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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 28, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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WILL CLOSE AT 6 O'CLOCK. I! !!' hucbanjthal ho look for her and I Iiiai

'FI F INISNEDNAVE I !r PISTOL DUEL ON THEIR GIRL BABY -he did: not fcliMr/. -l 1 AUS5IAr flEETS .
Association I
So Decided Merchants at denn\ troiiMi Upon \' j jMr. R
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Meeting Last Night.At !: Norton found thai the child was''
STREETS
.. PUBLIC WAS DROWNED
I not on hoard, the she-Il boat nor had '

WATER NU ANS ht! Merchant'Association! the n-tralar monthly tlneday meeting ort -- she t N-vn fit-on Ly any of Hi occu- ': HAVE CONNECTED

pants."A >
t; :. a number of Important matters were '
j.: disposed of though the greater part of II BIRMINGHAM\ ALA, .LAWYERS ,: LITTLE EDNA THPEE YEAR OLD search of the stores and streets

t: the business of the evening was" of a CREATE EXCITEMENT TODAY. j j CHILDOF MR AND MRS THOS. nearby,as at onre instituted and, i' -.1010 Tan. ijiril 27 Aprivate Shan&W4

W. A. DNSON SHOT .IN .NECK+ NORTON.OF YACHT WHIZ, MET no clue; bet}iq found, it was feared i>
routine nature.The i I \ telegram; I-Ylllblli R..'stvena-
i# ntire City Now Has 1m. j probably the larg AND ALSO IN THE LEG. DEATH AT DAYTONA. that the chifj bad fallen overboard, been! !
meeting
gr. was I I >I.}" fleet bus Joined by AdmirmlHftKcatoflrH
and number of
4..' Service. rat att<-oded of any yet held in the H gentlemenstarted j I ; detachment of the Ru*. t
proved ; to and rake the j
drag; rivers bottom;
3 historyof tho organization. All of sun squadron
.1.11r the committees made Interesting reports HlrmiD haw. Ala. .April'26 -IL L. ;j I Mary persons here and especially; I others were 'adlng.around In the water !i

f i I those hating! busings at and fre l which is shallow, endeavoring to I
I especially that on delinquent i/eatherwood. anilV.. A. Denson. I Fleets Not Connected. M
quenting the Royal Palm dock last'season local the body but all effort preyed 1
REOUIR- debtors, which, reported good headwayin : prominent young lawyer, engaged in 1 1I' St. I'.ttr"bunllril: ::..- Accunl- ; I
WHAT THE WORK HAS !I| and! .'ho't'DlI'Dlt..r Capt and : of no avail
old claims. Business ,
clearing up Twentieth IRK to the calculation of the naval
itED AND WHAT ,IS NOW UIJIDER was reported good by all of the members a pistol duel on South | Mrs. Thomas E. XortDn: of tb.pl"as- i ii "In the meantime Shelly Douglass, staff Vlcv Admiral uloff Wt

tCONTEMPLATED FOR FURTHER. present, and tbeprediction' matte I' street this morning. i lure F yacht Whiz. and their interesting: |I It ,, a messenger boy of the claimed j I'' Jlbiitll. French &m..U1amllarch.Nrbn1 : 55, sand
SYSTEM.:
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f.lMPROVEMENTS TO fired the shots little I Telegraph Co., appeared and I
three-year-old
that the coming summer will be busier I Each participant daughter. Edna, j ito i li I.. des IH IU making two hundred -
of iu the ueck regret to learn of the drowning.; have seen the child at about 111
previous
J. t and better than any and Denson was wounded hoill '' i knots a day: bo should reach
; the child o'clock playing on the sidewalk]
years. and leg, but .'11rl'CO.r.. It is said la-t Monday morning atDaytunr
: Singapore and could not unite with
With the exception: of making fire 1 1bydnnt Of the distressing affair the across the street later another boy''1 I tst
of'I' The question of summer closings C. C. Caswell a negro; drayman, was" i I Admiral Roj..lu.n".r. In Tonqum rj
: connections, the laying of Da>uma.Halifax Journal of yesterday claimed to have seen Edna on Beach :
i was 'decided by the members present wounded while passing In range )I j:i Bay until May !ilb.I .

he...new water. main system ihjoughb : I unanimously agreeing that it is the the flying bullets says: I street near Third avenue at a later The general opinion 1* that til*

b streets of Miami and embracingI sense of the association that the members Eye wituebbes bay that Leatherwood i j "'Almost frantic with grief and un- hour and accurately! described her!I, juncture I I.. a-ur.nl on the theory that
to f I
Fourteenth clothing.
that territory from of the same close their places fire the first shut, He is in jail. 'able to sleep are the |iareni of little I Admiral Toe would nutdare rush
streets and from the Boulevard of business at G o'clock In the eve- Edna Norlun. who 'Tp to a late hour Monday night
.... I I mysteriously disappeared sailing south to meet NehugatoIIMnce
Avenue Jhas been completed plugs, except on Saturdays, when they Roosevelt Sends in Hides. Monday morning and again Tuesday morning parties I' by doing K<> he would I..ethe
way
IMrU'r. t tpuon
into service' yesterday I wert- out scouring the vacant lots
put shall close discrettonately. This decision Colorado Springs, April %;. Tile "M.: and Mrs. Thomas iXorton Yladlvmiock open to Admiral RoJestvensky.
; by the water which has [been I and Ride streets In a vain hunt for
: I can be changed at any time hide of five bears slain by President came South accompanied by Ihl'lron I .
street for sometime (bE missing child.
i on as far as Third
the association sees fit to do so. Roosevelt, and the three bobcats. killed ly child Edna, a little girl .three I
being turned Into Seconfc_ and j I "Edna wan. a sweet little girUondly I
by Ir. Lambert have been received years old, last fall aboard the Munch Off Kamranto Bay.
f the aervlce.t adored by her
rirst, thus completing parents. She had reddish -
. I here to be dressed, after which Whiz and spent the winter at Miami. I I Saigon April :ST.! The only ships
| hair and a healthy, sunburned
installing of this systenvnade
tThe: NAN PATTERSON they will be shloped to Ihe White. Hoir-ard boupd the launch put Into remaining in Katuranh Bay are four
lass.When
she; disappeared she
the growth.of the townand | was
.necessary by ; I House. ithls port about ten days a;o and tied German transport All the other ships t
the of the old sysUrn hatless and was dressed In a darkblue
Insufficiency up at the Shell Boat l\lx'k1\\ here sho I of the Russian fleet have left.
[ to supply the demand was atart- I WILL COME CLEARNew dress, black: shoes and stockings:
DYE WON THE SUIT.In has been rei>ro>Isloned and refittedfor Many ships are assembled just out-
{'ied'about eight months ago by the F. I "The body of little Edna was found '
t I I her long trip to New Haven.Conn. I side the bay and form an extending .
II;. ..C. Hotel Co, owning and cperat- In the river at 1:30 Tuesday after.\
United States Court for Possessionof "Edna was accustomed to spend Iline j stretching from ('ape.al't'la. to
and In Ume noon about thirty feet north of the
the water works
r; that | :
the time the head
Palm Beach Property. playing on board the launch of Kainntnh 1't'nln"uJar
miles or more of exca atlnffi. I place where she was playing. MrNor- I
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April :27. Unless the or the dock'or shell\ boat with Capt.McFaflden'a
pipe laying has been don i. the York ton himself! found the holy which I
prosecution has some striking bit ot children. Monday morn St. Petersburg April :17.! .- A fevliiv "
told
ranging In size from sixteen: A few days ago tho Metropolis wan lodged against Conrad's north
evidence discotefed. since the last in the ing t about 10 o'clock, at which akin lo culmination has len cntcx..JI
of trial t
Fourteenth street to inch of the beginning a : dOI'k.
on : time i>he.s last seen by her parentsshe I ,
First street. S1 trial and which has been zealously Vnited States court Jacksonville by the imhlicniion in thin timrtiltvj'Hi :
concealed thus far. Nan Patterson's of valuable Palm was playing; on the dock with :Messrt- :Miller Grimes and Whs.Kiuton i gapers of r. m-wttl nimors of an Impending
|t cThe? excavating was done b ,:[ Fred for the possesion her lather's bicycle; the mother sat 'I' who left last
fate will be entrusted to the Jury Ok Bead: realty Harlaa P. Dye being Sunday with : iximlar| outbreak, and It Isj

t. of Miami and the pipe laying the testimony as presented by her ac plaintiff and Melville E. Spencer, def'D.lant. in the cockpit, busily sewing and the Capt. McElroy: on board the schooner j feared lhai ili.> tilUhe! incldont ac-

Capt. Baker of Weat Palm Beach. cused. father assisted by his pilot Albert Two Brotb-rs. to visit the wrecked cidenial or ""''''\hl..nt. among thecongrecahe.us
decision
was
_. Jobs have been perfectly|done. After yesterday's session when rendered In Thursday favor of a Dye. Of the I H. Fry, was on deck putting on brack 8lf'llnlt'r1i'ia, returned to this cityVdnesday. I I sbichevolll ati"nd

ling In Miami having one of the pawp broker Hyman Stern failed to ets.i \\ Their report of the:wreck. I chinch Saturday niuht. wilt IM attended -
proceeding the Florida Sun says: I
complete and thorough rater identify J. Morgan Smith Mrs. Smith verdict was rendered in "At about 10.:to :Mrs. Norton missed I II" the same as bas been previously l I with tunic which pro'r ai-\
"Today a
*pe systems In the State ate say or Nan Patterson AS the persons who the the child and suggested to her published in this paper. !I .aillnr In ,... ...- .. ..terfASTRA .
Court jury
States Uy
the United
; of the pumping station fqulp-
e land source of--, water supply I. were present In his store when the In the case: of Harlan P. Dye vs. Mel- -

4i; the pumping Elation has r I revolver which killed Caesar Young dale E. Spencer, in which valuable I r-r= I Y

n, equipped with a new nrenu"'j was bought. it is considered that Miss Palm Beach real estate was concern .

i Patterson can not be convicted.Mr. ed. The verdict was In favor of the '
OD L Platt pump, which M
Levy, Miss Patterson's attorney, plaintiff and counsel for the defendant I'I .
for service and which wfll be
,. II said he is confident the State has that .
appeal
an
la use as soon as the snppiy pip at once gave notice I
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fallen tlat.No Patterson needs no
the wells shall have been laid would IM made. j I
will be defense," said Mr. Levy after a consultation "The verdict of the Jury was" .to the :: a
_>-the station. This pipe
If Inch flexible Iron and its !layingrffl with his associate council and effect that that bodyVounJ that the 11 Oxfords

be the next work done by. the the defendant's fate will go to the plaintiff is entitled to possession of ,

jury on the case as made out by the the piece of land in dispute described I' P
[ ompanr; and which: It Is hoped to I'
:hive finished by the first, of .A agust. State when Assistant District Attorney according lo a survey made by Robert I

,H'Bf, .this time the company. well) also Rand closes his testimony." B. Burchfleld In May, 196::. as fol1 '!''I, : Slippers

five the water supply' othcompleted. rwlse lows: 'I'II

'Work on the fourth pf the Building Collapsed. "Commencing at.the southwest corner ',

I.artectan wells was commence thiswhen Huntington, W. Va., April :27. The I of lot 2, section Ill, township 43 M i
w., brick building occupied by D. A.
I couth, 43 east and running
ng: and It Is expected: that range
Mossman a Co., as a feed and seed
thence north the west boundary
on S
; shall have been completed thjit ful-
'5,000,000 gallons of water : store, collapsed this morning after .a I line of said section 73 :Teet, more or y

: .' I have.been secured. These 'dailY''[ gas explosion. Several personae: In- less, to the point where the line /

cluding one woman were burled beneath I known as the "Potter line" intersects !I
i being driven at the' old i
I the ruins and many were slight For Ladies Misses and Children
ods, and In close proxim ty to ?|I the said section; thence south 73 feet ,

will be bunt a new brie c and I ly hurt. I I more.or,less, to the southeast corner i I II .. ---=- '-'- --=- .:: ,tin

went Intake well .SOxSO feet i nd 1: \ of salj lot { and thence 75 chains

or more IB depth. 'The rescr- I I DEFAULTER ADMITS GUILT. j beginning.I' all the latest styles shapes and .

Milwaukee, April :7. Frank Bise- ,
Toir.will receive the water frobi''the
: j .. .
.veils. and from there It will be b might \i!I low, the. defaulting bank president The trial has occupied! nearly a : '- -

the pumping station thro :hthedncb 'I confesses to an indebtedness aggregating week's time for Its disposition: the I

conveyor pipe for distribution, between $::>0.KK and (3,000.- testimony being largely scientific and colors,just .arrived at Sewell's Shoe
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the,dty. (14)and based on his confession he technical In addition this case! -.. -. ..n ___ .. _- __.- _.. ..__ ___ ___ .__ .__.

e laying of this eoaveyor j pipe. i filed volunteer petition in bankruptcy was stubbornly contested by attorneys I

Irlnc* of the new wells and build- In the United States District J on both sides. The jury was out an I Store. THEY ARE BEAUTIFUL !

Sot the reservoir It will b< i| real- Court The list of his assets aggregate hour and a half, considering Its Per j __._ .. .. __.nO _

Is quite a task and will require .U, U.OOO. diet .. -- -..

time to completeand the "
Be r tl;

"system in ral!'worJdJlg orprbnt Schooner Mount Pleasant Was Caught j

beD :this has finally been ltioompUfabed .
1
| ; Warn!', water service beseeand
1 in Gale and Had Narrow
to none in the State a a Escape

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;'' THE BILL AMENDED. t
The. Iriui auxiliary fishing schooner' of hold. She is fitted. with an auxiliary I
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'ion 5 of Crill Measure Cut pff II. Mt Pleasant owned by Messrs. Fogg gasoline engine. I

Festu '... "She left Miami April 13 to come to
Objectionable
PAged & Grassland fish exporters of this port
Jacksonville, and went out to the fishing .
4 and which left here about two weeks DROP IN.AND TAKE A LOOK
Information from*TallahaaseJjs to banks to secure a cargo of fish to

; effect: that V.. compromise oq, Sec ago on a snapper fishing trip, has bad brine to this port. A gale of considerable .. ..' -- .. ,. .--.---. .. ... ..

aUoa S of the proposed F. E. 4 RyfiKxte&sion a rough experience with the elements force was encountered: and the .

:: Bill satisfactory to all coo and Is now at Jacksonville undergoing sea became quite rough. The vessel S i

was reached yesterday and repairs. I pot Into Gilbert's Bar. and laid np for .

pebat/ 'the but passed the Senate]by a The ML Pleasant carried a crew of I a couple of days. Another start was

Of 28 tot i six or eight men all from Miami and made and a storm of great severity

''//f ne compromise was practicably ef Is In command of Capt. Rosa who was wu; ''encountered. The sails we

; ted Monday night, and was bJiou&hteI1t master of the yacht Louise on the torn away and If It had not been for

by the fact that Governor projsrd *- Soldier Key run. The Times' Union the auxiliary engine the schooner

would not sign It in its first orm. thus tells of her trip and arrival at would never have reached this port. Sewcils

lost ,what amendments were madre Jacksonville I The wind blew so hard that the Captain

not definitely known but;it is "Twelve days OUt from Miami the i raid it blew the fish out 4f the

auxiliary: schooner Mount Pleasant i bold. !
I that It was so pruned as to now w

.. tats nothing like!? to offend the Captain Daniel Roes in command arrived "The Mount Pleasant brought In a %

uscepUbtllUes cC the most arcirnt of in port yesterday noon showingthe I fair cargo of red snapper and landed

i ra-Uroad! commission admlrery.Ths effects of having encountered a I them at Adam's wharf, at the foot of .a

severe stormy In which she had her i Ocean street. The schooner will be inspected -
I St. Miami
= Florida East -('ou Ice Corn- foresail and Jib carried: away. here by the United States local i 12th ,

shipped' seventy-fire tons ofIto The Mount Pleasant Is a fishing: Inspectors of vessels and after being I i

Nassau Thursday via steitnsht'p schooner of 24 tons net, 50 feet in I repaired will return to her home 1
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MfJROPOLlSI i THE SHOE DIDNT FIT! in Miami so long as such term n.., deficiencies in operating and It should not be hard for young people FLAGLER'S MONUMENT. ?'

MIAMIEv advancement Is secured by legitimatefair equipping Its road. to choose what wealth they moat
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.. and honest means, and not the This does not seem an unreasonable desire-- wealth of character or wealthof
fin r'u..rkr.
r TU- editor of th *
s : Friday in the Metrop- |I detriment of the Individual or forcommnnmy ,Itwand.f'.o business man In Florida ( money. They ought to know which The Volnsia County Record 1
Informant has dire''r"l 5; I"C; hnj :
Building In the proposed extension of the 1
would to an Investment of
t I collectively.It care make sill bring them the most happiness
f EVIY .alnxi in the East l'"..;; ..ir! ,..,. lirtti'v! !' clom thick however that nature on which hekue>w that by Ida East Coast Railway to Key Wand *
ray from
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t L /.. i. BoU Dun, fec IrMt !i!'I I oiKati- r mere observation. Many wealthy
hate Its hdvantSBIMS' ...III.' seated lu'us lcd labor, or at least those at the law he wjuuld nol. !". allowed to earn men are known to commit suicide! I approves of tho actions of the!
The KiFia. ; Printing Company.e t I
I Islature passing
In the bOl.1
: _O! !brain bw. that it has Intomj I IK.ad of such organizations, go too far !that rate of inte-rem abate a man of strong character was upon

i at times, in their ciactuenls:; of the The Florida KaM Cium Hall"'IIY or known to to his life. legalize It. The Record say J tJ
fIaklDg' new put an end
Miami :
Postollcc! at *
..re.1! at t {e l In fiilcilfl, and IIP is s< ntunti.i
public and capitalit disapproves of any uth'-r hue In the State is suppnwd The pleasure of living Is "All the progressive element iFlorida's <
too fur
i )nd-U usE matter great I '
as < -,- of bill,,"' .,. I '
strikes and deplores any at.J: all con In have the' nth In earn
Last wt..-k he copieil a r.' Kirt from uimiiint above the of of the action of our Legislator+
i .iiI ions hereby labor seeks by ( expenses; operating
1 Tk mo.t S( .them newspaper pubhco "I think every one desires to beablei >
j jFlagler
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: ih" New. York Fruit and Produce Ness I certed action to wreak a wrong'OD.\ ; and ran at any time Invoke the: promptly passing the bill granting
", on th mainland of the United \ lire In comfort: but. when that
the right
to extend the 1
aid of the courts If to oblige
10 thefleet that the crops ot the injury upon person or property.Other ne-c-essary i I state Is reached the man of strong
lutes I the commission( to allow them to do East Coast Railway to Key WestIts I
I' East Coast had been greatly dama cQ than these wrongs lit times! ; character works for other things than

.' 0- year.. ... .. .. .. .:. .. .$:.00 i,:1 by high winds. lie attempted no fur- inflicted upon the public as the outcome (lii.->. Going Into courts 111".11):0meaD". ): I mere money, I have never followed I below present Culler.terminus It Is at immense Homes. '
i j tlir Information (probably dldn i ; of organized labor and bid-ted a large': expense and a long; delay of an !
1.00 I nil net as a means of making.If .
; lot) money
lt I dertaking and will take millions'
the favors theworking time, with no certainty a* to what the I : .|
much shed leadership Metropolis
and as as
aunt any) never I
I I would bate
will had not
1 Those pay gin advance rte | I probably dollars
to complete it. And It will ]
'rdu, t will be hence In this the
it
!, :1 tear (*) volunteered a remark man. It wants to see him case
fir Mice a'year subscription for U.50, i mailany.. The men who act for mono ,
the
most unique railroad that
'! ahead be-lieveshe should be Dull j promoierb are asking the Legislature: ;
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for 71; of condolence for the stricken Ile UOb. get _
bs' nibscnpUon alone the In
the
nt and six: moL py are always poorest tbttginning
of In America.
It. It will
iw _ta. This liberal discount to in- This week, however he sinus a dtfferent ",'pry dollar he Is worth and realizes the highest; authority, to place them In 0.1. because It is impossible for them I'I at

dace iftictly payment* t-onK.:; The New' York J"niit and that e-oncerte-d action Is necessary to ] pomtlon to know before they obligate I I lo make much process when their traverse a barren cotta
01'
1.a -.-- Produce. News volunteered the Inforiiiation s accomplish these ends But while1'I 'iheniM'lies. lo expend these millions of minds with the through marshes, everglade and i
occupied thought
t' FRIDA APRIL 28, 1905. dollar that are I> water from key to key. Nt;
be
that the crops of the Barto-r ;, supporting those conditions It believes' they may allowed to I of I
I 1 pecuniary profit and not with the miles of It will be trestle work., 3
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'1 um a reasonable amount of intereston
section were Injured by high winds that the man who pays the money amt I : I improvement of their art I think thatis
with la- will too, be a great engineering land
The styles II
spring
popuU rdnr the Investment
thatmust uLo emplojs the l-'V-r .
j i This was a calamity, an error the contractor tnuto a certain extent In pure.vbitstness (
terminal '
great faclliUes'wU11constructed
is expre i"d thus: UU i lie corrected, and straightway an' entitled lo consideration.' in ill- These |i'eopl'twos a right! lo ask of I pursuits as ,.elL If a merchant wilt "
I at Key West. It
"c I j: this fair dealing and eonscl"iitiou.scrilx )posing of the prlell-91f. lahor. Without 'i the .people g representatives, the mem I constantly endeavors to make I, for settlement of op
up a portion thetiglades ]
Tie Japan *Hfir> are said to be small proceeds to denounce the author tip man vvl.u money*, here would labor tiers of the Legislature, to declare In from his ('ustoml'rs.he "' .
I money 11I1 and. the rich smallover
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LH'.a.UIIQ Ipl'3 use no "chairs: They I I of that report, the whole tirade i! be* He holds the call and unless ;advance what a nasonalile rate of interest i j anon fine he has no customer, He which ;
the will
I ikven't been letting the Russians use I It : when Bummed up expressing; in every '! he chooses to Invest his wealth and i on money hivegted In Florida is j mt consult their needs and their "Mr. Flakier,road however pass.E fullyizea

: *i>y. ("!Ihpr, some time past term but the plain, unadnl'orated I II give labor the chance to profit by Its : i and this same authority has said In behalf t desires, and she: an well as take. Some
i that I it will be
year before:
I I words the assertion that "be lied" i I j distribution' the latter mus\, lIua..r.1+ i iHe of other people, that S or even 10 theatrical managers present playa that 'I road will ever pay a cent on the

What bed netr'iuiual of that. Dad county I i Consistency, thou art a jew
com .bill? Did It die a boil i i unfortunately the editor of this! misfit I In other words is the master of the 'they not deal as liberally with Sir.Fta;; playgoer: *. but which have a thigh ar i. up for it In the development ot

& Co. knock thou It situation Both capital and later, J Icr who has always. dealt I I .
sage or did leyser eheetinssesseth noL was good j| no liberally i tistlcvaltie. In doing so they are eau pr iit warfte county through"wIt i

ez r..yfcigh? "j, food for his biased brain, when the i doubt, art at fault for the unpleasant with the people of Florida riflclpg money to art. and In the end will (1
,, East Coast got It "In the neck. so to I|I conditions existing at times, and it 1>> The people along the line will be I (hey reap their reward, for the production pay a dividend. on the lave

a Te talk about It being Impossibleto speak by an outside publication bull!| these the Metropolis would like to see protected the maxlmun rate!!'*! If this 1 usually adds to their prestige allIIUlnao"rs. however wonderful the develop

to keep uJoop.8 closed on Sunday must when the same paper laid a like adjusted so that one can receive the bill becomes a law whereas If It I| ." of the country may be. The .

li ,; b" ignored hereafter. It was done at charge to his door it was tainted full reward for his services and the should fall and the road should be built :', True and valuable, advice. Joseph must secure through business front J J,

Kuisas! City.JKans. stuff, and he had to spurn It. other get value received for the. anyway, which U extremely doubtful, Jefferson was a successful man. He States to the West Indies and "

The East Coast asks nothing of Bar- money he places within the reach of the company would bare the right and had battled with the world tn that America from those countries to 1

tow or that section. It has the land him who earns it by the sweat of his would most be to
It 'tkOwjUstlmated! that Miami's likely forced avail effort to succeed He profited by sad to make the road a paying one :fj

,1 water IUPp'{r II 3.000,000 gallon every the people and the money to make It brow. Itself of It. to go Into the courts, resist and hard experience, and finally when "Few people of Florida at

twenty/pur hours. Can any city great. It laid dormant many yearn, I Present conditions, however, Will the ruling of the Commission and Increase success rewarded his efforta.none were realize what a stupendous nd

T o*.Its else $!!:the state boat that? but when the steam horse Invaded Its not accomplish this end. Labor must Its rates all along the line! In more capable than he In giving adviceon lug this is, what an outlay of i

mile of the richest territory in the learn appreciate capital and capita order
0 to to raise the necessary revenue how to best reach the coaL it will take what an advantage tt'b
State, the people soon realized thatIt labor. The first must grade Itself ab.cording to meet the enormous expendituresIn
t dean I*, and clean premises The utterances above furnish gem to the State of Florida. It tflthe 1

nuke a cleat and healthy town. Miami was the Mecca of the land and it tu the skill and worth of the connection with the extension.It for thought and food for reflection. great trunk line through '

wants tp bout-of both these rep- began to build develop and grow. exponent. A jack.leg. because he Is would seem that the treatmentof They are beacon guiding the mariner Btate.the most Southern road In .

1 Today it is the foremost sectionof a member of a union mnst not demandor the shippers and others along the lea. destined to be
,, atatlonaa and directing: him away from the rock the road over wb
the South both In ertfllty, cultivation expect the pay of one skilled In line of the F. E. C. In the
: years gone of destruction. He I* gone now. The a great tBIDe; In freight and pagame

According to the Tennessee papersdtappointln and prosperity. Let Barfow !MT the trade. Threat and strike must by would be a sufficient! gurantee that world will know him no more save In will be done between W-7I

i. unsatisfactory and un- where It is. It was a village before be averted, and differences sjettlet every possible reduction that could be memory but a* Jefferson. lived and I I I try and the countries lying south <

of State Miami was conceived even In dream; without a loss of time or friction. On made would always be given. M. I thebenefactor
the Legislature that wu promptly succeeded so can others and In tie I|I "Henry Flagler ,

t popular body. It ienu.ms to be seen It will be the same, no doubt wh"n t.be'othf'r Hand, capital must respect The policy, of the company has in the end advise those of coming and present 1|I Florida ever had'or

r whit will bl said. Afi an aftermath O Miami is a great commercial city with labor. By It wealth is accumulate past been of this nature and to a large generations on how beat to succeedIn << :<: will have.' It la he through the i"

the adjouruuent cl r1 ,rlda's august: 1 feeders in alPllnes of business extending and the great business world kept in extent the people along the line are the battles that must be! fought In 1 1 I diture of millions of dollar, bats iI

body of lawmakers now In sertsion.heprelent to all domestic and foreign 1 i, motion. Labor-must tgr treated as apart prosperous contented and happy.: Of the! struggle for success. I I|I a paradise of the East Coast ot i ii
of the world. I of its stock in trade it must not : '
0 I ports course there are those mho complain -o i: ida from Mayport ..otrth.in .'

'%ltee Hull, of Iowa, Is still i Abase or ridicule never accomplished I be underrated.! A man must be pai- and there always will be, no matter : the end. to Key West

..urrWd ovuf the Japanese plans for : goal for self or purpose, therefore ', every dollar and cent his skill or I what rates exist or what laws are In OPPOSITION TO WAR. the completion of this road the.

the caPt Philippines, but he I Ilhe editor of the Courier-Informant : talent calls for and he must fare humanely force. As a general rule the complaints try has blossomed! like a rose, \

.a. wlU \. Congress to I in the littleness of his mind and smallness and fairly in every respect. come from those who do not A movement has been set on foot ands of our people have found

rik abulish post! at D
'; reIthe' far more good by his tirade against!'! i difference of labor and capital bee relief of Japanese widows and '
: Moines reI money tn IncreaseS which they talk or write, but there orphans ting rich from the product of

S 1J.. DBV,' I' It than be is wreaking. harm. I Io come as one, and then will conditions are those, who complain from personal Mrs. Julia Warde Howe and country grown hy them.

". 0-- I I -- -- j past and present be eliminated to the* and political motives aria these are by others are active In the movement' Mr. "The Record has always coef

I! there It ..ordinance it hould beyrutorced I i'I' DISGRUNTLED BEINGS. I good and Interest of'all mankind far In the majority the ranks of the. and Mr&Andrew Carnegie have refusedto that Florida' greatest needlUil '

ITj not. one shoulii be made I I J, -o-- .|[ objectors to this proposed bill. I contribute to the fund on the l to develop Its wondertutand '

M" that will k iep roaming stock off the When men RO partisan In their views WHAT IT rtEANS. I j i j It is hoped tht the Legislators will grounds that they are so opposed to to such benefactor to the. .,

? '.IIt".ta 'ofOmplalnU(he ritv ami the property contemptible-in their acts and who I not be guided In their actions by these war that they have no sympathy with as Flagler this paper has

i of Its citiu-n.-. thereby encouraging are so known to have invaded a community The bill bef Ire Le-itilatiire' Intro-I people and that the bill will becomea any effort to reduce its horrors and j.given Its hearty and cheerful i

es law that thin prefer to have the people see and feel No man can spend his millions I IJ
Mme owum and renters tu beautify dictation fight duced by Set eior under hire and to
; tbelr pre |lF--n J and juiminndin: '; of iho the construction of a rallaasfrom the! I may be tarried on to a consummation.It what a dreadful thing it Is in order !J I will be a great benefit to the !Bra
boat Interests
j: : f roaming ioclv'. are mostly 1|! and immediate oppose community the Mid the Stateat mainland of Florida to Ki-v West U means a great deal for Florida butIt I that they may join In opposing It. !I[I the people, really a blessing to'.1

confined to the: suburbs. !I! Urge, see fit to turn their creating a gust:: deal of interest in is quite certain that It will not beI I What a reason, and that too com- J r I.thousands In many ways. Her ta'i:

4. nE I I all sections of the Slate and there built unless the projectors are protected lug from a supposed philanmropilltand 'own county people have goo ,
venom upon common pnl..r\lII8 an.idevrloptnen'
1 -Paer; n .aUg Miami has had exli : into I I would sum tu be a livelier interest by the Legislature! and simple and charitable mind. Every, sane I! on the East Coast and made <
and to pi.blic
go
It pe.;"..c, having horse* left unhatched i I print to air lb -ri>?elve-;: and they j'I there- amoug the people of Miami. just protection Is all that Is asked person deplores war. The greatest I j! able fortune In the past few ; .

on the streets In most I themes, under the pretext that they t tare There are those who profess to bee -0JEFFERSON --- '1 soldiers have always abhored It. It I I:i the nicking business, making::

..; plnees i lud !offenses are severely pun- laboring for thj: Vcs: Ic'vesta: of t[ lieve that the building of this road ON SUCCESS. is related that after the battle of W.ate 'I I clean money In one season taaa,' .

i 18.11<
an apliiial will become children children the M..trot oltt. of. Florida.* but when analyzed It will IIInl'lIs,1 the chamber of the Duke! of Wellington many Instances of this character.,".*
trlght-I bt--I I Just before hlsnd fatal 10 the killed and wounded he one of them we give
cite-d and dash down a crowded be found that those who preach this report I j: elsewhej
Heves In ignoring and! not !ura'ifUrg
ea.4engerin both life and property lets" argument are those who simply want Joseph Jefferson the veteran actor, be-I' found the Duke asleep and with the :I thes columns from a Miami
their vb.lnude.'U.I an I n led l minds ,
v -- -- ,, with that r.'C. -;I\.I.NI which Wouldtftnn | to kill anything In which :Mr Flagler I loved citizen and true friend In replyti I soil and stains of the previous day still : "Flaeler.is,: building a monnmeo
:
is interested.The a request from a friend in the upon him. He sat up In bed to hear Florida that will be a rich legs? I
law la In U that
A its
enforcement i the of ISI ;
joining contractors building of this roaj would be North' for his opinion and Idea on the I the lost list read and before the en.I'' her people for centuries to come: ,,**...3
builders'from
preventing
and
!controversy I with! ili", ni. It wnnMI
this in l best means to success, wrote as follows wanreached he clasped his bands and ..
benefit
f vast to ,
city more o
bloc >
) ng the streets and side- i'o th"fr\ IH'le! o.iK lit much so...1 l ',
I thai. In the first MlJtni hors Into tears The ram flav Be.1 FOR PILFERING "
I walks with'material longer than abso : they would feel honored ays one. place : BAGGAGE .
....
Ut''elS is attained by few In Its
liitnly\ nec< Hsary for the prompt execution Silence I Is the gfi-ntot 'unto'ml.t would be headquarters for menand rule tu Marchal Beresford' Our i ;. .

a pf fhe, work in hands The that can be offered a Snapping dis-1|1! supplies during Its construction best and most valuable form. Many losses quite prostrate me, and I am Baggage Master of F E. C. Railroad

4 ,streets we made for public passage Ia. gruntled being. He usually has just [ and thousands upon thousands of dollars men become rich and many becomefamous quite indifferent lo the a>lantapwe:: Placed Under Arrest,
,
be distributed but not more than one out of have gHinenl I God that I ,
5,1 use; n t to be NockRd"d.i i xa far to Ro, he always reaches the would amongst our I pray may .,;11
--o- | merchants, laborers, boatmen contrac- j j a hundred men are e\fr truly succiss- lie saved I from fighting any more such I Harry Hopkins a baggagetad:?
(end and then, when he looks back !
tors and material: men. I Ii ful.! A man may be able to write a l.atllm. for I am brokenhearted, sure the Florida East Coast Railway.'
1.. "lLtor lan bruufch of North tm- !i air the road tie has run his measly :
i little i Secondly, the completion of the road ]i masterpiece of literature and still not the loss of so many old friends and !'i been arrested in connection with,:i
Meta Is trying to blame Secretary5bw i I heart shudders to its lnnermoqBell j '
1 would. at once give us all the trans-1 I I bo able to keep his own life pure; or I comrade." To another he? said "The pilfering from luggage haDclted:
for the price of wheat in North and he Is forced to ejaculate the I I
; lukota.' Senator. Haosbronnh should :' adjective "damn." ,..1thfo"r' 1 II portal ion facilities enjoyed by tile he may paint scenes of ravishing beauty glory of a triumph like this IH no con j jJolatlon 1: the road last season and for' .wt.

ltbu ( I II j people of KeyVent.. which place I on canvas and not be able to make j to me"' Later, in ajilrean-1 I several arrests have previously
snow tha government! Is responrible i I long.drawn oqt behind. i j
j tow gets as low or lower rates than his own life beautiful. H.may be : (n;; the louse of Lords, he used thus :J Ji I made. Of the arrest of HopkinsSt
for Miami Is infested with such _
the growth of "wheat the I sonic .I
I'I Jacksonville. Miami would be only dissipated I and he may not be able to i i :anetiaxe. "1 am one of those who have Augustine Record say; .
,' JP'IN' being fixed by Ogden Armour, creatures. They are of such various j! I \;
6 I Ikicks about 150 miles from Key West, white tell the truth, and therefore he Is not I probably parsed more of their lives In { "In connection: with the pUt
and John Gates. kinds, ranging from the fellow who -
r I' she is 3GG: from Jacksonville and I successful: even though he has paint. ; sat than moxt men. and principally I :: from baggage!: ': on the Florida
o because he base nothing! elite to
hence there would naturally be! a id the prize picture" of the year or j i may say, In civil wars, too; and I i, Coast Railway, Harry Hopkins, alIalrl"
.t i ii
IWjest\ sky Is reported. sending ,: tin. to the one she makes himself of. ij { I
I in freight rates both frul written the most successful book of : must this that if I could! avoid by I
"' saving : on : *. say i man. :was placed under a
It.. dlxp ch to the zar: will not j i it.lP.grapb |I i tensive because he came for that per j '
i vegetables and such commodities I f fI the season any sacrifice whatever, even one of $1.000 by Judge Mackey this i
before- .
again the batlle If pose Came to do as he was told to ,
Y I we ship out. and on groceries! and ell 'A man who has many friends isMICC month of cl'll war in the country to : lug pending an examination. -, } {
I am beat n you will learn U through do He Is doing, It well, but like the !
will !t classes of goods which we now brli ? ,'ssful In one sense because no one which I am attached, I would sacrifice "The prisoner stated that
1io. If defeat him I announce larking dog. he is under the wrong 'Ii I
-- U to yon' St. Petersburg interprets r.oe. and nothing will drop jI j I i In. The merchants here are aware of j jI I Ii ; can have a large frlenJhlp unless ho I mv lift! in order to do it." i j jIxt be unable to get his 1I'ltnefor

p I I i the fact that they can buy cann-d j possesses many good qualities. think Mr. and Mrs. Carnegie* keep several days and asked the '
Fvi this nwsttfge as meaning victory or The Metropolis is altos willing io II'lItl'r ]
j: goods, sugar and in fact man IiDt'SIIS I (he faculty of making friends is one of their wealth. It.may be better to Invent to postpone the hearing. He ent
dp.ath-tb in it Is I I
t to be. a fight to a controversies abere It believes1such '
in West the most valuable gifts ot man, and'! In the building of libraries while
fiDiA Is necessary, controversies here cheaply Key now In Jack- j f fi a plea of not guilty The coot,
I : i i i i sonv Ille i' when a good man has It he Is usually co-inilenu women and children suffer the examination for :May 4. Hop
reasons anj
purpose; are vanely cou
1 "But." say the OPI*>SOI> nf tutu a very successful personage Ot fur food and succor, and let all of us ti charged with stealing a 'ejwaab
Jacksonville Is to have a tannery. tended I without Ui laoel of venom roa'I'1 I I
'I "the promoters are seeking to course, if a bad man has that faculty I| pray thnt there nay be no more wars, I II of valuable jewelry, among which i
.
e- At .a mec! In? to be held- at 330 this i anti injury being attached to every ;
I away the powers of the railrond com- I he uses It to his own advantage and j I but If want shall come let us not j i a pair of diamond cuff link
atlemoontlx at the Board of Trade all of i i word and sentence uttPr->l Such asj i
aloe and to allow the road to rob the j' to the detriment of his friends a'hoI, doubt that men will be ready to fight; i at $tOO. Other articles ranging 1
>. detail are to.be decided upon anl1tbfJ j these It refrains from. tn'. :an: ; u1; IH. I .
!j people by charging! any amounts thO'.1 I soon desert him under such clrcum- :i then, and that the human hearted will :I $100 to $300 are Included In the
Kite The will their
selected. company 1 I cause! motives ire too palpable '
may please on tho entire line of road. stances. And as a man to have friends i I stand ready to aid their starving ,.1< charged against the prisoner .
tic offlcered Jacksonville their deeds 1-1
by men andS i j too uncalled for end act '
s'i: <-h statements are entirely mislc>ad.1| must 'show himself friendly: I think I own and children as thousands are lot aggregate in value nearly $1
local caprompaay( al will be Invested for ob- I too rash and unprincipled i> call for i I .
log 61a,1 de5lgne'dlv ace The bill pro-, lia good sign for a man to be alwaysJ : doing today. r j I _
: "Y1fMI. nOns the plans of thelIew ; recognition. To do so would be! like '
rides that the rates of freight and pas- J companionable. -o-- I In a recent address to the T*
are! yet concealed but that: | lying with dogs and getting up with I
n the tann ry is a certainty Is assured I1 fleas tare on the road stall not at any lime i jvxcfOd j "I do not think that money meansI Mr. Carntgle: offers to give one million :I I Legislature Senator Bailey dU

. Tte location will be decided upon this i 0r ; those now in force, as made ort I' success; far from It. There are thous-1!;' dollars for the support or sure'*an- {i the relation between

afternooq, and will authorized by the Railroad Commls I Isiou. lands of men who have accumulated uated Methodist preachers, providingI I j I and the people said; "I belief
probably be at CAPITAL
AND
nome point along the river In the r LABOR. i iU !large fortunes and are still unhappy I| others will first contribute $::t.fcOOOOO) ;.j.,, the man who will do the
j
oclghbor Kxxl of the numerous other also provides that the road shall,' and dissatisfied with themselves. Trey ,| for that purpose. That proposJtioa is wrong Jo order to get the .

pasta d factories I An Impression seem! to prevail that ,I be allowed to earn S per cent interest ; have done nothing else but make tiion- I j late- safe as It Is sound We ticrcby I I I office, will do the people wrot' .
at
now being erect-' the Metropolis Is
opposed to organized and '3 per cent sinking to give $1,000.000 on the same i he want rta:
-.4. The i capital stock of the company labor. That It fund on the ey and have sacrificed everything agree |I j ever something

rill be somewhere between % not true. The Metropolis raided Indebtedness of the road pro- to that end. They have in many cases conditional proviso and if our check i* railroads worse than he wants '
$ 3.000
believe la the
ri aad ,tOO. *>0.Jacksonville 1 SOB. .advancement<< of betterment IndlvMnal' and i Wed that doe not exceed the Iegl.imate sold their honor and hence they are : questioned we promise to cheerfully' I I I public position" The truth, of.

every snt I i actual rest of construction bet- poor while the world calls them rich. withdraw It. statement {It *elf-erd! t.:1


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I RICH MULLER W :I Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That ---------- -

CARS I THREE FRIENDS"TO .j I -- I I Contain Mercury. I I

Details_of the Happy Event } I
1 I m Jacksonville < WHALERI

TOW -- As mercury will surely destroy the J 1
I IIf. a
OF VEGETABLES R8a KLONDIKE'v :Monday afternoon at sense of smell and completely derangethe

j,i the Priest's residence in whole system when entering It

'ITO 1 '. Mr. Charles A. Muller through the mucous surfaces. Such who
Everyone
buys a
j city and Miss Marion B. articles should never be used except ;
J FOR REPAIRS. I :
''l. ) JACKSONVILLE Ring Minn., were united In on prescriptions from reputable physicians Diamond
of
WIL BE REFITTED Feels
-MIAMI TUG us
EGATINC A .TOTAL .VA LAI ;1 I! bonds of wedlock by : as the damage they will do

:;;.TION I OF I8J Z5 SHIPPED FROM WITH NEW BOILERS AND PUTS|i her. : !is ten fold to the goo.1! you ran possibly 1

/LOWER EAST COAST .SECTION I| IN THOROUGH CONDITION. j jThf II I i Only relatives of the derive from them. Hall's Catanh that he or site has secured a good '

fejfUAST: WEEK. a j parties and Mrs. Jas. F. Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney bargain. Il' intend .
I I that
; j' Mr. Ray were present at the i &: Co., Toledo, 0., contains no "'IereuTyI shall every

i' Llt. : I which was quiet and I IJos I and is taken internally acting: upon one feel that way. Eceru

.. 1 1 1Flftynlne tux Thr.. Friends Capt. Harry R. McDonald, of this I the blood and mucous surfaces of the : gem ice sell must be right in Duality -

car loads .of resets >les.r Fuzzard, which went down to the best man and Miss Jeanette system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure color cut and price. We have IIfi

majority of them being toma oes, strande steamer Alicia. Tuesday ter of the bride, maid of II be t sure and get the genuine. It Is some nice ones to show you : : : : : ..

-' morning to look her over for the pur- bride was attired In a gray taken internally and made In Toledo,
this section of the East C")3 as last
I pone of attempting to pull her off. returned gown and carried a bunch Ohio, by F. J. Cheney A Co. Testimonials 3I

:.ek for the'rorthera markets. I to port in the afternoon. : roses. free.

:;.h these fifty tin' car there ferei Captain Fozzard is undecided just I Immediately after the Sold by druggiKts. Price. ">('. per I The Jeweler

o25 i crates. aggregating a cashj val what can be done In this direction party was driven to the bottle. 1" }
'
.,to the shippers of | li 5W without wrecking material pumpsetc., !I tel, where a wedding Take Hall's Family 1111 for consil- ,

.. t and it is probable that he will return ,, served in the private dining patlon. .. ,
shipment Fort Le".Idet dale from Jacksonville In a few days with lowing which they r 'I .

ows'-top. the most prominent ot any 1 such material and make the effort. the depot and left for St. I .t

.C.the T. places shipping by having more The wreckers now have practically all I at which and other places, NOTICE. F. W. HAHN,

i half. of the. care or twecty-nine II j I of the salvable cargo between the spend their honeymoon of "
<,. II{ 1 deck of the steamer removed. or more. Department of the Interior Land Of Architect and Builder
these. In these cars there 'fn
.. .
."> ta.\les. The chip is now in the hands of the Mr. Rich father of the Ace at Gainesville\ Fla. April 3. 1905.

x : .( .18.775 crates. of "' .i. Agents underwriters and will probablybe' down from his ;home In Notice Is hereby given that the I now nave in of the bent
my employ one
flag a valuation of f 14.437,60. sold at an early date to the high lowing named settler has filed fOl.\\
...-t Minn., to join his family draftsman in the South, and am better
iAt I other places .havinj con Ign- est bidder after which the effort to r present at the wedding of of his Intention to make final proof prepared than ever for furnishing plans

in the total shipment show up ', remove her from the reef will\ be at- ,ter. Mr. and Mrs. Muller, support of his claim andthat said and details lor good buildings, fine cabinet -

,'1I''and the present week promises tempted.The of the groom and Jos. R. proof will oe made beforolwJohn B. work. eta 1 am now headquarters
.
see the number of cars haf.! if not Three Friends will get away who was best man returned Reilly U. B. Commissioner at Miami. for work turned. work scroll sawing and all
usually done in a rile CLASS
Ue'doubled. this afternoon or tomorrow morning ,morning. Fla.. on May 12, 1905, via: William ; planing mill.

;;: Jacksonville, towing the tug Klondike i After the wedding tour Mr. J. Kronic, of Homestead Fla., home- I
Send
?1N HONOR OF MISS CULVER. j owned by the Manetto Company Muller will return to Miami stead 32991, for the s 1-2 of aw 1-4, sw I me your order for doors and win-

gfe -' t telightful of this city, and which will be takento their future home at the 1-4 of se 1.4. section 6, township 57 : dow frames ballusters brackets, etc :

} Dane was Tendered .at the Merrill-Stevens Engineering Hotel in the management south, range 39 east, and se 1-4 of se and be convinced MIAMI FLA

rl. ) the Fair Building Last Night Co., of Jacksonville, to be refitted Mr. Muller is associated 1-4 of section 1, township 57 south,
I
ti Yp with boiler and put In a thorough seaworthy j! father. range 38 eallLHe ,

e dance given Monday evening at condition after which she will\ names the t following witnesses I

:'Fatr building in honor of jMlss be returned here for work in the har- I< EXCITEMENT to prove nil continuous residence

mice. Culver who leaves this city to- bor. upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: Contractors and OwnersIf
I
, rTO, r nlchLwas a decided soda suo I And:"Milwaukee Banks are Charles Gossman. of Black Point. Property

At nine o'clock niarl al theta Won a Name of Fame. Fla.
iness Quietly Again. you don't want to SAVE MO EY, #
had arrived and dancing L. R. Nixon of Black Point. Fla. "
we can't help you. If you do corje to .
eed.yfTbe ., DeWItfs Little Early Risers the William Anderson, of Black Point.

floor was In perfect eon Uou famous little pills, have been made Milwaukee, April 26. -- Fla. .,
ment In banking circles The J. A. McDonald Co. :
,, ,the. eXtensIon'of the building famous by their certain yet harmless D. C. Brown of Perrtne Fla.

has recently been completed. and gentle action upon the bowels defalcation of President W. G. Roblnscn.

much to the capacity of1 the and liver. They have no equal for the First National Bank had Register. AND BUY YOUR V

I 3 Excellent selections-'played by biliousness constipation, etc. Theydo subsided this morning, and ,
.
total of Long Leaf Yellow Pine :
absence
orchestra and a cool breeze blow. not weaken the stomach, gripe, or a

.\through the hall made mordlnp' make you feel sick. Once used always banks at opening hours NOTICE. \
Interest la cow centered in Framing at $16 per 1\1.
most agreeable anti the preferred. They strengthen. Sold by ;
ture of former Assistant g
The affair a.continuous Biscayne Drug Co. who it is believed has left Notice 1* hereby given that the City Boards ':same price. We also sell Lime Brick [4 kinds}. ;
waa
rpund .Council of the City of Miami will apply Cement. Sash, Doors, Mouldings and whatever else
a
.pleasure, ; not daring any dance Rip Van WInkle ha* gone to his ever the .
to Legislature of the State of Florida
...i there' a- couple seated, which wubeatstgn 'acting sleep, and by tae act the stage Has Stood the Test 25 ., at the session beginning April 4th, builder requires at lowest possible figure.

: that, an were enjoying has lost its foremost elevac r. the .
,1905, for the passage of a special Act

: veL. Miss Culver the a trao- world.one of its best and most respected The old original Grove's granting a Charter to the City of Miami. Yon Know Where We Are ---- 14tti Street Miami Fla.

and agreeable guest of honor.be- men and Florida; the East Coast Chill Tonic. You know !. Said Act to contain provisions ,

ytenable to give each gentleman ae 'especially, one its greatest enthusiasts taking. If la iron and creating and!'establishing the Municipality o oo eoo .

: i dance arranged and !leach and public spirited: citizen
gave tasteless form. No cure no of the City of Miami: providing
on of a set. 1 Peaceful be hi* reat, and long live his
; for the election of officers.! and prescribing -
'At: .12 o'clock: after wishing ,:Miner memory. NAN SCORES A
I their powers and duties; prescribing Wilson &
a"successful and safe trip home \ .t'I and limiting the powers of Flye -

1 broke up and,departeji for"respective I A Daredevil Rids Pawn Broker Falls: to the City Council: granting right to Impose .

.. abode ji Often ends in a sad accident To heal a* Purchaser DBALBM: III '
panaltlcs for offenses against the
Dc those present were the fol. I accidental injuries, use Bucklen'S Arnica -
City Ordinances: inscribing methods
: Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Frtasel. I salve. '"A deep wound In my foot New York, April %1'. Staple Groceries Fruits
for the assessment and collection orrevt"nue
and Mrs. C. M. Brown, JrJ Mr. I from an accident," writes Theodore pawn broker, was called u for ,
; providing a MnntcinA
| 1in.''H. C. Sedge: Mr., and Mrs. Schnele. of Columbus. O. "caused me In the Nan Patterson case
Court; grafting! tbe right: to Issue
;''1.. Burdlne.. M. and Mrs. JJ! K. great pain. Physicians were helpless, failed to Identify Morgan TOBACCOSAND
City Bonds In exerts of 5 per cent of
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mnrfltt. but Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly man who bought the
the valuation\ of real and personal CIGARS
:.i and 1IrI.Co..Rlmanlea, Md .and healed It." .Soothes and heals burns j I which Caesar Young was
property within the City limits limits;
J.M.BurdineMr. John CraptingWu like magic. 25c at all drug stores. | The prosecution had
I i providing for the election of Bond Avenue D and 14th St. MIAMI FLA.
1 Jeanette Watson. Mr. Tho*. on the pawn broker being ..
CONTINENTAL. Trustees and prescribing their powttsand Ju-U.., '
inllrfe and Miss Grace Culver)>ror."Eo. HOTEL tify Smith as the man who )
duties.
Hall 'an.f Miss Mae Robinson, the weapon.
Will Open at Pablo Under Manage- vBy order of the City Council of the
r. A. F. Sackett and Miss Ethelty )
,. Mr., Freeman Btrrdlne I and j ji I' ment of H. E. Bemis. June 1st. COPELAND CARRIED City of Miami

The Continental Hotel at Pablo I I M. R. KELUJM. We Want Grower
i AnIta Tehean. Mr. Samuel]Bar, Every
.sad Miss Willie Hahn, Mr. Barry | Beach Florida's greatest summer reT ML Vernon O, April %6. City Clerk., ,
T sort, will\ be opened for the season of Copeland the negro charged
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i and Miss Effle! W lsh111r.] .
190? on Thursday June 1st, and will\ murder of Mins Miranda
e and Miss Beatrice I Xlmanr NOTICE.In IN THE STATE TO HAVE XUR: ECOKB.
continue until late In the
". sqmmer"The today brought back here
: : MIll
.) ; J. H. Cheatham and ,
Continental will be under the bus, where he was taken at
Wood Messrs. Geo. Xlmanles.its .
Cole. W. V. Howard. G. fcnloe able management this summer of Mr. of arrest for safe keeping. I Court of County Judge, State of Florida f'tablu.-A complete manual of Florida crops .

Ii :ss.:: Couklin. f j t II. E. Bemis, who Is manager of the Excitement had subsided j I Florida. Dade County. Florida Orarges."-Of Interest to orange growvm..

1 fv ii; j Colonial at Nassau N. P.. during the grand Jury will be called j j I In re Estate of Charles B. Crockett. Jr. "Florida Strawberries."-A Booklet on -Soil Varieties, Cultivation as*

winter season, and who has managed I once to Investigate the To all Creditors Legatees Distribu- Fertilization."
Very Best Remedy for Bowel !t
i the Bedford Springs Hotel at Bed- him. tees and all having claimsor m
against persons -
JATrouble_No.Family Can A-: '!' Irish Potatoes. -A Booklet on "Soil. Seed Planting and Cultivation; ES: ..
!; ford Springs Pa. The prospects are { demands against said estate:
ford to be Without It. i of Fertilizers.: Digging and Shlpplq.-
good for the best season of any ocean I You and each
Frightful Suffering of yon are hereby
f regard Chamberlain's Colic. 2hol- no-I Pineapple l"ertJlI&lng.-or special Interest to pineapple growers.
resort on the Atlantic Coast, south of l titled and required to present any "
L led Diarrhoea Remedy as oie of I i Ideal Fertl1lzer1"-Cook showing ail our different brands analyses pitas.
; AtlantlcCltrand the train service from Suffering
frightfully from claims and demands which you or etc. ,
:e'Tery,best remedies for boweljtrouiT ,; -
Jacksonville will be correspondingly lent poisons of undigested : either of have against tho 7
yon may New and Revised Editions of the above JQ't
just
,says: Mr. J. w Hanlon !editor published, sent free for the aakiaa.
I Increased to meet the demand. Grayson, of Lula, Miss., estate of Charles B. Crockett Jr...deceased I .
the Despatch, Ocilla. Georgia. Ice'
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: this etaiement! after living Mr. Bemis may be addressed at No. King's New Life Pills, ".... '' late of Dade county Florida WILSON & TOOMBR FERTILIZER CO dP ANY

226 West Bay Street Jacksonville, nn- cult he writes, "that I was to the undersigned administratrix of ,
the,medicine in my family foreral ,
It." til June fat stomach and bowel disorders said estate within two years from the JACKONVILLE. Fla.
;years. I am. never without
,
to their tonic laxative date hereof. .
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o family can afford: to be without a I
Cheated Death. at. all drug stores; Dated March 16, A. D. 1905.
j Chase & : '
,bottle of'thia' remedy in the house.la E3a.Jney., Agents,
certain to be needed sooner or t Kidney trouble often end fatally, Agnes MacG. Crockett. arn1.

'. For sale by Red Cross Phirmaand but by choslng the right medicine E. United States Is 9-ln, Administratrix.- Bt OWN: & MOODY STOCKTON BRADFORD

r, an medicine dealers. f IlL Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa, cheat Cutler Little Rlvei. >

,."-, n .-' death. He says: "Two year agoI Berlin. April 26. -Tie NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX. .

Hon. Frank Harris thinks Dr had kindney'trouble. which causedme ernment preparatory to : Miami

L will be seated aa Senator from great pain, suffering and anxiety, United States from the : Bottling Works
r AH persona concerned will take noi i I
Twentieth Senatorial D1atr1 t. r& but took Ellctric Bitters, which effecjW the new reciprocity

[ Co 11. Brown. It may be |ieccs- a complete cure. I have also found with the seven European dee that six months after date I will, :WALL & DICKINSON. Props

; them of great benefit in general debility formally notified the present my final accounts and vouch
-.rY, for the Ocala editor to aa- era u executrix of the estate of John mb Street Year R. R., Miami Pla 3KanefartUMM
and nerve trouble, and keep them ment that the tariff '
think coming. bal J. Hayden late of Dade deceased
.- constantly on hand, since u I find April 10. 1900. will terminate County nf
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,. to the County Judge of said
equal"" .
Last Hope Vanished. they have no An druggists 1906 but that Germany
h
and for final dischargeu
county
pray
my
When,leading physicians said that guarantee them at SOe. to negotiate a new treaty. I All
executrix of said estataFLORENCE Knds of
M, Smlthart, of Pekin, la. had Inversble I I
P. ADEN I
consumption, his last j hopeished To Din Census Director. Rheumatic Pains Quickly
: Executrix Estate of J. J. Had n. Bceased. .I Suit DrinksPrompt
!' ; but Dr. King's New Dlscor- Atlanta Ga. April 2%. As a testimonial
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for Consumption, coughs and colds to his work a* a member of the The excruciating pains ., 'f
January IX. 1905. 1.14dmKod AttantioB to All Orttsra Ont-of-Tcwa Orders lolldta
lit him. out of the grave. Hai says: United States industrial commission tic of rheumatism and

treat specific completelytenredand [ S..N. D. North director of the census quickly relieved by

'_ saved my We. Since then I is to be given a complimentary dinner berlain' Pain Balm. The DYSPEPSIA CURE.

ive 'used It for over 10 ;years, and in Atlanta tonight. The hosts of the relieving power of the
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der It a marvelous' throat and occasion wig be D. A. Tompkins. of been the surprise _

care." Strictly scleatlfli! cure Charlotte N. C.. Capt. Ellison Smyth sands of sufferer The DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT: ;
O Tli$1 00 ton+rmrhh'tNm..t'.t.lr'. vlilell ..",tar IIFtiirAaca
of which it
coughs sore throat or colds; sure of Atlanta and C. J. Harris Dllls- from .pain oar .. T.. LM1L.t0a OF
-preventive of pneumonia. Guaranteed boro, N. C. all of whom were associ worth many times Its cost.
t1 E. C. WITT &. COMPANY, CUICACO. ILL
'iand 11.00 bottles at an drub Ktores. ates of Mr. 1'orth.on the Industrial by Red Cross Pharmacy 1 s

bottles free. commission. cine dealers. Ask for the I 1905) Kodol Almanac and 200 year CalendarNINE


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? >OCQOOOO j I" ., alnailv having: gotten a".I't. lib l.irjiibum of money from Mr. Flagler's,:: !\\ the ranks for the development of ''I'r""I..riuJ| ;. then'foree would roc. STATE NEWS.

I| .i loa.l.j '. p icket' to make the account balanco. I I Florida? Nay. \erllThe objections oniinend l to your honorable body; tlur -_ '-i
| LEGAL PAPERS FILED
a j The i revv ar" all Spaniards: and The voluntary reduction .cf passenger I|I ill!! a rule come from a\class of people 'the Crill bill\ peon both houses withou1opK.sltion Sheriff JI: Walker returned frota'

C'COOCOCOOC; DOOOOCXXXXDCXXJCw nothing: of the I cirlrtit, conuld iie as fares was objected to by other railsays 1 I who during all these year hate been | and that we, your cour.il' I Miami Tuesday night:: bringing ;
I IF.wt
letter;' ;>(..t'Ithal the ship| went of the State; and the voluntary !! standing: in thetry pathway of tieveiepment t toe extend: to Mr Flaglor a pressing ,|
whom he
t Waring arrested ou award 1
f A. r.jFro'.r and J, W. :Mill ashore Thursdaj morning about one reduction of the freight rates o.. ''1, aud on any und all occa- invitation to come to our retpectiisections -'
I rant sworn out by H. E. OventreetI :;
':'o clock. in thuk w.alher., and by which vegetables; to Jacksonville all goes !I sums bate ben laboring to down and inaugurate some m'".s I .
' J.r.n, mcorpup. 's of the Dania Packiaiiini j with
the master lost bIll bearings. This : to show that the jmliey of :Mr! Flag- those alto hate and arc Intestine; tires thai will bring to us the pros I barging:; him i having fraudulently:
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k House AHM with a capital morning: the ere had moderated conMilerable leer and hh managers: wan to reduce ,I i I their millions for the betterment of peritv that the East Coast Is enjoying I obatined hU (Overstreet's) sliW

I'll.or $l.rH"i.L as the wind had pone aroundto a.rapidly as ix'txibl both passengeri'id our Slat". This l.s r"llIarkaltltnle and which we firmly believe> vi'.l "b* I' to a 'certain promlsory note wkldtni ,

'lUull'I..n! 'tatc of Florida! to W. the "west and the salvage teasels :\ freizht rates >. In this community, Krtatly increase! by the extension of .';1I
was cashed by the StartBank! of Orflamlo.
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could! approach Ibf. ship much closer the Florida East Const Railway to ...
T I'. AKain it i- fact that dollar ;
Forrey. It notary public S.ati > a every Who are the! men that hats wrlu..nalll.o' The defendant .
safer the {Vest"AN was arnttfaei'I.
and of
City Key
ii- of Florida fii la fe for four )'tars.datjl1 |' I ihe road has over earned has tn-cn I[ volume and teat to Talla- ,
U fore
The cargo Capt Flnney Is OLD SETTLErt. County Judge Johnston Wed |
says. | used In procuring batter rolling stock : ha-see this -.
from JI.DIIUI'utiJJne 12 1905.:/ : ir ; 'ig that bill should bekilled' I .
/: y very valuable and cousls's of all kinds i us sday morning whoa fu waived ,,;
I I land in improving and bettering the I 1 It comes. ftom those she, j f j
I 'h Stuvall
arranty de trternan to I of merchandise The crew I is preparing i I road bed Not one dollar h'as ever1; have fought the best Interims of lhc MEMORIAL EXERCISES.The | limlnary hearing and gat > bond In the-\
and.Q'' for $1,2000. .
leave
to theesstl and will to
go 'been paid into the, treasury to pay back i ithe sum of five hundnd dollar
Florida Fast Coast with a hatred that for hlaappearane. 'J
lott 17. IS and 9. block 10, Miami West schooner commemoration! exercises, lit IdThurfdu ,
Key by .
if "iarraotyleelson: F. Vanderlynr immense amount of cash invested ,: is sues,lalnalle, Many of these .afternoon in the auJiioiium i; .. at the circus court.-Kb.- i
Again.: :Mr Flagler has shown amust : ) *
from the lntcrlur
I W. W. Black ..r. for $1.00 and other ; Copt, Rosa Meloy and- Fromberg. persons came of I and at the cemetery by1 the United sit. 1t.aZt'I Bv
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extraordinary spirit of fatherly *
e.>tII'i\<-raliulIs, :en acres in section went down to the wreck of the Spanish the State, came here as 1..lr asJ..II' Daughters of the Confederacy antI -
[ of t those who have with, thea'iter.
: cure met .. t urkha, made large s
4, tp 4fi, south range 4:1: vast. I steamer Alicia Saturday night and e sums
{I When the cold came, sweeplne of Sons of Confed"rule"etcranll., were j Mr Arnold Anulstead of K1uIJa:..
sinci
Warranty R. R. McCormick money they came atuon*
! deed J j returned yesterday afternoon. Captain largely attended selections were welt
way the farmers' crops be Immediately us, jet they n ode It with the "ex i mar was here this week to arrangefor !
E. Mathebon
aril wife Harriet foi
to Ross the I
says ship not on Long rendered and decorations of the graves -
IMIJO fifteen of : ordered that money, seed and orbltant freight and passenger rates j the building and operation of :
$ afres< land describedby I Reef a reported but on Ajax reef just beautifuL The program was" car.ried .
fertili/ers should be Issued to the I ,
feet links and chain on the west to the south of that first mentioned. I that then existed. The objections out as follows: I factory for the production of tannic |
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farmers not asking them to give him I r .
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from the
Biscayne MIme very "clique and dan"
aide of Ituy and Roundedbr Her hold is .full of water and the I Doxology acid. etc. The building win be erect'
'{i security on the lands for the payment I II that thwarted the of Miami j
-boilding up I
: section 21 and 22, tp. 54soulh.range I crew excepting the master and engl- : Invocation. Rev. Fred Pasco.
4 I I of the debt but faking the personal along certain lines and Ut us at the corner of Florida avenue a 1
41 east with aU riparian rights. Deer have gone to Key West. All of. Chorus"Bony Blue Flag'-By the
I!! obligation of each. whisper It, pel haps It was the actionof Main street, and Mr. Armlstetd eK 1
1 Rosa and
Richards
Warranty deco l. the dry cargo,.or that portion betweendecks : teachers and scholars of Miami school
I U :Richards lo | E .Savage, for IU50 has ben removed by wreckers, Again Mr. Flagler has never recelvj t tel this very "clique." that pat it Into .I Address.-Judge H. F. Atkinson. I pests to have his plant In operation.. :\

t.. acres in section 3:+.* tp. :53; south though a number of boats are still! I i j r as a bonus or laud grant from the: head of Mr. Flagler to extend Instrumental solo-Miss Edna Rowe within a few weeks Mr. Amistesdhas }
41 the State a single acre of the pub I his line to the city of Key West
w range east t standing by her. j I i Recitation "The Bivouac of the been conducting this business at';

Warranty de'd. 'S. Brnnson and The lower bold Capt. Ross says Is lic domain }o aid in this gigantic If theJt..nlakE'1"1I\ at Tallahassee I Dead" Mrs. Guild Smith. I Klsslmmee for some time hat OB aof, i f

wife to G. W. }Cletb, for $12:>.00, all filled with railroad iron covered witha r task. The other roads In tne State' would send a eommis. I II
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of block 115: his lots 11 and 12 I.lnUn. received<< the regular number of East Coast comu"inng at SUAni-- :
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large quantity of sacked rice, and land"-Messrs. W. W. Hall R. UHall. | Lakeland as a distributing point aa4t: (
I acres of land as provided by law us tine, then coming southward, stopping ..
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4 although the hull Is badly strained he J. F. Challle and Claude Browu. his preferance for: this ptace as Fed-.:

; 1\t-<\, Mary Brickell and husband to Is of the opinion that the ship can be I .for each and every mile constructed at the thrifty cities a"d villagesthat \ Vocal solo Mrs. J. F. Kraemer. :I dente point, he U Induced to man
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; \o xroard Vihlenl 1 for $420, eight acres saved provided the proper outfits can receiving from the State titles to now line the road see the prosperity Quartette "Tenting; Tonight on this move which we trust will be ,s'j

f ID section ::4. t5>. K south range 41 be gotten to her. He further says the same. If the same liberal spiriti that Is Tillable 01 every hand, the Old Camp C.round" Prof. W. W. i j vantageous to him In every way. j

eat" t. t.ta ':I that her rudder post and propeller are 'i i had been shown :Mr.! Flagler, he would see the magnificent homes, the great Hall Messrs. R. E. Hall J. F.Chall-1!'! lakeland News; }

; I" -...l-C. W. jBruc* to L. L. Dodge gone but that she Is lying in such a :> have received from the State as a. stores filled with stocks of. goods le and Claude Drown.

Ici $4M. JO; 1.: acres of land in section I liositlon as to receive no further damage :!i subsidy for the actual number. of I I' equal to much larger places in be Following the singing of the quartette Educator Meet In July. v
1 I miles constructed something like'' North If they would visit the farmers .
S4 tp. 53. rnng< U, by the sea and wind unless It assumes the .
veterans were prtnented .
Warranty decd-J. H Tatum of Wal- I hurricane form. '| Cftn.OoO acres of land which ('Oul.11)jt along the line see the great gelds "
with beautiful bouquets which had New York, 21. :
April With the
Ur Comfort E. Teellng. for' i'i. have been sold and turned Into cash of tegetables, the thousands of acres
been donated by the ladles of :Miami.! !
; President of the foiled State |
?:,rec...n: bounded by lots 1 Every mile of road belonging lo the t that hate been and are being plantedIn as Cbl.N
a1W' THAT EXTENSION. after which all joined the procpfciiiot. | and leading educator
.turret
+ t :j6. 11, and 12 : 139. Florida East Coast Railway, south I citrus grates, they would realize I *
i; to the cemetery where the program'was i! the speakers, the next general ..
Warranty d | arion D. L. Tlfu -- from Dayfona. all of the equipment for then as never before that !Mr. Flagler i I coov '
J' concluded. i tlon of the National Educational ]
ii 16 R B Taturo for 1.000, undivided ilHor, :MetropolisA ,' this long line, the building of station and his railroad manager. had not [ A-:
Chorus t'8rt'r. My God To Thqe. |, six-latlon. which will be held In Ai
ti&tf interest IJI southeast quarter of great deal Is now being written'1 house and other necessary blllld- ;; tern such an oppressor of the peopleas

:ti west quarter section 35, town- !|i and said in regard to the bill recently rings! right: of way, in fact every dollar this "gang" has painted It, but I Address G. W. M. Williams. bury Park and Ocean Grove N. J.inext

nip &:i. :: i I introduced into the State Legislature ,' that has been expended In con- on the other hand he has done all I liocorntlng Grates of DeceasedVeterans k July, promlioti to tx the nos
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notable In the association' 'a'
ranlet.-Fort Dallas Land''. providing for the extension i .Irucliug and equipping the road he possibly could do for the building history.
n..nt'dlctlonRE'. Fred Pasco The cessions will continue five dalUildes
CtO; for $::00. lots 1, I! of the Florida East Coast Railway has come directly from the pocket of i up of the East Coast of Florida on a I
The hearty appreciation of tne program
President Roosevelt
T and u:. block Q, MiamI. from Homestead the present terminus Mr. Flagler. The benefits accruing to j: permanent! basis. the 3
by the veterans fully paid all
ibio will include Jfa
speakers
Warranty d+-J. 11. Tatum to I to the city k Key "West in :Monne the State and the country through Mayor
We imagine that should the S.-r. *'. who participated In the exercises.K.Kk ,leilao. of New York and WUllata
' City
. Joie 1. Tatun. for $1.11411I. Iota 15 and County. ho)>e who oppose the which the line of rod passes Is 'Inestimable I I
and Legislature appoint such a commit
I T. Harris, United States Commission* ,
H. block S. Mia 111. bill are'ery active and making an i I I
I tee from the (central western and of Education. 'I
Warranty de tI-\ S. and Jane E.1 aggressive fight : while the friends I island III.. April :.. P'oml-
I IS The Proposed Extension. northern jxirtlona of the State, .bat !
* 7atsmfor $lM t, Let$ 15 and 16, block of the measure have been so conn- { their I tent Swedish Lutherans from many
to
1 on return Tallahassee tucii
NlamL dent that the bill would appeal to the The propo-il' extension of .he Florida : Presbyterian Mission.
I report would read something likj |mru of Illinois Iowa, Wisconsin andMinnesota !
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warranty better judgnitnt of the lawmakersthat I East ( (-'I't Railway over the
:'t1. tb Iltary and "i1liam I this,: gathered here today and f
Muocogee. I. T. April 26. n.
juttktdl tu A. Tatum for $500. lots I IIt. It would pass without opposition keys and water wave from the main-I Y"Your took part In the celebration of Fo'ind
land i.. i ln. ity of KeVt't. o-nnui'c.' appointed to go: Presbyterian Women' Board of I>MW/
or we might serious ,
lb. I"J.I 17, luck 8. Miami say oppo- | ers' Ifciy at Augustana: College. A feature -
w Vl-arnornty J/-d-Kate/ Stocking and I sltlon. From she time Mr. Flagler t a tire of about! l.::;0 miles. Is one of over the Florida East Coast and male of the celebration was the an1nounccnient i i: sign l Missions of the Southwest b..J

.1 the most gfgantlc I an examination of the conditions! pan its annual meeting here today/.-
ttavfs D. Stocking to Mary Goodwin commenced his building operations | : engineering problems of the receipt of a fund of ;

.t- jrr It..11)/\. lot 4J block SO, Miami.Warranty I gradually extending his magnificent ,; that "has ever been undertaken wish to report 'We h.xve visited all!! nearly $11.IItHI. raised by |opular sub-i with a fuU attendance from aH the. ]
in all the Southland If the illlages and cities situated alun Presbyteries. It Is the twenty-elghUr.:I
d lJ-d:Fort Dallas Land line of railway southward through one J I not of this ; "l"rijlllun in Sweden :and scot as u gift

Co to J. \'. qautip. for $:>40. lot 4.1| of the most unpromising sections of ago In the building of this lineMr. the line of the Florida East Coo,,' to the' enllegePortland" annual meeting' the board. Report 1 j||

Wwk f-:. )11811\ I the 1'nll(>d States there has from; Flagler and his managers do not Ital".a and made a most careful prepared for presentation to the meeting -:i

Warranty d le
.wife to Eiiiniaa'. Ewlng:, lot 4. block | .opposition Why lie should have met of a large sum of money toward j a few people in these prosperous .:',- Ore. April 2t... The Oregon lien for the )year the total ezceeiiW*.

to-: :Miami. i with this opposition i is l\ond the ; the cork they do not comes j I leg and villages; who complain! of ".ur- FVlupiuenl league: which wal' *ii .o H>, of which $ ,OM :was coUecUdl

: Warranty deed-Cus Blue and wife j I"I! of man asking to be relieved of taxation they i I bltanf rates of freight and pasivgo urennUed a year ago for the purpose'' fur the I Chow Fa hospital In ChUM.1:

U "William Hay; for-$!0.50, loti 7 ani Sin,,' the building of the road, the .*.> not ask! for land grants, they sim-1 I over the line of that railway but wp I of promoting Immigration to Oregon The Board will continue In session o!

S I. block 4, South. Uangonla. .> d(>1't'loPIlJtnt of the East Coast bash I ply make a modest request that It. are ontlnced that the grounds ink ami otherwise developing th" vast er tomorrow a:

Warranty deed. Nannie Prink to G. ) been phenomenal lands that were the furture the road may have the I Iprlvll..re en by these people are not well four,!. natural resources of the State began

be I of making a small rate 01 [ ed. Eterjvvhere we found the trosr its second annual meeting In Portland Tb. Russian authorities: at SLPeteral
t Ye<<:alf. for $10.00. east half lot t, supposed to valueless so far as
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'r concerned Interest on the invested. In convincing evidences of permauen today. Commercial bodies from bnrc: have Just completed school stet;|
Mock 19, AVe t (Palm Beach. j j'Warranty agricultural pursuits! were I money i!
4 ded-Model Land Co. to have been developed Into fruitful j this simple request they ask pro- \ prosperity we have ever vtltn s!'e.). all over the State are represented.The ju.licLal arrangements for Port Arthur..

-Tt.,mas D. Brown for $650 lot 7. I fields, cities and villages have sprung i ion that the enormous outlay In the smaller 'uvui-< wt1an.l a large Fession are to continue two days Some kind c [true.' persopwrite (IUtbh.; .

hawk' 16,-West palm ..Beach.'I'I up In the wilderness: property vallies may not be overtaxed or In other amount of building go.u.: on. 11"W are are presided over by E. L. Smith. and .-11 thou what No''.l. -

c Warranty d I-A. '' : have e&'b'ar advanced in I words that the road shall nut be subjected homes and l.tifcU.ess hoM<-< weie lining | of Hood Rlf:er. here a few weeks! ago .3

ti. John H. era lkt -
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"I A bl.wk 118, 111 amL ;i a marked increase In the number of i per mile than the other railroads in ) and the people are con'fori and happy -

: settlers, coming from all portions of II the state each claiming !o hltIh,' best place I Ion I

- From Liverpool to Havana. I the United States and foreign conn- j 1 The). also ask for certain water I'' earth. StandardFavorite

roe Spanish steamship Alicia, halltal tries, and there Is no section of the j i rights, which gives them an average; : "Tbellell\ are making! a growth that

n.|; from Bilbpa, an en route from {t State that enjoyes prosperity equai j width of right of way of 200 feet on j Is cfectly astounding. j jWt'

Lirpoul to Ii;Lana with a large misllaneous ie j to the entire length of the Florida each side of the lane. This Is d...." '- also carefully went over too i $18.50 .

<<.8ro. is ashore on lx>ngH ; East: Coast and this has come: ed necessary by the engineers.o farming: sections and found the firm-1 i

.ff. Oft EIliotLs Key thirty-five miles I First, because of the building and I have charge! of the work, that brea:,.1 ers gathering a bountiful crop of veg'

'U uth of here :and will _become a to. : equipping of the Florida East Coast I waters, may be built for the etablos; we saw thousands of acres

loss. : I Railway; second because: of the I tion of the road _bed and proll..1 that had recently been transformed I

fbl is 'the steamer reported a&liore I io" moot wonderful climatic conditions; safety of the trains in pat>olno: 0" r' from pine forest- to the most thnf'y '

.. lung Retf ast Friday and which third because the lands have proven | the long stretches of water. i j t and healthful citrus groves that wet I V

'was given the fame of Ills. Later de- ; to be the most fertile and produc-j; Some rff the Objections. i have ever seen : we saw many many

fails of the wjeck were learned this I live of any in the State and lastl\ \\e hate not the time space nor [ hundreds ..t acr..s telng cltai" aLd Don 1

10.'aping from Capt :l1nneof tb. because of the character of the peo-1 I inclination to dial with the flimsy II plnnted In citrus groves: we saw :- .

t' tu;; W. S. BrJBSstar, which left Friitay.for pie! who have Fettled along the line objections that this "crowd" are urging thousands of acres of plnoappl.M ir.d _'f: Experiment

the aoene of the catastrophe of the road. Neither one of the reasons so vehemently against the pas-"" I hundreds of acres being prE'pareti.t"'r.

sad returned Iff port at 10 a. m. Satur. given would have brought about sa .e of the bill. The objection that I planting in pines; we visited the

+ :t| the era of prosperity which prevails it removes It from the jurisdiction healed of the farmers, some were> palatial lie sure you KNOW what von are buying. When we cU

yopt.. Flnneyfsays'! that the J'j''I over the entire East Coast but the j of the Railroad Commission Is toolGrolieb some were more humble but you a machine we MJTI the company guarantee and we are HKRK ,

large three-masted steel hull steamer] conditions starting first with the j to consider.' The same is": also et I where we came in contact with w, 'here'th' can reach u.. tniak.. good anything thi* company '.

k tit several tht I,, sand tons burden, is building, of the railroad that has r.:' of the 20t( foot right of way.oer'I p thrift and i i'-i',nii.ent developrn >o av... The VTANOAKD i- tht: standard of excellency See -f
ui about the Standard.
-' curd aid fast jjm the reef. She Is hog brought these most gratifying results the VI.IHTS on the key; but these' such as we have never seen before.

-,;I'CI, and her boM fun of water. Nouiwistajice objectors place a hi.h value on the "We believe that the primal cause of

cal I! be rendered except The Policy of the Management. 'waters between the fcc-y*. j all this prosperity<< "ks he bulling nt J JI

jKtssible the *jktn of her cargo between : From the very Inception of the I Who Are These Objectors! the Florida East Coast Railway and THE RACKET STOREHandlers

decks>, fiat, being slave the wa- road. Mr. Flagler and his associates I Ii This question! CJHS quite a figure In he fair and Impar'ist manner In .Vchihe I

trr, .though that in the hold (t sub- i have shown the most liberal policyof the iis'-usslon! of ibis important ..ubI I managers of the Florida East tonne

: i j-ged and n>lsah able. The vesselpiust :' any road In the State and freightand ject. Are the men who are objectIng Railway have treated the peoplo :n of Everything:

necessarily be a total loss. : passenger rates hate been lower to this most liberal proposition the way of freights and Merger Everything sold cheaper

t 4. number o''small schooners from : than good business Judgment would those who throughout the dark days fares feeling sure that a people who,

lies Went ani the other keys are i sanction during a great portion of o? Florida wrought much for the had been deliberately "robbed" by: the <

-tanding by and 'e1llO"liIg the crago the time. For several :yean at the : aiding! up of the State Are they railway company would not prosper twe H. CHAILLE 6c SON-Prop

"hoe !Ma-unlia: fr"ightnrplyyng! to this : end of each f!'cal v *ar. It tent|. a the torn who have been foremost (In' as in* people along the Fast t'.e'st, a's I
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History of M am 's Past, Present Conditionsand .





I i. .j' Future Importance Told in; Detail



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l f- J business center. The city business Its most prosperous da>". Th- progress ing that medical skill careful nors- i,' new addition. More houses and-
center occupied at this tiuie-the of development went rapidly on lug : t
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'n, women, or money could do
| From the first Organization of the City winter of 1S9798-about the above the tunstructlon. of buildings for business wad left undone-all without the calling I:I' stores were by an built.appropriation The rccogsiUoaMianiI for doooall ol

I outlined positions The construction purposes and residences were upon the outside world for.a singly' I '
water In 190=
cam added to by the
Present Day was due to the destruction of the old rapid among which was the Oliver dollar's .id.
to the over ready confidence of Miami'sefactor. ban, : e
i iu or temporary business center, about block! on the west side of Avenue D, It was a period of noolv sacrifices
: Mr. H. M. Flagler. who agreed
the corners of Fourteenth street and connecting the Brown building with and generous opportunities. Mayor ;
__ 10 spend dollar ,for dollar expended by
0 Avenue D the previous December, the Brady building making an Imposing Reilly stood at his post; Banker Brown
1 'a "t the Government This assured Miamieighteen
lof 1896. 'The summer of 1897 opened commercial center.
remained to give financial aid; Doctors '
I feet of water and a short
4, The Indomitable Courage, Enterprise and Patriotism of Her the resident district, taking the favored Real estate sales continued growing Jackson. Skaggs. Dcpife and HUd- !I route to the sea. Mr. Flagler at ono-
vicinity In that distiict between steadily and confidence In Miami's future dleston gave their valuable aid with- .'
i started is: ilrtd;r* at work on the y
Citizenship Has Been Unparalleled-A Noble fight Fourteenth street and Twelfth street became more assured; residence out cost exposing their lives dally'' channel across the Bay. 'The Govern

Avenue C and Avenue B. Mr. Flag lots were being demanded; lots on for -the welfare of Miami. Dr. J. Y. I'
k, and a Spleneid Victory the Magic City Now ler caused to be built a dozen or more, EK\enth street were sold at $000.00 Porter stood by rendering invaluable ment dredges reached here la IMC
I March 21. In the midst of an vnUmaVaatlc
\ nice two-story cottages within this each: Iota In the vicinity of Fifth advice, and while not called upon to I
World's Garden Spot. gathering of
the Miami's citizens and
:Occupies. district Scattered about through the street sold for $30000; Second street do voluntarily,. took charge of the 4
tourists, the cut was made connect
hammock and among the pines were Iota were sold for *45 each. Business I'
tug Bay Biscayne with the Atlantic '
dotted crude shacks-moat any kind ofa property moved slowly I but steadily. saving
ocean Our mayor John Sewell tooImpatient
I shelter was welcome as at no time Twelfth street lots ranged from $S7S was unceasingly active In his aid to
for the
powerful ft W. W. PROUT. since Miami was created have all to $1,000. for 50-fL fronts. The the relief board; his noble work will
By
k I aided with his shovel. But "HowdyHowdy
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the inhabitants been able to properly Hatchett building on Twelfth street cause his name-to b6 inscribed oi the "
Is always alive to opportunities
I I house themselves, and the same conditions was erected'early: in 1899; Mr. John annals of Miami's history
us
a
.extended been village or town; she was borna
Horace Crecly. after an PUb-1 in which he can turn a shove of
exist today. The cry has always Sewell erected his splendid buildingon lic benefactor during the
advancement
city. dirt for Miami s
the West

throughout gave
trip been more stores and better Twelfth street at this time and her darkest hours.
From this date. Miami's history was I
This channel to the wa means communication f
utterance to those now historical stores: more houses and better houses moved his stock of merchandise Into
made rapidly, but her progress was The little handful of Miami's determined i with Miami and New York
'words: Co West young man." For untrammeled It has been thought the demand had It New streets were paved, and sidewalks '
citizens
not to be one of smooth were while fighting this City Boston Philadelphia Cbarlestoo"a
1. half a century the tIder emigration advancement for she was to pas been met, but the continual Incominggrowth made... The sewer system and appalling epidemic to be called upon Savannah and all American and Gulf
of Miami causes the same ,water works extended. Mr
has been to,the westward. But It re through visitations of disaster that Flagler to confrcnt disastrous conflagrations States Mexican .Central American.
conditions to exist today that existed came to meet the again
requirements
main yet to be developed whether were to try her citizens' sterling and thieving which caused their already Panama. CoiombiaVenereala. British,
<< worth that would have discouraged a from its very beginning. by Installing an electric UghUn plant tried endurance to its uttermostIn French and Dutch Guiana and Went
,or not Mr. H. M. Flagler' Instruction 1S96 and Miami
The fire of December broughtto took another step forward.'
less determined' progressive popu- a plague-locked city, battling with India island trade as fill ocean going
to the late Mr. H!! a Plant hi* light the need of fire protection and The telephone followed. Up-to-date vicissitudes disastrous
of death the
,.
ft vessels bound for either of these ports .33
'then in Florid; development lace.Miami's Mr. Flagler relieved the situation by Ideas were rapidly grasped and en-
opponent first Christmas eve was celebrated fires of the Hotel Miami and business rounding Cape Florida going or corning -

.will. not be equally .as ,historic. Mr. by a disastrous conflagrationwhich establishing water works. This necessitated couraged. Another newspaper the vicinity filled as It was with sick must pass in sight of the lights or
a sewer system which Mr. Sunny Land, waa j issued, edited byC.
wire wiped out Its business renter plague-stricken patients, that all were
Plant when asked by ; to JoinMr. Miami. Is It possible to grasp the fu-
also undertook. With, water M. after whose
Flagler Gardiner
destroying with It, her merchants' little untimelyand recovered and conveyed to the hospital ture commercial advantage Miami
Flagler a* his guest at Miami the class unfortunate death the hands
supply and sewerage system at of
f alt This was met with renewed without a single, loss of life, was : holds in this, the greatest gateway to
t wired back that he would gladly do of building became better. an assassin at Palm Beach the Issue
energy and resolute purpose to over- another star to our citizens' crown or: commerce being developed In America t'
where earth Is MI- Real estate sales at this time were passed Into the worthy hands of Col. '
r eo "bat on
This
u come; more substantial structures replaced glory was followed by the sec- : In oar day?
't amir to which :Mr. Flagler replied. the destroyed temporary buildings rather slow. Lots on Twelfth street Ed. Byington under the title of Thai ond still more disastrous fires of the t Thu season of 1903 and 1901 found +

'Jnst follow the crowi"- Mr. Plant ; new stocks of merchandise were between Avenue D and C. were held Miami News, our present morning new business center at Twelfth street I us'wanting In house and stores. R&-

found Miami ,and the crowd" led htrn.V ..i I procured, and the progress of making at $875 for SO-fL fronts, by 150 ft deep. dally enjoying a well merited success.It and ,Avenue D. resulting in the entire city values continued to rise and buyers

The crowd UU leads the way to Miami Miami again went onward. The Townlcy Bros, made some cautious was 1899 Jhat "Colored Town" hate of the Budge hardware, Lummu were active. Outside capital

4 the natural Southern gateway to''! The hotel Miami was the first to Investments, purchasing two 25ft was created and restricted there by cro<'ey and Cohen-Friedman dry good I grasped the situation anot. hi Invested' x

J West Indian commerce and tourist ) open its hospitable doors to the general lots opposite the Biscayne hotelat separating the colored people from the establishment with the entire content heavily. The year 1901 caused still

travel, the ultimate future possibilities public. Mr. S. Graham in charge. about 1300 each, and took In the white, and 'gave to them a town "to with hull'ltnrts! a total Ions of more l!![ further developments The Towns>o4i
I
of which are beyond the* ability of our The five-story stone edifice now being north west corner of Twelfth street themselves, a venture'tbat has provena than $100M With nnoaunt rouea.ce :i Building on Avenue D resulted In b eY

day to determine or penetrate. erected, to be known as Halcyon Han and Avenue C, at 11,000. Property success and a project now being entertained I the little band of loyal cltben bringing the business center back to.

,The conception that the Junction of Is in itself sufficient evidence of his about the old business center corner by other !Southern cities. I| fought on.t last the veil was lifted; Its old beginning about Fourteenth

the Miami river with pay Biscayne success; when completed it will be a of Avenue D anJ fourteenth' street at The tourist season of IS!!'! and 99 j In January, 1900. after a four months' street and Avenue T> Th. destruot'+

would be>> an ideal site for s city was palace of luxury, second to none and this time could not find ban at any was the trout I'rosl'f'rou"Usml: had I 'battle' with death and clisastor, uut'onr ; km "'Ih.. Watson biiildlog by sire la c

.4 due to the Judgment and foresight of from an architectural point of view price. us y't enjoyed So iiapn-swd vurej I were xcfin >p"n...' to the om- September, 19t!, only caused further '

3 the late Julia D. Tntt1e,*pouea lug. k* of its class, unsurpassed by that possessed Mr. Flagler. during 1X97, completed the returning tourist with Miami's Mile' world.But proof i>f Miami's buainesti confldenc- {

she did at that time all that tract of by any city of this great land. at his own expense the dredging of a' growth, and commercial < those returning had a Sad Union in her future Th> Iwantiful strncttirwHiiniHxintln c
1I'VCltI.m'nt.//
4 land at this Junction, and grasping: The summer of 1891 was occupied channel to the ocean, using as far as that they caused the title : N-forw i them axh Maps jnru> splendid ); the. ruins of the old amid ,

the possibilities ot-sojmany|, natural j I with the building of the new business possible the natural waterway via Ic City" to be crontc'red upon !It. j I f>
C advantages, this geographical location I center surrounding the corners of Avenue Cape Florida point, a distance of The spring of 11ol"! \\311:1n unusually places of rh> Ir customary Vn.1>.0

offered for a commercial center I D and Twelfth street. The Biscayne twelve milt'&. The steamer "City of active one for Miami. Work of biild- minhini fares of thoie they bid know n I days iif'rr the destruction: of ttm oM., rut tr
Mrll M. Flagler. : Hotel Key We t" was the first to be put In Ing and street making were acth.ely in the quint ,
,led her to approach was completed and occupied were 111..1.11111: "iiet.-ry. Realty slay as a result of these
Florida' great pathfinder, of progress, the southeast <'Ornerf Twelfth to commission Captain Bravo commanding taken tip. nn!> to t*. middenH lu'cr You would\ n.ilirr.lly' ask, snot din r new buildings, have been greatly adanro -

( to extend his line of r railroad to this St. and. Avenue D and opened to the plying between :Miami: ana rup'ed! due to an fiction of ths War j we do? t.Itcraiim! In i>wirio! w, na- :
r point for a town site, oue-balf of which'I public owned by Its present owner. Key West Fla., thereby another link Department. The Spanish War tx'In.; : il.tunlC'1 luIHT:}", :Ml.m'1 cDi--n! I site of the Townsend building and .
would to !tine inducement A. McDonald in the endless\ chain of progress was at that time the prime tonsltleratiou titration I: '
she donate u an Joseph being for the past |'I grasped ill" amt tooup tT-.o Btlch. bnildiiiR was sold by W. M. '4
r Mr. W. B. Briekcll. owner 'seven years leased to Mr. S. Graham. forged and Miami was opened to int. of our nation )Miami geographical location I i work r'r the mu and aprlIaml: I Brown for the stun of about $ fOtH>.

of the lands south_of the river. Join The movement of real estate in a wcrld of commerce by land and sea. was promptly recogr.UeJ; ant i i Miami n'urc prr.n101! more rat E!+ wh'le! the same plat today holds aa

ing with the same oflet of his possessions small way commenced about this The railroad and Terminal docks at an action of the War Department dispatching -j lilly than !'n-fort, Mr. Flagler prompt Improved value of about JtO.OOOQO. +.

resulted in Mr. | Fla era' acceptance time. Mr. W. M. Brown purchased this time were on the Miami river 8,000 troops to Miami with ly asked" ) for the bills for 4b*' ronslruc : The movement of business up Avram

1 the land at the northwest corner of where the railroad freight depot now out any previous notice, :Miami awukt j tion of t h" temporary hospital whkh: I> leaves no further. doubt but that

tai. The iron horse of [progress' then Thirteenth street and Avenue D, erectIng stands. one bright morning In June, 1899. to j I had l-ei'it io\iej! l by private fund that thoroughfare will lx the main rtcry -
"poshed Its way ,through the pine forests a substantial two-story' brick build This wa.s followed by the opening of realize her population bid ;town r-o ; The Mlini! Metropolis was the first i, of :Miami's commercial gravity

and tangled Jungle.' of, dotted ing. This building is now occupied traffic with Havana by the palatial S. 10.000 or more people. Miami's cit to print the i I.""'. uf UK oun disaster; i i, The Tuttle Estate and Flagler!; Interests I

;I hammocks, resting finally on its bed by the postomce. Also purchased about S. "Miami," built by Mr. Flagler for" Izens were alive '"> this ()occasion and i I out of the ashes rube the present j bate practically sold I their ('-

of steel rails on the bank of the this Ume the site of the present Ft. that purpose and put Into commission. arose promptly to meet It Acre of j splendid l structure F. T. Budge. J. I I Ii tire hol.llnis north nf the river. The

,Miami river in the liar part of !fay, Dallas National Bank Twelfth street la 1898. No populace of any city Impenetrable forests were cleared fl r j i E. I.uinmus followed whit a buildlnt, I; building of Avenue U and Twelfth xd

x. me.: I i and Avenue D. E. I Brady & Co.purchased could hAve evidenced more pride or company streets and soldiers' quarter j twice the dimensions of the one
The genial John Set'ell. our pro I| the southwest corner of appreciation than the coming; of this: The bustling teeming comm"rre | .}eil. The men.haots shouldtrcJ j jI i aide| | of the river into demand. Thfxtenshu t

cut mayor, reached 11 ami in )Mann Twelfth street and Avenue D, building splendid gem of the ocean bearing the brought about by this Increase of pop ] I itii ir louses and bought new and larg ]fmpm\Mnpnts by tb '

1(96. with a little band of laborers the two-story' structure they now occupy name of the city so dear to our hearts illation was convortt-1 rapidly to en- : t r stocks; capital soon sinnnle.1 giving i Urickell and J. If. Tatum ft Co. on ;,

s turning the first Shove or cut for th\ upon' it. Mr. F. T. Budge pur- and anticipations/ was a joyous richinc Miami citizens, but IV: ib : new and better tmlMings. tbt'i I tbft south stile of the river are sure to

new city March 1C. 1&6. in clearing chased th'e northeast corner of Twelfth hour, as, lined up on the Bay front after-at"\'Oulltlng! for. due to the unsanitary : pnigress of upbuilding aol making: of lit hug pn>ntal>le results MUuii now

5,. the site for the present palatial hotel street! and Avenue D, ereetlng thereof onr entire habitation watched her condition U-ft by the soldier Miami went rapidly on. .\ Board of' starts on, her summer rmprovennnts1vhuh

Royal Palm. It coincidence a good substantial two-story building graceful bow part the waters of the on their departure, infected our so.land Trade was organized to further Mij are larger thin ever before

that as mayor of Ita[ tie city rot : channel. making, her way to her future caused those conditions: to Toe ripe i j j ami's general interests The errors itnauie.l of. Five storr artment: #

which he turned [ shovel of establishment.I berth at the new terminal dock just that was to give Miami its most rever (I of our early basle were avoided and I j I I'Ulliling and a business block of 15d

dirt that he should push the nrst boa. chased the west half of the lot next completed on the Bay front at the foot trial and tell the resourceful talus rorrecte: feet. frontage a new boteL and a floe

rs through the new chancel from Miami to Mr. Budge, facing on Twelfth street of Sixth street her deep voiced blasts of her citizens. j i It was r11'hlll date, the spring I office building arc in the bands of

to the ocean. | erecting a two-story building in whichhe sent the ambitious pulse of Miami The dark days of Miami brogan !In i anti summer of I 1j\jI. tb:1tUaml's: architects. Cottages too numerous to

Prior to this date, the voting population started his grocery store. The Inhabitants to a higher determined decree September, 1899.! when typhoid fver real estate became active. Her citizens mention are in hand. Values contintK 'or

of the Miami riv district was Townley Bros moved up to the corner for the turthcrment of our opportunities was prevailing. The death of Mrs had Stood the test; her geographical to advance. The, sale of four lugs oa

r eleven people. | of Twelfth street and Avenue D, occupying as this addition link was Julia D. Tuttle September 11. cant a location had been recoguUv4. the north side of Twelfth street which

From ,this crude t Beginning, tell the room on the corner of the added to the chain, and Miami connected gloom over our entire community.fore t ; her progress brought outside recognition. only iris years ago sold for ISTiOO r

It ,miles beyond the gateway to the great Biscayne Hotel block. 'The Bank or by it with foreign commerce shadowing the dark future. I Northern capital invested, I "t'1'eOld last week to a Norlhera

Northern States, .Mlail destined to Bay Biscayne took up its new quarters and the intercourse of Interchange of In early October, a cattle boat coinIng realty values took an upward turn: capitalist! for $14,000a profit of abaci a

'be' a'city to take a' great part In this on Avenue D. In Brady & Co' bonding trade with the Pearl of the Antilleswas In this port from Cuba trough Miami citizens bought: all they could 1:.:<<'."00,00. and yet there Is no boom-

ja world's affair* a* a commercial metropolis ,- thit it now occupies. The telegraph ours. Maml and Havana were the dreaded germs of yellow feverIt carry; the season of 1904 and 1901 only that demands are met and provH4 rt

took Its begfamW: and express office were accommodated thereby united. was then that Miami w.. called upon placed values upward: Jots that sold for.

Doling April 1896everal small la the Biscayne Hotel It was In September, of 1898, that to fight the battle for supremacy on Twelfth street the year previousat Miami has a future that raaavt at

'y_ commercial enterprise found their block, on Avenue D; Mr. John Sewell Miami attracted nation recognition Did she win? Look at the Miami of $90. brought $:.500. lots on AvenueB this date be penetrated. Her climate 3''

way Into Miami. Mar 2. 1896. the opened a small gents' furnishing establishment and was visited by Senators Malloryand today and read your answer then that; sold for $400. brought $1.000. geographical and farming country are -

k; Bank of Bay Biscayne opened Its doors on the 12th street aide In Pasco and Representative Davisto We< will not go through those dar!. business property began to change yet to bft fully developed but she bear, *

tor bualnene, with W. 5J. TTiwn at Itahead. the Biscayne Hotel block, completing look Into the possibilities of deepwater days in detail; it will suffice to w hands; lots on Twelfth street that I| that -"1,. p-wlMc? := trade center tuti I

,Mar 15. the first newspaper the new business center. for Miami's harbor a report no obstacle presented itself that was bold at $875. In the business renter, :i does Chicago to ihu Central North;

tt proclaimed the new to"our people m- Mr. Henry M. Flagler was solicited made by U.cut. W. H. IL Benyard. not met or overcome. We burled l sold for $4,000. The progress of development -. <*an Francisco to the West; New Or- 1

dee the title of the lIepopoUs. which to and did build a two-story showing that something like $1.600,000 our dead and cared for our sick, provided continued. Additional lines of i.ao to the Central South or New

:exists today as Miami's leading paper. bnlldlng at the southwest corner of would be required. A delegation of for those in need; erected a hn< boats connecting Miami with Nassau York City to the Northern East; so

Issued ditty jj Avenue C and Twelfth street for store our citizens lost no opportunity In displaying pital) of four wards,"office, baths, and brought further commerce. The general dots Miami control the natural gateway ?F

4 At this time, Uiaml'r; progress was and office u_... an Inducement to Miami's advantages which resulted full working equipments In threw travel through our gateway con- to all Central :ifiienca_ NotlU-

rapid. It held its firs'( election that lead business up 12th street The post in Miami being favorably con
for the purpose of incorporating" the- omce was installed in 1L At this tImq sidered and our representatives being children's home. where children of I us short of store and residences. The I Island trade. No power other thaw

ee i municipality of !Miami on July 28. 1890T this block had much the appearance of put to work; on the projectIt those plaguo-stricken families coulo hotels could not accommodate our the acts of tied can bar her onward-

and 84S votes were teat, thus pro- : being on the edge of civilization and was during 1S98 and the early I be cared for skilled nurses were imported I' guests. The San Carlos Hotel was en progress to take her place among bra 5

''k tclaiming Miami city never having far remote from the then and prior part of 1899 that Miami experienced to are for the afflicted; noti- larged. The New Southern added a' Important cities of the work
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,,I GREATER DEVELOPMENTS rOLLOW. TO I j MORSE.MURFITT WEDDING. !iMANY TARPONCATCHES I Ij | HOUNDING A MAN

JOE JEFFER ON VETERAN N ACTOR .

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As great as has been the ilevuliiiiiiitut j Solemnized at the Residence of E. C. (ICopyrljht. by T. C McClursy I

of )Iian'! In the past aiovtinoninare i Dearborn, at Cocoanut Grove. MADE' After ten years' faithful service aa
15 r NOW STILLED IN DOTH j cashier in a department store in ParU

pending and their full frultou In I Gaston Le Roy had been found guilty

t asy sight that will lu Uid opinion of 1 'I: of pmbt'ul.>tul-nt. A sum of money
I I I In he prefc>nee of a I:irci* irutlu-rlnu amounting to about $200 was missing
i I ': thus who are watching the ell)"', ALTHOUGH WEATHER HAS BEEN
I and could hot be aninmtod for. Ila
I of personal friends and relatives, gur I II Iniunilcd 1 I
tired at His Palrn: Beach Home Sunday Evening at 6:15: O'clock I! prugress double Its population! and : UNFAVORABLE. CAPT. HINCK-j: protested his lnuocene-. :nI uo uttered ,if!
: 1> beautiful EL BRINGS '
I and appropriate
> ,'to the ..
I|i (cummer*. m J ke ammiut good front hut .n'
Surrounded by Loving Family and Attendants j docoiations and with happim'mt and PORT FROM THE LOWER COAST !j Inj.- but the polio- bad got I: '>l of the
; It would have been impossible for
t I I| refund
lUatt.IIn.1 to let It drop Thepullet
'
jU) ubuundtug In the hearts and mind : I
where his .
California engagements iiuini to have tauter than 1 of rrninmore than other
grown any Although the weather has been unfit >> au:
a failure Then he sailed for of each and all. George: William Mur- I)',I ', country bold that a i'erai who UE
l aud against for the
ill hoi under listing conditions during I tarpon fishing past
where he remained four fill and Anne Charlotte Morse, were i'E charge l with an offeUM- 4 I HfRMENT AT ;I |' the past twelve mouths as buildings several weeks a .number of these ;I Uw is ptilty. It I Ia not for the Uw tj :
I are pla> Ing in English rome.llelfItb united in the holy ponds of utatriuwnyi )II 1 have taken I t
been
.. ;r. "aiesc. guccchs. From Australia hate gone up one after another Thursday afternoon at 5 o'clock by i great game monster prove Will M>. but for him to prove his A 1iIIIOOf"t'IIC"e.
I 1 I ou he lower east and adjacent west :i They saM to the cashier .!;
Bull RDS I w l'Ut to England where he Diet Dion as rapidly aa men and material could ,| the Rev. Frederick' F. Panco. lII'as'tb..1 I I 1 "
.. ('> mast during Ibis time. This "You have had char; > of the funds $
S ITo i I .. who re-arral.ged and re- ..be had construct and best The word beautiful describes\ the I '
them
to. information brought to the city last in thin store. .\ stint of money U mhMUi :1
1 rote the play of Van Winkle and j scene" event and act, which culminated -
j Rip of all- 3louday by Capt. Albert Ilelnkcl who ;i ;;. anti you cannot accouut for It. It j
which Jefferson a love affair of lire or more therefore foiltMVH that PinbezzlixlIt
j made the success i years : has 'i you
been with
soon'as Motwrs. Von Hoff. Web- :f
I | his life. They are occupied as com ,' anti in which these two happy hearts : At any rule, you must prove la v 'A'
ber and Wllford of New
York aboard
Which Place t 1e Body r The play was first produced at the II I I pleted. wcr.f Uomied to KO as one through I the houseboat Rose court that you tIM not .
Marie and Lower :
>l hl Theatre, London in Septem- j I j This statement U not based on ]i i the Journey that fate decrees shall be t tI '! ;.Neitlier the proprietor<>I'I of the stop ;
Taken Monllav-.tn a I I i iI Metacnmbie: : nor tu oixh'er': friend lx-llevr him
I ISbo, and ran over 150 nights and !' I broken only b) the visitation of that y
holes speculation but the .
l i I dreams or Captain Hlrnkel can | up for the'' gi'llrj There was a slip somewhere,

it s Train "Furnished tty Mr, I English critics .were unanimous | m.iitire and liberate\ lgiueiit of I angel: called Dt-ath. The wedding: j purpose of bringing Sir .Wolford. who a mistake! ; sumo one had seized oppmtnulty .

ihoti praise of Jefferson's perform-:i b'aullful'ln all ot Us detalK was solcnmlzed !; returned home this to R.'jble! on to the notes but "]
i-i'Uaervalhe aud will trained business ] morning, and to
History arid Career of : (' and abilit)'. In 1t CG he re-au- I at the comfortable and) luiumodiiis ;'meet and take Mr. Cha.s. F Naetblng the jtolu-e; took hint away ant cdntrnded -

I (>d t-i New York and repeated his :ilI'UIIlo form their opluSocs! from the home of Mr. and Mrs 1-;. C that he mutt 'r.ive-that some .one
I h.1.pt'rt., back to the after
famous Exponen) of ;i / in Rip Van Winkle in alll of logical conditions growing out of our Dearborn al C'ocojiiut Cruvr. anJ which party guilty in order to) xcrure: Uu own liberty -
1 the entire month of :May will Tlie young man was ..ent to prt0:1 *. .10.
I ii cities of.the Union: playing nothing past growth I and present! prop.Thand uhiih fur many months la'i just has he spent In angling for these C>lb. Mr.I! for U y ear and Wit\ reputation ruined

-:-, for jears. After the death of his been homo, alike to the brute and the '' ( He dbl! l
promised improvement dud iii- NatthipK : rrlv -d last Tuesdav morn O\'f"'I'r. hot think lie) when hff f.t ,
i wife he was remarried In 1KG7! to groom. It was there that the truth met .<<<1. Strui{ In the ..onitcluukUtfiM
i .teseq.b Jeffersnu. th' veteran I creased business and CIDII.f"t'lal fa Ing. >
,I' Sarah Warren who now survives of a love began several! years ugo.ai- 1'1,10 thi of his IniKxviitf. be returned to Part
Present I'apt llIt'nkeIIlBYS.
Lid nor of 1orida's foremost : cil' lles. sumed aposltlve and definite nature : with the ietrriuinn'iou t -.U'gln anew I

'tU". a lingering Rineis. ot a i The and It there the seal i his party have caught three tarpon I j I The ..' i ,rm ouM! tt I..;"i- him back il
| In 1S77 he aaln"Ialled England and :uovtmeut inokli.fi to tlio ritla- : was mat ;
two of them last
-.Jt" anti falling health for I I Saturday night. He i bu i I' "' give h'.iu: n xmuteodatloo,
| Mr. Golightly "Lend Me Five nation of the .tl'ousauds of acres of of their future was Impretwedi .1.I : also! bat !
the :
I'' ; in ith* Must died Sun ay night at says Badger, under the sad b" so in K'vtirvJui|''nyment else
"' i For the Mr. and Mrs. Dearborn
e'f lock at hi* Palm Beach home. i SirHugh DeBrau in "Ai rich Everglade! lauds that lie nithln went guidance of Mr. M. R. Kellum. and 1 w herVithin a week the police sp-
i I gular Fix." In 1858 he revived "The assisted by several admiring peered and said to bin "
having aboard a party of Englishmen, iI j employer:
that wad l I
peacefn : a few miles of tbe city put
Death came ly, at the Arch Street Theatre j i friends of the contracting: parties, headed by Mr. Fox. arrived at Lower J You have a man In your employ ww

tug surrounded and ttended In and at the Union Square into formal icuon last week by the ,I j I spared no efforts in decorating the I Metacumbia Saturday from Shark riv-1|' could not prove bin innocence of a

bal moments by his'rife: tons New York, playing the char Hoard of Trf'.> pointing a commit house and making It beautiful in keepIng 'I. er on the West Coast and reported thert.' You must discharge him. If
ler B and Frank Jefferson I yon ,
or Bob Acre For le1'eralyearl tee of promlr.?Ttt lives' to, get up a and custom with such affairs. The having caught ten tarpon there. That ..Ttme.MI

il daughter Marion, was an :attendantL he baa played but small parts of strong petition to i resent fo' the Floe reception room and broad stairwaywere i.! night they succeeded in taking six I Young Le hey wa discttarged. ,

oice time past it seen and season.In made Into a bower of pink and thus'making'' I He the
into
ida East Cobhc ilailway Coiupany crk- more, sixteen in all that wandered out country
that the end was rapidly 1890 MrJefferon traveled through white oleander trailing with wild this party has landed. They will and secured employment on a farm

x aj d early last fall Mr. Jefferson United States with Win. J. Flor Ing It to undertake the worK ot :il Ii<. grape vine. The dining room was dec I at Uetacnmbla until Thursday remain I I|:' Tbe work wa hard and the fy poor

forced to cancel his theatrical gang a cao!! l> cue that portends great orated exquisitely with flowers and I 'but he waj living an honest life whew
that In the
appearing with actor ,
b or Friday of this week, when they will
ments and seek htaJ home at : good to -hu entire comuiunlly. It a police official appeared 'sad Instated
vines while the table were set with
"The Rival and other terminate their
trip and return to Mi
each, where it was hoped and means ebsa. carried to' a successful that be be Instantly discharged. 11.w.d .
During his career Mr. Jet roses and fern and lighted by tall amL I even threatened with arrest and

r ed the InTigoratlng ci climate ha amassed a fortune and has end wbtuh U un.loubtc.lly! will te, the I candles with pink and green shade, Capt. Jfainkel further report that I! pnnlMurnent for defying the law ti

,, store his health.Improvements. il large estate at New Iberria. La, and doubling of our agrlcu'tural popul.- !' and an Immense wedding bell hungsuspended the yacht via. with Mr. and Mr*. That was tile end. Tb. ex-eonvlrt I

werp noted bet large property holdings at West tlon and pro IUCH just as quick as over the seat occupied bitho George VanVleck., the beaded for Part with murder la his. '

VKC and that' decline wu'ch ," Beach. His acting was char lands can b j SL'Cur'dand farms opened : bride and groom during the banquet Shattuc. yawl yacht Buck..eGen.1: brt. In half an hour his mind bad "* 's
i
m. I been made to turn criminal bome ..
and
to do it. Follow ihU c- ndi'l.m into !-
:when 1D&D.ls nearing.hls earthly of following the
by ease manner and per ceremony. :\lr.>Jartlson and the
Ralph
,1 I <- a terror to the law. On reaching
and from whlcli there i the city with its Increased traffic! at 5 o'clock
111)1. o I of method. He was a clever Promptly the groom Worthing and party aboard were also !': the city fbe made for the haunts ot f

citpe", had selected hint.ss prey and. artist and had written his markets and tthlppln: ; operau"iis tied with his beat man, Mr. J. Hubbard at Metacumbia. but sailed a few !I rice, and Imtkte ef a month the pollr

teal: outcome was cn'ly' too Yale College In 1S92:! it is easy ..1J aiJ.o ;lie iuiiioiianu I Choatham, followed by Ming Dora Elizabeth days ago for the south probably to beard from him.

T... Immediate caorti of death -ed on him the.Harmony Decree of adding 'hi-: valuable alliV't lu the Dearborn as Ting \>(.onrer. and Jewfish Bush and Indian Key. They ,II 1* Roy wan I.e Roy no longer.. lie

r ever, I* attributed to tporai' M. A. land weal'h of the county with the lIsa Mary \VIIllam Wood, of Jacksoni I had caught no tarpon. i was Jariti. In two yean be comI -

d stomach troUble. ('Oirac-d:: i, I leut Wssib.adelay. i vllle, as maid of honor filed down I I raitted fifty robberim single handed.Tlteu .
; i ii !I Capt. Helnkel came up in the Zora, i he became the I leader of a bawl.
dulgine in fishing "II j tth his old : i I III The coiu'ciij" of Miami with the the broad stairway to the strain of'' |
AN IMMIGRATION COURT. used as a tender to the Rose Marie I'I i and murder was added to robbery. It -S
and s.aud .W (.x IVcsUpnt ocean bJ the f>: in... wi'nr.: ; ot Ie j lamengrin's wedding march played '
'I and brought three tarpon to be mounted wa* always the police who were the

C evelaad., on the Indian River II .. to Decide' Upon Admissionof hip canal means that within the near i by Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bush and I by Large the taxidermist. Two of > rletlm. In one year ten Purls polk-
two week future Miami will be the principal re- ''! men were stabbed to death. No one.u..1
sr ago. fj British Aliens. marched through an aisle of green to I'them are for the Badger party and the !
!I lay station between the markets of l an arch of white oleander where hung j jau 1 th.it Jnrlti wa tbe ex-
k The body was prepare! end : I I other for his party j i
it I the United States and the rapidly developing Immense white flowered ..(!tHlng I -ashler under another name, and no
brat North to BuT'!artls Bay. I It is not often. thai the immigration 1 II I> 'ne could account for this singular
,tus afternoon In MrlFlagler'o
r which wa sent t"> Palm Bach aliens in .Indian Islands one of the important j I Immediately following came the bride I II tertlre talent In tbe country was emdo 4

F tM esiH-clal purpos I ss1 will : not they or are determining qualified to whether land In I port cities of the South Atlantic Coast :(! leaning upon the arm of Mr. E. C. rWhere Life is a(' }vd to hunt the man down,. but hee.'spwt

3 the home and of : -' snare laid for him. Ani
and objective point every
tube a special train ;irlth all \ Dearborn who. gave her away the cerI I I
but the '
exigency arises occa i ast an a member of his band
e1 rtfibt of ..-a1.' Tin :.roaved .. many ships and seamen. i I, emony being ix-rformed under the bell I ISomenllle waril.
n be took another
I The extension of ho F. E. C. Rail- and being Impressive and beautiful. Mast. April 14. on recruit TheyI
,
,and he\"erallrif'1.1" t. il a .mpan1 -
Such happened Saturday when the I I :e to asdl'st In the robberies. but
l'C-3y on its Ion,: joinExpressisns .t')'. W'e11t'n| Hattie Darling came in from way to Key West. which Is practically'i'The i bride was gowned In whitelansdown. Miami Metropolis\ : I enclose my I j I the killing was reserved for his! own ''

a certainty n e. '-' i,hIlts fast connections trimmed with Irish point lacej check for a year's subscription\ to,, hand.
o Sy"+pathy.x" with
colored
: twenty or note:
with H. .+!'&, will wake Miami j j.i and pearl, with bridal tell of tulle. I jour bright llule papa to peruse the Jarltz ran a nrf'ot. four Il'11l"an.1 >>,
him F1a.lIril !1.
Beacpi, II. a large number of them wo
4 l- '.. an important I I' of J baa I
< Josetib
-Oy < rson subjects of Great Brlllan, and fifteen itolleeuien wa ball at hit door.
5' this r.I.r.n": the West Indies I[ quet of ro es.and orange blosnomn<'t1 t j note with great satisfaction the i
rmkalmed and will taken to ho desired to seek their fortunes in I[ The value of hU plunder for the same
and tirlt.g:; the section in much with white
broad satin rllilxiu. continued growth and prosperity
.' wioTllle tonight 1/1.J., eci& train, i I country. Sixteen of tbe number : rim.ae estimated at three-qu rterf
I closer find more prutitable relationship Mills Mary Wood, maid of honor; I j ji | of Miami and but for domestic af- a million dollars Then the man'slogic
plied byk JTagltr! ,: .route.to : not properly qualified to such
r. Bards 11. The fapUlr will with tlw mwroets; of the many prosper. I i I wax" lovely in a gown of while point diction I t-hould have, ere this. erecteda forced him to realize that the
;: ; and to determine
r1 the t I upon I II ous h oud embraced therein 1 I Ide I sprit over white silk and carried II III winter home on the lot at Avenue A end could ifot murk longer be delayed.Half : .
remains of he dlsn
a
r"y ,,I or not the shall be permittee j a hundred detective .
> This Important venture will do more were lookIng
a large bouquet of pink rose tie and Twelfth street purchased last
deed.r I' ; land. or be deported: back to Nu.. for him. and the reward offered
r i than this to promote the prosperity of with broad pink! satin ribbon and' rear during my nr..t visit to the "tiagis .
u..ii(' Expressions of sympathy ; an Immigration court of Inquiry for hit apprehension( footed up over t
Miami: It will require several years, Wearing A wreath of root-buds on her City" after a diligent search for xal.tsU: Some of bla band
List Board W Trade,|f which }lr. of Immigration Inspector j were certain
a I to complete the construction of this :: head. a location with an Ideal climate. The to betray tjm to secure this rewaril. -
r'Kon was honorary President, the j Collector of Customs Wood- I
amlf j road and the large pan of the million Mks Dora Tfc'arborn the ring bear-1 I lM'r..f'tual| sunshine together with the : When be bad made up hU mind

miiic fraternity appropriate .. i and rutted Slates CotnmlHSton-1 I' of dollars spent in payment forthe ;, t-r. wan exquisitely gowned In lI'bUe''' InUsoraling "m (,IIYD"" bree/eii seem that to tlo he distributed hi* property
lotions of respect and condolence Reilly. was, nswribled to inquire .imonic the hospitals under auotbvr
.' : I work will flow Into this market embroidered Fabian lawn and car-i i i to uplift and KtinmUte both soul and
ask 9te.i at a noon r mass !I II sat their financial standings, ability i j n.imr and took. a bouie In the hue Vint
I and find its way over our counters rl.-1 the.ring on a white satin cushion.Arraved bo-lr. prolong life and make it worth
the board of trad and citizens ram their own IIn).hood and inch nor.
and into the various commercial chan- around the room and the living It
wa a tumble down bout In ,
til-*, morning. 19 eornlitk'iig as the law requJrcn.! awrvtihed
y, Is of the city.establlshment. bridal party were the guests of the I \Vlih klu.tesi n-KKrils and all good street, and Jn+t where tint

irv I 1: After sitting Saturday and a portion' The of a modern ev
buzzards Bay, )1.1... April %1. this morning the court of Inquiry I t-treet railway system will not only Following! the ceremony coneratula-/ j F. ("ILRI.imWnT.. wns'a tint an,I ienil floor and en-

1IlS learned today at Crow's Nest i: that fourteen of 'he sixteen add to our business convenience and lions were, In order after wlilrh the Mr l>r<>uet I Iii the 'nlnh..t! man tn 1 trance t-onld tie bad to the actual story

heft of Joseph J. Ifenon, that j held for a special Inquiry, be transportation! comfort and speed but I''I bridal party and guests assembled out.I I' his cit*.. Inwhlch th'-re are uany.Vp by Ihe10.10"*Ray of a'. oecnnd On said rookery and J
I taking |HM ls.dy of the aged a tor would to enter and that the remlin will bring the different secllons'of tbe i(I 1 bide for a picture by Yon Mower, this (- '.|ling to an Item in the S-iriu\ lilt' ..f The place. Junta awed the stairs la

x ruulbt!: here direct from PatIO j two be deported back to city In much closer touch with each vent being followed by all repairing '!I J.Hirnnl. ihT anIH who pal'llasi >f'Br'' two and Prol.l..l them up In such a

r aid that atrangemt ts hid been I the,fourteen. admitted one aa"llu'l, other bring land now inaccessiblefur 10 the library and dining room whore:j' aliove |1 flop each as ell) taxes. Jtr.j : vruv that be conk! pall tbe prop *wjwltb 1'\

:; ft place the body a receiving I (
ru Boston until sue members of I ceremony ass performed this ue and Increase the value of every the tablet were appropriately ann have such men as this so ardently ernkhmg down Into the cellar whoever .
was on tbetu at the time .j
family a* are scattered over the I! piece of property in the city. lK-autifuIly. decorated with flower and i i, In love with Miami means much and must inset
I vrliL a terrible folk After a were he .
try and abroad;ca come to? : These are only some of the nio-t f.rna. On the bride's table were two I Ii ,the Metropolis sincerely hopes that sent a toy to give bias away to the

.,. re. !l Forget About Your Stomach. || Important improvements tbat are i I large cakeR. In white The gTtItJ I's circumstance will soon tic such as police. The lad claimed to have hud

', now actively working out the destiny rake camp from his grandmother In to make It !I."ihl for Mr Drouet to bit iHspidun aroibtttd and to ha,.
-' low i.b Jeffemonpictor|# wan : If your digestion is bad the vital | of Miami and that will make it a city 1 Syracuse N Y A tnowt elaborate
I'Ultadelphla.. Pa. jfebruary I 20, | of your body are not fed and of :20,000 people! within the next 1.:1 ; luncheon wax served l the bride and the benefits and beauties i>f our n-at mire that. It wa Jarlri hiding
sod wan a deRc tulent from as they should be. j i' there tie told the police of die anpruaib -
< They
e years groom: being stated under a white i li.tlm> breezes and rna nlllc"nt rlty
by the window, and at 3
;' r."IIt'ratitltls of actors. H& k weak and Invite disease. Kcxlol I wedding bell buns, from a ('anour I where life In Indeed! worth Ihln;;. ,i o'clock Iii the afternoon a detachment

or. the stage in boy hood In comic i; ) Cure digest what you eat. We wish they would stop PnK"\'e-- green and during the repast the best of forty men suddenly surrounded UM

c but received his thorough ; indigestion and all storflacb. | lags in the China Sea long enough '| 'tau. :Mr. Chcatham pulled the bell eil in S> MH'"las, N. Y. but has lived '', 1.1".....

training in the school of You forget yon have stora-i explain how a man with such an nu chord and down came a shower ot In MlinJ or rather at Cocoanut Gru\c. Ten of them rusted Into the neighbor

He polned a theatrical. iJ I .h from the very day you begin takI I I I pronounceable! name'as Enqulst happened | rite! over the happy couple and manyof I with his nnrUR.. C. Dearborn for ing house to force the entrance' Jiritt ,

Texas in 1846. at he bt>!beginning I| It. This Is because it gets a rest j jrecuperates : to get command of a RusMan their guest : tOme time, and up to a few weeks i', met them and knot two and then retreated -
[: with word of
w Mexican war, an<| two days and gradually grow so j!I fleet' It should at least have been After this the evening: was made ,(i ago was an attache of his once but :, eight men rutbed him defiance.back !to Tb tile

Matamoras was taken by the and healthy that It troubles I i the like. pleasant musical I '
ap you GnquUtvltcb or by and vocal selec- now holds a renpotifclble position with italnt and down It to the landing

Htate troop he|played in the more. E. L. Bobcock. Amherst, i iI lions by Mr. and, Mr Franklin Coleman I j R. \V Rhixles. the merchant. : Then he stopped to burl further d.

Spanish! fort at that place In ., rays: "1 have taken a great 1 I About Rheumatism. Bush Miss Wood and Miss Min- j Among those present were- !,| lIaart' at them sal when they crowded

appeared at i:bhalfran's !\ & ) remedies' for indigestion but I There are few diseases that IB diet nip McFarlane. the party then dlsHTHing :Mr ant Mrs Franklin Coleman down upon him the prop was palled

TiMatre. New Yo) In 1856 Mr. 1! found nothing equal to Kodol more torture than rheumatism and :> and Mr. and Mrs. Murfltt beIng I Bush. Mr and Mrs. Richard Carne,.. away, and the eight fell into the cellar.

ft rson was married to Miss |! >ps1a Cure." Kodol digest what I I there is probably no disease for which driven to the home of CoL and J Mr: and Mrs. FrisM-11. )Ir. and Mr*. Two injured were killed and the mt badly

a Ixjckyer an English actress. 00 eat, cure Indigestion, dyspepsia! i i "rh a acted and useless lot of reme- j Mr noyd In the city wnere" they will J C. H. Bradley! Mr. and Mrs J" C.r.I -I ant Gaston Le Roy the ex-rahl

words he drifted About for stomach; belching, heartburn and have been suggested.' To say that have apartments. The wedding presents I nathy. Mr and Mrs. G. L. lat'<1unaM. and ex-coovlctr railed Julia after

'years playing Inline chief stomach trouble It* preparation it c-.i 'I". fired |... therefore a bold : were costly and numerous many Mrs. Emma J. Swanson, Mr*. W. WCnlbertson. them, and then be put the moasl of

the Southern State* and for a the result of many yean of research -itatement to UIIKO, tint Chamberlains, :( of them coming from afar and being Mr*. William P fptaen- bin revolver to his bead and palled Ole

tine In Philadelphia and by Bl carne Drug Co. i "l\-:01'1 Balm nlikh: enjoys aa extensive '': uf much value. !bury MM. S. V. Carpenter Mr. Alice! trl"
IB 1857 at Laura JKecne ''! I a.Ie Laf met nLh great success In the The bride Is a daughter of Mr. and Rush Muses Flora an.Minnie: <. Mac- were a few newspaper* t II
Pranre that dug down and
New York, he appeared with J Jcucceas The Wisconsin Legislature has pass :I tr arm, rt vf olds di%3SE'. One appll- Mrc. George W. Morse prominent, pee Farlane. of Rocky Hill. X. J. Ml<* real truth of the tragedy and got laid at the ItI

as Dr. Pareglo In 1 and Gov. LaFolIette has signed a i. caiiuu ..( Pa.ii Blra will relIeve the I pie of Syracuse, K. Y., and came here Mary Wllllato Wood. Jackonvllle.MiM{ I before their ft'adbot th* Boat fit

fa.." i:| j 1 which prohibit under severe pen pain, and hnxilroris of saltera have I| Ian fall to spend lh. winter. She Grace Carpenter Mix Julia Culbert- diem r.r.rred' to Julia a* a bnmaa

b the same year he ...... I tle", the sale of any kind of cigar teoUfled to permanent cures by It* i"i a woman of lovely character and MWI. :Meur J. Hnbhard Cheatham. brat and rejoiced Chat b* ww* eer tb*

ptttatioa as a:[great com te. In that state after July L The use. Why suffer when Pain Balm affr i accomplishments, and is a valued addltlon Harry Handle Culbertcm. Win. Pope. face of the earth. f9s wu jest what y

hls perfarmanee of Aaa I -
1- -Oar American ouaIn." The I by various dealer who profess to trifle! For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy 'I The groom I* a young man well andi clergyman,, e'Puco., uf the Made4,..tII&. MM ddvM to erlmlaal X. QUAD.doe

t. ran 149 nights.- l| ISCO Jefferson l'. 1aw-abiding citizens.\ ;nd aR nicdlrine! dealer i favorably known. lie formerly redd- Methodist Episcopal church I 1 _

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I, GOVERNORS MESSAGE AND PRIMARY 1111 Ily extension on Section Itself 5.-at Nobody least opposes those who the I j'SON RAilROAD I for breakwater the purpose and the of necessary constructing drawbridges a I My' Cynical FriendOrtdnaLl


are at heart against it lack the coon- with the usual protective p'l- u

1 I age to say so. Ing.i

11 PROMISES DISCUSSED BY "lOBBYIST" parliamen-tary EXTENSION Bill The Objections RaIsed. 1Ji1K'Ir.I4',. my[
I cue of tho follows who
I To all this It I* objected l.y n f. w e cut every

i : i he eMire line, extension and all shall ,, select fcplrlt her.that Ihs! f 'atiirt- r/j; question to the quick. One of his fa.I +

: 1 le allowed to earn 5 per cent upon' bill would be equivalent to rentot' I I v"rite hair splitting points was the
; Its bonded Indebtedness and establish !' I'h"Ins;; the Kant Coast Railway from the i I war of npontaneoDn. goat He grantedtarrr

What Chief Said Then and What His Message to Legis a 3 per cent sinking fund, after which I III t jurisdiction of the Kallroail I'ouimlH I are good people" In the world hot +'
fllecutlige
time the passenger and trade rates |{ The Tallahassee corr'!tp'jndent of I KIIin. This jpctliin indicates the ,, niaintnlnoil that they are rood beoan

: : lature Asked and Recommended, Told in Part II may If deemed advisable, be reduced.All lie Florida Sun thus bums up the situation hararter of the source from hlch a II U heir interest to be goat

this is theground II 1, I did not meet IIlnckk>y for M>vera1 '
I objected to upon connected with the granting of l'roc..ls. It 1 U simply desired that the {
I : neon after our leaving college. art ar
I that it would virtually take
: I 1111., railroad extension bill to KeyWest, enormous toot of bn.ldlng a few mile then '
j' of the 1 curiously enough. It was at a
Special Correnpond' I I the East Coast system out hanJ.1 lit
the eitentdon ihall be
. Commission. i aMil and Hilly opposition to which. not made rboi ;I iM.etiiuof; tie Salvation Arm)-.
I of the Railroad
:JT Tallahassee. April at. A* ctvey- procedure. The owners of the abut- ,': be answered !Is arineu in some quarttraIf : toasts of the tax asimnieni for the en Why Ilinckley/: I exclaimed. 'who

/ campaign j tins prn;..ray uenefitted by the pive- :' Jectlon may by saying then is one measure than ore line, which wilt be held In thehands I' ever would have thought! to cnn, across DTI
: body knows Governor !"O\\ar. that the United; States Supreme Court I more I
I of the commission whenever It
I meiit :ir< assessed their pro rata share | you In a |.lnc* like thUt Surely yo.
in the last prii isry V.U8 mae in rendering a decision in the famous .mother in which the people: of this
:1 I I while me owners of such lots as may j jt ,, shall succeed in earning ta ; 5 per I worst have got rid of your cynlcUra.If .

largely on the lang grant Issue, and indemalfled. Nebraska case, has already\ laid down i State are interested without refer- nnl upon tin bonded Indebtednesij.and! you don't And dlolnterettetl guod .
: injured thereby are duly 1
I >e (I
the that railroad must be j
considerable comment has, been arouse I! principle a ncc to locality ra....,. ctilor or pre\l- I at which time the rates might, J.tstay I among these i eople l you'll not lad It
allowed to earn Its fixed charges and
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ed by his failure to t ke this subject "'tI condition of servitude, tf I i' be ext IK lowered l l. If u>en'ed advisable n1\\'h..I'P.- ';

his admirable to the r Tallahassee, Fla., Apni 23.; The I II a reasonable Interest upon Its invest I j i Hut Home of tht self-constitute: "Not at sit" MlutUiey repluM. 'TliM*
In uessage
up mend This is all the East Caost Co. ,nylon i of the line of the; East Coast1 have .
people a living( to make the
Legislature. I I magnitude of Governor Bro..ard..1. 'ritks while desiring their entealllingaess i same
I asks in this Instance. In other words.It Hallway from the rt.alnl.inl to Key to extension lirlf avyou and 1. Thin U their way of doing t
I I drainage/: proposition may be InferredI & give the .
,: This coaimenuhowe erjs altogether U simply desired that the Rallroas I It"'Int .
1 I I from the fact that something lilc I V.'cxt. proposotl by H. M. FUgler at all th- latltul" possible, contend .
4 superfluous and the r ..ysterlous omission 1 ,| Commission of this State shall do In what ttlujH you !.ere!" oj
I i :3ioOOut: acres of land are involved; his own eiM'nse, anti cordially in- thai these concession' boul! nit l-e Wait awhile I'll
like most myst rats, may very the beginning what the courts will\ and show )011.-
i): and the importance of the bill, whose ; ;I' ,dorM-d \b\ wcllniKh the entire Sta'o j extended' to the main line. i I ITdllnit out his watch If glanced at'tt
be explained. force It to do in the long run. ?
readily I I I scope and character hate Just been in- ; A bill covering that proposition| was I As the extension will neceshariUl.f and drew oie to will where we couldmni.ne
II What will be the fate of the
I I' dicated, is due to the fact that it is ever introduceil in the S;<-nitr b> Dr ('rill an inttirral part of the line, and In a low tone without belugv .
Governor Drownr | the first practical proposition ever I i of Putnam early In the session, seal! must sink, or swim with it. the fallacy organizedshoe
: failed handle this tjuesllon In hismPjooj8je'for I much to be hoped that the Key Wes : +:' be went on. "tbf'otf' Salvmiotvie
to '1 made to reclaim the Everglades upon i while tbm lueHgnnIn reality in>ove) i of this anriiiuent need hardly be en-1, .
line 111be\ constructed and State : sate Ibe brut. till the last There' yh
that the our
; the slag reason I a basis that shall be equitable to all\ j jtonternej. the Slate in nothing! It la today nn !larged 1 upon. W'liou' the Main line, |I a l.-i-Mle to appear| | lu a few minute I
been j made the channel through which shallbe
1ias effectually
mat leI" already so And whatever else the ] open secret on these streets that a the Key West evl"n!a would be nimbly I want yuu to sir"

bandied by the courts as to practically Governor may do or leave undone, we poured the enormous traffic destined little bunch of self oontiiute.l patrl a link wrhoul a cbaiu Without ;|', rrwntly Cmrtaln Ida Sherwood ,

close the issue f j'may rest assured that should he succeed I to arise from the development of eta and guardian> of the "dear peo the exttn'lon the tunn line of hls cam upuu the uuforui and began to

in adding this vast body of arable Cuba and South America. Were Key pI,," are doing: all in their power to ,' railway must continue to be no p.ore I "l>pak. It seemed to me that If I had
j West thus linked by bands of steel to II not wen her-bad only listened to bee
The entire controversy over these I I land to thf' rf'sources of the State, the "kIockthe Crlll bill and to make the i thana chain minus its most important \01.1
the mainland, our State would becomethe I would have been convinced *f
State lands hinges upon the right of name of Napoleon B. Broward will cast coast extension the rankest sort I link. her love for her work nut that he T.enly .
toll gate of the West Indies and '
the Legislature to grant them to railroad shine with a lustre peculiarly Its own I of an irnposslblliirVnder Th p Right of Way Ob,ection. face contracting with the poke b
South America-the narrow channel
or other corporations. That no in Florida' galaxy of Governor. clrcnmstaLfs such as th>sea Another point raised against the bonnet which surrounded Ill her expression
through which all this mighty streamof
such right exists is clearly shown by A Notable Feature. resume of the situation seems In proposition that the 200-foot cor.ov- and her accounts of her work, k
commerce must and tribute la rescuing the
the fact that these very swamp and Another notable feature of the gubernatorial pass PAy order, that the plain people who are slop asked on each title: of the ellen lost-It seemed to me 4
to our people. This Is the position that the Ravlonr In woman's form had
overflowed" lands were long ago deeded message will, in all probability footing the bills for this little legislative sion Is too great by far. It la diif&cult come back to earth.
that the city of New Tork occupies
by the State to theJTrnstees of the be taken up by the Legislature performance, may know Just what to see how a breakwater of raf- "I am glad" I whispered to H lockley -
In reference to the transAtlantic -
Internal lmprovementi! Fund. Having this week, though possibly not In Just they are getting for their money and flclent width to protect the roadbed I "that you have found one who to
commerce of the world. It Is this }
tested the title to these lands In the the manner Intended.I from whom they are getting It. from the open ""I&lla to be count meted capable breaking down that BI*>
that has made New York rich and
trustees of that fund the State can no refer to the State Insurance bin, What the Proposition Really I*. In less .space, to aay nothing cf the I anthropy of yours? rJ
powerful, and the people of Florida i : -She hasn't broken down what
more convey them to another than a which was drawn up and completedlast In the first place, men. what U it almost continuous series of drawbridges yj
should lose no time In urging upon rail my misanthropy' replied, "bat
private individual can sell his neighbor week and which I* so full and that Mr. Flagie- propose to do, and and their necessary abutt- she t* capable of
breaking heart.
the Legislature the vital necessity of my tb
a house and lot one year, and then proceed comprehensive, so direct lucid ano what Is It this hill asks the State to menu and "dolphin- that will be re When the meeting broke up w. wt
doing all In Its power to
to sell jt over again next year. logical, that an expert In these little encourage doT Both question* are easily answer qulred. The value of this objectionmay off for a little supper together and 1
Henry M.Flagler In the consummationof
The trustees of the Internal Improvement parliamentary matter was recently ed. readily be tittered from the fact nmckley told me that Captain Ida

Fund,.' have the title, and heard to finish his perusal of the a plan that will do more to promote Mr. Flagler propoces to build 1W; that the right of way asked U entirely Sherwood would soon haft aa opp> ii
the welfare of the State than all tnnltj to show>> her preference for be
they alone, therefore fan give a clear measure with the enthusiastic exclamation mile of railroad semen the open sea- under water, and that the state doe
wort to him he
other causes combined. for Intended to propone .J
,and unclouded title. !The Legislature : "It Is a perfect poem of a Hon. C. M. Brown, representing the way from the maiulan of Florida tc not own an acre of ground upon anyone to take her to a comfortable bono rs

may recommend-the(legislature may bill!" the island of Key West Seven mile of the key the extension is to and make a good wife and mother .(
Twentieth Senatorial }
District In the
"grant" but It can.never by book The subject Involved I* so Intricatethe of this extension will It la I esUmal:, cross. her. s"
State Senate, and who came down
or crook convey buds the title to Issue at stake are so far-reach cost $3,500,000! to build, and the entire Source of ThtM Objection. "Bnt nppo e." f iakl. "*he decline
Sunday on a flying visit to his I
which has already beet vested In another ing and momentous-that the bill. Instead family 1 I expenditure Involved may safely be From what quarter. It may be asked to marry you unless permitted to fu-
here returned yesterday to Tallahassee. low the lift she baa chosen '
direction |! of attempting to deal with the put down at enough/: to justify the do these objections come? Do they
Mr. Drown'f'.Jpl'fl8lled: himself : "She wont do that" he replied. "8bl .'
s This, divested of legal technicalities. question which shall formulate some as well pleased with the procedure of 'State In assessing the property at :1 come from the people-from the press l lures me." .

.i_ the view taken of this question by practical plan of action and report to the Investigation of the contest for J7,000 a mile. This valuation, with a -from the business men of: the community The next time I saw Hnkley! b. C'

Governor Broward during the campaign the Legislature. It Is, of course.prob- state tax 6f 4 mills and a county tax ? was bitter agaliut th* Salvationists "
his neat by Dr. Baskln. and said that t
that ihia nominationat able that this report will be accompanied of 13 1-:, would yield a heavy state Far from It. They come directly i i "The whops thing I* JtraodV be nald.There .

the bands of the) people.! This by a full.fledged bill, committing he believes there will be no troubleIn revenue and as the proposition involves | from a delect little coterie of politicians I ii. but one among them who to
I holding his leaf not all '"
making
they ran out of It *hi"Captain
view has now been sustained by our I! the sovereign: State of Florida tc t the expenditure of prohably115o0d,000 some of whom hold office; most 1s ..Iu. rt'." ; i

State courts in two notable Instances.The 1 the business dealing In life Insurance, DYE VS. SPENCER. I :; of which at least one-ha'f of whom hold "opinions;" and all of ida bf'l'wonalr

first of these decisions was rcn- j and setting forth In full the mode ot will be spent in the state for men and whom are "8 tln the government" i "IeL"s'

titiered by Judge Malone in what is I procedure to be adopted. Interesting Land Suit Now Before the material, the direct pecuniary benetK These men seek to confuse the real "Why do you except her" y3,

known as "the East Coast case" and :! Another View. United States Court I,,10 be derived by the public from Mr I l Issue Involved In the proposltlon.attd Ito | "Bemuse she love me a* love her.

blob. .involves no leas than 2.010,000 i I It Is. however. generally understood Flagler's latest proposition may readIly create an antagonism that may finally !'; and she won't leave her work becacs
-1, ,she love It halter than either BM
rhepMlf.
.cr.:.. The second declaton, rendered i I that Governor Broward's original Intention The following, from the JacksonvilleSun be seen. force Mr. Flakier to abardon a i ."

:\>r Judge: Wall in Arcadia, was upon a i was simply to bring about the will be read with Interest here But the Indirect and ultimate benefits plan that promise, so much for the --n'm.- replied musingly, -Wett.

;, question of validity raised between adeed j creation of a commission to report, not and at Palm Beach especially, where to be derived bj the people of 'ople-and so little for some nt the I havlnc found one sincere person

. to certain lands. nade In 1884 by upon the way and means of reducing the parties and properties concernedare >> Florida from thl (xienk.j hirh politician among them perhaps In time yon will ,,

the Tnisteewrf! the Internal Improve- J the State Insurance Idea from theory located.In has very properly born acrlbod by j I I find otlier lint If yea love her and
,: wish to pog**** her why don't you per.mlt
bent Fund and a "grinf or contract to practice but upon Its feasibility as the United States
j Court today TO FURNISHINGS
grafteat BUY her to go on with her work afterP
nude by the Legislature; Is 187? u> a business proposition. It is not, however the case of Harlan P. Dye vs. Melt tIle ,I j I I' marriage?"
"
c another party l\j\1 known whether or not any bill E. Spencer, an action in ejectment, :i i .be sought In another direction. i iI j For, Halcyon Hall Hotel Proprietor "Nhf' My that a marriage between

In each of these Instances the right : along these lines Is to be Introduced; came up for triaL The plaintiff Isj I I The completion of this extension Graham Goes North I a SalTtloDJt and one abxarbisl; la get

I ot the trustees to hold and to deed I and. In fact, it seems Idle to speculate represented by Bisbee & Bedell, and will not only make Key West virtually ,,( j! tin? rii-b would tie no marriage at all" ;i

these lands.was affirmed.I In each the upon the feasibility of this proposition the defendant is represented by C. c'l a part and parcel of th mainland I Mr. Salem Graham proprietor of the .I met Hlnekley on tM street not long
after thin and I scarcely knew him.He .
right of the I since England has for many years of Florida; It will make that city the
., 1/egblatRre to convey Chilllngworlh.ofWest Palm Beach new Halcyon Hall Hotel, now nearing was walking abstractedly, with his >

'lands to which the State had no title j 1 made what the Irrererentronld call i X W. Corkrell and Son of Jackson I nearest available pclnt to the Pantmji completion, has gone north to New eyes staring vacantly before1 him. and ar

( was denied. The entire question having -red-hot specialty" of selling life i ville. J i Canal It will put the entire orate In-1| York. Chicago and other leading mar- I did not see me till I tapped him. on the l

L- thus been eettled, and in favor jof ,' annuities favorite form of Investment I The greater part of the morning : to so close touch with the Isthmus leers. to purchase the furniture and "haalder."ltby ,

the people, at that. Governor Broward In the Old Country, and one was taken up by R. B. Dur{Mehl. a I' with Cuba. Porto Rico and the entire other equipments for his house which I UlndI, )""." I exclaimed, 4"wbnt's

probably thought. it useless to devote :I based upon the same "mortuary tab- civil engineer, who was mot thoroughly I, West Indies and Central America will bare been completed and In servI I happened t t
"NotbUig
valuable space to an tissue no longer i i"alh'e i ..." that form the cornerstone of the examined and crossexaminedby I that all the! coratwrce and wealth ft | !ice' next season. "Xothmgr

: ," when so many important Issues !I entire fabric of our modern system the attorneys. !i those sections which are s'l!! qnll If-1.| The purchasing of this furniture J Ji "Jim. I'm wearing out" be id. his S'h

J still .remained open. | of life insurance. Recent revelations The suit has arisen over the dispute i I 'Iopl'd'Ill be poured through Plot i means a MS task as much of It will I I rew.fve suddenly, breaking down."Btwlws .
I
II In New York life insurance circles i Ida- through the channel provideI I,I matters
of line be
I a boundary between the have to made and designed to order. ;

The II have done much to modify public sentiment land of Harlan P. Dye and M'h-Ille' for by the proposal extension, ....I'h !I Throe or four weeks will be consumed ': -X.. rut getting ri'h. Everything ttouch
Bill.
Drainage I in this turns to gold! Il'pln the heart?
while
Some been direction and E. Spencer The latter resides at 'he inevitable\ roMilt that the entire !!| In the letting of It and the outlay : TIP Stlvntli.n: laswieyYe
surprise has expressed oy the State Insurance innovation I
I I willInevitably Palm Beach all the year and has. according :tate will receive an imaetus nh an will be between $15,000 and llS.OOO.the 'II .. "
those on the outside that no mention'v
I
wth
meet opposition both
: 1 to the complainant, taken possession it has never before knoTn Pgures! Ilia believed reaching close to ]I "("an't you strike a compromiser

was made by.-Governor Brow- ln< and out of the Legislature, more of some of the property Owned I 1 The Toll Gate of the West Indies. the latter amountDR. ".t woman l',.+n't know what tH t

aid In his message to'the Legislature than one Tallahassee expert has already word means."
or claimed by the complainant To The great city of New York owns
of the proposition! to reclaim the Everglades been beard to sum up the situation t., ''( n'.. I help your 1FIle
I get Mr. Spencer off his alleged property I II its preMlge! %n'l power entirely to tbij JACKSON HONORED.
which, like tie land grant by saying, "If that State insurance I shook his bend mournfully brokesway
is the i fact that It is the recoimizel I
I real nature ol the suit, and KDIUWIYto : from roe and went on.
question formed I
so feature
portent a bill once gets started, '
of his : no poweion It Is one Into which numerous maps all Am'rkaIbe narrow charnilj i Made President of Florida Medical Association One illcht I parsed the Salvation Army
platform. 1
r' earth can stop It" I
: government and, private survey and j i through which the cjmraca of the for Ensuing Year. headquarters and seeing a great
This surprise, however, is not shared The Feature I'
of the Week.
technical expressions enter. Old \Vcrld is rouredtt<1 he tvwpleiron At the meeting! of the State Medical crowd entering, went In with tile
bjr those on the "in4e" for the excellent The chief had
feature
of the week just throng I no sooner entered than
The property is located two miles ; of the East Cat extension' ; mitt Society which has been! In session In
reason that they have known closed has of course been the East I saw there on the stage the raptain -
north of the Hotel Royal Polnclana at put Florida In a position ,o l.w tribute Jacksonville last week Dr. J. M. Jack- '
for some time that the Governor intended Coast Key West extension bill, which and beside hr tn a Banting red
:, to make this Palm Beach and Is amongst the highest and take toll on 'b': rajiM'j-; : ex- yon, Jr., of Miami, was Thursday t>1'Ct.1 shirt stood my old friend Hlnekley, I
Jdralnage proposition as eterjbody now knows passed Its
the valued real estate In the State.i pandlns: commrrcc of thr gait ftrdI td president of the organization for was rubbing nir eyes in make sure thatIt M
subject of a jspeclal message second reading In
the Senate
by a majority Mr. Dye resides In South Dakota and I! umlevelotied empire '!lal h.s' to the the ensuing year. The other officers was be when a salvation officer advanced -

to the Legislature. This Important of one last Thursday afternoon. spends his Inters In Cuba and In'I! south of the State. I' ( bosen wereFirst rice-president. J.F.31cKinstry and announced that Recruit w

State document will, in all probability, The: friends of the measure seem confident Henry Hlnekley awl Captain Ida Slue
The establishment
Ine\'italol.
Florida. of new \ Jr.
-er i Gainesville; second
be sent In before these lines are pub- that It will pass the Senate Ok I 1I'0ot.oultJ! solemnize the bond of
Civil Engineer J. O. i steamship lines betwcet Key West J. 11.
Fries. 'tin. ) vice-president. Palmer Tallahassee
I lished.and a bin dealing with the same the third reading, but admit that they matrlmouy. I waited for the service to

subject will also be placed before bothIi have f.ght before them In the House.It enable man. followed Mr. Hurchfield. i and Cuba, and the other WeItdUn I third vice-president. J. II.Dur I 1 be over then IKt an quickly a* powlbl

Houses of the Legislature this He said he was CC years of age bad i islands between Pat-amu and other! kee, Jacksonville, re-elected. I I did not care f> meet Hlnekley or to

week !i iIn I early seems a pity that. Mr. Flagler'sstupendous been In Florida thirty-four years; was I{i Central American point means the I The place for the next annual meet- have him know that 1 had witnessed

this menage II'' proposition the dream deputy United States surveyor for the I| development of a troll'c for this state log was then voted on. Jacksonville, bin. humiliation.
v. special Governor and glory of his old age-should have When I raw Hlnekley again theft
State of Florida since 1898. Mr. FriesIs shove volume and value it would, tie Tallahassee and Gainesville were nom-
.t. Broward will take up this Important ever become the subject of any such 1 wax a great change In him. He had become
.a graduate of the Polytechnic institute difficult to estimate nated and Gainesville was decided
subject In detail and present his view legislative up one of the principal commanders
controversy. It I j
hoped
I' with his usual force dyad clearness: that the State still bad In was U soma W Stockholm, Sweden. For I The Features of the Bill on. The next meeting will be h..ld on I in the S31.tlollrio,. and wa wholly

The bill In years he was county surveyor of i The question naturally nrl... > the third Wednesday In April 13/IG. "ngrn*-*e question which
has already lent
1;, been drawn Is'ientltled' public spirit to meet Mr. Flagler Orange county and Is now In his ninth What In return for all thin Kx'" the j I at bit office In the headquarter buildIng }'
"An Act half way on this proposition and to and Instead of humiliated
for the Organization of years service as county surveyor for promoter of this stupe-u'uiiF' enter Steamship Schedule Change. I looking
Drainage Distracts lend him every assistance In Its he looked triumphant He Instated oaIDV
! power. Brevard county. !i-prise ask of the State that U *o be j jI Becoming effective from Miami. with I
, and to Place Such Districts In Such, however Is unfortunately ; going borne with him to dinner, 3
no* Witness stated that In i I benefittcd by It? I sailings Saturday 29th the P & 0 Ss.
Charge of the Board] of Internal Improvements the case, and our people are August 1903 : where I found hie wife much occupied

, ," These lands are to be assessed to be treated to the humiliating evidently he located for complainant the boundary Simply this: That the road stall not I schedules between Miami. Key West by their Brut child who was by no 1

t: for the benefits to be derived of a great public benefactor spectacle line between lots 2 and 3'in section l>e subjected y a tax greaser Ohm the and Havana 11'11be as follow. : mean neglected: for the good of uttering

f from the drainage rebuffed 10 of township 43 in the county I average tax Imposed upon the ail-1 I Leave Miami Wednesday's and Saturdays humanity y
1)"Item.rh11ethe at the very moment he was There. Jim.said la the
of such lands' preparing being the dividing line of the propertynow J I road of the State and shall! tv al'.o-: at 11:30: p. m.; arrive Havana Hlnekley.
owner :'as may be injured to crown Jab life work In Florida I j' woman who broke down my system of
the under dispute and which as given .ed to earn :S per cent upon Its tot. led Fridays and Mondays at 6 a. m. Returning !
by Improvement are to be Indemnified. by a proposition that the Baltimore 1 philosophy. By proving to m* that -
I by him varied but a few inches:! Indebtedness and establish a .: pier leave Havana Friday and I'j wa something to Ion beyond ourselves y
American baa described t
"the
as
The principle which this Important from the government survey. cent sinking fund. And that certainwaterway i Mondays at II noon. and arrive Miami she changed me from a moneymaker
upon greatest engineering! teat of the ,
t' Mil Is based tt,.la short, Identical The age. rights be granted between 'Saturdays and Tuesdays at 1 p. m. I to one who delight to buIld np

with that Opposition. With only ten new ones a year, the the mainland and Key Went She Criilb The Miami.Nassau line will be ':1- that which Is far nobler than fort"b"mIllD "

upon. "which a' municipality The opposition to tills bin seems to Fifth Avenue baby doesn't suffer much being*."
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conducts. I stipulates that the extension shall J continued for the summer after the
a street paving 1m- have concentrated Itself almost entire from l I' W. LXBOT WI3F
N competition. have 200 feet on each side cf tie line I first of the month.

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1 [ ( A AMENDMENTS S HIDE E BY'H;! A PHENOMENONIN ;I,'I \ Nihilist-- -Infatuation- i DUEL TO DEATHIN A SEA RHAPSODY


Why it should be
(orlclnal no I cannot tell. but
BAHAMAS'
THE I an a globe trotter TEXAS TOWN today as I sat on tbe ranihhackle nil

THE G COMMITTEE OF CITY COUNCIL I One day ul.cn I was tramping: .in pier from whichboats run to and fro "

I Switzerland I met a yuuug fellow 1.0 to France and the big world of Europe ti

i asked if I could dimt him to Inter It did not seem to me that I looked
t
I'' taken I replied that I wan going theM I I upon the channel only

t I j I HAIL REPORTED TO HAVE COVERED -I and if be would Jolu me I would CONGRESSMAN JOHN R. PICKNEY. The gray waste of waters leaped under
Mt's ticking one ojj two importantand er be accepted or rejected an a law.Twice j:
I I THE .GROUND SEVERAL above him the way lie did so, and m {I! HIS BROTHER AND TWO OTHER a northeasterly breeze; there wanray

decidedly: of!: Cube f changes in it passed reading bv the unanimous INCHES.-MELONS BURST OPEN I II walked ou together Ills featnws acre!! MEN .KILLED .AT .POLITICAL S ( sun tn a faint blue sky, but as I
the .f-i.1 ordinance granting; to B. II vote of tbe body, but when I I
3a 1 CROPS DAMAGED AND STOCK ;I so came -ilke that had they not ex '{j MEETING LAST NIGHT. sat I saw faroff sunny seas, a sky a.
B. T and other, a rranchlse to called the third time Mr. Wharton e
-i blue tbe
} aa heavens of the-
I I WAS INJURED. pressed a goral deal of character I purest tropics

opera i a street canine within the raised an objection and stated that he i fcliotiM have considered him Yt'fef. and great sunlit shore This wm

}r'c .. ...\. cants of the city ofamended 3iLiin.ct %. I thought further consideration of the I I fem.n.iie.He tbe channel-the English;: channel-but

the ordinance in its i[ condi- bill would do no harm and upon said I said be was a student, but when I I I peyond Its verge beyond the Lizard rand

tion wu' put for passage by the City objection the final reading was carried j 1 asked him it what university lie stud liemstvad. Tex. April 25. Four the fatal rocks of ITahant. the At-

Council Thursday night' after a waiver over under the rules until tbe i A tale weird-like and peculiar In .: led be evaded the question pretendmu i men are dead and two wounded as lautic rolled, and not only the north Allantlc. ,

t+ of tbe rules and 'Its (l second reading': next, meeting tao weeks hence. I the extreme, but unquestionably true Dot to hare beard It. The JiUu to the result of a shooting affray last but the southern, and beyond

a motion prevailed that I .the third and I,I The meeting was attended by a full on account of the credibility of the rte Intt-rlaken wa Ore miles:hid "befotv night at the meeting of the Wailer tile southern Atlantic the vaster southern

final reading be deferred until next i;i board, as follows: President Hahn latorn, tome.s from Spanish .we reached the place he had without ocean that washes the Ice barrier

meeting. It vlll be remembered that j:|i and members Wilson, RcilIy:'Wharton, Wells.onei i HUT effort on bin part gained a singular County Prohibition League. The deed of the antarctic pqie.
the Ulamis of the
of Bahamas fifty
Y at the last tf the Council a'. Seltzer. Luromns and Frederick besides : ;influence user In.... I am a believer latransference are I did not eee the channeL What I A

p motion was adopted{ accepting the :i I a number of spectators interested miles distant from the Island of Nabsail. of soul power, and I hue CONGRESSMAN:< JOHN PICKNEY. I aw was one: It was the ocean Itself.

I sailed as of old. round the
? proposition of B. B. Tatum and others in the street car project and other I 1 II.'t' attributed the young man's effect TOM: PICKXEY. mightywedge

't and referring It to the committee on matters to come up for The relator of the phenomenon for upon me to deep emotions that were CAPT. H. M. BROWN. that thrusts Itself outward into 41
COQldderatJou.l at the time absorbing bin whole exist cold seas and Is known as the Horn. I
1 ordinances for amendment: said committee The first business taJ; It can be classed as nothing else, is raw.On. JOHN E. MILLS. "a1nt...- Diego Kamlrei Islands (known,

to report at the meeting last I communication from the Drake Mr. Hector Monro of this city aud I II lo aailormen the
o' l'rO-I reaching.; Interlaken we went f> Injured u Dagganunmarvenai. -
night while at the(same time the duce Company and others for the
.e- his informant Is a minister traveling. different hotel 1' did not see blm.jaln I Roland Brown R. TODull anti I came up by the windy
tension of electric lights Avenue : n
proposition of J. W.{Watson and &Seedatea. uu a during my stay there. I Falkland to the calms of Capricorn

r i' was permanently' rejected. E from Twelfth street to the F. K. U iu the: Bahamas! though passengers i When the czar visited Paris t several The shooting began during the excitement or the hone latitudes, and lay there be

True to Its promise:and Instructions freight depot. This, like a former from Nassau on the steamer MartinI I of a debate. No one seems calmed. .J
years ago, on the day of bU entry I
a this committee: came forward with its communication on the same subject, Iqtie yesterday further corroboated ; strolled out to see the imperial cavalcade. to know who fired the first shot but Yet even so was this the same sea '

'report last night aa .follows: ., was referred to a special committee. statement. Turning from the Hue RI\"ulllntu when the smoke cleared away the the tea one sad Indivisible, the republic ,

Council 'of Flo. 'with instructions to Investigate and Pickney and Brown were and of naters. For not that
r To the City Miami. It stems, according to. Information the Place de la Concorde a figure came dead a wave

Tour committee: on rules and ordl-I report. that about ten days ago the Island of bturl'Ing toward me, and an It passed I Mills In a dying condition leape.1 on the shores of England but

nines to which was referred the The following bids were received and Wells visited rainstorm reuwnlaed Ute young man I bad met A company of rangers arrived here had Ulu In quiet calm south of the
Spanish was by a
line. It was our sea. even jet the
ours
>a ter of the ordinance granting to B. B.I j opened for the laying of a sewer on the water coming down In a deluge In Switzerland. I shall never forget today and no further trouble is an English sea of the worfcL

Tatum and others, the right to con- t Thirteenth street between Avenues D the expression ou his face. I could not ticipated. '
t for a few minute when it Chang- 80 monderfdl a thing this Is IA m>
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struct street railway in the city of j and E; I II ed into a hail worm, the great drops read what bat expression reflected ___ I that now I never think of any separate--
from the
Miami beg leave to'|!report that they I W. B. Spiers, $:;49.00; E. A. Froe her I soul within; but the meetingOspprdug Centenarian Dead. ocean. There is no Atlantic no Pacific, ,.
from of
i s haTe carefully examined the proposed $530.00; Fred Rutter. $322.50.:;:! The slot guile no great southern ocean. It Is one sea.
j inch to more than an Inch In size. lottne bad Earn set the
$ up during rein New
i York. April %5. Joseph Morris and whether
waS ac-1 we sail, as Drake did.
prepared Ratter bid being the lowest
: ordinance and htve : a BUD This continued for several minutesbut I of terror I fancied him toe specter or
who was to have celebrated his along the western shores of America or ,
atitnte thereto which the committee I cepted. rSewer f one who bad diet that Kmu.-e might be
in that time the ice had been banked 101st birthday, Is dead at his home blunder through the strait of Magellan,
recommends, provided. the grantee bids were also opened 'tor j free. Notwithstanding lie was a
several inches the as Magellan did. south the leebarrier
deep on KJ'QundI or go to
I at Red Bank N. J. One
)II.
boy, I could not year ago
1.t0 into work Tenth between help aiMocintini him
written on street, Avenues
con
agree to enter a : and the people were enabled to gather with Enderby or north with
with CliarkXle Morris acted as best man at the marriage
undertake to A and B. Fred Rutter bid I Corday. Franklin It Li the selfsame
tract with the city|to breathing
r It last them for two
enough of to days
/ Some months Inter I ass attending of one of his grandsons
% the conditions: $34.20; W. D. Spiers. 645. Mr. Rut- creature of a sea that bears us up and
perform,
following and Home, it Is said, made ice cream i an evening party at ficueva. where I -- ouw.inl.
First. That will agree ter was given the contact !I was Introduced to : I
with itDuring a young girl Mile.Znbrikkie. \
toll Secretary Sustained Here arc the I'aUu Islands of the Pacific -
qo to' procure title and deliver to Bids for paving Thirteenth street wliose face the moment I :I
I
,
truly. let u* and hereatmiiui -
the fall of the bail the atmosphere say
of the city, in consideration -of $1.00. at from Avenue D to Avenue E. were as | saw It made me start It..aa.be couu- Washington April :25.! The AttorneyGeneral >. bold eyed Samnttna paddle In-

any time within tee years from the follows: Fred Ratter $1,061.20; E. A. it la reported to bare been 'I:' lerpart of that of the young man I bad I II today sustained the their lucid waters. Yet those same wa ,

passage approval and. acceptance of Fro cher, $1O:o6.2o; W. B. Spiers thick like j smoke slid many thought 'I met I'arls.near Interlaken and afterward In I I Secretary of the Interior in his debate ten are the equal heritage the Ekl- tl

the said ordinance1! the drawbridgeacross $645.00. Mr. Spiers was awarded the that the Judgment had coma The agreement with the railroads In connection Die. the God given gift to thone wild t
.
crops were ruined and stock injured i; "M'sieu. why do you hook it me soV" I savapis of Tierra del Fuego. Whether
the Miami rver'roonectlng contract.AU I oho asked. with the transportation! of
material
where protection could not be had Watermelons j the trader low or tbe pHssjga wind fq
:Twelfth street at the option of tbe uf this work is to begin as soon were split open and that I :Maileuioiselle." I replle.1. "I have i iI I for reclamation purposes that help as to India or the cyclones of ;

d city councfl.: jj jjSecon'd. as the abutting property .owners shall met a .young man who Is your "I'ry'' I the West Indies or the typhonns of the- r
entire almost completely ruined.Mr. .
a That tnV, grantees will build have deposited with the city clerk and crop 'I Imilltl': I I SOME INSURANCE: LIGHT. China scan the tees are the great Ughf
: )I on ro. .. uo spent many ycaxrs' "Oh. dear: When shall I "
cease having
ithin a radius of five miles from the treasury two-thirds of the cost of said I ways for all races, and all roads lead j
t in the Bahamas and .ho is well ac-j| to explain; thin mutter? I have a twin to '
England as all paths lead to Rome.Is .
%, city limits a cigar factory "employ work. Commenting on the Insurance fight
brother. Doubtless It In b. have :
qualnled on Spanish Wells Inland you I this. then to
say nothing or to
ing not less than lr'< hands on some Other than these the Council disposed I met. People are always mistaking m now Wing waged In New York the say
what
says that ball Dorms are unknown Is known? I have heard of those
branch of their car line and maintain of few minor matters after whichan I for blui." Nashville American says:
who were" disappointed with the Atlantic
there hence the fact that the one reported .1
the same continuously for the adjournment. was taken to one "Was be at Interlaken a year ago! ?" The airing that Is now being given ; I have known children to cry at the ,e

term 'of flve7W4strikes| and dam- week hence when the street car Is made the more mysterious I t! "l.et tne see. Yes; I thlD' he was. I (Equitable Life Assurance Society's poorness of the reality they saw at IRamagate.

-4 'age by the elements{ alone excepted. franchise will again occupy the attention and unexplainable ,; am sure be 1\1"1." affairs must inevitably set a good Had they known what these
Captain Dillon, of'the steamer Martinique {j "And at tarts during tbe visit of the I I was-bow
It under
gleamed
and to construct: and begin operating : of that. angust body. 1 exerT' many thousands of Its policyholdersthroughout a great r
plying between this port and |I moon even then bow even at that quiet
the same within three ream from the i Her expression changed. She seemed I j tbe country to thinking. '
Nassau states that the Metropolis report hour wild woolllwawB spun across tbe-
date of the passage", approval and ac LAID TO EVERLASTING REST. of he phenomenal fall of bail I I to be trying to master some emotion. II !I IDid Ii Every day some new. storv showing i foam that Magellan plowed how at

a ceptance of said,ordinance. i you meet'him there?" she asked I I II the Inner workings of the management that very moment vast cyclone roared
occurring at Spanish Well. Bahamas. Iu ] I
|I a whisper. ;
Third. That the grantees will enter The Funeral Services Over Remainsof |j, In given the public the pubic whose I by the "vexed Hermoothes" or screamed
was not one bit exaggerated In fact, -I did.
and bond in the ; under the high cliffs of mighty Formosa r
Into I
a good sufficient : I 1 servants these managers are.
Mrs Sewell Largely.Attended. was! not fully told. She gave me a look as much as to.j : -they would have sat down hi estrange
sum of 110,000. payable to the citycouncil I' : 1ce-Pre8Iifent Hyde President
\
1..t says
say us change. the subject"I
I The captain says that he was not at' I astonishment by the eventful
of the of Miami and their I her wishes Alexander shared with him
city respectiil but and othersIn
The funeral service over the remains -, Spanish Wells at the time mainly because my I sea they knew not. All my fancies spin
.successors conditioned: that the said of the late Mrs. Mary Guinea I osity struggled with my poUtrness.l"Url-1 1 the profits of the underwriting syndicates strange web about this thought and ,
he dont want to there but
grantee wm cor4iy: with the pro Sewell were held Thursday afternoonat go I burned to auk more about this rnystertou i I all making handsome profits out of the" knowledge that I hare firsthand
he talked with a number of people In ti -other.
Tiskma of said contract: ; said bond to I out of loaning': the money of the policy- or that I have gathered from
four o'clock at the church
Baptist Nassau who were there and who had \\'ben I went home that night my i
sureties be signed holders. quiet seamen or.from books It comes
have
two or more or
and were largely attended' by the visited the Island after the phenomenon brain was !In a whirl. Few people have I I that I never behold any narrow creek
by some guaranty : thus under One of Ily.h a friends also asserts
? come sudden ,
a
friends of the deceased. dominating
and they one and all tell chilling or strait of tbe great waters but I see "f
bed to do business compananthor'j' Influence aa I did. and words are Inadequate I that President Alexander and his kinsfolk -
The business houses of the too. the of
city them
r ports of the rain of Ico. Those oue parent all,
c and to he approved to express or explain It to those also well
Florida cared for
are In the
The Red sea U the sea's, and the
1 all closed during the funeral hour. The sea.
i who were there during the occurrence
who have not. I only I know that I
I wa
city councilSubmitted Fur Instance this made It. The Arabian '
Equitable man says i| *eu la bis. and
I Miami Fire Department attended in a state that the hail covered the ground I on the verge of Icing madly in lo", !. I
tJ | the 20lh day or President AlexanderIraws an annual i the lint waters by bun-en Sokotnt. and
al body in uniform. The beautiful casket several Inches and in places banked met Mile. 1.at>rh'kle"f'MIl time slur
April. A. D. 1905. 1 j, j salary of $lmi, no from 'the society; the cliffs of Ouardafut. where the mon-
literally covered with wreath leg stay In Geneva, pawing
my
was two feet instead of two Inches in rapidly soon dies In calm at last. The thunder
J. B, LCMMUS.J. from of tnthrallment William Alexander. "" ,11011 aa Sere
one to
state an- .1'
and of choice flowersof- of the'tea '
j bouquets cut thickness, 0.1 related by the Metropolis upon the beach at ( "loroho-
S FREDERICKS. other. wry Alexander of the
| ferings from those who had known I The roofs of the houses were covered Henry lyw firm and upon the breakwater I III the music f,
J. Lj WILSON |IOn. One afternoon I went to herI tit Alexander Colby Equitable a: of the IU
I great ocean. equal diapasonsounds
j and loved deceased. : I
I to a depth of six inches or more i I honne-she was bonrdlog. hot I did not .
I Committee I: torm-tn. $25.A:! tl a year as a r. talnernn I In Achill and on the red porpliyry -
Them uslc was especially Rood and with Ice the j learn under whose
and so heavy wu weight rbalt"fon./:1'-to '
/
of the
bold
Immediately after the report of the Iy. Fred I Alexander of the brokerage! Lizard and In IDs
Tatum appropriate by a choir composed of on them that but little more would keep nn appointment with her to saunter .?rah line barrier of ITJI or tie: Greater -
.
committee. Mr being present. linn .r Alezauder.Thonws
& Outlet
Meosrs. W. W. and R. E. Hall. Mrs have caused them to cave In. Had on the banks of the blue Rhone. To : Barrier reef that makes Great Sandy f
'addressed the council, saying that he j my aftohirliRieut, I .=....Iold that ale ::; $:;:.,''It.. Ur fell, a brother in law m |I
Leola Tatum and Miss Kate Hahn strait.
such occurred the loss of life would ]
desired to save time by hiving tbe I I bad left (:('II6\'a. She hail !left no wontwhere [ James W ,Ali-xaml.. HII.IMMI. and 4j This U the music that w bear lathe
k with Mrs. John M. Burdlne as organ have been terrible as eYef'7lprrson on i I tchanuel.
= proposition'dlscnssed, aside; from the 1st. The selections "It Is Well she was coins or any tneKRasi* j ji Mr. Wit hrl l. a nephew of the aoci j jcl This they bear at the :MsrqneKSH. .
r were the Island bad taken refuge In their i i for JOlt. I railed at UH home where
and .tb' t inasmuch the 1. 's The
ordinance as > president $(!. NMI yearly TheEquitable Indians lieur sougoul
With My Soul; "Asleep in Jesus houses! from the storm. i hud first met lier. and they told me tll.II- q
snbkltt.ed of the Pacific. This will
.. same Oncer
requirements by the committee I seems 10. a very tot 1'1"1 i
'r= Heavy Blessed Sleep" and "Abide With :Me." Capt. Dillon! further says that Itf i I| their aj-qtialntance with her ha'1 beeulmrt. for HIM I this same instrument Iu UM are .>fOLhotsik
were so comparison AlexnnderM. Hdes, ct al.i .
The Scripture readings by Dr. Stanton and they could nol or would not. rand off the
I been j was retorted| l in Nassau that the crops | windy CApe tfiooil -
to what had expected that he tell how ,. -0Chamberlain --
fU111 me they h4d sits It. It seem
were espccialy: selected and j and fruit were far worse injured* by ( IlopeThis Is the lute Csrooens
and his USO<'late\could not undertake eil to me tl.nt I must nn.l her or life .
{ s Cough benrd. This Balboa
I ofassurances Remedy the Best knew. This theRomans
of rich promises for the lit ing and'
| the hall than they ever were by a hur-
would If unbearable lint having
"e '
i to meet them 11'stated that he had ; ;I and Most Popular. feared and the Greek facedboldly. f
as .to the happiness an-1 j rl<'ane. Young the trees ,, tired .t.\\| ,. ( did
proposed to make the city a straight- oranges on n<> not know where to They who sailed to (>phir or

out gift of the Twelfth "street bridge glory of the departed. j I were slashed and cut to pieces like a I.f'T\ !1..1'I I visited; different cities.gjlus i "Mothers' buy it for croupy children, to the far ('asslterUes knew It. The

now.lbut At the graveside the 6t'rvcellel't' I knife bad been rim through them.anrti : often to theaters and gardens. |j railroad men buy it for severe coughs 1 music- has ...euchautei old vikings pi-

if accepted ( that It would be concluded by tbe singing, of "Shall !i thousands of them were stripped oft but iie\rr, In two years iiiet.either her1 j I I and hit rly people: buy it for la'' rules, buccnneeri and explorers: of the
unreasonable to /ask him to maintain I her hrut''r.
We Gather at the River" and the ben i completely leaving nothing but theIIU'III. or ;rlpJl('." way Moon; Bros Elton Iowa."We : unknown.
and operate It jfor ten years at a |I I'nrli.r thitfmemomlile I Sunday wlir. ; -
ediction. 8.-ll more of of Chlwocrlalo'llCuulh \\ hat sea U there but one! The litte -
.Melon patches acre ruined and I
the l\--.rl.mf..i minhi-l 1 !" the Winter I If
heavy expense and then let the city I' :; land upon which we walk to but an
nave it for .nothing should it be Those officiating. as pallbearers. !!III' all other cnn'i Irropulrably dama:;M. pitliice! anti to ..Ilnhll'r I was In St i, : Itt'Oedy than any other kind.( Incident In Its great hMOI')". From the 1

wanted. He also stated that he did not were Messrs. F. Hahn J. T. San- The hail came with a driving; wind Petersburg For wivkx; jifler. I saw jIrfrsoii j !It s. ems to have taken the l had<1 over t j I I Foreland ur from Bournemouth or

de",. '. H. McIntyre.' 1. A. Kuther- and many windows were broken, the 1<1".t dn I Iv niardie l to prison' ;j several other good brands:' There Is [ from the lighthouse on the Start yoo.or ''
wish to Impose the burden of the I
Dud one nmnirii!; while sianilinit nt mi {' 'incstlon but the: I'cine: Is Ib..1 I II I with
ford. E. B. Douelas and B. B. Tatum. church cspeclaly nffeijg bv having rac< or any one eyes can look5(1oss
bridge upon the silty! It the councilmen window luiii'l/ of men nod women I!I !1"11tb3t | a little waste of crowded
gray
can be procured fur coughs I
all of the glass on ore side bnini-n.: i
,
thought It a burden and IWHMX 1 Hint IVU" told was starting
1rOuldj'prove water and see the rollers of the Hornor
;
DIPPER DREDGE HERE. Such krewtt 1 and colds, whether It be a chill! or an !
an occurrenceas never i .
; for Siberia.n1. ng them I saw ajjaiii j
that be had agreed with the committeeto the cross pyramidal seas of the
:t'; .henbtfore and are. tin wouisti wh-, had I utli railed adult thai Is oftlicted. it always cures
many persm-i me
eliminate the) bridge entirely from | rape or the sunlit seas of the Island r
a|i u.armed: for fear of a repetition of There ass tlie sntne expression on tbe and cares quickly. Sold by Red Cross I
1 the proposition jj The tug Admiral Dewey. of Jacksonville the flool of ice.Jefferson's. !' face I hud *., often S H-U' there and I II Ii I Pbartnac and all medicine dealers it toe a four masted ship of steel '
The question then came up for discussion towing the dipper dredge and two I' now rrcognl/eilit .... I f
I as
!. that the Clyde saw the birth of.,or a
and the,majority of the council barges of P. Sanford Ross, arrived In dom. What became of Hon. Rwbi McNamee is figuring ou wooden bark built of soft .wood trots
Condition.
being of the opinion that the city port this morning but went ashore at the next few minutes I.Iuntarm.rtY"1 Nor Scotia or a deal galley or a Bo-
organizing a syndicate to boy the
, ter .did not need the bridge upon motion the month of the canal leading to th.1 Wet Palm (leach; FUu, April : .- won I came to Hotel. man galley or a Junk from Whsmpoa
Tampa Bay Me. be
exile bud may getting
the first section of the committee's terminal dock. Joseph Jefferson spent a restless night disappeared.I : or a catamaran from Colombo or a
learned from, a rv lutioBlK that I Into a tOM mints, but past resits of the
prahu Malays of
or a war canoe
report was eliminated.' The Dewey left Jacksonville last but his condition is little change to
I ZabrUkte was an asrad.d BOA tinder In that particular line do not support the Maoris, or a felucca from BIcUy. or
,The next section of the report asked Friday morning with tow assisted which
the
day.Mrs. the young devotee had gone the fact. Better get together enough I gigfala from Zaaxibsr. we sail fh*

't for a bond of f 10.000 for the erection by the tug Three Friends which accompanied J. H. Petty will leave tonight to Paris to try to assassinate the c ar.There money: crone to. the East Coast and same sea and hear the sam made and

of a cigar factory within three yean her to the bay eDtraDce.l i for Jacksonville, where she will join was no twin brother. The offense build a ho'd. There would b+ money ore tIe same things.W q

employing 100 !lands continuously for her husband who was until April lit, for which she had been exiled that. are equal clOxena of the rrpvbO

five years. Here Mr. Tatum protested In 1>00 Pittsburg had 347,000 people I .ct-er In the office of the Southern was inciting. the laWn.to acuon-In I ID i of the set 80 much I saw from aa
deed. inspiring them behind their bar !
: old that sheltered channelboats
pier
again and asked,that his original proposition within an area of twenty-seven square I Express Company in this city. Mr. ric*d.... J The Right Name Is DtWItt.UeWItfs that ran to Franc cross>Bo men cb

; of $5,001' be allowed to standas miles. An annexation bill recently Pettys is now interested in a wholesale And now after drawing: o. my tank Witch Hazel Salve cools any ODe see who stands by salt a

he thought ?10.000 a burdensome passed by the Pennsylvania Legislature -I flan market In Jacksonville and en In America for the half of my for 'I !soothes and heals cuts, born, lolls, waters and hat eyes to behold thing n

' 'I amount for inc conditions. The mat.ter .increases Plttsbarg'a territory to > be and his estimable wife win be very time. I have secured permission to r> bruise, piles and all skin diseases, which are but a little beyond the bort- ,

; .u discopro and cou by sixty square miles or more than- I much misled d' of the persons there with the pretended I ass and its final conquest brine
councilmen au others JlreMI1'f and double the exetent "of the old terri1tory. here "My little daughter bad .hlte swelling may
stew to counteract the effect In the world together better' than otter
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finally upon g"t1on'; of )fro lam and Increases the i any
population to the western world of uorl\"onblelltlt. I so bad that piece after piece of knowledge or any other conquest:

; nut. who Inllll.fd on the 110,000 boDd. j about WiO.iiO'X Included In the new Captain A. U. Gladwin. one of the I ments of others. All I ask Is that I : Mine worked out of her let. o..WIU'1ltt'h that the seeking heart of man may devise

the time limit extended Jive real1l. territory is the city of Allegheny with ': must expert: fibhermen who comes to shall! dnd the officials a* ready to acI \\ Hazel Salve cured her" It Is' .

Here ended ta e discussion of the a population of 1J5.00O Pntsbon, iiiaml sad the East Coast every sen. i I I cept bribe* as they are reported to b*. 1 rbe inert wonderful healing salve In It will be the last chapter In the Influence

proposition then the ordinance hopes to be larger than Boston within !son. is now the guest of his brother i' If no I shall bring book my love to life .he world. Beware of counterfeit of sea power on human history.Hurley .
tx apto point and liberty. r. A, MITCH EL.i Robert In Lond-m )falLSEVERAL
was the where it must eith-J J| the nextfew, years Mr. I. X. Cladwln. at Tit srille. Sold by Hlwarne Drug Co.

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"' ,.. Try tie latest thing IB dried flab.Blscayne I cur. containing 560 crates M. B. I.yman. of Lantann. one of ...
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cod at WllloD ft Tlye's I j was purchased from the Fuiford Fruit Dade county's most proeresMve and ,\

+ -- 185I I'j I j',: and Vegetable Growers1 Association., successful citizens is spending today We have been and are still: enjoying pleasant relations with the ont

Mrs. A. K. McMulien.. who is ant shipped yesterday by J. H. Becktrinaii In Miami Mr. Lyman conducts one

sown in this citj'' is lying Il! at the for \Vm. Hartman of St.Louls, of the !largest general stores in northern of town trade, mainly becanse this class of trade can depend on this tJ

borne of her par nts, Mrand Mrs. which netted the farmers I1.S3900 or lade) besides he has large prOpt"r'I I :

Pent, at Lemon Ci*:,y. *: about $2.75 per crate. ty Interests In the Lake Worth section. I store doiDgjDst'what it adyertises We have


Bradley fertllUen are the beet !I j The Daily Metropolis gives Its. readers i Miss Alice Sanders, principal of the good m1n.v dollars and this week ie 'II

For Mle by J. E. Lammas, Miami.J'M more n-allive local and telegraphic Neptune; school which closed yesterday ara t

F news than any paper in the world In fur the summer, arrived in this GOOD \WORK ALREADY BEGUN BY THIS :

; 1*. Barman, Jacksonville, ar- a city as small as Miami. And all for city last night. :Miss Sanders will

rivd last the San Carlos the small cum of ten cent a week. make
enlnsj a visit of a month or more herewith
tf
Hotel and will be this city several her "faster Mrs. W. S. Cradling I

days. Mrs. J. H. Hosklnson and sonjxnils and bri.tber. Col. J. T. Sanders

# who have been spending several weeks EMBROIDERIES AND

u.. Bradley fertilisers for all crops In Miami as the guests of Mr. and The yacht Sanibel. which was, in

3. E. Lommns, AgentMrs. Mrs. S. B. Dean, left last Saturday
i port earlier In the season bnt which
r morning for Atlanta. After a few has been
cruising in
Cuban waters for
J.S. Frederick, president of the days In that city they will go to Alabama 1 the past several weeks returned to We have arranged a series of counters

Indies' Afternoon {club, left last Sunday for the summer months. port upon Miami'I
Monday and will get away, In
going to Palitka to attend the -
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e Stale Convention oi Ladles" Afternoon Wanted.-10 men in each State to I a'via few the days canal for to the Palm upper Beach.coast going t t b t.t t.E t 12 20 and 2Sc articles of f

Clubs. '|I Ik' travel tack signs and distribute samples ,

and circulars of our goods. Sal-

Aetna lyaanitep)P and oppnea. for ary, 175.00 pr month. $3.00 per day Dr. K. S. Burnham of West Palm at prices that are down.
I Beach If
one of the well known physicians way you can't
I ale by Lumnms Sevan.AValter for expenses. Kublman Co.. Dept. S, !
what
i' of north Dade us want and
Atlas building Chicago. accompanied by you we will send you best we

Haugh, ofjwest;: Palm Beach. W m. Thorne, spent yesterday In Miami j

.. and are enjoying a cruise In
arrived In Miami qua week and wllj After a pleasant visit to Mr. and
Bast Coast waters.
y make this his future home. He has Mrs. J. D. Rahner. Miss Cook of Bush- spend'several They expect to Burdine &
In
days Miami
r" accepted a position In the bicycle repair -,' kill. Pa., left last evening for a visit way home. on their

department off Lofton ft Einlg. to Miami before returning to her

home. Miss Naomi Clark
| accompanied Mrs. Corner Twelfth Street
= Wanted-Japanese plum or loquat her to Miami, where they go to visit George W. Dillon wife of and Avenue C,

s teed. Wilson ft Fire." 417 friends for a few days. St. Angus- Capt.: Dillon, of the Martinique, who

tine Record. with her children, has been visiting -" t

rat GrtonlaK TI7 lla. TlatiAntAB___ will_. _. _MAMA__ = 4
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Mr.
Claude Roberta _
of Key West, h __ .
who Is well known in this city, has returned Capt. W. H. Gregg the fish authoritywho over with the Captain on his next The Ladies' Aid Society of the Superintendent Van -
Anglen, of the
F from there and in the future spent last season and In fact evrv triP. and again occupy their comfortable Finn Baptist church will give an en P. Sanford Rosa dredge Some miscreant, It la said, Dot only -
wont being
will hold down the|position of bookkeeper > season on Biscavne Bav sad a.* home on Avenue B for tbe. sum tl'rtaloment'ednes
t; for A. B. the butcher. Jacent waters with his faiinly. aboard mer. ho I benefit of the church. The entertainment New York on business gone belonging to the Jeanneatte. Wednesday -

Doare. his yacht Orionf Fs now at Ft. Pierce, will be under the direction Tuesday night leaving night, but .after returning It to
During
Writing tablets and stationery for where he will visit for some time be- Mr. and Mrs-.fan-ln D. L. TUft left of Miss Ingram, the noted d ocutloulat C. C. Ely. his absenceMr. the dock left the.sea-cock open caning -
superintendent
t ale at :J. B. Sere";'. drug (tore.Mr. fore going!: to his home in St. Louis Friday for their homeat Lan assisted by some of the heat name with of the the boat to fill and sink Fortunately -' '

sing. Mich., where. will local talonc. company headquarters In the
they
_ for the summer spend tb. Savannah water was shallow and It 1'
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will have
:- a-. i i'11: K Knowltoti c! summer. Before leaving Mr. TUft purchased --- I work here, and will charge of the was, easily raised: Captain Rosa of

Belfast", Mamwl; have been tn ->II,- For the first time this year a local 1 two beautiful lots in Riversideon 'I The re\enue cutler Forward Capt. titling of the superintend the the Jupiter, says that he heard the k I

log the .5u 'h du'iu : past ir'Vvr; band paraded the streets of Miami, even which he expec't. to build a residence Hroartbont, went down to the wreck of I' work of removing dipper the dredge for the boat when it came in about 2 o'clock 'w

are making Miami i visit before returning though it was a colored organiza next fall. .Mr Tuft has ocherlarge the steamer Alicia this morning for from the channel crushed rock : this morning but thought it was oe- ,
'r the
on
other
north. They are guests at the tion. .It.... a band, however and Its real estate interests here. the purpose of examining the ..( the bay f side cnpied by Mes ar. Hood and Isaacs. ,
San Cais tlons there and to investigate COOdl.1 the
hole appearance marked the first picnic of t owners otherwise he would have y1x
t the Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Bebee, who have ports that smuggling of the cargo Is Investigated who the ananthorixcit
season and brought forth
the
The
reminder First M E.
cods theaewtat been winter going on. From the wreck Church has been
the
Biscayne : dallcacy.US. that spring Is here. The picnic residents of Miami for For. made both beautiful users were,

:( at Wilson ft Fbe'a Is being held on the south sidd several seasons past left last Monday ward will. proceed to Kt'.W..st for coal by the addition and comfortable I
of
a f
and new
aDdnt'r
for supplies. carpet
of the river. Wilmington. N. C. where their circular oak Prof. P. lURor of the eiperlment-
newsThe rarnet In
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The British: achooner: Hattie Darling daughters are located In collpre. They -- -- al station, who left Thursday tae
I C. fi:. Davis. of Orange a neat design of red heavy Ingrain. To on ;
tiladi-.haa
from asB8u. N, P. with a large At the meeUng held in the Trlnft) have not yet fully decided whether with a severe loss met I the ladles of the Aid steamer Miami for CUba. will go from t'
by baring Society belong
cargo of fruit and number! of Immigrants Episcopal church Monday for the they will spend the summer atWIlming--'I watermelon tines many i the honors for installing the there to Mexico and Honduras. wher T
dtlilruy'd.'stcr.
t o arrived In pork ton or Baltimore but will carpet. be will
Friday morning purpose of electing a vestry for the return to I The secure such valuable tropical
day morning while pews are from Grand
Inspecting his Rapid.
Her captain reports quite a rough paage ensuing year. Rev. N. B. Fntle- acted Miami early next faiL he discovered that some miscreant garden I :tlit'b., and are circular in form and ,plants as may be useful in Florid '+

it over. | as chairman and other parts of the United
and O. T. Coniclln, secre W. J. had torn up over a hundred 'of of antique oak design. Th. States,

." tary. The vestry of last year were Roc of Oshkosh \Vls., Is In his choke of the church will aUdlltrluDl//
watermelon vines now '
For Sala. town closing and piled The Florida East Coast
Near ,
Miami; fire acre: unanimously re-elected Messrs. up numerous real estate dredge at
Meld 'j 'them in ably J5u.: The .
!I' a heap. The Sunday schnol
110 t1'eea&. deals. only traces left room i work on the other aide'or
He
grapefruit has the
6,000 pineapples F. T. Budge. Boyle, Garthslde vast purchased several will I bay U $.
be
i were tracks of seated with chairs.The .
P. O. Box tZZ, Miami Fla. Judge Heyser. cottages on the east side of Eleventh a man leading a >(jtcyrl said to be within 1,000 feet of making t1{
r I to and from the
_I _- street between Avenue B and TrinIty field. \ I a vonnectioa wltr the channel already .-Jictu

Mr. and :Mrs. A. !! church which houseboat Whim Wham was and which with **
Pi.CanT will 1 leave Emile D. he expects to remo"e Connect the can >
Anthony, Clarence Cook I' Mr. J. I. Johnson ,of I t"u'e .1 llIp the river this i ial
Philadelphia! mornlng.wbere
Saturday for their home on the Manatee and Mr. Merchant, who have been for the purpose of building aj leading to the ocean. When this "
it trill
I he berthed
+ river. Mr. Curry has leased his cruising among the keys of the lower hotel on the site though he will not I' .representing. the commission house off. for temporarily. if not diatanct! shall have been cut tie Siilredce
tt U Justice & Co.. has the Mason. The houseboat ,,
residence purchased RnffhoUHc. will
on Second street commence the be this
for retnrned to
u the "East Coast as far as Key : erection of the hotel I aide
West, arrived the .
Hummer months to Mr. and Mrs. JohnStanhope In Miami this season. I j jl handsome automobile from Mr C wan also towed lip the river this ,of the bay nod 'he whole course goa -iover
Sunday and will leaveIn
of Havana.WanUcL 11. Garthslde. and after usioIt fur morning to her old moorings, where again for the purpose of wide. '*
the -
# morning for their home In West n while will I she will .
have it be berthed
until the ,.
.htpped to Alta- .turD inn the
h I channel
.. Palm Beach: Mr. Anthony reports By consent of the proper author! and deepening it. ;
monte Springs.ln Orange ,*here of her owner next season. With theretiring
-18 or JO foot ties the county
dory-Mil having had engineers at the city hate r
a most enjoyable I
trlpanda Mr.: Justice has a home, and after of these two crafts all of the
preferred. RETURNED
Apply, Monroe works have decided to FROM CRUISE.
Improve
a tanned and
complexion is
evidence that ;
coanat Grove. i iislnn It there will send it north for pleasure boats that have been conspicuous
t: beautify the
he has heretofore unattractive'' -
been
It ;
taking free and
easy ,;,: further service. In the bay for the past kY'
"' and littered rrounds. They. have already -i Party of Stuartites M
I IIi j En Route Horn
Mr. Hoefer formerly engaged In eral months will be ..dtaiDDearetl fur >
Prof. R. E. Hall erected
superintendent of a spraying fountain i
the bakery business has purchased an basin and Ii Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Focg.:: of Miami. the I From a Pleasant Outing. . *
public Instruction of Dade Conr.tvjias and Will remove all unnecessary aummer.r.
Interest in the Ideal I arrived Monday
Bottling Work. and arc the of
guests
received the names of the winners of obstructions and plant out flower beds i I *
? and will devote hIa ;time In the future : the :Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Crooks for a week The firm of Duane ft: Raulerson ha. Mr and Mr! J. C. Hancock and son '
first and
and attractive
second prize at the I>aljCounty shrubbery, making the j
1 ,' to services in tjhat line of busir Fair held last month, and offer place have more the appearance of a They are on their way north to their '(I''-en dittMolied, Mr Ranierson retiring Frederick, Mr. Stanley Kltchlng sad \

mesa. r ;, summer home in Richmond! VA Dur.I 'from busmen, which' bpn-ant-f will lwconducted MNx'
<-d for the best compos'ttocs on the park than a work lot Amy Klt h1nc. of Stuart, who A'
I lag the summer they will under the of
visit New njtue Miami
future of West Palm Beach by a have been on the lower
coast the
Money to loan Improved I York. Boston and Philadelphia and Market A. U Dane proprietor flit put |
property.G.
scholar of that place. The first prize Mr. Chas. F.. Naethlng. the I'
S. Amsden Cocoanut tarponfishing will firm ten days or two weeks! aboard the |
Grove, or If.t was Miss spend part of the heated 1 term at wan vKtabllrhed ahotf a year ago
won by Blanch
EeVaultjindthf experts and '
enthusiast
- D. Price, Miami I' came !|, Bar Harbor. :.Maine.' Fort Pierce and by honest dealing and Its business yawl Frurhel, on a pleasure and flaking x
second by Miss Laura Flernn: ;;. down this morning from :New Tor: 1 |
:News.Simon; methods .
bus .
h'it'!
''IB* : tp an extensive expedition have reached i
n Miss Ruth Sea bloom wo.l Vnicrable : and at once went aboard the launch the elf
Chaa. B. Sanders, of Indianola. who I I I trade. Themarket was. first located again on their
oo
mention way home and
for her article. Zora. Capt Heinkel, and I revunvft I
has been visiting his prother was taken I P. O Reillj and his family Avenue P and 13tb .
Capt J. to the houseboat I I street but a" the the Jorney yesterday afternoon.
Rose
: T. Sanders and sister. Mrs. W. 8. Drs. J. M. Marie at Lower !1, will leave Mondaj morning!; for th--lrj l ,i I business grew the proprietors were Mr. Hancock stales that
t ,. Jackson. Jr., and W. R.Gramlln Metacumbla where he will all : they were ',
: spend I!
rambling; of this left home In O'Reilly's Gap Reading Pa. ci'f' yesterdayfor /!:. returned homo this mornIng of next month angling for the "silver 'l quarfers.there- near AJax reef riding out ']
his borne, after having a Mr. O'Reilly has erected a beautiful fore I moved to the blow
Townsend
very nJoyable boni Jacksonville. where thee beauties." It ( bniMin a on the night that the Spanish
is Mr. ;
Naetblng's inten- !'
visit I residence on Tenth street and foul. I ...b..rE'Ir.: Doane It
: t have been in attendance at the annual lions to beat his record of last now catering steamer Alicia: went ashore. and that '
I
.Year
fvnrd. also purchased eraalu! | 'to his
of patrons sh eas. In plain view
meeting the Florida Medical when he landed next morning
I "All persona wlshlpg real estate twenty-five of these ( able lots tn the business center of j Since' then been ;
tb"l I have
Association and at whIch Dr. Jacksonwas fish. All of ; they in that vtcinity -
. loans should write or call 'upon Realty honored the fish caught on the city and In the suburb. sine.he I I The trim and substantial ')....,.."' >3t and have been ;
i by being elected Its aboard the
president present outing will be ve- tset.
Mortagge Co, West Palm, Beach Fla. for the ensuing year. Thjre. I mounted. I .came to Miami last fall >!<. has I o..n801 by Mr. Hume, of the firm of' .

the i leased his new home to GeoV.. Mur Peck & Hume and occupied by him He further
port meeting largely attended andvel'J says thai most of the
Capt. II. B. Shaw, removable -
If JOT want f.rtftauist. eoaavtt J. B. superintendent of i flit for the summer months. as a residence, happened to an accident
Instructive
sal beneficial the life j cargo has been taken out by
saving stations
t of this the ,
,
; : ,LUBIDU ictat for old rallsbto Thursday morning that came the wreckers, but that that In the
Bradley goods r Eigtb District, arrived In the city The schooner houseboat G1orlaCapLli pretty near breaking up housekeeping hoMcan :
The houseboat not be touched
I Vagabocdla commanded this morning. CaptShaw will be Join1! 1 ?>;a. nailed Friday afternoon for Puna for a'while. It seems that the on account of th"n> ';

Veil by CapLJno.Myers and owned ed here by Copt H. D. Smith. R. '* Gorda. where he has an extended ( craft went aground being a great amount or potash them a
Mr. H. Walker the on high tide and
driving C'S"I
expert by Mr. and which
WJ.MeUon. prevents
of divers
Into
Plttsbnrg going
", who has driven I the three wells away Saturday for ot and inspector' of the same I party; charter. "Mra. Hoge, who has j; when the water receded one side. of the water. He also
the that the
here for St. Johns the 8th and 9th districts and been quite sick aboard for several the craft was left much says submerged
the..water ; so higher than
work company. river, which she f rice Is
np win togeth-I beginning to
proceed to decay
was called to Us borne er they will work their way days, was removed to the residence the other that it was In dancer of
Saturday
to Palatka where up- which with other foul
a matter
attend at the bedside of him wife, wbc be taken. The Tagabondla summer berth will the coast examining all the stations of Dr. and Mrs. Huddleston this morn-1!I setting A little Interference worked vessel caused a strong and In the
baa
altered beenIn Capt. Shaw is a former resident of :; I ing. where she will remain and rec'Up.f'rate !' different that It sickening
a stroke of Thursday generally does d in odor
' paralysis Southern to arise that '
night He has the waters all season and fo* this city and outside of his government j doting the captain' absence. Her 'j family affairs, however and prevents many from
sympathy cf the last several days has ben everything going Into that part of the IOtcam 9
many friends here. weather position Is engaged in business : >daughter, wbo arrived Thursday, win was gotten back la slaJplhapooand Ice believe r. >
bound here. I the vessel win become
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for duel for more than a year could West and residents of the adjoining: !!I flesh by the name old rote-sixteen to '

aAOAO not rote and at the suggestion of Mr. keys representing:: every commercial fifteen. TEN MINERS ARE
i BILL !I
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EXTENSION E. H. Douglass a recess was taken to interest and profession. Is now being The last flicker! was made by the

give those who desired an opportunityto held at the United States Court Housein opposition when Senator; Crane offer

pay up the city of Key Went, to encourageand I It'd aii amendment fixing the time limit DASHED TO DEATH

IS HEARTILY ENDORSED After the recess Mr. Morfto moved promote the building of a line ol of ten years for the existence of certain

that In order to sate time the roll be railway from the mainland, to Key rate. The usual result followed
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called and those in favor of the resolution West therefore be It and the Infallible sixteen to fifteen

I y --- I tote aye and opposed nay. Mr. Resolved That appreciating fully ,;i tote again got In Its deadly work.
that the provision of the bill relating I C. Lefflcr called attention to the fact the Immensity of such an undertaking, I i i BY FALLING 750 FEET TO BOTTOM

By a Vote cf Thirty ta Miami to the taxation of the road as also the I that a previous motion by Mr. Stone- the physical conditions that must be i I "TANGELO" NEW ORANGE. 1| OF. SHAFT. ROPE OF CAR CABi -
Sit i i RYING THEM DOWN .BROKE-
as to 400 feet of right of way ;
i one man had been carried providing for a overcome the great expenditure of i
: Board,of Trade Pa sed through the State lands were fair ones ,' secret ballot. Mr. F.V.. Hahn said money tbe time and patience necessary -' Discovered and Developed by the Government OTHER IN MINE ESCAPED. i

and that the carrying out of the scheme that the motion however, had been to complete such a, stupendous Experts.

Resolution.OFfERED would possibly be of benefit to Miami, I made by one in arrears for dues and undertaking; but realizing Its universal -

provided section five of the bill is I therefore It was an Illegal motion. importance, this body. representingthe I The Washington correspondent of

r, eliminated. He confined his remarksto i This point was agreed to by the house wishes of the property holders and .! the Tampa Times thus says of a new \Vllke"barre. Pa-, April S6. While

a discussion of that section and In : and Mr. Morse's motion prevailed.The the Interest of the entire community i orange discovered by the Government ten miners were being lowered Into

BY terpreted it to mean that the entire I roll was called .and the result does hereby most earnestly urge upon i Bureau of Horticulture: Can)gham mine this morning, the .
; Florida Faust Coast Railway would betaken I was as follows the representatives of Monroe County "This year's returns of the Govern-
I II rope broke and the carriage with Its
from out the control of the Railroad A'cs-J. S. Frederick E. B. Dong- in the Legislature to do all and trY ment In creating a hardy orange have
MR. W. W. human freight fell a distance of 750
Commission and that the
d pen las. J. K. hummuF. E. V. Blackman. erythlng in their power to the end I gone beyond all expectations. The

rOUT pin along the line would be compelledto E. G. Sew ell, F. W. Hahn. J. IL Ta that the proposed enactment authoris !i feet.
the cost of the whole road. I- All of the men were Instantly killed
pay ing the construction of a railroad from
tum A, P_ Carloek. J. Conrad John year ago
and their bodies buried under the
Mr. E. V. Blackman next spoke in advocacy Sewell. J. K. [)orn. J. P. Sawtelle the mainland to Key West may become ; the first fruit from the 7-year-old trees
mass of wreckage and It will be
several
t ,BILL DISCUSSED AT LENGTH AND of the bill He argued that the W. H. Johnston S. A. Belcher B. a law upon the statute books of I which had grown from the *'vd of the
hours before they can be recover-
a IT WAS THE GENERALIOPINIONTHAT extension of the road would give tbe Rellly. W. W }'rout. H. M. King. C. Florida. Japanese hedge orange cioKaod with i...

u THERE ARE NO; OBJECT. people of Miami lower freight rates D. Brossler. Wm. Brown Geo. A.McKlnnon. (Signed) Geore S. Walte, the sweet orange of Florida, has far
There were several hundred men at
because of the short rail haul to Key II C. Bud;e. John M. Bur- George L. Bartlum, : exceeded this winter when a new tree {
FEATURES. work In the mine at the time of the
IONABLE
West where steamship rates are as dine F. S. Morse W C. Mayrard. 8. Ramon Alvares ,' of that planting came to fruit with an '
I catastrophe but thy escaped from
z low as those at Jacksonville to all B. Aultman. J. F.Wood worth, Ceo i Committee. orange larger sweeter! and finer than '
I the shaft through other openings.
parts of the country. He called at- B. Romfh. Chas. H. Garthslde. B_B.Tatnm. any borne on the earlier trees.

C tention to the fact that the broad J.I. Wilson The first skirmish over ins Key There was some hesitation among

s one of the most largely attended : right of way asked for was necessary Ayes 30. West railroad extension bill, was won the scientist about calling last years EVERGLADE, DRAINAGE. '

r and enthusiastic meetings 'of the Miami in order to protect the roadbed. Nays L, A Cooley, Horner, U.-D. by the advocates of the bill In its original fruit an orange. It was so.much smaller -

Board of'Trade ever held was that : He called attention to the recent visit Leffler W.D. Bushes I.Cohen.: T. V. form yesterday. The strugglewas and so much like a lemon In Is Subject of Special Broward.Message"\ Governor

of Senators Frye and Tallaferro to Moore. like unto a battle royal and of It taste that they hardly cared to recommend In
-of Tuesday night The occasion for the : i -
Hiff Inspect the canal at Miami, showingMr. Nays 6. the Florida Sun says: It as a table fruit. Not so the
a'. unusual attendance was th* Key West ; na ln'a continued Interest In I Not voting. :. On one side stood Senator Hunt Harris new fruit. It Is an orange sure enough The Tallahassee correspondent of

Extension Bin now before!the Legislatvre I making a deep water harbor at Miami The discrepancy in the total vote of Key West putting up the fightof I as large as an ordinary tangerine, 'the Florida Sun says:

which u was fenerafly xnow. and spoke feelingly of the great work and the full number present at the his life for a measure which meansso three and a quarter Inches In diameter : "Governor Broward has' prepared a

would be up for discussion.t. always done by this great developerfor opening of the meeting was occasionedby much not only for his own section with a very thin skin, a fine Juicy pulp special measage to the Legislator i

1 the people of the East CoastMr. the departure of a number of gen but to the entire state. On the othei and no seeds. Its taste Is much sweeter which will be transmitted early In the
members
Between fifty and sixth, Senator than the "Webber and "Swingle week on the drainage proposition ;
tlemen during the recess who evidently side stood Huamn. the sew
V. Moore In opposition
T. spoke
representing. the leading business and preferred' "absenting themselves" man from Dade and the leader of the and there is no reason to think that It which formed so Important a plank labis ,
4 to the measure and said that he believed I
,professional men were present, many that the building of the extension to paying up. notwithstanding their opposition.Mr. may not be used for all the purposes I platform.

'taking part In the dJtCTtti1 of the would be a detriment to Miami active participation during the earlier' Harris who had the floor yielded served by the orange. "A bill specifically covering the

i 'subject, which was brought before by taking away from it the advantages hours of the meeting. to Senator West who offered the There is both pleasure and sorrow same ground will also be Introduced
following amendment to section 5. ad- : among the breeders over the entire some time the first of the week.
the Board by the Introduction of the always enjoyed by a "terminal" and a
ding the following at the end of the absence of seeds. It Is a great advan- "The title of this bill may be sum
following resolution by Mr. W. W. port of entry. He strenuously objected MUNROf COUNTY'S section: 'agt to have ft seedless; but It Is also marized' as follow 'An 'Act for the
I. ;; to section five, agreeing with Mr. j
Profit "Provided That the rates of freight greatly d"lIlreoi to have one or two organization of drainage district In
Whereas The citizens of Miami are 1 I I Stoneman that the work would be virtually charge of the board of- Internal Im
REPRESENTATIVESINSTRUCTED and passages as herein provided for seeds from which to grow another generation ,
Interested In, the measure beyond, the control of the people
r particularly 1 i i shall apply only to the now existing ; of thin hybrid. While this provement.1 etc.
I
i
i before the Legislature known as through the commission. : ,
lines of said corporation and tbe proposed generation Is g-wd. even more excellent "The lands are to be assessed for
the Crill bill. which provides for the :I Mr. Redmond B. Gautler also opposed Uno from the mainland of Florida I i results would be almost certain the benefit derived from the drainage "
oslldlng of a line of railroad from the to the bill for the reason that It II. from another generation. system proposed by this Important
> come
1 1r to the Island of Key West, and not ,
'toainland to Key West and sought to remove the powers of the AT MASS MEETINGOF to lines or roads hereafter acquired or I Iou.truct.d '1 hardly know that to say about measure, while. on the other ha-uL.

v r J "Whereas, We, the men ,bers of the Commission to-control the rates. CITIZENS TO USE .THEIR <: : by sal corporation." : this orange,' said Dr..Herbert J. Web- the owners of such lands! at may be

w Mimi Board of Trade, J'>eUeve that. Mr. H. M. King favored the bill BEST EFFORTS TO SECURE THE This was adopted. ber who with Mr. Swingle, made the injured by the opening of the cana's

each an act would.greatlj benefit and reciting Cleveland O- ana otter Instances PASSAGE OF THE CRILL BILL. Senator Harris, upon resuming said '!f cross. 'I.m so pleased and enthusiastic will be duly Indemnified.

c farther the interests and general de of great cities which had be- that ho trusted that the adoption of over it that I fear I may over The principle upon which this b'U ,

velopment of South Floiida by reason come great without being terminals. this amendment would remove all objections hoot the mark and raise my expectations Is based Is Identical with that upon

hti wf the opening of a|gateway to I Mr.B.B.Tatum addressed the board In I and would not further discuss I too high. But It Is a real orange whit h a municipality conducts a street

,foreign commerce that would greatly support of the resolution. He beganby the measure. sure enough and Justifies all the work paving Improvement The abutting '

a benefit the entire State of'Florida and saying thai he was glad that the At a public meeting of citizens and Senator Hudson then took the floor that has been done on It. This Is the property Is assessed Its pro rata

I *' Whereas. It is proper* that those matter had been brought up for discussion property owners of Key West held and replied to certain statements made first year this tree has yielded fruit share of the benefits Involved, while :"

; who>> are'iAtereated shoul$ voice their and particularly pleased that last Friday the folowlng resolutions during the morning session. His and we have only a very few any property whose value may be depredated '

sentiments to the end .that their representatives Mr. Prout, who Is known to be Independent were adopted for presentation to the amendment to strike out section 6 was imens, but we have no reason apeo.l I la protected by an indexnlty. v
and unrestrained by any Influences lieve It will not be fair andgrow ." y
may be Informed thereof State Legislature In support of the bin then taken up and voted on. The a yielder I. ;
therefore'be It 1 had offered the resolution amendment was lost by a vote of 15 toIll In the higher latitudes where the I I.
on his own motion. Mr. Tatum said for the extension of the Florida East other hybrids of the trlfollata. and THE EXCAVATING COMPLETED.
.41 Resolved, That the Mb ml Board of .
Trade hereby heartily ndorsea ther' that he favored the extension of the Coast Railway from the mainland to Senator Stockton then came to the sweet orange flourish But It 1* still --*

road first from a personal and sell- that city: with amendment to section 5 the subject of experiment and I am Fred Rutter Completes a Stupendous
measure ts It Is now be ore the Senate point an +
and requests them nbers of the Ish standpoint for himself and the Key West Fla. April 21, ItO& making its provisions apply only to not prepared to make any official announcements Task Without Hitch *r Mishap.
people of Miami. He believed that the To the Honorable and concerning It. Secretary -
Speaker Members
extension from the mainland to
-Dade I the
.Legislature, representing county Contractor Fred Ratter who had th* ;
expenditure of the vast sum of moneynecessary of the House of Wilson and Mr. Oallaway have both
all in their to aid .in theenactment Representatives Key West
: to do power I contract to do the excavating throughthe
I
to do this work would make State of Florida seen the fruit and are very much
: Senator Harris .the adoption
ti of the same Into law. t I opposed streets dt Miami from Fourteenthstreet
la support ot this resolution' Mr. an unprecedented era of prosperityfor Whereas A bill has been Introducedin of the amendment and declared that pleased. I to First street and from the e!
," the people of this city and section. the I I "This latest and best of the hardy'
Senate of the Florida the v
Legis.lature In
Profit made a at.1rrInc''and ringing If It were Incorporated measurebe : Boulevard to Avenue E, for the receiving
Miami would be the base of suppliesand by Senator Crill of Putnam I oranges has not been named. It maybe
1 address. He said that he, had read the would himself vote for the Indefinite I II( of the new water., lpes, has Just Fr
her merchants, professional men, county entitled "An Aca to Encourage named after Secretary Wilson or ,,
: bOI carefuny; that at first he had been postponement of the bill. He I completed. the work.
Inclined to oppose Section t, but that mechanics and laborers would reapa and Secure the Construction of a made a powerful plea for the passageof President Roosevelt but the Secretary I Thin bas been quite a stupendoustask
rich harvest of dollars and the city Is think It should bear the
Inclined to
Line of
from the
Railway Mainland
the bill In Its amended form declaring I
after considering It carefully and reading : from the fact that nearly every
would build up to such an extent during of Florida to Key West etc." and name of oue of the'men who bred It. I
much on the subject(; that he bad that Mr.Stockton's amendmentwas foot of the ground broken aggregaU "
the of this work that she I The other fruits which had to''
years Whereas Said bill has received the : come
with the
r tome convinced that there was 'i Introduced knowledge I I !i Ing a total of sixteen miles, was
nothing unfair or unjust In the bill or would'be beyond the point of stagna- favorable consideration of the Senate that It would kill the bill. I I Ira known popularly as "Webbers" ana through: rock which required the use
tlon. He favored the bill secondly, because and been referred to'the House I "Swingle." have been rechristened a* I
of
Senator Stockton said that
In this section. He dwelt upon the provisions In reply Iof several thousand pounds of dynamite
Ks provisions were reasonableand I "Ro ks" and 'Wllletfs" after the first I I
Representatives for Its further
fhe much i iscussed acid approval I those who stood, with him by no and heavy labor with picks, hovels ,
:
fair. He denied'that the promoters j i Secretary Agriculture and his assistant i,
abased section referring o the present: and means opposed! the construction of the II I and axes, and ranged from two feetto
rates of fare as 'charge by the road of the scheme were making any I Whereas. In the construction of a I extension but felt that the concessions 'I, secretary.The several In depth. During all of this

and contended that noth og unfair was attempt to place themselves In position : railroad from the mainland to Key In question should apply only to the department has stopped the distribution ,, work not a window wa, broken by fly.
to raise rates and called attention ;I West, along the line of keys skirting West the i iI i of the "Rusks" and "WlII r
intended or contemplated therein. new lino between Key and log rock from the blasting or a per-
_:I, Mr. Profit spoke of thp benefita the to the fact that the much-talked .'i the southern coast of Florida the Inhabitants I mainland. He described the entiremovement I II ,I letta." At leant uOi more application turn Injured which fact speaks volUUIDH l-
of Section i specifically provides I than be filled have been
I of this Island, as also the I can already
extension of the road w uld be to Miami as one "Ieslcne-1 to cripple for the efficiency sad care of
:F He scouted the Idea advancej by that the rates of freight and passage I residents of the adjacent keys see the i the railroad col mls lon. Let the East :' roerlvej One tree only will go to the Mr Rutter and bill assistants In the '
shall at no timee xceed those cow : applicants They will be !Rent to South
'r'some that it would but the cripplingof I I realisation of fondest hopes deferred, Coast Railway once be removed from work.
Miami's growth andfaavancement.He In force, and which are regarded as I I but none the less cherished'for years i the Jurisdiction of the commission, :: Carolina Georgia. Northern Florida,

?; recited the fact that the government reasonable by the railroad commission. :I of some day becoming an Intregal part I and next year some other railroad I I II Alnnama. Southwestern Tennessee To Cure a Cold In On. Day '
He argued that the railroad company of the main land of Florida and In- Mississippi., Louisiana Eastern and Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
Is now cutting eighteen foot I would want to erect a bridge vomebere Take
channel in the harbor and to tbe seato Is Justly entitled toss much. eight I dissolubly attached to it by bands of I ... and would ask' to be given ex (i i i Southern Texan, Southern Arkansas ,: All druggists refund the money IT ,

facilitate shipping, a'nd which will per cent on the "actual legijlraate! I !!steel an'! thus Joined to the balanceof : er.iptton from the railroad! (comml Mon. !I Southern Arizona, Southern New Mexico : It falls to cure. B. W. Groves signature
investment, but that it is quite probable and the "arm regions of California '
tie completed to the crept Interest.and the Slate In closer ties of friendship f Senator A'lar.is spoke la support of', la on each box. %Sc:.

development of the. commerce of the that many years would elapse before I I brotherhood and the blessing of ;.he bill, declaring that ho bdleveit.I and Washington I A Guaranteed Cure For Piles.' '
it would be for ii to I ,
possible earn "The 'Tancelo' originated by
new : I
port. He said that the jjulldln; of this uudividoj prosperity, and from his bole heart mat tine passage ,
road would mean a great deal more that amount He also telled thatIt Whereas, The rapl.1 development of
to Miami otherwise as,r Jt would necessarily would be much to the Interest, of the Island of Cuba the construction' of the entire state' ana that the con o this year." I employed as an experiment In the construction +
shippers In and ont as the rate to Key I -- -
be the headquarters for a long of the Panama canal, and the dailyIncreasing ruction of the proposed extension of the Panama. ctnaL -
.>, time, while the work of constructionwas West, only 1C5 miles.would be much commercial matrons with i! would be followed by an era of rapid i STEAMSHIP CHANGES o To begin with 2.000 Japanese and

under way, and that much money less than to Jacksonville, SCO miles. the Central and South American Re"tibllcs and permanent development. t tI I I 2.000 Chinese are ta: be employed, sad +'

would be brought hereby:! ( Mr. T. V. Moose moved first to I. renders It desirable and important Senator Humphries declared that he : Martinique on Miami-Havana Run aid If the experiment Is satisfactory '.

The address was coached la strong amend the resolution by adding to It for the best Interest and development too. favored the construction ot the ex- Miami to West Coast additional force will be emptojed. It a

t' and convincing language and filled "excepting Section B." He Quickly of the State of Florida at tension but would vote for the amend i I I, is believed that there coolhs will b*

with stern facts and showed that Mr. withdrew this motion however, and offend large in order to secure a fair proportion ment although he regretted to hear Beginning Saturday night the steamer better able than even the negroes to

Prout was thoroughly convlncd.of the one to postpone action until the of the freight and passenger traffic that the bill would be lost were that Miami, now on the M'JamJ-KeyWnt- withstand the tropical ellaiate. AllIS

{ right of the stand he had taken which next meeting. Mr. Prout spoke again that the proposed line of railroad amendment adopted Havana run, will change her salUogs another advantage will be that the n.

as be said had 'been taken after mature briefly saying that he would not consent should be constructed from the mainland The Stockton amendment wax then from here to 11:30: o'clock at eight. On groes can be retailed at home to !

.deliberation and wia out a wore to excepting section 5 and instating to Key West, and put to the test and the roll being called tbe same date the steamer Martin vote as the admlnltntIJ3 wants themto.

t of suggestion.from,any friend of the oa the adoption of the resolution Whereas. The citizens of Key West the vote stood: ique now on the run to Nassau will

measure. He called attention to the as offered. Mayor SeweD said and the residents of the adjacent YCJlI-YeBIra.Altord. Canora.Crane, lay off. the run being abanJjnei for .

,, fact that he was sot aligned or classed : that he favored the resolution u 01.I keys realizing the great importance of Crews lade Faulkner Hudson Hum the summer and will proceed to Havana A Tried and ;True Friend

y with the railroad people and that he I fered and would If In his power make the undertaking. its manifold advantages phries, Jackson )1:,ESt..J, S' -.ckton, where she will go In dry docks One Minute Cough Cure contains

', had written the resolution' rrsatnUja.and i It even stronger. Mr. Iddor Cohen obJected to the State of Florida and Individual Scott Wadsworth. West 7.lm-lS. for the purpose of putting on nor propellers not an atom of any ham':' ';.i and
advocating to section 5 U he believed t* benefits which must It has been curing coughs, colds
was It from a sense of accrue to .TbePresident. Messrs. Adams and having some other minor
his duty to the section In which be lives would tend to hold up freight rates them from the Itfcreased facilities for Bailey Brown Carter. ClarX. Crill. work done, when the win tau up the croup and whooping cough so lone

i believing that this great and stupendous and he wanted them lowered. transportation and opening of new Glllen. Harris Lee. McCreary Neel.Newlan. Miami s present' run. that it has proven Itself to be a tried

c work would aid.rao vastly la' the The qnest'cn on the ark ptlon of Mr. markets for their produce and the Raney. Sam.. R91soaiC.The Immediately after that the MUml and true friend to the'many who sae""

upbuilding of not only this city but of Moore's motion to postpone was put marked Increase of revenue to the amendment was los. will proceed to Tampa and cnt3r r.p- It. Mrs. Gertrude E. Fenner Marion ,* !

the State at large J and tbe motion was lost by a big m&Jorlty. State will eErfully grant the rightof Senator Massey then tried his bun t 'm the run between that pert Key 1 Ind.. says: "Coughing and straining

i ,J4r.F.B.stonemall next addressed the The original resolution being way over their lands and give moral with an amendment providing\ for A West and llatana for the summer 10 weakened me that a run down In

.t meeting stating at the outset that his before the house Mr. Stoneman moved support to any company favoring the lower rate of Interest on the bonded There will be no change in ofiUcrs. except eight from US to 92 pounds. After 4I

1 podUon was already TeH t known as he that the voting be by ballot The co'istruction of call railway from the Indebtedness of the road and the sinkIng pursers aid that already trying:; a: number of remedies to no

'bad been writing mach on the subject question came up as to who were en mainland! of FlorlJa to Key West! and fund Instead of the five and three een made by Vr Echem(>n.la! :mind avail, Die Minute Cough Cure entire-

during the last /jtwo weeks., He titled to vote and It was ruled that un.Jrr Whereas, A public meeting of the per cent proposed rcsilt>Ctln'ly. Thl 13 the Miami and Mr Maglll) on the Iv cured me.'* Sold by Biscayne drug *

said that he was wnUng to .concede < the constitution those in arrears M1\'...* and property hollers of Key amendment also went' the way nf al."i"t" 'Jartln 11'10', 1 Co. .


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K Miami's Advancement in I I( (

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professions 1 r't; 1; Building and Improvements I I A 'I


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1 a.ttersosai ds Si vvLw.1T: : There is no feature of Jilami'sIroath ieorgc Zapf building . ... 3.500

that proves the progressive Ft. Dallas National Bank buildIng PHENONCNAL I

ATTORNEYS AT LA\' Fpirit <.f KH cit irons more than Its .. ..__ ...... ... . 40,000 BY |

i, *!Upr&ctlo !i) i OUr..Stat..a"" "_al miii'linTttrc,.- <- FHT Factory . . 30,000 FIVE ;
: BEARS
ei.dal1.o111UMfoT.umlulna.ad perfecting' I! I is not' nnuther town of similar Water Works Plant . . OO.OuO I

!1A.4'o.8<)T1tle''I 1'I,, Miami. Fla. t"I.Z"" fu he uitcd States that has as Tenth Street i I IN TWO I II I I

I I a <-l.i'-s of buildings, both homes Simon P Rellly, building 5.0TO I I

PT. SKAGOS.t K.Offle D., i and loosen l"il, as Miami; and byus Marion Frencb uildmK . :.(KH) I II I Ii

with 14 Crow Po.rs..el "! aTa.niiuu;, retry other feature of i Ninth Street | I

P Bmiden 14th Streetcorner .;.ain ifc-racter may be Judged. I ITf ,I V. A Rutherford, building 4.500 Clcnwcxi. !

;t 'AT C ,. ixiipie uf Miami embracing rtblnc.0 ''. James Lowe bulldlriff ... . 2.500 i r Gary Loeb left

MIAMI. .. FLORIDA_ I 'vuwtnirtors and Investors, G. D. BroBKler; building . l.SOO 1 second visit to ,

D$ J. 11.. JACKSOH JIL are- .U<.lr Dullding for the Miami ofjI ;| \\'. II. Juhnson. building :. 1,000 : his camp in << I!
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OFFICE-t I the future, for a great commercial and :jI j.I Mrs Mathew, two buildings 3,000 Murky )luu '

I shipping,::; centre with a population of Residences on Eleventh Street. i

eS HOTEL BIscAYNB BLOCK AVB. D I twenty-five thousand, and not for the I W. M. liurdine . . . 5.000 j U-r of '
perusal and
MIAMI. r FLORIDA.. ambitious and growing young rlty uttoday \V. H. Spliz-r . . . 4,501) here i iroachci1 I : : : 1

: I Prank DOIJII . . . 4.000 !three bear had I
*
r DLR.S.CBIra I [ Those whose enterprise. money and Mr, Bobbins . . . .'. 5.000 and two the II I

DENTIST. juti, ;nent Is making Miami one of the !' : 1>. Price . . .. :2.500! dent's i '
I'I'1. party no ''
Anill 'Srrll |K..i1dla,. on TneUlb first: silt 3' in Ihe State are not only ; A Hall . :. . . :,u n1 until the : ;

iltrrt.MIAMI. building nlofly and well but as rupi.l- ,I Twelfth StreetG. who showed [

say. f- FLOIRDA.J ly at- labor end material can be had !t C. Krissell . ... . C.OOO vtrlfjir.K the

L F." ATXIiSpN. to tarry on the opt'rations.Ttc !. M hanahan . .. . ... 1 R.ViO I This li
Miaxrii within the :
growth of I Chas Frisbee . . ,. . 8.000' itely known |
ATTORNEY AT LAW. l
.:-i.. at''ouou. Ki,ea to couTcyanCuml3 .a<3MIAMI. has l Keen truly wonderful, both in extent Fort Dallas Park. l \I

Kotmnr Yubbc4tUma.s .tiun of TiUeiL.. and character of structures and I .. T. Hurtle . . . . 1(1.000i ( SPENT I

omo... ta rfcwcll BaUdinc.! the twelve months next to follow.' I 1 j Ralph Worthington .. .. . 8,000

I FLORIUAD J will keep up the record if It does not !i G. Rambo . ,. .. . 8.000 Frank :

ft R. W. 8- GRAMLING.SUBOKOK.. break It '. Stephen Blundy ...,....... 2.000 : : :

T, Tho steady substantial growth along Twelfth Street.

q. ranlcl aSD the 1-nes of modern and progressive J. H. Hayes . .. ... .. 3,000 Milwaukee, : !

urricx ix MIAMI TSUPBOB B'LDO. American cities presages a great fu 1: Clarence Cook . .. . 8.000 elow called at

ture for Miami and must Indeed .be : Mr. Roth .1. .... . . 8,000 today, but
Hour from 9 a. m.$0 4 p. m. utes after
gratifying to every citizen and proferty Haycyon Hall . .... .... 114,000 :
tdlarl -, f. FLA. A director
owner who Is fortunate to haveInvestment Metropolis Building ... ... .... 10,000 i
that ..
GILLESPIE ENLOE,Dentist or homes within lu border Buildings to be Erected. affairs an shows

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Two story bnlldlngi on 12 street banker
orncsHoois: spent
t MA..Jt,tat:*) P. M. Below Is given a list of .buildings ]I I Townsend building on 13th street une before i
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tall nil W.KttlUKNCB.
OFPlcZI.EmienBondi *
L .Kft Bt. *M Boatarotrd started and completed In this city Prout building on Avenue D. funds.

+ MIAMI. FLOBIDA. within the past twelve months and Miami News on 13th street

those that are to follow at once and E. B. Douglass on 13th street

H.W.. MARTMS, JL D., for which plans are being drawn: Miami Title and Trust Company Toklo. April" / i:

BCmCpatlsi.t.K& Business Property On Avenu O. l!th Street and infantry

+.I Oates: Mrm OmpMt,W4 hve.C J. W Watson, building .......$25,000 Total estimate to cost about $100- cavalry In the :

ho on.(to 4p.m. A. 8. Belcher building .... .. 5,000 'the 24th, and ;
Brut cent )11.&IUJoe 000.This
j FIORPA.AVD L. T. Townsend building..... 20.000 list does not Include a large : sued. The '
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P. Ullendorff. building ..... ... 15,000 number of small buildings and additions I wounded and : : : : :: :

*. FREDERICK, Jerre Verlne-; building ........ 3,000 scattered throughout the city! but

CIVIL ENGINEERAND Ice Factory building ...... 50,000 Is quite sufficient within itself to satisfy cold wave on

SURVEYOR.. Robert Mathla. building .._... 6.000 the most enthusiastic Mlamlans. mercury down ,
I tt houry Public (or But .t Large .Fat e1alal r ------ -- night At
? locution rlyeD to Sub-IXrWint large rr r<..
Office oYer factual1MIAMI. FROM FERTILE FLORIDA. JOE JEFFERSON'S BODY 48 degrees, and I

v 4 FLORIDA. ern States
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!L RICHMONL' Item. of Interest From the Land of Arrived .at .Jacksonville .Yesterday cotton and '
S ,
e t! Morning Enroute North. the mercury
the Grapefruit and Pine. I I
REAL ESTATE. as far south

At 840 o'clock this morning the bodyof Carolina, while i 1
._ .GENT :"" : GRANT .AND COMPANY Sonie strawberries are belng'shlpped' '
NOTARY, PUBLIC the late Joseph Jefferson, the actor, and Tennessee. !
) 8TAIK \LA from Starke. An Insect pest has arrived from Palm,Beach on a special
ATj!=j de-I I 1"t
SUTLER. FLORIDA.H. creasc-d the yield. train which had been put at the disposal Trinity's

r The Florida East of Mr. Jefferson's family through Waxahachle, I
at
P. BRAINING/ Coast depot I It
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c the kindness of Mr. H. M. Flagler, was a great
I Attorny tamstbrPr Mlatoj these days Is a busy place, I
sad says the Jacksonville Metropolis o 11 ity and its
!y as car after car of vegetables load
p_ WtatkKU. Wfctbw.Me Id'cntICt: yesterday. This special train consisted I i addition to
for the North.It ; :::
Cooitr State Bat I is the belief of the tomato shipper of Mr. Flavor's private car, Mr.Parrott's versary of its I

T t, Wct Palm Beach :: Florida around Miami that prices will continue private car and a baggage i the
car. which carried the remains of the I In the person of I
good throughout the season. It U
T.SAIiUR1 distinguished actor. The floral offeri :
JAMES hoped that such will be the cue i also the
t ATTORNEY AND logs on the coffin sent by citizens of ]library.
The Vegetable and Fruit Growers .
Palm Beach were many and beautiful
COUNSELOR AT LAWCommcrrl Union has been organized at Bartow i rendered ,
and eloquently testified to the esteem
; *! and Bral XfUte Law. Meat for with J. B. Pyland president, E. U. I i ante of /
in which deceased was held In that
FJeluy.nd Derotlt Co.,Jtimore.Md.Cimcu i Cumberland '
e Watts, vice president, C. J. Wilson secretary
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in WAnon Btocc. Lock Box: a I town. 'I
MIAMI.f FLORIDA.MlTCHELIj and J. A. Wilson treasurer.A J I ;many parts of = ;?
.t I Mr. Fletcher, who owns an ex- On the train, accompanying body j clpal address of ,
were: Mrs. Jefferson, her two
sons,, i by President
D. .
PRICE, ten lyo pineapple grove on Elliott Key I
Charles B. and Frank Jefferson: Mrs. j i serve
has made a trip there and reports conditions I ,,
Nellie Symons, tbe nurse; Miss Mabel t
Attorney at Law and Solicitor
much better than be,expectedto I
Bingham, Dr. R. B. Potter, and the' An exchange, : I
in Chancery. find them and that the key pine J i <<
< faithful old servant Carl Kettler. dress on $G5 !'
OmeeHaeebeaxldi. crop a Ill be large and healthy. 1
)AMI. FLA
The body was quietly tralsft'rre,1from question' with
Reports from the west end of Orange -
,, ( the Florida East Coast Railway 11 have to and do, I '
W. C., MA'YNARD: county My that the orange trees: |
|' special to the regular! Atlantic Coast 'to and don'tOetll
are a perfect mass of bloom givingpromise ': I
]Line train No. 32. leaving at 8:50 a.
of an unusually large crop. !
m.. for New York. The body will ha
Truck gardeners from that vicinity ;
I interred at Buzzards Bay In the family I
report prospects as better than toi
burying ground next. Sunday.
years.-New York Fruit and Produce I We want 'I

4 JEWELER AJTp OPTICIAN. News

.rt Perfect comfort wearing jtlw '* I STATE NEWS. j j your real :

are a great With our extensile Basel on the theory that theIccreate annual
apparatus and Urge experience of population since las last J Josh H. Morgan, the nero who was h'' We want ;!
there i. DO gum ,"ork. Price rem confined In the f>l>al County ail on !
a ,onat>1e. We rrpaif Watchet, Clucks, census would be one-tenth of the decennial the charge of drowning Wili Evans ; your I
Jeverlj and Spectacle A portion of + Increase between the last two
,year trade asked for. Located on ATnue I censuses, the population of the Vnlte3j while en route from: St. Augiiatlne toJacksonville We want to ':
D between 12tb aDd Utb SU. has bu'n' reliuuK-l by i
i j States IK now estimated 82.S1C.OOO.. bargains,
1 W. Je-cl ra4 p r raduate OodrUnPATENTS i This method of computation has been officers J bay '
covered the
round thoroughly: i\ ... :
proved to be the most accurate of any I
In connectln wlth the :
case, but could We
method except the actual decennial j want
ted no evidence to hold Morgcn. The
count. If this estimate Is correct the I launch was wrecked just before entering I \list\ of ; I
population of this country at the next
the St. Johns River, sad portions I
census, June, 1910, will reach 90,000- We sell
of the craft have been washed awls e i
rv..r..u.a w nc RTURNED. 000 'Rah far the American Eaglet I
t.vu.r uesn..e..MrI"a.e terms.
in
the vicinity of Mayport. It ta claimed
nil _aT.s.............dwi taerwnt.wd I
WJ' hw___ ....-nY., by relatives of Evans that when he
rr.wurut emir e..e.e.d all Concerning the Jefferson conception i| We sell
..PSMI..LLIe r"-". ... ...,.. left St. Augustine he had $375 I In |
t YlSCD.sou._ .-. L1ia.Hao of government and the tendency to
suit.
... .. bills on his person Jacksonville Mero !
awe COTla0NT. t +17 .LLaoppo.tt. drift -
away from It, the Boston Globesa 'I
.U. L I"ateftt Offtoee polls.
WASNINOTON,0.0.b ; *: "Jefferson was an uncompro We sell or / !

b raising Individualist. He believed InState
The long drought that has prevail thins in ,
bid In
only matters where t teat
t In this section all winter was broken
was unavoidable. Democracy'with
last Saturday by rainfall Real
a steady
him
stood for home rule and self ;
government, and under Jeffersonlan-- which lasted throughout the after'

spar Ism a stalwart, self.reliant citizenship noon. The rain has done great good i .
t
KILL COUCH was nurtured. But with the growthof and furnished a good supply of cistern Cooley I ;

All, CURE Tifl LUNGS Republicanism these principles are water. It was followed by a decided ,

being widely departed from. The people ,

WJtI Dr. King'sNlw to look are to being government taught "more for aid and and more as.lstaDce. Has Stood The Test i:I!: ) ) :


Discovery Under the newer system : ;

ultra-protection has been saddled upon Grove'sTasteless

I70IsuIiu0E Prlel as and finally the trusts. We are

FOR /OOUGNS aad IOc..ooLOS gradually drifting toward the little R

I Fm Trial. father at Washington and away from (I Ii Ij
Chill
surest and Qwckes\ Cure for aU self,help." And those who call themselves .:
TIIBOIT and L17JI'CJ 1'&OUB.ua. .
' Democrats are encouraging the
: 01'XOJrZY IDOL I
idea.
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1 O Oto: c .n. Ol1iR I l I I-evening, and netted over 118.00.

I. C. II. Rivers representing C. IL liar-

| grate, of Jacksonville wholesale groc-

?; era worked the town Wednesday.
I CoiiEtv ICorresrondence I Mrs. Bancroft entertained a numberof :' The Store )

... friends at the Chapman House on ,I

I Tuesilny After dinner they wereI

.A>> =- I treated to some very tine music by I.|

I j :Mrs HickerMin' Warren, Ind, both i

W. ,t l'aln.11, Kla., A.'b..; ::1: ,'t-- Mr HV.. Howard has in his paicke *- total and instrumental Among: those That Has The Goods I

the beach beau- .nt were Mr: Toomy, Mrs. Black
Thi lay t..< l een pra't1c'aIll given up "iuD.
to ns o: lie tee'pt pry of Air I tiful specimen of nautilus shell It I III nK-r. Mrs. Burma, Mrs. Sherman Mrs.

1, Jose ."....""n anti to ap. h.....-.11.. of absolutelyperfect. and Is Between aeren i Sherwood" Mrn Ortnn Mr. W \\'. ,'.

r' ly rl ) aol! :Jtneral r. ;.rrcl: ulnas the and eight inches in width. Suchslactruens II Blackmer and Mrs. Hickersou. '
lvccel are said to be worth from Miss Ella Chapman came down from
universally
.death of one so I Take any of the articles in this advertisement and will find
and honored in this commurity. a. mil to two dollars per Inch. \\("'
was the distinguished dt rared. ID rrua night last In an altercation her gran.IIIIC'bf.r off: for home that each afford a greater election than any other store can

formation of the death of )Ir. Je'ffe-- in this c t.on.e negro cut another se- Walton Chapman left for Daytona
show. of the
matchless
Many prices are the results of
our
eon, aroused the people from their n f'ly The jUI.'lUlfI'in wan exposed Monday v"lIinll.

Sabbath evening quiet li the cut. but was not penetrated.The The battery of l.irse boilers for the unequaled facilities for buying. Note the bargain prices, the extraordinary z

expressions of the I1ndEsione.1 assailant was captured, and Jus canning factory arc hems set this! i
1 wide of No
and regret in home : Cbillmgworth will Investigate the week varietythe range qualities. trashno junk

Btreets. True Mr.Jefferson'e d -.Ujwas :' cyse tomorrow afternoon. I Mr Eui;" tie Hunt left for a short only merchandise worthy of the namein variety to suit your wants

not unexpected:. for though, there had Constable. Hanong took Jeff Mills.he visit up :the hue Tuesday e- enlna:. Ii

r been ebbs and flows of the feeble cnr- bicycle thief to Miami on Saturday. Hun Ceo 0. Currie made a short

t rent of life during the past several Easter< services were heM In all of call at DelrayMonday: and was takento

days, thre was no hopefulness of his the churches Sunda>. Members of the West Palm Beach by F W Chap- MondayTuesdayWednesdayWe

t .recovery, based upon the I transient Chapter of Masons were, invited by man on his pony express

ameliorations in his condition n, reported Rev J. J. Vaulx to attend services! at All three of the parking houses are ,

by his phystcana and attendants at the Holy Trinity, and many did BO loins a rushing business! this week.

I Mr. DaCamara, chairman of the

his Early bedside.this morning a paper 1 was in committee of the Board of Trade to BOYNTON BRIEFS. t are'going to give our many customers the benefit of .' ..

consider the report as to whether or
for meei'tsof

circulation citizens and calling the closing a oafs of business I not there shall be a Fourth of July Ik-ii llritt, the champion crate our great reduction sale in of. Jonquill! Lace Stripes, Embroidery =

celebration In West Palm Beach this
bouses bet1l'een.the bours of one and ,
maker of South Florida arrived from
: four o'clock p. m..+ which was cheerfully year informs us that the committeehas Arcadia FriOamorning. He has Swiss, Grenadine, PongeeLawns, Dotted SwissIn
held a meeting and unanimouslyagree
one to whom it was
signed by every
acrepud a ixj-.ltion with the :Mutual
Moore, off that such celebration will be
presented. Later President Packing Association for the M'lUIOn.BEn'lI .
the Board of Trade, appointed;! a corn"e proper, providing enticing-rates of
fri to members, and the public I fare can be obtained over the F. E. C.
notify see him. this list you will find some beau tifull lines and will have to be seen
Railway is
Correspondence now
generally that there would be a. .
I
)Ir. and :Mrs Eli Campbell, of Lan-
I
meeting at the Board of TJrade room passing! between the committee and to be appreciated.;
Ix I tana, spent Sunday with the tatters '
at 10:20 a. m. Promptly at j|he hour a the railroad authorities on that subject ,
: F.
parent.Mr and Mrs P. Harper.
large concourse of citizens having as- j' )Ir. DaCamara days that unless This being their first >isit here sincethey Pongee Silk Zephyrs that sold for 400 to go at a yard . . . . 25c f'
.
f0 enabled. President Moore ( that 1'at tract he rates of transportation can
Stated :.1
>In view of the universal sorrow on account 1. be obtained, excursion rates indeed were nmrrled.They recelted many 4 pieces of lace stripes, lawns, sold for I n -'.; c' now. . . . . .'. 124c!
; kind congratulations and best wishes >
; of the death of Mr. Jefferson, he I j the main object of the celebratlon.that .
from their friends here. 6 pieces embroidery swiss !'sold for now" . . .
thought the meeting should be one of of drawing a large crowd of visitors 25c ; . . . . 15c 11
Mr Will Hardee, of Jensen Is herewith
the people, "en muse" and that Its to this city, can not tie attained. The his brother: :M. C. Hardee, assisting i piece Grenadine black anti u hire, sold for hoc now . . . . 38c !
,exressions should be those jof the feel committee does not apprehend a failure -

; ings of all.. He suggested. that the venerable ', to obtain attractive rates upon,. acre In shipping of tomatoes.their twenty. \'e 10 pieces black and white lawn, sold for 16J: c, now . . . . 12iC !;
Judge A. J Lewis t>e requestedto which point and others material It is I crop
;
1%* act as chairman of the meeting. | expected to be able to report at the j Arthur Gunter, past grand master 4 pieces dotted Swiss just in. .15 cents to . . . . . . . .-. 5Oc,
I tomato packer came from Fulford
t which was heartily endorse and Judge next regular meeting of the Board. 'I up ra
; Sunday night and has accepted a Boys Mothers Friend Waists, with or without collars for. . . . . 38c
Outside of the
Lewis took the chair. On doing so. committee, the desire I :

he stated that he was not prepared to I!! is very general for a celebration of I position with Pence & Co.
The of the of Miss t
news marriage
:; male such remarks as wefe<< befitting .i, the Fourth here. It seems to be the li I
Mabel Danghart of Boynton. to
to the occasion and tha be would i'Pace I local understanding that the approach-i: ,
I Mr. Clifford \. :Maulle of Crescent
,
that duty to others} At this! I IDK Independence Day Is West<< Palm i in.acb's
: W. M.
City, wan quite a surprise to their BURDINE
point, Mr George S. Row fey was on |[i 1 opportunity in turn; and if
friends IKHwhen It was learned i
al .-notion ejected the Becrejary of the i j this city intends to ann Itself of it,
that they were married at Louisville,
;t.tneetiBg.. the fact should be promptly made
# i K)., last week Mr. and Mr*. Maulleare
:j. Mr. Geo. LBranntng m >red that a I i known, iSomo think, on the subject of

committee .of three be appointed to transportation, that It would be best making their home at Palatkaat
I 12th Street. Miami Floridacontinues
1.:. -draft and submit resolutions appro-j it to charter one or two trains tapping present: Appleyard ,
Mr. a large; buyer of
F.I rat* to the occasion. jThe motion I the adjacent sections from both dl
: Kansas City, was in town this week
2.carried and'Messrs. Geo. L. Branning, ,i' notions, thus relieving visitors from -

W L Metcalf and H. S. :Miller I were jail tax for fare In other words, glv-:

e appointed such committee] The comm I j I ing a free excursion from accessible INSANE MURDERS. aroused until the real Ucompleted.

lUee retired and after a few minutes '. I points to this city. Doubtless the Tomato
submitted 'committee will consider this plan' Wrappers..
returned to the room and The recent trial in Louisiana of a
The insanity plea and the numerous
,r. the following resolutions: jj |' with others and advise. what in their man known to be of sane mind .for acquittals f: r murder where 'h"tr Is

To the Chairman of the Citizens' MeetIng < judgment will be best. Just now, the murder and the sating of his life upon no denying the commixxioj of tltacrime Don t wait till the tomatoes are

of West Palm Beach. Florida: i 1 important point is that a conclusion the plea of Insanity at the time of the ripe before orpering -
Cfctiou your paper
is a me'.r severe r' 'ipon
Your committee appointed to draft j i i ipjs shall be reached as whether or not commission of the crime, and because 1 our clviliration. Every aut1 acqiilcul We have THE BEST

resolutions of respect In regard to the i i ir the Fourth shall be celebrated here, one of his great ancestors was considered to |
Is an insult >:j aocicty! and an injury
? decease of the Honorable poaeph Jeff- and if so that announcement be made
( to be of unbound mind, brnigsup
justice ti> Kfy'nothing of that freedom ( Manila
er.-on. beg leave to report the folio"- I IfaC' of the fact at the earliest possible the remembrance of bow frequent of 'life, liberty and the pursuit i i I Wrappersmade

: I |j..day. The details, after that of trans- parallel cases occur In Florida nnd
which Ute constitution j jtruaninteeti
of happiness.
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Whereas.lt has pleased Almighty God portal ion, can be arranged later i how often the "insanity dodge" has I and our prices are right. Order now

to remove from our raids f. Joseph Jef I been rtsponnlble for cheating the law ,''
o
sferson._ one'who for several years last DELRAY DOTES. i. at Justice. I There is a report| to the effect that ian j ]: E3UG: ES c CO. a

passed has been closely identified with i it The Insanity clause nllow.l bv !1:1"1 officer of the Russian fleet wrote t|

the business Interests and business I i While crossing the canal Tuesday and which is AO broad In I i's KC while the ships were" pushing )MacUgasj j

of city an4 than whom!: A T. Pearce of the S. J. Sligh Co., that a trace of unsound niin-l in any I
prosperity our ,
car to n friend: In St Petersburg a'! i:
Remember the Full Name
t none has hid a greater interest, In Its I!j''lost a very valuable diamond ring: by relative, itnuiediate or distant, can by J follow! : "The terrible Inactivity It Always

advancement: than Mr. Jefferson; one :j'who 'Its silriiug from his finger into the possibility prevent banging; and sate I nfTeUIng every one Death by drown-

stands close to the Mart not only i'water: the culprit is that shoitU be reduced
( one I Inlt Is preferable, but all are detennlnei [ Laxative Bromo Quinine
t of every citizen of the United States j \,'. W. Sbipmanof the Ocean Steamship to such a min'mumpr"?w.nplion I | to sell their lives d'arly. but :Malt

but almost to the known world: onep 1 Co, and H C. Avery of the Merthanu that It would l lie difficult fo: the |plea j Ito aroff: fate will !... ours The worst a

who has by his upright conduct, and and Miners' Transportation Co. 1 enter tutu a timr'er tllHt to.\C"I.1| j thought Is the loss of so many young Cures a Cold in One Day Grip in Two. ;
!
known Integrity elevated n his profess" i spent Friday in town.. I j jMr where the aet'ns. d l h. of himself' kuown j }lhe:!!. Thi. heart bleeds for the parents i! ,

soon to the highest plane of respect and Mrs. C. C. Beery, of Sugar to be of weak or insane mind I of those glorified schuulbn\B KM'n

and whose decease is the loss of a': i Grove.: O. have bought the Miller plantation The Florida legislature,: is now In s('s the common sailors rrolUi. that tb..,' tG.1Yf oa Box. 25c.

nation; Therefore belt I I it on the county road north of here sion.. and, It has inany iiniH,:taiit mm- I have tin chance Our fat'Is I Certain: '! : i
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Resolved That the ciUcens. of West i iI j i i and will make this their future home. ,, tars i<> :i'lj'r-i O and' laws to make bat l "It Is voluntary vqirlde.; :' hag become1 I -- -
I I YOUTHFUL SOLDIER i uniform and Is
-, Palm Beach hereby tender .then deep I i'They are both young and the kind of ''the :Motmiiolis lf.llt"t11s' a rew- : an tsar day raying. This la doubt- '! collecting rosters of r
millila He I wit Ilbntunit
01)11'lInl. r'-
regret, and sympathy, ti the BOrro..jIDg j :people we like to hare settle among | Ion of the murder. sianteg. :btuEire! > lees fl.tlon. No natal offiri worth! >
: Searching: for Parents of Whom HeI IK making his way from "int! to
family of the deceased, and their us. There is plenty of room for more i i tally that part wherein the pa of insanity of his! IJ."itl..n1"011101 \-ri'e ....'.li a l"t I1 >
Has Lost All Traei'h ". mt
expression of loss of this community I of the same sort is admissible In a .defcciu, If he Russian hate any f....11u:, J I point ,

., .to largely his beneficiary; W W. Blackmer spent Friday In i, should be go framed that no 111.14 mill, ouch as this alleged !..i er ,i< -rltH-ii-s \\ sears that wotili) do credit toa THE WEATHER SUMMARY.

Resolved That in thtj'upright life Miami on business.A. ty of ill highest and greatest rlne I. f"a"1.| It ,H '
then they are alrrn.h
I. ( uriztftucran.! Ft.-; I L Howe, Jr ; Climatic Conditions Existing Through ly
of the deceased ehargal.ie against him ran e.eat" i' ;
and unimpeachable record tin Tlustiun'nfilcirN
Ilk: that
T. Pearce In inch more lr
Miami II""I
was i ,.
turd.a"1 a youth of some flfl-ea HUXOI'summers out the State the Put Week.
the youth of ever' calling and I I tics<< upon the pretext of iiifuniu oreIcss let]I I'-.Iouh I'ietr'j
Carl and Clarence tamher: a and men as ; ,s her. xenrthiUR! lor his : Work was well advanced over all

1 every profession, find Ian example party to the Htlluboro Inlet Sunday in i'! In>inh)' really exists. t ,' fleet Is at least R match fir t'e Jap- parents says the $t. .-\u'5t1n.. R'o districts but the absence of neededrain
of the highest If the wxalled lnBir ioi>1 i., km w i .. ,
worthy etiolation; forth
'
Th 3relrob:1'.I. r a ly
their auxiliary yacht and anothi < anew v owiderabUI I
r partyto ord. Th lad has IS"" ": together with low night temiHratiirm. .
Resolved That a copy of these reso- they would. lIP banged for nuirler It egataat'them. r
: Fort frar. Peen though Kvt
Landerdale Monday.W.
active sfr\ke In the i--1'iiitr of a retarded crop growth over
,
lotions be furnished to the family of then would be fewtr nmrJuH coinmatted American sailors ".would! |he mote ; .1:
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D. Sherman made a business call mascot of Company K. Twentieth KlU'l\ the northern and western district
the deceased, and to the prws of city b> 'insane" people! Utvry snilous tor |Ingen-I'nc;: tint III. I
than any
at West Palm Beach Satur'a)'. MUS Volunteershil- he was In lhp.1, and the upper portion or the central
for publication. j man U more or less mesas to the ea- matter 10 h- might be i I l
to I..lrtn. no >
Mr. Hunt ; Philippines with the Kansas tampaayhis district. FVcwt did some alight darnage -
Geo.. L. Braining.. Eugene ig now makluc tent that he is not at himself wbeu I TINS It is the 'ntl; wato ) I
their
moved from their home In to tender
The
irrowth.
parents I
corn
his
headquarters at the i cropas
W. C u tcaJt.: Chapman| hf taken human life It mat be i
,
House Delray. feel. Kentucky and when be turned from a whole U making goml progress.
H. s. MUler. termed<< "emotional insanity" or .any | i iWhen |
ommlttee. The new bakery and Ice cream parks i j| other kind of insanity. The characteriration ( or o other H'r ou be t the Far East be found a deserted I Some young plant have turned yellow -
*
'' j a man | home. Since then, some tlTefllli"S0/ owing to cool alghta.
being erected by 1L J. Sterling. ;
on
The reading of the resolutions! was 11 I is not Important. What soclpty memberif secret order ,
comes a my be has been! searching tb country The balk of the cotton taa
Atlantic Ave. Is bc
nearly completed.The crop
with Interest and is concerned in U that
listened to Intense << A man can : fur i is rsonnl an-11 I I
or other organlzat.on i for rome trace: of his SM'ecu.Few ; planted. Some seed 110...
boilers and engines for the canning over ever. fall to
the aentlmenta they embody were take human life and go nnpiinlshe-t benefiu h< Mx" )>ectr.1 to at I fleast
factory are being Installed this public of the L-teran of fie Spanish i genninate u a result of dry weather.
heartily shared by every one present There are certain times when a roan his memWrvhip dues palO :i
week So far have keep | war hare had more thrilling experl- The early planting has been
they received four choppedto
the
Pending question of their adoption Is justified! by public sentiment in though to tends nn. uugs !|
of p. even i ences than this youth He was a mire a good stand Some
cars machinery and there are t..oor replanting win
Rev W. F. Weather;: W. L Metal killing a person, but even those occasions Neml-occaRlonwIlT. bu: when fellow -
three I only hlld while In the Philippine, but be necessary. Citrus trees
more on the are doingwell
mad Judge A. J. Lewis entertained the way the law does not reonfre. and such Institntlonj-, attends' a
: j join : he had many narrow escape-u On but the prospect !la for
meeting-with appropriate remarks eulogistic Tom McRae la getting quite sporty until we establish the fact In this r'uc- takes pan III .h.- In ..!<>.urns a short
I meeting:,
::0 of the deceased, commendatory in Vs vW ar'v' has Jnst received a I, try and State that the man who takes j' make inn" "" und thenleaves I one occasion he: was with a party that crop of fruit-bloom la not very proline.
before it, a
surprised< by Mores an 1at off YegetaM
was I shipments
of his exalted character, and attributing throughbred English bull pup with a i i life cither premeditated or In 'he heat 'i the ball when emu; J..<1. aI'l ncI I are In
: prominence. pedigree and registration! 'I''of I Ii I from ih:lr sunn Tbs cap' m and a ; creasing.Of! .
him certificates
to aa the a' passion, will be punished for hu.1 I with others, that hp h ti, art.>;!"> in
I lieutenant were killed but the boy escaped
exemplar of his profession and as a yard long i crime, either by death or Impti"'O"I'1m'nt. ,'iliien. il in time 10 ask the qucttltouWell '
public benefactor. Lack of apace de Mrs Eliza LaSalle and son Edward there will be a C"O'IrlntOIlllnlpsj I what ih think"'' enl 'h<- fulmmine the ri 'rIjter i the countries that take a. tr.uth

bars from a report In detail of the remarks who have been! upending the 1I'lntErbpre of lawlessness and! criminal end mur you doinc .<>!ii thinking : h,. went to China anl 7'11'1omder as llo,0't0,0/we worth of farm pr."ll1ctli
Miami
and I iteople of are Gr a< 'the attack: on I'elcln: He from as. Cuba taken U:.OOO.iOO. Denmark -
of the several speakers. Their at Miami returned to their dertMis deeds.The .
.f utterances' brief though they were, Michigan home Monday, Mrs. La-. general und"r landiJ'&,. or the I I I rinht; about nowKey was struck >>. a huilet hlch fc\er'.' $J3.OOIIISpaiD $tuooo.0

track a responsive cbofd In the heartsof Salle 1 I.. the mother of Mrs. F. W.Chap- greater thance now, are '''st I If a I II W'lIt wanis th K I C t' 'l\ tino > his vixal churl and practUalf British South Africa IIO.000.tx. Italj s

all present. On motion of Mr. IL man and A. M. LaSalle of Miami. I man commits murder he wiil 30 free I Iunlen there and Miami coincide with her. bed him uf speech as he cannot rob-I $i4.ioO.Ooo. Canada IST.Ofti.O-W) &>!-

y 'L. HUlierAhe question of the adoption L i The Ladies' Guild of St. Paul's Episcopal -I the circumstances are nrinsual I Ily Those two r..lIOlu..u> puMisint: 111tb. above a whisper< He hits wound ) ,alum 1I: OO.OuO. Netherlands 1S4).iI\ift. ;

at the ,resolutions -.al decided by arising I1 church gave an ice cream social : I attrodouK and unless public senti- j .. Metropolis ye'iTiliv an..ri-*,i, on the arms leg and fool I ooo. Prance 1+ .OOO.OOO. Gto""n1IIH <

vote, which w as'!nnanlmous. at the Chapman House Monday merit I is srouserf' to a high: pitch and .s strnnq ff1.'T1' nf that fief The little soldier wear Vncliim .000).1)/(1. England f 49<<..000.000.I .

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