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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 14, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075058
oclc - 31626392
notis - AKR3413
lccn - sn 96027198
System ID: UF00076100:00096
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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R sraosiet MIAMI DADE COUNTY FLORIDA APRIL 14 ISO EIGHT
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f; ,IS THERE MONEY MADE MASS MEETING TO BE CALLEDBy SCHOONER/ LINE TO CARRY t


t IN RAISING TOMATOES? Mayor to Discuss Proposed New City Charter-Bill ICE TO BAHAMA ISLANDS I


Read! and Corrected Council Tuesday Night.The ,
by
(k Dania Grower Sells Eight Acres of fruit on the Vine for -- I from This Port...No Pact cry at Nassau...Schooner Elite ....

I $2,000-Profit of $1,200. specially adjourned meeting of ,' court chamber or auditorium-for the Due Here Now for First Lord. |
.".." rlty council to Tuesday night for the purpose of discussing the bill, revising -
and making it satisfactory to one
t there Is money In growing to- urpose of hearing;! read Miami's proposed An Innovation, or new business with Nassau and from there retailed abovt 9 +
and all of the people.
," .ztoea In Dade county and that Iteasy Carpenter to her lass composed of ; new city charter was a long one Miami as the port of supply Is to be he city and to other places ,
girls and High School New Dumping Ground Purchased.The 4
% the Sorority
make $ .
to ,000
for n person hough productive of but little other put In operation at once between this Nassau has had factory +:
never
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from small patch is proven conclai boys was" a treat The "object"was : I I matter of purchasing the new an Ice 34!
a
i,to alvely by the fact that Mr. J. P. Dltson, Miss Daisy Carpenter aid her business than that of passing upon city/ umplng ground was brought up :port and Nassau N.: P.. the business. ; and In past years its ice supply i4

\-'i oC Danla was In the city yesterdaywith i magnificent control of her featureswas I!he charter, ordering certain changes for/consideration in view of he fact I being none other and nothing more has been received from the north, f;
; a check for 'that amount paid to wonderful. She was put In the I .ad future procedure In connection thjlt the city had already made one 'than the supplying of Nassau and ad much of It going from Jacksonville, .. .

or Mm by Mr. S. 11. Alsobrook. also of most grotesque positions anj even i i with( It.The payment on the same and was In position Joining places with Ice carried thence but realizing the much closer proximity ':,
with the "class" and the audience tit a financially to pay the balance. of !Miami and the.fact that It cast
from eight
for the fruit an .
r; that place charter had been typewritten, from here schooner.
by be made a supply base, have cussed
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sere patch. gale of laughter, gave no sign of life I After some discussion It was decided
and In the main was verbatim of the Several schooners It Is some mr"M'v to take the .
This amount, too was for tho tomatoes Mr. DeGarmo, the violinist, gave that the city clerk and -count i treasurer I reported up
t : as they stand. Mr. Alsobrook bay the audience a pleasant surprise by I Tampa charter though changed and proceed to pay to H. E. Tuttle will be engaged in the business of carrying enterprise of furnishing ice from here. '

jrsthg! the expense of gathering, crating playing a solo and was forced to respond 'framed to effect )Miami instead of o receiver of the estate of Mrs. Julia D. the Ice over the first of these Those who know claim that the new ;

|V\ Ud shipping' them; 'This will cost sev- to an encore by the continued 'I Tampa. It contains fully ten thousand Tuttle, from which the ground was I vessels, the Erne, Captain Albury, having venture will be a money maker sat .$1'I
'Jtera[ hundred dollars, hich added to. applause. purchased, the sum of $533.33. the balance I a success, as not only can the Ice begotten
and and
; words, was clearly distinctly sailed from Tope Town. Abacco.4n1 .
Mrs. Bob at the Meat Market-a of the payment of ISOO.OO con- ( to Nassau from here quicker
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TffA by'Rretn city clerk Hnilrtleiiton. *," IT St._. .. rcir.52.Marshal MN 4totMniv *'' *f for
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I society bride auiug her uiti uuptim6Just d -- -r' rI MtM ; W.M UuAllT fcltaU.e, Ltit 11 CAB
I" readily bj., seen the amount of money suited the audience though the At the conclusion of the reading and I : nanalln.! reported that he Miami Monday, and Is'now looked for. be handled at fir less wastage andgreater IttI.

'; that Is*Involved In this eight, acres pieces that followed .were gems.After revising of the charter. It was decided thad Investigated the report that re- I hourly. The Effle Is a large two mast proflts, and they express woa- ..
the Dwarf Orator of Borneo that the clerk shall ascertain the cost 100 of that did not take the
$f IIf tomatoes. led schooner and will entry tons some one up .i.dcr ;it 1
bide; be-ing
r last what amount of profit Mr. Dlt- the house could hardly be calmed and secure for publication 1.000 copies of the charter in and has found the to be I ,
win main out of the sale Is not down from their laughter to the last or more ,grounds same -
rbicnrn. but It Is figured that he win number. This goodnight with Mr. De- jamphlet form. These copies it Is erroneous. He furnished witnesses In I SCHEDULE ANGEL OFFICERS ELECTED.
intended to distribute freely at every {support of his statement who said,
'!; dear not less than SUOO, .or 150.00 Garmo's violin accompaniment to Miss
."k 'per acre from the crop which was Carpenter's exquisite rendering of the house and home in the city that the That i they pass the grounds dally and I;Steamers Martinique and Miami Exchanged Sons of Confederate Veterans Choose

[Iv;: planted since the freeze.. In January poem made an appropriate closing to people may read and digest the char- ,have not seen substance of any kind I I Runs Yesterday. Leaders for Ensuing Year.
ter as now proposed and framed. buried there since its abandonment. (
Ik*:and which Is now flourishing with anttnnsnany. a delightful evening. At the annual meeting of ClementA.
.large yield of fruit."This The Biscayne Orchestra was handi- After this shall have been done the Further than this nothing of Importance I Beginning with today the change in Evans Camp No. 746, United Tana "
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t. ," said a prominent Danla I capped by the absence of Mr. UoddieBnrdlne. major shall call a mass meeting of the transpired and the meeting the schedule of the steamer of the lof Confederate Veterans, held at the

k ,,trucker this morning "Is not the only I who has been ill, but by selecting i people to assemble at some appropriate -.adjourned until Thursday' night April I P. t O. S. S. Co.. takes effect, the office cf Dr. W. S. Cramllng Monday

T>.large' tomato' farm at Danla and in pieces In which the cornet did place-probably In the circuitMr. 20. -. --- Miami relieving the Martinique on the [night the following officers were elected

:that portion of the county. There are not play .a prominent part they fur -- ,Key West.Havana run, and the Martin- :
nished some lovely music. H. G. Hastings, the well known The tug Alexander Jones of Wil- Commander-W. S. Gramling.
other fine patches and they are taking her trips to Nassau and
jlqne
Ijthrivlng. Shipments are now going seed man of Atlanta who has done mington towing the large dipper with sailings as follows until further'notice First Lieutenant-M. A.' Milan.
with Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Jackson of much in Introducing the culture of Second Lieutenant EL: Halt
forward In large quantities and dredge of P. Sanford Ross, which la to : !
>the advanced prices caused by the Washington, D. C. have arrived and Bermuda onions on the East Coast remove the crushed rock from the ": Adjutant. R. Ralley. e
is now making a trip down the East: :'lIoml-l.-.e here Thursdays and
shortage of the crop there Is no doubt will become permanent residents of I Historian-C. D. Letter.
; Coast in the interest of that vegetableand channel across the bay Is reported to Sundajs at 9:20 a. m. and returning,
t.bat that the priau: of this season In Miami. Mr. Jackson Is a brother of.. Treasurer-W. S. Hill.
.f the end will have been greater than Mrs. A. O. Bliss, and will have chargeof will visit all farming sections have left Savanah Wednesday for this leave Havana Fridays and Mondays Surgeon-J. M. Jackson.R. cur
[they would had the crop been the Interests of Mr. and Mrs. Bllu while en route. He should reach Mf= I port. This should put her here by .t 5 p. m.. arriving at each destination E. Hall was selected to deliver

:1 larger 'and the market more heavily who will build a residence on the ami In a day or two and will extend ,Saturday, or Sunday at the outside. the following day from sailing. the memorial address on th Cocoanut Grove road this summer. his trip to the Homestead section. It was first reported that the dredge MartinIque-Leave Miami every while Miss Maud Coachman was chosen

r would be brought here by the tug Thursday at 2 p. m. and returning sponsor, and Miss Mildred Taylor
McAuley of Savannah I leave ,Nassau Saturday morning. maid of honor of the camp.

; ENTERTAINMENT BATTLE FUGS THE ROSS JETTY .

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if FRIDAY NIGHTThe ARE HOME AGAIN OUTFIT ARRIVES



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>' I Sewell's Shoe Storei
entertainment Friday night REMNANTS AND RELICS OF THE CAME IN LAST NIGHT IN TOW OF I
by:the Phi Theta Tan Sorority girls GREAT BROTHERLY STRIFE THREE TUGS-BARGES WILL BE

(sad Miss Daisy Carpenter was bigIn ;-- SAFE IN TALLAHASSEE- DESCRIPTION USED TO BUILD UP AND COMPLETE .

'class every way. The audience was OF THEM. THE JETTY. i ___._ ._. u _.. ;.
'amaH but composed of the best people ,

;: town and very appreciative. They
fta;
; ere received at the door by the Soro2rity -

girls who looked very lovely in The Confederate battle flags ordered The R. C, Ross jetty bunting outfit
t': their white gowns and their big hats !returned to the State by a joint resolution couzl-iUns of three tugs Admiral I

,,i-J/#swinging from their arms' died with of Congress, approved February Dewey Martha Helen and Bon Accord, LhocsThat SatisfyL1
jfiowers. These blossoms were given and two barges one 30x120 feet, and
r.. button holes to the gentlemen who Talla-hassee the other 27x105 feet arrived in portat

..!received' ; them most gallantly., meat at Washington a descriptionand .:30 Wednesday night tor the purPose 4
; After some Introductory music by history of these !flags as given by of resuming and completing the

Biscayne Orchestra the following the War Department being as follows: Jetty or training ...all. started last +

|l,program,was carried out. with the exception "First-Battle flag of the Second. summer on the outside of the point of t
of Miss Screven's piano solo: Florida Infantry."SecondBattle. land north of Norris Cut

..::s 1. Selection-Blscayne O.<:haltra. flag of "the sixth The outfit making quite an Impos- s
r '2.. "The Polish I Received In PhIl.f. .- the terminal
C ing appearance tied up at
Florida Infantry captured by Private
\;;,f+ delphia"-Miss Daisy Carpen- Otis Smith Company G, Ninety-fifth dock, and this morning the tug Admiral For Men j1ts

ter. Ohio volunteer Infantry, at the battle Dewey in command of Captain
;J. Japanese Dance-Eight Sorority Montcalm Bro 'ard. brother of Goven- 5.
lof Brent* od Hills near !Nashville: .
Girls. Tenn., December It; 18CC. or N. B. Broward returned to Jacksonville rem Hamilton Brown "American", . . . 91.75 Q
-King Robert of SlcUy'-Mlu } though the other Uo tugsw111
"ThIrd-Battle flag of the Eighth
,_ Daisy Carpenter. remain here and assist In the .
;' K. Selection-Biscayne Orchestra Florida Infantry Captured by Sergeant building of the Jetty. : Hamilton Brown "Colt Skin" . $2.50 :;
Thos. Horan. Seventy-second NewYork K
;,.,L''A Lecture en Anatomy"-Miss volunteers Third Excelsior bri Captain A. B. Potter, superintendentof 0 6 .
Calt"
Battle Carpenter to The Phi crafts
the
the work accompanied c
Theta Tans and High School gade. here and will assume command of the Hamilton Brown "Highland . $3.00 i
-f; ,Boys. "Fourth-Battle flag of the Eighth tug Martha Helen In connection with

,'t. (a) '-Mrs. Bob at the Meat Mar- Florida Infantry, captured In the battleof his other duties, and with! Her wilt r

ket"- Sailors Creek, April 6, 1SC5, by leave tonight for Tortugas to tow to :I.: For Ladies ;
K', (b) "Mighty Lak a Rose"-Miss First Sergeant A. A. Clapp CompanyG Key West the dredge Grampus; re- :
!?* Daisy Carpenter. Second Ohio Veteran volunteer cavalry cently purchased by the R. G. Ross Co. .

:i!; $. "The Dwarf Orator From Borneo" First brigade Third cavalry dl- after which the tug will be returned Hamilton Brown "Hamilton" . . eo $1.50 i. '
n. n'-Miss__ _Datav__.. Carpenter vision. General Custer commanding. here and the building operations on .
'.f1; Pbr the Slumber Islands, Ho!"- I -Fifth-Battle flag of the Seventh the Jetty commenced or as soon thereafter ;

:: Miss Daisy Carpenter. Florida Infantry captured in the battleof as the rock for the work begins Hamilton Brown "Watch Us". . .. . $2.00 : "
fthe i first number The Polish I Re- [ Sailors Creek, Virginia April 6, to arrive by rail from South Carolina. *'
_ ftd at Philadelphia" toot tha 1865. by First.Lieutenant A. T. Lam- The outfit was brought south by

(bows It was a take off OB socalledJ fere, Company B, First Connecticut Captain W. T. Lewis the veteran navigator Hamilton Br(.wn "Picnic" " $2.50
J.". :utkmlata"" and*.Miss Carpenter cavalry First brigade. Third cavalry and master" of the famous tug !
'tw I It to perfection.The closing was division General Caster commanding. Three Friends during her filibustering .

particularly good. The Japanese maid.ow' -Sixth-Battle flag of the Eighteenth career. He reports a pleasant and uneventful :
in their graceful dance were anoust Florida passage south u far u Cape
Infantry captured In battle at
: could be desired. Their gay Sailors Creek April 6. 1865. Private Canavaral. when southeast winds an* 'if:

Skimaoas and fine make-up Oiling In Daniel Woods Company K, First Virginia heavy seas were encountered the The above are the test wearing shoes on earth
'ittb the three A
;; the flower trimmed stage made Veteran volunteer cavalry Third combined: efforts of tugs ,
i.a'typical Oriental scene. While they Third being required to pull the tow safely )
brigade. cavalry division Gen
;;were-being served with tea. Miss Lot- oral Custer commanding. through. Cape Lewis returned to for the money. We judge by test of fifteen
..\s' Jfaynard sang a Japanese "Love Jacksonville: last night. years :
,::'Bong. with much sweetness. MissCMaynard's "Seventh-Flag of Apalacblcola

voice Is unusually good and Guards order that they may be displayed be :
{.the audience: followed the courtvhlp ofLboo I Four of the flags are on their original provided. 4: t

Lee with great Interest. staves and In a communication General Foster also recommendsthat '.

'j3diu Carpenter's "Robert of SIcfly" addressed to the Governor by Adjutant the Legislature be apprised of the :t John Sewell and Bro. Miami Fla.t
i fine. She makes n especially im-J I General Foster, a recommendation Is action of the general government in :? :

.rive by her almost utter omission made I[ that a soluble cedar case large returning these flags; to the State, and J

ny, gestures I enough I to accommodate the flaps with that suitable and appropriate acknowl- :!Me 1'31> ':I .
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I be lectUre given by Miss Hattie I[their' staves and with glass front In tdement thereof be made by that body. I ."i I. 7J:.": .. 4 4M. 7. A". ;j-j.u.a.; .Ii'"ij'; ."' #. ." 7..1 :

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WHY ARE THEY HERE? i'the Committee on Indian!'I Affairs and I t' FUND FOR FIRE HORSES.
MIAMI i DADE COUNTY SCHOOL
METROPOLISPublished ,' member of the committees; on Railroads BOARD

-. - The Rartow Courier-Informant a' and Tel rraphs! Privilci's and Pursuant to the call of President -

; Every Friday in the Metropolis ; "paper\ dial for some time past has hada IJ1,tons. and C'inrI' and DralrcseS Cohen, ; of the Miami Merchants' Asso- Met Tuesday and Transacted Much Business of Importance '

Building.ft. "flics' at thi l.aat (Coast irrespecH iiu .r Ilrox'n. of Marion county, I- elation that bou> met Friday n'ght IP -

:4 a latest- -rm.- S. Bolo Dtaa Sa..Tra>s. <.f truth 'or .:h bono
the Miami PriLtlng:; COm iIjJ. out with a statement !iC'credit-1 and member of the committees on I I Company, to discuss the subject I I I
_. ,-d to 'ntatin- of an Or; anuJ Labor Public Land Mining
a repMS ;: of aivhig the rule of the Associationin
--- i I i The Dadcount; board of public of $ :!.00\ rent on the old school building
fnteled at the Postofflce at :Miami. roninmsion house, that the tot .ato I amt Phosphate State Affairs, and order to permit the members to Instruction met Tuesday In the office .
I at Palm Beach and turned over to ,
F'.M.o all second-class matu-r : crop in this sotiioa is poor of un in- ; Poiisiond.KTresentath. I subscribe to tho .Metropolis! fund for ;of the superintendent with the followIng the
superintendent. He also report
!tenor quality and will soon play out. I "e J. W. Watsor, of Os- the purchase of a team of horses for !I ', ,
present: Ell Sims first district; that the
The mcst Southern newspaper pub- I[ present tenant agrees to keep
J The same authority is also credited eola county is chairman of the committee ;
the chemical engine of the Miami Fire
: tuned on the mainland of the United I E. W. J. Parrtsh. second district; W. the premises In good condition white
with the statement that the pineapples on Forestry and member .of
Department. *
M. chairman third
State. ,, Burdlne district he occupies the same, and It was ordered .
and that most, of i he committee Privileges and Elec1 I
arcery poor on There was a good attendance of '
-- and R. E. Hall superintendent and sec i by the board that Mr. I'urIIJa h
11 One .$.00 the crop will be useless. i one, State Institutions, and Rules.o members and )fro G. D. Drossier the retary. }
I I I I'I authorized to look after the matter"and '
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Six months. 1.00 Then follows a quotation that th I Metropolis representative was called : :
The minutes of the last meeting take '
steps he
any may see to to]
Those paying In advance will receive '! West Coast is preferable to the East : PARK TRAMMEL-EXAMPLE. i upon to explain the purposes of the I'i I''I weie read and approved. i expedient. -
for $l.W.eoab both for farming and rrsldingt I ; .
subscription ,
1; a years I proposed fund. An impression teemed
The
'I! I i I superintendent reported having : School warrants from No. 2223 'toy,
and six months' subscription for 7SeenU. land closes with the sentE'nceThe to prevail that the Metropolis expected
yt The honor conferred upon Hon. I I I i visited during the past month the i J2279. Inclusive, aggregating $%'I7o.J1 C4i
p This Is a liberal discount to in i West Coast both for the tourist and the Merchants' Association to subscribe .l'ten'
schools at Allapattah. Cocoa Plum and ,
Park W. Trammel, whereby be beI I i were drawn on April J, to pay teach
', dace strictly advance payment ''trucker.! Pleasure for one profit for : the full but when the '
amount [Cocoanut Grove white and colored, i '
] --- ame president of the Senate at Tallab salaries for March.On \..
hr FRIDAY APRIL 14. 1905. Ithe other. matter was explained that they as that the work, being done in those I .
'
:issee. brings forward the example of I II land motion it was ordered that the
All this being true will the Courier- I business men of the city were only I Is in the main satisfactory.
i t what a oung man Is capable and I (I schools! superintendent be relieved fromiJtMJ
that' fertilizer factory come. I Informant explain why so many of the 'asked to unite with other businessmen !- from of the schools I 1
t Let should inspire other sons of Florida I Reports a majority former rule of the board reqnri! "'
( of that and In- .
former residents quiet : .
Miami needs and will greet any and to endt-a\oTH that must necessarily re- 1 manufacturers property owners, I i In the county showed an unusually to furnish teachers with the questions: Jto
aclhe little place have come to MI-: I
tti *11 new enterprises. uU in the attaining of that gual upon''residents and "ubUcsPlrited citizens I,good attendance for the time of the I Iyiar. be used in the term examine
an.I and the East Coast why they are I
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endorsee proposition,
-- inch are perched success honor and ;they heartily the and orderoil.that. the teachers of thij
..well and why they don't return ,
doing
hear and their action made the
Anybody Lot a deaf man can i, by purpose I ''
: ame. A communication\ from the State carious schools be required to i submit!?
i1 to the West Coast where the in- baa'
t Miami growing and anybody but a Mr. Trammel Is but twenty-nine assured success. I 1 superintendent asking taut the superintendent ''copies of questions to be used In esvlarnbstlor.s
due.,. .' ins (1) are fco much superior I '
discussed ,4oj.
bund. man can see It grow. I years of axe, and one of the youngest I After many plans were : and one member of the :: to the superintendent forhis
to those of the East Coast? An explan- : I'
o members of Florida's law-makers. ..as to the way of subscribing the board the :
His :, I attend Superintendents' Con- approval prior to the time for hold-J l
If' Castro wants to. strike terror to ation of these facts might briiij forth I career as a public official began some ,money, It 'Wo18 finally decided that the ,,\-en lion. to be held In Tallahassee on ;i lag said term examinations f
a complete solution of the question. I, ,
of :Miami
a the heart of the United States let him tears ago when he was elected mayorof : Merchants' Association I the 9th of May was read and It was Warrants were drawn for Incidat.'
am his troops with toy pistol But in rebuttal to the above assertions I agreed to she 200.00:: to the Metropolis i 'alp
S Lake.laml, serving two terms and !:ordered that the evpcnsis of the sujperintendent -
-0-- I listen to the Drake following of:the Drake Produce I IMr.Gas'.on being elected a member of the Legislature fund provided a like amount is I( be paid for attendingsame I The board then adjourned to .meet 1,

4 Those ballplayers who are slow Inretting in 1!>03.:: lie has always been 'I raised outslJo of the membership of and also that of W. SI. Curdlne I on the third Monday In May this date
Co., admits that the tomato crop : '
I; < Into running condition should a worker; true and faithful to duty the association.Now should he think it expedient to attend.In being selected for next meeting'I taj
the East is smaller this
of Coast
have spent the-winter with the Rns- year not and trust He Is an able debater, cool I this trlnps the question right accordance with the Instructionsfrom order to allow the superintendent tol .
than before but he does
ever ,
I
: alas army. I and collected, and above all others home to the property owners There the State superintendent.Mr. attend the State Superintendents !
berate the size and of fruitso .
quality
,
-o' courteous and a gentleman in his man- is no need to further discuss the necessity Parrish reported the collection Convention.FINANCIAL .
slurred at the CourierInformant."There .
I If the Legislature does the business by ners to all. for these horses. The Me-

It should there are enough pressing is no man who can give a con Mr., TrammeU's selection as president thopolls has already devoted considerable I REPORT.
of the 41.
servative estimate pineapplecrop
matters demanding attention to keep of the Senate reveals the worth space to this subject, and anyone I

}F It hay very hour of the session. at this season of the year, said with which he is held by his colleagues I with any judgment at all will see the -
---o-- Mr. Drake "and as for citrus frults.the and shows that they had abiding need. The merchants should not be State of Florida County of Dade Miami 2219 3-1 Asa Richard. Jr8 43.
another West Coast must be admitted as good burden. April 4. 1905. :%:03-1 M. R. Mahaffey... 7 43.t1''
Kaiser Wilhelm has taken faith in his ability to do full credit I asked to carry all the They '
observation and reports that the yellow as the East Coast but In vegetablesand and justice to the omce. I should not be called upon to pay all To Hon. E. C. Dearborn. Clk. Ct. Ct.: :2221! M E. L. Wade 6 4S.. .J

peril is getting several shades pineapples it Is not If so why I the expenses of every necessity not Sir: In compliance with Section 3, ---::-

w -yellower. are so many people over here from II covered by the regular bounds of taxation. Chapter 433%. Laws of Florida We Total..... ...... ... .soa.nr:;:
--a- Polk County, and the neighborhood of WHAT THE SOUTH IS DOING. There are banks livery stables hereby file with you the following I itJ.

-If disinterested friends would grablttttteia Bartow, especially? blacksmith shops hotels factories Itemized financial statement of all '2544 Mar 7 H. F. Scruggs A Co .
Mr. W. R.:; Harney of the firm of school received appropriations No. 15, plumbing ..U
the the moneys
and force ,it to swallow The Nashville American one of machine shops, residents property I ,!'
"peace dose" against its will Russia Chase II Harney, also repudiates the : most reliable and accurate newspapers owners newspapers printers laun- made and warrants Issued for 2541 Mar 7 E. R. Lampp. No. 15 s
statement of the CourierInformantand businesses the month ending the list day of I moving desks S.9S
asight! be much obliged. In the South thus tells of some tries and many other ,
i o- says: I of the rapid strides the South has which should be as willing to subscribe March. A. D., 1905.Recapitulation 2543 Mar 7 Miami Printing Co #.

"The quality of tomatoes on the of County Fund. No 15. printing reports .......- I. a
ChIna may be the "innocent by- I taken in the four years ending Octo- ,to this necessity as are memo I
East Coast this season Is better thanIn Balance In Treasury as per 2547 Mar 7 Mrs N. J. Plckett.
w v rtander" In this Manchnrian fight but ber 31. 1904: bers of the Merchant Al oclatioD.for .

abe has not leaned any money to either the past three years. I have a tab- The prosperous South is neither a And this reason the Metropolis ,I last statement .. .. $142.77 : No. 15, Janitor .. ._.... ... .. :8.'" -

r (If the contestants. ulated estimate of the pineapple crop dream nor 'a legend. It Is 'a reality thinks that U is only a matter of a ,I'Receipts for month as Item'. . .. .. I 2542 Mar 7 Mrs. E. Dahlenburg .::!

.. p.. on the Indian river, which places the substantial tangible stable. The short time before there will be sum. .Ized herein . .. .. .. 1601.78 No. 15. janitor . ...... 20.111.

Arcadia has voted bonds in the sum yield at 120,000 crates, and yon can growth of its cities, the activity of its (dent funds to purchase this team of !Warrants outstanding this:. .. I 2313 Mar 7 R. G. Lee, No. 11. : .

of $30,000 for school water works and quote me as saying that It will reach I: mines and mills and factories the {horses. i .date . . . . .. :24116.4)I II fuel wood ... : I.Ga_ _
100,000 crates. i I of the III and I ---- :'2546 Mar 7 C/M. Craves No 13., :;
street paving. Here's success to our business its railroads prosperity The list is being circulated
west coast neighbor in Its efforts to These statements no one will dis '', of its bajiks and merchants end the the Metropolis experts: to publish a Total. . . .. $23SC1.03:! \ i| transportation of pupils... ....75."$1
credit. They come from men ranking 'Warrants outstanding as 2352: Mar 7 J. :M. Rowley. No 11 ,4.
grow and become a great city. substantial conditions of its agricultural 'complete list of those subscribing. :,:
high in the produce business and who per last report$22051.64:! () ', transportation of pu"n..A
"k --.0 interests attest It. For'years one I I The list now stands: |
West Florida is colonizing Germans know what they are talking about. of the South's complaints and draw 0W., W. DIlI..S 10.00 Total warrants drawn this ':2358 Mar 16 F. W. Miller. No' ',;t:.

and East Florida Japanese It remains Therefore It would be wise for the backs has been the lack of capital to IMiami Printing Company . 10.00 this month as itemized I< 11, transportation of pupils .. U.S

J to see '1I'hlchW get the tbrift Polk County paper to let that whichit properly develop its great natural and 1111 I Merchants' Association . 200.00J. ',': herein . . .. 3490.62: : I 1 2345: Mar 7 Dade Co Fur. Co No. .r

'jt! Jot. though either are hard. to knows nothing about' alone or else latent wealth. That disadvantage; is !I. Tatum & Co). . . .$ 10.00 Cash In hands of Trcas. this 7. Incidentals for school .. 1.11.
confine itself to the truth without date . . . .. 315.n':23iS: Mar 7 Hatchctt-DaCamara If!
beat steadily growing less. Patterson &: Erwin : :. . 10.00C.
-0- shoving so patent its motives and de In the four and a half years ending H. Watson & Co. .. . 10:00'I Co Incidental for school. 11.. 6
has a sire. Total . . . ..".$ %5861.03 2549. Mar 7 W. H. Chaffle A Son .t
The Standard Oil trust paid October 31, 1904, 2,193 national banks Miami Realty Loan ft Trust

4 he of 1100 In a Kentucky Court.TJaere' IMPROVEMENT were established in the United States. Co ... ... .. .. . ... 5.00 ,I Other indebtedness $90000 for MIami Incidentals various schools.: 11 j'
4 nothing halfway about those. CITY SOCIETIES Of these 23 were established in the B. F. Lesset-r & Co---------- 5.00 lot. not due :2553 Mar 7 !I. E. Gruber. Na 11 "lylg.fj

Kentuckian When...they start in to New England States, 3SO in the Eastern McAllister-Beck . .. ... .. 5.00 : Expenditures. incidentals .. ...

{1 nipple' a trust they neverbesltate-to St. Augustine and other Florida States 664 In the Middle Western Jaa. M. Jackson Jr. .. . 6.00 I 2163 3-1 Ada F. Merritt.... 3 06.77 Expenses of Administration.253S i.t.

: employ heroic measures. towns have what are known as "City States 487 in the Western States 101 II. Tuttle... ..... . . .. b.OO 2164 3.1 LeU 8. Dusenbury. 2 80.64 Mar 1 R. E. Hall sal supt. 61.. .

ya i --o- ,Improvement Societies. These societies In the Pacific States, and 547 In the Salem Graham... .". . . 10.00 12165 3-1 Annie L. Berry .... 2 63.7:. 2537 Mar 6 R. E._ Hall, traveling '

}} # Fortunately all the bills that will are composed of women and Southern States. Thus the South was Gus A. :Muller .% . . . 6.00 2166 3-1 Ida Westgard .. :3 43.01 expenses supt. J-..
:555: Mar, 7 Eli Sims
diem
to introduced In the State Legislature they doa great deal of good in the exceeded only by the large and populous E. T. Forssell ..../. . 5.00 2167 ULaura Beldler ..... 3 43.01 per ,la

9 t will not become laws, or even be given way of causing the Improvement of territory. Included in the Middle Gallatt Bros . ... . . 5.00 2168 3-1 Jessie Vlnson . 3 43.01 and mileage member board It.H,.;'
2556 7 E. W. J.
C Kcrious consideration Were they towe yards. the_ care of streets, planting of Western states, and of the whole num.Ler Clarence Cook. . . .. 2.00 .2169 3-1 Mrs. A. C. Thomas. 4 43.01 Parrish perdlem

might feel like uttering "God save trees and in various other wa)s beautifying established the South had nearly Miami Furniture ('.0. . . 5.00 2170 3.1 Bertha Mullikin ... B- 63.7b and mileage' member board.. 15.20 k
2537 Mar 7W. M.
wtl Florida"' cleaning and ornamenting a onefourth.In J. K. Dorn . . .. . 5.00 2171 3-1 Sue Hopkins .. 7 55.78 Burdine per :

a 1900 the individual deposits In J. N. Lummus. .. ..... .. .. 2.00 2172 3-1 Lizzie Kyle .. .. 7 43.01 diem member board .. 1.00 '"
,4 ,It is to be hoped that the ..Legisla town.When women Interest themselves in Southern banks amounted to $375-:: I' I.21733-1 Louise Bryan ... 8 43.01 2554 Mar Tell Raulerson. Coni ;j

tire will not take up its time in passing an enterprise It Is usually a success 000,000 In round numbers. In 1904 REALTY LOAN & GUARANTY CO. 2174 3.1 Mrs. L. G. Olmstead.9 4301: of treasurer I'.H'.-'

bills to'prevent people from lobbying and in none are their efforts more j I they amounted to $63S.OOO.OOO. The' ,2175;, 3.1 Mrs. Goo Lyman 10 43.01 2540 Mar 7 W M Burdine. incV' f

with them. The passage! of such commendable and productive than In Western States had only $372.000.000, The Miami Realty Loan and Guaranty 2176: 3-1 C. V. Waugh . ..11 107.5i dentals-for board and sept.l.I. .

4 'bills (s a .reflection upon the Integrity I the town improvement societies MIami !- I find thp Pacific States only $562,000.- Company, which has recently !%177 3-1 Sophia BausRett .11 53.74: I 1 2.-.50 Mar 7 Miami News, rubber,
'' stamps .. ... .. .. ...... 'I.a;
:and good sense of the s:>lon.. unfortunately has not such an' "JO. The increase In indl Mual de- been Incorporated under the laws of ,21183.1 Lulu Angevino .11 53.76 ,-

.--. a organization but the time Is ripe: forthe 1 1 I posits during the past four years was I the State of Florida will be one of the ':2179 3.1 Grace Lalnhart .11 69.&S -

.9 Five months ago Roosevelt carried formation and banding together of ; 1C per cent for the New England I| most prominent factors In buildingand 21SO :31 Annie abloom .11 S3.76 I ., Total exjwndttures ...J490.iB';

{, 'rbI<<:ago by 110,000 plurality. Three its women into a club for its ad.anceI I States, :31 per cent. for the Eastern !,| Improving to be carried on in (212S( 3.1 Artlne McLaughlin. 48.39 Receipts.CoiinTy 1

days ago a Democrat was elected Mayor ment along the lines mentioned above. States oC per cent for the Pacl c Miami during the next jear. '2182 :3-1 Amy L. Harrls..l1 4TOJ schopi levy . ... ,US$7.n'

or by 25,000 .plurality. This Isa Women as leaders have no superiors. I States 57 per cent for the Western It is the purpose of this, company) to :IS3! 3.1 Katharine Vaulx II 43.01 County school levy from tax redemptions .!i

-change of 1Z5.QW votes in a single They wield an influence with husband I States and 70 per cent for tho Southern ; build fifty cottages of from four to : 21S4 3.1 Alice Sanders.12 53.76 Jlr-
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Poll
'("!ty. brother son and beau. They States. This tells something of '!six rooms each In the western portion 21S 3.1 Mary F Jackson .12 43.01 taxes '...

o I are generally ambitious and enthusiastic the &>ulh's growth of utilized wealth. of the city commonly known as Prout- 2156 8-1 Mrs L A Freeman. .13 43.01 R. E. Hall, sale of lumber, Hy- .',.
I\illc 1'011110 ... . . .
The St. Augustine Record gives out !I in any task undertaken and with The South Is coming on. The grow th and these cottages will be sold ; 2157 3-1 MiasS P Williams 53. 76 loW

I their influence over the male sex are of the cotton manufacturing industryis ![on the "easy payment" plan which will :2188 :3-1: Bernice Strahan .14 43.01 --:-;.

:e.I enabled not only to inspire them with an illustration of Its industrial ad- j place! them within the reach of all. J21S9: 31 W W Hall .. .. .15 134.40 I Total receipts this month 1601.71

those previous years. The Metropolis -,incentives to public benefits but are tance. Within the last four years j There have already been thirty applications :2190! 3-1 Sara Bayne . 15 C9.83 Wu certify that the above .ta .

some time ago made the announcement ',:themselves successful In deeds that Georgia has Increased the number of made for these houses the !12191 3-1 Hattie Carpenter .15 80.64 ment IS true and correct In every pal '

but appreciates the fact that could be accomplished In no other its cotton spindles 59 per cent. From ''plans! for payment being: Ten dol. 1219231 Maude Barren .15 53.76 Hcular W. M. BURDINE. ;

'I the Record has discovered\ the same. manner. 1S90 to 1900 the Increase was 87 rr ,lars per month on tho principal which :2193 31 Ruth Rlckards .15 53.76 Attest: Chm. Co. School

: it Is a much more pleasant reminder (I Such an Organization of women is cent. The story of the growth of rate !!includes rent, and the per cent inter- '2191:! 3.1 Ella Singleton .1:> 44.39 R. E. lull .

than would that had the opposite been 'I needed in Miami. Its women are iu cotton manufacturing industry InNorth !PSt. ,."hlcha'able monthly would '21V. 3-1 Lillian Norton .15 53: .75 f Co. Supt. Pub. Inst .

.true. ,trcFted!. in the city. Its beauty cleanli- and South Carolina rends Ii:\e"ctlon. :1 ring the total l monthly payment up to :196 :.1 Belle O'Neal . .15 53.76; New, and important discovery rat

J o | ness and alxancement.. and there Is :: :The South has about 80'i'ri about $12.50 per month. This amount 2197 3.1 Nellie Brown . .1:> 53.76: I mense water j>owcr, not far from AM.

n :The granting of the street car fran- little doubt but that. the example set : square miles of coal land, or Sb<.''lt : while not exceeding the rental usually ,%ins 3.1 Auallne Austin .-.15 63.76: Park. Fla, opens up to this hi' hi

rhlse last night by the city council to I by others will be patterned here ere \ 40 per cent of the coal area of the barged for this class of cottages will 2193 3-1 Lillian McGahey: .15 &3. 7C I I vorcd. locality possibilities hone

K"B. Tatum and associates means i, whole country. Fifteen r'l1rslIgo the pay for the house In ten years and 2200:! :3-1 Kate Collyer . 13: 53.76 I not drcame.l of perhaps except b

that the city, before many month. i 1mg.p -- i South's coal output was about ZO.Oi'O.- : will revert to those who have the 2201 :3.1! Value Perry . .16 43.01 : one man who, for life years, has fat .
i
.H1 have a first-class car conveyance I, i 0ifi Today it is 70.000,009( tons. T 'nI '.bosses built! ::::02: H:-1 Blanche Burtatshiw IT 43.01 fully and persistently been! aarveylns
DADE COUNTY FARES WELL.In I i
a system to aft parts of the town The n'Bsees annual output has Increased The Miami Realty, Loan an.1 "Guar ::031: Jessie Cnson . .:0 43.01 I and leveling: aniong all the Inland.

promoters have ample capital to successfully the appointment of the committees i 1.200,000 tons In the last fU'Jreara.. aety Company Is Incorporated with a sat" 3.1 Eunice: Worley .21 43.Oi I lakes of Southern Florida. Ths! man'sj

i finance the enterprise andthere of the Senate and House of Representatives I In he years the tonnage of thSotiih- ,1 Irapttal: of $100.010, and owns lots In :::0:; 31 Ellen Palmer Pratt 12:: 53. 7C j I name we are' not at liberty to pat ta"I

Is no doubt but what it win the presiding officers of cra Railway/has grown from 3.H3.000 Miami. The houses will be built by 2206:: 3.1 Mm O I) Sterhens..25:: 41.01 I print but we are safe.In guessing that.l,

prove a paying and successful venture that bbdy have been very liberal with tons to .6,9 090 tons. These Items i the Miami Contracting Co, of whichW. I np other, probably, has more pract -

both for the builders and the clty.'r both Senator F. 3I. Hudson of this taken at random show what th> SouthIs W. Front Is president. The omcers Total . . . .12421,63::: i cal \knowledge of the waters of the 1nS

0 district and Representative King doing. !iof the Realty Company are W. W. Colored I tvrlor of this State than hew '4.

1 That_ snow throughout the North while Senator Brown, of Marlon county .. ''Prout, M. D. Price and W. D. Sturdi- ::*Oi 3-1 J. W .tlcitens 1 53.76 j j This man has, la addition to dlscOfj 1

and West yesterday no doubt made and Representative Watson of Os- A "mysterious lady" is said to be I vant. who are all well known to be '2208:!:! ::-1 Annie Cannon . 1 43.01 1 erlng this power interested capitat1

many, hearts ad and caused. recollections ceola county, who are also prominently : I :dogging the footsteps of J. Plerpont i I citizens who are deeply interested In 2209 3.1 A. l... Duncan . 1 43.01 Isis in the North with a capltalltaitloo 1

to Cv southward to Miami and identified with Dade county's interests Morgan. Are the Cleveland ;all officials | the development of )Miami and who 2210 31 JtHle Green . 1 43.01 uf 100000. And with aa1llc:1eatenery

Florida where the wanflvsnn' shines have been placed on good com sure that Cassle has not escaped will carry out any undertaking which 2211 3-1 Alonzo McRae..1 43.01:: ) to put Into operaUoa' every

* three hundred and sixtfnSre day tot mittees. ? I I they may undertake.i '2212 3-1 J. W. S. Bethun 2 53.76 available means to develop and any ;

, the year, and where the.presence of Senator Hudson is chairman of the -oRoclefeUer's -- 2213 3-1 Ella D Stephens. 2 43.01 I every industry that may offer! p
the snow king Is unknown. The conditions committee on Irrigation, and Is a $100.000 given to for. I i A dally paper has been started In 2211 3-1 Lotta H Stephens. S 43.01 Among' these are the extraction 'at'(

s yesterday are but true reminders member of the committees on City sign missions may not be as good as | Paris which refuses to print scandals '2215 3-1 Sato L. Jackson. 3 43.01 tannic acid, the preparing of palmetto

that people run too great a risk and County Organizations Enrolled irher people's money, but the poor or nasty gossip. Those Paris editors .2216 3-1 Bertha Ely . 3 43.01 and manufacture of paper pulp.*

y4 in returning to their Northern climes I Bills Fisheries, and Forestry. I ulshted heathen will never know '*re always trying to do something 2217 3-1 Frances Bright ,. s 43.01 possibly paper Itselt-DeSoto

q" la March and"April. I Repres Btatre King is chairman at |me! difference. unique 2218 S-l F. A. Hamilton 5 %1.60f News ,,
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F J1 WOOD RESIGNED. I CROP BULLETIN.Corn To Cure a Cold In One Day Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That '" l

-- -- ttt t Contain Mercury.As :
,ii. : Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
Hie Pastorate In the M. E. Church, Planting is General, and Cotton WIIALERI
I refund the if
AU druggists money
Well Under Way.
South in This City. : Sowing
., It falls to cure. E. W. Grova's signature mercury will surely destroy the .

The weekly is on each box. 25c. sense of smell and completely derange s
rho On account of sickness and tdvanc- Washington. April 11.-

of bulletin issued today says: A Guaranteed Cure For Piles. the whole system when entering it
W I age DrfrC. A. Fulwood. pastor crop

-:,,the wan /u. E. Church. South has "The week ending April 10, was generally through the mucous surfaces. Such Everyone who buys a

ff'''.; his pastorate and the vacan. favorable for farming in the New Jury Summoned. articles should never be used excepton
I} resigned

;1''lq'wfll; be filled by appointment by Atlantic and east Gulf States, where County court resumed work Monday prescriptions from reputable phy. Diamond of us Feels a

f L+ the bishop. As yet no action baa been the last part of the week, however, Iclans. as the damage they will dos
10 o'clock. The docket
at
I'f? will only be a short Ume was unseasonably cold. morning ten fold to the good you can possibly ,
but It
: taken
. was sounded and the special venire of that he she has secured
f V OH the vacancy will be filled.fA "A large part of the corn of the : derive from them. Hall's Catarrh or a good

and Jurors that were ordered summoned Cure manufactured by F. J. bargain. tt'e intend that '
Dr. Fulwood. who has been a pastor ,Southern States is being planted Cheney everyone

J. Vt |he Methodist Church for over sixty much is up to good stands. Little 'Saturday 1I'ho..1I1 were called Those the present answering : & Co., Toledo, 0., contains no mercury shall feel that way. Erery'

{1.J'KfI.,, came to Miami the first of last mtton has been planted in Alabama, serve during H. S. G. I and Is taken internally, acting upon gem we sell must be right in ojiah- .
follows Potter
week are as :
; Mlsslssiipl! and Louisiana, but planting the blood and mucous surfaces of the
the
:year.'and was re-appointed for L. Peorry John Goodman, B. T. Luth- In ty, coloj, cut and price. 11 e hare
Is general over the Southern por. rstem. buying Hall's Catarrh Cure
last !
conference
same,charge at the rell. T. E.Savage. 8. A. Belcher J. f.Challte. some nice ones to show you : : : : :
He has been In 'feeble tlon of the eastern districts and in be sure and get the genuine. It is
.December. Cohen A. J. .
Isidor Campbell.L.
while but has Texas, where the germination Is satisfactory taken Internally and made In Toledo,
.',health for Quite a long ,
C. C. Sulzner and Ernest
The outlook for peaches is A. Cooley. Ohio, by F.'j. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
,!ionly: been confined to bis home toiSut.a :
: Hlnkson. There were no cases tried

t\: to month.be slightly His condition Improved was this te- poor States.In the central and middle Gulf I during the forenoon session. bottle.Sold tree.by druggists. 'PrIce, .:>c. per I The Jeweler I :


and it Is thought that with Relieved.
Rheumatic Pains Quickly
,' th 'cares of the church being lifted Cheated Death. Take Hall(> Family Pills for constation. !.

trouble often ends fatally, > .
Kidney
he
from his mind by his resignation
The excruciating pains characteristic I II
5" that, his 111I but by choelng the right medicine, E. '
'j will Improve and .present I sciatica
of rheumatism and are a
i less H. Wolfe of Bear Grove, Iowa, cheated I
will I be NOTICE.
; overcome
quickly relieved by applying Cham
death. He says: "Two years agoI
which causedme berlain's Pain Balm The great pain Contractors and Property Owners
had Undney trouble
, f h Won a Name of Fame.DeWltfs relieving power of the Hutment has Department of the Interior Land Of-
the great pain, suffering and anxiety,
Fy Little Early Risers made but took Ellctrtc Bitters, which effected I been the surprise and delight of thousands flee at GalncRYille, Fla., April 3, 1905. If you don't want to SAVE MONEY

,[famous little pills, have bees a complete cure. I have also found of sufferers. The quick relief Notice Is hereby given that the follow w'e cant help you. If you do.. co-vie to i

j.:famous by their certain yet harmless from pain which It affords I"! alone in; named settler has filed noticeof

," and gentle action have upon the equal bowels for them and of nerve great benefit trouble,In and general keep debility them worth many times Its cost. For sale his Intention to make final proof In The J. A. McDonald Co.AND .

and liver. They AO and all medicine
since, I find by Red Cross Pharmacy support of his claim, and that said
constantly on hand as
YRbIRotrsaens; eonsUpatlA, etc. They dealers.At proof will oe made before John B. BUY YOUR
have equal. All druggists
pi.4o. not weaken the spinach, gripe or they no Rellly. D. 8. Commissioner at Miami
them at 50c.
'i make you feel sick. Cure used al1l'ar''Jo"P" guarantee the rate they are starting: out Fla., on May 12, 1905 visa: WilliamJ. Long Leaf Yellow Pine
,
<<:terred. Tbcg-strergthen. Sold by there will be houses Krome .
Pickcns Convicted. a.great maay new of Homestead, Fla, homestead '

.."Biscayne j Drug Co. erected in Fort Pierce this ycer. ,With 32991: for the s 1-2 of sw 1-4. sw Framing at $16 per M. ;

what have already been completed and 1-4 of so 14. section C, township 57
The time of the county court was
Cot William's Views.
taken up last Tuesday in trying W. the plans now being prepared It It south range 39 east and se T-4 of se Boards same price. We also selll.ime. Brick [4 kinds],

CoL G. W. M. Williams, a practltlon- P. Plckens, colored, for criminal libel evident that before midsummer, there 1-4 of section 1, township 67 south Cement Sash Doors Mouldings and whatever else a

';,',t- er for many years, (some thirty odd), of S.W.Brown the pastor of a Baptist will be twenty new bouses."It-would range 38 east. builder requires at lowest possible figure.
not be surprising If the number reacher lIe names the following witnessesto
And who presided on tha bench for se, Church at Cocoanut Grove. This Is
fifty before the tourist season begins his continuous residence
"'* era! years, was asked this morning a case In which Pickens, the editor of prove

. ; what he though about a criminal court a paper published in Colored Town, next fall.: They will all be needed upon and cultivation of said land vis.: You Know Where We Are -=- 14tb Street Miami Fla

and Fort Pierce will grow and pros- Charles Gossman, of Black Point.
+ ,of Record. used certain language In his paper Coooooooooooooooooooooocoq XXX3OOOOOOOOOOOOO
er accordingly. Fort Pierce News. Fla. ft
,Els reply was In substance: "When some time ago reflecting on Bro..n'scharacter.

,; this matter was agitated some time The Jury returned a verdict L. R. Nixon of Black Point. Fla.

sago I thought It was all right let'shave of guilty Last Hope-Vanished. Fla.William Anderson, of Black Point. F. W. HAHN

J, .3t. but after reviewing the past ,
About Rheumatism. When leading physicians said that D. C. Brown, of Perrlne Fla.
I history of this State and becoming
In W. M. Smlthart. of Pekln. la., had In- W. G. Robinscn. Architect and BuilderWilson
more acquainted with Dade county
There are few diseases that Inflict curable consumption his last hope Register. I
"particular. I can't see why such legls-
< more torture than rheumatism and vanished; but Dr. King's New Discovery thereat .
Aklatlan can be had In Justice to the tax- J PJnow have to my employ one of -i
there Is probably no disease for which for Consumption coughs and colds *
draftsman in the South and am better ; JU
iptiyefs; In Justice to the Judiciary, and 1}f
such a varied and useless lot of remedies kept him out of the grave. Ho says: NOTICE. prepared than ever for furnishing plau %:
a In Justice to the administration of af.fairs -
.. have been suggested. To say thatIt "This great specific completely cured and details tor good buildings, fine cabi. r > <<

:' now. can be cured Is, therefore a bold me. and saved my life. Since then I net work, etc I am now headquarters M
i"The Judiciary from the Justice of Notice la hereby given that the City for turned work scroll sawing and all
statement to make but Chamberlain'sPain have used It for over 10 years, and
;the peace to the circuit Judge seems to Council of the City of Miami will apply work usually don ina FIRST CLASS
Balm which enjoys an extensive consider It a marvelous throat and ?
v:Jne to not merit condemnation, and'a to the Legislature of the State of Florida planing'milL
sale has met with great success In the lung cure." Strictly scientific cure
!*fairer Judge could never be gotten in at the session beginning April 4th Send me your order for doors andjwlndow -
treatment of this disease. One application for coughs, sore throats or colds; sure
fthls county than be who holds the 1905. for the passage of a special Act
of Pain Balm will relieve the preventive of pneumonia. Guaranteed, frames ballusters brackets etc]
f Males In our county court. granting a Charter to the City of Ml
pain, and hundreds of sufferers have 50e and $1.00 bottles at all drag stores. and convinced; MIAMI. FLA
amL Said Act to contain provisions
testified to permanent cures by Its Trial bottles free. .
,The' Very Best Remedy for Bowel creating and establishing the Municipality
use. Why suffer when Pain Balm affords
.&' Troubles-No Family Can Afford of the City of Miami; providingfor
... such quick relief and costs buta Messrs. Henry M. Flagler George
to be Without It the election of officers, sad prescribing -
trifle? For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy ; F. lilies, J. C. Salter and Dr. A. Anderson &
1 regard Chamberlain's Colic, Choi3r their powers and duties; prescribing Flye
and all medicine dealers. left Corbett's dock thIs' morn- ,
|| 'era and Diarrhoea Remedy as one of and limiting the powers of
Ing in the Florida East Coast CanalCompany'
Mr4.the very best remedies for bowel trou.bles the City Council; granting right to Impose niaLsasis
Jokes of Juveniles.A launch for the scene of
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'i-::. ," says Mr. J. W. Hanlon. editor penalties for ofiVnses against the V
dredging operations, where they will '
+ of the Despatch. OcUIa. Georgia. *1 school teacher of prominence In spend the greater portion of the day City Ordinances; trescriblng: methodsfor Staple Groceries FrultsTOBACCOS

make this statement after having the assessment end collection of ,
Miami tells the following story Inspecting the work In progress.-8t
used the 1JIedlcine' In my family for *
foi Municipal
revenue; providing a
apropos of the modern methods of In Augustine Record.
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'j several I am never without It.y. .
years. struction the school: Court: granting tbo right to issue

No family can afford to be without a Tommy Brown came home one afternoon I Forget About Your Stomach. City Bonds In excess of 5 per crnt. of
; 'bottle of this remedy In the house
: the valuation of real and pU"'Jnalproperty
and eagerly asked his mother: It your digestion: is bad the vital :
It Is certain to be needed sooner ort
")la. what does gozinter mean?" I organs of your body are not fed and within the City limits limits; Avenue D and 14th St. MIAMI, FLA. ,
later. For sale by Bed Cross Pharmacy r
"What's that!" was the reply- nourished as they should be. They providing" for the election ol Bond 4A1t4'.....e t

,.,.. and all medicine dealers. Tommy repeated the question adding '( grow weak and Invite disease. Kodol! Trustees, and prescribing their powers

: "Teacher says that lots of times I Dyspepsia: Cure digests what yon eat. and duties. .
",. "Young Frank Snowden was sexy seriously By order of the City Council of the
every dsy. cures Indigestion and all stomach ,
hart several days ago at Dun- I
l' "How does she say Itr asked the troubles. You forget you have a stomach City of Miami.
nellon. He was out fishing and had : WeWant
mother, hunting for a clue. from the very day you begin taking M. R. KELLUM veryGrower
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stick of dynamite In his hands with -
'Two gozinter six,' 'three goxlnter It. This !is because It gets a rest City Clerk.
fe; which he Intended to dynamite the
'. nine' promptly answered Tommy. -recuperates and gradually grows so -
fish. While holding It the stick exploded -
(t' and Frank was seriously hurt The clue was found. Tommy now Strong and healthy that It troubles yon NOTICE. j IN THE STATE TO HAVE OURf BOOKS.

knows that in English "gozinter"means no more. E. L. Bobcock, Amherst
.His brother. Mr. Charles Sowden. \
"goes Into." Minn. gays: "I have taken a great ,
v.t 'of Louisville, Kjr was telegraphed In Court of County Judge State of Florida Vegetable*.**-A complete manual of Florid crop
remedies for indigestion ,but
:for and Is ,expected today. It' Is many Florida Dade County Florida Orargea."-Of special Interest to orange grower '
Chamberlain's : Cough Remedy the Best have found nothing equal to KodolDyspepsia
\ feared that the young fellow Is so' In re Estate of Charles B. Crockett. Jr. "Florida, Strawberries. Booklet on "Soil Varieties, C<lvadoa aa4
and Most Popular. Cure.Kodol digests what i ?
.badly hurt that It will be Impossible I To all Creditors, Legatees, Distribu Fertilization" 1
"Mothers for children wjjt, cures indigestion, dyspepsia,
it ,
buy you
| for him to recover, although the best croupy I tees and all persons having claimsor Irish Potatoes."-A Booklet on "Sofl. Seed Planting and Caluratloa: ; XStet
railroad men buy It for severe coughsand Sour stomach belching, heartburn and
,if Is hoped for.-Ocala Banner. I demands against said estate: of FertlliKrs, Digging and Shipping.
f' elderly people buy It for la all stomach troubles. Its preparationis
f'r You and each of you are hereby notified Pineapple VertlllzinK.-Of special Interest to pineapple growers
grippe," say Moore Bros., Eldon Iowa. the result of many years of research
fl'zr' The Right Name Is DeWltt.__ and required to present any Ideal Fertlilicn.--Book bowing all our different brands analrw. prteM
"We sell more of of Chamberlain'sCough Sold by: Biscayne Drug Co.
claims and demands which you or eta
LDeWltt' Remedy than any other kind.
Witch Haiel Salve cools either of you may have against the New and Revised Editions of the above Just published sent tree for the uric.
A Tried and True Friend.
It seems to have taken the lead over
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heals estate of Charles B. Crockett. Jr. deceased
'soothes and cuts bums, boils, One Minute Cough Cure contain I
several other good brands.There Is '

(\1; (bruises, piles and all skin diseases. no question but this medicine is the not an atom of any harmful'dr ug'andIt late of Dade county, Florida, WILSON &: mm, FERTILIZER COMPANY

_; K.; E. Zlckefoose, Adolph IV.Va, saysMy : best that can be procured for coughs has been curing coughs, colds, to the undersigned administratrix of '
..r '- little daughter had white swellIng said estate within two years from the JACK NVILLE, Fla.
and whooping cough so long .
and colds, whether it be a child or an croup
so bad that piece after piece of that it has Itself to be a tried date hereof
adult that is afflicted It always cures proven
,bone worked out of her leg. DeWitt' who Dated March 16, A. D. 1905. Chase <& Hana.QTr: ._. Agents..
and cures quickly. Sold by Red Cross and true friend to the many use -
Witch Hazel Salve cured her. It 11f" Agnes MacG. Crockett. Miami. T1aw t:
It. Mrs. Gertrude E. Fenner. Marion.
Pharmacy and all medicine dealers.
BROWN & MOODY
9-ln Administratrix. STOCKTON & BRADFORD
e most wonderful healing salve In .
Ind, says: "Coughing and strainingso Cutler
:tie' Little River.
world. Beware of counterfeits.Sold
rundown In
weakened that
Veterans, Attention.In me a
by Biscayne Drug Co. weight from lei to 92 pounds. After NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX.
view of the approaching Confederate -
>ia:' trying a number of remedies to no Miami Bottling WorksWALL
Memorial Day celebration on
New Southern TunneL
:4 Ry.
avail One Minute Cough Cure entirely
the 26th Inst It Is more than Important AQ persona concerned will take Do-I

KnoxvlHe. April U.-President that there should be a full attend- cured me." Sold by Biscayne Drug tice that six months after date I & DICKINSON. Props. ;

today awarded the contract ance of the members, of Tlge Anderson Co. present my final accounts and vouchers ,
; Spencer ; lltb MreetXear R. R., M lam'. Fig .
Camp, U. C. V at the office of the as executrix of the estate of John
for the Southern Railway tunnel The Chicago! Construction News tAll
J. late of Dade County deceased 1
Hayden
through Lookout Monnaln near Catt&aoop adjutant Saturday morning April 8th says that 11,500 building permits for of tai VanoUctorrr of ,/
at 10 o'clock to take the celebration to the County Judge
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on the southern extension of the up structures aggregating a total cost

road to the Stevenson Co. of A****" &. of the same. By order of R. C of t55.000.000. were Issued In eight! of county as executrix and pray of said for my estate.FLORENCE final discharge Knds of

The price Is not stated,'but Is supposed May. commander. the principal cities of the country P. HADEN x

to be between twu zzl: three mfl- G. W. M. Williams, during March and that the countryIs Soft Drinks't'f t "
Executrix Eatat of J. J. Uaden Dc-I is {
-y' Bon dollars. Work .will begin Immediately. AdjutantA enjoying the greatest activity In seated

't that line It baa ever known. The report January IS. MOC. 1-1 Mm I Frosspt Attndoa U An Oners. Out- fTcvaDYSPEPSIA Orden Botldt.4.

Daredevil RIde don't say what the eight cities 4

"' Frightful Suffering Relieved. Often ends In a sad accident To heal are, therefore we have. much right

r Suffering frightfully rrom the vlrn- accidental Injuries, use Bucklen's Arnica as any other place to presume that CUREDIGESTS
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**teat poisons of undigested food, C. 0. salve. "A deep wound In my foot Miami U one of them.

Grayson. ef Lola, Miss., took Dr. from an accident.'' writes Theodore KodAsk WHAT YOU EAT

,"" qngs New LIfe PUts -with the re- Schuele, of Columbus. O. "caused me Has Stood the Test 25 Years. 0"n.. 00A--s 't *24em..thlei..ikM..ck.10aa!

,snit he writes, "that I was cured.* AH great pain. Physicians were helpless, I The old, original Grove's Tasteless ,...,..... e.y': A. TM. .............. p

stomach and bowel disorders give way but Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly Chill Tonic Ton know what yon are DAR:TT & COMPANY CHICAGO U.L.Kadol ..

to thrfr tonic laxative properties. Z5c: healed it." Soothes and heal burns i I taking. It is Iron and quinine In a, Calendar
' s- 905\ Almanac and 200 year
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Brool.er! Bros. Co., mdse for i R..t.ell to purchase suitable furniture ..*..? .......*..scal.>NetSS 'ILM

THE COUNTY Lester "H' '' .. ... .. .. 6.001:| for the county commissioner room GUGOANUI I GROVE.i !. i This space reserved by A. E. Heyser for 'f;
W. I. Metcalf :3: months sal. 75.00 j and also a clock to be placed in court | I i ,;
discussion of the Criminal
,. Reform i proposed Court
Dekle State
'J. room. ...........e.a..e......
COMMISSIONERS) School . .. ... . 37.50J. Bills were approved and ordered ..
W. l os, floods for Jenkins. %.CO :>:,Id out of the fine and forfeiture fund I'' On the main avenue of the Magic e' ., r
i '* "' Burkhardt mdse. for I nuntltig to Jl.377.lfi:: ; of this amount City I met a real estate man three ,J'

i{ Bennett . . . . .. 14.00 'JJa".:O TTS for edlss prisoners in days ago. He wore the Malc City
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I F. n. t* Hotel Co.. lights at j jooari I March, and $C05.50: to Sheriff Krohjckfi' smile, glad clothes and a Rhinestone
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Miami Fla.. April 4. 1905. hous.9 . . H' 5.90 I '- cri.Tlnal prospcutijns. hcaJ'isht. Said he: "Anrthib; chin; IS'hile llic |>n>pr
7 The board'of county commissioners I ". J.:. C hotel Co.. lights at I{ .'ay rolls fctr witnesses at spring; at Cocoanut Grove" "A llul.'." saidI. -...u>,j..n it U; wll! l
t reel this day In real ar session.: Present jE'l: . . . . ... 14.70: arm of &Inuit 'C'oun. amounting to "Whair "Oh" told I lucekly.wlihln '.:rie.l.o gu..s a great way. I. t h worth a Wil..... lcit art
s : T. A. Wlnfield. chairman; John eight! and' Sth'n'! ten das $-;:+,' KusiuK.
CL the board
Wni S. H::, drawing Co. 141.70, were approved by

Sewell E. H. Dlmlck. M. R. Johns and jury . . . .. . Ii.00 I and ordered paU out of the fno and 000 worth of property has pas t.1 1 from The:: ..tr- rx(..ri.
+ E. G. Tv.'eedtll, John Frohoc sheri; Wm. S. Hill coroner inqiust L. forfeiture fund. one to anu.her." Ills Kills became purr ..r lt..-.. wh. have lit>tl in r..-nWtirrv .lI... .. h-r>* it w... iri.d,
s and E Dearborn. clerk.' Greer . .. . .. .. . 3.00 There btlng DO further busln ss. the pale, as a fish recently taken. "You II '-11t'd. car wan .b..li"lir'l. '
d Mlnutps cf last meeting read and ap "
I r i A. J. Kalb, lunacy Lottie Jot board adjourned to meet Tuesday. May are giving me guff, said ha. "Oh '
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proved. :!I dan n. . . .. H' 1.00 2, 1905. I no," said I. "facts; and it Is not limit ksilhoneoftbr.epwgdrslidseewhathrssls..,,, | In
all tile .11 e."ti..lb. tried it i iM _..
I; It appearing that E. A. Croham Lottie I tod.said I. "Why" said he.IoBt'- il nut a ue-.s. It
Oscar T. Conklln. lunacy
nominated for the office of gamewarden TO MEET IN JACKSONVILLE.. j Mini thpruplr with au,-h >D "..p"'nlb.t tlij could _
was Jordan . ., . . 1.00G. cause we have the view, the< f* in and for.Dade:, county at the Enloe. Juror inq. L. Greer. 2.00J. the.! society. Now what more will
k+ Democratic primary" of May. 1904, It Is H. Cboatham, Juror Inq. L. Eighteenth Annual Meeting of your The tsprnff of our court is eAe.Nly.* now. and it always

t' therefor*ordered< | by the board that Greer . .. . .. .. .. 2.00 Florida Horticultural Society. The Peacock Inn turned away about will be andi.r any *latrln< t..au. ul our C..uul)'. KrratIt
the name E. A; Graham be recom have natb aid f'Oo.-quc-lit t'I"ul..ICf'.
# R. O. Watson, juror Inq. L.Greer. two hundred applicants. They
to the Governor of Florida for The eighteenth annual meeting of
r mended .. . . . .. 2.00 had a more than successful season. But shut wou-d be magnified .ot r4uc d. by the new
appointment a* such game warden. B. B. Hinton juror Inq. L. he Florida State'llorticultuni Society We miss Henry Guy Carleton. Harry Court brt-uiw llii. bc-.vy. hc-III..1 .xpriMM> w..ul.
!i. J. R. O'Neal filed treasurer1 receipt Greer . .. . .. . .. will be held In Jacksonville, com Munaon left too soon. We have hadintellect tn all petty criminal cases now disposed of ai tutus bj the
i No. 99, for 138.00, for sale of O.A. Anderson juror inq. L. 2.00)I mencing the evening of the btta or and beauty. We have had local justice'. fAre

jr, rock daring February. Greer .. .. . .. .. May and continuing the 10th. llth.I beauty from Chicago with small feet;
Petition of E. Tj, Field for exclusive O. D. Tucker. Juror Inq. U""'' 'and 12th; and It Is earnestly hoped''that and men who caught fish until they You Heady to Take This Burden
right to plant oysters In the waters of this meeting will be the largest You?
tyii Greer .. . ... .. .. .... 2.00 were tired of piscatorial matters. Upon
Lake Worth In front of :what !* known W. H. Combs wit. Inq. L.Greer1.00 :n the history of the Society. We have yet Capt. Walnrtght U. 8.
{ a* Hypolnxo: Beach, consisting of lotS W. 8. Granting wit. Inq. L. The Jacksonville Board of Trade has K. He chases butterflies and the ladles -.81]
of section 2. and lot 4 of section 10. extended to the Society the cso of
Greer .. .... . .. .; 1.00P. chase him. He will leavo here amllllon.lre
i and fractional section 11. and lots 1 their magnificent auditorium In which from sales of butterflies
T. Skaggt, lunacy Lottie Jim
and 4. of section '15. aU In township to hold the meetings, and are making
dan .... . .. .. .. .. 2.00 captured near Cocoanut Grove.
; 45 south, range 43 east was received Edwin Nelson. cob fr cnvlct preparations to entertain the men Capt. A. R. Simmons has returned -
bers In their usual liberal and hospitable
and granted.
camp .. . . .. . .. .-. 7.50H. from a trip to the keys. He was accompanied GRAVE MARKERS. ELK OFFICERS INSTALLED.
The following bills were approved manner. I t
& W. B. Drew Co. mdse for by Mr. Otter of New York. ,
ordered paid out of the road fund: The transportation companies have
and I county . . .. .. .. 81.71 During the war between the States ,
John Fr hock. feed of prisoners C. B. Robinson, court stenographer made a rate of one fare plus 25 cents Capt. Simmons was a guest of President Being Placed Over Resting Place of The local Order of Etta held !t mee
.. CO but members must Confederate lag Friday night at the club rooms 'to*
at .$251. for the round trip Dead by U. O. C.
camp. r . . . . .. .. 101.20 Jeff Davis. Capt. Simmons made '
J. F. HInton, salary for March 40.001! bate a certificate of membership 1 5.000 Confederates run. They were .the purpose of 4.'lectfnant! Installing )

Henry "Allen loading car rock 3.50 I Board adjourned to meet at 3:30: p. 'which Is furnished by the Society, to i i:j after him; they !sot him and he enjoyed Undertaker H. M. King, acting for !joflcer. for the ensuing!: year. sad thedluwing
rI Freeman Bros convict tents. 22.00! jn. surrender to the ticket agent: before J! and he U today ( members were elected tof.11
I their hospitality:
John'Frohock, con\let camp. S5.55:; :; I Board D.et pursuant to adjournment. 'the ticket will be Issued at the reduced more a Reb than a Yank. lie has the local chapter Daughters of the the \&:ious odclal positions;

Frank' Sanchez Hilary, March 45.00 I t It al'Pf'arlrg that the people In the rata So It bchpoves membersto real "The Leopard's Spots" and approves Confederacy Is erecting> headstones'or 'I I William M. Brawn-Exaltea Rnlcr. k

J. F. DeBerry.. salary March. 45.00 j vlcmUy; of Stuart Late subscribed write early for their certlfiratc'R.nnkh of it. That book anJ "The markers to the graves or jIve Confederate !'! A. J. Kolb-Exalted Leading Knight. ,,
K. S-'SIishler. salary.. March. C.OO''' $J1.1C3. toward budding rock road In can bo had by sending $1.00 to Conqueror" lOll Americans I mean Veterans burlej In the city JC. IL CarthsWe-Exalted Loyal

1 Frank T. Bulge; dynamiteec' ( that neighborhood! the sward areca the secretary. Mr. E. O. Pal&UrJack-. l'nlted States peuple.: ih'ult rtatl.CnT tnc'tery.. and who are C. W. Wells. C. Knl ht. I
73.51\1
4 Heo. W. Farts! rodse convict to give rock and whatever tlso Is nee- Bomille, Fla.. :|{I: >L Simmons Is a busy mrn. All i Pent Thomas Courser D. W. Mcr- Z. T. Mwrir.-Cxal'ed. Lcctarturf

camp .,. 25.47w fsHory to complete three sties at road j The annual reports of this! Society! wont his products, U. S.. Canada. Eng. rift and Chas. K. Porter. KnUht.
W. Kellam/work on road. 18.00 I it t with said sum or money so subscribed.T. .;are alone worth more than th- $1,00 I UnJ, Germany and France call for There U nothing expensive or elab- I i :M. E. Jonen-Secretary.
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R. G. Stockton. niiUe convict 53.90 I| A. Winfield was appointed as delegate charged for membership fees, os thy t. thorn, and when he returned from the orato about the markers they bring ; C. H. Brv Itcvn' ,ts-er.

camp .. . .h.j . .. . to attend the county commissioners 'contain the experience of some of the keys was more a Conch' than a Cracker hut 4 ?-S Inches thick, with an extreme !,i Chn'lcs a M alter-TiK-r.
M- W. Marshall, tending Laud. convention and good roads association :best hortlculturallst: and: agriculturists !, or a Yank. He can tickle thj palate size: on the base!! of 10 3-4 by 19 Inches, After the ei-cilut of o31cer! their
erdale bridsg! 4. 15.00 to be held In Orlando. nIL, lln i the State. Including valuable pa. I I'I of all people and having a space on top for lettering nstallation took plno Mid three new ,

r, RHtr Bros supplies for rock roQ the third Tuesday in June next. I'I pen from some of our sclentlc men. Prof. Gifford is saying little, but see 6 by 14 Inches. The stop a Is of Applicants for membership were Initi
crasher .j, 68.36 The bond of W. H. Johnston for notary :I The Society Is doing a good work j" .hat he Is doing. He has made a granite and bears the Inscription: ated.
'C. Cone Lla( smltblng. . 15.00 public State at large, with John ''and needs the support of every one subterranean garden which reaches to (name) C. "S. A. 18C1-18C5.; The busln' 'a ot the order being concluded -

,' The Model Pharmacy, drugs B. Rein) and Ceo. A. MrKlnnon as :''interested[ In the development of.our I Japan, and will soon have an exhibitof the entire atone being placet on a the members about trent flv. ,

for convicts ..j.#-.-. 3.50 iurt'ties3 received and approved. I j'i State. Instead of 400 members. It exotica that will make the world cement base built up to the surface of whom were present turned from
Irj C. A. Woodruff hay for county 1.27 The following firearm bonds were should have 4000. You can help It by m-onder. level thus nuking It secure and perpetually labor to refreshment and x-ial Inter* ,

Wm. M. Mattalr, repairing lore l approved: I(|I sending $1.00 to E. O. Painter. Secre- Mr. Alfred Peacock In making an marking and proclaiming to course which lasted until 1 o'clock

; Goode ... .. .h.r.j?, ........ 11.25 E. M. Jones with J. E. Lummus andJ. Itary.JacksonvUleF1ar Ideal bay front home; just enough the world that one who fought; for the this morning w!>en. the niertlng was t
The following bills were approved N. Lummus as sureties. land and surroundings to Insure com "Lost Cause" lies buried there. clowd.Mr. .
and ordered,, paid':'put of the general John L. Murray, with J. D. Glrtman IMPORTANT REAL ESTATE DEAL. fort. There are a number of other Confederate ,

fund: [f' and P. p. Jaudon! Jr.. a* sureties.C. Note, reader! remember this: Cocoa- braves burled In the Miami t'em'l( .' J. E. Ingraham. third vice-presi s.$
K. C. Dearborn sal and sunda.$111.79 W. Speer with L P. McLean and The most important deal In real estate nut Grove has never had any pap. Mr. etery, but their graves have dent and In (large of the land department -
.t Robt. R.Tajlor., kal, Feb. and It O. Standley as sureties consummated here this year and McCormick promoter of Lake already been marked or relatives or ot the F. E. C. Ry.. accompaniedby

March j... C6.66 J. W. Johnson! with H. W. Padgettand one which will ere another twelVemonths Worth. Kirk Munro and R. M. Munro. friends! desire to place more elaborate Mm. Ingraham and ,daughter. Mis
R. G Tweedell, com. 1 day and R. E. Pndeptt as sureties. :give to Miami: a modern three Prof. Ramson. have done much' for us, atones to their graves. Kathleen, will leave. shortly for Ea- .

mileage . .C. .. . 5.00 H. W Padsrt', with J. W. Johnson story brick hotel and a three story I und the Peacocks and Perrystoo nu- rope where they: win probably spend
rf W. T. Rice charily .. . C.Ou and R T:. Padgett as sureties. business block and office! building.jruerous'I to mention Individually hive The many friends of Capt. A. B. i|the snmmer.! Mr. Ingraham has: bees
Mrs. Yeomett: charUy. :... C.OO \\' F>, Tnvgr with J. A. Pei-ler and :. Ins just been closed by J. K. Dora, aa- I'I all helped. But in a quiet way the Potter of the R. G. Ross Contracting'' in bed health for some time and it U

Mrs. Gomexia. tharity . 8.1)(1> J. M. Rrv-ley all sureties.P. -\-d by Mr. E. A. Perry an old and women. God bless them bhe done To. and w ho spent several months bE'feI for the purpose of recuperating that

Wm. !Merkle charity,. .. .. .. 5.00 T. Bell, with C. C.Haisht anJ J. tvl.trieiicod real estate man. (I' more than all Anl mh"n St. Peter last summer erecting the Jetty outside 'the trip has been planned and will be
G. . .. The invoked are among Norris Cut. will be glad to welcome
1. Wells t'hapt C.OO N. Clark as sureties.R. propirtias I I welcomes us to the gates beyond we t ma.to. Ills many friends in Miami
G. A. Hay 8al"tMarchT. ; 30.00 D. Tavlnr.! with F. B. Wharton the roost valuable in :Miami and while men will be found hanging on to their: him hack and to know that he will and Pa 'e county tru.t that the changein

It R. JchnS, con}, & mile. 23.10! and W. J. Wilson as sureties. the terms of purchase are private the skirts hoping to be pulled In. make another long and Indefinite stay ntmosrh-r- rest will do all that

K H. Dlmlck, com. & mile. 15.20T. Wm. Dietsrh, with J. W. Sanders announcement Is made that the outlay Cocoanut Groie Is Heal in many ; here Mrs. Potter will cone down lat iii an:Icipatod In restoring hid to robustness. J.\;:

A. Wino;d. c',rn.. & mile.. 7.20 and H. J. BurKhardt as sureties. I I I tf.money' involved In its purchase and pays: Early and late breezes; a. m. er. .

John Sewell cotaj f 2.00 The following justices of the peace :|: the erection of the buildings thereon. ',laud p. m.; churches; school; yacht i ,

it & W B. Drew Co. circuit Bled their reports of fines, forfeitures will total $;5.000. club; library: society: gossip: fresh

cb court seal 8.51 sad cons for the month of March: I The purchasers are Messrs. Daniels fruit; cool drinks (nothing hard) ; an 'f" .
I>. W. Moran, attendance at WIn. Stuart Hill, W. G. Mayberry and and Flnley, wealthy capitalists of excellent boats and livery
grocery: I
court .| IB.oo R. J. ChJllIcgworth. J Spokane. Washington and the
: prop of I A Fresh Line of
.. t service( and a good prospect an EveryThing -
A. P. Gore attecdaaco at coun 1 Clerk and and Jailer -j. &:>.00 reports of fines forfeitures and coslg I owned by Mr. Morris Scott of Toled-., I
to
Bush attendance at for the month 0 and the north ride uf "
c. W. I Ia of March. bins on
For Tat he who the
urn, crossed: bridge for the Kitchen.
court -. .I j. 15.00 t Tax collector filed his report for them I Twelfth street between Mr. Dora's of- Says now 111 thread the rocky ridge;
Johns Frohock. court "'ork U3.22 I '>nth of flarrh, showing $2.985.CO' V.ce and the Townley building at tl e t I'll bid all natives tourists too. I
Goo. O. Butler work In offlce.! 15.00: colertJ for the State and $11417.71! ] corner of Avenue B and Twelf il: To ride so cheap they never rue. L "

H. T. Scruggs .t ,Co.. work on I Is I! for the county, and 321 polls. street, and between Hays' cigar stole i I y \Ve are always looking: for new and use

Jail \I. 3.25' County judge and tax: collector filed and Seybold's bakery an Twelfth Ifs" J. H. Tatum that I mean, I fat for the
for i iGoode their > things housekeeper and never > 3
.4 'Youngs' Pharmacy drugs Joint report of licenses! Issued street.: j I Though B. B. meekly hides behind the *
. .1. .. .. .. ... 13.75 : during the month of March' .bowing On the first! mentioned plot, whit li !i scene. I -. ... a week passes th.tt eve d.> not ret in >ome- -
kx; ked Cross Pharntaey, drugs for $130.25 for the State and $lt .C3 for embraces three lots, or a frontage! f.f i 1 Give them the chance to show their
sec Jenkins 1,. 3.00 the county. ::::5: feet, will be built the hotel. It I i I Parts; I] thing to mak the kitrhen work! eu! I 1
1 H. Singleton, refund. .. 3.00 Count treasurer filed bo of brick I II
ax his report for hill pressed handsomely They'll pierce old Dade with! cl.'CtrlcI our regular] line also) jets fix-slu'ii up weekly.
Rapid ComputerjVo,, adding: the month ,-f March showing the following orraT1,'.'<'d rod modem, In every respect. I daru.< |
machine j... 25.00 j i' balances on hand April 1: I, The Crst floor will contain four :I When "IJU are around corn in and it

Henry Fuller sat and cunds. 29.45! General fund . . . .$ 5"5' i store room, ihr--? of tch! bare: already \\hat have ell
I I I Some years aso at the Peacock Inn. see we ; we everything -
I-Yank T. Budgej. tables for: i I j; Fine and forfeiture fund. 1'13.5; :_, been leas I e-1. at one time were descendants of the j I y ,
grand Jury. 4.,. 25.85: -i: School fund . . . 315.77: On the other site,'or that between 1 1Hays' I I Washington. Hamilton and Burr familics. sell cheaper and rant yourtrade
for Roe fund . . . . i I .,
Red Cross Pharmacy, drags I]|I .fiO.il cigar! store and he bakery and !'| Many happy matches have been : : : : : : ; : .
Jail (.;. ..H..H. 17.20 Game warden fund . . .08 which has a frontage of 140 feet, will trade here and a good man once said :
A. B. Heyser sal and sunds.. 35.28 Interest and sinking fund. 4.8i I be built the business block- Like the I it should be called the Peacock Incu /tr
The Everglade board jurors ..00 hotel the. first floor will contain : bator.

The Everglade board of Jury Total .' . . . .'.3097.26 store rooms, three in number while' --
t' (circuit eourtj. ..0-39.00': The board of public instruction the two upper floors will be laid off Still In the Case. THE RACKET STORE.:

1 :W.'W. Heluirlel ..repairs at- I filed their financial statement for the in offices. Two of these store rooms Judge G. \V*. M. Williams states that \
West Palm Beach Jail. . 2.4 i month of February.It have also been leased. he has cot retired from the case of
W. H. Jenkins, saL and sands GO.90'' was ordered by the board that the Plans for the two buildings win be Fannie E. Saunders et at, vs. the estate Handlers of Everything: ..

J. C. Bertashawj 3 months sal 31.20 tax assessor be authorized to employ drawn at once and It Is Intended that of the late Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle Everything sold cheaper .

Brooker Bro*. Co, mdse for \ an assistant In his office, who shall work shall commence. Inside the next aa published by the papers last Sat

Flgley ..j. ..... .-rib. '.00 ,' give bond as required by law, the thirty or six-.-y days and pushed rarvy urday but is still a representative of W. H. CHAILLE & SON-Prop.
p E. A. McKoy. typewriter j' same to be approved by this board. : through to completion by next lira Saunders and will fight the cue '4

bone ... .,. j.r.. .. J.,! The board authorized commissioner I fail through to a finish. I
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I Attorney U. H. sl!''mu1r has been 1300 AVENUE D Easter Offerings at

few but
.1- Undisposed for the part days Personal Attention Given to AT Cells.
yS reported comalesc eut today. I

"4t:r Uf e Bradl -----j-;: for +11 crop -Through- 'he Instrumentality of Mr.J. Mrs. PindT, of Key West, who owns I It \

3. E. L; mmua, Agents! D. Reilly the Ladies' Afternoon considerable \aluable real estate In t I

Club have been given the usa of the Miami, Is the guest of her relatives ,: I\ Burdine & Quarterman
i A suit fa assumpsi damages $130;; Fair LuilJlns. therein they may hold I Mr and :Mrs. Munro on' Eighth street,
A. P. Curry vs. J. W. was filed their club meetings and have their nnd will make her slay indefinite. I II I

in the clerk's oCco of rarJY': court library the ensuing year free of.. cost. I

Tuesday.WantedJapanese. j James: T. De errY, one of the

Aetna dynamite and suppUea for .well known business men of West I I.
plum or loquat ale by Lummus SeweU. Palm Beach, and proprietor of the I ,
teed. Wilson & Flye 417 I ferry line which runs between that "'
and Palm Beach, is In the city This season will -
The Royal Palm hotel and immediate i city surpass any I
z G. A. Vorley, petit oner's attorney property adjoining will be repainted :today: attending county court as a wit

filed application.for divorce... Fanny this summer. This, along with the ness. thing ever shown in Dade Co.
Young vs. Wash Young, and Injune other improvements and enlargements

tlon proceedings with\khe cleric. of the (scheduled, will make a great deal of On the 25th Inst., an examinationwill We extend a cordial Invitation \
circuit court Tuesday.\ activity there and about during the be held In this city by the local

heated term. board ,of examiners for ine positions
For Ws. -Near Miami: fire acres: of clerks and carriers In the Miami to our many out of town friends K
'110 grapefruit trees: 6.000 pineapple All -
Postomce. applications for above
The fishing schooner Mount Pleasant
P. O. Box '23. Miami. na.I .
f Is being fitted out today by the positions must be In by 4 o'clock on to LOOK OUR STOCK OVER

I Miami Fish Co. for a trip to the snapper the afternoon of the 18th.
The frame work of the ney two-
( banks. This Is the season for
story residence of James Lowe on
catching those fish and tt is probablethe Persons coming over from Havanaand
Avenue C, Is up and another fine
fish docks will become llrely again Key West report sighting an unusually -
residence win soon be[ added to that
large number of barques and
,section of the city. \I soon.
schooners entering the gulf. They are
nearly all probably bound for Florida BURDINE AND QUARTERMAN
Bradley fertilisers) are the bMtft The Daily Metropolis gives la read-,
gulf ports for cargos of phosphate naval -
For sale by. J. E.: wmm.... lUamLi rs more real lire local and tUegrapblc. .
'store and lumber.
i news than any paper In the world In.

,It Is now stated that the suction e city as small u Miami. And all for Corner 12th
St and Ave C Miami
dredge of P. Sanford Ross. which hasp the small sum of ten cents a week. Mr. Slade, the recent purchaser of ,

completed Its work ID the bay and the magnificent! honseboat WhlmWhalr -
from Dr. R. V. Pierce, tha medicine -
which it was announce would be taken Among the passengers going to Key
: to Savannah, will b towed to Mo- West yesterday morning the steamer man, Is still in port aboard that : I..................*.f.fN..........,............... ....................... a .
tile for after tblrh it will craft, but will lease in a few days for i I --- -
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the northern of the State, j I
part proceeding
work the VTes Coast.tuc.
on
I:. G. TII'eedellho Dame Rumor
as far as Jacksonville where I
has it will be married in tbat city
Try the latent thing In dried flzb, the boat will be laid up for the sum '
tonight to Miss Louise Morrow, a popular f
.Bfecayne cod: at Wilson]& Tlye's 185 and attractive young lady of that mer. I I '
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General and )Ira. Sha who have: I II County court was occupied Tuesday -
afternoon in the trial of Toledo
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Biscayne cod the newest
: keys of the lower coa t in quest of Cassa, a colored woman, on a chargeof
&t Wilson *: Flye' 185 It resulted In mlsI
tarpon aOOard'their b ndsome little grand larceny. a
yacht Buckeye, returned! to port Monday I trial.! A new jury was drawn this:
Within the next two or three days horning and the trial of the case begun '
They had: good luck fishing! ;
1} bat unfortunately, did not land a tarvia the 'quarantine steamer McAdams. again It was continued into the From April 15 until 22
.. I t tWanted Paul 0. Phillips, engineer in charge, afternoon session and was not decided April iT
will be towed to her regular summer at the time of going to press.


,.,,:. preferred -Apply.18 or R.20 1L foot Monroe dorysailr ,'Co1" and mooring winter down months the bay.the During McAdams the fall Is I Mr. S. C. Packard of Brockton Every room that you furnish with us, we will fit up with

"- coanut Grove. I I' kept berthed up the river and all Incoming Mass, was an arrivat In Miami last

-:; vessels needing Inspection are I night. Mr. Packard Is here on a pros- shades free of charge, quality according to value of ft
Mr. and Mrs. rge1L1.I1V1eek.! met by Mr. Philips and assistants In pecting trip and if he likes the city

';''' who harp! b eu down the coast as fart the launch tender. and surrounding country, and there Is furniture used
\Vhere? why at
as' Indian Key for the!} past several no doubt that be will be pleased he
? days Inythelr yacht Novia. Capt. Bob Money to loan on Improved property. will make considerable Investments
Busby, commanding, returned to port G. S. Amsden. Cocoanut Grove, or M. here. Mr. Packard has been spendingthe
'fi" ,Monday afternoon, but will I get away D Price, Miami. winter months on Lake Worth THE HOUSE THAT TREATS YOU RIGHT

again In a few days for a!: more lengthy with his sister Mrs. N. W. Pitta. ,

.:.....cruise. before going North, for the summer out Messrs.the better Chase part and of party last who week were on 1 Mr. Daniel Keith, representative of Another great offer during this time we will sell you on

..,. the -facht Louise in search of tarpon. .
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"Ail wishing j real estate and other' game fish, returned hometurl'ay I accompa-nied
persons
Easy
at the lowest cash
,111 payments
night after having had a spot price i-
loans should write or can upon Realty ,Miami. Mr Keith will take charge of
g' MorUgge Co., West Palo Death Flay splendid outing, but falling to landa the local branch house of th-i Cable i
"silver! king" They left for their Company and, with his estimable wife I
READ THIS
t SMALL LIST Of BARGAINS
'' wh Northern; home last night, while the : :
:Mr. James Bolton, keeps a report will make hIs future home in Miami MAll
i< for tourists and !tQ> Bowl" on the Ccroanut: 'Grovenumber the summer. will prove valuable additions to the j: white Bowls I : : .(, Diu!)le Biker. r.o Qaarter: saw"J

|":f road kept a record of tie of musical fraternity of Miami. II>I I '-'. '- :.. ',j.j; JstlOJ rflIJlr. yak WdshstdlJ:
I persons'visiting; his Loa o during the If you want fertilizers, consult J. E. I II I and Pitchers, reg. :"-:"" -- any: s-/e. rejubr SIO.ODvjIue.I

.last season There were between five l..uml"u, agent for the old reliable Capt. Eric F. Holmes has purchased !i $1 I 25 and $1.50.I .: ... .. 6J. 7 J anJ Sac ii .Hi sjle only
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and six thousand. The number of visitors Bradley's goods a one-third Interest in the Miami Fish : "" ._.. .' ... ..

i-\> daily would range from fifty'to V Co. Capt. Holmes was manager of I only I . 98: "" ,:r.! '.-.t. S l //'Ice 35c $6.50
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i ,fire hundred. !' The large houseboat Nerodha, own- that company's,fishing fleet during the only d
'rot' ed by Mr. Chase, of New York, and last season and ailed very largely In
StrayedL-One pointer f dog named which has been laying off the foot ot the success of the company. Though

4 1: '"Don.* Color, brown 'and white,.blgf Twelfth street for several days, was I this company was one of the largest A dollar or two a week will do
: with city tag No. 22 attached. Returnto she will be berthed for the summer. now that Captain Hall is a partnerin gReed

!.- Fred Rutter. 415 Avenue C. -: 111 The.Ncrodto Is a palace afloat steel the business will assume even larger

:\ 1 t hulled and one of the largest craftsof proportions next season Endmeled Coffee) French plate Mirror
';;; The engagement of Miss Marion Dar the kind in America. She was built 1

). *tr Rich, of Redwing, M nn. and Mr by P. Lorillard deceased, and has | Messrs. G. W. Morgan and L. Wood, Pots
t|jCfiarles A. Muller of thl city Is an. been conspicuous on the East Coast .I who spent the past season In Miami I' ? Rockers. Solid Oak open
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tnced. The bride to lie is a most : for several years thougn rats Is the and invested in real estate while here. 1 r tW first frame full I sire

.. wing and accomplish' 4 young wo .,first time she has ever spent the summer !tlrft for their: home In Sound Bach, i iI Ihis $7 value ,
." man. ..-ho. with her pare s, has spent'the In 1Uaml.-at'r8o Conn., Friday. Mr. Morgan will r..- t Quality!, f ; regular! $15.I sale
I ,Ftl i will It sold lor :
winter In this clt], while the turn with his family early next tall I : ;, :iY
I wetly at erica
rib' groom Is'the only son of Ir. and Mrs Wanted. -10 men In each State to and will erect a handsome and substantial only .

rr Gas A. MuUor. of the sat'' Carlos Ho- travel, tack signs and distribute sam I residence on his! desirable lot { ; .l e.
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K-i. tel, and is associated \ ,them In the ples and circulars of our goods. Salary | on Eighth! btreet These gentlemenhave ', -trc$5 00 60 KCjulr40f.. 70. 8)( 25c $1 I I0.o

L- management of that pop ar house. $;:;.00 rr month. 3.00 per dayfor ; made numerous warm friends au)sl/f sale al\ I. _:- ,
,,1> expense Kuhlman Co., Dept S, here who will be glad to welcome them

jf- Writing tablets and rtaticcery fori Atlas building Chicago. on their return to Miami
,>-"" *!. at J. B. Screven's drug store. '

fc 4--" t, Tuesday, Jand.>n Bros. commission The yacht Linnet, Captain L. D. Potter Freight paid anywhere on $25.00 purchase

K,.. Commodore and Mrs. If. C. Roome, dealers, packed and shipped<< from OJusto I Mrs Potter and daughter and a x

<&otaway* last Sunday mo-nlng In the Denny Bra, Chicago, a solid carload |Mr. Gray, bound from this port for
'ti Roamer for an extended cruise on the of $omaoes. The fruit was of New York, arrived in Jacksonville Mail! orders filled same day received.

,1;: West Coast as far a* Tampa. The trip the finest variety and site, and will Tuesday and sailed from there for her
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,It II said, 'nI first undertaken In the net handsome returns, m the neighborhood destination last Friday. According to
[.J; 'Roamer. Jr, but finding that more of |100 per crate. Solid carload the Times-Union the party had a '

: room and comfort was needed Comma loll of tomatoes from this sectionare pleasant trip up the coast, and Captain The Dade Co.( Furniture Co.C. (

I.k '-dor Room returned t9,port Saturday now becoming almost daily events, Potter reports that when off 8t .
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taming; here the yachts:jwffl be laid is not-so light or inferior as some people ed the body of a man floating feet up, M. BROWN TWELFTH STREET. MIAMI.FLORIDA. 01. M. BA:>WN. JR. .
I. Q i for the summer while Commodore and paper In other sections of the but did not stop to investigate his r

a&4.Mrs. Roome to State would hare it. gruesome find.
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FULFORD SHIPS BANNER CAR. ITO HELP BUILD PANAMA CANAL. RESULTS THE CRIMINAL COURT.

t' WITH FLORIDA'S LAW MAKERS I f I I .-

To Pulford goes the honor of having : Miami and Dade county will be rep- What it Has Done In Reclaiming Land Editor Metropolis:
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shipped the banner car of tomatoesof I tented In the building of the Panama at Fort Plerc : The proposed establishment of a

NOW :ASSEMBLED E IN TALLAHASSE the season, both in the number of I, canal In the person of Mr. E. E. Har- criminal court of record in Dade county ,

crates and the price secured. : rod a well known carpenter of this The Fort Pierce News, in speaking continues to agitate the pnbllfr
I of. and showing the result of the I
: The sale and shipment were mad city, who left Wednesday morning mind. The article of the constitution
Batch of Pithy, 'Pointed Gossip From Metropolis Correspondent a few days ago and the fruit a car for Colon to assume his duties, which drainage operation In that section, I authorizing the establishment of crimInal -

Relative to! These Men and Measures of Localf containing SCO crates, was bought by pending good behavior, competency, says The: benefits already derived from I courts clothe such court, when

F {f and Wm. Hartman of New York and consigned health or resignation, will hold him the drainage work are considerable.All established, with the Jurisdiction of 1
General Import
by the Fulford Vegetable Asso there for the next eight or ten years along the line of the canal from all criminal offenses less than capItal
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f ciation. In securing empolyment with the town to the edge of the prairie the I This is exclusive; for while, by act
TaU.a.rw+ii. April 1QJ-U it bo true and is one of those thing that are I All of the fruit were of the highest low lands have been drained In such a '
Panama Canal Commission Mr. Fine of the Legislature, pursuant to amendment -
that nothing succeod (like success, likely bring on more talk. quality and the car lumped brought manner as to enable those who web I
s- Talking of these little count.school rod may be considered lucky as there wish I to the constitution the Jurisdiction
r 'than General Albert GUchrlst must be I, IC20OO.. or a fraction less than, $%.91' I to do so to plant anything they
book commissions recalls the Interest. per crate. arc doubtless thousands of applicants with perfect safety. In many place of Justices of the peace has been
r the men who are
cumbered among ing fact that the Lake City Index Is Tho shippers from the Fulford sec I l now before the commission for like there are low spots that have had I enlarged. It Is understood that such r
destined for great thing*.' ThIs I* by now running the official notice of avery lion are enthusiastic over the tomato and various other positions to be filled water In them most of the year whichare enlargement Is effective only In those, t

_i ao mean the first time that the gentleman peculiar piece of apecial: legislation outlook, and are satisfied that what there and the selection comes, even now perfectly dry and could be j counties that have no criminal court
G from DeSoto ban reached out designed for the benefit of Colum- they will lose in the number of crates as a surprise to him, as he bad but planted without fear of becoming too I of record. ', .0-
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but Ills the first when bia county. that would! have teen secured but for 'the faintest hope of securing the position wet. The water In the prairie U I Jurisdiction of all criminal cases, ", '
F" for the gavel,
.his movement have been marked by The bill provides in effect that If tho the blight by cold In the early part when he made application for It being lowered continuously, which will 'not restricted as to trivially, makes It
ei 'that political acumen ,.which mean aforesaid county ever goes "..et. the of the year win have been more than I several weeks ago. !enable the owners of land along Its possible for a revengeful person living s
J. consequent booze shall be sold on the made up by the handsome returns now Mr. Harrod is regarded as an expert I edge to break up the land with safety.On in the north end of the county to
taeoceae. -
:4 A certain: Jacksonville l paper ha* dispensary plan. And Tom Appleyard.secretary being received. i mechanic and removed here from both sides of the prairie.'extend saddle his belghbor with the *xpens. i;
already given tho credit of managingthe of the Senate, and ownerof ---- 1 I' West Palm Beach about eight month ing back for a mile there Is 1 some of !and Inconvenience of a trial at the
General' campaign to a Jeckson- the Index, tells me that when he OPERATIONS IN THE BAY. ago to make his future home. lie the prettiest land In Florida partially county seat,. under a most trivial
k YUle naafi and u the facts In the case asked one of the men behind this precious i : has a wife and child and these ne win high prairie and some hammock with charge provided the prosecuting attorney
,l are well known to' those on the inside measure if he realized that It Within the next week or ten day I move to his new distant home aa soon occasionally a large pine tree. This Is so venal as to file an Infer wmatlon.
It Is, perhaps Just u well taht they might be the entering wedge to a there will be considerable renewed i as he shall have reached there and land 1* high enough to cultivate now Whereas, under existing conditions -
abould be be made known to the world State dispensary, that misguided enthusiast activity in bay dredging operationsand 1 made preparation for their reception. and is very easily cleared It has a cither there would have been
a t large.It coolly replied: Well what If outside Jetty work, and from then Leaving here last Wednesday thi fine growth of good grass especially no case at all". or If there were. it t
U now snore .than six months It did?" on for several months the times will Harrod family will go to Gainesville where the old grass has been burned would bf disposed of at home promptly ,
ago that General Gilchrist wa sdvised Some practical politicians seem to be more than usually lively In these where they will visit relatives he away. In such places it look like an an inexpensively before, the resident
for think that an address chain of these enterprises which must necessarilymean leaving them on the 17th and proceeding Immense green carpet. Justice of the peace.
to engage a competent manager
# his ape enhJp camPaIP. and the little county dispensaries would be so much to the commercial Interests to New Orleans, where passage On just such a piece of land the Fort I Immediate action is urged by those ;
friend from whence pill suggestioncame preferable to a big. unwieldy State of Miami both as a town and will be furnished him on a steamer I' Pierce Land ft Improvement Co. broke who favor the court notwithstanding: ,t
r later on mentioned the matter machine, probably upon the theory port.Some leaving there on the 19lh for Colon. j I up three acres one month ago plowing the people win have no voice in th. p
that graft should always be localized The carries with It salaryof It from the sod and harrowingi selection of Its offlclals
4 to Major O. P. Heaiy/'the wdl-known I day during the present week position a I virgin : : -on thj apparent -
;* Yolusla county politician. and subdivided as much as possible. weather conditions being favorable $1.200 a year payable monthly and i it over. The piece was fenced and subterfuge that the appointments '
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After looking Into the matter the This all may be true, but it Is more the largee and powerful dipper dredge Is governed by some of the following two weeks ago last Friday an acre of nude In the incipiency of he court.,
.Major decided to tab It up. and at than probable that, the people of Florida of P. Sanford Rosa dredging ,contract. rules: i Irish potatoes were planted. When and for the purpose of its organizeti"
a subsequent meeting In Jacksonville would much prefer not to see either or. Is expected to arrive In port In The duties will be such as may be tho porter for The New visited the .Hon, win be only temporary-that
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.4 c between General Gilchrist and the mutual thrust upon them at this stage of tow of the tug Wm. F. McAuley, from determined by the commission or Its place Monday these potatoes were their Incumbency will be very brief.
g friend the deal :was closed the the game. Savannah. This same tug brought authorized representatives. from two to six inches above theground It appears that there ts double dealinerIn
e" .1 the termination of work there and they had been hilled up this matter and Intention dec
latter acting for Major Bealy. The .1I I here several months ago the chisel Upon an to -
r I friend then quietly stepped! down and The Anti-Saloon League Decently organized I dredge now crushing the rock In the he will be granted transportation to a few day before. An acre of tomaloeu I -i>e the people.
B3& oat leaving the Bald Eagle of Volusla In Jacksonville 1* understood canal across, and which rock the dipper New Orleans; in case of bad conductor planted at the same time have The Constitution Section :f. Artlcl i
dismissal no transportation will b* grown over six Inches and are all In 5. In providing for the
to do the work. How effectively that to contemplate a legislative crusade I dredge will be expected and required establishment at
work wan done let the result say against Pernna and other patent medicine I. to remove. On me return to furnished to America.In bloom. of criminal courts in such counties ..
f These are the plain fact In the which are said. by ome to contain Savannah the McAnley wilt tow the case of Illness he ls to receive Orange and grapefruit trees are being may signify their desire fur them
ease, and that they are inch I* known a dangerous amount of booze. suction dredge, now lying at the terminal medical treatment and nursing in one planted and this same ground, directs that there shall be one Jndx '
# to no one better than General GO-. The proposed bill will probably be so dock, and which cut out the of the hospitals to be maintained thereby which Is prairie, back of cabbage: palmetto for each of them, to be appointed br-
j :Christ himself, who is loud 'In hi* drawn as to cover all proprietary' medicine I par of the canal on the other aide, it the Government free of cost hammock. With only a small the Goveraor..br and with the advic
praise of the manner in which Us affairs containing over ten per cent having completed its work here. He will l>e granted at the convenience ditch: running to the prairie proper the and with the consent of the Saaattv ,
were handled In this instance. of alcohoL And the very latest 1* a In connection with this dredge or of the commission, a vacation ground is In Llltf couuiuou, despite the and whose term of office: : "soall be
c' AU this Is said without the lightest proposition to Include all "soft drinks" the effort to give Miami deep water of six weeks, annually upon pay fact that an Inch and a half: of water tour years' This appointment for
y Intention:of mlnlmlzng the exerton of containing morphine, cocaine or other from her harbor to the sea. but under though; said pay is not due and payable I fell Friday evening. It this 1* an Indication Dade: county will be upon the inauguration Y
'those who at Tallahassee labored *o "deleterious drags"Mr. I another and separate contract. U until his return to the commission for of what can be done In this new of a now Judiciary whoa tenure
earnestly and faithfully for the success Carter, of Levy, has already Introduced the building of the Jetty, or training work after the expiration of the said I country It will be a greater money will be four years. It is not elective '
o+ of the loyal friend and sterling his bill in the Senate, Prohibiting wall outside Norris Cut and COO feet vacation. If he should resign during maker than anything yet discovered hence there can no vacancy oe
t''' .Democrat who now ocuples the Speaker railroad and express companiesfrom south of the chip canal. said vacation no pay shall be due by I In this part of the State. ThIs company cur. save at the end of four years, except
** chair: but aa 'simple matter of carrying liquor Into "dry" conntles. The first part or foundation of this the commission which ban a capital of $%0.000 and U by death, resignation or removal
Justice to those who originally laid This liquor Is now distributed Jetty was laid last summer by the His family shall receive transportation planning to open up a model farm of So. where are the people to come In. ,
down the lines upon which General from the commercial center of our R. G. Rosa Contracting Ox, of Jack from New Orleans to Colon at several hundred acres has 1.000 acres except after the expiration of four
CUchrtst won. own State-Jacksonville, Pensacola sonville, but the remaining or finishIng $%5.00 per head; chlMren under six In an and Manager Andrews say they years and even then .t the will of the
One thing wa noticeable In the stir Tampa. Under the proposed act. the work,. remain to be done. This years of age to be transported>> free of I will not ell an acre of It for less than Governor, for he mar choose to disregard ,
{r ring scene that preceded the Legislative same amount of liquor would be dis will consist of the placing of Immense cost $30.AU the voice of the people u expressed -
-. caucus on the Id; that was the tributed. It la, therefore, difficult to granite blocks upon tie foundation the land of the Railroad Company through the primary. r J*
1, absence of personal bitterness and the see what good an this can do the tem- material and the building! up of the I 'BORING- PARTY GETS AWAY. I the Canal Company and the Boston Were the office of Judge of the criminal IV
'obliteration of factional lines. Men : perance cause. It la, however, not at Jetty above the high water mark. ft Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co. court elective It might b* plausibly -
of an shades of opinion were to .be an difficult to eee wherein It would Injure This stone will come from South has been Increased to $15 an acre and held that the tenure ft an appointment
found In both the Trammel and the our own State by transferring Carolina by rail and to accommodatethe Another step forward in the build. as noon as the drainage work la com upon creation of such a court to-
Gilchrist ranks, and thl* fact U one wholesale ,trade from the above mentioned car here and facilitate the unloading ins of the proposed exterslnn lOr the pleted In the fall It will go to at least Dade county would extend only until ,'
'which augurs well for the success of cities to Savannah Mobile, etc, of It onto barge to be towedto F. E. C. Ry.. via tbe keys West and Inland taken $::!O.I the next election. But it Is not elec, k

the Broward administration ill of which will doubtless strike the the JeU1, the F. E. C. n,. now ha waterway when to Key Engineer, was Pusen- I : lira It I* appointive, whether at thet

t Even the old J. N. C. Stockton rank Unprejudiced observer as rather lame a force of men at work laying a spur bury Monday and party of surveyors and help I. CONFEDERATE VETERANS MET. Inauguration or during the life of the
were broken for this occasion 'The and intemperate logic. track, or switch, in the terminal yardto got away on the F. E.C. launch tender court and the constitution prescribe
9 only J.N.C. was close behind Ex. Senator The proposition to tax the franchises the wharf south of the coal bins, for the keys where they will take up I( And Arranged to Celebrate Confederate that the person appointed a* judge .

Plrrong. while, young Judge Bryan of all foreign corporations doing and which will run about flush with I their! .!>! eon the b uit'bllUull..11 b i Memorial Day on April 26. shall continue In office for four years,
of .JacltIonTfDe,'one of the com business In this State has been made the dock so that the rock can easily while conducting Iwrat is known unless, he dies, resigns or run away'
lug men of the State, had his coat oft .before but never before In such a wayas be dumped. l i "brine operations." I There was never a more solid quiet Even wets an Incumbent to Jo eitherof
General its merits. The This of work III mila, and straightforward set of men gath these things his successor appointed -,
and his sleeve rolled up for to emphasize proposition is evidence that the work on 1hee will consist 0
: Gilchrist. Former Governor Jennings is based upon the theory that the Jetty is to be resumed at an early Ii the drill)"? of a well, except that the lered together than those old veterans by the Governor, would hold once M'
wa early on the ;scene and threw the most valuable item In tho outfit date though the exact time has not drill will remove bodily the 'IU.. compose Tlge Anderson Camp i I until the next session of the Legislature "
hi* entire weight and,Influence-and of any corporation "Is Its franchise been announced and which, in connection soil from the, hole made, and from C. V. which. met at the headquarters I' and continuously thereafter for'
at no man has more-:into the scale for since this includes the right to eEIst.1 with the arrival of the new which it will be determined to |"-lwhat j of the adjutant In this city last four consecutive years unless
the .man-from Punta Cords J. M. operate and exercise the: dipper dredge; makes it certain that rf-rri* "H,,,!!,. or "1''"'''' I'll. will Saturday for the purpose of arranging the Senate should sit down on"th i'
y Barrs. though he remained quietly at eminent domain." These great work, in these lines will be more than leave to be driven .t various place for I fur the cel< oration of Decoration Day Govern appointment In that event, >
.q home in Jacksonville, Is also believed ations pay taxes upon their corpor.1 lively during the summer. ,, the nji| >rt.of tic" trt bile aid ru..t- jon' April :c. the Governors first pet would go by: try
't to have.been a Gilchrist man. I I machinery etc., and wfcat not,. work. I A communication was received from the I board and he would have to send
Upon previous occasions General advocates of this bill upon their franchises NEW TRAIN SCHEDULES.The '. Tne most of :th.. boring it i I. tsid, the chapter of the Daughters of the In the name of another.
i.s :Gilchrist had gone ,;'to Tallahassee unrepcred -upon the privilege that Includes ; will he conducted for the; j.ret't ttplxoft I Confederacy mating that they would I Tho only restriction upon the Governor a
;i where tie company will have to gladly i cooperate with Tlge Anderson In than matter of appointmentsto .
: for the fray. Upon this occasion all other privileges? following Is the latest train .
m however, hejwas[ fully prepared That any web reaching measure schtiiun- announced by the Florida hiild draw rr'rtsei: in order that n.n I.i l i- I'! Camp In the observance of the day j'I I office, is the win of the Senate .
fully equipped.. Tho lack of prepare. is certain to meet with opposition Is East Coast Railway: i gatl.-n "" 'I"r;lx otiftrurted A' d thedepth I an4 Col. Williams. Capt. Jaudoiu Commander 'I!and an appointment made by him to

tlon was all on the other eld Neither I(I clear. That it will be pushed to the Leaving northbound Train .No.78 ,I to witch ; the! foundations willIse I :May were appointed as a committco j'I the judgeship of a newly establisheds
r Watson nor Plrrong had any adequate '" cad. be it bitter or otherwise. Is i at 5:23 a. m., and No. 9S at 7:20:: p.D. .,' in b. I>u'k.iII be front determined which. en-the I to make proper arran..::. ments. ..crin-ical court: of record .for Dade
iv- organization. Both, however had advisers i equally certain, and I am In a post I Southbound arriving Train ,No.99 tiretl b) the alu depth hrinKK'p'Oil that it Hon. P. B. Palmer of Orlando, has |i I county if approval by the Senate.,

to burn, and the latter In per tlon to announce that there will be at 6:35: i, m. and No. :, at 11:15 p.m. t.i liorlntr kn.< al.t.11 vn will lurri-b a rul>..Uii- :accepted an Invitation to deliver an j I II would hold for the succeeding! four
I I' address, and the I Daughters of the I i I years Such an appointment l : ,-llcular. would have done well to have "something doing" In this direction On the Homestead extension train N-d. wo
t "I l Imildlns 1
P burned, some of the advise. Both remained ,I before the Ides of June. ..Ulleave here at CMS in the morning 'I In- ,tlli.-eupyret.'ral; t weelii..Ui. Confederacy will arrange for some I not bo Clllng; a ncancr.'for no court
: too long tn.".the race, and neither Taken altogether, the session of and return at & o'clock In the afternoon r 'ported, hut it will be the final work j special features for the occasion \.exlrts In which* a vacancy could occur.It : .
soved out of the wreck what might 1905 promises well and from present boor"r.1>.. a<'lnal l building of the road ,' could not be ad Interim because
have been saved, ;had wiser counsel Indications the Legislature is one from These schedules go Into effect to d..ItIDS. Fifth Aotenue'n. East Side. '\'thtre: ts no complete term to be filled.
prevailed which some solid and enduring work morrow morning at 12:01 o'clock, and I! New York. April 8.-Sixteen tbou-I'I The appointment wool be d. novo,,, h.
Some of these imperfectly inspired may be expected. will be continued until further notice .. CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD. sand babies have been born In and its longevity would; be that fixed 1;
( York within the last four months The by the constitution of the State.
of
prophets who hang about the edges A Lobbyist I *: 'r 1
politics In this State, tell tft that this I Proceedings In County Court. Petitions For and Against Now Flood- figures from the health department Therefore, it 1* but Just that herN
session I I lug ti,. County. show leas thin ten babies were bornon people should be consulted: firs t,
is to be the dullest on re Senator C. M. Brown, of Ocala but I .
Dade
K cord." t cannot'see! It In that light, engaged In business In Miami. Is placidly The only cases before the county I Fifth Avecue. The heaviest birth to the need of such a court in y'
and already see much to confirm me occupying his seat in the Senate I court yesterday afternoon were three About the most absorbing topic rate I* on the East Side near Division county and secondly If deemed necessary I

ye.' in my opinion that the Legislativeeestion and transacting business therein, perrons from the lower part of the throughout the county at present Is street u to the personal of those who ,
of 1905 Is likely to be one of while Dr. BasUn. the executive committee county charged with doing business the question of whether or not the are to conduct It.
the warmest ever seen In a Warm successor Is busy trying, toget without a license. All pleaded guilty. people want a criminal court of record Among those who are moving for Justice
State. him out The question of Just who Two were fined the nominal sum of and the supporters for and peace moat effectively I* a modest old
In the first place the Everglade the seat rightfully belong has not yet II and cost of court and the fine of against are reported active in their man named Oyama.EARTHQUAKE Mrs Helen Harcourt In a late Issubf .- S;

proposition la likely to consume much been decided, though If the old saying the other was remitted, a* they secured canvasses. o the Sunny South has a description z zof
r* time. and ere we are through with it that possession Is nine point of the I license about the time tho information From reliable Information it Is DESTROYS LODGE. Florida' kaolin and its posslbtlltles-
Nr much red fire may be burned In Its low It look like Mr. Brown U really was filed against them. The learned that written jxUjis 're being -; She says that It is far superior to that !4
heap "If :!court: w d !...J a special venire of f/ c.rculated In every portion of the la the Viceroy of India-Lsdy Cur- found In New Jersey and Is far motw- 1,

1, ; The temperance movement is already ,0 I(twelve Jurors to be summoned 10 serve county; one for signatures favoring I xefl'a Room Damaged. accessible and the pottery at Trenton;
t wen binder way and the agitation President Roosevelt say: 1 haw I during court next week. The court such an Institution and requesting the N. J., which owns most of the Florida
t for a uniform system of textbooks left Tan sitting on the lid keeping .IWas then adjourned until next Monday enactment of a bin by the Legislature Simla. India April S.-Th1ce- kaolin. 1* now turning out a ware tar-
may eventually lead to a battle down the Santo Domingo matter. : morning. ; I![creating the i same, and! the other in Geral Lodge here has been declared surpassing the ordinary china. Four
royal between the great book publishing Secretary' Taft Is heavy enough to :I I .opposltlqo ijy reference to the West unsafe as a result of the earthquake grades of brick are also manufactured t
concerns of Our beloved country' bold the lid down; he weighs ever 300 i i G Herb Palln bas succeeded Walter !'''Palm Beafn column of the Metropolis and Lady Curzon. wife of the Viceroy from Kaolin and It Is becoming a larg
Two bills providing for a uniform pounds, and he has a level teal With I!I Graham as editor ana manager of ,today it will be seen that the people and the Viceroy General's staff have factor in the State I development r.
system of text )books have already Roosevelt and Hay absent, he is now (he DeSoto County News, and will en- 'of that place are taking: much Interest !moved Into two houses within the rl. Harcourt.say that the prepsk
been introduced- McCrcary In not only Secretary of War but Sec: j I[,ideavor to keep it at the same high .In the issue with the exprc-uli n thai .Lodge rroun'1. Lady Curzon's ttdrooc.I ntinn of this beautiful'hlte clay for :-
r, the Senate; the; Johnston bill in the rctary of State and practically acting ''mark It was raised br his accomplished the majority of them are walnut th'establishment mioniildin My damaged. Th- !I'* final destination In the tI'arketa .''
fi. House The latter provides for a series President In fact he is pretty near-1 predecessor. If he succeeds his of such a tribunal I i1'Da1e ,hocks have LOW erased and the rest I ...f the world Is fall-of lnterelt.- of county test book commlssloas.M.Fi ly the whole thing. tI:1nlO:1 will hare been well doc \' county. !lefts of Simla are reassured. Banner. -.h
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t. : ...... _; i r _. I 1 I such a position but be did know that chises. J. II. Tatum though! that asa I'( '

: vv-' PROPOSITION MADE his clients cre. lie told of the work mailer of priority aid as it was a Spec. Real Estate Bargains

i.1.-.f of the Tatums In upbuilding and de :> ". II Known fact that when he and! oth-

TfIc Profssionsw --tloj/mc Miami: how they had labored j i rs built tin' brldh"e l acme s ih' rmr

untiringly In the Interest of the i i ..nn Tw< ifth at-.'e'. the> wire do? UNIMPROVED. GROVES

1.! ,. f....... '. 'I i. BY B BIBI TATUM city had built a bridge across th' I, i"i? It for iho purpose of ultimately 40 acres pine and hammock en 10 acres, 5 year old trees, 1,000 t
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I {.. \..,i : .,.;.') I Ii i Miami ricer second to none in the milling a street car line, that bo Miami River .. .. .. .93.600.00 trees 830 bearing .......$5,000.00

lir i | State In construction and credibility. I h'jtisht his company should have the 10 acres land .. :... .? .5tf 000 5 .acres, 6 yar.otd trees tiouM
.::-'attez'noa der: I ..r.oeit I ISttEPIEQ and had of't..nt'tup a new suburb thai rut ronl>hl.-ratlon. lie IoU of the 350 trees bearing "".. ..*3. 0OM
acres land ... ... .. ... ..JSOCUXJ +
ATTORNEYS AT LA\V. i i promised to be one of the best portions I nil'!I as of roads in Riverside and of |i.I"22: 20-acre 2-year-old grov ......$340000
of the city. bo other work done there In further- acres pine and .prairie on broom house, S acres land 300 t
Will prftoace la all coon*.gtareand.der ; .. .. ..
.railroad .. ... .$ OO.QO
Brown'president ) of the I'I bananas, 200
lpee1a1tat'UW..ror ,}I land TlUN.l'O.an237.. I Mr. Price in a Convincing Argument -' the Fort Dallas National Bank, and W. Prout favored the Tatum I'I '

Mtai 1. PU.Offlw I i j'j'I one of the petitioners, be spoke briefly | franchise, but found one or two points IMPROVED FARMS

f.:. ? T. SKAGGS. MJC.. I Outlines the Company'sAims because It was unnecessary. Ills work !' 'tu the ordinance that could be taken I I.idtantage 20.acres 4-room house servant noose. 400 trees, 150 bearing en rock

;I: Red i! and Plans. In the interest of Mlairl was too well ': .' of though he dM not be-1 I I road, on time.......T7T......... .. .. ...... ...... .....UOOOM
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'J with Crow nxratry.BeitdeiMe 'I !ie>e there such I' 8 acres of pine and
street i known to demand discussion. The were any intentions hammock set In trees pineapples, eta fine

i I.N coner u.J4Ua I filth party to the franchise petition, and simply mentioned them as I land on time ............. .. .... .................. S1JOOM.

1';. MIAMI 1 j FLORIDA. 1 Mr. C. C. Gery, of Reading, Pa., Mr. hou hts that occurred to him. lie 35 acres, 10 under cultivation.200) bearing t,..... 7-room house

JT. M. JACKSON JK. WATSON ORDINANCE Price said!, was no less able to i thought the franchise should be granted. on rock road near R, R.... .... .. ...... ........t3vOOQOI,
I QR. I I1f I fulfill! his part of the contract than the j I 30 acres land pine and prairie, water front 1,500 trees small

orncx: i j i it WAS REJECTED others, and for the benefit of the This ended the discussions and upon I j I house, bargain ............ :.. ...... .....t ............t2.HOO.80
ell those h> 'I motion the council went into I
F'riOT&L> BlSCAYNE t.ocnAu.D |I and present < read coun-I executive !

: FWBIDA.4 !I lowing from the Reading session to consider the matter. :
). : \r".t. I THE TATUM ORDINANCE WAS REFERRED BullcMn: I I lair an hair or more iner...anls the I FIRE: : :ITSURANCE: l

DL LE.CHlE7DENTJST. TO THE ORDINANCE 'Mr. Albert A, Grry. of Reading, has doors were reopened and the following Only the beet comrnniM rvprmvntv here are nome of ..ii.m.I.h..r" .
FOR AMENDMENTTHE boon chosen! prf'sl'nt! of the United motion offered by Mr. Reilly and c
COMMITTEE ,,,, '
tat seconded ) I..tM..n A <;l<>bIn.nramx (to. of North
by Mr.VilsoD.. lead Anrr'ca. '
WILt
States Crick Company capital 13.000.- : nr.mu
t' PROCEDURE.After Fat d orirnt. New Yurt
LJuderwntere
Office: U Sewell Dui1.iaJ. m Twelfth (HrlfrU) H.novrM .. o Ailianee34D
"Resolved That the
M tat' StMIAMI. 000. i This Important enterprise will proposed ordinance -

r1.FLOfWA.. P81 ttiLsh; hrlcV plant in various sections : of U. B. Tatum and) others fora S. I. :
JO.El.
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the reading of two lengthy to proJuce brick of the same fctrcit railway franchise be referred

H.F.. ATKINSON, proposed ordinances from opposing high; standard and under the sane successful :, 'o the committee on rules end ordlnancis j Rout EJstcitoA.son.oy ,

;' ATTORNE'i! LAW.r parties Interested in the securing of a process as IsTow In full operation I i far amendment!
Je7 franchise on and over the "Resulted further That tho proposed I.
the of
'J peed atrennou kIVrD aD0azamluath. street car in the plants the Montelio I.I i
I'IIbllt' III'.011I.f .TUlea.xot.ry e.Omer streets of Miami a thorough discussion Brick Company, whose enormous out ordinance of J. \\'. Watnou and ) ) g3 j.

: ID B1I1141111. the and a lengthy exec- oibtra be rejected." I
.lew.q of same put Is now fully recognized as the

MIAMI I FI..oRIDADB. nthe session lasting nearly two hours highest and best grade of brick produced Tim ended the present chapter InMla.nlr. '

the city council at a few minutes be in this country. proposed street car service.
.. W. S. GKAMI4HO, DI.E.-.a.1WI: : : 'lAffJ
11 fore 12 o'clock last night acceptedthe The business career of Mr. Gory

proposition of B. B. Tatum and CIGAR FACTORY ENTERPRISE. ..
P PHYSICIAN awn Sc e&ox.OPPICB affords, without doubt one of the very
associate and rejected that of J. W.
IK MIAMI TsLxrnoxi B'Lmo. best illustrations of the wonderful possibilities Mr. 3. O. Eiseadrath. of the firm of i

t Hoars from V a. m.to 4 p. m. I I Watson The acceptance and others.of the Tatnm proposal and open ability to In young the men business of integrity life- Eiscndrath Bros., the third largest el ,Is rapidly!, going to the front as the leading '
manufacturer
gar of Chicago lit.
MIAMI. <, F'GILLESPIE I however, was not as presented, ,
of this country. Mr. Gery is now at spent yesterday in Miami in confer city in South Florida. Everybody
: nor it the sense or expression: :
was
ENLOE, Dentist I of the council that the ordinance become the combined head of capital three corporations 1s whose nee with Messrs. Tatum and Brown' is going to Miami. Now is the time to8ecure'
$10,000,000, including
l but that It !regarding the establishment of a cigar choice location
OmCX HODES: a law as presented the presidency of the Consolidated here in a either for busi-
factory
+ CO A.K.ID' M P H.omCX accordance with
:: roles
be referred to the committee (Ill
IB FrlMell BuUdinx.SIS* 1Kb St.KUIUJUtCK. Hardware Co., of Reading their proposition made to the city in ness or residence. Choice locations in
9* .KB 8L.MM Boulevard and ordinances for amendment. What those capital is 3000000."
MIAMI. FLORIDA. : these amendments will be were not connection with the granting of a the city for sale by : : : : : : : ,
fl : Mr. Price then dwelt upon the propositions street car franchise.Mr. .
stated but from the discussion of the
MABTZNB,L D; of the ordinance submittedby Eisendraih was well pleased
H.w. two bills previous to the secret session
; the amendments his clients. He told of the'building with Miami in every particular and FORT DALLAS LAND
Eonopath.at; I it Is probable that CO.
of the bridge across the Miami river the probabilities are that an arrange
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WiABlOmo: Yea D.p.at.ell AT* C Intended are simply to make
ns Bonn">.4 ..m. certain and of the offer of the Messrs. Tatumto ment-will be made with hi. firm to

a Beard. visa AVD MIAMI more explicit and definite a give It to the city, and said that It i locate here as well as several others tar
of the petitioners -
FlcIIDA.JOHx few of the propositions
that technically carried Indeflnlteness. opened up a gateway to new and valuable i for whom he is also looking out locations. Call on Or

So 7UDU1CX, territory, and that unless ac- He thinks that there are ai 70f32S J3. n II..I.Y. S.E.: ISTC+RA> 3A 1I..C r

CIVIL ENGINEER The meeting was attended by a full cepted by the city that.tat must flees least a half dozen large mannfactnr Agent. Fort Vice-Prea., Fort Dallas

AND SURVEYOR.t board of aldermen and a large gathering sarily be forced to buy it or build another ers who will locate In Miami with Dallas Land Co., Miami. Fla. Land Co., St. Augustine,FIa

', ottI7 robtHS for State at Lart Partinilar who assembled In In a few years. A comparison him should he conclude to do so. He
of citizens
Attention r<*ci>to Hub-DivUuiS Large J'rKtwo .
between the :
Inducements offered by
+ timer over roatoffli. j; view of the fact that a number of Im says that all the larger concerns of
| FLORIDA. his clients and the opposition was .
s MIAMI. portant measures were to be considered rhe country who make clear Havana
drawn and he recited figures to show cigars; are looking toward Florida
R. and the session prove an Interesting -
.S. JUCHKONl1.l one. In neither fact were.they that the latter's proposition of 1 percent and all that Miami needs Is to get 1iWI4

ss gross receipts, providing the the started here
REAL E ATE. disappointed and the meeting will industry and others
CRAJT company did a business of $50.00 per will follow. m it
CENT PcnitiMe '_ANO COMPANY go down as one of the most Interesting
TS Ji.rTARYPUBLIC8TATK in the history of the council of the. day for five years would enrich the Mr. Eisendraih. rays that the Inducements Ln-Ic .zA REL.

AT. LARUEJUTLEB t FLORIDA. City of Miami of 190V05. city but fifty cents per day during necessary to pet the first I toi y.v 1 e
,
this Umex He showed that the Ta will have ra
q The business started off In the ron factory to be quite liberal I -

H. P. BRA/WING/ tine manner, but after proceeding for tum promoters by building, or causing but the promoters at the street carcompany ', T/ / 'a ::I
to be built a cigar factory, at some l&
realism when )
Attmey W CMsefcrrrwevt some time a motion prevailed that a they were proposing j yr Vl If4fli4'L ; !l ;
suspension be made and the matterof place within a radius of five miles of to establish the industry here .
AtMIIoI II Gkemas bfcrtsc : the city, and employing 100 hands -
that It would them
cost large of
4 a street car tranchlae be taken a sum C I ,
Dee State KM*
tasty go
daily would the Oo J3 k44&ffi.
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on. cause expenditure In money to da so., and they- caned to
'Wet Palm Beach | Florida wages of $90,000 a year, or In thirty S.
e ;: carry out their pledge to the city.
Mr. M. D. Price, attorney for Mr. :::s ., ... I .
years 2700000. His clients bad been The very fact that they have already t- /jJ ,
Tatum and associates, then presentedthe II-
JAMES T.3AHDIES, ordinance his clients proposed for the first to make application for the begun the negotiations! with Mr. ao ..t.: kr ..Jy: f.fb"1J:
ATTORNEY AND adoption and It was read by acting franchise and that therefore they 1 Elsendrath shows that they Intend to S -'- / ._
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COUNSELOR. AT LAW.OBtacrrlal clerk Hnddleston. The ordinance and should receive first consideration, lOBO no time In getting the work underway 7 J '- Ls a. ..C.'. .. even though an opposition offered and It looks if the
I : and Reel Eftat* Law. An lorPMeUty proposition accompanying It were the as cigar business '
I and Dvroalt Co, "--.Md. same as previously presented the provisions equally inviting inducements. Farther would be Inaugurated and ready 2CO .l. -.l- ta
femes nr WATOIT BLACK. Lock Box JMIAUL than this Mr. Price discussed '(I to begin its distribution of large yiLCifI; b
of which the public are familiar "
| FLORIDA. with,except that It defined the each and every Inducement offered for I weekly pay-rolls by the time or before 3 lt

MITCHELL D. PRICE, route of the car line u follows: On the securing of the franchise and closed the street car line can be constructed <
by saying that he believed .
they 7d J4
Twelfth
street through the city; Avenue
ih .Attorney at Law' and. Solicitor D from northern city limts to were Intended and tended to the Governor Hoch says that his 111&-1

d greatest good of the city. gestion to christen the ,
in 'Cbancer1.1IIee Twentieth street; on Brlckell avenue battleship
Mr. McCrimmon Drake Produce Ox. Miami, Jandotn: Bros., Miami. ba
and along the Cocoanut Grove road to replying said that sas with a bottle of oil rreally a Brown & Moodrv Perrine.
: 8akhenslda. KrUll. ru I Tweedell Rros. Cutler.
the
bridge the other
city limits, south; on Avenue D from parties offered I Joke. Still Kansans are trot' in a mood | A. J. Hukkev, Little River.
U IL O. Hallandale.Stranahan .
W. C. MAYNARD, Twelfth street to the passenger de- the city ho bad figured would cost i to make "light of old." If It is UM I i'Standard' K.1 Jo:. McDonald & Co., Falford SjoHtrnm..
; 1 pot; on Avenue C to the northern the city the sum of $34,000 in thirty brand. T. M. Richard, lk>ca Raton & Co., Ft. Lauderdale.

limits; First street from Avenue C years. He did cot know what building : I M. G. Ljrniao. Lantana. Boynton & Parker, Uojnton.

to Front avenue, and thence down 1 I! inducements but that they his would company build would over ;; Call OX3. "U.S ; LOOK FOR THE LABEL'FREDK. t
something;
the north side of the river to Twelfth : |
they had 'not thought It I
street; Avenue Q from northern city necessary I
to put that in the ordinance. So \Ve want description of! *
far
JEWELER Arm ;OPTICIAI' limits! to Twelfth street; on west side a.

Perfect fitting, easy!wearing glasaes I of. the river to a connection with the I as a bridge went, his company would I your real,;cstatc for sale. S. MORSE,
erect one over the river at Avenue G
are a irrrat comfort. With our extensive : line on Twentieth street; on Fourteenth i
appantull and large .xpoon..n street from Avenue D to the and give It to the city the next day. Wo want a description of
there U no jrura. work. Price reasonable. Mr. B. B. Tatum then
addressed the
We repair Watches, Clocks, bay, around Boulevard Park and backto your houses for rent. REAL ESTATE ;F FOmces
council
briefly. He said that the
Jrwerlj and Spectacle. A portion of Twelfth street It Is also contem two I
your trade asked for.]. located on ,Ay.a. plated to extend ,the line from life parties had met with the council committee We want:to showjyou; some
D between 12th and ISth SU. to which the franchises had np stairs Cor. A"a. C and IS tb St.
northern limits to Little bargains if want to
city River, I you i

.Y. W..r..eJ.'rllil'C. MAYNARD cntdoAta OvttelMPMENTS and Cocoanut from Grove the southern and beyond.city limits to they been ,bad referred agreed for to a appear report before and that the ,'I I buy anything in our line. Miami. Dade Co.. Florda.

the council last night, and that one or the t. We want to show
Following reading of the Tatum you our

t I ordinance came that of J. W. Watsonand franchise other of them then. should He insisted be granted that such the j j I list of house! to rent.'e AGENT OR LANDS OF";

others, it also being Identically I .Florida East Coast Railway Co. I1
be the action of the council his
the same as previously read and with as I \\ sell houses' (
j on easyterms. j
I { desires Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co.
rf..Mly .r PEE HCTUMNCD. which provisions the public are likewise company to go to work as I

r _isnear_".".'bend._lOUd 110&<.&.vhalo._>r iluttk&.weTMCtOWMT. lormnncmmT acquainted. i I soon as possible and have the road Let usjshow you. ;i Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co.Now .
-a.w.t a p. uut7. I running by next winter. '
MU autaeu =* all The reading of the ordinances, \\ e sell-farms on terms to !
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am. etula*! ttmnk W. ADWCB. Councilman Wharton asked Mr. ** i
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YtSaaaoua.VIADC-WMM..Ft*. which occupied considerable time
,a MOna and COPVUONTp torah alimentOppo I..having been I Tatum when his company would be suit., c, Come and see us. ''
finished Mr. C. T. Mc-
.lt. U. S. Patent Offloo, I I
WAS WtNOTOw, o. C. Crlmmon, representing the Interest of I i[ factory.Mr.ready to. build and operate the cigar \Ye sell or exchange;; every-1 i is the Time

)[r. Watson and others, spoke brieflyIn |
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support of their claim for the fran- Ii| Tatum replied that he was not thing in the :

chise. lIe said prepared to cay definitely, but that the ,
that their I
proposition company was in the venture bus- ;'' Real Estate Line :
had been clearly stated In the ordinance j as a i To Plant Orange Trees
I ness and that the factory would be
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I i
Just read; he believed it fair
and to the best Interest of the city I built as soon es possible! -probably & l and Grape Fruit
I
KILL THE COUCH within a year.Several CooleY HornerlHas
and asked that it be accepted and the
AM CURE THE LUNCS franchise granted.Mr. I others discussed the fran-
Also Rose Bushes for \Vinter BloomingAnd fl
PrIce followed for the Tatum

WITH Dr. King'sNew ( petitioner He was more definite, explicit .Stood The Test 25 Years I all other ornamental trees and shrubs
*and convincing In his
remarks
i I Please call or write for descriptive catalogue and other
| and was followed with Interest by all
Discovery i information.
present In granting this franchise he Grove's I

flONSUMPTIOIIOUCS1a said that there were several thing to
FOR .'': 8 F..iT 1.00 be considered. One of which was the I GRIPPING BROS GO. -

f position and ability of the petitionersto

Burst THBOAT and and Quickest LOTTO CUre TROUBLXS ior ail. carry out the provisions of the franchise Tasteless. Chill Tonic POMONA NURSERIESMain

or KOITET BACK they sought. He would not say office Nursery Office,

that the opposition parties were not to No.cw'e-No.Psy. so cents.Y IJ I, Cor. Ave C and 12th St.,.op stair Little Rim Fla.



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Avenue A to D. This matter also of railroad operated within tha State :I I ocooocoooocccooooooocooocrt Blue to Jasper Madison for HO. lot 17
t NEW C1TYICHRTERt brought up discussion, the point being: I TO lEGAliZE I of Florida. Ii LEGAL PAPERS FILED 8 block 3 south Mangonia.
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where such sewer, be drained. Mr. Sec. 4. That the line of railroad Warranty deed. IL Price-Williams
Frederick as city engineer, staled that from tbe mainland to the Island of Key and wife to S. M. Crimea For 125.00sw
it could be led Into the Avenue D EXTENSION Rest shall be held and considered for Ij Commissioner's deed John R RMlly 1-1 of ne 1-4 of nw- 1--1 cr suction: S r
'VA5 NOT 'READTO a aQ j I newer. This settled the matter and it THE ; the purpose of assessment of taxes and II. E. Tuttle to Peter Ravenhtll township 51 south of range 41 east
Ibe: same as If it had been built on I for 1773 lot 9. block 140. port, MiatiL also e 1.: of se 1-& of mrt of nw 1-4 J
I advertis-ed, he mainland and at no greater ex I Quitclaim deed Henry E. Tutee and of section 3, township C4 south, rang
Q COUNCil The finance committee bad no report pense.Sec.. wife to Peter Ravvnhall fur S=, etc<< 41 east, and part of nw 14 of sect
to make! but upon solicitation ofMr. 5. That In fixing or changing 'lot 9. block 110 north, MlamL township 64 south, range 41 east.
Of the F, E. C. R'y., From the :the rates for freight and to 13.
Lumtaus as to the present !finan : passage Warranty deed May E. and John Warranty deed. J. W. and Luvenla .
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",.I I f da condition of the city., he was in- Mainland to Kew_West. I be charged by the corporation con Lowe to George B. Gcllen for $200 8 Erickson to W. B. Thomas for $85 lot
,formed that there Is now a treasurer's 'structing said line of railroad from the acres in the ne 1-4 of ne 1-& of section I:::. block 7 of sub-division of IN 1-4 of
balance of JC.027.07:! on hand with a mainland of Florida to the Island of nw 1-4. section 36 south r
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Will be Printed and Given to I" 2G, township 53 south range 41 eat. township ,
Key West, it shall be the duty of the
collectable amount of $1.380.50 Council.and the Public in standing. Much has boon said and written :i Railroad Commission of this State to .Clara A. O'Rellly for $5. etc. lots I, i. deed J. W. and LuvenlaErickson
f tsr This, with a few other minor communications 'consider the actual rout of construction :3:. 4, 5. C. 7, 8, 1', and 10, block 74, ill- to Estella Williams 'Tor $Sb +
gi Concise Form. brought the meeting up about the extension of the F. E. C. Ry.from i of the entire line of road lying awL lot 11. block 12 of subdivision of se 1-4

f I to the franchise matter, after the disposition the lower Florida coast across I within the State of Florida owned by. I' Warranty deed David R. and ElizaBeth of nw 1of section 36. township S3 ti
of which the building committee ,the numerous water expanses and i he corporation constructing said road : Keys to W. A. Hobbs for |73v south, range 41 cast. 'a4'
T' on the new city hall reported that keys to Key West, but In no one Instance from the mainland to Key Vest and part'"of Be 1-4 of se 1-4 of seclbn 3:1: Warranty deed. J. J. and Aimee E. ly
t Other ,than the utter of acting it had examined into the matter carefully nave the executive officials of he bonded indebtedness per mile and !, township 54 south range 41 east: also Lawrence to Howard Parry for ,700'
wpm a street art franchise, an account and had decided to recommendthat to fix such rates for freight and passage e 1.2 of lots 3 and 4 of subdivision of I. se 1-& of ne 1-& cf section 36. township re-:;
of which I in another the city employ a home architectto the road made a positive admissionthat as will not prevent the corporation sw 1-& of section 31 township 54 south. 53 south, range: 41 east, less 5 acres J '
appears this after- design the plans because he could such a plan was on foot, though .I constructing said line of road ,range II east Warranty J. J. Lawrence and Almee wt
of the Me ropolls I
column
s be convenient to the work, and because facts before the eyes and informationfrom ''I.from earning the Interest on Its bond Deed F. E. C. Ry. to F. H. Chcsebt. Lawrence to Charles Parry for $3.000
moon, the meeting >f the city council the city could get a better building : subordinates gate food and material .ed Indebtedness, not exceeding S percent ,for S12S e 1-2 of e 1,2 of ne 1-4 of nw lots Ii, 15. and It, block 8. north )II- '7
last night wasp < uctive of much interest on account of his presence and for discussion and much writing per annum, and a sinking fundof 1-4 of section 32, township 47 south ami. as
and several-important transactions supervision<< of the work at all times thereon. 3 per cent per annum; Provided range 43 castWarranty I Warranty dead J. W. Ewaa to +
mainly among which was that bile ondcr progress The recommendation That advantages to Florida would i the bonded Indebtedness of said! corporation I deed, N. A. Richards etaL. James R. Steers for $10 lot J. la sec
r of progress on the Dew. city charter. was adopted. follow In the rake of direct communications I doe. not exceed the actual to Sylvester Burd for ISO e 2 5 of tlon :8, township M south, range 41
+ la this there was some disappointment The report of the street superintendent with the mainland to Key i cost of construction operating and In 1-: ofnw1-4otawl-4ofawl-4of east.
in that city :[attorney Atkinson for work done in March, was received West, which, on account of Its geographical I equipping its line of railroad. And. section 4, township 46 sooth, range 41 I Quit-claim deed J. W. Ewaa to J.
having the preparation of the Mine in and filed. portion. the nearest deepwater i I provided further, that the rate of j R. Steers for 110 part of nw 1-4 of aw .
reported that the ordinance had Then followed the auditing of the port in line between the AtlantIc freight and passage shall not exceed 'eastWarranty deed; Clara M. Babcock to ,11-4 of o'ctlon 28. township (4 south,
been prepared, but at the same time March pay-roll and current bills after and Pacific Oceans Is unquestionedand the maximum: rate In force up to tbe I'(Sylvester Burd for 1750 a 1-2 of n I.:! range 41 eastWarranty y
presenting a resolution dispensinghand which adjournment was in order.Mpmeorcn It has been foretold for some time 1st of April. 1905 and recognized ana +'of sw 1of section 4. township 46 deed/Gus sad Alice H.
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vita Its reading and ordering thee that the plan Is feasible, and that the.cst7uCticn authorized by the Florida Kallroad 'south, range 43 east I I Blue to Rosa Allen ror $10 lot 13. of ?"

;e __ ....;__ vv... ... ..._..,_,_ ... : L4k'D3.! : : I i.f the road will be under I Commission, until such time as the i' Warranty aped, Townl..y Bf,.. to block 4, south. Manjronla.
form previous to the next regular taken. I said corporation shall be earning a ''Uarwn( C. Boyce for $1, etc, lots 1* :I Warranty deed. E. O. Painter Fertilizer -
meeting at which |kt will be read. If the report of Mr. Walter Wai din, The first authentic Information 'I profit exceeding 6 per cent on Us and J6, block 83 north MlamL. : Co. to Ida J. Dangherty for $U'etc y

y I, Many had expected the, ordinanceread backed up by_the expressions of two however, herring directly upon the bonded indebtedness, and a sinking I j Warranty deed L. E. 11111 to Louis .. Iota 10 and 11. of block B, town
and In reply that done. Mr. Atk neon replied that it such Li proposed, conus from as hereinbefore provided. M Warranty deed, Simeon. Brinsoa and
the belief of various others well
was np to the co ncll, but that It as Tallahassee, and Is In the shape of a To Keep Books Open. Warranty deed John Q. and W-l'by 11. IL Brlnson to W. L Hnffstetter for
would take about three hours This versed In the quality of land, then that bin introduisd In the House by IX Sec 6. That the corporation con 0 Y 1IIf1laU to Darld W. Riley! for |IO lots 11 and 12. block 115. town of z

'- ended the question then and there Inundated territory lying fee miles Crill. of Put Jam, and which" provHes! structing said line of railroad from the 111 ii50'os 2 and 3, of section 22, township Delray.Quitclaim..
- aDd Mr. Atkinson'i resolution to bare west of Miami and approaching closely for the construction of a railroad from mainland of Florida to the Island of r.) south. range s: outV. deed. Louisa and JohnW.
It printed first pn,Tailed. to the south forks of, the Miami the malnlatd of Florida along the Key West shall at all times keep their \ "nac-.y deed GUI and Allw ". Prow to Drucllla McConnlck: for
The rest of the 1 msiness of pie evenIng Florida keys to Key West, the follow books open to the Inspection of the I '1J c to Heberr-ii lk"II.'ll for 110. ht $10, etc, part of se 1-4 of sw 1-4 section
river Is among the most fertile of soils
was routine and was of such magnitude ing of which Is a full text: Railroad Commission, or their duly au- cf Work f, town, of Soirh Mai- :1, township 54 south, range 41
;* that It was* well after midnight in the United States A bill to be entitled an act to encourage thorized agent or representative, gtntiYarmnty: east
f when the final adjournment came.A This fact was discussed and made and secure the construction of, shoving the actual cost of construction ,iced Jow-ph' F. :and Warranty deed Arthur C and Es- r
petition fro n4! the Drake Produce prominent at the meeting of the Board t line of railway from the mainland of their 'Ine of road, including F'th-mb Fraw to Clo' I.Ia. r r1U- trfle V. Swain to W. II. Spitzer for It,
'' Co. and others to have electric lights of TraJe held Tutsaay night for the of Florida to Key West: to provide fora right of way, roadbed, trackage, cost fc >n, fur }:.0, lou 7 and fc, of block etc.. part cf t 1S of ne 1-& of section
placed on Avenn, E to the river an4 purpose mainly of securing concerted fair and equitable assessment of of buildings depots, warehouses, motive 4' in section 21, township 54, south 13 township 53 south range 41 fast '
on Fourteenth street from Avenue D action upon the matter of draining and aios:; of the corporation constructing. power, rolling stock and all other or raiui' 41 ret Warranty tlee-L W..11. and Hetca )f,
to Avenue 'E, ,as referred to the making tillable this vast territory ofin4 It; to provide for fair and reasonable property, cost of maintenance and \\arrauty le sl, C. C. Sulzntr to C. SpiUer to Estelle V. Swain for $C '
ci *street committee with-power to act eir'-'icicg: anywhere from %,',OOO rates of freight and passage by the car earnings of the railroad of the said A. Gratis, for 1,000), Uiu.l ;+)xi5:>> feel etc, part of n i.: of nw 1.4 o! section
Yt Judge Heyser a)dressed\he meeting to SOOO acres. Toratlon constructing It, and to grant corporation, and shall from time to o lots 11 and *.* 1t iT Uock! 9J MUmi.Warranty 13. township 53 south range 41
": la regard to the{' laying I Mr. Walter Wai din brought up the right;: of way over the submersed and time when called upon by said Railroad deed C. A. Graven to east t'
and wanted to know bow faun!) orderto subject and in an instructive communication !-i athcr lands belonging to the State Commission in writing and within \Viriam! H sn.i Euie: : Zclslcr. for Quitclaim deed. Sarah G. Gleason
lay a walk went as he .'knew of told of examinations he had 'and over the waters of the State and sixty days thereafter, furnish to the (12.250. lot 9 and west half of lot 8. to Cleason Bros. A: Co.. for SI. landsIn
walks ordered laid a :year ago that made of this land and of Its fertility, ..to authorize the filling of the submerged said Railroad Commission a written I block 13S nori\ MlamL nw corner of section: 30. township
were atm untou ed. He also objected which be declared to be second to lands, and to construct buildIngs statement showing such original cost, |. Warranty deed. Chas H. Lum and 53 south, rang) 4i o>-t i
4 c f to the using of I Miami rock for layIng none In the country.Mr. docks and depots thereonn.Whereas cost of operating, maintenance and wife to Edmund Wilson for $1. etc. Warranty deed, Clenson B,.,.. Co. F4
of sldewilluf as it wore in holes J. S. Frederick stated that the the construction of the earnings ,certain: lands In section 3, township to Charles J. F. Allen'for $3.4t'S Ian!!sIn
r, and would not bold a surface"and filed land was fertile and easily drained .Panama Canal renders It desirable and Sec. 7. That the corporation so filing W south, range 41 east nw corner of section 30. township t
a.protest to the telephone company by the south fork of the Miami river Important for the proper developmentof the plat JS set forth In the first section Warranty deed J. H. Tatnm to A. 53 south, range 42 east
digging boles in the sidewalks and and via a canal cat from the land into : the State of Florida and to secureto of this act shall, within three S. Tatum for'$900 Iota 19 and :0, block Warranty deed. Gus and Alice SI
then not properly leveling and leavi the river. the State a fair proportion of the months after the filing of said plat asset C south MiamI. Blue to Lee Jackson for $10 lot 17 of t 1t:
Dug the ground //around the Boles In Mr. A. L. LaSalle, supported the traffic passing through the laU canal, forth In section 1. execute to the Warranty deed John R. O'Neal and block 4, south, Mangonja.:
good condition. {This brought on considerable above statements and said that be had that a line of railroad should be con State at Florida a good and sufficient wife to John B. Dill .for 1300 lot 1 of Deed Boston and Florida Atlantic
discussion and resulted in been told by two chemists from Ohio, structed from the mainland of the bond, with sufficient sureties thereon. I block 9. north UlamL Coast Land Co. to Model Land Co. for
nothing further I than the expressionthat who bad examined this land that it State to the Island of Key West; and In the sum of $25,000, conditioned for Warranty deed Mary and W. B. $1. etc-, lot 2, block 9, of sub-divlslot.
Miami rock/vaet the requirements was the most fertile they bad ever Whereas. To connect the mainland the letting of contracts and the employment Brickell to D. C. Caldwell for 1510 pan of section 31,.township 51 south range '.
fc* of the city ordinance/ In the laying of examined even excellng that of their with the Island of Key West will require -_i of labor in the actual construction of ne Jof section. 10, township 4i 41 east Il
&.&- a' sidewalk | native State. the construction of neatly ISO 1 of the work of said road con- south, range 43 east.Commls.loner' Quitclaim deed. C. a Mifbury.; to- ,
A petition from certain property Much Interest was manifested in miles of railroad, a large portion of i necting the mainland of Florida with deed A. J. Lewis E.'p. Painter Fertilizer Ca for $1. etc, '
owners In blocks 123 and 121 for the the project of reclaiming this land which must necessarily be over rocky 'the Island of Key West within" six mperial commissioner, to James Capo w 1-2: of w 1-3 of section 21. to..shlpU
laying of sidewalks was filed, and and a resolution was' offered by Dr. Islands and through the waters of the I I months after the filing. of V\n plat for |:500 w 1-% of lot 10, block 23. West south, range 43 east
= ended In a motion being made and W. B. Rufh, that a committee be appointed State, which can never be made to showing a surveyed route and line of Palm Beach. Warranty need Lake Side Cemetery
carried that tbefsidewalks u requests to take up the matter of its produce any revenue; and !railroad definitely located and described I Warranty deed J. H. Tatum to Albert Association! to J. Rogers for $5. w 1-1
s be laid, three of which are owned drainage by the south fork of the Whereas. It Is certain that the traffic the sum of money mentioned the '! A. Cvry for 1.500 lots 1 and 2. of lot J, block 5. colored cemetery.
by the city.as. I Miami river, with the F.:,E. C. Ry om- realized on said line of road will J not I(said bond to be forfeited to the State section H, township 54 south, range 41 West Palm Beach.
Mr. Prout objected to th laying 'clays This motion was amended by pay Its operalng expenses and will of Florida If the actual work of construction east
1 of these sidewalks, or, at kit the I Mr. LaSalle to the effect that a com be a burden upon the corporation con on said line of railroad front j Warranty det"d. Emma R. and O. S. Southern Artist Dead.
city expending money for 1,aprove- structing it; and the mainland of FUHJa to K j.Vest 'Carretron to J. II. Tatum for $500 lots Nashville April 12.-A telegram received
ments In that (part of the city, as reso-lution I Whereas. It Is estimated that the Is not actually begun and prwecnteJ 1 and '2, section: U, township 51 south here from HnntsvUle. Ala,. announces
4eL there are people residing la the suburbs land in question and also a petition cost of property constructing and In good faith within six months! from i ramie 41 east the death there of Miss Howard
: who have'to w.lk'in the street to the F. E. C, Ry. officials for cooperation equipping said line of railroad ,will. the date of the passage of th' art and j' Warranty deed, Charles Wlllers to Wooden, the famous. Southern poet
because there Is no walk, where walks in the plan. The committee was aggregate many millions of dollars; its approval by the Governor Jno. W. Mulllkln for $:;.) lot 23. block and artist -

}should be clear if no more, but the appointed as follows: Judge Heyser, and I j I Right of Way. ((12, town of Danla. _ _ 'JI
j council work expedient :Mayor SewelL Mr.' "'. W. Prout and Whereas It la desirable that said '! Sec. 8. That the corporation cf.nUtmrttn j t Warranty deed. W. IL Bemis by W. I Georgia Lawyer Dropped Dead. ;
and ruled in variance to the protest Mr. Walter Waldin, who will at 'once line of nHir-iy: shall be constructed as I ? Mid line: of rallma! from the S. WMomeyer. his atorney In fact, to
Atlanta. April Washington Des
cab "petition frc tn property owners on frame the resolution and petition. pee ilr as possible, and that pledges | mainland of Florida to the Island of John W. Miiiltkln: for $1 nw 1-4 of m> .,saD, of Macon on of the most prominent -
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$ Eighth street, b E>twe n Avenues Band Other than this Important matter shall iw> given by the State of Florida Key W'st' Is hen by granted a right( 1 4 and se 1 4 of nw 1-& of section 31 layovers of Georgia, dropped dead
C, to have tha same paved, was or- business as follows was transacted: that wul encourage the investment of : ..e11;' fur the wl.ltb\ of tw3 hundred township. CO> south range 42 eau I
this while
morning addressing the Supreme
dered filed and Lhe petitioners notified A Communication received Wd.for Det.(l. F. E. C. !ly. Co. Sarah A. a -
was the capital nt the construction I'| 't on earl 'Ida ff th" ran! "al user : Court Heart failure Is 'c
that this Street'; would bo one of the from the Board of Trade of Jacksonville I of said great highway of traffic; nd through the land: owned by the Hill for ISO lot 111, block 5. West Palm :pcliCd to have been the cause of death.sup
.t first"paved as s Km as the bond money j asking the approval and support I therefore, i State of riorUla; on the line of \I'" run.!, teach.i 4
shall hare beet i received.Mr. : i of the local board of a bill or act to Bill's Previsions. wit i 'h' H-;ht cf v;av orer' th.' Raters! Warranty deed James Capo to John I| One Killed; ; Many Injured. fI
W.. L. Hamper, acting for ChIef be presented to the State Be it eua< 'ef Mi- state two h-in.lred fret on each '0. Cobb 1.,r | iy lot 10, block 23: West
Engineer Bane 1, reported the numbers I i I,and to be entitled "A Bill to'glS1a.ture.1 the State of Florida: 1'I.'n < f the roadbfl.! end h.ill have Palm Beach. i I Grand Rapids Mich., April 12.-One
fire bydran r recently placed and i I the Sale of Stock In Bulk. The oh-I Sectloj. 1. ', hat any existing! railroad ,'hl' right to f.Jl In, occupy end u+e Ihe : Warranty deed Jasper Matson tu person was killed and several weremriously
the total number BOW In service The I..Ject of the bill, as stated by the Jack- j'corporation in this State, whlrh shall } -"-"ibn-ers: la" Is of the State nn the 'w, M Oden fur f:20 lot 17. block; 3, Injured by fire at an early
report was ordered referred to the sonvlllS II|: ,;()'Ih. Mangonia. hour today, which destroyed a saloon
is to fraud
board, prevent within three months after the passageof !!n of 1's road for two b'll'' trod, leet11 ?
fire and water committee with power by the selling, or closing out of stock, this act, and Its approval by the ,- each fife of the Hue of roadbed. ;I Warranty deed, Gus and Alice M. and boarding house here.
to act In the purchasing of 18 others .' -. -
t addition by merchants and who have Governor file In the office of the Secretary land to consini"t trestles, concrete ,
a aI hydrants: t no other intent but to swindle their of State a plat showing a surveyed arches :and drawbridges over and on I
The matter >f re-lmbursement of a creditors. The bill was approved and route, and line of railroad definitely such submerge I.ndlulld docks, Tomato WrappersDon tt
double .assessment and payment support promised; located and described from the warehouses, depots and other buildings j ,
'- against the property of .Mr. W. H. A communication from W. H Win- mainland of Florida to the Island of over and on said submergedlands t wait till the tomatoes are ,
Johnson was {referred to the finance acott: of Cleveland O. relative to the Key West, shall, on complying with and hold and occnp/ ant ore '
before
t-: committee: : and the city attorney with Purchase of a gents' furnishings or the other provisions of this act. have for Its corporate purposes all lands I. ripe orpering your pa-
power to act I IA mtlinery' business in Miami, was referred the right to construct and operate a made by filling in submerged lands per.Ve have THE BEST'

communication: from John a to the secretary to answer. I line of railroad from said mainland on Its line of road, and trestles over I
;: Keffly and others requesting the paving Mr. G. H. Goodrich of Dayton: who of Florida to the Island of Key West and through the waters connecting the ,, Manila Wrappers :iJI
of Thirteenth street from AvenuesD had sought to Interest others In the Sea %. That the corporatlop so mainland with the Island of Key West I I .
to E. the property owners to pay starting of a cigar factor here, appeared filing the plat at act forth In the first Sec. 9. That all laws end puts of made and, our prices aPe right. Order now 1
'two-third.a.. 1 I the cost, was received before the board and stated section of this act, shall begin the laws in conflict with; the provisions. of I I :
and after considerable discussion during that r.s he wsi"ipcnenced in the actual work of construction within nix this a"t bt. and the sane .r-i u.reby, "" "
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which Mr. Front protested again buslnesc, rj also '-.,__ he had be- months from the filing of same and repealed.Sec. > i

to the expenditure of money by the 'come: Interested in a large developing shall have said railroad completed and 10. That the provisions of this _u __ .u .,1'
city when the suburban streets are ,concern: in Jacksonville, that be wished In operation to Key West within" seven act shall take effect from and after Its :
ir. neglected: received favorable_consideration ,' to withdraw from the cigar: factory :yean after the passage of this act approval by the Governor I Always Remember the Fufl) Name.<< 1
and rids for the work were !project but stood ready to Invest along Sec. 3. That from the passage! of
ii ordered advertised. with others In'a proposition to build i I this act the assessment For taxes per Wilt Reduce Freght Rates : !
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p: Another petition from the same par- and sell houses to people on the In- [mile of the entire line of road within New York. April 1-The officialsof Laxative| fromo QuinineCures


' ties for- seVer on the same street jstallment plan, and to engage In a general State of Florida of the corporation the Southern Ry, at a meeting re- ,
was preeentef, and like acUoa taken. : real estate business The proposition [ 'fws'nirtlng paid llt<<" of rotd from vitly held hire took such action as il
)Ir. Front addressed the board was referred to the presidentThe the mainland of Florida to the Islandof '! indicates the early ",d clon of frolch. : a Cold In One Day Grip in Two.

wanting to la ow what action had been ; secretary reported $200.00 collected -' Key West shall not be fixed at a j I.burses from Chicago! and St. Loahl! ':
taken by the mmlttee relative to the after which the meeting adjooraed. rreater sum per mIte than the average It. Atlanta Eira-lDi-'han:: Montgomery (JIf.7V"
eta on Tenth street from : c 'cr 80L 2Sc.t .
laying sc er f.mC'nt PT mile oT any o"i r HIM a i.l otfltr points in the South

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