The Miami metropolis
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Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 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
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 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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YOL.9-NO 44. 0eergeerer D4 County. MIAMI DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. APRIL 7, 1905 EiGHT F13E3 .

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iJ; Misunderstandings Last Year as to Rules Make it Inadvis-' rl

able Have Other Events This Year.The
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p y.,.< 'Tlcrida legislature. of 1305...Both Chosen in Caucus: With; Impression prevails with many Mr. Painter Talks of the Project-Fish Mike a Good Ammoniaif

Practically No Opposition and Finally By Acclamation. that the fireman tournament ,held in WELL KNOWN HERE. Enough of Them Can Be Obtained. ,

Miami the past two summers. Lave become
Interesting News About Houseboat
Ifl a regular annual event and that
Everglade and Distinguish GutsU
After two or three days of active another must necessarily be hell the Yesterday afternoon the Metropolis amount of this material: and under tuts
HOW IS THIS .11.11exlatlng
canvassing the final caucuses of the fomlng sumirer. contained a notice that the E. 0.1 I conditions I am unprepared
Rear Admiral Francis J.: Hlg nson.hs .
This Is not the case and It in most ,
to say at present Just what win
r- Senate and House of the Florida Legislature Poinciana Reported Sold Painter Fertilizer Company we ,
Hotel Royal Improbable that a tournament will beheld : is the senior Rear Admiral of the' do."
p of 1905 decided late Monday for 1030000. this summer. This according to I'nlted States Navy, ranking next to erect and conduct a branch factory

;}s afternoon upon the organization of the statements of several firemen on Admiral Dewey has .been In the city J liD this city In conversation with a The securing of fish for ammonia

their. respective bodies for the term. Howe this The Detroit Freo Press account of the unpleasant termination several days, unostentatiously enjoying i Metropolis representative on the mat- bowers U as.i necessarily comptd-
11 of March 2C, contains this &Or11n. the establishment of the factory
Sunday the
,,, But little time was consumed In the of the hat tournament and bccauj "simple lifeon the handsome !I ter. Mr. Painter said that the establishment and while Mr. Painter Is not readyto
whl-b if true transfers the
notice houseboat Everglade which has been
of which it Is feared that the proper
Bomlnatlng epetxhes In either of a here wonU commit himself of dennlta
manufactory plans
ownership of the Royal Polnciana Hotel Interest could not be secured It* make lying at the LaFayette bridge says
i '.the acclamation method of nOD LJ'&nCh.j I I at Palm Beach, from Henry M.Flaripr. the same a success. the Tampa Tribune. i I depend. upon certain things and conditions. the probability II that such a factorywill

prorinR successful and the king of hotel and : be established l and all raw mat-
: owners' Rear Admiral Hlrrlnunn Is rnmnandant .
Florida's to that .. .*ZI1 tv rT.- -....:czTfl ?Tit :. :** nu W taw .a" uu.uw "1ww :..." .- ._..w..__ --'.. .... .>..,. .. .,l
two candidates entered the contest greatest benefactor between' th. I of the Washington Navy I .
understanding arose to be imported here except the ainuio- the fertilizer.
of another: Yard but he has been for,
for President of the Park
r Senate "George Consldlne. of New York. crews from St. Augustine and KrjWest :, ala, and this also unless certain material A great amount of fertilizer Is used +
several weeks a delightful cruise
Trammel of Polk and Thomas
:. county formerly of Detroit has purchased the last summer as to the sales togot I could be secured here.! "Fish." In this section and as the demand I* :
around the coast of Florida, the
1: went: of Rosa but as
Santa county, era the hose running races, St. Augustine
Royal Poinciana Hotel at Palm Beach. !guest of Mr. Thompson of New York said Mr. Painter "make a bgh! grade increasing every year It can be sees I
before the Mr. West
w caucus withdrew: claiming to have ben In ,
Fla. The reported purchase price was ammonia, and I am now InvestigatingJust that such a venture would undoubtedly
owner of the houseboat. They started
and the selection of Mr. Trammell
struCl d one way and KeWest an '
Jl.000,000. with J200.000 down. from Palm Beach and crulse.l slowly Vt hat quantity of fish or fish refuse .prove profitable and In speaking. at r.
President of the.Senate became U&ll11-
other, and on which account Ky West ,
i can be procure.l for this Ingre the increased business: la fertilizer
Is "hot air" ,
This probably a yarn sround the (peninsular reaching Tampa ,
mous. or had it occurred on April 1. could refused to enter any of the contests, Sunday. I' dlent. The law prevents tb'cathlng"f Mr. Painter stated that the sales of
Mr. West was president pro tern of later the of th> I'
and management !
have been called an April Fool Joke. gave Rear Admiral Hlgginson was accompanied fish for other purposes than cansumption his company the put year had bees
the and Thomas J.
caucus Appleyard tournament and all concern*! aa nn i
is and and therefore we would have fully fifty per cent greater than that
Everything possible however by his wife valet and wife'smaid.
after which followed the i
s ether Secretary nominations the final result the I It may be so. though doubtful for sev called for 'roast Mr. Thompson was also accompanied I I to depend upon the. refuse fish: andscraps. of the preceding year and that /L

l f eral reasons one of which is that afar As the teams from these two places by his wife. It would require a great consumption Is increasing yearly.
most of them being by acclamation.
would be largely Instrumental la tha --- ---- -
M M follows: u known the Royal Poinciana Hotel The houseboat was hauled out on
success of a tournament and fearing RAILROAD STRIKE. Two Hangtd. .
President-Park M. Trammel of Is cot for sale and then again It the! Tampa Steam Ways yesterday
< Polk. could not be bought for a million dollars that they could not be gotten together and Rear Admiral Hlsjrlnson and Mr. Nashville April 5.-Andrew Utbbett

if.Presldt'nt C Pro Tern-Thomas F. as It is worth far more than that amicably the local firemen think It Thompson left last night via the Sea. Chicago April Hundreds of men and James Scudder negroes were

West of Santa Rosa. and Mr. Flagler Is not offering bar- best not to have a tournament this board for Pensacola. where the former employed In railroad construction hanged together In. the JaU yard hew

w; Secretary-Thomas i. Appleyard ofF sains in the hotel line. year.'but to endeavor to get cp a bet I will visit the North Atlantic I work In the Southern States will be at 8 o'clock this morning. ScndJer
and larger event than ever t>cfore r
Columbia. Who George Consldlne the alleged ter uyY"U,JY.D. 'fc-oirn out af work today as the resultof murdered his crippled son. and tub

Assistant Secretary O. Culpep- purchaser, is. Is not known though next su mer. the strike orders Issued from the bitt killed his mother.la.law.

S per of Taylor. there is a millionaire sporting man of > D. Tatum returned Tuesday! froma officials of the Steam Shovel and ,

zx' Bill Secretary-Fred L Robertson that name, who is reported to own I The steam yacht Magnolia 01l'1led' business trip to Jacksonville where Dredgemen's Union. St. Louis' Mayor. t

.!.. of Suwannee. several large hotels In different partsof by Mr. Henry Bel knap, and with him h-j was successful In closing! up one Railroad bulMIn In Tennessee, St. Louis April 5.-The complete

F'- Reading Secretary-Nat W. Marion. the North and West though no one self and family aboard got away late of the largest real estate deals consummated Kentucky and Missouri will feel the returns from yesterday's" mayoralty h .

*,. of Hamilton. In this sectiou. familiar with the Interest I Tuesday afternoon fir a cruise of this season. The property effects of the strike and unless It Is election gives Rolla Wells. Democrat

.. Assistant Reading Secretary-John Mr. Flagler takes in his hotels, several (Jays to the West Coast Returning Is' In Dade county and will be devel- stopped at once a spread Is threatened 1,448 plurality over Judge Tnlty. the

J' R. ""lUll. of Levy.Engrossing credits for a moment the reportedsale here Mr. and Mrs. Belknapwill I ,.,"" for the good of this section. to all parts of the South. Republican nominee. ;
of the finest of his great hostlerlcs. go North and the yacht will.it
r.ol : ,Secretary 0. An- ------ ----- -
laid up until next season.

i.'dre1rL<.''ItEnrolUnC Secretary L IL Ilaren off I II I .MiH' \ W, \" \ V ryas s r .

Recording Secretary-Mrs. L. B.

-t j: Yonce.T Sergeant at-Arms-S. A.. Ogilvle. WES1Y1RG1NIAELECIIONMORE QUAKE-DIED FROM

4lD.80L Messenger Doorkeeper-F.W.J.!.Smith Perry of of 1'Gads-fter- TROUBLE FEARED ESCAPING GAS I $500.00 Piano i ir t

Chaplaln-Rer. E. IL Reynolds of I Huntlngton W.Va., April C.-Policeman Lahore. India. April 6.-It Is report \jA -,,-" fret 4 MI..

DuaL Hill was fatally, and two countyofficer ed here upon reliable! authority that: .

);i Janitor-Otto Klrschoff. *and bystanders, were seriously eighty per cent of the Inhabitants of
i" Pages-Leo Julian of Columbia Elmer ,
wounded In a shooting affray Oharmsala five miles northwest of
; .McCreary of Alachua. William J. be-I i
Johnston of Hillsboro. tween officers In dispute over the Simla, were killed by the earthquake
To .Be
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i In the House caucuses the same harmony 1 city election here today. I of a few days ago. The Governmenthas tiJyctL:1va: 4t

jf : and dispatch of business pre- The Republican city administration') sent relief. Y sbW
- ralled.. Mr. J. G. Helium assistant i
'- appointed police, and the Democratic =
chief clerk of the last House called .. ..
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the meeting to order, after which Mr. I county organization selected deputy Four Persons Asphyxiated.New :!: 4s

Wilson of Hernando, wan made chairman 'sheriffs, to guard the'election.. b klia
York April C.-Four persons rr

ecretary. Nominating speeds, ont I officers Is running high and further; were killed by Illuminating gas th!,* A ticket with each 50c purchase atSewell's
$ given
: motionof Mr. Watson of Osceola. :trouble may result during the day. morning In an upper east side! tenement i
house. The discovery was mad-
were limited to three minutes. .
by the father of three children ith<>
Captain Johnston, of Pasco nominated
found them In an adjoining room wltu rk
Mr. Cilchrist of DeSoto for
Speaker of the House.The nomination Expert Agriculturists Praise Soil of an old lady a friend of the family SB Shoe Store $4
smothered by escaping
was greeted with applause arid. Mr. Miami and Vicinity. ,s
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'Cilchrist was accepted by unanimous
vote. The speakenhlp! having Former Secretary of Agriculture COUNTY COURT. Sewell's Clothing StoreSewell's i.

::' been settled the caucus then proceeded Norman J. Column, of St. Louis! and
': with the following other selections former U. S. Poraologlst H, E. Van Result of the Grind Tuesday and t .

to complete the organization of that Deman, who have been spending the Wednesday Morning. *

Dade I last couple of weeks in Miami and Tailoring Estab.

Speaker-Albert \> Cilchrist of De i I vicinity visiting the various fruit orchards In the afternoon session of the .. .

b Soto. j I and indulging a couple of fishing county court Tuesday and up to noon

Chief Clerk-J. G. Kellum. Alaehna I trips, express great pleasure and I recess Wednesday, the following sue] 1i.

Assistant Chief Clerk-A. C. Eteph- satisfaction in what they have seen. cases were disposed of: y

eng of Hamilton. and think Miami has a great future Hester Wilson, charged with assault
r ome lucy! will get this fine: piano free. They can
::i. ||k< Bin Clerk-George B. Dickerson of and many superior advantages In and battery, acquitted. person ......... ... i

a Orange profitable fruit culture over the cen- Fanny Cuthbert charged with selling t-' can either sell it or keep it. Remember you can buy .. ,*

- Reading Clerk-Nat R. Walker of tral and northern portions of Florida.As liquors without license was ac
goods as cheap or cheaper from us than can buy
Wakulla. Is known to most of Mlamlans. quitted by a jury. you

Assistant Reading Clerk-George J. Prof. VanDeman Is now engaged In Ed Brown and S. M. Stanley pleadedguilty from any one else, besides you run a chance of being the. i

Strozler of Orange. planting out by far the largest fruit to the charge of gambling and ,i
to this 500.00 piano. Do not allow those who
Engrossing Clerk-A. & York of orchard In this vicinity In the State were fined IS each and costs vt courtor lucky one get

,Bradford. and which !s about three miles from 30 days la jaIL did not have the push to get on this band wagon to poison .

Enrolling CerIr-D. r. tTsMt.4. the city. Mr. Colman la editor of Col- Roy McNeal charged with vagrancy '
Recording Clerk-\VHIlam IL Jack- man's Rural World a paper which he pleaded guilty and was given the your mind by telling: you we will cnarge you more for goods. 'I

4t"l Mn' of Citrus.: has conducted for mpro than fifty nominal sentence of f 1 and cost or one Come and insix ct goods and prices for yourself. If we do !

'Set'ceant-at.ArmII-Georce B. Hawkins years at SL Louis. day In jail as he proved he was trying
of Suwannee. Mr.'Colman U so favorably Impressed to secure work when taken In. .I not sell better goods for the money and show you a larger'a

Messenger W. G. Lacier of Cab:; with this particular section of the The case against J. C. Cook for carrying variety to select from, we say to you: don't buy .>f UK.

, bia 3tate that he Is thinking of purchasing concealed weapons, was nolle _

'If'* JOOrkeeper-Danlel Ina of Let a winter, home at, or near. Miami pressed by the request of the prosecuting .
and spending the rest of the cold attorney. .

, Janitor-D. 8..Bryan of Dade. months In the years to come In this Ben Davis charged with trespass s JOHN SEWELL & BRO.

Chaplain-Rer..J. T. Coleman. balmy and healthful clime. Both of the was found guilty by a Jury and a no-

Pages-Frascii Eppes.. George Red I above mentioned gentlemen leave for tic* of appeal to the circuit court was 0

I dick, Harry Fannin and Dick Bennett the West In a few days. made by defendant's counsel .Jt
1 The civil cue of R. E. Watson vs. l

! Mrs. ChaJwick says that she has : That caucus seemed a cut and dried F. E. C. Ry. Co, In which Mr. Watson > P. S. Cell at our store and see this fine SCHAEFFER Piano '

! forgotten what she borrowed. That's : affair, though the "drying" resulted Is ur.g! for darra;<>8 because of tic 4t '.

r- 'a common failing; tat the person who I in what can be termed "first-class! loss of a horse, killed! by a train on 'TJi '.: a.9. ... .!)-.;: s, .!3. a.g a A-3.9. 1) '3.? .'a a .
li&d* always has a good memory. stuff" digestible to ail concerned. the road, was continued. j i

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'J A VAGRANCY ACT. .1'I Cuba." In the second instance the In 1S95 Russia- backed by Germany I or wherever bodily activity .la. a requisite ,' MeCUSKCR'8 CHALLENGE.

METROPOLIS. The following is the substance of American would detract from the East and France, Interfered In the peace i for performance of duty, but this. -

.* COOK of Florida to Cuba by drawing negotiations between China and JaI I is
necessarily required in a State To Nuttall and Cavil}
.t, Published, in 'a bill to be presented to the State Leg to Swim for ,
1 Every Friday the Metropolis islature by Hon. J. N. Wilson, representative Imaginary climatiral differences. aan and forced the latter to give upj I Institution. The common sense of su Money and Honor.

Building. from Jackson'county, and There Is no Question that the Cu Port Arthur. In view of this fact Jj i iaan perintendentstrustees and State officers I The Times-Union of Sunday eat t
4! t.: L Iitia. frt*. 5. BoW Ik .. .'(.-Tnol. |i j which is Intended to abolish "vagran-II I ban ua\el Is destined to Itetome will hardly accept the assistance, :! should be depended on in these talus this challenge by James McCusk-' '.

heavy and the trip popular. Last season jf the in negotiating: :matters. There I
The Miami Printing Corapmy. t cy" In all its forms: powers peace i may be men occasionally er, champion swimmer of America U '
I showed that fact, but Cuba will *lb- Russia. It Is In position to con- whose
experience gives added Joey Nnttall
Be It enacted by the Legislature of I champion of the world
Entered at the Postoffice at Miami, the State of Florida. Meter hurt the East Coast by detract iuct Its own peace negotiations.o I value to their efficiency as officers. and Percy Cavill. the Australian chant

Fla- second-clam matter. I Ing its winter travel That la ."
aa impe'sibke .
pion who
Section 1. That from and after thepassage are both well known tn

I The most Southern pubI| I of this act all person within' for the one reason that those The Southern Pacific Railroad will! The American la right, and It Is to Miami. }

newspaper i I who go to Cuba must necessarily won begin its /great work of tunneling' be. hoped that the Florida Legislature, I. James L.
fished on the mainland of the United !the State of Florida, over the age of McCusker of Boston
go either via the East or West Coasts, he Sierra. The tunnel Is to be 33,000,'I which convenes tomorrow will not introduce Mass champion
old who under
States. twenty-one >cars come ; ? professional swimmer
or within any of the designations following and where there Is one who enjoysan feet of more than six miles, long and I or entertain such a bill. The of America, hereby Issue a chat, '

OM year......................$loo, In this section shall be held' ocean trip, necessary to reach Cuba will cost from $7,000,000 to $10.000,000. old man has to live and If he has lenge to swim Cavill and NataQ at :-

..... there are a dozen wno do not. This tunnel will cut down the grade.1 I health and Is well.
.h lis months.........; ... LOO and considered to bo'vagrants, namely education as cap., some time and in a series of races) '
Those paying in advance will re- : The climate of the East Coast Is oy 1,700 feet and do away with forty able if not more so, of holding downa Each of them to poet $2,500. making ,

t. ..... a year. subscription for $1.60. 1. Persons wandering or strolling far more healthy and Invigorating miles of snowsheds and the constant job and giving satisfaction than the $5.000 for the two of them. ; and I shall 't:

sad alz months' enbscrtpUon for 75seats about in Idleness, who are able to than that of Cuba the sanitation of liability of snow blockades In the win i average young fellow who spends the post $5,000. and swim both the. men a >" $'

"This Is a liberal discount to In work and have no property within the this country better and the dozen. and ter. It will require five years to complete 1 beat part of his time and life In ways I I series of races. They to win three <:

t cs i strictly advance payment. State of Florida and the county where one other things In Us favor will always the tunneL capable of robbing brain of Intelligence out of five and If.they do they its ,.; ,

keep<< the East Coast of Florida -.- and body of strength. The olds
COMPARATIVE DISTANCES.: they then are to support them. the winner; or If I win three oat of ,
From 2 Persons leading an idle and Indo what it Is today-the greatest pleasureand Cole Younger the retired bandit 1 man Is all right. Don't discard him. : five I shall claim the stakes.

fy I mm Pon From get lent life, owning no property, able to health nectlon I In the world. now a deputy constable In Missouri, -o-- I The aeries of races to belows as 'feV
Te, {I Tuop'MUml' WMIMllet A WARNING SIGNAL a!
work but do not work. the scene of many of his former operations j : _
3. All persons able to work owning in the acquirement of unearned I Five miles la the first
ley ***-..... **1 ,161 ... .. April the fourth month of the A rumor Is current today that a petition '
iieveaa:.. .. ...... SISMl KM .1 no property and having no risible year, wealth. The office of deputy constable One hundred yards the second.
e .1IIaDSU.........._.... 11 117U7 consists of 30 days. With the RomansIt Is now, or will be In a few days, 1
utucoOtp 4.C11b.__ ut.SSI bat meats of support By "visible means"Is bus not afford; as much excitement asJie I Ten miles the third.
r Hr, 'tieIl. ....._.. 576 111QIe1aJuecCMI was the second month of the :year. in circulation throughout the countyfor
business t f trains One
y, eta meant that they have ro continuous > robbing and thousand yards the fourth. a"One
6l. ( Julius Caesar added the establishment of criminal
the thirtieth a
WindwardClealuet Pae.elet. 1180! ere 11M employment at some lawful occupa- day oanks and shooting resentful and Indiscreet mile the fifth.
01(T! to it. in the time of Nero It was called court of record. This same move was'
Ca pe tk. Antonio).. 671 6&tig MI tion for reasonable compensation. citizens, but Mr. Younger Is There are to be only five second .
; +aaus ...._..__ 11110 salPw.u j Neroneus. Initiated two years ago and defeated. : .
Bahama 4. Persons having a fixed abode, {rowing old and Is forced to rtsore to 'j rest between each race; the race'toi
,. IN.udeb. __ IGt ... .... The name Is supposed to l>a derived The Metropolis! opposed It then; It opposes I
but with no visible property to sup less strenuous and more peaceful I i take place in the vicinity of Boston

FRIDAY APRIL 7 1905. port them and living by stealing from Aperlre, to open, because the methods of earning a Ih'lnThe/ ban- It now. I|I :Mass.. this coming, summer; such race ,'
In the first
buds themselves at this place such court Is unnecessary
cheating, gambling, etc. I j open period.In lit who does not lay by something for! ,| to take place eight week from the
( the Amhenlan calendar, thj latter and exp< ntlh e. It would \
Geo. Beavers, the big grafter. Is obi 5. Professional gamblers, including I i rainy lay may be reduce to the ex- | time of signing articles the Bostosj ji ;
i portion of Elaphebolion and the greater bate to meet six times a sear, or everysixty I II )j
i en-Ing Lent by denying himself indulgence keepers of gambling houses, employ : trciuity of earning an honest living lui i i Globe of Boston to bo the stake holclI -?*
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part of Muujfchion correspond to days, with a minimum cost of1 .
i in Indictments. ees attaches: etc. his old age. I I era and the referee.
April. Charlemange! In his new cal. i $1.,000 per term or 1.000 for the year I '
--o- C. Persons or Inmates of hanses of I Nuttall tl) assume the first race.of*
eudar called it grass month, the name an expense entirely unnecessary on
9 The various powers are beginning Ill-fame, bawdy houses or other places The largest diamond In the world' five miles ;_
the Dutch. The the county. The discriminating
still It power
given to by

to look over their spring stock of ulti where crime and vice Is habitually in vhlch was discovered In the Transvaal I' Cavil the second race of one hon-'i '
French revolutionary calendar merged or latitude of such a tribuntl. Is tarabove I '
mata. dulged. i few weeks ago, has been weighed dyed yards. t;
It Into the greater portion of Germinal that of any other judiciary.
7. All anle bodied people who beg ind measured and its value estimated.It Nnttall the third race of ten miles. i'1
and the commencement of Flo- Every little case that might originate .
Ph1Sldans'are again Insisting that for a living, quit their homes and weighs one and three-quarter I I Cavill the fourth race of one thou: '
real. On antique monuments Aprllls In any part of the county would, under
: "pie" Is unhealthfuL But we never leave wife and children without the sounds, and Is four by two and a half sand yards.
is represented as a dancing youth witha the authority of this court have to
at pie for our health. So there. means of sustenance. iy one and & half inches. It is "water- be Nuttall the fifth race of one mUe.I. $
rattle In his hand. brought here for trial, entailing
---0 8. All persons able to work, and bite," and has the transparency of myself to continue swimming the :! '
The custom of sending people on great expense by fee, mileage, etc.,
A Perhaps Dow will become a'dtlzen who do not work but hire out their jure Ice. It believed to be the frag whole five! races. Nuttall has got to.finish ,
empty errands on the first of April that are now settled in the justice
of Mexico and then offer to pay his minor children and live. upon ,their neat of a much larger atone. One es- the five miles before Cavill. can J.f
(hence called All Fools' Day) Is common ;, courts of the respective districts of
debts In Mexican money. wages and earnings. 'Imate of its value Is $45,000,000. It Is the start on. I to have five second rest

-0 Section2. All persons over 16 and in every country of Europe and Held, however, at the arbitrary value county. between the five miles and the oat J; t
America. Oriental scholars thatIt This court would have the exclusive
Glorious beautiful spring Is here as under 21 years of age who do not say of $2,500.000, and is offered for sale at hundred yards, as quickly after that. :
is derived from the Kull feast' Jurisdiction to try and dispose of allcases "* ; ;
you can. readily see U yon look it up work have no property, whose parentsare .hat price. It will probably become the as possible. sIn #
among the Hindoos, where a similar except that of capital punishment
i' In the almanae. unable to support them and who property of tome hotel clerk.o reference tof)lr. Nuttall, who UI
and they would be brought to
custom prevails. Another opinion Is
p- are not attending some educational I an English swimmer. with a grand $;
that it comes from a celebration of an issue not by indictments by a I
That Moscow editor who declaresAnt institution, shall be held to be va A GOVERNOR'S HOME.It I, reputation and who defeated me last rt;
Christ's being, Rent .about to and fro grand jury but by infromatkra filed l! '
what Russia needs Is autocratic grants. summer, along with Mr. Cavill at*
between<< Herod Pilate and Calaphas. Is more than probable: the present by the prosecuting attorney, thus'
rile must be bidding for a postoffice. Section 3. Any person convicted of {I Newport R. I, Mr. Nnttall passed the .
In France the fooled man Is called :, Legislature will make another effort clothing him and his superior on the'!
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o vagrancy under anrxtlon: of this |'I remark that there was no faster swimmer -
d'avrll fish it securing a sufficient appropriation: bench with unlimited to .
r "polsson meaning a silly power punIsh ,
: U Castro terlously contemplates an act shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor < In America and Mr. Cavill made'the
easily caught. In Scotland he is calleda to erect a home for the Governor of, political or personal enemies. Even''i, same' 'i
invasion of this country he should and subject to a fine of $500, ( remark. I do Dot know
gawk, which means a cuckoo while Florida. If not, It should Inland there before a grand jury there Is a possl- i:
write to our enterprising railroads for or imprisonment for not more thanC i, whether there is any raster swimmer's':
America. he .ho Is fooled la calledan Is little doubt but what such an appropriation blllly of persecution but that 1* ash i ,
: excursion rates. months, or both at the discretion than myself and If they can get $5,004 1 :
April FooLWATTERSON would be Indorsed very gen- nothing to what would be amenable''I i.' -
Jf4 backing they 'caa make match '
-o- of the court.Section am :
the in criminal court of record. I'I
-o-- erally throughout State. I a I
All that Castro wants is "Justice,1 4. Prescribes that the fact (quickly as possible. I hall then try ,-j
ON FLORIDA. Many States, both North and South,' The Metropolis! knows not that such'
but he wants his own "vest pocket that one can prove he has sought, but |, to prove to Mr. Nuttall and Cavill that;/
., Henry Watterson, of the Louisville have official residences for their chief, a petition or effort Is on foot, but In
supreme Court'to say what justice is. failed to find work at a reasonable I have got speed enough to make them
Courier-Journal, now sojourning In executives, and the appropriateness isat view of the rumor and the possibility j I
He does not want much. price Is good and sufficient groundsfor 'quit before the second race taken
Europe and writing home remembers once realized and not questioned by that such is correct, it takes this :
D a defense place.
The-x.naaa Legislature'has amended AU prosecutions under paragraphs the East Coast of Florida, and the en any one. On the other hand the Inappropriateness means of sounding the danger warn/! The above challenge holds good t* $ !,

State. follows of ing to the people of Dade that
forcing me
tire county

the State's game agme lav. makingIt 4, 6 and G, of section 6. the nature and : governor them or any other swimmer living *?
an season" all the year round The day Is coming when the invalid of a great State to live In a suit of such a court la unnecessary and would This J
open character of the person, house 01 challenge can be atmep
k to hunt the "octopus. wbrld will flock to Florida, Coloradoand rooms or a rented house. Is at once work to the extra taxing of the public through the Boston
place, may be proven by.general reputation Globe theN.
of such person, house or place. California. Already the wealth of realized and It. Is a fact that such an and an expenditure of public funds York Journal or the Florida Time is,.;..

,1 About the highest compliment you Section 6. .Prescribes for the Issuing one man, along with decorative genius existence does not comport with the o Union. Yours truly

these days U to and prodigal enterprise,, ha made of dignity of the office. To Protect Game and Fish.
: can p&7'a man remark of warrants and trial of such offenders James L. McCusker.

e'. that he keeps<< his dates like a I ; defines the .duties of sheriffs the East Coast of Florida everythingthe The)Metropolis does not believe that A petition Is being circulated among Baton Mass, March 29. ..

r lap. constables, police omcera and Riviera is. and a great deal more. any great sum should be appropriated the registered voters of the county and Nuttall has returned to'' England '..

o I! others intrusted with the inforcement The West Coast bolds Itself yet in re and expended on a governors man Is being generally signed addressed and Cavil is now at Watch HUL N.:.....,

; The telegraph editors ought to get of the law.Section serve. But it Is only a question of alon. It believes that a building moreon to the honorable board of county commissioners IL, but It Is probable that U McCnak- '

.together and Insist that the "peace time when. the :whole of the country the order of a large and commodious -
that is sincere he will
7. That In every case o! requesting board to er be accommodated .
compact" shall contain a provision conviction under this act, whether by about Charlotte Harbor and Sanabel residence Instead of what could appoint and authorize the sheriff to aa both Nuttall and Cavill claim to I

implyfylng" all those Manchurlan Island, thence to Myers and Naples, properly be termed a mansion wouldbe In sadgame have defeated
..a plea of guilty.or otherwise and with act co-operation with then\sh him. ?J.
.&IDeSt will form a succession of winter resorts preferable. For this house and warden in the k.
out respect to the sentence or judgment preserving game

I -0- of the court, the costs of the of winter palaces both public grounds It would seem that $15,000 in this county and that he have pow There are en route to Jacksonville .

The Lake City Index and Ocala Banner prosecution shall be taxed against the and private, with a climate far transcending to $18.000 would be snfflclent It Is er to appoint deputies to assist In pro 150 school children from Indianapolis, ,
are atm fighting over the eligibility defendant and paid the same as In In geniality of temperature necessary that the. governor should tecting game, and In making arrests who are touring the South. They wffl ;-

of Hon.. C. M. Brown to be s State other criminal cases anything to be found In Europe north have a home. It would be one of the when the statute relating to game Is reach here on Sunday or Monday from ,
.r Senator. Why not let the .matter I .Andalusia or even In the Africa of means of educating the people of.the violated says the Tltasvllle Star. The Savannah In charge of Mr.- Edgar T.' '1Fonrth.

drop. .for a whiles The Senate will. l !i Algiers and Cairo. State to look with the proper respect petitioners recite that they verily believe of the Shortridge HI

settle 'the question next week.. Theftoae EAST COAST AND CUBA. Mr.' Flagler Is a pioneer. The success upon their high officials and not to regard that this Is essential for the pre I j School and Mr. Robert Hall of the Wi

or the other of these journalistic The New York Sun says: "Th : which he has achieved on the them too lightly. serration of the game In this county)' Manual Training High SchooL Others l

L luminaries can end the matter by-1 frozen orange and pineapple growers ,' East Coast will tempt millions to the It has for Its foundation, respectfor and for the enforcement of the State I will Accompany the children. They,'

: told yon so." of Florida are turning to restless Cu.; West Coast, which Is still more beau law and obedience to law And it will
statutes such
I i'vtded. .t-ave Indlanapali Friday nest at .t
o by as a better field for their enterprises tiful. And that which Is happening and Is an uncontrovertlble fact that out- This petition had about one ::3 p. m. In a special train of Pnllma ,

The Jacksonville Metropoliswill be Tourists flock to the island. in will continue to happen in Florida, side appearances always has Its ef hundred signatures of person living, i sleepers passing through Cincinnati

edited and Issued May 6 by the good thousands. The Cnba of 1910 will be cannot be withheld from lower California fect. Therefore Florida's chief executive In this section this week. Same will Knoxvllle Asheville, Columbia 'and .;t

,,, 'women of that city the proceeds. from the home of many an American settler and Colorado. More and more should have a home, and the Leg- be circulated In different parts of the Savannah. The train will stop bare .

;J the day's business to go to the several and it promises to'be somewhatof Americans are beginning to discover islature wUl be acting- within the accord county before being presented to the1'' 'only fifteen minutes proceeding oa ,

; g charitable Institutions located there. a winter Mecca for American travelers. the virtues of their own country. Of of public opinion by authorizingsuch commissioners, consequently will hard j St. Augustine but win return hero ,,..

x What these women do they do well, Cuba is both' a pleasure resort Its money-making capabilities there an appropriation Iy reach them before the rt.'plarIa'i j. the following -day-Tuesday or Wed-

consequently a bigger, brighter and and a health resort and American peo- has never been any doubt Its adapta ------o- meeting. I nf"lda7-leaYlng the next day en route, !'"

3 better edition of the :Metropolis than are rapidly coming to an appreciationof THE OLD MAN.A No better movement could: be In-1! hone via Tallahassee and Penaacola. .

aver before Issued. ran be looked for, the fact"Supporting I augurated. The game laws of the !; This trip of :WOO miles U aa Intersesting
on this occasion. and In connection with Supporting Watterson the Nash tile bill Introduced In the Tennessee --v't:
State are too vague and too loosely ; one, nd will -be made by these

--0 the above assertion the Nashvlllv 'American adds this: Legislature prohibiting the employing enforced.' More stringent measures j Indianapolis people at the rate of f 1S,..

On of the latest rumors is to the American, nfter dwelling upon the Many Southerners are Ignorant "f a of a man over 70 years of ago in any are needed for the protection of our 50 per! capita. The sleeper will be ,/

effect that Japan Is. willing'to acree packed condition of the East Coast, large part of their own section. They of the State Institutions birds ash
t causes theNashville and and the Legislature will used on the outward trip from Indianapolis 4
to peace on terms which Involve an climate, etc., with a word in favor of can hardly blame Northerners for American to :
remark: act wisely and timely in taking up I to Knoxvllle, and retnrnJng'ffrolD :

'indemnity of from SOO,00'.000: to Cnba, says: i knowing so little of It. In Florida. "No man above 70, or above CO, will this matter. Indianapolis .to Knoxville, and' ;;
$750,000.000. If this amount should be The winter travel to Havana is I ;
rap- Mississippi and Louisiana a Teneelean be, or at least should be, employed I, re- returning from Chattanooga to Indl* :1i

demanded'acd paid what a formIda- idly increasing. Within the next few i Is regarded as something of a unless ho 1'1 l competent, and If he Is Cuba already has a debt of $35,000- apolls. The rate Includes almost 40s1 ':'

c ble navy Japan could construct with I years tens of thousands of visitors i Northerner. The beauties of the goath his age should not bar him from earn- 000. It proposes to Increase this by cry expense such as meal and lodging '+.:;
It With a great navy Japan would be'1 from the United States will spend the
I coast are really known to snore ing his living. Suppose the State I2C.OOO.OOO. The Interest and sinking In all places at the best hotels. '
a world power indeed, and it It should winter In Cuba. Such towns Bahia
as Northerners than Southerners. .
The passed such a law and private enterprises fund for payment on the existing debt' Jacksonville Metropolis J
desire to acquire the Philippines the! Honda Matanzaa and Cardenas on the I -
I South itself is a large country, variedid followed suit and refused amount to $:,';.0.(1(1( () a year. The new '
United States would have- I(I hans'! northeast coast and Santiago and tOI t
climate, topography and scenery. It give employment to anyone over loan will add $170.000 to the annual'expenlittire Oyama duce not mare! the mistake

fall. Trinidad on the southern coast, will is a thousand miles from Niirhvllle to years of age, what would become of'' or a total of 3210000.: of sneering! at the valor of the Russians. .)

-o- attract winter "bome-tle<<>kers, while on I Miami one of the delightful reports olFlorlilftygpom the old who have about .
men not accumulated t- Cuba is the size of Tennessee, He say: "Personally. I have Jv
The Legislature will either make a both the northern.and southern
coasts thence It Is only about a competence? The poorhouse or!; and has a half million less Inhabitants a high regard for the Russians They 11--

good or a bad record that will live after are many beautiful situations for hotels 140 miles to Nassau, one of the most Dr. Osler's chloroform would be about With the new loan It will have are soMIera. The officers and men are) ,,

I It. So win the Individual members and winter resorts, where summer delightful winter homes In the world. all that would be left for them. very nearly leached the limit In incur brave and able and have fought welt .

: The record of BO member can perpetually reigns, but where refresh The Bahamas are within easy. reach. "Such a law would be a reflection on ring debt I Imposed by tire United During the war between. China and '

r be ,concealed. His service of sixtydays ing breezes ever blow, where the Cuba the most fertile island of all the our chivalry. It would not look well States. When it passes that limit the ; Japan I was the cammander of the) .

soon passes, but he. leaves a re nights 'are delightful and where the oceans is close by. All these are closer to have It said that Tennessee attempted United States must Interfere under army which captured Port Arthur.. "j'.,:
cord to confront him. whether It be desirable ,>
and '
tropical beauty than Colorado
or California Keeping to deprive a man of the rightto the Platt amendment With a division and a half of troops .
good, bad or Indifferent It will be loveliness the view I .
on every yellow fever put of Cuba which can earn a living because he was old. 6 we took the city In five boors. The) 'rl I
the duty of each member to serve the hand. The Caribbean i I. the
American be done, which Americans did means This ale, perhaps, he had acquired because Texas Republicans are complaining result this time shows the wonderful 'tJ I
,. State to the beat of his ability not Mediterranean
and Coba Is destinedto
it off '
our own shores This he had been because
abstemious because so many Democrats are to difference between' the Russians and
merely the Interests of a few or a become the American Riviera.
mesns millions to the South. Daringthe he had been frugal, because be be guests at the banquet to be tendered the Chinese with whom we. had p erlous
faction. If. he does less he does not Both 'of the above statetaenta ( :
{ are recent winter Northern visitors had not wasted his substance in riotous the President at Dallas. A banquet experience." The Russians have '
meet the obligations of his oath or his exagaration In the first! ..
: place, the spent millions of dollars in the South living.; His only crime was that attended only by Texas Republicans, no cause to be ashamed of their record .
S. promises The people will watch thus "frozen orange and .
growerof while millions are being Invested. A he was poor. would be too exclusive to look any-1 at Port Arthur. They mad

Legislature and will render their verdict i Florida" does not exist and tone -maderful transformation is in pro- "It Is well enough for the army, the thing like a popular welcome to theatloo'a ]! heroic defense that will live IA .., h

later. qnntly he is not going t<' "froetleeslC greaa' In the Far South. police force, the mall carrier service Chief Executive.: tory.MIAMI ,., at .

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Plan to Rains Them Here for Supplying Greek Sisterhood Formed.. of Young I The Sixth Month Show That the At On Southern .Trip-Big Crowd Saw ,

; Big-Hotels Women of Miami- High School I I tendance Is 47 per cent. Above Him Leave Washington.Washington Architect and Builder

Last Year.
K Among the"visitor in the city Tuesday The Phi Theta Tau Sorority la a i April President ,
know nave in mj employ one of the best
way Mr. Chas. F. Schneider, of Greek sisterhood' composed of thtyoung Roosevelt left at 9:05 o'clock this draftsman in the
Saturday closed the sixth month of I South, and am better
> Ocala' one of the forem&t orange ., of the Miami, High morning on his trip South and will be prepared than ever for furnishing- plaaa
J School. They have done much good the Miami public schooL The princi absent about two months.A and details tot rood buildings, fine cabinet -
In that section of Uw state
rovers In a quiet way and have enjoyed to pal's report to the county superintend large crowd was at the station work etc. I am now headquarters ,

though. his mission Aero Is In the Interest the utmost the mystic ceremonies of ent shows 'an average attendance of to bid the President farewelL The for turned work scroll sawing and all
f of another soil producing Ten- their order. Just now they are plan- work usually done in a FIRST CLASS
special train
t 47 per cent. above that of March 1904.) was elegantly fitted,and!
rr, tore that aeema to have a soundness planing1 mill.
entertainment to be given in the
I nlng an Since the enrollment Is only 25 party were Secretary Loeb, a
about It thing.that" some would .class as a I next Friday evening, April 7, In the higher, the report shows that percent the number of personal friends of the Send me your order for doors and wIndow *

"rood I 1 auditorium, and are hoping to make It tourist this year has tailed to attract President, photographers and reps !: frames ballusters brackets etc

This venture according to Mr. unusually enjoyable. They have secured the parent and pupil in such a way as sentatlves of the newspaper associa and be|convinced MIAMI, FLA
Schneider Is nothing more than the i the services of Miss Daisy Carpenter ions i ii I II
to demoralize< the school so much as i i ,
w crowing of vegetables for the immense who will make her first appearance heretofore. I The first Important stop will be al |II I

Flagler system and other hotels 'I before a Miami audience. Mr. Hall's morning talks at chapel Lonigtllle! tomorrow morning, when DOOOOCOOO: ?
of the Florida East Coast during since her return from Philadelphia''' li j of
a stay three hours 'will be
exercises the last few i
# the winter months, w ben such produce Miss: was poplar before I' during weeks Thence the ( 'f Contractors and
Carpenter go 'I hate grocers effective! for tardiness.I route will lie to St. Louis Property Owners
f. !w is ,scarce. The 'project as aJvanceJ"byMr. she weal away that all who remem The pupils are interested and make and San Antonio with brief stops at ,

Schneider is to erect "an acre I her her either as a reader or as "Mrs. places' en route If don't
-v", extra effort to be on time to hear what and at which the Prcsidont you want to SAVE MONEY,
of glass, meaning an Immense house .Rurles!! will look forward to nextFriJajr I is to Le said next. will incidentally deliver short I we can't help you. I If you do, cone to f
of glass, much on the same order as with pleasure. talks. I
: great
I the common hothouse for the cultivation i the sorority girls are not The teachers together with Snpt.i Ltalieg San Antonio the II.I. The J. A.
;+ i As ret"tint" (Hall have formed a tennis club and Presi ten McDonald Co.
of flowers! and in which all varieties
in society, they are wondering i,I are enjoying a game once a week In 1 I Ii will go to Oklahoma: for a wolfe hunt, j i
4>; of vegetables will be grown. In how wilt be the but way to let the I-i the afternoon. thence to Colorado to hunt big game :! AND BUY YOUR ..
rFi these houses he also proposes to cultivate I'i ,'
public know that this is to be a society in the mountains
flowers such as find % demand affair. They wish that they had time The pictures of the schoolmade at Long Leaf Yellow Pine
Royal Palm Hotel during the Fair
and sale among tourists and in speaking NOTICE.
to correspond with Mrs. Ralston, of i II'
of his scheme said: the Ladles Home Journal, to uti: her are purchased excellent.b3in., and many of the,pupils Framing at $16 per M. ti

""Glass vegetable cultivating houses how they may most "properly" let the I Department of the Interior, Land Officu -

f are now being used very largely and young men of Miami, yes and the attractive Chapel exercises by were chorus made more I .Ii Gainesville, Fla, April 3.1903. Boards same price. We also sell Lln.e; Buck [4 kinds j,
a pretty by Miss
generally throughout the North for old men, too, k jPw that this is an Rickards pupils a few morning's Notice Is hereby given that he( following 'I' Cement Sash, Doors, Mouldings and whatever else a
> supplying the mark'.t out of fihsou, ago I named settler has filed notice
occasion for each of them to
escort requires lowest
y The orches'ri hn beei 'envoi and 'I'I I at possible figure.
and are Institutions. of his intention I
proving pruDt.ablc to-say, a half a dozen iadles. to make final proof 1 la
There la.no n u.on.IIY such un Institution Should any one have any suggestions Yo ill soon be playing again. support of his claim, and that said I .sr..

would not pray handsomely! on to offer the Phi Theta Tans beg Atwlf'e of Oi"4m.n*" for C.t?N''' Th't, proof will oe made before John B. Yon Know Where We Are- i- t 14th( Street Miami Fla.
the East Coast by supplying the great to inform them that they areat !...;*!., i>. ;:;. CuiMuiibotuuvt; at .tUduai, ,

hotels, with fresh and nhulcsome vegetation. home" at the Mlnmilligh School everyday ,i Contain Mercury. j Fla.. on May 12, 19.13U.: .: WIlliam CuooooooooooooooooooooocoooaooooooooooooooooooooooocWHALER
I here to interest As mercury will surely destroy the J. Krome ,
am capitalists from 8:30 to 2, where they enter of. Homestead Fla., homestead 4
in the venture and I believe I sense of smell and completely derangethe 32031:>: for .
taco Caesar Cicero and Virgil,, and the st.2:! of sw ] 1, sir
will be successful. It will take from several thoughts upon other subjects whole system when entering It 1-4 of se I-.!, section 6, township 57 .
y' (10.000 to 12.000 to the scheme through the mucous surfaces. Such south, 39
carry r anging from physical geography and range cast, and se I" of se .
through the building of tho glasshouses articles should never be used excepton 1-4 of section 1
algebra to geometry and physics, and township south, --I ;
being the main upeDlQr. ." are delighted to stop at any time to prescriptions from reputable physicians range 38 east.

),[ Schneider Is circulating among talk to anybody upon any subject as the damage they will do He names the following witnesses

the prominent business men and capitalists 'Is ten fold to the good you can possibly to prove his continuous residence

and if successful In raising A Daredevil Ride derive from them. Hall's Catarrh upon and cultivation of said land, viz.::

the amount of stock desired be Often ends In a sad accident To heal Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney Charles Gossman. of Black Point Everyone who buys a
a: Co., Toledo, O., contains no
>win set about locating the Industry mercury
injuries, use BucklenV Arnica Fla.L.
:a and getting things In shape for aaawa'a Salts "A deep wound in my foot and is! taken Internally, acting upon R. Nixon of Black Point, Fla. Diamond of us Feels

bulD.... from an accident." writes Theodore the blood and mucous surfaces Of the William Anderson, of Black Point
system. In baying Hall's Catarrh Cure
Schuele. of Columbus, O. "caused me
'e Last Hope Vanished.' great pain. Physicians were helpless I I be sure and get the genuine. It is Fla.D.. C. Brown, of Perrine Fla. that he or she has secured a good ;
.i When leading physicians said that taken Internally and made in Toledo
but Bncklen's Arnica Salve quickly W. G. Robinson. bargain. We intend that every
,W. )(. Smlthart of Pekln, 'la. had InCurable healed It" Soothes and heals bums Ohio, by F. J. Cheney ft Co. Testimonials Reelster.NOTICL one shall feel that way. Every

: consumption his last hope like m&< yw 'vanished: but Dr. King's New Discovery Sold by druggists. Price; ?& per "
ty color cut and
price. lYe hate
s for Consumption, coughs and colds bottle.
w kept him oat of the grave. H9 says:: Veterans, Attention Take kail's Family Pills for consti some nice ones to snoll'1/oU : : : : :
"This great specific completely cj aced In view of the approaching Confederate pation. Notice is hereby given that the City
Memorial Council of the City of Miami will
Day on apply
ne, and saved my life. Since tea. I
the 2Cth Inst, it Is more than important to the Legislature of the State of Florida
': ,bare used, it for over 10 years, and County Court. .
that there 'should be a foil attendance at the session beginning April 4th.
consider it marvelous throat
a andmc' : The afternoon session Monday --- The
of the members of Tige Anderson 1905, for,the passage of a special Act I Jeweler"Wilson I
cure. scientific
.et Strictly core and the morning session Tuesday of
for Camp, U. C. V. at the Date: of the granting Charter to the City of Miami
.a coughs, sore throats or colds; sure the county coon was taken vp with '
; Said Act to contain provisions
adjutant Saturday morning April 8th,
preventive of pneumonia. Guaranteed, the case of Mrs McAllister-Beck ...
60e and $1.00 bottles at an drug stores at 10 o'clock to take up the celebration the Miami Transfer Co. creating and establishing the Municipality .
of the same. By order of R. C. of the City of Miami; providing
Trial bottles free.
This Is a case in which Mrs. Beck
May for the election of officers, and prescribing
ski, commander.G. claims a commission of $:%5 in a & Y
Had: _Rough Passage. W. M. Williams. transaction in connection with securing their powers and duties; prescribing Flye
Adjutant and limiting the powers of
c a purchaser for the Dines and .
the City Council; granting right to Ira- OBALSBS IV
Owing to the tempestuous weather grounds of the Transfer Co The jury
Frightful Suffering Relieved. pose panaltios for offenses against the
the steamer Martinique due to reachport about noon, brought In a verdict for
Suffering frightfully from the City Ordinances meth Jda
ylru- .; prescribing Staple Groceries Fruits
the her the
3 plaintiff awarding amountclaimed.
Saturday afternoon did ln
not get | lent; poisons of undigested food C. G. for the assessment and collection of ,
A motion was immediately
until early Sunday morning, thus Grayson, of Lain, :Mlss. took Dr. revenue: providing for a Municipal
..,making' It Impossible for her to get] King's: .New Life Pills, "with the re- made by the defendant company'scounsel Court: granting the right! to ii neXty TOBACCOS
in the asking for a new trial
out forenoon and detaining ber suit he writes, "that I:was'cared." All | :: Bonds In excess of 6 per cent of

Zt: until 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Thtsl, stomach and bowel disorders give way the valuation of rral and personal AND CIGARS
Has Stood the Test 25 .Ye'sra.
trip I was one of the roughest 1 !I their
to tonic, laxative properties. 25c property wlrnln the City limits limits
The old Tasteless Avenue D MUM
staunch little steamer baa encountered original Groves and 14th SU FLA.WeWantEveryGrower.
] ,at all drug stores; guaranteed. Chill Tonic You know ,..ht pro\I a'r.g' for the election of Bond .4u.u-L._
fit the,past but you are
season no time sonar _.. ,
she'In danger, though showing signs! Schooner Helen Hogged. taking. It !is iron and quinine In a Trustees, and preserving; their powersand a

1 of the tossing she got by the spraTS tot tasteless form. No cure, no pay. Me.Hand duties.By
The schooner Helen which went order of the City Council of the
'the top of the stack and ma -bead. ,
r ashore some time ago on Molasses l Badly Mashed. City of Miami.
r Cheated Death. Reef near the tower part! of Biscayne j E. A. ),McGraw a workman employed 1%. R. KELLUM, .9

Kidney trouble often ends fatally, Bay is reported to have broken I In two 11 on the marine ways.north of the terminal City Clerk.

but by chasing the right medicine E. several days ago during the high( docks, suffered the loss of his IN THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS. fir

H. Wolfe, of Bear Grove Iowa cheated winds which have been prevailing. forefinger and a severe mash of the NOTICE.In .

death. He says: Two years ago Boats coming in from that section report right hand while working on the craLdle -

1 bud Llndney trouble, ..hlch.causedme' large numbers of cocoanuts that| of the ways last Tuesday. U Court of County Judge State of'I Florida YecetableV complete manual of florid crop' ,

,q great pain, suffering and anxiety, composed the cargo, to be afloat whichare seems that Mr. McGraw while work ]Florida Dade County. "Florida Orarres"-Of special Interest to. orange growler >

i:; but took Ellctric Bitters which effected picked np by baskets fulL Ing with others In unlocking the cradle 11 In re Estate of Charles B. Crockett Jr.: Florida. Strawberries."-A. Booklet oa "SoU Varieties Cultlruksa a.4 ';

a. complete care. I have also found preparatory to moving it, and while To all Creditors, Legatees. Distribu Fert1U tloD." .

them of great benefit In general debility Rheumatic Pains Quickly Relieved. the same was elevated by a jackscrew tees .and all persons having claims Irish Potatoes."-A Booklet on "Son. Seed, Planting and CalUratfoi; :CEast ,

.and nerve trouble, and keep them The excruciating pains characteristic had the heavy framework to fall on or demands against said estate: of Fertilisers Digging and Shipping."

constantly: on hand since as I find of rheumatism 'and sciatica are his hand. The injured man was at Ton and each of yon are hereby notified ."Pineapple rtrtllisinr."-Of spedai Interest to pineapple growers

they have no equal. An druggists, quickly relieved by applying Cham once taken to the once 'ofDr.. Grampath and required to present any tdal rertliiien."-Book chewing. all oar different brands, analyses "....

guarantee them at 60c. berlaln's Pain Balm. The great ling, who with the assistance of Dr. claims and demands which yon or eta. ,
relieving power of the Enlment has Skaggs amputated the forefinger and 11 either of you may have against the Near and Revised Editions of the abort Just published Mat free for the aakta

Nassau Hotel-Help. been the surprise and delight of thou dressed the Injury, which is most se-1 '
sands of sufferers The quick relief Ten and painful, but not serious late of Dade county, Florida, WILSON & TOOAIHR\ FERTILIZER COMPANY I'
A5 party of forty the help of Hotel
4 from pain which it affords la alone to the undersigned administratrix of ,

CoJ.Jnw. at Nassau. came over Sunday worth many times its cost For sale To Cure a Cold In One Day said estate within two years from the JACKONV1LLE. Fla.ChasoHaraeg .

on. the steamer Miami and left in by Red Cross Pharmacy and all medicine Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.All date hereof.

the..evening for different points in deal en. druggists refund the I if
money Dated March 16, A. a 1905. : Agents, r
the' North and West where they win It fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Agnes Mace Crockett '

t1 be distributed for the summer. Mr. Bank Busters' Held. is on each box. !5c. >-ln Administratrix. BROWN &: MOODY STOCKTON & BRADFORD

Bernie, the manager, wilt be over on Elyria O. April 1.-Cashier Kaneen A Guaranteed Cure For PIl_ Cutler Little River. '

e the next trip of the Miami to go North assistant cashier: Walker and bookkeeper
for the heated term, though Mrs Seal Walker charged with emwiU pea Off After Tarpon. Miami

;# awe over yesterday and suns funds of the Citizens Savings Mr. Ed Von Hoff the noted rod and AH persona concerned- win tab notice Bottling Workst

Co on to Jacksonville where she wm Bank, of lorraln, were brought here reel manufacturer and his friends,
that six months after date 1 win WALL A DICKINSON
i ,be Joined by Mr. Bernie the latter part! early today and locked in jail Dr. Webber and Dr. Humphrey, all of present my final accounts and vooch- I Props.

of the .week.Chamberlain's. Later, the three men were arrape4The New Tork arrived in the city Tuesdaymoraine ers u executrix of the estate of John I I Itth Street Nor R. B.. Miami Fla s

,' pleaded sot guilty and waived for the purpose of Indulging J. Hayden late of Dad County i

Cough Remedy tM Best preliminary hearing with surety bond two week or more on the lower coast ceased, to the County Judge of add i I, Vanofacturm ofAllKnds

and Most Popular. being fixed at $6,000 in each east Inquest of tarpon and that afternoon eooaty and pray for my final discharge'

4 Mothers buy It for creepy childreMr they, in charge of Captains Albert u executrix of said estate.FLORENCE I of

railroad men bay It for severe coughs Struck 011 ,In Hernando.A Helnkel and Laflln aboard the P. HADBN

2 Sad elderly people buy it for I la special from BrooksvtUe to the houseboat Rose Marie, got away Executrix Estate of t. J. Haden. De Scat Drinks (4I) '
grippe say Moore Bros, Eldon low s Tlmet IIalon says: on the cruise. The Rose Marie win be ceased. !

*. *."{t'e sen,, more of of Chamberlain's In boring for water at the new plant towed by-the-.launch Zora. and the January U. 1905. I.IUm "-* .Pnopt Atttttte to AB Orders Ont-of-Tcw ordsn loOdM.

'' cough Remedy than any other kind. of the Aripeka sawmill today at Five) trip will be extended to Shark river
It seems to have taken the lead over! thirty miles south of here, on the and BahIa Honda on the West Coast

Ieother good branda. There Brooksville a: Hudson RaUcpa a fin, On the 25th the party win leave the DYSPEPSIA CURE _

.. no question but this medicine is .1 grade of oil wes struck at a depth of houseboat and return in the Zora. and .

bert that can be procured for coug two hundred. feet The vein was so thence North, while Mr. Chas F.KaethIng DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
aol colds, whether it be a child or strong it had to be capped C teat O 0
the expert tarpon fisherman, r' Tufto/n+me.fra24rseir.lrn.Wwsalart0sesa: : "
aloft that is afflicted. It always cures excitement prevails. FIvay !is the present will return to the Rose Marie aboard .' "".UD CHUT >> T.t LAK1ATOW.

an 4 cures quickly. Sold by Red Cross I terminal of the proposed railroad< the Zora and spend the month of May E. C. Dc\VITT fs. CO'II'A2JVr CHICAGO D.I.

Pt.armacy and all medicine dealers from BrooksvtUe to Tamps angling for these silver beauties Ask for the !1905 Kodol 1 Almanac and 200 year Calendar

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A FISHING RECORD., I\I MARTINIQUE IN A GALE. Legal Papers. 1 J CUBAN PATRIOT DEAD. U. 8. SENATORS HERE. I I ITallaUrro liquors are noli ': the THole Indians '
= ,I I J ,
1 --- Warranty deed Albert P. Sawyer
and that traffic Is Indulged lato
#tt 1t Made b/ Gen. Fitzgerald and Friends Rough Passage Havana to Key West- trustee to Gust R. Freeland fyr $SSJ| J. A. Huau. Succumbs to Cardiac Dropsy and Frye Accompanied I I a deplorable extent. I therefore '

From Hcua.boat Ban it". w 11 of e 14:! of I lot: C, sub-divlsi. II aec- I at Jacksonville. I II Messrs. Flaaltr and Others on j I recommend that the sale of spirituous,
} Mainsail Carried
Away. tlon :2S! tQwnship 45 south ra ge 43 1 Tour of Inspection. | vinous or mall: liquor to the Seminole

+ Con Fitrgerald, of New York sho: '.as!. I j J. A. luau, an oil and projUenti,'I Indians be prohibited; by law and that

V spends every season on Uay Buua;'ue The Martlnqus! arrived at tb.3 tcr.timl Warranty deed, Chas. M. Terrell, 'I citizen of Jacksonville, dlej of cardiac United States Senators James P. adequate penalties be provided for ta *

(, aa:: aijaceat r *:1ttr:'!. with his fanrlj: I duck last Tuts lay night at trus'ee, to Miami Realty Loan and I' dropsy! at hU resid_nl e. 1C :'J La ra TullafrrrD: a'JV.. P. Fry cco.cpa liolatloa: of the law .

and lrfends 'aboard hs iiauasuue au i i I| 10.30: o'clock. The delay 5n ihj seampr's guaranty Co, tor (20,000 lots 11, 12, stoat but uglit al 11. :O. il\; Huaubaj nud by e8br8. Henry M. Flagler. J. 1 he recommendation Is a wise and

commodious houseboat "Bintta" Mi I sat i I-. It. block 11 : also lots 1. ::, 9, I'+, bl."t'n' 111 f.,r several weeks Ills R. Parrott, vice-president and generalii.auatir. timely one, but if such a law Is en-
I arrive caused h
< Monday night for his: Norther.j home, i by rui I 1. 12, 19, 20, block 12; lots :3, 10, 11. wife, three laugh < rs and one non survive and R. T. Golf, superintendent acted the pior Seaiuola will! be deprived > '

leaving the C.icita here to lie Lerth"J I t I weather. '2, block 28.; lots I, 2. 11, 1:. block :SO: him. The fuiur.il arrau 'm.ns of the F. E. C. Ry. arrived in Miami of possibly his! greatest plea-

l up the! river until next stason. 1 i The officers report that temrestu torch: lots 9. 10, 11, ]:. block :::2.: lots ,, bate nut jet been committed, but w.1I yesterday at 2 o'clock on a special s'irc-drinking. The l1lan: b/ nature
r..lls cf the ffiost i ii I in 11 12 Wock! 4S lots anJ 2 Lc lInuunceillatcr. train. I
Cetera Fl:< esc ( o-Js weather "as encmaerc.llioJD: a? ; j: U. a drunkarJ, though there are many
enthusiastic nln.irers of Florida: and :j i err leafing the hirb' r of Havana aid 'lock 50. los 15. 14, :: and 21, block1 1' During ib. Cuban revolution Mr The party came to Inspect the work !j i a":'ong the Seminoles who do not
t sportsmen that conies South In ih? I i 51 ; lots 1, 2, 11. 1:, 19. and 20, bl icK Huau"iUJ: fai,bful sort for Ih' pitrloU being dune on the tkaunel\ In the bay drink, are pratl.ally abstainers and

winter. He is en export angler, and I'i became alrroyt a gaze during; the passage i iI I ;2.: lots!. 9, 10.'11 and 1:, block CS; lots on the Island. Hu had a pruiulnt.nl and the canal to the ocean, and after qMse the others against the habit

t while speniing 'a great deal of his I to KeyVtsL: The:; ma'nsa-1 and 11 1 I't, 2, 11. 12. lIil'k.iO; lois :, 4, 5. C, ',, part in the arrangeneii Lr the Lli a trip acrosi the bay the distinguishjj The Seminole In vrrlak. Is peac-
foresail being use I to steady ih? th'pin
time here In tshln: !;. he does It for S, 9, 10. block :50: ; lots 4. 5, C. i, 8, 9, bust rirg expntl.lons that t.ok men visitors returned and went: up the Miami able; he Is pea cable at all times. He

the pleasure and excitement there Is j the heavy sras. The malntpll 1 wasrarrlt'd IfI, block 50; lots 11. 12, 13, II, 15: and supplies to the Cnl.ans from this river, relurun. by carriages from I harms no one. but bin self; Is cot
mi tBe ship: bto-e'l
In It and not for the greed and record away block 72: ; lots i, 8, 9, 10, block 7!:. MI- place. Mr. Huau ass the repr,seata- the Lawrence place, to the city nicddlrsime. He wants his drink
hard for several hours. though no fur I I
i reputation that some do.: 1; ami. live of the Cu! an Junta hero and was ., must have It and enjoys It better than ya'
+, Even with this! General Fitzgerald thtr accde.lt! of a seriojs nature o> Letters patent to E. I. Brady Co. for |' tireless In Its work: |fore-most r the white man, and: while the Metropolis
furred the There
has made a splendid record Ibis sea- on voyage o.er. r,131and\ wholesale grocery business; : Aft r the revolution had ended and'take a deep Interest in Miami's deepwater Is opposed to the liquor tramc la ,

1_ tt son at Cshlng and from the! dale of his were about.. ffty pafsngers a boar.1, capital stock $100.000. I I the Independence of the Island had project The party returned to all of Its forms It might be well to let '
most of bam their
were on
P arrival to the time of his departure way Warranty deed Olive c. and GeorgeH. been acknowledged. Mr. Huau was offered j, SL Augustine and Jacksonville last the poor Red Man alone In thin one of
thirty varieties of,. bit Indigenous: to Maltby to G. G. Strahtn for 71. etc. a high official pos:tlon with the ;'evening. the few pleasures he Is.permitted to /

these water, and amounting in sum lot 3, block 5. West Palm Beach. r new government. He declined It on enjoy. Those here In the Indian Nation

: total to 970, ...ere' caught from his DR. LAWTON INVESTS. C. G. Strohm to A. P. Anthony and the ground that he was an American I i Death of Mrs. Richer. I II. I as they are. appreciate: the Indian

boat Tile'arietIu and number of J. R. Anthony lot 3. ,block t, West citizen and meant to live and die here. Mrs. Sarah A. Rlcker aged his characteristics, and traits

each kind of tab caught were as fol. Buys Property, Sets Out'Qrovs ana Palm Beach for $1, etc. i i Times-Union. :I. died Tuesday afternoon at 1i-l1ean.1: I They know his nature and his requirements -- t

lows: Will Locate Here.Many Warranty deed Amos H. and Daisy' Mr. Huau was one of Cu"a'a greatest ; north of the city of heart and feel that to deprive kIm

SC bonefish 152 barracuda 250: king- Ross to Sidney Vason and Mrs. Fanny patriot and had spent his life though she had been In very poor i. of his liquor would be like taking

ash. 77 cannes 90 grouper 42 mnttonCsh. yes hundreds of Mlamlans Stroebel tor $100 lot 2, sub-division laboring for her freedoii. About health for many months. Deceased I'I: bread from a hungry man.

S : 58 snappers C7 grunts, 5 yelJowtalL know Dr. Harry Lawton of Cleveland of lot 1, block 17, Miami I three weeks ago be. with his family leaves a husband two daughters, one : Then, too the Indian as a race collectively ,

7 porglcs. 9 chub 4 perch C 0., that- genial whale-souled fellow Warranty deed. Ernest Stypman to passed through Miami en route to of them Mrs. J. W. Singleton residing and in tribe. Is fast becoming

- bream 7 sailor's choice 1C blun ron'l who: bears the reputation of never Mrs. M. G. Blackwood for $55 fractional Jacksonville from Havana where he here and the other living In Key West, extinct, and .a few years hence

sere 2 turret, 1 pudding wife C having pushed a fellow being down, block 1, town of Potsdam. ,i had gone for as! health some f"w besides an adopted son. The funeralwas i the remnant of the original bkbtue

; Csh, 1 marsot 2 'moray. 11 Spanish j but always helped him up, and 11 haI Warranty deed. Mayo Dado et al,1 months before. lIe was then In a very held In the afternoon at 4 o'clock: ''of Florida will have passed out ol ,

mackerel :3 hogrsh. black bass> 1 I has been a regular visitor' to Miami to Stephen Blundy for $1050: lot 5, weak condition and his life d.-spalrel from the residence rev. Father Me- existence., The older\ men anj women .tare \

amberjack 1 toalCfch!: 7 shark, 1 !:Dr. I for several EPPSJUS past will be glad i block 105: north Miami.! ,: of. Curdy officiating and the Intutnl'ntl, rapidly crossing! the Great Divide,

: ash 1 blueEsh: 1 moonfish, 1 to Kara that he has at last become a Warranty deed Simon Bunson and being In th'j city cemetery by Undertaker and the young buck and squaw fascla- vi

lUh. CUlla8-1 property owner in Dade county and | M. II. Bunsm to Ell L. Chapman for|I FULFORD. DOTS. King. Deceased was well anl'! ated and beguiled by th" allurements
has been !incl lentally a "Florida tracse-:: ." :; block 103 J i
The Bonlta j $12 : delray. I t I favorably known, and Uavca many I and Inducements o? civilization are
season by Caplalj; Dick Glad via. one I I This fact, and all n'jour it, is best Warranty deed, J. II. Tatum to.. Andrew -I'I Items Personal and Otherwise From sorrowing friends to regret hr; death. /j jMr. leaf lc" the wigwam and: ''haun's of the

of the Jollicst, competent,an I most I I told by Dr. Lawton himself; In a letter J. Plotters for $225: : lots C. 7 and :i This Flourishing Little Town. I iI wilds to tare up the more strenuous
-+ popular skippers plying these wat'r.1) to the Metropolis! whitten from: e 1.2 of S, sub-division of lots a and C, !I I life.
Several Improvements hlbeen J. S. Peters one of th1 tomato> ry
and phi: copies down from the North ; Jacksonville yesterday, and which Is block 4, uubdlvUlun: of sections SS'M : i
t I follows made on the large and convenient 'kings of Pa Ie county, states that: the Civilization Is forcing the Indlaa
'it every season for this special duty. as : : and 40, township 51 south, range 41 (
"Metropolis Miami Fla. ,packing house, owned by the Fulfurl : coming; crop roull not have z. )Icttir out of his native elements. lie I abut
i-Captain Dick; ES he Is generally east. i 1
; !! :Is3.:; The vines are late and: short time llv
I' Fruit and Vegetable Growers wh ch pron a longer to and be
c called will row berth the Bonita for "Enclosed please find Jl-M for ray Warranty deed, Wlnfiold S. Clower'
Is now open and ready for business ji j> healthy and well filled with fruit This known as the Noble Red Man of the 't
summer, when h?. too, will wend his :t tway subscription for jour paper; bend to I to Henrietta Redilin for ItS w )-: of
The business demands only a few condition prevails in all parts of the forest therefore It might be well not
northward to spend the heated )| my old address Cleveland. Ohio, but lot 1. block 33 West Palm D;>arh. I
: packers at present; In a f-w weeks: county and he Is s'ill of the opinion to offer further Interference to h.. win
I1 will\ be with far '
months and live In anticipation of I you good next SepI Warranty deed :Mary and W. B.1 I .
I comes the rush. The packer are All that the profits accruing will. In the and ways and let him enjoy the remaining 'gym
$ next season on the waters of blue Bis- j I tember. as I bare just put seven thousand Brickell to K. J. Frasler for SilO lots i iII. ,
-' i end he than they woulj have of his native lifa lie
those greater days
{ reliable and experience men, : u
dollars In the land next (o Commodore 1% 13 It !,
J carne Bay. and 15. block 31. south ;
Roome's j packing are Messrs. Bob and Arthur been had the early, or winter cro>. sees fit to spend them. sal.
r --- I place near fort Miami. I|I
Gleanon of Ojus. Mr. Green of Miami nut been blighted by the freeze. The -- ;
and have put out a 290 foot wharf; Warranty deed Fort Dallas Land
Arrested on Serious Charge. and Mr. Will Booth of Eau Gal crop will begin moving In a fsw days
built a handsome pagoda and have a Co., to J. H. Tatum for $100 lot 4, THEIR DUTY.
rt Gus Emanuel, .white a baggagemas- I and will continue so for several weeks.
grove of over 150 trees. One month block 18, south Miami. lie.Mr. '
ter on the F. E. C. Ry is under arrest I Philip Powers formerly of Virginia All other late vegetation Is also promising

la this city upon a charge of grand ago; this now land I consider was nothing It one but of a jungle the- Warranty deed Fort Dallas Land 1 I Is assisting! Mr. F. A. Bryan as and the yield of beans peas, Governor Broward's concluding r..

larceny, and was taken to Co. to J. R Tatum for $100 lot 7. express agent. peppers, etc., will be unusually large. marks In his message to the State LaUlature. >
handsomest pieces of land In the Unit '
vile by Deputy Sheriff W. Jackson-I ed. States. block IS, south Miami. I|I Capt. and Mrs. W. R Fulfor.l spent I gave utterance to the** '

who: came down Wednesday "I will return in September and start Warranty deed. Fort Dallas Land Sunday at Buena Vista the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. N Petersen a prominent words:

for him. I building. I will put up a stone buildIng Co. to Bank of Bay BIscayne for $COO ', Miss Ada MerritL couple of Falrmount. Minn. "I trust we are Impressed with the 4

-, According to Mr. Dodge, tha Duval and stone garage for automobile. south 75 feet of Iota 1 and 2. block CS. Hon. G, W. King left Saturday for .ho have been spending some time In high and responsible duties we are ,soil

v county authorities believe they have J i I can see a great future for Miami north, Miami. I Tallahassee where he goes to attendto Miami for the tatter's health, have called upon to discharge and that

i a strong case against Emanuel and I JI and from now on will work for her interest Warranty deed. Guy W. Livingston his duties as Representative from decided to prolong their stay for several your deliberation mill be with single dl

that he has successfully robbed trunks j j no* matter where I am, as I and wife to Ernest Walter Hlsted" for this county. Mrs. King and Graham, days ret as the climate has doneso devotion to the welfare and prosperity.
and grips entrusted to his care of I, I weeks at of the people of this State." x
ra consider it my home. I have named C,500 lands lying in section :3, township Jr.. will spend a couple much to Improve Mrs. Peterson's

many hundred dollars'worth of valu my place Lawtoncllff. I shall build no ; 43 south range 43 east. Palm ,Jupiter before joining Mr. King at Tal condition that It Is desired that she Could more have peen said In on.

other I sanitariums, but have my Patients [I Beach. I lahassee.Mr. ; shall have fully recovered before the short sentence? Hardly. They carry

stop at the Royal Palm and visit them I Ishare" Warranty deed, Yallah L. Ptercs George Baker of Palm Beach I return home I Is made. Like all others, with them the convictions of a conscientious soy
t"f Dodge says have been going on for and Chas. W. Pierce to. Na'han S. Is spending several days here looking Mr. and Mrs. Peterson are delighted mind, and imply all that ;:

some time and a few days ago t news ojnton for $1,000 lots 1 and :::. block I(I after some Jersey cows be has for ,i with the climate of Miami, the pro fug could be expected of a body of lawmakers .,

arrested Lumber Shipments. I: 8, town of Dojnton. j I(I'sale. ;tlvencss of the soil\of Dade county and delving, as they ihoul!. _for l

-- I I I I Mrs. Studstill and daughters have the general thrift and enterprise of its the prosperity and welfare of the 1f.
l Warranty deed, Heirs at law of EIlz-1: i
fessed guilt and Implicated EmanueL A noticeable feature of the frrlght abeth A. Moore, deceased to the L'z- '''returned to their; hone In ti.orgli. '1 people, and there Is a strong probability State. :J;
On this Information, a search war : after a pleasant visit with her son, that will become
consIgned to Nassau the past season bah Fruit and Land Co. for $1. e'c.l: hey property The Governor's trust no doubt. w Q ?II
rant was procured In Jacksonville yesterday and carried over every trip of the sw 1-4 of nw 1.4 and w 12 of sw 141| Mr. Joo Studstill. of this place. 'opners here I not be ,broken and at the end of the I
and a search made of Eman.ue1's { Who's going to "kick" aa:nst the tIresome'session
steamer Miami! has been that I and hj win
e' of lum: of nw 1-4 of section 15, towns hp 53 lung ,
house. There they found jewel ber for building parpas's.' Heretofore' south range 41 east. j JF. E. C. Ry. now? It seers: since the THE INDIAN'S PLEASURE. hive cause anti occasion congratulate ..,

'c ry diamonds, ostrich feathers. burnt very little lumber for Nassau or the, 'I(tourist season Is over "we are not In j i ______ these laDle: 'men upon the manner,,
Warranty deed, Benson S. Snell to
leather goods chatelaine bass, and "
Bahamas has gone via the steamers]i It. No way to get to Miami except > Governor Broward In his recommendations In which they have lived up to their
such other articles tourist would A. L. Chandler far $2.00 lots l and I
as a | 4I j
I of this line the most of It goIng by1' on the night train and when you ga. [; : to the State Legislature says: obligations and duties to the people
hive subdivision! of 1-4 of 1-4 of I
to the value of ne ne ne-
amounting $1.000
Yr .. schooner from Jacksonville and other to attend to any business one la com- j| "I am Informed that Intoxicating and their State.Isn't \.
1.4 of section :: and 1
or more. I :3. cw -4 of nw 1-4 I
to two nights and a day. _
coast points. This change In the mode pelted stay : -
)[r. Dodge further sarI that It Is and route of shipping cannot"be understood i of section :34, township 53 south range which Is quite an expense, besides a'' ....................................................
believed that Emanuel worked with a 41 east.Warranty ,I Inconvenience. "Consistency! ,
I great
unless it Is that the dispatch I ( I
skeleton ker'wllh which' the trunks deed Mary and W. B.
? v with which It Is delivered and the Increased I thou art a jewel" It Better
were. opened and'th re-1O<'ke will return with his prisoner to Jacksonville lot 15 of black C, south Miami looking after business here.
shippers diverting It this way. I
tonight. The warrant for I Warranty deed. Charles L. Wet-el Miss Frohock who has been on a

Emanuel's arrest was made by the F. Yacht Vesta Sailed. and wife to John C. Gifford for $2.400: visit to her brother Mr. Geo. Frohock. E

,F. C. Ry. officials. 5 40.100 acres on ElsaTi'; : Bay In has returned to her home at St. :Marys I .

:k1r ; The steam yacht Vesta owned by I section 2S, township 54 south, range; Ga. Miss Frohock made many friends I to pay: 20 per cent. profit on all /ymnh than to pay 100 per cent r

Died at Little River. Commodore Lawrence of Cleveland, 41 east I I,while here, all of whom were sorry I iij five Say >. and 20 per cent one day? Our plan i io to make a ,

;t- John Zimmerman, aged 72 years, 0.. and which has been In port for several Warranty deed, John Gilford\ to to see her leave. j little: profit on everything; 0 '!'aj-* a week and not

i' died at his residence at Uttta River.,' weeks, got away Wednesday for :, Edith Gifford for $::.0)0, 5 410 arrest I: Lena Fisher, the bright little girl l: : 11.1to make up uu jour s.ile; whit we i

3 Tuesday: at ':::0: a. m., of drop- the North, but owing to the heavy I j I on Biscayne! Bay In s-:<:lIon 23, town- ''of Mr. and Mrs. Fred F.sh-r. of Fort : t'.iJn't make ou your nd..t.bur.
, .
ay, Mr. Zimmerman came to'th t weather outside, anchored at Cape shIp 54 south rang 41 cast I I j Lauderdale, is on a visit to her grandmother j .

county from Ohio several years ago, Florida for ft numeration. After leaving Warranty deed, S. Boynton end wife I :Mrs. Bryan who his been ;, !
ai since which time he has been engaged port the first stop will be at Fer- to Edward O. Clark: for $300:: ast 200 q'Jlte'm. Mrs. Bryan many friends ; .

' In farming at Little River. lie ha: nandlna here Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence feet cf lots 7 and 8 of block 2, townof hope she will soon recover. ,
I .
";t BO family In this State but leaves a will leave the yacht to rls't the Boynton. Preaching every third Sunday at 11

brother. David Zimmerman at Delta Carnegtes at Dungeness. after which I o'clock by Mr. Eubanks pastor of M. .

$ Ohio Undertaker* H. M. King brought. they will go to Asheville. where Mr. Madeira Logs. E. Church at Lemon City. 25c 95c 15C,

= the remainsln to Miami this morning Lawrence endows a college. From I Sunday School every Sunday afternoon I

and prepared them for buriaL The Interment there they will proceed to Norfolk andrejoin About 100 Madeira logs are lyingon at 4:00 o'clock, at the Hall

took place that afternoon at the yacht Mr. Lawrence Is the river'freight docks which were]I

-. M 4:30: o'clock la the city cemetery. much pleased with the climate of this brought up from the keys and which'''I: Mr. H..nry RIppe, a large flour mill THE RACKET STORE

]section which has done much to Improve will be sawn up for use In the anterior I and grain elevator owner and: operator -

Bankruptcy Filed. his health the past few months, of Halcyon Hall. Some of the logs I of Falrmonnt. Minn., who with Handlers of Everything

New York, April S.-Three small and be makes the announcement that will measure two feet or more In
y creditors filed a petition In bankruptcy he win return here again the first of ameter and are of the best quality of several weeks enjoying; the exhlleratIng -

today against the International Mahogany December to remain all season. Capt. that fine wood. The wood will be I climate of the lower East Coast
Co. and John Lord has been Pierce west out u master of the :el for fancy panels and other ornamental of Florida, returned to his home last SON-Prop.,

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hauled out on ways I Personal "Attention jiveS 101' Call. .
ware and is being repainted.. I
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&, TM Br dl..ys fertilisers for .*11 crop Iyne cod. the newest delicacy. Contractor and builder J. R. Scott a. .

1. E LJBimus. Agent. tt Wilson tt Flye'a lib has the contract for the new Hock to' :

I te:: erected for CampeUl and Vcreon!, :
Jlr. and Mrs. F. R. Carway. of SL Mrs. J. H. Strunk and children whoi on Aicnue P. Jlr. Scott is a compoltert Whit you) : :get t for your many) j ha? infortant as the amount }m piy. no matter'

Augustine, are in the city visaing relatives I Imo: lived at West Palm Deach the: builder and will give the owners : how low th: price no trash goes oat of this stor Irs .Iways "value receive!" .
T' .
Second street.WantedJapanese
on I past year arrived in :Miami Friday I a first-class structure. a

ing to join Mr. Strunk whj lalf'1Y1lu. f {
plum or loqnat '
placed in charge; of the ticket oQve, IJttle Hester Dewey, who was pain : ;

eed. \\1Isun" Flye. 417 I of the F. E. C. Ry. at this place. fully injured a few dais ago; by someone I

throwing upon her from Ih3 second NOTIONS. .
Already plans under way for the SomethingFor
Money to loan on Improved property. story wtudow of the public school
,s: of a dozen or more attractive '
building G. S. Amsden Coccauut Grove, or building a piece of wooJ which struck I i
residences In the near future. 11.1' u
D. Price Miami. and cut a deep gash in her head. Is xrx

For Sate.--Near Miami-; five acres: rapidly Improving.Mrs. Fill DF your nnioa)} basket} now with the
Old Boreas has been blowing a galeon

UO grapefruit P. 0.treor Das::C*S.ono 3. Miami.pineapples Fla. 'the bay and out at sea for several J. C. Keller mother of Mrs. : gooJ little things that are- here for very The Home

? days. During the still hours of the John Sewell and the Messrs. Arthur

t, The library at'the Fair -building will morning and night ths- roar of the!I and Lapsley Keller arrived' Friday much less than regular prices instead of
surf can be plainly heard in the cliy.j!
from her home In Orlando itnd will y
E la future on Monday during the and summer Friday of only each be All small craft will possibly wake an extended visit with them at waitia until yon are away in the conn-
in until the weather Is remain
port the formers home corner Thirteenth I
week.J I street and Avenue C. try anJ a spool of Darning Cotton isn't ,From the drapery department the j

If yore want fertOUers. consult f. E.i .
t Bradley fertilisers arr'' the best .anu-*... axrat few Ute old reliable within reachPARASOLS news comes thin: time---tinu-ly news,
Captain James Lowe of Key West
for sale by J. & Lamnaa, Miami
Bradley goods. for notice {
who>>, last summer, bad erected a how the days gr iw longer.

E. S. Frederick who has been engaged The large glass bottomed bout Lady splendid his lot and corner commodious of Avenue residenceon C and House cleaning and spring rime will ,

In surveying it/ Lam propertyon Lou owned at West Palm Beach. Is Ninth street is now having another come to-jrther, and windows need "'
the Atlantic beach near the pas hauled out of the Miami
01: .the ways
house built the
spacious dwelling on
Vnion. finished the work last Satur. Boat Works having some repairs made lot adjoining and facing on Avenue new things to han_ up bt-ftn'rthem,

a day. to her hull. The.Lady Lou came down a v and other things need fre.lieiiing up.

.Sunday and went on the way'yestcr- Out come tile fre..1i. new parasols New ab'o-
Try the latest thin* In dried fish lutelv did Tflk time by the forelock and
day. -we not drape
carry over a single: pariw>l
I Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Sulzner have
dscayti* cod. at Wilson A Tlye'i WS from.la..ll4ea..n. And wonderfully! dainty therI windows
chartered the trim little yacht Whiz made at the rate of two to (,ne at
a e- especially for u.. M that all fI( them
p Collector Woodworth of' thli port Wanted.-10 men In each State to and left last Saturday night for the : feliow some ,.pedal.generally exclusive prettiness regular; prices
travel tack signs and distribute sam
coast going! has gone to Jacksonville where he win anJ circulars of Salary upper ...........................m-s.........I......
week witness In the pies our good Daytona. where they will take train M.N.....N N...b.....N....... SCr
-tbis as a -
appear i5OO month. $:J.00: __ ___ ._ _, ,_ p
United States court in a nuaibir of I $ pr per day and rejoin the boat at Mayport proceeding ---- ----- --- n -"

for expense, Kuhlman Co. tiepL thence to Charleston and! Mr. D. S. Bryan, u sell known and Mr. Rolla
here In the Taylor of
laces origlnatlcs: past one the electricians The auxiliary ketch
')"ear. Atlas building Chicago.Mr. S'I other places on their way North.. They highly respected resident of Miami of the 1E.. C. Hotel system j r j Fhii iala: Captain :Taylor rigged the; yacht property ;

will be away all summer. \\as elected yesterday at TalUhasbf, stationed at Miami: will have h
re of
former resident I I Carnegie Museum, ana
J. C. Creen. a
Wanted.-18. or 20 foot dory-sail by the House of Represeuta.ites as tonight for West Palm Ikacli where which
of Miami nut recently of Daytonan I.l I has been in port for the past
Dr. Rush who recently purchasedthe : janitor of the House this
pWfMreiL Apply, R. M. )Monroe.Cocoanut during ses- he will be engaged for a month or two or three months will
in the for the he says get awayas
city purpos
Orove. handsome automobile of Capt. alert of the ugu>l.lIure. lilx. weeks.
of starting-a loan office. Mr. Green j: Witty Is not only proving one of the 1 soon as ihe bad weather breaks,for
1I Key West and thence! to the south
prominent had a of vegetables at Dtlrayj
ti W. H-: Price. attorney, crop most enthusiastic drivers in the city
? this season which he sold this week')'but one of the fastest A few days CoL J. E. Glenn, the venerable I Messrs. C. H. Bradley agent of the on a guest of curios and specimen
of Mariana Fla. arrived In the city
SaturJay nlht on a visit to his broth 'to excellent advantage.Mr. ago Dr. Rush made a record run to father of our townsman W. E. Glenn, F. E. C. Ry.. and W. IL McDonald from the sea. At Key West the yacht
the time arrived In the city last night to spenda manager of the Western Union Telegraph will be joined by one or two naturalists
cr lawyer Mitchell D. Price. Mr. Cutler and lack, and while
and Mrs. S. Bobo Dean arrived Is not announced It Is ahead of few days here. He will go from hereto Co., respectively will leave next who will make the trip and eon-
Price will be In Miami for about a any
week. In Miami last Friday from Wen Palm previously made by an automobile West Palm Beach for a short sojourn Thursday on the steamer Miami fora Juct the search. The boat will be out ,

Beach and have taken np their reslo over ibis route. before returning to Jacksonville trip and outing to Nassau. three or four months. '

dcnce at the corner of Tenth street} where he is spending his declining
"All pcre-ms wishing: real eftteioe.cs J
and the Boulevard. Mr. Dean comes years In the Soldiers' Home. Among our visitors last-on Friday
.d should write or call upon Realty Tilden J. Russell at one time a justice Mr. A. P. Brenner vice-president #
to Miami to take active management"ot of the Peace at Lemon City but and of the j I I and who will more than likely settle
liortagge Co. West Palm Beach Fla. I manager Anchor Grain Co. t'
and grow old with the
the Miami Printing Company.E. country rMr.
now residing at Key West and who II of Minneapolis Minn., who with. Mrs.
Capt. J. \. Bennett and Mrs. Bennett and Mrs. Thad R.
Livingston of
Elmer was the promlDellt a defendant before the. present term left for New York Wednesdayon ; Brenner baa been In the city several Farm Ridge WIs. ,

$Arrivals yesterday on the steamship Mclrar Law. D.D.S. M.D. of KIsElmmee. of the county court on a charge ol the yacht Granatsa/ Captain and weeks, returned to his home last night were here several Mr. and Mrs. UrIngs'ton

Miami 'from Nassau. Mr.,Do vet arrived Saturday on a visit selling liquor without a license. Is Ic Mrs. Bennett spent the greater portion Mr. and Mrs. Brenner are much lnat-: the first of the days during iR
part and after
wai. prior to his death the private to his wife and her parents. CoL .he city ready to answer to the charg of the season at Miami and by uated with the climate and conditions looking around for site year
secretary of the Hon. Mark Hanna and Mrs. Boyd. Dr. Law is having a .a against him. Mr. Russell is reprc their pleasant-manners became very otherwise of Miami and section to a upon which +.
locate went to Cuba and from
He left, for ClevelendOv' this morn. fine dental practice at Kisslmmee. and tented by Col. G. W. M. Williams.J. popular among those in the fleet of and expect to return here la future the West' Coast of, Florida.
I but for git Ing It up he would locate years. la y
ing. yachts that have been In the harbor. neither section did find t"
i, In Miami as he Is wondrously pleased F. Lafontissee for some time con they climateand
They were accompanied on their voyage conditions they liked
with the city. nected with the blacksmith thop an.i so well
/ Its readers .
The Daily Tf'fropaJtTYH North by a crew of fve.A. The many friends of Mr.- O. D. Sa- hence their decision to return to Ill-,
more real! lire loal nd telegraphic farrier department of J. A. Dann has
win. who was run down awl quite ami and buy a tract of land
The fine yacht Granatsa win sail for. adjacent
sera than any paper In the worM in purchased the shop of B. F. Haven, fc
the North as soon as thj weather Is K. McMullen a former well painfully Injured two weeks ago on and start a grapefruit grove.
Ninth and In the future will
'a rlty as small a Miami. And all for on street
propitious. It will be la command of known resident of Miami but v ho has Avenue D, near Twelfth tree:. by a --
the small, cum of ten. rents a week.Mr. drive nails add *el CapL I. A. Bennett wh3 will be accompanied -j Mr. Lafontissee has been In the busi for the past season been proprietorf j careless! negro hack, driver will be I Casper Hefty who has for several rl

R. W. Parsons, second ,.Ice-preS- by Mrs. Bennett who is a!. ness for 1C years and though still & > the Fort Pierce Hotel has ciosed ,i glad to learn that: he Is improvingand years been foreman of the Palm Beach

ident of the F. E. C. R,.. and In chars ready aboard ready for ths voya'se.f: young man. Is one of the Lest work his Intel and returned herd: Tues will be out ar>'n at an rarly date! News composing: roonrs. and: who has
The Cranatsa will! probably sail In I Icoupany day with his family. Mr. McMullen \ to greet those who have so kin lly contributed !
since the
of the purchasing department of the men at that trade in the State. Installation cf, the Lnotype
road who spends every season at the with the yacht Ad lhe. now holJs a position with Waller to hIs need ditrln; the ne- machine been the machinist operator:

Royal Palm and from which place he I Mr. and Mrs. 1:. P. Hunter of Lancaster .lawkins, and will represent tne Consolidated rsnary confinement. from the injuries of the office, left the city last night for

,directs the affairs of his! office, left A runaway bars attached to a dray 0., who have been ths guests Fruit Company; with headquarters received.A his farm at OJus where he will spend '.

last Sunday for New York where he loaded with furniture created a little of Hon and Mrs. F. \Vbaron.. received at Miami.E. a few days of recreation, after which! '

SwUl reopen his office there for the excitement Saturday by dashing down a wire Monday morning from number of people; In town seeing he will go to Miami to take up the' responsibilities 7v1

summer. :: Avenue D, mattresses chairs tablet their Ohio home that afire had visited! R the Phi Theta Tau posters advcrilS'n: ; of his new position,, u' ...
and beds were promiscuously di.trlb-: O. Painter of Jacksonville Is j the entertainment to be machinist
and totally cestroyed their house and givei Friday operator the Metropolis
and for uteri over: the thoroughfare an lit was In the city this week In the InUre of evening are wondering if the office! : hIs .
Aetna .dynamite snppnes contents the night before. The house ; Japanese During (>;jurn In West I
.r ate by Lomcins ft: SeweU. a Metropolis representative who stop had been locked up daring their absence his Simon Pure fertilizer. Mr. Painter J maidens have anything to Co! with Palm Beach Mr. Hefty has acquired

ped the course of the runaway. The'team I and the fire's origin an.l causeIs Contemplates the erection of a branch the name of the Sorority. They have! I a host of warm friends who regret his

Mrs. J. W. Boyd who: has conducted belonged to a :':r. Schlappy. a mystery. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Factory In Miami and It Is hopci that I a white lot, but the Phi and the Theta departure from here. Mr. Hefty Is aa I

a successful and popular boardinghouse left that night for Lancaster but will his matter will ,take definite shape in and the Tau are not Japanese letters. r expert operator and understands every '3.1

4yt, at %';0. '222, Fourteenth street A. R. Glad win, who has been a close probably return here for another visit the near future. Such an enterprise They are pure Greek, and thy mean detail of the most complicated of an .

all season has moved to Mr. Wells observer of the, new fat since it was u an earlyale.. would mean much for our dry and "Things." Besldfs the Japancsa; I machines the linotype. It was h. ,

residence on1 the other side of the opened reports that there has beena ('Ount'an'l the bin1 ness people here maidens there are other members of 1: who set up the machine at the Newt :

street and the' vacated house has large space washed into the sea by The yachts Carib and Knndl'e. noull, no doubt all in the formation the Sororitwhj dj not erea know office nearly two years ago>>, and last
the recent cast winds and tides. The of a ('ompan'Ith such a man as i Ch Lee.Major I"
bee re-leased by Mr. Crcsiland to Captains Roberts and Ball. respectively \ .o year he set up the machine now being

r Mrs., Gamble, who Is also an expert whale space that. was occupied by the I I commanding and having aboard Painter behind It. used In the Metropolis; office at Miami.

enced housekeeper and who wlll.cona spectators on the day of the upcnlng Lady Walrond Mrs. McCabe, and Mr. -- W. J. hone, of Cocoanut Uls friends h<>re wish him continued ,

tine to operate It on the same high;; March ii. has disappeared and Fri- R. B. Seogar which have been off on To the rpgrot <>f th-ir !lusts of Grove, one of the pioneer c.tlzecs: of Bticcefea la his new home.-Tropical ".

plane as before. days while Le was there a large a cruise the past several days, return friends! In West Palm Df'a<1l. :Mr. and I j I Dade county, was. a visitor In M ami I Sun. '
coanut tree that far inland on that J f. j
ed to port Sunday to take 03 board Mrs. S. Bolo Dean and their little today, and whiln In the city made a

Writing tablets and rtatlosery fort day went dowu. Mr. Tom McCabe a younger son of family left the city last night: for very pkacaat call at thj M..tropols'offlce. Lumber Exportation. f'

;, ale at J. B. Screen's drug tore. LAUNCH- FOR SALE.' Mrs. McCabe. and get supplies and their new home in Miami. For many 1' For a number of years durn: :; :

; -, provisions. This having: been: done years Mr. Dean has been engaged: In the early days of Dade count- Major The export:> of lumber from Miami II ,

The rawl'laU "- Whiz, owned by Strongly built good speed. In thorough the yachts returned the next after the newspaper business In West Palm j Shone was a member of the hard of not a small item among lh> many ."'",'

Captain Norton, and bavirg aboard jvpalr. Length 27 feet beam S noon and will cruise to Key West, Beach and he has witnessed the I county commissioners, and when the I' other Industries of this w-ctioa.:: .Th f

Mrs. Norton and children left Monday r-: feet. New Lorler '7 1.% b.'p. engine where on the BIb, Mr.- Tom McCabe growth of the place from a rev straggling county Brat was located at Juno b-J McCrlmmon Co. have shipped. to Nu

morning for New York via (he Inland with two complete seta of parts. will leave the party and proceed North cottages to a progressive! city was a monthly visitor to that end of IIU: alone during the season about r 't

ronte, going first tcP Palm Beach via Including shafts, wheels, pumps reversing by Mallory Line. After that the party which has taken Its place among the the county. He tells many Interesting quarter of a million feet. Lars gnat

_the canal and thence Into the Indian gears etc.:. also a new lighter will cruise on lbet West Coast until commercial centers of the State. He reminiscences: of his experiences In titles are also shipped up the State i

river. The Whiz has been one of the forty feet long, twelve feet broad-will May 1. when they win leave tha yachtsat still retains his Interest In the Palm I the early days when there wu no rail A car load for Jacksonville and on '.

s most popular of the Royal Palm fishIng carry 1.000 crates tomatoes-with anchors the same place and go North vim Beach News, but goes to Miami to road here and when the voting for St. Augustine will be shipped b) .

; fleet the test season here while and all equipments. Write steamer the crafts returning here and take personal charge of the Metropolis .strength of the great "State of Dade" the same company this week. Icqulrict '1:
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\ 'Captain and Mrs. Norton bare male Ward O. Foster Palm Beach or Robert the Klondike being laid up. for the of wttch the Dean Brothers reBtly was less than one hundred tad the are being made by dealer In New 2
,many friends who trust for their re- T. Kyle Fort Lauderdale where summer while Capt. ChIlL Ball takes ''' became part owners.-Tropical, tax valuation of the entire county was York and other Northern cities for 1

ton again next year. launch and lighter may be .... the Carib North for Mr. Beegar. BIlL only a few >ho._id. tale particular clan aC ha& er. .rr.

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Leggett, Greenville. Did Not Change Their Decision. Better Than Represented. In Florida that with only ordinary cultivation
I OUR LAWMAKERS Manatee. T. Cornwell Braden- one acre of land will yield f' a
town. A little incident. Interesting but unproductive Among the enthusiastic admirersand 40,000 pounds of onions, and that the Agent Barrett Goes to Metropolitan
Marion-Carlos L Slstrunk, Ocala; of results, came up at the supporters of Florida is Mr. H. R. average market price is 4 cents per Street Railway.
E. L. Wartman Cite Radcliff. a recent arrival and settler pound. This would give a gross income -
regular monthly session of the county
ND ASSEMBLING Monroe-C. L Knowles and E:. P. from Portsmouth O., who after yearsof of $1.600 per acre. Beginning Saturday there was a ,
last when
Roberta Key West commissioners Tuesday ]labor freezing in the winter and -- complete change In _the Southern Express 1'
." -Nassau-B. J. Dyal, Dral; W. J. Mr. E. V. Blackman. secretary and melting in the summer, declares that TO PLANT CATALPA. office In this city" every one of
Carleton King Ferry. general manager of the Dade County he has found at last the Ideal spot of -
Citizens the old employees. It Is said, having:
t Florida's Representative Orange-W. H. Jewell, Orlando Fair Association, appeared before the the world, and from this time on he is Vast Project to be Carried Throughby
Hall Ceo. W. Crawford Conway. a Florida Cracker. F. E. C. Ry. Co. resigned their positions to seek other
Seeking Congressional board and solicited that body to rescind ,.
Osceola-J. W. Watson, Klsslmmee In conversation with a Metropolis
C t -- Pasco-John B. Johnson, Dade City. Its action of a previous meeting reporter this morning Mr. Radcliff John R. Brown editor of Arboricnliure. Mr. J. H. Barrett for the past two.

: Polk-A. Williams, Green Pond; in wlthcalllng the appropriation of said that he first learned of the wonderful I returned from Indiana yesterday or three years, agent of-the company }
WHERE FOR THE NEXT SIXTY A. B. Canter Fort Meade $400.00. voted by the old board 01 advantages of the climate and. here goes to. New York to accept a
morning and at went out to
once Bay
DAYS THEY WILL DISCUSS MEN Putnam-John P. Wall Putnam -commssioncrs. for tho support of the soil of Dade county through a sample position In the general office of the
MEASURES-WHO THESE ard and began planting the catalpa Metropolitan Street n,. Co. He win 4.S
AND Hall G. T. Sprague! Crescent City. Fair.pfr. !! copy of the Metropolis mailed him.
DIGNITARIES ARE. Santa Rosa-J. H. Harvell, Bagdad; Blackman made an eloquent ap ,: lie at ouce became Interested, and rees for the Florida East Coast Railway be succeeded by Mr. Lee K. Brown
1l ,j A. JPeaden, Oak Grove. i peat He recited the fact that even i from Its columns got in correspondence Company says the Times.Union. formerly agent of the company at.St.Auustlne .'

Tue'-e: I St.'ohns-H. H. Floyd Armstrong; city, county. Slate and th j National ,i with lion. Fred Morse, and others Mr. Brawn during his absence fromtacksonville and who has been transferred .-
r, At noon Florid StateIXseWature C. J. Dupont Matanzas. I Government make donations to publK' <: of Miami. They told him the completed the egotia to the Miami .office.
i,r convened In biennial) t Sumter-W. C. G. Kilgore Wild- enterprises. He thought? that the com same things the Metropolis had about :Mr. J. IL PeU,.. the efficient pop-. J,, :
I I dons for the purchase of one thousand ular and courteous cashier la the local
:i, session at Tallahassee and from then wood. I mB: 'loners had made a mistake in! Miami and he decided to Immigrate.:; ;w
i until the dose of the next sixty days! Su"'annee-'V. R. Dornian, Live' their actions; recited tire conditions ; Two weeks ao: Mr. RadcllS! and acres of land at Carneys. Ala., for the office for the put several years
'this august body of lawmakers will ,Oak; J. M. Hall, O'Brien. and the benefits received! from the family arrited In Miami. He was then Louisville &: Nashville Railway which goes to Jacksonville, where he 'will" '
l hold forth. Taylor-L. W. Blanton Perry. I' Pair, and impressed the belief that tussling with a severe attack of grip, a now be Ins surveyed and cleared of assume the management of a new fish ,-* .t
The roster of each branch of the: Volnsla-C. U. Smith. Daytona T. they would do what was right and for several days the battle be he remaining pine trees In readinessfor packing! and exporting company.Mr. .
'+ Legislature Is as follows: _- J. Sparkman DeLand. I I I The commissioners listened attent tween the soothing and balmy climatewas planting with catalpa in October. Pettys will be succeeded as
The Senate. Wakulla-Frank W. Duval Crawfordille. i Ivc-ly but adhered to tho opinion of fierce, but climate triumphed and I It will require almost a million treesto cashier here by Mr. Pete Gautier. son"

1 First district-Thomas F. West. Wll I their attorney W. I. Metcnlf, that such today he Is practically! free and well plant this tract which It is expect. of the well known groceryman. who;
E ton Walton-W. A. McCallum, Dorcas. appropriation was illegal, and refused of the disagreeable complaint. "d will produce five million crossties comes from a point on the West Coast
Second district-W. A. Blonnt Pcn- Washington A. Bryan, Chip. to rescind their art Mr. WinfieU "I bate found things just as represented I in ten years. The other employees have either
-;] smcola. ley. however said that he wished to allay to me by the Metropolis and Several other railroad companies secured lucrative positions elsewhereor
Third district-John Neel Westvllle. I the Impression that he opposes the those with whom I corresponded" ire preparing to plant on H large will seek new fields of labor. All
Fourth district-C. L. Wilson Mat Schools of Mystery.See I progress of the county and offered said !lr. Radcliff. "In fact you did scale as soon as lands can be preparedand of the retiring employees of the Miami
riana. lit the members of the old board an.11 l not tell It all. I am delighted bothIn trees procured for planting. ufflce of the Southern Express Co.
y't .. Fifth distrlct-A.!; J. Alford, Carra ( Encyclopedia Britanica.) : the others of the new board woul do the climate and the 8:>11. cd intend Fifty thousand trees have been purchased were decidedly popular and efficient
belle.' I To The Editor likewise, to go In his pocket and makeU to make my future abode here I for planting In Florida this in the discharge. their duties, and
Iu : I tic I have ths! cprropriatlon tnt there .. ., jTiH".. Vo nf th"Tn t. while the public regrets their departure
Sixth district-T. it. Scott Quincy. fcuj vi ** mysteries: > was I taro purchsu! halo ........r. auj t tro already t
c Seventh district-Park M. Trammel thought it best to confine the teaching nothing olcg.. cad Mr. Blackman as I have worked all my life under and are starting to grow. for other fivlUs of conquest theycarry ,I
Lakeland. to a single county. As ell such went as he came-empty handed.Mr. conditions apparently more unfavorable Mr. Brown's article on the Ever with them the best_wishes of all, ; -.
a Eighth district-George P.. Raney. work is instructive this is best, as we Blackman then presented the than any I see confronting me lades; of Florida which he predicts to a ho know them for that success which
Tallahassee. can see on a limited scale precise board with a bill for $200.00( for two here I expect to have no trouble In lie a favored location for these trees crowns steady and faithful effort

Ninth district-W. K. Jackson Inv the effect on society. years advertising the "Homeseek-' making: my living and accumulating.I -hould receive prompt attention from
verness. After twenty years work we find the er." but upon the advice of Mr. W. L have at least a dozen; families In jur citizens DAN lA'S FIRST CAR.

.1k Tenth district-R. N. _Wadsworth. effect as might have been expected Metcalf their attorney, it was voted Portsmouth who desire to come here It has been demonstrated that all -.
x 4laon. Is precisely the same as It was In the Illegal in that the commissioners haveno and settle and who are awaiting my 'he laid of Florida are well adaptedfor Brought Top Prices on the Market si

Eleventh district J. K.. Crane. Tampa Golden Age. That", general prosperity right to contract for public advertising. report. I shall advise them to come, too culture of the catalpa and It Jacksonville y
; no divorces; no vice;' no drunk Thus ended the matter for and within the next few months I expect promises a great field< for investors In '
The Danla Packing House Association .
enness. Domestic peace and a woa- the present this State. -
Twelfth district T. J. Faulkner. to have all of them here and
: Ferry derful advance in education followsas Among other matters coming np settled. They are a good Industrious Mr. Brown will remain one week In seems to be doing a lively bust,
In the shipment
r Thirteenth district-F. H. Hudson, ft result of this boon. to the! young. this morning was the appearing before people and are the kind that build np rscbon yl11e. ness of tomatoes. The
Tlbbals. This Is probably M far as I will ever the board of Mr. W. M. Burdlne a town and section. association loaded for the Coo.t

Fourteenth district-Guy GUlen. go. I have nothing to do with Miami, cha'm. of the school board to explain Such men as Mr. Radcliff are a boonto CAPTAIN JAMES RITTY. solldated Fruit Company on the ZSth.;
Lake City.1lfteenth. but It breaks my heart to tea some what became of certain moneys derived a community, and if more who come of March the first solid car load shipped -, '#
district-1. B, Crews Lake of my best friends In a wrong road from the renting of the auditorium here and prosper would take the pains Original Inventor Cash Register from the East Coast this It"" .
r Batter.i out of which they"see no way. some one having complained to to Interest others in the far distant Returns Heme In a Few Days. The car contained 484 crates' which
Sixteenth district Thos. S. Davis.Fernandina. It would be'uncharitable not to help 'the board that this money was not North and West In this land of sun sold for"$3 for fancy $L75 foe choice k;
them when I can. I have only a few going Into the county funds. shine, wealth and prosperity. It would Captain and Mrs Mmes Rutty who A car was loaded for the ContolHs.tr '
r, week to remain here, but If the pea Mr. Burdlne easily and satisfactorily not be long before the entire countrywould :: own valuable real estate In Miami ed Fruit Company at Danla last Saturday
Seventeenth district-J. R. Nawlan,
ple of Miami wish a school all they I explained that such moneys derived be populated and under tad who spend their winters here, will and another on Monday. Nor t a,
successful i
Live Oat have to do la to hand In their namesat had been devoted to Improving and cultivation. : return to their home In Dayton O. that the vegetable season to opening. t
Eighteenth district-Telfalr Stockton with contribu of the much to times will soon be lively an up and
the Metropolis: office furnishing the auditorium and building : the latter part week.
Jacksonville tons for a hall, and I will initiate with seats, etc, and that the report I the regret of their many friends and down the line. +J
Nineteenth district-L. C. Itassey.Orlando. FROM FERTILE FLORIDA I ,
them and form ft lodge." of moneys so expended had been acquaintances.
Husbands, wives and children oughtan turned In to the commissioners with I II I Captain Rltty, though the fact Is Ferry Company Changes Hands., ,Y-
Y, Twentieth: dlstrlct-C. 1C. Brown to Join as It II essential to domesUS the reports of the school board. Crop prospects in Southern Florida, not very generally known Is the origins -
Oc&la. unity. It takes about two yearsto This was entirely satisfactory, the are excellent.- I Inventor of the cash register, a The Miami Ferry Company which
renty-flnt district N. B. Carter, rehabilitate a drunkard. A rogue commissioners announcing that they Shipments of strawberries from machine which has revolutionized the has done such ft successful: busiaea ,i

Levyrille.Twentysecond: requires six. Children become little have nothing to do with such matters Southern Florida are now heavy. : handling of money to such a great and the past winter between here and
# district-E.: B. Bailey angels In about two weeks. These anyway.Mr. 'sixteen new members have recently successful extent This, however Is the beach on the other side of thsr' _
Montlcello. children are essential as they show Wlnfleld was elected delegateto been admitted to Wanchnla Union. i true, and today Captain Rutty derivesa bay and rwhlch has been owned and. fu
Twenty-third district .Geo. ,U. Lee.Leesbnrg. the elders what can be done and give the National Good Roads Convention Beans have been moving from handsome royalty from the National operated principally by Messrs. Jams ,
ti them heart of grace to keep climbing which meets In Orlando on the Bloomfield In large quantities duringthe Cash Register Company, of Dayton T. DeBerry and R. )I. Smith today'changed ,
t Twenty-fourth district W. Hunt so a little child': always: leads the third Tuesday In June. past week. I 0.. one of the strongest manufacturing hands, Mr. DeBerry retiring
Harris Key WestTwentyfllth school. Other than this the entire morningwas Mr. Lye has recently set out for concerns In the world. from the company and In his place
district-8. D. Clark The school rules are a great deal devoted to routine business such Will Condon five acre pecan groveat The cub register wss conceived by going Mr. H. M. Black of No. U

tf Blonntstown. harder than church rules, but nobodyIs as auditing bills, receiving reports, South Lake Weir. Captain Rutty more than twenty years Broadway New York. Mr. Charlea-
Twenty-ninh district-B. S. Grin, ever expelled. etc. The business of the board was The result of the Dade County Fair ago while making a trip across the H. Garthside. of Miami, also becomes: 4
.; Palfttkft. C. P. L. concluded In the afternoon. will be the planting of large acreagesin ocean. He had occasion on the trip to interested In the company and causing
Twenty-seventh district J. H. Hum orange and grapefruit visit the engine room of the steamer it to be officered as follows for the

phries, Bradentown. APRIL WEATHER. THEY SEEK FLORIDA. Bellvlew la getting to be quite a and while there watching the mechanism ensuing year:. ,
Twenty-eighth district-Frank W. strawberry section. The fruit Is'gener; of the great engine as It drove the Pr ,!.tcr.t-H. M. Black. New York
0 Bams. New"Smyrna. Summary for the Pact 17 Year* Gives Immigrants From Northwest Turn ally disposed of at Ocala I hull through the water his attention Trt.t4l1rer-Cbarlps IL GaribaldiMiami.
Twenty-ninth district-E. E. Canon Information.The Growers have excellent
Interesting, Steps to Land of Flowers. received was directed more minutely to a little
Sanderson.' following data covering a period prices for beans, eggplant, cucumbers machine registering the strokes and Secretary and General ManagerR. -
*Thirtieth district-Frank Adams, of 17 years have been compiled Among the prominent visitors to and garden truck in generalD. revolutions of the stiaft and propeller.It ). Smith Miami.
]aspen. from the weather bureau records and Jacksonville yesterday was Mr. \VT1- G. W. Harrnp. of Manhattan was then that the Idea and thought. The new company win at once set,
Thirty-first district-L. W. Zlm, St which are intended to show the,conditions lard E. Brown the northwestern passenger Kan, editor of the Mercury owns a "Why can't machine be made to regIster about making the new resort more attractive '
,f Augustine.Thirtysecond. that have prevailed during the agent of the East Coast Railway fine grove in Polk county. I and compute money be made"? and In fitting It for the com "
..district H, H. McCreary months of April f for this period In with headquarters In Chicago The ,tomato crop of the State Is The more he thought of the scheme tort and convenience of homo folks-
L& Gainesville. Dade county: says the Times-Union. coming In a close second to the orange the more feasible It became, with the The second story of the pavilion will +
Members of the House-1905.Alachua During these IT years the normal Mr. Brown Is in charge of the Immigration with odds in favor of the tomato. result that a few months later Captain bo glassed In all around and made Into -
-J. A. Roseborough. WInd- temperature has been 7L8. The warmest I office of the East Coast Railway Easterling Bros. the largest growers Rutty put on the market the first cash a restaurant and refreshment resort
ear; 0. :M.. TUlman. Hawthorne. April was in 1893 with an averageof and his success in sending people of cantaloupes In Florida report registering machine ever made.It A new channel will be dredged to the
r Baker-I.. C. Cobb. Olnstee. 74; the coldest April was In 1901 ; this way last fall, to search for that the crop at their farms at MartinIs was a crude and simple affair head of the dock and a pavilion erect.ro .
..' Bradford-E. S. Mathews, Starke; J. with an average of 69. The highest ; homes and to inspect Florida was re- looking well. but It was the beginning of a great In ed there for the benefit of the. excur-Aa ....Jslonlsts.
1. Hill, Lake Butler. temperature was 89, on April 21, 1904, markable. The business was even Colonel W. N. Camp is drainingsome dustry. Improvements were made In Two sets of bath houses..., ,e* .
i Brevard-Claud Olmstead. Fort and the lowest. 39, on April 1, 1891. greater than had been hoped for.and rich lands in the vicinity of Sarasota quick and successive order; a strong one each for men and women .and ;
Pierce. The earliest date on which killing I Mr. Brown states that there is every which will add largely to the company was formed and the machine each containing fifty apartments wfll -
Calhonn-J. D. Plrrong. Wewahltch- frost occurred In the autumn, was I reason to believe that It will be even available trucking land in that sec began to become popular with merchants be built besides which there will be- '
s ka. November 18, and the average date larger another summer and fall. He tion. In all lines and trades. The erected a cistern and other Improvements
Citrus-J. W. Knight Floral City. on which killing frost occurred In the states that there la a disposition on The area planted to celery about rest Is needless to be told; the machine such ss the management win
Clay-W. E. Baker Melrose. autumn was December 29. The avet- the part of the homeseeker of the Sanford Is but about 65 per cent, but of the present day Is the ultimate find necessary to such a place. a
Columbia=-A. P. Julian, Lake City; age date on which killing frost occurred northwest to come to Florida Insteadof the crop bile fair to be far superior outcome of the Idea originating Besides these Improvetneats the v 1i\
K. O. Persons, Fort White. In the spring was February It, other States, and that they are giving and the yield will be equal to that of In the brain of Capt.Rltty more than company will also build a sew ferryboat .
+*;. Dade-Graham King. Ojus. and the latest.date on which killing much attention to the matter of any former year. twenty years ago while crossing! thereat which Is Intended to be 7S feat ,'
- DeSoto-Albert W. GOchrist Punta frost occurred In the spring was April study of Florida's resources and her The lettuce crop going forward now ? pond In one of the then ocean in length 14 feet beam and S feet:: '1
J Cords.Dnvsl. 7. opportunities to offer the homeseeker. to the extent of several carloads a levlathlans.Few. draft She will be driven by tw'... a
-& H. Melton aDd H. HJSackman The average amount of precipitationfor With Mr. Drown was his brother week Is bringing almost unheard of If any people In Miami twenty horse Fairbanks and Morse engines l/

Jacksonville. the month of April was Z.69 inches A. T. Brown, of Buffalo N. T., superintendent prices, very many receiving as high as knew of Captain Kitty's connectionwith and specially adapted for the '
IC8camllla--J0tm C. Avery Jr. Pen- The greatest monthly precipitation of the printing department of IS per crate. the eat register Invention and work contemplated. The contract htti 1 ..
; cola J. T. Fininglm. Bulff Sprague wu U1lDchea, In 1897; and the great the Buffalo Times, one of the leading Frank Barrett of Bellville, Marion its development, and the Metropolis In not yet been awarded- though It ts-".. ."
J'rank11Ia-WU1IaJD J. Oven Apalach est precipitation recorded In my one papers of that State.VANDERBILT. county Is growing melons very 'successfully. thus "breaking the news" does It with more than probable the craft will ... ,
kola. twenty-four hoard was 4.25 inches on He grows a special variety the kindest of feeling and the belief constructed at or Bear Miami 3:
G&4sda-J. Baxter Campbell Qulny the 30th 1903. Apr 1, 1903. had no ARRESTED.And which produce* CO: pound melons of that reward and greatness should be f ---
William L. Taylor BraachvQle. excellent RheuMati'h'
; precipitation. Y quality. espoused and made public. About .
Hamilton-Channeey' B. Wilson During the past seventeen years the Walter Hawkins general manage I .'
Held en Ball for Violating AutoMobile -
BrooUde. average number of clear days were of the Consolidated Fruit Company addressed There are few diseases that Imfllct
Hfflsborough. B. Wens t IS; partly cloudy 11 days and cloudy Speeding Law. the Wanchnla Vegetable SPINAL MENINGITIS. more torture than rheumatism.*'

,?- City; John 8. Taylor Largo. 4-. days. The prevailing winds were Growers Union at its last meeting there Is probably BO disease) for which
- Holmes_D J. Paul, Westrde. f!--n the southeast, and the average New fork April 1.-Alfred Gwynne and advocated a unlToru. ui>-a>daWr. \lmoet an Epidemic In G.nNlII1-t1M such a varied and useless lot of rem*. a4
Jackson-Jas. 1C. Wilson Enc ; hocrtj >Ioclty was 10 J miles, while. Vanderbilt who was arrested for alleged pack.A I Government to Fight It. dies have been suggested. TO iy that .-:;
Jefferson D. Stephens, Marians. 1 the highest velocity- 0 miles per; violation of the automobile Tampa grower estimate that the It can be cured Is, therefore, a hold ,
,leffetwn-J. A. Sledge and W.Glrardean ,hour-was recorded on April I, 19Ot. I speeding lair, was held in $S00 ball for total tomato crop of Florida this sea New York. April 1.Cerebral spinal statement to m.b. hut Chamberlain's, {/
MontiaIlo.l trial when arraigned In the police son will be 2,000,000 crates giving 700.: meningitis baa almost attained the Pain Balm which enjoys an extensive ;
Lafayette-Joe Brown, Mayo. \_Richard Warren a negro who wasarrested ; court today. 000 as the yield of the East Coast and llmenelon of an rpldemi" in Ger ale has met with great success la th* 'i"
Lake: Charles:: S. Noble, Moatclalr; Thursday night by Deputy I Vanderbilt was arrested In Harlem the remainder for the West Coast i many. and according to a Berlin dls- treatment of this disease. One sppU- "
S. P. Strickland., Altooaa. < Sheriff Core charged with robbing: : after a long chase by bicycld police Dade county has never had a greater ; atch many districts show no great cation of Pain Balm will relieve the -
Lee-Frank J. WIlson Buckingham. Charles L Woodward, had his commitment men. promise of a large citrus crop than I mortality! hit government aid has, pain and hundreds of sufferers have
Leon-W. A. Rawls. Tallahassee; trial last Saturday before I this year. Every tree! that has attained ;I 'eon asked to fight It. trsUCed to permanent cure by .Itt.
Join' L. Robinson, Woodvflle4 Judge A. E. Heyser. He was heM In )(latul builders are preparing to _a bearing age Is covered; with i The disease chiefly attacks then aw Why suffer when Pain Balm ,
! Levy-Chas. W. McElroy Judson. tho sum of 1250:! bond for the actionof set busy, and all have more work outtned boon, end the trees are In s most oucg and there have been a few casca forda each quick relief and cost! but v.:
, Liberty Jl C. Herndon, Orange. the next grand Jury. Failing to give this summer than they'can com I thrifty condition.It here the patient has been more than a trifle? For sale by Red Cross Pharac -
Madison-J. E. Blanton.,Lee; C.,L. the bond he was remanded .to Jail, I 4 fortably carry through. I Is claimed of the tk"'I'ula onion I 0 It'an.of. a;... :: > and all medicine dealers

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'I-- '" Underhill A. R. BattonI','
4: I L. E: Jones E. P. Evans A. K. Graham Spec.! Real Estate
.. The Veteran Methodist Minister Will There Is the greatest probability and H. C. BucXnalL Of these Bargains

'T professions I Probably Never Preach Again. that within the next few months or Somers-Snilth! Balfour. Evans and Underhill UNIMPROVED. .

as boon as the new city hall shall han are "olj Blues." while Fairer GROVES

} 1 9 f4' The Rev. Dr. C. A. Fulwood, pastor been completed, If not before, that thf Jones and Ruchnall are freshmen, the '40 acres pin and hammock on 10 acres, 6 year old tree.. 1,000

f se". ,- of the M. E. Church South, of }Miami' Miami fire department will be equipped latter two being from Eton, where I Miami River ........ ....$3,soo.oo trees 800 bearing ........I'IOCXJO)

i; 'Pat"ersn" rwz=.W' is still lying quite 111 at his home on : the most thorough of any depart they Henley rowed last in July.the winning Bucknall eight: at '1'0 acres land ......... ......M50UX a 350 acres* year old trees> house

I stroked i 5 acres land ........ ...... tree* bearlna ... .$3.5OOJICI
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Avenue B, and small hopes are'enteri ment, and will outrank that of any his crew and also the winning trial $600.00< 2acr 2'1ear-old .L.
prey .$ ,OCOOO
FI f WCl praetlc*ID all court SUM ud % raised for his recovery. He is sufferIng city excepting. Jacksonville. Tampa eight at Moulsford last December. I'I 22 acre pine and prairie on broom house, S acre land 300
I railroad ......... .
I yeotel UetlUlMtor xamlnlnsiBd pcrteodac Avoirdupois is a .. ......S40&00 banana
1404 'Title from heart troubles and other disorders and Pensacola In point of efficlenc strong point of the ZOO orange. tree.$2,500.D

t't.<;-' ozz2l7. MUml. PI*. which his advanced ago makes and equippage.This O>onlanl, the average being a fraction
over 168 pounds. IMPROVED
SrAOQS. at. D more complicated.Dr. is the end to which Chief Bar The FARMS
; :
j&- Pt. Cambridge crew are heavyweights oacresroom house servant house, 400 tree

r!':;i:' OBee with Bed Craw PhanMflr.SMldaoee Fulwood is now 77 years of age die and his band of brave fire fighter too, and are composed thus: road, 011 time...........*.......... ........ 150 bearing en rack MWk****i
of are now working and unless the confidence H. Sanger, D. P. Wormald. B. C. John- S acre of St
'f. lark Street and has been a member the Florida pine and hammock, Mt In tree.'plneaVpVea.'eta'fln

.k come *.. C1QAMI. FLORIDA. conference since 1872, entering upon they citizens have is in Itlaml's public them stone W. B. Savory. E. P. W. Webb land, on time ............. ....... .................. ,1OO..Ot., ,'
spjtrltcd betrayed B.
:}t Wlnthrop R. V. Powell and C. tarts, 10 under cultivation.
his duties first Neat bearing trees. 7oom
the Department MUM
1I> QE. J. JACISOH, n., ere many weeks, wtlJbe H. 8. Taylor. Six of the eight are on rock road near R. R... ....... .... ......
This la his sixtieth year In the min equipped with two pair of hone; seniors and the crew average Is about 80 acre land pine and prairie water front lWtf .a.oao.

Hem BlKATNB OFFICE:' BLOCEAv&.D: Istrr.noble and works his life and has his been path filled"with through other one for pair the for chemical the truck.It engine. and an 170 pounds to be, ao assured.that a final tussle appears h....., bargainOuljr ............ ......... ...,... ......M...Mall...tt>:IOOM

,'"... MIAUL PWEWA.ii. all these year Is lined with true is now promised by the city thai -
friends, who hope for. his return to one team of horses shall be bought FIRE= IIxrE 'tR.f
LEoCHAJ' County Court Convened.
out of the fire
health and more years for.him and approprla
DENTIST. his noble work. tlon of the city bonds for the purposeof the best companies ftpre eDtet. Her are some of tbm.

pulling the chemical engine. But The April term of the county court t Livfrpoo'. London A Olob. Insurance Co. of ,
Office Id feral Bolldi.r. m Twelfth Ar
Street. Work in East Coast DistrictRev. this team will not be sufficient as convened last Monday at 10 o'clock. I"u d Orient. New York Underwriter, (llartford) Hanover Oermtn ea. Allison *

4 MIAMI. FLOIBDA. the truck to be of effective service, Judge A. E. Heyser presiding. '

F. Frederick Pasco, presiding el must be gotten to a fire as quickly as Attorney Robert R. Taylor, who sea.v'OfS. IS1. JO pTvr |%
H. der of the East Coast District M. E. the other apparatus. This can only elected: tear to succeed Col J. T. j.

'. .ATTORNEY AT LAW. Church South, has just completed his be done by I he use of horses, and realizing Sanders: as prosecuting attorney w a gi I i Real Estate ..Agenoyv

.*p citt. &t.enaoa gives to conveyancing and first round of appointments. that the city will do Its full present and took charge of the Interests
Kstmiuii'iun Title. His district extends from Palatka share npon the limited means provided of the State. The present term I Is .
notary Public to Urlloe.Offlee .
la ScweU Balldloi. I to Key West, embracing eighteen pastoral for 'lepartmcnt Improvements, the first during Mr. Taylor's incum-.

MIAMI. FLORIDA j charges. .Much of this is missionary it is the Intention of the members to boncy but he proceeded with.a familiarity -,

I territory, but the church is grow proUde another or second team to and detail tbat Indicates a care i
D1 W. 8. GRAJILING, -, ing with the Increase of population, that purchased by the city, andwhich cessful career. ;! Da.lAl.WJ: : : :

and In a few :years will be self-sustain will be used In the truck. The docket was sounded nn-1 the dlf1"fcrcnt 1

ii PHTSICIAK is MIAMI AND TELEPHONE SCIOEOH.OrriCB "B'LIXJ.. I ing. To do this the members have several cases set for n bearing. '" = -..... __ ,--- : .......;: "7 ,_.....
Ltmon City has a new church ball&- schemes in view, but the one seemingthe The Jurors for the term were Vailed'

Hour. from 0 a. m.to 4 p. m. I Img. Delray has a handsome church most feasible and at little cost t and quail!fled as follows: L. N. Snell 1 Is the
rapidly to
going front
the leading
. Mum. .. F... and a new parsonage. At Miami a new will be the giving of a dance or seriesof G. D. Waldron, John C. Abernathy, D. as -
parsonage has recently been purchased. dances, to which a small fee will be \V. Fcnton Jesse Dougherty F. T.: city ill South Florida. Everybody '

'GILLESPIE_ENLOE, Dentist Here are Illustrations of the work charged, the funds realized from the Skinner G. Suggs, N. C. Jones C. C. is going to Miami. Now is the time to

that Is same to be devoted to the '' Floyd, L. B. Safford Galeiand
i OFFICE HODRS: being done. purchase o Ito George A. secure a choice location either for business
rMA.M.tot:00 P M. At Key West there Is a mission the second team of horses. Devoted, 'I' F. C. Belden. -
1 omCZ:la FrlHcU BoU4iD)(. Ibis Uth Itt. I or residence.:
t IL&8IUL"iCK.ItIa&.Dt&f BoulewdMIAMI. the Cohans. This work was begun a* win be the funds, to a cause I In The tallowing is a list of cases on Choice locations in

FLORIDA. many years ago during the pastorate which every citizen and person should the docket: ,. I. the city for sale by : : : : .. : : :
of Dr. Fulwood. who saw the need of feel a keen and enthusiastic interest, State of Florida vs. Hester Wilson,
HV. : these people. A number of the workers it would seem that the firemen have assault and battery. II.

x Somopathiot.: among their own people In Cuba struck upon a popular method, and J. C. Cook, carrying concealed weap FORT DALLAS LAND

....-.. Operas: Boa' -,..net0ldlaIn are converts from the mission In Key one in which there hOUld be no trouble on.J. CO.OO
WeaL whatever in rising a sufficient J. Heard cruelty to animals. L; = =
rsleptumeM. FioawA.Jr' 'The Woman's Home Mission Society amount of means to purchase a teamof Sarah Stephens aggravated assault -

Olilf' So FREDERICK, hare a flourishing day and boarding horses and harness. Emma Whittaker, malicious mis Call on Or ;
school In Key West named the Ruth' This should not require more than chief. ToII.: D. REILLY: T. :E.ISTCiI282: : -'_
CIVIL I Hargrove Seminary, and they are doIng $350.00-three hundred of the amountto Monroe: Dorsey and Mary Curtis, agent, Fort Vice Pres., Fort Dallas
t AND SURVEYOR. a fine work, not only among the the horses and fifty to the harness adultery. Dallas Land Co., Miami. Fla. Land Co., St. Augustine Fla
Meter?Public jar State at Large. Particular I'
/ Att uOoB riven to-8GI- Lag Lars rrac.. Cubans but among the native popula and hangers. H. J. Wright: carrying concealed C
See OYer..OIIOIIIt... Such I .yyyyy yyyyyyyYyyy fyyyY XXXXXCV
an Improvement as this would weapon.

VlAHIt. FLORIDA. tion.The work along the East Coast Is mako the department, already effl. H. 'J. Wright: aggravated assault. I

s.H., KICHK051, in many respects like the pioneer dent effective. A fire departmentmay T. J. Russell selling liquor withouta

work x>f the early days of Methodism be ever so efficient In both individual license. ; 44e7

REAL' ESTATE. In this country, but modern civilization and collective form, but unless Fanny Cnthbert. selling liquor without f

XICNT PERniN7 CRANT jam COM>""J. has done away with the hard- it can. get its apparatus to afire at a license. V

STATE:NOTARY AT PUBLIC LAE4K ships which they endured. the earliest possible, moment It is not Ben Davis, trespass. (6n

JTJTLEK. FLORIDA. This Is Mr. Paeco' second year as I effective. Carl and C. J. Lanther, selling liquorto s Ln-Ic. fvL1lEL. ads

presiding elder, the district havingbeen ,. Everybody in Miami feels a deep in a minor.C. e.

,H. P. BRANNI/SG/ established a little over a year terest in the fire department Prop Robinson petit larceny.

An.ty s,1 c.- ago, and he has shown a fitness'and qty and life is intrusted to Its work L. S. Knight, selling liquor without i&ul 49 J w

capacity for the work which win tendto and on that account a city cannot be license... I
IVM I Attcafiei to MKOHH. leftrtex*:
Da*. Cessty State" greatly Increase its membership too weU off in the line of fire fighting. W. P. Pickens,116eL V474& *

:; We.t IMlm Beach :: Florida and Its influence. --Hi long years of The great assistance that horses Tobelo Carr, petit larceny. .. ihutidIJ: oB a
service In the conference, and the would be In perfecting this efficiency Shad TrImble and Charlie Simmon. -
-- many responsible offices he ha* held can readily be seen for the sooner two of the 19 negro crap-ahooten arrested
11 AVES" T.8A1IDUS, therein shows that his work b appro- the apparatus 1* gotten to a fire, the, a few day ago at Cutler, plead.

ATTORNEY AND elated by the official n the diurch. better chance hare the firemen to, ed guilty to the charge: and were fined s .

COUNSELOR AT LAW. and be numbers hi* friend not by fight and extinguish the flame |S and cost 3a 4. L'ii".J..
'Omi MrrUl a.d.J Iitate law. Afeat fofrtdeUiy the confine of the M. E. Church member Therefore It'i* reasonable to cay The next case taken up was a civil -
L ud Deroatt Oh,EalUaon.M4.umen *, but by every church the State that any efforts the firemen make in one, that of Mrs, McAllister-Beck vs. 2
U WATKW BLO L Leek Dos a Ir b
MIAML '. FLORIDA. where he has labored so long and this direction will meet with ceneralnpport Miami Transfer Co. This ease was e

faithfully. and that inside a few month appealed to the circuit court from a A -

MITCHELL D. PRICE, the department will be so thoroughly decision of the county court at Its I 77V' 4

Surveyor Have finished Work. equipped that the loss by fire In Miami last session and wa reversed for a r&c a "1
4 Attorney at Law and solicitor will be reduced to a minimum. new triaL This case was pending s

in Chancery. Unless Indications belle the fact when the court adjourned at noon.
Drake Produce Co., Miami Jandon Bros., MiamL
CilBe*: Hateheti Bid*. .AMI. FLa there win be something, doing veryshortly i OXFORD vs. CAMBRIDGE. W. H. Price, of Mariana. W. L Met Brown & Moody, Perrine. Tweedell Bros., Cutler la 1,
r in the.building of the proposed calf of West Palm Beach, and GeorgeM..Robblns A. J. Hncker. Little River.
W. C. MAYNARD, extension of the F. E. C. Ry.. from I Great Rowing Event Will Take Place I of Tltnsville, were visit K. E. McDonald & Co., Fulford 1. H. O. Sjostrnm. Hallandale

the.mainland across and via the keys Over Usual Courts Tomorrow. lug lawyer present In court T. 1L Richard*, Boca l tone.Stranahan & Co., Ft. Lauderdale. ,.-
to Key West. >L G. Lyman. Lantana. Boynton it Parker, Boynton.

For some time past reports from the London March 31.-The annual In "
ter-varsity boat
f keys were to the effect that the survey rue between the

t work was about finished, but as Information crews of Ovford and Cambridge takes
JEWELER AND' ;OPTICIAN. covering this venture 1* very place over the usual Putney-Nortlake We want a description of gM 2*

Perfect fitting, ej wearing g1 asses difficult to obtain, but little other than Course on the Thames. There is as : your real estate for sale. FREDK. S. MORSE,

are a great comfort. With our exten- that fact, could be announced and although much Interest in the event as in any i
"-' ire apparatus and large experience It is now known that the survey previous )year and the contest between We want a description of

there is. no We giiesa repair work.Watches Pnoe, Clocks reasonable. .'i work has been completed there U the picked oarsmen of the two your houses for rent. I REAL ESTATEOffices

f" :Jewerly i of still nothing authentic about the pro universities promise to be witnessed
i- year trade asked for. Located on AT- grew of the work though the "OutaldeBoard" by an Immense throng of spectators. We want to show you some I|
:{< .... D between IXth and IStb Stt, which knows If the weather be favorable the /! up stain Cor. A TII. C and U ta 8U
everything and if
': bargains, you want to :
;,. W.h-t C..!raaRnd..1e MAYNARD ODdeIaa"l' usually has it pretty correct itate I crowd will probably be one of record buy anything in our line. Miami. Dade Co. Florda.
that, the work of building I* on the breaking proportions as the two crewsare I i .

.i: verge of commencemf'nLSunday regarded as more evenly match We want to show you our
?-1.'t. afternoon the houseboat this year than for many year past list I AGENT OR LANDS OF- >>
of huusea
't.f and as a consequence are to to it'nt.
-, : known as Number 1, and which hat expected 1 Florida East Coast Co.
been furnish a more interesting contest Railway
accommodating the surveying We sell houses !
$. r-.ur -. -... nc RmuRRCO.utJ party under Engineer! Dusenbury, and Both crews took their final practice on easy Florida Coast Line Canal and Tran ..Co.
.... .._
*e & .ct.u..c..aes.are terms. Let us how i
TI.warm.d rYltnb..trok. tic. I which ended up its work at Key West spin today, several thousand people ., Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co
ipit VMIC*mmA tn
___ _tvfntt oavtaceud with Mr. a ogodly number belonging to the betting
lIlY eo.dn.d Dusenbury and party aboard We sell farms on terms
....... .. toj
-.a tben awtw fraternity, turned out to form I
tout.t-. T1I&H.......PI" was towed into port and on Mondaythe .
'ton ace oopvaieirra quickly .....-. launch Lncile final judgments on the performances! suit. Come and see us.i .
Captain Walter flitlow
e Opposite U. .. Patent OfTIoe, of the i
WHNQTOH. D. c. which has been engaged a* a ten. two crews. We sell or exchange Now is
The everything TimeTo
are der to these crafts and parties, came race which has fallen to Cam I
in the
In towing the party of engineers under bridge for the last three years. Is regarded H,I ,

Mr. Haskell aboard the as an open question this time. | .
Cruiser. President Graham of Oxford has got- '': Real( Estate Linc. : Plant Orange Trees

Both parties were landed at the ten together exceptionally: power '

terminal'dock and there was immedl ful crew which, bar accident will do. and
k Fruit
: &
KILLTHK battle tomorrow Cooley HornerHas
COUCHAI ate activity in stripping them of surplus seated from the bow
E :>> CURE thus: R.V.. Somers-Smith, H. M.
THE LUNGS stores, etc. thus snowing that
Also .Rose Bushes for \Vinter Blooming
work Is at an end. --- I

Dr.ing'NIW } The engineer In' charge! of this Stood The Test 25 Years i And all other ornamental trees and shrubs

work are very reticent and nothing of Please call or write for descriptive catalogue and other
their work or the intention .
of the
Discovery. information. i
company relative to the next step Grove's i
OlSOirnON rMe In the building of this unique, and at
tOefttlA) the came time, great engineering feat .
s I_ Free TrIlL,
could be learned except that the surrey
Yam st 4suk..t Cur for ali work i* over and that the other Tasteless Chill Tonic POMONANURSERIES/
LZS, or xonnr BACS. parties ot engineer will arrive
brain office Nursery Offlee. f
here inside the, next week. No-Core-No-Pay. so cents. Cor. Aye C an(< 12th St.,"up stairs Little River, 1I'Ja.

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WILL BE BUSIER 1 New Canal Commission NEWS OF THE WAR. I I SL What Petersburg Russia April Will C According nced.: !|! MERCHANTS' ASSO- SILVER STAB3EO- AGAIN. +

Washington April 3.-The persoi to peace reports circulated about thf Mexico Is to abolish the silver standard -

Del of the Isthmian Canal Commisilo: Bourse tolay, Russia will cede the |
and Issue its
colnaee! in thJ future
I I. as follow: SL Petersburg, March 31.-f\ewI southern portion of the Island of Sak I upon the geld\ basis, the saaio as the r
EVER Theodore F. Shontz chairman. ..&t n. in the Northern Facile off tat CIATION C CALLS A
from the front Indicates that Field States Great Britain und oth-
Cha. F. Morgan, governor of th- coast of Asia and used by Russia asa >
Marshal Oyania has begun a genuine < r succesdfil: Nations Commenting "

canal zone. advance of ice main army with wingsfar convict settlement, to Japan. upon the "death" of silver In Mexico

e THE SUMMER John F. Wallace chief engineer. extended. It is further said that Russia will MEETING the Nashville American says: ,

Rear Admiral M. T. Eadlcott. Bng agree that Manchuria and Korea re "Alas
Heavy reconnalsanees are being, lice silver The 'CrimeefSevcntythr.e'
t Her General Peter C. Haloes (retirt-dt n:nla permanently outeUe of tb- Russian
made against the Russian center with Is about to be repeatedIn
Col. Os.old M. Ernest. englneerlm I sphere of Influence, and that the -
Mexico: On the ICttflnsL
the object of developing their i>osltlon the Mexican -
corps U. S. A., and Ben M. Herrold !Eastern Chinese railroad will lie turn
mints will be closed to the free
: Miami Will Have commissioners. eJ over to Japan for cession: to China 'To Waive Rules Allow
to Memfce-s of
-2aGs;: Why Orders to Colliers. : coinage sihtT anj the Mexican currency
Secretary Taft also gave out the allotment o :to the international ayndlcate.I .
Port Louis Island of Maurltus will be on a gold basis (m MayI
Unusually Prosperous Sum of salaries allowed by th to Subscribe to Metropolis
March 31.-A report Is current hereto : the gold peso or dollar will becomethe
President with the therefoi : DON'T DESIRE PEACE.
j mer's Business. reasons the effect that the colliers accompanying I Fire Horse Fund. able unit of value. The silver peso
and of the commission.
particularly the Russian squadron commanded .: will be retained In circulation\ exchangeable -
Each commissioner is to f"C8jVf Ruutk Not Seeking Peace Declares
by Admiral Rojestvensky. with the new gold ones at
$1.500 with Minister McCormIck. -
salary traveling expenses
; have been ordered to go to Hong the ratio of two to one. In other words
The chairman of the commission 4i New York. AprilR bert McCor-
Kong by way of the Batavia Islands the present Mexican sliver dollar will\
r to have an additional compensatloiof mick. the newly appo nted American
: and Java. COHEN i cease to have a fluctuating value and W
122.500; chief engineer additional Ambassador to France arrl ed today '
will be
maintained at a value of ffty'cents
$17.500. and the of the from Paris and was surprised at the r
NOW CONTEMPLATEDWHICH governor son. Terrorists Actlvi Again.SL ACIS PROMPTLY in gold. To maintain thj parity

c 10.000 additional. Each department Petersburg, March 31.-There report that there is a deslrj 01 the between the two dollars a reserve exchange

will be allowed to furnish a house or are indications of repeated Terrorist part of Russia to conclude p ace at
fund of not less than 10.000-,-
t the Isthmus and their traveling any cost, and that no such a desire -

6 WHICH WITH DREDGING OPERATIONS : when traveling; on business the precautions of the police another exists In SL p,tera urr;. to the law adopted by Congress

F. E:. C. RY. EXTENSION connected with the commission work tragedy may occur at any moment. He says that there are great hops ,,,UPON PETITION OF SEVERAL for the Philippines, where Mexican.

AND'OTHE" The total salaries allowed the commission This fighting organization I* knownto there that Admiral Rojestvensky will MEMBERS TO CALL SPECIAL
ENTERPRISES ASSURES coins had long; been la use as local ;f
j GOOD TIMES. will reach to $102.500. whll. have on band and the condemned gain a victory over the Japanese fleet,! MEETING TO. DISPOSE OF THIS. currency r

z- those allowed the former commlmtoi All hopes of Russia are now centered I
list thirty persons headed by Grand, MATTER. "This Is a distinct advance for Mexico -
\J went }o 120000. Prof. Wm. IL Burr Duke Alexis and Governor General I ITrepotr. la the fleet and the naval battle expected :
notwithstanding; It Is one of the
'r and William Barclay Parsons civil engineers soon.
1 large silver producing Nations. President -
,' "Every once In a while some one will be appointed members ol Diaz has long had the proposed

Oakes the assertion that this promises the consulting engineers of the boarf Jap Flanking Co'umn.SL Second Atttmpt Failed.St. e
4 The proposition of the Metropolis change In mind, but has delayed Iks +,..
r 'to be an unusually dull summer, both I of canal engineers. Petersburg! March 30.-A tela Petersburg. April 4.-It Is reported |
I to raise adoption until conditions
| by popular subscription th. were favor
Sa business and society. In Miami, but i In a letter to the President, Secre gram from SItkaga Manchuria, tot that another attempt on' they',sum of four hundred dollars with: able. This leaves only one Important

.a a ui&iu.r M taxi utciituickii>... WOo utry lair outlines the necessity fur 2:; :.:;=: "Th; Chlscss report that !'if?: of Co-error: General Trefoil wa .
i teliicb lo purchase uaJ present to w..uerj. Y.-YY6 Y.: :: .. t..Y,
liit Yy Yt. .Y
Just to the contrary and instead of belag new commission and suggests plant a Japanese column which is irobably fulled last n'eht.St I I
Miami the silver
I fire department a team ol standard-China. Persia,
tie dullest It will probably be the for a re-organization and says that i carrying out the flanking movement, _
horses harness and necessary equipage America s nd two or three of
busiest la the history of the city and the question of whether It Is to has been seen 27 miles northeast of Petersburg April 4.-War fits-\ '
for In'pulling the little South American
use the new chem <<: Republics
CIOUDt,." be a sea level or lock canal has not SIplnghal. and 21 miles north of Tie later Sakharoff says there will be no
leal Cre still have the silver but
engine struck a popuUi standard they
This was the statement of a veil yet been settled.Mr. Pass. Snow has fallen heavily here. new mobilization of Russian nrrrs stj: .
I chord, and not a person either owning are hardly worth considering. The ,
known business man this morning; in Taft further suggests the ap present, explaining that 140.009( troopsof I "
a dollars worth of property In Miami free silver question which did so-
conversation .lth a Metropols repre polntment of an advisory board of engineers To Continue the War. the last mobilization have Ltreo: I
( or having the Interest of the much to wreck a great; party Is
;* entative, and In support of his argu* of seven or nine members be SL Petersburg, March .-It Is Understood far the front and that th so will: be I tidy dine
at stake .has dissented to the plan. of the things of yesterday and
.meat advanced among; other things fore the next assembling; of Congress that the Imperial commis followed by a portion of this year's ,
By rule and by.laws the gold standard prevails In every highly tI
14"i the following facts: J which shall report to the Presides slon under the Presidency of Grand : conscription. m Merchant :( I
civilized Nation In the world.
i first, the tcmato crop wm b4 later with recommendations: who shall re Duke f\leholavltch. which has been Association of Miami Is prohibited b;

'than usual In coining. ; 01 the market, port to Congress. considering the question of prosecuting Berlin, April 5.-Peace at an early individual membership and collectively
Won a Name of FamwDeWltt's
thus necessrl'y: : making the *!il- The letter further recommends thai the war has completed the preliminary date Is regarded as probable by the from subscribing to public schemes
I Little Early Risers, the
menu and trade in that line bold out the headquarters of the commlssiot report which favors I con German Embassy at SL Petersburg.The of any kind without dispensation ot '
famous little pills, have been made
'later in the sjrumtr. Other trucking shall be at the Isthmus; that quarter! tlnnatlon of the wat and which ends Associated Press has been In the rule and by the association assembled famous by their certain. yet harmlessand

Is In the same condition, and altogether meetings of the commission be heldat nothing financial or military to pre- formed that as the result of government In body form. The members 01 gentle action the bowels-

; there li a promise of rnnh: 'ac the Isthmus In January April, Jalj vent. dispatches received during the this association are one and aU prop and liter. have upon :
They no equal fer
ate tlrlty In the shipping Lna until summer and October with special meetings at last three days, the opinion Is now city owners m Miami and have great L
biliousness constipation eta They w
It<< well alvinced.: the call of the chairman. Four Can Move Corky. held for the first time since the war business Interests at stake. I
do not Weaken the stomach, gripe, or
Three big dredjes employing a are to constitute a quorum and EL Petersburg.: March 31.-The report began that the Russian Emperor has As bulsness men they realise the _k."
I make you feel sick. Once used always
number of men, will: be at work In the commission shall act under the so is con:3rmed that Maxim Corky, not yet decided for peace though the Importance of an eScIent: and eftectlve preferred. They strengthen Bold by '

w, the bay both night and: day far tn? pervlsion of the secretary of war. who Is near Riga awaiting trial on the Grand Dukes are practically all for fire department and appreciatingthe Biscayne Drug Co.BELGIANS t

next year cr mare while on thj out charge of treason and sedition, will peace. ._ value and Importance of the Me

r aide CapL R. G. Ross, government The Right Name Is DeWIttDeWltt's be allowed to go to Crimea to recuper The Emperor la, therefore said to tropolis' plan by which the Are department WANT MONEY.

k Jetty contractor will be: busy building ate. Owing to the condition of his be standing alone In his feeling and can be Increased In effecUivenesa -

!d ap and completing the training wall health Gorky has been granted permission realizing that his reign will\ be a failure and the risk greatly dimin-
New York April 4.-The Times cat
begun last summer and: which Is an Witch Hazel Salve cools to go to the south of Russia It Russia falls to win in the war |ished Messrs. Burdine & Quarterman, Antwerp ;

+' adjunct to the deep water efforts..This soothes and heals cuts, burns, boils, lIe has had several hemorhages of the with Japan and that his prestige as a j\Antbony-Romlh Co, John Sewell .t respondent In a disatch from

.. work alone will put several hundred 'bruises, piles and all skin diseases lungs Ills trial has been set for June sovereign will be lost at noire and i Bro. E. B. Douglas, W. C. Maynard A says:
The Belgian committee bondholder
'jf dollars a week la circulilton the K. E. ZicLefoose. Adolph. W.Vtu. says: 17. abroad. This is his position, and he I j Eon and the Dade County Furniture I' have ;:
refuse have
to anything to doI
44 most of which will be expended la Mi "My little dAughter had white swellIng cannot bring himself to the oolnt of I Co.. this morning signed the following

ami.v -. so bad that piece after piece of Peace Negotiations Denied. speaking the word that will set peace petition requesting President Cohenof with the props3d arrangement be i .f.
; tween San Domingo and the United
Then there win probably be thee bone worked out of her leg. DeWitt's Paris March 3L Whatever hope- negotiations in motion. I the Merchants' Association to calla
States and will against the
protest s
commencement sof operations on the Witch Hazel Salve cured her. It Is fulness the peace situation may have Much sympathy is expressed for meeting of the body that the members

,< extension of the F. E. C. Ry to Key the .most wonderful healing salve in had several days ago,'is now entirely him but It Is believed that he must might subscribe Individually to plan. '
Belgium demand the payment
West. Miami being the southernmost the world. Beware of counterfeits Changed, and there is every prospect anally yield to his family and the ministers the fund: '
:! their
qf $27,000 monthly according: to
;; cUria the State and having the Ixation. Sold by Biscayne Drug Co. that the war will drag along again. and that not a month will be "We, the undersigned, believing In contract with the Dominican govern

T will naturally be the h-adquar This view is taken by parties Immediately passed without peace. the movement Inaugurated by the Ml ment. and Instructions have been seat. of

ten of and from which operations will INCREASED PAY. concerned and It Is asserted ami Metropolis to purchase by public to the Belgium representatives to protest

: be pursued. The extent,of this work with authority at the Japanese legation General Upheaval Anticipated. i(subscription n team of horses harness against any plan which does not 1

c cannot be_forctnld.bnt: It U evident Of Empoyees Thus Making an Additional and foreign office the ministerat SL Petersburg April Prospects and harness hangers for the chemical provide for this payment

that a very larga: fine of men will Outlay of $8,000,000.New the legation making the following of a general upheaval in the city and fie engine recently purchased by the Of the foreign: indebtedness of Baa

be engaged' and that much money will decisive statement in writing to the country with the advent of spring. Is 1 city of :!Miami and realizing the great Domieo. nearly $27.000.000, or about Yx y

Cnd Its waf into the different: channels York April L-Official notice! Associated Press today and which Increasing rapidly and evidence I I. need of the services of this Machine I half U owed to Belgium.

; of business !n Miami.In have been sent out by the various I may be taken as authoritative: : accumulating; the Radical forces ,and the unknown moment that It maybe

In Miami'proper the building operations companies the United States steel "I tell you explicitly that there is are acting in union etui awaiting a of invaluable service in quench:ngor I It Began Again.

-bus'-uess blacks dwellings, corporation announcing an Increase lethe no peace negotiations or preliminaries signal which it Is believed will be
i stopping a conflagration, hereby I>"nver, April 4.-After a lull of se.- tt'
etc. outside cf those now under way, wages: of the thousands of work : for anticipating peace." ?iven soon after the Russian Easter I request and petition that the president eral hour the rain and snow btan M'

t win eclipse any aa an In umber; men beglrnlng: today. It is estimate EMPEROR: AT TANGIER. to break forth. Jof I the Retail Merchants' Associationcall to fall again along th? eastern maps:

magnitude and cast ever bull hereIn ed that the increase will amount to The Terrorists are showing great ,t
I '
( .
gpeci-il of that Trains
TangIer March 31.-The American a meeting tff&RtlIration -of the mountains are delayed 'f\
a like period. Plans for a number $3,000.000 a year. activity and reports from all parts of / '
{ steamer Hamburg, with Emperor FrUay nlht. Al'rl! 7th at aKjJrnnc interrupted, but no seriousdamage
of such buildings are-now under No details of the Increase have been I the country prove that the workmen S for the of takingsuch ,I
o'clock Is
William aboard, arrived here this purpose ; reported i
preparation ard a rest'Inant more published, but it is understood that) morning. He was awaited at the landing have been formulating! petty demands.hlch action that the members may beallowed I -

have the'r Intention of the laborers, skilled mlU hands and I ,. them I
signified constructing no sooner are :granted I a
: by representatives of the Sultan to subscribe to raid fund for i A Tried and True Friend

homes: and dwellings, thj mechanics, who are receiving moderate diplomatic corps and a great throng of than they make others. r=mplo c,. tho purchase of the above motioned i lOne Minute Cough Cure contains:

work to tegn at no late date wages are the ones who will be frankly admit that it is impossible to for the harmful
people. equipments fire department. not) an atom of any drug andI
These and number of otber bnsl.sesi benefitted by the Increase. rontinue business amt Lave already .
t o:=e
Owing to the heavy sea rising thCmperor's !' Immediately upon eclpt cf the p.'- (It has been curing coughs colds, _
ventures and projects, s'aow that :) shut down th-'!tr cstabl'ihraents! '
titloa! Mr. Cohen laiucj the aid
landIng was delayed to a I fjlloulug troop hooping cough fio long ( ,,}
Miami prom.S',8 to be p lively [lace McCormick Interview Dented. The people generally are becoming ''Ib'lt
has T
great disappointment The usual salutes call: It proven itself to be a tried ;
for the next several months to come. New York April 5.-The Herald's discouraged: and It Is plain ibat the ,
Important Notice. j and true friend to the who
were" exchanged between the, many useIt. .
As to society there Is no reason ,why Paris! correspondent denies the authenticity authorities can't contial their alnriu. I'All I
land batteries and the escorting teasels members of the Miami :!IfercIrInts' Mrs. Gertrude R. Fenncr Marion
It should ba Flaw. The population of of the Interview with Ambassador '
and a French ship In that vlclnlty AF.'oclitlon ore requested to assemble IrJ, says: "Oo'ish'r.g and straining;
Miami has increase and more persons McCormick In which he is ?L Petersburg! April C.-It U now
} at the oCcc of tie Date Con ireakonp'l me that a run down la ;II
will remain at home this summer quoted aj having discussed. the war I,i .dared! that all efforts! for pi-nee have :t
The sea abated so that ths Emperor ty Furniture Co. tomorrow Friday) weight; from US to 9: pounds After''
t' than last, corsrqnently social life will sentiment In Russia. railed, and that for !tIe moment nothITK -
landed and came ashore at 11:4: tisht. at 8 o'clock where a n-eetlrig trying a cumber of remedies to nostall
be greater. The amusement resort It app-ittrs that the Ambassador'sname Is being: done. The sacral) feel. ,
o'clock. will be held in the interest of the One Minute Cough Cure entireI
across the bay will ales:>> tend to materl was used without warrant lug however, is that peace Is rpprccl- I Sold
Miami Ere departmentlaldor I II ly cured me. by Biscayne Drug
enliven the times and U
ally -
promises SL Petersburg, April 1.-The latest ably near. I Cohen Pres. (.0. g.
to be wen and popularly patron- Forget About Your Stomach.If the The Admiralty professes ignorar.cc: .
outbreak among peasants Is In ------- ----- ------ -- -- ----- -- ----
I. your digestion Is bad the vital of the exact whereabouts of Admiral j
ised.Then : Werra, district of LUhania, where
too. It Is reasonably certain organs of your body are not 'fed andnOlrtshef mobs of peasants are marching Rojcstvensky's. feet Tomato Wrappers' :

that the Miami Band will be re organ as they should be. They
: through the country pillaging the estates ,, ,
bed at an early date, In fact, the re- grow weak and invite disease. Kodol Will Raise Another Loan.

lr eragjnlzsttioa is assured. Everybody Dyspepsia Cure digests what :you eat. land owners.and demolishing;' the houses of Toklo April 6.-It is expected.that Don t wait till the tomatoes are jjf

: taiows-liow a band makes things lively cures Indigestion\ ; and all stomach half of the domestic loan will be allotted ripe before orpering your
One proprietor has been shot and 113'j'j
and with it, the amusement resort troubles. You forget you have a stomach the peasants cc'erlag the town wrecked to foreigners; whose bids exceed per.Ve have THE

, and other pleasing features, societyof from the very day you begin taking the whole Issue. At this rate
the Vodka shops became drunk
Miami need bare no fear but what ; It. This Is because It gets a real the treasury Is planning the fifth domestic
and terrorized the inhabitants The Manila
it will find enough to do this inmmer.TM -recuperates and gradually grows; so loan of 100000000. The terms Wrappers
police powerless and the
are troops
.. strong and healthy that It troubles you been of the loan will be similar to those of ....'
have called.
Very Best Remedy for Bowel no more. E. I* Bobcock, Amherst, The telegraph and telephone wires the fourth loan. made and our prices are right. Order now

a. Troubles-No Family Can Afford Minn. says: "1 have taken a great

to be Without many remedies for Indigestion but have with been the ontf'cut'and* worldsevered.all communications. Rioters Must Die. :BUGaES: : : CO': ,

1 regard Chamberlain's Colic Cholera have found nothing equal to Kodol Warsaw. April 6.-All persons participating .

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and Diarrhoea Remedy as one of
: '" Dyspepsia Cure. Kodol digests what Japs Repulse Russians ; in disorders are to te tried u -- ---
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the very best remedies for bowel trou you eat, cures Indigestion, dyspepsia, Tolilo. April Imperial headquarters by martial law. The new rule was "

ilea says Mr. J. W. Hanlon editor sour stomach, belching, heartburn and reporting today says: commenced yesterday when two workmen Always Remember the Fall Name ;

cf the Despatch Ocllla Georgia. "I all stomach troubles. Its preparation I Part of our Kanln force drove out were tried and condemned to :

make this rtatement after baring Is the result of many years of research the enemy and occupied Kuyushu :death.

used the medicine In my family tot Sold by Bls ayne Drug Co. I I Tuesday. The same day the enemy Laxative Zronlo.c Quinine:

several !.ra. I am never without 11.1 with mounted artillery bombarded :our positions, but we repulsed them In j

Ka family can :afford to be Dr. 'Stronse. of Gainesville thinkshe i:CfflncheatuTi.: Simultaneously a large j I II | .ibe evening. Our casualties were

bottle of this remedy In the h:>ue. I can induce Andrew Carnegie tasnpivirt 'farce cf infantry advanced from the 't\\'entY'5eTrt r.un. The enemy's losss Cures a Cold in One Day, Grip inTwov J s

It Is certain to be needed sooner or the Gainesville 's"mh.ary.1fan't I
main rued while two columns dctonr : nnroram. but it is es'lrnatcd at

later:; For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy 1 tell. Maybe he can. Here's hop. 1'''el to corer our flanks They approach more than two hundred lilted ann JAA

tw and all moSicine dealers tug, an>how. |Led to 'ultULa four hundred titters p! i"ounded." 6. ( en Be*. 23c. 't


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