The Miami metropolis
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00094
 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 31, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075058
oclc - 31626392
notis - AKR3413
lccn - sn 96027198
System ID: UF00076100:00094
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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Beautiful Spectacular Entertainmentat The enforced absence of City Attorney \

Auditorium. MUST PAY DEBTS GET NEW ARMORYADJUTAN on Tuesday night prevented the
presenting and reading of the new WA DOUBLED
WEDDING TIES Fairies, orownies elves, |.rinco,
I city charter, for which purpose the\ J Jow
1 knights and beautiful ladles he'd sway -
1 I council had met in
special adjourned
at the auditorium last n';'l. and thfy I

not only cast magic spells ove- all SAYS RETAIL MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION GENERAL FOSTER CONDEMNED !session from the last regular meeting

obstacles which they encountered in WHO WILL PETITION PRESENT ARMORY ON This capped what had promised to be that the season U over' a word 11,
i I II
I a most Interesting session of this august i in behalf of the local Western Union
YOUNG COUPLE UNITED IN held the large audience entranci-d. TO THAT END. SIZE. I II
: I' body but undaunted, and failing : Telegraph office manager W.; IL MoDonald '
MATRIMONY r NI ;> In this, the board transacted other and his aNl t.nIs. Is not.ot
ranged and directed by Miss Mae .. '
ET BUT PRETTY AFFAIR. gram, was given by the pupils of the business of more or less Immediate!I of place. ,'
During the period In question die ;$
Miami school and It was renderciwith of the Miami Retail An heretofore untold and Importance.A I
At the meeting event con rrnMnmi of the offlce has been phenomenal 'f
an elaborateness and effccti\ Merchants' Association held last night full board with the exception of
nected with the recent tour and Inspection -the greatest In the history '
that exceeded all expectation :J;
In the presence of the immediate Th'e: considerable business of importance by Adjutant General J. C. R. Alderman Rem,, was present, and of the company here-rnd. at times
costumes was transacted prominently among after It was ascertained that there even t-.. !a-Tf>a"facilities for giving I
relatives and a few friends Miss suited to the various parts and maae Foru, F. S. T.. and Lieutenant Colo- I
which was the supporting: if a bill was "nothing doing" In the charter accommodation seamed Inadequate I

Ionise_ the accomplished and attractive those who attended really Imagine. drafted by the State Retail Merchants' nel Non-Ill U. S. A. of the Miami ,line Mr. Lummus that the committee though by the efficient manu

of Captain and lira P. they had taken a trip to fairyland. for presentation to the Rifles was the general condemnation
daughter Association I on fire and water be authorized to expend ment of Mr. McDonald ana the pains 1{

B. Jandon. was united in marriage last The choruses were under the supervision State Legislature, and which providesfor I given the armory by these olUclals. a sum not exceeding $39 in the i I taking efforts of the assistants, tae 'J,

night at her parent home No. 12C of .Miss Hanna Phebe drill ShiH'c"There,, I a law legalizing the collection of The fault however was not Wllh\\ erection of a temporary shed for the service_ rendered was aa perfect tad

Eric F. and showed painstaking 1.3 of the wages of a married man protection of the new chemical en satisfactory as It could possibly have 1
to Captain the ronrtltl of th" fnl
Tenth street
hundred children in the
were one jti&kly iUucft>t..J W a l.o.*\. ...:t. gine. The same was approved and au been.

Holmes cast, and It took skillful managementto The bill met with the general approval point of arrangement and cleanliness, thorized.It In speaking of the business of UM

The bouse .a prettily decorated keep so many of them so nicely in of those present and the secretary but on its size and location both General was also decided that the chair season this morning Mr. McDonald'

for the occasion In roses and evergreens their respective places and la suCl was instructed communicatewith Foster and Colonel Norvill declaring appoint a building committee of three, said that it bad been the greatest In e2>

tho nuptial knot being tleu'1 excellent order through the complete Dade county's representatives h. In most emphatic terms '3 chairman to be a member of the the history of the offlce nearly dove

4r, background performance.The that body-8enator Hudson and Representative ,same. The other members of the ble that of the year before. In that ;
under a bell of roses with green the lines of the against the location of the hall and
play was on King-In support of the had himself sad
committee chosen were Messrs. Wilson season he besides
consisting of an arbor of ferns, ever popular "Cinderella" an I was passage of the bilL citing as their objections first: That and Seltzer. two regular operators but one extra

la the rear parlor. J. H Cheatham In verse Introducing drills, songs, The secretary reported that the delinquent the hall is not large enough and secondly The following resolution was then man and a cashier. This season h*

was best man and the bridesmaid was marches, and a fairy presentation of list Is now progressing and that located as It Is over ana offered' and adopted: had three extra men. a cashier aa.

r 'Hiss Irene Jaudon, sister of the the minuet. Those features dewrnnfc I. will be completed by the next meet about the jail it must have a tiemorak "Resolved That the city council a receiving clerk, besides several n*

bride, both of whom: were prettily of special mention were, the Jance ing. izlng effect on the member. of the will at the regular meeting of the sengers. 'Two ot the extra operators

(owned, and carried bouquets of flow j of the roses; the song and frolic of company; that It would prevent the council April 20, 1805, consider all have returned to Jacksonville within i

*y ers.The the brownie Including the antics of COUNTERFEITING. encouragement of sociability and militate plans that may be submitted for the the last few days, while the third will

a. bride was given away by her the clown Muter Willie McAllister: ; against interest In the company, new city building with propositions be retained until. Oat middle of neat R

c father, the ceremony being performed the drill of the butterflies, and last Of Gigantic Proportions! Unearthed by and Instructed Captain Jaudon to see from the architect.; It belng understood month as the business even now la

by Br. W. E. Stanton. of the First but not least If they were the scaU- Secret Service Men In Denver. to getting other Quarters. that aid.building Is not to cost more than the two regular operators '
i, Church. The bride Is one of daisies who the .
Baptist eat, the little captured This matter la just now puzzling exceeding ..lOlid that architects assisted by Mr. McDonald can handl. ,

Klaml'i most popular and accomplished honors of the evening. Little Miss March 28. AccordIng the gallant Captain and his men. must secure the necessary information Many compllnunta'have been paid
Colo. -
young ladles, and the groom la th. Ines Barron played and sang the part Denver. .tha fcioral authorities There Is no hall pr building available, from the'buUcUq committee con the service rendered by the local management y
the News
of the Fogg It Cross- to
< dent captain of "BonnybelT an almost! perfect counterfeiting and until some one will build ,inch slating of Messrs. Hahn. Wilson and during the rush and all of It
fleet and Is mot favorably have unearthed a gigantic
land fishing manner, and Randall Jackson did scheme which baa this city as Its place that can be leased by the State SelUer., which are appreciated by the management
known. well In the part of the Prince. field of operations and from which the It Is very evident that the company It was then moved and seconded and force, who!: by their competency .,
after the ceremony
Immediately I Quite a neat sum was netted fW'he has been Hooded with counterfeit must occupy the present quarters, that the council adjourn until March and energetic labors have

wedding supper was serred the happy piano fund of the school and the public country dollar bills. though the member of the company 30. at which time It Is Intended to brought It up to a point of efficiency

,young couple and the guests present,' Is awaiting with Interest the next ten and twenty lead the secret service both Individually and collectively ve- again try to have the new charter I not excelled by any other office of the
which Mr.and Mrs Holmes went whkb&ilss Investigations
after Ingram may
production believe that the counterfeiters sire to move U soon u possible. read. company In the Stets.TIIRft .
to Mrs. Cowan's on Tenth street present. men to
where they hare elegant apartments. are now In Denver. The counterfeits -

';;i where they will reside In the fu i discovered are a splendid duplicate -

of the Buffalo aeries

:4 furs,Although the wedding was quiet and NEW ABSTRACT

not an Invitation affair a number of Unknown Man Killed.
Nashville March 28.-An unknownman BIG STORESand
received along ,
eostly presents were
with numerous messages of congratulations COMPANY(; FORMEDFOR about 2? tears of age. and

and best wishes for future success thought to be In the timber businem. i

s s and happiness. at l eeatur. Ala., was run over by an |I

those present were Mr. ana 1. &: N. railroad train this morning|
Among PURPOSE OF MAKING and Mammoth Stock in each
i a
track and
Mrs.Mitchell D. Price, Mr. and Mrs.Crossland. while a si pop on "
Mr. and Mrs. Gowan, :Mr. COMPLETE AND UP-TO-DATE killed. I one, For you to select From.SEWELL'S : .
Toss, Mr. W. Hampton Harley, Miss !
Marie Rush Miss Maude Coacbman, BOOKS. Cotton Census Report. '

Miss Wanda Combs, Mr. and Mrs. IL Wa hi'Rtt-n, Marsh :S.-The Cen- .
J _
,E Taylor, Miss*Mildred Taylor Rev. sus 'Eurraj '! day '!-sueJ a special cot I -
Mr. and Mrs. its glc- : report "' ':itt-sl crops.i I
and Mrs., W. I: Stanton Security Abstract Co. Is the name1 ?
!,-i ''11 lotal.i c1udd. the linterscououng | CLOTHING STORE
Leanie Combs. ; a
Combs for
W. H. ; of a new firm organized yesterday
of roundba'cs half bales
I as ,
the purpose of making! ; a thorough, up- -----
F MODUS VIVENDI APPROVE of abstract to be 1::,397,7d2:; bales.A .
I to-date and complete set
r books for DadA county. I
And There Is Rejoicing in San Domingo Kentucky Town Burned.
The promote of the new companyare
Today. Hanson Ky. March 28.-Pire this
George A, McKlnnon, Robert Wei- yr.a ;
y -- morning burned: a nun>ber of business K 1= j4
O. Butler and they i .
born and George ,
New York March 30.-The Herald I houses, residences, tobacco factories .
I have ample capital to push the work
':: .correspondent at San Domingo, cables churches etc, to the value of ';5-
to early completion. Mr. Butler, who FOR ANYTHING Y O l'1: A Y WISH I IN
that Italian Charge d'ABalrs LulglCambiaso i I 000.
will be manager, is thoroughly competent t
r with Captain Mlrolando. Z

commanding the Calabria, visited for.\\ and experienced In. this line Suspected Murderers Discharged.The Clothing or Men's FurnishingGoods.

t _eign Minister Sanchez yesterday, of work he having been engaged In preliminary trial of Ed Carter .

presented a written demand for sat- the past In several difficult undertakings and Henry Thomas, the two negroes i

1 'Isfactlon of the Italian claim under of this kind. charged with the murder of W. A. The new 1905 summer x

t -the Dominican' guarantee In view ol Mr. Butler will be assisted by a well McQueen. ,hite. last June, and whose r

.the failure of the American Senate to known book expert and the work will trial was continued from last Fridayto

ratify the treaty. be completed,as rapidly as possible.A yesterday, were dismissed by Judge I clothing now on sale. We have

Mr. Sanchez showed him the bulletin complete set of abstract books Is Hill in the afternoon as there Will

announcing that President Roosevelt almost Indispensable In a county, and not sufficient: evidence to connect

had approved of the modus vtvendl now that Mr. Cutler and associates,, them with the crime. They were held all the latest patterns and styles ,

and explained It? Captain Mimi I have undertaken the task of compiling however for vagrancy and remanded

ando was asked, for a written attach, such a vo'uoe In Dade county,I ithey to Jail. I
44 !; are to be congratulated on their l
went which was promised I i iI t tcesa. I
effort and wished the greatest of sue Gibraltar.
c the Italian commander: and Charged Hay at
Y 'Affairs politely expressing satisfaction I I i Gibraltar. March 20: .-ThsVh'e! :
and explaining that thry Knew --- Star liner Crttic. from New York toI Sewell's Sewell's Shoe Store

"b, nothing: of the modus \1vemll wheu '1 NEW TRAIN SCHEDULE. I Naples nigh Secretary State and ray

1 the captain called. The taptaln said : --- I Mrs. Hay aboard arrived hero this!

i',., oniparttb. I EI"cUv: at 12:::01 a. in. Tbjrsdny a rejnjl" Mr. Hay Is much bcttr. TailoringEstcbiishni't i I
I For shoes to fit( end suit evcrgbodijTLi '
Y 'Our '.ny here will donbtless be new time card went into erect I < crtcr! 1 but hu: by ro means recovered his 4 :

brjcf In s:"w el the satisfactory Aaerkana. (Ibe Florida Hast Coast Ua'lway by h"ahh.! The Trot'c sailed for Alicrsat : I t

.. ",,"" tsen's"' soon afterwards i which! through trails 21:J aal S3: an.I : noo::. i > i- a "irouu r- .

'1IIltster.Pa'lloi3un recehed oSlclal con I 71 and IS, and the "Stno.Fly"! between 1 II '," h"nt voi"irr\ Lou hut nc luve a i' <
; !'n t':i-i'- : -
firmation. that the modus vlvcndl had Palm Death sad XianJ are scoatlo-! I Morton Sailed for Home. a'r, _" "p \ ,,n..il :L.<.rimcnt lx.tti.r rifrLt to make I I ,
bern approved and be: hastened: to : ued. Washington, Malta :29!: ,-The Nan 5t. EA lr,> h ,.i I.:: i i.l ..np"rt : : it than other (Hn
show it to Minister sanchez, after Under the rcw time card'tralns TrillTii Cci>arfitnt to Jay was no'13e of th 4 e' \\'i' run 'in--: un t'xlnti.ti"iitV : any
,,1 1 and! c s HA '> ,:; sprttij ;:-,1 K.W south of Jac.h'-'II\II.; :. I.:
which! the B.ews "was telegraphed to a and depart from this city as departure of S creiary Morton + : iE1
I ( :'\.w V..r< .
li! >
wrcv i
; all of the provincial governors, and : follows party on the: Dolphin from Havana : m. ,Ve ha f a math i.<-h ,-
"tit I i il
: \' ." Tan ItlaaC a
extra crtttl: ,.""< Mere Issued by theDomb.ic.ui II Southbound-No. 99, leave Jacksonville ,i for rernanillaa. Fla.! From Fcrnan1I a t.u l Oi'irt.r! "dl'l.'c d. wnrk Fb-c'\ Ot i1'JJ ,rtbi .

'paite-t SOS; p m.. West Palm Beach I diaa they will proceed.to Washington j on -t' t no l'hi.:" ..::" lni-i i ,,, '
I Mmauuijt'ur;;
I I : ;
T.OC a. m., arriving at Miami at 9.35a. fcy: rail r
Mrs. t:. A. MacVey: of Des olnes'l I .m. o'r I r 4 t'n uliu'i! l.NM'KhN A PIT in the Unititl Stat. ,

t Iowa *ho, with her mother lea 29, leave Jacksonville 10 a. nu, Miss Hanna Phcbe Shippee, the

; ter Mrs. Martin and'Miss Martin has West Palm Beach 9pm, arriving at Conservatory of Music this city will AF + ;

_' been ependlngtthe; winter In Mrs. Mar- I Miami 11:15 p. m. give a concert at Zapfs Hall West I John Sewell Brother

f-t egret Arnold Groom's, cottage, at 'Cor-" :'I Northbound.-No. 78, leave Miami 6 Palm Beach on the evening: of April

al Crags! ," .I*, much benefited by therestfulness I a. m., West Palm Beach 8:20 a. m., arriving 3. Miss Shippee Is possessed a rare I

of the place and speaks of at Jacksonville 7:30' p. m. voice and those who attend will enjoy I TWELFTH STREET : : : : MIAMI fLORIDAr

'it returning there again next winter U I No. 98, leave Miami( 7:15p. m., West a vocal treat.Vcfct Palm Beach local

rv she,'la again able to secure the cot- Palm Beach 9:24.p. nx, arriving al'I talent will assist Miss Shippee In the I

Jacksonville at 8:40 a m. I recitaL




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THE DAILY I SOCIETY AND SOCIETY. I llhe interest of his section at stake,i morning they will wake up ant fine I I Ith'w8h'u COUCLAS J. EICHELBERGER. I I I O'Keefe to Wffllam Ryan, shlo's r

n ': Writing from Nice, Henry Walter- Is no more than could be expected l.cked: out of th lr bj''f: : I| printer on the United Stales cruise

r MIAMI METROPOLIS son mduljrrg |II a column or two of In. ;i that IK should swell Its yield as much anti th' "100n8 of Bolivar" in er'nnu'rJ \ Well Known Citizen Expired of Con- Trenton. This incident took place

ougrmial remarks concerning society I as ioisfljl. but In no doing!' it won!:i Just previous to the br.aHo01' I sumption. over
The Trentoaabout
9 years ago
; ttonllshed-- -Every' Friday the Metro-- generally as he bas found it. He inlulK : seem thnt he has pone beyond the I; of ihi, Spaniih-Amtrlran a Span -- > that time started on > cruise

vi Oil Building. s In some plain! language as fol- bounds of mason in his division of the I Uh offlcer In a Havana. restaurant wm Douglas G. Clchelbercpr died at his around the world, and while In me

y'' .... ) OWE: crop }itM So fir as the crops on the .iSTlns; that Spain cJ'i'J Ian. ::5)0: I II I residence on Thirteenth street in this Indian Ocean Ryan the rule
t .. litim. lies S. Kato peas... Stti..ircss ( I :I dropped ,
i The Smart Set, in ('a1of the European East: Const are cunc"rnt'J many ol soldiers: at KeyVert.: irch to stash: -Ity at 10::30 p. m. Sunday of con overboard and It was swallowed' by' a,

Tit XUEI I!:i Printing Get( piny.ilhttared capita'! starts out by the ellrninr.tlun : them rio still too young to allow of : in;;;tun and captut" that rite Al'l .iimpllon ned 41 years and :n: months. |] shark. 'Dya strange fatality tho Tees

t of soThe women know as t an Ihln? II \c a correct estimate of' I : ,the health '
r In the PoBtcQce: at Ulxm! : Eo.ll: huan sitting nfar drawled! of deceased had been fall- :, ton was wrecked in the hurricane I.i laj

Fla a* second-class matter! tnuf h as the mrr. "hat.ls sauce for : the vi<'M, though; it Is a foregone! con J i "Yi-s you can--If the policeIon'\ stun ,ns; for a year, but It was not until;j the Samoan Inlands and the shark

the! gander! ,h< conies sauce for the I I elusion tint It rill be smeller than \ou" Ifh! po'.ice: talked to r.n li be last few months that he was con- strange to relate deposited on these

ski most Southern newspaper put | noose Thrrf is Jittle Jfrorura Indeed ihat of lavt year by a good per C >nt.I :.he Ven;>zuplan army of ,)II.{)'->) "Uea I IT lined to his home. I IMr shores the cola he swallowed: on .the

h taped oc the maInland of the Unite-! ut pit T" bit! ncr Th. hln.l"!! nro 1 These fans alim fhouM be sum :, lar.4.d. at New 0.-'I.nn8.: rUIt 'Jilisin., : EichelberRfr was Iron Ocala ': other side of the worli Mr. O'Keefe

States t' .liawn Tli. STV3-US are" Sl'nl a war.t i rii'o 'h vf that the csrlTat" cf the \d h hlf hint;; balteiy. am'oi vl ; rod was th" son cf Adam L. Eichel'erger 1! Is a rativc bf Albany and a prU-tcr by

.> .. i i Three rriurl's. of HTrlotorriry in Tampa authority I is more the opinion ni hoice and I1ulc'.nrin11; tat"rh I I of that place.! Prior to th> ;, tra.le'ell and favjrutlv known to
One year. ion I Train hale dhtiled F.nch"h'U of a fertile 1I.lnhln from an accu- 'i",1.1 I be brought into action lie. I i .r..zp of 1MO! he was a prosperous the craft in Many of th.1 I larger titles
; Six months. 1 into two classes I the harlot and ibt. ..1.otf' .?- ra'o tnt';1I :n'I'm. I ih" \vest 'ii; ,t I b'.n's rt''I>lI"u of the Br ". 'E Those paying in advance win re I' I
-1' \ ('. 0< nninlv there are as goo<1i tomato crop may be larger than that Oti;"nns woull be 1'11,1.. a pli,k atber being a pioneer In tha: + business EX-GOVERNOR COLMAN
eelve subscription for JI.SO. 1 vDistinguished
a years ;
':t for 7" women in France as anywhere m',I ")f tin East Const, ant it mar swill io-npari-1 with what :h- tad one of the largest growers In the I,I -
and sli months' robscripUou t"1
c ", i earth but they arc not to be found 1I '1 I the output to a greater number of Aoald do to the \Vnezurlans State. Several years after A-* freeze :,
r liberal discount to induce i .
cents This Is a Missourian and Ex-Sco-
1 I among. (th''s<' who r. all French novel i rratis than our Ifrr( but the estimate I --o- Mr llcbdh"rg.'r came to Dace: coun- :,
strictly advance payment I I
n___ __ -- and "itn<'! s French plays.It of the Tampa nan Is cot bornei I TERMS OF PEACE. I y whore h.* has since( rest -d. lie retary of Agriculture. Bi

I' : COMPARATIVE DISTANCES. I Is the ticloui. not the virtuous.Ahith :i out by that of others considered 1---- \teases a wife anil daughter in this', .-
I i
imported to America and >< u&ll.\ as good Ju Igcs of a ; yleU.I city. ;
Fnim //rl" u is i I ; ; crop 1I Among; the dis'Jtijrulshed! personage
I ,
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Port From ., Now that Russia seems to be come l
h I T.mpaSll.m1, w.... which., without let or hindrance gets; J I I --- I Im; to her senses and11\ The funeral service was held at ii j I: In the city today Is ex-Goveraor and t

Mil. stk.I I Mil through the Custom house. In the end : THE WAR SHOULD STOP. accept 'he family residence !last Monday at '!i Secretary of Agriculture N. J. Col-.
I Ik .ce. interesting to figure 4
f i 1W..c-:: : .. 01VI t e .. .. perhaps I. thus< surfeit will bring forth I Every day or two press dispatches I I ::SO: o'clock conducted by Rev. W. "'. ,I'i n:an. of Missouri, and, the United i
... 2"8 I. ,t I out upon just what terms the war
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BtVUUL.V Its reaction even the automobile ) the Nations of the world l : Faris. The interment was In the city :i 9*ate* Government, the former j*
i ; .tDi*................f. &47 nil 117 I refer to I ran be ended and just what
etc tit.to de Cuba.... "It 1 fII't fSI :waste Rnbsl-le into a steady and conces- an Iin charge of UndertakerII. :
cemetery has
I who
may latter In
,. taking! a hand: In the Eastern War and 1ST and the ISS5.
fbpen.ytb\ ... ., ...:. tus I I. 611 I'I'a : sions Russia will be forced 1 to make '
i I I ;, useful locomotion. The time may I intervening for peace. There Is but M. King. The pallboareis were como down for an indefinite visit with
I UIWI /ea'a and what Japan will demand.
jrf H*< I ,
& Glnhwl'(Tl. I rome when the rich American will little doubt both of the warring Nations 1 B. Douglas! John It. Dewey, John ,[ his old friend and associate Professor .4
.. s 77 I. """., ear | In agreeing upon terms It is'not '
at Sxa Care lotn n&a,..,Artniua. .. .. 111* ,:sf 106'1 I find something' more 10 his fancy titAn would nt'lco&ie such an act and \I. Hurdlne, Wlillam II. McDonald, U.I II. E. VanDeman, at his place ,
I that
SU*..o (B.b.tr. bizarre vanities and foreign loitering j likely Japan will demand a cash C. Dudge and E. D. V. Bennett .
t ....ud..... ....' tl\4 : as it must come sooner or later why I Indemnity. It will doubtless insist three miles west of. the city.
r when surrounded by the best that:
not now?
Mr. Colman is distinguished In a
upon the possession of Port Arthur
FRIDAY, MACH 31, '1905R money can buy, he will stay at home, Japan as the victor, must and will the control of Corea and certain partsof ANOTHER NEW INDUSTRY. ,,1 number of .ways and bears the distinction
quite ready to receive the best of com- dictate in a great measure the terms. Manchuria the withdrawal of Rue of having been the first See "

Petersburg pany, no longer nursing the distemper This would humiliate Russia. The A. P. Edge & Co. Will Establish Saw *! United ;
F If Knropatkin ever reaches St. sia to Russian! territory with the exception retary of: Agriculture of the
of deriving pleasure by dippinghis Muscovite does not yield readily and Mill at Fort Pierce. : and such wan -
he will likely be wearing a of the line of rallway't'Jladl States Government as ,
toes in the rather cold snnshlr.o he had rather die than surrender. j jI i
I foundation
elayed in transmission" tag. vostok and the maintenance of Vladivostok Instrumental In laying the rr

---p of a titled aristocracy, which at heart This however, does not change the as an open port to all Nations I The Fort Pierce News tells as follows foe the great work which this department

despises him. That were. a repuucan !!- fact that the time for Intervention has i of a new industry In which a 'I has since accomplished.
Russia may yet. overwhelm Japan It has been: made pretty clear that Ja '
society indeed-a society to be The war should stop. Further )Uaml business Is the promoter
man :
fcy imposing on It the necessity of come. pan has fought for nothing else and When Mr. Colman took charge of
proud of becanse a society proud of Its butchery is indefensible. The stubborn A. P. Edge has been one of he pioneer :
rr t9aa supporting many prisoners. upon this basis peace can doubtless the office In 18S5. under the first tern
country and Itself-gone back for Us bureaucrats who talk of continuo i manufacturers In this section
*) '
oy be established. These terms are as of President Cleveland It 11'1I 4t
Inspiration to the homely homespun ing the war ore not those who are lie has been conducting a barrel factory I
New York Is to har a moving alde- draw liberal as Russia could fairly ask. Japan as the United States
sources whence we all that Is dying for Russia. On this subject the here for several and has
r', walk. Chicago has some that should probably feels that severe exactions Agriculture but during his term It. ,
strong and worthy In our life as a Nation New York Journal of Commerce says: built up a large business all along the to
fee DlOTfnctothe damp. even If complied with would not was changed the Department of
and as a pe P'e. "In the absence of an International coast Last summer he establisheda
be productive .of peace In the future I Agriculture, and the Secretary laude
-o-- tribunal, authorized to depose rulers factory In Eau Gallle and early In
that and lasting peace with Russia is desirable. I a member of the President's cabinet
Philadelphia Is 1101l'111earnlnc AN ERROR CORRECTED. who are mentally incompetent, the the winter he opened one In Miami
Russia has learned a lesson, Realizing the Importance of the purpose
damage done by rotes can not be re- Under the above heading the Floe Russian autocracy must apparently be Both have been very successful and I r
and when she goes to war again she of the office in relation to the)
paired! by prayer. ida BUD Jacksonville's leading after- allowed to take Its own way to de now he baa taken his Brother Claude In its '
will be better prepared for It. Russian development agriculture many t
1 o noon paper, pays the Metropolis this struction. Unhappily, its path leads and A. A. Register, who baa been his set about
Mr. Colman
would dangerous
of State preparedness mean a -
A little pocket a bodies of of thousands right hand for time in I
appreciated compliment: over the dead tens enemy man son. building it vp, and one of his first act
Uke Delaware wall.be able to get along with him. The Hni will be
Our esteemed and enterprising contemporary of human beings slaughteredin new
: was to establish various divisions, one .

: ..with one Senator.anyway.A the Miami Metropolis, has a cause as hopeless as It is odious SOUTHERN TRIP. known as A. P. Edge & C).. and they of which was that of pomology: andto

attention whichwe -Innocent victims which will extend and improve the business '
called our to an error of a system .
London Judge has decided that The President will start on his which Prof. VanDeman was appointed
made In our special edition of grinds them in the dust, but for which and go Into new lines. I'
; 11.80 is enough for a man to pay for Southern trip from Washington D. C.. chief. Another was the creating w:
last Saturday In declaring that we they must nevertheless, throwaway '
Us wife's Easter bonnet. "Oh. wise on the :3rd of April The first stop of of the division! of vegetable pathology
were the only afternoon newspaperin their lives in a vain effort.to perpetuate TO FIGHT LIQUOR TRAFFIC. 1 .
;, and upright JudgeCome over. any length will be made at Louisville.. which bad as its purpose the Investigation r.
Florida which received the Associated the of their
power oppressors. "
of their
diseases and
plant remedy
Ky.. on the 4th of April H\ wlll remain Anti-Saloon In Jacksonville .
more League Organized
Rockefeller writes from Press service. History shows no ghastly; tragedy ornithology
Young. Mr. there for two hours and will I while a third was that of -
that he Is spending his time ''It is with genuine! pleasure that we than that which is being enacted Last Week.
kurope make a speech attended by a camp of and mamnology: now called the
have learned that the Miami Metropolis before the world today-nothing more 1.
vacation cannot
>>rofttabl,. Even a United Confederate Veterans Department of Biological Survey and
t separate a Rockefeller from the Ideas divides this honor with us, and It fitting to excite the horror and !Indignation I The Florida Anti Saloon League i having as Its purpose the study of
leave I
Presidential will!
The party I
held its closing session at the Union
of profits is with a pleasure no kiss genuine that of humanity than the dull, stupid birds beneficial and detrimental to ;
Louisville a little after noon, and will
Congregational Church last Thursday
we now record it. obstinacy of a despot unable to
-0--- culture and the best way :to
i crop )
arrive at St. Louis that evening Ills
night and finished the work of
It does not surprise us to receive read the plain decree of fate and up permanently
The city authorities should get after i check their ravages :.!
j stay will be brief and there will bea
ts this information, for the word "hulltle"Is heartless enough to call for fresh I organizing.! The report of Mr. Colman also
was mainly responsible
coreer recorded between all the lines of hectacombs .of his 'chik 'f11' to stave reception, with no speeches.At the committee on constitution and byelaws for the '' '
of the
passing bill providing
and South McAlester
.j worked and probably never will A our neighbor to the south of us. off the humiliation of acknowledgeddefeat. Muskogee was adopted, and officers for the I for the establishment of Government .
will\ be made the President
I. T., stops ensuing year were selected as follows:
State vagrancy law Is one of Florida'sgreatest As Schley said to Sampson after the Were there not other crimes experimental stations and for
I speaking from the platform of President Dr W. F. Tocum. of Lake t
needs and'if the next legislature battle of Santiago, "there's! s glory against liberty whose penalty might the introduction of practical and sclen-
his trultt.I Cb&s. '
frames such a bill It should be enough for both of us," and we salute attend the recognition: of the evil I City; superintendent. Rev. W. |'tine agriculture in connection with
will be reached
Sherman Tex on
dim Alonzo
4 aade'to Include in Its regulations punishment the bright Journalistic luminary of the which Ibis man and those who went I : White ; secretary. : the State and National Colleges T.
the afternoon of April S. The people of Jacksonville
Thompson, ; treasurer
alike for the home idler anal Magic City with hand stretched across before him have wrought; were there I accomplish this purpose he called a
1 of the place have arranged for a reception J. D. Shay lor, of Jacksonville; vice-
tie fellow ,,,,ho rides In on the rods the three hundred and odd miles that no common cause uniting those engaged I : meeting of the leading educators of
j to the President at the station, Rufus A.
president Russell of Jack- ,
ud in box-cars. I divide us, as belonging to the class of in stlffllng the aspirations! after I the country to discuss the project It
and he will\ there make a short speech. sonville.! The election of officers to ,
-o- newspapers that print reliable, freedom of the subject nationalitiesof I I met with unanimous approval and a
repre.entaI I accu-I That evening Dallas will be reached. constitute a headquarters committeewas
Steve Melton, Duval's rate and fresh telegraphic news Europe surely the arrest of a war r bill was then and there drafted after'.c
I Co!. John Simpson will give a dinner as follows: Judge It. B. Art-bl-I
tive to the State Legislature has prepared -o- I I tint is assuming the proportions of an wards becoming; a law and inangurat-
I for President Roosevelt bald chairman ; Dr. T. L. Irwin, Dr.
a bill to chance the charter of WEALTH OF COUNTIES.The outrage on humanity ought to commend Ing the now system of scientific -
I The train will reach Waco early In J. :0>. Taylor. C. II. Smith. Frank John- j splendid
the city of' Jaeksonv1Ue.'and. among State Comptroller's report of itself to the common action of and practical agriculture as practiced '
i I the morning. Here there will be a i boti, and E. O. Painter, of Jacksonville.;
e rtber things it prescribes for the election the as.elsNI'aluatlon of real personal civilized powtrs. throughout! the country and In
I short atop and a brief speech. About J. 0 IlarrU. of Live Oak. Lewis E.
of the bond trustees and the city telegraph and railroad property in I Russia has comparatively few sympathizers hich the Government lends so much 'J?
noon on the Cth of April President Nelson, of Miami; Rev. W. j. Care I|
attorney by the people, instead of by the State civ Dade county $4.12U.149to But there ought to be sym aid
Rool'vct11 reach Austin the capital Pinter of Tampa and Dr. W. L. Moore i
appointment, as Is now In vojue.; This its cr lit. u\al fads with 12.- : pathy and ptr: for the Russian soldiersvho In many ether ways, was Mr. Cok ,..
of the State, The Legislature; .-\1' of Tallahassee Judge:; B. P Ibach ,
F puts It up to J. M. Bars to get busy defeat :,1.4CI. .'!hi- nest to Duval is UlIs.1 are belag slaughtered-the vie listen noose man Inntrumental In building up the.
I meet Jointly to to Mr. was elected as correspon4iMg secretary ;
,a that bill, or lose his Job. Jacksonville Uimi-eli iTuiiijial with: 59:9,12" tit: 3 of a blind and stubborn and cru- office of Secretary: of Agriculture and
j velt. lie will address the clti/cns olI
: always has troubles of her :'.t "...i ii-u Kftcamtiia! (Pensacnlui: oveniuiont. The civilized world re- I In laying tho foundations for subsepucat -'
I I Austin from the stops of the capitoL
rt eon, and strange to say they always' Kith $Gij4ioiJ. TliLSo are cUy cu..,,- oils at the bloody scenes in Manchuria. I San Antonio which Is to be the BIG STOCK COMPANY. : work, the fruits of which are

i acme every four yens ties as are also Monroe (Key West) ( now prevalent and well known. He
of the Riders' reunionj
.. o and Dade with Miami and West Palm
rre : Is a great admirer the present See-
j be reached on the night ot April With $150,000 Capital Being Formed
midshipman of the United States Beach, but Monroe is only given in the ANOTHER WAR BREWING. ; rftarj Mr. Wilson, and nays that he
} G. This will occupy nil of April 7 to Handle Pineapple Crop. j
Navy, courtmarilaled and dismissed report J1.S51.913.: Alachua (Gainesville I I I is the best
In the
j man office the Government !; ,
That night lio will\ start for FL Worth. I
from the- smite for desertion, finds ), Polk (Bartow and Marlon Sound the assembly" War is brew I been has ever had. i
i whore his surfs will join him. A For 8e'eralveekll plans have j I I
hlmsolf without recognition or citizenship (Ocala) are the only other counties of lag and the haughty: foe It: getting In Private life
Mr. Colman Is editor
J short speech will be made At Box inn forming and meetings have been hold I Ts..
.- in the United States for his act the forty.(he in the State showing! 1 rrady to Invade our shores. Venezuela I fur the of stock : and proprietor of Colma.n's Rural
the President will leave his car for a purpose organizing a i,
la other words be is dead*' far as and below } to whip: the United States
so $4.000,000 $5,000,000. j proposes| World, the oldest agricultural! journalin
hunting trip from Col Simpson' company would handle the pineapple
Uncltt Sam is concerned both politically The figures are interesting from BCV- i President Castro has not yet declare"I In I illSHourt. This
ranch. The big chapparal bunt to.i crop of the great pineapple belt; j paper was founded It
and socially. This however does: oral standpoints the Jacksonville I am, but one of his advisers, CoL Juan '
9 : j, says | Southeastern Texas has been cut out j jI says the Fo.-t Pierce News The first ; In 1852. and which has not miod a, k

act prevent him from enjoying throe j Metropolis, as they as a whole show I Baustista I/iniclto has issued a pamphlet I lIre will thin go to Colorado where meeting was held on Col. Thompson j jhouseboat single: issue since, thus Diving to ther.. :

square meals a day if he can get th"ra lb.it the assessed valuations for 1904txceed which outliers a plan for cap I I ', illjlintrulehej< visitor! the honor of be- "
'" I from April IG'h to May. lath:; th"rc are "Everglade. at Miami, and
and hurrahing as lustily as the next I those of 1003!) $:a;, :a.l05. Also !i wring! New OrKans with an army of ,, no detlnaettans. 1'h.rc f la some talk I, incetlnKS were held in Jenwen itrnmittee I,,1 I 'ire:: the ablest active editor in "Mis '

fellow on election day even though; that Jacksonville and Tampa arc advancing "0.000 men. The subjugation of the I last week. soirl.Mr.
I I about him txtinOmg this I trip to At- i i '
a<" end t vote. What's the! difference taster than any other cites j nest of the country would be easy. Tb Colman remain here for .u.
i i lanta and other Snu'h,-rn ritios. in \Vfliifsilay a general me.tln was,, .m.
an> vej in ihc State. ..Alachua :Marion and l pamphlets! dwell on the "insults wvertil wtil
days and then ti' Stuart 2'
I uhitb case! be will probably' dude i hM In Fort Pierce to rwei.e the re so ,

---0.- M i arc rUle agricultural counties;: II I! which thU country has Offtrfil Ventioa. .llId"n\'i1I Thn> Is also taK of the ;i-1'1. of the u'uomrtee" oa COnlllIul.ionw.1 f i spent a few days with '*Pn, "'dent.. ="
A committee of."Princeton alumni j and they are growing .-poJlml"tlon. +I /, ant urges that they he avenger Crtsctent PO II'<)-\lrg his Gl'Onl'a'1d!: Hy.la\\s. The nam of tIC! com ipary ,; n'UH'.hl" ) li fishing) :; a?,ii 1'e6t.J'';:

which Is iwUeg to raise a fund o! and ealth. 'Thvini! !'in of the MIviHaipp' val ''I' th"rP
I HoriOa rip until fall, at whUh time i hi to '..> 'ho Fi"nn! Ka't C"a-t ; after which b.fT1 likely 1

SiOMIIO states that the endowed ;\I There !is, however no indication!. of i, ky KoulJ! bv the most.etf act iv.! wean I! h,.' will pro ubly In pri'''<>nt 11 Jack- f run t Mippl li <'j. aliI! bite t'rinrpattia : : r' irn to Miami mil r'n.. .. tDdoaa ','

h ., funds of that institution amount in !' retrograding; In any of the couatks j jE of ( urlntig! the power of Uj ll I

round combers to only $2i00,000.i \'ery couaty in the State except Ha: I!' *,'' while! Colombia, Costa Rita ,I rem U being. heM r: fr .3 a t'as'iul a'ork of Sl" ''" ar..l! 'v.1! :Pf\'anN*! in years Mr; ',." ,anIs 4

which.it. no larger than many "mod i is !her Franklin! Holmes, Liberty and! Eferayua and Mexico woull "op 'n I I II ..11.\1'- ,art t'\'l'h i r\t 1 _till er'i.f and !:I..nl''t. a great k

erate private fortunes" This leads'\ \\aui.uHa are abuse the one and two ;;, thc.r fnmtlcm to t *<' pasV"
the Philadelphia Press to say. 11ne : million mark, and _the Ere couatli' of Boh.ar" SATS Col I.>., io .1! of ill'. lower court in which v ci a's aft. f tdaaLJ.1'l. : !. pleasant gentleman.

generations ago In New York, when icvUaUil; reaching the, nr.iijn! D1 Irk' "'fhl''' may s....Tt. t.f r: 'nv i fp ar. k. tla'h .. of '
1"11,1< .> <* ns I"'I"i '""'' um i> ij< "i tbironipaT" an I'

,a Mr. Brevoort died, a .Philadelphia\ pa !|I this: :year, except, perhaps WakuPa! \:si'n, but whey w'_- 'r'P.rth i .he ;:;,mon RV..!I of Ki.y W. II, fir the 'uv if.1 s-Ml frulls and visO'.i' !i. s.r A J. wn'vtle' Pl'cn. i" r It, ; A. '

per noted with deep Interest that-he {j the lowest of all 'OuntitSS710.n3.:: N nh. Am..rlcanUlIr.tH! .H'..... op ; ':"u"fS>r of ltnn ('''hff'rl. Ri-\-> It'ad. .r:.. hiUtI transurz th *.J'u' "a'l,'"$. pnt.a' a"'" .. J"s: I

waSWorth $2,000,000. aad "' as considered Taklni all fl\ all the outi: for FlorIda '1 in Ib" ton ant '. .
| 'ra' *tn! 'hi Jer t iii,,ii.itt. i -it the rirruit rtnit did tr. < t'rft havlug malt: t't" n >v arty -

' L the richest man' In New York i!I'I! i I" a must th orfnl one. will !It,! tradersmil enw"r.1IU feats I I m t ous'ain; th.' ;i.v! R..vi-- oat con Ill' -I b.ti, and secn.' : :) h vtss

or In the country. Fifty rears -ago a -0ESTIMATING -- of hirnlaui our h !4rls "'it'll within ti" I v. nl, and sent n'-e-l! to .1' r.rh The A TALC OF THE SEASON!: :: 1,(> court decree the '" r: I ,: spite

fortune of 1,700,000 would have nude i I, TOMATO CROP. '' and *.. art' ...i'l u; to latl our s and t'i'!' ," sun (It the si'-i nil* C"fUrt 1. aM.;t [>iim.R 'li v'.rl.) 'h,,' r. ..-115. ."e, profi station and s-Jt;! f relatives

x t a man conspicuous. It will\! still mae I i A Tampa authority quoted \sP. 'i in the VAD .ir("
people comfortable in taoet torts of j+|I "A Vr< in the Metropolis today Cr'inV <'n hi h i. \" ol the new worll ,.har .> I' <'('pl an a[>ppal to i'ji-! pt.tlnniug shall of large llze! and evident age -p-----

the country, but la many bank parlors the to'al tomato crop In Florida this .. called once more to that ., '. .' Bro-varl It 1 l' :
1 t I prov nl! *h.oh wilt | ; {;> It- :::.iile. : '2! caj' I L. j'ji i i aDX {

'In WaU street If a nan appear-1 with season at 20(10.000 {'mt.... Of tbs' Vvrrnula I 18 immortal.aiut. is the first t .''I"c onrt also n'":!. t > j ii-n, inn In ;' In thiB ')''.\ h',' It .t f.. ,1 3'F if tb" <>xlT" "f'hif !l.t '. ,. rl.-e. T

no larger a sum than this: concealed '1' cumber he-' allows the Iiist Coast: t io taU- up the glove which U! thrown I I' 1 raw of Po''n \'.i'*>h ve i'ortnr '' i-.eitr: wu fr,. t I" ,ir'.nt! r't,' I i. n to." hAll be h4t r 11\,",;i' I .. urge. -

about him, a": collection would be take : .ft0(0o}. crates and gives the balance, J ,'own -,' ... to ; not ''vht :n h.. in' r. .
; toiiay to the "hol* of S.nllth. i ill B t 'mdse

} en op. Thj: possw sioa of this "mod-| or nearly: double that of the East 4 nterrca" i I \.->n In J..atm. n' Th" .!<.i.!-
crate private fortune,' leaves a man Coast to the West Coast : "< re Is a than e for the "bij, ,trk'| rrs the jnd!in ent of the c.roultir '''v :.'cl < v" 'r "') ,!I'ltt'! !...,. i- 1 -"ntw s usiiLlty! coast; !. r : an tit" N,

today In comparative but altogetherajrreeable w This estimate is probably a piece'' '" -' action for H* money. The "eow. I", and men anils the can for a new j' '.:N 'h-. r hbr"all'n' i that 'h- ', tt ". I, i I'm'l stand) by tb "I. .at that ""\

ob C'Urlt- Of CTWH work and a* the awthor Tnii 1.417i.! <-n'lj'r*" may well trp"1'blP !S..me' I I"a! ..fad,,,," ,, :n. 'HI. rub ni jn, riun! wa > \ 'i N\rrh Mm safely ovfr.

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OOCKMASTER KELLUM. MME. NEDOERHUT. Bribery is now ihtrsed: In connection
DROWNED INB J I with local elections In the Philip-1 I

r Man Who Handled Tourists and Boats Celebrated Psychic Palmist, Will Remain pines. Looks! as though they were following

Due Great Praise. I One Week. the Philadelphia: pattern in : I WHALER! ]I

;i -i yr ','arinK! thems.I.es lor silf-gottru-:
B BANANA N RIVER I Now t.iat the tourist and fishing Mme NeiUIorhiit, Rho; has Just finish men I.

w II I season h. a Aunt lo a close toj much i *-,I a very successful season, has -o--
;, Brake crucot Le given Dockmaster I ,leaded to remain In the city one week State of Ohio. City of Toledo! tss)
j M. IL K- Hum: for the very efficient lintr.. Lucas County. Everyone who buys a

.. ai.mr m u hit! h hi> has conducted :.!:rc. N'e !1'iorhut is the world re j[ Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he "
Fear! Ot.tof! Five Pi!? .'Jre Seekers "he affairs rntiimU'il lo him and for sunned i>s.;:ihic palmist and th.s 1'J Is soaiur partner of the firm of 1J. Diamond of us feels

g hs court. -y and attention to nil setk- 'J her LrM suit to Miami and she Is so Lost Life inS uall. ins aiitice ; 'vl I attention. td'.Jraily Inprv4scil with, the city that : uf Toli-lo, County amt;: aforesaid i!: I
\Vh-re there are so many boats sho has con':lulled to stay over 1i0 that I and that said firm will pay the sum !! lhat he or she tins secured a gnod
there Is aUajs a great amount of !ihe public may have an opportunity 'Jf one hundred dollars: fur each and I 1 i l/ir<}fiin. Jf'r intend that ectrjj

:, rivalry ::t.d ronnrtion which must be to have the 1 l.nes in their hands; read< every case'of catarrh that cannot be :'! one shall feel ttnit iray. }"cery

4 WERE ALL TOURISTS-BODIES ac1JuMC'Q. I K>-llutn has handled theses Mine. X <1d'rhut! can diagnoi illness cured by the use of Hall's: Catarrh :[: c't(-m we sell must be riyht in quality. -

RECOVERED' : SUNDAY AFTERNOON en.ergeac! admirably well. He has aud giealuable information as to |I Cure. Frank J. Cheu.,.. I: coloi, ('ulalld price. lie hate .,
AND WERE SHIPPED been impartial and without faiontea etimlUiiins, !in life In regard to business I- Scorn to before'me and bubsoribed ,: SOlielire
to s/wif
ones you : : : : : .
4 NORTH TODAY. They hay :ill fared alike at his hands, lore affairs, marrlrge. etc. Those in ni} i,re*.'n v, this Cth day of Decem- :,I
*a* f and the Pit n u..,, cud \1.11. are ,-..tistle ,, and cont-mod with his nianagement.Mr 301 Ulenih: street between the bournnrt4nnd1a.in..2andfp.mandS
1 j : Ke'.ltrn! has taktn: a epeclal interest NO'JI) i'ubHc.! I II !

While pleasuring! In a snail boat in the tourists, and been untie and 10 p. m. Hall's Catarrh Cure U take'i intern-i The Jeweler I-----

In Banana river near Rocklcdge last' tug in his efforts for their accomiucxiUon I ally, asj acts directly on the bloot I

Friday, the craft was struck by t I and pleasure The dock las be, ri Pleasant add Harmless. ::n.il: :11 f'0\1 surfaces of the s\! ftem. I '

quail -an.i four of the fire occupant kept clean and Inviting. and the bo.i.j : Send for testimonials! free.
drowned. 1 In urder. Pon't drug; the stomach to cure n ]I V" J rhe> "')' & Co. Toledo O. 1I

The unfortunate victims were Mrs In all other wars has his trust ben cough. One 1nul! ,) Cough Curge cut '!I. Sold by 111! druggists!': : 75c.

,v H. G. Jiaicr, of Chautaqua.. Y.: Mr well executed, and those masters no > ihe mucus, deans the luliatuationout ''I Take 1I,1I's! Family: Pills) for const-! I F. W. HAHN
,F. \\". O. Moore and daughter, Edith otcupying berths at tho dock, an ut the throat, I lungs and bronchia''! i attune ,
Daldwin. who expect to be there again; tulips hi'aj.! soothes and cures. ATtuok '
of Hoh-Oke, Mass. and Mr. A. A ne\i Architect and Builder
of Ceo,!ann. Mr. Miller, the season wish for his retention then cure for croup and whooping! NOTICE. ,
only: one of the five occupants not I: and In the years to come.I MOMS a cough In me minute because I :Xo'iie Is hrtby; gfifn lb Crowned,drifted down .the river about I draftsman in the South and better
:' 2 1-: miles hore he was rescued, and I Safe Cough; Medicine for Children. it acts tirst! cu the mucus membrane' j' ''otircil of the City of ::111..1'1'111'11I I apply prepared than ever for furuit>htn am plats
right w here the cough troubles-In the I to the Legislature;: of the :State:: of Flur and detail
wry'weal lor
> though v'.l: in a and ext good buildings, fine cabi.
busted <->'iihtls3! 1! wfil recover. Thr I j In buying a cough; medicine for throat or deep sealed oa the lungs I,| ula. at the sf ssioa t.o:;innlnp April 4th.I' net work, eta 1 am now headquarters
i-' .. ,, .... ,I 'hildren never be afraid to buy Cham Surd by Biscayne; Drug Co. ""."), for the passage of a special Act for turned work, scroll sawing and all "
rfji'.ijnt 4 o'clork In
t gr .. .. .. ,., .
work stale
.. t a FIRST rLvaeplanin
a the ifM'nooa., ,. ? i uugu ne>ueti> mere ib '
no danger from it and relief Is always ROSE MARIE HERE.Chav anil Sail Act to contain pro"-I Models :''!'oiuoou alter the Metropolis 'tl
rare to follow. It Is especially valu- I r.aln: ;; and p""aUI.hing the: Munlcl-1 I IImliy Send me your order for doors and win-
had: :gone to prt-bi the following
e 'telegram was receive from,Rock- able for colds, croup and wbooplrgvugh F. Naething. Expert arpon of the City of Miami; provMIn!! ; } dow frames ballusters, bracke:., etc
ft l > .. For sale oy Ked Cross Phar- Fisherman, and Party Aboard for ihe ec'(tiun of oSKers.: and pre- and convinced
dgene bodies :Stacy and all medicine dealer a' rll'lng' their powers and duties; preIscrihirg MIAMI. FLA
of the four person.c1ro1lued .
Friday afternoon by the capsizing The houseboat Roso Marie Captain and 1 HnJtini the powers of I I
Thrown Switch Causes Wreck. I the Council granting! right to Im- --. --- ..
City -
of their boat in the Banana river Laflln. from the Indian river end having : I ------- ---- --
eu' were all recof'ered'S.tnday: after. aboard Mr. Chaa. XaethloR the peso panultios for offenses against the-1 I I oooc :>OOOOCQO
r' Three found the ClarksTllle, Tenn. March 27.-A tarpon fishing expert of New York City Ordinances; irescrlbing methjils ,
,' noon. were near I
s place they lost their lives wh'.le the wreck occurred on the Louisville & and a party of friends aboard, arrived for the assessment and collection: : : of Contractors 'and Properly( Owners\

fourth was some,distance away. Nashville railroad four milts from In port Sunday afternoon. I revenue; providing for Municipal\
here this morning In which four' lives :Mr. be Court; granting the right; to Issue If
"The remains of Sir. Baldwin will Naething. It will rememberedmade you don't want to SAVE MONEY,
be burled at Georgians, while the other were lost and much valuable property. phenomenal catches of these City Bonds In excess of 5 per cent of we can't help you. If you do co'je to )
destroyed. The wreck was caused bya fish he lower the valuation of real and personal
three bodies will go by expresst game on coast last sea
t from Cocoa tomorrow to the following string of freight cars running wild' son. He was under the guidance ofCapt. property within the City limits limits; The J. A. McDonald Co.AND

'places: Mr. F. W., O. Miller and i and crashing Into a freight train going Albert Helnkle, the well known providing for the election of Bond .

xv daughter. Edith to Holyoke, Mass,j I' In the opposite direction. coast pilot of this city and so satisfactory Trustees, and prescribing their powers BUY YOUR
: The dead are Engineer Murray,
and Mrs. Miller to Chautaqua, N. Y. were hisservices that Mr. and duties.
p"k "Mr. Miller, the only one of the par Fireman Fox ai d two unknown Karthing then and there engaged him By order of the City Council of the Long Leaf Yellow PIne
tramps who were stealing tides. The
for this season's City of Miami.
surviving Is so Injured that he win fishing. Captain
locomotive and ten cart were wrecked Helnkle will the U. R. KELLUM. Framing at $16 M.\
j be unable to accompany the remains join party at once per
of his wife North.CLEARING .". Railroad men say that a switch was and they will get away this week for City Clerk.
ra' thrown maliciously to wreck the fast their cruise which wll extend well Into Boards same price. r.We also sell tame Brick [4 kinds],

BATTLEFIELD. I passenger train. next month. NOTICE.In I Cement. Sash. Doors Mouldi igs, and whatever else.a

Court of County Judge, State of bull Jer requires at lowest possible figure.
2 Has ttood the Test 25 V..... Champion LJnlmsnt for Rheumatism
No and Florida Dade County.In .
Japanese Army wClsaning up
The old, original Grove's Tasteless '
,, Rebuilding! Around Mukden. Chill Tonic. You know what you are Chaa. Drake, a mail carrier at Chaolnvllle. To re Estate all Creditors of Charles Legatees B. Crockett.Diatrlbg.teee Jr.- I You InOt Where We Are ----. 14th Street Miami Fit t

taking. It is Iron and quinine In a Conn., says: "Chamberlain'sPain i _
b4 With the Japanese .left army in the tasteless form. No cure BO pay. Me. Balm Is the champion of all lini and all persons having claimsor
field March '28. The ments. The I demands against said estate:
Japanese army past year I was troubled
.near Mukden is engaged In clearing Going on a Cruise. t great deal with rheumatism In my You and each of you ZIP hereby notified

11. the : battlefield and ,sorting the enormous houlder.. After trying several cures and required to present any Wilson }
Captain Enoch Ross and daughter &
claims and .Irnun.hUh you or Flye
quantities of stores and materials 'be storekeeper here recommended '.
aboard the Jupiter, Ca)taln and Mrs. ;
ithr of yu>i may have against the
r captured attending to the prisoners his remedy and 'It completely cured
Charles Meloy on the Mystery and estate of CharUs! II Crnokfit Jr. dec -
,.and repairing the railroad bridge me. There is no 111',4' of anyone suffering DSlLStS IB (
Mr. and Mrs George H. Myers In the t
late of Dade Flurlda
ired. ,
across the Hun river which was damaged from that painful ailment when county
Clara, will form a pleasant party who f'Jt to ,in unilersum-vj ndminlHtiatrlx of
by the Russians. his liniment can be obtained a Staple Groceries Fruits
will get a..ayln their respective boats i I
4; :Trains are now running.to the Hun imall sum. One application gives !I, aiit estate within :wesis fioiu the ,
but In with each other, between '
River and win be operating to Muk Drouipt relief and Its continued use for' ,1:11.: tter.af.
den In a few days. The weather is the middle and 'last of next i chart limn will produce a pemaunt I I I HI..rt ouch K. A T) !!M::;. TOBACCOS
month for an extended cruise of several ..
s ,very warm and the ground is thawing rure. For sale by Red Cross I IPhu4La'Y I Airi: n MarJ Crn-i.f'1.' '
f4 rapidly, making the movement of guns I weeks In the Bahamas going and aL mcflrrci!! dealers.ci !! .1111 t,in'trbs! rat, ,x. i iNOTiw i AND CIGARS
first to BImIni and thence to the other .
and transportation di culL islands and towns of the After -- Avenue D and 14th St., MIAMI FLA.WantEveryGrower
-- I group. : uld Miami's growth for the next i OF EXECUThlX. .
DELCASSE TO ARBITRATE. their return here Captain and Jilsa four years prove as healthy as the Ilan-tfdF.e a
-- Ross will leave In the Jupiter for past four years the southern suburb All persons concerned will take notice I y
Terms of Peace With Japan en Bcnilf Jacksonville where the boat will prob-- of West Palm Beach will be known as that six months after! dam I will I

of Russia. ably be left while they go North by the .Magic City"Tropical Sun. present my teal accounts and vouch. We

-w. rail for the summer. Captain and ers as executrix of the estate cf John ,
London, March 28 -A telegram f rum Mrs. Meloy may accompany them In Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diar J. Hayden, late of Dade County, le-

'r the Northern European; capital, recelypd the Mystery though they have not rhoea Remedy. I ceased, to the County Judge of said i IN THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS.
today at nn says: decided whether they will spend the The great success of this preparation county and pray for my final discharge

,'- ri 'have Just leaned on reliable aathority summer in Miami or not. In the relief and cure' of bowel as executrix of said estate.FLORENCE .
'that Russia baa asked M. Del-! complaints baa brought It Into almost P. HADEN Florida VessUbleV complete manual of Florida crops.

cans to act as Intermediary and open By the Tonic Routs. universal use. It- never falls and Executrix Estate of J. J. Haden De Florida Orargea."-or spatial interest to orange growers. T

peace negotiations with Japan. ; The pills that act as a tonic and when reduced with water and sweet ceased. Florida Strawberries.-A Booklet on "Soil Varieties, Cultivation..
Mr. Dekasse has signified his wilt not as a drastic purge, are IteWitt's ened, Is pleasant to take. It Is equally January 13. 1905.! HUm Fertilization."

ingness 10 so act, but considers Lord Little Early Risers They cure headache valuable fpr children and adults For I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. W Irish Potatoes"-A Booklet on -Sol. 8efod. Planting and Cultlratfcra; Ms*
; Lansdownea co-operation essential to'i constipation, biliousness, etc. sale by Red Cross Pharmacy and all of Fertilizers. Digging and Shlpplq.'I ." '
** Early Risers are small to take I -- .
easy medicine dealers. Pineapple
success. .rtlUslnc.-or
l'' I| Department of the Interior, Land special Interest to pineapple grower
and easy to act-a safe pilL Mack Ideal!
Omce at Gainesville. Fla. Feb. C. 19U5. 'I FertU1sen"-Boott showing aU oar different' brands, analyst imsssj.
kr Honors for Japanese Co-Ed. Hamilton, hotel clerk at Valley City Buy here once and you will buy here Notice Is hereby given that the following eta

Berlin. March 28.-The first d tor'adPCJ'M N. D., nays. : "Two bottles cured' me of again. We are proud of our big list named settler has filed notice New and Revised Editions of the above Just published,sent fm for the if'rfre i'
conferred on a woman by the chronic constipation. Sold by Bia- of permanent customers.. Dade CountyFurniture of his Intention to make commutation

4 University of Marburg has bten secured cayne Drug CaSTUPENDOUS Co. proof In support of his claim and that WILSON & TOOMER' FERTILIZER (COMPANY '

by a Japanese woman Miss jI i t said proof will be made before John ,
c Tada Crata. of Kumamoto. Miss Urata PROJECT. I I Too much "dough" sometimes makes | a Reilly U. S. Commissioner at his i JACKONVILLE. Fla.ChaseSrny .
'for her degree wrote an exceedingly4's a man crusty; If you want to try it. j I once at Miami Flat, on March 18, 1905, -- --' -

frudite thesis, which received the Its 1 i j That of Connecting St. Augustine buy here anj cave money. The Dade !!! viz.: William J. Krome. of Horrel 'acl. Agents,
ads highest nconiiims from the medical ; and Miami by Inland Waterway. Courty Furniture Co. Fla., homestead 32991: for the l south 1-2 a.zn1. rla..
faculty of Jhe university. I I Of sw 1-4 of, sw 1-4 of se 1-4 section BROWN .t MOODY STOCKTON & BRADFORD .
Mr. George F. Miles, president and The elevated road is one sort of I Cutler Utile Rver;
6, township 57 south, range 39 < il}
I' general manager'of the East Coast highway. Wu are the elevated road
Russian Fours Fall.
I !I east, and southeast 1-4 of southeast
jr "St Petersburg, March 28.-A. semi- I Line Canal & Transportation Co., SL of quality and the subway of bar- 1-4 of section I, township 57 south, Miami Works, f
' panic prevailed on the Bourse today I I Augustine; and Mr. Ceo. L. Bradley, aln". The Dade County Furniture range 3S east He names th" follow'-vg Bottling ,

when.Russian fours fell a point to 85 a capitalist and promtnent resident of Co.I' I II witnesses to prove his continuous r s- WALL DICKINSON.
1.2.J' I. Washington ,D. C. were guest of Hotel j I j idence upon and cultivation of Sid Props M ;

.I Ormond on Sunday, says the Titus-I, A man may pocket his find, but. a t land, viz: I ltb ,. Near R. R., Miami, FlaMsoufsrturer I
Japs Again Active. vile Advocate., They had been Inspecting woman\ can seldom find her pocket. I II t Charles Gossman of Black Po.t! ,i st
Gnnshu Pass., March :&-The Japanese the .ark done by the dredgesof I I The hduse that treats you right III I Fla. of

... are again moving forward and : the company between the Tomoka easily found.- The Dade County Furniture | L R. Nixon, of Black Pont. Its 1.

' the Russian rear guard has fallen ; and Mataczas rivers It is a stnppn-I I Co I I William Anderson, of Black Pol.it. All Kinds of ; t: ft "
back to Chaoumiaodonz, forty miles dou piece of work but will be completed ---- i r
below Gnnrnu Pass. by next January, when this A good record' to a man what a Fla.D.. C. Brown, of Perrlne. FU. Soft Drinks ('ffs:(" -3
i grand Inland waterwa11 be open sail Is to a boat; it pushes him along. W. Q. Robinson ;I ,

The travel from the south Is very for all kinds of light draft yachts be- Our record Is good. We treat yon Reftlstar i I Prompt Attention to All Orders Out-of-Tewn f Orders BolldUd.DYSPEPSIA .

t heavy now' and the hotels here are 1 st. Augustine and Miami. On Sun right The Dade County FurnitureCo. ._ -- -
keeping well filled. The town should I day morning one of the Ormond automobiles .
e be fined with visitors for another I was engaged for a ran of If 4J CURE M
Every child In Miami knows who lethe
-1 month as the weather is Ideal here, several miles down the fine hard .
house that treats right
,while It Is very changeable, farther! beach, and through the picturesque yon DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT _'f

north and again there will be no cessation 1 streets of Daytona and Seabreeze Remember-Not once In a while r O 0 NI TIle 11. 0abn.ontdaP4C't,.tr'. '.......**aea..It..
E of the gaieties here until the Mr. Chaa. H. Walton, of Tltusville, accompanied but an the time we sell the samegoods ? 11 P rttruta..iv AT' Tot IAMUH eC. .
'latter part of April-St. Augustine Messrs Bradley and Mile for less money. Dade County J C. ixr.TXTT &. =U.:P .IY CHICAGO UL.

t ,.Becocd.r. on this pleasant automobile drive. Furniture Co. Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar



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j. '_; you would use a searchlight in vain to find better great deal. It is true, nevertheless.

f To }leave iL jest when it pleases you best i is a good thing but never }leave our store to

tt t r find better elsewhere, for that will be a waste of F. R. DOUGLAS 'I;

!L r; LIGhTS time; we know that ours ,cannot be excelled 31O-312 TWlUfc Street. l Miami, florid -f

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)I the bad aim of the would be assassin. Dipper Dredge Coming. About Ready for Business. Seller to Fred Setter, et al. for 1250 phemla Finder for ISO etc. lot 9. 'fl

I WAR NEWS. who threw the bomb behind and not The P Sanford Rosa dipper dredge The new Ice factory, after several I Ilo.t 3 and 4, Seller addition to Miami block 22, north UUmLQuitclaim

,t, under his carriage. which will remove the rock now being days of successful work is closed Jennie B. Church to G<<>>. & deed. Geo. M. Bobbin

Iy'_ Von Kolken's body was filled with crushed by the chisel dredge in then down a day or two because of a alight Amsden for |1. Iota Zl, 22. block 17, to Drucllla McCormick for $1. part of j t

'k London March 24.-The final details splinters. The assassin has not yet w ship channel across the bay, is break In the machinery which will be north Miami. se 1-4 of sw 1-4 of section 21. townab1D

;, of the Japanese loan were concluded been arrested. expected to reach here about the mid. quickly repaired. The old factory Is Warranty deed Lucy D. Cronk and 54 south, range 41 east

; here today. The amount Is The man who threw a bomb into the dIe of next month, when It will be set In operation which prevents any suspension husband to Edwin T. Darby for $1100lot Warranty deed. E. C. Romfk to J. J.

: $450.000.000 at 41 1.2 per cent The police station at Feign, Injuring six at Its work. The suction dredge, in the Ice..supply. The cold 6 of section 36, township 40 south Lawrence for $100. etc..a 1-Z of B* 14 y{.
Is believed to be which removed the sand, baa finished storage department Is nearing\ completion 42 section 2C S3 vrti
11 price paid is 90 per cent policemen dying range east, and part of lot 7, all of township south, rang it
The security win be the tobacco. from injuries by fragments of the Its task and Is now at the terminal and will consist of four compart- lots 1 and 2, block 1 In Neptune. east, less 5 acres. a

'I Monopoly amounting to 16000000. according bomb and bullets fired by the police. dock being repaired, after which It ments, which will be used for the Quit-claim deed, Chas. G. and Mary Warranty deed, Dade County Title ,

to nm year's budget The The assassin refuses to give his will be laid up In the Miami nver for storage of all perishable commodities H. Hlne to Hlne Bros., for $1 lot 7 Insurance and Trust Co. to Henry Bo. r

'y p- loan will be issued simultaneously In Identity but declares himself a :Socialist the summer, and probably until the offered. The whole plant will be Government lot 1 section 21, township banks for $100 lots 1 and 2. block

l' New York and London each taking The greatest excitement prevails Rons contract here has been"complet ready for business In a few days. I 54 south, range 41 east. block 83, north. Miami.

here. Warranty deed, O. G. Strohm to H. !
!I 75000000. I led Colon Waterloo. i Quitclaim deed, Chas. G. and Mary s4
The P.
and J, R. Anthony for $1, etc. undivided t"
The rpeclal Japanese commissioner U. Hlne
to Ralph )I. Munroe
i and
Low Tides. Colonel John M. Fuller, or Honey Hlne
Gorky Has Lung Trouble. :.3 Interest in lot. 3 of block
; of finance informed the Associated i St. Petersburg March 27.-Maxim Capt. Ross, mho was optslde Friday Grove. Texas nearly met his Waterloo Bros, for $1 lot 10 Government lot 1.wtlon 15, West Palm Beach,1!

: .' ,Frees today that the new loan would fort Gorky's lung roubles are increasing in the Jupiter reports that he from Liver and Kidney trouble. In a 21, township 54 south range Warranty deed, Oliver C and Oeo. +tv
meet all Japanese requirements 41
I I the anxiety rf his friends. The doctors encountered the lowest tide In the recent"letter he cays. "I was nearly H. Maltby to G. G. Strohm for $1.
the iief year and a half, when the war
} declare?hH transfer to South Russia lower bay in the afternoon that be dead of these complaints and althoughI Warranty deed Joseph F. and Eu.phpmla etc, lot 3, block 5, West Palm Beach.
will be It is the loanL
OWT. expected
I from Riga is absolutely; necessary has ever seen. So low was the water tried my family doctor he did me Fro"v to Nathaniel Edwardsfor Warranty deed. Flora G. and C. f.
will be next week.
to his reco\"err. that the Jupiter ,grounded In Mango no good; so I got a SOc bottle of your i $.o;, lot 9 block 31, section 21.; Simpson to Edward J. Brown for $!/.

Fleeing From Harbin. I, Channel a cut heretofore always navy great Electric BatersQ. which curedme. :i township 54 south, range 41 east. r 300 rart of lot 1, section 18, township

Work Resumed.St igable on any tide for light draft ves I consider! them the best medicineon Warranty deed, Frederick S. Morse' 53 south, range 42: east
March 24.
Gunshn Pass, Manchuria, ;
_ Women and chlldrep are leaving I Petersburg, March % .-Since the sels. Banks, seldom ever exposed, earth and thank God who gave 1 '0 Mary E. Montgomery for $250 e 1-2 ( Warranty deed\ J. It. Tatum to Mar-

proclamation of seige, work has been were high: out of the water. On this you the knowledge to make them." of w 1.2 of bw 1.4 of se 1-4 section 23. garet Cremin for $tOO lot 8 and e 1-Z
Harbin and business bouses are closing. -
:! resumed at Eatoumand, and ship are account he was late In getting In. The Sold and guaranteed to cure dyspepsia : townshIp 53 south, range 41 east. lot 7, block 17, south Miami .

r.. The hospitals are being moved back again loading for Quayma. same conditions existed here and the bllliousnesr and kidney trouble br Quitclaim deed, B.'P. and Harriett Warranty deed, Charles Jordan to I'I'of I

t ferryboat was detained some time on All druggists, at 5Jc a bottle. W. Hampton to Charles P. Ward for $3.000 part' ct
i: and the entire railroad east ani south George W. Hawks for
1 I other side of the bay by Insufficient > a 1.: of 1-4
f. of Tzieshar are being prepared for the Jape Active In Mongolia. the $2:; lot 22,.block 39, New Blscayne. ne section 13, township 53 I
: St Petersburg, March 25.-General water to navigate. Houseboat Whim-Wham Sold. south, range 41 east
p next seat of the war. Warranty deed Fort Dallas Land
Lfherltch still continues with the retirement -- It was announced oA last Friday Warranty deed, Alice and W. A.
-l'+ The conviction now exists that Gen Co. to Jas. Cassidy for $150 lot 17 t e
of the bulk of his army north- Fine Watermelons.Mr. morning that the houseboat Whim. Baldwin to Nannie a Cooley for $t .'
era! Knropatkln is now hfcaJjig towards block 50, south Miami .
ward. A Russian correspondent has J. A. Daughtry of Little River, Wham, owned by Dr. R. V. Pierce,had etc. lots 1 and 2 block 22, of cub-dlvt-

c; the northeast for the Investment warned the St Petersburg authorities brought to the Metropolis office today been sold to a gefatleman whose name Warranty deed, McCrimmon Co. to aloe of lot 2, section 36, township U

!'f" of Vladivostok PllrPose. changing his of the danger of Japanese activity a twelve pound, watermelon grown on could not be learned. The consideration F. E. C. Ry. Co". for $1, etc. part of south, range 41 east t ,
j for that
base his farm at that place, and which was sw 1-4 of vs 1-4 of so 1-4 of section '
Monoglia, where he says branches of Is said to have been in the neighborhood Warranty deed Evalina and George

l Papers Plead for'Peace. the Great Monasteries of Toklo have healthy and Inviting In appearance.Mr. of $16,000, and the new owner 25, township 54 south range 40 east. Hall to Nathaniel Edwards for $ino

If, Et Petersburg, March 24-The dally been organized. Daughtry states that he has a will at once take charge of his craft Warranty deed, Edward J. and Jean- lot :CO: block 29, section 21, township I ,+

papers are supporting the campaignfor Japanese emmlsaries are enlisting splendid crop of melons and that they and begin! a cruise northward goingas nett LBrown to Chas. T. Simpson for 51 south, range 41 east

peach and are beginning to print ; Llamas and arousing their old warlike all went through the freeze early In far as Jacksonville where the boat 115 part of lot 1 section 18, township Warranty deed, J. L. and Charlotte

'i: Openly the history of the tragedies In i spirit January without Injtn-y. The fruit Mr. will be laid up for the summer. The 53 south, range 42 east. II I Lawson to R. J. Mathers et al, for

the Far East I I I Daughtry is retailing at from 40 cents Whim-Wham is the most palatial and Warranty deed, Flora G. and Chas. $200 lot 15. block 25 Miami ;

: The necessity for Increased taxation Will Prosecute Gorky.St. I to a dollar a piece. At that price It commodious houseboat in these wa F. Simpson to Edward J. Brown for I will tell

Li; to carry on the war Is being recog- Petersburg, March 25.-It Is announced I seems that there is a gold mine In ters. Dr. Pierce, it Is said, Is fond $1500 part of lot 1 section 18, township Any !; yon that 'the

'I'. moo and-various projects have been from the highest quarters melons. of sea cruising and will probably come 33 south, range 42 east smile that won't come off* Isn't In It

' submitted to the council of the Empire that Gorky will be prosecuted for alleged South next season In an ocean going Warranty deed, Charlotte Tiffany to with the same sort of complexion.This .

.f including a tax on matches beef and Still In Possession.Mrs. yachtMr. Frashure Blaine Is "The House That Treats TonRight"
: connection with the riots of January for $25 lot 13, block I
.tt a graduated tax: on the salaries of thegovernment 22. I I. M. Wells formerly proprietress 2, of Tiffany. I'I that's there to itay. The Dad ,yd
! officials, by which' $U.- I i of the Waverly House sold a and Mrs. James Folsom, parents Warranty deed C. W. and Alice M. County Furniture Co. j

000,000 win be realized. Crimean Situation Alarming. I few days ago to Mrs. J. IL Boyd, of Dr. and Mrs. Harry tier, Faber to A. F. Faber for $1, nw 1-1 of Love at first Hgnt Is sometime i

4 +--- Yalta Crimea March 27.-The situation states that she is still an occupant of have left for their summer residenceat lot 5, block 22, West Palm Beach. due to near-sightedness. At first tight
k NebogattfTs Fleet Sighted. the house and will continue to run It "
the St Clair Flats Mich. '
here Is becoming worse. The Warranty deed R. L. and FannyA. and last sight our goods will b* the ,
' Port Said, March 21.-Admiral Ne- for the next two months if not for .
rioters have destroyed nearly all of Stringfellow! for $10 lot 14, block same. The Dade County Furniture
; Wltelf" fleet composing the third the warehouses and Vodka shops. The the summer. This statement is madein Startling Mortality. 12, West Palm Beach. Co.
. dI5k; ,n of Admiral Rojestvenfcky's Justice to Mrs. Wells, who claims
police station and many shops have Statistics show startling mortaUty Warranty deed Thoa J. and Lena 1
c Russian squadron which, left Suda that she Is losing patronage because S. Campbell to W. A. C. Earl for It is
been set on fire. appendicitis and peretonltla. To 110e all veil enough to look ahead
t Bay. Island of Crete. March U, baa Troops are guarding the postofflce some.people are under the impression prevent and cur these awful disease 1-2 of lot J, block 10, West Palm but the bride is more Interested In the
been ijjited. conducts the house. (I'
that she no longer
and treasury building, and a reinforcement there la Just one reliable remedy Dr. Beach. present A fine piece of furniture

8>*. Petersburg, March :5.-Informa- of troops Is momentarily expect Even,when Mrs. Wells does leave the King's New Life Pills. H. Flannery, Deed F. E. C. R). Co. to Henry I I makes the beat present The-Dad

-d. Waverly House she win not leanMiami of II Custom House nace Chicago, Severs for $95 lot 4 of block 4, West I County Furniture Co.Don't .
t' tion reardlJlg'the Emperor's chance but will build another large
have Palm Beach. 1
says: "They no equal for constipation I I
ia his: attitude concerning the advisability and commodious boarding house. The tell your troubles to others
Non-Combatants and biliousness. 25e at Warranty deed. Fort Dallas Land
Rslcased.Washlntgon '
of making a specific proposal to and don t let others tell their troubles
location, however ha not yet been
all drag stores Co. to J. H. Tatnm A Co., for $100 lot
Japan, Is fully confirmed from thehighest March 27.-The Japan. determined upon. G, block 12. Miami. to you-If you can help it Get a

Quarters and peace within six ese legation has been informed that sanitary bed of the house that treat
The auxiliary yacht Granatsa, owned Warranty deed, Cbs E. and Annie
weeks Is regarded as certain. the following non-combatants captured you right and sleep them off.
Tarpon Fishermen. by Mr. Story, and in command of Roberts to Rosa M. McJunkln for $50
The posltlvencss with which this to at Mukden have been released:
Captain Bennett, will leave the first part of sw 1-4 of sw 1-4 section 12 You don't need a magnifying glass
'armed Indicates that the Forty-seven officers. 359 noncommissioned Albert Helntle, who has
governsnent Captain
part of next week for New York township 53 south, range 41 east. if you are going to look for trouble.,
already has in Its possession In officers, 9 nurses, 2 priests been master of the yacht Savallo fo>
.where later in the spring, she will be Warranty deed, 8. J. and 8. M Peters But you do need one to find any defects
formation as to the terms that will and. four merchants attached to the some time past has severed his connections '
Joined by Mr. Story, who Is now in to Geo. A. McJonklns for $150 loU In our furniture. The Dad
be acceptable to Japan and of which army. Th( re were aim released at with that craft and will go County Fnmitnre'Co.If -
Europe, and be taken to the various
< Rsula could accept their deslr- in Ch.foo or Shanghai as navigator on the houseboat Rose section
reports during the summer.In ,
It la believed that Prance has already K: officers, :3 nurses and 293' non-com Mario. Mr. Chas. F, Naethlng, the our hearts
th east. expanded as easily as
been,active In negotiations for n;'- 'u>u'
1'8&efullllterTeDtlon, and that conferences her from Tttusville, left Monda
w would have been Incredible brutality the gainer. Furnish home .withus
wife to W. C. Collier for $125 w 1.% of your .
have been had looking towards Petersburg. March % .-The Associated night for New York, but will returnon
If Chas. f. Lemberger, of Syracuse lot 1 of section :6, township 43: south and swell your pocket The Dad
t propositions from Russia. the 27th of next month and rejoining N. Y. had not done the best be range 42 east County Furniture Co.
Russian Wa Figures.St. Press 's in a PMKUIOJ\ to an- the boat here will get away for a "
could for bill suffering son. "My boy Warranty deed Fort Dallas Land
Petersburg, March 25.-Stung by nounce that a step in tae Jirttticn of month's cruise in quest of the "silver ,
he "cut fearful gash his
says, a over Co. to B. R Tatum for $195 lot 12. H. P. BRAN/SING
w, ,the wholesale criticisms of the. war peace has actually ben taken, And klog. In the meantime the Host so I applied Bucklen's Arnica
eye block C7 north Miami .
Attorttr *W famdbrAtfastlM
office for its unpreparedness for the I that Russia has, Indirectly made Marie will be used by Messrs. Von Salve which quickly healed it and saved Warranty deed P. W. White to W.

Manchurian war, the army organ today known to Japan the negative condition Hotf and Webber, who will come his Good for burns and ulcers r._ to Wr tfII I eye. P. Saunders et al. trustees for
$100 tefc State bis
reveals what has been done by I on which peace may be concluded down from New York on the thirdof too. Only 25c at all drug stores.Strikes lot 2, block 26, Miami. Cosily

the Russian government since the opening I namely: No cession of territoryand next month, getting away on the West Palm Beach ;; Florida. eIt's
Warranty deed. William M. and Eu-
'' of hostilities. i DO indemnity, thus leaving Japanto 4th and remaining until time to return Hidden Rocks.

From the report of this organ It appears determine whether negotiations here for Mt. Naethln? I When your ship of health strikes

that to March 12 the war office I can be begun on that basis or not I the.hidden rocks of consumption. Peen .................................i.................

r b4 ,dispatched 13,087, officers. 761.467 No reply from Japan has yet reached New City Well Finished. monte etc. you are lost, if you don

men 116,408 horses 1,521 216121 the Russian Government Dr. Kin New Discovery A Hard Job
f* guns / get help from ; Writing
of ammunition 1 }Ir, H. Walker the well driving expert I ;
tons and 5upplle. ( for Con umptlon. J. W McKln- d'

to the front. It also declares that the Russia's Attitude. who is sinking several wells fos I non of Talladega Springs, Ala.. writes:
the Man- the F. E. C. Waterworks Co. near the 111 with ads for the Racket Store !
transportation facilities of Pctersbur- j 1 had been very pneumonia,
St March 29.-The Russian ''
old golf grounds, practically finished
w ,railroad was trained to Iti under the care of two doctors, but was
attitude Is described by a'promi well No. 2 and It is
g greatest capacity to handle the army Tuesday now getting no better when I began to takei
nent diplomat this afternoon asvfol- ready for testing. This well is down
and material i Dr. Kings New Discovery. The first I
1011'SThe government Is now for and We have so many new, good
feet few
within the
70 days
The organ admits that1l'hcD'the war i dose gave relief, and one bottle curea
ri7ht Ijeace. but continues to prepare for well No. 3, seventy-five fee. and cheap things to tell yowlaoout
on I
work Sure for throat bron-
opened the army In the Far East was me. cure sore
hardly worth the name containing i f war. distant from No. :2. will be commenced. chit Is, coughs and colds. Guaranteed every week that wedon't
I (1
: know which to !'elect for sillu
only about CO.OOO men, and declares It has not yet been determined j by all druggists; price SOc and $1.00. ( ..

that the Emperor wished to avoid war Japs are Advancing.St. 1 how many of these wells win bo driven i Trill bottle free. -tration. Hat we wouldbe

and refrainedfrom sending reinforcements thoJxth they will be sufficient in more than pleaseil to ,how

t. there. Petersburg March 29.-A telegram number ff give tb city all the water Legal Paper Q them to you if you will call.

from Gunshu Pass dated Sundaysays domw.'r and Or. if can't call write ytI
of desired for emergency you ( us
The charge failure to adequately Warranty deed Theresa and JamesA.

{ apply Port Arthur with men Is ex: that the Russians have evacuated use./ Pine by John A. Macdonald, attorney -I = tor what you want. We will
the railroad station forty miles below _._
plained by the statement that It was In fact to Daisy B. Carter for $1.15
Gunshu Pass and that the Japanese Farewell 1 Reception.
provisioned originally for twelve bat / $::::50 lots 10 and 13. Cocoanut Grove
are advancing. guarantee
In.tweed The reception et the Presbyterian section 21, township 54 south, range
Many Wanted Lean. Mai. *** last eightwhich was tendered 41 east 39c satisfaction

c Oat the war* office was deceived regarding \ g rv. and )!rs. Wall-ice 8. Farts was Warranty deed, J. N. and Luvenla .

the strength of the Japanese London. March 29. Subscriptions, yrell attended and proved to bo a Erickson to Marie Marry for $75 lot 3

tat, admits that the talent of their to the Japanese loan closed at 2:30 .most delightful occasion. Besides( of block 1:, subdivision of se 1-4 of nw

officers and the abort opinion! of the today when it had been many timer other pleasures, much Interest was 1-4 of section 36,.township 53-: south, THE RACKET STORE

4 soldiers, were miscalculated. orer-subscribed. Interesting feato/1 taken in Mil Farls's exhibition of range 41 eastWarranty :

In connection with the loan are .*: Chinese curio The reception was a deed, Fort Dallas Land

Warsaw March 27.-Baron VonNolfcn. many applications were received i irom farewell one to )fr. and Mrs. Farts Co. to W. E. Tedwllllger for $600 lot w. H. CHAILLE & SON-Prop.

chief of police who was Injured Germany and*other continent**"comtrie as they leave next week for Urn north 16, block 1.. north Miami 4yM

a7 a bomb yesterday, owes his life to -*. .7..'- -. on an extended vtst! Warranty deed. Jacob and Vary ............................................. .. .... I


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Something new' In Jardinieres i

We are displaying the latest I FRANK T. BUDGE I SEE OUR WINDOW I

creations from famous potteries TWfLl'ruSTRUT

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L TOWM TOPICS.sl I U.M.KINGUndertaker m l.s.ssl .. vf
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Mr. and.Mrs. & V. Blackmail have I 1300 AVENUE D BURDINE) & RTERMAN I

ogee three to weeks.Nassau on a Tislt bf two or I ParMMUi AttratlMi Gl... to Al' Call I

VM Bradley fertOlxen rains an crop A petition In chancery foreclosurewas General and Mrs. W. B. Shattuc,
I. K. LuuDu-.-Ala&. filed this morning by Melville E. after spending the season at the Royal :\.'
Spencer vs. John H. and Mary Welch. Palm, have returned to the San Carlos \ "
b A suit la attachment, damages \500. where they will remain until May, What you get for your money is as important as the amount yoi pay. DO matter

"j 'was filed In the clerk's office of the Aetna dynamite and supplies for4I1e when they will go to their home at how low the price no trash goes out of this store. ]It's always "value received" 1
circuit court this morning by J. W. Cincinnati. "
by Lummns SewelLH ,,
i. Ires against Lorenzo Blackstone I -t J

The steam yacht Magnolia, with Mr.
Admiral Stevens, TJ. 3. Navy, I :'i'
Wanted-Japanese plum or loquat Henry Belknap, owner, and family
and Mrs. Stevens, were distinguished
seed. Wilson &: Flye. 417 aboard, has returned to poH for a
l people arriving on the noon train to t NOTIONS.Something.
short trip down the coast Mr. Belk
day. They are guests at the Bis- .
r Clerk Dearborn and Deputy,Pherigo cayne. nap and family will leave in a fewdays

1 are holding down the clerk's ,!office for the North, leaving the yacht .

alone today, deputies Fitts and Pope here over summer, or until his return
4; being on the sick list Writing tablets and rtatlosery for next season. i Fill np year nilion-\ basket now with the
ale at J. B. Screren's drug store.
, : gooJ little things that here for For The Home
i; For Sale.-Near Miami; five acreff; Mrs Edge came up from Miami very

110 grapefruit trees; 6.000 pineapples A praeclpe for summons was filed Tuesday night to visit her parents much less than regular prices instead of .
P. O. Box 13: :Miami. Fla in the clerk' office of the circuit court Mr. and Sirs. R. W. GooJe Mr.

f this morning by Wolford & Dubois vs. and Mrs Edge will make Eau Gallle
I waiting nutil are in the
i The regular session of the county George W. Wallace, assumpsIt damages their home for the summer, whereMr. I yon away conn- '

JUdee'Heyser $750.00.Biscayne : .. Edge will resume business In that and of
1- court presiding will try a spool Darning Cotton isn'twithin From the drapery department the
-i'' be convened next :Monday morning. thriving little town.Melbourne correspondent -

The docket promises to be large and cod the newest delicacy. in Titnsvllle Advocate. reachPARASOLS news comes this time---timely) news ,
at Wilson *
TlyfaThe US ,
the .
term long.BradIe7'I '
A 4,; Hon. J. W. Watson left Friday for for notice how the days grow longer.

summer train schedules have Klsslmmee where he will remain until House cleaning and
ertiUxen' arc the bait spring time will
not yet been announced and the winter the assembling of the legislature at
t 9of sale by J. I:. LammuK1amL
schedule Is still In effect, though. Tallahassee on the 4th of April Mr. I come together, and windows need

the changes will occur In the first part Watson Is the representative In the new things to hang before
< Deputy Sheriff A. P. Core went up them
of next month. lower house from Osceola county, and
:R down to Perrine Saturday night and and other
is also a candidate for speaker of the things need freshening
raked In twenty-one crap shooters House of Represeot tlveL Out come the fresh, new paraaols-New up.
among the colored population. lie Money to loan on improved property lutely-we did not carry over a single: parasol abfoTake time by the forelock and drape a r
brought them Miami G. S. Amsden Cocoanut Grove, or M. from last And ;
to Sunday and season. wonderfully
George W.: Murfltt, who has been for dainty they windows at the rate of two to
I Price, MIamLMiss : one at
placed them In jail a'e-mad especially for us, no that all of then
the past year or more an efficient deputy I bow Home special generally exclusive prettiness regular] prices.
under, his E.
uncle, C. Dearborn,
t Farmers wishing to borrow money Margarett Bryan, of Jacksonville ................S.aNNtfN.M....
In the office of clerk of the circuit
should address Realty :Mortgage Co,; and :Miss Constance Bryan, of MSNNs.M.NON.t
court has resigned, and accepted a
r ,West Palm Beach Fla I Fort Lauderdale, are in the city and ;
position with R. W. Rhodes the Mr. W. Schmerl, the well known Bartola
: Cenovar
will be the guests of Miss Jeannette a prominent business Mr. and Mrs. Eberspacher veil s
?s.R Watson clothier and furnisher on Twelfth dry goods and gents furnishing salesman man -if St Augustine and who
The schooner yacht Iris, owned by for a fe wdays. known winter visitors to this city,
F' street has accepted a position with I. baa largo interests In :Miami arrivedin
Mr. James Clark, and which has been -- have returned to their home in New .
U on an extended cruise to the West If yon want to improve your property Cohen. the city yesterday. York. ..

C r' Caul returned to port last Sunday and need to borrow money for the The many friends of Mrs Eugenia -

a: 'morning and after remaining here for purpose try Ceo. G Currte. Attorney- Rutherford will regret to learn that Liberal rC'II"lu'l, itturn of Scotch Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. Meredith who James Jackson, of Bartow Is

several days will get away for Northern at-law. West Palm Beach MlWanteoV she is still lying critically ill at the collie "Mas<.":Jtt" Ke.MIeh brown" and occupied the Hahn residence on Thirteenth those who came in this morning among from '

'waters. residence of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Cos- white. Owner. Mrs. C. fl. Mallon. Disappeared street last summer, have again points In the State on business

By the commodious staging of the ton, at Stuart and that her life Is W,*iue.. >a:- afternoon. secured the house for the coming summer pleasure. and

Fair building. Miami 1I'1111OOU be pro dlspaired of. Besides the Immediate and will move In ,as soon U Mr. ;
Try the latest. thing ta dried >fish.Biseayne as #t=
vided with an opera house that win family there, Mr. Vivian Rutherford Alfred ..l tant In Hahn and family move to the Hunter Next
nod, at Wilson rrlyV.Mr. lit Monday morning the P. ]I. C. 1'
accommodate conveniently any troop Mr. Will Montfort and Miss :Mary the office of Mr. J. E. Ingram at 8t residence on the bay for the summer. Hotel yacht Louise, Captain Dan Roes A
that may come to the'dty. It wtD also Montfort, are with her. Augustine and who has been In Miami will leave for
L. Granger who Is a a week's cruise after # .
horse be a place for any popular assemblage for the past week looking after tax George Frank and John Freeh tarpon with Mr.
of a fine Is especially proud of Mr. A W. Chase and party, of
of the people. Armour president of matters for the F. E. C. Co returnedto r
*' a baby colt three days old. Its mother the Kansas City branch of the Ar three young men of Columbus. O. returned the houseboat Narodha aboard
St Augustine night
Monday on the Martinique Wednesday
Is one of the fastest trotters and
mour Co.
Packing: who has been here
of the animals -10 men la each State to from a very enjoyable trip to Ha H. B.
one prettiest in the city some time and who Butler the well known Pitts-
travel, tack signs and distribute enjoyed an eleyendaYI' Mr. A. R. Parrish, editor of the
samples vents They are much plea e-l with
( and the colt is of fine Kentucky stock cruise with burg commission man, 1s again la the
and circulars of Captain Ross aboard Fruit Grower who attended the State
our goods Sal ,
}. :Miami and speak of retnrnlnf next
a deep bay color and is u sprightly the Jupiter left last city, after a trip over the lower poe.tfon
Friday In hIa
ary. S7S.OO month. Press Association meeting at Lake
its pr flOO day
winter and engaging In business here.
and a tort of the
cay as racer. private for the county and reports the +
for expenses. Kuhlman Co. Dept 8. west Mr. Armour City, is now in DeLand superintending>
has crops very promising_ and thriving ,
engaged Captain Ross for all of
Atlas building. Chicago. the issue of his Miami city directoryfor
i Wanted*-IS or 20 foot dory can next March and will spend the time 1905. While fishing up the Miami river
preferred. Apply B )(. Monroe Captain Ross of the Captain Gates houseboat
Cocoanut Captain W. R. Gregg the noted fish ; in an tended-cruise and fishing trip. Tuesday Jupiter of the
Crowed < I hooked and landed a fifteen pound Buckeye, expects to leave for Fort
1 authority, accompanied by his family Mr. Benjamin D. Jones and Miss
K' left last Saturday aboard his The brick front of the 8. A. Belcher tarpon. Although such catches have Myers next Saturday and at which
yacht Rosallna Clark were united ic mar-
Bon. C. M. Brown State Senator Orion for i building between! the Watson and been made before In the Miami river place he will go u master in the
a cruise down the
coastLater range Saturday at 3:00 p. m. at the
tt from the. twentieth district, embracing Townsend blocks Is completed and they are rare, and this Is the first yacht Roberta and carry her North,, =
Captain Gregg will make"a Parsonage of the First M. E. Church.
,the counties of Sumter and Mar this structure filling the only vacant one made this season. for the summer y
cruise to Key West, returning here to The Rev. Herman G. Porter performed -
r ,don, left for his home in Ocala leave for his home in the North about space, as it does, In that row on Ave the

Tuesday where he will spend the the first of May.If nue D, makes the whole block present ceremony. Mrs John Taylor has presented the The teachers of the Miami public

next week .before going to Tallahassee an attractive appearance. One Or. Jackson entertained library of the Ladles Afternoon Club school have organized a tennis club,
's on the 4th of April to attend the with a of that popular erected a court in
novel. the
yon want fertilizers consult } B.Lsmica. watching the building of those modern th! omce staff of the Royal Palm Hotel copy rear of the
seaslon of the Legislature. agent for the old reliable structures can not realize the Improvement Wednesday with a bay ride on the Nancy Stair, and Mrs Parsons, daughter school building, and hereafter win Indulge

N Bradley1 goods unless they revert to the condition launch Demonstration. The party of the late U. 8. Senator Marcus in games every afternoon after h

f For Salfc Thoroughbred White Leghorn I a year ago In the same place. w< nt down the bay and enjoyed the A. Hanna, has donated the following school duties are over.

cockerels, nine months old f LCO. Now that spring time has come outing thoroughly. books: The Silence of :Mrs. Harold

h; Eggs,for batching $1 per dozen. Troop large numbers of tonnsts, like migratory Dan Cupid, It Is said will hurl his Katherine's Sheares At the Moorings, Wednesday at S p. m. at the Baptist

Poultry Farm. Enterprise Fla. birds, have flown northward and dart next month and pin together the Al Sturgfoa, the popular engineer The Merivale Banks Nancy Stair. parsonage Rev. W. E. Statoa

the country cousin Is still gathering hearts of three popular and well of the yacht Louise, will leave shortly United in marriage Mr. Walter Good-

', Pursuant to plans and announcement the fruits of his Industry- So, In consequence known young couples One of the for New York, where he has secured abt'th Thursday morning Messrs. Lorenzo son and Miss Marie Erickson. Both f

1:' the Royal Palm closed Its doors the streets of Miami are not grooms, so Madam Rumor baa It, Is a : as engineer on the yacht Argo- Henry and A. W. Fox a relative of the parties are popular and well known,

;..J, tor the season on last Monday. as lively as they were a few days resident of Cocoannt Grove and his I na.it, owned by Mr. Plel. of that place, great English bankers, accompanied and have many friends who wish them
'-J morning and although almost depopulated ago. bride will be a popular and attractive ant whichwill! visit the various re by Mr. M. R. Kellnm. will get awayon a safe Journey along flies highway.

''L some few guests still remain In young lady who has spent the seasonthere. sorts during tbe-summer. the yacht Badger Captain Root
-1'':' : the;house, but they will either leave LAUNCH FOR SAL.g The second is a popular sea for a thirty days cruise on the lower Local commission dealers report tomatoes '

;e: the city or secure other accommodations captain, and his bride a young lady Captain L. D. Potter and family, Cast and West Coasts In quest of tar and eggplants scarce though

IJf! during the, week when the bt Strongly bunt, good speed, in thorough of Miami, who numbers her friends who have spent the winter In this city, pon and other game !fish, they having beans are plentiful and bringing $2.00

house will be permanently. cbsed'for repair. Length 27 feet beam E and admirers by the score. The third left Wednesday In their comforta- come here purposely for this trip. and $%.%5 per crate. Tomatoes, however -

the summer. 1.% feet. New Lozler 7 1.% h. p. engine couple are also most favorably knownIn bl.! little, yacht Linnet for the North. I will begin moving heavily between

with two complete sets of parts Miami, the bans of Vhlch engagement The Linnet will proceed via the inn -I I The handsome yacht Roamer, Is the 10th and 15th of next

!i The Daily Metropolis gives Its readers Including shafts wheels, pumps, reversing were announced last Sunday i tad route and at Jacksonville Mrs. hauled! out on the wars of the Miami month.

more real lire' local and telegraphic gears, etc.; also a new lighter the Church of the Holy Name. I'i tter and
news than any paper In the world In forty feet long, twelve feet broad-will ya'ht and proceed to New York by ; made to her' hull and being pre The schooner yacht Edri, Capt.

t e city aa small .Miami. And all for carry 1.000 crates tomatoes-with anchors ,, Previous to his departure for his rail Captain and Mrs. Potter hare, I pared It Is laM, for a cruise of four R Hall, and having her owner Sir

,4 the small sum of ten cents a week. and all equipments Write home in Minneapolis, :Mr. and Mrs. tr.ide many friends ,durln their stay or six weeks to the West Coast, and Wytth and family aboard, baa goneto

Ward G. Foster, Palm Beach or Robert IM.I J. Peppard ,entertained a number here who wish them a successful jour that returning here the yacht will the West Coast on an extended X

3 Mr. J. D. Godman mho has been at T. Kyle Fort Landerdalo. wherelaunch of their friends with a Socratic Sym no- and hopeto see them In Miami I be laM up for the summer, while cruise. Mr. and Mrs Wyetb. it is

rj Fort Pierce and vicinity for several and lighter may be seen. posium. A number of Minneapolis as apnln: next nesiion- Commodore and Mrs. Roome *> North said, will leave the yacht at Fort My-

tv months In command of the F. E. C. well as Miami people were present for the summer, though they will return rs and proceed North by rail,

i snagboat engaged in the drainage operations Among the prominent visitors now I and a most enjoyable evening spentMaster among all the positions that are early in the fallS the yacht returning via the East

at that place was in the city in the city are Captain A. F. Harding, : Melvin Peppard recited dramatically filled In public places In Miami during roast and proceeding up leisurely. ,:

Sunday on a visit to his fam1lMr. )-. commander of the United States cruiser and enjoyably on steam,whileMrs. the rush of the tourist season, the The trim little racht'LouIse, of the .

;, ., Godman reports the work of Olympia, and Mr. D. F. Oilman, also Guild Smith delighted all by two are none so trying and that requires F. E. C. Hotel Co.. which has afforded A party of Raymond and WhItcomb

,_ draining the lands in that locality progressing prominently identified with the United well rendered dialect relations In more patience and good humor than much pleasure to guests and visitors excursionists 58 In DUmber, from various ,

a rapidly and much benefit beN States Navy. These gentlemen have I the symposium the ladies' prize waa these held by the employees of the. during the season, was placed out of points In the West, arrived lathe

accomplished. been spending some time on the East. won by Miss Fischer of \\1acowneand F. B. C Ry. passenger depot Batwhile l commission today and will be berthednp I city Wednesday and registered at

Coast and earns down for the purpose | the gentleman' prize by :Mr. Reid, that !s true there has been but the river for the summer. TheLouise the Blscayne until this morning when ._ :,

For Sale*-The famous Toqnet gasottne of putting In a day at Fishing. Thursday of St. fails Mr. Peppard leaves today very little it any complaint against has been ably officered thisseason they left for Havana on the steamer

'. marine motor The best la the they went out with Captain Ross for Minneapolis, but the other th.-m. They have been uniformly polite by Dan Roes as captain AlSturglsa Martinique' The excursion is personally '.

world for launches and for aaxOlaryBM : on the Jupiter and succeeded in land members of the family will remain and respectful to all who passed u engineer while James conducted and ail the principal

.r la sailing craft. Drop a postal lug <4< grouper S barrac 4a, 1 mackereland until later in the spring before Joining through the station though they a am. Morford was pilot and assistant to points in the State win be visited be ,

l card to C. r. Norton, Cocoa. S amberjacks. him at their Northern borne. bored UIouanc1a.p. fore the man Kortk to made. .:

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*: UNKNOWN NEGRO '...orof :Njau.: who is a inotorboat.luthusiast Big! Machine Turned Nicely ard i' Leon K.'Brown of St. Augustine Sue- it a Mod-rn and Ua-to-date Machine Arbitrate Issue Between Venezuelaand

: hin soif is the orisiiiator of Smoothly..Mir.ii cfL-ds J. H. Barrett. in Every Particular. the United States.
t.. t -
the project au 2: 2.r.00.nt, gallon pain .
s new ,)
JUMPED TO DEATH a race for a challenge trophy. could to'rup'ply I IAP K. Brown. at present sued o- The new combination th'>niiral enHe Washington March: 2:J.-Minister
whiih i iLttndi'd hA {j"
;il 1oe nade a standard annual wentIt I I is < > I iLe Souih-rn Utprvss ('0. at St. An : and It >:,' \t1'""n pun has U I hy the Psaeu cabled the State Department
with enj tire the
wooer in
:Us ex;>ect<*,l il at A II P-cx-tor Smith I II. pressure i -r 'sn-ip, has liitn trv pal.I fu.' out of ;; today from Caraccas that President:
.ir" I.> cone web connect u LIs'I
j li.-re to Mluiiit In n liKr i.i|>.icty.! r* ..._ of t-I.t1'1'' fur nri1>"' '
I I. of the rO'JI,e(Hors In the "In Imiiti a" 1 ::18Irl) has Rally rtfused to arbitrate
I I I MoiiiUi amt. given a thorough I.'* I.-log Mr. J. II. Carrot rmi.:iiil. en urrt>.- :at th'' i
!! heavy boat C'l4ii af the Palm Beaih i arUJ'nl eglitppage | I ihirrby ending! the issue between Vcn-
I,i I I the his niu Uin; ., working! wLh east
From F. G C. ny. Train After carnival wouid out-r both a race. I II /'anil' without a hiuh. !ko hn ? h. !.l the pusl'.ioti' : for the pa" : :. ., l ''l, .: :: 'lJr'r! ':-f1rt1,,: ,;tI! anj the I'rited! Sf-; "

I tee ur three )"I'nrs.Ir. Ibe apparatus Is the I rod ict -
Being Detected THE HELEN TOTAL LOSS. This pump, as will-be remeiEbfrrJ. :\ Drown will:! report in Miami! ace I >f the LaFrarcc Fire Engine Co.. of Must Stay In Court.
I I U the I'liHiuct of the Platt Co., of
j L: sage Us -:t W <'u"< s on the first (>' I t l-'lu.ira. N. V.. and U fitted with two Wlltm-staJt.: March 21.-It Is an-
Itaj'ion. 0., and Is considered one o*
Molasses Reef Abandoned j I 1\1.1.; ui wK.ih. time Mr.! lIarrt'ttI i haftipiou Uabcock! cht'iiiical' tanks of aouuctrd from Caraccas that President
} Ashore on
the Ix-ik pieces( of machinery cf Uikin1 -
II'."e fr Nt'* York! where he: will en b. Tb.- frame I "
| by Her Crew: : JO;: jalljus! capacity Cll( | Castro today repUed-lo Slinlst'jr BgwI -
1 ? I the market. It is what *
on i
IN STEALING' A RIDESPRANGFROM -NI I in o'h-r purs'i'ts; of lI\Fllhnu.l. I of the wauon Is of Heel' with (,,'rfurdt I ,>n's proposal for fcn answer that Venezuela 'r
I II !ky.oun as, the ('OI1'JIt>llD I Captain Dan Rose, of th,? yacht IlIrh.;; his r< UJ'.me hire Mr. Uarr, t' : fi sl BAGGAGE CAR DOOR- <' t-f two 12:: Ircb hlh! press ore
I I Louise, which returucd Monday afjtemoon has b( en deiwrvnily popular and! main: | the body and too feet of one Inchh'Dllcal' L'niteJ Slates, and that the case of
and two 0 itch low
pressure cyn.ors
CORONER'S JURY .INVESTIGATED I from a trip to the bjusel.uat'Buckey'e dianitler I n-aty friends who regret his depar ( hose coiled in an delatedst the New York .and Bermuda AsphaltCo.
.! vltb' a 14-1.itn HI r
in the lower keys, reports!'' / uin. but whj winh him biiccrss In utnew > ...?l basket! abuse the tanks. There must remain !In court.
1 DEATH I'I pi*"n aril II! Inc h II I fO.e. It n UIO
THE [! that tho thrce'I.astetova Scotia i fields of labur he may ailnpt. ia a rear tout board sufficient for threeor '-,
con'l< nilm?, with a jet ctind! ('r. *
schooner Helen, which went on :\101:15-1 [ Of Mr. Drown iho new agent; th, four tarn lu ride on, while en cith No Present Action.
The bU pump, which la the first! of I
II I tics Reef Sunday: night a ao. 3U Augustine nor nyi, t'r side, between the sheets, are others \\2shlntgon. :March 21. The admin"
II I t\ui of the same !Kln.l to be installed: : -
I while bound north from St. fhonia During iho fifr.-n months' stay in> which will carry one man each. Th
I, take no action regarding
by the I'. E C. Waterworks was I ;
Monday night when passenger train 'i Island, is a total wreck. set up by Mr. Ed McGuire an I.'tp..rts'alU the city Mr Brn has! male man) i neat is ruaJ. to haM: both the driver a reply to President Castro's through '',

;p 19, due here at 11:40 o'clock was between I The cn-w cave abi doce.t llux'*!I' fitter ar.cl ir.arhiclst, wh" wi h fihmls, who'will regret hIs! dcparturi .mil captain cf the crew. Minister Bowen. The matter was fully -

Lantana and West Palm Beach Isel and the wreckers who were around din error cut and aitjuste.l all of the fttings. but will be pleased to learn that the i It is fitted with a rotary gong and discussed at the't"ablnet meeting 2

_: 'her for several days, have also goOe.I inthe move means quite a promotion. His ;' foot brake, doubled Ioprlru;.,d. and i lo-lay.! and It was determine. to let
unknown The Is
oa ILa way south an negro pun

I I The schooner lies bar on the rock and family will: rot join him until later in : made to be drawn by two hurs-:s. Th' the matter await developments for w
discovered the tender ronch: -that Is, unpolished-bat a ,
? man was on. ,''(,'el1 thlr.g is gripped except, the: .. the summer end will hate for a visit: ; \\ hen tbi has: Uta done It will b a
rile. The baggage; and ex !I to relatives In Augusta, Ga fchortl! black and
i stealing a masts which are still standing-: ; | pai'.ted a dark red with The situation la dot considered 'jtJ
thing of beauty as well as service and
pressmen assisted by others took Captain Ross says that he learned credit to the city. after the first of ApriLi J I ;:'0101 triranln s. brass hand rails runaround I J enough magnitude to Interfere with T-
him in that the and wreckers succe.3-i i I :\ Drown has! proton an e1rlf'Il'I the body, with hooks, axes
p him off the tender and carried crew Although now practically ready f.rLU'llndH I I President Roosevelt's Southern trip. a
r the baggage car. ;,ci in grttins; the schoorer free of th,> pump will not be put Into I and courteous official! an I the promo ; i tc., fillet la sockets A tool box sits The cabinet also discussed the San S'
the reef the day following her stranding | lion is In recognition of his work for Dun the rear loot !board and !there art
Conductor A. B. Putt en was notified 1 active s.-rvlce yet ovng to the water I Domingo situation and It was decided
but that she loakej so thai bhei i iI i mains not baking been completed and I the company. !I receptacles: : for carrjln,:; extra charges hat there Is nothing which warrantsa ,
i ; and just as he entered the baggage i ic.o |I had to be put back oa the roc'; to j jfM Mr. Brow also WentlSed himself I I of ihou'liela: nnl; two borzlca.Th change lu the
I I II' from present of
I the new supply| pipe the weJls procedure
i I IIn ., mr-.l 'rc here lirinc .. .
:. : .,; It i t pl'*" *' "'* '* vn..t')lv *nfl -
Mftw fc.p*%* naa.il <- %CUtlv t O4 Au ( Mi Ca *> Ju> vsi J 0 unlai'i. This work, however Is lw\uti! I t' :. -".-... w: .:. ::..: .:: to.
k aide door. Baggager&an; C. A. Strick I'was ahandoneil. U is probably that I ru>hfj ah"aj as rapidly as }'Osai1ole.Bnd member of tie local Inline, of Klks in so arranged; that one can be used at a I make tho-tnVftlsatkm! and obtain tha'uforn.atloa

land, seeing his intention, tried to 'the crew went to Key West on one of I when the new pump takes: up its I which he took an active interest. I j II time, with a fir- hose' connection tot : asked by the Senate.

catch him, but only succeeded in tho wrecking vessel and from '-horobhippcM I duties no city In the State will havea I I refilling them with water lantcn.I --- i

,', r grasping his suspenders which broke north on some other craft. I ),better water service or fire pressure I I I! Anoth Business Block I sorXi-ls; are fl'ttd to the drivers seat I Agreement NUdby. Governments.

loose. The train was running about t 1 than Miami i, ou cither side, and the wagon in every ,

45 miles an hour and as It was suspected CASTRO REPEATS STATEMENTThat I II The excavation for the foundation I II, other manrn r Is up to date an lone o' New York Starch.23.: -A Herald dispatch

that the man might be hurt, it -.- I I of a new stone block Is helm made ]i the latest cn-aions; of this !flrm: which from San Domingo says that
I To Cure a Cold In One Day
was stopped and backed up to where The" is no Ground for Complaint Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. on Avenue D. opposite the Miami l.'i no superior !lu the building; of Ere American Minister Dawson had an oa

; .- he jumped off.y I' Against Venezuela. All druggists refund the money If Steam Laundry. It will be boUt by i, al>jnrstu8. The wagon weighs 6,000 important conference Thursday with

He was found lying prone In the it ,falls to cure. R7.. Grove s signature A. J. C'amptpll and J C. Voreen. jointly I p.Lnh; and cost ,,:..100.It representatives of Spain. Germany,
ditch near the track and was then in New York, March 2S.-According to Is on each box. 25c. and will be two stories. 5
{' a dying condition, only living about a Herald dispatch today from Caracas, A Guaranteed' Cur"For Piles.! sue! and constructed of artblclr stone. I{ quarter! an.l there prepared lor service relative to the financial affairs

'twenty-five minutes afterwards. He President' Castro has reiterated the -0--- It will bea union block with! two I und on last Tuesday night of the island

was p1a.ced.ln the .baggage car and statement that there is no ground for AMERICAN BISHOP PRECONCISEDBy stores fronting on Avenue D. and a was paraded and shown to the pub Subject to the approval of the United -

r brought to Miami. Judge A. E. Hey complaint against Venezuela, and no' stairway leading to the seconJ star i lic. These wagons, combined as they States an agreement was reached?

per was notified and acting as ex-of- occasion for interventions. Pope at Secret Consistory Held which will be fitted out with office are, for canning both fire host and In by which 45 per cent of the net re* .j

,tcio coroner empaneled a Jury of inquest He declares that the attacks by the This Morning: No Cardinals Created. rooms. giving a chemical service, are practically celpts of the Island are to be paid

this morning to Investigate the American press against his government When the building Is completed Mr. Indispenslble to any well equipped Into the Dominican treasury while

w aaUer.J indicates complete Ignorance | Rome March 27.-The Pope this Campbell will put a stock; of dry- fire department' and now that the remaining 55 per cent Ia to h*'

,The Jury assembled at the baggage concerning Venezuela's debts and settlements | morning: held a secret consistory without goods In his store room, while Ur. :Miami is so supplied the possibility deposited In a responsible bank subject -

t room of the passenger depot at 10 thereof. He says the debt Is creating any cardinals and merely Vereen will probably move his business of fire kits and destruction Is greatly to ultimate disposition under the

a o'clock and examined Conductor Putt comparatively small and does not exceed Preconclslng bishops. The only American from its present place near the reduced. American protocols and no dlstribar

ten. Express Messenger Pardue and S30.000.000. in the number was Rev Thomas passenger depot to his part of the tion is to be made from this fund IB

Baggaremaster Strickland. Their testimony I All debts have been punctually F. Hlckey who was confirmed as C'Oadjutor new building. NEW the meantime _

was .In substance as stated ; paid. Since the protocle was signed bishop of Rochester, N. T. This building, with the fine new This arrangement Is also tc hoi*

above. I nearly one million dollars prerotorily The Pontiff delivered an allcutlon, Mathers block at the corner of Avenue good until the final approval or rejection L
ti Used It While Acting as Dispatch
Those composing the coroners Jury I claimed by Germany England and which In moderate terms deplored the D and Second street, which Is Linnet of the protocols hy 'the United '

were A. J. Campbell John Coots W. H. Italy hare been paid. Since then $!,. persecution of the church in various now nearing completion, will be the Boat to Stranded Collier.: States Senate. It.was further agreed ;

Combs, Thomas Cassidy W. B. Dor- 300,000 have been paid on the debts countries and complained of the re- finest business houses north of Elev that Minister Dawson shall name tn* 1

g ton and T. E. Savage. held In England and that of Germany cent events in France wherein statesmen enth Street. The Linnet, Captain Potter, which commissioner to collect all the revenue ,
being settled between the bond holders was one of the first boats from hereto "
i are preparing for the separation of the island subject to the spirit '

MRS. EUGENIA RUTHERFORD.Death and Venezuela. I of the church and State. Agreement Signed. reach the stranded transport Aba- of the protocole. This commissionermust

London. March 24.-The signatureof renda, and which was used as a dispatch also be an American subject too N

of an Aged and Highly Respected i. ROOSEVELT APPROVES. A Destructive Firs. the agreement between Venezuelaand boat between there and Miamiup approval by all of the Interested Nations. .- ;

;t Woman Tuesday. I I the Anglo-German bondholders to last night, has the distinction of .

Proposal of Dominican Government to I I To draw the fire out of a turn or adjusting an j consolidating the exterior being the first power boat of any kindto Castro Is Hostile.

and lingering Illness, i Handle Its Revenues. ,! heal a cut without leaving a scar use completed puss through the new hhlpcanal
i After a long debt of $23.000,000 was Paris. March: 25.-An official dls-, '
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. A apeclflc the other side of the bay for business -
but few '
though confined to. her a today. patch from Ca'raccas says that Prest-
weeks.. Mrs. Eugenia Rutherford aged Washington!; March :President I I for plies. Get the genuine. J. L. Sixty per cent of the customs of all purposes. The dredge employee Went Castro, who has been absent

S2 years died Tuesday morning at 2 Roosevelt has decided to accept the (i Tucker, editor of thn Harmcnizer:; ports except Laguayrama and Puerto very kindly allowed her to use the from the capital during the recent ,

o'clock at the residence of her grand :, proposition of the Dominican Govern Centre Ala., writes: "1 have used CabeHo, was allowed as security. cut and removing rope obstructions, supposed amelioration of the situation ,

ti daughter,'Mrs. Neal Coston at Stuart, ment through; Minister Dawson for the I I DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve in ay etc.. to permit the same while passing has returned and Is manifesting

4 where she had been confined during control of th9 finances of the Republic. family for piles cuts and burns. It Is BIEDLER ANSWERS SHAW. buck and forth from the collier. strong hostility against the American .,

a her last illness.Mrs. { with a view of setting aside a portion ,I I'I' the best salve on the market. Every ,. Captain Potter appreciates. the favor and French Interests In Venexnela. $'
': family should keep it on hand." Soil: Differences In Weight Prevents anti Friday morning treated the crew
rq Rutherford walt a native of Pe- j of the revenues for the payment of'j Says tie Is particularly menacing vagaltut
t ,tersburg., Va.. and was the mother of i i'I' debts. ],i by Biscayne Drug Co I Him Wrestling Again. of th' dredge to a bos of cigars: ant, the French Cable Co. -

Mr. Vivian Rutherford of this city, The officers who are to collect the I se\ rnl pound of tobacco for the favor I

who Is hpr.only surviving child I revenues and bol<) them are to be !'1 FOR VILLAGE IMPROVEMENT. Some few days ago the Metropolis shown him. Captain Potter I/ Vetoed the BUI. ,.

Mthough six were born to her. She was selected by the Dominican govern ] contained a challenge from George states that he sounded carefnlV In the j -

1 a woman of noble character, a devout I meal, but the names must be submitted !I i Housekeepers' Club! Gave Entertainment Shaw of Key West to Claude N. canal last Friday and found e depth ,Nashville March %Cortrnor Frazier -

:" Christian, and was well and favorably I to this government approval <,! at Cocoanut Grove Saturday Biedler. of this rlty. for a return wrestling of not lens than 5 1-2 feet at low water this morning vetoed the bill Increasing

known: in, Miami and throughout the i I I I'j . Night . match, the same to take place in at any place In it. It baa now been. the salary of the governor

.State, and South having moved here I Big Bond Issue of L.N.. ;, that city some time next month. Today cut out to the full width and with of Tennessee from }1.000 to $5.000 per !

1 a number, of rears 'ago-with her con I Louisville, Ky. March 28. "The pur- j;I A very enjoyable entertainment was Mr. R. M. Simpson matchmaker the tide which ebbs and flows throughIt year. He claimed for his'art that th. '
held given at Cocoanut Grove last Satur- for Biedler handed the Metropolis the is being gradually deepened. This
from Bartow.. pose of the special meeting being bill Is In conflict with the State roostltutlon. 1
Beside her surviving son deceased I i here today by the stockholders of the day night under the auspices of the following reply to Shaw's challenge: tide. Captain Potter says, runs like .

leaves a number of grand-children I Louisville t Nashville railroad Is to : Housekeepers' Club for the benefit of Editor Metropolis: a second "Hell Gate" through the canal -

Messrs. Earl and Will Montfort and i vote on a proposition to issue first : the village improvement fund. Sir.-In answer to Mr. O. Shaw's and is aiding the contractors materially JETT IS GIVEN NEW TRIAL 41

C Miss Mary 1'.ontf"rt, of Miami, and i mortgage bonds of 50000.000 on the Miss Daisy Carpenter gave a couple wrestling. challenge I btg to state that In cutting out the sand and -- j:

Mrs. Neal Coeton, of Stuart. The body recently purchased Atlanta, Knoxville i of recitations. Mr. W. C. DoGarmo Mr. C. N. Biedler will wrestle any man 'I other obstructions. I Cocknll Murder-Judge Hargls. HI*
1 I
'4 was brought to Miami Wednesday & Chattanooga railroad and the Cincinnati rendered a solo on the violin, and Mrs. In He State of Florida, catchascatchcan I Nephew and Sheriff Arrested.

: morning by Undertaker King and the lines. The new issue will be : DeGarmo gave a vocal solo, all of tint does not weigh! over one hundred I Enjoyed Bay Ride. -

Interment was In the afternoon at SSO: used to reimburse the company for which were appreciated and enjoyed and forty five pounds, that/ Is I *... l.exinton, Ky.. :March 17.-JudgeJames '

o'clock.. funds advanced to construct branches I by those present Mr. liietiler' wrestling weight, and I! Mr. and Mrs. H M. Flakier and C..I l. Hargis. his nephew, Elbert IiirhFis

[and to complete the line from Knoxville Mrs. J. Robert Crarcer also contributed .Mr Shaw weighs over one liupdred and Mrs. Dually, of Ralulgn. N. C.,

a ::1 MIAMI TO NASSAU. 'I' to Cincinnati I II I some excellent vocal selections.I \ and sixty pounds and l of course that were cuifi-iaiiiud' Sunday uftcruonn and Sheriff E<1 Callahan. of

Ii i i I large crowd was present and the puts Mr. !Shaw'\ out of th" welterweight I by Mr M. W. Merrill with a hay ride Breathltt county, were held here today

Motorboat Races Between These I A tourist returning a few days ago I II | occasion proved a most successful; one I' ; classtSirnedl t and trip to the ncenn: 'hronrb tb, now on change of complicity tn the

Places Enthusiastically Discussed. )I from Florida to Cedar Springs, fI"b.,1 Mr.: R. E. Hall, Miss McGshey and Mr ( 11 M. Simpson.MaUhuiapr ;! canal in the yacht Linnet. ,The trip fucd to murder James Cockrlll. ta '

I died. It is aid, from eaUng frozen j and Mrs. Frisian were among those for C. :X.: Hied'cr.Funh oruplej se frol hours and wits lhoronghly'njolett. jAckiin. three and Ssl.ator' ,
I years ago
New Yorkers are already planning I orange. The Metropolis all along has :t! in attendance from Miami.A > r ban 'hl'. Mr. Simpson: Mr. and Mrs. Haclyr
AleX Hargls was arrested in conneetion .;
5, events for the Florida season of 1905t : advised about returning North too i stated that Birdlpr: Is, working hard and their guests came down from

u : >6. Is shown by the following from arecent i soon this case bearing evidence of the 'I Chicago to Alderman Chamberlain's Owes Cough His Election every la>'' and has not the time to I Palm Beach Saturday night and after, I with the ,same crime, and r.P J

Issue of tht New York Telegram truth of the fact, as follows: Had train for a rniuh, while Shaw baring j I remaining over Sunday were present leased! on $13.000 bond each. _

L : deceased remained in Florida he '. Remedy."I more leisure time, is probably in good j jshaiv. ut the closing of the Royal Palm The trial of these cases win be-, .J-ofl
I can heartily and conscientiously '
; Considerable: interest is b'ns taken would not have eaten that orange and recommend.Chamberlain's Cough Remedy : : The great d.Scronce; In the Hotel Monday morning after breakfast heard at the present terra of court, 1.
J>y the motorboat racing i-nthnst- if be had it would not have been frozen respective! weights of the two men returning to Palm [teach on .hl. 111
for affections of the throat and Curtis Jett. who had been convicted
ants In the plans for an oceaJ 'race of and thereofre he would not have n-akes such a match unequal hcce! sper Ial I-I tr "fit-moon ]
lungs says Hon. John Sherlck 220 in ron.oction with the crime and seal -
ISO miles across the Gulf Stream that died. Could better evidence be had So. Preola St. Chicago. "Two i Bit n. r'. ilr I ijlon: not to engage in any --- I 'lI J
has been projected for next ,winter. that some people return from Floridatoo ago tiurin ga political campaign, I I, fur her wrtsiUr.s contents outride of Convent.to Open. I l I itnrt-d to death, was granted a newtrial

The Idea is to start the race from early! I caught cold after being overheated 1 his w.'I .hl, at whiih he stands I'PIJ11 Saturday. Tom White, serving "n
Miami.. Fla.. and run to Nassau New -oNortherners I lo feet all comers The Hihonl acd other furniture will a life sentence for complicity In the_
which irritated my throat and I was I
Providence, in the BatUTias. In the city at pres.'nt r b f' In are in the m\ent building in same crime was also ranted a new I
to I could
finally compelled stop as
On this trip the boa,t, would pta.. should not bnrry home, under the impression speak aloud. In extremity a Never say !;uod by 10 a tourist, for i I. a we'nr te, days. The regular sea trial. 1
not my
!' ally enter harbor immediately after that the weather here will friend advised me to use Chamber- you are certain to see him In Florida slon of the school will not bo,;in until I James Hargls is still Judge of

crossing the .fort-two mUes of the soon become intolerably warm. Asa lain'. Cough Remedy. I took two next winter, unless the lIfe! at his I I the rout Monday of next September, Breathitt county, and bond having r.1

Gulf Stream and as that current of matter of fact, the most delightful: doses that afternoon and could not other home succeeds in killing him I and lurlui the intervening time bei been refused him. he has requested .

' warm water would be crossed at right month of the year is ahead and those before he can get !back You see. I i twvn w hen th-- school rooms are pre Magistrate Combs to hold the term
believe my senses when I found next alt
the would be. a much less who made to furnish !| pareii and then only a kindergarten 'next
angles, race stay until the end of April will morning the inflamation had largely other climates were of court for him week

*s strenuous one than would be a race have no occasion to regret ther decision. subsided. I took several doses that money for the purchase of happiness !t for the younger children and music

v' to Cuba In which the boats would Cold disagreeable weather will day kept right on talking through the in Florida and the scheme work ail classes will tie taught by the Sisters: The Russian explanatory depart 0t

f have to buck against the current of prevail In the Northern States until campaign, and I thank this medicine right as long as a man can stand the who will be in the convent Parents ment now says that the retreat was- ,

'" the Cult Stream. May and visitors can escape it by remaining that I won my vest to the council. work And if there were no work wishing to send their children during ,art of the plan, and that the real

The race is an inviting one for the here and enjoying the balmy This remedy is for sale by the Red heaven would lack Inhabitants while that time can get what information: Ight will be at Harblr. The Russians

winter season because of the attractions sunshine and cooling breezes.-St. An- Cross Pharmacy and an medicine deal land in Florida would go; too high I I they want by applying to the Sister eem to be as slow as Tom Lawsoo.

?of Nassau as a winter _resort tustine Record. r. JOT mortals to 9'll'h. --TIM' 'noii .t the ......"..nt. In reaching the climax.
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t..l- Says. Dr. J. Y. Porter After Bacterialogical j i ESTATEBARGAINSUNIMPROVED.

1 t l1c! prote55ions LI ; -Examination.The I I 4fc

I TTO 9r ; water supply of Miami Is
healthful and free of colon bacillus. GROVES
This Is the: announcement of Dr. Joseph IMPROVED FARMS

S47T1 te:: XIrv.vj.ivA3* Y. Porter State health omcer, 40 acres pine and hammock en 10 acres, 5 year old trees, 1,000 JO: acres 4-room house servant house 400 trees, 150 bearing on rock Y''''I

ATTORNEYS AT LAW. after a bacteriological examination Miami River ........ ....J3.600.00 trees, 800 bearing ....... .J5.000.00 road; on time. ........ .... ......... .. .,.... ...... ......>3JXOM t

til State tod Pederti'tptclfcl t t made in the State laboratory. The 10 acres land .. ... ... .......$450.00 5 acres, 6 year old trees, house Sacra of'pin. and hammock set In trees pineapples, eto fin*

F ftlU pfkaccln i< c11fttwturrs.mtninaandperte courti. .-ulna j report of tho examination Is furnished 350 trees bearing .. ..3500.00 land, on time .... .... ..... .. . ... .............. 1,8OO..D1.
.. 5 acres land ... ..... .......5600.00 35 acres, 10 under cultivation.230
M. Ja Son agent bearing trees, 7-room
trod Tl'lct.P.I.S.CW I Dr. JalI-s I 20-acre 2 year; -old grov .. S3.030.00 house
i "latlll.Fla. J! of the State board of liialthfor lower 22 acres pine and prairie on & on rock road near R. .
-room house 5 acres land, 300 r
D. I. 3SAGQ3. 'J. D.. I I Dado (county by Dr. Porter AS fob I railroad .. . .. ... .....$500.00 bananas 2GO acres land, pine and prairie, water front, 1,500 trees small
lu"s {I orange trees. .52,500.00 house, bargain ........ ..... .' ..... ...... ............$2,500K) t
{ O1kM with hind CR..>...Ptitrnwrj.Ki : 1' 'The( 1:1totanry reports that the ]

r corner-Mrnrr Are Ub C Mrr8 jMIAMI. j .... jrit.( of water from tho public wells I 1 FURNISHED HOUSES BY THE YEAR OR SEASON FOR $150 AND UP. '

"I: FLORIDA. !: of :Miami! whirh! the State bacterioloBifct | SEA.,TIFUL WINDER: HOMES ON BAY O3 RIVER AT REASONABLE PRICES 1

J. M. JACLSO.N, JH., !
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for bacteriological ex-
th" laboratory: :
I orriCKHOTKL I aiination: shows the absence of the | ,

V +1 BlSCAVNZ BLOCK A VR. D I colon bacillus aud therefore Is not i : 1 :X SUBAZVCE

MIA ML FLORIDA. adjudged; Iu.pure; In other words, the I .

Da.-tLH..CRAFEz4 ? I examined bacteriologist by him thinks Is healthfully that the water pota Only) the best: companies represented. Here are some of them. r'

The sample cT, water referred to Hanover, GERMAN ALLIANCE, ETC. ( > ,
wt' .Office ia Sevell Boi'ding. on Twelfth $
above was obtained from one of the .
FLOtllDA.k many private hydrants of the city, and STOCK, MERCANTILE BUILDING FACTORIES.
taken to the State laboratory for ciatnination -

F. ATK1NSOM, lie being .
express purpose

ATTORNEY AT'LA\V.. |I, to determine hether or not the water .-J. :=::::!. EL. J1J..JI1-r'n.. meal Estate ; .

tpeclu UKutiau given to .u..aeIDI awe I supply of Miami is unhealthful and to a. A. en.c"V' .
T f Cxamiumuwo of Tide set! aside the rumors of various croakers -
74 '. Noun rublur in Odtce.Uffloe .
la Bewell Bu\ldtn\ .. : and: knockers that it Is not. The 124; lot 18, block 123; lot 6, block 124; PRIMARY CHANGES. .

MIAMI. FLORIDA'D& fact that unhealthy bacteria does not lot IT, block 123; lot 5, block 124; lots ocoooooocoooooocoobocxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxioooooc

w. GRAYLING, exist in the water has been established 5 and 9, block 124; lots 5 and 14. block Advocated by State Executive Com-

i\ and It will now become necessary C3; lot 2, block 45 (E) ; lot C, block mittee at Meeting Thursday.At .

PHYSICIAN Ann 8C GKOH.OrricB I I for some other hoax to be hatched to 45 (S); lot on Fourteenth street between D4.I.A.1W.J1 : : : :

ix MIAMI TCLKPHOKC' B't&a. : the injury and detriment of the city. Avenues D and C. Total amountof the meeting: of the State Democratic

sales, 125.000.McAllister Executive Committee in Jack -'
I Boari from ;;. m.to 4 p. m. I IKIAilI. TOMATOES RIVAL ORANGES.In Beck Agency.-$5,000 sonville Thursday the following

FLA. sale on Fourteenth street; $5,000 sale amendments to the primary election

I on Seventh street .and Avenue D; lew were favored: Is rattidly! going to the front as the leading
ENL 0E Dentist Crop Value In Florid According to
GILLESPIE I, $1,000 sale on Sixth street; $3,000 sale That the expense of the primary be city in South Florida.: Everybody
a Tampa Authority.
F'4 .:011 OFFICX A.K..IOUIG HOURS P :M.OrriCB on Eleventh street; $125 sale In John borne by the State as in general elec is going: to Miami. Now is the time to r

to FrlMcU UaUdln*, SIS* UUi Bt.U8IDKNCK. son and Waddell'a addition; $12,000
I .MH MM r Boulcvatd Who ever Imagined that the tomato I business property sale; $1,500 sale on : tion.To submit decision of contests to secure a choice location either for busi-

j MIAMI. FLORIDA. :, which, although a delicious and veil : South Side; $'',000 sale near Royal the circuit judge. ness or residence. Choice locations in

W. MASTERS ILD liked vegetable baa never been considered Palm Hotel Total sales 131625. Any person found guilty of offering the for sale
# : : : : : :, : ti
H. as a rival of the golden fruit J. H. Tatum 4k Co.-;$2,000 sale of or giving a valuable consideration for
=omopathist: which Florida holds most dear-the tomato
bay front property near Cocoanut .
votes subject to fine of not less than
Hun Orricm: PnuvU Bull-tine hitherto crown as an .experiment Grove; 14,000 sale (two lots Ninth,
Bonn,tw 4 p. a $250 and a Jail sentence. FORT DALLAS
in this section, would reach an LAND CO.
street $1COO sale Avenue D 30
.Bu&... VISTA AwD,.Ml&althbpboaefa. ; on ; Providing that candidates be required
FLOJUDA. importance In the list of Florida products
near Miami river $4,500 War
acres ,
; to publish statement of expenses of oooooooooooocx
f Offif 8. FREDERICK, threatening to dethrone King verly House, $6.500; 16 Riverside lots, campaign. MOOOOOOO30000OOO) ) (

t' CIVILENGINEER Orange? sayi the Tampa Tribune. $5,500; lot on Seventh street, $300; That it shall be unlawful for any Call on Y
Yet such Is the Imminent reality, Or
-. AND SURVEYOR. orange grove near Miami. $2,500; lot church or charitable: organization to 70>3N ;3. I IZaLY. ?. E.INC3RAI3Aac:
disclosed by W. R. Fuller the well
Souryrnbuc for'flute at *".. Putlealar as on Eleventh street, $1,050; lot on solicit contributions from an avowed Agent, Fort Vice-Prea., Fort Dallas
Att>DUon e>Ten M Bab-DIv1Sua Large Tr u'. known fruit and vegetable crop an Twelfth street $SOO. Total sales, $28. I candidate for office.That Dallas Laud Co., Miami. Fla. Land Co., St.. Augustine, Fla. 1
Office over pKIAIL ow, thorlty of South Florida who has recently 800.
FLORIDA. the State committee be authorized
made a tour of the State for .
Private sales known.-Hahn building :
to name one of the inspectors at
g( H. RICHKOHU, the express purpose of "sizing V)" the on Thirteenth street, $2,700; Philadelphia each polling pia.::e.

ESTATE. tomato crop. capitalists 3 lots on Twelfth That the ;h.r>!-r of any orpan'/s
"The tomato crop of Florida this I
$1,500.Grand 4
street I Lion be annnlld upnn proof tint Firh
4OCNT PCRRIME.CRAMT '..."0 COMPANYSuTARV year," said Mr. Fuller to a Tribune total of sales reported two
contributed in -
rUBIJC8TATK corporation any way to
AT LAR' E reporter yetterday. "will be almost weeks: Fort Dallas Land Co.. $25.- the funds of candidate. I G m a
Lti JDTLEB. = FLORIDA. equal in value to the orange crop 000; McAllister-Beck $31.025; Tatum That no tax collector shall receive I t. Ten thousand acres are devoted to tomatoes 6 Co., %300; private sales, 7200. !
poll tax from any man except for his
QEO. A. W01UJt.ATTORNEY!: in this State this year. At an Total. $92.575.Those a
poll tax.
average yield of 200 crates to the acre from whom sales ; =
AT LAW. were To redistrict counties so that each 4ri o
which Is a low estimate, the tomato & y
not received & Horner
Ge oenl pnctlcr la Bute and Federal Court were Cooley : ; district shall hare no more tbac 200 ::,c *
AO bust_entrusted will reeelTe prompt atO crop of the State this season will be J. K. Dorn and E. A. Waddell. Cooley voters. 3o -.

"'''''' Brows'*BulMlBK, Are.D and Uth St. no less.than 2,000,000 crates. At a fair & Horner refused to make public trI
MTAML. FLORIDA. ret-rn to thi grower, this crop will their business because they have a Amendments proposed to the primary U5 'thuti.dIJ vJ&x o

brio; into the State nearly as much number of sales pending that mightbe election law that were rejected by 4a
,; JAMES 1'. SANDERS the State Democratic Executive Committee -
as the orange crop of last .season""Of
affected such
by announcement
; -lr
1 aZ
r L.-Gte M. !
the 2,0>)0.000 crates about 700. J. K. Dorn did not care to announcehis J :

4 COUNSELOR AT LAW.Gomtarrrlk 000 will come from the East Coast and business, and Mr. Waddell is out To eliminate offices filled by appointment -1- J- ,
i ] sail Bet Etxtc ta.... Acnt for about 1.500,014 crates come from the of the city. from operation of the law. r1 a... I
Fidelity ui4 Dvronit Co..BalUmm lid. <4t
> I West Coast," said Mr. Fuller. .The To charge ten dollars In aildicon to
All of these have
Ofricn t*WATOOR BLOCK. Lock Boi aMIAMI. : firms however r," FLORIDA. shipments w 11. begin about April 1, made large sales and approximatingtheir the poll tax due for reinstate ;nt ota 1'- rtz4'T

1 and wiiriast until June 15. Carload Business by.that of the other voter from the registration: lac! p--44

MITCHELL, PRICE: lots will begin moving May L It will dealers reporting and adding a reasonable :

be the biggest tomato crop ever moved proportion for private tales, it John Stockton was in evidence at v- 7
:Attorney- Law and Solicitor,
out of the Strte. ad
will be seen that within the past two Ute meeting of the State Democratic
r' ,. in Chancery. "Better methods of handling are weeks that nearly or quite $200,000of committee in Jacksonville last week I :' t.

Offlcc: Ratchetc Bid, ;. vfeft. FLAW" being adopted by the growers this Miami and adjacent reel estate baa: rid according to the Sun did most of :I Drake reduce Co.. Miami Jaudon Bros., Miami

., year. The tomatoes will be handled been: transferred thus iirown & M l' rrilH .
showing k
k conclusively tl'e resoluting. He Is probably. dy. : Twctdell Bro, Cutler. ,
: C.. MAYNARD through pack. houses like fram'l I '
ng oranges the appreciation of. and demand lug up for "something"! in the A. J. IIuxUv Little Kiver.K. L. H. O. Sjo>.trum. Hallandale.
I by which means greater returns are for Miami! and Dade E.: McDonald .\: Co Fulford
secured, the tomatoes better packedand realty. '1'. M. t eXI.edltIol1Sly M. (i. Ljman Lantana. Bojnton & Parker Bojntoa.
j) j more shipped. tall 023. TJLSWe

Mr. Fuller says the tomato Industry JOSEPH HOLLAND, ACTOR, LOOK FOR THE LABEL
will Increase and that a
every year
i \ ___ want a description of
T JEWELER .um'OPTICIAl"; "Kins Orange will have to look to his

Perfect fittln/f, ey wt' riiijr flosses) f laurels: as ''Prince Tomato. heir presumptive Being Tendered a Benefit In New York your real) e ate for sale FREDK. S. MORSE

are! a Krett comfort. With our to tls, throne is bidJing fair Friday Afternoon. ,
? '-ire apparatua and large .utton.1 We want a description of
to usurp his crown and become; knownas
there 10 no Rare work. I'ncr
onable. We repair Watchtotl. the chief crop of the Land.of Flowers your houses fur rent.
,Jrwerljr and! Spt-rUi-lnt. A portion of New York, March 24.-One of the REAL ESTATE x..

year trade a bd for. Located (.n ATue I most remarkable aggregations of ac We want to show you some
'+ D betw n 12th and ISth SU.WC. tors and actresses
ever gathered the
t SALES REACH $200,000 on bargains\ if you wtint to Offices! up stairs Cor. Aye. C anti 12: tb St.
; MAYNARD, stage of the Metropolitan Opera House
t 1..t.raa4 Pr.doare Dwklans' i bii> anUliinji in our line.
e i OP Thereabouts In Past Two Weeks this afternoon. They were the par I Miami. Dade Co.. Florda.
s' ticipants In a performance given for
.In Mi;mi and Vicinity.It We want to *-how y the benefit! of Joseph Holland the actor <<-

1 1I I is said that figures never lie, afact who, by reason of physical disa ) htof li"Lirehi: u nt.- AGENT OR LANDS OF- ,----v .

I biHt). Is incapacitated from further | Florida Kast: '
that no rue doubts, and such lieI \-e !sell Ivu-is In Coast Railway Co.
"' fro.Nh.tsnd..r rEE 'UTU""rO.a. tag the case a :Metropolis reporter I' stage work. ca"\1 Florida. Line
C Canal:
ast and Trans. Co.i
..UttS..KrEIt'' II Eo UIOrCAac.c.u.'fill a'mss ti'rats. Li t us hmv 'hU. | ( .
LOWUT.dead.............,......_nor was enabled on Fnday afternoon toj! Among the prominent playera who y ; S.
.tawt aueb and tiro srrowt oa DtmtseW : i Bo-ton and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co
r took part were Blanch \Vakh Mrs !
_ItIMe"..," lLta .o.duad W". all secure accurate data from three real \\ e sell] farms on u-nns rsuit. '
tos_ ranar.ttbn.d tr _.eh.... AeKk.Tlstosed Lc-slic Carter Fritzl Schiefflf Ethel .
sototr ... TRaoe.naaes. ,..... mate trn.s lii this MOM aid ConrnCKT <.rii,'tq waaaalI Parrymore Blanche' Bates, Marie ( .t ell".
made by them the last

Oppoalt WASHINGTON U. S. Patent D.Offlco C. o weeks, EI d which; show during that they t!I Iaij'ie Robert Hcssler,Ecson Grace! ,Guorg Arnold Phoebe Daly.: \VHtiani Davins! \V,' K, H or l xch., ,; ievt !lythin I\lovv is the TimeTo
I itlsposeJ!' of more than in the
', ::,
$' .OOii\ worth of realty in Miami! and j War-id. j

'immediate<< v-JUnity during his period. ]I j I ICooley :
Real Estate Line.
The sales 0' three other: real estate Reads Jcst-j.h Weber! Willon \LackayuHenry Plant Orange Trco
{ E. Dicey Jefferson: De Awjells<< \ ,
f di alers u ere not secured for one reason -t !
""' '''>O>.Ia"<.:_- and another, bt giving them credit R but Mantel], Clara Bloo'lgood, Sam & i and Grape Fruit .

tILLTHE COUCH for sales ii naling the ag;regate of I!
Asa CURE THE= _LUNGS j Uie- lowr.st de il.-r reporting, and estimating i Honry ill Her\ and W. II. Thompson. .I- 'Also: Rose Bushes for Winter Blooming

a reAanable; amount from private ,

WITH Dr_ (ting's sales, or those inad not through I Has Stood The Test 25 Years.: And all other ornam aril) trees: and shrubs'

r ury of the fealty agents, the totalDlJOUnt Phase call or write for -}'> r'; -ti.'c; catalogue and other
of money involved and changing I I
New Dis 9 infory.; >Mi.
mmry hands during this period from r: r.: "

/70! S >dPtION I Price si.es wlil assrt-gBto! / a grand total VI; ,,'v \.') I GRIFFING BROS. GO1-

h FOB !. OUC H S and 5a&$1.03:) : ; of about $OO.QCt I
w..!.. S, Free T.tJ. I Those firms reporting and their tj
t TI:11.0:,,1reat And T :end Q\.JcitesC LUNG 1 are TZW03-Ijs s.: 1 sales .....1th.the purchase: Tasteless' C lilR Tonic POMONA NURSERIES a

0 i.CTSIOIIEVBACX.; 11 I amount of each were as follows: Mall i
Fort Dallas Land Co.-Lot 7, block No-CilI'e-No-r. ;'. 50 cents. Cor.: A"cC' and 12th "'t.'up stair- Little! RiYM" Fla


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A BRAVE WOMAN. foreman. Both are efficient firemen fIX TARPON CAUGHTBy LAID TO REST. the Peace W. S. HH1 and concluded Its ages of the Metropolis aa prise exhibit

and under their direction the chemical work. premluma during the recent Dade

Saved Miami Steam Laundry From a engine and (crew will become ot valuable Messrs. Mallory and Others en the Funeral of Mrs. Eugenia Rutherford After taking all the evidence bearIng I County Fair and to whom Uw paper

Probably Disastrous! Fire. service to the city's fire fighting\ Lower Coast I Largely Attended. upon the cue the Jury rendered will be mailed for one year: ,

eqnippage. I a verdict exonerating Mr. J. B. Fits-
i Chief officers Mrs., M. J. Jones, Mrs. T. A. Fair, "
Handle and other I Simmons who
the was arrested charged .
Ueairs. C. H. of
Mallory, president
Had it not bare been: fur the.thOUlhUulnesa Mrs. L. ,
The remains of the late Mrs. Laura G. Vanlandlngham Mrs. M. K.
of the department desire to extend with the
: the Mallory Steamship Line, and his cause of Greer'a death and .
and bravery ot a ladyemployee
Eugenia Rutherford mother of Mr. Glllam Mrs Inca Roberds. Mrs. Kate
thanks to Messrs. J. J. Jones Ranleyt decided that he was accidentally
friend. Mr. Hatch, of New York who
Of the :Miami Steam lnn-
Vivian Rutherford of this city who J. Blackburn Mrs. L. M. WIgglntoa,
; White, M. C. Hart and M. J. Shan. drowned.
went off the middle of last week for
dry Tuesday night a disastrous cooEar'ttir I ahan for horses loaned the department a five days' cruise aboard the houseboat died at an early hour Tuesday mornIng The finding of the Jury closes the Mrs J. R. Ellis, Mrs. Cora A. Richards 1
trrwld probably have occur. at the residence of her grand Mrs. W. W. Chaille. and G. T. Pack.A. t
to draw the apparatus lut night. A Buckeye under the guidance of acton of the courts in the unfortunatb
red a' the place.At member of the department In speaking daughter Mrs. Neal Costeon. at Stuart -tragedy W. Garnett S. O. Merrick, Cocoanut "
Dockmaster M. R. -
about 6:34 o'clock a iaaollaestore ; of this matter today said that the Kellum. ,rcre of senility, in her 82nd: year, arrived Grove; F. W. Kosel Larkins; Walter
t.:the laundry bean w leak: oat brought up to the city Monday afternoon PRIZE 3i
has trouble '' In this city Wednesday at 9:20:! WINNERS. Waldin. Orange Glade; Mrs. Swiuer
department nearly always
; tic t..*_,dkaed 4>y fc cufii..< ii".i xl one in securing horses to pull the apparatus by the yacht Louise the Buckeye o'clock and were taken to the residence T. M. Rickards. Boca Raton; Mary "

of the pipes falllnc out or melting on practice nights though the proceeding up under the crew and of her bereaved son on Ninth The following were the prize win. ,Fritz T. J. Pltchford, a J. Pearson
this afternoon. .
The gasoline caught fire immediately being expected I
department stands ready to pay for I streetThe -
The party had exceptionally good
and there was Imminent dancer of the
such teams at all times and for such obsequies were held that afternoon
luck with which
tarpon they went utter
tore exploding and setting fire to Tomato WrappersDon
The at 3:30 o'clock at the Methodist
purposes. people however are
several others near by. but Mrs., Ethel by landing four of these !great aud
becoming more and more interested Church. South Rev F. Pasco officiating
silver beauties. The fish
Peacher. employed In the building a*
checker and assorter. grasped the all the time in the flrement and their 130, 100 15 and t pounds reapt.'Ctlvply. and the interment being In the t wait till the tomatoes are
work and he does not expect a repetition I city cemetery by Undertaker King..
and are now being mounted
tore and palling It through the build. ripe before orpering "
of such trouble in the future. The funeral was largely attended both your pa-
and will be Mr.
shipped by Mallory to
lag hurled It Into the street when
I by rclathes and sorrowing friends, per.Ve have THE BEST
It soon after exploded. 1CAUGHT I New York. Two of the fish were J '

An alarm-was cent in to the fire i TWO ALLIGATORS.Rear caught at Barnes Sound, and two atTn the floral offerings being numerous 6. '

11 department who responded Immediately J Table Key. Mr. Mallory end Mr. I appropriate and beautiful Manila Wrappers -

,' u the members were at that Admiral and :Mrs. Stevens U.: Hatch left last night for New" York. I The following gentlemen officiated

time la the street near by preparing s. N.. enjoyed the day Monday In I. Besides these tarpon Mr. Mathew- I as pallbearers: H. Dale Miller Qeo. made and our prices are right. Order now

j i for a practice drill but fortunatelytheir alligator hunting on the upper bay. son, of the yacht Limit which came R. Gomph, W. B. Moore John M. Bur- r

I services were not needed U the They went In the Hoosier and were Into port Monday afternoon succeeded dine. E. G. Sewell. and R. D. Maxwell IIZTGC3ES: : &, Cc

courage of Mrs. Peacher had removed particularly fortunate in securing two in landing a beauty at Barnes

aU danger. fine specimens of the saurian tribe (Sound while Mr. Douglas and Mr. WAS ACCIDENTALLY DROWNED.I --. -. ..

1 one measuring six feet and the other Johnson who have been off on the
Remember the FuJI Name
CHEMICAL ENGINE CREW. I three feet In length.' They were yacht Badger brought back as a trophy And Not- Killed Says Jury Investigating Always

brought back to the city and after beIng one tarpon weighing 68 pounds. Greeks Death.

is Will Avery Made Foreman and W. C. prepared here will be sent to This party was also fortunate in landIng I Laxative Bromo Quinine

t KlUhell Assistant Foreman. the Metropolitan Club Washington a number of bonefish and other The coroner's jury empaneled on

with the Admiral's compliments game fish of the East Coast waters. the 19th ot March to Investigate!' the

At the business session of the fire The distinguished visitors returnedto I drowning of Luther Grecr the engineer : Cures in One Day CnTwo. 1m

i department Tuesday night after the the city in time to catch the steamer The Chicago candidates for mayor who fell from the dredge Into the ,

i street practise Will Avery was elected Miami for Nassau in the afternoonand I In addition to asking pointed questions canal across the bay but which adjourned

foreman of the new chemical engine from which place they will take nsist on answering them also- for ten days, reconvened c8. on Box. 25e.

and crew and W. C. KItchell assistant the Ward Line steamer for New York. for each other. Wednesday at the office of Justice of


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1 a b .. The First! Great Riddance. Sale of 1905 I i.'


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", l-JE GREAT WINTER Season of 1905 is past. The Royal Palm Hotel is closed, and in a few weeks we will be facing

r a long hot and dull summer. As everyone knows, we are forced during the winter to carry a much larger stock than is k

necessary during the other months on account of the exacting demands of the trade and our short season as 'tis next to impossible -

-to order goods from the north and get them here in less than six weeks. Our stock was larger this year than ever before,

II I and our trade better. But with all this we find ourselves overstocked in many lines, many lines being badly broken in sizes, ;

widths }
styles, etc. '

I _, Jt .aia R "' "' _

nothing but the best. Xo old block, tliep-worn or
Kindly. RememberoatoUdatestock. Ladies'Shoes

Afi Trousers No poods in this tale that must be apologized for in respect to quality nr t.nditionOW is your l

.vt cha nee to fit yourself out with a,

;; Pants High Grade Goods at Low Cut Prices. t .and' ''

The world's famous
Oxfords va

1 k $C.OO and $1.<10 pants .- 31

+ + white; flannel and Hats Hats J in the fanmus Peppered' make
Clothing ClothingHas
t .+ outing pants worth $6.00 $7.00 and yho; s we hate boon 8fi-K ill win- x

$8. 0. Vouf choice while they lastfor always been one of our strongest KNOX AND JOHN B. STETSON ,r.'r for $..:.a'. $l"0 and ${l.SO.:; Your High Grade Shoes ,

tea $4.95. lines and with such maKcs as Alfrea $5.00 hats fir $4.45 in black gray and ihoicp !if you can fladi 1 x

't Benjamin & Cog and Snellenberg! all colors "i he size at .. ....... $2.9Th have tumbled la values: '
+ rtx.k<+ r $3.50 AND $4 PANTS FOR 295. Clothing Co., we have been Invincible ,_ 3D j.ijof! Edwin Ctepp's $'lQO and
Fully :200! pairs in worsted flannel $,.00 shoes, mostly In vie kid. in
as to style end quality. Our stock Is
t A crashes etc. All new goods and fine lumped into FOUR PRICES: r nal!!., and patent oxfords. All clean aS

; S '2i: j i fitters. Your choice for _. new stock. A variety of styles, bat

$2.95. For $18,00. $20.M and $25 all are broken lots and sizes not u
}' "Suits, .this comprising %%,4 ,F ='t" ,'' Complete. Your choice of thews :!
r Sr i you ran find a 8t,
fancy and design in
every weave our
A" About 150 styles in regular $%.%5 and immense stick.Clothing 4 At _.. .... ,. .... .... ..$4.95
C' $3.50 pants. AH are well made and :

t k will give good service That Satisfies. S C $4.50 and S5 Shoes at '

Tour choice ..r ...........$L9S 1
Will be found in our $14.00 $15.OOand Dt $3.95

$16.00'suits. This is our largest line \a'S I s e Mostly our celebrated $5.00 DlimondBrand 4a
Extra Pants. m.\\l a 3
Boys and to make the same move quickly It i shoes. The styles are good and '
.J "wr have most of the sizes called for
the price ? down for
THREE PRICES will move our stock: gees I QA .
I $11* Must of them in
1It1 1112.1': are Baker's Patent
65 cents for 7Sc, E5e, and $1X0 pants. ; : your choice at ;' .
tk Ct rot'a Colt that
+ c --' -- wears so long.
95 cents for $1.15 and 31..25 P ants.a
lY For $12.00 and $13.00 suits Bros. DU Mats The PI nty in vici kid gad box cat %
z $1.25 for $1.50. $1.75 and $2.00 pants. $9.90 Young 53. A
+# Some of th'seJe.ng' !
even !
1r I- Talc of spJ Hi shoe for hard business wear a
v Or. !Lt of narrow Daces an: I 'ht
20 Per Cent Discount _._ 1.00;; and $18.00 wh.-re
: : goo:s, only y \.1:..., they last
>' rs. porno b.irt'y s / !\ Let E1
f C;
On all Boy's CLOTHING, both long oar or two: suits of a lot number is ,. .>.' Orr R.'. J 11ft.' t''+:- at .. .. .. .. .. .. ...$3 95 ti
y left. This ]lint will suit want- ela
and knee pants. ; anyone ; i.45 --- ----
-- ins "- Rood; tiiEinraa! suit r-rlcv. ie | t $2,5Oaet133 Shocks 1.95
--- -- :
Rayal Palm
Trunk5Telcscopes! t 13 MEN'S CUITS FOR ,495. Yoar.g Bros. S3 end 33.5O Manhattan Th..no. !; takes all odils anti em:.' v1 i ,
fr. :-: o-ir bli; ? slock. All are ne-v Runty
,F Bags Suit Cases. t :'j:! -!Y ail bcics two-piece sait% and! this} Shirts, the 1 -_, r. haua good aasonm.-it
d i } ;r ., !...:Por shopworn. Siz"s :35. .i.i-l HI l.r s: cT sir> n tn Mi.imi. as
R it-x-k, ni thU styles, .
;f. S1:;r.GQ' Trunks ........... .... .$11-03: :;1, a : {!<>- and 42. No "iiir tasr -t *' c. $-' ." f! i 0. C-r: Rl !i! ? J'j,, vs. Your choice ? .- *:
l ,'t'! rich 'ip (Iv da'', *'" 1 .. .... ....... ,
$4.95Svvect n1a'.t :
, ....... ....... .. :).59: ( ) f\i\ V > J'J
$12.00: : Trunks $ r j'1L"., sizes.: Price : ?>- to thorn jfO'.ux1.S1.S5 J ..
. . ,...JUOIT "
: I. $:S.OO: Trunks .................$3.43: -_ _,_- Riddance price \ ---- ,
# -" *.- Stw1 'JO Per Cent Discount
j $0.00 Trunks .. ...............$4.to 3 rnci y.r: S.TS: FOl
: =Orr and Rail!= Big;' Line of '. all oar ,'i. .'!'a 'Irns and olh rins 31 tear reEular ark ro'npf, f lln a
. 1I $':50 Trunks ..................$2.39: f
v aics i.i-. i-i <.;:T ; ;ir.ili..L t s' s la ladies', mesa's aud call$1.25MAJESTIC i
$100Swt Cases .... .......$14.43: road Overalls
it ti. Ccps
......... .. f..fIj.
51 2.00 Salt Cases ... $9.6:1: r, :
CHIHTS FOrt 93as.' : ,. and ,
$10.00 .Suit Cases ...... ........ $7-95 r ..f'; ,+9 Either with apron In front or wlthtJnt. in d'ut : T! t :b: o: 'a, + t c i,31s, i ho k ; c' --, vh'rt In _'. S3.00 shoes for $1.95. Ou .

$5.00 Suit Cases' .............. $3.95 f. ., ,.. ., >. -, m 75; cents Ji.Oj an/J ?! >. iT'l fn B A-ivr..' a m: of Veber Bros, Winch I Bees., g

I $:t50; Suit Cases .,............ $20 : -it. ether makes in $2.53" and $3 goods 7
95c to yo for ..... .. .... .*19S'


i S-t.arts. Ta.esday, ![areia B.

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