00, for preservesvin I we can't help you. If you do, cone to
W. A. Hooks Mrs H. M. Flag Fibre. Possible credits. 10. The
Pleasant and Harmless.Don't To draw the fire out of a turn or '
ler prize 115.00. for preserved pineapples presence or absence of fibre is ascertained
lemons guavas etc. by cutting the fruit crosswise drug the stomach to cure a heal a cut without leaving a sear, use The J. A. McDonald ..Go.

'iii .Mrs. W. A. Hooks. Mrs H. 1[. Flag. and then determining the amount of cough. One Minute Cough Curge cuts DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve. A spe.clfic ..

let prize $5.00 for 12 varieties.of fibre at 'the core and the thickness the mucus, draws the InflamaUon for piles. Get the genuine. J. L. AND BUY YOUR, f I

pickles. I and,toughness of the fibre between the of the throat lungs and bronchial Tucker editor of the Harmcnizer
Centre Ala, writes: "I have naedDeWitt' Long Leaf Yellow Pine
tubes soothes and A
rMrs, W. A. Hooks Mrs. H.'J(. Flag- segments. heals cares
lee' prize 15.00, for preserved man.CON 6. C raIJ Possible credits, 5. It is quick cure for croup and whooping Witch Hazel Salve in my k
Framing at $16 per M.\
burns. It lathe
also ascertained by cross sectioning cough. One Minute Cought Cure relieves family for piles, cuts and

of fruit and observing whether the cough In minute because best salve on the market. Every
a one
Mrs J. R. Scott Red Cross Pharmacy
z for lace work. fruit sacks or held together closely In It acts first on the mucus membrane family should keep It on hand." Sold Boards same price. u\Ve) also sell Lime. Brick [4 kinds].

; Mrs.prize A. Barrett.'Mrs. H. 1[. Flagler short It is grain of the meat texture. right where the cough' troubles-in the by Biscayne Drug Co. Cement Sash Doors Mouldings and whatever else a r

prize |5.00 for erystalized fruit 7. Seed. Possible credits, 6. Discount throat or deep seated on the lungs. I builder requires at lowest possible figure.
for excessive amount of seed for Sold Co. Record Bonefish Catch.A .
Blscayne Drug
by \
Mrs A. Barrett, Mrs H. M. Flagler I I .

prize 15.00 for' best kumqnat pro the variety represented. I Yon Knot Where
We Are
utft Miami
Street Flicoooooooooooooer
ducts. 8. Taste. Possible credits 30. DIvided record catch-six boneflsb was -- ,
"AMERICAN HENLEY" EVENTS.On .
f_ -Beet picture of a Dade county woman as follows: Sweetness, 15; citrus I made a few days ago by Mr. John J.Cashman i
16. First-class fruit should I a guest at the Royal Palm _
quality
t ,
by a Dade county woman, W. M. Schuylkill Next May Will bs Greatest T ------ -
Brown prize of 125.00., Miss LouI8eCarpenter. nave these qualities defined, the sweetness I Ever Held. The catch was made at Soldier Key
rich and delicate but not heaT, and the Ush averaged In weight from
I
s; .John Douglas. first Society>me for and the- citrus quality pronounced. Philadelphia, Pa. March ll.Accord- three to six pounds. Mr. Cashman Is e
neither excessive nor deficient Staleness naturally very proud of his catch Wilson I & FDKlLIU
grapefruit. ing to the fast maturing plans of the
second and flavor of age or decay is die- which is the best made so far for this .
LsJnhart A Dimlck. ( Society board of stewards of the American

xr prize for grapefruit counted.. Rowing Association whose annual regatta season. lx ,
'. Lalnhart Dlmick. first East This schedule runs up to 100. Of popularly known as the "Amer, I ., b
the fruit exhibited none ran up to a To Cure a Cold in On* Day
Coast prize for both oranges and lean HenleIII to be held on the Staple Grocr
perfect mark. Quite a number of the
t r grapefruit Schnylklll next :May the meet this .
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
exhibits close to this In making It
y r% .Lalnhart Dimlck. first Society ran year will be the greatest In the history
these grades there was in no case a All druggists refund the money If
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prize on oranges and second special of aquatic sports in this country.One t -
tie In the percentages.No It falls to core. E. W. Grove's" signature
t prize on oranges of the chief features will be the lion each box. IGc I e 4I
I & D'.mlcknm East Coast one on the committee had any fnler-conei ate regatta for the second I
A Guaranteed Cure For Piles.
; B,.. prize on both grapefruit and or knowledge as to whom the fruit belonged crews of Yale, Harvard, Pennsylvania, '
or even who the exhibitors Avenue
anges. Cornell Columbia Syracuse and possibly NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX.All .
8. K. Brown third special prize on were, since all exhibits were known Georgetown. This same scheme .40-tt4 b-m

only by numbers attached to them would i -
oranges. was talked of last year and concerned will take notice

Urs. Emma B. Mallon. Society prize and during all their labors at the have succeeded had not Cornell ar that persons six*: months after date I will I

'oa best exhibit of pineapples strawberries judging table all possible eih.bitors ranged a counter attraction at Ithaca present my final accounts and vouchers .
and other fruit of the fruit were absent from the 1 ac
almost the
on tam! day. as executrix of the estate of JohnJ. ,

A. W, Garnett. prize for best displayof room. I Hayden late of Dade County djO ,
Bermuda onions. p. a, ROWS. Liniment for Rheumatism
I I Champion ceased to the County Judge of
t J. B. Merritt' first society prize on J. P. Sawtelle. Chas. Drake a mall carrier at CbapinvlUe county and pray for ciy final dl<
C. C. Moore
lettuce. Conn., says: "Chamberlain's as executrix of said estatrFLORENCE
: S. lL SjoBtrom, first Society prize on Committee.By Pain Balm Is the champion of all lini P #

pepper. ments. The past year I was troubleda Executrix Estate of

D.s. Pearson first Society prize on the Tonic Route. great deal with rheumatism in my ceased.

kt* English peas. The pills that act as a tonic and shoulder. After trying several cores January 13. I

H. S. Potter prize for largest lem not as a drastic purge are Hewitt's the storekeeper here recommended .4

Little Early Risers. They cure headache this remedy and it completely cured NOTe '

on.E.. C. Davis prize for largest grapefruit constipation/ biliousness etc. me." There is no use of anyone suffering ,

T Early Risers are small easy to take from that painful ailment when b 7.

t= H. s. Reid first Society prize for and easy to ,act-a safe pUl. Mack this liniment can be obtained for II

'quash. Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City small sum. One application g<

itr": Walter Waldln first H. 1L Flagler N. D. says: "Two bottles cureJ me* of prompt relief and its continued:

w prize for Irish potatoes. chronic constipation." Sold by Biscayne a short time will produce

-Walter Waldin. Society prize for Drug Co.INDICTMENTS. Dent cure. For sale bPbirmaey '

tA: celery and- beans. : and all m* ,

Stanton & Homer society prizes for RETURNED.By .

carrotts. turnips and beets. Ralslnr .

C. S. UUlefleld, Society prize foreollardL Grand Jury in Circuit Court Friday Among +' L

Afternoon.The : the agr

C.,J.Montgomery Society prize forwgar grand Jury handed In the following -I county'Italks i

cane. Indictments last Friday after of I

V Various other perwonal. prizes were which at 4 o'clock In the afternoon It

: awarded and Jagged, but It was Impos' adjourned for the term. long.The genera .

alble to list and publish them today Charlie Jones, grand larceny. that corn canno

though the full official list of awards Will Sloan breaking and entering. in Dade county cv I

win be made next week. Walter Cox breaking and entering.The But the Indians ra. ,

o Prize Award Rules following cases were remandedto green' corn dance, tht.

y The readers of the Metropolis and the county court which meets the every June. It is rumoi'

especially those who were competitors first Monday in ApriL mca, sometimes when th

far. prizes at the exhibition In the Fair Monroe Dorsey and Mary Curtis, sure, clandestinely raise a

- bntld n& will be very much Interested charged with adultery.W. fill out of the Semlnoles pal d

a In knowing Just what rules governedthe C. Hewlett trespass I the little Islets in the Everglade. l

awarding of the premiums. These Po It it seems that if the nobleMan

R are furnished by the committee on Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diar can grow It for common use, t '

awards as follows: rhoea Remedy.The pale face might raise it profitable ire

To begin with we might state that great success of this preparation roasting ears at r.tycents a dozen, *

the exhibition of citrus fruit In the In the relief and cure ')f bowel the ,price it usually sells for in th XIT

4' Fair building this year Immeasurably complaints has brought it into almost early part of the: season in Miami.

surpassed anything In previous years, universal use. It never fails and I

both in quality of the fruit the
ty of the fruit and In the excellence I is pleasant to take. *lt Is equally ';' The old, original; Grove's Tasteles:!1tA

of preparation of the exhibition. The valuable for children and adults. For I Chill Tonic. You know what you anj

4 c highest credit should! be given the sale by Red Cross Pharmacy and all t j taking. It is iron and quinine in i

,casunlttee: on- arrangements of citrus medicine dealers. 1 tasteless form. No core DO pay. lOCo ..
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you would use a searchlight in vain to find better great. deal. (It' is true nevertheless.. ;

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.< To leave a jest when it phases you best Lx a good thing, but never leave our store to ."


-- = find better elsewhere, for that will be a waste of F. B. DOUGLAS

LiGl'fS time; we knuw that ours! cannot be excelled ,310.312 Twelfth Street. M .mi. Florida t
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eiKlltJLllfeSll JiUt11111E JQ11lJQ'.> Ir... Otto Stroebel left Tuesday for Indian Rides a Bike. Phenomenal Travel. 1." section :34, township 54 south, oRange WATER SYSTEM COMPLETE.

4 I TOWN TOPICS. I| i i j Tallahassee, where she will visit her 40 cant; and for $75 w l'of, --
, | I parents.! Captain ana Mrs W. I.'a.. Tho Indian! has made another stet As evidence of the phenomenal manner sw 1-4 of nw 1.4 of sw 1.4 section 24. Giving Increased Capacity and Greater +

R! .eiI1iQ1Ii(1iCeiQi(1iP.1t111aVCitlf4CA i son. Into civilization; he has learned to In which the tourist travel southward township 54 south, range 40 east Pressure: f.
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,' Small quantities of iiuickeiel art ride a bike. Not only has he mastered is holding up this season Warranty deed. Simon P. O'Reillj Saturday the entire new waterworks

"till brought in by boats now fishin:;;, The yacht Phypalia of the Carnegie the bucking contrary iron steed the steamship Martinique, which and wife to William J. Roe for $1,300lot system, or at least piping from '

;. Tae schooner Bird came in Monde, Institute, which it was intended to but he can throw hU feet from the sailed yesterday for Key West and IT, block 83, north Miami Fourteenth to Fourth streets and froas" .

with 1,%00 pounds. haul out on the river ways of the pedals take his hands from the bars Havana tarried out 150 passengersand Warranty deed, William M. Drown Avenue E to the Boulevard was pat '.

t Miami Boat Works, was found too and. in fact handle it about as eaallj : one of the heaviest freights of the and wife, Anna 8. Brown to Richard,, in service. ;

r" The mission blasts on the rive heavy and large for that structure, and masterly as the paleface. Thus : year. On the corresponding period Ashley for $5 undivided half interest In speaking of this work Mr. ; ,

't front are making preiaratlons for thiegetable and has been taken to tho F. E. C. did a buck from the 'Glades dressed last season the number of passengers : In the south 74 feet of lots 1 and 2 and W. L. Kemper. Inspector' of the same, "

;""I, ( and pineapple season whlcl ways north of the ,terminal dock up in store bought (clothes collar, neck carried out by this ship and to the I north 81 feat of lots 23 and 24. block said: "By night we will have made ,

\ will soon open. where It will be hauled out and the tie and all, give an exhibition on the same points was less than one-half 123. north Miami. all the connections trout C.Xe old pipes)
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work done. Streets yesterday interesting many that going today. On tie trip over" Warranty deed, Ellen Douglas toW. to the new and will then be supplying' ;

;f Cbaa. MacKillip. proprietor of thi and proving beyond a doubt that the Tuesday the Martinique brought 180 H. Hiekcrson ant John S. Sproul the city, or that portion of It at present

x. Mountain View Hotel at Sanford N Vice-Commodore C .L. F. Robinson younger generation; of the Seminoles passengers and on the return Satur- for $1,500n1.ofnw1-4: of so 1-4 section covered by the new pipes. with

:{ Y. has leased the Bay View: Hote of the New York Yacht Club arrivedin Is fast discarding the wigwam! and she will have that number or more. :20.: township IG south range t3 water, and which not only gives a "tgreater

.j from Mr. and Mrs D. iL Conolly. the the city last Wednesday and l is a hnuntsiof the wilderness for the mote : Thus is the travel heavy both going east. H : volume, but much more pressure ii

"'" name to take effect October 1 n<-xt.W guest, for the present at the Royal I stremi'luH life and coming from the south.A I Warranty deed. Lydia S. Cary et : the latter being invaluable lathe
Palm though he will get away either II I al.. to L F. Hoofer for $1. etc., part of I I case of fire. The work baa bees

.hi i M. Bnrdine, the dry Roods merchant this afternoon or tomorrow morning Going to Key West. I II Resolution. se 1-4 1 section Z". township 53 south, I done as hurriedly as possible bat

Zi' has been confined to his J'OQmfor : aboard the yacht 'ranatst.. ?-aptaln I I The Enterprise, private yacht of : range 41 east.Warranty haste has cot militated In any manner-
I At a meeting held Tuesday night
the past tw.o: days with rhoumaUFJU. Bennett for a cruise of too weeks on Mr. J. K. Ingraham. of the F. E. C. Ry.. deed Herbert Lolidclf to with the thoroughness and complete-
He wag reported this morning; j the lower East and Gulf coasts. will get away this afternoon fur Key. March 14, 1905.: by the uncial ureanirarkm Walter :of. Gray for *;r,0 part of sw 1." I rets: of the work, and Miami can now +

, ar IIvalec1)t. j :I, West in comm:ad of Captain Ed Gra; I known as Ihe' Miami Fire Department of gw 1.1 section 24. township 5": south. boast of being one of the most perfectly

.- Tea Postponed. ham. with Mr. J. C. )Meredith chief the following resolution was range 41 east.Warranty water piped cities in the State It .

} George; O. Butler county tax assessor On account of a recent sorrow that I I engineer of the surveying of the proposed I I adopted: deed John B. Beach and not in the South." ,
became sick Tuesday and returned has come to one of the members, eitenMon of the F. E. C. Ry., Be it Resolved That *e, the members wife for )1 part of ne 1-4 of nw 1." Beginning Monday the work of laying a?

::I to his home at West Palm Beach. the Housekeepers- Club of Cocoanut ;I, to that city aboard. Mr. Meredith will I of the social organization knownas section :2.7: township 43 south, range the straightaway pipes on the extension

'i;; Capt R- B. McLendon is attending to Grove has postponed the Annual Tea, i probably ntai..ee.eraJ steps en rout the Miami Fire Department do 43 east of the system from Foortia
4 the duties of the office during,his ab- set for March 1C:, and an Important to- the Island City and will be goo hereby give any and all moneys and Warranty deed, H. E. Tuttle et al., II street north to first street was

Ill: rears business meeting will be held instead I, several days. properties of which we, the said organization to John Dorothy for J26S lots '. 8, and : started with a foil wrce of men. and '

" on that day. I are possessed, to the social 14, block 48. Miami. ''I within a very few weeks this part of

r; Miss Mattle Stanley and Mrs. Dr. Florence P. Haden, S- c. I Off On Extended Cruise.A organization known as the Miami Fire the city will also have water-a privilege ,.

Onmlla received a telegram last March- 13, 1905. I prominent party er pleasure seekers Department organized January 1, PRIVATE PLEASURE PARTIES it has neYer.euJoyed before ,
evening announcing the sudden deathof composed of Lady Waldron, of 1905, said organization to take possession The new 2.500'AOO; gallon pump. '

their brother. Mr. J. C. Stanley, a New City Maps.A England and Mrs. O. B. McCabe and hold and protect such properties Sev.ral Went Over to The Opening of i which Is a part of the improved system

prominent merchant of Columbia, S. consignment of 2,000 of the new son. R. D. Seegar, of New York, got I and moneys for the use aid benefit The_ New Canal Tuesday. will have been erected and ready .
C city maps drawn by assistant city engineer away Wednesday aboard the tier's of Its members, the afrresald! 1 I for service within the next day or f.
E. S. Frederick and published i handsome schooner yacht Carib. Capt. I moneys to be placed in the funds of I two but It will; not be put In use fM-
George Zap Vs new cold storage by Allan R. Parrish. the city directory I B. Ball commanding, and: the Auxiliary I said organization. A number of private parties attended I several weeks yet owing to Its capacity -
4 bidldlng and plant facing the railroad for' Further Resolved That we, the opening of the new ship canal than the s
man. was received Monday and plac-1! yacht Klondike, Capt. Chas. Ball Be It being greater present sap-1
r.poslte to Avenue E and between ed on sale at all the.Dews stands. The a cruise to Planter and vicinity until : the said Miami Fire Department (asocial I across the hay on Tuesday afternoon, ply of water. This deficiency. bow-
rt Twelfth and Thirteenth streets, Is I map is the best and most complete,'I, the latter part of the month. The : : organization), at the adjournment \ I among them being the following;: ever will be remedied as noon as possible it I

now nearing completion and will soon 'ever published of Miami and is in party will then return here and after of this meeting! be diS'ian-led for ; J. H. amt n. B. Tatuni carried. over and which will. be done by the

a !c ready for use. I I great demand. One copy of the map j I rt'proIMJoninl and transacting necessary nil time. in heir private launch Mr. Frank ': loAfIng of a 27-lcch iron pipe from the
r '' will leave again for another That Trt.-nble. of Memphis. Tenn.. J. G. wells the golf grounds to the
will l.e inse Jed in each and every oneof business DC it Further Resolved. a copy at pumping
i The large'pleasure launch yacht Pii- the new city directories now In the trip to the lower East and West of this resolution shall be !given to Trimble, of Jit Sthlln;:, Tenn.; M. station when the supply will bet'
into : L. 1 !::-1, uf Michigan! ana Dr. and n'l
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grim, from Palm Beach care hands of the printers Another consignment I II (Coasts six weeks or more IK ing : each of the daily papers for publlcaUon. enough to run the pump. This pipe
port late Friday afternoon and tied I of 5.000 maps Is expected to I in the two trips. The Klondike! : U T. Townsend, of Boston. Mass his: been ordered and will bo laid as
cp at the terminal dock The Pilgrim irrire in a Tew days all of which Mr. having power and being of a lighter! ; R. S. WUson. s.tII Captain Sam Filer had as his guests j anon H!> it arrlVH.notll..r r;
ay brought down her owner and-party, I Parrifch! bas (placed, and which will do''1 i draft, is taken along In order to reach : I Rev ,I S. Tatnm of this! city, and Mrs .\ improvement and necessaryadjunct

wbo will si*nd eTeral days in-.this much luAanls ash.-tvisiug Mia.ul. cater mid points that th* Cxritin! Legal Papers."Warranty Emily Cubb. if Bo..ton. Mass. to the improved water works ;.
ncinity<< crulelng and plcararing. : account of her draft cannot make. Captain Potter, on the Linnet, had system 1*: tho decision of the company.
deed, Gus aril Alice 31. out fur the trip Mr. and Mrs. W. K.I to Jrlve.foor: or Ave more wells la the
Mrs. Wet M. Mattair Expires.Mrs. i
Though Cfchiug way end and the Tarpon Season Approaches.The Blue to William Cano\.i for J41. lots Boll, of Ohio. same vicinity of the test well sank '} .
learisti go northward, It.will not cause William M. Matrair died at her I 13r 14 and 15, block 8. and lot 13, Mr. J, E. Lngraham entertained a I borne few months ago, and '1I'hJchhattti\
and dioanutiou in the business life of resuli'-iice. at Lemon City Sunday at I tarpon season will begin: with block 3. South Mangonla. numhtr of guests, on his han:.>omeprivate I given such satisfaction. Work on the ;:,

Miami, as the great vegetable season at 11 p. m. She lea\cs a husband and 'I' in the next two weeks 111101 alihurhthese : Warranty deed, Fletcher E. Joiner! yacht Enterprise which was second of these wells is now well under '

wifl soon be on hand, and the town sit children, besides the Infant born greatest of flll came: fish do not to Dr. Ray V. Pierce for FLOO etc., ne approiTiaU-ly and Invitingly decorated way and tho others will be sank .,
will tw alive with the farmer and at her death Mrs. Mattair was highly I strike well before the middle of next : 1-4 of sw 1-4 of ac 1... and nw I." of with flags of all countries and more as rapidly a:* possible.
their esteemed by her neighbors. The several parties hate already I section 22 township 55: prominently that of Japan in honor from
1t Jriit grower, selling products. I month se 1-4 of Be 1- The water now In use comes
; burial took place last Monday at 3 : been organized to !go to the keys and month range 40 east I of Consul General 8. L'chida, of that the old wells aided by a supply from

; The Mathers block, at the corner of Block at the city cemetery and was haunts for them. Fishermen end others Warranty deed Edward Gold to Peter nation with headquarters at New May's spring which Is connected by t
l y Avenue I> and Second utreer. ib going in < haVe of funeral director H. : frequenting the tarpon ground Ravenhall for $....50 lots 23 and 24, 'I II York. Besides Mr. rchi.la the party : a six Inch pipe and forced there by a 4

rep rapi'U. The valU have reached M. Kins. K-v. W. E. Stanton conductil report| that they are seen more plead I I block 100, north, except the west 50 i was composed of Mr. R. W. Parsons centrifugal pump at the rate of 1.204 y.

: ttuj second story end being of drab the servieeK.Prize ,I ful this season than ever before, and i feet of said iota Mr. H. W. Merrill Mr. and Mrs. J. C. gallons per minute, the pump working

briny with black end red trimmings, : the opinion prevails that all record Warranty deed. Ralph S. Wilson to Meredith. Mr. Fred S. Morse Mr. Vaddis night and day. The water from this

-t, s.aoh present a fine appearance, Homestead Vegetables win t-e broken- I, R. E. Wilson for $1, etc.. tots 15: 16,1t. Mrs Daisy, Mrs. Leybonrn. Mr. I spring; Is a healthy mineral substance",
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>sThen i.tupleterl this block will be -- of block 32::: north Miami. WesM/o and Mr. J. Sakal. I: and Mended, as it Is, with the waterin
C. 0 Hoax of the reidents
Mr. was one I
c the rl. in (bat part nf the city. the Homestead section who Heard Melba Sing. Waranty deed! George R. 3aker: to The fast launch Pochahonta. CaptBob i: the well gives the public the
of -- Edwin. Nelson for $1000 lot !2, block I [ Denny, carried over Major Sewell 1 1Pre"ldE'nt i healthy and palatable beverage it la .'
exhibitor of tegetatlpa a' the
was an
1W.. Hahn and members
'the r sic Sitters, who came Sit Superintendent of Public Instruction 115. i I now drinking. ti{
Fair last "week a'nl ont "If entries i J. n J. S. Frederick F ItWharton.
c.lWAueuaUne several days R. K Hall returned last Mondayfrom Warranty deed, Edward C. Romfh Rellly.;
he secured live blue ribbons in addition J. E I.ommus and J. I. Wilson .
Ystperintend) the preparations Tullahnnaee where he had oven and wife to Minnie R. Goodrich for j jfl.no The freight schooner Rosina. which
) exhibit Mr
hl. vegetable
to
ui.h of EL Catherines Con- to attend the meeting of the Grand etc., lots 5. (, 7, 8. 9. block 57. : of the city council members of : haft been: up to"Lemon City for several
Boaz had a \box sample of Hoir.esiea'lsoil the local and !several other Incited
press
making rapid of Knights of Pythias. !olr.i i ntl. '; Miami yesterday
& tau tcity, are Lodge "lIa day returned to t
/ showing its richness, peculiarityof
a theft work, though the color and the difference tars the Hall raid he was glad to get; bark to ,. Warranty deed Mabel E. Pierce and ,I guests i evening: and sailed today for Key ;
rl ell ,urle-s hate still not the .nalubrious clime of Miami e* It I I: husband to U Cecil for $W: lot I West
r Foil of other sections! of the Aounty.Mr. I 24'j Mr. X. M I Ofin1. former owner of
tr !, n Cllr V\? for the date ot was raining and quite cold in Northern block 6, PI rce's division of V. .
Boaz remembered the Metropolis the crack little yacht Cranatsa stat..1today
tl lfi to/1st derided upon and of his Florida. En route home. Mr. Hall !, City. I H. P. BRANNING
iii a guuKtautlal way' with sonic build
that be would likely
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F. Holmes to
stopped over in Jacksonville and : Warranty deed E. Attach tad Coewfcrrrmt
On vegetable I I
ofh.4lr prfite i heard Melba bin*. He said for a >iol- Wm. II. Sawyer for $10-:! lot 1. block larger and more powerful yacht during
t- 4S, the coming summer and have her .>l ArkttlM U C.fctOw. tcfow.
'trtgtt hi refs bash+asahlch lar he almost had to hang onto the 13. north Miami. Batdt
Stile
t Death of W. _E. Wood. ilown here next The boat will" lIMe rtlll"
season.
rt, i t rNtQAowers sad ceiling of the opera house! but ant F. E. C, Ry. Co. to B. B. Brown for I
'1ch i grtw .ro e aVau, actabuua {V. E. Wood formerly of Grand Laymen : his lII..n"Y'worth as she was all that ;i J90 lot 2 bhck 19. West Palm Beach. Ibe built in the north. Ve.t Palm Reach Florida I

t eeare r ac attraction W. .1. but morn recently farmingIn coillil be desired., Warranty deed- Hennr at. Erwhs toAnaustna

: 1 I fi+w i e6 tloon lend thou- the lower county died at. an early I Holies fur $;5 e 1nt ne I

flow.1Titd4s hour: Saturday night in the northern : THE LAST WEEK. 1-4 ol nw 1-4 of nw 1.4, section 12.
r stalks hats part of the city. The funeral was h.!ld 'I! township 5G south, range 39 east. THE RACKET STORE I

y)58 oset c b exd yesterday afternoon under the direction Riverside Property Will be Advanced Warranty need, E. F. Holmes to P.I .

; rlifte f athe8O e 4s of of the Relief Society the service in Price After Saturday E. Terwilliger for *.;.00 lots 2. 3. t.I' .

,, being conducted by Rev. Dr. Farts, I".r'. J. H. Tatum 4 .Co. Sin notice ,, block 13. north Miami IS THE PLACE
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.+ ,rpi rore a nrg and the interment being in the city In a half page advertisement, : Warranty deed Jeff/ 11. }{tIIt'rnd !

cemetery by undertaker W. F. Miller. after Saturday, the 18th. the pace 1, Mary Miller to Gertie A. Baptist for j .

b gc atr't a ou .1 4t v ala 'l1<.-<,pa.-.l leaves a wife and three : on Rill he unsold lots la Riverside gill $350 lots 23: and 21. block :29: New P.ls'cayne \I .

ss od ,ltp p prer Sun ay tutee children to mourn his loss. i he aura net-il. : t" h
.',1 e14} Coast wit t honer, : This property has been sellingry ,I Warranty t D
.y. e w, !- and a pt1 y grrien sOTl The Future of Miami. rapidly and In view of the Impr> \enients uf SL Augustine. to Henry Bronker for''I II { t
0 0, t ?Tlu party1 tptt a 1. 'e : e following essay on ThFuture i alrea'ly made and contempt: :<><1ihe 1]I $3.soi. part lot <, section! :31, township

':fa; v' ';n ibe wa7up f m N h AR. t"C rimy" "asrltlE'n by Miss Flue I > say that they will be compelledto ( 40 south range 43:: .a"t.l bate arrived If you haH: not yet received: I

f ea tyln ovr ( k Ss i 55 Potter the pretty little tn year increase the prices, and that they Warranty deed. Frank O. Gn..n to''' '\i', c tt .-lu-tt.. drop u>. a card and we will mail one t
a lirepard f e d ttjhter of Captain and Mrs. L. :I II"IJI'p the balance of this weel"! for Really Mortage ('0 f.r $\I- lot 1.

'dP he yac 3 wl r Ui. fitter, and who. is a pupil of the I I these who have been negotiating \\ iih 1 section 1. and ne 1-4 and II 12 I : of. lot :2, :
./ All Patterns 10 cents I II. frf'e
#4 VI rt4 yero, ParA 31 mi 41.iie Hchix-1 hem to come In and close their .pur- sectiun J, township 1" south range 42:!

A trip to ti 5 ag .::7'f..rtfear ago ,.ben Mr. Henry M. I chases. east '
Press.X I Fla 'r ly'i' the Royal J'alm Hole). 1'atent, I' 9. to Charles !> t'lumni! -- Mv a sari r line nt
MiTui X777 rr.thln,R but a wilderness, ,1 It" as today that the are:; '.If 12 of sw I.4 and 8* 1 1 of n* 14.iictlon .

A jJJltjfSlSife- sine 4en \) ,has improved rapidly and comnwllouH houseboat Whim- :2<\ aunt! n I.! of sc 1 I section t Laces and Embroideries ;

2" / 0T & { ? 3n.. lG h'hree.banks" three daily Wham owned by Dr. R. V. Pierce, 27. township: :>.' wmth. rau.- "!** east' .
newa had been soil\. U '..h- Wooiwarl t, t \nol thl"" dt +
g isgal' f .O se ,"\ churches. and one : -,C me.iirlne feme, Warrant .1..1. Chirles 'nu 'u "tr Iuricesfor !
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t amt n.p Pot pu"/ 6. a beautiful s.rre afV to the American Minister and wife. to Fit: run 11\ nail: for $!, ,'><) >. "3.5aGum'. !;eu. a ::' -rtlluh'. .I.k.\"e .yon I rl

: y Rtf+arel s r '0c m9trFo ouae enston our house :\:8n.l: : to Cuba but tnt report could not be undivided heal interest in part of s 1 i I: --- -- -

r 'aou has beautifully : verified. The Whim-Wham is a large. : of 11'11' 1-4 semen 3, township I ::.S. south
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f /Lyjrr&w* a u ?* paiteuXroe1and Landsome huiliiines. powerful (craft steam propelled and :i, rane: 41 eat.Warranty Handlers of Everything
? : *ifflA>*honor. L1k! ot oy and when. the de pr channel Is i has been conspicuous in these waters! deed, Mal>e| E Pierce and Everything sold Cheaper

P rs* *Kf y <& *tr&'ty i tjfa lrs. Toppln iaiyw y. << .11 B v me In. and 'I for several years, being occupied each | husband to John Henry Meyer for $10 j

'l* Ani aJed Ai SiambTlU Q&nA e aft 'Ru h gh to Key siasou by her owner and family they lots 18 and 19, block 6. Lemon City.
? o a t j 4 pre lht gt dt"i4 f\ t'e titian ne of theg1teetr .-.inn aboard of her at the present |I Deed. F. E. C. Ry.: to Chas. B. Crock.i I W. H. CHAILLE & SON -- Prop.

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I 1300 AVENUE D
Sheriff John Frobock returned hutnight
with Perwmal An..doIIGI..m to af C Us. -

,Stafford from a negro Jacksonville who was under Henry bond I I Depositary State of Florida I

here but had left the county. .
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S W. Menefee. of the Danville. K,. Major Alex St. Clalr-Abrams and

Advocate,and Mrs. Menefee and Hen Mrs. Abrams, are in Miami. The former -
y' CM Bradley tetfllnn for in crop z
! J. & Uunaaa, Agnt ry Barrett of Owen boro, Ky.. are to attend court and Mrs. Abramsto
i among the recent tourist arrivals in visit her mother Mrs. R. S Flana 4.

t Dr. C. A. Fulwood Is tUU Indisposed the city and are pleasantly locatedat gan at the Everglade Hotel.If .

from an attack of la grippe and acute the residence of Mrs. McAllister The 4
indigestion la improving. Dr. Beck They are charmed with the yon want fertilisers, consult J. XL -

Pasco will remain over and bold services beauty of Miami and country surrounding Lomuca, agent for the old sellable

= at the H. E. Church. Sooth tomorrow and are surprised at Its Immense Bradley goods.
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for him. productive possibilities.
The launch yacht Barracuda, Capt. FirstNat.BankMiami
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For Sal--Near Miami; five acre** Aetna dynamite and supplies for Chas Thompson, got away Friday I
110 grapefruit trees; 5,000 pineapple ale by Lummus A SeweU. afternoon on another extended cruise

t 1 P. 0. Box 623. Miami Fla. down the coast and as far as Key I -
tr'; Mrs H C Snow sister of Mrs T.I West with Senator Camden and party
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IL Mr. E. A. Waddell. who Is among B. Wales, of South I'Uiixrllle.; } aboard. They will be gone several Florida'
> the pioneer real estate agents In this Emerson, and Miss Wales left here days ,

city left last Saturday morning!; for the fleet of the week for Palm Beach. : .

Key West to look after the propertyof Mrs. SnoSr passed through[: here yesterday I The auxiliary sloop John Raggett: .. -.-
his deceased brother, and for whose on her way io Hotel Ormond' Captain Jensen, returned to port Sat -- -- ------ ----- --- -- ------ -
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i estate he is administrator. while the Misses Emerson and Wales urday afternoon from Indian Key and
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went to the Royal Palm Miami for a points on the lower toast, where she OFFICERS: P'p
ti i few days. They will find the weather: spent last week cruising with Messrs. DIRECTORS:
Bradley fertnixantK arc the tat .
i a little warmer In Miami than in their i Powell and Harley, of Philadelphia
Ski by J. *. Lttmmmt. W&m1. :
Massachusetts home.-Tltusvllle Ad- aboard. The party had excellent luck
. E. M. Brelsford President 0 T.
vocate. fishing and a moat enjoyable 'outing ,
The fine yacht Felicia which hasY iI -
been lying at the terminal docks for otherwise. ,

+ several days followed the Martiniqueout Writing tablets and ttatlosery 'for TALE.i Edwin A. Waddell Vice-Pres. HON
WM. H.
LAUNCH FOR QRAHAU.Plttaowfl. PaPresident
Screven's store.
the tale at J. B. drug
of bay on Its trip to Havana ---
-, Mercantile Tnt C*
t yesterday The Fejcla| will go to a
A In built good speed in thor- William A. Spitzer Vice-Pres.
Jacksonville en route north. Among the prominent visitors Strongly a C. FRISSELL Miami Fla.E. .
--c the, city today are United States Sen ough repair. Length 27 feet beam 6

II Farmers wishing to borrow money ator P. C. Knok, of Pennsylvania former -: ].: feet. New Lozier 7 ].% h. p. engine Edward C. Romf h Cashier M.,BRELSFORD, Prudent.
of the tnlted.. with two complete sets of pans I ,
attorney general
should; address Realty Mortgage Co, - J. E. luMMUS, Merchant
the late M, including shafts wheels, pumps reversing
I West Palm Beach, Fla. Stale, and successor to
.' S. Quay, and H. G Frick, the steel I gears, etc.; also a new lighter i W. M. BURDINE, Merchant
Mr. and Mrs. F.-anxlin Coleman magnate of Pittsburg. These gentle- forty feet long: twelve feet broad-will .
t .Bush went up to Palm Beach on Frtday men are guests at the Royal Palm, and carry 1,000 crates tomatoes!-with anchors I !1 I I M. K. SALSBURY. Plttsburg, Pa z..

: where they appeared that night- yesterday indulged in a fishing trip on and all equipments Write i Uniform Courtesy to 'President Midland Coal Company. .

before the Fortnightly .Club of that the yacht mystery Capt. Meloy. and Ward G Foster, Palm Beach, or Robert : be he the W. H. SPITZER VIce-Prtsldent. .
every patron I
place In a r
;t Joseph Jefferson recited. usual roughness, they succeeded in launch and lighter may be seen. modest saver forahome 'c. C. CHILLINGWORTH, Attorney ''t
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capturing ;30 Ungflsh or the controller of vast II I
Although the time fur billing on E. A. WADDELL VleePresldent.Real .
Try the latest thing in dried fish.Blscayne .
the city bond purchase clones on the business interest . Estate I
cod, at Wilson It STys's 185.Sir. Biscayne cod. the newest delicacy. I i
Seth ln! at Wilson It Flje's 18S I' A. P. ANTHONY, Anthony Bros..
"t' ,. H. S. Rich, who has spent the yet, and it !s probable that none will .. I. '
j greater portion of the winter in MI. Mrs. H. M. Flagler came down from come in until the last day or two. It M. SHANAHAN, Grand Rapids, Mich I I

ami, left for 'his home at Redwing Palm Beach on Friday afternoon, and is also probable that the local banks We Cash( Travelers Letters of Credit Trea Blssell's Carpet Sweeper Co.
Minn: last Saturday nIght. His fam in company with Mrs. Burden of New will be prominent and strong bidders i EDWARD
fly will. remain at the San Carlos about York Mrs. Spillman, Mrs. Mitchell for the bonds, which are most Inviting I I I 1 C. ROMFH. Cashier. ,

J two weeks longer before returning Mrs Fred T Martin Mr. and Mrs. J. I-- __ I .!..-.-..-- __ ___ ,
home. E. Ingraham and Mr. R. W. Parsons

visited the Fair. The party The sales of residence lots in Riverside '
We 3 cent
Wanted.-18 or 20 foot dory-san expressed themselves as well pleased continues with unabatiug Interest pay per

preferred. Apply. R. M. Monroe. Cocoanut and attended the Fair again last The owners and developers of this '
Grove. night occupying seats in the Woman's splendid portion of the city- Messrs. on savings accounts

Department and thoroughly enjoyingthe J. H. Tatum t: Co., are contemplatingthe yd

The stock of hardware of J. W. Wat excellent musical and literary program early advance in prices of lots and

son In the little room on Avenue D rendered. those who have not already secured a Solicits Account of
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:which has been occupied by him since building site would do well to see i

the fire last summer was moved Monday them at once If they wish to avail Firms and Individuals. Safe
Money to loan on Improved property. t Deposit Boxes for Rent
: t to the- fine new store In the WatMm Q. S. Amsden. Cocoanut Grove, or M. themselves of the lowprices and easy

block at the corner of Thirteenth D. Price, Miami. terms now offered. .......................... .............
street and Avenue D. I l
Sheriff John Fr' hock left Thursday
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Mr. and Mrs. James M. Graham and -
For Sale. The famous for Jacksonville for the of !
Toquet gasoline purpose
the formers sister In-Iaw. Mrs. O.V.
marine notnrt. :The ben in the bringing back Henry Bell Stafford a k\\
Graham, are at home again, after several -
g; world for launches and for auxiliary negro. Stafford was out on bond for
days spent delightfully at MtamLThe
use in sailing craft Drop a postalcard ladies .an offense committed In this county I
particularly were delighted
to C. F. Norton, Cocoa with the beauty of the East Coast aud jumped. He was arrested by the BURDINE&QUARy i'
authorities In Jacksonville I
which they describe as exquisitely on a capias
The ketch rigged yacht I'hlpalla,
grand. They bad the pleasure of meet Issued in tills county for for his arrest
owned by the Carnegie Institute and ing Dr. and Mrs. Morgan, well known and will be brought back and
-'v commanded, by Captain Taylor, was this visited here tried at this term of the circuit court.
in city, having several
J hauled out on the ways of the Miami
times The Doctor and his estimable J. B. Wofford Is in Miami today from
t Boat Works last Monday for tor Hallandale.Mr. .
r; wife are pleasantly located for theseason

s hull to be overhauled and repainted.The several. at Miami-Gainesville Sun.If What yon get for your money is as important as the amumit rOil pay. no matter
Phlpalia has been In port T. T. Thompson of Key Went
weeks yon want to Improve your property arrived today on his way to Atlantato -how.low the price no trash goes! oat (of this store. It's always "valne received"

', and need to borrow monty for the I purchase a newspaper plant. He ,1
A For Sale*-Thoroughbred White Leghorn intends to give Key West an uptodateweekly 3
purpose, try Ceo.' G Carrie, Attorney-. .
c cockerels, nine months old. J1.EO. for the present and states if i
U-law. West Palm Beach. *H
'f..L\. Eggs for hatching; $1 per dozen. Troop II I the business will Justify it he will

,,, Poultry Farm. Enterprise,c Ma.it Among the pleasant arrivals In TI-I I merge it into a dally. Mr. Thompson NOTIONSFill SomethingFor
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tusvllle on :Monday were Mr. and Mrs. visited! the Metropolis today and was j 3i
One of the curiosities at the Royal Cba. F NaeJim; and 'Miss Rose I very much impressed with the plant.

}' '?Palm fishing dock last Saturday wasa Marie Naething. of IG7! West 2nd St. I I

ten foot crocodile raptured last night Sew York; and Proto and Mrs. T. \.1 J. H. Streak who has been ticket notion basket now with the
op your
by two fisb/men at Indian creek. McIntyre, daughter and aon.iu-law of agent at West Palm Beach, has arrived .

-;; The monste/ was thoroughly roped Mr. and Mrs Naething. They came In Miami and will assume charge j i good little things that are here for \very) The Home .

and proved interesting to the larger here for the lurpose of taking a fish- of the ticket office at the F. E. C_ passenger ,
: number of visitors frequenting the Ing cruise as far as Palm Beach and depot Mr Strunk Is very pop- much less than regular trices instead of

z Jock. It will either be sold or killed Miami on board the houseboat Rose I ular at West Palm Beach and, the I I

and the hide dressed. Marie, In command of Capt. Jack] people nt Miami will be pleas
v Laflm. This la Mr. Naetbing's set:- he has accepted the position here. He J

The Dally Metropolis gives Its readers and visit THusville this winter, but will bring his family to :Miami as soon I tic\ and a spool of Darning Cotton isn'tvithin From the drapery department the : $

more real live local and telegraphic Sirs. Naething has not area TitosvIlU as he ran secure a house for them.

,; -new than any paper In the world In In several ytirs She Is a lady of I I I i r(Jih h hI Jrw'nmes: this time...timely news, w :;

'a city as small as Miami. And all for charming pjrfonahty, and is a member Next season will Aar tho intro-luc- fur notice how the days grow; lon"er.HOUMJ .
the. small sum of ten cents a week. of twelve clubs.-TiiUMllIe A'lvoate. Jon of a series of prizes, donated :by: : ? I

: Arriv.ni here the Rosa Marie the Royal Palm for \arlous fish I cleaning-anil pring time will :

The Bahamian schooner aWe Darling will be Joined by Capt. Albert Hienkel. catches and which will consist of the : come together, and windows need ,
:, Capt. John H. Albury. came Into who will pilot her on a tarpon flghlag largest! edible fish he greatest variety I I PARASOLS i

the river dock Wednesday. She arrived expedition.! the largest; number tfausht, etc,f new thing: tn hanir up[ before them, "

.4' off Cape Florida last Tuesday from togE'lht'rItl rules \ Nassau but could not come In because Wanted.-10 men in each State to tests To this end Dockinaster Kellum up.
I..... of contrary winds. The Darling has ravel, tack signs and distribute samples has invited a number of experienced ; Out come the roll, new f'ara-<>l>-New' al.,.olutcly Take time by the 'Forelock and drape .
did not carry over a -inicpara.olfrom ;: !
5:F ar cargo of shells and 15.000 oranges, and circclar of our goods. Saliry. and enthusiastic anglers to draw up a l -we :>.
And
j last Reawn. wonderfully dainty they windows! at the rate of two to
ji -e" ZOO bunches of bananas and numerous $75.00 pr month. $3.00 per day set of prize rules and regulations to j I are-made especially for u", M. that allot them one at

r'Cther, fruit, besides two white and for expenses. Kuhlman Ox, Dept S, govern the events, and from which ,: show some special generally cxclu:i ire rrettinearjg. regular prices. ;

r.t. fourteen negro Immigrants.! Atlas building Chicago. the best proposals will be selected.! :
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Dade Co Pnrn Co. cots for jail 7.50 I I tition be granted as prayed for, provided GRAND JURY appointed from the grand jury to make BAPTISTS ;JO MEET. '

: TRANSACTIONS OFCOMMISSIONERS F K C Hotel Co, lights for jail 21 65 ; I certain examinations of county books -

F E C Hotel Co. lights at courthouse Firel That the consent of the property PRESENTMENT (.Mcca. Jail etc. Convention Will be Attended by Delegates

for Feb. . .. . .. 5.70J owners along both sides of the I ; One committee reported that the
B McGlnlej & Co burying public road where the proposed tramway office of tax assessor Is In need of an I All Over; th% Country.

J pauper . .. . . 10.00 IK intended to be laid, shall be assistant, and recommends that such -
John Frohock. court work. 76.89 firm obtained in writing; the same to help be given; also that an extensionof St. Louis. March 11.-Advices received

D W Moran sal for Feb.. ... 40.00 be filed with the clerk of this board; AFTER PROBING THOROUGHLYALL 30 days be granted the assessor to I i by the local committee la

'4 t Glrtman Bros mdse for jail. 13.65 Second 'fhe laying of said tramway COUNTY. AFFAIRS, EXAMINING straighten out his books. I charge of arrangements Indicate 'a
U & W 11 Drew Co, form for shall in no wise interfere with BOOKS. JAIL ETC.-REPORT Another committee reported the I I keen Interest counbr' ;
throughout
XIII mi. Fll, March *. 1905. sheriff . . .. .. .. 3.32P public travel and convenience on said IS VERY COMPLETE.The ,, county treasurer's office in a neat and In the the
general convention of the Baptists
The board of well kept condition while another recommended .
j county commissioners T Skates, attend prisoner.. 16.00 highway.
of North
America to be held herein
.i<* ih!.. day In regular _Inn. Pr.. Isldor Cohen & Co blankets. Third. The petitioners to hold and I! that certain fixtures be '
fOIl01l'ng--
'" May. Tho convention will .
etT A. Winfield, cuplrmsn: .T< hn etc . . . ... .. . 800J Indemnify the board of county commix the presentment of supplied the office of the county judge bring
together for the
: first time all Baptist
1;w..t,:,;. ii.; Ii. b+miCk. M. K. John and W \Vtfcon window guards bloners exempt from any damages or the grand jury returned to Judge for the filing and keeping of papers bodies. The
gathering win
aim to

E. G. Tweedell. John Frohock. sheriff; etc . . . . ... 75.25 claim for damages from any personor nor S. Jones in the circuit court 8&t-1 I and records. promote
y sad E. C. Dearborn clerk Red Crot.8 Pharmacy, drugs for persons arising from the laying or urday morning. The committee o> county jail reported fellowship spirituality and denominational
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a The following bonds were received Jail .. . . .. . 62.75L maintaining of said tramway by the To the Hon. Minor S. Jones Judge of I; as follows: loyalty.Representation I
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is to be
+ and approved: A OBb,>M1, table for tax col. 9.00T petitioner the Circuit Court in and for Dade I We would recommend that certain I made up"from
churches on the basis of del- "
Fred Fenno. notary public State at N Gautier com on collec. 1G1.35J Fourth. This concession or privilege County State of Florida: alterations be made from a sanitary gate for each 100 one '
members and from
point for the betterment of tho healthof
than five
for more
extend
large with W. W. Blackmer J. S. Sun. H Johnson mdse for poorhouse not to We. the grand Jurors sworn and local associations and State convention ,;i
j .y and J: Grant Fenno as sureties. . .. .. .. . 3.85J years from his date, without.- the further serving at this, the spring term of the prisoners, as we find much sickness *.. The Southern Baptist Cooven1
consent of this board. among them and that such alterations -
Wm. H. Tompkins notary public H Johnson blankets for Jail. 6.00E Dade County Circuit Court beg to tlon and the Northern Baptist Annlver
be made under the sheriffs.
State at large, with Chas. IL Garth C Dearborn sal and sands.:. 132.17: Dills to the aomunt of $630.74 were submit this our general presentment: sartes will be held at about the same I
supervision also recommend
aide and Frank T. Badge as sureties Wm Merkle. chant . . S.ou approved and ordered paid out of the We have diligently examined all aside time, the former meeting in Kansas
t (hat a separate apartment be set
t B. H. Seymour, notary public State at Wm Woow.. care 5 pauper. 15.00 fine and forfeiture fund. matters coming before us and have I I City and the latter in St Louis. After
for female and for this
... ... 6.00 There being uo further business the I prisoners purpose
t, Urge with J. H. Tatum and C. D Mrs. Gomezla, charity returned indictments in cases where would the commls- adjournment It Is expected that the
.. . 6.00 board: adjourned to meet Tuesday. rrge county
Leffler as sureties. Mrs. Veomett, charity the facts warranted such action on our I I I entire membership of both bodies will .
? The following Justices of the peace W T Rice charity. ... ... .. .. 6.00 April 4. 1905.; 1 stoners to procure: other quarters for attend the general convention in this' .
partWe I the State militia at once.
s tied their reports of fines forfeituresand W KlVbing. goods for Hoffman 8.00E have by special committees I city
We wish to compliment the sheriff "S
costs for the month of February: G Twrsedell. mile & per diem 5.00 PRELIMINARIES. made such examinations of the several I, The convention will be attended
and his assistants on the neat and well
f. C. Alcher. R. J. Chillingworth and John Sfwell, per diem. .. %.\10 county offices and books as our also:.by representatives of the National
kept books in his office.
m.SbwtHDL T A 1afidd, mile t per diem 6.20E time would permit and attach herl'toI I '
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For Ne wCharter Were Inaugurated The tax collector's office was reported Baptist Convention the Caaadlan Baptist 4
; Clerk and county judge filed their H Dlulck. mile & per diem. 15.20M the report of such committees. I Convention the Lott Carey Baptist
Friday NightAlthough In a clean and neat condition
1 Joint report of licenses issued during ; R Johns, mile & per diem.. 23.10 I (No report appears of county superIntendent I while it was recommended thai the Convention and the Mexican Baptist
the month of February showing |220: > The following bills were approvedand of public Instruction as he'' Convention. t
vault vault floor In the clerk's office
10 for the State and $130.20 for the ordered paid out of the road fund: the city council assembled was out of the city). I -
county. Red Crt-SB Pharmacy balsam. 1.CO in adjourned session Saturday night We beg to call the Court's attention be ncoated with cement; also that the APPEAL TO THE EMPRESS.p

.. The following firearms bonds were I Wilson &; Flye. oil .. .. .. 10.05W for the purpose of receiving and acting to the violation of the law against carryIng : windows be provided with wire -
screens; also that new furniture be
received and approved: M Mettair, blacksmithlng.. 4.00B upon a new city charter, the same was concealed weapons. We further Women of Moscow Ask Rulers Wlf

A. T. Carter: with James T. Sanders F drier teamIng... ... .. 30.00C not forthcoming though correspondence find that In cases where violators of supplied the county commissioners'room to Sue for Peace.
and that raised desk be
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s sad Ceo. H. Richardson as sureties.P. A Woodruff feed stuffs... ... :2.08 from City Attorney Atkinson this law have been arrested that even supplied -
the clerk in the court room.
..K Ryan with J. E. Lummus and Kohn. Kurchgott &: Co convict was received and which outlined a In cases of conviction the penalty provided I: London. March 14.-A dispatch from

A. B. Doane as sureties.A. gulls .... .. .... .. .. -42.50W necessary preliminary before the adoption by law has not been enforced. I Petersburg says that the. Czarina .
it O. Day with J.. 8. Peters and S. Kltchlng. road work ... 28.71J of the charter to be presented the We are advised that In cases of conviction NETTED SNUG SUM. has been much affected by an appea?'

L. Cooper as sureties C Platt. 8t Lucia bridge. ... 100.00W State Legislature. the law declares that the per. sent to her by ute women of Moscow '
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Robt Schneider with Q. F. Schneider C Hurst, lumber.. ........ 105.84J The members present were President son convicted shall be punished If by i Rifles Netted $200.00 From the Recent The appeal bearing thousands of sic-. j
} and H. H. Schneider as sureties. B Wofford, convict shoes... 59.40 Hahh and Mcssr Seltzer, Lummns. fine, by payment of not less than one I, Carnival. natures read in part as follows: ;

.Y G. F. Schneider with Robt Schneider Myers t Robinson 12 lamps.. 2.76R .JVilson, Reilly and Wharton and hundred dollars. The law was evidently -1 I' "We Russian women mothers, ..

t and H. H. Schneider as sureties. Q Stockton suplles for Goode 85.86 Immediately after the meeting had Intended to prevent the dangerous 1, Figuring the nm total of the receipts wives and sisters of the warriors who

J. Frank Coleman with Oeo. O. Butler W M Marshall,. attend bridge 12.50 been called to order the following habit of carrying concealed weapons ;I and expenditure of the Miami are shedding their blood in,the'Far''

i and"WAG. DeBerry aa sureties. John Frohock, feed prisoners 297.60 communication was read: but the law Is worthless unless Rifles In connection with the carnival East for the beloved Fatherland,

Lore Frankenfleld. with Robert John Frohock, supt .convict Miami. Fin. March 10, 1905. enforced. We are further Informed recently held here and at Palm Beach dress ourselves to you, 0 Sonrelp

.' Schneider and O. F. Schneider as sure camp .. .. .. .... .. ..:.. 60.00 Mr. M. R. Kellum. City Clerk Miami that the law is being avoided by fining the company comes out a little better believing that with your mother'sheart iV

"J ties. J F DeBerry. salary ... ... ... 45.00 Fla.' the guilty person one hundred than $150.00 to the good but had It you feel all the horrors of war.'"

f't Tax collector filed his report for the Frank Ranches salary...:... 45.00J Dear Sir: Inclosed please find notice dollars and then remitting fifty dollar played a winner instead of a loser at as we do. Yon win understand that .

month of February, showing $1,243.90 F Hinton', salary....... .... 40.00M of Intention to apply for a charterfor and seventy-five dollars. We the latter place it would have beento a woman ardently desires peace.t'.

collected for the State and$4,672.40 S Mishler. salary 21 days.. 63.00F the City of Miami which should be feel it our duty to call attention of the the good 300.00 or more. Peace Is being violated not only Ve ;

for the county, and 39 poDa. T Budge dynamite, etc.... 138.S3: published once a week for sixty days Court to this matter and urge/ upon In speaking on this matter this yond the frontiers of our country but .

f' Treasurer filed his report for the Board then adjourned to meet at In a newspaper published In Miami. the officers of the county the fearless morning Captain Jaudon said that the even In the heart of the Fatherland!" eWe

v month of February showing the follow 2:30 p. m. Let the council pass a resolution authorizing enforcement of this law. company netted over $200.00 on the see with terror in the recent travVj

Vf?' fog balances on hand March 1: Board met pursuant to adjournment you to publish the notice We find that la cases of serious violations carnival here but lost $50.41 at Palm bles the beginning of calamities that,. .
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General fund..5 46.S7 Pursuant to petition signed by J. then sign the notice and send name to of the criminal laws of the Beach which reduced the clear amount may crush all Russia If the Emperor,,*

t Fine and forfeiture fund...... 37.67 R. Walker and other. It was ordered the paper designated. I find that I State and where the parties have been materially or to the neighborhood of does not seek, in unity with his peo \;<

"" ... School fund ................. 142.77 that the following be declared a pub can't attend the meeting tonight on arrested and bound over for examination $150.00. According to the agreementof PK to avert them. All the base of.l"life :jj

Bond fund................... 21.38 lie road: Begin at southeast corner account of court business, hence I by the grand jury and placed ender the company with the carnival people are shaken and all moral founds73tions

Came warden fund............ .08 of section 16 in township 56 south have drafted the proper resolution proper and sufficient bond by justices it was to receive 10 per cent of are trembling. )Mothers thoee'.

Interest and sinking fund.... 40.97 range 39 east and run west to southwest which should appear on the minutes. making the Investigation that the gross receipts and 25 per cent of who have to bring up the yoonr generation ;

corner section 13 In same township Please state to the board that a the parties charged with crime have the concession sales while It In turn are saddened and their

i Total ................. ....$289.72 and range; thence south to southwest draft of the charter will be ready by sneeeeded In applying to court commissioners was to pay all licenses light and wa- made Impossible.It .
3 s The following bins were approved corner section 1 In township 57 the next regular meeting. and getting such bonds reduced ter bills is beyond their power, beyond )

and ordered paid out of the general south, range 38 east; thence east to Yours truly, and then the parties have fled., In Miami the carnival was a success all possibility to train children np ocry

fund: southeast comer section 1, same township H. F. Atkinson. and forfeited their bonds. The facts I ; at Palm Beach it was not Here bases of unshakable truth and love

fe The following for $L00 each as witnesses and range and thence one mile to The communication was accepted presented to us convince us that such I the city allowed concessions track as of duty when the, social life. of, the l

at inquest of unknown woman: depot In town of Homestead. and placed on file, and the clerk authorized defendants got a reduction! In amountof the jingle board, throwing at the dar country does not rest on these for its"j

n? T. It Baker Julia Geddls. Thomas D. W. Moran having resigned as to cruse to be published the their bond with the purpose to or'l I key's bead and others upon all of foundation. The youth of the country>'

: Brooker, Charlie Kitchlng. county Jailer, A. K; Gore was appointed following notice which accompanied felt such bond and escape trial which the Rides derived a liberal per. on entering life constantly meet Caa--; ,
h The following for $1.00 each as jurors to 1111 the vacancy, and to receive I the letter of Mr. Atkinson: call the attention of the Court to this centage. At Palm Bench these concessions tradictlons to what was taught them:!tIn J

at inquest of unknown woman: same alary as former jailer. Notice.! matter, and urge upon the officers I were cot allowed the city confining their families. They thus lose ally".
". EL!: J. Dozier, S. F. Adams, C. E. The following resolution was adopt. I Notice is hereby given that the city whose duty It Is to pass upon the I .(ho carnival to its attractions faith in the principles taught them,: .

Knight C. W. Carlin W. L. Wldmeyer ed by the board: council of of tho City of Miami will application for reduction of bonds once alone which greatly reduced profits.! seek new faiths and fall into extremes,..

Ceo. Burke. Reserved. That the attorney for this I apply to the Legislature of the Stateof fixed to have careful Investigation Then, too, the expenses at the latter Our best forces are perishing. Molhen :-

#- Thefollowing for $1.20 each as jurors board be Instructed obtain from the Florida, at the session beginning made that an imposition is not practiced -I' place were heavier, the lights amounting I hearts are breaking.! They can-J

at'inquest of George Washington' : agent of the Florida East Coast Railway April 4th, 1905, for the passage of a upon them to the injury of the ,'I' to $71.41. licenses $2500.: tare of I not remain silent They feel that.'

W. I. Huffstetier. W. M. Hill. S. A. Company at West Palm Beach, special act granting a charter to the good order of our county and the escape four men to that. platy $1600 and' many more lives will yet be sacriflced.t

Barfield. E. W. Clifton. M. Stelnhau- the number cf cars of rock received City of Miami. Said act to contain of violators of the law. This board of four men $ '0.00. thus bringing for what is happening Is not sp

ser, Victor O'Neal. at th .t Elation from OJus .since the provisions creating and establishingthe matter has been forcibly presented to the total expenses up to $152.41. ic, but the result of earlier calamities,r:
The following for $1.00 each as.witnesses commencement of the alleged contract municipality of the City of Miami; us In a case before our wwy. whereinan I while the receipts received were concessions ', The Emperor can still save Russia\\\\I:

at Inquest of George Washington between the former board of county providing for the election of officers, old: man Is alleged! to have been : $1500. commission. $66.00. by his puissant will Be our pleader;

v : commissioners and McCrUnmou &: Co., and prescribing their powers and duties robbed on the highway: in day time I and tickets $::.00. making the total receipts i. and pray the. Emperor that he' may'

T. L. Jefferson Wm. Mallard. Arthur up to date; also the number of cars ; prescribing and limiting the powers and over Cfty dollars taken from him I but $9<5.00, and causing a deficit listen to the voice of the country and' t t,

Moore,!uM. .c. Jenkins. G. W. of rock received from Ojus for any of the city council; granting rightto The party was arrested and bound <.f $:>6.41. whkh taken from the sum of the cry of Its mothers t

O'Neal Mitchell Clrtman.. person and by whom received, and be impose penalties for offenses over under a bond of one thousand I $:;:00,00 and mure realized here left If the Emperor leads the country*"}

4 W M Burdlne, mdse county..t 1.45 It further against the city ordinances: prescribing dollars. The bond was reduced on :h.- company to the good about 11000.:; into the path{ of greatness Its womee'will .

E.R LampP. repairing'jail.:... '10.60 Resolved. That the attorney for the methods for the assessment and applicator to one of the court commissioners ,I Captain Jaudon: end the members of help in the work of its crjanUs.,il

Carl Schrebnick. 4 comforts.. 4.00C board be Instructed to take such stepsas collection of revenue; providing for a to four hundred dollars, which the Rifles are grateful to Mayor Cur- tlon by guiding their brother OE\4l

D Leffler, oil for jan....... 5.85>> mny be legal and proper to obtain municipal court; granting the rightto was given and the defendant fled the l fie and others of Palm Beach for their children into the new war and a ner;.,

Isidor 'Cohen & Co., blankets said information and If he finds that Issue city bonds in excess of 5 percent county and his bond of four hundred efforts In behalf of the carnival and ll hL"

for Jail.................... 21.60>> the full amount of rock under the. of the valuation of real and dollars is being estreated. + ibo soldier boys, but state that had
Red Cross Pharmacy drugs for contract has been furnished to prevent personal property within the city limits Facts are presented to our body } others ben of the same generous DIED IN FLAMES.

Jenkins .. ........ ....... .. 3.75E >> further shipments until further ; providing for the election cf bond showing that some of the Justices of I nature and liberality! that the showingat I

C Miller, burying unknown authority by, granted by the board. trustees and prescribing their powers the peace are trying parties with selling I that place would have been much New York Had Tenement House Fort

woman ............ .....-.. 12.00E The sheriff was Instructed to divide and duties, and that the same be published : liquors without licenses and other I more creditable and satisfactory.A Tuesday.'
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C Miller, constable at Inquest the number of convicts In camp into In the Miami Metropolis once a charges beyond their jurisdiction. The '

of unknown woman........ 3.00 two squads; one to go to Stuart anJ seek for sixty days graLd jury conclude that such justices -I A Chicago Alderman Owes, His Election i New Tork March 14.-At least s, '

a j F C Aicher, coroner at Inquest the other to Homestead.It I I By order of the city council of the I have not intended to violate the to Chamberlain's Cough score of persons were burned to d tb.'

of unknown woman..... .. s.oo was ordered that rock be furnished City of Miami. law, but we feel that it is a dangerous I Remedy. and several injured so that they! &lilt

R B Potter, Henry Fuller...;.. 32.04 at quarry for road in vicinity of During the evening the proposed I practice and should not be practiced. I die. In a tenement noose fire on. 'Allen ]
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Brannlng Bros., 2 pair blankets 3.75 Lantana as noon as convicts return new charter was discussed by a number We would like to call the attention I "I can heartily and conscientiously street early today. j

i T L Jefferson attending Sam from Stuart and Homestead.It of citizens present the universal of the county commissioners to. the I I recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy The fire started from the explostoa)

Grant.... .. ..... ............ 25.00L appearing from the petition of M. opinion being that the charter must be condition: of the county road leading!'I for affections of the throat and of a kerosene lamp on the first MP-1

W Burkhardt supplies forBennett A.Marshall that it Is the desire of the so framed as to cover every emergency -I' to the AIta<>attah school house; alsoto lungs." says Hon. John Sheclck. 220 and gained such rapid headway that

$, ... .......... ... .. 14.00C residents along the road leading from present and future, and one that i the dangerous conditions of the I So. Preola St, Chicago "Two years the persons in the rooms above were *

H Baulerson. com on receipts Dania to a point on' New River on win meet the general approval of the bridges on this road and aslt that steps :iBo dun n ga political campaign. I cut off from escape b7 the fire escape.,'

an.1 disbursements... .. ..... 169.02: which road action has heretofore been public. be taken to put same in good condition i caught cold after being overheated, which was crowded with rubbish. '
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t G A Hay. sal for Feb........ 30.00 taken to tave the course of said road ; also the road south of Cutler, which irritated my throat and I was Thrilling escapes and darinf -si,

; A Martin, constablejn quest of changed from the southeast corner OBSERVED ROYAL WEDDING. leading to the Homestead country.We I finally compelled to stop as I could tempts at rescue marked the progress

: George WashIngton...;...... 3.00 of southeast quarter of southwest -' are Informed that the county not speak aloud. In my extremity a of the flames in their death dealing:*

H P Brannlng. coroner. Inquest quarter section 21 In township 50 King Edward and Queen Alexandra road leading from Cocoanut Grove to I friend advised me to use Chamber- destruction,'and nothing so potful'ss(.;c

of George washIngton... ... 3.00 south range 42: east to southwest corner Celebrate 42nd Anniversary. Cutler leads through private lands for I Iain's Cough Remedy. I took two the scenes after the fire have ; -

LaSalle & Stoneman. stationery of southeast quarter of southwest which no right of way nas been obtained I doses that afternoon and could not here since the burning of the ateamucGeneral :

for county............. 12.75A quarter of said section 'township and London. March 10.-King Edwardand or plats recorded of same. We believe my senses when I found next Slofcum last semper.REMARKABLE I ,"II',

Martin Insanity Mrs Doe. 4.55S ; I 1 rstig". trt 'lence: north to New River.it Queen Alexandra celebrated the would ask that the county commissioners morning the Infiamatlon had largely .t.....,..,.;
J Chniingworth J P Docket 3.50I it thenUtue ordered that said forty-second anniversary of their wed attention be called to the facts subsided. I took several doses that MAN DEAD. 'f

J E Pendleton & Co bedding.. 8.95 change be made and that said road I' ding today. The even occasioned the and proper records made. day kept right on talking through the .- 'f'"

, Brooker Bros Co. pauper ..... &007c be declared a public road. usual rejoicings at Windsor where in We beg to extend to your Honor campaign and I thank this medicine Monte Carlo. March II.-The.MarJquls

; Brooker Bros Co, Flgley..... 6.00 And, It also appearing from petition St George's Chapel, their majestieswere and the acting States attorney, W. L that I won my seat In the council." of Anglesey; remarkable for.l.
U & W B'Drew Co. stationery 12.SC signed by M. A. Marshall presIdent married. The Queen was nineteen i| Palmer, thanks for apr:xijtej; courtesies I This remedy U for sale by the Red personal and ,financial eccent

Red Cross Pharmacy, drugs for i of the Osceola Fruit &: Vegetable then and the King: two years old- extended: : our body during; our lilt. Cross Pharmacy and all medicine dealers died here toJ 1.

r Jail .... .............. ...... 18.35: Growers Association that it is the do- er. ting. and co; having flnishe3: our du.s I In six / ears deceased haj

E W Push! attending prisoners C.00 fire of raid association:: to nmiaui.1.; I I In celebration of the adversary ';, we be;;,tl) be discharged.Acara I through! ,:with two and one.half i

<(c Red Cross Pharmacy, drugs fate and operate a tram road aO:1g.h..( ,, their majesties give a dinner party at coreli \11aml may rot have the bet gr: r> dollars, and the annual income) of ]

e J'. Jenkins ,.................. 7.85OTB west side of said public road from Buckingham Palace tonight All the Foreman.F. -'T.hlcnl po Jenkins'sal and snnds... 6S.CO' certain' fields of .said association toNew numerous members of the royal family F. Canon: Clerk. j ihe has lha climate and man other tates. Theo vast sums were SB

J Wives,mdse for Jenkins....; 3.40vULE :River; have bees Invited and the majorityof ; Attached to the presentment were natural advantages that have made her largely for Jewils, clothing'and then|

Heyser.; sal sad sands.,? ?29.02 It. .is therefore. ordered that'ald- pe. them: will attend. the'reports of the various committees ,famous the wCr d.o1'er. ten. Fj
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I Via $t..John INLAND* River CANAL.to Biscayne Bay SPECIAL REAL
ESTATE
r Tile Agitated 35 Years Ago. BARGAINS


Although much has ben said In recent

WL months and confides ably agitated UNIMPROVED, GROVES f

relative to an inland water route from IMPROVED FARMS .
P..tteTS=n : 40 acres pine and hammock en 10 acres, 5 year old trees, 1,000 0-acres, 4-toom house servant house. 400 trees ISO
bearing reek .
the St. Johns river to Biscay-no Bay. Miami River ........ ....$3, 00.00 tree., 800 bearing ........VXXXOO road, on time...................... ...... ....... .....en.$3,000M

win pr.onoe la the following from the Times-Union, 10 acres land ......... .......$450.00 5 acres, 6 year old trees, house 8 acre of pin, and hammock set In trees pineapples ete fln.

'sp..Uwuw.ror. and reproduced from the Eastern Herald 350 trees bearing '...... .$3,500.00 land, on time ............. ....... .................. 1,1OOJ11., x
i+*i Title. published at PalatLa in 1870. 5 acres land ........ .......-XXOO 35 acre, 10 under cultivation..200
20-acre b.ar1n01reem.
7-room
2-year-old grov ......$3,000JO hoUM
.4 !o.. or thirty-five years ago shows that 22 acres pin and prairie 0" 6- 'oom house, 5 on rock road near R. R.... ....... .... ...... ........lJoooa:
the project was then under discusclon acres land, 300 30 acres land
P -T. 8XAQG8. railroad ....,.... ... .....960OOO bananas, 200 pine and prairie, water front 1,500 tree small u
4 ( I along with cost, advantages etc, to orange tre..S2.500.OO house, bargain ..................... ...... .............tea C
Otto wttt f be derived from such a canal:

x, XMUeno. "We have read an interesting report FURNISHED HOUSES BY THE YEAR OR SEASON
conerlT FOR
>)IT A In. j" from John J. Flanagan Esq., on the BEAUTIFUL WINTER HOMES ON BAY OR RIVER AT REASONABLE$150 AND PRICES UP.
lam" practicability, cost and advantages of ENTIRE CHARGE TAKEN OF RESIDENCES KEEP J
()L J. X. constructing a canal, under a charter UP INSURANCE AND PAY TAXES.

I granted by the Legislature of the
ti'

rioTii. BIIeA j land State of Navigation Florida to and the Improvement Southern In. PJRE: : :JBiI"S: 'U R..1VCEOnl

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Company, with inconsiderable cost,

I )1L iL ;.CI3A>' comparatively.' It" shown that the the best companies represented. Here are some of them.
canal can be constructed 400 miles in
LIVERPOOL, LONDON GLOBE INSURANCE CO. OF NORTH AMERICA ..
length extending,from the St Johnsto FIREMAN FUND ORIENT, NEW YORK UNDERWRITERS '
hW Office ia Snrctl. BIscayne Bay The' source of the Hanover, GERMAN ALLIANCE, ETC. (HartfortfJ r;

St. Johns Is thirteen feet above the I CAN INSURE YOUR DWELLING, FURNITURE BARN, STOCK
MERCANTILE
.. MIAMI. level of the ocean. OFFICE BUILDING FACTORIES.
FIXTURES. ALSO THE TI TLE OF YOUR LAND. .
AlgIi'< Extracts arc then given from the "

r H.P. report in which special mention Is JOS. ::EE. Dorn. :a..ea1 Es"tate J
made of the character of the and the 1

t; ?pedal attention forests of pine and the abundance of .. Aa-en.oV" _
*+f Rotarg*ne1n: J live oak timber. The report then I I I -
Offle.In
says: Ing the entire afternoon there and BITTEN BY KINGFISH. OCOC< .
I XXXXXXOCXCXXXXXXXXXXX .
MIAMI. i j "There is a body of land between finding much to interest and Instruct IOCOCOCOOCOCOOOOOOOOOOOOO(
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8- GJU [ I Lake Harney and Lake Washingtonof them. They were enthusiastic over Frum all appearances the bite of f|
L5 ..DBW. : about 400,000 acres of as fine sugar the BpiendlJ vegetation exhibited, and the kingCsh to human flesh! is very

PHTSICIAX or cotton*land as can be found in any asked many questions, thus proving poisonous especially ,here.the sharp D'.I.I.D4J: : :

'Orricc u MIAMI : country, and all that Is necessary to that they bare entered into their task teeth, or tusks, penetrate or strike
improve them it to cut the canal bej of farming with a will and desire to the bone. An instance of this j is shownIn

Soon from 9 j twecn Lake Washington and Elbow accomplish the bert results from It. tbe hand of Mr. Decker assistant .....,
r KI, Il. They will to Captain Ross on the Jupiter. Some ... ...: ,,: '''''''''7N- -
Creek deep enough to drop the levelof 1 return to Boca Ratone tonight
:: the water in the lake and the St. Those In the party were: three weeks or more ago Mr. Decker Is rapidly going to the.frqnt, as the lead-

GILLESPIE Johns river, say four feet, and you J. Sakal, M. Oki, N. Inouye I. Tsujil. was bitten on one of the fingers of ing city in South Florida. Everybody
y oma I will effectually drain the lands and T. Kamiya H. Mori. K. Tsubakura, N. the right hand by one of these fish 7% is
UIO.A.K.& : I while extricating the hook ; going to Miami. Now is the time to
fc Matsumoto J. from Its -
omCB In Friueil then all that is required to raise a cropIs I Hasagawa, T. Yamashl-
5. _&KSIDKNCK." I to plow and plant there being no I ta. T. Inaho K. Wakn. H. Takasl Y. I IIcblnose. mouth. Only one tooth entered the ;:,w secure a choice location either for business +

timber or brush to be carried away. R. Nagata M. Arakada. M. : finger but that penetrated at the Joint :::: or residence. Choice locations in
F
It Is an extensive .savanna with a Morin I and injured the bone. Immediately w the
t' fl.W. deep rich soil covered with cane brake afterwards the injured member beganto city for sale by : : : : : : :

c= and now used for pasture grounds for THE INJURED BOY'S CONDITION. Inflame, and in a few days had I '-
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HIAKI Orrtci: ,"- thousands of cattle." reached such a stage that the suffer

+ Hour*- The writer of the report had it all Leg Crushed and Skull Injured, But was compelled to quit work FORT DALLASLAND CO.XXXJOOOODoo.xx

.feleplloDe s/ figured out as to how the work should d Will Recover. Since then the injury has continuedto .

8. De done and the results that would grow In severity although given oocoooooooc :

.Joe follow. Continuing, the report contains Ernest Harris, the little negro boy careful attention by Dr. Jackson who
CIVIL I
who is now afraid that: the finger will' have Call on Or
the following: was run over by a wagon on
? AND "Lake Washington being thirteen Twelfth street Ian Monday afternoon to be amputated to save the hand. 70I3T a. n=L2.y. 3'. S. :N'OE"AA.w r L

$ Koury Attention Public rlTen for tn .- feet higher than Indian river, by cut and seriously hurt, is reported by his I Decker has suffere excruciating pain Dallas Land Agent Co., ,Fort Miami Fla. Vice-Pres., Fort Dallas !

R- Wliee over PowOka. ting the canal four feet deep. as above physician! Dr. Gramling as doing well, and says that: it has been so severe LAO Co., St. .Augustine! Fla e

r MIAULg described. It would.noC only drain the with good prospect for his recovery. that his whole bpJy has been in pain ooorcxxxxxxxxiococicxxicxx

fi. country electually.: but would still The boy's leg was badly crushed but and that he cannot rest. .

leave a fall of nine feet which would as'be is only ten years old the doctor The assistant to CapL Meloy on K

'his REAL one of the most valuable water thinks he will not lose the use of it the Mystery is also suffering from alike *,' 4

= 4 ONT PERRINE' powers In the country suQcient ,to lie was also badly scalped and small injury but it has not yet reached :l r

j STATE NITA.KY AT JU.C&I drive a large amount! of machinery the pieces of skull were slivered off but the danger; stage. Other fishermen! c y.

JUTLEU, around, and must result In great the bone was not cracked or fractured have also been bitten by klngflsh and
r to the company.4 You will read by the wagon although it contained report terriole pain resulting and ; Lh-/c: ,4- ft..zIJEL.)

#, (;EO. A. WO ill appreciate the great Influence 2.500 pounds of salt. nuch trouble in healing the wound. 1

the possession of such motive The kingflsh. which is a very large ;

Power will exercise In developing the JAPANESE CONSUL GENERAL aud powerful fish, has long sharp 1 & 'Jfi dL4t/16t p f
t' 40 Oeoeral butneM practice rnlniktcd tn of this region." teeth? and while fishermen are always: ;
tloo S. Uchida and S. Shugal, his Secretary, careful in extricating the hook from .

r Office mAUL Browa'i Bu1cUn- THE -SEASON'S CATCH. Visitors In Miami Today. scratches their mouth which, they are frequently painful receive though ih utLLZJ #Jd J/ ;S&

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F. ,JAMES.T. the Fishing Business Amounts Among the prominent visitors in the real suffering and danger appearsto / ... L.Jg !. ::

,ATTOI to Here. I' be city Tuesday Japanese consul come from a blto which Injures the .L. ...c J..V gs -
general! S. Uchlda at New York andS. I 1 bone.
j '
an4 Beal Although the Spanish mackerel fish- Shngai, his secretary, who arrivedon y 54 -.-. xt
rydmeetlz 7 and Depo.lt season has not yet come to a per the morning train and were driven Famous Song Writer Here.

omen. a WATMHI' close, and every now and then to the Royal Palm Hotel where they Among the prominent guests now in -
MIAMI. -
catch of several thousand pounds were domiciled until Wednesday the city is George Evans the famous .; r-

MITCHELL thts choice fish is brought in, the morning when they went to Boca song writer, who 1 Is taking a well earned

officially closed on the,first of Raton, accompanied by Mr. J. E. In- vacation and touring the East

L Attorney at and cp to that time, beginning '''I' graham third vice-president of the Coast. Mr. Evans U the author of; Ia7va4&t:

fr in the first of October last, some re F. E. C. Ry., to visit and Inspect the those well known songs 'In the Good

' F catches, or results are I Japanese colony at that place. Old Summer Time." "Come Take a
Office:.BatebeU Bid*. Drake Produce Co.. Miami
Trip in My Airship. "Sweetest Flower Jaudon Bros., MiamL "
W. In this time 1,471,000 pounds of LUDDEN A BATES. that Grows In Tennessee." 'I'll be True 1 Brown & Mood Little Twcedcll Bros., Cutler.
C. A. J. Hnskey, River.R. .
; were brought into and ship to my Honey Boy" and many others.Oetll E. McDonald & Co.. Fnlford L. U. O. Sjostrnm Hallandale.Stranahan '

from this port to the Northern Will Open a Branch of the Southern T. M. Richards Boca Ratone. & Co., Ft. L au derdale..

by the five houses engaged in Music House in Miami. M. G. Lyman. Lantana. Boynton &,Parker. Boln n. .
business. The total catches of 020. ups

E?ty fish as compiled by the shippers The Ludden &: Bates Southern Music I LOOK FOB THE LABEL ;
announced at a meeting held a We want a description of
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JEWELER ; House, now operating In all of the _
Perfect days ago are as follows: principal cities of Florida and the : your real estate for sale.
fitting, eao
T, Brown l Co..Z56.000 FREDK. S. MORSE
are a great comfort. country, will, within a few days,'
eye apparatus and : & & Clark........"....325.000 open a branch house In Miami under I We want a description of ,
there is;no guess A. Ranlerson & Bro........230,000 the
management of Mr. A. S. Hntchln- I houses for rent.
sonable. We repair your
Fish and Produce CO..2GO.OOO
Jewerlv and Spt< / son, who is now in the city looking up REAL ESTATE
c year trade asked Fish Co...........;...%%5.000 a location and preparing to do busi We want to show you some
.au D between" As above stated these figures apply
W. i;. to Spanish mackerel and do not ness.This company handles such pianos bargains, if you want to Omcea up stain Cor. Ave. O and IS tb St. az
Jorleraatl the hundred thousand buy anything in our line.
,1. many
as the Mathusbclc Knabe, Ivers a Miami. Dade Co.
of king mackerel and other Florda.
Pond. Lester, Chase and Chickering, We want to show our
indigenous to these waters that you
I with a specialty of the Baby Grand
found their to the Northern list of housed to lent. "
way AGENT OR LANDS OF
McPball and others, while Jt carries ,
during the season through
I above mentioned houses the Estey Putnam, Burdett and Lud We sell houses on easy Florida East Coast Railway Co.
a -..... den 01: Bates make of organs, besides
r H 7 .& '[,._-... I From this it can be .seen to what all other up to date musical Instru- terms. Let us' show you. Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co.
I the fish shipping industry of
c erusearaar = I! amounts for five months In ments. We sell farms on terms to I Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co- '
.sea He.a..M.l.d Mr. Hutchlnson Is regarded as one
rtHewsou.rra and from which thousands of suit. Come and
,
I year see us.
eteae W of the best musical instrument salesmen 3
d Oppoette U.e. are derived and put in circula in the State, which,fact, with his '
W among the hundred or more boats We sell or exchange everything Now is A
I own personality, should Insure the the TimeTo
boatmen engaged in the business. in the
1 Lux!Jen 01: Bates Company a good busi-
1rj hearty ness here and in this vicinity.
Seventeen hale, Real Estate Line. Plant
the
energetic Japanese composing Orange Trees
The vessels of the fishing: fleet! that
of that nationality at Boca Ra-
I have made the wharves so busy for the I
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under the guidance and direction Cooley & Horner and Grape Fruit '
KILL! THE I Capt. T. M. Rlckards. came down past three months are returning lot I
Key West and West Coast ports. j
153 CURE::: noon on the Parm Beach'Special Also Rose Bushes for Winter
: 1 the purpose of taking in the Coun I Blooming 4

; WITH Ur. Fair and viewing the products of Has Stood The Test 25 Yearsrole's ] And all other ornamental trees and shrubs
there exhibited and :
county, Please call
I write
i or for desi-wptivc
catalogue and other .
New i 1 they: are trying to equal if not 1 '
I from the soil of the place and I

they have adopted as their fu GRIFFlNG'BROS. '
cog
fOR aIlfSVMPTlOW home. a
The party debarked at the depot and
Tasteless Chill Tonic
Surest THROAT and mad QlUCk. there went in a body to the after POMONA NURSERIES
Hotel where they dined
LBS, or MONEY Main office
which they took In the Fair, spend- No-Ccre-No-Pay. so'cents.. Cor. Are C and 12th St., up tair. Nursery Little Office.River, Ffa.

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I IJ .cunvd in connection with their visitto BEN COKELE YIN LUCK. BRUCE ANDREWS ON TRIAL APPLEYARD ROASTS BROWARD. I I JAPANESE IMMIGRATION.

.D COUNTY'SJAPANESE the Fair I brought down with us I CoL T. J. Appleyard. of the Lake I -

two Japanese flower plants which I Slayer of Rosa Roberts Gets a Life City Index takes identically the same The Metropolis published yesterdaya

sold for $1.00 each. Monday I turne Sentence. (Continued from first page. ) view of the qualifications of Senator C. few facts heretofore untold relative

the money over to Mr and i ---- :M. Brown ot the Twentieth Senatorial '
Sakal. that to the Japanese colony at Boca Raton
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[ COlOrJY; night here came a basket of the most The circuit court of Dade county: District embracing the counties I their traits of character, ability to

choice veseiables, Wb o)>ened ;Monday in the hands of Andrews from the of Marion tnd Samter.
that could bo picked morning by Judge I to represent I j overcome obstacles,and energy, all of

from their latch with their compliiiienlb :Mliior S. Jones and resumed work for,: effects of *hlch blow he died several I;' that district in the approaching ses- which are most commendable and ;_

I am actually] almost afraidto the second w..->? if the _ISla,:. I days afterwards.The lion of the State Legislature at the I show them ta be most desirable peopleto

offer or u> assist them In any way I The civ H case of the Miami Transfer I next day after being struck Metropolis displte the fact that he have as Settlers and citizens.:

Seme of he Traits of These Interesting for the favor will not remain unrecognized ('ompal5.. C. T. McCrin.muu. which i Lovett swore out warrant and caused ; is engaged in business In Dado county I The worll is now pretty well Informed -

even if they have to put themselves I was under consideration before tht the arrest of Andrews on the I and claims not to have moved his permanent : of the ability of these peopleto
Little
People out to Jo'it. \ court last \\'eek'as postponed until charge of assault and battery. He failed ', residence from the strict. withstand hardships, of their great

-M The coming of Mr Uculda today i f Tuesday. Match :!1. to prosecute the case and Andrews ,: After reciting; the duties of the Governor j determination and of their untiring a

wa. heralded h> a burnt of ..nwusia..n11 1 i. Theease... ..1'.1".0' of were all a rim-. was discharged, 1.0\11 gi':ng to JackHonvllle and those of the Legislative: Depart ,I efforts to succeed. The war in the

aud he will ue ult-ruiiu-'J to the best inaiI ment of the State-the latter the propI I Far East has demonstrated these facts.

NOW SO PROMINENT IN THE of their ability, OUt just how remainsto I I After reaching! that place he was er body to pass upon the qualitcations' Those that have immigrated to this

t:. EYES OF THE..WORLD-HARD be seen as they are very reticen I I I.I, taken suddenly< ill and died The post I, of Mr Brown to sit as one of Florida's country and those row located! at Boca "
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WORKERS, GENEROUS AND APPRECIATIVE iu their private affairs: hough 1 can of.Rosa Ilo'K-rts also colored. Coke mora examination developed the lawu'Rkers-llr. Appleard says: Raton, are of the frame stamp and cal

till you of this much Monday after. I I It.} withdrew the plea of not guilty and fact that he had died from brain InI I i Governor Brow ard is invading the ibre as those of their own blood now t tso

:4 OF KINDNESS-ARE I noon several members of the colony entered a plea of guilty, after whichhe jllr)'. and the cause of his death was otlnce of the Senate when, againstthe successfully opposing Russia 1ft.,. "n

DOING WELL AND THE COLONY I went down Into the woods wish axes, was sentenced by the court to life attributed to the blow he bad received protest of a Senator, he declaresthe military operations.. Captain Rickard. "+

IS A FIXTURE. almost as big as themselves and a I imprisonment In the State prultentia- here. seat of such Senator vacant and who has been with those composingthe rf

short time afterwards here thy: came ry Andrews was re-arrested on the calls an election to fill such alleged; I Dade county co'ony ever since l/I

lugging on their .boulders two fmuieuse ;! Cokelev is the negro who, last Octo1 charge of murder (:committed and held vacancy; and*If we mibtake cot, the they settled nays they are deserving

palm trees. These they erected !!' 1 1"'r. shot his concubine to death one in jail until the 20th of April last year Senate of Florida in its own way and Industrious beyond comparison peaceable '

1 -. There is possibly i'! at a convenient place a number of' night while the wa asleep in bed and when he was released on bail In the' without reference to the interference scrupulously'clean, and above all '
no more staunch
admirer and believer In the worth of feet apart and between which was then turned the pistol upon himself. sum of $1,01)0) given by a number of | of the Governor will settle this matterin I satisfied wU! the task they have un

I.I.i I built an arch of cocoanot leaves and The woman was killed instantly and prominent citizens He has since | a proper manner under the Constitution dertaken.
i the little In
i who for the Japanese past several every months respect hire [ I evergreen, making it both unique and E' (Cokelev came near ending his own life, been at liberty, and the trial now in ; and In doing this will retain I What more could be asked of man?

t, been giving Russia an awful I Inviting for Mr. Uchida and party to : as he shot himself in the breast and I I progress will probably clear up the': Senator Brown safe in his seat from Such people must necessarily make
drubbing'In ;t
: pass under. The mode of erecting the lay in a precarious condition for a which the Governor seems so anxious ;!
r ., war In the Far East than T. ;i case, hia friends hoping for an acquit'taL good citizens and are unquestionablymore
Capt.
i, trees was new to me, but it could not long time. I I oust him. The Governor nays Brown ;j desirable Immigrant than '
as ;
I W. Rickards of Boca Raton where
f there IB located have been more perfectly done. TheyI The next ('ase'as that of Ed Carter 1 Yesterday's Session. has removed from his district; Brown'says the riffrrT of many nations allowed
now eighteen ''
: sons
I started by squaring! the butt and then colored, charge with breaking Inj I he has Lot removed from his dis-
of the 1dlka o'l Kingdom, and who j I All of yesterday was taken up I to cove In almost at 11'111. many of ,
'halving it up several Inches Into and entering His case went to a Jury i trlct: the Governor seems to think
i the circuit court with the trial of Bert I them immediately becoming and remaining
compose the advance"guard, or begin. I that be knows where Brown lives bet- :
and resulted ,
this they spiked a rrosstie.! and into in a conviction and sentence Freeman a white man, charged with : public charges and a clsgrace
ping of whit is proposed to make a claims I
ter than Brown does. Brown
the hole dug to hold it. were place to five yearn in the State penitentiary
has
assault with intent to commit murder.After to civilization.: No one ever seen
thriving Japanese colony.
that he ought to know and does
and tLo with
the tree tic. other
the examination of many xvltnecws kno..1 a Japanese beggar or pauper.
i In of these wonderful little
speaking
where his home Is better than the I
!t men and their operations at Boca Raton I: ties around it as supports. Over this I Robert John, also colored was tried and argument by counsel the i Vnder these condit'cns It would a

their characteristics etc., with al I they spread and carefully leveled the bj a jury for assault with Intent to case went to the Jury last night. A' ernor. We agree with Mr. Brown. I seem that Japanese immigration
complete Job kill He was convicted and sentencedto We think, with all due deference to I
ground making as a as I this
Metropolis reporter Wednesday Capt. i verdict was rendered for aggravatedassault. about the be t that comes to country -
lone could desire. I would not tell tenearn in the penitentiary.A ;I the Governor that Senator Brownshould '
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and it nf'sht: be for the people -'
Richards. gave some interesting information i this but .Mr. Uchida and party will venire of six jurors wag drawn I I know and does know more 'I '
heretofore untold. I The jury'was as follows: W. A'I cf the State and county to encourage ,
have been there before this is printed last week from the body of the countyto : about his place of residence, his domicile their-colonisatlon.
j I W. J. A. Fates J. "'. I
There are now eighteen men in the Spencer M. lUll ,
'and it is a dollar! to a doughnut that serve during this week. They were his home his abiding place than
present colony; the original number- !, f Wicks. T. F.:Savage and Albert Fro- jcber. i does the Governor and believe the -
we J
followsJ.
A. W.
'j they not even Mr. Ingraham. of theF. >I as : Foles M. Hill : I Mr. and Mrs. John Ehrler and famIly

eerenteen-having been augmented'yesterday K. C. Ry. who accompanied them j jwill j C. if. Redifer, W. H. Spencer. A .W. Florida Senate will agree with us and of Wllkinsburg, Pa. who have been
by the arrival of a "new | The case was one of long standing. j Senator Brown
know but what the stately palms : Cromartie and A. M. Lopez. retain ,
i located for the winter ia their comfortable :
man" to take up the pursuit of farm- The crime with which the defendant I --0-
I A venire of six
special
were grow there by Nature. was drawn
Ing. The original seventeen who I Captain Rickards recited a great today who are yet to be summoned. was charged being committed in the RUSSIA'S NEW TROUBLE. j home on Eleventh street win
ar-I' I leave either Son-
I Saturday night or
t rived at Boca Raton but a few many other commendable things about fall of 1903 when he shot a man by I French financiers have refused Russia ,l
day morning for their home. Journey
ago, now have In the ground these ittie men. He believes j i Legal Papers the name of Campbell In the northern another war loan for the present,
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great .
1 1I ing leisurely and -reaching there two
vegetables tomatoes, of the .
mainly
of i part county.An
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acres and Quitclaim deed Alice Baldwin Dud at least The one and only solution
in them in manner
strongly every
thriving and doing welL They are I Indictment was found by the : refusal of for the weeks hence Mr. Ehrler Is a stl'Oll&bt'lIe1'er ;
t I husband to Zelma B. Girtman for $1 of the is that fear
is
from I it ,
says that a year now expected I In the
of
and future
planting In one crop apparently lot 8 grand jury during the spring term of {i safety of the Russian government present .
that the colony will number etc., block 17, section ::6.< town I \UamL' 1
though the field and men are divided court of 1904 but the cane had been i : :
,0', two hundred or more men and women i ship 53 south, range; 41 east both on account of her reverses in the

Into three parts and squads one each as the F. E. C. Ry. is lending them alii Warranty deed, R. S. King to A. W. postponed ever since. field and the Internal strife and. ferment ;

under the directions of Okl. Sakal and aid possible, and will, ere that time}'' Deed for$1n1.2ofa 1.! of se 1-4 of The first case taken up this morning now working, among the people j NOTICE.
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SuJU. he is told, have comfortable houses) sw 1-4 of ne 1-1, section 10, township : was that of W. J. Wilson white, charged of that nation and on the verge of a (I Notice is hereby given that the City dad
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"I have never seen more energeticand their families.The I 51 south rapge 4! east. with forgery. The jury returned revolution.
I built for them and Council of the City of Miami will apply
enthusiastic workers than these verdict of guilty and Wilson was l! Without Russia ,
captain further said that Warranty deed, John Sewell and I a money cannot pursue to the Legislature of the State of Florida ,
little men." said Captain Rickards. and every member of the wife to F. A. Hamilton for $100 lot 2 : sentenced to six months tn the county L. the war. France is her chief ally i the
at session
e&t'h'1 : beginning April 4th.
., They toll early' and late, and their satisfied and contented. They of block 10. section 36. township 53: jail both in money and sympathy, and now 19 capacity and determination to accomplish south, range 41 east. This wan, a case in which Wilson i i that she has refused to advance further )
V proving good farmers and their cropof granting a Charter to the City of VIi -
I : .. any task they undertake Is stupendous tomatoes Is unexcelled in the coun Warranty Iced Annie Bewan and forged the name of J. C. Lauther, ot In assistance of the cause that |i ami Said Act to contain provisions

and an example worthy to ty. Unlike many Americans they do husband to george Mangos for $850 West Palm Beach on an order for a seem Iottt, It Is more than probable (i creating and establishing the Municipality )

,Y be followed by those of our own race. not pretend to know it all, and areworkln& part of lot:.. block 86, north Miami. pair of shoe i I that Russia will be forced to sue for of the City of Miami; providing b i
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Practically midgets In size they are to learn receiving gratefullyany Warranty
giants in strength and agility and once advice and following it to the leti:i to John Frohock for $ISO lou 1C and larceny withdrew WB plea of not )I far at. the war with Japan Is concerned '
scribing their and duties
they undertake a task the word fail" ter. At present they are living in 17. block 114. north. Miami. guilty to the barge and plead guilty I but will it end the trouble brewingat powers ; prescribing 'Ji.

must have no connection with it; it houses owned by Captain Rickards I Patent United States to Greeley to petty larceny and was sentenced :, home and which promises to wreck: and limiting the powers of I Ii :r,
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the Council inv.
City granting right
; to
must be done. Clean of body and clear but will soon have their own homes.I I Ritchny sw 1.4 of section 22, 11.,1, by the court to three months in jail. I' the present government'Wise '
the best living ex. I be-I'| peace puualtlvs for offenses against the
of mind they are heads and the
e ship 56 south range 39 east Harris Schncldman. upon the proper predict not
amples of temperate and energetic Warranty deed, Georgia H. Johnw | petition was admitted to American clt- lief Is general that, come what will. I II i City Ordinances; prescribing method v
IS NOW COLONEL. in'Ru.Hma !| for the asxeasmenl and collection of 4''
manhood I have ever stun. I, and W. H. Johnson to Mittie L Kppcr j izenship. I the dissatisfaction now prevalent

"Their appreciation or kindness and for $1'51lot at corner of Avenue I) W R. Healy, charged. with assault must terminate in a rebellion.To [ revenue.providing for a Municipal'
LieuU-Col. Bronier Has Received Hi i /[ ('mlrt the right to Issue +
aptitude! for learning are above com ; and Fourteenth street with intent to kill one Jottn B. Beach pursue the war would unquestionably 1 ; granting;
It is an impossibility to Commission as Colonel. I j outbreak of the City Bonds In excess of 5 per cent of
prehension. ) Warranty deed, R. A. Weston Arnold I was arraigned and changed: his former mean nu popu-1
do them a favor or kindness without'! lace to It bean the I be valuation of real and personal
: stop uow
to August Schultz for $200 n 1 2 of pica of not guilty to that of guilty.Sentence same I
It being returned many times mani I j Key West, Fla., March 10.-LJeuten- I s1.t of. ne 1.2 section, 17, toanship !; upon Hnly was withhclli i indication The outcome of this i property within the City limits limits; t

fold. i ant Colonel F. C. Drossier, Second reg |i 51 south, range 41 cast.: upon his promise to stay away from ( phase in Ihe situation will be eagerly: j jan i providing for the election! of Bond

a "They receive many daily papers and I merit, F. "T., received his commission Deed Model Land Co., to ElizabethC. : Sliest Palm Beach or vicinity withoutthe 'hod. It means much to Russia i| Trustees and prvM-r.blnK; their power

though a number of them have not I this morning 'as colonel of that : Vass> for $333: lot 7. block IS. West i order of the court It was further and, tit present there is but a small ray i and duties

mastered the English language sum. regiment. I! Palm Beach. 4 b I of hope shining through he dark cloud j Ely order of the City Council of the
ordered I'v the court that Healy ,
to converse Intelligently, there al. for her ('II y of M.amt. i
rfently j! Warranty deed Jas. M. Oaban. et I allowed to remain in Miami two day: .

are some who can, and these keep the :1 CoL F. C. Brassier began his mlllU tq Jark Washington for $35.:::; lot 13, in order to bottle up his business affairs M. R KELLl'M

others Informed on the current events ,I, ry career at the age of ten In Calves. I I block 5. sub-tdvisinn of lot 2. section after which he in to depart the King Kdward pays his French cook City Clerk.e."

of the ,,world especially the war news j i ton, Texas, and in J8 : was a'sergeant I I 3C, township :53 south' range 41 vast. ,! county and not return without the 3S.oato |I"'r ) 'ar. Some of us in Miami a

and any Japanese success whatever in. the Houston Light Infantry, which. sanction of the court. To further these: rant gel a cook at any price NOTICE.
brings forth a demonstration and was at that time the crack, q,
company i -0--- f'?
| DEATH OF MRS. A. R. WHITNEY compliances Healy entered into hH :
show of enthusiasm. of the South. Later he removed to ;'' According to he Russian diplomats. j) In Court ur County Judge Slate of
own recognizance in ho sum of $;)00
"An Instance of this Is shown on the : Ix>adville. Colorado and was elected i Li under pain= and ptnnliy of judgmentI who talk faster than Kuropatkin fights Florida Dade County.

receipt of the first news of the tall otI! to a lieutenancy in a local company'in i i Mary Ilmisu Whitney, wife of ,\, RVhUBey.fof there i an I... no peace unlexi<< Japan i> In re Estate of Charles U. Crockett.; Jr.
nn.ls ntence should he In any manner r
Port Arthur. That night, after t had I I that city. \ Morrislowu. N. J, died I Ion < i, concludes to offer terms Japan is To alM'redltors.) Legatees. Distribute
I' fail to observe ihcondi'ions of thecourt's a
retired 1 was awakened by a demonstration I board the RuCThonse! lying iu the 'n and all having claims
In 1SS5 he came to Florida aud took I J anxious for peace of (course but it will I persona
order.
} outside and investigating, .I I np his residence st Key West, and in I! bay of the foot of Twelfth street Saturday not be the first to extend the olive !: or demands against said estate:

found the whole colony there with 1S87 was elected captain of the Island I| evening at 6:30:: o'clock! of tji branch Th worM! may be certain of You and each of you are hereby no- ;

huge torches, niunical instruments and City Guards, then a valunfeer compa IihoiJ lever, aged :-IS years. I Ii RE-UNION WAS A SUCCESS. t! that. lined and required to present aayilrlainm :\

cheering. They had gotten into a ny. In 1SS8 the company was admit !i i )Ir. and Mrs Whitney arrived at Mi- -o--- and demands which you or yj\, ||

-7 : bunch of my laths and with them and ted to the State Troops when its name i I i amI"several weeks ago on their private -! The r.jnfe-tcrate re-uion at DeFuni- According to a Brutish Government either of TJU ma>". have against the *

.a, other articles bad made their torches was changed to the Key West Guards houseboat Soon afterwards; Mrs. :''ak Spring< ou Saturday was decided J ri'ix'rt. the RVerllllE: pay of an njrri-j i icultural etttato of Charles u. Crockett. Jr. de. .

and come to serenade me. From myj i Col. Brassier holds the honor of be- Whitney became ill of fever and al-1 success twiihtandir: the inclem) laborer Is $lo. a week and teased late of Dade county, Florida ;.

house they went to other American'|I lug the oldest commissioned omcer though! all that medical skill could do'': entath, r. there being In attendance on that ho has to support himself and to the undersigned administratrix of .'.

homes with the same purpose, myself i Iin point of service In the State. Dur dis-ease. I about Dee nundrt, '.I uf "the ol-1 Vets." i family whllIn Ireland the average wild estate within two years from the .

k and others accompanying them to see||{ling the late war with Spain his compa- : who were aide to keep step to the puffy is $2.72 ii week. In 1S5I the number date hereof

itV that the woods were not set on fire, I I ny was among the first in Florida to i j[ to be ashore< but little MM Whitney strains of '.Di\l...." and lo ( her moM nl agricultural laborer in England f'H..1I."h; t.... .\. U tM)5! : i

and enjoying with them their enthusiasm Utffer their services to the Government !|I II was known tr many and was a most I IlIs'l1).t'Q mention "f the names of : and Wales ass 1.110.311 In 1901 t Agnes )111'J. Crockett

which knew no; bound |I I and went to Tumpa for enlistment. :: ("lituable i woman. t'nafederttr leaders. the number! -van only :09.HI1t.; 9 in Administratrix-

"Of their sense of appreciation of a 1 I At the reorganization of the State i 1: The remains were prepared t>>' Undertaker rite* adjutant's renonho \efi the1

i kindness I cad recite: Last Saturday I Troops he was made lieutenant colonel JI. M. King and were taken! it.i .'st Florida briirni'o' to l>e in a flour1 ;,

1 brought the colony down to visit the I and has held that position ever to New York in a private car accompanied I..hln.! ; condition three new tamps hay Tomato Wrappers

t Fair Those who saw them there since. by the bereaved husband. and,I ling been added dunns the past year, ':

i know how they enjoyed it and the Interest The appointment of Colonel Drossier friends Tueda t. morning!: i and increased enthusiasm manifested
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( Don t wait till the tomatoes are
they :!:!1nf'"Ft At Boca Raton I to the command of the Second regSI I j Mr. Whitney is retired merchant all along the line. "

- y I am building A new packing house I ment. which Is the cruel regiment! of I| uf :Morristown N. J, and was touring : The brigade writ greetings to Gen I II ripe before orpering your pa- ,:

the roof of which te still to be put on the State. It tat Ing sent eight' out of Southern waters in the Rnffbouse Avery {I S. (J. French and Gen. Wm. Miller [*r. We have THE BESTVanila

F r :Monday morning I was Informed by I the twelve companies to Manassas, receives ]I pleasant time was had until the and passed memorial resolutions 01. i

Mr. Sakal that the whole colony would I. the approval of the entire military ,unfortunate illness of his wife which the death of Hun John H Re:1.;ar.. Wrappers
>r the next day (Tuesday) to i she possibly! amtrected before leaving
f be over service of the State and under, Ii I IMs postmaster general of the Cnnfe--at<'
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give me a day's work but later In the direction the same high standard the North States, and of General J. J Flnlcv-: !,

! day they learned of the coming to the : will no doubt be maintained. I I, a distinguished: officer In the Coufert made and our priers are right. Order nowE3rTGErE

V colony today of Mr. Cchida. the Japan -;' Congratulations From Miami." ;' Cleveland March 15.-Mr Chart crate services from the Suite i>f Four ; !

- ese Consul General at New York, I! The following II\r'sac e was act CU, : wick, accompanied by two United 1 1Stat..s Ida. : : : :; S c& CO. .

'$; and I was politely asked to excuse Rrossler front tbu military staff in I'j' deputy marshals! todll'llSlred' Brigadier r-eneral W I. WlttlchI '
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them for the! present when they set !ibi, city: her former home where she selected ; was r, If'Clt',1 I
about preparing for his reception. But t "Accept our congratulations. I about $:;00.00 worthof personal efrecta lions uf thanks to the 'mr mb.-< of th' Always Remember the Full Name 4

I will get that (.ay's work. Their 1 ol James T. Sanders I al'o"'ed' exempt from the sale Florida Chauiauqun, the oftcerof theAjuuville

word is their honor, and thereis no I 'oL C. L. :'Clmanles.Ompany next Frl.lay. ( ind Xd'.hville railros and

urn protesting when they want to return -t \ -L, byCapt. ,I She broke down and wept upon| the sheriff if, Walton county 'lor (-(>:jr L aaYe! kromo Quinine s
: .a favor. They would feel hurt It J. Frank Jaudon _
n-achnj; her home, but later recovered ;'tesle9.zieaded.luleg this r.- union.J .
you did O Duncan Brassier. her and mot her husbandi

"I have on a number of occasions i I fur the composure flr..t time in'two months. She I J. H Conner, who h;;l;-n v-i'inc.! Cures a Cold in On s Day, Grip in TwOI

assisted them la some trivial way andevery That Chicago woman whij says she! shook bands with him in a fur: al i.his il-iiijtht"' M-a E. 1. Birtlln f" *

time 1 have received more than can feed a man on 9 cents a day ought manner and conversed( freely Sh. was turned to his home In Leon rrntnty /r / f T

a I gave. Another Instance of this oc-I to start a Wasb'Tigton! restaurant then taken bark to prison. this n .,n.'n;. c& cC ", OD Be%. 25c. ,v


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