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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 24, 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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Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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VOL.9-NO 42. Dad Couutj:::ttJ of. MIAMI DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA: MARCH 24, 1905 EIGHT Hlit.S


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SCHOONER AND.STEAMER I I GUILTY OF MANSLAUGi.TER.Bruce -- :


} RUSSIAN SUPPORTERS OF PEACE E Ashore: One on Molasses Reef: Other Andrews-Convicted m<. Circuit 'FORT i DAB lAS NATIONAL B BANK i


i Above House of Refuge. Court Saturday.

! j WILL PRESENT JAPAN PROPOSAL !I I SECURES MIAMI em BONDS j

Yl',;!( r.i.IY the Metropolis couuiuetl"a Al the iifl.-l TI.K.II <.-:-'I"n|
--- short M U-uiliphit li report from Key I I I of the circuit rinirt, MI I the ease of -

'i" "'('61 01 ih.' sniunJiiiK on :Molasses Unu-f Andrews charged with ih.o murder By Bidding 34.000 at 5 Per Cent..... Three Other Bids Receive..

i: Whereby Russia Cart Honorably Withdraw From the Struggle. I', reef of an unknown! schIMm.an.1 of :,,, of J. P Loren, th'dtfon>.- placedonly .i Street
i Car
Fronchise
.
l Applications Presented.The t
British Minister Considering Proposal On Same Line. ,' \% rwkrh! hm Ins pone to her from ,( two witnesses on ,ih.- stanl. IIr. :
''I P. T SkauK and IV P. Leslie The --
hat place Other details of the acclj .......j"K of the .
city! t-mincil last ih innu! ;
r teslimorn of Dr. SkacKs was technical | :4 sirevis and hiob\\'a..or. >t-
i dent sere not Riven. n.the wa.s iirodiu-ttte of one of themeat I wi Ibxiniiiu- ,
and rtlated to ID*: condition of tli-1 the Interlecsiuo of71.hth
J. lars from the hum. ; garrison, ,.uo will j i loa night, however Capt. Dan Ross ,]I wound intlioiiM ou Urn-It. That of. important sessions In 'the history' sir t-t and ..VvennX-, it. nro.amh .

be replaced by n s.rves. .if the F. E.C. HOld yacht Louise. jot i that or any other preceding body ,
i't FOR SUBMISSION Leslie wan as.lo his not seeing; An- jir Avenue O to Twentu (b
It has also been decided that Adrali hu hail tw.-rt/t.n thy lower coast cm : Miami city ewtithes. The meet j '
I drcws running away at the time the I I"C I xti'Tinco cast on Twefctie'iti! "lr.-<>l
fe i i'ral Rojestvenstii must continue his i iI business re/iirnetl to port and from !; was made sto hy the fact that to B.II'I.dl1
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TO THE POWERS; crime was comctlttetl. Th d. fvndant uu.r, thence soih: on
I voyage and give battle to the Japanese i".111 furl /r inforainllon relative to :| e tent portend,. >; r.iuh 10 th.. future llrirk.-ll Avenno
was not placed on the stand. | to the city\ limits; ,
II-, 8.- i The ivftimony In the case h"iugconeluI.I. at the intersection of Avnne
;1 control of the sea trom Japan. ; ,
learllc' action.
Amons th the
were
argument of council wasopened < se opening F> and Fourt'H'n'h street thene

i T schooner Is the three-mast- of bids for the purchase of city east on Fourteenth t
for the street
St. Petersburg. March IS.-Telegraphic j prosecution. Mr. ( RUSSIAN WAR LOAN OF $100,000 communications with the retreating Nova Scutiaman. Helen, haIling (, ,Palmer took up a large part of the tiond.and I the acceptance of that of tb'-n.'e nurthtrly "n n:8'II.n":

4r 000 SIGNED PAYABLE IN FIFTY Russian army, have been cut / om Yarmouth\ and bound from the:' afternoon In his argument and was i j the Fort Dallas National Rink In the 11..1\'.. to Twelfth street, thenro weston y

'YEARS-RUSSIANS ARE AGAIN Island of St. Thomas to Philadelphia i sum of 531,"IOo. Twelfth street the
off for the twenty-four hours. followed by Col.\ J. T. Sanders and R. j to Miami rivrr1

b 'ROUTED BY JAP3.. I Is hoped this past Is only temporary.\y\I j I with a load of cocmruts. She! went D.j GautU-r for the <:cfens. I j Another was ihrcei"tion of writ- 1..... l..H-m 't ih. iai.Tti\<>a )f

I' j I 'on Molasses: Reef, which lays off Rod Mitchell i ten applications for a street car line Twelfth
though the authorities declareney D. Price opened tbe argn-1 strtft ant Aienne It. thent.
j riquos Key sixty luiles below here. II j I! franchise, one from. J. W
hate not ha.l information that the I nivnt in this mornings session for the Watson and gv north nti Avenue ll to Sixth street
any
I Sunday' night; and lays bow on and is i associates, and one from B. B. Tatum Ihl
i
art, wet Sixth
Japanese hare reached the / ailroa ,! defense and made a lengthy and able J Jj net 0:1 street to AvenueC

St. Petersburg :March :::.-The {t near Linevitch's army. being drl cr harder aground with the j.: argument '! and associates, while a third was the th. nee- north oa AvenuC to Firsts.rtrt

Ministers aa.1 supporters of the court !i Tho last word from th /fro'.lt came IIl'ashkh break o\'r her stern. I! States Attorney Palmer close the argument reading of the Tampa city charter !ilience west on first street to

who advocate the-submission of a spa ;i from the Associate Pre/oJ correspond-i! Wreckers' from Key West and other !j|: by an able effort for the pros. and from which a new Miami charter Avtiiue li, thence south UQ Avenue 1)
'
ascertain keys are standing by but can render j will be drafted. to Twelfth x-'
eculion.j .
cine proposal to Japan to i| ent who said: "It 1.. believed the ;Japi I street

'whether honorable peace is possible, ;I i anese are making a wire turning movement j little or no assistance as it will take j Court then took a recess for noon. I Following these :mporta.t matters In 1-uiinidi.TaiIiin of the granting of "

'believe carried the \ a powerful tug or some other steam !; 2 o'clock the others of a ledger dls- the aforesaid permit franchise
that they have j north, and t they are already I j { At jury was called,and nature were or ,

day. and the Associated Press hears j I to file in upon ng when xre get out of j' craft to pull her otf. The crew are j charged by the court, the charge being |I posed of, the Dieel.tig lasting until afj we promise and agree, to begin work
coceanntsI
t upon the highest authority that actual !' the mountains/ urroundlng Tie Pass." dumping ovt'rboard.the. !: an able and explicit one. A number of j Iler midnight and J>eiu gattcnded by : within twelve months from the date

steps .In that direction are imminent but as they are a light cargo, it la tot| ,requests by counsel for the defense In President Hahn, and members J. E. of the granting of the franchise anil

taken.Powers 1 believed that the vessel will tx light- :'. ,the Lummus, J. I. F. 'i' continue to build the line
U not already U /Three Days Blank. charge was refused by the court Wilson) \Vharton., as rapidly

,' TokioXl arch 18.-Little is known !j ened sufficiently to be of any value J! ]but the greater number were given. J. B Reilly. A. B. Seltzer and J. S. j II'| as in the opinion of the city council

to Intervene. of the vents of the past three days in floating her Captain Ross considers I I The jury retired at 2:30 o'clock to 1 Frederick a full board. I the necessities of the city may be-

; London, March 23--The cabinet met Manchuria estimates that 20,000 addi- I that her position Is very danger make up their verdict II Immediately following the prellmin quire; that wr will build and equip

'I. this afternoon at the foreign office tionu Russians were captured around oils.i I Guilty of Manslaughter. aries of opening the petition for the line in a substantial manner, and t

,i Captain Ross further states that he At 3:25 o'clock-last street car franchises keep the road bed In-first class condi
,r3 According to a news agency the Ministers Tie Pass. Formerly the Japanese fa- Saturday the were taken np, :

k. assembled to consider a proposal cored limiting the advance to' the : was in the same vicinity Sunday.after jury returned a verdict of manslaugh that of Mr. Watson and associates tlon; iu all matters of constructionand

tor Intervention of the powers 1 Manchurian boundary but since the noon and passed the Helen. She was ter. The defendant's attorneys at once being read as follows: operation we promise! tn rt"('
?
; 'the Russo-Japanese War. No con: Mukden victory the bulk of opinion i under full sail and going well under a filed notice of application for a new : We, the undersigned taxpayers of I home labor the preference; 1C haul all

atton of the report obtainable and Judgment favors pressing the advance -, leading breeze. She was close Into trial. the City of Miami respectfully apply I children going" or. turaln from

and carrying It to the utmost the reef and as the night was bright to your honorable body for a franchiseor school at a two cent fare: to carry the

*100, 00,00a Loan Sign, possible end. I and clear he cannot understand how Last Friday the days and nights In permit to construct maintain and city marshal, policemen and firemen ,
I she could have gone ashore. He estimates Florida the
were same length-twelve operate an Electric Street RailwayIn
St. Petersburg Ya.rchTh.. International
loan: of ,1" 00.000.was Peace. Not War. her gross tonnage at about 200.11 hours each. the City of Miami over and upon I Continued on eighth page.) a ,
whence
-8L Thomas, from the Helen .
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4 signed today. The price Is .86 cents. New York, March 18.-A Times dispatch r
was bound is a small Island In the '
The bonds are redeemable In fiftyyears. from Toklo says that the Japanese 'n4
Caribbean Sea, and lays about 100 p.
consider Manchuria not virtually
miles off the coast If Nicaragua. It Is
occupied but dismiss the thoughtsof
In view of the Russians noted for Its cocoanuts and ottier tropical
Russlan /Again Routed. speedy peace fruits. r
reluctance to admit defeat. I THREE! BIG STORESand
Toklo, Man 23. At noon an offlial Government Transport Ashore.

dlepatcjl was.received from Manchuria Late yesterday afternoon a report
Sana
which says: Our detachment Captured.Aden I was sent over from the House of Refuge
March 18.-It Is reported that
pursuing the enemy entered Changtoay that a large Government transport -

afternoon. A large body of Sane the capitol of the Province of I had gone ashore the night before a Mammoth Stock in each
Yemen, with a garrison of E.OOO troops, .
; the/nemy In disorder is retreating to the san.i-bar about four miles to

+'s ds the northeast alongside the rail- I I! has fallen Into the hands of the Ara-!Ion I the northward of that place, and was one for you to select From.

bransI 1
dt' !'! In need of assistance. I
I i I. a
I.t j i Immediately two or three crafts, .

-f No News of Encounter. .. Fighting Heavy Action. ,I IToukow f I among them rh? sclwoncr )It. Vernon |

; St. Petersburg March 23.-General March 18.-It is reported'j j went to the n-scue and this morning a i

that the Russian rear guard is fighting I( cumber; of launches and pleasure'J 'I
.Linevitch., telegraphing Wednesday! SEWELL'S CLOTHING STOREFOR
says that be has no news of the reported a heavy action SO miles north of Tie:J: crafts, consisting of the Linnet Whiz. J Ji

encounter with the Japanese i! Pass. i i i Sapphire. Datgett and others ventjup. I
I ,
.
fiteeday.f : Linevitch Makes Report. !j ji :
j l The information sent did not con- '

i I St. Petersburg, March 20.-A dls-I j-, vey the name of tin steamer or any of i iI' .
Palace
Grand Duke's Guarded.
r >patch from General LJnevitch dated ;;! the details of the grounding except i a

t Jew York March 23.-A Times dispatch 1 at 9 o'clock last night says: I'I'I .' that she was a very; large transport "

'from St. Petersburg says that j "The commander of the Second Army -{I loaded with supplies and naval stores I Ii

{ the police are guarding the palace of I reports that he has had no further i j i for Fort Barancas and the navy yard ANYTHING \'Ol MAl1'ISif I IN
Grand Duke Alexis and have arrested
t fighting. No reports have been recelved -1|I at Pen sa col a. Up to 2 o'clock this

suspicious: character carrying abomb. from the commanders of the I afternoon I none, of the boats had re- J Men's
Clothing Furnishing
.
The Grand. Duke It is said or
First and Third Armies."I turned, and consequently no additional j ,
'went abroad incognito fortnight ago have Inspected the fresh I w
troops I news is obtainable. !

? { from Russia All are in excellent Boatmen state that the transport is i Goods. The 1905 summer
SU Petersburg, March 17.-With the ** I I new
health and spirits.
i I aground in a. bad jocality, and though j
,.. Japanese; hanging on the flanks of the I they don't Know her condition the'I'

:: ..remainder of his broken and defeated i I JaPI'T.ke I I
J Kaiyuan. wind : We .
and sea is increasing from the clothing now on sale. have
%; army, Kuropatkin has been dismissed' ; !' "I I
Waahlntgon, March 20.-The Japanese southeast and unless relieved very;
"' 'and disgraced and General Linevitch.commander I'f
I legation today received the following soon she may get In an exe.edioglyI
.,: of the First Army, has bad I II latest and
from Toklo: j I j I way. all the patterns stylesSewell's
f 'been appointed to succeed him as I II ,
"At
4
o'clock
the
Sunday morning
__.,**,commander of: all.of the Russian land I i I
Japanese occupied; Kaiyuan twenty Southern Travel Declining. :
4and sea forces now operating against
'j
I miles north of Tie Pass. The enemyafterwards .

I the Japanese. I made a counter attack but The steamship Martinique t which i .
!tr "- The word disgrace" written In
; were repulsed. They burned the has done a phenomenal business this
** large letters In the Imperial order. I .
bridges and destroyed part of the railroad season, and. In fact been inadequate Sewell's
Russian military annals contain no Shoe Store
j to the
I track. j i demand for accommo'latlons, I .
t. .snore bitter Imperial rebuke, and the j! both going and coming from Cuba is I II
.' order came as a surprise last night. t II k
i St. Petersburg March :!1-GentrD.l'I)' now feeling the effects of the closing : TailoringEstablishing i i '
It became apparent yesterday that lof For shoes to fit and suit
d everybody
,
Linevitch's headquarters' have been : the "'ason. and though all of her I
.-,.uropatkln.. while concentrating his I 1'l
+ recent trips have been j
1 established at the crossing of the well patronlze -
'-'forces for a stand at Tie Pass, allowed I] Safari river, from which ho is directing I himself to be surprised by the
Japanese
working around to westward the retreat of three armies I ing the rush of travel. \' dur'I'I I Uit-cMa! i-litncnt \\ecarryalarfrc th'n butt. : have a
and this is shown by the fact that the
protecting the Sungarl river and dried a'-urtnuntot letter lit
and behind bln. and under the circumstances np{ to make

bridge, vital to the salvation of the out this morning with but 70 pesseni i the l.iti--' inportjdxMxiletiVe : -
3; It became ImperaUve to 'f I \ h. u.vliiliition it than any other firm
: Russian armies gers This, compared to the dumber I now 't.- "n
'""" turn over the command to General the I" 5 .. ,,, '
< I As the is not fordable. below of 200 or more Iwo or three weeks new prim;; jfiwjtlVc nth "f Jacksonville 4 '
river
Ii4 Jjnevitch -to extricate the defeated \ have a rw of :N\-" York ,
;. Karin ant once the river has been ago, shows to what extent the south- win male nit'c haH a uianiju'tli
j.: from its perilous position. tailors can a '
i- army Kuropatkin will return at once to '. ( .<......el and the bridge blown up Jap- I ward travel has fallen off: in this short I I in -short or -t. "',. ili> work -took "t the finetxxls '

anese pursuit will be effectuallychecked i Un"i: .>n the spot no Chicago: hu..t. '
.oIL St.. Petersburg. Napoleon's plight In i :{ manufactured
... ourYou
: ne m ;net a trv
his retreat from Moscow was hardly which INSUKKS .\ FIT in the United i
The retreating Russians are destroying Mr. Chas. B. Mallory; president of i i ou Statc'John
.! than is that
< more dangerous of the
bridges and roads and denuding the Mallory Steamship Line,
?
Russian army at present, and even accompa-I
1'' nled by his friend. Mr. Hatch
the country thus making it ,
Impossiblei
'the face of a possible complete logs of I
01.? i for the Japanese to live In that Immediate York and Royal Palm Dockmaster I Sewell Brother
and the loss
i. -the army; probable of
.r Vladivostok, the Emperor shows j vicinity without their own com- Kellum got away last night on the I
0' missary.. steam houseboat Buckeye for a week's'j -

k: 'cign'of. Another yielding army to of peace.450,000 men Is 0' Apparently It is a question of which .I cruise and fishing oa the lower coast j, ) TWELFTH STREET : : : : MIAMI, FLORIDA

army will outmarch the other. The During the absence of Mr. Kellum.
, dispatched to the Far East, and I
: 1 j- Capt. B. Ball, of the yacht Edits is

-it' baa"- been decided to send the regn- jI (Continued on eighth page) acting dockmaster.:
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LET IT DROP. GENERAL KUROPATKIN. TARPON RECORD BROKEN. Blackman Makes Statement. I HEALTH OF JAPS.,
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MIAMI METROPOLIS Kuropatkin has been displaced by -
.invill-\ Metropolis makes Although rather early the tarpon For some lime past or during the Eastern
Tli- -T.--l.s | Central lJuitru. After his faithful Is Wonderful Feature of the :
d In the Metro Russian Is now on and from present present wick: a rumor has been lu
r klish Every Friday :a tlmfly "ug.. sO.>n when it says thai spr\l at the h'aof the rf-aMia (; War. -4'
oils Building. u can coucfive of no good mothe.. for forc';? Manchuria: h.- finds himself mdicutiims! this will be the banner 'I circulation, and li!.. all\ rumor, gained

& : a. l.bIII, rrtt s. B Ito:Deae. St<..trt harping! that suit In Oalnesvllle on i In III favor with the powers at St. Petersburg tear in the catching of thtstgreat viilnnif until It I.JC become a fact. B> far the most astounding chapter
The Miami Printing Company. i the ii, rketgttinst ilolloway. as he is and Is dismissed without a I I ame fish no the Florida East. It is t "ih.it' all of the exhibits at the Dade of the present war 'in the East Is thatwhich ,
reliably reported that ishi of theseinonstct County. .':l r'r(' not protects of
now Sup rmtt-ndent of Public Instruction word of praise anl in a manner (hat tell of the marvelous manner
1 lured In the Posuiffice at Ulamt of Florida at. it cane from poll- I st-ems to be intended to disgrace him. hate alr>'ud> been captured, 1(ade' cuunl' but were raited elsewhere in which the Japanese have fought', '

Fla, as second-class matter itjrs,, and the Metropolis! though opIIOMH -I Kuiopatkin, may have committed mistakes i hough it is pnsliholy! \known that add brought; hare" and like the and conquered that unseen: f .e-dis-
i I lIulla"ke'lon al-idcs' .three hate been rl L SVe mom Southern newspaper put. i to ; other Generals! mi;,:rht !have ; .'a... .
lira ,uU umi now lieiifVs it is Netter but h. alone! breaks tin. early season record. that ih.-re i it not a hit of truth in this
bshed on the mainland Of the i nited'\ by 1 done seems lu hove '. Until now disease baa always been
Ftstes | iw-st for I the Stsi-, the' party and the *iho\\ n moro rnpnrlty than any other'Rno'an '' Last \\ cell, .It nill'h'e..., nnifiiboredhat she 1 U'cause all of the fruit and vege- nituh more instructive that hot add
I ti srh-xil .iitiTOst n> I'ro, it The Metro : officer. Tl.<. tax' upon his <-ncrgus Cnpi.ua cluts Thompson caught '"blt.".'-0 xh.bitrd were raised and s.bc-11. !'
ova .:;.$: (hJ I nnr w< iRhlng! nearly l&O pounds, the grown in O ide county. .
)ear olii: if UD.riMionably I'i.;bi' In the sns- and l nsour"cs has been great During the brief conflict with Spain ,
Ri 1-0' -siion f No grx: i.l 1 can comp of the and only a TIm:..; man coup stand .'..ii.R from winch wern brou';'iH back This u the positive! assurance ofMr ,.,,"., Americans died of bullets and, .

Those paying In advance will re 1 .11,mU.1:1r( of this flsht; against: the I .h.it h.' has withstood. He, himself as cthkuce\ of the catch. E. V. rlackiiaa. general manager wuunda, while mortality from disease

V 'j'vt: & montha'su' !t" for Jl.iofciid ., nan ihi majority of the people oft I !bas ared' that hf t-Qould be succeed- : Last Friday K-'M'omiiiod, C. I* ,.f tlic F.llr.thu, was questioned ibis reached the appalling number of 3.Sci "
bit mbscription for 71rt ; '-f'. Robinson illNVw York Yacht nesting latlve! to tho statement '
I4 of that
"Ictrid.i! i'\\ -cu-d to the office beholds fd by another. 11<' appears to have re or ahotit fourteen to one ,
mts. This Is a liberal discount to in Inn ou thother hand harm famed the confidei.ce of big men, but Club. Mr. V. lla..
t race strictly advance payment! -- ran 1-ome of It. It would militate.. repeated 1 tldl''ft 1143 placed him la L3,1'f' 'ind sacral other guests pot away on .L h.b,-en on exhibit at the Fair. "Tho killed\ in action or died of wounds ;

COMPARATVEDvma. DISTANCES. not only against the man but the ; odor with his Go ernment. GeneralLintvkih the yacht Circ-nataa; fur a crfll.se and rumor I is entirely' ni'lmut' tun.latlon.." wbile 13,!5"\ Ml victims to disease,.'


,. ji'-m-j. p -'/From oflice, which is an honored and highcine I may prose more successful, outing' with these fish going to Jew. ":lid I Mr 1 l'ackm.ih. hand probably was Of the Turkish army operating la .

.. 'Tampa'ameml'fort 'rum w"KryT6 "., I It would tend to depreciate Mr. ;I| but it Is to bfdoubled.. At any rate; : fish ('1'.1.. Yesterday they sent to marled h i \ wnne one of that crowd Thessaly seven years ago 1,400 men

s{ 1ll. i 91uer I H Iluiw..g I I Hollow "s' personal relations and res I Kuropatkin has born TI'Ured.: and It is : the city two Cur hpecimcus of these I who to all In their power to injure i i wtro loot in battle, while 19.000 died
:! institutions and with the sad for faithful fish caught by them Saturday, one by the Interests of Miami and Dade county the front of disease.
;. ..... ... .. -T..J. peel In the I a ending a SOlJier.1) I IBI, Twenty-two ilhou..an.1
t1r e1 91 ;i Mr: Haven weighing 112 pounds and All of the produce on exhiblt..sithlore '
r 1 Instructors trader him. It might effect : !:\'n those who hive no )' others: were Invalided home,
jg aeDz.| ......:::.:::::: a(7 t I 117 I I I
".eUAI[_ VriVi.rU .... r1v ru\f tvi1hprBrtlen. his ability! to gj-t the best results from ;; the Russian cause j-tspect and admire i measuring C feet 1-1{ Inches In length imsiiblo exception, was from I and of these S.rtOt) subsequently died.
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......, Ott r.1 611
CUr.u.Cc ( : i efforts in the education of our children i iI Kuropatkin. I M: inches in girth and the other by I Dade county, the exception referred to This was> a ratio of twenty-seven men. /
"lftd..s I're'..' .I1SOT7 et! e5Rv I I .Mr. Robinson went C feet 1 inch In I (sing some rinoapples alleged to have
could .
:1 1 asgr4poateieape ( I and In many other ways results -o- : killed by disease to one by bullets. s ffi
>Ma Antonio0 ). tw M: length by :32: 12: Inches In girth apd 'I come from Orange county. The judges E\'en'm "
from-a -
.-* Jius.... .. its, eat: w'; r Irrepairablw come prosecution OUTDbOR EXERCISE. I re frightful!: was the expert ,
T rs.wa BaSawt that means only the gratlflca. weighed 1K( > pounds. land I managers: of the Fair were not ence 8f the "rcnch expedition to Mad -!;,
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lataadia. j' Too people arc Indifferent to : of this
many aware fact until after the
lion of alleged or Imagluary Injured Both nth were displayed at the :I a a"Br In 1S9I. Only twenty-nine
I I the Importance of cutdoor exercise asa I Royal Palm d'k. thus leaving i I award of the prize They urn now t 1.000' i
jr" FRIDAY MARCH 24. 1905. character. Then-fore the Metropolis I no I were killed In action.while over
: joins with Its Jackbonvllle contemporary promoter of health.; This Is a favorable i gruund for the assertion that they 1 investigating the crse and if the fruit i perished from disease. x
season for such exercise. Let us were not caught. The also wan not grown In Dade county the
p the and says .let. it drop I party re Compare these frightful t'lIper1eDceII'with i
span; of Miamtans during com o :. quote and Indorse this from the Chiea'i ported that they had hooked but failed'': prize awarded! 1 them will I Us withdrawn. the record of the Japs.
ii f spring and summer months. ; go Tribune: "The bright I .
SERMON. to land several others. These I' I
A WHOLESOME : facts During the last nlge months, '3t
1/pt health and sanitation: be the I shine and the crisp bracing air of'': I 'There- alsj '
being true there is but little doubt was one piece of fancy throughout a difficult campaign. In a. t
o spring Invite everybody to flee the >i that the I I I work sent here from the West Coast t I
changed will
knows when he Is well President Roosevelt has not present season eclipse.all i country: noted for lack of sanitation, :
Unevitch
t if Alexleff I his wholesome views on the sand- musty office -or dark flat and take a' others in the catching of these flsh. !; but It -vas discovered at once and the I Ii I only forty deaths from diseases bar. },
that job.
refuse
1 will new
t- walk. Gymnasium exercise Is good. F I article returned to the without .
i owner
the duties of wifehood ----
ty of the home and: occurred In the immense army in Manchuria
kid Kuropatkin can bear! testimony to and motherhood. In 190 he Exercise in one's room is good. They OFFENDERS SENTENCED. : ever being exhibited.: Other than theone commanded.by Gen. Oku.
its worth. strengthen the muscles and organs j I I article of pineapples fruit
every
wrote: "If the men of the nation are Those dreaded scourges of an armyin
Miami has organized- an Elks Lodge : not anxious to work in many different and invigorate the health. But out| In Circuit Court by Judge Jones Lats testable or article shown at the Fair the field-typhoid fever and dysentery I .

--toother evidence that it U a full- ways with all their might and strength door exercise is better. Sunlight tones Saturday. was a Dade county product all reports j I -have been almost entirely ban -< '

edged: dty. as no lodge can be formed and ready and able to fight at need up the system and it is death to ml- i to the contrary notwlthstandIng. shed only 635 cases of both.combined +V
te-; :; .
and anxious to be fathers of families, crobes. There is no air so refreshing The spring the circuit court having appeared.
hi a'place smaller than 5,000 popula. '
; Newt. and if the women do not recognize 'and exhilarating as outdoor air. And for Dade county adjourned Saturday'' This positive statement of Mr. !; It is wonderful- lesson in saaltar t'I
Fort Pierce
tion.-
L; that the greatest thing for any woman then one has a Joyful sense of freedom afternoon for the term. I Blackmail who arranged and managed I'I'I I lion Japan has taught to th$ world. '

tybr JacluoDrllle'SUn in securing: A Is to be a good wife and mother why on escaping from buildings ringing The following persona who were I the Fair should be )sufficient to set -

K1[ Taylor the noted cartoonist has that nation has cause to be alarmed and rumbling with telephones elevators convicted during the term were sentenced aside all such unwarranted statements I, TRUCK AND TOMATOES. r,
r ; and other clamorous adjunctsof during the afternoon Saturday relative to the Fair exhibits. \ -
about its future. i
added to its staff the peer of all Dew.I.per I
artists In the State and like ] A few days ago in addressing the civilization. Man, Is by Nature an : What Fruit and Produce News" Say

the 8ne.whebTaylor is doing to 'em I National Congress of Mothers In Washington outdoor animal; and the pleasure begets Bert Freeman guilty of aggravated I PROFIT. OFF-SETS CROP LOSS. I of Dade County Crops.

he said: "In the last analysis from breaking occasionally the assault, was sentenced to pay a One -
'Ita plenty
.. the welfare of the State depends absolutEly trammels with which, in a civilized of 1100 and costs of court or in d.,- Says Mr. J. S. Peters. Dade County's :, J. R Merritt. of Lemon City wilt )';

A South Carolina Jury and court 'I upon whether or not the average state he has fettered himself is a I fault to be confined in the county jail : Largest Grower. commence ...h''lllnbls tonuatoes this '"'t,..

:' s. lave: sentenced .a white man to the family the average man and 11'0'man healthy form of atavism. If there is for -one year at hard labor week tdlessre. .

"|-&Ilows ior.Ulurder ng a negra. This I' and their children represent the not time to take long walks walk a | Edward Trieen. who pleaded guilty I "Fniinpresent Indications I hare I Ii I Zi'.l & Green have six acres' :

In a State i here f U is rare that.r white i' kind of citizenship: fit for the foundation mile toward the place of business i! to breaking and ...nt..nng..al: given I i every reason to believe that instead I}: r tomatoes fu.m which they expect. '; I

iran is condemned to death for mnr- of a great nation; and if we fall every morning before catching the car flue years In the Stale penitentiary. : of proving a Ions financially to the good results! : .Jir

Bering a while man. : to appreciate this we rail to appreciate and thus be enable to do.bettor work i! Walter .Cox, convicted of breakingand ,. tomato growers of Dade county that Williams A Dougherty of Little River I

--p j the root morality upon which all all day. Drop off the car a mile from en-1'; entering, got five years In the I i the freeze: the first of the year wilt :, have commenced shipping' tomatoesend '

1lissia Is said to be determined to : healthy civilization is based." home every evening and thereby penitentiary.Nathaniel. 'I result In profit to all those who fol tt ans. '

b* up the flgb Dg. The loss of 100- j The husband be said should be the : joy rlnner! more and sleep founder.Ixga ': DoN plead guilty to i i Ii lowed up the care of tho blighted Freeman U- -t, of LJltl It.vpr, have .

( )o tueo .has nrnu v4 her pride. There- home-maker the lIread. lnner for his i were made for locomotive purposes rand larceny and recehed a sentence i crops and to those wht set out new I quite a large crvt an-1 ctartcd shipping.;, h
$- lore she Is ready to sacrifice another j,' wife and children: while the wife I not for ornaments. Walking: ] IIr one year in the penitentiary. .' ones Immediately following the then this week. '4 .

lOO.fJiiJ'/poor Inn Tvanavitch must !'should be the helpmeet and mother was the first exercise of :man and it Is < Charlie Jones also plead guilty to' apparent
ccnttiiu to lx ll4nghtered.'i i i the guardian angel; of the home. "The I, still the b t"f grand larceny, and wait glttn sLtI I words of Mr J. S. Peters of the firm pines and vegetables this year regard'ess -
--o- duties of the two are normally differ Take a walk. In the morning: In' months In the county jail. of Peters Bros, the largest and most of the fr *r. .'.

COMPLIMENTS FROM BREVARD :. enL This does not mean inequality the evening. Fill your lungs with ) Will, sloan. convicted of breaking I successful growers of tomatoes and II. G. Beaslcy, of Miami is now vtrj

The Fort Pierce Jews expatiates : of function, but it does mean that nor I fresh air Such exercise gives one a'j and entering was granted a new trial I other vegetables In the <:'Ountyln con busy shipping tomatoes, bean and, :a"

over the Dade County Fair a. follows mally there must be dissimilarity of I better appetite better digestion, ; by the court. versaiion! with a Metropolis reporter other vegetables '1 ),

4e ; I functions The woman who Is a good sweeter sleep, add\ to the energy and i R. H. Allen plead guilty to a gra. I, Friday morning E. H. Bowles, of !x>.oon CIV. reportshis

;. One of. die:! most successful fairs j wife and good mother Is entitled to.. capacity for work. I I I sated assault and was sentenced: to I In support of the statement Mr Peters bean crop as looking Yt'rylnt'. He
ever held In. the State was the Dade j our respect as is no one else; but she pay a fine of $.">n and costs of court or I recited: the fact that he has in U making dally shipments.Jaudon 1
County Fair, held in Miami last week. Is tntliled to it only because, and so : FAITH IN DADE COUNTY. upon failure to do so to be confined lathe the ground end from which he is now B.-os, of Miami are rnakluj i 'I

y The big bulMing; on the, bay front long as, th1 Is worthy of It." : county jail for six months! I shipping! between Cfteen and twenty daily shipments of tomatoes beans, \ .

which ass Twently enlarged, was fiu.1 I Concerning the divorce evil the From the statement of Mr. Peters Bruce Andrews, charged with the acres of tomatoes at Little River and eggplants anI strawberries .1

ed !o ovHfto"lcg" the products President declared that it "is tow as i one of the most extensive tomato murder of J. P. Lovett and found guilty I for which he Is receiving $:..0 per C. CovVy, of Buena Vista commenced it

of the county and thr curious displays it ever has teen, n bane to every .oa-I growers in Dade county which appeared of manslaughter was sentenced to'I crate delivered at the depot. Thin shipping beans and tomatoes 1.1

i of grapefruit! orange, limes lemons, I tine, a curse to society, a menace to in the Metropolis yesterday, is pay a fine of I2M and costs of ('Ourt.1 crop was In the ground and consistedof last week He has an'excellent crop. :iI

,t fcomquat: .. pio.ipple guavas: toioa- the home an incitement to married I Iunhappunras shown; that the slight freeze throughout or In default to serve three years lathe : young plants at the time of the It T. Tenbrook baa 7 acres of cabbage I

foci. Irltdi and' E.oet poiatoeg., bean. I: and Immorality an evil this county: during! the extremely penitentiary.All I freeze. They weri considerably nipped : from which he will begin to, If
V **. unlonK. cabbage culerr peppers {t thing for men and t> ullll more hideous j' cold weather in the early part of January I of the prisoners convicted ex'i and set back but believing that 1 I I make shipments April 1. His crop }U

and dozens of other fruits and vcge- : evil for ;women." will have proven: in the end. cept Andrews were taken to the Stateconvict they could be brought out :Mr. Peters looking very fine.

i 1a,1f.e were simply surprising and bet 1! Ther-Is :nothing new or original. In .I a benefit Instead cf an injury to that ramp Monday niornlne.V. :. net about fertlllxlne: : and working th. I G. B. Stevens, of Lemon City, bas
wndf'rlfl these utterances But in urging such : vegetable In this section and that C. Hewlett who was charged plans with the result that todayhe five acres of beans that are 100" ""

Such anhibUlun of the pros views ihPresl- :growers will realize as much or more, I with assault with Intent to rape was ; has one of the healthiest! and finest i I exceptionally well lie commenced'.. ..

a c ) inty- will d<* more toward con
'W AC'lng: visitors and tourists of the. mended. Influence attaches to such :) the cold not caused a temporary set I was tried before Judge Ileysor today the county.: I, E. I. Ingcson of Lemon City is shipping .. d; "

t 86IblUtiri of a rction than all the sentiments from such a source and back. and fined five dollars. The yield Mr. Peters says Is smallcr about 60 crates of grapefruit a "
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talkiQf; done in a year. It is an lire- '! they are given!: to widest publicity. II This does not mean that the crop I than it would cave been had thet week from his grove at that place. Ti1: j

otable demonstration of what can be 1 each views need to be preached as will be as large as It would have been ORDERED NEW VACHT. freeze not effected the early growth, cold wave did not hurt his fruit or:',
I I something of vital Interest to this I i but the loss In yield to the
comparing
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t>people from the North who bad said I : occctdoned by the scarcity of the j' I advanced prices, which are from 75 .. W. B. Lee, of Little River has commenced f.'
Senator Camden
Instructs Commodore
''r .- tint they did ant believe any moneyodM country.EMERSON'S mato on the markets have so IC.I') II' to 100 per cent. greater than they :': shipping strawberries. 31, rjI : '
Munro Build Hi*
to ; \ Handsome Craft. be'
T"t <- be made raising fruit or vegetaWrf ,:' SINGING. ed that profits accruing will more than I! were last season. It can readily .,(e's strawberries are of excellent !I

in Dade county went to this Faire <,I _Editor Emerson of the Fort PI..rc..1 offset any and all loss and that tbO"i i I I wen that his total receipts and profits: ,'': quality. lie also bas beans tomat.oea"p!
and immediately hV d 1 thernwh'-s toI :News: Is one of those broad-minded : who had pluck and faith Before leaving here boil Saturdayfor : : sill be greater than they would have and eauU o.t'r. ,

the oflTces of the foal estate dealers! and public! spirited men who desiresto I the climate and soil of Dade county I| his homo iu 'urk"r..III'r. \V Va .1 I, been had the crop had Its ful yield S. K. Brown & bon. of Lemon Cltr.it

) i hud made punbascxU 1 see not only his own town and im-I will be ringing dollars at the big cud Senator J. :N.: Caiudon oue of :Miami'smost I and the market been glutted. had ar excellent exhibit at the Miami A
IR ibis spirit of <4,*<>rprisr rod pro- mediate section grow and develop:but !!I of the horn while the fellow who t t'nlhui'l.dn:1' r" II.lr winters i This same condition "11'. Peters Fair. consisUng of oranges, graPt'tralt.c '
I'I ,
KrslvM that./ ilJtnUl'Allaml\ one i who wants the entire State and country !,; cried ruination and abused his lucX \'isltors. ..gav.t > '",-n u. love > unro :I sage applutt to all ether tomato crops kumquats and othci varieties of trult.. '

,1 .,' the b<>st cit5(-s 1,0 Klortda Its finely I to spread and enjoy< success Hen i will be weeping at the other. of Coconnut ',N" .; .II'' it > 'C'I -.nand In he coun'y that were worked<< out This was all from their grove at Rock.1Yi

y r.avu suvfeU, l ifs ceineut and rbcit I i Is one of his songs, the like of which In this day and time the possil 'e build! for s..n j i'ik i-nit up ti.- I,C i after the freeze, and some shippers land where they-have one of the Anrat -'i". '.
fll'alks. Its handsome and substantUI : he fnvjaontly sings: I, :11 always. prevalent, and the Ret e date cruisingis': i' ': art getting as much as f3: .00 per crateat : groves In the State.VENEZUELA 1 fY

brick and stone: biinlaess buildings.l Now It Is proposed!, by the railway i i shows conclusively that there Is apossibility "The new >acht. as 10Il'n.It'.I.I will be !i th- depots. The young crops or ..
<.. beautiful lion1 its well In' built of native woods and those planted sine the disaster, are '\'t
.. *. eqnl[>p.Hl company" to strata the country back oft of touch a catastrophe as strong, WARNED.
store would be a crwllt to any city t \ >*t Palm Beach and open np there a ibis remote and far southern porli nlof serviceable end commodious as money doing nic< ly and will be producing -

t i>t 15,000 population in any State In : farming section similar to wont has I America Then is: no use denyi"g j'i and labor can make It. rt will! be 72 i fruit a month or en .e..-ks h'-nce At Sy French Government to Let Freneh'tcable '

UreCnlou. Nine years, ago there were been developed: west of Fort Pierce.'I i that fact but it is hardly probable th it : feet on the water l line IS feet beam I ,'utllrJr.: Tom Peter: has In ISO Co's. Property Aolne. fA'

i but three buildings in Miami. Now It I And so the qood work goes on until i such an eient will occur again in I -T 1-2 feet draft and besides hating I' acres and many others have In large ; Wa,. ngton. March :!-The Frent j .iJ

i bas a nmmT fJOIlltativo.'r &.OI) I! the whole length of the East Const years may be never. Therefore wise l I 'ail lower will bo driven! by a Sit b. p. crops all of whUh are maturing 'able Company's complications have .

'. and a winter population of. nearly 10.Cxi. ).- I will become the garden spot Indeed, : is he who takes time by the forelcx'(, Craig gasoline tncine It.\11 cost Kpicmlldh; aid prmnsp a fruit larger ,' ached a crisis. Minister Bovenbss .

t .. It looks now as if it would be i and the Sm-st farming and fruit producing : follows the example of the Peters .ilxiut $:0.1\0'). anti h'-althh'r than ever before. Informed the State Department that ,to

the third clt11D the State before many belt in America. Ten years : Bros and plants In Dade county. The The new yacht will be designed In I Thus are the predictions of the the French :Minister at Caracas has. '

5, )'ura.r I from now the tourists will find/ something chances: are evH-vtblng in his favor the main after the general run of Metropolis that the freeze would provea by Instructions from his Government,, 't

r This fair idea would be a very good to delight the eye and speculate for ample remuneration ana t.itipfac- I ketch rigged yachts except that she benefit more than a dlaast{r. borne notified the Venezuelan Government
I i
:" ):, thing for Fort Pierce another year and over the entire distance from Jacksonville tlon. The croaker Is always prevalent '. A 111 have a raised 'abtn" and, cropped out bthe- statements rf one best that there must be no further proceed .->

f' and It would be advisable for those i to Miami in any community, but his: croaking windows, thereby gtting greater and o.ualille-1 10 speak: Intelligently! anti lags towards the cancellation of the

. who are Interested In_building np this I ---o- : never hurts or Injt.res any one or any ,'order cabin room. She Is to le comllrted : authoritatively' on the tomato yield company;.....franchise, or Interference
section to give it thorough consider- I The special edition of the Florida thing but himself. ( and ready: for d"lInr10 her '; and. profits accruing with its h>p..rty. :;

'advantages Daily Sun at Jacksonville; in celebration I, _o- ', ,wnpr by the first of December, the !. Minister Bowen further reports that -ifi
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; of the installation of Its new That Fong -In the Good Old Sum !lime that Senator Camden rxpects to I t'p to dafp the nrlnclpal digging by., two French warships have been ordered :

r those of Dade county and while Fort I. Hoe press 'and permanent rtmoval : mer Time," will soon be applicable to', -pturn here for'thc winter. Captain the Panama Canal Commission! has: post baste to Venezuela to carry yf

& .Tierce doe not aspire to become such Iof quarters was an able effort and 1 Itbe whole State cf Florida. It has I Charles: Thompson 111proh\ <\ltly l>e 'teen Into lh United S'atra treasury. .out the Instructions of th, French'. !i.

a city as Miami in so short a time it I shows conclusively that push and competency been sung in Miami .!all winter her master. ,,, -o-- :\Iinisu'r'
ii destined to become one of the best I are embodied in those who -' -O-- The herd: trust hunt ls extending! I t.

>ommerclal centers in the State. Some have Its making and guidance: to the Truly as the philosophical! Robert;: The St. Auguslino Record came out i Into Mississippi! Alabama and Texa. Hoch Is tired of being in Jail.! The 1

demonstration of public spirit) will co I top rung of Florida Journalism. The gn)8. "This old world goes round and :I i ,at Friday In green Ink and a huge After a..h.l.- ihe popular State game ins'itutioa has co roper facilities.eribllng .

- a long way toward bringing it more Sun is a modern and up-to-date afters round and some goes. up and some t i -homrock Jf'corating Its front page will\ be "Hull Bull; hu's got thepacker prisoners to marry wldwith '
ronbty: Into public notice. s; noon newspaper In every respect. ; rues down." i i: Hurrah for St. Patrick! I ?" money ,1
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DROWNED IN CANAL I IJ AT ANGEL FISH KEY. i PROMINENT RAILROADERS. r The North has been visiting the
I South tbe past several months. I( will

;, Was TuMleing With' J. B. Fitxsimmons Mr and Mrs. ,J. T. Dargan Report: Messrs. Flagler, Parrott, Irwin Hock- now soon be In order for the South to I WHAlERl

: When Both Fell Into Water. ; Splendid Luck and Pleasant aday and Other. Here. return the favor and seek the Northern I

IIf ____ Experience. resorts! for the heated term.

; ,Chief Engineer Luther Greer, of the j I Messrs. H. M. Flagler J. R. Parrott. --o--- 7

Government "rock breaker No. 1. On the imitation of the ,;\nelflshKe first vice-president of the F. E. C. Ry. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, (ss)
fell from the dredge Into the canal > Fibbing Club composed of Messrs.I President Irwin, of the A. C. L. Ry. J. Lucas County. Everyone who buys a

Sunday: afternoon at 1 o'clock and Xiao', Tatum, trvoln and Paiteison, Hockaday, general superintendent Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he

was drowned.A >:!r. Itnd Mm. J. T. Dargan, of Atlanta of the Southern Express Co., with Is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Diamond of us feels -Y,

1\; messenger was immediately aent Ga. went don to and hlt\"P just re- headquarters at Savannah and several Cheney &. Co., doing business in the

to the city to notify the authorities turn.tl from AnsflfUh Key where they other railroad men, arrived here City of Toledo County and aforesaid,

:. tad Justice of the Peace W. ,S. HID spent ten days fi'h1:? and bal Ling. Saturday :In a private car from and that said firm will pay the sum that he or she has secured a good

'Ji'' secured a jury of Inquest to Investigate Mr. Oargun: U au 'ii l and experienced West Palm Beach, and Immediately of one hundred dollars for each and bargain. Ire intend that ecery If

the matter composed of the following 61hermS\'o in i radically all parts went down the extension to Cutler.At every case of catarrh that cannot be one shall feel that wqy. Every

it t gentlemen. J. H. Cheatham.'I' of th' Cnite-I States, and pronounce: ; 11:00::: the party returned from cured by the use of Hairs CatarrL gem we sell must be right in quality i f

[ O. D. Tucker, O. A. Anderson. R. O. the sport be had on this trip as In the south, and taking carriages were Cure. Frank J. Cheney. color, cut and price 'lie hare ;
'.Watson, Dr. Gfflespie Enloe and B. B. respects the most novel and driven about the city to points of'interest Sworn to before me and subscribedin I
& many nice
Hlnton. Judge. Hill and the jury went i it interesting he has ever experienced: and over 1". t:. C. Ry., and Hotel my presence, this 6th day of December some ones to show Hoes : : : : :
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!:", *rcr to the canal, reaching there and this means much, as not only: Las property tater they dined at the A. D. 1S)C. tit
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tout" of Royal Palm and! in the a.ltt'rnoon (Seal) A W Gleason,
4 o'clock. The Investigation he fished, much on the West Coast of
the following facts: went h, th' oib -r side of the bay to Notary Public. i
to the jury elicited Florida, but has been quite juccess-
1 1i A number of persons were on the ful with tarpon at Aransai IVsa, and inspect !and examine the dredging operations Hall's Catarrh Cure is tako-i internally I The Jeweler I'
and acts directly on the bloos! j t
unrier there both I
and by:
dredge and about 1 o:cIock Greer game flbh in the A 11rondackJInd the progress
'* man by the name of J. B. Fltznlm- waters of the Northwest the F. E. C. Ry. Co., and the t'nltedlat,1 : and mucous surfaces of the 8y tem.1 i j
Send for testimonials free. j
became engaged In an alterca Mr. Dai-pan successfully hooked \ Goveniuicut contractors. They I
frmons F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo O.
'north |
'Iurll< \ Saturday night.By
of
board
tit tion. and while tustlelng on sixteen amberjacks which so broka up ;
Sold by all druggists 751..
'the dredge, both fell overboard. Fltzslmmona and knocked out his tackle (hat he I I I a
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti ;
f.! succeeded in getting out of only safely landed four, and that all the Tonic Route. I' F. W. HAHN.

I'i; :, the water, but Greer, although reputed in the morning of be last day he was The pills that m as a tonic and : pation. M

ff'" to be a fine swimmer, eank.n at the key. They averared; over f.O i .iut as a drastic purge, are l WIU's : NOTICE. I Architect and Builder
Little Early Risers.: They euro head .
malt to .
Efforts were Immediately pounds each. B< ..M'-:, ih .
it:;' '. sate him and the body was gotten on I I airs Dargan ca K.it; a large nirabor ji'h<\ constipation, biliousness, etc. .' N.ni<.e is hereby given ihat the City i j I I'now have in mj employ one of the best
% Risers small to take
butI Early are easy '
r the dredge In about two minutes of practically all the different varieties I' Council oil the City of Miami: will apply ;! draftsman in the South, and am better
an efforts to rescucitate him were.una of fish for which the Wilier about and easy to act-a safe pill. Mack i to the legislature of the State of FlorIda S prepared than ever for, furnishing plaas 11*C 31

'oi VaOlng.. Angelfish Key are so i'>te N. D., says: "Two bottles cureJ me of II work, etc. I am now headquarters ,
,i- The Jury did not render verdict, Barnley Carry, a 'ttell known 1905;;, for the passage of a special Act
chronic constipation. Sold by BIscajne for turned work scroll sawing and allwork s.
m,; 'but adjourned; for ten da vs. conch who Vrt>>\'a all il'at ;s worth Drug& Co.Violated. ; granting a Charter to the City of Mi- usually done ita FIRST CLASS.;
The body was brought; across the knowing about ll-i'i la 'hu, pint c-f ami. Said Act to contain pro\islons planing mill. ,

bay to the city.at 7 o'clock In the evening the world, act-.'-.! at guide ou the trip, Sanitary Law. creating; and establishing the Municipality : Send me your order for doors and window .i'f '
k y and turned over to undertaker alA Mr. Dar l\ attrllHiu-s his f>cl- of the City of Miami; providingfor :
Capt J. H. Albury, master of the ;: frames ballusters bracket. etc -
'r H. M. King to be prepared for burial I t lent luck an'! il.-'fant: trip t,-iuiyto !) the election of officers, and pre-i ,
Greer was chief engineer' on the i I.I to the expert Um'wlf.1- :and skill of Bahamian schooner Hattie DfHing. i. scribing their powers and duties; prescribing ,, and beiconvinced! u MIAMI FL'A
rock breaker and had been In charge I his guide. i was arrested last Tuesday on a charge f I: and limiting the powers of .

i on the dredge during Its work In thee of havingiolated the sanitary laws _. .
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the City Council; granting right to impose --- -- -- ---- -
of the State. He was arraignel before 1
y canaL Fitzsimmons was alIO.an employee A Chicago Alderman Owes His Election i..aunities for offenses against the
Judge Hill and plead guilty to the ,
t on the dredge. i methods
to Chamberlain's Cough City Ordinances; Describing
4)- After the investigation an opinion Remedy."I charge and was fined $5 and costs pf for the assessment and collection of
court The captain's violation consisted I Contractors and Owners
prevailed that the death of deceased can heartily and conscientiously revenue; providing for a Municipal i Property
i in dumping a barrel of decayed oranges
was possibly caused by heart-fall- recommend Chamberlain's Cough Rem Court; granting the right to Issue ..
I are brought on by falling Into the edy for affections of the throat and on the wharves and In the river II M I City Bonds In excess of 6 per cent of e If you don't want to SAVE SIDNEY :

water. Greer was a good swimmer, lungs" says lion. John Sherick. 220 where the schooner la tied up. ,, the valuation of real and personal we can't help you. If you do, COMC to

and .as no licks had passed between So. Preoia St, Chicago. "Two years I property within the City limits limits; ;
> be and Fitzsimmons there was.no reason ago dun n ga political campaign! I Pleasant and Harmless.Don't Ili I providing for the election of Bond The J. A. McDonald Co.

7f to believe that he had been disabled caught cold after being overheated, drug the stomach, to.cure a I Trustees, and prescribing their powers
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so be could not swim. which, irritated my throat and I was cough. One Minute Cough Curge cuts I and duties. AND BUY YOUR ;wJ
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: the mucus, draws the Inflamation out
\M finally compelled to stop, as I could I By order of the City Council of the
A Destructive Fire. not speak aloud. In my extremity a of the throat lungs and bronchial I I City of Miami. Long Leaf Yellow Pine "
tubes, heals soothes and cures. A
friend advised me to use Chamber- M. R. KELLUM,
To draw the fire out of a turn, or lain's Cough Remedy. I took two quick cure for croup and whooping ,I';" City Clerk. Framing at $16 per M.
Jt:.;; heal ft cut without leaving a scar use doses that afternoon and could not cough. One Minute Cought Cure relieves .

;>. ,DeWItt' Witch Hazel Salve. A specific believe my senses when I found next a cough in one minute because i iI I I Boards same price. jjWe also selll.ime. Brick [4 kinds]. .

{ for piles. Get the genuine J. L. morning the Carnation had largely it acts Brat on the mq membrane_ I'' NOTICE. Cement. Sash, Doors, Mouldings and whatever else'.a:

i Tucker, editor of th. Banccnlcer, subsided. I took several doses that right where the cough troubles-In the -- builder requires at lowest possible figure. .

Centre.,Ala, writes: -I have used day. kept right on talking through the throat or deep seated on the lungs. in Court of County Judge.. State of ;

.. ,DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve in my campaign and 1 thank this medicine Sold by Biscayne Drug Co. I, Florida Dade County. I I I ;

'i family' for piles, cuts and burns. It Is that I won my seat in the ;council. In re Estate of Charles B. Crockett, Jr. You Know Where We Are ............ Utli Street ilail Fla.
the best salve on the'market.. Every This remedy is for sale 'by the Red Hallandale Truckers Organize. To all Creditors, Legatees. Distribu I I ,

t family' should keep it on band." Sold Cross Pharmacy and all medicine dealers Last Friday night the Hallandale tees and all persons having claims a

:.. "b Biscayne Drug Co.ANDREWS Packing Company was organized at or demands against said estate: I
i that place. The organization is mutual You and each of you are hereby notified -

HAD KEY. 1 i GOT HIS MAN.Wheeled and seeks" to regulate the pack. and required to present any Wilson & Flye
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't.; --.- ing and handling jf all fruit from that claims and demands which you or
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Made From Wood and Which Would .L h either of have against the
1..'y I Williams Who Assaulted place ana Ft'ClIOn. ana W promote you may
r f Open Jail Doers. general interest In the business. estate of Charles B. Crockett, Jr. de- DCALKK: IX
Cone Taken to That Place. i
,For several weeks Deputy Sheriff j Iri t Sheriff The following officers were electedto CE'aI l, late nf Dade county .Florida

".Gore who resides at the Jail building .f't' .has been disturbed by noises that: C. F. Eaton, chief of police of i.ake in December I said estate within two >ejm from the ,

t-5* Bounded as if some one was unlockingthe City, arrived In the city on Tuesdayand President XL Holding. date hereof. !
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:the cell doors of the JaiL But upon left in the afternoon for his home 'retary-Il R. Kcpperley. Dated March tt:, A. IX 11!'U5. TOBACCOS

.,,1' each investigation nothing could be having in custody Wheeler Williams Directors-T. J. Wofford, H. R. I IKepperley. Agnes MncJ. Crockett CIGARS
arrested at the RfIIl: P..ln \ : AND
f .seen or heard. the negro J. W. Wofford. Tias. Erics1on 9-in AdministratrixNOTICE ,

,it b Saturday he decided to search the yesterday by Sheriff Frohock Vm a J. W. :Uotrett. j I Avenue D and 14th St. MIAMI FLA.WeWantEveryGrower.
1>1.: "- jail and so notified! Sheriff Frohock. charge of assault with Intent to kill OF EXECUTRIX.All .4&o-d-IJ.n

}",.t'": iadwhen, Bruce.Andrews, who was in that county. "- Champion Liniment for Rheumatism j .

-t OB trial for murder was taken to the Mr. Eaton says that the crime for Chas. Drake, a mail carrier at Chapinvllle. persons concerned will take notice

!1i:,.1t court house, Mr. Gore and the sheriffs which Williams was arrested, occurred Conn, says: "Chamberlain's I that six months after date I will

I went to the Jail and upon investigationfound August 2S. 1903, when be made au Pain Balm is the champion of aU liniments. present my final accounts and vouchers !

t In his belongings a key that assault"upon Sheriff Cone, of Columbia The past year I was troubleda as executrix of the estate of John Yw

t had been made from a two-root box county, by striking him on the great deal with rheumatism In my I J. Hayden, late of Dade County, de

:' wood rule. They key/ It is said, was head with a beer bottle. Sheriff Cone shoulder. After trying several cures i ceased to the County Judge of said I i IN THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS.

SLY, a good piece! of.work and would open had reason, to suspect Williams of car the storekeeper here recommended I county and pray for my final discharge

4 'the'two' outer doors to..the JaiL The rying a concealed weapon and wentto this remedy and it completely, cured as executrix of said estate.FLORENCE .
.6!\J his when the negro P. HADEN Honda Vegetables"-A complete manual of Florid crops
search
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.supposition is that Andrews'intendedto person me. There is no use of anyone sufferIng :
1- .ue'It in case he was convicted! oft turned upon him and dealt him a from that painful ailment when j Executrix -Estate of J. J. Haden, De Florida OrarpLor special taterest to orange growers
1 I Florida Strawberries. Booklet on "Soil Varieties! OuIUvaUo fad. "
.the murder of Lovett heavy blow on the bead with the bottle this liniment can be obtained for a i, ceased.
: I unconscious and January IX 1305. M44m Fertllliatloa.
him
rendering small sum. One application gives ;
t .
..c'r: To Cure a Cold In One Day making an ugly wound. lie made his prompt relief and its'continued use for Irish Potatoes."-A Booklet on "Soli. Seed Planting and CumraUoo: .... Sfl

'}' Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. I. escape and had never been heardfrom a short time will produce a perma--!I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. of Fertilisers Digging aDd Ship ping."

J' --AH druggists refund the money U until arrested here. nent cure. For sale by Red Cross : Department of the Interior, Land i. Pineapple 1"ertJllxlnc.-or special Interest to pineapple. growers .

j,: it falls to cure. E. W: Grove's' signature -I Pharmacy and all medicine dealers. Office at Gainesville, Fla. Feb. 4. 1305.! I Ideal rertltixen."-Book showing an our different brands analyst gtfe.n

:'"' t .Is on each box. 25c I THE EXPANSE OF FLORIDA. ,: Notice is hereby given that the following I eta

., t A Guaranteed Cure For Piles.CRUISING i I I Yacht Clara Sold. j named settler has filed node: ; New and Revised Editions of the above Just published sent free for the aaklaj.i ,

; --od How Long it Takes One to Travel Commodore F. D. Hughes has sold J of his intention to make commntatloi
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WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER (COMPANY
PARTIES. From One Point to Another.. his crack little launch yacht Clara, to''I!1 proof in support of his claim, and that: ,

1 The following Is going the roundsof Mr. G. H. Myers, the well known electrical :;' said proof will be made before Joke JACKONVILLE. Fla.

Now at Various Fishing Places on The the press: supply dealer of this city. The j I: B. Reilly, U. S. Commissioner at hli: i >' ,

Lower Coast I But few people have any conception terms of the purchase are private but i!! office at Miami Fla., on March 18.1905' & I
: Chase :: ante': r Agents
of Florida's extent Jacksonville Is it Is known that it took a considerablesum ':' vix: William J, Krome of Homestead, ]>Qiaxtai. rla. ,
.The yacht Louise, which came up about as far north of Miami as it is to cause the commodore to part ,; Fla.. homestead 32991 for the sooth 1-3 t!
BROWN & MOODSTOCKTO & BRADFORDLittle
Via. from the lower coast yesterday reports south of Charlotte, N. C.; about as far with this crack little craft Mr. Myers :[ of sw 1-4 of sw 1-4 of se 1-4 sec' 1! Little :River.

the following houseboats and north of Key West as it is south of will use the Clara for his own pleasure | tIon 6, township 67 south, range SiI !I .

yachts now distributed along the coast Dart tile, Va. ignorance of the extentof purposes on the bay and adjacent wa I cast, and southeast 1-4 of southeas

,...' in quest of tarpon and other fish:, of Florida leads to many amusing ters. Commodore and Mrs. Hugheswill I' 1-4 of section 1, township 67 southI : Miami Bottling Works

";:f Yacht Onatcbonan Paul Jones owner .I mistakes it takes over twentyfourhours leave tomorrow or next day forSt range 38 east. He names the followlnj!

.1- and party aboard, and yacht Limit to go from Pensacola to Mlan. Lucie where hey will! visit and I| witnesses to prove his continuous sea: WALL & DICKINSON, Props.

; Mr. Mathewson of Chicago, and party A land trip from one end of Floridato spend two or three weeks after which | Idence upon and cultivation of sal.
ISth :'Street Near R. R., Miami, Ha .
,at Jewfish Bush.Houseboat the other Is as long as from the they will make their way slowly north land, 'viz:

Bonita, Commodore Fits.x lakes to the gulf. A citizen of Maine and although the commodore will I Charles Cowman of Black Point lanufl.C&ur..rIf r

gerald and friend, at''Sand's Cut. who makes up his mind to come south probably quit the water which he has Fla.

'japlter. Capt. Roes, and Mystery, may get on the cars and pass through followed for years, he announces that L. R. Nixon of Black Point Fla ; All Kinds of '
Capt.eloy, and both having cruising Maine, New Hampshire Masnachu- he and his estimable wife will return i j William of Black PointFla. _

parties aboard,(at Caesar's creek setts, Connecticut New Jork. Pea: ii"i Miami again next season: : 4I
s'Yachts Carib and Klondike, with Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware,Maryland | D. C. Brown of Perrine, Fla. Soft Drinks ; } } .

Lady Waldron, Mrs. McCable and Mr. the District of Columbia, and far Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar i W. 0, Robinson I Solicited !
Prompt Attention to All Oraer Out-of-Tcwn Orders
Register. .
e R. B. Seegar, aboard at Barnes Sound. Into Virginia. When he has done this moea Remedy.The I -- ;:;

Granatsa, Messrs. C. L. F. Robinson he has taken no longer ride than he great success of this preparation

and party Jewfih Bush. could have taken by an equally direct In the relief and-cure of bowel DYSPEPSIA CURE
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This Beet will be augmented today line from one Florida town to another. complaints has brought It into almost I .
the Tail oa' and Badger, the former never
by universal use. It falls, and It1
3 DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
b. having on board Messrs. Caldwell Has Stood the Teat 25 Years. when reduced with water and sweet:
I r iii p rt.tle3 lHII.contaIt.2'4.th lif+ .We'''3,lor 14_
and party, and the latter Messrs. Lee The old, original Grove's Tasteless : ened,is pleasant to take. It Is equally genets oa., AT til I -...-..'0., n.oa .
a and F. Douglas aril Mr. Johnson. Both Chill Tonic. You know what you are valuable for children and adults. For t E. C. DAriTT & COrSPANYCHICAGO.. XU I

of which sailed from here this morn- taking. It is iron and quinine In a sale by Red Cross Pharmacy and all 1 I t w -
lag. tasteless form. No cure, no pay. $0c. medicine dealers. Ask for the !1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar

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necessary in warfare to discover the hut
enemy f than w e sell. This may be saying

; __-_ \on \\onld use a senrJilijjht in vain to find better DRY GOOD' :' ,
L/ i reat deal. It i is true nevertheless.;


To leave a jest when it please* you best i i... a t ood tiling, but never leave our store to .

I : find bett r 'elsewhere for that will be .
r + a waste of p D
LiGITS e DOUGLAS| !
time; we know that ours: rannot l IIC excelled
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WO Ifc'.PORT'.NT ARRESTS FIT2SIMMONS UNDER ARREST. I tinr' II ray nf hop.It proved to be I -- =- fl:
RECORD FISH
CATCHES. and 1
II : I thuumlior of those ported r
I conducted
even better It was the white wins;::* newspaper "ft uslnf'I"
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1 -wy Thomas and E. Carter Captured '.1 I Ii I" aii;
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will
Miir..l.i> afieinoon the I'tropolls'old of a sloop with a kindhearted comb I AlihoiiKh t euratcly icmpil, <-dI principals : embrace
by Deputy Sheriff Gore. At r..K>n anoib, r body was found, for
t of ih- death of one Luther Greer. J' at the helm who went to their nncuoj :', I lur kept the following: are mini1 of the Tli. :Metropolis is the people.

t try ibiUh:< of last June II... 1<1..1Hi< !f I I alone: en;:;[ineer. on the rock crusher. j'I and brought them to the city, arriving, rit-iT'l fish 3tlifi ol I the season in I ft making the the total! flf'y !live, so far taken and I their Interests at all tlmr It'
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Suaiiay aftornoc.n, the same alleged! i nt C' :;o'clock the varietyJupiter ruins bad been; fearless In advocacy of whC -
nest aright nninl.fr sn4
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j % A. M<'Q'l''('i.. a middl 3: ':id:: win;' morning ,
nui. Ras found !!'oalifl in 'h>- \t\Aml\ 1 10 nine been due no drowning by fall. The party was compose o( sum (apt.' lto b. one :;'! I pound CREST OF FLOOD PASSED. it Ixlifved to be good: and best forihe .
:Tier at 'h. foil' ..< 4iViiur (;. Tlu-rc. I lug n\...rboard from that craft i in the | of Miami most popular )'oun; people klngtls.h: I community politically, [IO'lall1'and

was vHitiifiii hh> .i ti i ;hat I he hay d I I | canal across the hay while engaged] and were as follows: Misses Bayne, Jupiter ... K Dunn four 7 pound I i; And Waters at Pittsburg i's Receding commercially[ and while boast iauoi
.. in tussle, or fight, with one J. B Brown Belle Hums bonefish its GMtt4| It believes that It has
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ae. a s.'\4r. 1lo, and :1:,> post May Robinson and Thousands are Out of Work.
r .H-n.-ro ..!I. lllInliljtn'III'd the fact |1 Kitzsiniiuous: also an employee on the Elsie Davis and Messrs. C. T. MeCrimnioa I Klondike Mis McDonald, one 9 t 3- .i .---- 1I1"1'I.l'lIpU"heJ more, or as much at y

.. kM rbt'r'. was 110 wat-r in thluiiics: dredsA *-. R. O Watson, James Gilman proud cavallfs. : HitsburR!:, March ::::2.-The rest of least, in these' respects, than any other

L bun proving >M*>'t>c4 rUe$Uuu tbat McJIKHTI 'i an.l after hearing the statements of I Aside from and the water is now receding ; of Miam/ and JJade county
war i"d'l M b -u his body| went I ; a sleepless! night no | pound amberjuck
4 nun for aUT, anj upon wb>th fact, j several employees on the boat, whowitnessed damage occurred, en the trip, and i It Barracuda, Capt Thompson, one 500 : Score* of mills are shut down and t This, however 'U no more than the
with the fvidcnuf injury to his the scuffle between Greer might be considered under the circumstances ,I pound whiprny.Clara ; ihoiiiuinds hate Oven thrown out of i duty It owes the ('(community which

;i It-cd tli- corwior'T 'Jury rendered 11y..d.t I and Fitzsimmons, and an examination a very pleasant one and F. K. Dunn, one If; I.2 pound emplov mont, while hundreds of tam- I lit exists. It Is proud of the service )

;I thm.he ha-i ui'' to his deathnm of i the body by Dr. Grauillng, the Jury one long to be remembered. .I mango snapperSeminole. I llk-K have IK en forced to abandon I rendered In that respect and If a continuance -
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of the fight will
a blow at the hands of a p .r .' persons unknown.Nti and render a verdict on the death oi I WATSON'S RESIDENCE. j |>ound African pompano.. is fsiiinated: that the losses to i of good results, then Miami U
trwo or clue to Ibe murderer or deceased: the general Idea being that I Clara W. E. Gibnons, 42:! black baas. local Industry will\ reach one milbou i destined to l*> a rr at city and Dade

iBTirdercrs i-milJ. IK secured, and to 1 I I Greer: died from /Jrowntng'Now Friends are Satisfied; he Lives in Kis- I Clara. R. A. Hart one0 1-2 pound dollars I county the molt densely populated and

V y,11 appearances tbo crime had passed however: or, in fact ever since simmee Though in Business ,Here. I amberjack. 'I I'I' productive I In the State. i'

a nrio bUtor' as uno of thtf uufaihomcdnunes ;i the death there are a number who Clara G. E. Crocker and W. E. Gibbons NEWSPAPERS AS DEVELOPERS. ---a- +V

'in Florida's criminology: ; and !' have expressed the belief that Greer Friends of the Hon. J. W. Watson 4 amberjacks aggregating 119 Give a newspaper credit for what I THE BLOODIEST OF BATTLES. fI

hid been forgotten by the authorities. was not drowned but killed by a blow of Klsslmmee. but engaged in business \pounds. I it does. Many a town has gone to need I '
But not "'I. About a week ago Deputy | delivered him In the scuffle with Fitz. in Miami, claiming to have learn- Nfbla. air and Mrs. G. K Worthlng- and the grass has grown in the main I I'I From the latest obtainable press reports .,.

Sheriff .:ore arrested and plated | simmons, at the time they went into ed that there Is a rumor current to the ton one leopard shark measuring 11 'I streets just because it had no newspaper and information the recent battle .
i
s In! the county Jail Henry Thontas and ]I the ,,'ater. and assertions It is said effect that Mr. Watson has removedhis feet, 2 Inches. -or what It had wan a dead one. of Mukden leads an battle of the
I have gone no far as to Intimate that residence' from that Clara W. E. !I world In the number of killed and
v E. Carter, two young negro '11"0. on place to Miami Gibbons five amber- A live, progressive newspaper is! worth
," the chance: of being the murderers of his neck was broken, while others declare thereby disqualifying him to a jacks with rod and reel. I II more to a growing town than all the wounded.

4 McQueen, and though .no positive ey- that blood trickeled from his seat in the State Legislature, as representative Linnet, Dr. Morgan 41 pound loam I moneyed' men In It Without expect. According to the figures! of the War ,

dbace has been secured that they nose while in, and after having been from Odceola county, have cuda. ing recompense It Is continually exploiting Department Meade had 83.2S3 affective .

commltfd the butchery circumstantial taken from the water. come forward with the following statement Jupiter. H. H. Raymond 12 3-4 the advantage of the place soldier at Gettysburg.. His bosses '

evidence IK 'exceedingly strongagainst Under these condition. and desiring : pound .Spanlih mackerel: Interesting outsiders and promoting were 3,155 4e 4. 14.054 wounded,

them and the probabilit is to probe the matter to the bottom Jus To the Public: Barracuda, Mr. and Mrs H. E. Tut- Improvements. It does this from pub- i, and 5.3C5 missing a total of H.OS4; ,

y that they will be hold to answer to thee I lice Hill as ex-offlclo coroner: In the I A report having been circulated that tie hereon hog. lic pride and public spirit. I and the Confederate reported<< their i.

4 barge of tnurder. Cass, yesterday alternoon issued a i Hon. J. W. Watson, of Osceola county Clara Mrs. Hughes 60 pound group Every article of this nature emu losses as 3,903 killed 18.735 wounded

The rase wag worked! up entirely br I'j' bench warrant for the arrest of FltzI who baa ao ably represented this er. the paper money. It pays its compositors 1 and 5,425:! missing a total of JS.OfiX :

Mr.; Gore who baa weaied a networkof I simmons charging him .with the marI county, for eight years in the StateLegislature Barracuda: Mr. Myers, dolphin. !j ( for setting type and the foreman According to these figures the percentage .

evidence around them that appears I lcr of Crecr. The warrant was served and was elected for another Linnet, Dr. Morgan, 14 1-: pound red 1 I Isnapjier. for handling it. But the paper baa to of Federal losses was % .", !'1

hard to break lIe has evidence to ', this mornln by Deputy sheriff Gore term last November, tad disposed have something to fill up with says and the Confederate 37.39. If Karopatkln -

prove that they were the last persons I' and Fitzsimmons was placed in jail of hill Kissimmee interests, Jupiter, Mr. Moffet, 2C grouper: somebody. That Is usually the least had iOO.OOO men and the military

tvient'tth McQueen in life; that af- I! until such time as the court iliad jury / moved to ..Miami Fla., and was no Barracuda swordfish weighing $001 I of the newspaper: man's troubles. correspondent of the London

ur be bad disaijpeared Henry Thomas :I I shall become satisfied of his inno longer a citizen of Osfeola county; I pounds, and 400 pound Jew-Hub There Is usually more news and matters Time rays he bad only 260,000-

pawned a pistol belonging to the dead | cence or guilt of the charge now I, Therefore 'e. the County Democratic I Jupiter, Capt. Russ, :22 varieties offish ( of Interest than can be put Into losses would have to be 115,170 In killi ,
f
$ man; that later be left town and only 1 lodged against him. .; Executive Committee of Oscoola in one day. II I I I type by the regular force. If all the ed, wounded' and missing In order to x

w-wntly. returned; that both be and '': This case promises' to prove dE'Cld'l county do most cheerfully state that T I. articled that have been published in I j be as great in proportion as the Confederate ,

tJartt-r talked to others fit their color cdly interesting' before' it has I, Mr. Watson has rot disposed of his MANY HURLED TO DEATH.By : this paper) during tbe pant year' which I{ losses at Gettysburg
k: h..ut the death McQueen. and that I I finished, and It may be necessary to i I I property Kissimmee and he has not i advertised the town the section organizations Oyama claims that the Russians ,

they were advised to lea re the county, I Iwt.irh ,, end to Souihport, S. C., where the i I moved citizenship from Osceola Boiler Explosion in Groves Shoe and societies of a public I left :C.SOO dead on the field, while be
4 Thomas did, though Carter ,re- body of CIXT was shipped for inter county.we nature, were paid for at regular advertising estimated the total killed and wounded tt
uiaincd here. He also ban other evldtiwe nwnt Monday night, have it exhume I :turtner. state that for eight; Factory. I, rat.-s the owner woul-1 I be at at 90,000.hlcb. with 40,000 prison-
,
-r linking them circumsiantlelly and a post mortem' examination made years !olr: Watson having a hardware ;I least ",000 better off than he Is. era would make 130000. or 43 per cent.: .t'V';>::

-+= with the crime, and in the end ex- there to determine whether or not his: store in Miami, Fla.. has with his Brockton, Mass., March O.Wlthloone : i'I :'' How many of the interested citizen: j or about 5 per cent Teater than the .:

.,."..16 to make. the ran exceptionally I neck was broken, .or whether or not family spent four or five months of hour after the employees had gone> have given that amount or one-tenth Confederate losses at Gettysburg. The .
'here are internal' injuries kind to work this morning at the R. B. I out large number of
strong. of any each year there in looking after his that amount?-Fort Pierce News.Tbe .r1soDer.. however
Both IIKII. naturally deny the crime. ; hucli ax would have caused death business' interests. Grove shoe factory, a boiler blew up News Is right What a newspaper I would account for nearly: ore-third of .

'fl>om s aJnuu paouing the re>'oher. !;I other than Icon orowniug If such Believing this report was publishedfor wrecking: a sectiop) of the Imildins! '! does for tbe advancing .and this loss. While the battle was still .

lout gays that he pot it from t.'- r'er.' \idence or a death by. violence Is I political purposes only, he being a and starting & lire which destroyed the building up of a town cannot be told I in progress Oyama gave lira casualtfc \..it:

This .arter'pl\O deuies. Thomas doe !j found it would appear that Mr. Fltz. candidate for Speaker of the House ofUfpriwntatfveH. ruins and spread to the adjoining: or Illuctrated In words. It does it beraiioe as 41.%:!. This Is only a partial list ... .

.!.1It* deer that he left the county but l Simmons is in serious trouble, otherwise I we hereby' expressour buildings. It Is interested in the welfare I I His army is said to be much larger :
sate it was not for fear or guilt. : the first impression that Greer 'j full an.l-complete confidence In Owing to the nature of the accident of that particular place and sections : than Kuropatkln's

r With the evidence .he has at hand (IM' x'*.- drowned will probably clear, bin !; him as an able and wise legislator and and the speed with which the flames which it Is located and desires to t Knropatkln's losses will probably

Gore, Tuesday, swore out a arrant 1 of the stismj: of miinler.Mr we most earnestly commend him to spread and'to the excitement it Is impossible -, sew it grow and prosper. It does moreIn ( reach if they do not exceed. 59 percent

against the suspects charging Gramling, who examined the.IKHIJ I the members of the House at a fair, exIMricnrcd to secure the accurate number that r"t, than any other agency: of hir effective force. While the .:f

them *ili having caused the Jt-ain of Greer was seen this cornlCg't 1 and impartial presiding, o(9fer. ( i of dead and Injured. but generally gets less credit for Its | 'btiiiip's for both *:des como from'
<4 McQiKrn with some blunt instnint and asked about the result' of the name It is understood thai more than 200 ( efforts and accomplishments than does i Japanese sources, IID.I ara''thcre/i.ro 4 .

""..- lh<- Tutlnre of which it Il.'Jl.nO"'II. and his (opinion of the cause OL death A. E. eard'n.T. persons were working in the departments the f..llu'ho spends no words much I not to be regarded as wholly reliable.

chef were arraigned; before Justice tie, stated that as he, with the other | M Murphy nearest the boiler room when H I' IOHH time In advacating the place he It would seem that the Russian. loans j I

hi) and after! several nittuiiKe hail i Witnesses in the cnw, were under the j T. W Elli/ the explosion occurred, and indications -I has hos.Mi as his home, and where h-. were greater than In that of any of tb<*

eva examined 1 the case *an continued tide. of ;ihe court until lie coroner's ,l. L. Strickland.J. are that no ouo could have escaped. 1 is proliably doing welt great battles of tbe world. The Japan-.

Jiitil FVidav aflernuon ro as to give i iifa jury tin t'!" and 1 lost he could not makea R. Tumblin.W. What the News ib doing for the1 l, ese losse were heavy but the 1\u. ;
State an.l d.'f'nJants time to se- 11I Kiaipment 'thouuh floe mjniaiioncon.eyeil I J. S. Carr. The work of rc..<.uc was delayed by'I' building! of Fort Pierce and Urevanl J lan losses considered' the battle of )

ire addUiona! tt'Btiniony. was that Grwr's<< nn-k wah Mi-iiili.-rs Osceola County DemocraticKocmbe the heat and flames, but at 10:30: '. l'Ounly, the Metropolis has and is now :; Mukden' was not only the greatest battle -

Denut. -. Sheriff- __'. .__ Crt n'_, _> la_ ,r"m ar_, .tnuti..__....."u, not broken an.l that he djl d fioiuI Comuiliter. o'clock the fire had been goUt under i' doing for miami and Dade county It I Iii In the world's t Is tory. but was the 1
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r, a uiwrt rnvlaliln reputation 118 a .liest of Ihe great battle
:n lyl', and if he fcuw-eedg .In
& : the defendant. be will! have.i>ro\- A PARTY MAROONED. BIG GRAPEFRUIT GROVE. made some headway and at that hour'and section and wants to tee it grow:: i'II M. P. BRANDING

r o himself a man of excfpiinnal abil ,I i iwenty-flve Dodlub had been removed ,I and d.., ,'101'. It would be foolish to Atltasey .... C1Dr i'" '

,IV in the sleuth llb<*. i c Mr. H. VanlK-man, preblieul of i from the dt'\.ri. Many were so charred ,, do otherwise. for with the advanc '
Pleasure Seekers Have Experience or. j Prompt Aitcttiu U (oI.tluttIdert1ke ; i
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the American and mutlilated otherwise ,In'!I I mvnt of the I :
The ; Nut and Fruit Co. which I as town and county so do*g I tu fodcCowl Stilt bask s 4A b,:
Had PlesMnt Outing Bay Tuesday Night. :' about a sear ago purchased 110 make I MeiiUflcation! almost impossible advance It 1\I a huhln...H I'roposl-1
Wl".t {Pal Ffcach
acre of lanl in the Burbank track Later.. -Thirty bodies had been recovered lion, pure suit simple, and one that a 'Iond, -'
Mr and Jlrs. B. I), lit...,'., and their ; A congenial l party flf young f. 1kd ile- 1 I three miles west of the city, and U.JOQ I I i at 1:::10 o'clock. The thi.'f: of -- --. -- .. t

4.fcf*!. Mr Thomas Wrlpbi. of Wilutt.rton i-idfd.Tiifsd iv nil!::ht to take advantage which it 1 is he" intention of the oni- 1: i police estimates the dead at fifty

K. C. who have IKN-U on a i* the beautiful moonlight for a sail ,<, pony to plant and uevelop an Immr ise ;. -
"rtJty qn Jbir launch "Van" for a .Juan the bay. Mr. C T. MrCriramon. '1, .,mHo 1 Krapfruit> crove, arrived dothe Brockton. Mass.: March jl -- A THE

...-r.k amonc the kevs. returned, 10 th.' I i I who was of the party, pro\in-d his j i i city Monday night: from l LOllill). na !1 search of jester:lays ruins, caused RACKET STORE

::J UK TiuvUy They bad sili'n'ti.l launch for the trip and at Shout S :3*> ,I,I' and will! superintend the pldniin; .mil by the explofcion, of a toiL! in Groves ,

-WO at fishing all:! <4h" rwi vnjo pd 1 o cluck the, Jolly crowd storied on th.'ir culture! of the tree*. I shoe factory early III the n.ornlnc

'. '.,osi ilca.srfiit trip. They brouht to \oyngp until most ausplrlon con.H : air Van Ilt>man, In oonvtrhti ion continued all ul&bt. and fifty four IS THE PLACE

JHc.t> with 'lbetn the catch of yet t'ons' ; Mns\ morning with a Met r"loli.s! ( ref >rt bO'lu-M had "r'n covered tip to T
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:.r.a.y hn.i which cuni!*ite,1) of I tmrraurta 1'h.cool reabreete faun d! th--ir !,' r, suited that fifty three atrt- of he o'clock! this n'rlllllPrnctkllllv ;

,- < 1 j'-wrS..b. I black simpp i. 1 cheeks and did not tiicn: reqin' -mi, bii; ;rack hate already Ix-en clf ired ..mdnrull"d all of 'h-Mii rMiiain nrilionMtied I.

lyapo snapper and I large white.Harper :. hiRII..t love songs !in their ears Tb' and urn now rwnuns tlu' ..iihliiiiK except: W. Rockwell! who The Buy on Time Plan

-. It ..&s the skill or 'Mrs.Hti sihor TIns. of a fall moon ram a Ins ; ; pivpjiutions! far the plan' : 'agA was in I hun!" of the boil'-r at th-
>be. that .net.. sheen over Uie waters anti tA'. i i time of the
caught th- barraru a. huh will ?ie commence I at an e..rllaf. > t'vplnslun.Figures .
x. .*11"1!1 measured four feet in Itngli.Tarpoi joy laden craft glii't-d'! fiuoolb; !) s.ros> < Clearing. of the oib r half! of 'b-1 .it band' to illshow ihiJ i is all I': lit tor tinotlui r man. Lut is it for you: It you

th" hay. will b.- ,done this sumnjcr iud I I'rnl'k ,' about! 240 prson at work in th fat pay \oiir bills OI hI\'I' to help pay the other man who )

in the Bay. All went well until Bi-pr's Cut( ass' !to) oue year hence the < 'i.ii.iv: all!! tory whm the explndott\oecurrd, tl< isi 11 t. \\',* have no Inel l ncciuirts to charge; to '. .11. We ,t

1"A.. K. m"UI :'viurep.irted TU"rJay i r when some one calltil out the have the bule lt>i sc'i it, ;;tl.V'- have been accoup't'il' for and that h. sell{ for cash to all .iik! -. I Don't you see hoe it P-
s.inllng words agrouud'! andimminl fr'tit' trees.The twern fifty n-l i one hundred arefill and do we
I t.m
.'* 1t that 'uli oomine: across the self cheaper?
the were. It was then about }1 o'clock J companj wh.ih. Mr. \ati\ U.-u.arj missingArrangenit.
.' on -the last tnp\l the
/ ; ferry boa
: .. and efforts were immediately made t to { ri'jir.-..iwnts is jtit uf ih iartat: :and 1 rata are ls l inn: mi'1.> fur n
;, .-nit: yesterday ariernoqn with
set the launch afloat, bat rli th.itkulshthood !jf"n ; ." t Dick Smith, that they i Bowl
ran ( whrp in Its flower could ; iomluris various frn' tau, uiitm faros Mayor K.'lth said' today ;Far tin. and Pitcher $1.10.
rj-'HiKb ,
a magnificent school of
.tar io was done, but unavailing md the different poriio.is of the conntq raking over of lh>> ruins ...-iIIl.1 n s .Inc 1t
foe:u just after Retting off the A full
inou craft still stuck. The man in the moon He has Juc cott'.' ,tiom rile Mississippiiotioini the new canal Th. re were I I
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great I.oittrfi down, the stars cJ"t: ? ne tI'l uf ("Ljsiana where he directs hf .>tprise.l t the b-licf ;that! a
awy of these b Rn'lfu! dab in the I .
abt.I1nd a most onchanfmr scene i :he culture of a :, -cau nut grove em considerable number of t.o.t t...s i 111!'
boot :Mr. Gla3\t ,
in sayF and them '
> was all about them, but still : 230 and be found In .
I they bracing! acres, which is th portions of th.- l-inlilii 5
." l, from the way they Handler of t
wore Lead"u
acre" stuck and unhappy. i' !largest farm of the kind in the world not exin'ctel H., also fell.-\es Mi,.. : Everything
'.Ii: > haw come- through the I .
Fk -cans As they peeped from benpa.h their I II Iweary Mr Van Deman hat gnat fai'i in the many of th- occupant. ofhi- b'n! !h r:." Evcrythin: i sold Chcupcr
tram the .
; sea. Th!
coat thoroughly enjoyed passengers the on Ih"j I eyelids that Morpheus bad almost j j I culture of grapefruit in Dado county:! i were" blown, to pit-ors' when th: hm''r' )a

spectacle : closed, they could see the bright: I Ij and the probability Is that his compa : .exploded! and. th s Is off-red ai a possible W. H.
,r these gain monsters canting and i I j I streaks! of dawn appear, and 'they ., will jt-ngage in it more extensively expiinatKm' of 'h" dison, IMIII CHAILLE & SON -- Prop. ,
a rJrtg abont .
thought: they could discern in the dls .u tb- future' than it now pla nr1 between th- nlln.'" r of d. a.1 r .un" .



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channel across the bay is now six feet lcrwn: .< Attention Gi.ca! to \l' < IU ID) .*>*

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54 Fishing from the Jeannette Satur Evans. Baltimore, Is selling tomatoes ''J

Use Bradleya fertilize for aU crop day. !dr. McCurdy, of New York landed J4 ft jr..50. Beans. $5: Cnkes, $C

t J. E. LnmmUL Agent six bonefish very large catch of Baltimore has been the beet tomato ;
+i \\ you get ton oar mono' is as imfortant as the amount
these: fish In one day. market for over ten dajs 9f you ray no attar

Rev. Dr. C. A. Fulwood who has i how lou the price: nil trash gt(
been 111 for for the pact two weeks. Is Aetna dynamite and supplies for, A. K. McMullen formerly a well

now convalescing, and w111 be out! resident of Mlarou ,
sale by Lnmmns SewelL I known and popular
again In a few days:j", but now proprietor of the Fort Piercu I .

T E. left on last Mondays Hotel!, in in the city on a visit. 1 .
e For Sate*Near Miami; fire sere NOTIONS
train with seven convicts for the State Something
110 grapefruit trees; 5,000 pineapples.P.
O. Box 623. Miami..Fla. lessees camps at Ocala. All taken Dr. Luther T. TOil!oht'nd has bought

were convicted at this term of the of F. W. Hahn the uncompleted brick .

Mrs. L. F. Hubbard and Mr*. C. H. circuit court building in the rear of the Watson Fill
notion
\ basket with the
block and is having material. placedon up }your now <.
4 :McGill. both wives of former governors

'Tuesday of Minnesota on the ,Martinique returned to from Miami a sale Writing at J. B.tablets Screven'a and drug stationery store. for. l completion the ground: preparatory for its early good little things that are here for very For Tk Home


trip to Havana.I much less than regular prices instead of I

The schooner ML Pleasant of the The many friends of County Tax ,

$radl yt' tetmstn art the beat Miami Fish Co's. fleet, was remeaa- Assessor George O. Butler will regretto waiting until you are away in the conn-

For Ml* by. J. E. 1M"' '''"",. UlamL ured last Monday by the custom authorities learn that he is seriously lit at his -

_ _--- after having had some chang home at Palm Beach with typhoid fe try} and a spool 1 of Darning Cotton isn't t From! the drapery department the '

Eugene MlHelot", engineer on dredge es ,made 'In her Interior and which ver. Mr. Butler was taken ill one day '

No. 12, baa been placed on the rock changes her tonnage. last week while attending to his duties within reach news comes this\ time---timely news,

.breaker Nol to succeed Luther Greer and had to go home. His speedy for notice how the days grow longer.

the unfortunate engineer who lost his and complete recovery is hoped for.
life by drowning last Sunday. Btaeagmt cod, the mrweat 4eUeaey. House cleaning and spring time will
at WHaoa A nyfa 111
Sheriff Frohock arrested last Mon come together, and windows 'need
c' borrow PARASOLS
Farmers wishing to money
day Wheeler Williams colored a waiter
afeoold address Realty Mortgage Co, John and Mrs. Ehrler. who have at the Royal Palm Hotel who is new things to hang up before them, w

West Palm Beach, IT*. spent the winter In Miami, left for .
badly wanted in Lake City Fla.! for r- and other things need freshening
their home at Pittsburg. Pa-, last Sat up.
assault with Intent to murder t. white Out come the: fresh new parasols-New absolutely
Three large loggerhead turtles that urday. Mr. Ehrler is quite a large Take time by the forelock and
-xx e did not earns
man of that place. Williams is In Jail >): over a single parasol 1 drape
had from one of the bolder in the and will
been harpooned property city
from last
ln. And
and will be held until an officer from wonderfully dainty they windows at the rate of two
t fishing boats out last Friday were return early next season. Lake are-made especially for U8., su that allot f them to one at
City arrives for him.
; brought In to the flab house at the show some special, generally exclusive prettiness regular prices.

foot of Second street last evening. I .'
Money to loan on Improved property.
They weighed several hundred pounds by request by telegram from Zeb
G. S. Amsden. Cocoanut Grove or M. .
** Greer from Savannah the remainsof s.

Try the latest thing to drW flab D. Price, Miami. his brother Luther Greer who was Mr. Richard Raxvnhall, who has section 2. township 40 south range lot 1 and e 1-2 of w 1-2 lot 2, subdivision

Biscayne: cod at Wilson TTys's US The McAllister-Beck agency has drowned Sunday afternoon by falling been in the city the whole season 38 cast, and 110 yards off of the westside of section 2S, township 45 south.

t from the dredge into the canal on the will leave tonight' for his home at of 1j1A' I." of ne 1-4 of same action 43 east.Warrantr .
: range
been made the representatives of the 7+
Bruce Andrews, who was convicted east side of the bay were sent to Coney Island.. He will probably be township and range.
old and reliable Georgia Home Insurance deed Charles
Tiffany to
11'? last week of manslaughter In the circuit South Port N. C., on the 7:10 train Joined at Savannah by his wife and Warranty t'E't'd. Nellie C. and War-
one of the strongest Samuel Cobb
Company for $20 lot 13 block 3
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court. In the case In which he Monday night for Interment. son who stopped oxer there on their ,
rip Blackmer to John L. Zlll for $1
and betLJtl the company and the Tiffany. _
I r> was charged with the murder of J. P. 11'a>- north' lot 2, block 108 Defray
local agents are to be congratulated.
Warranty deed Jackson Peacock
Lovett and who was fined $250 and
Mr. Q D. Sawin was knocked off Warranty deed. Fort Dallas Land and wife
to John Price WetherOl
costa Wednesday for
liberated
of court, was -
Dr. W.. F. Blackman. president of his wheel Tuesday on Axe. D, lietween Marshal R. S. Flanagan, who is also Co. to Joseph H Paltler for $100 lot
he having paid the line: $5:;, etc, block C and Iota 1. 2, 9. 10.
Rollins College Winter Park and Eleventh! and Twelfth streets by a city tax collector is kept quite busy 8. block 35, Miami. 11. 12 and 13, block 3. BIscayne. ,yz

brother of Mr. E. V. Blackman of negro hack driver and badly bruised busy collecting taxes. Although the Warranty deed. Joseph P. O'Reilly
i WanU4-l8 or 20 foot dory-sail Warranty deed, John and Edith <'
this city, came down on Tuesday on i Mr. Sawin was picked up by friends books have been open since the latter to Clara A. Reilly for $5: lot 5 and e 1.%
preferred. Apply .B. M Monroe. Co- Gifford to George Dock for $700 partof
count an indefinite visit to hfc brother and ; placed in a carriage and sent home, part of last November, Mr. Flanagan of lot 6 of block 117. '
Grove. Ewarton Heights, Cocoanut Groves
family. and was later reported as resting easy. says there is still a large numberwho
ty, tS I The made his have not The books Warranty deed Franklin Sheen to Warranty deed, Melbourne E. and
negro escape und was paid tax
S Jo 12. which has been.en- H. B. Saunders for $1C5 1.:
Dredge o. n Of n<
'Wanted:-Japanese plum or loquat I not arrested will elutes the first day of April. Lena M. Kllby to S.-W. Verrlll for $1.
;} Wed In pumping out the sand In the 1-4 of ne 1-4 of sw 1-4 and I Iof:! scl
seed Wilson & Flye. 417 lot 14, block 76. Delray. ,
\\1 Government canal, having finished Its ,4 of se 14 of ne 1-4. section 13township .
The case before Judge A. E. Heyser Dlspite the fact that the tourist travel Warranty deed, J. J. and C. M.Schablnger Y
work for the present, was brought In 43 south of range 42 east.
1-, to the terminal dock Tuesday and Captain Thomas of Cocoanut Grove i which was begun last Saturday of southward is now practical! at an to S. W. Verrlll for $100
Warranty
aeed
George W. Anderson
While Is engaged In getting out 75 or 100 I F. It. Owen vs. Barney Hnntsmger (end all of the local hotels remain lot 13. block 76, Delray. .
tied up. Idle it will be given
et al, to J. E. Lummus for $1 late
pine logs which will be shipped to Key i wan" concluded Monday afternoon l I comfortably full. Tho Royal Palm Warranty deed Dade County T JT
m thorough overhauling. >
2S. 28 and 30, sub division of lots t
_ West either by steamer or schooner dissolving the attachment which hat has In the neighborhood of :200 and the and T. Co., to Frank Gallat for $1400
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and 6, block 4 sections 38 :29: and 40
where they mill be used In the construction been placed on Huntsinger's beat th- I indications are that it will be able to lots 4 and 5, block 107 south Miami
For SaleThoroughbred White
r Leghorn township 54 south of range 41 east
of the new P. & O S S Warranty deed, Rhoda and Dan
ketp until
cockerels, nine months old $L50. auxiliary sloop Adeline by Owen. H. : open the desired and appointed
docks at that place I Warranty deed Wheeler D Sturte Daniels to John Hudnell for $100 lot
F. Atkinson for time of
for dozen. plaintiff: anti R H closing-April :II I.I I.I I.
Egg, hatching. $1 Troop
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rant to Luther T. for
I Townsend $1
Seymour for defendant. 5, block 33, West Palm Beach.
Poultry Farm Enterprise, FlP1&. Wanted*-10 men in each State to, I I George Frank and John Freeh three etc., part lot 11 block 125.:; north.. Ml Warranty deed Amanda R. and Ceo

: Plasterers are now at .work on the travel, tack signs and distribute samples J. M Fibber who, has been foreman I! young men of Columbus. 0.. who have ami. B Cluett to the Protestant Episcopal
and circulars of our goods. Sal I Warranty deed J C Vereen tc Church in jurisdiction of Southern
handsome new residence of Commodore of the switch engine crew' in the F. E be'n spending several weeks In Miami d
f ary. $75.00 pr month. $3.00 per day An hie J. Cxmpbe'l for $gOO south :2!! Florida
and Mrs. Roome which la being C. yards at Miami for the past t1l'>, left on the Martinique this morning

_ built by Contractor Hahn,on the south for expenses. Kuhlman Co.' Dept. 8'1 years, .will let \'e this week for Jack I for a trip to Havana. They will feet fronting on Avenue D of Iota $ Deed John Frohock. sheriff, to i'

side of the river. This residence when Atlas building. Chicago. sonvlllo. En route he will be joinedby 1 I return in a few days and will, probably and 10. block a5. north Miami Jackson Peacock for $410 block A. B

1 completed will be one of the prettiest < Mr. H. B. Mack ot the compiling I his family who are'IIItlng! a' I purchase property in Miami as they Warranty deed Joseph Ramsdell tc C.. 1. :2, 4. 5 and 6, and lots t, i, 9. II).

and most commodious'In Dade coup department Scientific American Palm Beach Mr Fisher will remali intend to return from the north next J. C. Vereen for $1000 lot 9. block 85 11. 12. and 13. block' 3. Blscayn

,' ty.
-=- though residing in Jacksonville and Quitclaim deed II E. Tuttle and trustee for Biscay Lodge F. A. M. r
II. a visitor in the city. Mr. Mack is I
{ The JHlly Metropolis gives its read- I partly on business and partly on plea he going on II run on the road between Waverly Hotel Sold. wife to John M and Thos. L. Towns- 121. to the J. A. McDonald Co.. for ,

t\ 'en.more real live local and tde&raphle'De1I'I sure bent, and they will leave tomorrow that city and New Smyrna. i Through the real estate agency ofI Icy for $1 I. etc, lot 19. block 116 north $3,450 lot in sw corner -of Fourteenth

,a than any paper In the world In I morning for Havana from which ,- 'I I J, H. Tatum & Co, the sale of the Miami. street and Avenue D. Miami

'J: :a city as small as Miami. And all for i Fishing from the Linnet Sundae ', Waxerly Hottl on Eishth street be- Warranty dt'i G. W. M Wflllams Quit-claim deed Angus Martin to
place will be ,
passage taken to New
i U* amall sum of ten cents a week. Dr. E. S Morgan' of New York anti ;! tw*n AXMIIKB and .the Boulevard.was and Carrie D. Williams to Joseph \V. G DeBerry for $1, part se 1-4 of
I Orleans and from there they return M'easrs. I
,7Pttl'e" North by rail. Roe and Jas Jenkins of OsL i made: yesterday to :Mrs J. WI Zapf for $254: : !lots 9 and I:. block 8. nw 1.4. section 2. township 40 south.

Ex-Governor: N. J. Coleman of Missouri i koih, WIs, broke t_o of the season' I Boyd Mrs 11<,}'<1 bat lon running sub-
;:" and at one time United StatesSecretary fishing records One was the catchlnc i j I tilt.. tHiar-ting! hone-H on Fourteenth. :Z>', township 51 !south range: 41PBSt deed Frantlln and Jes-Ia
If fertilizers
yon want consult J. E- ,
!* ? of Agriculture will arrive Lumti>u. agent for the old reliable of an amberjack weighing 41 pounds' I'i sT.'et. lint will In a *Jmrt. In:.e tali Sheen to H B. Saunders for $If::> n 1.2ofne1.4ofne1ofswl4ands1.3-

la the city today from St Louis and Bradley's goods. and measuring 4 feet, 10 Inches in I" rh.irf.> of the 1'nrrly! whtMi she I \\arranty deedden D Fort and -

t will be the guest of his old friend, Mr. I length while the other was" a red snap { will: have put in <"On
tt H.,E. Van Deman and )lr. M. S. fur The summary proceeding Institute per 'tlpplag the beam at 14 pound :' rlaps :mil fashionatili hoti I 1 airts in ne I 14 of section 9, township township IT !south range C: east.

.,tanks at their place three miles west In the circuit court several months Both these flsh were brought tack tc, I' The svne firm also' w 1101! l lot I 12 of ::v -on h, range 11 en"t.WarranlY Warranty deed Jas. Rouke to ,

of the city for an Indefinite. period. !ago to bring about a ,settlement between the dock and exhibited Besides'i 1: block C7 to John I I.. Llnoh.1m .1 le..i|, Julia A. Allen andIt Clara A. Uellly for $::.:+OU lots 1, 2. 3.

-I" .. ,- a lawyer and his client and In these fish the party also cirught 4 barracuda H Allen to William and Cfctellen I. 5: 6. 7. 8. :9, 10, of block 74. north.

For Sale.-The famous Toqnet which Geo. Zapf 8 grouper and 1 amberJack '! Legal Papers. ('''\ is{j for $ln0 lot 2, block 49: see Miami
wan plaintiff and Cot
V t oline marine motr>rL, The best In G. W. M. Williams : wclghin! ? 20 pounds tion' _::1.t lo..as-hip! ol soii'h. range:: II \\arrant) deed Laura 1e SUnQMackle
was defendant was
I w 'world for launches and for !Po8-j amicably 8"'tll..1 l Frl'oTIIIR'! was" :. Varrai.'v. deed!, Kdwiu P. I-nt and I I j I. ass and husband to W J. Ro-, Get
A. 1S..r2n.
use In calling craft Drop a not a suit in disbarment against CoL manufactnrer a enl(; > \\ ;ift() :Mrs!! Cora E. :Mrintvr for I l \\nrranlj. < e.'d, ,\. P. and Lucy 1'blony [. $J,(+00 part of lot I:, block 103, north

"t. .< esc lot 1':, bl-v kIll.! 1 fine'b, .-\" ...11'I\ IS.rohm; and J. R. Miami .

gave a demonstration of the use of Miami! I ,\niho.H Jr to R >twit K Sharahanf.r Warranty deed Fort Dallas Land
t I
\ Mr. and Mrs. Hellman.of New York. LAUNCH FOR SALE. Ibis article Saturday night on tht ;1 Xv'arni'iM' "''''''!. "'anln and Vlni.t: ; $1 1 "". <-tr.. !lot '.'. block 117. Miami. ('0, to .' A fivnn for $GOO lot 6 block

with their traveling companion, Mw es. -. baseball Rfo'inds adjacent to the J tie ;; I:. Cobb to \uiruslus( R. D. "ere for,I jla0 Warranty dud, Roland S. Kolb and I II i'M. n..rb.laml:

: Carrie swatters, who have been visitors Strongly built nod speed in thor tropolis- building! A big; fore of boxes. $ part of net t s.\I.'o! I-. township! aIf.to llC"hld'h for $1 etc. part Warr"1'Y! deed Mary and W !J

t In;;the city for some time past ough repair. Leigh 27 feet, beam barrels and other wood saturated with :53 son'b, ranee 4.;!'eait I ,.r lnt. I, seition 18! I'.n!>hip 53 smith Orl"\1\ !! ti John PrlcV Wethentl fol' ;

..,. will leave today for their Northernhome. 1.2 feet New Cozier 7 1.2 h. p. engine 51. kerosene oil, was started and after 1* ', treed I. J. 11 }{oily as (,Olll"'f.: 'ae 41 eati :: J It.'v J. 2., of block 4. and ri.arian; .

it DIr And Mrs. lIeU man are I. with two complete sets of parts, had gotten to blarlr: ? well, one package ; !! and H. 1-:. Tattle as rt'rellej: i u S I,. j ji I t'jmr\ .'laim dl..l.! C X. Newcomt. rlh'a.i .

much pleased and Infatuated with the j Including shafts wheels, pumps, re- of"the extinguishing' insredien'i PaiUTEon fr-r $5O part of lot 11, bins>> i l i and wif. ,, to Grove Newcomh:: tort i:i \\--ri"H I .,!Ji Nathan S. n,,;lit >M

'l: climate and other natural conditionsof 11 versing gears, eta also was applied the fames ImlI'-dJlI.teh'being ; ns: '' $ w I.2 cf lot 7 block !' '
I' ; a new lighter 17. Wear i I' i'-i: : !Leas; K B.-nnett, et a1. [or .$; '7m

i'4jI :Miami- and section. forty feet long twelve feet broad-win ..xtltt1)I'hpd.! The domonstratlon Warranty deed, Fun Pallas fan 1 Ib'arh.: I ,ixi I,'...'1 :* I Init-rrnt In nw l-i of acv
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:.fie' carry 1.000 crates tomatoes-with anchors was successful In every reppcct Co to James M. l..nneJ"r $t5rt; lot 1 rWo Warranty deed, Charlotte TIT! uv I j I 4 of n" 1 t ofuxtion 35, to. nsbtpI I

I t If :yon want to improve' your props I and all equipments. Write and the exfin nisber shown to be Invaluable k 1:3 and lot -block. 121 MHml: to Ceorpe 1. r'urrie for I"''I lot I: !i IS:; mnrb. tnsc43>> ea+tVirnn .
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r, and- need-to borrow money for the Ward G Foster. Palm Beach, or Robert around homes and business! Quit.Claim dtdV. G. IX-R"r-v t to'' Mock 2, Tiffany : \ y '. <-.!, 'I IJ Tatttm ti> Jobl::

try: Oto G Carrie AUllt'11ey-1 T. Kyle Fort Lauderdale where estaMfsbmertsf! Mr. Setrer ..... .' ', .. v
I Ii!' now \DJ-UF Marnn for $1, p > yir'n off o' r -d, Allxrt H Saw -. T- '" '!,., block! : 6;.
; ;:at-Iaw. West Palm Beach. 3X1 launch and lighter! nay be seen. ] prepared: to fill (orders for The same. th' aMt "" '1. "; :',

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r ( WINNERS syrup $3.Hughes. )ear' subscription Co. 2 boxes beans. 3 bags fertilizer. broidery. J K. Dom $1601Alice
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:; & Co., Miami, : I II slit Harris, Times-Union spinach W. \yalilln. Va. Car. Chem. Co., Bosch Cocoanut Grove canned

$5. yt'ar's Hubucripi'ion. boxes peppers, 2 bags fertilizer. goods E. A. Waddell $2.50. frI
crate eggplant, W. Waldin, :Miami S. Graham, best I Mrs. E. V. Blackman Miami cut
RECENTDADE COUNTY fAIR T M. Rickards Boca L. E. Infills. Ti.mea-l"DloD. sugarcane I
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society, best crate n-d I years subscription.A. Irish Potatoes, $2.50. flowers Soar Bros., $5.
I S. G. Merrick. Cocoanut Grove Julius Mrs. M. R. Fanreabe fabric
$5. KL'tD. Arch Creek, Timt'a -tnlolL R w,
f Smith 2 crates tomatoes, die painting. J. H. poatham. $3.
Officiallj Compiled By the Fair Promoters, and Published For the E. B. Mallon, Miami I squash year'n subscription. tionary. Mrs. 1.I Howard cut flowers

; pineapples $10; second J. Keen Arch Creek Tlmrnion I
and F. W. Kosel. Larkinn, F. Morse.I Stanford Shoe Co.. pair shoes.Geo. .
First Time Many Handsome Prizes Offered, first for best 12 subscription.
$5; society, |Isquash, years pumpkins $5. : W. Dillon, Miami, drawn work;

Those Who Captured Them. !In. T. J. Davane Arch Creek, Time C. E. Davie, Va. Car. Chew Co., 3 F. T. Budge Jardiniere.

r :Mrs. Switzer,' best crate Union M iiaoi squash year's subacriptlon. boxes grapefruit 5 bags fertilizer. Nellie Schofleld. geraniums Julius

L' Tbv (..Ib....inK arc the pr-mium winners C. J. Montgomery, Allapattab, firstJ. year subscription to Freeland Bros. Boynton. Hughes ft: Smith, album.
for exhibits at the Dade County A. McDonald carrots, $%.60. E. B. :Mallon. Miami. Mrs. J. \V. Wood. Times-Union, i: Co, crate onions, $2.50. Mrs. Blackburn, shell work Jno. ,

f. Fair recently held In this city: F. J. Devane, Arch Creek first J. A. : best peas year's Allapattah glasses jelly fears' subscription.Mrs. Freeland Bros. Boynton J. H. Seybold cake. ;w
i Mary Fritz M. W. Taylor Times-Union. 1! Mrs. E. B. 1IalI radishes $2.
Walter Waldin. Orange Glade; first McDonald crate beans $2.50; Cheatham ,
best snap tx-ung, years Jars pickles, .ear'l subscription.Mrs. c. D. Leffler. $2.
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Doane ft Raulerson
175. J. L. Garnett :
r nagler best display vegetables J. Keen Arch Creek, first J. A. McDonald -
Creek
H. S. ReaJ. Arb. ,
second Flagler. ., C. O. Hoax Times-Union. guava 1 crate onions, $2.50. Mrs. J A Lane I glasses Jamaica t>:
F. W. Kosel Larkln crate tomatoes $2.50.N. sub
Ion. wax beans, year's ''s
products, year's subscrlpUoo.i sorrel Jelly Cooler ft Horner 12.
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: vegetable $21 I Mrs. Raudabaugh, :Miami society ,
best display Burchard Miami first J. A. McDonald J. B. Merriu, Miami; i Stanton &: Honser, Little River silk Mrs. J. R. Scott Miami, china paint-
first worms $5.
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;fa Walter Waldin. Orange'Glade,
cabbage 250. year's snliscription: I Times-Union. oranges, year's Imb crip- I lag McAllister-Beck.: $2. :
Southern Express Co.. celery $10. W. Waldln, Orange Glade, Blacayne.!
Cbas. Switzer. first McCrimmon. J. B. :Merritt, '. I Uon. Miss Bertha Graham crayon work,
t H. T. Downing, second Southern Express Leather Co., crate beans $2. -
y < turnips. $2.50.L. base, year's subscription. A. W. Garnett. Hypoluxo. Times i W. H. Chaillo. $2.
Co, celery $5.j T. R. PInder. S B. Aultman prize I
L. Fornell. Buena Vista first Society. II. Sjostrom. },Miami first MeCrtmmon j J. II. lion!. Perrine, i Union, grapefruit, years subscription i sapadillcw, $2.50.W. j Mrs W. F. DelleravUle, burnt work AI

beets, $2.50. i caujiflo,..r,. )ears 8u Field Bros.. Times.Union lemons. I S. Sands Youngs' Pharmacy,I I Dade Co. Furniture Co. $S.
Irish potatoes, $15.
Society. Geo. Pub, first Knight Bros, bushel > N. Birchard. Kvenmt R i year' subscription. kohl rabl $1.00. Mrs. J. R. Finder Cutler. plt'kies' ,

A Schulz, AllapatUh.$10.S. second potatoes, half.barr"l flour I onions year' subscription. : T R. Pindcr. Times Union, citron. I II E. B. Mallon. Miami Dr. Enl. : J. E. Lummus, $2.
Irish I
W. Brown potatoes AllapaUab. third Society. N. MurJock.. first Blscayne Drug H. B. :Mallon Miami. I| years suhsrrlptlon.WiliKm i beets, $2. ; Mrs L. J. Lummus, Miami tatting.Dr. .

$5. Co. G varieties vegetables. $5. pq'pt'I'H. year's I & Flye. Miami TimisUnionI Fred Ellis Miami Youngs' Pharmacy : Enloe $%.
Irish potatoes
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A.. W. Garnett Hypoluio. first Society I S. G. Merrick, Cocoanut Grove first T. J. Devalue I I kumquats. year's subwrlptlon. I turnips $1. I Mrs. R. F Hoyl, ramla hat. R. F.

Bermuda onions, $10. :I :Mapes Fertilizer Co.. display vegetables plant. year's subscription. Hushes; &: Co., Miami, Times-Union. Freeman Bros., Little River Youngs I Hoyle, $1.
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1 ton fertilizer. G. F. Pack Miami Persian limes years subscription. radishes Mrs R. F Hoyl, raffia basket" It. .y
Pharmacy $1. I t
J. II. Bond, Perrine second Society : -
a Bermuda onions, 5. Gus Hooks Allapattab, first R. W. pers >car's subbcrlptlon.Win. Kobt Kllpatrirk, third society, box I A. M. Field, T. N. Gantier prize. 4 i F. Ho>le,. $1.

Society I Rhodes bushel sweet potatoes pair Lat-sib Larkin!!. I oranges, $15.Iainbart :>>. I vegetables $:t50I Eunice Hooks, :Miami guava jelly .
J. F. Bcrteshaw Larklns. first z
i shoes.H. peppers. )ear's & Dlmlck. West Palm I I W. H. McDonald, $1.
onions $5. I W. S. Sands Youngs' Pharmacy,
; S. Reed, Arch Creek Wilson ft: A. W Gnrrettt Beach, first Moiety box orange. $60 I: parsley, $1. Lillian Lofton hemstitching. C. H. a
V. McLewis, Larklns. first Society
1 strawberries $5. Flye. exhibit cabbage half.barrel flour. f Union potatoes, >enr's S. K. Browns Union City second i S. G. Merrick Cocoanut Grove, Miami I Gautler. $1.Unknown. J

ry E. B. MaHon,'Miami second Society J. C. Rickards, Boca Roton Judge A. W. Garnelt Hypolnxo. a society, box oranges. $3a. Transfer Co., radish, $1.. geraniums! P. Ullondorff.

Hejscr honey display. $5. tropolis, E'gVIant.ol'ar's! John Douglass, Miami, first society Freeman Bros. Little River :Miami i $%.50.
strawberries $2.50. B. S. G. :Merrick Cocoanut ,) i I Mrs L..M. Howard W. L. Dickinson *
b Walter Waldin. Orange Glade, S. box grapefruit $ro Transfer (' $1.25. '
0., radishes
W. M..Leasci, Larklns, first Society I I
manufactured goods $15. Altman, melon pawpams 250. emi Metropolis, crate Lainhart l iMmlck, West Palm : F. W. Kosel, Larklnsr E. O. Painter carnations pair ladies moccasins

C. O. Richardson Miami second Society Walter Waldin Orange Glade E. C. subscription Beach, second society, box grapefruit Co. cucumbers, 1 bag fertilizer.C. Mrs. :M. A. Griming, $msvSchneldman {
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Dearborn crate peppers $5. S. tl. Morr'ck! Cocoanut $35.:: Palmer Bros., $4.Mrs. .
manufactured goods, $10. i J. UftorJ. Larklns R O.
t' E. ,D. V. Burr, Arch Creek first Wilson C. O. Boaz. Perrine. John Sewell. 5 I ami News, lettuce ynar's | John Douglas; )Miami third society I &: Co., potatoes 1 bag fertiliser.Jno. J. R. PInder. guava jelly L.

ft Toomer tomatoes, 500 pounds varieties vegetables, pair of shoes. j Evening Record, KMatoes., I I box grapefruit $15. Rills Miami, E. O. Painter ft i Cohen, silk umbrella. ,
.fertilizer, ; Walter Waldin. Orange Glade, I scription Times-Union, | C. E. Davis, Miami first society Co. eggplant 1 bag fertilizer.A. Mrs. E. B. Malon., roses. first Grit

Youngs' Pharmacy, 1-2 dozen mustard I year's subscription ; citrus display. $CO. hug'Bros prize 24 budded roses. xti
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{ .Hughes ft; Co. Miami second Wilson I Keen, Miami. E. O Painter
beans, years subscription. Lainhart & Dimlck. West Palm Mrs. H. M. Howard roses second
;, Co. Vans. 1 bag fertilizer.
ft Toomer eggplant 500 pounds ,
fertilizer.; $1.J.. B. Merritt, Miami Transfer Co. I F. W. Kosel, Larklns ) I Beach, second society, citrus display Willie Ellu. Miami R. H. Seymour Grifflng Bros prize, 13 budded roses. ,

lettuce $2.50. oils crate tomatoce, $::15.I Lillle M. "1 lnton. embroidery ,
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Wilson & 1 celerj$3.
first
C. O. Boaz Perrine.
C. J. Wofford. Arch Creek. Miami tion; Miami News onions Lainhart Dimlck West Palm Raul- I Little Erma Cigar Store. $L
Tootner, 'crate tomatoes, 500 pounds j I Fred Bill, Miami, Doane ft
fertilizer Transfer Co, crate tomatoes $2.50. 'scription; Times-Union, E! Beach, third society, citrus display I erson. celery 250.: ''I Miss Stanley silk quilt Pierce ItHardle. 4

# Allapattah. Miami toes, year's subscription; : $I.
Mary Fritz. I' ; $i6.
S. G. Merrick, Cocoanut Grove. E. O. Mrk. Switzer AllapatUb, R. It
;' Transfer Co, 1 craw sweet potatoes. let, beans year's I-ainhart i Buick West Palm $2.00. Mrs. R. L. Abbott Miami knlttlag. '<
Painter crate tomatoes, 2 sacks fertil- i Seymour crate celery, ,
Uer. $2.50. i Walter Waldin. Orange I Beach, first F. E. O. Ry., box oranges, Mrs. W. W. Blackmcr, Delray, best J. R. Sawtelle, |L
W. S Sands, Danla C. H. Ranlerson, ami Metropolis, crate $25. Miss Lainhart. West Palm Beach
S. G. Merrick Cocoanut Grove first town exhibit, Mrs. Flagler prize, $25.
S varieties vegetables, $2.50. subscription; Miami Lainhart ft Dimick. West Palm cartoon. Bush ft: Safford. $2.
E. O. Painter crate peppers, 1 sack Mrs. W. A. Hooks, Mrs. Flagier. canned
fertiliser> C. O. Baas Perrine. C. H. Ranlerson onions year's Beach, first F. E. C. Ry. boot: grape goods. $15. Mrs. M. J. Jones, embroidery wb.

4 baskets tomatoes $2.60. Union celery, year's lub fruit $25. scrtption to Miami Metropolis. Y
B. H. Harris first Southern ExpressCo Mrs. T. R. Finder Mrs. Flagier. canned
J. C. Rickards, Boca Raton. R. M. riculturist, Irish potatoes, S. K. Brown Lemon City, E. O. goods, $10. ; Mrs. T. 'A, Farr. laces, sabscriptioa :,
tomatoes $15.
crate ; "
R. A. Bethea,'Arch Creek,-eecondSoutbern Smith, honey display. $S.- scription. Painter prize, box oranges. 1 sack Mrs. J. R Scott Mr*. Flakier, cocoanut to Miami Metropolis f
'f. C. LItUefield, Little River M. Mrs., Switzer. fertilizer. $5. Mrs S. 0. Vanlandlnjham. laces
Express Co. crate tomatoes, palm products
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Shanahan, 4 crates beans$2.50. Union, eggplant, yoar's Mrs. C. B. Crockett, Cocoanut Grove Mrs. A. Bassett. Mrs. Stagier kumquats subscription to Miami Metropolis.y ,

v '10. H. S, Reed, Arch Creek. M. Shana- Miami News, radishes ,. E. O. Painter prize box grapefruit, $5. Mrs McGn. Jamaica sorrel JQn,'
first
$ Walter Waldin Orange Glade
t ,flonthern Express Co. crate celery han, display Deans, $2.60. lion; Miami Metropolis, 2 sacks fertilizer. Miss Louise Carpenter Miami W. subscription to Miami Metropolis si

C. Switzer, Allapattab, W. W. Front years subscription. subscription'i Lainhart ft Dlmlck, West PalmBtach M. Brown portrait. $:5. Mrs. Ines Roberta. Miami. Sofa pO-

$15. Southern Express display radishes, $S. T. M. RI Drdl. Boca First National Bank prize, box Mrs. M. W. Berry, guava products low. subscription to Miami Metropolis. i
xs H. T. Do1nI.II1c..eeccmd Mrs. Kate' Blackburn pickles,., ..t.f,
$10. W. S. Sands, Danla Miami Realty ami Metropolis, lettuce oran** $5. Mrs. Flagier. $3
Co crate celery
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Co English Peas. $5. scription; Times-Union, : First National subscription to Miami Metropolis.
Kosel 8. Graham : John tJougla.Ilami., Mrs. A. W. Hooks, pineapple products
Larklns first
flf F. W. J. W. Woods. W. Watson, 1 crate subscription; Agriculturist Bank prize, box grapefruit $5. Mrs Flatter $5. Mrs. L. M. Wl tDtoD. marmalade ,
bushel sweet pas $2.60.
f; onions $2.50.H. tatoes. year's subscription "I- John Douglas Miami M. D. Price Mrs. A. W. Hooks mango products, subscription to Miami Metropolis.Mrs. .
8. Bands Dsnis first Geo. Butler.
W. ,
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3. R. Miami
Ellis subscripUoa
eS 1 varieties vegetables, $150. Jarrott, Frank Gallat 1 crate Umatoes > Mary Fritz Allapattab, : prize, box grapefruit. $5. Mrs.. Flagler. $5.I h
$L60. yams year's subscription; Lainhart ft Dimick. West Palm +I i Mrs. A. Bassett. cryuulized fruits, to Miami Metropolis. :
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,' H. .8. Reed Arch Creek first Mrs. Cora A. Rickards subscription .',
'I catsup
S. G. Merrick. Cocoanut Grove, tropollsi kale, year's Beach. Grifflng! Bros, citrus display Mrs. Flagier. $5. ,
Butler crate tomatoes, $!M.
Miami .
Frank Gaunt bushel sweet potatoes T.. J. Ptte ford, A1 Mrs. to Metropolis.Mrs.
$20. looks pickles
/ first I :Mrs. W. A. I
L. LlWefielct; Little River,
a $1.60. )Metropolis "parsley, C. O. RtchardPoo. Miami. Miami Flagier. $5. W. 11. Cbaine, best tidy subscription t,
J. H. Tatum, strawberries, $..50.
Walter Waldin Orange Glade, first L. E. Ingles, Biscayne Leather Co., I tlon; Times-Union, I'I News box grapefruit. year's sub I Mrs. E. B. Milton preserves Mrs. IL to S.Miami Downing Metropolis.Mrs. kumquat. pratserves -

1 crate tomatoes, $J. subscription; Agriculturist scription. Flagler, $5.
H. C. Budge turnips and cabbage i
to Miami NewtMrs.
H. S. Reed, Arch Creek. Juo. Kit: I er, year's subscription 1 1 Lainhart Dimick. West Palm I :Mrs. J. A. Lane Jellies. Mrs. Flag subscription .

1 12.00.Walter Waldin. Orange Glade first Co. 1 cute tomatoes $4. D. J. Pearson. Miami Beach Seminole Club, box oranges. Jer, $5.Mrs.. I subscription. J. R. PInder to Miami, guava News.marmalade.

J. H. lay, Miami. Jno. Nix Co., 1 onions year's Mrs.
< Patterson ft Erwin crate beans, $5. $5. : Emma Offer, ,carving Mrs. Alice Ellis, guava cheese subscription
crate $4. turist, okra. sears box .
Willie Ells .Miami first a C. Frisson. beans ; E. N. Dlmlck, gemlnolu Club Flagler. $5. to Miami News.Mrs.

pe 6 bunches of turnips, $2.50. Stanton ft; H. Little River first Society Union cauliflower year's grapefruit $5. Mrs. R. L. Abbott, Miami, knit laces, : K
M. Roberts, guava preserves, t
Walter Waldin;Orange Glade, first turnips, $2. I L. S. Rader Miami. Lainhart Dimlck, West Palm \ :Mrs Hunter U.& subscription to Miami News.

O. C. Frissell. cabbage and lettuce Stanton ft H. Little River second : tomatoeS. years .ub ; Beach Soar Bros, citrus display $20. '1 Mrs, M. E. Mozt-11, Miami lacen, Mrs., Lillian Lefton. tomato psiserves

Society turnips, '1. I. culturist onions, years Lainbart D tmick. West Palm yir Hunter $:.50.

$1.50.N. Walter Waldin, Orange Glade, first S W. Brown : Beach, second Roar Bros.. citrus display I Mrs. .:. Rutherford )Miami subscription to Miami News. "t.t'I
.. M. Murdock. first J. T. Wood- : laC'H.1 i Ira. C. O. Boss violets, subscription. '.
:7 ruff <,varieties vegetables, $5. Society. 6 beads cauliflower. $2. year's subscription; $10. I Mrs. Hunter, $:.50. I to Miami News.Mrs. ,, Aci.
A. W. Garnett, Hypoluxo. first First J. D. )Merritt first Society 6 heads bage years subscription. ; S. K. Brown Limon City. Brady ftCo I II Mrs. A. Kinssley. rugs Mrs Hnn- : subscription
crochet
I I i. J. H. Gray, laces ii
C. J.
Montgomery,
Yt', National Bank bushel onions, $So lettuce. $2. I box oranges. $i ter. $:.50. I to Miami News. 4s.

0 .*. a O. Merrick, Cocoanut Grove first W. B. Lee. second Society. 6 heads sley, year's bubscriptlon i,. Mrs. C. B. Crockett. Cocoanut Grove i iI Mrs. C. M. Brady palmetto work. i i I I Mrs. Burchard. centerpiece nab, r.

t First National Bank, crate bean[. $5. cauliflower $1. I I C. J Montgomery, !I I I first Gus Muller box graiefruit. $2.50.i i Mrs. Jackson $:'53.Ira. I,| scription to Miami News. j

J. Keen Arch Creek first First Na- Stanton ft H, Little River second gar cane year's IIub I I I :Mrs. C. R Crockett. Cocoanut O.-ove. I ) Vanlandlnithain. sofa pillow, I Mrs. Mathews gooseberry ID&r'ID.a1;1

J ,tonal Bank bushel of potatoes $5. Society 6 heads lettuce. |LQ. L. H. Sjostrom }Miami second Gus '''1I1pr. box grapefruit Mrs. Jackson, $=.50. lade subscription to Miami N,,,.. .'

4 S. G. LJttlefield. Little River, first T. Palk, first Society 1 crate of i I lettuce year's $:..50.I Willie Ellis, flowers, S. Graham.: Mrs. E. A. Lofton, tatting subscripltlon tl

R B. Gautler, spinach, $2. beau $4. I turist. beets, year's aub i I F. taiiX. Dr. Stoirgn, kumquats, $5.1 i $:t50. to Miami News.

Walter Waldin, Orange Glade, first L. H. Sjostrom, Miami first Society, Gus Hooks Allapattab, I i:i Mr l:. 11. Crockett Cocoanut Grove ; Clara Lowe roses. S. Graham. $1.50.I I Composition on the Future of Miami -' ,'t

R. B. Gantier, beets and cabbage, $3. 1 crate peppers. $1.50. turnips, years IUb .I I Dr. SKflgtsn. box grapefruit $y. I II S. P. HCJIMT. cut flowers S. Cra-. : First Society prize Miss Elener ::

Walter Waldin. Orange Glade first J. H. Bond Perrine., first Society turist, oranges year's i iI I| J..1 Ellis Miami, Agriculturist,box' ham $1.00.Miss Mills, $2; second Society prize, Emma 'Ii4

J. S. Frederick, cabbage beets and green onions, $%. I H. S. Reid. Arch Creek ,'I grapefruit, year's BiibwrlpUon I II Louise Carpenter painting. H. Wayt $1.Society. ..:JI

t turnips, $5. Walter Waldin Orange Glade, Fort ion, turnips year's T. M. Rlckanls, Dora Ratone. first !! T. Whaler 115,00. '
I spec-nil. Miss S. V. E. Yl -'
L. H. Sjostrom Miami first Antho- Dallas National Bank artistic display culturist, grapefruit, r I.[ society\ kumquat display $3 Mrs W. W. Blackmer. Pelray,I len, $1: .

-i njr-Romfh Co., largest cabbage pair vegetables $25. ton T. RirkardH.. Bora Raton.. seel : canned goods E. L. Brady $5.00.. Society'sand mays: First l'adr;"
shoes. Stanton & H., Little River, first A. Keen, Arch Creek i l niul WWII"Iy. KunujiiM display 11.50. Miss :McFarland. Miami, laces. BIs-
I Clements $!: second, Chas. Cbrist m-yi;
Walter Waldin, Orange Glade first Society vegetable oysters $2. okra. years subscription: I }1. Urtckell )Miami first society cave Thug Co., $5. len, $1. *:.....

J. W. Cardy,J heads lettuce 25 feet Stanton ft; H. Little River, Prst Society ist, lemons. >ear's l limes, $!..tlllI Mrs. It. L. Scott, embroideries Red! Second Grade color work: First'f"

galvanized gutter. beets, $2. I O. IL Moyer, I i S, K. Brown. Lemon City, -wcond.So- Cross Pharmacy $S.Mm. .
I SocIety John Mathers. $1; second. \
c C. O. Boaz. Perrine. Hughes ft; Co.. j j Walter Waldin. Orange Glade second j I year's subscription; 1 'elery( lahlla limp. $2 Emma Offer, oil painting First \ Eva Clark. 60 cents. .

crate tomatoes, $1.60 j Society. 1.% bushel beets $1. water melons year's : C. E. Davis, Mtomi. society largest t! National Bank $5. Miss Kate Colyer's Primer. Be; :'

L. Fornell Buena Vista. first Bank I Walter Waldin. Orange Glade, first I C. O. Richardson }, grapefruit $3 Miss Lindley Palm Beach, tainting, I ment: Color printing. $1.50. ,.,...

Bay Biscayne bushel Irish potatoes, Society 12 bunches beets, $2. Uclon. onions year's i C. E. Davli, !Miami: society largest : F. Morse $5. Future of West Palm Beach: First j

'10. S. G. Merrick Cocoanut Grove first Agriculturist, cucumbers, j orange. $J. K. M. Long roses, C. R. Watson $5. 1
No. 4 second prize
I prize, no name. ; "
S. C. LltUefleld, Little River, first' Society, radishes. $1.50.D. I I scription.N. H. S. Potter. Miami society, largest :,. Unknown secon-i best roses C. H l I, no name No. C; honorable t1IeJ1tto1 .. .,)
I' S.. Pearson. Allapattah. first Society : Bouchard. :Miami I dI
Bank Bay Biscayne: crate celery $15. I !lemon, $:t.t Watson $3. i No. S. 1a.

C. W. Lee. Miami first R. 8. Flanagan 4 quarts English peas $2. pineapples years !t Lainhart t Dlmlck, Wes' Palm K M. 1.0111:. 'hlr.l best rose. C. HWatson. I I, -i.(

,.display parsley $:t60. I Stanton & Hou. r. Little River first culturUt radishes year's j Beach society king oranges $5.I $2 Safe Couch Medicine for Child...... .:::.1

h ,'. C. W. Lee, Miami, first R. 8 Flans society carrots $2. I, '. B Lee Times-Union I T. J. Pltchford J, H. Tatum prize Mrs. Inez RobuM. best display cro I! _

gas, display squash. $Uo. I C. J. Montgomery' Allapattab. first r I subscription; i I 6 paw paws, ?;.50M. c-hotted: IIIL'*.*. t:. R. Douglas, dress In buying a cough medicine :foil.

E B. MaUon, Miauji.. first L. Granger &society stalks sugar cane $2. j er, year's subscription. : Brickell. f\l\ml.\ first society pattern, $". I Jilldren never. be afraid to buy ChaJ ,;!"

c display pine., $2. I 8. G. Merrick Cocoanut Grove first I Fred Ellis, Miami | aapadlllns, ,'.'. Mm ( Fandell. fancy work W. M |i !erlain's Cough Remedy. There t.' r

: M. W. Taylor, first Gamier Bros. society display sweet potatoes $1.60 English peas; year's ; S. K. Bnmn, Ix-nion '':1'1. second Burdlne. dress, $5, no danger from It and relief Is always '?a

bushel potatoes 1 case beef. I, H. S. Reed Arch Creek first Society: .I Times.Union. beets, ,. .!! society sapadlllos, $1. 'j I' Mau Ur,rkell. )Miami cut flowers,i 1 rare to follow It Is especialvaln->*|,

;,. ? A. Keen Arch Creek Harney ft Co.. summer squash $1.50.J. Lion Freeman Bros Lit!I.. River first I E B. i tonkas! hut, $i.Mrs. i able for colds croup and whooping. wl t tj

y : crate tomatoes $.50. II. May, Miami first society best I r... FornU. Buena \" society guavas, $2. J. C Rert..shaw, :Miami roses consh For sale by Red Cross :Phar--1'

A. Keen Arch Creek. Harney ft Co. 6 flat cabbage 2.00.J. I Union c&ntdoup.year's i S. K. Brown Lemon City second 1! John t-.tssl!!, sh
crate potatoes $%J O. H. Mar :Miami first society, best t W L. Sands Danla. |, society. gunvss $1 l. Mrs (' F Pullard, 6 articles lace,.I t >

C. J. Montgomery, Allapattah. first cabbage, $2. brussels sprouts, year's M, Brickell. !Miami first society '! liranJow Urnpl >tos J1", '' Now that the tourist season Is about'''

C. D. Leafier, peas half-barrel flour. J F W. Kcsel Larkin first Society, Freen.anBros. Little I i manicee apple $ i' Mrs. W. A ilo3s: tomato products, I j over Mlami.ins can have a breathing; I

' S. G.,Merrick, Cocoanut Grove, firstJ. best display cucumbers. $3. Union, radicles, years i S. K Brown I.omon city lint society But lia- i vjnart- rman. picture: $:i. spill: and begin preparations fort 1 :
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N. Lnnunus, 6 varieties vegetables S. C. LIttlenetd first society, Little J. H. :May Miami, 1 I ..' loqurts $3: :Mr Gay Mi"'calf, Palm Beach, cent summers building and dneJopm

halt-barrel flour. River. Georgia Collards $1.50.J. radishes years' s'lb ; ?. K. Brown, L,-icon City Va Car |II..r plrcf. Wells & Graves, ht. J3. that promise to eclipse any and ;..,

"t Freeman Bros:, Little River, first J.' CL Rickarda.. Boca Ratoac firttsociety' C L. LiUlefield.! Little i Chain. Co. ': box; oranges S bags fer Mrs II T Raulerson.: :Miami drawn mar summers In the history of thely

' .r .. ,. L:McDonald:, beets $2.50.. display honey $5. 4 Union lima bean! year's I ill!I!,-.r, I work. J. K. Dorn, $150.( I :Magic CItf.t .
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4 3 J.W' elPatessoa It in now G. Duncan Drossier, 1st |!t _
". F. S. T. '!
_r I, LJrut Co. L., 2ud regiment GROVES
the hunor having been unanimously ;i IMPROVED FARMS

'do =r u-=..lA- ; conferred at a meeting of the company. |i!I 40 acres pine and'hammock onMiami 10 acres 5 year old trees, 1,000 20 acres 4 room house servant house 400 trees, 150 beting' on rock

ATTORNEYS AT I i more generally known as :Miami River ........ ....-3600.00 trees 800 bearing ..... ...S5.000.00. road, on time. ..................... . '.' ...... ......13.000..

'LAWI I! Riflei. last night. !i' 10 acres land .'.. ..... .......$450.00 5 acres, 6 year old trees, house 8 acres of pine and hammock, set In trees, pineapples, eta tine
WUl practice la all ooar a.state and FcdrrtlItad :, The honor tK>bto riJ u'OnIr.: Brosj j' 350 trees bearing. . .t3.500.0020acre land, on time ............. .. . ............ .... $1,80000.,
I r; ''lpeo1&1 t.c!'_' ...for uamlIID..Dc1 erlect.lnc the efficient j 1 1sler. 5 acres land .... .... ........9500.00 35 acres 10 under cultivation.200 bearing trees. 7-room house
life is
: Titles who in pn\atc I IoJ year-old grov .. 3000.00
,).81)izJT: Miami. Fla. \. riiirq innngT of the Metropolis, : 22 acres pine and prairie en 6-room house, 5 300 on rock road near R. R.
acres land
: .-amemir..>U- unsolmiert," and as a : railroad .. . ... .....$500.00 bananas, 200 30 acres land, pine and prairie water front, 1,500 tree small
p. T. SEAaas. D. : surprise Mb to himself and friends, i I orange trees. .S2.500.CO house, bargain ............ .. . ... ... ............$2.500.1IFURNISHED t

Offire 'iflth E d CroM P&annarcoroerAw the: first icf rmatlou he had of his be- ,

j' itdeme 14tb f tree i c-omius' a scl-lkr' and an offlcer in thearhtary HOUSES BY THE YEAR OR SEASON FOR $150 AND UP. T'

C FIRIDA.. srnIe of th> Slate of Florida : BEAUTIFUL WINTER HOMES ON BAY OR RIVER AT REASONABLE PRICES

-_MIAMI.____ _____ '0 i being when the company, after IbeI I ENTIRE CHARGE TAKEN OF RESIDENCES KEEP UP INSURANCE AND PAY TAXES.Only .
i
DL J. M. JACKSON, J.. i meeting: : and led II y Us cdrjent 'om i

OFFICE: S wander, J. Frank Jam'.on, marched to :
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FIRE
his rvsidence on Ninth street and getting IN"SURA.N"CE
HOTEL. BISCAYNE BLOCK, A"K. D I :
of -if hilarity
'. him out bed gently I
g", MIAMI. FLORIDA. 1 I and enthusiasm can be so called- II
) the
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*.* rrt I comjmnie: represented. Here are some of them.
; QL L L CHAFER, ![broke the news to him" I ;

r| Mr. Drossier, entirely abashed and I LIVERPOOL, LONDON & GLOBE INSURANCE CO. OF NORTH AMERICA FIREMAN FUND ORIENT, NEW YORK UNDERWRITERS (Hartford)

j DENTIST. surprised; accepted the honor conferred Hanover, GERMAN ALLIANCE, ETC. "
f (Sire im brvrlUBulldiKf. OB Tlfll !' under the i iI !
and in the b<>vcrftise.> : r .
t r lfrt. I I CAN INSURE YOUR DWELLING. FURNITURE BARN, STOCK MERCANTILE BUILDING .
FACTORIES.
J. : 1 circumstances, thanked the company
"' MIAMI. FLOIRDA. OFFICE FIXTURES, ALSO THE TI TLE OF YOUR LAND. -
1 i j for the recognition and promised! to .

# r H. T.ATXINSOH, I extort his every effort in Its furtherance '! _ID :::! ... R..eal Es'ta'te

and creditable maintenance. j rJl.I 'r" ia -= =
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hATTORNEY.ATrLAW.d; I The new lieutenant Is a son of Col.' en.cv .

KxamiaaUua of Title. I I F. C. Broasier, of Key Vest for I s
C Moury l-nhlw In Dfflre.Offlc I I
colonel of
t. la Be well Bulldlnf number of years lieutenant UNITED STATES. I Cotton Associations Combine. f9oooooooooooc !
oooooooooooozivzr
I I the second regiment! and but recently
t|' MIAMI. FLORIDA AtUnia.: March 21-A telegram front
I I made its commander by the ieslgna-_ Sends Ultimatum to Venezuelan Government I'rtsideut Jordan announces the consolidation
w. GBAMLIHO, removal from the State of t
tlon and
DB- I of the Southern and National

t Colonel J. N.: Bradshaw. His mllliarycarE't'r I Cotton ASIO'laUons. The pa- : : :: :
ParsiciAX"Orricc Asa :5t: Otor.
began in 1SS8, when as marker I
: Wl1IeDl8t ". Caraccas March %l.It .- I IHTS for the merger have been oQ- '

ix MIAMI TELEFHONE B'LIM. be joined the Key West Guards. From is announced from Caraccas that daily signed and the ,,'ork11I now -- .." ) )

;- Hours from 9 a. m.to 4 p. m. that he- went up to bugler and later the Venezuelan' Government has received be carried on by the Southern Cotton I n

MIAMI. Ft*. attend the Lake City Military College, a note from the American minister Association.! r
x r where he became profflclent In the requesting an answer when Venezuela Is rapidly going to the front as the leading -

QILLESPIE ENLOE,Dentisti manual of arms. He baa never bore will arbitrate the questions Mayor Henderson Dead. city in South Florida. Everybody

rank before, but in hie experience u and that In of is to Miami.
OFFICE Hocnwr pending saying case a going Now is the time to
-,.;,"- 900A.M.totiW P.M. a member of the ranks acquired that refusal the United States" Governmentwill Birmingham. March 18.-A special
i : prriCX lo FrlMell Bonding SlftW Utb 1N.LEsLDZNCE.Mk secure a choice location either for busi-
BtB ar jJooletwdI knowledge necessary to proficiency feel free to take such steps as are from Anniston says that Mayor Hen
in the higher offlcesvtf military life ness or reeidence. Choice locations in
r, MIAJU.FLOBIDA.H. necessary to secure Justice. derson of that city died suddenlythis

W. YABTExS, L D, and to which he will no doubt prove The Charge d'Affalrs of the Netherlands morning of congestion of the the city for sale by : : ; -; : : : i

creditMr. has advised the Venezuelan Coy brain. He attended to hit duties yesterday

.0$ HoncpaUl.18t.: Brassier U today receiving the ernment that Holland will use coercive and was cot taken 111 until

.& Mil OTTK: f'rIMeU Building congratulations of bin many friends on measures In view of toe tact that mldn hl. He was one of the most FORT DALLAS LAND
Boon.t to 4 p.m. fortune and the CO.oocooooocxoJOXOOOOOJQOQ
his on
good company
Northern Alabama.
BCEK Viir &n MIAMITstepboa she has been unable, to secure from prominent men In .
4 selection of 1st lieutenant.FIRST .
Its wise a
+M. fuaaiPA. Venezuela die release from improaonment : : ) (

8. FREDERICK, of five Dutch savors who have Ashore on Mol..ee.Ree'. k

2 JOB TARPON Of THE SEASON been illegally imprisoned seven: Key (Vest, Marrt %.-A three mast. Call on Or i ?*,
ENGINEER
CIVIL
Br -- months by order of tha. government ed schooner is reported ashore on Molasses :rOHN.J3. rTT-T-Y. :T. 33.VicePre. INGIi8H1 Id
: AND SURVEYOR. Caught by Capt. Chas. Thompson at around Apent. Fort !n
li 1I.l..Pubhe Reef. Wreckers are *., Fort Dallas ,
State at La..... PAtwntton "
for
Laud
Palla. Co.,
'O. irlTn$Sab-DlTliiBI LtrfOSc I'r& I
-. *oer PaMofllr*. l'anR.Iarcb. : 21.-The foreign, once of the vessel! are at present
FLORIDA.
; :; MIAMI. Mr. B. ocoooooooooooooooooo
Senator J. N. Camden and
says that the French Minister at Ca- unknown.
fl. RICHMONU Spillman of Parkersburg W. Va., and
's. rnocas has presented France's ultimatum
}& their guest, W. R. Bacon,of New York
Venezuela AUTO RACING TRACK
to and that not a
f' REAL ESTATE. afternoon I' :rn4,4Me. *
< returned to port jesterday war vessel has been sent to Venezuelan ; o
) 'ftoEHT_ PERRINE CHANT'....ND COMPANY from one of the most enjoyable cruises I waters \V Morgan: the automobile and 3

c NOTARY PCBLIO of the seasott to the waters of the lower au'obont racing enthusiast promotingthe r;
AT 1AKOEJCTLEK The officials the
;c STATE are displeased at
FWRlDA.GEO. coast'aboard the yacht Barracuda reports gh'1 out and Intimates that port In Florida In an interview fvIt.L111EL. i ii r

I Captain Charles Thompson command the VnltPd State" occupies th. best with the St. Augustine Urcord on the

t; I. A. WORLET, .'ing. position to send warships there, owIng outlook fur the spot sat!, In part:

ATTORNEY AT LAW.Owral On' this cruise the party had phenomenal to the distance and length of timeIt This automobile race business ax & J )'A. .Atul4hO!
luck fishing, and besides far as Florida is concerned Is boundto i i
would take others do end
also
prartim. In i(Ut.and Federal Courts to so ....... .
40 iNtuBeu cntnuiod win receive prompt at- .catching a number different varietiesof on account of the long time that negotiations spread, and I see not reason why Q.I .I -....

I:_. 'Cio.OQae, Brown'i BundloK Are.D and 1Mb 8t I'f denizens of the deep, captured the between the United States there should not be 0J: -b1if dozen I 1.1 C/ l..t 4.LJ I t/ -i, vJ..tL trI :

MIAML FLOIUDA..J honor of landing the first tarpon or Venezuela tournament cn the Florida East Coast v/f' fJj
;1 I and have: been pending, '
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"silver king" pf the season. It was whereas the French :.f proper facilities! can be obtained. 'c: 'r-. j/ to. oD.
la ofcomparathely
T.SANDERS controversy / /
JAMES caught off Lower :Matacnmble Island I Miami. the flourishing end of the J..r t .T 1 *
recent origin end not i A
'J ATTORNEY AND and though unveighed, went to the I decided the courts. State's city, Is bound to give a big /
yet by
j ":'" COUNSELOR AT LAW.OommmUl neighborhood of 100 opunds. Numerous motorboat tournament next winter -/.. Vt
At noon today neither the foreign I. zj: SoO*
: sod Real EiUM ..... Arcot tot others" were hooked by the part | office the Cable and they are also figuring on buildinga -t r1 Ld a '
and Del-wit Co.B tlDorc.Md. or Co. have rec"'ed'I
Fidelity but unfortunately they succeeded In fast mile automobile circular
1
Omc I*WATtox BUKX. Ixxk Box<3 a report of the decision of the Carac rob
e MIAML FLORIDA. ,t throwing the hook and getting away. 'I cas court upon the Cable ro'a. conces with banked corners so that lrnCk.1 f-h.? ; (- 11r rc: ;-- {

J They are reported numerous there at stone speed can be made on It. I bare o -.

MITCHELL D. VKICE : Card Sound and la Steamboat creek. confidence In Miami and Us ability to

m ,e. The party will return to the same locality I do things and I would like to see that j .' ( / '
Fled From Plague.New 7.
'fr a Attorney at Law and Solicitor tomorrow or next day better 1 York, March 18.-A Herald dispatch track built, BO that those of the racingmen d
in' Chancery armed for ,their capture and expectto that like the mile track game
I>&)'s that owing to the bubonic
': Offlot Balrbrtt Uldft. UUML. FLA land a number of these beauties. can proceed from the Ormond-Oayto- I Drake Produce Co.. Miami. Jaudon Ilroa.. Miami.
: plague hat not more than 500 of the
.1: Besides" the tarpon Senator Camden 20,000 nil' beach to Miami and win fame and Brown A Moody Perrine. Tweedell Bros., Cutler. .
% of the
.:l.: W.: C. MAYNARD, landed an: Immense Jewflsh weighing inhabitants of Fisague. prizes In that flourishing city.OUl A J. Hnskev, Little Kiver. U II. O. Sjo!trum. Hallandale.
India remain In .fthe city. All who are R. E. McDonald & Co., Fulford
"j 350 pounds, and Captain Thompson able have fled. T. M. Richards Boca Raton Stranahan & Co., Ft. Lauderdale. '

''..,?,o harpooned a swordfish measuring 1} M. G. Lyman. Lantana. IJojnton & Parker, Boynton.

,,4'...:' I feet from tip to tip the saw or sword, Jew Uprising. I 08,11 U.SVe

\ t being about Ore feet in length. Both Borlsoe, Russia, March 20.-A forceof LOOK FOR THE LABEL

'fi.J, ., ); of these flsh were brought back to dragoons has started for Boriaoiana \ want a description of

_;:,'i-. JEWELER AND ;iOPTICIAN. the city, and were swung op at the where armed Jews are reported to your real estate for sale. FREDK. S. MORSE

Perfect flttinc. easy Wearing glaesee Royal Palm dock where 'they were have killed the chief of police and a ,

i are a great comfort. With our exten- photographed by Chamberlain, the number of his assistants.Drowned We.want. a description of
and Urge
Idle
expenencethere
; ar.paratu...., work. lncr' mLftonable. photographer where they have your houses for rent.
We rrpair Vatcbes, Clocks, since been on Inspection, many tourist at Sea. REAL ESTATE

4.l,.j: .Jewerly and I3pecta lea. A portion or(.. visiting the dock and securing kodak New York, March 21.-Andrew M. We want to show you !some T
Located ATn
'year trade s>ked for. on -
*, ,. D between lith and IStb 8U.r pictures of them. The swordfish Griscom, of Philadelphia, who disappeared bargains, if you. want to Offices up stain, Cur. Are.C and It th St.
Is the first of Its kind and size ever
from that city several weeks
W. C. MAYNARD.t ,
f erta4 AradoaM OmieUn brought into this port ago and who was supposed to.be In buy anything in our line. Miami Dade Co., Florda.

t+h5- In connection with the tarpon and Europe, committed sluclde by Jumping We want to show our ____ n
you
I resulting from the expression of some from the steamer Minnetonka

j''rI that It was not caught. Captain Thompson while at sea on the 19th Inst. list: of house.-* to .mit.We AGENT OR LANDS OFZ ,
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1:, J has posted the' following notice atthe I sell hour011! Florida East Coast! Railway Co.
tj easyterni
Royal Palmdock, : MRS. VARDAMAN DEAD.
':,'.';;;. Re p YUII..PCIIIDCL Wf.M_ R. EE'-rcaacg&Aaa ItETU"ED. "As there has been so much disputeas Jackson Miss.. March 18.rrs. >. Let UN how; you. Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co.

,' TMt LOwesT.*,M M.ibM>--for Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co
to there caught by
; """ ; being a tarpon :Mary Vardaraan, mother of Governor ,farms
I We sell]
...... __ rurtm tiUaltnd thmort_betura ADVt ill" our party with rod and reel; I will put Vardaman of this State, who lived at
n*..u4*oia.fr",. TKAOIJ .*..Pwoai *:* up $500.00 that we did catch a tarpon the executive mansion dropped dead suit. Come and se us.
**4 cornncMT qtuOppon <1T awai.A
!''iJ *U. ..Plrtefrt Office with rod and reel, if any man will corer this morning In the bath room. 1
'I :f fi WA HINOTOM. O. C. it with $50.00." She was in apparent good health We :sell or exchange everything //NowstheTime :

I
pt: when she arose this morning. She ; in the: ,
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"' ASSAULT AND ROBBERY. was about C5 ycarjs of atC, and was I II

:b'r(1! ,I JI former postmistress of Greenwood under -I Real Estate Line. To Plant Orange Trees

:tAI- 0 Chattanooga March 20-Mai Pruett. the administration of President
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1 the Southern Express Company's messenger Cleveland. The various departmentsand & Homer and Grape Fruit .
\ State house are closed today to Cooley r
KILL THE COUCH on the Southern Railway train I

AU CURE-THE LUNCS for Memphis, which left here at 8:10. her memory." ,. Also Rose Bushes for Winter Blooming

o'clock this morning; was assaulted by J

t WITH Dr1King'st express messcnegr Will Thomas a few ;'I Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrGve's I And all other ornamental trees and shrubs 1

miles from this! city. I I Please call or trite for descriptive catalogue) anJ'other
t"( Thomas claims the affair was the result information.

t g New Discovery of a personal difference. Pruett

r; ONSUIPT10N Fries claims robbery was the motive. I I GRIFFING BROS. GO.

FOR OUGHJaBs B0e <.$1.00 Two packages!; of money and one
; OLDS Fret TriaL of vouchers are tnl *Ing.
\ retorted
I Tasteless Chill Tonic POMONA NURSERIES-
l +,1-1 Sorect and Quickest Core for all Thomas applied the emergency brake
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THROAT and LUNG TBOTTB11S8 i and Jumped from the train, but was Main office Nursery nice,

or I ONEY BALL captured later. 1 No-Cure-No-F y. SO ce ts. Corp AvcC anA 12tli !Stwup stairs Little River. Fla.n.1 .
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Board of I,' ::5:13: F.1l Stm Per diem and mile mf'm. Bd. 19.:0 I I I1:5U FORT DALLAS NATIONAL adopted by the Legislature) and approved .

Financial Statement. of County } : K \\'. J. PaJTI..h. Per diem and mile. mew lid 15.:0 by June 2nd. 1899..

25: ::" W1.: urdlne. Per diem and mile. memo 8<1. Z 00:5t. BANK SECURES CITY BONDS The granting of the rights and privileges

i Public Instruction. : \.: H K hail . 'id'otals fur l\.l.. and SUI.t t.Gt hereunder Is upon the express k

STATE OF FLORIDA COUNTY OF DADS ;:519: :Miami Printing Co. I'nntn! and slat..m'nt. ::;.19 condition that the Miami Street Railway -

ff Miami Fin March 1. Wl.To :! :.:11'' .. ]laud. Darron. . Attending ASt'ialion i.GS Continued( from first page.) Company obligates Itself as follows '

e I 2531 Kate Coyer . . \H..ltn" AswKistiun : foj :
4on. B.:C. )),, rb..nl. 'l-Tt k <"imut I'ourtSir :
tvmp'iaiio.with' Sit-ti..u ;:. Chapter t.2.:::: [':1\\ <. of Flon-la. web .n the discharge of their duty going To give the City of Miami or Its

: iy.i.-iu,., with >ou lh--f<41:,.. in;\ II' m jx..il f.namitiltat.-nt of till wlirxjlp i iol.ll \\'u'lIurt\ >14 . . . . . . ttiJi: ; 77 .o and returning from area free of assigns the Tatum dra"brldg4 across

,.Vc 'prrtred. IIt'llr"l.nniu"" made and warrants isuwi for the month I i bor>,.". ae a'.so: aree to pa) to ihe cit> the river ou Twelfth stree reserving
{ RUiSUNSLPPORTtKSOf\ ru([ FULFORD DOTS. ihn right to use for Its lines
of rf' Mlan.\ D. 1905. I per cent. of. the cross earnings from same car
c "i r,,; :h. 2Mb: day
1 Recapitulation of County Fund. date of commencement of operations for the term of thirt)' .years and agre

BaJanc.r; 'rea.ury A" ,...1' last statement . .S 2 9.4S I I Items Personal and Otherwise from and 2 per Vent. after the expiration of Ing to keep it In repair provided It

P f-jr'jiionth as ttcmizei1! 1..1':1.. . . . 703.47 (Continued from pas; one.) This Progressive; Litle Place. ". years: the ranch's! to be framed shall be made free for highway. travel.

: R.Warrants ijits outstanding this date . . . 22054.64: S22SC: ; 5:1 I I Quito a 'ul of tomatoes an I other I Ii in accordance with the State Uw, a* And also at the option of the city to

I, Warrants outstanding a* per last report . . 1S)>SG.05 i ,general staff doubts the ability. of Oyamas i vegetables arc being: shipped from this 10 terms and duration, with privilege locate or establish within a radius of
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faiinuoil soUIers'with the 1118culty : place. f five miles of the city a cigar factory
T Total warrants drawn this month as itemized herein. ::938.77: <> purchase. As an evidence of good
The packing house o" ne Cash in hands of treasurer this date.\ .' . . . H2.:j J22S07.oft: of genius their Runs, arumur.l faith we agree to execute and deliver hich will employ not less than one

Other indebtedness Miami lot |900./ lion ali
1i County school levy.. . .. .. . . . . . . . $I l37.t; ><; rouds. to ( ""luiirte the pursuit of the I will open about the first. ( $1 0110. payable to the city of Miami : completion of the lines of said coin* '
Mr and Mrs. Nathan Johnson have
CountyJlChuoli"vylromtaxr..demption. . . .'. . . ;50.61" : Russians >in rptticaKy.St. : .. i iI conditional upon the commencement pany. .f
1 I returned to their home nt White
Folltaies . . . ...... . . . 1 i. .. . . . 1 Z." ivters'uiug is in the dark as to I I' of the construction of saM street The application were referred to i
after week's visit with Mr.
Spring a
State fund interest apportionment. . . . . .. . 496.1-\1 the enact ..nation and the resourcefulness railway within twelve months, as the street committee, It being instructed
Johnson's brothers, :'oles !'8. 1t K. and
Rent Palm Beach from R-,C. Hall . . . . . . <", Harry
Total reccipta for month . . .. . . . . . .$703.47 a constant fear that they may get I Int I "Ktabllsh and maintain a 5 cent fare. at the next meeting of the council.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Blalock. of Madison -
<'rid<* of the railroad\ and bar the i I transfers, within the city I limits.Very The time for opening the sealed bids
visit to their daughter, :
-' I I are on a
Russian retreat. In th'e meantime the respectfully your for the purchase of city .bonds in the
Mrs Clarence Philips. :Mr and :Mrs.!
7G.5S paptrs are urging: ; peace measures. I: sum of $'3(10)0: > having arrived the following -
.. .
J. W.
2 Lela S. Dusenbury .5 I Blalock are charmed with the country Watson.

i 2 Annie L. IJerry. . .. 31.02 !i and the Maslc City, and will he regular -! C. T. McCrimmon were opened and read by the
. . .91.84 New York. :March: 22.-Prince Ouk clerk:

3 3: Ida Ada Westgard F. Merritt... ................ . . .. . . . *')-K2:! totiiftKv editor of the Wledomstl declares ': : winderlsitorg. Walter Hawkins here In Is the in future'Mr town H.Chat C. C.Roome.D. BrickelL C. H. Coma broker, of Chicago, bid ;

3 laura Beldler<< ... .. .- .. ... .. . . .-. . . . 40.S: that Lease is now imprathebocauw : looking after the interests of the Consolidated 112.033:: : less an allowance of '66S.OO'to ?

2 Jessie Vinson . .. ..... .. :. :. . . . . . . J-S2< thfre is' no bread for the Russian Fruit Co. The petition of Mr. Tatum and associates be made for supplying Ilthorapbetlblank

. . . . .. 40.&: army, and according to a Times followed and in substance made bonds.
4 Mrs. A. C. Thomas. ... ... . i I. Oser, of Delray, United( friends

.If 6 Bertha :MuUkln . .... . .. .'. .. . . . . 51.02 St. IVtersbiiiR dispatch' all grain accumulate here and at Ojus last week, preachingat those propositions. The First National Bank of Miami, l

7 Sue Hopkins . ...,. .. .. .... . . . . . . 51.02 i at Harbin Is said to have Fulford on Friday night.; His many n. D. Tatum and associates tinder bid 133.311.25.

. . . .. . 4"-M: been taken to :Mukden or transported i the name of the :Miami Street Railway The First National Bank of Columbus -'
7 Lizzie Kyle . . .. . . ; : friends arc always glad to sic him

8 Louise Bryan . .. .. .. ._. . . . . . . 40.S2: iv i south by the Chinese. an.I enjoy his sermons. Co., Is hereby granted the exclusive O. bid 133.150.: :

I* 9 Mrs. L. G. Olmsted .. .. .. .. .. .. . . . . . .. 40>>2 : Will Plead for Peace. There will! be: preaching at the Hall I! right of streets and avenues for railway The Fort Dallas National Bank of

10 Mrs. Ceo. Lyman .. .. i.. .L ... ... . : .,-. 40.82 1 March 22.-The Russian every 3r:: 3uoda) by !>Ir. Eulmnks. of purposes for a term of thirty Miami: bid $3t.ooo. th? city to lurnlsh
SI .Petersburg,
ay 11 C. V. Waugh. . .... ... ... . . . . . . . 102.04 I froUi lad reports Is evidently Rome. Ga.. who is pastor of the :M. E. years bonds at a cost of about $150. V

Jl Sophia Banskett ... ... :. .. . . . . . . 51.0: retreat Church at Lemon City. Operations of said company shall It appearing that the bid of the

s 11 Lula Angerlne. . .... .. ... .. . .. .. . . . 51,02 t Ix-in, conducted In a splendid t I I I A delightful pl'nlcaa" r r\rn at :,i be cot.formable to rules and regnialions'fixed Fort Dallas National Bank to take the r

11 Grace T-alnhart .. .... .... .. . . . .. . . . CC.33:! fashion. I 3d Sunday by :Mr. Kuhanks, of by ordinance. whole issue of $33.000: : of city bonds rand
and railroads destroyed every
w 11 Annie Seabloom .,.. .... .. ... . . . . .. . .. 51.02 With the bridge !! and Mrs. T. J. Blalock. Among the Tracks to be laid In such a manner for the sum of $31.000 was the highest
I' behind the Russians the Japanese
1 11 Mine McLaughlin ..... ... ... . . . .. .. . 45.92 .i the Russian party were, :Mr. and Mrs. Blalock :Mrs. : ns nut to impair the usefulness ofstreets best bid. it was moved by F. H.
ill be unable to
w press fur vehicles and Wharlon and : Lum- .
11 Amy L. Harris. ......... .. . .. . : .. . . .... 40.82 the M. W. Goode and family :Mr I U Oser, (I conform toestablished seconded by J. E.
it U believed that .
rear, and i that the said' bid .be
11 Kathrlne Vaulx .. .... ..... .. . . .. . ... ... .40.82 1.1 II' Mrs. James W. I\es and sisters grades. mus accepted p
will stall at
t + 12 Alice Sanders ..... .. .. .. . .. . : .. . . 51-02 ,' bulk of Oyama's army column beingcomparatively :Misses Jessie and Mattie (Canon of :! On paved streets. company shall lay the bonds to be payable in twenty
Tie Pass, the flanking I with material with interest of 9! cent
12 Mary F. Jackson.. ... .. ... .. ... . .. . . .. 40.82 Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence paving same and same I years per : per S

t 13 }Irs. L. A. Freeman. .. .. . . . .. . . .... .. 40.82 I weak. be Philips. Boating, fishing and various : grading as that displaced for construc I annum and that the bank be notified

14 )!I;' S. P. Williams.. . .. . ... ... .. .. . .. 51.02 Incorrect.This supposition For two however days past may there earned, with plenty of good things to : lion purposes.On : of such acceptance. Also that the city 2

r f4 Jlernice Strahan .. .... . . .... ..'.. ... .. . .. 40.S2 eat, were! the amusements of the day. I streets paved after placing ot attorney proceed to procure Uw proper '
has been some skirmishing accompanied blank bonds and have the
the shall between same executed -
t 15 >\'. W. Ball. .. ._. . . .. .. .. . .. . . .. 127.55 tracks company pave
: by artillery exchanges on the : also that the bonds be issued i
15 Sarah Bayue .. .. .... . ... ... . ... .. . .. C6.33 HON. J. A. HUAU. the rails of the track and two ; !
armiesto
Grand Trscje route showing the In of each at the i
15 Hattie Carpenter .. ..... . . . . .. .. . . 76.53 feet on either side with the same me- denominations $1,000
be in constant contact I terial In request of the bidder. 4
15 Maude Barren ... ..... .. .:.. .. . .. . . . . 51.02: Cuban Patriot at Death's Door With as used paving. ?
The Son of the Fatherland newspaper This ended the most matters ,
15 Ruth Rickards .. ....:.. .. . .. . . . ... 51.02 threemonths' Dropsy and Heart Trouble. : Where the company's tracks cross Important -
was revived today after : wftb
when the council
proceeded
4 15 Ella Singleton .. ... ... ... .'. .. . . . ..r .. 45.92 tl.-Ill for unpaved streets company shall construct -
plead
suspension. of other business as follows:
; IS Lillian Norton .._ : .. . . . . . .. :. .. 51.02 The many friends throughout the ; and maintain good crossings
peace declaring that the Manchurian A from the residents of
IS Belle C. O'Neal .. .. .. .... . . . . .. . .. 51.02 baa cost Russia blUlon State'and country will regret to learn 'I at least twenty feet in width. petition
movement a I' Eighth street that that tborougbfartbetween
t 15 Nellie Brown ... ... .. . . . . . .. . 45.92 out that this of the serious and probable fatal ill City marshal and salaried pollee officers -
dollars, and pointing shall have ride free Avenues G and'H be cleared
15 Ullian McGahey ...'.... . . . . . . .. ... 51.02 would have ten million dollars ness of Hon. J. A. Huau of Jacksonville 'I the right to
sum given made referred
and passable was .
15 Adeline Austin ..... .... ... .. . .. . . . . ... 51.02 and Cuban Consul General at I of charge. out
fi. each for schools sanitation
to province I to Street Overseer Hardee with instructions -.
15 Kate Colyer ................ ... . . . . . . 51.02. and other benefits. that place. Mr. Huan. with his wife I The fare charges by said company
from its line to other to comply with the requests
16 ValUe Perry ............. ....... . . .. .. . . 40.82 and eldest daughter, Mrs. II. K. Lorraine any point on any

17 Blanche.Bnrtashaw ....; ... .. .. . .. ... . .. .. 40.82 Russians' Destroying Bridges. were passengers arriving here I i I point inside the city limit shall not of the pt>tltlO11. '

18 Anna Molander ..:... .. . . . . . . . . .. 40.82 Pass hundred and eighty Tuesday afternoon from Havana on exceed live cents but for a roundtrip The following resolution presented i
Gunspu one by W. W. Prout was accepted and
M C. R. Ross ....... .. .. .... .. . . . . . . .. 40.82 miles north of Tie Pass March 22. (the steamer :Martinique and leaving i they shall be allowed to charge
4 placed ale ;,
t 20 Jessie Canon .... .... ....... ... . . . . .. . .. 40.82 Russian is at yesterday for their home In ,Jackson : ten cents. No charge for children ender on :
-The rear guard now
Two have been
_; '21 Eunice Worley ... ... .. . ...-. . . .. . . .. 40.82 SipinghaJ sevell. miles north of Tie villa Mr. luau IH suffering with : three years of age; accompaniedby Whereas, petitions t
fare. offered to clone certain river streets,
22 Ellen P. Pratt ........ ... . . . . ?. .. . ... 51.02 the dropsy and heart trouble and was !In person paying
with slowly .
Pass Japanese pursu and certain riparian right
whereas
23 Mrs G. a Stephens.. .... . . I . . . . . .. 40.82 tho a helpless condition having to be car The company shall have the rightat
ing, though from Japanese
appearances valuable and
any time when business d demands are now becoming ,
.' Colored. main eimy is held at Tie Pass. : rled from the steamer to the train.. ,

1 J. '. Mickens. .;. .. .... .. . : . .. .. . . 51.02 After the last Russian train crossed + :Mr. Huau'3 life's ambition and efforts to lay a double track on any street. whereas the city government has certain -

1 Annie Cannon ... .... .. .. . .. . . . . . . 40.82 the Tehal river'the Tie Pass bridget : have been" penl In la-half of the I I Before the company shall begin construction rights In all riparian privileges.
j It Is hereby requested that honorable -
1 ramie F. Brooks .. ..... . ? . . . . . . 40.82 t blown up. As the Russians retreat 'f freedom of his native country- Cuba. provided herein; it shall your

1 Josle Green ...... .. .". ... .'. .h .. : . .. ? . .. 40.82 I blow all bridges and allstores t Banished from there when a young enter into a written contract to be body refrain from closing any -
they
up I all the ordinance. street until the city's equity'or privt-
bound of this
1 Alonio McRae ... ..;.... .?T.. .. .. . .. ...40.52 I cannot man, and after having beet imprisoned by terms -
they carry are destroy I leged rights in such frontages be ascertained .
2 J. W. S. 51.02 'led. I and cruelly mistreated by the :

2 Ella B. Stephens.. ..., ... . . . . .. . . 40-.S2 Spanish authorities be came I'> America Cars of company to have the rightof by legal advice on this sub i

2 Lottie H. Stephens ... .. . . . . . .. . . 40.82 To' Tackle Togo. and at once began his crusade for I' way on tracks to exclusion of all jest

2 Nona L. Jackson. . .. . .. . . ... .. .. . ... 40.82 Su Petersburg, March 22.-At the Its freedom, being conspicuous as a vehicles except fire apparatus In case City Attorney Atkinson then addressed

3 Bertha .:... ...: .. . . I' leader in ail of fire, and any person unnecessarily the council on the matter ofa
Ely ? . . . .: .. 40.82 admiralty it Is strongly intimated that movements to that end. I

4 Frances Bright .. . .. ... ..: . ... .. . . .. 40.82 t Admiral Rojcstvecsky will effect a During thu resolution in tb- Islandin obstructing said cars after warning new charter lie explained the im-'

4 ; 5 .. A. Hamilton ............. ... .. . . . . . . 40.82: juncture with Admiral Nebogatoff I the early nineties: preceding the !I gln.n')' bell or signal shall be fined portance and necessity of having a>

.'T6 Asa Richard Jr........ ... .. :. . . . . . 40.S2 I within ten days and that the combined Spanish.American War, he figured as not exceeding ten collars or Imprisonment perfect charter and presented that t
of the city of Tampa the iptions
7 M. R. llahaffey...... .:... . . .'. . . . . 40.82 fleets will then nail to meet AdmlI I a leading spirit and was largely Instrumental ten days.Company preset

8 Mrs. E. L. Wade..1... . . . . . . . . 40.82 I t I ral Togo In battle. I for the anti-Spanish nentl- I shall It. !90> days after be- of which he thought would be appllca-t
I ble and best to adopt for lllaml The Cf
lag notified of the approval of ordinance -
: !i The Third Division of the Russian I Went existing in this country, and for

}' f Total carried forward.. .. .. .'. . . . . :. .12010.53Total : I 'Second Pacific squadron commandedby !the aid lent the Cubans! In their fight i by mayor, noUfy council In writIng charter wan read after which It was i
a i decided that It be typewritten and
a of its acceptance of provisions of
S for liberty by the smuggling into that
:
Admiral Nebogatoff left Crete yesterday I
I of this ordinance and shall begin con changed so as to apply to Miami. r
country arms and supplier, more
Port Said.
... : for I when it will be corrected adopted' stand -
I struction\ within six month and have
brought forward for teachers' salaries' . .. .. . .. .l.lvlo.32; generally termed flllbuaterlni In this Issued in the
not less than one mile of track within pamphlet form eonsr:
latter work t
he the head
:;.. 2502 2-14-05 W. M. Burdlne . Supplies . . . . .. 7.70 Horrible I Injuries. ua at of the ell adjourning until the 28th lost. t*
twelve months thereafter. Failure tonotify
: 2506 A. J. Huskey..13 Supplies . . . .. 1.26 Warsaw, March 22.-The soldiers In- Cuban Junta In Jac kson\'llle end by I I receive the charter In Its revised form.
.
council within 90 days after receipt ,Ji\.
1507 Oeo. W. Parks... . .' 7 Supplies . . . . 2.20 I I jured last night by a bomb thrown his un'irlng a"J enthusiastic effort A warrant for 1200.00 covering tIle it;
of notice of approval of ordinance -
the I
2510 Walter Hitching .7 Supplies .. .". .. .. .. %.05 I In the window, are reported to be dy- anti expenditure: of his own private city's appropriation to the Dade eoa.J
and acceptance snail entail foifeiture -
2515 F. T. Budge . . Supplies . .. . .\ 35.57 i ing. Their injuries were horrible. No fortune, made the venture a f-uccess ordered when the 11
ty Fair was drawn
I of charter rights herein
y ys 2516 The McCrimmon Co. 15 Lumber . .. .... .. .. . 7.27 I!' arrests have been made. and the war to such
1 2521 B. L. &, CO..U Lumber . . . . .. 5.C8 i II un extent that American t
City of Miami In granting the franchisu -
2501 R. S. WilsoD..15 Repair building at Miami 71.70 I Japs in Their Front. I intTu-ntlon and finally Cuban In-
I herein net (forth reserving the A' Kansas City man has hooD sen-
: 2520 J. W. Watllon..15 Repair buIlding Miami sash 2.21 1: St. Petersburg, :March %:.-A disi I i dependence lesuHed. t>
: After the forming of the Cuban right:: of purchase at the expiration of 1 fenced to two year- In prison for sell
2521 W. H. Chaille t Son.15 Supplies various schools. .. C.92 i l patch from General Linevitch datedTuesday
f.- Cmernment; ho made thief of I thirty years it whole or part In accordance ing his vote for 50 cents. Grafters ar. "i
2500 L. A. O"born..15 Moving Desks . . .: .. 21.0 | says: "Japanese cavalry detachuients ;, was the .
with the provisions of Chapter havln hard luck. Short price and c
2323: L. Granger ... . Freight and drayage. .. .. a 91 appeared yesterday in riming department, hut reNigncil the
flirc and Ijerainrvm.nl ; ts5 of the Acts and Resolutions long terms ,
2527 M. B. Lyman..IO Supplies . . . . 2.M! ) front of our advance posts Behind i.inrral atark' 41.A

t 2493: i A. W. H. Scientific Co 11 Apparatus .. . . . 110.55 i I the cavalry are Infantry halted at thej tilt. .l few weeks II.-U he,1

2497 J -Jea M.: Taylor _. .11 Apparatus case for, and table 41.0 I village of Machantzy." .'ItK: his aril!) \ int, to Havana to'l'nJ Tomato 4'
the winter and I WrappersDon
2496 Robt Taylor 7,19 and 21 Insurance .. . . .. 4795 I to recuperateI
l London. March :%.-The Associated :I failing health. In ltd oue effort/ bestem's !II
2528 N. H. Hall . .. 1 Cot; Wood and labor .. . .. 14.50 I

2526 E. S. Montgomery '" 4 Rent three months . ... 15..00r Press Is informed that a council of ,: to have faiii-l.: and throughout t wait till the tomatoes. are ,otj

y 2529 R.-DaC. Co ... .. .11 Supplies . . . ... :2.25 ;, the foreign bondholders that an agreement '| the country lhr>r.> will come general I ripe before orpering 1
between the Venezuelan Government : regrets and wishes for the nlMTiate your paper.
2503 Mrs. E. Dahlenberg. Janitor . .. .. .. .. 2: ').0<> ;
.. and the British and German''and cnmiiletc reco of this We have THE BEST ?
a 250 Mrs W. J. Pickett .II Janitor . .. . .. .-. 2S.OC 4 'Tv man ,
bondholders! for the adjusting end conI i who ranks'* one of the CT<.atet lor
"
2505 Mix Waggoner . ..11 Janitor .t: 7 r S 1 1Holde
I HolidaUon of the exterior debt of J2S- 'ubar patriots Manila Wrappers
2498 L. 11'..Wade..1 col. Fuel wood .. . . .. :2.5":; *
lif'il.ooo, was effected and will be signed : : -- -
2499Vealey Wimbs. .11 Fuel wood . . . . ;.511 LEGALLY
1 tomorrow. AH details have boon DEAD. "j
2511 O. E. Knlght..12 Fuel wood . .. .. . S.16 I ;and; our j arranged; to the satisfaction nf' all : 1UGE3ES
2512 J. E. Lnmmus .. .is OU for heaters .. . . 2. So ;
i parties con{-ern",.l. Midshipman Arrowood Dismissed' from 2508 ". F. W. Ml1Ier..11 Transportation of pupils 37.00 Navy for Oetertion. : : :: : &. CO. #

2518 '. E. M. Graves..1% Transportation of pupils 51.02 Second Lieutenant: R. M. Sturde- I t})

: 2514. A. L. Mcn..e..3 col Incidentals for schools. .. .. 2.55 | vant. TJ S. Revenue service, of PhlladtlphJa. j Washington :March :23: -Th Vrvl B P B B K KV j

_2517 Dade Co. Furs Co. Incidentals, various schools 27.39:: has relieved second Lleuten-i i! dent has approved the sentence of Remember] the Full Name :

2524 Hi S. Witham... ... 7 Incidentalsarioos schools. 6.13 ant John Mel, aboard the cutter Forward i iI courtmartJal upon Midshipman Arro- II III Always

2525 S. M. Alsabrook .. C Incidentals various schools 7.50 I|, of this port. Mr. Sturdevant IfI ;i' wood of North Carolina who was re-

' 2509 DE'anPub.CO. . *Ad Lot at Palm Beach . 2.25 I a pleasant and affable gentleman beI cenily tried for d'i>ertion from theI L-r-e! Bmo Quinine'

u 2532 J. M. Rowley..11 Transportation of pupils . 137.50 I sides a competent officer and will, no I I navy.

,)douht make many friends be -. Lien j The sentence carries with It dlsml, I

Total eipended.for schools. . .. . . . . . .$37(15.SC( t-rant Mel), who was also well and "I sal from the navy and the law In tht ,. Cores a Cold in One Day Grip in Twooa /{,:

EXPENSES OF ADMINISTRATION. ETC. favorably known here has gone to I case provides that a man an dlsmUsec.

:493'" R. E. Hall . . Salary oft Superintendent. cr. 33 Washington and win come out as apofflnr hereafter In not legible to any rights .f

... 2536 E. C Dearborn. Recordingdeeds and Bd org 5.05: aboard the ('uttupRoche.. nf ritlronshlp t8. %: J'f.JfIIJ Box. 25e.Monthly .



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