The Miami metropolis
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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 21, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075058
oclc - 31626392
notis - AKR3413
lccn - sn 96027198
System ID: UF00076100:00097
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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;.1,i VOL.- 9-NO 46. =t Ceutr.of MIAMI DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. APRIL 21 1905 EIGHT F16FZIJHkT



.i ""n[ Miami to be Than Mere> Ever Elaborately Before. Celebrated I I Horse Carrying Light Wagon Tries to

cotniniinitv has bn saddened all that the promptings of grateful i Tear
Up Railroad
FACTORY.I ((1 : by the vUit of the IVnih R-auxr. wh.. i mid, loving hearts could) suggest The I Ibl..l I Track. ,I i '
I JuC.-derat.e Memorial Day.tprUt.GIn ANSWERE
r of medical! attention careful and
Miami promises to be more appropriately I Came Thursday morning at o'clock j attentive nursing, ali the comforts of OUt of thu quickest, llvtllest and ,

: and elaborately celebrated and bore away the.form of Mrs. Mary moos detractive
I la good how. suppliid with. every : runaways occurringin -
!!this year than ever before. Albina Sewfll. mother of honored
I our I newled thins., were hers amit there Miami in many months, happened.lnI'II.hl '
f r For this occasion the Daughters of i
: !i Ma>or, John Sewell. and hli brother could cot si*) the band of h>'r cols \\"... about 10.30:: o'clockhE'D ,
to Institution preparing u splendid j 1 ) And Another
> Equal Any 11 the Confederacy are :Mr. E. C. Sewell. and none would have bail it *o when View of Street Car
re musical and literary program a bore hii<'bed to a light baggage walton -
:Mrs S..l'U has been a sufferer for the time' had come for Him to say,
the Kind in Country.MACHINERY Situation is Discussed
o wnib will be held at the auditoriumin and left standing In front of the ,
I the past the years with nervous prostration "Come up higher, into the Heavenly'
s >' the afternoon. The best talent In Roth building on Twelfth Street
the greater part of the time mansion for ou" fcherest
..t I t prepared ) May
.. ,,: the city will participate an i there j away.It 'pd
I i I and since the second attack which lu l*aee.Mrs .
A will be a number of addresses eulogizing : was not long In making Its
si-lied her lam Deceml>er.ithe has been tiewell was born lu Everett up
JS THE LATEST IN j jV the day and paying tile proper mind to run. and without apparent THUS SHOWING THAT INDIVIDUAL
confined to berbed. Her death was county, l 1Jrla. November 13, iI t3.
EVERY MANNER ANDji 10OOOOS I,homage both to tie survivors and the I therefore nut unexpected I nevertheless and was therefore nearly C2 years of cause dashed! off westward to the raIlroad TO BE VERY WEAK ANO

t.tl: EVERY:: MANNER AND ONE HUN- ,I!dead, who by their deeds mace such : it brings sorrow.., not. atone to her ag". She wus a Mix I Gaines until her crossing:: it and then taking the GREATLY OFF IN HIS DIS3ENTION -

r/' OREO CANS THE DAILY"OUTPUT I i I:tribute possible. devoted sons, but to a host )t friends marrlnuo to Pr John W Sew.ell. with dirt road north. Reaching Eleventh Oc! THE TRUE FACTS. "
i Besides this the Daughters, assisted Street the animal
off' j I who have known. and loved her aodlIympathlz..1 whom she lived happily till his deathat to go east.
I Iby tie Veterans and Sons Veterans |I Railroad tracks, four In number, cut
1I1Ih her during these
I'' Fins, In IV": to which
win: unveli the headstones' now being no figure with It and on each and every -
I fears of affliction bleb she has place they had removed from Georgiain
: ,placed in the rity cemetery marking one of the eight rails it left
k1tlecatly the Metropolis Ipld of the !!,, borne with an uncomplaining Christian ISM! .Mrs. S well. came to MiamiIn some
Ithw resting pa: < of their illustrious part or portion of the until Editor
,**_f formation and purpose of t ic Delray fortitude. 149' ,! making her hnmr with be. wagon Metropolis' :

".,.:IManters' Pafklw and Pres*'rvlng Co. :dead I This good mother has panned Into nun Mr. t:. U. Sewell since that time. there was nothing left of what a few Will you' allow space in your columns .t

:;:.lot did not fa into any of tie details !: In connection with the same the an enternal haven of rest there to be She leaves four sons, Messrs. John minute before had been a stout and for a word about the street rail

l.of the oncfTU-. YtfHterdajtWill a repre- Sons of Veterans arc prepartn an excellent I free from the burdens of sickness miltaring I and t:. (;.. of this city, and Herbert substantial vehicle, but the shafts and way franchise In behalf of the City

):)sentailve of ik.it. 3M'f\-lsl'rd Delray ',' program, among the features of I and borrow,, leaving behind the | and Jerry, of Fort Myers. Kla. I I portions of the harnf'1lLACI..r Council, since various parties un '

and was bhuwo over this pli nt. a true I iceptioaofw1icbsndits :which will be u male chorus consisting blessed benediction of a long life< j I The funeral' took place' Thursday af ridding Itself of the wagon the known have Hen Ut to criticise that
of twenty-six voices,_and which animal slowed down and finally stopped body through the column of -
In "nothPflpt'r.
aagnitudaobserv I spent; the service of her blessed | urnoon at four o'clock from the Bap- ; s
will participate in the ceremonies with at Granger':* stable, where it be- .
Lord, and In training for lives of i .
?Can be bad onl>sl y persona a- usefulness j tint church services to be conducted
J-, tlon. I the Daughters. 1 rof. R. E. Hall win those she leaves M'bind. These 1{ by the pastor Dr. W. E. Stanton th, 'onged. Fortunately no one was In These parties undertake WohoW' by
} be the orator of Die camp. ''he wagon or In the of the
way frightened tlICUr.lhat the Watson
loving have left pronnsltin
II sons, to them the arrangements: being in charge of t'n *
r It seems p-epo8tttius, but truenowpromises- i The Veterans those who have smelled steed Its
during mad like
dash would
fever cunccru I' memories of the saintly life of their dertaker 11. M. King. The pall.bearers have been of greater good u>
that this '
whistle of
and heard the
self'sacrificing mother, to cheer them will. be Messrs.. J. T. SasJers. J. C. the citizens of Miami than the Tatumpropodth.a
rival that of other canning
p to any bullets, are likewise preparing to honor Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ingraham left '
i through life and to Now let us
point them nee.
onward -
W. II.
j Abernathy, McIntyre, D B. Ta
house In the country, both in the out-
r their deceased comrades. Several
t pIlaced and upward towards the higher,: turn. \'. A. Rutherford, and K. RDouglas. lutf.'Ding for Washington where Statistician figured that a street car 4
&put and the quality of broods,, on "speakers of prominence will be Invited I they will be joined by their daughtet. would for
and more blessed life into which he The interment will take placeat company the first.year take
.the market. The buddingjjfor these to deliver address--*, among them twojor has entered the city cemetery.As Miss Kathleen, and will then proceedto In ISO a day for the next two years.IKK .
operations Is $8x132 feet two stories'
1 j throe local orators While they sorrow it Is not a* those a token of respect to deceasedthe New York from whence they will ) a day and for the nex: two $lye) T.
"'Jjxlga. and made oat of corrugated Iron. I j i: These celebrations along with the I sail for .
England next Saturday. They and for
who have no hope and to Ibt'mlsJeft business houses will.all be cloned a day the next: twenty five
., lie machinery, consisting f two 80-1 L i ,usual procession decoration of theparade I the conaolationthat they did for her during the hour of the funeral will remain abroad until Mr. Irtgra- years $500: a day! Preposterous! Br'80me .

power boilers engines. pumps {I:graves, of 'Veterans civil and ham's health Is restored. Of late Mr. process of figuring. as unknown,

//etc,. has arrived and is now being:'military: bodies, ai.d ceremonies at the Ingraham has been In wretched +
hplaced. I' ICE SCHOONER ARRIVED SAFELY. According to jibe Jacksonville Metropolis I health as the Identity of the author fcv un

.,, J j j:cemetery promises to make the day !I If the tug Three Friends left due to,a great; extent to his close applUation dertakes miblead'he!: people by sIng _'
The main business< of the! [I
!J:memorable. I And is Now Being Loaded With 100 that to business and the heavy "that the annual i-ai-h receipt it
.> port Wedueiiday fur Maiul.towlng!
;will be the canning of pineapples, totnatoes. -
II f Tons of Ice for Nassau the dredge and two barges of P. San- mtuonslblllty attached to the same carefully Invested at :3 per cent would
> okra beans etc. tbe! daily ca- II JIf
RURAL SCHOOLS CLOSING. Ills pbysiclaq has ordered completerest amount to $137,151." Ruaoutube!
::acity of each of the first three men- ford Rots. These! are the dredge and i #
,,.: Some< several days the Metropolis : and a change of scene, and It Is A very liberal estimate as to tiw
articles lOKM5cans al- ago scows that. were started south from
Honed being }, I I told i hoped l a few months In Europe will restore average receipts for the ,.
of the, expected arrival hereof gross "mtContinued -
'hough in a pinch or rush ,Mainly on Account of Children Being Savannah by the tug Alex Jones, of .
under hint to normal health. St.An- __ *
the schooner .
Effle. from Town
radars Or"1 Put h Work. i Wilmington.
the output can Jbe run up t
.'' !'! Abacco. for a load of Ice for Nassau gustlne Record. ou eighth pae.'
160,000. For the preparation of
each I IN.I P. .1
., Within the next! two weeks practically j I
.rot the latest mould and kmd. Is bee I all of me rural or county schoolsof I Some scoffed at the Mea of such a !I f
line of traffic being established between I
k:Ing Installed an Illustration of the Dade county will have been closed I I
Miami and Nassau and said that
"''thoroughness of each machine being; !for the term. I
III the information was erroneous In
kea from that for preparing pnP8.peL The school at Pompano was closed
I this, however, they were the ones EASTER
,<' After the piney nave 1 seen light- last week on account of the most of j I
J mistaken as the Erne came in yesterday -. f
.17, trimmed by hand they are put Into the children: bell taken from the I ] ft
afternoon JoadIn&I
and is today
k machine known a| the slz ?r. There school and put to work In the tomato !I
"' |Done hundred tons of I ice at the F. E.
r,"the"eyesare removed and | the. front field, while those at Lemon City! Jupiter I C.. R'y dock. It Oxfords

(I otherwise edged npafter which It goes and other places win -be closed I -
The Ice Is being supplied the ,
into a slicing machine, which can be |next week for practically the same
local factory and the load :
: as can be
$adjusted to make them any!thlelalHs 1v I reasons .
I las quickly placed, the ElBe wit get away I
f desired. All other machinery will be j In nearly all of the schools that will Slippers
I tomorrow morning for Nassau. Immediately -I
thorough as this. clone this month the attendance has
after her
It Is the Intention of th<| discharging cargo
tV company been up to the standard and above,
which will IK- placed 1 .In the !
f. .to get started op on May IJBth. From I though it is stated that It should and !I
Effie will return to for another ;
sixty-five to seventy-five women and |would have been larger but for the

!!i forty men will be employed, and out- I,!fact that many parents prefer to profit load of ice. and will run thereafter! -

t tide of the general manager of the ||by the labor of their children than during the summer about every ten C

ffi business, every one of theE} will be >send them to school.j ,days. I 1s
The of the
;l(from Dade county,In accor tance with : promoters enterprise are

.t dye desire* of the promoters that noth- j MIAMI YACHTS. enthusiastic in their venture and will for Ladies Misses and Children .:
I derive handsome profits providing ad-
9 f ,
bat home labor be employ ed so far
f''jnC I I Terse winds and high seas do not in- .. -- --- .
;::at possible. The stockholder I and own.1!| Carib and Klondyke With Distinguished -
terferewith successful and quick
..Vera of the new packing co pony arej i Guests at Key West. trpLI I in all the latest and
styles shapes
ail farmers and planters of Dade connffy. I i ,

of them Ide In the WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY.i .- ._ .. .
$; ; ..and the most re I The yachts "Carib" Captain Ilob- -- -- -- -- -- -- -

t., viclnlty. tielray. The b islness Is errs, and "Kloadyke," Captain Ball -

:- '- .i(: rPrated at O. wb ch shows ,I arrived! in port Jail night with a very Will be Installed Aboard Boats of the | colors,just arrived at Sewell's Shoe

bat..It Is not lacking in ( nances to distinguished party on board, Rays the P. A. O. S.S. Line. -- -. -- .- -
-- -- -
ak.e It a success ieyVest InterOceanI ,

_i Besides the canning of I Jneapples, j The party is composed of English "\\ rl'less telegraphy in the future I;I Store. THEYTSlTiiE/VUTIflJL/ !

vets and. tomatoes the.'con ;pany w 111 tourists who are on an extended tour will be used on the Pcnlsular and Oc

extensively Preserving j ji cldental .- .- --. .
engage in the hrongh the keys enjoying the health- Steamship Company's vessels ----

.i,of fruits, that of guavas b Jug; made j J Ji inS breezes of the tropical seas and plying between Miami, Key WeatTampa >t

specialty.i Patent.cans an I Jars will i the hunting and fishing that is to be and Havana.

$0"f be'nsed in all of the work. The cansnstead II bad In abundance. Crocodiles and alligators This Is the statement credited to 11 i

.{ of being soldered wEl be closefd t have been captured and the Mr. C. L. Myers manager of the line. {,

; t by a new process thus dptng away j I gamey; silver king, the majestic tar who is further quoted by the Jacksonville

with the objectionable sold red cans pon has been caught in numbers Metropolis as saying: .

>.-which scorch and form a Bailment In I Among the very distinguished members have concluded to use the DeForest -I IWe s

:"the bottom. IvMr. of the party are Lady Walrond. I system of wireless telecraphy.i ."
t' Morgan, the manager!Is late of wife of Lord Walrond R. B. Seegar. i said Mr. Myers, "and expect to get

=ha Booth Packing Company of Baltljnore Mrs. McCabe and lIOn, Thomas. i very beneficial results' therefrom A

11: and Is a man proficienHn.I.n every The two latter have secured pas.sage I wireless station has been In operaoou \ M

-' and line of the packing businessd to Miami: and will leave the party tor the past three months la itavan*.
in conversation with a {Metropolis, tonight and one has been in operation la Key

reporter! stated that It was' he Intentoa The yachts are traveling in c->' .. ,,' West for the past six weeks Stations -==-= _':'== = =---" -.: -- ,

of the promoters of the factory to and about three week longer will be i will also be erected at Miami and Port ... ,
hare the plant, in operation inside of a pent on the cruise. Tampa. Recently wireless message

'> month, and that the entire]output of I were exchanged between Key West

:;; the approaetlng Mason bus already that It Is the purpose of the companyto and Chicago, and this shows the

l been contracted for. The past Coast erect a three ton Ice plant for the wonderful possibilities of 'ils treat

1't Railroad baa given us verjj, moderate purpose of supplying Delray and surrounding new !Invention
$ rates to get the products tour) packIng country with the cooling In- "The Olivette is now being equipped

Ii house" said Mr. Morgan "and as gredlent He is also very much Impressed with wireless apparatus and win be

t'' ;..e. have contracted for one million with the canning of Umabeans ready within a week to communicateat Scwells

fJ pineapples, these considerations will and advocates their raising In sea with stations on land, and the

count very materially In oar behalf. this section and declares that hecoold Miami. Mascotte and Martinique win

lsr: .$.>r. these pines we are to I pay four easily handle the yield from six. hundred be equipped"just as quickly as we en

cents per piece by the crate. We will acres this season get the apparatus installed oa tljeset i
II pot out nothing bnt the finest grade From these facts the magnitude of steamers"t t i

!:'bt goods There will be nof second!' or,I what this Industry promises to reach Mr.: Myers Is determined to have 1

third fade classes and 1 onsclentl- can be realized, and if the expectations these splendid steamships thoroughlyup II 12th St. Miami t

-ously know {hat there wllmt not be a of the promoters do not fall: to date in every particular, and the .

*_ *rior article mannfactlere. red any-I' them It will ere many seasons be one news that they are to be equipped I II i
f t <' .'" of 'the greatest tnanuracturins with wireless telegraphy proves ts: : '.
yj Further than this Mr. Mo&an stated cease in tbe state If not the I. assertion. y J


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I ai. tbn:, K<<<, a* it will the \lctory will TI, drain land In the South as It Is toIra port .-nl th'ne wh? practice it* book bin have by no mean b4'en'ldfe

MIAMI! iPubfishf i\J ETROPOLIS I ....' bought and th,' sat rifle,' of .;att. land In :hi West! Tin S' i". 1 1..i- .u hmnallc !law th ,i iO.V CHAT OF an.. two '.Ill* "Sealing with thi

I t '.II ,l': off, "., ItVwin ,
f. rili'! Hi tie eve:' Eaih.v rhom rnii < Hi i' up{ 'ra: a ituworl I I u-.i' nliji 1 1 _.1'. OD lb. twatui talfta1t

d Everjjf Friday in the Met:-n 'li,' h p .- "i.n.rv can !'i'us- !. .... .> :'ii 'h. \Vi m fur ill, r. h. r I'l\ I.,2., I a. li..r-. .L nritli -. Roth !ir.i\ it. r a uniform iI. "

1 Oil Building t. r Both coi .i:. i. ire ronfi< it. i 'TP',n"nn "if <\\t M'rt kin lu. Th tun.ii.1I' \ > 'h 1-1 -i ""Ie" an'' |1'ii.-< n'- > THE >I. <..- both lurln.l' a -. -u m of State.

In fini i'hi' iltnf jHii.ilTi. for ... ,.It mUt-i .rln.n i SENATEDOINGS
L I.:w: Pr\'. s.1ki. i4aa.) K.lhh. d -r' ra'e and n <.r..II'1".I. and X\'h I li pur!" coats : ..".1 t-otinty school l book commissions. 'ItI

m:: lot 1 a pructlral lo.: '! .l ..motion pulilir lands filter they h.no been The nu'im: evMentl I'UU\O mull r No Untie! rojal bewtin the ,
great rival
ri&t1n C'IDi:.I e: i I .
'iias >;
The ,
: onn or the othrr can re'iii frnnM -. <-,..tind Why not appeal! !10 the the frmiitions. ill :.hut law. K,.wlrhirkeni !i Ixiuk concerns may IK .fxu-ctel: on UJ*

i Psterrd IV th<1 Pofctofflce v }'lIa'l':. ('h a clai-h f-il..ral! sorumrnt to drain (bit Linn trr1.4 -. d>i< K. rlr.-- jnjirotectnl issue The uniform vysteii U not UW ('ni

. |utul-olaFS matter. A perusal of thf fleets to t.. en and ib a Mil the land to kill rs a' a in that Ih.\ shall! not. 1M' OF FLORIDA'S LAWMAERS.BILLS.MEASURES )(- .ly at all to de\elofl sufficient strength 3
pa. as st
N'ri I into this conflict will prove In. fint prate ptr acre! If it Is the fume too closely aLd kni 1 vthlli. N'\iu nhip- AND MAT. lot excite any great; opposition and the *.

;. tins-'inc. That of UuII of he f. ii<'ral !pui rniucnt in ilinlunals pedhal! <>e watirnl. uh.. -n (-'NIRH| TERS OF INTEREST THERE DISCUSSED : Innovation. while a line thing In theorri i iI.

Tt* most Southern newspaper published forty s"'. \I vessels In all It reached: dr<' .
on the 4 (
., ttatea | j I 9rst squudron, under Vice Admiral 0 equally 1 its duty to dram land no lau is not Ins In Its specific -

! KOJPMV i'nsky, the commander in thief that II can bt made productive purpose and that the killing and TslUhankoe. April lit Two seeks
._....... ... .. .$2.00 I Mr Pirrong's famous concurrmt.:
One ) the of Go ..! HOIK 'J wounding of pigeons N intender l to
balled around Cape > i of the session have now passed and !
.8Lx 'e&r..j. .. .. ..... .. ... I.W 'I 1 resolution calling for an investigation .
-' In advance will re the others taking!! the Suet {'analroute. i, mod- be presented as much so as any other ', If little nothing has as yet been ac- I I of some old Internal Jinprovemeat,

The squadrons are made, up asfollows !| SUCCESS. crime of cruelty! This being the rot PUghpd. little or no barm has. on Fund has been
nUve a yearly abscriptlon for $1 SOrubscriplion stutters referred to the J
t ''. : i The finest of manhood I cane It Is very ctident that no more the other hand been done. House
and six month; for I| type I* never ; judiciary committee. In 1SS9.
{'.,.Ie r Jtstvensky Battleships ', law but a mote rigid, enforcement of Th. M-sslors of the Senate have aa .
overwhelmed entirely no when Mr.
rnUTbilisi liberal discount to in or dismayed, Pirrpng was a member of
I Kuhn Somaroff Borodino, Alrxandei that "'e already have IH all thaI N mcestnry a nik". barn shun: I hone of Iho louse a'
thee sulctly ad none payments. matter what comes. A man of this I ; the Senate, he wan chairman ,0f
HI and Osllahla. and the armour"' t'cniis I to < n.1 l this crime hate l Ilf't-n longer and the average new
: j I lest type may see his property swept I committee that rendered an e nloertep,
FRIDAY\r'PRIL'21\ 1905. <,rs Aurora lUinltri Uimskol and meDilxrnin! to labor und<-r the de-
from his billed bin ---0-- 'I
jus} him hopes report on thl very: subject 3w ay: .,
,Admiral NaKhimoff. ambitions lhrtarto-1 and his plan do- INDIAN SPAT ON HIM. fusion that the man situ gets in .the buck in thu'n's It seems that.itbk.e
It is about tit c for the local pout Under Vielkcrsam: Battkhip? must M1N -ti'H the mast ice :
utullabed but his spirit remains un.IUlt..d land grant railroads found St4?..
H*| pot to b''I(1 In simmer. I Sgol! i Vcllky and Navarln, and the 1 Th "II"" tad tun toth ness with.. which :
w ;,. his courage, his trust, and With Whiskey. Amusing story! on : possible to float Its bilUonlh* tronbt5

i protected cruisers Alniaz. S\ tti-ina Ills self-coaa nce are undlmlnNhiilHis i a Palm Beach Explorer 'h.* S'lmti' vitK through:: the Uus.ness 1 ItM 1 .ah'U of Wall street hales the-.
7 urlf't'-lnfm'mant l>-
The liartow >} JenitihitSI success U beyond the roach of Lit the ilav I Is lnrj. I ly tlu, to the fact Stale first cuaran/eed the 'inrerestI ;

"asJl "ru1)biTlJ be East Coast fellow ii ';.'1-1 iitiKtro\s:'r Cruisers OeK! mere accl,lr>nt : of fire cf panic, or of :, rapt. F. t) S.'bring. orator artist that of the thin) two gra-e and n-v- I i This the State. natural
{(.utt tie a cast nu; unto the. \' and Irumrud auxiliary crud ers Ku temporary disaster: ; the fouc
.O'at holloi: wh a he Is hurtoscvcIt ham Terrek and Oat, and the converted ., crs.mi" this i In htot-I(. furnih ibe
I. his SIKC ss It laid upon the eternal plNhnientu, lute ut the t'nl'eil States : neglected to t"r'pay the money,:

cruisers Rlnn, and Dnleptr. : rack of truth of Justice, of probity, of Na\'>'. but now In the wrvire of theSleejiing strongi kind cf argument for send- adhanctaL" Hence th' resolution.t

v '%' :'T.lJent RLai and in part OKU i I'hdtrOhogatotr Battleships high thinking and. of square rtralln;, I, Car ,d"partment on the F. E. II(I Ini!; the same members back to tu>* .It

lwolf >else miles I j Emperor Nicholas I, Admiral Ou haKnQ" and no floods or misfortunes or rum I,. ('. lt.>-. tells a abet aniuimK; ; awns on i t: loner llousf for at least t,. o tenm Senator Stockton has Introduced '1 ii
Lama and finally) captured it Many a ,
'i Admiral Seniavin and the obsolete martial Ocastalan= can mach him. a member or Proto Hlsted West Palm : 1 M.l; of the first importance It prorl-:
..&t hair been cud ;aed that far before cruiser $anomak.I I The election of Vnitisi Stales Sen
They do not touch the real man, for mach part, whi recently visited the : Ca for the creation of a State Board ,
never lace captured.I | these total of ator comes off Tuemiay and '.Vcdnfs-
I With ships are a : his investments are la hiniKelf it Is Indian setlVmcnt south of heroIn of Educational Trustees fifteen la i G'
n boats and II I I day of this week. On the first day 'I
twelve deatmyers.lAs
Kansns "to quit i iI 1, only the more shallow minds met. telling the story at the San Curios number, fire to be selected from each'f ,
Ida Tarbell adtlses the two houses ballot separately! ; on
1 I I NebogatofTs squadron t only i without reserve of character this morning Capt 3ebrlng! said: i I the three Congressional diatrlct.J ,; .
business"Hi :
uxzUng and E4 down to the second they meet In joint sessionon ".
reached JI utll. French Somallland. 1"1 '
i iApril
other resources than money "UbOU'j haVc. been laughing for a week at and none to come from any.couoty! to. ;
the fight: about Standard OIL Kan. 1st, and sailed thence last FrI. I the stroke of 1:!!. to then and thereratify
sizzling erty that go down in financial I the relation of Louis Cenci's story of I which Is located one of the Stalest
MUI may be I but Standard Oil that Nebo the nomination of the lion. Jas. '
is fair to
the day. presume The man who has learned to lire In one of his experiences with an Indian school the board U designed to. coo- '
i will be doing same thing before vessels be counted out P. TiHiateiro, ..".tie in tiie primary
gatolTs may himself and not In Us property, who while visiting Osceola's tribe recently.In trot It.. thla last feature of the
with 1...
sue gets through I' election.
of the '
q .--- fighting. Rojestvensky'sstrength does not put his trust In riches but company with Prof. Histed. Cencl I bill In particular: that has excited Mtagonlnn .t ,

The Tafahsas"e True IJemocraldont now is as follows: \n principles does not lose his greatest who Is a well known Italian painter In certain quarter, where Iris ;
The bunlnesa should
I Battleships .. .. ... .. .... ..... 6 entire not take dlscrlmlnation>
like the idea of the Merchants' I polla'lalonhen he loses his of West Palm Beanie end who Is highly than minutes. Under the felt that no such t.1
Cruiser .. ... ... ... .. ...... ... 9 more thirty ; :
Association of Miami drafting a bin I i money. educated and Intelligent. In fact old knockdown and drag-out system should be made, and that those who .
Minor craft.
providing for the collection of one- auxiliaryand --o-- said to be a real live Italian count It often requires thirty No know most of the need of some of the
days. man
converted cruisers ... .. 32
tilrd otthe, waeses of a married man i' SCHOOLS: VS. FIELDS. tells his experience somewhat !In this who has lived through one of those old mailer school should be allowed to ;

Justly indebted jto a merchant and I It Is To'ith. of way: senatorial contests wants to ill on the board. Taken altogether lehowever
Total .. .. .. ... .. .. .. 47 feeling sympathy.both tlm.e ever ;
i i"It "I I getta In bunk with this bill seems to provide a
i nays: I for the child and the parent, that the my: 'nother see another. They not only obstructed ,
vessels Admiral
i if thus correctlydescribed Against these Togocan man and go aleep.. fter'whlle I dream solution of a problem that ha lone
a measure, I Metropolis learns that some of the the public business and obscured the
( that should not on our put: Its raining and waka up. 1 looks up vexed! the souls of our educational erpert -
go schools of Dade but left behind
Battleships .. .. ...... .... 4 county will, and have public Interests they
f-utnte books. Dad debt are ruinous I been forced to close and It no raining at all, but big Indian them seeds of discord and dlssentlon I *. And It I. believed by those a
Cruisers .. .. . . .. .. .. i:!! mainly because
mercantile business but theidfo set by side of my bunk with Jug I : competent to Judge, that the.effect
vi any children have been taken from the whose bitter fruit still abides with us.
Minor craft (at least .. : . 25 I
of protecting; the 'merchant by I[ schools and put to work in the tomato of whiskey between his legs Mincing If the primary Innovation has done the proposed Inno'atlonwould be to

i rtatute against bs own lack) of goodjudgment fields. ,I !song like this: 'Sa-e-lan. Sa-e-lan.i Al 1 I nothing else it has removed this heavy i reconcile existing: differences and weld'j'J .
I| Total . . . ... . 41 I land pineapple ,
in king credit is worse. I I gator Joe etc. That Indian e\ery- the widely scattered schools ,Into one .
Krai Other vessels of the Japanese fleet I The situation is indeed deplorable: I burden from our State, and 'n doing I ..
.: I ': time he finish a verse h<' takt drink harmonious and well adjusted system.
R undoubtedly are engaged guarding not only deplorable but heartrending. i iI I this It has ovna'nlv paid for 1'selt

'? The output o* coal in the United 1 1'adlvaswck !, What can parents be thinking about and spitta all over mE'. In my .eyes I -
\ und I I
t f utes bas reac ed a tnilllun tons aday. performing duties connected eastern; with the or'Ito so abuse their offsprings! Cat. on my face and f'nr1" here: I As was Ion; agoputnted nut. the onlypeople I The bill for the' proposed extenst9', f,,'

What besot es of imch'an. enor-. (they have no conception or apprecia I: "1 hollow 'Charlie' You spitta on ,i In the State who could logical?.*. of the East Coast Railway to Key' "

:!'IOU&, ,output' of coal! Very little transport' of troops to Manchuria. Ilion of that knowledge and learning i I me some more and I slumta the b-I 'I (a ,e "P 'h> forestry question! *." West is, unfortunately not likely tohrcome .
I .
Trustworthy figures ore to the effect I
(.l it shipped aba oad. The railroads'i i that the and ,that can be acquired in nd other wayViand i:, outa you" That Indian netta down these who have found our present a law .without exciting some I
destroyers tor.
'consume vest. i oust of It; the IS,. ; by no other method than In the I, the Jug and spitta again an' I say: I systemor lack of system profit opposition. It Is at first sight indeed :'!J
boats of i '
,00 ,000 tons of I jm produced annual.Iy pedo tha I Japanese. navy nownumber school house, and by which their children 'Charlie, you do that again' amt I UHa I'I able. And it should be n matter ot difficult! to 114't' how any citizen of/ "

I requires abet :3: xm.intO tons of 1 &lxt"e'f will be enabled in future years I you!' Hu finished 'n"lh..rt r...' and connrntiila'i-m; to all conc .rr.o,f-tta' Florida can consistently! oppose a, <

,eta In. the mailt ; the mills and face VALUE OF RUSSIAN FLEET. Ii:to more successfully combat with the I spitta again and I t-houted lotalhar-I i, some of the Utter son or tiirpvnttii. measure that means so much to the en-: 1,

furies consume &rso quantities of : :world In the making of a /IHnuxM It He'! I *h
houseboInX The value of the Baltic if ,lon'l hhiuta bill that Is to b men, although they are fortunately in
11..1. so do the Ajnurlcan money or I would seem not and In the fare of the I I I you it off: The a forestry reserve *

C .boe1i'etc. ThtIB production of coai Russian fleet likely to be engaged in 'reality It must appear a patent fact Indian he tooka 'nother drink and fcpltta placed ebfore the Legislature era long. the pitiful minority. Such legttlanatet x

is at least four t >ns. per capita ;: a struggle with the fleet of Japan this that they have but little ,use-for again anal I getta up and Mart to II. A. McEachern. of Jackson>-illeonv' criticism as the bill has aroused 1.I.II .'

0---' I I I week. Is estimated as follows: I their children than for the horse in nboota him bat I look round and see of the bbgeat-and beIIttnrpentln. I evidently based upon the supposition :: I.;

I Seven battleships ($6,500,000 two thousand Indians watcha I men In the State!, takes a great! Inte-! that the favor asked for the extension .r
Ester Sunday his year come on I I ssslsting in the battle for the almighty file
April 23. This is he latest date since each. .. . :. . $43.WO,000( I dollar. I bad to gptta up and sltta up all night est In this Bill and while her a fevr proper are la reality meant to

Two armoured cruisers $5 apply to the entire line and the result/" :...
a ( .- while that Indian set perfect! still, days ago. gave out the information ,
1836, when 1. ca a on April 25. thw I Such people as these c-/i hardly be
I 000.000 each .. . .. 10,000,000 sing drink and spitta all nicht.: I Celia that the bill would be careru.ly gone of the measure would eventually be ;:
nine time called little less In
s7 latent date pcftsit e. Only paren's. They are
Six protected cruisers (averaging I that Indian to Palm Beach I murder over and made a* romprchrnrlve .. to take the entire East Coast System
t 1.! two and a qifiastcr tier centuries has I anything but name Education Is necesKary -
$2.5M,000:! each) 15.000.000 him" possible before being placed on the out of the Jurisdiction of the Railroad
; fallen as ate as It does this In all walks of life it Is not
Twelve destroyers ($:!:;O.OOO have "\Fell. fclr.:' Aid Captain Sebrmg, : calendar. I Commission. With this Idea a* a basis
yo)08r.) 'Only five men In this period necessary for one to finished
each . __ . ... . 2.000.000 "It is better than a grand opera to i a select little coterie of chronic kick.I .
ttas It come later in"the spring than I or college education to succeed In the I
Nine auxiliary cruisers (averaging hear Cenci tell that story He gets I Talking of forest reserves; recalls I era has started a gilt-eased series ot
it does during I9p5, and it Is never world. We have our self made men;
tolfall Il,000,0rt0 each) :5,000.000 so mand as be tells It. that he C'banlet1! tab Interesting fact that the House recently sensational rumors that shall not be +
possible for it more than two I men without education who have acquired I I
Two repair ships ($500,000 colors like a chamellon." requested its forestry committee dignified: by repetition! here.
x days later. In aH of the time from I wealth and a position in the 1. I
each . . . .. 1,000,000 to prepare a bill relative to the -
I7f>(! to SOU there is not one once- commonwealth of the country but they I '
I Ie Three colliers ($300,000:; REPORTED FAVORABLE. woods fires" that every year sweep Talking of railroads )Ir. Mathews
don where 1: fall; later than April 21es i are few. Education or school i I
i eath I . . . . 1,500.000.: acnms the State leaving a trail of ruin the young and energetic n..w.papt't'-
&ad only twice d it come on this learning. Is the beat acquired In'I'
Hospital lotlp . .. . 730,000: i Action of Senate Committee on F E. ; and desolation behind them: That a nit'luber (rum Bradford has introduced '
c day of the month.it During this period ; childhood It la developed as the body J
C. should consider a rather important constitutional
Railway Extension.The Florid legislature
omoi: throe tin) es on April :25! and and mindrffrowg. and the father or p.ir- I"tit I
3 12t'qv Total $!S5,00 lOOfTit. matters of such vital Important at all amendment. As it now Is, the Rail .
foar times on Apr who for ajy other reason than
.' naval looses UuMnla has snstalned Tallahassee (Capital of Thursday IH indeed' a significant; sign; of the ;: road t'omiubulon U simply legislative
bat of absolute destitution or slrkie : ,
already exceed $:lIJ.OO ,OWnnd I says of the action of the Senate times and the people of the State creation.. The power that makes
Vardama of Mississippi s who refuses or prevents bill child II
y I should disaster meet RojetRveneky's I Committee on Railways! an I 1"1'1-1 should keep behind the members until can unnlak.*. sod the object of the
bits so far noftenei towards President I I from attending! the public schools so "
hIJ.g the total I would approximate! I i some decisive step I U taken along; these amendment '11 to nutk the .mlifsMft* ,'
Konsevelt; that ho speaVs to him In ;, generously; provided and mnlntainedfor :
;-..tI.OlIO.(WIt) I : I line.*. n part and parcel or mi -nt rath,V i ii
;nu> mannerI'1 I II, f fI them. Is guilty of a crime second !
I I I o 'r than our statute uw ..
Committee 311 Rail
"With all h.fart I wish him well ,
ir.y only to that of boflly.injury.Some
DRAINAGE'OF EVERGLADES.Editor wars and Telegraphs this morning reported Nothing! has aa jet twin heird of
sod am willing ta overlook his poculncracles. ; may say that a scarcity of
4 ) favorably I>r ('rill'. bill the Ant I,Saloon League and Its proposed Former Senator A & Mann has
shou1d' :Xtetropolin: upon i
,titles and Idio. I i ii labor to gather the crops forces! the i '
: prodding for the extension of a railway crusade sgrlnst; certain patent I bw-n here In the Interest tlf. big \
Your articles (he of the
tiit.> to be friend1 with him. I hate i on drainage cbicld to leave school and seek the
I I I i, from tht mainland to Key West medicines, which are popularly sup.Poseel HnfMl Roads meeting, which U to behld
Everglades of Interest but ,
; *rutn iu the concl'islon that he did not are great fields, He who does It cares little for
I I I : contain booze than here on the :::>Ib. It is expected
with two amendments. The first inserted to more!
.r *lUe what he fas< ,lolng when he the writer is one of the many who his child. The crop may be I large' and I '
I : the word ""hUhest to drugs Nor has the famous constitutional : that this meeting will launrn a bin '
so as
ooomitted that 1 olcnco ipun public I would like enlightenment from someone abor scarce, but that man tflbt loves I t ,
Ii' who ': lren'Mt'! for assessment at the highest i I amendment yet come up pro : doing/ away with the 'Onlct leas
knows the
K.Dtiment by dlVsshington IPA With Booker'I on following questions I his own flesh and bloat, and has the
1,I average of constnictlon or railroads I ildlng for the general "wet end dry" system ant, providing for the employment .
and rorrlng negro one.t : I(shaping of Its life, intelligence und :,
now In operation In the State The election throughout the State.! No such I of prisoner on the pUblic road
That the Everglades and oughtto
ils ling I haveiirlon : can :
; 'upon our now public. (I future at slake will'sacrifice his cusp I, '
saying second amendment made a change in Innovation \\I.! however likely to prevail 'As the Federation of Labor In the
drained without
be '
teas to I he ron that he was I gues : I a hundred times rather than depr re :;

actng; honestly.mistaken ; >r, perhaps, unrte. that they are fertile and would prove i iJ the child of that knowledge It should the date from April I in May I In Section I In a State wh"re! the lea option I i State ha* atreadydclared war on the

or mall ions advice, and f J highly productive' is also probably' i S! which relate tu the time when : principal has tvcome so deeply rooted lease system this new departure may .

r us wir. he would n"t do. snob a thing true but who owns this vast tract a'qulrf'0 the freight and passenger/ tariffs shall I. eventually prove tu have considerable.. '..
atale.. of J,760.0xt acres? It It all federal cease to be effected! bv action of the Of "out'and out" anti liquor Irgisla: strength behind It .j

: : land or is come of it State and some KILLING OF PIGEONS. Uilroad( Commission The two amendments Ilun tin'rt lx. however. enough!; and to -

THE OPPOSING I< FLEETS. I. of. It privately owned! Is i! not so :Mr, Perdue. a West Palm Henli I were adopted and .i'W' copies spur S
: the greatest: nasal battle In the hisyuay that In order to drain part of It well : vomnn will ark the Florida Legls'ature : were ordered printed as! a'ulI'nde.l. anti I the hlpplng' of liquor In$. dry" lAnward's niessane to th' ", tnrefs

s enact lat the the made .ler couutlet.. Mill hangs fire In the 9..ni that the State might; profitably em: .(
at the 'A'or will probably be the whole 'must be drained! Is not to a { prohibiting: { nxasure was n shcl.il| or '

tougbi' during th caning WN'k. It :{ the very bigness of the tract the-main Inhumane! net of shooting pk:eons atthe for Thursday morning; April .U. ate. while ;n the House Mr, Kll..on.has bark In the life Insurant" businessjvas *;

j r : of that for the I intrixlnrcd l a lull, requiring all f-xcltcd! some ronln"-'''. and the bill
will be the final $isls IG the Russo olit>:t
ls4 IftoI'Alle'e ware f r d'tor to ell her why. fl.1I-the!! attempts and all the talk pose of sport and pleasure With About Rheumatism. packages of j'laiuiants sent Into gnchrountUH i: that Is to be Introduced along these

sane a trlumrb In the great etrug of the. past have come to naught! nhat: success' she will meet 'inalm There are few distafed that Inflict tu tsar a list of their eon linn U likely tu stir up such s. tempt ,

true so long.wage, tv : The people of California found no to be seen ; more torture, than rheuniat'sra! andthere ..nta. And 4 bill on the lines of the In a teapot: as I-1t.rllla has nol

The Russian outnumbers that i serious difficult In the drainage of Hut whether successful or rot. the Is probably no disease for which Carter tneaiiiire was also put Imo theHoux set n for many a Ion? duj. 1t

: ft Japan DE'arl nIt to one, but in I the tule lands; but these lands were :t'rllUfof killing these birds for the I such a van a-I and useless lot of remedies lift Saturday.Senawr -
Name Is
The Right DeWitt.
4" tonnage< and the latter greatly |i comparatively small In area. it seems inrpooe' of pleasure, and' I,'<>a.ure I hate been suggested To say that I _

eliminate the other advantages. This to me the only way to do this work oi.lv Is an art that appeals to the I It can be cured Is, therefore, a bold Ullli has Introduce a con

with the fact tha the Japanese seamen I. U 10 do it right. That Is drain all hearts of all mankind save those statement to make, but Chtmberlala stttutioual amendment providing in ef. I i DeWltt Witch Haiti Salve cool r t

4 are now seasoned In warfare. are of it at one; dig big canals- that will /guilty of th" act Thousands ..ofie Pain Balm, which I'hJo'S! as extensiveHale feet that w hvn a liquor election held I soothe and heals! cats, burns, boils,

considered better!" Buhters and han I I serve as well for transportation purposes '* ,... birds are killed mutilated has met with great succeos In the In any ,given county these questions bruises piles and all skin diseases,

io the main, more modern vesscu, as for drainage. But no private and crippled! early at the Beach resort treatment of this disease. tone application shall be ,'01 -!| on"-- "wet and l dry" dispensary K. E. Zlckefoose, Adolph W.Ya, says:

bring the contestjup to an even footIng ., I Individual( or corporation can or ought and other places of the State of Pain Balm will relieve the ")ly little daughter had white swell-

with the advantage If anything,,. I j to be allowed to do this work. It with uuly an occasional toUe or expression pain! and hundreds of sufferers have r Inx so bad that piece after 'piece of

la favor of the Japanese. 1 should be done a* similar work In well raised In their bvhmf., It I. testified to permanent cures by Its It is understood that a bill pro, Mint; bone worked out of her leg OcWltt'i '

'."4 Japan naturally, brae, sympath) |.done in Holland. If the State olI I a cruel heartless practice and should use. Why suffer when Pain Balm affords for a county dispensary will be introduced Witch Hazel Salve cored her. It 1. '

tia ft the greater part of the world. and II I I Florida does not own the land ands N- stopped. such quick relief! and costa but later! on. the most wonderful heall&c salve Im N

,fce U expected to win, wit there i I can not afford to do It, why U It not thit 1I'h1'should special legislation n trifle! For sale by RM Cross Pharmacy I the world. Beware of counterfeit "ft. t

t much of federal function all dealers The advocate of the uniform text Sold by Biscayne Drug Co.
a doubt, the fan being nnqnestion Itll a or duty h. required to reach this infamous and modlrtne f;



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EXPRESSIONS s OF FEELINGS. I HE DON'T WANT IT. f Atlanta April 17.-Reports from the Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That DOOOO

:J = local weather bureau Indicates that Contain OOOO OOODap000
Adopted by House on Return of Con. The Metropolis Does Business Witha serious damage tas been done to
;; federate Battle. Flag*. Business Subscriber.The fruit and vegetables In Georgia. The Contractors and Property Owners

thermometer registered 31 degrees An mercury will survlv.: destroy the 4
3. la the House :Thursday;; .fternoon new management of the Me here at 6 o'clock this morning.the low- sense of smell and completely derange If you dou't want to SAVE MONEY f owe

General Jewell of Orange, o It-red the tropolia, finding a number of subscriptions j est on record at so late a date. tbe whole system when entering It cant help you. If you do, co.ie to

f L following concurrent resolution, which I long overdue, began sending out Killing frosts are reported from Macon through the mucous surfaces. .Such

i tinder waiver of the rules was passed statements to all such subscribers << I and Augusta, and as far south a* articles should never: be used excepton The J. A. McDonald Co.

:;:and certified to the Senate: | their indebtedness. One individual replies -,I Mobile. A light wind. here Is believed prescriptions from reputable physicians :

,s.5., ;*Bo It resolved by the House of Rep- thus"Miami i I I to have prevented more serious dam- as the damage they will do.. 'AND BUY YOUR

.' resentaUrea. the Senate concurring<<: : Printing Company: |'I age. i Is ten fuld to the good! you can possl- :
I t. "Whereas, By an official communlck'J. "Jentlemen: I have never contracted [ Killing frosts are. albo reported In | bly derive from them. Mall's Catarrh Long Leaf Yellow Pine

i lion from the Governor we learn that for yours paper dont want Itwe portions of Georgia, Alabama. Tennessee -j I Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney I

5paraaant, to action taken bjjithe ConKress have not bin getlng it we dont live and South Carolina. The predictions j &: Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury: i Framing at $16 per 31.

i:;' : of the United States here have in Rallies city now bin moved to are for continued cold tonight I and IK taken internally, acting upon I Boards
i,been returned to the State
)t.the flags once gallantly bonte. by thecltoops Paper, and duns to youreSelfes and I h)stem:In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure I I Cement, Sash Doors, Mouldings, and whatever else a

;t of this State, but w],let have oblige II II I I I tx stir an-1 get the genuine. It I III I.'j builder requires at lowest possible figure.

H been tong resting the of the "Youres J. B. Robertson"j j I To Cure a Cold .In One Day taken Interns: )' and made In Toledo, j .
[ "?National Government; cushy j The Metropolis believes every word j j I Ohio by.... J. Cheney Ar Co. 'rt>stim1>- I I "-
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. You Know Where We Are Fla.5
"","Whereas, The of this Mr. Robertson Say*. It knows he' I Dials free. j I -- 14tH Street Miami,
Legislatur All druggists refund the
'.Ftat'as people don't want it or else be would pay for money Sold by druggists. t |
-, It falls to cure. E. W. Groves signature filet" ;.ir; per i sVyTVV OO- >O XO"O rte. and believing It xpresses It, while -grammatical and flaw. ,I bottle j
1 Is box. ZSc.
on eac
.;;..their feelIng and sentiment u this re- i loss" construction of his letter show A Guaranteed, Cure For Pile I Take Hall's Family Pills for constl- j .
,', card desires to express its cordial rec- very plainly that he has no need for pit UOD. .
'..','ognltlon and acknowledgement of this It or any other paper Putting these County Court. I i!I ; F. W. HAHN. -

generous and patriotic act upon the facts aside, the Metropolis Is grateru In tbe county court yesterday afternoon !

u:part of our --National Government; to Mr. Robertson for his prompt and Thadeus Williams, colored was : NOTICE. I Architect and Builder :

: ""'.!,therefore, be It" | emphatic reply, for It now knows that -nnvicted of assault and battery epon -

tl "Besolved. That we, in common with be wants his paper stopped and that Uis wife. A fine of $13: and costs or Depuitiuvni of the Interior, Land Office I now nave in mj employ one of the bet l

'tau the people of this.State jj are pro- he will not pay for it, thus settling 30 days in Jail was given him by Judge at Gainesville Fla.. April 3. no draftsman in the South and am better

""loondly grateful for the return to our the question of his subscription ana Heyser. Notice Is hereby' given that the following prepared than: ever for furnishing plaits

Moving. care and custody of pete bat- had much rather receive such a reply C. Robinson pleaded guilty In this named settler has filed noticeof and details lor good buildings, flue cabinet '

".,tie-ton flags, which In the rears of a aa this than none at all or the oft repeated morning's session to petit larceny and his Intention to make final proof In work etc I am now headquarters .
was fined 15 and costs by the court. support of his claim for turned work scroll sawing and all
\\vpktidid. If BorrowlDS past: waved one of -I have received your and that said work
.;f"over the ranks of }9orlda'tN| iiublestfi bill, I want your paper and win remit The criminal business of the court proof will be made before John B. : usually planing in milL a FIRST CLASS .
; finished this and the civil Relll MlamJlFla.
raider banners was morning ,, U. & Commissioner at
who these surer shortly.
sons. .. Send
me your order for doors
_". fought end died for a cause they Newspapers can't live on promises,: docket was taken up this afternoon.A on May 12, 1905, vix.: WilliamJ. win ;

; and Wloh' 'these fat* symbol- and if subscribers would do one of Kronc:: cf Homestead FU., homestead dow frames, ballusters, brackets, etc

:":, the two; take the paper and pay tot- Daredevil Ride :32991: for the s J.: of sw 1-4. sw and be convinced )flAM!. FLA

."Resolved. further That >s frome It, or don't take it with the Intentions 1-4 of se J-4. section 6, township 67

B to time the people o Florida of never paying for It, all publishers Often ends in a sad accident. To heal south range ::9: east, and se M of se

:'Ii1lhaI1'look upon thane! warn' and'tattxred would be more grateful and a thousand accidental Injuries, use Bucklen's Arnica 1.of section 1, township 57 south

tnnnpr. fllllnc the. hearts_ ._ per cent better off. salve. "A deep wound in my foot range 33 east.
r----n-_ cad.mfnda nunn.with memories-1 of a hero-I I from sn accident," writes Theodore He names the following witnesses f WHALERI

Pi}sm'and patriotic devotion wit excelled Cheated Death. I Schnele. of Columbus, O, "caused me to prove nls continuous, residence '
great pain. Physicians helpless upon and cultivation of said
.Via .Iranian hlrtory, they remenv Kidney trouble often ends fatally, were land, vix.:
L:ber, 'with charity for all with malice but by choBlng the right medicine, E. but Bucklen's Arnica Salve quicklyhealed Charles Gossman. of Black Point

V toward none,' this noble act of restora- H. Wolfe, of Bear Grove, Iowa, cheated It." Soothes and heals burns Fla.

lctlon'by those who, once out foemen death. He says: "Two years ago ,I like magic. 2Sc at all drug stores.In L. R. NUon, of Black Point Fla. Everyone who buys a a
tiave In this fraternal deed conquered William Anderson of Black Point
I t bad klndncy trouble, which causedme
Brown's Behalf.
.'|,oar heart and thus achieved the only great pain suffering and anxiety, Fla. Diamond of us Feels'
obtained D. C. Brown, of Perrlae, Fla. .
t and true victory ever by but took Elictric Bitters which effected
The Tallahassee of
correspondent W. G. .
i over South. | Robinson. .
also found
I have
a complete cure. the Times-Union, says: "Senator C.M. that he
or she has secured
/"Resolved., That the Governor Is re- benefit in general debllty Register a good
them of great Brown bas engaged: the services of
communicate bargain. Jf'e intend '
pectfnllv requested to and nerve trouble and keep them that aery
lion. Fred T. Myers as leading counsel ,
thee resolutions, or a copy thereof one shall feel that '
constantly on hand since, as I find way. Every: .
in the Brown. Basklo contest case, NOTICE.
V> the proper official representative of they have no equal" Art druggists a
'IaD.the.National. Government at ashing. guarantee them at $04:. following witnesses: Rev. W..CJJnd- cola, ci't and price. lie hate
Notice I I. hereby given that the
say S. R. Pyles, Syd Whaley, lion. City some nice ones to show you : : : : :
Speaker tillchrlst appointed General Schools Wilt Open Council of the City of Miami will applyto .
Henry W. Long, all of Marion county, ..
7eweU. Captain Johnson and !Mr. Blanl the Legislature of the State of Florida

The rural schools of Dade county and Rev. W. W. Paris Judge R. H.
>toa to'act as a committee to provide at the session beginning April 4th. r
will be opened earlier next season than Seymour and Hon. B. B. Tatum, of
,-imitable exercises to celebrale the nvI 1905: for the passage of a special Act
ever before-possibly In July or Angnrt. Dade county
I:turn of the Lags I This was the statement of Superintendent granting a Charter to the City of Mi JThe Jeweler

1ic r ami. Said Act to contain provision .
", R. E. Hall this morningand A Tried and True Friend.
[.Chamberlain's' Cough Remedy the Best creating and establishing the Municipality
the reason assigned Is that b> One Minute Cough Cure containsnot
.. and Most of the of Miami ,
City *
> Popular doing so the children many of whom an atom of any harmful drug and ; providing
'olben buy It for soupy children, are taken from school and put to work It has been curing coughs colds, for the election of officers and pre 1

;i railroad men buy It for severe coughs In the tomato fields can get the benefit croup and whooping cough so long scribing their powers and duties; prescribing Wilson &
f#and elderly people boy it for la and limiting! the powers of Flye
of a fun term. The new term or that It has proven itself to be a tried t,
cjgrlppe: Moore Bros Hdon. Iowa the City Council; granting' right to 1m.IkJM .
,7 My arrangement Mr. HaH thinks win become and true friend to the many who use
r"'We veil.' more,of of ch intMortain'. popular with the patrons i and It. Mrs. Gertrude E. Fenner. Marion. panaldes for offenses against he D..t. IK : : -

ooogh'Remedy than any other: kind. scholars. Ind. says: "Courting and strainingso City Ordinances; trel'rlbllmethod..
$f: It seems to have taken the[''lead over weakened. me that a run down in for the sssesmoent and collection of Staple Groceries Fruits

,-aereral other good brands.'t There Is Won a Name of Fame. weight from US to 82 pounds. After revenue; providing for a Municipal ,

!(DO question bat this medicine la the trying a number of remedies to no Court; granting 'the right to Issue '

J! beat.that can bit procured for coughs DeWltfs Little Early Risers the avail, One Minute Cough Cure! entlroly City Bonds in excess of S per cent of TOBACCOS

kr land colds, whether It be a cbJU or an famous little pills, have been made t'urPme.." Sold by Biscayne Drug the valuation" of real and personal AND CIGARSAvenue
'''adult that Is afflicted. It always cures famous by their certain yet harmless j I Co. properly within the City limits limits:

", and cures quickly. Sold by led Cross and gentle action upon the bowels provl.llDg for the election of Blind D and 14th St., MIAMI. FLA.WeWantEveryGrower.
'Pharmacy_ and all medicine calm ;I and liver. They have no equal for | BOLD STEALING. Trustee, aDd prescribing: their powers Ms-tfd.t. .

:, |I biliousness constipation eta They j ji I and duties. 3
New Directory Our i I do not weaken the stomach, gripe, or I Thieves Carry Away Two Anchors By order of the City Conuctl of the

,:ii. |i make you feel'slck. Once used always, I' From Royal Palm Dock. City of Mlaml '
% f Parrish' new directory of Miamf la I! preferred. They strengthen. Sold I M. R. KELLUM.

recoved ]* Blfvayne Drug Co. b"l I Some few months ago the Metropolis j" City: Clerk i x

> ,I : told of continued stealing along the tIN
book is much the same aa that of pre- Will Bring Body Home. 'iWaahtngton.
bay and river front of boats, tools from THE STATE TO HAVE
''rvion'yean- though It la larger" and I|I April IT. The State boats, etc., and since then there has NOTICE.In t OURf BOOKS.
F :'contains: the given names of all mar-j i Department has decided to have the been a considerable let-up though It t

,':,. fried ..omeD. which was not done In remains of John Paul Jones, recently continue to some extent Court. of County Judge, State ofi| Florid V KrtaWtiL"-A complete manual of Floridacrop*

*' _- the' old books. It Is handsomely Illns- I unearthed at Paris, brought to the About the biggest and boldest theft Florida, Dade County Florida Orspie*."-Of special lntar.t to orange irowsra

%,.trated. and descriptive of Miami and (! I'nlted States by a naval ..suetFrightful yet committed, however occurred a. In re Estate of Charles B. Crockett Jr. iTo j "Florida Strawberries. Booklet on "SoIl Varieties, Cultivation aa4

de ,county, besides containing a I;i few nights ago, when two anchors all Creditors Legatees. Dlstrlbu-i Fertilization*

horough; and complete map of the Suffering Relieved. weighing In the neighborhood of 100 tees and all persons! having claims Irish Potato"-A Booklet on "Soil. Seed Plaatlnf and Cut aUoa; Kftat

,etly. A large consignment of these j j' pounds each, and having considerable I or demands against said estate: of Fertilisers. Dlggta and Bhlppln" :

bode* will be received in a ay or two Suffering frightfully from the vlru rope attached were taken from tbe Ton and each of you are hereby notified Pineapple ertllUlnOf special Interest to pineapple (rows** 1

-y;;when they will be on sale af the news lent poisons of undigested food, C. G. Royal Palm Dock and carried and required to present any !' Ideal FertJUzenBook showing all our different brands analyses Betas. t'.

',.,stands. Grayson, of Lula, Miss. took Dr. The anchors! were the property .wa"1 claims and demands which you or etc'a

'I King's New Life Pills "with the re- yacht Jeannette lying close by cither of yuu may have against the New and Revised Editions of the above Just published,sent free for the t v m&
i Tb. Very Best Remedy for Bowel o suit he writes, 'that I was cured." All on which the crew were sleeping. I estate of Charles B. Croc ett, Jr. de-1 I

_'i 1 Troubles-No Family Can", Afford t I stomach and bowel disorders give wayto Nothing has been heard from them I ceased, late of Dade county, Florida, j WILSON & TOOAIBR\ FERTILIZER COMPANY '

to be Without it. their tonic, laxative properties. 23c since. to the undersigned administratrix of ,
i. at aLl dmg stores; guaranteed. j I II II i said estate within two years from the JACKONVILLE. Fla.
"*! regard Chamberlain' Colic, Chol- Has Stood the Test 25 Yesr I date hereof '

< ''*ra and Diarrhoea Remedy* one of Meets at Spartanburg.Spartanburg The old, original Grove's Tasteless Dated March 16, A, D. 1905. Chase <3s : 3asy: Agents '
:;' (the very best remedies for bowel trou- 8. C, April 14.-More Chill Tonic. Yon know what you are Antes MacG. Crockett a.zn1.

:ibleesay.; Mr. J. W. Hanlon, editor than one hurdred delegates were taking. It is Iron and quinine la a '.ID Administratrix. BROWN & MOODY STOCKTON: BRADFORD ft

I* the Despatch. Odlla. Georgia. "I present today at the opening of the tasteless form. No cure no.par. We .I Cutler Little River.

.Sake this ,statement after having annual convention of the South Carolina NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX. "
:used th medicine In myfmny| for division of the Travelers' Protective According to the Tampa Tribune
II :several 7N1'1..l1 am DeTe!' without It." Association.. The visitors who the political factions of that place arc I Bottling Works

.;'i"' No famIly chi afford to be without a come from every section of the State getting together sort of "pipe of AU persona concerned will take no- I'.
:bottle of .this remedy In :fth r.* hot:,., were: given.a cordial greeting. The peace" affair. The btut-np will be all tlce that six month after daM I win WAIL & DICKINSON. Props. .' *;* 1f

/i It.* certain to be needed sooner or session of the convention win continue the more exciting when it cornea. present my final account sad voucher .
Uth Strfel Near R. K., Miami, Flallsnafarturrn d
u executrix of the acute of Joan
later.' For sale by Red Croa. Pharmacy two days and wffl be Interspersed
-. 'j 3. Harden, late of Dade de-1
"v and all medicine dealers. with various feature of entertain Last Hope Vanished ,
.; ceased to the County Judge of said. of
: Th
meaL reports of the officers
and for final discharge'u :
CONTEST IS WARM. show the affairs of the State organization When leading physicians said that pray my '
executrix of said estate All Knds of
---: I to be In splendid condition. W. M. Smlthart of Pekln. la., had Incurable -
4 Washington, April 18.r- Great Interest consumption, his last hope j
Executrix Estate of J. J. Hadeft'De- Soft Drinks s thomgt
la the meeting of the Daughters Rheumatic Pains Quickly Relieved. vanished; but Dr. Kings New Discovery ; :
of the American Revolntlo4: Is center The excruciating pains characteristic for Consumption coughs and colds et+ased. j T AI
January IX 105. MWm jLUm& to An Oroen.DYSPEPSIA. Out-cf-Tcwa Orttara BoOatts t
toed today on the preliminary for the of rheumatism and sciatica are kept him out of the grave. He says:
election of a President whlcn occur quickly relieved by applying Cham- "This great specific completely eared

e1,:. tomorrow. | berlain's Pain Balm. The great pain me. and saved my life. Since then, I CURE

Vii, Mrs: George M. Steinberg and Mrs. relieving power of 'the liniment has have used It for over 10 years, and
... Donald McLean of New! York. and been the surprise and delight of thou consider It a marvelous throat and
>< w Mrs. Charles Leppltt, of Rhode Island sands of sufferers. The quick .relief lung cure." Strictly scientific cure .KOdAskfor' DIGESTS WHAT YOU BAT r
r O TW H.00 feRtoanttlri JH"MID.Mtt Mr..vlli MS.to M*..
active candidates and Their adherents
are from pain which It affords la alone for coughs, sore throats or colds; sure ..., .
un DaLY AT lie u.cuRn a ?
.- :are waging a vigorous though worth many times its cost For sale preventive of pneumonia Guaranteed, D.'VITT'
. E. C. &
DOt: bitter, campaign. It If Impossible by; Red Cross Pharmacy and all mf'lll- I 50c and $1.00/ bottles at all drat; store. *
- now. to" forecast the result! ,cine dealers. Trial bottles five. the J 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar


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WILL ENLARGE QGA3 FACTORY.. I DELRAY CANNING FACTORY.Something DOINGS AT DELRAY. ,I j :Mrs JV, Scolt will leave fur Hurtilunn i ('lta -- --- --- : -
>l. H. Ma)berry for $612, J 1.
; I Mich; Tuesday if*. of land In
Xitnanies Bros. HaJe Sold Little About One of Dade 21, tp. 43: > I
the Coun Mac2'tnery
t> { Arrival of for New |I Mr. and .Mrs Allen genre drove to : I fto
range; 41 east
Erma Cig 'r Store. : ty's Growing Industries.I Factory. Other NoteLOt'lray. |j W"III I'ulm Ueach Saturday i' |
j 1I..t'.I. Fort Dallas land Cu..
I i, Mr. Ell Campbell and :Miss Myrtle I I U \\.i/.l for
A ttUS..1S. deal 0 1tlt.C) Important I 'lr.ihas evidenced more thrift Fla. April 19. -- A Harper sere married at Lantana a Miami lino lot i. : : i:

b1ll with the-onuom oC enlarg1ngand than its n'-lchhQfI: alone th> road nf inciters arrived I I j|i (
Tuesday ,
i i week ago, 4 un lay. They In
I are now IM"! SIM .
I I li: lohn"
U elava'lopang sue (.f J lUlI'b industrlra. I probably from the fact Mint its people from up the State presumably their new hum' on to ;,, &
iyiana l Ihani tar $J.IMHI, lois
1. 2. 3. 4. ;
at J.rtI1t III its Ir ', made lia\ not IIt..1 themselves :
afl" wits to any particular for Chase & Harney i
j )Ir. A. B. :'I1f'S.If't'.loOlirltor for Jan : ". &. In II I t.l'l. 14. bkK-k 1' -
this twnrning. anti In which the Little crop, and Instead of dei ?ndm.jin ; '.'r. A. J. Sterling Is having Sabers, of l'htI.ldl.hia.) 1
I Thurs
spent| MIIIVaddi II "
to North
Ertna Cigar "rA.n'. 01 rated bIellllrs.. >n tntaiatues for a livelihood. have 'allstory strut lure which will !i! day In town i
:Xamant'w Dr...... wa told to MrsbrsC. 1 1 danced I, Warrant) aced: Ft Dallas I ,I
eTteiislly and yroataLly.cnbbue. : l hi Mr. \\ J, Green ear a Misses Stella
i'P and I.ula ll.iriw'r spent i to iK-lla! .\IIIl>r...... for $Ii.: un. :
Wand A. T. Ui! brothers oftrs.. lin.a cream .
ana Leans with plroapples -' ite parlor The new I I several
das InVesr Palm ,
I\'h last fart lot i.;, Idock. 41. :Miami >
W E Man h. and tJ w.UI..rs to. this lor a sure thing, but fcince Cuban enterprise w ill be located( I w....k. KIRSH of lathes. i'
I lard T. K. Sa\axe and wife
; rat) competition. has reduced profi:s Chapman House: Mr. J. W. Gr' I I Mr. and Mrs C'ullen l'''lire |11- : !
were in !'alma r for $1.00: ). .
It : -; III' '!lU"II4ili on of the best pay of pineapple culture, the Dfirajites establish the first bakery in i! .Miami it C....... days last we...k. and no block 13north:: Miami 11 and .. t

i lN ID the dly an4! cost complete of have endeavored to create a home idly .
supply progressing tillage, and I tired
| many ImproienunU In the :Magic
IVi-d, Joseph Con '
tho, 1 mrl 10 the Sta and while the for their product by building a and favorably known in Miami City ) a to : ,
I O Ni'al for $:;,) and other nmxida
tenn" uf purchase .rr private It 1skvrdrnt' canning factory that would preserve clnitt. enin>ciiilly so at Lemon i i The Boynton Hotel cl
that the 4nsideratiun was their fruit and enable them to sell It he having liefu.for some time I i MOMin last we.k to the regret of many
Warranty deed Fort
j 8uhtanfinlIr.. A. l. nm will have when the market was not glutted. Red with D. R. Knight of that commission men who have ,I Dallas .
made It
Co. to E. U Brady, for $ )
(hinge of the business. assisted ati Upon Investigation it was discovered Since the rev oval of his their headcjmirierH
during: shipping 'i 1 1'.. 17. and is, block 125. .
mrcb as possible by lhs brotherwho I.I I. ihat the advantages offered preserving Dt'Iray, :Mr Gro-n has been season heretofore.The : I'
managers.Boyn- ..
3 id-atified: Veith th1' First National : home-grown fully matured fruit 'sbful and ranks) unll.I.,. Its :'10 I Igressh'e i ton & Parker are in he congratulated !' WERE ",
; hash. was so ereat-. that the neoole wondered citizen!: I I on their successful j {
management, as
;. la disposing (.t the store the Messrs.7fimaniee why a canning factory had Jot been I The Planters Pack'ng; and Pi I the hotel 1 has been full all the time for .

did 6Q forte purpose of del established years ago and they immediately ing Company has ronccUed of ,, the paVt four months often II, Distinguished Yachtsmen
turning I
l 'voting their undivideb attention In the took steps to secure one that Idea in wntch tc knock out o> down as high 8M thirty applications a Blow and Waterspout. 1.

future to tile "''bol4'NLie manufacture of would take care of their own' products.It lion and they seem to be ('(' a day. Many "ho com once come I t;

1;enlargement> is more of an undertaking than A large black board to the every year after*arils and bring I U report are true the ,

: was at first anticipated'but the factory the postoOice. has been 'erected others with them; which speaks well yachtsmen '-
composed of Lady
rennin the new quarters is there and Is rapidly nearing each day is written thereon the fur the place. '
i of "
securing England. Mrs McCabe Mr. 1
: Trw being completion. The is in that it will for '
I machinery now pay tomatoes. +
and Mr. McCabe jr..
i .. tanlol a few months ago -with one I transit and will be Installed next board said: "Fancy. $::. choice. $% Legal' Papers. here several days ago for an

i rags they have steadily increased theragadty week. The boilers and engines have everything Is going that way.
cruise in the keys aboard the '
of their factory until be are reached Jacksonville so that the factory solldation" Is the only thing the The following papers mere filed In Carib and Klondike Captains iJ

now .coLiitantly empigyed. and as soon will, be ready for active work before per here know, when you talk the clerk's office, circuit court, today: and Ball respectively 'j

'r U permanently located the number the time calculated upon. May 15, I toes Warranty deed Mary and W. B. had quite! an experience with a I I)i<,

"Will b doubled Increased from and It Is expected to turn out during Mr. J W French who Is Brickell to R. C andV.. V. Shackleton spout In Bahia Honda last

1 U.n tII al the ant demaodL the present season not less than 25.iW Cyst settlers In Delray aid the for IS: .00, lot S. block 106. Miami day. and while considerably i y

last Thursday Rintanies Dros. ( ( cases of pineapples, a good Quan.1 i efficient )Joltmaslt'r. will soon Florida Coast Line Canal anal Trans about the yachts escaped tb.rt'W i I
I (
: whipped" ,th..tr utsidP order of tity of lima beans okra and enough ;' a capitalist If his investments portatlon Co. to C ors Anderson for age: though; the Carib had her ...

: $.000 cigars, and tooiny t'JlvprE'oI IS't0 tomatoes to supply local consumption. ue as successful in the future as $:e.aa. five acres In Seclluu 21. tp :53.: awning carried away. .1 .

to the heal tra p. -othlng but The Fruit have in the :
and"egE'ca.le Crowers jiastMr south range 41 east i :
I This is said( to he the report : u i'
th beat: of tobacco: ail be used In the Association, of Delray which was the G. D. Brosidcr of the Warranty d<-" d. lidney A. ('1I..IIley.tll over from K'y'ritTul' : 'lj

t J.r.lUlllfaetuf of tht'l Foods. and con first mutual or cooperative racking I I Metropolis staff, was In Delray Susie E J.'luz'I. for $ ;''''..if). uuarys Captain Roberts, who" cams J '

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tL" factory. They are enthusiastic Florida and which has cone to much popular dailv. east ,
matters and who will return
:. OHr the success alr(' iy met _'Ith. and for the development of Dolray, is now I Messrs Eugene Hunt ".. ,Amendment to t'harll.r of I'laniers"Parking yacht on the Miami tomorrow 41

fed confident that tti'lr bllInells will ,the owner of the new canning factory j Jno. Nix & o, of Xew York and PnMnlnaCo.iKfJ. Roberts aim reports that the ; ,

:1' grow. until the becomes onefami and has changed its name to th Plant- V. B Bennett, representing K. IC J K'to henry Jiilllns;' yacht f.lu'ltr'sbich was 'ti

: s laclfP In-.em* Packing and Preserving Company, i Broih"its, of New York, were 1"11. for ITj00.: lot t. block 21. Clown hate Ix-eii In the direct paten : :

.. tol.ms. I In order to cover the new enterprise. 0 Tuesday's Isllorli. I Adultiou \\'".. Palm 1i"B'h, 8Miut. was bard hit. but !: .

: >CAPE FLORIDA .IGHTHOUSE. Us members, the stockholders) are The macninery for the canning J j \\'arrant'}', ,10..1.'Ich.r KrM<*nlH
principally farmers and residents of ;,'tury armed in two cars Tuesday wife to J.Jmt'r C. Rice, for 11:>(1.00.( The boat and crew are still < !: ;;

t- Delray. so that In this, instance the I I Mr. H E. :Morgan the !; 13. block li''. West Palm IVath. laver coast. ; 1 ja
,, Is in Danger of Being Washed Away
s.l farmers control both their own produce busy having It set up. Warranty deed Sue U. Johnson to :
Ey Encroaching a. Says Writer
I, 'Ii and the factory that will consume -.1' Miss Ollle (hapruan and H C.trihhide! and James II. Girt I :; ;

.. Unless --r.-is It, and hate employed as manager i! Lauther gate ,t launch part for $ 12:>.IHI. lois 1. 4, 5 and S. Communicated. |
something done to protect
., seaa one of the most experienced! And I Hillhboro Inlet on the Papoose and'I ()( ... :2::*, Johnson and Waddfll plat. i
U.land on the jUle of old Cape
successful canning factory men in the I day. Eleven young ladles and Miami Editor Metropolis. I
Florida from y.'a6hi'JF; away it 11'111Ir.t II
country in the person of Mr. IL E. men were lu the Party which \\'anointy alt-cal Fort Dallas Land In your Saturdays Issue yon
1 be but a year or) two before the I
: chaperoned b Mrs I Hickcrxon. '. made to nay that the Lemon
tide will. hare undermined and washed Morgan of Baltimore who knows the i > to Sarah ( Cron. for ll'::CO, lots. City

tti.ie aged and famotjs structure that business In all its branches and departments Warren Ind. The party took and S, block 63::. north. :Miami lie schwa would clone soon on i i :

from buying the Irult to j lunches with them and had a Agreement between S. F. Aultman of poor attendance. We want j
ft:r >o many years the scores of 'I i
Pose past guided mariners safely past putting it Into cans In the best possl- j J JNe joyable trip. R T. (C'Hati I for .sale or Ideal Bot tlnctly understood that the I 1
manner, and then disposing' of it > Mr. and Mrs C. C. Berry. of Works. clotting for the very gooa reason
ttor dangerous rstfti.|Into the sea.
This -. to the best advantage he having for Grove. 0., are recent additions to Warranty i!.....I. Thad"l1l11.: Rak..* I the school: year of eight j i
the of
ass ( a gentle- I
ITJ:& who visited'xprc.tsl.on this historic structure. four years represented the largest ray's growing population They Mary f.:. FUker, bin ,,'UP. fur $lal> I come to an end. also that this it

and packing concerns in the country as chased the Miller place, and are of lot 2, containing T acres ''n attendance has.u the best
and who
pot eon
toning Bald: Sunda| rs ajo I visited Traveling salesman.Mr. proving: the premises :3):), l III.| via. south range 43 history of the school.

: Moran has already soil 12.0M Mr Henry Anderson Last spring the patrons of the "
{ ;OPE' FloridJ., The tide then did not
cases of l'III'aplI.s of the first sea- White Walton Co. of Kill! of swiss, Kobe U Purler to O exhibited their good judgment In
Beach to less than 15$ feet of the base ,I
r n If the old ,liphihou.iei Yesterday the H on's output of this company i in ad was in town today calling on the I Harco. for $ias! ). a bicycle huHin T(" tog the year begin In August 1
liann schwa year of the Miami l
with material '
t r/ns fit almost k&sed the "foundaties. ante conditional orders for a* I (, at We-.t Palm
Mr and Mrs. F W. till-not begin until
If the boach-his washed away much mere proiMms the prodai: ( Chapman [ I considerably
t !lrs. LaSalle spent the day in i! Warranty It is, therefore but natural
this:finch of the land n five years you equal representations made. I' < ee Palm Beach. I W. Blackmer to the Fruit and I'I'I year should end earlier than
can readily see thatit will not take
I :Mrs Hlckersart. Miss Ollie ( ....- .. Growers Association for lat,'r placeOur '
tat a fewyears more'for the eld light FORMER RECORD SMASHE
ti IN undermined an carried away." man, Clarence and Carl Lauther.I I" 1I0 block SS and part of black Iai'i. ,I teacher in the ihool nr '

f I Ited the Indian camp at Fort of Delray.Warranty I ier>' best In the county and In :
tape Florida is the 1
property of Mr.Tavls Car of 600 Crates of Tomatoes Bringing '
I dale Monda I, Instance where
> reed/Ch lrh.a P. Singleton a pupil has -
s wealthy gen leman who has $1750 Shipped This Week. 0 \
ra& a beautiful bom > there. He also Constable I. S. Taylor is I.: Bertha Scheeti Battle for I//)<) e I.: make satisfactory progress and l

gaming a reputation as an )< 8, block :30. West Palm Beach '
owes the old lighthouse structure and The fourth car of tomatoes handled -- '
will rank ahead of officers In his Deed F. B. C. Ry Co. I'
Warren A.
Hat keeper's house at the base, and by the Fulforrt Fruit and Vegetable : \
in Dade county. Sunday a cook for $SO lot :{. block 19, Wtst Palm '
it t-.s made efforts to tireserve and Growers Association
pro- were purchased ,male of one of the hotels In )) ,'

net F.E, them but AO from far /the without\ijntrnston avaiL of Last the .eniian and shipped for 1 William yesterday Hartman by. J. H.of fleck St.1 (got hold of Home bad liquor and iked Joseph H Day knd! wife to R. t It is no Mystery why we take too 'f,1

i juut!
under Its influence to paint Sulzner for f.910 lot S. block !I'S
lfh ruunu-r )Ir. Davis bad several bun l..ouls.10.: !
: ,town red She catered one of the Miami.Warranty .
dm tons of rock ferried across the This Is said! to bate been the finest lead in Crockery and 'Glassware
rate residences here and (' .. I
a;r.j from Cutler and a breakwater car of tomatoes shipped from the East : J de .1.l J H Tartan to r, ,
\ ,ido the smashing a't. and succ(>( I Cahoon for i':<''> lot 4, blink 15. i
tuft to keep back Ih but it I
sea provo Coast this season It contained: COO'
(in putting a clock out of Dllaml.Warranty '
*4 fruitless, the water it Is said, cut- crates and netted the growers $1,750; i' [[

: rug through It andJ j washing out a or $2,!H per rate.. A sample of these' :Monday: "'arrant'a8 Issued for deed, Fort Dallas Lanai Co.' .

channel, or slousb, btftwevn. the stone tomatoes were sent the Metropolis i' culprits, arrest and she was tried I'| A. Kurrtrs for $250::: south 100 feel ; It',. because we makr the same goodto, you for less .t

aft' the beach. ift fore Justice Tacker WTIO I Ic lot G, block 41, north Miami ,' money 'i here f'i one thing about it though. We require :
and they are undoubtedly! as fll lie sin*- ; I
: sentenea'. providing( she would : Warranty deed J.A. Saxon to 1. It the cash down but that really ought out tc make
probable Da vis"will linens
of the. fruit as have ever bt'en' !
lu.te another* thaJlr. summer toe j',| exhibited in Miami t!, the town It Is needless.. to say ; for $100 15 acres of lot 3, sec any difference when we make jou a big saving in costa 1.7W
i the dusky danihtl. 1 h .hd| the : 26, township range 42 tnsL >( the gads. Tbe credit plan harm only th"t'oD.um..r.
b.doffthe water froth carrying The association
away I| have also sold another ,. I
the old the Wort, advln Warranty tt'I.'tl.Iary! : and W B 1 10th." menbant use to make his profit to pay fXpenrs.if '.It
structure ,
a accordingto car of these fruit to be shipped: 1 i
iI I .."' to :Mrs. Addle' Led itch Sex- :>o some one beat tim. your goods are adt!...! on this .' .'

the gentleman quoted above being Thursday to Chas. Bean, agent for i, BOY TON CHAT. 1 ).} for |:2.i: ,> lot 2';, block 10.futiiih. !I.>..<. We are here ready to prove all our a*..,rtioni.. .If t
awe that the povernraent should take Glass< Bloom & Co. of Cine'nnatl. AIagents I > )ut. are rom i"url.'n' : ('A51IOW YOt" 1Sc ; "I

up and render assistance to. and haexpressed are loud in their expressions' I Newt Personal and Otherwise, ; 1

the belief |hat such would of the way goods'are put up and handled i This Flourishing Place. 1 Warrantydarn. Model land Co., to r !

l-e: done should the be ( H Conibt, for 1,600, fi\e acres t.et our .
matter brought by the Fulford Machines
ti the attention of the' proper author Company. ,! 11o 'n'on.' Fla., April 19 -Tlu> i i simian :33.:: ip 51. !south range 12' |irlce. on Sewing before yon buy one

*,,!'n of Saturday did' the | .III.
ities. 1 i
:. -_ | :;r. n'. deal of g Kl 1. | Warranty deed. Fort Dallas land 1

--H Heu) .shiini.fniH, of tomatoes ]! .. to Minnie 11. March I
Paymaster Vacancies- New York." April IS. for $:.&'*)
!N-ginning this week The fruit Is : I I:. block la:: north Miami.
Washington. April p$. =- The anis contracts have been closed for the t| ..W' eloped and THE RACKET STORE
uocnccmont made today at the American equipment of the first steel bringing: good I Deed I. Model Land Co., to a F Car- sj
i 4 Hartley's agent at jtpuco. for $!,r.OO. lot
lhaj ::. block !4.
Navy Department there are twen' mill to be built In China, and for the
j )Ir. 1o1jl:11".
sprout Saturday j .
ty-nine vacancies In the grade of asdstsjkt Japanese steel wire drawing mill 11)I Sunday in Miami j Handlers of Everything
Deed B. F.
&.< paymasters In the Cntted blast furnace. Carpenter to X. CI'rIce.
A. T. Pearce of the S. J. 1I. EYcrythiaz old cheaper ,,
5 States Nary. This from civil life The j $50. lots 2 and 3. block 26. Mod-
.. plants call for the ev; Co.. of Jacksonville wan In town
Kxamlnations win be ncl J at the navy pendlture of more than 3000000. AiCJe'eIaud Friday. I .no.Dt

lard. WaJhlngton, and Mares Island. firm of manufacturers were. I Mr. and Mrs. >ed. R F. Carpenter to N. c.Price W. H. CHAILLE & SON-Prop.
j Skinner and I
tl&O. lot 23 block ti. Modelto.Albert .
California June 12th. the
successful bidders I Iii i Mrs. J f
C and son. Sydney, Deed, P. Sawyer tMlIII.. to ,,- -_ : '



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James :McComb, Jr J came ia town 1300 A"'ESUE I) : I Easter
Offerings j
: .,lust night from' Pomp no. ''I I'crOoOtlAi "'Ftcallon i.ivcn to ,VI' t.au... I II at '

IT V Attorney R. IL Sey nour has been I I

Indisposed for the pas few days but I A suit In assumpslt damages $250.: Although tbe posiomce business has p i "

4 it reported convalesce! it today. I, A. T. Carter vs. J. B. Mallon, was filed now 1O1I1(10\1l.n. to the summer basis

,- in the county court this: morning by it is far above t that of any cor'espomliag I! Bur dine & Quarter r

J. G. Truitt: is now isoclated with i J. T. Sanders, plaintiff. attorney. period hi past years, a fact showIng | man
:Mr A. K. McMullen n representing -- conclusively the growth of Miami

the Consolidated Fruit Company. For Sale.-Near Miami; five acres;

110 grapefruit trees; 6,000 pineapples. The many friends here of Ca!>t. IL':' i

r.e Bradley fertilizers for all crops P. O. Box C23 Miami. Fla M Bailey, will regret to learn that he J I
J. E. TrnnT'lti, is serioiihly ill In KeyVest with' i
Walter Ritlow rata that the rumor SDendlcitis. Captain Bailey was taken i jIll | :
The great number/4 business and that the launch Lucile had returnedto several days ago;: while In the neigh- j This season will
residence buildings going up In Ml port Is a mistake though he wishesIt lorlu '..l of Key West on his launch El I| surpass any I

amt:: does not 1uuk like dull ho U anxious to Moro.
was toe as very
Ouch thing ever shown in Dade
tines: next summer have the law get Its clutches upon her ,
Mr. J, II' Ingraham third vice-prts-

Wanted-Japanese! plum or loquat Blscagrne cod. the newest delicacy Ident of the .... E. C. R'y. who has beenin We extend a cordial invitation' _

teed. Wilson It. Flye. | 417 at Wilson ft Flye-s ISC ill health for several months past
will leave St. Augustine next Monday

It Is said that a party of young society For breaking the public peace one morning, accompanied by his wife to our many out of town friends .

people of this city, on or about Will Jackson, colored, will now break and daughter, for Europe, where he .,
May 1st. will charter 'a yacht probably goes to spend the summer In an r- to LOOK OUR STOCK
!i rock for thirty days, or pay the county OVER
4r the Savalo and go on a cruise to $100. This was the decision of fort to recuperate.The aeI

't liavana and other Cuban tAataa porta. Justice Hill, before whom Jackson was -
arraigned Tuesday. many friends of Mr. J. E. In-

dynamite and supplies for graham of the F. R C. Ry:, land department I I
sale by Lammns A SswsXLw will regret to learn that he
Money to loan on Improved property.
suffered a relapse of his recent illness
G. S. Amsden. Cocoanut Grove or U. BURDINE AND
]ir. Roddy Curdlne firmer resident D. Price Miami. Wednesday at his home in St. Angus- QUARTER161ANJh

of Barto but now of ilUmf, Is visit. tine, and that his family was In consequence .
'- Ins his sister Mrs Jphn Crum. of very much worried about him.
Conductor R. E. Brown, who operated
Homeland. He spent Tuesday Bart He was reported slightly Improvedyesterday
tow,the guest of Mr. aid Mt:. P. W. the special between this city and Corner 12th St, and Ave C Miami

Palm Beach during the season has ,
Daniel Bartow Conr er-InformanL
.t returned with his family to St. Augustine
The spring term of the court
where they will reside for the county
Bradley fertilizer j art the best adjourued last Saturday.1 A few civil f..i. I
fT Pot sal by J. E. Lammus.. Illamt summer.If cases of minor importance wen ried ....................- -

t yesterday afternoon. Lewis Knight .
lion. J A. McDonald and family, Mr J. D. Day of Ga ,
left you want fertilizers consult J. E. Augusta. uncle season 'Information
Dr. E. W. Pugh Sunday witha who was convicted of selling il'l'lor I bureau" of the
who have resided at Palm Beach the of the "Duke of Dade Is
Lamwca, agent for the old rellableBradley's visiting house left this
patient from Lemon C ity for a point without a license was, seutcnc.d to week for New York ti
lost several months, will move ha<'x Miami Mr. Day visited Miami IE 1870
1 either further up the S Me or In the goodsMrs. i pay a fine of $2500) 1 or'SO) days in Jail. I ; where, after resting up a few weeks-
to :Miami at an early date and a'ain: he does not regret It. He now ownsa he will
North where will be go to a resort in the a
an operation per Failing to pay the flue he welt to JaB! State for
:- formed. Neither the patient's name : C.P.. Gardner and daughter jaiL -... I occupy their comfortable 'louie on : fine orance grove at Cocoanut Grove th.> summer. Armstrong, or "Johnnle.a" ."
Menus B, though a portion of tblIumm.r I am! came here looting up hU nephewand he
nor declination could be! learned. Miss Pearl are expected to lesave'SLlouts is familiarly known Is probably
I wilt lx spent in the North property Interests at Miami and
next night for me of the most
Tuesday ME'm'l The houseboat Whim Wham, former I widely known and
i Try the latest thing fin dried fish.Bifoayne phis, providing Mrs. Gardner's health I 1 ly owned by Dr. Pierce, of medicine i Cocoanut Grove Mr. Day tells many popular win In tbe: country titling a
+ cod.. at Wilson'* JTye's US will permit her to travel. She has I f I fame, and which he recently sold to Mr. Fletcher, of Cocunnu Grove I tales of Georgia, before and after the like position. He baa been at the
who owns an cxtenshe i pineapple : war. and of his visits to :Miami and business for
been 111 for some time. years and has
Mr. Slade. of New York has peen re made a
arrlvald to I I Elliott bya Key West that would be readable and
Among the the steamer launched from the ways, and with her roVe on Key, accompanied study of schedules resorts and other
/ Utrtlnique from Nassau were Postmaster Wanted. 10 men In each State to owner aboard will get away as soon party of friends! went to tbat place interesting.The i Information desired by tourists and I

a; H. C. Budge Mix Budge. C.H. travel tack signs and distribute 'samples ; as the weather moderates for the upper Friday on the launch yacht Clara travelers, with the result that "ask

'r} B,:idle,.., of the F. E. d: R'y. and W. and circulars of our goods. Salary coast as far as Jacksonville, whereIt CapL Mjers, for the purpose of Inspecting houSf Vagauomlia.; with hr I Johnnie he knows" Is a common reply + I

; H. McDonald, manager of the Western $75.00 pr month. |3.00 per day will be laid up for the summer. the condition of the plants owner, Mr. W. J. :Mellon, on board. na I with Proprietor Graham and Clerk

l>ton T&;Urraph; offlce| All report for expenses Kuhlman Co.. Dept S, and fruit. He reports conditions much I'I which has IKH-TI to the went roast for Cole. He will be seen and known to
than he had expected to find several weeks last passed, turn"l: to
'" better better
1 ha sag! had a very pleasant trip. Atlas building. Chicago. Contractor W. B., Spiers has & force advantage next season at the
e?4 them and says that the key crop of port yesterday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. magnificent new Halcyon Hall 1
of men at wark laying curbipgs and Hotel
} lne will be large ant healthy.Mr. Mellon mill probably leave the boat
4 The launch Lucile which It was > very now rapidly assuming proportions.
Wanted. IS or :0 foot dory-sail sidewalks on Thirteenth rtruet between -
here and proceed to there home In
pnerred. Apply R. M. Monroe Coconnat feared had gone to the bottom In Ba- Avenues D and E, In/Accordance
G roY'e. | hla Hodla from a waterspout came with the action of the c y council at and Mrs. Coe Smith who havebeen Philadelphia by rail. Captain John My If everybody In Miami were like al
ers, her navigator, taking her to PalarXa
safely Into port yesterday hough. It Its last session. Fol wing this the at the San Carlos Hotel for the Harry Budge there would not be a person

3 r The Peters' have lOll their tomato in .said, she had a close call to beingIn street will be sewerpa and paved, the pant five months, lift Tuesday for summer.on the St. Johns river for the going: away, or, at least leaving ?

xt crop at Cutler to Mr., J. H. Ellis of the path of the tower-of water that property owners jiaylng two-thirds of their home in Smlthtown, N. Y. Mr I lade county for the summer. Harry i

;o Havana ,Cuba and Mr. Enis" manager crossed near her. tbe cost. I Smith and his bride came to Miami in one of the many who believes thatIt
Mr.. Stone with helpers arrived on ,i last fall on their wedding tour, expectIng Judge H. F Atkinson circuit court ta more comfortable to ipend hot

Saturday to pick, pack and ship the Chief Gardener Andrews, of the Mrs Uo / wife of Captain Hogg.1 to spend a few days but became commission, Monday afternoon, weather In Dade county than It Js In

1 crop. Mr. Stone says le expects to Royal Palm has a force of men at of the yen/ t Gloria, is lying quite ill'' KO attached to the climate and.beauty heard the argument of a writ of hal the North but who U one :among a few ,

get off the first full car shipment this work cutting back the hyblscus bushes aboard /hat craft at tbe Royal Palm of the city that they decided to spend tas corpus for the release of one M. who will make such an assertion and '

'>t ee1L around and about the grounds. This dock /She Is being attended by Dr. the winter here. Theywill returnin Woarner., arrested: for forgery laOsorola Mick to It. This however, h his

has been male necessary by the bushes Huddleston, and as soon as she shall November.Mr. county and held for the fcher- intention and to prove that he means

"AH persons wishing i real estate assuming such size and proportions h? I't' improved sufficiently Captain : its of that county. The object of the : what he say, be will take Mrt. Budge +

3'' loans should write or cap upon Realty a* tp partly block the walks. 'Hogg will leave In the Gloria for the C. N. Petersen and wire, of Fair writ was to have Wearn releaned! : and family to Soldier Key the lint of

), I west coast where he has a barter mont. Minn who have spent sometime here upon a satisfactory, Niiiil i-nd not the month end spend the succeeding

Fla" Dr. S. G. Worley returned y 4r- j party past at the residence! of Mr O. Dawln I be taken to Oweola countv The writ.: th e weeks there, fishing and recreate ,,.
day afternoo from Palm Beac / 'hither on Seventh street lirt for their was denied and Sheriff! Walker left I in*! After that he! will return to MlI -
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,0I' last Mr. Petersen was st. for Klssemniee that nlchwilt his! I ami. brat laser in the iI
:; Republican candidate for Congress be was summoned a few/ aye ago ij Just as soon as the phenomenal sea home night i 1 mummer will
*:; during .the'last camps n. arrived In by the illness of Joe Jpnerson. the j son closes In Miami, the saw and hammer j much Impressed with Miami, Its excellent prisoner. make another stay at the same place '

h Miami ,Sunday. Mr. ,' Cheney was I veteran actol" He remits that his pa- will be heard with a. veugeance. : climate and other advantages: I or elsewhere among the key resorts. .
the guest of honor at lie Republican I tient's condition w/rfj Improved when Everywhere there will be enlargementIn 'hat he purchased! a lot on Eighth Mr. JV. Ewan Is In receipt of u I ,

rally which was held In the auditor. .he left him.-Si/Augustine Record the hotels, including a prospective :. street and will have erected thereon 'letter. from his friend Mr Harry fun I TWO NEW INDUSTRIES. I ,

Suit last October and w n be long remembered addition of several hundred rooms to during the summer a commodious* re"l- son. who Is well known In Miami star -

.by all wh heard his CapL UT a Shaw of Jacksonville the Royal Palm. There will be new dence. which ho and family will occupy log; that he is now In Punta Rassa. Within the next few dUI there win
raid the county seat of Brevanfa visit \ next season. having the time of his life, and that .
,speech. residences going up, and all sorts of he la: operation In Miami, two new amanutacturlug
]las /Saturday on purely business affairs. 'Improvements In present strictures. he won't go North until the :25th! Mr I

& ,Writing{ tablets and itatlozery for He expects to make an Inspection This has been the greatest season in Mr Allan R. Parrish. who ban been Munson further says that Mr George concerns, that promise ,

ala at i. B. Screven'i drag store. of the houses of refuge along the I the history .f the Magic City. jMr j at iH-Land for some time past superintending Shultz. proprietor of the Shultz Motel to develop and grow Into great big
# t. coast very shortly In his official capacity. the publication! of his new at that place and Mr. Chas. ft.Hogg enterprises such that a.ny city In the

::,, ,>Ir.' C. C. Aston. .Derly ticket .-Titusville Star. Capt. Shaw and Mrs. W. C. Fogs left last : city directory, has returned to the send regards to friend here. country would be proud of.
agent for. the Florida East, Coast Rallwy was formerly! a resident of Miami Sunday morning for their summer 1'1trr.: Parrish states that the book last Thnrsilay, and for the first time One of these U the Pneumatic Ball t
hich la handsomely Illustratedthan in his life he (Munwn) saw champagne .
has home Richmond.
.I at.this place been appointed I near Theywill :: billow Co., a corporation that propoSt'sIn
",' general passenger and ticket agent for The department of legacies and Inheritances not retnrn to Miami until October | ever before and which contains go bagging.- t
:: fist Fernwood and GUlf R. R. with of the Universal Estate Association Though Virginia will be headquarters, fll pages, an addition of more than put one the market a nmtresa: seo

'headquarters at Fernwoc d. Miss. Charlie of Chicago Is very anxiousto t Mr. and Mrs. Fogg will visit New York !.fly pages over the directory of last The rocounut hers proliahlv proven and to none in the country This male.

has many friends In Miami who locate one J. D. Marsh supposed to and Boston and during the latter part tear is now about ready far eln .'rv. 'b, flO"1 v sr 'piHe] and MiftVred the tre II- Is to bo made of H|' .01;" after It
pleased be a resident of this and has and that he will hare it on the market !I j ".'Vf'rt"t setback by the roM weather :
wll'be to learulor| Ws prom county i I of the heated term will go to Bar has twn carefully pj-pare Th<' capacity e .
.. tic n'to a position of such promln nce. so.written Mayor Sew ell. The Information i Harbor. :Me, wjiere they will enjoy within a few dajs I I I arly In Jant-Mrv of any of the trop !
at pre'arnt will! be I'mUed'
k-1 whU not positively stating. i the delights; of that popular seaside ;i n..1 Iral fruits and foialt.11! of these ; and ;C
The Dally Metropolis gives Its reader -: Intimates that Marsh Is heir to valuable -I resort. ; :\It''rs. Whitney end H fI! n trees In this > ltlnltv show' the effectof :, snail but as the concern hm strong

more real lire local cod telegraphic property and the association offers I ,diet Jr. of :New Haven, and Mess's: the freeze, and those in the Royal financial backing It will b-- Increased i

'news than any paper Inj: the world In'' to pay liberally for Information that i Mr H. W. Stedman for a year, assistant George Sin rand F :\1. Tarneple. df Palm ,:n>un N and park have the business warrant .

a city as small aa.llami. And aH for. will result! in his location. gardener at the Subtropical' Hittsburg. got: away last Saturday loaves l srorrhe.1 and browned while The other manufactory U that of theE

do the, small sum ot ten cents. a week. "- Laboratory, has resigned! his position ;, aboard the track schooner yacht Heron there Is no lender or young taut abate &st Coast Fruit Crj' 'alfcln;; and k

A pleasant party from Stuart consisting to accept one with the Atlantic Truck >! for a cruise of six weeks! or more ever growing though buds are now Preserving Company. Th!. concern _,
tz The Pneumatic Ball 'and Cushion of M:. Stanley Hitching. Miss Company of Palatka. Mr. Stedman'k j in coast and gulf waters. M*. Wfc't- coming: out end will soon be fruiting. like the otter Is strongly financed,

Company received 1.000 pounds of Kltchlng and Mr. and Mrs J. C. Hancock services will be greatly missed at the Del came down yesterday and the o'tier This time last year the tree were and baa an outlook extremely bright

sponge Monday from Nassau. and ex. arrived In the city last night laboratory but the inducements offer three members of the party the; filled with young fruit which fact Its output will consist of crystaltiedand

T pets to be shipping mattresses by aboard a comfortable and commodious ed were greater than could be met by morning. They will go first to Havan compared with their present barrenness candled fruits Indigenous to. t tiq

tlw end of,the week. A fnQ size mat' sloop yacht, en route to Indian Key his present employer. The Atlantic and returning, will spend the balanceof of any but old nuts shows how section of the State.

tress made of sponge wjll weigh from and adjacent waters on a marooningand Truck Company gives Mr. Stedman a the time In tarpon fishing on the the freeze set them back Several other manufacturing Industries .

eIi torn to twenty pounds Sample fishing trip of several days. Theyare very comfortable salary and in addi- West and lower East Coast The are under contemplation and toe

.> mattresses are being vs d on Pullman the guests of friends la the city tion a generous per ceatage of the Heron la well known here and came I Johnnie Armstrong:, ordinarily the next year promises to see much activity
Ic-epers and In hotels to great satis today and will resume their trip to- net proceeds It U a very desirable from Key West under charter for the I efficient head porter of the Blscayne in the industry bull
A tactkm. morrow. and responsible position. wtrty Hotel but All the time, or during the Jut the country. ,

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COCXXXXDCXXXXXOOOOC rxxocrxxofn e70000fXy00 opposed to the i pHsfcjfii ">f the billwith) < tents more secure: and promote tn- Lake Worth "o'IIIt'r king was In FROM FERTILE FLORIDA. .

1! net-lion r, unmodified I, because heI comfort of the officials ThO'falerlal 'he city Saturday Although April
though. it* ffett would be to so at. i fur tbttie Improvement were obtainj has an "r" In It, he says the business m''
i I Items of Interest from the Land of the
aim acr i tcnuate the powers of the Railroad j through Messrs Haichett and Ua- has "plajed out for the season. So s

.. I Commission as to render it practically Cauiarn, hardware dealers of this elt)'. for the present he has retired to rrit Grapefruit and Pin.

useless UK n protection of the peopleof The ferry boat Palm Ik-ach is havIng ( vate life. -

oaaa.------ ---------------- the Stale against the rapacity of Home repairs of her machinery Capt. Gtou. H. Baker, president of Sanderson Is testing the growth of
Wet' Ixiw b3etoch, Fla\J.ril 19. dertaking, the physical comlflious that corporations However, he favors the made, preparatory to an engagement I the City Council, has temporarily Irish potatoes in Its neighborhood.

At tb" iuadgatl9n of 'rsons wbu must be overcome, the great expenditure exemption t,( th pro|
in theo of money, the time and patience from the mainland to Key \Yest.froiu days to transport the products of the accouut of a slight injury recclvedjuid
i felt partiMlIarl1 I of
intt"rl'Ftf4 vegetables Delray which h.
matter a mt--t'lInp: oft povcrnorsofth nocetibar)' to complete said undertaking all taxation for a t' ."tl.of years because ]i truckers: at Boynton from the farms has been spending several clays in i!'

si IS-wrd of Trade wa! held jester- ; still, at' believe it a dangerous of the extraordinary cost and '. along the line of the canal to the lant1.I this city with his family. He will return : to excellent advantage. ier

T-o-ju. at which r "'at de'erniimti precedent to tnter into such agreement delay involved in Its construction Upon 1 lug near the railroad depot. As the to Miami coon. 1 i The express charges for March
day a.
10 call a special ui trtlng of the .as contained In Article 5, be- the submission of the numtlon of width of the canal is sixty.(he feet, CoL J. F. Budd recent purchaser of : amounted to $:35 at Ptnee atle, with

f Board itself, to consider, the bill recently lieUnj! that any corporation doing the adoption of the resolutions" the and the length of the boat the same the launch 'I Come" left Saturday : an equal amount at Bear Head ,

fl-; Introduced in the Florida Legislature business in the State should have SUP- vote "viva'oce," was unanimous in It will require good management to with his purchase for Fort Pierce. He I I; Yalaha growers are shipping some 4

k entitled. "An to Encourage I ticl lIt confidence in the people as to Us favor. That in to say here were make the nec'ell88rturns: was accompanied by )Ir. A. Glesen [ peas beans and cabbage. The orange k

: and Secure the rucUon of a I expect proper treatment from them. no negative votes Whether or not. Following the local storm last Sat I and others. I 1 and grapefruit groves In this sectiou tare

t Line of Railway from AI Mainland of j And that finally we believe the Florida all present voted could not boo- kavwn urday, of wind and rain there resulted I I flourishing.

ff Florida to Key West Railroad Commission to be a good I as there was no roll rail on the quef a very disagreeable drop or trmpera- Forget About Your Stomach. Already estimates are being made i

Pursuant to the of be thins! for both the railroads and the }I i lion.It. I lure. Saturday night, at a late hour I i If year digestion Is bad the vital as to Orange county's next season's

. governors noticea of proposed people, and are opposed to any enactments I was mei stoned some days {.go.:; In the wind came out from the northwestand !1 organs of your body are not fed and ,, orange crop. The crop Is now put a 'fI
that will restrict its power.. : these notes that Judge II. II. Saunders continued the
meeting were llent out y Secretary during day yesterday nourished. as they should be. They ; 400,000 boxes.

Drannlng, to which an u I'ual1ylarge Resolved That the Board of Trade i I was promoting a scheme fT he cutting and up to a late hour last nightI grow weak and invite disease. KudosDyspepsia ;I Starke growers hate received: somev 4

number Of members' ponded. : of the City of West Palm Beach.repre- of 'a canal; or opening a l-'shway I i (Sunday), however it shifted further I
Cure whit
digests :
you fancy prices for strawberriesIn _
Promptly after roil un'and the anuoencement sentlng the wishes of the businessmen from the west elite of Frehb Water ;i north causing discomfort and a bustling f'st.1 I th..ir
47 cures indigestion and all ,,
some cases as high as US
of the objec of the meeting and the property Interests of this Lake, westward to the watershed | about for discarded comforts and I per
troubles. You forget you have a stomach bushel ml has been received.
the following reed utlona were community does hereby urge upon our lands. So successful has been the effort blankets. Today there Is a gtlff.bleak j I 4
the taking (
very day you begin Many growers at Sanderson are ,,
ba been Senator from this district and our to obtain subscriptions for that wind almost
introduced. the aame n: pre- from due north with no z
I } it. This'is because it gets a rest putting in Irish potatoes this seasou
pared by Judge H. D. Sapndera, A. P. Representatn e from Dade that they do purpose, thai Mr Franklin Sheen has indications of a chang. or course : I
recuperates and gradually grows: so 1 and if they get good prices, will largely -
t Anthony and M., E-Grnber, the committee moat earnestly oppose that portion of been engaged to make a survey of the there will ;)e no frost, but an extra '
t that
I btrong and healthy it troubles you Increase the acreage another sea
appointed to prepare them. the proposed enactment or any that route for 'a canal which he will\ proceed covering hunted up last night will boo
I no more. E. L. Bobcock, Amherst i son. ."r
PROTEST. may be proposed, restricting, or In I to do at once Its length will be kept or replaced on the beds. The I
Minn., says 1 bare taken a great im.ny i A. C, Ilaynes. a large peach grower
any way tending to curtail the present' 134 mile, 1% feet wIde and three feet sudden change will be hurtful to vege F
attention of the West i remedies for indigestion but
Whereas The I near DeLand. reports an excellent
scope of authority vested in the'Flor : deep. The embankment on one side fatlon.
Palm Beach Board of Trade has been have found nothing equal tu Kodol prospect for a good crop this yes "
ida Railroad Commission to will be graded for a road, and for a I l I I
called to a bin Introduced In the Senate I and regulate freight adJullt.1 time, boa11I be used in crossingthe No steps hate as yet been taken Dyspepsia Cure." Kodol digests what I' He expects to market 8,000 cratea. ,
c of the Florida Legislature by Senator modify toward a Fourth of July celebration." you eat, cure indigestion, dyspepsia i which will be reedy early in May. w
In the State of Florida. lake. Later a bridge may be
Crf 1, of Putnam county, said bill senger : I I Mr. DaCamara. chairman of the special our stomach, belching heartburn and "Tie tomato crop of Florida will rival
this Is In the
Be It farther built Certainly a step '
la being entitled 'An Act to Encourageand committee appointed by the Board all stomach troubles Its preparation. in value that of the orange. Ten
direction. The utilization of the
Secure the Constrncjlon of a Line Reached That these resolutions be right I F of Trade to consider the subjectthe Is the result of many years of research thousand acres are devoted to tomatoes
rich vegetable land. which it is thus
I of Railway from the Mainland of Flor spread upon the minute book of this other members being Mior Cur I Sold by Bincayne Drug Co. yielding some 2.000.000 crates.
ida to Key West etc and : organization, and that copies be sent Intended to reach, will be of ineni' I I rle and Mr. J. F Hoffmann stated ;'.I t : The Fulford Fruit and Vegetable +
w t to the Speaker of the House of Representatives mable benefit to city. :: to the writer yesterday afternoon that Growers
Whereas. The! business men of West I II I SPECIMEN OF SILICA. Association have added Improvements -
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Palm Beach Florida as represented of Florida to the State Stowers II I I[ no meeting of the committee had yet :r I to their packing house to

by said Board of Trade, see In Sec- Senator from this district and to the ) J. C. begun work' been held, owing fw the recentness (,I : be ready for the rush which will begin.In .

4 tion C of said bill a menace to the member of the Legislature from Dade on his business house on Clematis ave of their appointment He said however Glass Making; Substance Found in the I a fortnight. !

vested power and authority'of the County. nue. That is .he has begun the manufacture that he would call the committee New Artesian Well. The orange groves near Ovledo; 4

Florida Railroad Commission\ which Respectfully: submitted j on the lot of artificial stone, : together soon and take prompt which were protected on the west or

a y:' Commission they desire to see E. T. Moore.I J I of which the building is to be con action In the matter. There seems to Mr Vi, I. Ktniper, Inspector of the north by water, were touched too s-

strengthened, on accounf or roe pecul President West Palm Beach Board ofj J structed. He has quite a lot of that be a popular desire that the day shall water works system and iuiproxenietjis. v 'rely by the January freeze to bloom

v tar conditions that exls# on the'lower I Trade. i material already prepared and an in be observed here with appropriate exhibited' at the Metropolis of much this season. Beyond the failure"of

+ East Coast of Florid Therefore Attest: expert examination of It this morning events, such as will attract a larger fin: this morning samples or rock taken the orange crop the freeze did no

belt 1 I. t' H. P. Brannlng.Secretary. I indicates its perfect adaptability for crowd from surrounding towns ana from the third of the new rrteslan harm.In 4

Resolved That Whl we recognize West Palm Beach Board of the purpose intended. It Is very hard sections; and there Is no doubt that 11 ells now' 'being driven b>' the company speaking of Orange county, JJi.

*.*I-' the right and propriety of the Florida Trade. and seems to be both strong and dur the people will cordially cooperateto near the old gulf grounds. Cheney said: 'Orange county produced

,Legislature to properly...encourage all I The resolutions ,'ere.rmly and able. Mr. Slower Is not prepared yet making a holiday in West Palm The Mtniptrn were taken from a during the season Just.cloning! from

K+ enterprises looking to ]the upbuildingof I exhaustively discussed by W. I. Met- to speak as to the expensiveness of Beach of Independence Day. Crops depth of n:? det one of them especially 35 ,OOO to 100,000 boxes of orange, '

the whole State, and would approve I calf, H. B Saunders and A. P. Anthony artificial stone as a building material will be well off by the Fourth, and I being Interesting in that it U almost\ which I Is the greatest number produced

the utmost liberality In the i who favored their adoptionand I III The Dade County State Bank baa those who shall have been successfulwill a perfect speclment of silica, a sand in the history of the, county except

treatment of such enterprises corpor Judge A. J. Lewis and J. B McGlnley had placed outside of the windows o> want to celebrate the fact and Ingredient: of whch glass is made. It possibly the year prior to th-

ations or Individuals yet. we are unalterably II in opposition. During the discussion, the building, very ornamental iron those who were not, to drown their hi very hard and has the glazy surface great freexe. This year we expect tea

opposed to any enactment I by request of President Moore, a letter window guards, and at the two entrances grief. The outlook now Is, that West I of glass. Another speciment shows increase this output by 50,000 boxes, .

that will tend to curtail the power to I received by a citizen of this city from elaborate Iron folding doors, Palm Beach will have the day to herself a mixture of (coral shell and other sea as the trees are all loaded down with, f

regulate said ,corporations or enterprises I Hon. R. Hudson Burr, a comber! of the or shutters These improvements add should she conclude to celebrate I minerals the like of which have pruv- bloom, and the prospects for a fln., t

t' by the State. That we appreciate -I.Railroad Commission was read. Mr. much to the appearance of the, building it. !en to scientists that Florida Is of arti1 crop were: never better. Fruit and
fully the immensity of said on- Burr announced himself as decidedly and no doubt will make its con- Mr. E. J. Davis of Lantana the i 1 tidal formation. Produce News.n t

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J 1 10 acres. 5 old' +. '
on year trees 1.000
1fl r'1 Within'the next few
,... ; {W at the outside, ihf Pneumatic Ball i hi pdrutlts ur strips then become . ,S3.6COJJO treea. SOO bearing..KJXOM!

-1;I 1'illoa ('0. rcctntly orJOanll..1; l anj ts ''iht in ,..-ht.and iHicasm; a ftatn- ,, : t .. .. . .$450- 5 acres 6 year old trees, house
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4 oY.esoa &- i rz } tablisli in this city will have their .,r) Culm! vud glossiness.This . .$600.03 $3,500.oa
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW., pr<..iui'I i> -mattresses-on the market.A finl bi-s the pri'paralion of the i isponge prairie on broom prey ,27,00,00;
house 5
land V
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and the forming of the mat-i I
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WUi\ plMtlctl:11J)court & ?
and there saw trees is next in order. 'This is donut! I
h .'-' liatnIpeinia periecunf the plant thi< ii ornlns:
-ftOd Taint. 1] the pri rt-r.s of manufacturing. The:.' b>' packing the I
'r' ...f.u.1. Miami. FU.PT. plant Is l.M-aU.l on Fifteenth street i Indus in size by dYe in depth. These

M ; SKAQQ3.:H. -' lx.tw.enxiuue I> and n, anj though 1 cells are composed of .bed ticking and : ,
on a smell scale at pit-sent. If Imlicailuni ; they in turn are placed ir the outer !
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with K4Cn Tconerave
and expectations materialize | covering;: the number of cells nsod depending -
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be and entirely on the size of the mattress I
, ; C j it will soon enlarged! grow .
MIAMI FLORIDA, I rteadily. until It becomes one of :MIaml's made. :
x most stable end progreBsIre In- These sponge mattresses hare neverbeen n
J. K. JACKSON,!IJI-, I pint
DL stitutions. on sale though several have been i I
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y omCK: I t 1 Sponge will he used entirely in the under test \"y medical tnslltutluns.the,

.... .aTltL BIScAYNE BLOCK, AVE D j'I manufacture of the mattresses, over Pullman Car Company and others, all '

t" MIAMI. FLORIDA. i[ a thousand pounds of the material now reporting retire satisfaction\ with : :
being on hand and under preparation them.In .

D 1L R. E. CH U'E, I I. is n-cehed in bates uiriTt flora the eaUng of the mattresses, \11'.1 I IU. ,
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wn ..hlpl"'rs In Xorfsau nn i I
la put iiu a washing tank 'II btr men of the"factory, aM! ihat one ..f their I )

+ t6a u &OWc.1 litti:4.": .. T..lfll.t.'n" I I cleanse) : it thoroughly and plrkcuut all ordinary! maitretnu-ii ,,il: weigh aboUt :

of the animal "ul>sianc". It U then "' twenty i'()unjs. or on(vttilnl that of i : :
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drawn Into fine s'ripsLoib d and b'.at' I the famous Ostomoor mattrvaR. and ,

H. P. ATKlBE01'., t ed. the latttr being cut: air Anti will! be marketed' at about two-tb'rd! i,i 1 : ;
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AT I this' Ii is washed passej throuch the ot rif th,' latter He ha< great .
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4 1KuaiaiUtuo wringrrs. and then steamed again, this I faith in the future 1 popularity and duI
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t t if Titlr*. latter steaming being a chemically: nand for ibis bed and expect within
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10 iJewell B,i.<1n! prepared water for the purpose of sanitation the next few months to be turning' coxocococooooooooooooooooooooooooo't

)llA l1. FLOKIUA Following this comes another I out several dozen a day and working

cold air blasting, after which the pai- a large number of hands dally.: II : :
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;' Hour from 9 a. m to 4 p. m. Receipts for Last Year Surpassed All Others by More Than

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S3OOO-Some Interesting facts and Figures.
w :. OFnca HOURS ',
tau: .&. :II(.to(:M P M. Although the fact U patent that )II- cember. $4,007.45; fourth quorter Jan-
orrid la FriMii .audi....'sis* uth St.E8n .
>KNCEKB tear ami U developing, not by degrees but nary February and March $0,537.80. : 1
Total for the $16.352.51.This .
MIAMI FLORIDA. by leap and bounds and though the year
compared with $13,099.83 the
II MARTINS, M.D, reality Is visible M observation, the
4 receipt. of the year previous, shows a

h **. 8omopathist: most satisfactory evidence of this most gratifying gain and demonstrates

Yule Orricm: Mr*. Xhtpoat.tU. Ae.C fact is the increase In the business ot the growth of Miami in one year. *

Hour*.>u>4 p. B. the local postoffice Another significant fact of the development -

t BTICT VMT Aim MIAMI of Miami Is also shown by the
+ S'LOJUDA. Figure never lie, therefore the totals I on

I, 8. J'UDE1UC1t, I of last year's business, closing on records of Postmaster Badge. Whenbe I I : :: : : : : :
JOHN took charge of the office in 1900, '

CIVIL ENGINEERAND the 31st of March, show a gain of 25 the total year's business Amounted to 'I .I' } : !

SURVEYOR.k'ourr I per cent over that of the precedingyear but 583301. while that cf the last !I I

Public for State at _*rt*. runcnlu. or from March 31, 1903 to March quarter cf the past: fiscal year went to I
4 AteesClogiveatftubDlvlduL.rarrstn.llmce I
over FMtofflrc, :31. 1904. $G,5i7:: .s0, or nearly a thotmnJ dot I

3' MIAMI. FLORIDA. I These figures are compiled by> quarters .. tars above the business of a full year

and'show as follows: First quarter five years a..;:n. I
S. .1 embracing April!, :May and June, Mr. Budge I Is! very proud of the records i
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REAL ESTATE. $3,490.93; second quarter. July, Au- and showing of the office whichin 3C
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I OENT PERRINE CHANT '.AND Co*>..m gust, September t2.316.S6: ; third itA class shows greater gains than |

NOTARY rCBLIC quarter, October November end De any other office In the State I k- 1t.-.L.IJ1 EL
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;!;J.uTLER.. -' FLOBIDA.
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H. P.Attlxitry BRANNING Mil 6o.ufbr i I ;.

Party of Miamians Visit the Pearl of the Antilles-Where i
Pr M Atfaatta I* UlectioM.( KcferaKc: ero xV
'; fide testy State Bt 1 vuit G zff&
l / They Went What They Saw, and Incidents I

: jVt Palm Beach w 'Florida '

r I of an Appreciated Trip.The I 2,4y 'tJ dA :

: party of MtamUns who return. up-to-date giving I o
) ATTORNEY;AND one a superb service zj: c*

.' COUNSELOR AT LAW.CammereUI ed from Cuba on Saturday, were all going far Into the country, aa well

delighted with the, trip and the Island as through e-ery part and suburb. !!
and Kern XUt: Law. Ascot foe
6 fidelity sad Dri-o.it Co..BaltlBora.Md. and speak highly of the,condition. of I .#, a: ;
"One of the most! enjoyable trips f
Omen fir WATIOB Bn oce. Lock;Box CMIAML Havana and the prospects o| great ,
FLORIDA. made by our party was by car to Ma- I
developments all along the line. I
rianao a distance of twelve miles Into '! ?
R r MITCHELL_D. PRICE 1 i: Mr. B. B. Tatum, when asked about the country, visiting pineapple ana dt-7" .t ,
the said
trip :
t sugar plantations. The soil Is exceed- j!i b
Attorney' at Lawd Solicitorin "We left Miami on Sunday mornIng ingly fertile and everything grows to : !

in Chancery.OOee I April 9th, on board the Steamshp Martinique perfection. The pineapple business Is !i Miami Jau.lon rOlL. Miami. }

1rJ' t' and reached Havana '| j I Twcedell Bro, Cutler. .
at noon,
: Httcbrtt 1114<<. '! III.UII..LAr assuming large proportions( and is cer- : '' Kiver.

-I i the following day a few hours late tain to become a great Industry. The I j i' ., Knlford. I. II O. Sjoitrum Ilallandale.Straoahan .

W.. C. MA YNARD@J ; owing to a stopover at Key West; fruit Is large and fine and with the I[,, a Katonv, & Co., Ft. Laudordate.liojnton .

which was, however, enjoyed ty most excellent facilities for getting It to i & Parker, B>Tnton.

of the passengers who went ashore this country at cheap rates it ia an tl>. i ivitlng
) and had a look about this Interesting field for growers. |
city. "\Ve met Mr George C. Floydfrelnht
': "Captain G. W. Dillon and Senor '
agent for the F. El C. Ry. Co., and ;
JEWELER AND ;OPTICIAN.. Dave Echemendla. tile popular purser found him hustling early and late for S. MORSE
weiring ;t'i both placed our under obllga- a
Perfect<< fitting, easy } Rlaaeea business and he has already succeeded I
-" are a great comfort With our extenT :': Uons by their kindly attentions and ''
I in Inaugurating shipments of pines by
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apparatus large experiencetbere courtesies doing much to make both ,
the P. i O. S. S. Co. and the F.
a i. no guess work.,. Price rea E. C. ESTATE
our trip and stay In Cuba 'more enjoyable -
sonable. We repair Watches Clock Several car loads came over by the S. i I
y and A portion ofycnr I
Jewerly Spectacle | [ .t
I I a. :Miami on which we returned, thY!
trade eked for. Located on AvDM I
"I will not undertake to
describe the stain Cor. -Ave. C: and Ii Ib i,.
D between 12th and 13th 8U. being the first shipment Mr. Floyd up 4-
'beauties of Havana harbor with
W. C. MA VftAItD. I meets the shippers on the docks every
Dade Co. Flordae'
Moro like dark
frowning standing a ,
J< rleratf, Rradnata, Oveklu1ti..piye.t.rr4w1RryuRNrD. morning and Is working up a fine business j I ,
(!: sentinel at the entrance the tall
; many '
m for his
company, proving: ; '---
and handsome buildings on the opposite that he Is the right man for this 'new :, OF'
shore; the pretty little parks filled and important work.
PATENTS I with stately, waving palms; the I East Coast Railway Co.
")tr. Dan Hey wood, well known to .
quaint old cathedrals; the narrow alleys -
I many Miami people, is the local representative Coast Line Canal and Trans Co.
| called streets which, we,walked
Tu.. tst't.etroa u.rowaaasaet for the F. E. C. in Havana ; and Florida Atlantic Coast Land
,,,.. r o.tU.al a.Ce.t.p .rsE.lre eon along Indian fashion, stepping o3 the
r w..t r.reA..d trw.r%a.lae'a pelarawauca.caT 11i i and is one of the best ever lie speaks :
w1. o..duM s.Iw, .11 !-incb walk to allow every one coming
F' ...e'. r e..t..lta..d tanMwa. Aey.R. Soanish like a native and our party isunder
from the opposite to the
.y' osta.Maou rs n.otwas.eaai pass;
{ I lasting:: obligations to him fot I
ato.e ur oo.TUICNre .d v's-
,-. manr will-stocked stores wkh their
i OppealM U. S. P.tent Otlloe, Showing ns the town as also to )Ir.
WASHINGTON D. C. attractive displays of beautiful wares.These I'I is the
tr I J. J. Emery the representative of the
things must all be seen to be
I ; Associated Press who Introduced us ,
fully appreciated and I have no hesItancy '
D-SWITM; j to leading officials cigar manufacturers -
|i in advising all who can to take I'
and other prominent citizens :Mr Trees.
the trip, !knowing that they will feel Orange
and Mrs Chas. H. Blrkncr former res- j
fully repaid for the time and money
I Idents of this city, were also unremitting Fruit
expended. \Ve were all particularly Grape
KILLTHICOUCH"" ic their attentions and did much 'II \0
struck with the cleanliness of the city

AID CURE THC LUNC8 In every respect The streets parks I to make our stay more enjoyable. They Bushes for Winter Blooming

cemeteries and grounds are all beautifully -

wni Dr. King's kept. They will easily rank Has Stood The other ornament:ti trees and shrubs I

with the best in this country. write for descriptivt; catalogue and other

Nlw'Disco.1IJ' 'We found living and getting about information.

rP comparatively Inexpensive and Erse

'' his class. The ,hotels and cafes supply, BROS. CO. .

FOR C"su.mol>: McASI.00 the very choicest of meats and foodsof
all kinds at reasonable rates We
Snnat and Quicken Cor for ail 'took In' the ctty by walking, riding NURSERIES

TEXOAT and ,LV1fG I BOVB.-.. in 'coches.: and by trolley seeing all 1I
UES, or>XOITZT BAtr>s. Nursery Office
parts of It. The electric car line is an No-Car .- : St..Jup stairs Little Finer, Fla.i .

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,': .jn of Adjacent tes.dents. Reclaiming' of Everglades Lands. .'
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1 I A Question forToday'

:. < 1> the great' I.r"babil.ty'hat' I j A prominent citizen and one having; ii I I' .

i ; Miami ard this sretloi of Iad co'iu'y 1'the interest and development of both I 1 pan)' would be $:;.0 a day for the first I .

:J ha. .' one. If not two. rural fr '" I,Miami and Dade county at stake in I Ij five y-ars. This would mean that one j I

mail kiiieriei., a \rry bars j speaking of the proposition to drain thousand puiplt would bare to ride I I'

s timeill ;land make liable the several thousandacres at full fare each day and it would be
Don't wait until the Best has been
Tills luaitrr' i' 'ithi Ullil.TItx'US- ( of submerged land lying a few a Ions time before such thing would! selected: Early buyers have vfl

IIIUI.I IT win .1 ., uei-r u.snm- 'miles west of the Miami river this happen. Then suppose we double this the .
advantage of better selections and better service.
for the next five making fares Everything
ft a: :htng'ike! drfinlteprolwortlana !morning:: expressed much enthusiasm 2,000 ;
until a-few weeks af| v.h1.1. J. Iin the project and said that It would day. Then three times or :3,0<>0 is here
now to your liking. Far in advance of all
A. K. Lane and residing north !Ibo one of the greatest developing I''a a fay for the next twenty years, competitionthis
other: ..
of the city limits toolup the question +j schemes: eu-r undertaken in this part s>. what. we get. store stands pre-eminently in the first place for Easter
of establishing a ruraf' delivery in thai of! Dade count}. and would mean a ,I 'One JT ...nl. cm lueome, of
section and accordingly! :;' a petition wax ''great!
framed and sent to pstoBice!} Authorities j "I have made several trips to these i j I or $IN!...41 ,1 yar-5 year $912.r

at Washington, with; the approval ,lands," said the speaker, "and I am ,. Two i ir c.-nt. cm income of Big Special Sales
of Postmaster Budge jlsking that such convinced that by cutting a canal from I tLw) a lay i.tl a day or
a route be established and 'maintained. a* proposed by the Board of Trade I.I.II. $36o: : a f.'ar-it years .... 1 1.S25.0 !'

ft ;'i into the west fork of the Mian.l river i ij |[ T,.o |..'r rout on income of
4-: In the petition the |erritory propos j(that this territory could be successfully i f JI.W a day is $3: a day. r
ed to be covered by uch carrier was drained and made into the most $1,095 aur-;>> >tars 21.900.ft Friday Saturday and Monday J

and embraces all that terri choice and productive of Dade county S -
I .
tory lying north of the city limits ofUlaml. land. There is no doubt whatever in Total for :30 years -$24C37.Mi:! | _.___. .
In Vista and Now take the! other pro) wition to' II' --- ----- .
takliig Bjiena my mind thit as soon as.thls drain
I"outlined; thence west to Allapattth and return. 'age should haven completed that ,I!:j employ one hunderd cigar makers i iI 'j &]JlIntroduct[| on. Miss High Qualit4 y

:. A J":. or making but a distance of eight and this expanse would soon be platted I, who will make on an average of $3 a

one-quarter miles to be covered. and become a farming center. day or $!MO a year .each and w-e havea .;:1 Parasols 'to Miss Low Price w '' Y
This morning Postmaster Budge r-.. j I '"Then too, the canal would be made total of $90.oo" the first yeai[ to be j 1 II, rn

if calved a reply from the petition the to serve a double purpose. On; would 1 j distributed, every dollar of It amongst I ......

.department stating that upon examining be the drainage of the lands and thel j I our home people, or for the thirty I '11 Never before have the women of Miami; or Dade County for that

W':1-; the request that.It U found that other would IM the opening or a new years. $:!::OOOOO; ThinR of nearly ; matter. had such an opportunity| to obtain a real fancy high

lot- twice the territory specified In the !waterway by which the products of three million dollars as against tho insignificant priced parasol for M little mouey. Hauler i is here and we want'
t petition can be covered and that the that section would' find an easy and I sum of $:!tooo. to let every woman in this, city inspect our beautiful collection \ -

7." / rune has been, acecpfed and referred :!accessible market into Miami as'tbe. I Then it U fair to presume that with I of this timely offering. Ik-low we name a few prices that ,
to the rural delivery *. gent for an investigation. canal would reach to such a depth Into one factory established at least one I will prove .ur ;Jotd faith in soliciting VOUK PATRONAGE:

,4- ',the lands that: the growers would have I additional one will follow every year. -=-- i
t A similar petition such a route ''no trouble In reaching heM by it. and 1 Let "StaU" clan" figure awhile on I
for I 'this $3.0 J white China silk polka doUwj '
routh of the city of and ea.t .the Miami river. year; ,
\d for
: readily j Z5 )
tending beyond Cocoanut Grove Is "I am heartily favor of reclaim- I j second: $9,000.000. third; $ t I'I'o I : "41. n.." 2.50 ,j I'!. for. .Duality.. .2.00 .j

now preparation |lbY, Mr. Walter log these lands: and I sincerely trust j i fourth; $15.000,000 and go on up to the j
Waldin and others and will be fort the movement now Inaugurated I thirtieth and he will find the remarkable j I [>>>iie silk, that 3 00 I'I'I China silk, marked I I.JO '
down from iwi .HOij
were 4.'m. nun to.
total of
$94,000,000 the
at early as
warded the department an will not be abandoned until this sec- payroll
dAte for approval and'action.. ',tTrorn has been opened to civilization II for one year. Let him strike the ij: S mUseb' and young ]lu.lict. 4

q Assistant P.dstmaster Jones I land cultivation." average of $45,000.000: a year and multiply 4 w..hiteChina.ilkhaTc2'iO. no"r .' ,!', assorted colors the kind II
some of the requirements necessary ( MMWWVHH BiH. I I that by thirty and he will find :ii you pay 1.75 for I L25 :

tor obtaining a rural free delivery METROPOLIS ADVERTISING. i I1 It to be $1,350.000.000.00: These ng I 12 white (longer !ilk. a..rted.: at. . rI j

obtained and are as follows: t-r"I' | i ures are quite as accurate and quiteas color rders. twild easily for :5 misses and ladies assorted

A rural route can be extended to a j i Both in Paper and Printed Matter asf probable.as those given as to the >.iw'. introductiun 900 I wore J.II\I. now 7& iI

distance of twenty-five miles from. the J Good as Can be Had. I irrobable Income from the street rail I'I' .In.-- :I! at. . .
postoffice operated. | I way. .. ____ ._____ I '
gaol' _n.. _._ -- _______ ____.______ .
The roads In must be The people have long wanted the
general It is with a feeling<< that It can facill-I
and easy of-travel, tbougb a smaU bad | cigar industry located heTThe I ; TOUR
stretch'In places wil(not be sufflcion:J print-ed, Board of Trade has made many et-1 ; .

.to prevent the esta "-*""""* of he!I I,county that the Metropolis calls attention I forts without success. It will require ; r.y

t .t' route. I i of the public to Its means of 'a cash bonus of at least $25,000:! and : ;i IN INDIA LINON
4 In order to cures rural delivery i j[advertising both in the columns of the |II 'most likely $50,000 to establish such FI i

It must be shown ty petition that I j Dally and Weekly Metropolis and in I j a factory as :Mr. Tatum and! his as..v i I, .
; there are one band! d or more heads I j Tall lines and kinds of printed matter. clat.s 'or.r to build themselves. Tim t'I = t
of families living al(mg the sail proposed !: As an advertising medium for local people Miami: will never put up that I I I tl

route. I and near-by purposes the Daily Metropolis amount of money and therefore they, I:1 This much sought after dress goods is too well known '
e AD such petitioners! must provide stands preeminently at the Council has acted wisely to acct>pt j I I
1 to need comment. We have it in the .latest '
themselves with delivery(( and deposli I front of all newspapers published In the proposition which M
boxes, these boxes fo be of nnlform Dade county for the sole reason thatit I of such a stu;
make and kind subject' to' approval has a larger circulation than any I ufacturing industry In onr midst. i I sale and we doubt if any will be left over >
sv" of the department, and which range In :j:other paper published in the county.As As to the question or the '>rl<1gj i I'NOLD' ,

cost from CO cents to $3.50 eaco. A'' an outside medium the Weekly Metropolis j proposition I am Inorn1 that -the .. ,

list of more than three hundred t b.i eaacceptable j: leads all others from the fact j I II councilmen are disposer to eliminate I 8 / rent quality for . . . . . . .6c'i
to the Government is furniched I that It circulates and finds its way into'I'j that part of the offer and 1.. this (hey | i

the petitioners* to select from. I homes in the remotest parts of the j! are perhaps actlug wueiy as the westside i / 0 cent qualityor . . . . . _. . 8c' 4'f
All boxes must be erected substantially I II of the river his as yet fw resi 1
Far North and West well .
along the and : as as I dents. I / i* ci'iif 'IIflliffor. . . . . . ,, 1Oct't
y: PUb C roadways I,throughout the State generally. | I

near enough that lbt' nay be served Printed matter such as letter-heads i! But as lo which Li *bc t wefor the I cent quality for . . . . . .12#c ;' .,
by the carrier* without leaving his n-I jlicle. j-envelopes, cards. Invitations_ handbills I| people at large the cigar Industry or I II

I' !: posters and. in fact every kind of i i the one and two pet o-nU OP gross receipts ,,; -1 I ?.jrellffJ""lzIUJor. . . . ... . . .20c'S.Trent :
; "
Before such peUUpn.tor. a rural'{job printing usually turned out by a there can be no oubt in the I.
route will be entertained by the de-j jpartment first class printing establishment can I mind of any reasonably. idlrulating I ,I'' quality Jot . . . . . 25c |

It shall have the endorse- \; man. The Pt'OI'le0"11I the I i
{\be done by the Metropolis and for the i j approve '
meat of either the United States Senator -j'1,purpose of perfecting Its work along action of the councilmen "'it-n they j I :4 pieces 46 inch French I lawn. nice shear .!': 4 pieces 18 inch! S\ embroidery. ttoun -

or Congressman' representing the !*with the splendid stock of material -always h..tc 'J..I-oo!:. the or 'liu-m* aboutiib I that sold! for 25 trots I Kp ;"i i! es for suits. You pay 1.50 for this
district In which its! establishment is I reasonably titrlcti-vis! to the I
r 83
f' -
on han, an expert In the line of for. . . '. . . . I civ >;!i duality.| We will dispose OA
proposed (r I: i displaying advertising accurately and j;1 out of :tar proposition as ut.le l 10) $1 i
I of a limited amount at. . .
As Dade county has good roads th* (up-to-date in branch of the Mr. Tatiuii and his associate* and tl ii'
every pro-
jit districts In which the routes are proposed ,,(fesslon is; employed. j}| is hoped l -hat tbeto will !I.*. no ,'. lay AH 15:; ants JO I ;and floe half figured l lawn ''i I| 4

c can show more than 100 head J j' These with the fact that the presses rare in allow< litiu! '.. get the work tinI I and t atist<- .f for .12G': I' pieces 15 inch I.25quality I
f .wof families and as bath Senator Talc capable of work with the best. In-1 I der way t.. tin font that the niotieyncccssar : a yard . -. . . \ ,l h| for . .I. . . . . .
ferro and Congressman Clark"have endorsed 1 insures patrons satisfactory and well i / in Imil! this rued 'IM he j -->!li I . _.. .
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petition[and will subscribe ) char !I'l' I
one so : fritrnii'i.iay pat iniu eirculation. -
,displayed printing no matter In what t
the here is but little I i 4 shirt which for $1.50 for this sale
to otherssl;; i!manner desired. Those who have been. i iserved Embroidery waisj patterns are cheap only 1.25
doubt that Dade county or this Imme- j while ,I 5--iati.sti.-lau! No.. 1I ---- .. .- ----- -- -- .. .. .
+ j attest these statements ::
diate portioa of It. twill soon hare a I,others will do( likewise. I! -

rural mall T carrier I stem. t!! ., FORMER MIAMI BOY ORDAINED. Sale begins Friday for Easter and continues through Saturday and Monday k

I !; CLEVELAND RETURNS. i ij .\! :Mi. ('armel. 111.., on Wednesday
5y.- --:..- jI j I Ruddy and Healthy From His' East last Licentiate Hani Patton F'aris.
Coast Fishing Trip. 1 was ordained a Presbyterian ministerby
British Admiral Stil In Florida and j r '
1. Cain IVrsbytery.
Will Fish for T rpon. Ruddy and with the glow of health ': Mr.1 Fans sag with. his! imrerts. Dr
Wa M. Burdine
+ ; (on his cheer ex-President Cleveland j and :\IrsY.. \\'. Faris, for a fonfclderI

Admiral Lord Charles Beresford.-SL 'I:;I of Princeton. X. J., arrived In the city j I I able part t f the year 1S99. and ;during
)&. N. Is in the city the guest of Colonel last evening,: accompanied by his that year took a term at Rollins College

Thompson, of New York and Incl. I! friend. Dr. Joseph D. Bryant, of New" I afterwards graduating: from Park!

fjt, dentally of the fleetjjof tho U. S. navy j York and they were quietly driven to i College Missouri and later teaching i 316 and 318 Twelfth Street Miami Florida }
now stationed herey Lord Beresford I the Windsor Hotel where both registered |I In the High School at Clinton thai ,

arrived this morning and has been says 'he Jacksonville Metropolis! : State. Early l'l :May he Is to graduate IL
4 en-I
tertained by AdnJnl Evans of yesterday.Mr. from :McCormick Theological School.

z the U. S. S. Maine atd Captain Cowles Cleveland and Dr. Bryant have '] Chicago. ------ -- ----- __ .- _--- -_- _-
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44 on the U. S. 8. Missouri.t This after. both been at Stuart In Dade county i The following' is from the St. IAHII.!' MUg -Annie Molander arrived here

noon' be win be the honored guest of for the past four weeks and both have j Globe Democrat of Monday last' awl ,j a few days! ago from Cutler wherehho Tomato Wrappers
'S the Country Club. Tomorrow he been having a fine time fishing and I '
bears the beading: "Third Brother |
i has been engaged for a year pat .. 4 4ripe
it leaves with Colonel;Thompson on the otherwise enjoying: themselves. Will be Ordained as Minister All teaching. She has a room at the till
Don wait the
U. S. dispatch boat Scorpion for Soot: The arrival at the Windsor was not I three of the brothers mentioned in home of Mrs. F. S. Dunham on Ballard t tomatoes are

Florida where they{will board Colonel known to any but a few people as Mr. the Item, have at one time or another street for the present The nuperlntcnd before orpering your pa- J !f1.
Thompson's houseboat, The Ever- Cleveland desired to keep his identity been in Miami the eldest quite )
recently <.-nt of the FltJrldshool for the I per. We have THE BEST ,4 4I
gladea." and the two will enjoy,tarpon quiet. This morning. Dr.
gollaci as the readers of the Metros- Deaf and Blind has been authorizedto .
'' Biting in the southern waters. Pen- Mitchell who knows Dr. Bryant I
very oils will remember
( employ Miss Molander to teach industrial I Manila
sacollans feel conjpllmented by the well, and also Mr. Cleveland was Invited MRe,.. John T. Faris pastor of the arts at the Institute until the Wrappers
visit of this dlgtlngnls&ea officer of to the hotel and took breakfast
over Markham Memorial Presbyterian: I
end of the present tprm.-St. Atigns-
the British nary to their fty and with distinguished visitors. Church will leave tomorrow with his tine Record. Miss Molamlf-r: fc.i many j! made and our prices are right. Order now_ .
thanks are due tp their (!harming They expressed themselves as delighted brother Rev. W. S. Faris of I-Choy-Fu.
frlem's here who will ue glad to hear
'couutryciifl.- Colonel 1mrfOn.. for with their trip and Mr. Cleveland i iI China for Mount Carmel. Ill to attend !' of her good fortune In !'.-..lIrID thl 'IE3UG:: : .....:f3 c4 CO. .
r Ihe pleasure.-Pen sacola News. i was especially enthusiastic over Flor the ordination of third brother I
a position. _. :j
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Cot. Thompson well known In I Ilaml.he I ida. Mr. Cleveland and Dr. Bryant left t I Rev. Paul P. Faris. which will take; .41
Ib S having ''s n here off and i., on the Atlantic Coast Line train at I place! ou Wednesday. j i \\Wednesday, : C. W Hush of lm ; Always Remember the Fan Name 11.

on an season in hi i palatial craft andsill I S:50 for Nee Tork City.j The young minister will accompany ':1 on City, wag painfully injured by be4nK -

come here again before gotpgb ,I, i I his brother R(','. W. S. Fnris hack to | : knocked'down by a negro bicycle ;\
north for the stammer j I Joseph F. Canova, Jr. son of Jos. i China, as a mliwionary under appointment [ rider while! crossing Avenue D. Mr. ; Laxative ftromo Quinine

i | F. Canova. manager of the Miami I '! of the Presbyterian Church. Hush started acro-M the street from >>

B A cult in.assum ,islt damages J300.klyn I Transfer Company, fwas married: Wed- t The three brothers are sr'.is of a K. I. BraOy & ('nml'ln -'II Mon-. going
New Tork and Brocr Casket Co. vs. i I' neiwiay afternoon. In Pasadena, CaL.to \ n.inlytrr. who is now pastor of a i toward the Bs! =rarne Drug :,:nr-. step : Cures a Cold in'One Day, Grip in Two.oa .
C J. B. McGlnley, w a filed In the office i' Miss Eva Prosser. of that place. :Mr' j church In Miami, Fla. A sister :Miss h<- .a V.r.ooK'v! down His arm ahlehha ( ,

of the clerk of th circuit court this' Canova is encased in basipces at N'i i '..hrJia, : Faris, is to become a tnUtn 't lx-"ti hr 4.011 at t}>rr' na *" ; I;.

morning. agara Falls and Pasadena. > I"r.lr, hina. t.y Dr P. T. Shares f %: ....- Box.

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