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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: May 5, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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:rmRIDA PRODUCE-- "t [- ..,I Twelve TO Persons SPANISH-Will HONDURAS Leave Here: To- '''SEVEN TO fiVE, JURY STOOD FOR ,House TO Committe DIVIDE' Will BREVARD Report Favorable I:1 LESLATORSARE- A E EI f


morrow to Settle There. ; Upon the Sill.


; IN BAD SHPE !I On :Saturday: night four tamlll'Io.I '' ACQUITTAL L OF N NAN N PATTERSON I I .I1l..has""e. -norM4. May :3d.: HEAUfU FOR Ml MI

y among those of Messn Lkan and Rob It is learned that the House committee '
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Inion of Cocoanut Groand three 1 -- on city and county organization -
1J ,has tl O( lld to report favorably the
J other parties, making twelve In all I And Upon Disagreement, Was Discharged By Recorder Goff, at an
the Western Market Some j !
Ililll
to Jhiile ftretard county.Vn.lc Inspecting Canals of F. E. C. Co., .
r !Iwlil sail from here on the steamer Mlj j
i Early Hour This Morning. i; \ Jones and Frank Wooten have
; of the Reasons Why. ] anti for Key West from which placethey tn-en here, opposing this measure; : From St. Augustine, South.
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.P will take! a schooner for Spanish while :Messrs McCarthy and Raulerson ,! 4
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\' :New York. May 4. The closing Last pill showed ten for minimal -
I '" have been doing some quiet work for i J
where settle
.I-Mr. J. A. P. Lane ban just re !braid iHonduras, they go to and j scenes early today In the Nan Patterson I land the against acquittal II I The I-glsntase 1 cou.
the nUtsr.ppralydIi
bill which also has the support of I
j engage in the culture of fruit and tcge-1
It is quite certain that Miss Patterson
i a business trip through the orth. j trial were dramatic in the extreme Senator Hudson and )Jr. Olrastead. ) make! an lnxpnftion( tin* ,ranal.
j tables. [ will be given her ball normal
on a
Beat and brings most distressing re-1 I I.The sol) of thin country is said to When the foreman of the jury finally amount and that the indictment j lof the Florida East Coat UnV nal

jparz of the quality and condition of'jbe very productive and the health .*x-1[assured Recorder Golf of the impossibility against her will be quashed by the J. R. Hill of Paris Tenn.. and at|lAnd Transportation Co.. !s sow ln>adli tt

Ida and especially East ,|coa ategetablea ',.cellent, and but for the distance and of the jury reaching an agreement State. She boa faced trial .thr >e I brother to :Mr. L. E. Hill, of this city. !i for Miami Of the p.>r4oniu-l of .'-
on the markets. of that sec- facilities it wouldbe I' among the recent arrivals In Miami. I i committee and Its -Ip" the S'. AuIt..
poor transportaticyi the impatient and expectant {time, twice the Jury disagreeing and Its ('tine RuiMu of Id h
DurIng the trip which consumed 4jiSttyi
:Mr. Hill
prominent in crop shipments, but jibe other reuniting in a mistrial from came here prospecting and
teen Mr. Lane visited th prisoner fell in a dead faint. i! "There arrived In the -'! List :night K
days, mar as It is the only crop marketed to any Ithe collapse of one of the jurors. will probably locate here or else In >
eta"of- St Louis. Cincinnati Louis- l profit and advantage Is banns, millions The recorder Immediately declaredthe I Nothing in court annals in this city Dade county as he Is very much impressed 1[from Tallahassee th" spnhil trunm;:

f. 'Chirl", ,*lOu. lit., and other. jiaccs. : of bunches coming to America jury discharged. This was at has approached the intensity of Interest with the general conditions of I, tee appointed l.y the I- !:udaturf' of
kad at none i.f them iM he bud fi per. :ryearly from there. the soil and climate. Florida to make a tho-mush fnkprrlR.n
i %::8 o'clock and Miss Patterson was attending the climax of this
f fly conditional inmate or otht' vcg- 1 of the canals of the Florida fuml Lino
carried back to the Tombs i.( a chair case, and even at the hour which, was I
,vabla from Florida. All"f'Te ither !'CuDal] and Transportation Company 1,
I green, in bad condition, loosely jtpackd I and the doctors worked nearly an I past midnight the streets around the and report to the 1.e>I"IUU e,
DEATH OF GEN.FITZHUGH hour before consciousness was re- court house and tombs were throngedwith ; WILL COMMENCE ,
"This
;. worm t'ilkn. cat faced, etc? and committee .'On.pt1011 td ;;''t!.- 4
I stored. people availing news from the
were not In deniund uecaufre the gen I ''tor Frank Adam i.f JIJMWV: S-nsu>r
feral quality of the articles \\ouW.not Various rumors are current as to /jury room Mounted police kept the {Thomas S. PavU. of F'o.rnardlm. R -pjrtrscntatlv U +y
warrant. It. r I lEi how'the Jury stood but the Associated crowd In order and a passageway WORK AT ONCE( I Noble, of Lair I-set
Press is reliably informed that the OJH-II for the street cars. ytadve
+ The blame for this Mr. Lane' attachl i II I : : Sprague: of Ptutam. an1 N. \.
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;'ea l, solely to the shippers who" < o 'not 1i i i lAilaras, of Jasper was mix at the J -

F. take enough care or pride In pre laring II I Washington April :23.! -General Htz- GOOD NEWS RECEIVED ABOUT I Capt.A.B.Pottrr sup nnuru.tiu tor (' pot by I'mililvnt' George >*. Mlles of

truck for nmrket. The pack hugh Lee who was stricken with apoplexy the R. G. Roes Jetty Contracting Co.. the canal company. Early this i ''''D' t'

badly do not properly cull U and yesterday morning .after leaving THE KEY PINEAPPLE CROP which has the building of the jetty Ing these gentlemen IOK.-IUIT: with
; In.undeveloped stuff all of hlch Harlem river and en route to this to the north of the new canal beingcut Judge; !>. W. White. A "liiincy. _.|,l I

., nda,to decrease prices and keep back city from Boston died last night at 10 ---, -- ,- --, through the laud north of Norris t Pre \tdent Mile and ( '(>rffj W. .fllbhn M

demand.. He advises better priparai ( o'clock. The funeral arrangementshave Will Be Heavier Than Ever Before--M. John H. Russell Cut. and who. went to Tortugas some !'of the canal colUl>tIny. .left in Ou i

i the fruit especially tomatoes, not yet been perfected thoughthe wet or more ago with the tug Mar- ''company's launch for ih.Maiatitj' =,

.. :says that they should be' thor- body will be carired to the Lee Tells About Outlook and Crop. tha Helen to tow to Key West the I j't, Superintendent f>'ir5c: JGl'iah ..

1 cnUcd, packed closely Jrhere home Virginia for interment. I dredge Grampus and two bargesreicently ',1 i had .;01e down to Oriuoud in ortier ,-

"amdttlon of the fruit will allow Among the tellers in the city today effected by the cold the first part of purchased by his company re- '![" to arrange for another month tit

'. ud sent out. In a oondlll09 that Fltihugh Lee .was born in Cler- are-Mr. John H. Russell and son. the year, there Is every Indicationthat iurm.il to pat Tuesday night 'IH !in riadiuess to IIKVI the .try at
etSable It to reach tile distant wont, Fairfax county Va.. November all of the growers Mil reap gooJ 1 apt Po'ft'r1111 men \Vpdmiula) 'thn end of their six.mile i-.ve from thIlafanzan ..
of Metacumbie 'K"y. where they haven
eta tu good sbape. Mr.! Lane 10 1835. and graduated at the West returnsfrom their crops. .and when questioned about the finIshing I dredge t.i thit working InI

]80 thinks that each shipper houlde JpOlnt Military Academy in 1S56 at the a large acreage of pln..applea1I'hich Mr. Russell himself has In t,,'ent y. ( work on tho jetty said that he'i I South Creek above: that I'OUIOK

\ a registered brand or trad murky head of his class. He was commissioned promises a must productive yield this five acres and from this he will not wuuld commence on the same at once "Tbe party will then proceed uai
'which his shipmenta could Iden- j second lieutenant in the Second season. : aol that if material came as rapidly i I ,
Hal-fa
.IL 4fied."There..' H! | In speaking ofthis* jear's key crop average is expected that the .work would be
T- is a good demand foe good I "tt pines Mr. Russell sage that the Price on the fruit are not yet belns completed inside of two months This oulto lamxm. then 'Ilnnjuh tlto Hsnl-

awes and vegetable wherever<< I j wounded 4n a fight with the Indiana. indications are for a larger' and bet quoted but as the crop on the main. ,it'll)', will U- remetuberetwas started. aver canal to the lo-ltt! r1..or for the.

.been," said :Mr. Lane "but; there I I At the outbreak of the Civil War ter yield than ever l>before and that land was reduced probably one-half laM summer and built to low water Ir.o, mile trip to Juplt.-t. 'flroule

_not a demand for poor un-,1l he was Instructor In cavalry tactics In the fruit will be of better size. On from that of last year. It U evident. narkith nathc stone. Since then !will then lead thn>>-gh Inks Worth

i the growers and stUIr'Ed: to the Military Academy but resigned all of the keys in the vicinity of Met that the prices for key pines this I bo stone I.!.,> settled considerably rejquiring creek and from West >'un! tk-acb
this fact they his commission and entered the armyof acumbie. Mr Russell states that the s'aaon will be better than ever before : the l.il.lon of more of thUI|the coin in it let- will foliose >hM>ik*
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be'i losers and get unsatisfactory re- the Confederacy In which he rose pineapple acreage has been increased! and that the demand will exceed; ex I Dll'tcrlaiturf' I the cap of granite I of canals and Likes to HlnrnTn-t PIT

When the commission houses, to the rank of major-general and had and as the fruit was. not touched or pectations.G. blocks Is put "". Fur thin Captain i:jreturning from Miami by tru1 '

dve poor fruit they can not get command of the entire cavalry corps "h'h __ ___ __ -- Potter -lin.atvx chat It will take .
good prices for It and consequently of the Army or Northern \"1rginfa.At 2.,11'nl', :.. of roik.he SMUGGLING MAY BE CHARGED.
M. BROWN WAS UNSEATED IN TIlE
art' not make.good returns. It|rould the close of the war he returned h ( top, or counts of granite, 45- :
t.seem that any grower would }realize' to his home and devoted himself to 0
r and appreciate this fact." I I farming. In 1885 he was elected Govjernor UPPER HOUSE Of STAlE LEGISLATURE Com. la rail from I'll rl.11111. 8 I'. and i i! Good Reported Found "

4 Yr. Lane also advises shippers not of Virginia. In 1896 he was sent nn:uy nf ho ;V.ililrV! : mil welch:: MIr.ii .- AthlKi Til'd by 1'nif...| Sia'eKi r

r so set out of patience and become d1sI !to Havana as consul-general which po- I{ --- .' ioniu.h the CrM Iran! lo.nl U ;i,'ouri oflrlal' yf''torilty' trim K '!,Wr t'ftiit (

heartened because they do not receive I; siUon he held until April 5, 1898. when ,j I exls'eDd| | ioi>:!:;b., nint \\ III cor.t-l of1 >iu i.. '. .!:01 1 thai ill,. Simtilxb.skanicr +

['promptreturns'from, their shipments he was recalled on account of the outbreak '..la a Patriotic Address in Which He Was Cheered to the Echo Mr. BrownMotes 1 tWI'OI'lih' cmMihi it 1 I. M.Ij| | v. iibe \IUiu which U ashore oti ,

',Ioe'.In t many instances the bouses put of the war with Spain. He was :. That Dr. Baskks Be Awarded the Sui.I. the hpaiii i i'MI,1'r lia.il. ..\ "-i' i iI1 !'the r.,10 near Miami. sad hr wren
e tuff out on credit. and hare tolit ]nominated major-general of volunteers hf K. E t'. Km one linn- and iwo> ;1 i'1 ht to tic litflnl tiMlav' by the wncktri" .

collections before theyrep it toe ;May 1. 1898. and was put In command 'i iI I. ___ _____ __ (or snore etieir.sill i". 't'fJ'llrf'.1 l I'i for il\ni. guys the Tinii's-l"tiliMif ,,;

t hJ per. He says be learned. !much I of the Seventh Corps of Volunteer pull! It. Thnr..'la*.
..:this trip about the vegetable busit 'troops on May 26 of the same year. I I Tallahassee May .. lion. C. M. [tote was finished Mn Brown arose Fur ih, "ii--iili.irnlni: 'hi" r'M'k on i K. \V Jiihndon. IVpiit) t'nltvtl Siailjrsh.il --* ;

{, t In the places he visited and -now-: At the close of the war he was placed 'j! Brown, representing the Twentieth Land i asked for the floor He said that I iho lar;;i ''i rru'k liars-s whlrh will! ', '. t. Ic::rapht. +I t- Marshal Ift.1 r .."

; the same conditions to prevail els<>- I in command In Havana Province. 'I Senatorial District embracing the Ibe, did not desire to stand in tho way oouve\ lo the| Jetty sad\ nwln! ? it in- "tlr.It that the ga'sla ,.on.t.,1

here he unhesitatingly says that the j remaining there until the island was {(counties of Marion attd Sumter. in the of the interests of Marion and Sum Ito plus \ ..1niir I Irars has been built! frcm th. i.k and taken to hrU'rsl .
'- leant ( .(State Senate was today by his own {ter counties; that be wanted them to '11.' tt'rmlnpl d's-k. .
Ion houses or at the |!delivered by the United States to Cu- .nt > :1r.l' sal on are in a act .'.uIItlni.an.t should'
.eater majority of them. are.fair and |!ba for home rule. request unseated, and Dr. A. P.Iias- [have representation In the Sf'nateandIthat the d.se-! -inrh of the! cw>I bins It :... Boll I lit ones to ohiam anything;

Dorable in their dealings with' rhlp- General Lee gas. one of the South's :I kln, of Dunnellon Marion County 1 as the tone of the Senate was will |I.. 'if",! li. ,1, ii'lrk.! from 'hi' for them Th. \\'t.'I."N wartltflin w
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and do the very beat. th&r can 1 foremost men ; a great soldier and a.. seated in his pace. [apparently against him. he would l ak (curt abort 1 'h.. t>:ari. i>rtl< r IIMII I by JiKhri-.......... for h-' "

,all consignments,sent them, and i The question whether or not :Mr. ;that the vote be made unanlinoiitbati The 1.41:1\.1: L w.l I" ""'lIrl..1 up -,,!1., of >h> I.IIKII and tli- deputy i.m.fc .,

i the men on this end of the deal ,I revettedthroughout I Brown was entitled to the seat as 'i, be unseated and that Dr. Raskin'be I t! ho il.r from the (..iimclrlnit) a-i "' freqfiently ,senator from this district, was raised appointed to fill the vacancy. than used ix.ttitian.r.. '.., .
the poor returns they ;I A fore* of'nun \ at "'" r to lake eh'rCtof; the ...i-| }
jve ,because do not in the Senate this morning, and whena I I Mr.Brown's remarks made him many !' 1 M I.on ..11"rl.. ':111I it
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,< simply they i' ANOTHER SUIT FI!ED. J.: ; Thf r.tr:o "f lht\ Alicia U sail toW
"'ke.:the interest in vote was called for an expression friends and admirers and he was t. ups liuiiltm It th, they
and ar. lo
proper care ,I land exec( llogly valnabl, an It ('teala.
i '.preparation of their ehlpmr its. i! In connection with the suit brought ,of that body the oplon seemed to prevail {I roundly cheered both bj Jhe Senau !ba:i;' v h.-r..> it r ill' be loaded aboard nl Ur;;tl ly of illks. ,..'"t'I. ...In.-. ad,
!la Jacksonville a few days ago; by that he was not. and before the and spectators. ill:III"r". !liquors fromiiln: \ larite nrtloii,

# Prof. R. E. Hall scptrinlcn.public cut of Francis E. Saunders and husband |, .- Ibe toes Martha Helen, in command of the cargo. has Men arealI and ,'a" y
schools of Dade count will !against IL_E. Tuttle for an undivided !I: FINE BUNGALOW. i j I It is said that a prominent young "I of <'apt. romlH-rsT, and the Bon Ac. rind to K. -jrV.-t. 4

[.leave. next week for Tallahassee to half: interest In certain Miami real | :, lady of Taiiipa. now \ h4 tlo:; rrlaihi-s I cord. Captain John Prow, will do theto'lng There have IKH-H reports of all kinds.
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Attend the annual session off State testate and more commonly known as ,j Mr. John Donk to Construct the Same Iin Miami, will be married here to iII I of these lighters and barges of irregularities In connection with the

feuperlntendentswhlch will' cone the Fort Dallas Park Reservation, j'' For the Owner. I well to do young business man of Taiu I i bat k and forth from the jetty. wreckers at work on the wreck of the A
T >ne,there' on the ninth and continue there was filed another suit against I pa who will come here for the C>T>*- Alicia. It is reported that the customs

Ih I.th'ree, .days. As this will caijse. his George! Ambrose Worley Carrie R.1 Mr. C. J. .... Allen, of Louisville Ky. 'I uiony.SuMrintendenl. !I ELECT OFFICERS.. authorities have found a quant .

from the city on the Second Tuttle Carrie H. .Fowler Peter Ravenhall. who has purchased six acres of bay I \ Ity of goods on some of the wrecking

T In the month the date> f\the Ralph Worthington George front land adjoining Mr. O'Brien', Van AnKlen of theP. |Dade County Security Rcporttd schooners after the vexiwls had di.

lar monthly nef ting of the? hool G.RambO Stephen. Blundy. M. R. Helium place just south of Buena Vista baa I S. RUSH dreddng operations In the; I In f Flourishing Condition charged their cargoes and declared 4

| Board the meeting has been postponed Frank T. Budge and B. Genovar sent-his manager, Mr. John i Donk of I bay rturned Wwlnemlay from a biml- j At the annual meeting of the tockI there as nothing else on board. The

[b;pill the 1flh.or_ third Tuesdays the enants and ones of certain lands in Tallahassee, down to begin improve mess trip to New York and other I!hollers of the Dade County Security goods found have been seized and chares

month.. tUf the said tract of laud by conveyance ments. points. During his absence the work Co'opany, held last week at the oMee of smuggling will no doubt be niiH. d
l1: from H. E. Tttle. The al- Mr. Donk brought plans for a nine-
; specific here has been under the directionsof of the cashier officers were elected against several of the wreckers: for all i
County Superintendent R. K. Han I legations are indcntically the same as room bungalow and Is now having estimates Mr. C. C. Ely. of Savannah who 4as follows for the ensuing year: of the goods are liable to duty.

''rya; that In visiting schools h4 takes i those in the suit against H. E. Tuttle, made by local contractors came down for that purpose, and who l! J. E. Lummns president. It Is probable that the order for th"sale
> ot4 of many things outside of!school I particulars of which were published and will at once let the contract: and will 'i I J. I. Wilson vice-president. of the wrecked cargo will >>.
now return to that city where he
J';room" matters. At Cocoa Plum heIlooad i the Metropolis yesterday. have work started. Mr. Don win also baa charge of Rosa operations In the 1! W. T. Miller, cashier and secretary made today by Judge Locke and that
; the young lady teacher with all I Us pendnm notice of this cult has begin clearing the land and gettingIn Savannah River. i> John Sew!!, treasurer. Martha Horr will leave today for

t'her papas armed with grubbing hoes i been filed In the clerk's office of Dade readiness for a grove. rllrt"Ctora-li. B Shaw, C. P. Nor Key Worst to carry the order into vf-

and picks making a furious bn linght county. The property Involved Is the Mr. Allen has owned valuable property i Urn, F.V.. Ann HOD and C. A. .McKinInon 'feet
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,"on some stubborn pine stumpa la away moat valuable In Miami It consists of near Tallahassee for year wherehe I Mr. Albert Kanfmann. of Weet I

| that would make the Japanese several acres of land ls!: off into has spent his winters, but desiring Palm Beach was a visitor in the city The company U in a thriving ...nJI Or'* 1.. C. Dearborn of the cln.nil .

..ashamed of their little .&1: en- streets, blocks a .U lots, aDd umtalns to get into tropical Florida he Wednesday and that night left for a 1 vsi-eedlngly' prosperous condition, 'earn received a telegram on Moa.iay

terprlsmr young; teacher $ ,beside' the historic old Fort Dallas, has invested here where he will establish short visit to Havana. Mr. Kaufmann which is ('\!1jM\t.'t'lt br rue net that It pfternoon from Dr. J F. Smith, of the

,lloemed one of the jj I I from which It derives Its name, a a-comfortable and beautiful intends to locate in Miami and open i lha. more than |l0 loaned In Mi 1' tbytcrian Ho lal.. Chicago, stating

;Lards In the State to what promises i number of magnificent and costly residences home. up a first-class photograph galleryjn i {i ami alone thai U.T I r jx>ra'lon' ha } been performed L
of neigh- them being those of The Metropolis Is pleased to extend which profession he Is thoroughly I. i '
.' be a thing beauty. Thf| among qua Ithat day ipun S. 0 1.11: and that the
have become Interested and" are Ralph Worthington Frank T. Budge. a cordial welcome to both these good ifled to satisfy the most fastidious i .i Card of Thanks ilatiet.t s ,'ond'i: 'm wasg' .,., and that
ding contributions of fruit trees, Stephen Blundy, the Seminole Club families and to wish for them many IUpon his return from Cuba next week \\.". desire in this way to express he wa ioi| 1"0; '' u:* -'tr.' went to

.;aha e.trees, flower cutungs Of. TJie building and annexes Peter Ravenhalland i years of happiness here. : :Mr Kaufmann will po to f'altn Beach i eat heartfelt thank for the timely (Chlra<> a.;., it 'tw" "." "> acts rue the '..

,,example -of this young! lady f using: operated upon for

Wecl. .lesson In landscape gardening 1 The suit will no doubt prove inter- Hotel and will remain here until the I hit family here. he having already hors and friend during our recent l'tutoor 3 tt tack and his friends her

',J might be followed advantage Jesting and 'tI111lnvolYe a legal battle J building Is completed aid- will them jioade rogem'nta for a home for distress and bereavement will be :lad to learn that he withstood

th L."'.:. ;i' L of"langstanding'and .hot. contention' bring down his. family. !Ithem. ; '.1 .4 Mr.. and Mrs. D. A CaldwcII. lLa operation no creitfutty and well.1I .
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MiROPOUS r--I FREAK LIQUOR BILL. I SOUTHERN SUMMERS. but it conies back again and lava-I holdof !,boat 'erIce, and ascertaining whether I ARE NO BETTER OFF 4

MIAMI! 1 I its \ictlm( and he roust jiel.I. ihtiew law, promulgated by the I The Tallahassee correspondent of the '

e Mr Bryan reur t tt mutt Tl'ml1.l'hill'ull Many of the Florida people who for Here was an [Instance which well that of SupervIsing Inspectors are Metropolis commenting upon the. j

Published E c-v Friday in the Metropolis \\'.. co'ii'iv n'<* inl n.uiod a meri: went to Northern summer re nerves to' point a moral or adorn\ a i i. t:'.; complied, with. As a genera'lun amendment and passage of the Eu&

Building.f. bill amendi':4 -.',.t i--a ", ot n f,'r now the coast resorts or Idle If all 'IIII' should h.lha.1 inside he finds that vessel owners are Coast Extension bill by the Legislator, r

I 1 I.".... tr:> I *. !StAoDida.! S"-l fr'it. it i! uf the Stat' i .)ii;'iitui4-in, to '1\.1! their own. State. The Contineu'al Hotel information ato the "market," -..: lu accept the changes railed for covers the ;roan concisely and sara:

lit ; : at Pablo! Is patronized cow. to a It was this man. lie was In touch w4th ''ny'' i min! new order of things nml that: the The pass.is-L. of the East Coast ute
u-. f i"oa 6 flay"ayI f4-tare.1
-- '--- ; !taro; ('\t"ut. by I people; who formerly all the flnaiici.il l I' ad'rat.| Me was at the ad'i!: iotial ijinpiiH tits providing for lion bill ou tint ading\ by the House ''

I.. rte" .,. 's't"r.; at :MaauuF iVt..r as a iKveraeiIb forever pro- went to famous! coast resorts fuiih head of :i M,: ".111:'. Ill" sons Knew -;r. a''r saf"n in case c< fire, which : last Saturday cl>.. ? the' IegtslaUve

a. us ."" ? ?-last n.aUer. "'.i.i-'d I ,n the Slat of Florida., North :'i fact. they are at the Co- e\actl!> h.n' wa mine ...i. and yet an- .h( that r ,changes the lass are career of this r.. ; .o :,jsurt'! It Is

.. -- --_."*-- ( uj. arty sane man support or us1I t.ni'iai Bering! the sumnr' nmntlisnot the inurket went the o'h'ray.. Her bete! hil'lod as rn (Hilly as practicable ( Pl'CII.Ibat t.o\err.aT Ci, .ward -wi1IPs 1
". r "oat Sit s rn newspaper "..b.
I'i irr!'? t r? In hhat of such a bill cud. from Florida but from :Maon. is a wartiinK for ev>-ry business; mail 'o .vf r May I. 'ranulated!\ corn ant a ".ve the an now that Action 'rh
$ntd oN' then .inland ofthe U'fted
.' I' uuu'! 1 seem cot, anti for 11<-\"Ir.11:: ( Atlanta. Montgomery, Birmingham and not C'Le but who i. tenip'd sotnf !io'" life pr... rvers must lie removed ... L -n stricken out. .tad M la sate
.
tufts
leasotis., cue of which :is that an attempt amt other places.-Deljmd Roc times to make a little! money on the from: vessels. Already l steamers! that Io sa. I ii.it he would r.i-' have done to

to stop. the manufacture. of r urd. o..t"I.-ln. taleI fiver in blocks or l.n. curried these life preservers haveon'.t had not ::te measure beet so modified
On. year.Those . . .. . . .foo
'qiior would be tutt 'o rp r .,r add This Is! (corrct and strange; to say wheni. i '.1 tho sulld cork' and other asp as to I j-ave the road la the hands cf
eat !DOn:!;.. . . . . !.till
tn ,ifi- farce of a law that 1 J. beenn the further South one goes In SIIIIIIIHI It I is u tedious process, hiivinc in the ,<' i'1 life preservers the railroad! colnm lIlon.
; l>ayiLgaiits o advance wiU: rcave -
a years s IMIpjioti for 1.511. ir.fi for years, ante! t.< attempt time the more pleasant is the weather routine cf. business, and It Is exceedlnly '"Inly tat the new laws passed by It Is, however, difficult to see what.?

BITcWw. flIot.tts tiilwcription! ror 71Ibtrul '<, slop ITS transportation In to the Right here In Miami the sunnier tentpeiature hard work. It is HO ta,,> to makea ('''10 ;r..1 at the last session will go hi been gained by the ion: and heat .

State, would\ be an ac' ifolerahli' 1111nH'FJI1e\) as much lower few" thousand, by the rise of stock, .ntii effect and there will be some radical ed controversy over this bin. The
This is a dlscoiiEi to iii- o
and l iiKPrfen-nce with th v eonstitulional !than Jacksonville and Savannah as and yet "he III..talan' rare that a ; < h.insri The inspection of sailing East (fcast lt'Jlway Is certainly *
.4 dote & .\ .rice peymensFRIDAY DOJ
I.r'rtly: ;-- ) rights; American ci'venship, ,:these places do X.w"ork and n....- man has made a fortune in this way. :' ; \. ss, U ou'rtst cross tons will be Letter ou: nor have the Interests of the

J ,!.AY 5, 1905. that wouid: not b* Flood by the people ,ton. Why Because the temperature There are men in New York and Chic- ills "nimmd' after that except those public be. n advanced In he sllgldecree. .t'

Thai :Mdroixilis! is oppose! I to the is. more even the year round than it so:: on the inside' men of great ability *:iilin:: \a'ss<'!ls winch carry passengers ; L'niUr the l1r" ions of

it No fear need 'f' felt for the peach liquor dame In all of1 s forms, but '!'Is I further north never tai cold in wintir shrewdness I U>ve,1! hradiiln and of aii'l ih.'y are very few" original; bill the East Coast people' ,

c c'f>, It ran btj mints by as many I] it does nut al'proor any such lee/ and never: too hot In su umt'r. never tiring \\all hfuln"b" who make u-- would hive Ixjec Loun ; .-'iwn hard aaJl'

tT;>tts"as con' along. that It is a ialdlion as that proposed by Sir. Bryan if people only realized this fact money out of the market lour they are ORIGIN OF MEMORIAL DAY. fast t. as it now s'an 's :bey can come

k'v (" prized slli'alt). and don't believe bl'. e'n.. is ,.-rions =.would get out of the fashionable ihe exceptions The ordinary man has Ij Wednesday was Coufedt rate before the rain.! .,c! rIm! itsalon and

t, 1"1 l Trenl. bills aloue We hue had' wa.v of going:: to the upper coast resorts no business m it. and had better stay M-i.nrial Pay and, on that day a nun should: the entcrurse i'rot a colossal

J Ufprofentatlvca Hull now says he euoiKli of such measures In tho pan : for nothing: more than to say out. He will live loner: bo huppit rand her nf old. soldiers, were discussing:: Us failure ask for an in. ran In frelsJUfj I
I'
} -''t irll what ie Japanese will do i 1 and in no instance have they :inioiltited "I went North," and remain at the have more monev Nashville! u'r.1 tlOIJ. ha-n. how anal by what in-- and passengers rites A 4, under the?'

v.tfcm the nes fifty years. That's tu as much as the tli::<< lIIi'; i. over 'Southern resorts they would l spend American ci-ntl- I I'+ hud Its birth. None of them NVhraska .teoislun! t r..r la no doubt

a; right, Covert ', the Russians would th<.m. their siiiniiu rt. much more comforta -o--- km.w ?.iiie, hal) heard but had forittin. but that the courts \. old sustain]

Ut to know wb t they win do within This liquor bill b* longs: In Hi" freak ble. HOW BILL WAS /AMENDED. ,,. : while!! the majority! of th"tn the demand.: I

o :.11. at five m oft.'q (class with a port h at the t(.;: It is p frnnity! admitted they did not know The p it in wh b.1" peopla of the,f"

j -o about as foolish as it is uu'i'. andsill TO ELIMINATE MOSQUITOES. Section 5 of F. E. C. R'y Extension SM cal lillzeos were questioned on S'- .. clileOj c, ,' t. howeter.'j.

l.rce crop f Louisiana amounts probably never be cuter ',lit',1 hy Measure Changed Satisfactorily. ih.. .siitiject. but none of them ktcw or t !hirr "i""' s act beromya

i to about $15.040,1fortyfour 0 a year. There are ,I those who have its tli.-iHsiilon in I>r J. I). Rush writing about mosquitoes I could \ <>!nnt.',T any Infornuiliou. exc. : la 1.ta 'auuici!' wt :nay rest as-J

rico ir !is in the Slate each hand. In Inland towns gives this advice The Tallahassee correspondent tif jit tholar,' fact that It was a days sired that the extension to Key: W.

c coating from $4' 000 to $60,000. Rice -0CLEVELAND'S-- for their partial eilmlnaton which the Times Union under date of the i "'!,,{"fil for 'OclIlIDlllrarin once a will eventually t*> constructed cube i

- yields a' profit bout double tbat of ; Is applicable as well to sea coast towns ZGih thus tells of the amending of Sec. I year the luemory of the Confederate In :Mr Hailers life time or by

wheel TRIBUTE. and which contains valuable informa- 5. of the F. 1C., Ify extension bill : ,'..1.The same Ignorance, no doubt trustees of his estate after his dea v t'
;' and' the adoption of the entire ,iQl In .
tlon. If heed and followed: I I prevail tlscwhere: and did\ so prevailIn -
: its amended form by the Senate. : Of one thins the people can:1.feel}>
i Now that the "rill Mil, and one section President Grover Cleveland paid i "I desire through your paper to express -' on that day as Hon. B. M. I *r
I "Toward the close of the morning:: I proud and satisfied. The
waa
o I country
an opinion the of
of it in particular, has been this tribute to the late Joseph JeCfir- I' upon source Blackburn answered a question relative
- ; session of the Senate Dr. Crlll announced safe; when Roosevelt was In the Far
changed so as &o suit the wails of I Hon, when apprised of his death at j I the mosquito pest, of many Inland I to the origin of Memorial day
e that he was about to leave |West banting hear.
lIort bfoads. howfprs! and hirelings It :: Palm Beach a few days ago: ,towns. We expect to find mosquitoes I through the Journal of that city as ;

- remains to be s< >n what they will find "It Is difficult for me to speak of f on the coast, but towns located In the on mmlu..I1\'ork., and asked unani follows.
| mOils consent to amend his bill providing Here Is what Gen. Miles has to aa/
midst of
beautiful clean
nrit to harp on| Mr. Jefferson. He was so closely I my 'I' lakes no "A number of ladles representingthe
for the const rut clon of a concerning the Impending
eagage.
--.-oOne -- friend his delightful traits wenso swamps or stagnant water as In tho rall-I, Soldiers' AM Society, of Colum I'
from the mainland to the ments between Russian and Japanes
" of the prominent Workers of the !I made manifest to me In confidential location of Orlando we should not have way bus Ca. visited on March 1:. 1SGG,
Key West for the purpose of ( fleets: "If the battle Is draw an4
them. Have
wbiaen'K clubs 'thinks the fathers I i Intimacy and my love for him was you ever observed the Linwood cemetery to give a spring
I great quantities of debris in the formof nating such parts of section I 5 'nml-I I I (both fleets destroyed it will be a strut-
choald organize congress They nave6i.ts i itht'Y j i so great:; that his death causes me to dressing to the gravel of Confederatesoldiers :: '
bill had been to- between the two y.J
I who makes the i I feel like a mourner whose ",,. ,now ; empty .cans, bottles, etc.. that are as objected While! attending this duty I tide powers tav
t- pod tlt1eot i was granted and all of section S "!;build their fleets. If Russia succeiNftfjla I
I i heaped and scattered both Inside
up
little daughter ot
tb mothers' asI should be silent | they observed the
epceches at congress I lowing the words "Key "'('St" fO"I' destroying the Japanese fleet Japan t
,
.
> ,
: d outslle of the ri limits? These
"All knew friend's professional : Mrs: Williams gathering wild ftow..rtI.and ,
kr as they 't have W listen toher my I
; !catch a quantity of whenever it cut out amendment.. Dr. Crlll .will: lie at the merry of Russia 8tte-< !
supremacy and his conscientious service I placing them on the graves of fni-
: \ in prof""l'looaJ'ork., many ,v rains, and retain it Ions enough to : asked that the bill be placed on Its : unknown 'Confederate dead Thus via will then be the, great power In the. i

batch all the mosquitoes to I i final I iKissaQe."Senator I Fast rivaU-d: only by great: Britain.
bow zealously he defended dram.me necessary the Immortal suggestion;; of orcanlicdremembrance
t ::1'r re' ace l':03: arrests for drunk- the \
tantalize and the Inhabitantsof Hudson fcM: that he fell Kus&lan duet U .estroyed. Japan
art and how completely) he illustratedthe poison was given to these loyal
<> I:, Er>a"fc ya latt"y< ar and only that the bill in Its amended form pr<. w.ll. u.ihe' dictator! of the Orient anew
, importance of its cleanliness; a much larger: place than our city.Another I Southern wotmn by the Inborn pa-
k : ",:06 in New Yd :k. This Is net a very j| rented nothing objectionable, but he this n fj arouse me Aniatie elementssome -.>
many !knewhow" harmoniously his source in a limited degree, 'rlotUni of a, little child ; Memorial ...
t.od t..tnr f r'the -fity of ('hutch.et would like to have another day to iOO.000.000 of people. Including
:! qualities of heart and rlol.&<1 and con can be traced to the neglect of many I lay( had Its origin in the impulse that
Perhaps the law Is more strictly hack ('011&1<1. t it. and! asked'! that it be allowed ih>se of India, Chalnu Japan-*nd'
science bh>ode'lln the creation of an yards by having open cans bottles Iablrlb to the Confederate Cause;
eL1f.ol'f'Rd *m thj| Brooklyn side of the and buckets lying + to lie over until tomorrow, which! we may see: history repeat Itself, and :|
around for
honest uprUhl hincere and Godfear tenor liuuK'i'iit devotion to the Southern
bridtt':: :If fifteen days. Of I be fiiiallx reduced to n motion. The may have: something like what ,vu;:.
ing [min I believe that in death he course no onewishes hon'e.
motion wa* lost and the hill was pine done under the leadership; of Genghis):
Chas nached a world where the men: or expects to develop such "011 returning to their homes these :
-Tetcncn: Ciil.4 OutpnsV is the name I I 1..1| upon its third reading! and a..s..d. Kahn and Tamerlane."
# I' ; of Cod abounds; and I know that in pests as they but are simply neglectful i rue ::;'lIIth'rn"olllPn decided: that day !
+t' 11( w Floril i.pnt>!ic ll m published of the laws "Accomian\m the 0'"- on Ihe bill 0 0o --
of
I :the world of men the sadness of his hygiene. NOW as to 't>> organize the first Memorial .\IIS'"- ,
the In''n'tot''! -f Vetc-ran City a new were many tvnlanations.. Senator Admiral Toga must needs dup <.
'loss will be felt the most by tht."h.I.I1..bll1l the prevention.f\ all empty cans.hotiles !I uati..h that was Instituted In the
,'n projected_: tt: St. Petersburg doa and other debris Illount asked to be passed. m his men for victory in the ,
That Is
bett not South, and with a view to making!
; til* Nest OaaJ. and which it Is pro- hauled out of the city be hurled, and "When Senator Clark's name was It general Mrs. Mary Ana Upward lag naval battle. Rujestv>>nsty: ,ap'pears ;
--0i -
10 setthl ? lhiwY' -who wore the in connection with uhs: let 'the !sanl rent bed h.. slated that he was paired I "11I18 11111 pate her name, aol f* to have the largest' number of;iI .
:
,
FT'S' !aand: the ) ray. i Why will\ men question the Bible. tar; offlctr S. tat each hiatus holder: :1 with 'Senator Jacksonwho' was againstthe naiiits of her associates to glory by vetSa'Lan,1 the greatest number ofguns.

o-_ Iliiudreds and thousands do it. Some looks carefu his! bill The fate of Japan almost dts!j
.ilur her I
or prem addressing, a letter to The Columbia .
Professors J: the Chicago: l"nl\er- i question authenticity. entirely, while lass then w..in a-heiiis.,. 'Orlando I,, "Senator:; Hudson .aM that he would Times which 111"t'r remain a part ponds l upon the I8lUo{ this struggle' ,']

-, K,t) claim to. J lave remote i cats to others only In part If one part Is has no mo-'nito? KJEFFERSON'S I vote for the hill, but would have likedto of the imperishable service." i Equally matched as to vessels and,$

life that bii'i 'een "..a& :i minutes. wrous.::: Is all wrong if one. part is -o:- had another day to lent Into it. guns, there would) be little doubt u
"It would be impossible for a people '
tb.r Wt dead only in i.s all The credibil\ to who would achieve the victory
Prt'bably re a : rlhl.I right FIr.ST: APPEARANCE "Senator Harris staled that he sospatrol I i
sacred th-lrcalendar
I'" hate a more day on .
f; few of their i. ue lives. And why re- : sty of the Bible has been sustained with :Senator: Stockton with i ---S
than Memorial Day and it
} ttc/r1-;..s'' Ai| one who does it is no or demonstrated in many ways, and Th .1, h of Joseph Jefferson recalls. I the understanding that if section I 5 of l!I is fining\ that the schools of the city The Chicago strike is gradually drift?

frit nil "C our. I those who chose to diwnss the Iner the su of his first appearance on the i the bi'i! was! amended the pair was should' be clollt'd' tomorrow in Ing into lawlessness. Chicago Is a city _

j its of 'Ins great boo::, know it In lie stage. It was a long lime ago-1 :H3:: !' released and Senator Stockton dcsir- ;I orler that the the land of strikes which breeed lawJeut: "L

;'h.. s1..t-tin (.f James M. Jarkfuin, innCoins, writlnss.:; monuments loe\'nly"I'l'ars. when" Jefferson was:! ed the statement made that he would\ ':should'bv led ytoUt grasp the character They would not be) tolerated In the .

Jr.. i-J; MIa.1I.. i the: presidency of the ': auks and many other evidence* found only 4 years old and It occurred in a I| not only hate \ot.-d for the hill hut uf the anniversary. It is a holiday South A riot! in the South would notv

Flfl1'it.la :Uwji im.1 AMX-iutlon.. .. atan ir. Es.vjit. Assyria and Babylonia verify Washington: theater Thomas n. Uk'!. ,i would have supported It on Ihe !floor in the but s'ns-In the sense mean merely a few broken heads and.5"l

h'JQf aorthl! bet-to*ed. as uo man thc S< ript il Tord in man) who was then a famous "Ilator Mn.ss.I! v nad:, he doubted ,! outrages on individuals It would meaal
comeilan. -
negro
ihai it is a holy dav. A cay sacred to
sy ia Oje State s inds higher:: in his pros "'a>.t.Kxraailcin. brought him upon the stage; and the ( onstltutinmtlltv! of the hill hut It of th.- demoted: patriots: who dead! men.until the thing: stopped. dWJ
nn-uiorv
f4-e), en thaw I '" The next, annual : has rt-vcale l the sites emptied him out of bag he had was of FIII.h'asl l importance that he advantage: that the South has Is that
fa carri battled! so ;gallantly:: and unsw Iflshly
A .tail tint of tht: .\ lals and traditions as a rule employers and employee! gek

In <;aln': >vIlK- Levy County Timrs- i Ni3' and, hm supiil'i'd! tnor,' nr.ounccmenf tote for the bill Senator: Blonnt sail"\ alon; together amicably or when there/
'Ibechnrai-Ur of the day should never
I I.."i'iiMe: dat i coix-crnini:;: the t'H'ua !tadit's aiid gentlemen I'd have that If his vot" h.11 I been; necessnrj are differences !the)' aro settled peartlIy :,
you IK.- !lost sight of. :Memorial Hay
"rat. .Ju.r L'Eif\ of the Jacksonville ate relision! its ilift;erence in spirit fur to know to cure the passage of the bill, ht
should never be allowed"\ degenerate
Eau, saga eats hat a ct-rtan individual fi-un the Israelil.--h\ religion despite. I ae cot a little darkey here to juirp would have soft r for it. He said that i -- .
in?o a day do\ n over to sport should
re Miami buy a dictionary on the in certain repem' lances In rites and sere Jim Crow.'" h,' eons! lend the Mil In violationof The people! who come to Florid U
'n'I.'r partake of ;h< character of the: '
mnnitThe t. >ade has shown that roiinMtiuidiial: pru\'i d" .v.hkb Inhibit speed the wlnt. to recuperate their:
stalment plan, -tw-n. dollars down and | The little: chap with blackened: face > 'Continental; Sunday.. "
a a dollar a mileath. No doubt the Sun Caiman had a culture\ and clvili/.allun i and make-up precisely like his long sf>ecial legislation; In favor cf railroad health frequently return to,

nrnti thought 1llt decided It too cruel distinct! from that of the Babylon. and lank companion, according to the !i rorip>1n''<-i and, wnul.l therefore Some people may And fault against =Northern homes early In the sprioiw

to remind Kcne person that iMisniMT inn, Egyptian and Phoenician tyjH'S late :\1..... John Drew, who witnessed I j vole' No, but he Mi that no bill was the remarkable career of George B. ht'u the atmosphere Is the purest anciiji .,

arrnnteai'nm could he made :!..x'M> years H. C. and corroborate the ptrformam'e.Mlnstantl assumed so fraught with l><-nt tirence to Honda Cortelyoti and attribute t to a streakof i he weather cogdltlons! best suited tai'

3 .hr..by Bend of Trade dues couldt ) (lie Bible as to the period when Israel the exact attitude of Jim Crow Rice ns this n'eiiMire end, that the hole luck. Luck, If there s sch a th 011:. 'build up and strengthen the Invalid.:',

.obtained control over the regions for :' Sidl.. would I be hfn'lilll'd.i The soa bathing along the AUantlofrom
paitf same basis. and sang and danced in Imitation of nay have been a factor n the great J.
o n-erly dominated by the Ca nan nil..... the sable comedian, a perfect miniature i| roll-call) the vote was- str del made by th s man, bt twas Jacksonville to Miami is equal .to

'i 'tor uf the It was lone ago demonstrated that "Yean--.Mct.KrK Adamx.Alford.lirown.iCanova 1 any found In the United States,.an4
Mr 1\Nii..r. inspe< wa- likeness of that long, ungainly Lot all.. Ability figures more prominently -

tor ., > rlgld in his cxaininalion'it the flora and fauna the geographical grotesque and exceedingly droll come ('nrl<'r. Crane, ('t\>,,. Crlll.Kaulkmr. ? than: any other agency in the the Impression that the heat Is unbear-i

S. private water,, roirreftions
lIt remedy leakages there IH little\ Palestine. lime peculiar phenomena Since then he has delighted! runty i I phrles. I...H>. :\McCrear" Massey Neel. on of th s case will show breeze Is always refreshing and inuig-

th'obt hut liat he will run ncnLiij ..... : the physical features, the various thousands from countless stages.; Sixty i New Inn. Raney. Sams. Scott Wads: !him to be a most remarkable man In orating, and each year the fact is bong r

f, u.: J.Iu'f" sorely In need of sanit. crop and .products of the soil the years after that scene Mr. Jefferson north. West. Wiiwni and 7.101.-25.: 'hat respect. Grovel Cleveland first made< clear to hundreds! uf people tj tat'i

4 e. Tt .. ; IL Miami is a city clean lacs manners and customs of theIHople. 'and Mrs. Drew appeared together befuPt "Na>'"-The president aixl Senator 'discovered Msalue as a secretary; Florida U as good a locality

i- atsrce the "rn;:e, bait filthy jicople etc. arc acciiratriy described! many audience: in a company of Illounl.: pjilred ('IIIf'r\ and Jackson\ IcKh.. -y realized It and returned him cuperatlnj In summer as la .fori'

sun! W ft' 1 eery where, and there ''nr intelligently mentioned In the "all stars" and It was such a company j against:: Abs nt Bailey and! Oa i'I... and Iliiose1! regarded him of greater Those who ran do so should try "

s mat, n.....'fc-arily be some here Thisis spiritual records By such authors as one seldom s.'CS, Mr. Jeffers-TO "On motion of Senator Harris the worth and he was made secretary of a season If seeking after

the right j't-ason tu put t'n'IIIII'.." in is Josephiik. Tacitus! Pliny Suetonius. was a past master in his roles ami : bill was immediately certified io the ihe bureau of commerce and labor anj Gainesville Stun .

3 a Ksciury condition' and Mr. Kt'mpt'r Herodiiins and other profane writers.the there will\! probably never be another !HOIIW. where it w;1.. referred to the later had him made chairman of the "'bat will" ;;done to him' asks th"

v li be serving the public bv rejiort HIMe, ns is well J.no.Is corrohcirn'fd n..... :'olalaprop like Mrs. Drew'--at least committee on railroads, after the pas Republican National Committee. Ills Boston Herald of the defaulting bank

nor alt plac
wr ; teachings (-c-xecutk and follow : 2.n> copies! .printed) need comment He was the of the fer a penalty equal to that a.1

in,: of Christ being recorded b)' varIons SPECULATION. The committee on railroads and\ factors making the success of the Republican on a less respectable criminal who :

y II Is to t* hoped) that In the months historians whose accounts arc -7- 'telegraphs, of which Mr. Dorman l IIII ticket assured, Free of that a bank with burglars toola The }

I: i yarn toFrome m hen the courts will accepted: as authentic. The xiade; olI f Another man falls a victim to sperm I ihalrman.considered the Mil at a meet I task he went back to a cabinet position Legislature! of Pennsylvania at Its sec

W .-nton'lnf.tbe! laws enacted by the I! the modern explorer Ts provlne. aexcellent ;? 'Inn He was one of :Md"raukee> Ing this evening, and will report It being nominated postmaster gen slon just closed, voted $::;.000 to erect'a
.
prefect leciAiatnre; that none of them .witness and archeolnglca ;'imminent ("citizens a man of .I. bark to. the House lu the moriii, eial. and is now about to leave that statue Inthe State House groundsof

-c will be! found inoperative or useless research Is supplying- romnwatlo. awa i 1.. ,1't-iMn. '-.<: h position, with, office to become president of the a man who, when he was State

e: by reason etror and mistakes in !and convincing testimony of the Bi It name ho. urr1' u'' respected. HiniiiMren ", NEW STEAMBOAT LAW. Equitable Life Insurance Company, apt Treasurer Mat In private adventure

framing. (' itnt-ukcs habt>en 101..'" accuracy as a history In thi s 'II..1 ( John W. several hundred thousand dollars of
f'r omt' places of responsl 'a'I. Oust of Norfolk Va.. >s1Uon carrying with it a salary greater -

dil'CO"prerl f'r every legislature and t"f'>Ip''t.'t. at least the scholar of tht I-dt..l, : : -..'. He had more than his supervising inspector of steam vessels than tbat of President of the UnIted the public money which his friends

IM doubt ,s>t. will he found after the future will not IK able to donut it. 'n '--Is .;, LI.1I.
present bo iy has mlj Miriie.t It will -9-- ifcoc: tat: him "t attempt '" 'ickly; ( get (;I waters!" from Baltimore to Key Rest and honors be attributed to luck4! but honored afterwards as the State'.

h' next bet to impostsil'le for all of the Some of these fine days some/ tvrV i more, but tli.: '<
: laws to ,perfect but we can hope :' less antontoblllst who go.up and 1 fastened Itself upon him and when it his trip South the Savanah NewsLays of accomplishment are the founda, dor why the plain people hare eo

th&t the records and denis in this I:S down our highways at nniawrnt speed I 'toner fastens on 'a man it U bard to, Hon of the success achieved George confidence, in the church and in !

- line will show the legislature ot 1905 will run up) on some man with s shotgun shake off. Pew indeed succeed' In ever "Col. Oaxt is making a tour of Inspection B. Cortelyou U today a living exampleof ness wf'n.- Condition are

fa have been the soundest and sanest 1 i ;:: and then there will! l>e trout' !. Mine themselves of It. Like some of the southern ports Investigating push energy and thrift and a the South, but w" need not plume ovr

W the. hlst&ry j1f cf the State. t I 'r the nn'oirobllJyt! fevers It may lie dormant for awhile,, the condition of the steamy mcdtl well to be patterned after. selves too muc,. :'i.


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OMEN WITH BUNDLES ARE. ; TFORCO 'COUNTY SOLONS !I Beware of Contain Ointments Mercury.for Catarrh That



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; MET TUESDAYATTORNEY WHALERh
As nl 'rcur.1II surely destroy the
TO lEAVE CARRIAGE
It sense of smell and completely derange

j -. the shale system when entering it

: through the mucous surfaces. Sucharticles
Everyone who
buys a
I should never be used
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except
INSTRUCTED TO .OPPOSE J
iJ BIG DIAMOND BY POST. on iir.soripllous from reputable .
j phy.
LEGISLATIVE .BILL .RE ( Diamond
of
Bj Striking Teamsters i [ the FUNDING TAXES ON A CERTAIN I siciaus, as the damage they will do us Feels

Its Vale is Over $2,500,00 It Was Sent PROPERTY PETITION !I l it ten foU to till guul you cau pu&tii-
GRANTED
City of Chicago. for About 75 Cents. Mr lrri\e! from them Hall'a Catanh
j that he she
or has J
i I j secured a good :
I Cure, manufactured
by F J. Cheney
.,!. ,' : 4: Co, To!"'1 H, 0.. contains no ml'rt'ury'an.1 bargain. Jf'e intend that eceru
The a rat Cullman diamond valued! | I one shall
feel that
If."' sent I II j I i The Bonn! of Count) Comiuiviontrliif is taken) internally, acting upon icay. Ecery ;
at o\er <::.5uO0t, was recently by j jjregitgttred l
HACKDRIVERS ARE NOT ALLOWED I : post from South Africa to Dade CounTy n,,'I In regular moutb,1 : the blood and mucous surfaces of the Sent ice sell must be right in qualify .

'f TO DELIVER OR CARR' PER. !I London for three sbilllngs, says the I II !,1|':I MS-.IOD liitsiiak mouiinx with a full! : 1'>"iem. In buying Halls Catarrh Cure color, cut and price. It i' hare ...

:f I I board present, and nftfr lli.. r..a ,
; SONS WITH.PACKAGES. ;OAL London. Standard. It wall quite an or. i you : : : : : .
'8n-t approval of the mimiHs of the j Ta.en! int. i'n..1'y! aiM, made in Toledo, i' :
pre ,
: I
,| SUPPLY IS CETING SHOR dinary looking package; that was hand .
\ious m<.-<'tn'; hold! In .\rril. put downto I Ohio, b> IJ., 1'uu.i-j ,v, Co. 'rebllmo-
ed In at the Johannesburg lubiufilce
;ti. the bn.-ia. t" L. fore it. DIlls free. i 7
shortly before the English mall left '
A resolution in biibhtaiiK* as follows :Fold h> Orn/;jtisfs. 1'rKi'. "... per I
;the mining center. Nobody but the dl- j The
I I bottle. Jeweler ..
c : sax ofi T*' I rectors of the company iu South Africa' i -
*,ChJiago,. May 2 A need coal Take ;Mail!! }
"T fq 'knew the contents The parcel was "That, js II hill Is now pirnl'iitf:, or | s 'amityYllls for must!- I

'"My developing Into one f the about to be Introilucitl In the Stale i 1siUou. I
addressed S. Neumann
to &: Co, Lon. I I-
urlst Important factors of the trIke don E. C.. and the messenger, actingon :.egiolatnre for orlaiu amounts of tax I I 'a

'tif the teamsurn. With a few >l''P-- instructions_ had it registered It :'cs' pall b)' certain portions some year si I NOTICE. i F. W. HAHN I

acp uH>n the -iil's. or Hanson grant
Mona the fuel supply of me big :louses elghed a little over a pound, and at ,
.f land In the north end of Dade coun- .
_win only last from two to foundays. the charge is at the rate of a pennya Dt-partiu nt of the Interior Land Of.I '' -
lx refunded
Ito Architect "
to said
tad.it,is believed that the crisl. will half the ounce and twopence to the for registration this ('ount,, and .that as the persons said bill by { flee nt Galm-frville, na. April :3.1903.Xo'ke ; i and Builder 1 1I
sum paid postomce was Is
: hereby given that the following -
| cten come today or tomorrow. |, about 3 shillings would be Injurious to this county It I now have in of the
my employ one best
: ;:: named settler has filed notice
fne. cordon of union pickets, surTonnulng As soon as it was stamped the packet is then'fore ordered that the attorney of his Intention to final I draftsman in the South anJ ..,11 UrU.r
make
of this hoard such proof in prepared than for
i take steps'as arenl'C'ssn..y ever furnishing plaas
the retail State Street, stores. was placed with other registered {' support of his claim) and that said_ and details tor good buitdinfine cabinet
or expedient to oppose or -
\ : : parcels deposited in the mall bag. and I the defeat of the said bill." 1 proof nil oe made before John B.j work etc 1 am now headquarter
cause
stophacksarriaer :! sent off to Cape Town where it was :i Cotnmlsi.Ioni Johns I j Reilly, U S. Commissioner at clam>. for turned work -crull sawing and all
appointed
was
> transferred to the steamer. Nothing j work done in
Fla., on May 12, 1905, viz.- William I uMialljr a FIRST CCASS
drivers, faun li >" i.' purr or attempting ta committee of one to take up the mater r ;
further heard of it mill. i
base until telegram
[ was a :' : J. Krorae. of Homestead, Fla. homestead planing
thj'I 11",1' of gtwdoa4 of rates with the ". E C. R'y for
Send
) from Mr.
Neumann
announced
order
32991.: for the s 1.2 of sw 1-1, sw : me your for doors and window -
?tD i ij furnishing and Bpreading rock on the .,,:
its arrhal. I
n w1n niLi ablrfmcr ,
.
I 11.1 of
fn1stunh se 1 4, section C 571 frames
,road at Sum it. Mr I Johns was also township 1 ballusters, brackets, stet'
j There wire no special precautions 1
t
... carrihd was -' to per o t-and south, range 39: east, and 'Be 1 4 of se if
mhcu the to and be
for its safe transit The postal an- '! : power net in the matter! i convinced MIAMI FLA
becaul'J.L, had several bundles : I A petition for the cUxdns of Palinrfto i t lit of section 1, to"" n=hip 67 south, j I {.
thorlties being of the nature
unaware
j :rs: :
'urcha'IA'ti Taupe cast. -
rods, With oe: Piceptton !'lot : street bolutt-n blocks 1 and 5: .
the it
bestowed
consignment,
uoce of lh big stores atmptedto I upon' West Paliii B. af'h, for tbe'purpose i He names the following witnesses 1 0000000C, :
|,no greater care than any other packetlApart etto[ his i
.intake deliveries In the residence 'bringing prose continuous residence
extent-Ion
:Districts J'eI' erday. I j I from the postal authorities! up an' of Ollystreet J .upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: j! Contractors and Property0waers! ;
however the diamond was insured for I'| l. was pranted. (_ j Charles j
Gossman
r Contrary to expectations no rifles '! Afternoon Session. of Clack Point.,

were Issued the non-union' men today $2,500,000. .t At the afternoon session of the I 1n. I If you don't want to S.\\'}>; MOXKY,

,W account of the City Counclljwhlch! The present whereabouts of the diamond Board of County Commissioners yesterday U R. Nixon, of Black Point "1a.i we can't help you. If you d.... co Me t>i .
in London is kept a secret, and i
I look action to, enforce the State law, I afternoon i jj William Anderson of Black Point
the proposition of
:
I no decision has been come to yet on i I
prohibiting > perwonls 1! Fla.' The
unauthorized d from A.
J.
t t carrying rlfies. jibe subject of exhibiting It. iG| J. Sullivan S. H Richmond andJ. I l>. C. Brown of Perrine Fla. I McDonald Co.
H. Bond
to flew and mark out a 1
There Is a law also against discharging I j W. G Robinson
tjhe Illinois Photographers. t|road from Perrlne to Homestead, was i AM!) lll'V YOt'K .

of fire arms within t le city Cffingliam, Ill. :May 2.-The seventh j|accepted, they to report at the next j Register. I ;'\\Ii
ta. Ono hundred negroes en ployitrtke 'meeting of the board. Long Leaf Yellow Pine j
) breakers I annual convention of. the Photograph- I ,
Quit today. saying The bill for $200. for advertising In NOTICE.
Association of Illinois here .
opened
t: they could not themselves trs | Framing $16
protect at M.
today-*nd will continueuntil Friday i|the Hoineseeker, presented by Mr. per
.fth'the_ clubs furnished them ind de- Blackman at the last meeting of the .'
Bded gone ;jThe programme provides for numer- Notice is hereby given that the Clt jBoards|i same price. We also sell l.irmi'.nck kind
[l. j
board rejected the I ; ],
was on ground
IOUs papers, lectures and practical dem- j Council of the City of Miami will apply) Sash .
that the had i-ement. Doors. Mouldings, sort I whatever rash
board order
no right to : ; a >
ii'Haa Stood the Test 25 YetI'S. onstratlous dealing with both the ar'l to the Legislature of the State of FlorIda builder
such rcquires at lowest -
/". 1 1r4he jtlstic I and technical branches of pho- I[ advertising. : at the session beginning-April 4th, |I'o.siblc urC.

old, original Grove's Tasteless tograpty. A large and comprehensive (!j i A communication from the South !!11903l for the passage of a special Act -=T="f= -- ___ .

rCbW.Tonic. You know whatou are i exhibition of artistic photos and phojtographla i I'Florida Fair Association, asking the j granting a Charter to the City of Ml. ,I JYon Know Where We Are 14th'
street. Miami
'board to participate was Died for fu I Fla '
is held In j
titMag. It Is Iron and quinine In a supplies being I ami. Said Act Jo contain provisions ,
I I pure' reference.The ,
lea form. No cure, no pal. We conjunction with the gathering. creating and establishing the Municipality I XOOOOO"OOQ
treasurer's report shoved a bal, !
of the City of Miami; providing e
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EY WEST WAS CAPTIVATED BY i iI I lows ance on hand the first of May as folI {1for the election of officer, and pre-!

tcriblng I their powers and duties; prescribing Wilson]
I General fund . $:,4Cl.04 & Flye
W and limiting the potters of
,
MISSES SHIPPEE AND INGRAM Fine and forfeiture fund! .. 771.06 I
the City Council; granting rl;ht to Impose -i
School fund . . . G13.S6: DBALKK. IN
panaltles for offenses against: the
Road fund ... .. . . :9G. I I
Artist City Ordinance 're-vrib' ninth.xli
lint, and sinking fund . 4.92.Total ; | ng : Groceries {
he Two Miami Were Most favorably. Received.!!; -for I the nllllpeI)1pt and ('ol"-("lnn of Staple Fruits

I revenue: pro\IcJlJ'>g for a Mar Idu." ,
ajuount on hand .$.,184.C1 i
; Other Island City Events of Interest.
|
.. Warrants at present outstanding areas Court: granting the right, to UsueI I TOBACCOS' .
t i I City Bunds iu e\('..'" of & per cent of
--- follows: fkneral fund. U.Ii: : : 2.
the \-alllllll"n of real and p | CIGARS
1 ;Road fund, $7,52329; Fine and forfeiture AND :
ldetropous Bureau Key ,May 1'1 rabbit 1 i and an Easter egg Ucfresh'menls fund. J93S.C4. Total ll'J37.43.;: : "fl'P' cry Ithin th,' City limits limits; ;! 7
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'--TIle government is hating several'barges were serre
loaded with coal. In i ntlcipaj :j j afternoon passed too quickly enlivenedlas j and oredred paid after which I 1 8, prescribing their 11''nI :,! q...1-1' 1.1- ii g.

then of the arrival of the cruiser Co- i! it was by the brilliant repartee of jibe and duties. ----
( bonrd adjourned I II
lambla. The Columbia will doubt :[the merry guests Those present here I II By'or'.r of the City CVnnpil of 'lie 1M

the outer bar and 'barges Miss Sibyl Warren, guest of honor. I I J City of Miami. '
|anchor i on 'i: j .
1 St. Pftet :2. Additional
>. uurR. May I :j jdetailsf
will be towed out to her. Miss Ella Johnson Miss Ardella Fer- j M. R. KCLLUM.:; 'We Want
yeslcrdav's shooting at \Var 1 I Every

-JI'. W. Bethe, court f esioner I Iguson. Miss Celie O'Brien. Miss Fannie saw how that the troops acted with j I, City Clerk. rowers

rated Thursday B"writ of habeas coron i 1 OBrien. Mrs. Newton Curry Miss An ... -
entire of with'
;,i dlirtgard orders and "
i petition of Jose Garcia,through i,,gellque Crusoe, Mrs. Nester Dobar- I IN Zb
rtckhssnasx.1Vhlle THE STATE
utmost .
,: j,; NOTICE.In HAVE OUR EOOKS.Flonla .
tit attorney, J. A. Harris, directed. to 1'Iganes 1 l Miss Annie Ball, Mrs. George !' iliMiirlionces
practically no i .
sheriff of the county; to certify to :;!Plummer, Miss Johnson Miss Drossier j jI -
.. I hare occurred hi the Jewish cities on i[ manual
court: the cause of the detention I I I I I The recital given by Miss Hanna |i i the Polish border of Southwestern Russia Court of County Judge State of ': \Vp->tsb4.-A cc of Florida crop xl

Jose. Garcia, who in his pe itlon tothe ;iPbebe Shlppee and Miss Mae Ingram dlspai lies to-lay say that the pco-j' Florida. Made County. i Fiona Oral ge. "-Ol 1.'I"r interest to orange growers # i

) court set up that he was ieUlned ;!!was one of the finest entertainments pie are In a state of panic ,, In re Estate of Charles B Crockett. Jr I, "Florida Strawbirjit*."-A Booklet ira "Soil Varieties. Cuitlvailoa aaFertillfatlon. ,.

: custody without lawful! a iihorlty. lever{ witnessed in Key West The I Mill owners at BjUstok, In south To all Cr.*ditors, Ix-gatets. Distribnj ."

e' court after inquiring nto the i crowded and the audience tees and all having claims Irlub tatoetl.-A
[house 'lUll I western Russia, nave fled in fear for!j i persona Booklot on "Soil. Reed, Planting ana CuIU-atlon; EBTwii:

lose of the detention of the prisoner I isho'ed heir appreciation by greeting .' their lh"5. Situations are also cape e-1 lor demands against said estate of Fertilizers Dieting and ;::blpping.o :."

red that he be released.I Garcia ; each number with applause. Space 'ally strained at BorUotf and Gomel. {!!i You and each of you are hereby n 'I "Pineapple r'l'rtI1lZlDIC--or special Interest to ptn
I arrested Monday on the s >amshlp does not permit of the commentingon --- -- i iI I:I lifted and required to present any I II I Ideal Fertlll n."Book showing all' our different brands analyses, prier .

Jmte by Sheriff: Knight o a tele- the program In detail, but the rendition CONTEST NOTICE. claims and demands which you or I i ,..te.I .

from the officiate of t iilUbororrest I Iuntywh4h of each part was beyond criticism. I I Department. of the Interior i 1>i either of you may have against the'i Now aaJ Revised Editions of the above Just published, sent tree for the utWIL30N ,

failed to state that a wart Miss Shlppe possesses not onlya i! United Slates Land Office, I II j estate of Charles B Crockett. Jr., do-

had tarn Usued for the of # voice well nigh faultless, but a ,I I Gainesville Fla. April 17, 1*OS. i iI ,I ceased, late of Dade county. Florida !! &: TOOMER' FERTILIZER C0 1P1 NY

.rei&. or the nature of th ehargecatn.t' i(!charming personality and extraordl- I A Hufllrlint ronust affidavit having I|j i to the undersigned administratrix of I II ,

hilt.JIUs {nary sympathy which hold her audl- |'been filed in this office by Bird Fitzpat j!I I said estate within two years from th eI I I JACKONV1LLE.: Fla.

; llama Phebe Shippee n.l Miss i en-joyed trick, contestant against homestead *n. I I date hereof I I

i Ingraii returned to Mlaril Fridaytain. of her numbers was the aria ((I try No 32.564: made June 22, 1903. '' ttotd, March 16. A. D. 1905. Chase dz J3axney., Agents,

t. I|!'O Mlo Fernando," from La Favorita ':for raw 1.4 of Section! i. To"" n .hip 57,1 i I I Agnes MaeG. Crockett. I'I'I J.C.a.n1. Fla..

'C. S mp_ returned to he city,i The recitations by :Miss Ingram were south Range .".S E., by Charles A. Gun, |i i 9-Ia Administratrix. IMOWN & MOODY STOCKTON X UKADrOKI" ;

iday nl ltt! from a visit to ijie main- Indeed good. Her enunciation isfauItUtts. 'ter, contestce, in which It is alleged Cutlet Little R \'('r.I. .

( eL' her expression perfect her that Gunter has wholy abandoned Mid i I i I I.
NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX. .
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Ladle Sweeny gate a delight. !: 'nturen. asy and graceful The tract for a period of more than a >'t'ar' :

,at home Thursday afte noon In I changing of her expression In depleting {TaRt past his abandonment not being'I,'!I ---- I!, Miami Bottling Works :.

of Let guest Miss ST}iylVai- the different characters of Schiller's due'to employment in the Army or t I All persona concerned will take no-j I

of Havana. The parlor* of the I "Marie Suart" was wonderfuL Navy in time of war. said parties are II Uce that six months after date I will IWALL: & DICKINSON. Props. '

spacious Sweeney home were decorat- !!Especially was this evident In her portrayal I hereby notified to appear, respond mud present my final accounts and roach !!I i I

": In whlto roses and asparagus with of the haughty merciless' Ex- offer evidence touching said allegation en w executrix of the estate of Joh.r.I 11th Street hear R. R., Miami, FU JVannfacturrr

clusters of white chrysanthemums. abeth and the pleading through proud' at 10 o'clock a. m.. on June 10. 1905be- J. Hayden. late of Dade County deceased : s t

; 'The archway between ,the parlors wastcoTered Marie Stuart. Each lady is a thorough fore Jno. B. RfIlly United State Commissioner : to the County Judge of said of j J

i, "with evergreen and from I the artist In. her line, and those who were : at Miami Fla. and that county and pray for my float discharge

I center bus a bell of red crepe paper. fortunate enough.to be present at their final hearing will be held at 11 o'clocka. as executrix of. said state.FLORENCE All Knits of j

!:,Similar: bells also hang from the chan recital will remember the affair as m., on July 10, 1905 before the P. IIADEN !

delle s. After the reccpi(Ion the ,one of the grandest treats accorded to I Register and Receiver at the United i j i Executrix Estate of J. J. Baden Vrceased. Soft Drinks i ,

ZaeU jotted la an exciting game of j is! Key West audience. ,State Land office in Galnesrllle. -1 I j

JJt"OIT881YP> whistdartnR 1I"1IIchIDe I i A quiet though pretty wedjing took The said contestant baring. .Flaa i January II. W5. l-K-Cmj I: Prompt AtUoUoa to All OrOen. Out-of-Tcwn Orders loUctUd.

:-and ,fudge were served. V"hen the I j'place Wednesday when Miss Rune proper affidavit, filed March 22, 1905. !

[I'game was called It was found that I Ithis. i I Pitcher and Mr. Robt. Stomera were net forth fact which show that after I

.' Angcllque Crusoe 'Had J won the I{j married by the Rev. Cameron pastor due diligence personal service of this I DYSPEPSJiCURE

PNtt'St comber of :ames land was of St. Paul's Episcopal church. The [i notice can not be made it is hereby''!

-.'awarded the first prlre, a handsome happy couple left on a trip through 'ordered: and directed that stick notice I, DIGESTS WHAT:: : ;
k'-:
0 O .
goU brooch. Miss Ardelia Ferguson '('\lI>a. If rice and old shoes betoken ''be given by dim and proper publica- t. -j' S' r0k". a'-tJ4! rmit.tn. ;

'.(Ht the sxond prize, a pair of stet Sod luck. Mr. and "Mrs: Stomers will jtlon.j5to5I6: O.Hr' o.lr.r, tJ ..<',.-..., .s
' E. c. uvr.. TK; co>:'A.;"
CUICACO.SKodo D.L.
silver and fotnnate deluged ""
embroidery scissors, be most as they were ) i;I \V. G. Robmeou. Register:

i,John-ion- the consolation! prize, a with the prain : Henry S. Ohui.li. keceivtr Ask for the I 190E. Almanac and 200 year Calendar '
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For the ra.est 10 d.a.3rsvxrc Thrill offer 25 per ct. d iscotz tL

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on all our wa.-h suits, wash skirts, wool and silk kirts. all'new and nohby in style. Now i the time to


;' F. B. ( 4HIJas! Prop. Phone 53.12lh St. 8 invent in a suit or skiit. This offer tands only for |ten, th v>. We G-V3.az3O3.teo-A. Fit.r

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i HUNDREDS SAW WRECK. I are composed of a string of islands, BOYNTON BRIEFS. i STEAMER ALICIA NOT SOLD. I|decldo.: | to postpone-the sale 1.I111-riv;;'

I MIAMllnEAlTY perhaps fifty In number Some! of these I II jthe said p Excursion Parties Were Numerous to I Islands are Inhabited, and all of them IIr l Hood I, of West Palm flesh vas I: Wrecking' Company Given ,Another \:vessel off.,U It so desired. Immediate

I Wreck of Spanish Steamer. are owned by individuals or compan- iln i town on t professional busiai-KS. Tntn- !i' Chance to Float Her. j fly upon his returu to town te_...Ired,
''les. The length of the line will be 150; I i! the of
d"y company his decision and Ithi
ii IRf I- IN U. 5. COURT Sunday was an Ideal day for outside I I''miles!] and In its construction will pro- J,I C" \filing.W. Tierce wai attending; in Nusliuens I. Practically all that remains of the ''expected: that the work win be com

)I pleasures and sports and as a ii sent a problem heretofore not encountered -I In Wen .1!," Beach Uord.i !;stranded steamer Alicia, on Ajax Reef ,i I menced i.s soon as pumps, barge ails*
t tuit t- ;result many spent the day in the ways 1'I< In railroad building. Almost the The families' Jesse lauchcvty., j jis the hulk of the ship and that part of i hugs can be gotten there. Yr..Whet. 3

1 Francis E. Sanders and :;that nature has provided for the eni i entire line will\ pass over a coral formation I]JLutb 'rn ToUler, Oscar Rousseau, and the cargo lying submerged in the lower don 111'11I\ I leave tonight for Key Wut.t:
of :'J<>)'men t of mankind, and while the Water ''i or coral keys as they are called ill.J H RoiiMwaii went to Ft. I acderilalejiln !| hold of the Vt'SlWl. All of the cargobetween J i look after the cargo removed from I hj
: Husband, Vs. H. E.:Tuttle.d was the most sought many found and will\ require special machinery the steamer "Palm Beuoh Sunday, j 1 desks ban been removed and !shlp and stored there _vI
(recreation In drives and other pleas-i and special understanding of the con- I{All enjoyed the day Ininien>,cl/. t..1 but a few- >.( the wrecking vessels remain. I' Returning; fio.r UK. wreck Tuesday!
I lures ashore. cilions for successful\ in the lclotty. The captain of''afternoon.
construe'llon'l j waiting j I for the water to raise at IhUs-i1 t ti was another important pet.: .,
With valuable Miami real estate and ,, The trip to the wrecked Spanish Jacksonville Metropolis.LEGAL ,Ilioro i Inlet. Pln: >- of fi'Xxl throes and the ship I Is still aboard and will re- sonaKi', Mr. Henry liraln. i iKineer thief
Lands 10 l entering Into I j steamer Alicia ashore on Ajax reef, i 'i ice cream helped' .o swell hit. pli-nsure' |'(ftualn there until the wreck and cargo'have of the'Cuban Central
& o 'tbere has been entered I was the most popular and a couple of.;i i! PAPERS. i of the day: j i been finally disposed of. ''who had gone there for the

A null (&:. OaI States Court which ,hundred or more availed themselves I !! Andrew Frredlanl i H iuviai-in: ,: to !i InsiHM-lor of Customs Ferris, who l!of looking after the saving: of the :
will cite interest throughout the of the trips there.*and though he sea j jwas | Warranty deed Fre State and I many sections of the too rough to allow landing aboard j 1 and wife to Otto O. Matthews: for$1t0allofs1.4ofso14ofnw14 I Ten years from now !i.> -wl l<: prnbahlyI I|or more to prevent smuggling; of the Alicia hail. aboard In sections..and1!

tt-aniry, ,nays tb" Florida Sun. of Tuesday all got a good view of the ship and ;not: enjoy the. pile h" i- ciyS1' finished his duties there and re- || which alone was vllhu! J) at tlOOJWOC;'
| clear conception of what a wreck on I of s 1-' lot ::!, section IS, tp. SS...outh, j j |lag at present. r'O'lIIln"'II.I'1 turned lo the city Tu 's
This is tfce&ult of Francis E. Sann- i the Florida reefs is like. range; 42 east, except certain lots' already I Tomato urn nio\iu; \ If In convert>atlun with a Metropolis a. i : .-i-tween decks .:t ihe ship as i '

reds and Charles Conrad Saundera, The Lady Lou, the glass-bottom boat I sold and recorded. I present and the "rrus'i": on ant will I rf'purlC'r"t""ne"lay gave some information has h (.., romovcU Uioujrh the greater,
t her bUsbaad, ve. Henry E. Tuttle I from Palm.Beach, led the list in numbers Warranty d< ed, Frexi'k Matthewsand probably last for tin data or two j heretofore untold about the part of the material' Is submerged
sometimes
bill of complaint: w aa filed today withtie nine, while the Jeannette came second }10.00, ten acres In section 7, tp. 53 The steamer "Palm iJa' h" cry wild rumors of arrests, dissipation, West and arrange for derricks, dire

1F1' clerk of {he court by M. D. Price with eighty-two. These were the onlY south, range 42 east. kindly allows the lu.i:: '" a |I'"' uar.t j and strife between the wreckers, etc. etc: tO remove IL :j .
and Price & Watson, solicitors for the two boats running excursions thougha Deed, Mary Brickell and husband to trip on the canal Tree. I Mr. Ferris says that he had no trouble , romplalnanuf.. number went down In private yachts L. B. Gould for 1280.:! lot 1, block 4, whatever with the wreckers white "
Florida
A. L. Bogue Chase & Hmay's popular | National Guard. ;
The orators; Frances E. Saunders and parties section 3S, tp. 54, south, range 41 agent at this place, spent Sal- .there. Some of them were Intoxicated: To the Members of the Florida,- ,
'. From those taking the trip It at times on alee and other liquors te- -
and her hu.b ndCbarlea Conrad Samv was east.Deed nrday and Sunday tu Miami | lonal Guard Association:
den, pray the court that upon a final learned that the condition of the chip F. E. C. R'y to J. A. Straw- Allen Pence and son Cullen spent I l''cured< from the hold, but that no conflicts The third annual convention,'(
hearing It Bordered and decreed that has not changed materially the past derman, for $700, lot 16, block 4, Railway Saturday West Palm Beach on but : occurred between tLcm. Captain Florida National Guard

certain conveyances made by them to few days though she Is listed quite addition. West Palm Beach. in ess. Broadbent. of the cutter Forward did U called to meet In the city of J .
Ute dt>f4'JIdani are null and void by reason heavily to port, probably .on account Warranty deed. Henry J. and MaryE. not make an arrest on the ship. The aonville\ at 11 o'clock a. n,
of the amount of having Sterling to Sam. Taylor for 50 lot cutter laid our the wreck for about
of alleged fraud used In procuringthem. greatest freight | DELRAY DOTS. an May 11.1905. In the auditorium of Ole,j
; been taken from the, starboardside. 10 block 77, Linton. hour while a lieutenant came aboard Board of Trade. 1

These pa pi I're,-as- attached are the At least twenty-five wrecking Warranty deed. Nelson F. Vtnjer- Dr. Thompson made a visit to MI- and Inspected the snip and the conditions A special rate has been made overall
.will "Fxhih t A." and two other papers. schooners are still around the steamer lyn to Louis M. Nixon for $275 lots 5 ami last Thursday.Mrs. existing: with the offer to render Florida railroads on account of, thbfj

'a "Eshlb t B" and "Exhibit C," the though the most of the salvable and C, block 10. LJnton. F. E. Curtis, of Saginaw assistance If desired Such was not occasion and It la earnestly hoped that j jall
contents of i ihlch practically are: cargo has been saved. Deed. Albert P. Sawtelle to Chas.B. who has spent the winter here MldS"1 needed and the cutter .sailed for Key members of this Association sad,
I:1hiblt.t"': A will of the late Julia Deputy United States Marshal Rose Mayberry for $100 forty acres in section the sick list Went. all who are entitled to membership-
3', Tutu :. mjiber of Mrs. Saundersand and Inspector of cstoms: Ferris ar, IIn 21, tp. -45: south, range ,43 east Capt. U. D. Hendrlckson. wife and The -ship., Mr. Ferris thinks Is will Dlal.tlit convenient to be preseap'
the wreck and looking out for the :'D- I Letters State of Florida hogged the entire length, and he Is of
Henry -LF: Tuttle !In which will i!I patent. to child spent Friday In town. i : J. Clifford R. Fosters
t. the end of t Twenty years all ropertyj.shah I[ In the matter o! smuggling. and E. Meredith, incorporators of the I i,a business call Friday ]though; not being experienced in I' lif..l 1tJ..n. .'.

,., be equally! divided between them. It Is the concensus of opinion; that I Miami Industrial Mutual Benefit anti i I Geo. Lyman went down to Miami ](I'I wrecking, he would not make this a I ,
Kjhi!,It n|-An indenture made February the steamer can not be saved ?Tid that 1 Savings Association in the sum cf 'f&? a few days Thursday evening. j i )positive statement. ;I A suit In a.IIIJDJpslt daruagcn, $1

I, ji>9. between Frances E.I she will ultimately become a total $5.000. A. T. Pearce made a business trip Also returning from the wreck Tuesday -i was fled in the circuit: court '.

Sundrrs ami 1 her husband to Henry E. :|wreck. Commissioners and receivers deed, to Fort Lauderdale Thursday and Fri afternoon were Mr. C. B. Whel- Very docket this morning by the]
r; Tattle, for .3,000:!: all the proceeds I Beach parties were also numerousIn John B. Reilly, commissioner' and H. day. I don, of New York, Insurance underwriters :'of Lexington vs. E. D. DeBerrjrf ; _

,_; '.f 4't>rtaln flfe insurance jxilicies. ;: the afternoon and the trip up the E. Tuttle. receiver, to S. L. Patterson I J.C.Gren; who wild his tomato crop i agent, who went down yesterday -", w>)

A died t| fifteen separate parcels !i1'C ,river maintained Us usual popularity for ftt.SO. lots 15. 1C, 17, IS 19, 20. a few weeks ago for $:!.OOO, left Thursday morning on the yacht Badger, with Cleared, for Action.
Tall1abl!lands In Miami and that ;[the Salllo carrying up. eighteen or I 21 and 22 block 110, Miami. for Daytona and the West Coast Captain Root, and Deputy United I -, '
..'It,
'...rtjoa of l be county of Daft the deedraofiferrintf wore. I Warranty deed H.Madtlock and wifeto where he Intends to settle down. State Marshal Rose. Mr. Wheldonwent !I When the body 1s cleared for: act

the property from rran- ( the public for $1, a sixfrn foot can ,i Mr. and Mrs. Berry were In ,West to the wreck for the purpose ofselling I by Dr. King's New Life Pills, you ,e
5; seP E. Sat f den and her husband to ,. EUCHRE AND LUNCHEON. al running from the wtsi line of sec. (Palm Beach Friday on a shopping ex It to the highest bidder but tell It by the bloom of health os

tf'1Irt E. 'J tailfor the considerationa :', 1C, tp. 57, south ranst" 4rta..land con- I; $1 and O'!IC',1 and valuable i[Tendered Friends of Miss Anita Tee j; verging at a point ''''here Mmrrnsn- j i Mrs. John Zeder was on a shopping present for that purpose and as the fir>oegs of the flesh and muscles; \

4 <"IddeMltJl : I J i hean by Mr. Freeman Burdine j es said wes !5u"% and running from 1 I II ii I trip to West Palm Beach Saturday. Jacksonville Wrecking Company desired I buoyancy of the mind. Try them. :'

The com Ltinanh state In their bill : -:;: thence nortls-aaerll! snit) t s..terly un- I Mr. S. Bird spent Saturday In West to try and save the steamer be all druggists ZS, cent
that the .- b'IILOno never lid qualify : The party given!: Tut-wlay evenlncby I ail the sam open| into *h, waters of'Biscayne I'Palm Beach. I -
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tM such arfl wt-r\ sippointwl sticces-j[, Mr. Freeman Burdine at the beau- )..<..-. as said t ..tat Is now I[! Mrs I. H. Burton entertained a large; ;I

8(,". a" T>-<] ,lir-v by the will; also that i;'tiful home of his parents Hr. and Mrs. 1! located and! laid oat: together with a party of friends Friday evening. Aftera S
JSecotor 5 'ImiJoy died shortly after !!\V. M. Ilurdine. corner of Avenue A'strip of l.iu.l ilfirvn feet wide-along dainty lunch the hours were devoted I WE ARE

i the pr'.'>at* .ot the win and that Exec ',and Eleventh street, to the friends of j I the xrhodst and east of said canal 'ito music of which a number of 1'eryl .

.t"r b 'Wj t Is now a fugitive from Ijul'ti" [ Miss Anita Tehean, of St. Augustine for r.ut,,1 purposes.Warranty I fine selections: were rendered by Mrs. YOUR REPRESENTATIVE
: ,.: anjl that about January 16 "* ho Is on a visit to Miami was greatly j j deed, Chas. F. Oxer to I:Hlckerson Messrs. Hunt Oser and f' ]

if' 'SIM1 rho f< art annolnted J.ee Mt'Rrldei 1 1r.liminEtra enjoYed by all who were present. "j j H. G. Wheeler for $250.;; all of lots 11 I Morgan. Among those present were In the market and it is more: important that we do the buying;of ';]
". >r cum texumento annexo: At S o'clock: the echre eomnnce! (' and 12.. block 17, of government boll i i.Messrs. Hun, Rev Oser, Morgan andRe :it'odswe ..ell to you npUt. than it i is for your l legislator |
i; 'land it proved very exciting from the 2 section! : Tallaha....c to make law for v Clu. He -
c.' the eels e of Julia D. Tattle That' ( :6. tp 53, south, range 41 'i \ Gray Mesdames Sherwood Orton, only assists you indirectly j
j.h"n Mn | idiot diwl l Rhebcl.I 130.000 'frsl to the very last game. Miss Mar- vast. |' once in a while. We help vou every Jay in the week when we '
i Hlckerson, Blackmer, W W. Blackmer SAVE YOU A HOLLAR ti' YOUK'lIAKU
!jUt Injure i ce whlth was collected by' Rut-rile Morrow was the successful Warranty deed Chas. E. ,Oxej to J, :Bancroft Chapmanand Miss Williams, EARNED MONEY
AdrninlKtnAor !;:dy, inning. eight! out of a possible I T. Havens for lots
McBrlde.nt also at th. i: $250, 1 and ?, block j(all having a splendid time.
nine painen and was presented with I Nickle plated tea kettle. . y. ,
of h T death Jlrg. Saunders aau II, see 31i, tp. 53 south range; 41 east. |, Mrojohn Kt-dcr entertained the LndIes' copper ,gl; ;
the first prize, a pretty Japanese Silriainc travs . tJ"
very
:' 1n busts d were Indebted to rnt.'t'rUf' Warranty deed W. I. Metcalf to H. Guild of the St. Paul's Friday. I laratine wax. >und.
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U notee.y vase. :Mr Jay OxborD, the successful Putnam fur: $100. :101 7, block 7 West !. '
I tIOO on promissory ?: Carl Laulher. who has been working Kitchen lamps, 25c and .35 V
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t:entleiiiua, was presented with a nice Palm '
The cnDtpIainants aver that early In Beach.J. In the No. 1 galvanized tub -
: Slltch packing house left . ;
$ 'f.5? M<<'Brlllf'! and one George Ambrose deck of cards in a burnt leather case. W. Erickson and wife to J. W. Saturday to.take a position In Jack I Standard Favorite sewing machine 15,75t
$, Worley, si attorney In the t'mploy'of' Miss Ethel Clancy received the booby Wilkinson for $175. lots 19 and 20bk. sonville. !t inch storm umbrella :. . . 1.15 '
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Mr MdBr1le: vinited them at Nassau price, a whisk broom In a leather !iX, Eriekson's sub-division. I -
| \: The ladles of the Methodist church
.>n and said teal Mn Tattle's rotate was 'reelAfter. Warranty deed, Alex Colby to Mrs. served Ice cream In the new bakery I I 4
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+ mure: than sufficient to pay more than was served at small tables i 1If'CllolI', tp. 54, soth. range 41 east. Mrs. Htckerxon, prior to leaving for I .1
,4_ Up per ;,>nt. of the Indebtedness of falrh were arranged In different I j Warranty deed, R.W. Miller and home, gave a number of her friends a ;
eke'. the, .-IItati!represented to II\ Ur ,ooo? parts of the parlors and reception ball wife to Clifford C. Berry for $700, all of 'launch -party to Hillsboro Inlet' Sunday I I Handlers of Everything i
and represented to the complain no that all guests received the full benefit !. block 107, LJnton. Clarence Lauther'i launch.<< Among Everything sold cheaper
i
ant* that! the Equitable life and !: of the cool easterly breeze while Warranty deed Mary Kelley to d'?'I lon the guests were Messrs. Art Tasker..Rollle I J
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w, the f termanla Life Inmirance coinpan- !CtrIUII/t. Raulerson for $1.00 and other had At eleven o'clock) the.happy gather1 1. lot 3. 18 and CHAILLE & SON-Prop.;]
"r :H" irfuMNl payment of the two part of lot 19, Marshal, Mr. Morgan, and the Misses
? l<.oit-ip aowrantln to $20.000: but that Ing broke up after hating one of the ii Mock 19 Miami Ollie Chapman, Mable Sherman Ber- 1 ,.
To .M-cnr* payment and In order for j i': n.o.t pleasant evenings of the season j Quit claim deed Agnes Mcd.Citwk-: nice Key. r, Ella Chapman Eva
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tb.> etltatf;' to lw wound up it was neaeethary Among the guests were the follow-j I Jell i j lo Catherine M. Crockett for $1 Kahn Hatiie Taskrr. All report havIng .,
n. 'yt
ing: Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Price Mr. !
the complainants to make ; and and other considerations eighty acres had /line time. j
('6 ...fill es. ''Mrs. C. M. Brown, Jr. Mrs. W. E. I'in section 19, tp. 5., south, range 41 Caps Kelley took a launch party of I'
Marsh, Mrs Chan. Blrtaer. Mr*. Mur- I Ililli !'east. 'Tomato
!I ,our German I
r .Ueut ,n. M. Siurdevant of the Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Burdine. Misses | Warranty deed .J S. Pardue to IVx- Inlet Sunday. I ,,

!*atteit plates, revenue cutter service Gray Willie Hahn Janette Watson Ef-',ter Hubs for $750.01 lots 5 and fi, !: Rev. Gray, of Fort Pierce served t wait till the tomatoes are i'
through fie Welch, Ethel Clancy Morrow, Mary :'block' It. Mlaml 'I
r Ji&SKed Jacknonvlle Tpesday Holy Communion at Rt. Pauls Sunday. .
t etopplnglat the Travelers Hotel on 'Robinson Anita Tehean Meade: and I j: Deed Sam. Maddox: surviving trustee Rev. Gray Is a son of Bishop Gray. r ripe bef' your pa-
UK way tp Washington. He was much ,, Messrs. Thou. !lcAullll[, Harry Culbertiion '' to Boston and Florida Atlantic C. ; I per We have THE BEST
pleaned 'j with the of the :' A. F. Sackett Freeman Bur- ,Land Co., for $1.00, I :
appearance one Hundred aud A Jolly party of high school scholars
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rtyr and i I dlne Hill R. E. Hall. W. W.. Howard, j jt sixty << In section G Manila '
greatly surprised at Ita I [ acres tp. 4t, south ; -t growth and t development since be wash t \Osboro, Roddie Burdine and S. S.Conk-,1 I range 43 east.I Carpenter went In the beach last 1t

.r* In 11896. Tlme 4nlon. Lieuturdevant :lIn. I Deed F. E. C. R'y Co. to Win.Crego Saturday and spent the day In sightseeing t made and our prices are right. Order now ;.

was retired a few days ago and wife for $100, ten acres In sections bathing and feasting. Amongthe :
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trIAD thf revenue cutter Forward. tatUmed I BRAVO AT MOBILE.' '. tp. 46, south range 43 east. party were the following: Misses iEItTcrE3EIS
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a't this port. lie had- been stationed .1! \rprranty deed. Mrs. Charlotte Tiff Gwladys Price-Williams<< Eleanor Scre- CO..

fill the Pacific Coast but came> I Capt S. A. Bravo. representing th u.> t Dennis: Sirrr for $200, lots J ven, Mildred Taylor Florence Price- I .
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bere a fj'-w u..ftlhll.IlCO to relieve Secn -1 I proposed Florida East Coast Rallwaj and 2, bk-c: 1. Tinmy.Us Williams Alice Ellis, Messrs. Wad I]

" <* cnttfr Apchp. He has brrn in ;, to secure dredges and other nectsiUes .-'r: '''T*. "i ..1". to H. E. Tuttle, et al., Richard Rice, and Walter Ellis.
tmi beachfor otnf Urn and had al f for the construction of the line U 11I'nollwIDI; inslHn'Iim of suit In U.: S : '

-"d rt:ady..tefor retirement when trans. {the enterprise 1s carried through. The Cutup Court for the nvowrand can To Cure a Cold In On Day Laxative Bromo AuininiCures .

I furred here., Ut-ut. Siurdevant be- proposed line Is surveyed from Miamito I (reflation of two rtee-'s of runveyance. -
lone- to one of Penonylvania'n oldest I Key West twenty-eight miles of ''alleged to have been obtaiued by Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.All r
; and -most Influential families of such which is already constructed, from Mi- [fraud- In 1899.Warranty druggists refund the money U: Cold in One Day, Grip inlIo.': i iBox.
rank that he entertained as his guestHmator'Knot Ljami to Homestead. The line run i deed. Hannah B. LJnton It falls to care. E. W. Groves signature .
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aboard th" Fnrwura last t .along the coast and crosses Jewfish i to Jessie McLeod for $1.00, blocks! Soi Is on each box. 25c.A .
vcason! !'!'creek, thence tapping: the keys, 111 Ilk!!i and 5v. 1Jntem. Guaranteed" Cure For Piles. t8. 'Yf 25c.
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Miss Elsie Davis t>t Orange Glade 1300 AVENUE D .

t who baa been spending several days In IkrMlaal ""cation Given 10 .VI ralU To Our Out Of Town Friends!

the:.city returned hoitfe tI on Wednesday fl, --- -- ----

t Try the latest131scayne thing I In dried fish. |'i Wanted Krcfcb Jersey Cow. Addr There are but Of.toon prisoners now I L

cod. 'at Wilson A Tlye's 185 ,'ss M rare Metropolis, It I conflni'd In the rotJnt). Two of the
t ., 'numlx-r are while mou. t We te been and are sill: enjoying pleasant relations with toe ont

Miss JeaneiteVa on left 1lednes. )Ir. and Mrs. Ralph Worthington l

p da>, going on a visit to Dauia and Ft I famll)'. who have been absent for sometime I I I Miss :Marie Rush l ,: Landerdale Mills Watson will be I ou he lofeer coast cruising and )! for a \isit of &en' +l we iCs lit her

away about two wee! s. ] foiling for tarpon, returned to port i I former home in Orlan.lo. : i store} doing just what it advertises We have sayed many a buyer

-. ;Thursday afternoon They report hay. I
':Ing had a most delightful and : City Marshal It. S. Flanagan is out i good dollars 4
outing
and
; Bradley fertilizer are the best. j!agaln after | many this week we jra going to continue the
ii haYing been
confined
For tale by / E. LO mmua.(1amL et icapturing two line tarpon besides large fur

I' I numbers of smaller fihh.I t the rheumatism.past week with billiuosnfss and ,; I GOOD WORK ALREADY BEGUN BY THIS POPULAR TRADING PLACE

Dr. and Mrs. McGpnigle, who have i I ,
' been on a'visit to their old home. St. I The Dally Metropolis gives Its readers I I .

Augustine returned f on Saturday to more real live local sod telegraphic :I City Marshal Flans?an has about !;

Miami. |j I news than any paper in the world in i I finished last par's city tax list, which
I a city as small as MlamL And all for,I he says is the largest in the history EMBROIDERIES AND LACES f

CM Bradley fertilisers for all crop the small sum of ten cents a week. of the town. It will probably be ready 11 / I l

J.B. Laam.... Agent for publication tomorrow. "'r
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Grigsby. 1I'ho'

Misses Lucie and WUlle Collier left have made their home in Miami for Rev. Dr C. A. Fulwod, Conner pastor We have arranged a series of counters upon which will be found -

lat Saturday for Lakeland on a visit the past few years, left Wednesday of the Methodist church,. south
jo their friends Mr.[and Mr*. Hether- going to *Fairfield Ky.. where Mr.<
and of
ington former residents of this city. Grigsby; will make a new start In bus In the one tSate the, .fs moat still prominent quite Ill divines at his .1ltNIIII. . 12, 20 and 25c articles of f embroidery and laces .

J d They will be absent rome time. iness. )fro and Mrs. Grigsby have the residence In this city though he is .
best wishes of their many friends In .
reported somewhat
better
today
v ale Aetna by Lunmoa fynamiU A StwelLLyman 'aad! sappnea tot this city. at prices that are way down. If you can't come to Miami, write

l' Wanted -10 men In each State to I Mrs. A. H. Rosa wife of Chief Engineer us what you want and we will! send you best we have at the price
ticket Rosa of the steamer Martinique
Dennlson agent of the
travel tack signs and distribute
samples
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and children
P. O. S. S. Co. were passengersthe
lit Havana was a and circulars of
our goods. Salary.
passenger coming liver on Tuesday steamer Miami Wednesday for Key Burdine *"

on the steamer .MlamL. Mr. Dennlton ,' for.expenses.175.00 pr Kuhlman month. $Co.3.00, Dept per day 8. West to where relatives they .and.Illmake friends.a lengthyvisit & QuartermanCorner *

will go north for the summer.
Atlas building Chicago.

s Wanted-Japanese' plum or loquat I Harry Scott the negro who stole a Twelfth Street and Avenue C, Miami x

seed. Wilson & Flye.. 417 Dan. Heyward, representative of' the diamond, stick pin from Miss Ruth I Iu
P. t O. S. S. Line at Havana; was (IHlnaon, a few days ago and endeavor >
among those coming Tuesday''
over on
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Conger of Es- Jed) to put the same In pawn wa irralgned -
,on the steamer Miami from that ji _
place.
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panola. N. M. who ju-e touring the t / before County Judge Hejr h .
Mr. Heyward Is en route to Atlantic '
Eastern j;yesterday afternoon and committed to
and Southern States, arrived )
in this city 'today{and are making Beach the,Hotel where Continental he will be for chief the clerkat sum j jail to await trial in the circuit courton ...aWf ft' i &3&3SeJ e3&edk. t .

j -their home at the Southern r Hotel. mer. a charge of grand larceny. v&V TfcTWi


t r Writing tablets std rtaUoaerr for Postmaster and Mrs.
.sale at J.. B. Screren's drug store. A petition for divorce was filed on and family left Harry Budge Bi Cut
on Friday afternoonfor in
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Ladies'
of Wednesday by RerthaRuxsell vn TIMen \ Shirts
+| Soldier Key. where
G fi Mr. Arthur Spttaet'who!; has been engaged J. Russell In the circuit court. The),the next month or more they enjoying will spend an ]
here respondent in this case was under arrest
some months past wittt"Captain outing and ,
rest at this quaint, pirtur- .s't
Baker In |laying the Water and indictment for selling liquor esque and delightful
spot. During
without a license and junipfti his bond,
xcaiEs, left last'nig!;t for West Palm !Mr. Budge's absence Assistant .:
Post-
Beach.I 1 since which time he has not been I
I rooster M. E. Jones will
heard from. The petition besides desertion ;: be in chargof

I Biscayne cod that newest delicacy.t : alleges brutal treatment and the affairs of the office. rill,

t' Wilson riye-a f. USMrs. other charges common In such cases. I' Mr. Roy J. Myers the efficient : W. M. Burdine offers great bargains


E. A. Perry of Cocoanut Grove Mr. and Mrs! E. B. Dnglass left on I,steward the past of season the P., left ft (t.Wednesday S. S. Co. here for :{e You have to see them to be convinced
Friday for the North. Mrs.: : I
has
f gone to l'hleag\ on a short visit, Doglas ; Key West, whore he will again be
: and -on her return her daughter. Miss will stop in Baltimore until late next I
'H"rberta. Is student : month when she will be one of j Identified for the summer as"assist
who a at the East I. a party ant.In the storehouse of the ,
Florida. Seminary will come home to going to Paris. While there she will I. company .
at that place. Mrs. Myers preceded :
Beginning
-' spend. the summer vacation.T study the modes and fashions of the ,him to the Island City on the last trip I Monday, May 8th and continuing one week.
coming season. Mr. Douglas win I '
continue { ;
' i fof the :Miami over. !
For ftale-Near Miami; faire acres:: ; on to New York where he will 11 j
110 grapefruit trees! 5.000 pineapple attend, lace sale and buy up many j I I *
I J Harry Scott,, colored, an emptop '! $
P. 0. Boxt3. Miami Fla. choice samples for his trade here.
a furnl"h.1 of the Hinnon House, allowed himself' s One lot! odd skirts, latest style and finish. blk., blue, worth 7.50 at $4.98 *
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Sheriff Frohock has gone to St. The large and luxurloury: {pit-belonging s I
Marys, Ga, to vial(' his parents for ed yacht Edris was again in port this ; One '
.several days. He win also spend sometime week with a party of fn'e'gnera onboard as the offense Is commonly called ;, .i, lot same worth $5.50 at . . . . . . $3.98
,theft he was seoopt-d In :Monday ri .
In Jacksonville and will go to seeking to capture 'he Sliver the sheriffs force and landed! behind> ; 1 One lot Brilliantine. blacks and
Tallahassee .before returning,, two or King. One of the party Is Baron E. \ i blues worth $5.50 to $6.00. at $3.98 .
prison bars. The pin
found
was at''
three weeks hence. J! L. Von Tuyll Von Serooskerken, 1.// j
the pawn shop where ,lt had been left !
tary and charge d'affalrs of the :I: You will find nothing nicer
by Scott, thus establishing his guilt. ,: in town
WanU4* -lS or ;0 foot 'dOl7AlJpreferred. I erlands at Washington. If the Baron j

Apply. n:.' M. Monroe Cocoannt succeeds In catching a tarpon It willrequire I ;
Dr. A. J. Holmes, a prominent physician j .
k. Crore. t several lines to get his name 7

" to In the tarpon record. The Edris Is accident of Chicago Tuesday, met afternoon.with"a painful" I; One lot ladies'! cloth, assorted blues 'nd blk., taffeta bands, price 7.50 at $5.00

){r John T. Wilspn, who.has been commanded by Capt. B. T. Ball of turning the corner at Avenue C One lot ladies'cloth, blackS. 50. now . . . . . . $4.OO r
pending the winter and spring months Miami -Fort Myers Press. "bill'I'I'
in Miami, left last {(Monday Third street on a bicycle, the navy blue serge and mixed gray and brown. 4.50. now . . $3.10 v-
morning
;f tor her, home In TIr lnia. Mn. WHson Miss Hannah Phone Shlppoe. the talented wheel struck a bed of And and hehrown I lOne lot misses', same . . . . . . . . $2.98 i
t breaking his right leg.
will stop over In A. Augustine and ringer, who baa teen In charge tte.I'
make a short Ylslt. i of the Miami Conservatory of :Music tween been the ankle and knee. Mt.Holmhas ALL GOOD STYLES AND FITS GUARANTEED '
spending the winter in
for several months, left I
on Tuesday I
city and expected to return last '
evening
4 Money to loan on tmprorM property for her home in Boston to spend they I
to his home In Chicago, but will ,
G. S. Amsden. Coco nut Grove or summer, though she will I
return here
D. Price now be detained for at least six weeks. We also have a nice line of wash skirts in white and assorted
Miami. t again early next fall. En route Miss colorings at cut

V Judge Heyser rettiraed home Shlppoe will give a recital at Palm : "Capt. H. D. Smith. IT. S. R. C. S.. II I prices. One lot of percale wrappers and lawn kimonos at one-third off price fsS.
Thursday
Beach and
another at Jensen from i of Biloxi Rise. Inspector of life saving i I
o+, from Jacksonville where he was which latter place she will proceed stations of the eighth and ninth i I A full line of cotton coverts for skirtings worth 15 and 16jc, sale 12
y been for several days as a witnens In rent nlnh. Miffs Shippee Is a singer dI'j districts, arrived In the city Thursday i II
the United States Court Mrs He,set rare ability and has made many and Friday morning, in company with
who was also a witness, stopped off for here who wish her I .
a pleasant summer's :j i Capt. H. B. Shaw
,
j superintendent of
a few days In St. Augustine. to visit vacation, and an early return In the. I the eighth district, left on- a tour of I We have thrown upon our bargain counter a big lot of percales -
I.
before coming, hoDfe.I II fall. I inspection of all the stations In both '. full yard wide, worth I 12 l-2c:? to 15 cents now 1 Oc :!t-
districts, which ranges from the House .
If 7 M want fe :mina. consult J. X. Alex St. Clair Abrams and M. D. I of Refge station to the upper or north !' It

-y Lama sob agent for!! the oM nIIUIeCOOdL Price attorneys for petitioned Gaston I era South Carolina coast. > IiI .

I Drake Monday filed a suit for ad- I

t. justment and settlement of certain Mr. and Mrs. J. C. )Meredith accotii .; We are adding to our bargain counter every 1b 1

At Jut the Metropolis has succeeded property Interests against E. I*. Brady, panted by a gentleman and lady friend I! week. It is worth while to It 1r
< in baring an Improvement made Julia Brady, J. E. Henderson and &A.. went down to the keys on Friday I your Inspect ,
In the court house square, even thoughit
Waddell
agent for Henderson. Thee aboa'rd the yacht Enterprise, owned t
was small anceea sled In th i suit involves the adjustment "
of title by :Mr. J. E. tngraham, and mastered --
cutting off of that branch of one of the I and right to a certain piece of Miami 41 .
by Capt. Ed Graham, for a few days i '
cocoannt trees standing at the main real estate that Drake claims to have Mr. Meredith Is J f
chief engineer In j
entrance to the.grounds, and .whichhas nrchased from the Iii
I defendantjfender- charge of the surveying of the pro-1 J W. M.
been an eyesore to the publicfor l son, upon contract through E. A.'}1ad. posed route of the Florida East Coast i iRaiUay BURDINE
many month.| The Metropolisextends delL his agent. but which contract the to Key West
and the s.1i
++' thanks to the triply:
person or persons said Henderson declined after he
Is
being made more for business coni i, 1
who had the time and nerve to (Drake) had made full
payment for
netted
with the than
same for pleanre *- ; *j
commit this deed.., the same and sold It to E. L. Brady.. **




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I =- R TINE. ..tQUAJ S- "'t MAY -WEATHER. .- [THEY DEVOUR THE 'I A* Discussed THE CROP by Men CONDITIONS.Fresh From the ''FLAGLER PARTY KLONDIKEATJACKSONYILLE.- .- <+e


The Kind of Weather .This .Month i East Coast. Miami Tug Arrives There to Undergo. i

: Has Developed in the Past !i ii Extensive Repairs v
NOW E TGTiVES. I!, ; BOLL WEEVILS DISAPPOINTED I
I ArruiMi in .)..ck. intillr thi' morning -
i Tile following data. covering ajj The tug Three Friends, hating In
Were a number uf the .
i period of 17 years, ha.. been mpiled rrprr.rut.ite. ----- tow the tug Klondike of Miami, arrived

from the Weather Bureau record at t ul \large r"mmi..i..n i boimt*, who, I) In port yesterday, says the Times-

Jupiter, and i* issued t.. show the hate lor oeveral wrek pawl l.ern oihr n Union of
IN .SOUTHERN .POR AGAINST I INSECT FOUND IN. TEXAS. THAT I CAME HERE TO GO ACROSS THE yesterday. M. T. Key bold, of
{ | condition that have prevailed, during lower chit eoa+t. Tbe.e <'innitiiion .- Miami, part owner of the Klondike.
i FOREIGN DISEASES F CONTl G1. the month in ((iiei-tion for the MAY RID COTON SATES OF THE BAY ON TOUR OF INSPECTION 1 tromp
'. men seven route to p ,into mi tlirwrit here on her. She was moored at
} shoe of but must not beconhtrued I GREATEST CROP DESTRO.YERS.
'. OUS NATURE. M ADAM TOW period years. conk, to tie on hand wl't-n tlicrap ;'. BUT A COMBINATION. OF .BADi i 'the .rrl\1.Stevena shipyards whereabe
'I
as a forecast for the prernt j TO BE PROPAGATED.
; i' ; will ,receive repairs to her' boiler
i ED To HER MOOHirThe > GS TOCJJI.V.: month of May. i tomato from that: part of the LUCKS KNOCKED THEM OUT.. .

I I lean air normal temperature, ,1I j II I I, Stat" h.-jiii< to n...'.... Mr. J. U. l rtkeriiixn.represeiitine .ami will he hauled out on the marine -
Ij [ railway to be painted.
legree. Xarniti May wai in Hal':!, j| VYillian' llarnnaii,
,
The
Klondike ta
not disabled
but XJr.Reynold
A.th an axers-je, temperaturet ii.>
t tk Wac. T. Max :! thief llowar.i uft.. Loin*, todiy wbfii oven by a stated
|
\ yesterday that
as the
I j"lrl'f" t >hJ. -t :\fall'a ii: I.tl.\"tb ,
1t.) summer, State ai A I Government: : s".raJr" temperature of 71 I degree*. nf I i\\.. ntiiiuoliiKli,: bureau depart! Metropolis reporter, relatiiK to the extent "'....rs. H. M. FUgler' nod R. T. (;off, Three friends was coming this way h<*

it quarantine -la wwent I It to effect Mon- I j 11'1,.. higbeiil Uinpernture xva+ tt: de- tarot of a:.:ru'nht.n has "Lorn lOtliel! i of the tomato i-mp.. !>anl : "The uf the Florida East ('oust Railway, ac-j i.j "included' that It would be cheaper for

day. May 1, and from i uw until! Nut j y tao other gentlemen, ) him to tow up than come under his
.
.
ILls !betrrd it ,.rcr in I
exery '
i ember 1st, the quaranti: e>of all Aaier j temperature l degree on (lie s, IS!**. ]'county. Tex: which are' destroying th lia< bruiifbt the ;:roueri in liitulsoiue way.and came down from Jacksuntllle Tuesday I j.morning j i own steam.

if Tlie nrrsgr monthly pr'il.ation.Will I lad! xxeexllyj I! Mr. Reybold has just returned from
lean ports will be main Jned .lth tb. returiisi. Hut tbe E..t..r": marketha for the purpose of visiting I
t.Ui inches, with the Kr..t..tmontl.I ;j I i i- txpe: .-'.-.1] thai nn expert will b.-j', i'I the wreck of the Spanish'steamer Ale
not been and but
.1 vigilance glutted few to. the canal work und dredging In the'hay
[. customary precaution ai )' precipitation |1:1.51; 1 inrlien. in ;, :scn{ b. nu. dasMif for buss ant ar tnoloe went to (bati.tunj ol the lea, Captain, Luzarraga.: which was en rs

For the purpose of ding this all Hat, had the lenst rainfall was l.li in- i ran!:" for ilieir propagation if they'''eour.try. all if but owin,; to a odsund..standin route' to Havana with a valuable cargo ;
? rracticallj < tide crop i 1
t ports maintaining gore ment quarantine rltf in 1SJ .;. The greatest amount of 1 tare' found H* reported ,wit b-jiigbt in by Weotern committion i ibolide jof Inalrnctim the East:: l' xt )welt t of silks etc. valued at $:!55OOO. The

stations began actl 'e business orat prec.ipalion, recorded in any :SI houn, I II Ja *, and the }:astern proper bave was not at their disposal and they were i ii Alicia has a part cargo of rice for Pen- '

J 5 ... "..t! inches on the 30lh. and 31-t.. I Il.i Modern Woodmen in Session. I been : anxious for acola. Mr. Reybold says that the
least, were manned and prepared I I exceedingly jj HHl toi unable to secure another boat until inear
;. The average number of clear. I for steamer is stuck hard and fast and It
inatoes .
week
for the duty and vigilance they arc to t Pecatur. 111.,' tay 2.-Decatur Is entertaining some 10 o'clock, by which time Mr. I j
days was It ; partly I cloudy Ii, aud j ;; one of the largest crowds !nIts j I Mr. rk'O.k..ran.n.oll bring! iiieried by will take some hard pulling to get here

; exercise in the prevention of the com- | cloudy days ."'. i history. The occasion is the 'the reporter an to when the lint carjof Flagler had become disgusted and d afloat again even if this can be accomIplUhed.

: tag Into American ports of persons lire prevailing wind were from the | annual I tomatoes from for west roast would j'j'I 'elded not to make the trip. The engine | ; .
: state gathering of the Modern '
from any and all countries t agall".t outli-west, with an average/ hourly !IWoodmcn of America which will be..I I move, replied by ttajing : "On May alt was ordered and the party proceeded i It Is probable that the Three Friends

which this country unitary and vrlccity of 9I!! mile*. The highest i: '1 1 the 8ara..ota Packing Company will ''back. up the coast. ''will taste again Monday mornlng'for
three
; health restrictions.j velocity attained wa* 4+* mile from the ''In session
Reports from PlatS untrles. such nortVwest. on May :S7, itMti. hate heretofore been devoted ex- '!12 nth. or' |x"' !iibly June 1st. we will thenj sext-n o'clock In Mr.' Klagler's pri- power la pulling! the big!! ship off.: Thee
to business of the order, but
i jcluslvely
81 Cub$. other of the West ; I'I have a clear market s* the Trxa crop ute car which ass switched Into th I Alicia U an oU trader at Penucola.i .

r .Indies and South ports, show FROM FERTILE FLORIDA. i a log-rolling has been made a special I I ,will not begin to move until that date terminal dock yard. It is said that Mr. having plied between Pensacola and
'j feature of entertainment this +
good health c'Ou.UUo.u, nd the ouUoo:c ; year ands ,I, I do no not think however that tbeir i Raster hod! expected to find the yacht I j Liverpool for a number of year

: will result What They are Doing In the Land of in a consequence the attendance Is the : will alfect the Florida awaiting thorn a
Is that the present sun IV I ; | crop crop to any I but being disappointed'.

In a repetition ot last car, when no I the Grapefruit and Pine. 'j largest' In the history of the State or- :|extent, a* we have a good. -start pro lt-nt for !it when it was learned that LADIES' AFTERNOON CLUB
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contagious dISease Its way Into .ganlzatlun.I ',vidi-d the crfp" anti {he demand i i' 'apt. Graham; had ogne to the lower" ; ".

the United States. fOUr Tomatoes are being shipped from ': CoLbuL i 1:'...d." bay on business. He then tried to get j Held an Interesting Meeting and Elect-

For the protectlon qf this port! tile Boynton now in carload lots. :,, Knights of ''i ij Mr. Iteckerti.an said that the 11I .....' acothor G'mr. but failed until the above i ed Officers for Ensuing Year.

tuarantlne boat lIcAd 1, Paul G. Phti- I?"an* are being shipped! in oonsi-1 iI 1 j I lialvt-ston. Tex, Mayseveral'l j' I prier paid fur a car uf loinatoen Na'mentioned:!i hour when Mr' :\1)C'n>owner :[ -
i
fps commanding was towed to her I terablequauttties from Orange ronuty :[:1 1puinU. hundred delegates $I.ili.o.JIbl..h wu |iun-lia- L) hi' : ">t tlie Clara, learning of the predicaiiivm The meeting of the Ladles After-

moorings In the low bay Tuesday I I lat the opening of Mho second an-)1), tlrtn. Vtiei-areoiitained fiottrratt-n. lie*
by the yacht En rprtse "hereaU (). E. Mast of Eden has purchased I|i i nual state contention of the Knights -aid that tbe: rut fount crop 'xxn aixmt :i''of his Is'.lt. but by thai lime services't. /,: 'I he purpose of electing officers for the

:: summer and where aU foreign\ tea- the Italleiitine aud Doughty! groves at i:icf: Columbus The day was devoted to :J!, balf fbipped.I i It r ha-l dfcl'led not to make the trip'1'I ensuing.)ear, was lawly.! attended and

eels: are required tor tt the health Sharpes. I II .'business Including the consideration I I j ''It. the heat was too hot an.l ol'J'r"lIshe.IhulI.h Iprolucthe I i of much, though tnarnionl'ous -

it conditions of their craw and passengers :I J. II. Simon, the! well known i'bila-I I lof reports by nfRcrrg and committees ': Dinner to Dr. Osier. ,>; It in iliouuht probable another Interest. The election resulted a.

k before being allq..ved. to land or delphia produce man, was a visitor at I h i and which showed the affairs of trie!< orj;j Xew York May :.-Five hundred ..trill t ull! be made 'tomorrow as rh'tlnlr e follows" : -

come to the city. The McAdam hi I Fort Lauderdale last week.Crutcbfeld.t j,der to be lu good condition. Tomor- ,',1U,'
been JUoored up the riser all a'lntrr.r Wontfolk! of Pittbnrir i j I,,row will be given up largely to enter- ,.prominence| will sit down at the Wad r.'I..h {Iml''rlan'.... I Vice-President-Mrs. \V.V.. Fari
have bcHia appointed! to represent the !
I talnment. t+errcfary.Mrs.. E. 0.
i Barney.
e I Waucbula Union in their city.The I !tdorf-Astoria! tonight at a dinner to be 1
Amalgamated I lit Session. I i I Testimonial, to Mme. Modjeska. Tl"1'lulul"l'rII"1I. B. L Eaton.
Mutual Packing.Co. at Boynton I lvu lu honor to Or. William Osier
2; Detroit, Mich May!! 2.-The Amal I, LANDED BIG SHARK. Mrs. KrtK-rick.: Mrs. Barney and

gamated Association ojt Iron Steel and hat enlarged 1U building at tbat point I i The record. than jf landing a twent).. 'of Baltimore, who is soon to leave 'or Mrs. Eaton wrre unanimously jwlecttcd. -
which will it Xe'or"" .
give more room to hsn- -, May : -The Metropolitan
Tin Workers one of tpe strongest ca'J die it. output. |foot shark, itiaiie at Palm Beach last ,i ij ; England to take up his work as Re- Mrs. Furls being the only newt

s; most influential- labor' organizations Bryan A Kyle hipped the r tIIIltt..rmdou j i IS"Rwn. and) for the defeat of which .?ius profesbor of medicine at Oxford Opera House, spacious though 1 I member of the board of officers chow x

of America, began Its ''thirtieth annual! I of the season "from Fort |In I challenge was issued, has been : I'nlvorsitjr. Among hose here to at- is. was scarcely able to accommodate !ten

:' convention In Detroit today with deleKates Lauderdali lai.t Meek. Till is Ihefiret broken by Capt. Charlie Thompson, he 'ifiuj the testimonial is a contingent of ihe crowd of players and play.goersIbal I Aft r' the election the plans and pro-

present from. nearly1 all the states iiielou ever chipped from there.Bowliugirernhasurgauird I I who holds more records for large prominent, medical men fiom across gathered, there this afternoon for Jgram! of the year's work were outlined

of the Union. | : a Ve-j i jfish i catches curious tish and denizens i I ithu i i Dominion Hue Ur. Osier Is byi .the bit; testimonial given for Mme.OIOfIj."a.a 'and several matters decided upon that

Momentous questions concerning the getable and Fruit Union. The otlicer* ,lot the deep than any other man mi1i i birth a Canadian, nn-1 was for some f will militate to the greater Interest and

i. Internal affairs of the- ssoclatIon haverisen are A. E. terry, president; J. It. ):i I Southern waters. '>i-ars a professor of VKl!! I'nlverslty : who recently announced her |l development of the organization

during the last year and their Vaughn, vice, and t. W. :Surrency, i I Eight daB ago Capt. Thompson:'at:! Montreal. I permanent retirement from the stag Mrs.' Frederick who recently retnfn- }

settlement promises to make this the secretary. ,and. }tr. and Mrs. )i. E. Tuttle aboard I,!I Among [xproralnent musical and dra- I led' from Palatka where she was the-

most Important convention In Its his The outlook for peaches around Tithe'! latters' auxiliary yacht Savallo '' Ocean Beach Notes. 'malic stars who took part in the performance i guest of Mrs. Adams, president of the

tory. In addition to taking up matters land drove Is now very good'ukes',i '' went down the coast on a cruise and'' { State Federation of Women's Clubs. w

.relating to the wageliscale and condilons j j and tomatoes are blooming. Orange I i iI II j' incidentally to try their luck at tarPon :!,,, Saturday lust sa,," a happy group 01 were M. ignore Paderewski. gave an Intmtlng Informal talk on
High Schoc pupils in charge of Misses" ,who piano Mrs. I!
a
I trees that did not shed their leaxrs [ gave recital. Patrick
of labor the convention will I are fishing. The first was most de- f the federation its work and the duties

choose a successor to President Theo I heavily loaded with fruit and proroisa P' 'llghtf ul and enjoyable and the latter, ;, liayne and Carpenter also Miss LJl 'Campbell, Mr. Oils' Skinner Mr James !!*of each club Individually and coUectlvely riot
; llan Norton ten or twelve of the
j witji
dore Shaffer who has;been at the head I good crop.Arcadiaswm. I decidedly successful. They went no i! O'Xellan.1\ Miss Ada Uehin The I Ia".l. ) with the Federation.

I of the organization j for nine years. t! to have better jinwpecu i I further than Low.er Metacambie and j i I II scholars I from her grade, on and! outing Polish actress luroeif appeared i j' The past year was one of the most
lyr' citrut + I Ito i the Beach for the day. 'I
President Shaffer has declined to allow a good crop floss anyplace I the first night there three silver beau- !I In scenes from Mary Stuart and Mae j I progressive In the history o fthe club.
on tbe West (,' Otter' |: With bathing, gathering shells and
'' the presentationj.'of: ( his name for -o&.t. :i ties were brought in, Mrs. Tuttle land. : 1 Ix-tb and was given: a most er>ttnsia1 i, Many new niembehs were taken ln.esitertalnments -
sections are hoping tbal the June'! 'coral, taking sun and sand baths and
election, .and this hled to a lively 1 ling, two of them. 'SInce then two mo j I Ijhave I tic reception. i given and the organisation
bloom will be plentiful, w hitch will insure : re I'reading' the day was passed moat happily iI
.campaign for the presidency.. There 1! been caught, one each by aft I In numerous other ways advanced
f : a larger crop. : and It was a cry much sunburnel '
are few avowed candidates, but the j Tuttle I and Captain Thompson, thus' $1.761,480 INVOLVED. ,1"'rr'pUbly and bene eJaIl1.I .
+ Almost all the prominent commitsiun :: tired and perhaps, sleepy crowd ,
friends of numerous xtate and district 'i;making fire all told aud averaging 115 '' _._, i __
houses in different part of tint/ who landed in Miami at 4r35. voting It '
leaders are. mentioned connection i''pounds i In weight. In Deal For Property Situated I In, I: APRIL WEATHER. x
1 country have representatives at Fort > one of the pleasantest days they etc
Wig'with the honor as are M. F. Tlghelhe I Lauderdale now"and :i' Fibbing at the same place were air Osceolj and Brevard Counties.J i
to look at tbe'bin |enjoyed. { Temperature: Ralntalh Wind. Etc.Pr-.
present assistant secretary of the as- ,i there ',, aud Mrs. Ralph \Vorthington aboardtheir ; J

} scene every day one would Sunday afternoon the usual Miami I 1 liiinl ihe i|I vailing Last Month.
deal immensity of able h |
social Jon William Apbeny. Gibson of All Yunia and Col. ;
; 8- not think! that there wu a heavy yacht Thompson :: I
: contingent came over on the ferry and is almost lH>xond the comprehensionof -
i
Pa.: Walter Jjirklns.of Martins <'' ''and guests l on his houseboat Ever
freeze in that section not .. '
i very longW. spent two pleasant hours bathlng.etrol- Tlti.- following Is the meteorological
Ferry 0.; P. J. cArdl". of Man. J Jde (i."". 'glade. The day )previous to the land .110. ax erase mind has been conauunnunrl ,,
', ling the beach and sitting in the bade B. summary for the month of April Just
Reachum
by and W. i
Ind.; RIchard FI gerald, of Green l Ill! McVitty: of Ilashuga: had Mtacreuuf i ing of the shark a hammerhead, the 11'1| ij
i at the pavllllon watching the other fed Sba .kleton. through their T. H. [>, past::
A yule Pa. and W. J j Young, of New j line potatoes and tbev are! monster struck and devoured a large agent
lo\\'. S.ipiuiton \V. r:. of i: Hiufci-kt temperature 89 degrees onbo
to Wimpy Fulton
Castle Pa, II perfectly healthy I and free from blight" ,taros which 'ol. Thompson had hooked { !" [
The !Rallio assisted the Phoenix I In :27tb ; lowest temperature 54 de-
<; the .
a Kihsemmee Val
Probably the mot Important pro I lbl+meutischirvuuoar malicioux ...."'on and about killed.. On the next day fituuly. SPVH
.. 'carryiii); the crowds oxer Sunday eve- It y-ta/etite. coos: on the Tjh. The greatest dally 1
+ posals submitted tt the convention i I, circulated a report that blight Lad appeared .his. &hHI'J.fibipas seen again playing Vi
nlll::. Tho range was 1 decrees on the llth, and
of Kale
'for discussion and action is that pro- in his potatoes. Tuus far tbidisease a i about the boats and try lag to ,,;elother | contract "a recordedby i I
'ibe lowest 'dally range was f-K *m IDs
tiding for the aboil hmentof the an-1:{: has not made its appearance ill tarpon stitch had been landed Deputy Clerk W. S. Harwell at the-
CARIB AND KLONDIKE. : lIh
Dual national co&vc itloa of the association ..1 i!, Ila,tiiigt this season. 'land u ht: h wre hanging lu the water court house yesterday.Thf .

tA He and referendum system for i! A new linn has been formed in :-it.'AII l>i t iritmnod to land him if possible, ,."- IIn i he lands, n-o-ntly gold hthe y ,, Ihe mnxlmum temperature for Ute
t' 1 Popular Yachts Return From Extended ;:innnih, was 79.5: degrees, "minimum CC.4
II"till'compot.d'uC l>. J. I I'rande I'ulted land Co.. to the :
the affa of the ; consolldatJ J
conducting rs organ > ("apt. 111:>IIIP"11 trade a line of three I
IK.i 1. Leighton and T. l;. ......Atlnoll'i 1 Trip on West Coast. .d Xii\ III Stores Co, together; lib! rood mean i3.0 degrees.
sation. This > al has coils If iiianila it
and to attach'ed
propo many sup o rope -
'Itoerecla I i 1 IrrRr cold storage; plant in thpriate holdings of lit' n leach The total precipitation was 3.11 Inches -
porters and talks with prominent del jtbitcity. They will conduct Irr.lbe ", hal a tannin It had bcou. in the The
a yachts Carib, Capt. Ton HenMn. ; the greatest precipitation In
anyone
,
'gate'S today Indlra a that It may i i: meat and poultry buiiiiess, botb.i water but a few minutes when the etc am In the Routhfrn |lair!\ions ofant Osct-ola y
and Klondike. Cspt. Charles Ball four hours .i1Inch- l
twenty being : +
wholesale and retail. lirearil coontitMi.
; The
plant will t 1
I
ions t-liirk struck it
adopted. t fastened /
: ; ann was
be one of the tincut in the state out which have been absent the past rev The land Is In one continuous body, 'ell on the :21st and %:d.
ide. of Jark OlI\"illt'-"ruit | It Wes iin|"i.sible to land it by the real weks '
and Produce or more on the lower eastand Tho prevailing direction of the wind
and erm'ana 701.39; : :! acres
Warehouse Fire. News. I'ODimenc'l
Big streitK'h awl Capt. Thimpson waiteduutll
gulf coasts, with l.ntl'alrontl.. .| wits from tho Fast:: with total
a moveJment -
--L I I I Ins "t township :27, south of range :22
!1 ',, it had:! will exhausted Itself before Mrs. )ylcCab- and h--r ""p.Ir..' R. B. ]: of S9: 17 miles, the average honr-
i irldiie .
east and embracing the virgin timber
lay Light Yields. ; I
San Francisco. j 2. The Arlma -!! be haul it
atttuipted to in. and I 1
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P.-icar. owner of the rarlh.! pioard, re- I\clocity being 1.,.5 miles, and mazlniiin -
,'F '," "' prinil'eshave ; 11.; H. 1I1 tllIg.. for Seed man, who even ihen. the combined tfforts of all!1' li.'txi.-en the KlSKlmmee rivern
.1) .
in Moadat{ '
destroyed f.i' Inert .rt- r'inori xeltM-ity for the mlnufes being
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been fires .i[I'll the rail th>- .et and the St Jnhns river on :i,
by entailing recently \I coca section thp
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I i arty a crt required lo accomplishi 1
Capt. Ball reports that the party I 12 miles from the west on the 21st.
a loss of, 150000. p }I I and made a tour of Cite stale, ItIV,s ... net. the east.d .
A hail a muM pleasant outing, but di During tbe month there were lena
,. tbi interview on bit crop obtrvalions. Th. catch wan witnessed by Col.'Thompson 1-iiiinidoratlon III J1,7<>1,4SO! dl-1 1 i: v
i nut pane' expert tarpon tlfchennen.but dyer days; tighten partly cloudy and
| ided the
into I follow
payment::: ;;
Missouri Club Women. and :\Worlhinpton and' tine of the silver tx>aines! being caught. ;live cloudy days. Thunderstorms oc> '
i I invebtigaled 1 for fieJ| of lamas rays $175,000 rash; 1000,000( In ninety days !!
.
family, who Capt Thompson also' Th entire arty left the yachts at Key ;' 4 SL Louis, Mo, May :.-St. iconic I f Is'',I tne and found tbat the yield will be-j,, witnessed the measuring of the flsh 1 West last week and and the balance In equal| psinents tone

today the mecca for all club women exceedingly light per acre, Very few !'which was twenty feet and eight Inch II.Maamer proceeded north' ] and two years. .
Whist
.by Mallorj : League.
from all parts of lUsourl. the occasion : Belds show more than one-third lb fles!!,I in length. There was no of I The contract was dated April 13. ,
way
The Klondike will In- dismantled'' at Philadelphia. May 2.-Falr devotee
yield of last and the
season i is
quality The consummation of this deal elln
being tied tenth annual conventionof !
r
hardly up to the standard. In weighing It.but Capt. Thompson saysjit r rwent 1 once and berthed for the aunt'ner 1 alof: whist are gathered here from a.
the State Fed4ttlcn R of \\01Jl ''' many[ undoubtedly mean the building of
instances f. o. b. sale are uterine and i'i to the neighborhood of 2,000 1 '''the Miami river after which. CapLBall' score of cities to compete In the elcnth. 1
'railroad through that section U
Clubs. The dete3 tes organ w.ivtastil : u y
q; comparatively are going xit nn pounds and Is the largest shark ever;>Ill RO as master of the Carlh to lake i annual tournament of the Woman's
last evening.' 1A,1 day. to Jay each !: would be impossible to handle this
: consignment. This 1 believe to be 10'' caught on this coastOther her to New York tibere she will be 1 Whist League which opened today to t'I
arriving train Srou ctt Its jujU of rlsItors. than the 'large body of timber without railroad ,
the best interest of the grower. fish mentioned above ,Joined by Mr. Scegar and after being I'{continue through the remainder of the

The gathering will be formally :, .-- the Tuttle party landed many ..mallerflhh. fitted with an engine! wllll cruise at.t transportation., week. The play II for the Washing
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opened this evenlt 1r; with a welcomingM.C.A.hnll. The Arguments On. though some of them were monsters the different resorts until early fall I ,i, "KEYS TO FLORIDA TEACHERS' 'ton' Trophy. Cavendish Trophy Toledo
dt mtmstncVjn In ITw :I ,''
J XcYork., May 1. When Nan themselves among Ibw number\ 'when the trip toutb will b,: touinu-nc-.'I EXAMINATIONS. 'Trophy, Philadelphia Cup and other

e local club ) \ 'have thrown trcr' 'Patterson > trial was resumed this brt 1>}g several hug jewf.sb weighing I rd, the Bahamas and West Indies be ,i:trophies possession of the **:,",, ;
tomes ojyo t> tff vlsiton and many :! nltlll- than '"> pounds each. From i-tillinlinen of the uniform': ''
1,I morning U was formally announced Ins vlsltetl I before the yacht,A'fm.-s, :
feata-n entertainment .
notable I .rn 1 tbat the defense rest Its case without I Ii i The return- was made Sunday .f here afloat January lilt :yKteni m I 1,71. You need the work |I Competition of Crack Shots '

beheld dorin. the eeL. I 'i i then began. cmfwy temixMi. and I the Siivallu will at once 'in rrti i-... I ini:: for June examination.: Kansas Clay, Mo., May i,-The teen

Introducing evidence. Arguments then L eo to the hip >ard for repairs, among; l'harleiton. S.C.. May ::.-\IJllt one ,' Widt !ly II....... Wri'e for mdorso'tmcn a. (I[:ty-elghth annual sh-x
Roosevelt Storm Bound. which will l the in of hundred of the )...... Rncliwe. :
be IQ. >c putting l.rgert'll .IiIIt"T'I'Urp'r: p.jh- M.I I with one dollar and nine'i.began here today by tile Ms-uurl St'ht

Glenwood Spring, Colo. May 2. A ( --- < hin window H and the Installing of[ 'Ushers of the South mum <-f tfcmi i ... ntH pifiiac, nt niv risk for noMtpaM I i:.Huh and Game Protective "lIOClatlolt

sturm raged all night at tamp Rouse- :1 Snow in'New York. a 2-r horse power Standard engine In 1 i acnimiKinl'! I by tl'r "I.; ..< and lam spy/ tl.ll I FOSTER .pronilKeg to h* the oiwt tucresful

velt and the wea icr today in threat New York. May 1. A light snow ,the place: ant the present sixteen horse 'llle' are in Char-! +'-,r for ihi n.ir 'AI\ :n f>..tle Hall 111 Fursvth St.Jacfcwnxllle. pulled off under the err

nlns. The mnddj roads hive: mad C I::'fell this morning in many places f in i (power mahUt.rltr! the work has 11..11111 of the .>.! 1-r.e-n t'ndaA! is" Fla. :u>...-la'l'm The, [liberal:1I1)op"et prize of Dave th-

hunting ImpQlslL u and. delayed th' pfie' ctr.tral and northern portions ofith .been completed. Mr. and Mrs. Tlttt e .\........hllj..n.n .'. < > :" pr i ran. .i" <.PK Ltt,I. */"" 'ii..r.s i rn full spar 'trju-vrt: mauy crack a!10'a from tar

leaving .r the ca 'tp, as well as See ,, Statf The snow was accouipan- sn'l family will get away for a seem- ..f t-ntiT,a'inrer'" r..N '<. T i<- '\o.'<-!CI. I ,.-,. l Iw.,is nuiil.-l free with carp cob I.. is parts of the country and the '

Jar '1M'b' dept lure fur this city |IAtJ l by coMer weather. n i .-I'i t '!* :nr Northern waters f T "b" ,1-"Iu. :i ... r n d. !I- '. Jin* :nnt-ii4in i .... '. ',. excrptlonally: good cart 4ce. .

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IT 1f L I CUED C 5 Judge; Charles STATE Swayne NEWS Is, In Pensai 't TENDERED REHousekeepers I Spec. Real Estate_ Bargains ;;oj'/


sions again ready for court business for Club of Cocoanut Grove

prole 'ihe first time biiire the impeachmentlireoefilins Entertained. its Founder. UNIMPROVED. GROVES j

u fOURTH l *. Judge Sviayne went to 40 acres pine and hammock on 10 acres 5 year old trees, 1,000 ..;'J

Pctisarola iMiuic two weeks ago and ,\ ii .>..1! 'ldl l >:!!IIII ivx-M"' "'>ii "'". "n Miami River .. . .$3,500.00 trees 800 bearing ....f.S400.M ;
ratter ..j ias In th> rit}' but a day when he was .r. .1.1lrs.* I'lura't'arl.;.u... ,.f l'.uck 5 acres 6 year old trees, house
> 10 acres land .. . . .. .(450.00
j ? =. Ss SiQILLESPIE mu!led l of UKdcath ?f his mother in .Jill.! N J. bj ;ht mi iul.b. rs!> of tht 350 trees b ra rI .... ..j,5p000 ;r
5 acres land .. .. . .
.$&OO.OO Jrov
IK U Ho Irft the
\\ are. following day i.< Ubekec Club of 20-acr. 2yeal"Oid. ..
; \ RN EYS. \.T LAW, pars I. oioabul oro\e. h $3,000.00
For the Murder of ii a"- u 1\0 tlr&CUe<'&o all co,..... ..AO.tud feast.v .,I 'i> IVnvacola The regular term of a railroad . . . ._ $600,00 bananas; 200 t
of .
I the mod .MS:h-f'il aIT.,urs In orange trees. .S2,500.J0IMPROVED
'.olallalItle.for u&Ul1 1I..u4 peKartlu'r
Gob:: 1. Called ifc.' Ki.d, ral will )Le
ciuirt opened next
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41. ,,1 TitleL I I 'h.b.siorj; uf 111i"r.< /alillll M
',&'JS: : ;Nlatnl. Fla.. Pin ntt.it ni ]ji a. in. in PonsacolaliMsc 11.1. FARMS

Snajne contemplates visiting 1I..Ic.s! the utlidMK, ;:: -ures. I room house e.
iefri < .hiieriif'retl. : : servant house 400 trees, 150
D T. SKAGGS. K. .. bearing on rock
Itvmullc and St Augustine! during I an I Improhiptu nnu.ua! pro rosd. on p

0\IIc0I witb wed ro.o t'b.r'1 AT GEORGETOWN, KY. : the SUIUIIlt'r.Ja..kson'l11e Metropolis. ram wall render>>I ainl l a "h'a"11111! 8 acres of pine and hammock, set In trees, pineapples, etc fine .

Keetdeaeletb&y.. c t..1C't"OU AND :MISTOflY' OF |i lour or mine spent in 1 the liseus.siuu land on time .. .. j. $ ,800.00. ]

I 1Am. LOHiDCDR MOST FAMOUS Th.- Flitriila !Supreme Court was in .f birds. 1-irh lad Jinn1 1\as rallet1 35 acres, 10 under cultivation, 200 bearing trees. 7,room houseon
; -- M-SS.OU; and heard able fur rock road R.
IN AMERICAN opi-u yesterday: iiKin| home expression un ihj < near R.
1. A. .TA. SOI1 a JE. ,oral arguments by lion. Hugh Mac- I feathered trlb-. Some of the remarks 30 acres land pine and prairie water front 1,500 trees small

OFFICEy. i farlans and JuJ;;James F. Glen, of j j \\I're catchy anti nitty while all con house bargain .... .. .-. .. ... .. .. ...... ............S2,5OOJO

+iorEL BISCAY nOCIt, AVE. Dn.ML I i, Tampa, in the case of Dr. Hlrman 1. | rained] sound siitislance all,1 l a.ht.. ..ite.li

i Hamilton plaintiff in error, vs. The ;i their protection an.I .a.-.' esptcialljI '
: LORIDA. Georgetown. Ky., May 1. Stale of Florida, defendant in error I! 1 ilinse: !that are harii.lehs and? benctlc- FIR.E I r TSTJRANCE:

D8R.E. CHAFE3, !(Grated ease of Caleb \': appealed from Hilisborough county. 1.11 to ii.ackiml.
the
Only bfi.t
romriinie r" .rO'tlt'ntt'. Here are some of them.
I :Secretary of Slate of Ibis was the celebrated case in which Miss Mc.-Farlj.nt I is linnnrar presi-:

? DENT! T. f.thrice sentenced to death Dr. Hampton was charged with caus- ,, dent of 'the club, wbtch the founded I.nrrtMM.t.fund !orient.London. New York,V: Glob Cndrrwritrr ln-.uranp.-. of North Am.rica. Fireman 1
lUrtfordi Hanover
,
tiM..U!-nal'dl"f.-'. "" Tw.'hhol' ider of Gov Cothel, .. i Inthe/ death of a female patient while tifcitm&theie I a C"- years ano. German Alliance i

.t' I ''through malpractice. lie was convict. the and her sU't. Vlss Minnie Mc-1
'(1 \ML LOrRD t.I hearing in the district led JOE;. 7: IORN":
in the court below of manslaughter. Tailanthave spent I the -. u..un at Ci>- ,

H.!:. ATLINSON. are fourth trial will j The case has attracted widespread at- i ciMtiut Grow, but now Hut it :s oier. R..ea,1.
Es1n.1c: : -A.so3Q.oy:
-. 1 L"-\\ delay. The Ira sent trial |j t"nl'on.TalIabassf'e' Capital. 'h'-v are pr paring for iht'r t'.u'ai
z4i ATTORNEY T
,be even more interesting I IJOl'thllrllhith to",;' .plme lust
d..Dyer.ocllle
'pttiu ateataNa ri::even '"of jI'ltll'L. sacKmary I eccssors. Former Gin> j! Tlie bill introduced In the House Sunday. much tu -lie renr.-t:; nf i.iany .
.abbe In Ollille. Mr. Campbell, of Gads-
r I/inuu is .....eU B. dlng. >-nterilay by trlrnils both at the trot ,' and l lu Minn.I.
New York recognized as Jen the duties and fix the
1 to define will )
MIAMI.. tiORIDA11RD They probably return again;
? foremost criminal lawyers I salary of State attorneys provides next fall.

W. S. GRAmJN I has been retained to among other features, that the State I .JAD4:1: :

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!tense, and he will\ be Attorneys shall assist the Attorney. IN METROPOLITAN SOCIETY. .
: :, _'Rt R'--: _" '- -_ .' --' '.- -_' .
t PHTIcIAA 'l'D (:.OEOI(. General in the prosecution of all Statecases : ': : ; =-_ 1
mer Governor Yates of
Urnca IX lUlU TEL PHO"E, B'LDO in the Supreme Court; shall represent Delightful Theater Party Given Mrs

several other attorneys of the State .in habeas corpus Van Damm Expenses. by Is rapidly! going to the front as the leading ,
Hours from II a. m to 4 p. m. i
tllI..I.. .. Ft.p ., The Murder of cases; provides for the transfer of I I city in South Flo ;ida. Everybody
William Goebel shot State Attorneys from one circuit to '
was Mrs Van Damm :
Expenses gate a de- is going to Miami. Now i3 the
time to
NLOE, Dentist ber :20, 1900 as he was another In case of disqualification 'lishtful; theater party last Friday,

the statehouse In etc., and fixes the salary of the State .says Life, consisting of twenty-two I' secure a choice location either for busi-

,",-OFHCX oo..L Mole HOL7W SAO.P.:HorriCX before arguments were to Attorney at $%,400 per annum.-Tallahassee -,;young people. They were only an hour ness or residence.. Choice locations in
Building *I'M Ulb,k.
KBo1DKNCB.Mbbtneataoik.srd In Fri-eU contest for the .govf> Capital for I so late and presented a very prettysight the city for sale by ; : : : : ; : y
( as they took their j
L MIAMIFLOBIPA.W. I seats with
State. Ten persons were The rumor that the Florida Eat much chatter and gay laughter. All

MARTENS, M. D., his murder including some Coast Railway is acquiring land In were In high spirits and enjoyed themselves -
H
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Sona.opltiLl South Jacksonville for the purpose o\ thoroughly. The FORTDALLASLANDCO.
: t. prominent Republicans In people qn the
.W: building shops and other terminal facilities .stage seemed somewhat .
lluM Omen:. >>... npoail4 Ate.C Ex-Governor Taylor woo annoyed and I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Hoar ego 1.p. II& is offlcally denied by Mr. J. R. I most of the audience left the theater oooooooccoxxcoooooooooo

-a Bt"lfJU VI tug )I lUll ed of being a party to Parrott, general manager of the road, before: the last act. *
'
:". the State, and has ever who stated to Sun reporter positively I On man In the audience-and I Call onAjjent. Or
such
TI E. n ZLLY. ::- IhTC+ 31'iD6
TOHIT S. !FREDERICK, gitive from Juit ce. that nothing of the kind was contem'amen should be put out-had the bad Fort RA "
: Vice-Pres.
CIVIL ENGINEER was Sergeant W. Wharton plated. Mr. Parrott stated that the manners to hiss Just because Miss Dallas Land Co.. Miami Fla. Land Co., Augustine. Fort Dallas, FlaXXXXXXXXCXXCXXX30000000 j,'
e reort arose from the fact that he had Chattor Loud
and Miss
YOR. Tootsle
AND SURV the State !Militia who Talkie
bought three or four blocks in South :' XXX>OOOOOOOOOOO
happened
to laugh
Gary Public for atatt'at Lart. Paittcnlar plicating Caleb Powers, merrily for a longtime
Atk.tloar1eeuto1.UDhviS .ua Lapp frat. Jacksonville for the purpose of getting
during a critical of the !
part play.
4 D4c over PoMoffli'C. f .Secretary of State;
MIAMI: gLORIDA.C Iris, W. H. Pulton and some tracks Into the company'syards ,Roth Miss Loud and Miss Talkie weremuch I
and that, he said is all thereis better
dress'd-more rhlo In
ev-
ker. It Golden ho
H. RICHMONi, | Icated James was Howard, who ( to the story.-Florida Sun. cry 'ay-than the wife of the man PJ4-,4 ?

REAL EST TE."OI ed in April Wl. along ,,' who hissed.Justor! _

[ T PERRINE\ CRAM PCBUC'J"'D: f oMPANroTAaY "" 'ard!Dlck"Powers Coombs., Culton Whittaker., Ch eseepte&I Capt.The John luxurious Gardner houseboat, with the Everglade owner., .(ICKJ math Ktibb.('han'ragn"Vas who perhaps very had amusing taken- I L

STATE AT I.ARt. ,land Golden. Col. Rob M. Thompson of New York ;;, and Miss Lulu Inkum, who sat : fr71BEL. 1.I 1. {
k
JOTLEK FIXBIDA. j Powers was the first and his guests Admiral Sir Charles next him became quite hysterical with
Bercsford, the well\ known British naval ''
was sentenced to life laughter. A' fussy old gentleman who
H. P. BRAN IMG commander and :Mr. J. IL Guernsey
'I,but he obtained a new Fat Just in front of them with his twodau.hters. &el. ha tL :
and ConlorPmmpl
Attonrji of Washington, and others, was I
!ground that the Jury was called an ufhr and asked .
AJtrntini lo Cokctlow. --Rcfcmce i being again convicted he in port Monday taking on supplies. him to speak to Mr. Kubb. Of course I ? *

Dade c-t Stilt Bank [another trial and In De< :! The- Ererglade stopped here In January Mr. Kubb and the rest of the party' i ?? &?IJ.vy W6&

Wet-t Palm Beach I Florida ; made a public appeal on Its return trip to the East Coast merely laughed at him. The old gentleman ,
t- the rfom St. Louis, and Col. Thompson and his two daughters\ loft the
carry on a third trial ; i p 2thLI4
returned here for the of enjoying C !
'JAMES: T. SANDERS, jtn his conviction and purpose theater soon after, which was Just as :
) few days tarpon fishing.: His =
a .
c'. ATTORNEY! AND ',death well None o" the party wanted< them :''' "
friend, :Mr. Guernsey was fortunate 5r r
Jl
COUNSELOR AT LA\V- i I James B. Howard was there, anyway. I I /f / A- It4- .9
In landing a great Silver
Satruday
'!In September 1900, and There are sure to be cranks In every i i

,Commercial and Def-mlt Seal EIIt Co.tKL. w. Agent Md.lotPtdfiuj {; death. He received new King, at Four Mile Island the big audience, however. Som peculiar Jlt'r'l .,1- Y-r c:

I Omen w 11"..no. awes rtIDlOM. Boa IS}j[third time was sentenced fighter weighing 1S5 pounds, and sons, for instance, made 2:. f'I4r VVU4< :!;
MIAMI. FJXRIDA.MITCHELL measuring 7 feet Is length and 3S
disagreeable because membersof -
!iprisonment Henry very ,
inches about the girth-the largest i !( 6
r>. PRICE, :;Iof those Implicated in the : tarpon landed in Florida waters this 11r'An Damm Expert's theatre e4..7 f CL ;t
given a life sentence. party prevented people front hearing ,,
:
season. The party will remain In .
Attorney at Law and Solicitorin Just before the shooting! the actors. But !goodness: What are. I .
Chancer I W. S. Goebel had ben the river for a week or so, and the theater parties for I'I'I'lann.. '
Admiral declares he
ed Governor of Kentucky, i popular English Anious those whom' Mrs Van Damm ilrown I IF.JlppnIlFe A: Nlnodv. IVrrine. Twvedcll ISro-, Cutler.
i 'office: Jlatrbetttndt.: MIAMI. FLAW. will afoul of silver if It
[ run a king
: chaperoned were Miss Sallle .\. J lIu..kci.ltt1 Kiver.K. .
;entered a protest, and the t
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}( ; L. O. Sjostrutn, Hallandale

c.MAYJ ARD, 'jlslatnre.,was the which proper, under party the to !- Boodle :Miss. Chattor and Miss 1.0111.1ISi Tootoo: Killing.PuisyMurhinprlat. \ 1"1.. L.. McDonald KicharCs.I ) tv Boca: Co.,Kat FuUord.'me. stranahan \: Co.. Ft. LanderdalcMM

: : before coming to Fort Myers.Ft. : t7. Lrm.in. Lantana. Boynton 'V I'arkcr. Boynton.
I smatter declared in his sod Among the gentleman\ were DedlclshRuhr .

-4- Thousands flocked to : Myers Press. The Everglade sailed Jr., Heritage Dou1ltil.. Mr \Vhar- LOOK FOR THE "LABEL
j) 'from :Miami this and is
on trip expected '
I the shooting. Friends of ton Kadd Mr. Bra>nless Pupp, F.
to return here within the next week
man did not hesitate to Poorlelgh Bredd and young Lord
.8 [ ten days. I
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. ernor Taylor in the Drynkmore.
FREDK. S. MORSE
i I
Perfect fitting, easy 4rinjj gluten before Goelx was shot ,
men A clipping published in the Miami Governor Hnch. of Kaus.n. aiuinunofs
," are a (Treat comfort. Wih our rxtro- been filling up with I II
sire pparatus and experience mountains. Fearing ;:Metropols, tells of the damage to the that he will make no more public

". there it no' JtUl'IIl work\ Price rea-I Governor called out the cocoanut tree at Miami by the cold speeches because he has lost some of REAL ESTATE
onable. We repair Watches, Clock, I -
1 Jewerlj and Spectacle {.[A portion of an act which. further 'In January. Here in Fort Myers it isa' his teeth. If that will stop Kansas '

p 1 year trade a.,ked for. lo prated on Arnue get of hs! enlmles. matter surprise that the royal palm oratory there '1&11hI'\ a general; disposition ;,
D between ISth and lath St*. Frequent attempts were ,and the fish tall palm trees stood the to discourage; dentists from do O ill co up stairs Cor. Ar. < and Ii 'b o-s.!

W.Je'e C..1..1',MAYNARD.Ooiiclan Democratic members of : weather much better than the ing business In that State Miami. Dade Co. Florda.
.
,|pure to meet and declare cocoanut trees, for while the leavesof -o -

led, but Governor Taylor the former trees were scorched The dull season is now upon us and j'

'each move. Finally they have put out fresh healthy leaves many will be hard pressed to tfdeover ,AGENT, OR LANDS OF" ---v
PlTENTSOppettM !that shows the confined the :
Louisville and held a damage was long summer month Merchants Florida East Coast Railway Co. '
making Gorbel the chief the outer lea\es. The tropical trees especially! will feed l the s'rani rud) be .

FCC "CTU''ED. J. W. C. Beckham the suffered most here were the man who don't aherrll'E' will suffer the Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co. '

.fIlS...LOWS"...uPC.-_-..WrCNYnU....-_.aq...... ernor. After GoebeVs (), (which were covered with new jTentesl. Vnlosu the po7T; iiilee. )pI Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Cn.

--'-..._tn.rent.: .arreroarnT .r :.;. all,.' succeeded 10 his claim, j jI growth and bloom spikes) and the Informed 0:1 whtnvi-, ?rat. ahe r, .. a

.costa Jti..w dl--.. royal poincianas. The alligator pears yil.m 1 : '. r Halo and ,-hr ..ir't .
I sally upheld by the United
TIMe_$Ota.f... "" ..........PDt- !
I ad OUPralCRT. .......1)- jpreme Court. only had their tops damaged and the for It, you and your business will soon

O. .. Patent Offlo. *, Caleb Powers, whose sapodillas did not have a leaf touched, he forlo",,". Life Is tot -h"'i ami l tlrworld's
WASHINGTON, O. C.DSYWM l Now is the Time
I now on, Is about thirty-five and now have the heaviest crop ofrlPE'nlng "hirl tag pr'''i' I.., o ..'.i m F

He was born on a farm In sapodillas seen in Fort MyersIn keep thin rinds and t. ..II \"n i iii,
.
I i and was educated In some 'eara.-Fort Myers Press. l less you stay before them and! draw

schools. He was elected their attention. Tht" merchant must To Plant: Orange Trees %
I
!![State by the Republicans, I Mrs. Dr. Huddleston. who has been ilo that bv advonlsini Fri."- h. no .t '.

from Ms office that Goebel confined to her room the last few days I le Is """:1 .line in the *hnfff ani 1 ui rdi :. and Grape Fruit ,

KILL. COUCH I I with threatened congestion of the for that which, foods th. ..in<-aa of

AIt CURE TIt. LUNCS The editor of the :Lungs Is reported convalescent today. progress and lou..lnt'tt.
,ought not to object to Aso Rose Bushes for \Vinter Booming J

WIT Dr. King's lican on the board of i!'''Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's And all other ornamental trees and shrulis
educational institution in
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;E a The Biggest Cut Price Sale ever >






held in Miami will be inaugurated !





t AT SEWELL BROTHERS.







-, $;1Qlooq worth of fine tourist goods,odd lots sample lines }



4l will be thrown on our counters and sold regardless of costOne


glance )n our store will convince the most skeptical person that we have a mammoth stock on hand and entirely too much stock to carry through the dull

summer sea$on of the next nix months. We need the money; we do not need the goods. The goods must go, the money must come. The way to get money '

from the American people is to give them more than their money's worth, give them a bargain. We have put the knife into the price on,these goods from 25 '

1 to 50 per cent. and we cordially invite you to come and inspect: goods and prices. And to make this sale interesting to all who cannot find what they want in

onr tourist good, we will give a discount of. 15 per cent on anything the house except contract !goods which we are not allowed to cut on ---Stetson flats;

i Queen.quality, shoes; Sweet Orr overalls. Below we mention a few of the wany article we will offer in "this great sale which will last until June 1st

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MENS SHOES LADIES & CHILDRENS SHOES r


'9 Lair i Ilanan tan shoes 200 pairs .ladies', misses'and children's shoes, odd and *.
were 6.00, to close sample lots, ranging'in; price from I. 50 to 4.oo, 00 "
ri' .at this sale . .3.50 to .1.

"., 150 pair men's while canvas 3(1 pairs children's white canvas;: bare foot sand- +
MEN'S SHOES: x oxfords and lace shoes, als. were 75C and too, slightly soiled, to close. 55c
'H S. & H make (ate
: 49 pairs ladies white satin shpj>ers. were 4.00.
IN .' 1a slightly soiled), were 3.50, to close at. . .1.00 l le

CORRECT STYLES: s at to.close.I. .. . . .1.85 I 37 pair ladies' patent kid oxfords and slippers ;
were 4.00.t.5o and 5.00. to close . 2.35
a.s, 65 pair men's sample shoes,
former prices ... and 17 pairs tactic white buck oxford. 37 pair cbildrenV! blue and red lace
) 50 4.00 N & n. were fit ..hoe were I..: and
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I ..;.S'. 5.00, to close at O CA now.. ,. ,pb. - this sale. . ... ...JU 10 pairs ladies' white !",..oxford.. I 12 pair infant fine kid sandals. i "
17 pairs )lanan' patent kid oxfords, were at.were .S.(M,. to clo:. .c 4.f\f\\J\J ;'' arc 1.25. to. clone ..OUC

II.00, to close. .. . . . . . .4.95 42 pair infant soft M>le .anda!...
I 22 ladies'white back oxfords, '
s pair : lace and button shoe., white ,
pink
o :z. pair lianan patent kid lace shoeswere Laird \ Shober make with tan
j blue and red. f 5o. *
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7.00 to close I .. . . . .5.55 quarter. were $.iiO 3.65' were .JOL 3 Qtockwcat
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to close at .. ..
19 pair &.I H.I patent kid. cloth top ,i .I't pair,infantrMdit role hoc*. were
-. i/ shoes, wereS 7.00, now . . . . .3.85 .flippers.;4 pair; ladies'patent and *.in,.) ':, at U.ent toto.r /4 C/ tt i

; I 22 pair men's heavy shoesrock crushers) SUoiier make were 3 752 pair. mi<..:*' kid and patents _
. I 1.40 1.11to\ cloM. at .. 'here *-."". tn ' were 2.00 and 2.25, to close I at. ; . dt..eat .. I I 5 C.
13 pair men's white buck oxfords. NT & B. Above three styles are of Jt .
were 7.00. to close at . . . .3.90 the (inset. make in the worldihtl IIHI\ ludie%4.iled." wink to c.oT duck oxford COST


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Clothing & Pants II Shirts

., fu men's negligee shirts
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Boys . /. 3 8 C
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;4> .. :M ti3 ;men's negligee} shirts,
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were 1.25, to Q1'J
n; 11 suits men's washable linen.were 17 suits fancy imported cricket "r close at . O / C 4"s
6.00. to close cloth white and with stripes in'Q men's fine imported madras C

; k at. . . . .'. .3.85 black and rcC'n.were A PJ shirts, were A O Ooo.
} ': j 17 suits men's cheviot and_ homespun 30.00. to close at. 1 l 65. __._.____ ____ __ i' -. to close at l .

its\\' re 12.50. O 15 1 55; ; men's fine imported madras, ucre ::. ;u and 3 uo. to close. at . . . 1.65
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,, I .. . . O. 12 hoys'suits were '
to closest. : ... to close at. . 2.65 37 men's white stiff bosom shirtserc 75C. to go at. . . . . 38c
27 SUitS men s worsted suits, neatt 50. 48: men's wh'te stiff bosom shirts \\ere i.jo. to close . . . . 78c
4 effects, were 15.00. men's .
1110'7 pair pants
to closest. 1.00
close. .
were !1.75. to
I S suits, men's fancy worsteds and H ats.- BELTS
Scotch cassimeres men's wool 37 :Men's belts assorted, were ,-0 and
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i pair
f it t silk lined: 20.00- at. .14_65 .-were 19 2.50 to dose pants at. Il*55.. IOU men's .straw hats tourist goods, 750 t.at. . . . . 37C

were 3. 3-50. and 1 $.00. to close. 1.00 MEN'S HALf HOSE
50 suits of men's brown overalls, were 2.00, to close I per ,
suit.. .- .. .. . .. . . . . 60cRemember 65 straw Ints. were 1.50 and 2.00. to 200 pair men's fancy half) hose were 750.and ,
.' clost- at . . . . "5Oe 1. 150 l pair men s fancy half hose, were 35C. .
44 men's o2t lusts assorted, to go at to close at. . . 21c
y that in our store you will have the largest New York TRUNKS #

stock. south of Jacksonville to select from, made by the loo men's and 1 loys' white linen caps 3 leather trunks to dose at N. Y. cost.
f were: 75C and i.oo. to close at..25c 5 raw hide trunks to dose N. Y. cost.
LARGEST and BEST FACTORIES IN THE WORLD

This.i Ja chance for ward robe at and below New York wholesale It is matter
are yon to replenish your cost. just a of turning! ;goods into money with urn.
STOP tIay and loot! through this mammoth tock and you will realize how much money you will save by doing butiine:O-K with us right now: Don't forget to

t bring JOUJ' pocket book as this itriC'tly a ;pot cash sale. Remember we will return Ro you 1ft per ceut. on any purchase and 25 and 50 per cent..on all goodswe

wish to cJo e."J'h.1 s sale will last until Tinne 1 st. Come: :: eari and avoid the rush +
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