The Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 19, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075058
oclc - 31626392
notis - AKR3413
lccn - sn 96027198
System ID: UF00076100:00101
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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VOL. 9-NO 50. Comity* Count Seat?ofDtd MIAMI DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.-M IW 19 1905 EIGHT PAGES t

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''tropolis does so with" the understand. NAN PATTERSON WAS RELEASED I I
It tug that they are fire department
I I property and are to be used exclusively AT On Her Own Recognizance By District I
j' for fire duty It also extends NIGHT Attorney Jerome. I

thanks I to Chief Haney for his most .

ARE NOW HERE (generous assistance in purchasing the New York, May 1:. San Patterson : i WAS GOOD
11 horses In which" he consumed much) So That It Will Meet the Approval of All, or at Least the again breathes the air of freedom. (

I fof his valuable time and liberal cf. Majority of All--The Changes Made and Some I This morning District Attorney Jerome -
forts. Also to the Florida East Coast appeared before Recorder Golf

f Steeds For Miami Fin Depart- I Railway for transporting them free of of the Discussions Indulged' In.' ..I and recommended the release of Mls.3: Dave Mungo, Colored, Instantly y
cost from Jacksonville to Miami andIt I
'rnent Arrived Tuesday Night. I trusts that the department In accepting --- Killed Wednesday Night, jl
What was lacking in attendance at rule. Mr. Blackman's motion was lost
them will be kind, considerateand
the mass meeting called for last night on the vote being called.
careful of them In all manners and
The team of horses purchased by at all times, and that they will serve at the Fair Building for the purposeof Immediately following this action Beau -s be had lilted up on bad'

the citizens of :Miami by |ut>Hc subscription fully and satisfactory the purpose for amending and revising the proposed Mr Hormr moved that the provision 5 _,:_ r 1, I I booze 'MII,,M! and abused !the officer e
gf treating a board of pubic works bo yt'v- !having L 1 ...i uuUcr arrest tad then attacked
I f for the purpose drawingthe which they are Intended. city charter, was fully made up by the stricken
from the
; Mr.I T. V him In' hand n
The horses will be driven to the i' 3' a to band fight
J} new chemical fire cngfce arrived chemical engine this afternoon and it Interest and lively discussions Indulged Moore moved that Mr. Homers motion "q ti1q ':Dave Mungo, colored WM shot throughthe

last night from Jacksonville ', and were |I. by the one hundred or more repre be laid on the table, and the same heart Wednesday night between
its, hoped that tb'y'Ill meet with the e
l ,Immediately taken possession of by approval of those who aided in their s nlalive citizens. t I I II r as carried the hours of 10 and 11 and instantly

$, 'ChIef Hardie and a delegat on of fire- purchase and gift to, the :Miami Fire :Mayor John Sew ell called the meeting :i Considerable discussion followed +I killed.
i i this action as to the amount of taxation The light and shooting occurred at
t= A men. i Department.J. to order and after stating its object -1, I
and millage that could be levied. ; the Intersection of Seventh street and t
The horses are unquestlc nably one and purpose was unanimously I Mr. E. L. White I I Avenue D
Flq J.I R. HERNDON DEAD. I thought the provisions and culminated after the-
!.f'": of' the finest if not the finest.. team elected chairman of the meeting. W. allowed. too much latitude and grew I I I negro& had cursed, abused and threaten.t _

j. In Miami or this section of Florida W. Prout was made secretary. This very eloquent In championing his ed Deputy Sheriff Gore from Third

cnt'y are dark bays, full six een hands Father of Mr. George W Herndon Expired was near half past eight o'clock and caOse and the fixing of a permanent I 1 street, here he bad ben arrested for J'
at MacClenny Yesterday.Mr. mlllage Others Joined in the debate I using profanq and Indecent language
1 Ugh and weigh thirteen hundred as the city attorney had not shown up 'I
and while some favored Mr. White's : to the point where he made 'the assault.
g pounds each. They are b ooded T.. George W. Herndon the well Councilman Wharton was sent to look II .
I proposition, others objected[ on the i Immediately after the negro had
,;r braska stock and full bro icrs. Both known and popular assistant to Manager him upbut fortunately he did not,have I}| grounds that it would be Impossible to I I run nauos. (!fallen Mr. Gore summoned Sheriff Fro-

are sound In every respect, without a W. H. McDonald, of the Western toga far as Mr Atkinson was foundon 1 operate the city spot B axed amountof I, hock and Dr. Skaggs. but life was extinct F
Union office in this Patterson upon her own recognizance,
Telegraph city.re-
f acai or blemish and look die modernt his way to the hall, and upon his I taxation as the exigency might I when they arrived ten minute
r and endorsed
the Indictment
ceived the sad intelligence
t: yesterday
arise when the funds !later.
: ire horse from head to ft They arrival the business of would not be t
cf the death of his father, Mr. J. R. the meeting I her to the effect that he did not be-
sufficient to meet the requirements of I Following this Constable Nicholson< ,
were purchased In Jacksonville of-H. Herndon. which occurred yesterday was proceeded with. lieve at this time and In this county I I
improvements, etc The question was Ii upon authority of Justice W. S. Hill
J T., Armlngton dealer in high 'grade morning at his home at Ma<<-Clenny.andhe Mr. Atkinson read the several chang->, that another trial of her would result i exofflclo
finally settled on a motion from Mr. 4a; coroner, summoned the
t horses, and selected by Clef T. W. left for that place last night es that had been agreed upon at the Tatum that the amount of levy be fixed '':' In anything but a disagreement I'fallowing Jury of inquest who after ;
The information also conveyed the I meeting of the council and invited citizens i I:, Miss Patt'rl'On1'88 not in court at
Haney of the Jacksonville fire department at ten mills. viewing the body.adjourned until Wednesday
news that Mr Herndon, who was 71 the night before. He recited i I[ the tJme but was brought in later and I II '
from several good tlven ams, and An amendment was made abolishingthe ,I I when they met and after
that section 5 had been amended | formally released.
years of age, had died suddenly with so '
I I hearing testimony of Mr. Gore.Cap-
ut" in his dep 'tnlent before fee system and providing that no :Miss Patterson left I
a "try- heart faillure. Deceased was one of as to give the municipality the power" Criminal
from I ,taln Watson; W. E. Tonngs and U. W.Oshornrendered .
arising fines shall be
money paidofficers.
h.A to 'streets build Court building the Franklin '
being sent the best known men not only In his open dockage and br street
I a verdict of JWltU1a'lehOlUlcide
The origination of the piSrfto pur-* Immediate section, but throughout the make such assessments" as may be I entrance, where" two thousand persons and that the shooting; was

chase theae horses for the flre" department State. He had been prominently identified agreed upon, etc.; that me provision The charter having practically been I cheered her as she made her appearance In self defense. J. II. Cheatham C. A. '

r was conceived by the 'fletro polls with political issues and the development making the city t>engineer an elective gone over, )Ir. Prout moved that the with her father and lawyer. They Mann, W. J. Gentler, it McCown. IL
.. ; (officer had been draft be adopted as amendeMr'I. driven to her office in
'which realized that to mal' the new of Florida for\iiany years, eliminated from sec. ', I were la\\r'l n, Doane and J. B. Tompkins
S that the prescription of section 15 Tatum in support of the motion, asked the World building She will leave
.. :: combination chemical engine. and hose and was one of the makers of the present -If ; I Deputy Sheriff Lon Gore, the officer
: .wagon. effective, that horses were State Constitution as a memberof had been so changed asto* make the that If anyone had any further olijectlons 'for Washington this afternoon. who did the shooting testified before
city attorney elective by the I that they be stated, and fir
the House of Representatives In people .. I the Jury that he had arrested Muas o
got'ten: : 18S3. He' was a man universally respected instead of appointive by the council quested or suggested, that In adoptingthe Judge, P W. White, of Quincy fatherof I on Third street for using profane language
useless With and honored, and the son and ; that section 17 had been revisedto city charter that all personalitiesor our townsman Mr E. L. White, who
It Is
.... 3o t. practically I ; that he was drinking and after
this knowledge and realizing that the : family have the sympathy of the community make the members of the council exempt whatever,objections one might en- 'I has been visiting his son here for some being arrested turned his abuse OB.

it.. city of Miami is"sorely in need of the in thier bereavement. from a bond as had been originally time past, left last evening for his I v

j proper fire protection the Metropolis i prescribed; that to section 20 there Continued on Page 4. home In West Florida (Continued_ on Fourth Page.) ,
f. started a public subscription fund to I Bought a Fine Orange Grove.A had been added an extract framed ------ ---- -

e.\ purchase a pair of horses, h'rnesg and from the city charter'of the city of I

_t ,bangers for this apparatus It was at real estate deal carrying with it Los Angeles Cal, which gives the I t
a .first thought that the sum bf $400.00 the sale and purchase of one of the people a right to vote, when SKi\lealr. .z

o would be sufficient. for the :,iurchases., John Ellis orange and citrus fruit grow Lg, upon any proposed ordinance be-

;"'The public was generous in its support es located a few miles up the river, fore it became a law; that the fine\

*i& of the plan and the money was was consumated esterday. The purchasers prescribed against any city officer for v

t ; 'easily ynised.i | are M,ussra Wm. A. :Marsh drawing a city warrant, when there I r ,
i With the money in hand tie buying and father, largo produce exporters ot were not sufficient funds in the treasury .

waifs order. A suitable team could New< York, and vhlle the terms of purchase to meet the same, had been ,ilia- .

not be had In Miami and Chief Haney are for the present kept private mated from section :29: ; That in section i[ -

k' of Jacksonville, regarded.one of the I it Is knorn that the property 41 the clause making the Issue of city I i .

best firemen and Judges of fire horsesin t I I brought a consideration well up in the bonds at denominations of $1,000 each,
the countryWBS communicated with thousands of dollars. had been striken and left blank; that

H Ifll* and asked, to buy a team for the de This grora U one of the finest in changes more liberal had been made I Do You Wish to Have a Suit made

partment. He most generously gave Dade county and embraces a fraction In the election prescriptions of section ]

bIB time and services and after: examIning over nine acres in extentIt is advance 43; that section 17 had been so changed -

a number of : i ed well toward the stage of maturity as to eliminate from vaxationmort-

the pair that were purchased. He and with the extensive improvementsthat gages, stocks and bonds, and in their .

wired the result ofhis investigations the Messrs Marsh intend to put place substituted the word!' "household to Fit You? i

to the Metropolis following it with & there in Jhe stu pe of a dwelling, etc. goods, kitchen furniture, dogs and ;

,letter in which he said ;the could I It will be made :a most attractive spot all personal property" and that the ,

tit get a cheaper team as thai been Intended The Above mentioned gentlemen paragraph assessing property at full j

if: by the Metropolis it advised came to Miami a few days ago for cash value had been eliminated; that I "

against it as a good team would be a their first time, and were at once Impressed the time for having In band all assessed hui
'1'; more-profitable Investment ia the end.r with the natural conditions collections be changed from IF SO YOU WILL\ FIND I ,

The plan was. concurred |n by the and especially the climate of this sec the first Monday in January to the ..
Metropolis, as the originator of the tion, they declaring that the heat is 31st of March.
plan to furnish the fire partment, not as oppressive, or severe as in the These with a few other minor changes -

with a team of horses a nil 'by Chief,, North and will remain here Indefinitely and the correction of a number of

iQ Hardie aad the firemen. Fo;r hundred before going there. They intend to typographical errors and omissions in
SewelTs! EstablishmentJ
(, dollars were in hand and I ; then became make their home here at least eight the charter, Mr. Atkinson stated was Tailoring

., necessary to raise another $100 months out of tile twelve each year. the substance of the changes decided

". to, make the purchase of the 1 horses. upon, in the original draft of the bill

,,' ,Again the people liberally rind freely I "DOWN BY THE SEA." Here Is where the lively time and
contributed and the amount ira quick I Interesting duscussions began and I..
\ ly raised. A certified check|was.sent I One of the best and most appreciative continued until near 11 o'clock, when a

:, Chief Haney for the purchase He received audiences that ever attended an motion by Mr. Front that fhe charter IS THE PROPER PLACE TO PLACE YOUR ORDERNo %\

4-j;. : it Mondamornlns' and the be t adopted as changed, prevailed and
amateur perforuance in this city turned
J horses came out that night jjn a stock the meeting adjourned. The ball was .
out Wednesday night to see the
i3s ear generously provided andf with free pre- started by Mr. E. V. Blackman, who oft
x..;' transportation; the Florida East sentation at the auditorium of that objected to the city engineer being '

t Coast Railway. i pretty litle drama "Down by the Sea" appointed by the Board of Public experimenting and Chicago "monkey" ,(

The horses are here, but :*s the de- The house was more than comfortably Works. He thought that he should be ''
,a.l' ., business there. X >w York tailors
'I partment is In need of quarters both filled, and every part, cnaractes and appointed by the council labor under

; lor the engine and the horse f., the City feature in and of the play was en- the board of public works, but make right on the "spot" to take your measureright. ;

Council will be asked to provide mon- JoyedOf his reports to the council. This he
Latest imported cloth right on i
4ct .ey for the erection of a temporary shell the, drama Itself nothing but said would prevent as he put it,. the
sufficiently large for stplls and the engine praise can be given. It is brightcatchy forming of a "wheel within a"!heel." the table to cut. Tailors right .in the '

i untO such time as the new city .and'interestlnc and always captivatesand and be a suing to the city in the lend.
work ready to do the work Fit !
ban and fire headquarters shall have it is probable that is was never He said that other, cities had lost by room ,

been erected. This o the council will better rendered, at least t>y amateur such actions, but by having the city and workmanship guaranteed be right

r probably do and,within a fey days the talent. than last night. Of the char engineer and the board of public worksto .1.1I'

apparatus will .be in se"1feFundI acters the same consideration can be report to the council It would serve

r 'for the purchase of ,the harness and given. They were good and well in as a check and prevent any fraud that )

bangers are still lacking, bi t as there their parts, both iadivlmiany and col could be perpetrated, and he finally I

is a comfortable balance remaining lectively. Some of them have been made a motion that the city council JOHN 1 SEWELL & BRO.P.
i from the sum prescribed in, the bondIssue seen to advantage on the stage before appoint the city engineer. .
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to the credit of. the I re department while others made their first ap. Judge Heyser seconded the mouon, -I
It II probable .the c tuncll will pearance but acquitted themselves but Messrs. B. B. Tatum and J. A. Mc- 4
r purchase these necessaries, but. If possible creditably. Donald defended the charter provision -

r, the Metropolis,would. 'like to leeR All in all the play was all that could and recited good and various reasons S. Cleaning and PressingFor "J.

them supplied by the citizens and the have been desired ana as a result of why the engineer, working under .

team made complete In that manner.IB the liberal patronage given it quite the directions of the board of pub Ladies and Gentlemen. 'f
giving these horses to the fire a sum was realized for tie cemetery lic works should make his reportt to

try' '.department, on. behalf of |hoM whontscrbed fund for which benefit the performance that body and said that other cities I I

to their purchase, the'Me- was given bad operated successfully under such,' lttt sttll stc .
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r. !f A NEW FRUIT. < I SUNDAY BASE BALL. tory a* one from which much was ENCOURAGING IMMIGRATION. '
METROPOLIS I f expected and little received. Of all the ,

Published- -./ Friday Luther Burbank. the California nat The House of Representatives has point- and they were points of the
In the Metropolis One of the most important bills '
Every passed the bill prohibiting the playingof first Importance carefully elaborated to According to the Fort Here Keys:
Buifding.I. ( uralist botanist and fruit and vegetable be introdticed'in the legislature so far the
bas.-ball on Sundays The Mf- by Governor Broward In his message division of Volusia comity and ereat es

8. Ian*. Prt*. SIB.to Dias. Seo jnu. J.rower' has produced anotheruondciful ; trojHilis. an stated yesterday. Is op- but one. in my judgment, Is at all.1iI..ly Is that appropriating the sum of $15i ,- I Ing of St. Lucle county was a buiii -

;' Toe Miami Prictjcl .Company.) creation which will come: [xised 'o the desecration of the Sal to be acted upon, and if any de- '' >ii) annually to immigration purposes, i proposition entirely It says .:i'

i 1 under the head of potato cxpt rlment.I bath day but the introducing nnd adop- !< ciblve and intelligent action be take >' and the measurehoiild become a latl.'without "With all the cry that ha* been marls .

Entered at the: Foe'office at Miami I J i opposition; but It the amount i against the .
[ :lion "f men law : division of the
a as this heclassed the Senate ,
| in!'!. and Is known as a "potato fruit. cannot j,.en by II." the drainagepropostHun county by
Fla., as eecond-class matter.The 'sufficiii.t to meet and all the
i I as dUcrftionate, In fa'Iof l>orj I now before it, tho house I any purposes I ithe north end papers, not one good -'A '
Briefly summarized the evolution Is a
which It Is intended
+ most Southern): newspaper pub- / tiers cm and can be properly listed as may probably be tit ponded upon to kill I j busiae&s reason has been advanced

fished on the mainland" of the United matter of planting a tuber and gatherIng one of the freak nets of this august.daf ,'I.ho. bin! I The proposition Is one of great magi against; the proposition, which la purely ;

t State f from the potato tine a luscious >*- and fair-minded body of men j I :Newer In the history of the State !i nitiule and it Is one that can be worked a business one It has been all politics 'x

while fruit, one that Is delightfully that n-jirtsfnt the common and general ,Iha:; the lower branch of the I..>.;i.sla- to far rearbiuif advantage* to Flora and political bluffing, with the tactics

One year .. .. .t. .t.... .... .;.2.00 palatable and! makes excellent preserve. I IntiTPSts> of the people., i jVhy ji tore used the time allotted. It by an Ida :No Sate in the union need Irnrulgiaiiun that have been so long In me. ; '

Six months ....1.+ .t... .. ... ... 1.00 i I \ prohibit the playing of base t ti unwise constitutional provision! to so worse or as had as Florida, that they are antiquated.

r Those paying ;.in advance will receive j i I ball, one of the most Innocent of pleasures little purpose \\ ith ro little! discretion.iNe and i.,) section of the country offers Souiet ody should read th a oldV

yr a years subscription lor'-$1.50'1 Sir. Burbank has named the potato on the Sabbath, when others far i', : \er before In the history of the more inducements to the farming or time politicians a lesson In odera 'd

t and six months; Eujbscriptlon fob 75 i!'fruit "pomato." When compared h I more demoralizing and evils of much State have sixty-eight men sat so pa- Industrial classes than this State. The methods and give then a quiet ;p that

I::4 cents. Tbs Is a liberal discount to induce i a tomato the pomato Is smaller in sl. c I greater import and more ruino u> to tirntly on addled eggs or hatch! out l :North, the \\ eat and the Middle States this is the day of business c thuds .;

d strictly. advtncl payments. j and its meat is white instead of red. !body, Kuul and mind, have no resrralnt I II i go little that was worth \\ hlle'. i j are crowded with destitute and want- .' and only tttich wjll "'In'n ti a matter ,

FRIDAY MAJV t 9, 1905 It Is highly flavored. In other words ;I put upon them Why Is the manly I The House{ has In It able iron i, lug pt'i'll'! where there 'Is little room of this kind. The people ar think-, ',;
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!; ) interesting and healthful sport abated, | no one disputes! that ; but equally char and smaller chances of earning a live- ins for themselves and list tr r ,Ire"'. :
its flavor Is that of a fruit rather thana .
I w. hen gambling: in all of its forms has i la It that It has no program, no pole ] hhoo.l.am! the time Is now ripe when tntivcs have to do some prate strong Z.

The High Spring Hornet and the vegetable. no voice! or effort raised against !It, except 1;: icy, no lender. And it Is for, this rca the farmlni. and, laboring classes must thinking! to keep abreast "if, ttsilment.s. Ir"n ; :t'
Lakeland News are taking a neck as3! II I
"Inbtead of cultivating tubers wenow a law e\lstine: practically in nameonly j' son that It has t fbu far devoted itself seek. n--w fielrts.I The representative; of the 4 .
peck bid for endow nent of the Satp ( x:
cultivate fruit, and the tubers are ai.d ad tom enforced, though the j with singular patience to the idlo I :No Kertion of the cotin'ry oSffrs set- people In both houses at TalJ'haasee.
press on their edit rial matter. I ,
: I of secondary consideration," he says."the authorities know <>f the ntl and! p'r'l task of Ictro'lurinj Mils In order, to tiers !ht ctter advantages .than the South I si\\ lu this measure a bi'sines proposition .

mit it 10 ouri..h. unmolested on the kill them-a pn>crss only to he comI I! and FI"rila"81"'dall '.anllntl\" that tbn that needed ,tt ntton'all* they '
Legislative -s fn certain bills at fruit on the vine the main '
I &.. bath, day'? Why not say that aLan | pared to the task some times set prisoinrs ] State Is about to !launch the means > are treating it as such." ,
Albany are no*; )ted at I::!: ,noo object." I
I t-hall) not sail his boat that alit |II I who are required! .! to pick tip" wherry desirable! settlers can be Induced ..
each. There's 9OU, qUE"l'tloI..s" to
whether that is ra or high finance.ijv Sir. Burbank is the man to whom :| an shall not take his best girl riding j!I rocks from one pile for the mere sake ;: +! to nine hrro. It In hoped that I COUNTING UNCLE SAM'S MONEY

1 Andrew Carnegie has granted ?10.000er ;! I that street! cars shall not run, ex- I of. placing them on anJkb. i the money will be expended In ways

I iciirsions i be given, etc., on Sunday. brat capable of forth -
setting the advantages IJ
> annum so he be free tod"votp (
The Chicago Sl'ms to be petering may i June
I :Oth or a little ';
[f. more than
: a-
All of
and many other Sunday TOGO WILL WIN of the State and encouraging;
out, and a4 usual with such himself to study and to making !| month from now Ellis H. :;;.
lrl1 pleasures are indulged for profit and -- the b. tier and energetic classes of for- Rob : a. for:,
a1fa1rs the have been the xperimcnts In the fruits I 'I lent; '
Of treasurer
growing years of the
I | pleasure There Is no difference in aperson's ,Admiral! Lord Charles Beresford, "isrn< ri to come and locate where the "uited. ';1<0
-, wont sufferer! and vegetables, and in attempting to States, will retire from offlct. thus .
indulging a car riM, buggy Hngland's greatest naval commander, ; 'land tents with fertility, w.h..t' a living

j that render useful weeds ana rank plants, ride or boat ride on, Sunday than there and who recently cruised on the west I Is < ashy obtainable !n this and various making necessary the' recounting of .

It Is JUbt those ewfE which seemingly are of no use. is in attending and playing a game of and east coast for some time as the other wage, and where there Is no money In' the treasury, a formality Deo.t ,..'

York members of nfelldor.J have aban- :Mr. Burbank is believer in time the .r:
a the ssary
tDelr ball The common purpose is for !"tIt'lit of ('01. Thompson on the housed I of suffering from the cold and every country chanjs -,
:; daneb the Idea proposed economy of nature and holds all plant C ttt'flaurers;
diner pleasure and the moral and religious boat Everglade, leaving Miami about exposures encountered in other sec
> "mooe, as a novelty. life Is of value to He Fifty
man. bean or more clerks from the
says result differnt ,
accruing from either Is certainly t wo weeks ago, gave the following In- tions. 4
itri '+ so cultivate the cactus feed I parts of the : :
can treasurer's office win
not a crime sufficient to commend rvlew to a New York paper as his Some short time ago the Metropolis
Kansas towns are refusing to get a good part of the world on cactus be selected to do the counting and it
one to eternal damnation. the vjs
pinion of result of the Impend- the
urged question of
enthus1astJe over, dfat The Kan- which covers thousands of acres in the leg- expected that several months
Thousands of people in Florida naval battle between will
1 as ng the fleets slat Ion and and endorsed
.; saga feel that never get theirmoDer'S Far West and which tan purpose an be
r. been regarded occupied In this handling
well money
as every State in the Union of Togo and Rojestvensky: I idea, already advanced, that if such x
worth fro show that does as unfit for food, but which he task. The hills will be counted br
enjoy a baseball "The reason.I .
game, and thousandshave think Japan will win an appropriation was made that it ':
,tf Dot give a free ptreet parade. thinks he can cultivate into a most hand and the gold silver and other ;. '
no other day to play or indulge ID the coming fight said tho admiral. could be best handled by the commissioner ...

,[. Aahou y excellent article of diet for man. except on Sunday. Such discrimination "Is that she is the greater gunner of of agriculture. It still holds to coins weighed.. The gold will be put'

1* Susan crushes Grover !In eight once duck bags holding five .3,
as this Is unjust it the two. There la In .
; is untimely nothing numerical that dew because it Is one of the
2 by saying that the certain article ou DISHONEST WRECKERS.The Were it possible to purposes housand dollars each, while the silver
eliminate all strength.
of the office to Immigration
waj encourage
women's clubs
probably written
of the so-called evils existing and "The secret of success In a naval to set forth the advantages of will go into similar bags of one ,
by somebody else thus implying that thousand dollars
Key West Inter-Ocean takes exeptlon each the method be-
practiced on Sunday and make the battle lies in placing one's ships to the State and to Interest people in its
:c "somebody else 04 earth could write to the rumors that dishonesty lag to count out the gold and direr ;
day pure and reverenced, the Metropolis advantage and letting the dohe "
gunners soil and resources, and while it has .
Sa Grover'a Inlml ble. .. .
has been practiced by the wreckers from one bag and use these bags .
aa .
r would say do away with Sundaybaseball. rest. Japan will win the flghty no doubt but the disposition and con '
removing the from the the standard weight that Is i
cargo Spanish weigh-
but until then or until getting the superior position and .
some trol of this fund will be placed in his
The Kansas City Mo. Star tells of steamer Alicia ashore onAjax Reef lug the other bRp against them.' It *
greater evils have been !ring the greater number or
prevented telling hands, the time Is to 1
A opportune
a boy who sold am empty beer bottle ilrty-flve miles from hereand domed protest the slightest deficiency be found In
on that day, it must contend that shots even though Russia has the to the forming of board
for a penny; whichj! he dropped in the hat a searching Investigation be made any or any bag the coin will be dumped out
this bill is an injustice to the State greater number of ships. body other than this to work In the I' '
( missionary box *t Sunday schooL The It says: ainterest nd counted.
and those who patronize and enjoy "We are not likely to have any of Immigration.
specialists en tainted money": may "In years gone by when the reefs Of this stupendous task and the '
the game either as a Player or spec great war for many years after thI.
",i, resume the debate! were not marked by buoys beacons, tutor England and America hold the secret Florida needs Immigration and needsIt amount of money to be counted the, '

and lighthouses, wrecks were plentiful badly. Every nook, corner anr particle Washington Post says: ,
(If peace. If these two nations should L --.h:
The Citizen, Key lwesn new weekly and it Is charged that in many cases THE BATTLESHIP FLORIDA. mass their fleets no other country or of the State- can stand a few desirable "It Is hard for the average mind to n'

paper published by T.- T. Johnson there were gross discrepancies in the of countries would dare families, and the thousands of realize the great amount of money' ;
group fight
.k: and edited :by E. M. Sempte. has been cargoes salved, but these are legendry The lower house of the'Legislaturelas them. acres of unfilled and undeveloped land that is in the treasury. The coin alone r._.

received. The paper Is. modern in reports and there are no facts to passed a memorial requestingCongress "England and America must can stand hundreds of thousands of amounts to 5,000 tons. The gold alone t;

4 style and makeup and for an Infantappearance. s ubstantlate them. I to authorize the building ota ogther on that question. War tome with I them, and assure each and every one amounts to over- SO.oOO pounds. ,,

makes a very' goot "In the an honest comfortable and profitable "Each million dollars worth i
r present case It is charged I battleship to be named "Florida." all its shocking loss of life has begun of gold]

tt r .. that there has been big stealing' from I The memorial is one that wll I to make thinking people ponder. A living, a living that they can get In but occupies I? cubic feet of space and rl: ,

Sir. t Cartelyon has declined the the cargo of the Alicia. We have doubtlessly meet the approval of few other parts of the world. weighs one and eight-tenths tOOL .
every united
"' fleet, one bunting one Ianuage -

presidency of a big]ife insurance company heard of no proof to substantiate such person in the State. It Is' a step that : !." one spirit of patriotism ,a cominatlon There are about $150,000,000 In gold e'1:

Naturally he does not feel like I rumors but they are nevertheless in should have been taken years ago, of the oily two nations othe f DIVERSIFIED FARMING.If I In the treasury. If this amount w rV: '.

: taking on any 'out&de work as there circulation to the detriment of the city and it is the beginning of a move that world which have volunteered na- converted into a monument a slufftwo '"

are several cabinet positions that he 'Such' things give us a black eye every Board-of Trade, Chamber of varies feet square and thirty-five feet '
and armies insteal of
a conscript the people of Volusia would give
Sa has W yet held. 1 1t J abroad. They place a ban on the en- Commerce or public body in the State high could be built. yt
a system would be able to keep. more of their time and attention to ,
tire city, and U they are believed, the should endorse and augment by reso he -There are 5,000 tons of cola an
t 1' a city peace' the planting and growing of more vegetables

Jacksonville'. prescribes very' name Key West suggests dishon : lution. It is a proposition that Floi- "The' people of this country and I and the peach, fig. watermelonand told In the treasury and If this were .go, :

that councUmen shall serve a esty. Ida's Senators and Representativesshould put in coal carts holding a ton each -'a
England have more to say regarding cantaloupe for the Northern
term of four years. That will be a "If any part of this cargo has been lend thefr most earnest and markets we should have a line of teams reachIng -- r!
the question of war than the
government I they would find a considerable increase
cinch for the.'councllmen, but the public tolen, the thieves should be prompUypUnished untiring efforts to carry through to a l from the nary yard to George: \t,
or autocrats. In the Baltic epl- in their Income in a very short
t no doubt. woqld be CJ&d'to get in order that the stigma may successful culmination. town even if the carts were driven t:
sode some of our officials were ini: while. Those engaged in these Industries
rid of the moet of them after fourmonths. all on the guilty parties and not othe n Florida, a State with more miles otseacoast four abreast.
I lined to but
go war English : are making It pay and there Is
J- entire community. than other "Each member of the corps of experts '
State in tho
JfI any people said "Give us time to think it t t an unlimited demand and market for
-"If such acts of piracy as have beenreported Union State which win count the
a that commands the : money
jut and the result that
was we had i all that can. be grown. The Record
An Indiana in4 has Just sent to have been committed, every egress and ingress to the Gulf of Met will have about one hundred tons of
no war. Of course, there are times 1 hopes to give some figures this sum y
4, the State's conscience fund JLSO.whlcb man who shields the perpetrators is a I Ico and Atlantic Ocean and whIch coin alone to handle_ that Is .tithe ,
s when a wave of opinion will take possession : mer as to the profit in peach growing
he"says he nick ; ,twenty-four yearn criminal himself In the event of a hostile fleet Invadln work Is handled by the same number
of a people and they will demand
I in this county. The Industry is '
ago. .At that rite |t would take Banker "In' behalf of the law-abiding people American shores would be most of men as in 1S97, Though this amount

prominent war The other fellow has to : in its infancy too. The fig
Bigelow'a good while to restore of the community and especially of as a seat of is entitled sounds very great and though many
operations, look out then. That Is when the honor : 1 has never been tried as a money >
that 12,000.000: b| pinched from the the honest wreckers, the InterOceandemands to the honor of crop might dread the undertaking it
having one of thegreat of the country Is at stake, and It Is i ithe I Volusia. This fruit thrives well herse '
F ., Milwaukee bank t that the proper autborltiesm battleships named for it. safe to say that the work will go,
only dangerous war wave of th
i a prolific bearer and an acre in full ,(
ke the most searching Investigationf Other States not entitled through so smoothly the employee
on account lot. .
bearing would bring In a handsome
Within the past[few days Oklahomaand these rumors, and report the case of their geographical positions, and "The Russian very themselves will hardly realize the stupendousness ""f
and Japanese fleets: Income every year. It is a delicIous
the Indian Territory have been of their "
as they find work. j
it"s commanding or having one mile 0 feacoast will meet in a few days. Japan will: and healthful fruit and would always
4 hard hit by cyclones. Many Uveshare '
battleships bearingtheir win. The <
slaughter of men In- that sell at remunerative prices. A
been lost and much valuable propertydeatroyM. The past -1I'eek.has been a busy one name. There are the Kentuckyd battle will be A BASEBALL LEAGUE. W
so great as to startlehe bearing! ; tree can be bad In a few

Town* that were .prosper* In the meeting line in JackeonvUle,an 1 Missouri, Iowa" Indiana, and'othl'r*, civilized world. The only redeem yean. We know of bearing fig trees ''k

ons and subeUnti; I were in a womenlaid t It is not often that five Importantevents vessels
the best
In ruins and 'the defenseless among in the American l ng feature of the light will be tbf In the county each of 'IIhlrh'product'tt There are all sorts of baseball 'ij
population are crowded into such a short
navy bearing the name and honoring fact that there will be no more war from $6 to $10 In fruit per year. The
I leagues.natlonal.State
subjected }o a fate from which space and in one place. These meet- States that interstate
can lay no claim to for The horrors
years. great"Japan's candy soil of Volusta Is admirably
J: there was no eec pe. The sympathyof ings were: State Horticultural Society or priority over seaboard city. game is the most popular '
States for
defeat however
would no: adapted to the successful! cultivation" of '
t the world cot-! out to pie stricken Royal Arch and Knight Tem this distinction.A any now played and while orlgV:;",,
mean Engand's defeat, as many Hupx of the fig. Volnsla County Record.
nally American. It has ,
t and spread all -1
places the over
people who lars Masons Embalmers and tJ
A little
bereaved second class monitor, and >se. Japan was forced into I this war What Is productive Volusia the
county civilized world and Is this
mlracuouslr. escaped. takers, Christian Endearoren and th that out of condition I year "
an v r State National Guards. Jacksonville U 1 something more than th < must nPII\rlly be productive In the more generally Indulged than ever before .

do.Florida, as above said Is grabbing territory to light for." other counties of the seaboard and the '.
It is the' opt Ion of the Chicago to be congratulated its popularity ';
entitled location
y I by and its
great ar'aBesC'Oast. This statement It
coming, as doer, State in general. Diversified farming '
Chronicle that "t ost of the disreputelatures and the manner In which it provides of I j ,A few days ago a meeting was Jt
to a ship of
more Porte and the best informed
among on 'j'II greatly needed In Florida. There held at Fort 1
1 Pierce for the purposed :&
into which
and Lcgisla for entertains such
an gatherings.
I tlous proportions: bearing Its naml'.and] qualifications of the two fleets, is er. Is too little\ of !It The people chic'oa It of organizing: Coast
"I f' an East League
tors have fallen due to the fact that now that the house of
i representativeshas titled to much consideration an- to one crop or one article of
veg the Idea
being to take in about
they make too lawIIlawlIwhich I eight
many Only twenty-three more days remain
started the ball roning let the' should be %
t I heartily received by the ate <: t.tat Ion which has a large market or town so that
a regular
can not be enforced and laws for the present session of the matter' achelnle ofgames
be taken before the governliient mlrers of"the little country which I.i commercial value and with the
e, which' ought ;not to be enforced."I,1 Florida Legislature. Three of the s e I'I In such an Impressive I can be arranged cod played.
and putting such
con up a great article of war that the market Is soon overstockst Idea and "
s Wonder if the "hronlcle had beardabout I are Sundays leaving but nineteen elltTDla plan the Metropolis vinclng manner that one of Its latest against the nation the world at fin and price* to poor that '
every one dorse, It Is well '
the doings :if the Florida Legislature working days of the sixty days' limit. creations of steel skill 'Ill'be I known that ,the\; .
and labor thought would 'I
; hate no trouble I In roust lose on his crop. people of the East Coast have
when ;the above was written: The calendars are full of unfinished moulded Into the ver
battleship Floridaone crushing her smaller Diversified!
enemy. farming would
change little
recreation In the
From the truth of the statement It business than summer tartiliathey <
more five Hundred bills! of the
great monarchs
would certainly seem so.Cant and resolutions having been introduced le j this condition. There are many fro are all fond of basebalL It Is a ,

Cx' + sea power. According to reports the Chicago : able crops of both fruit and vegetabless It healthy, manly game and there la
-- since April 4, and the. greaternumber t w
[ strike U petering out, and the strikeare .! that can be grown here and elsewhere i is. but little doubt If such league .
the a
see the necessity of bill of them are still to receive action. was f
:" MUCH EXPECTED; LITTLE asking for the return of their job! ''In the State that are practically u i-I formed that it would
of Senator Hndspn, of tne ThirteenthDistrict Thus it looks like the present : RECEIVED. tend materiallyit
This being the cane what have they touched. It has been established th i i In breaking the :
amend monotony of the Ions
to the constitution so Legislature will be a case of history'repnting '
gained! They can probably tell better peach growing Is most profitable
and | hot months the people of this section
.as to give each: Ipounty a Senator a ed itself. From indications .
the present Legislature than anyone else. prolific, that the watermelon and
can- i! are now confronting :
k ; make the number of representativesone .
of Florida: will close its sessionIn teloupe have a demand at all times j
Miami has
material for the
hundred where there seems to beat Secretary Shaw would like first-rate much the making ?I
same manner as other No President was ever more givento and the earlier the better, and that of
tie one or more good teams. In if
present an talent and wisdom to open the Lewis and Clark exposition bodies of this every
I kind-with nothing of plain speaking than Roosevelt. He nearly kind of
moid every vegetation can be other sense It Is a good bail
necessary to laws. That amendment but he really doesn't like to admit import town.
I 't any great having. Been don talks like a man to men, and with a cultivated to greater: advantage would and if an East Coast League is formed
would make the number Senators that there
are states in the
any for the
goodand, benefit of the State. frankness than wins friends. He may the people stop and figure out the time and Miami
becomes a part of the same
forty-flve l jfnstead of : Dirty{wo. Union west of Iowa. The situation
conditions are best Indulge in platitudes at times and his the crop and conditions best suited there is no doubt but that the I;
the Representatives gameloctl
and would be
inu summed up by the Tallahassee correspondent speeches can hardly be regarded as and adapted to their respective :1:
can played to profit
thirty-tna u as
creased And oh. what St. Louis claims that she now has of the Metropolis
who says: classics or models of eloquence but ities.
additional expense this Increase W Bald a' population of 714,290 except on The sixth week of the pleasure here. Let her. 'bucban enthusiasts ,.,t:;
session Is there is no resort to the
evla The time
vague sir will soon be at hand win
: and the laws would be Insuch urge this matter to a successful -
make BO better Sundays when all but 290 at them !
now a thing of
the. past and Itthe 1 ive and '
. cloudy language of diplomacy conditions must prevail and when culmination r
Lads than at present Better kill this are "across the rI'rcr.There and form a league.J
now becoming evident
. bin. too. Jacksonville Metropolis. Bndwelser and Wurxburjer" low. of 1905 will that the Legislature and the meaning of his utterances they will not depend upon one or two even If It don't reach further sort! 4y

go down into hls- : Is easily understood. articles of vegetation for a living than Palm Beach.
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Department of the Interior, I Tomato WrappersDon't

tiiTo Florida East Coast Hotel ompany After Having Worked Steadily for Started This Weew On Twelfth Street Land Office at Gainesville( Fla.

,.,\1< for $16,000. Ten Months.After By Mr. Daniel and Associate. May 15. 1905. wait till the tomatoes
I Notice is hereby given that the fol-
.ff'It; Mr. B. B. Tatum returned &st Monday I: tuning laboredboth day and Ground was broken Tuesday for anew lowing-named settler has filed notice of ripe before orpering your pa

it from Jacksonville and S Augustine night under a double crew for the past brick and stone business block his Intention to make commutation per.Ve have THE BEST
months or more the F. E. C.dredge proof in support of his claim, and that
"' :where be has been for the past ten and hotel to be erected by Mr. Daniels
:t .:week closing up an Importan real es- under the management, of Capt. L. L. and associates on the heretofore vacant -:said proof will be made before John B. Manila Wrappersmade
.ReiHy. United States Commissioner at
Dodge, and which has been cuttingthe
.M late deal lots lying on the north side of
I".' The deal Involved the trans er of the channel In the bay to connect with Twelfth street and between Avenues Miami Fla., on June 28, 1905 viz: and our prices are right. Order
David A. Smith ,of Miami Fla. Hd now
Penniman Spring property being thlrtj he canal being dredged through the C and D, and within the next week oren
:32fifi3::! for the N. 1.:2 of S.E. Hand
point of land north of Norris Cut. and
B. acres of land between the City lim- days the work of erection will have
forming a connection with the ocean been well under way. X, 1,2 or S. W. 1.4 .Sec, 11, Tp. 54 S. :-o-(3.E3ES dz' Co.7H .

confining 1 finished her trip across last Saturday This building will\ cover a space 150 R. 40 E.
He the following witnessesto
4 Springs from which the city as been I Ifl' morning.;: feet in length by 123: in depth and will
obtaining Its supply of wite for the I This, however docs not complete be three stories high. The ground floor prove his continuous residence upon
the work In the channel as twenty feet and cultivation of said land viz:,
last two or three months., will be divided Into three large stores,
till to be cut In its width. J. T Davis F. H. Brown ,S, A. Belcher ,
..... The land was sold Cot Messrs. Rob- remains while the two upper stories will be arranged
May and G. A. 'XVorle* for the The channel Is now eighty feet wide for hotel purposes. The entire and E. C. Gaunt, all of Miami, Fla I WIIALERJ-! I
Yr.ert. W. G. Robinson! .
.'ha: Naome consideration of IIC.OOO. or and ranges from eight to ten feet In structure will be constructed of hard {

t.... 1533.33 per acre thus pla1Jng t one of depth, but btfore going to work again pressed brick with a handsomely orna- ,19Ct Register.
:.:the best deals of the season. I the dredge is in need of a general overhauling mented stone front. ,
!!'r The East Coast Hotel Company win and much of the machinery o On the west side of the building oc- CONTEST NOTICE.

:, begin Improvements at onel by lay will be removed and sent to St Augustine cupied by John Seybold, baler and Department of the Interior. Everyone who buys a r
lag water mains through this ropertye for the necessary Improvements, between that structure and Ha>es' United States Land Office,
\ .connecting with the several w Is which ,.bile the dredge itself will go on the cigar store the same parties also have Gainesville Fla. April 11, 1905. Diamond of us feels .

:! .have recently been sunk nor of this ways here for overhauling the hull, well under ,,'ay'the foundation for anew A sufficient contest affidavit having .
property so that in addltlo to the three months or more elapsing beforeIt three-story brick block for business been filed In: this office by Bird Fitzpatrick r

a springs they will also have these. fIne Is again ready to resume work on purposes. It will have a frontage contestant against homestead entry that he of:she has secured a good

..::..wells as a reserve supply. ',1 I the channelOn of 75 feet and a depth of 125 feet. No. 32.564:! made June 22:!, 1903 bargain. Ire intend that entry '
f The extension of these ripe lines account of the repairs the dredge The' ground floor will contain two. for nw 1-4 of Section 1. Township 57. one shall feel that way. Every

will.make quite a deal of work and was towed to the city Saturday morn- Ii 3re rooms, while the upper stories' south. Range 3S E.. by Charles A. Gunter gem we sell must be right in quality n
will distribute a large amoun of extra lug and docked at the terminal dock. will be made into offices and appart- contestee. In which it is alleged .
cob cut'and price. lie hate
4': money amongst the laboring classes The Houseboat used as a tender for ments and like the other, It will be of that Gunter has wholy abandoned said ,
.. aDd.help to keep things lively during eating and sleeping purposes by the brick with stone finish. tract for a period of'more than a year some nice ones to show you : : : : :

the.summer. Mr. Tatum al*> reports crews together with pontoons, conveyor When the two blocks hall have I last past, his abandonment not being
c that he arranged for the cx&nslon of pipes and all other material been completed a few months hence the ; due to employment In the Army or :
the water works over into IliversideHf used In digging the channel were also entire north side of Twelfth street between Navy in time of war said parties are t1Dt

|tj?,and that work will soon begs on that brought to this side and will be stored Avenues C and D.wDl have been ,hereby notified to appear, respond and -I The Jeweler I.
: The firm of J. It Tatum &#Co. have until such time as the work Is re- lied with the most substantial and attractive offer evidence touching said allegationat
'made other deals during the'I week, including sumed.In buildings In the city. The 10 o'clock a. m., on June 10.1905.be-
, 23 acres more ,of the May and this work the dredge has donb expenditure on these two buildings Including fore Jno. B. Rellly United States Commissioner r

.4 Worley lands fronting on t,&e Miami valuable service. It has worked there the cost of the lots will stand at- Miami. Fla.. and that I '
;t 1 river for upwards of $4,000. they'have\ Incessantly by night and by day and! the builders In upward of 100000. final hearing will be held at 11 o'clocka. i
also sold three lots on upp& Avenue though the strain has been heavy and m., on July 10. 1905, before the

: ; :D.to Mr. D. M. Connolly $:!.soooo. constant both on the men and machln! LOOKING OVER GLADE LAND Register and Receiver at the United F. W. HAHN,
aad several lots in forl They re- ery they have held up remarkably well States Land, office in Gainesv tile.Fla.

: 'port quite an activity In Mlfmllandsand ; without loss of time by breakdown or Committee of Citizens Went Out Today The said contestant having. In a Architect and BuilderI

expect to have a busy summer in accident As soon as the other twenty on Drainage Investigations.For proper affidavit filed March 2::!, 1905
'i t theirline.i : J5 feet of surface substance shall have set forth facts which show that after
now have in my employ one of the best
+ < been removed from the channel a chis- the purpose of looking over the due diligence personal service of this draftsman in the South and am better
FROM'FERTILE FLO DA. el dredge will .be put to work chipping ground preparatory to furthering the notice can not be made, it Is hereby prepared than ever for furnishing plaaa
r up the rock now forming the bottom scheme of draining and reclaiming the ordered and directed that such notice and details tor good buildings, fine cabi.
,! What They Are Doing in th' Land ofthe of the cut to a depth of eighteen several thousand acres of fertile land be given by due and proper publica- net work etc I am now headquartersfor
feet This machine will be follwedby turned work scroll sawing and all
Grapefrult'and lying west of the city and bordering tion. V55to526
..0',,-. PW" a scoop dredge that will remove the 'Glades a party of prominent cltl- W. G. Robinson Register. .; work usually planUg done in milL a FIRST CLASS

., A. large number of cukes ai e now be- the rock and deposit It on the banks of seas and members of the Miami Board Henry S. Chubb Receiver.
: Send me order for doors and win-
:'IBJ shipped from Pinecastle/;| the channeL of Trade went to the scene of the proposed your '
't' :The orange crop around [' dmany".has The work Is slow and tedious and It operations Monday.The NOTICE. dow frames ballusters, .brackets etc ',

: been suffering considerably for. may probably be two years yet before party was composed of Messrs. and be convinced MIAMI FLA +
.' lack of rain. f fJ. the channel has been dredged and J. ,A. McDonald John Sewell A. E. Notice is hereby given that the City

r.. G..Roblnaon. of Bayar has six- completed to a depth of eighteen feet Heyser E. V. Blackman, W. W. Prout. Council of the City of Miami will applyto '
f teen 'acres of very potatoes but when that shall have been done and J. S. Frederick. Upon the result the Legislature of the State of Florida
:'which he has about flnishe4 digging. Miami's commercial Importance with of their investigation and report at the session beginning April 4th. .

": The largest tomato crop ever known the world will begin. will depend in a large measure the 1905 for the passage of a special Act

,fy In the vicinity of Lakeland is now immediate furtherance of the scheme granting a Charter to the City of Miami. Wilson & Flye
about ready for shipment jj which. If feasible will mean much to Said Act to contain provisions
&; Forty-five carloads of toma.oes passed the county and this immediate section creating and establishing the Municipality DBAUBS rs'
through Boynton one n ght lastseason Martha Helen Pulled Stranded Steam- It will be remembered that when of the City of Miami; providing

:week'aad the. rush of the] Is ship From Bad Position Monday. the project was broached a few weeks for the election of officers and prescribing Staple Groceries FruitsTOBACCOS'

: ._on.Win ago that it was stated this land could their powers and duties; prescribing ,
;", 1 Cariton. of Starke. $-,d so well After laboring from early Monday be drained by a canal opening from and limiting the powers of f
I with his strawberries this season that afternoon and running out several anchors the lowland into the south fork of the the City Council; granting right to impose -
ff bas i Is building a six-room addition tol' and cables .the tug Martha, Helen .Miami river and it Is probably to examine panalties for offenses against the
Ids residence. |.| at 11 o'clock that night succeededIn the distance .route and feasibility City Ordinances; prescribing methodsfor AND CIGARSAvenue
5; 'The'orange growers of Orange county pulling off the steamer David which of this canal that the trip was being the assessment and collection of
,.;"" : are asking for a law to ompel orange stranded early yesterday morning on made. D and 14th St. MIAMI FLA.
.. revenue; providing for a Municipal
a lump about a mile to the south of I .Jlao-tt-lli-ai
,.. growers to use every precautionto Court; granting the right to Issue ,
: keep down the white fly. | the House of Refuge after which the I BOWEN RECEIVES CHARGES.- City Bonds in excess of S per cent of
t' The Atlantic Coast Line bas let the vessel proceeded on her way.
the valuation of real and personal
for extfensrre Inv The David proved to be a much smaller -
contract some very Made by Assistant of State
within the limits limits
property City ;
J;<;' 'prorements on Its property at West steamer than was at first reported.She Loomis. Will Answer
: providing for the election of Bond
Lakeland amounting to more than fifty Is of British build but American Washington May 15. Secretary Trustees, and prescribing their powers We Want Every Grower
', thousand dollars. | register and was en route from Norfolk Taft today handed Mr.Bowen a copy of and duties.
't f The bean crop about Winter Garden i to Pensacola with a large cargo of the charges which Mr. Loomis Assistant
By order of the City Council of the
Is all'marketed and has been a very lone> thousand tons of;coal for the government Secretary or State filed against >4 ,

%/satisfactory one. Prices wyere exceptionally I nary yards. The exact causeof him, and alleging that the retiring City of Miami. M. R. KELLUM. IN THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS. h,

't' ,good.. Tomatoes and cucumbers the grounding was due by the ship minister at Caracas Inspired the publication Clerk. s-
!r are moving from that Place; now. gEtting too close in shore and strik- of charges against Mr. Loomis City ""
rJ F. J. Register of Bayardjias! a novelty lug one of the numerous lumps so and also a copy of letters in replyto Florida Vegetables."-A complete manual of Florida! crop, ....
of white prevalent along that part of the coast. NOTICE.In Florida Orargea."-Of special Interest to orange growsn.
: in a patch Wackberrtem. the charges which Mr. Bowen as .pv
c. These berries have the general appearance It la reported by those who went to minister at Caracas regarded as his Florida Strawberries. Booklet on Soil Varieties Cultlvatlom aa4Fertilization.
of Judge State of '
e: of fine black berries except he wreck that the Captain left the duty to forward to Washington as matters Court County .
SY that they are white;much sweeter and ship soon after she grounded and refused of information. .' Florida Dade County Irish Potatoes."-A Booklet on -Soil Seed Planting and Cultlratlon; Effscs
; : I In re Estate of Charles B. Crockett Jr. of Fertilizers, Digging and Shipping.
seedless' to return to her the steamer proceeding
"'x" Mr. Bowen took the papers to
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To all Creditors. Legatees Distribn Pineapple fertilizing."-Of spedal Interest to pineapple growtr
According to the Zolfo Advertiser up to her destination in chargeof hotel and will prepare a
:to the first of the month, jj.293 crates the first officer. CaptPotter agentof ary statement of his side StlPPlement'l tees and all persons having claimsor Ideal Fertlllxera."-Book showing all our different brands analyses pries,

;- cf. beans 132.barrels. of potatoes, 43 the tug Martha Helen, will libel Mr. Bowen first called at demands against said estate: etc. Y
I You and each of you are hereby notified and Revised Editions of the abort Just published sent free for
', crates of cucumbers and 195. crates of the vessel for salvage fees In pulling House and had a conference with the New the asklaa
oft: .squash bad been Ehippec from thatCompany her off. President, and at whose suggestion he I and required to present any

place. this season. } called. on Secretary'TarL claims and demands which you or WIL ON & TOtfMER FERTILIZER (COMPANY
";; The Jobbers' Produce oft WERE UNSUCCESSFUL. either of yon may have against ,
; lied estate of Charles B. Crockett Jr.. deceased
has been Incorpor with a
4 Xampa It is said that the Volusla people
iJ capital stock of $25,000. The object Philadelphia" Merchants Fooled In Sale giowing tomatoes down on the Ea..t late of Dade county Florida, JACKONVILLE. Fla. r
Is to buy. rti and deal of Salvaged Goods. to the undersigned administratrix of
t. of the company Coast this season will make iota ot
' generally. w 'R. Fuller said estate within two years from the Oha.se 1; :Sa.JD.ey.:: 'Agents
,In produce ,, money from their crops grown. Mess;?, c ,
,J 4 U J. Coper and John S. Greene are theY The seven Philadelphia gentlemenwho Fhll Bryan and F. A. Barrett w'll t date hereof. D.glo.m:. Fla. f
Incorporators. Fruit and Produce had the steamer Miami detained faibably clean up $10,000. Th! pi'cc Dated March 16. A. D. 1905. BROWN: X MOODY, STOCKTON &. BRADFORD

1\ews. here for them from 11:30 o'clock last ot tomatoes Is better this year tam :.t chas Agnes MacG. Crockett. Cutler Little Ri\er. M\\
, Wednesday night to 9 o'clock Thursday 9-ln Administratrix.
4 been for some years. The crop .s I
Writing from Venice and complain- turning while they came down fire both in quality and quantity.--\',)-
tag ot the poor food he(gets In Europe. from Jacksonville by special train and i.fla County Record. What dots Ed NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX.

; Mr.Watterson refers to cold storage about whom and their business there itor Fitzgerald say to that? I Miami Bottling Works
and adulteration ajj "the twin was considerable mystery and speculation a
All persons concerned will take notice
; monsters of'modern civtllzaton. the Al- returned Saturday evening on the Notice to Creditors.In that six months after date I will WALL & DICKINSON.. Props.12th .
and Omega of bad lli ng." Doubtless steamer Miami.: '
pha Court of the County Judge. State of present my final accounts and vouchers I'
r, he remembers wlthfa sigh thatjohnaycake It now develops that they were merchants Florida. as executrix of the estate of JohnJ. Street, Near R. R., Miami, Fla L
and broiled bacon In Alabama of the Quaker City and Insteadof Dad deceased
Hayden. late of County
. woods-with a little something going to Cuba as had been announced In re Estate of P. L. Fay..Deceased to the County Judge of said Manufacturers of i

from the commanding* officer's' purJolne4 they went to Key West to bid on Dade County, Fla county and pray for my final discharge
bottle to wash It down. and purchase the cargo of silk and To all creditors, legatees, dlstrIb- u executrix ot said estate. All Knds of a,
woolen goods from the steamer Alicia.It utees and all persons having claims or FLORENCE P. HADEN

When,yon write an advertisement also appears that they were un- demands against said estate: You and Executrix Estate of J. J. Haden. De- Soft Drinks ; L Jas j '.
.for publication do not assume. thai ;!- successful In the accomplishment of each of you are hereby notified and ceased. 4
public knows a thing about the matte-. their mission as only the damaged required to present any claims and January IS. 1905.: 'M6m Prompt AtUntloa to All OrOera. Out-of-Tcwm Orders SoUdts4.
rijiain all about the goods, as yrn goods were offered and sold that Intact demands which you or either of you

would to one ,ho,bad [never seen and undamaged being held for may have against the estate of -P. L.
.w ttem. Because yon are lamOiar *r>h delivery to the original consignees In I Fay deceased late of Dade <'county I, Aj DYSPEPSIA CURE I

jour business and ..-ItbJ'Our pvifjoa Havana contract for the delivery of Florida to the undersigned adminis-
cannot expect the I great outsIdeJ.t..b I which is now being made by the P. &, tratrix of sald.etateIthln two years DIGESTS WHAT YOU BAT I.r.SI0olor.care.e3Kaa..t.bl.IUa..e
lc. that has work and Interests of O. 8. S. Line. It Is said that the trip from the date hereof. 0 0 5 wYafaeaar '
Its own. {o be equally ,muter rlthInfona south Including $350 for a special Dated. May 17th, A. D. 1903. r' L.1 .......ta O.L.AT T vu .........""n e.

.them.. Make your adver in.g train. $150 for holding the Miami and 5-19-Sw MARY E. FAY, > C. D.WXTT As CO2IPAKY CUICJLOO. D.Lt

4. tog and descriptive. -St. AneustlnI e other expenses totals them nearly one R. II. Seymour Admmlstrttrix. Ask for the !1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar II'
Record. thousand dollars I Attorney for Admlnl8tratrtx.r&i .


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.>fO >GJggIL3hiSGV7 lion 9 I. in :n", south range 42 ('as t. SOLO;: GOLD BADGE.

SS / \Varrant>' deed\ J. McDonald: and SCHOOL BOARD CITY CHARIER
Ii I ISpi ML\i\ LETTER wife lo .-ssle U McDonald for 1an1! ', Presented Fire Chief Hardie by Members

A, block :, part' Homestead. PROCEEDINGS of the Department. i \WAS AMENDED.Continued .
Warranty deed\, II. :SI. Morrison an'l I

Jt I II By Our Corr l..d"nt.Ot443. N HM.Robinson to E. C. Heck forJCSrt. 11--;: .
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I s 1-2 of be 1-4 of ne 1-4 of ne 1-4 of Flr-' Chief wears a solidsold I
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: Tanaiassee. May 1C. come to causht. None ol the bills Warranty deed ,.... W. :Munrot and 1 I i,I
i j The Jade County guard of Public beauliiul 1 in design and costly In make
insuranc bills of which so, I'prohibiting the transportation of liqour wrlfito Kirk Munre for flu ten acres + tertala to certain provisions If the
The two and price, although! the pecuniary value -
(. into the dry counties has been passed in section 5, tp. ;o4, south range 41 charter be dropped and that a., work
much .has been headOfhichmuch so' I sup-erintendent's of the Insignia is as nothing to that I
and Mr. Bryant's constitutional amend- east. for Its success. lie said that there
been ex Htt'd-have been : : In which; he holds for ano-'oer, and
nas I went, prohibiting the sale of liquor, asa Warranty deed Geo. B. Romfn and IMr.! I ere: some things in it he opposed"" ,and
I E. W. J. Parrkh. second district; that Is because it came unsolicited and 1"
reported back to ii i4 House by special beverage, in the State has been permitted I wife to C. B. Romfh for 5uO., lots most strongly but as the itjr Is
Mr. W. M. chairman third
Burdlne. unexpected as a gift from the OIh rmemb.'rs
i\t\ committee appointee to consider them. to fall by the wayside in the 7 and 8, block 108, Miami. Iq nd of a new city charter that be
district, and R. E. Hall, superintendent of the department of whichhe
absolutely "without recommendation." House. I I Warranty deed' "'. F. Koegler: to i would waive all these obj.-ctlo' S and a
Id the head.
I In other words, the aforesaid committee The uniform text book bill seems to R. W. Bates for $:;:;0. suth half block urge its speedy adoption
The minutes of the last regular Sonic little time ago the fire boys in r
feels itself In ompete"t to discharge have fallen flat. The county superintendents 120. :Miami. .I i Mr. T. \". Moore -did .not li 9 the
i i-tioi of tl, .<.:! Lind
meeting were read and approved. appre >! service *
the duty ass jned it, and cooly of education, wtio have beenin Warranty deed Fort Dallas I.and Co. Idea of having men remain Jom #
The superintendent reported that he ne"s"f their chief, and he had
turns theee two imjKtrUni bills back session here, have declared againstthe to C. C. Lloyd for $750, lot 8, block because fur a term of four yean as pr Tided

I to the House to be, threshed.out In innovation, which is, nevertheless, 11 Miami., : attended the superintendents' ml'Ct.j no suitable badge decided to present 'j"r.i I fie thought that It might.. that
ing ot Tallahassee which on him with one more costly beautiful
open debate on th floor. And, with In the interests of both parents and Warranty deed Kirk Muuroe to i men "would he Incompetent, an >iiraI : -.
the aih Insi.. and that he considered and appropriate than in the service |
scarcely three wets of the session pupils and no change for the better John F. Collins for $10. twenty acres any ,.I ble. eta, in which event they should be
that much pooj"resulted therefrom to cud they accordingly went down
:.iI remaining It is nor at all difficult to need be expected In the near future.In in sedan 5, tp. 54, south range 41 j I i I retired as noon as possible and made..
the cause of education. Into their "jeans" and "came across.
'f understand what that: means. the meantime, the rush of new east a motion that the term of offlce be
The next regular examination of The badge arrivctl\ a few days ago, but
The truth of the!matter Is, the average bills Into the hopper goes merrily on. Warranty deed, Ellen ". Ellis and I changed from four to two years. The
teachers occurring on the 6th of June, It was reserved until last night-the II
member ,is afraid of this insurance As fast as they come In. the vast majority husband to W. A. Marsh, for $100 anu I motion prevailed by a lart t majoritya. .,
which is prior to the next meeting regular meeting night of the department
proposition. :Jt does not appealto of them are killed in one way other considerations nine and one- i vote, but It was finally reconsidered: ,
of the Board therefore a grading com -and then during the business f
his imaginations for he has none, or another. Few have been signed and quarter acres In section 34, tp. 53south as It was found that SUCB would be Impracticable
: mittee consisting of three teachers of session Mr. Ralph Wilson, secretary:
a nor can he deal with the questions Involved none has, as :yet, been vetoed. Whatever range 41 east.Warranty : if a portion o* the city
the and treasurer, made the presentationin I
the county holding highest gradeof
ont of the experience of others, is to be done must be done In deed Mary and Wm.Brlckell council should serve for one year and
certificates was appointed for the a short but appropriate address. .
tor most people here refer to this subject the next few weeks; and unless 1 am to Mrs. Ellen W. Ellis for $100. the other for two :year without an

with bated breath, u If there were much mistaken, the session will dose nine and one-quarter acres tn section purpose stated. The popular chief had been caught :election every year. The general sentiment
It was ordered that a warrant be napping; he was abashed, startled and
dynamite in the proposition as If with more than one Important rneasft 34. tp. 53 south, range 41 east. I of the meeting ins against the
drawn for. $25 in favor of the Trusteesof surprised but managed to recover his
still unclosed.
state insurance wire a new and untried Warranty deed. Mary and William proposition of holding aa election every ;
Colored Church at belray to composure sufficiently to assure the
experiment j/And I have yet to Brickell to W. G. Roome for $5, lot pay year u now In'rogue and the motion
rent for school :year Just ended. boys of his appreciation of the gift and u
meet the member 'who has sufficiently LEGAL PAPERS. 50. block 13, Polly Lewis donation. was rescinded by a rote of H to
Petitions and communication from promised them that it shall be Iii en
Informed himself upon the subject to Warranty deed<< Mary and William :o.
the patrons of the West Palm Beach deavor to wear it honorably and with I
realize that England has for :years Brickell to W. G. Roome, for $5 lot 12. Mr. Front's motion to accept the
Warranty deed,jpeo. J. Sullivan and colored school were read relative; to credit both to himself and the Miami
fr been selling life Insurance, and that block A, Polly Lewis donation. draft as amended then prevailed and
wife and C. A. Willard for 150.00 and appointment of principal for the next fire department.The r
'>f New Zealand and tether countries long Warranty deed, W. I. Huffstetler et the meeting adjourned. .
other considerations ten acres In sec. term. It.as decided that action on meeting otherwise was Interest1Ing
since.Adopted thU j State insurance. ux to Carl Keith for $100. lots 11 and City Attorney Atkinson was called '
t lion 29, tp. 55, south range 40, east. this matter be deferred until the next and productive of good results. A |
Nevertheless, Governor Broward in 12, block 115, Delray. on many times during-the discussions
Warranty deed, Arthur Hartley to regular meeting of the board. number of new members were taken ",
;, his message dwel; with sufficient emphasis Agreement between M. E. Gruber ,;to explain certain parts of the (charter
H. C. Osler for $1,00 and other con I School warrants from No. 22SO tolo in and Heveral other applications re
,, it would seem, upon the Important and W. I. Huffstetier for the purchaseof and he Joined In the debate In support
siderations, fifteen acres of land in .2329 Inclusive were drawn since ceived. The department now numbers
issues lnv'blvt'd while former stock of bicycles, sundries, etc., at of the provisions as he had pre- 3
sections, tp. 38, south range 41, east; I the last meeting to pay teachers sal- upward of seventy active members and
If Governor BJoxhJui is well known to West Palm Beach. pared them stating his reasons and
also a tract of land lying due south of aries. Is in a most flourishing condition tK
?* have all the information required at Warranty deed, E. L. Brady and wife objects therefor.
the above. WarrantNo.. 2582 to No 2599 Inclusive other Isc.
his finger Ups. |J I to Frank Trimble for $3,500 lots 1C, 17 I "
Warranty deed Julius Smith to E. were. drawn to pay Incidentals,
The Goyernor.Jfdralnage! and IS, block 125:: MiamI.Warranty .
If' B. Thomson for $:;00. lot 14, block transportation, treasurer's commission Will Float Alicia. MIAMI LOST OUT."t
went in some time ago, and the drainage deed Adeline F. Merritt to j
10, Miami. etc. I Inspector! of Customs Ferrls.who has 1
bill has also, been mtroduced In Elijah H. Bales, for $100 five acres ,
Letters patent to W. Whilldin, C. C. II The matter of securing plans for a l- I been stationed on the wrecked steamer
u' The Senate. A constitutional amendment In section 13, 1p. 53 south,. range 41 I The Times-Union of yesterday roolalns -
Cbillinsworth. Wallace R. Moses, Geo. Alicia fur the part two or three wl'Ckl1.
was sJbO pn'sented at the same east. renal-ling the following relative to the bid
W. Potter and John C. Stowers, incorporating I returned home Saturday night :Mr.Ftr-
t time, in order to cure any defects the Warranty deed, W. J. Ballard! anJ of Miami as the place for holding the
n Woodlawn Cemetery West chairman end, superintendent with request -, rls reports that the tug Three Friends'
bill tuight lave; kind It is noted as a husband to W. B. Johnson Co. for $700: r
"o Palm Beach Capital stock 110,000. that they report at the next andorerklng barge Rah or, are still I next annual session of the State Horticultural ,
significant circumstance that the latter east half lot S. block 15. West Palm
Deed. F. R C. R'y Co. to Mary: E. meeting. standing by the steamer and It Is the Society

was handed in bxj Sen. Frank Adams, Weybrecht for $400.00, lot 9, block 4, I Beach. There IK Ing no further business.the :i belief of their masters that they will I> Next came the decision as to the s
leader -wbo bas not hitherto been Warranty deed H. C. Olsen to Arthur I
.k a Hallway Addition, West Palm Booch. I hoard adjwirned; to meet on Thursday, I lie able to float the !-hll. :,
e counted among Kjthe administration ; Hartman for $100. thirty acres In next place of meeting. In behalf of ;4
Warranty deed Jos. K. Dorn tcTLeo- i June 13th. I Last week they succeeded II one day ,
of ,Section 9, tp. 38, south, range 41 cast. II Miami the Magic and
members, but nbajhas a faculty accompliEhing City metropolisof
nard Vihlen for $:;.00 and other considerations in lowering the water in the hold one
Warranty deed, A. IL Ross and wifeto I
lesultf.Considerable south fifty feet of. lots 13: Will Break All Records. foot and in closing some of. the open | the East Coast of%Florida, aa eloquent
valuable tire has already Miss E. F. Thompson for $1.00 lot j
and 20. block 17. Miami. Information from the aethlng party >: sea cocks and leaks. They have sent Invitation was extended by Rev.
freak bills\ 12: block 17, Eriekson's addition. ,
been waBttd on Warranty deed, Mary and William a bich .,,'et.t to the keys of the lower '! to Jacksonville for other pumps and \' E. V. Blackman of tbat city. qp t

Some of ttfee haft been killed; others Brickell to A. F. Cooper, for $375, lot I coast late last month under the guidance -j I as soon as they arrive It Is believed:' Capt. Charles E. Garner, president '

4' have been withdrawn, while some still : 8, block 56, Miami.Commissioners DEPUTY GORE'S i of dipt. Albert Illenkle. for the I j Ih'reTill be no trouble in floating the I'of the Jacksonville Board of Trade extended

remain on the calendars. One, of the i and .receivers deed, I purpose of spending a month tarpon I ship i iI i a most cordial and hearty Invitation

tt last is Mr. Persons! bill taxing fran John B. Reilly. commissioner and H. AIM WAS GOOD. fishing Is that they have already broken -I I i to the society to hold Its next :

y -cbises. which is jaw in the hands of E. Tuttle, receiver, to W. C. Offer for their last season's catch of twenty- :Mayor John Sewell and Mr. R. W. j annual meeting in teh auditorium of

a the House ommfttee on Judiciary. As $%00, lots 17 and 18, block 139:: Miami. (Continued from first five of these sliver beauties, by land- :' Rhodes, Mr. J. F. Kraemer and others the Jacksonville Board of Trade :i .
the railroad valuation alone, in .this Warranty deed Henry Pow ra to ing thirty-two very fine specimens. i who have purchased sponge mattresses Both Imitations were seconded, .nd. '

State is $1117,00000 out of a total taxation V. F. Young and S. S. Moody for 1300 Capt. K. M. Large, the taxerdermist.Is I' made here by the new factory are I a ballot was taken with the result that .i..l'
; of ; or one-fifth and lot 42, sec. 9, tp. 50, south range 42 him and continued to abuse and threaten along with the party and every fish '' much pleased with them. The manufacturers Jacksonville was selected as the next : f

.u the railroads do not really own one. him to the corner of Seventh street caught Is being prepared and mounted are being crowded with orders place of meeting. 'The vote resulted !

tenth of the actijal valuation of the east.Deed.. Model Land Company to W. and Avenue D, wheK ne (the negro) Fully two weeks of the proposed'month's 'i! and are advertising for several In 41 for Jacksonville and 21 for Mi, ..

State, it is evident!; that they are already F. Yarborough, for $75, seven and one- slapped him (Gore), in the face win fishing still remains and U I additional girls to assist In the work I amL The result was received with ap :

paying: twice, their Just share of half acres in section 29. tp. 46, south Us coat, which he had been carryingon the luck already attending the party j of picking and preparing the sponge. plause. .

the State's taa4 without any such range 43 eastPower his arm. and followed up by grappling continues It Is safe to say that fifty I ---- ----------

drag net as that proposed by Mr. Per of attorney Gso. IL Pennl- with him. Together they scuffled or more of these fish will have been j I

sons' ill-advtsedmeasure.] Considerable man of New York, to S. L. Pattersonand for a few seconds when Mungo landed, thus breaking all previous ree-l j

eloquence has also been wasted W. W. Irwin. attempted to reach and his
: secure ords and causing to be mounted, the
over the proposition n to meddle in otherpeople's Warranty deed, R. C. May et al to (Gore's) revolver. He succeeded no largest number of tarpon ever prepared -; 1 PAINTERS' is"'BEST'

affairs b'v prohibiting Sunday F. E. C. Hotel Co. for $16,500. all of catching the lower end of the holster at any one time and for one party'In ,

buebaJ1wl ch bill can not be too soon. se 1-4 of sec 35, tp. 53 south, range but Gore manged to get the weapon the State. | f f(PTIUzRrWiten used-

dumped Into the Daughter pen. U east, except 10 acres. out and in his hand. The negro I II I M nature faktslr*-twntiwt beautifully '

One of the most important of all the .Warrant/ deed, Robt. C. .May and grabbed it and had virtually twistedit P; and O. Officers Change. : 0
,Issues before the present Legislatureis wife and Geo. A. and wife from him when he Gore EL.CMUACn U flit Ig..t.C..I .
Worley away ( ) I Several changes have been made In QP.*. "..
that involved! in the management Jointly to J. H. Tatum for ",358, all of struck him in the face with his left the first and second officers of the P. '

r State !schools ut It Is fast becoming se 1-4 of section 35: tp. 63, south, range fist This staggered the negro back, j' & O. S. S. Line First Mate A. E. .
evident that the session will end with 41, east, and containing 23.72 acres. but he immediately rushed at him I Sharpley, for a long time on the steamer '

.t no material ch nge, one way or an- Warranty deed Boston and Florida again. It was then that Gore fired Martinique, has been transferred to .- -- .

other, being m de. iTr. Buckman's Atlantic Coast Land Co., 40 Sarah K. with the above result the steamer Miami, and will go on her f- .

substitute for tike Regent's bill provides McGahey, for $150. ten acres in sec. Capt. C. H. Watson testified that to the west coast for the summer.

for the abolition of all State 23, tp.53, south range 41 east. Deputy Sheriff Gore, with a negro under First officer .m.I'I"lan! of the lIaml'l j Do You Need Some of These?

w, schools, cave two..and will have been Warranty deed, Ft Dallas Land Co. arrest had passed hIm but a block goes to the same berth in the 011 velte. '

disposed of ere these lines are read. to L. L. Dodge for $C05 lots 17 and further back. The negro was then and will accompany "her North. Mr.i We carry a large line of useful article., hut will only name a few

Many clone: observers believe that the 18 ,block 138, Miami also certain other cursing and abusing Gore. Gore asked Dell, for several months past second I to induce: \> u to come to MX us.Ve Mill tlirn

.i sentiment in far or of consolidation Is lands bordering said lots and block. him (Watson) If he had seen Constable officer of the Martinique, has been promoted show you the rest.

; growing, and with favor.. The three Quit claim deed H. E. Tuttle and Nicholson, as he wanted him to to.first officer of that ship, succeeding

exceptions suggested are the University wife to Ft Dallas Land Co., for $1 and help carry the negro to Jail He volunteered Mr. Sharpley, while Simmons Mason 1 quart fruit jars dozen . .'. .'. . 85

H- of Florida af| Lake City: State Col- other considerations, lots 1 to lO.bk. to render assistance, but Edgar second mate of the Mascotte, Mason 1 quart wed m uthJ'ar'", dozen. ._. .. . . 1.15
Globe 1 self . . . . _
lege at Tallahassee and East Florida quart .en : : ... . 1 25
113; lot 1 and lots 4 to 10, block 114 Gore declined t. A few seconds afterwards
; in like
succeds Mr. Bell a capacity: on
2 quart Arctic ice cream freezer . . . .. . 1.75
Seminary, the last to be maintainedas i lots 1 to f, block 115 A; lots 1 to 8 he heard the shot. the Martinique. 3x6 Nassau t'aw mats. . . . . . . . .35 s

a purely military school. block 115-n; lots 1 to 10 block: 116; W. E. Youngs testified that he was Galvanized tubs .. . . . . .. . .. 50

A great mistjike baa been made in : lots 1 to 10 block 117; Iota 1 and 4 riding his wheel and passed Gore with HomcMtktr Excursion. Galvanized water paih . . . . . . 20

doing away: with the collection: of statistics to 10, block 118; lot 3, block 119. a negro. Gore hailed nlm and wantedto It 1 II reported that the Florida East Flower 1". U . . . . . . . . .. .10

by the Department of Agriculture Warranty deed. W. IL Guthries to know; 1s that you Nlckr* meaning Coast Railway In conjunction with Carpet Beater . . . . . . . .. ? .. ,15 ..

aid a bill t covering the same Emma E. Pence for $1.00 and other Nicholson Mr. Youngs replied, "You several western railroads will run abomeseeker. Laces and embroideries. . . . . . .- . .._ 03 1j!.i|

ground a a more' comprehensive manner considerations, lots 13 and 14, block will have to guess again and rode on. .' excursion from Illinois You !know we sell for cash and can

has been introduced in the House f I, Boynton :The negro was cursing Gore when he and nelghbring States to the East afford to sell cheaper we have no bad debt if

by Mr. B1t IiIu. of DuvaL Senator .Warranty deed. Gus Blue and wife passed him. Coast of Florida about the middle of 'j

Stockton, alsojpf! DuvaJ. has Introduced to H. C Griffin for" 141, lots 7 and 8, R. W. Osborn corroborated the nest month. Several hundred persona

a bin appropriating $18.000 for Immigration of block S and lots S and 4, blck f, statement of others that Gore had the will be in the party. Inducements THE RACKET ST >

k purposes. The State certainly south )|>|iinnnli.Warranty negro' under arrest and that the prisoner will be offered them to become settlers .RE

'' needs Immigrants needs them deed J. T. Crlttenden to wu cursing and abusing him. and It U Mid that many of them have

x, probably mach more than it needs legislation 8. L. Rader for $600. lot > of block: 11. This was an the testimony Introduced fully decided.upon the recommendation 1211 Ave D, Miami The place to save m .J

sad yet It Is very doubtful Bobbin Graham and Chilllngworth's but It was so conclusive that of others who have been here, to become

anything is done la this direction. nb-41 11oa. the officer had acted. la self-defense residents of this section and are W. H HAILLE & SONrop. j

The aaU-boose legislation of which Warranty deed. C, B. Rawlins to J. that a verdict was quickly renderedto now disposing of their property there :;

so larch kM teem heard has thus far W. Keller for$400. Iota 22 and 15, eeo@Iha that effect I lor this purpose.


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Kee'p'II I 'Coo; I. I.It. will surprise you to see just how little it takes to make your porch comfortable". i &'S,

F ,,1, 'I. and cozy. Porch Chairs and Rockers. Porch Settees. "Old Hickory"rustic.

furniture Hammocks. : : : : : Come and be convinced.

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I l TOWN TOICS. Undertaker and! Kmbalmcr ,

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,JTry the latest thlni to dried nah 1300: AVENUE ]) i To
Out Of Town
aiscayne cod. at Wilson-j & :lye's 185 I I :. Personal- Attention Given- to AI Cells.The I Friends

cw James Thornton.. white man re- I 1-
4 engagement of Miss Billby, of i The steamer Miami brought over
Gently adjudged was carried to I
IfeLand. to the Re\ Dwlght (Cameron 11 from Havana Saturday afternoon :I.IQI A
the asylum Sunday Ijy (ward Good- t )We ta been and still
of this city, is announced. The mar. | crates of pineapples consigned to Chicago I II are enjoying pleasant relations with the out :
who came.down f him
,son riage will take place. Thursday, the j < Cincinnati. St. Louis and otherI
Wanted-Japanese plam or"loquat first day of June. 'I h western markets. The fruit was above of town trade, mainly because this class of trade can depend on this
(he average in both size and.quality.
t: seed. Wilson & Flye. 417 I!, store doing just what it advertises We
The Dally Metropolis gives Its readers saved' many a buyer a
more real live local and' telegraphic j i j J,P. Cancna Jr. a former Miami
t the A circuit suit to court set aside chan died:cry was this filed morn.in news than any paper in the world Ina boy, who was recently married In good many dollars and this week we art going to continue the
small MlamL And all for *
city as as I'assfdfiTa where he
California attends -
I* 'd1la lug by C.G.M.RolbInsat McCormlck.: cjt:orney ai T.for Louisa Dru- the small sum of ten cents a week. I to business during the winter GOOD WORK ALREADY BEGUN BY THIS POPULAR TRADING PLACE

*'*? months has returned to Niagara t
3 Pow et al Mr. Robert Ransom has I
accepted a
Falls X. Y, to take up business in
position with the government on the that city during the summer. Mr.
fV Use Bradley fertiliser for an crop work at .and wjll leave on Sunday
J. Lammas.. Agent\ for Miami his post liywlll be assocI- I Canola fall. will return to California in the EMBROIDERIES AND LACES mmm

ated with the engineers on the work oT I
Mr. and Mrs. John BJIrdlne, Mr. and deepening the cut. St. Augustine
L:' :Mrs. E. L.'Burdine and., Mr. and Mrs. Record. Prof. S. E.-Hall, superintendent of /i .

$ C.M.Brown Jr.,who went! to Key West Dade county public schools, returned "We have arranged a series of counters upon which will be found .
'las, week, returned home Saturday af- If you wish to have a suit made' to home Monday from Tallahassee
where he went last week to attend the
Uraoon on the steamerMlamL
I,, tit lishment.you go to Work Sewell's done Tailoring right on Estab-the I annual meeting of State Superintend t M t t till> t M t I M t 12, -20 and 25c articles of embroidery and lacesat
Aetna dynamite and aappIiM torsale ents. Prof. Hall says that there were
'spot" by New York tailors. Pants
ft 8ewO. about forty superintendents and promi-
made in one day. Suits made In four
I nent educators present ana that the
da>'s. .tf prices that are down. If can't
to Miami
way you come writeus
: :Mr. L. K. Brown .manager of the meeting was pleasant and productiveof ,
V Southern Express Company in this city much good results. what you want and we will send you best we have at the price .
Mr. J. T. Crittenden and family who
who left Friday night to meet his wife
have resided In this city for the past
1 : la'St. Augustine returned Monday Owing to repairs on the steamer
two years have sold their valuable
accompanied by Mrs! Brown. Mr. Martinique which is on the dry docksin Burdine &
property on Biscayne Avenue near the QuartermanCorner
.ana Mrs. Brown win reside at the San Havana having not been finished
Young place and will leave shortlyfor
Carlo Hotel | the steamer Miami was forced to make
the vicinity of Washington, D. C.,
another to this afternoon
trip port Saturday
where they will reside in the future.It Twelfth Street and Avenue i
C Miami
Bradley f ertfllMTi, arc De best before going to the west coast. ,
For sal by J. Lnmmus.. MlamL The 'repairs, however, have been finished I
v, t would pay every man In this vicinity and the Martinique left Mon

Mrs. S. T. Gramlingf and son, John to visit the store of Sewell day at 12 o'clock for this port the Miami
4V. T,GramUng.\ returne home Monday Brothers and buy what wearing apparel proceeding to'Port Tampa to take -
last from a visit of s veral weeks to he will need for some time to come. ,up the west coast run to Havana.
relatives and friends in Alabama. Mrs. The big discount they are now offering -
on clothing shoes hats and men's furnishings .
Grambllng was accom anted by her The many friends of Rev. Dr. C. A.
niece Miss 'Stanley, wjio will make a is a rare chance to buyers. It '
Ful 'ood, the venerable pastor of the I
lenghty visit here.- J Methodist church South, who has been ilktr
Capt. M. E. English who has been confined for the past several weeks ,
Writing tablets and' rtatlocery for in the employ of the extract factoryat will be glad to learn that he has so'[ NEW GOODS (
ale at J. B. Screven's ''drug' store. Miami since last December,, was far improved as to be able to take 1.
calling his old time friends
J r upon in daily rides about the city. As soon as ,.
Mr, E. Burslem Titustille the first of the week and
,j? ThT>>son, U. S. n. health and strength permit Fulwood ,
'";;._ Corps. In charge of the government spending Sunday and :Monday! In town. and wire will leave for Georgia and. .
," dredging and jetty work now being Mr. A. X. !.It>dd. who has been with other parts to visit relatives and recup :er
;' pursued in the.harbor. returned Satur the Miami company since it started up erate. V at
day morning from a islt of several has gone north. Tltusville Star. .

-r weeks to the head office in Jackson- The handsome little steam yacht ai

Tffle.Blscjrne. --4 Dr. Holmes of Grand Rapids, Mich., Magnolia owned by Mr. Henry Bel-
is in the city attending his brother.Dr. knap, of New York, which has been
j;" cod the newest delicacy. Holmes of Chicago who happened to in and out of port for the past several
f.i'r *t Wilson A Flyrt f US the misfortune to fall while riding his months was" towed up the river Fridayby W; M BURDINE'SWhite

wheel on the street and broke his leg Capt. Meloy in the Mystery, whereIt
r a ..- Sheriff Stanton, of Madison county, about two weeks ago. The Injuredman will be berthed until early fall, when
\'> 'came down last Monday for James is doing nicely and it is probable Mr. Belknap and family will return
Neely, the white man rho was arrestd that he will leave for home at an early for the season. Mr. and Mrs. Bel-
at Pompano last Fi daY by Deputy date in care of his brother. : knap, who are still aboard the Magnolia -
c 1 rr Sheriff Gore upon arrant charging will leave tomorrow for the
Urn' with deserting hli wife and tam- A message has been received in St. north-
-i'. ,- 'lly in that county. He left with his Augustine from Mr. J. E. Ingra ham. and Colored Wash Skirts

.prisoner Monday nigh third vice-president of the Florida East i Dredge No. 12, of the P. Sanford

Money to loan Coast Railway who with his wife and i RaSP dredging outfit was towed up They are marvels of style and finish and so cheap b
on Improved property daughter, went abroad late last month the river last Friday by the tug
t G. 8.'Amsden, Cocoanpt Grove. ors 1C.IX for: his health, stating that they arrived Bon Accord. where it will te: berthed

Price, MlamLi in London on the 6th and that until further orders. This dredge
the voyage and rest had already made Is the first that came here and cut the Hand W Underwaisfs"For
The schooner yacht! Novla, owned perceptible Improvements In his con opening or canal through the land
i by Mr. and Mrs., George H. Van Vleck. dltlon. north of Norris Cut It has been lyingat children
They are surely the Child's Friend {!
New York, and commanded by Capt. the terminal dock for some time
Bob Busby, and which has been on thewest Invitations "; .
were received here a few and It was at first thought It wouldbe ;
coast for several [weeks returnedto days ago to the commencement exercises taken north though a recent order :r
port Sunday! mcrning and is of the Baltimore( Medical College rescinds that and keeps It here. Just opened a solid case of .
.t. moored at the Semlnrie
dock. TheJs'ovia which took place Wednesday. The
... 4 will sail shortly for New York. particular Interest in this occasion was At the regular meeting of the It;,

.-c the graduation of Mr. W. Ernest Pan K. of P held last Friday night a 9 II
If yon want fertilizers, consult J. E.Lraieca. landingham of this: city. Mr. Vanlandingbam committee consisting of Messrs. C. H.Raulerson. Ladies Vests and-marked Hi
VV. agent for the old reliable is a former attache of the,! Metropolis W. J. Rodgers and 1\[. D. ?
V Bradley* goods. t tf' which wishes him all the successes Price were appointed to prepare and

attending the practical pursuit. arrange for the Memorial Day celebration ir
t The schooner houseboat Gloria owned of bin profession.
on the 31st The committee was them 2 for 25c
and mastered by Cast Hogg which empowered to make all arrangements
I left here about three weeks ago for I Dr.. G. F. Sprague came home ou of the program and exercises suitable

.w, Punta Gorda to take i party tarpon I Sunday from a week's trip down the and appropriate to the occasion. Outside '&
i ashing. returned to posit t late, Saturday east coast of Florida as far as Miami of this matter routine business
.evening. Captain Hog reports that :on which he was a member of the legislative was transacted and several nominations lou can't duplicate them for less than 20 cents each I,
the party had an excellent cruise and I committee to examine the east of officer for the ensuing year
captured five tarpon| I cast The doctor returned to his legislative received. Nominations will be
open We have a few of those voil and brilliantine skirts left
duties In Tallahassee on Monday until June 5. }
t. Wan-1O men In'' each State to afternoon, and was accompaniedby

,1' trite!. tack sign and jdlstrlbute sum his daughter. Miss Kathleen, who During the put few days there has Call before it is too late t
pie*). and circulars of our goods Sal- will spend a couple of weeks at uu been considerable talk about the new

t'arr.+ 176.00 pr month. |, $3.00 per day ,State capital. -Palatb Newt.A I town Lanark-on-thfrGuf. will be t!

& 'far,expense Knhlmsa Co, Dept remembered that this new town Is on OUR BARGAIN COUNTER ITS GROWING
."" Atlas bunding. ChIcaca; A gentleman, returning from Jacksonville I the Georgia Florida and Alabama ranI I

'p. last night reports that hat e I road, and Is located within a few yard .
1 A trip through the northern part passed B. B. Tatum. of this city at I of the Gulf of Mexico. It I*- about i IN INTEREST

V the city or that just outside.the prey St. Augustine yesterday morning and the same latitude a* 8t Augustine .
4 at limits and Immediately, adjacent that the said Tatum was then prepar I and can be made one of the most f
r:, to that the tag to .northward with
atlamLihow building boon fly $16,500ts la delightful summer and winter resorts
.' baa struck that locality]with all of cold cash In his pocket, the cash la i in America. Within a few mile ofcar .
'\? eightOa every hand new and substantial > question having been realized upon aa I Lanark- -theGaU Is Carrabelle. .
:-t{ residences are!'going up and Important Miami real estate deal con- I rabelle I* to be the business eerter W; M. Burdine t

,i .tfce population becoming dense and snmated there. Mr. Tatwn.. however, of that section while Lanark-on-tno- ";
;' l ennaneat. There are!practically l u only made the flight u far u Jacksonville Gilt will be the fashionable nmmer.

V. rnaay people living la this part u and will.probably retain home aa well u winter resort Atlanta
th ere are la Miami proper. ,tonight Coastltntlam
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rI ROTH BUILOOING 3 SOLD. 1 MAYOR TO CALL FOR TROOPS. CROKER DIEDON BOARD A TRAIN months ago while he was in line at EXTENSION WORK PROGRESSING. I least one thousand hands will be engaged
'I the general delivery window of the In this great undertaking r
Purchased Kansas City May 12. Great Inter. postofflce waiting for his mall, says A Hundrer or More Hands Are WorkIng I Information relative to this extension .
Business Block I
Substantial To Suppress Striking If the Riotinj
q Mr. Toothe for$15,000.00.* I :est is manifested here today in the the St. Augustine Record of Thursday. Below Homestead. work is hard to obtain, the engineers
By .
:. Continue I i mysterious death on a train between At the time there was a long line of ; and officials being very reticent

-1 I Kansas City and Newton, last night of people and something of a crush. The Operations have practically begunon as to their doings and plans but
the promlne it real estate
transactions and tranf r, consummated Chicago May 16. The possibility ; Herbert V. Croker, son of Richard watch was abstracted without attract- the building of the extension of the : indications open to observation and
i ,Croker, of New York. in Mr. Van Sickle's attention and it g.neral talk to show that the
In Miami in the list few days H of all the livery stable drivers ana Florida East Coast Railway from the go
I Croker, it seems, had been placed was only on emerging from the crowdthat mainland by the various keys and water I company is making all arrangements
.i that cf the Roth building on WeslTwelfth businesses including the drivers of fun-
aboard the train by Charles Wilson, he was apprised by the dangling fast
a expanses to Key West, and although .as ss possible for the successful
adji to the Me
and ent
eral carriages going on a strike grew
This but erected ; jegro porter. Wilson ,is under arrest eDtof his chain that his watch had the work is now in a primary I and enrgetlc hustling through of the
office. ding was after
tropoli this
more definite niornlngand a !and will be held pending a rigid Investigation been stolen. All attempts to locateit state, it will be extended until withls plane
last fall at a'cost o' several thousand conference with President Shea of the ;
futile and he it I
of Croker's death. were gave up as laborers
few weeks several hundred It is known that
5 dollars. It is two stories highwith Teamsters' Union the representatives a Capt. Bravo a representative w
Wilson that he met Croker in lost When the mall carrier broughta
trick and stone finish, contain and skilled railroad builders will be of the company, has been
of the Livery Union,employing liverymen
Hotel addressed to Mr. Van Sickle
the bar room of Coates where package
In the construction of i '
engaged what to the gulf coast for barges and tags
two Urge rooms on t le ground floor endeavoring to secure p.,.missionto latter almost had heart failure '
sad a number of office i on the second of at h<' (Wilson) is employed, and that the I promises to be the most novel and !to. be used in this work and It is also
permit delivery passengers
Croker asked him to conduct him toRn when, on opening it, he discovered '
,; floor Mid is substantial I and attractiveIn but Shea refused.A greatest feat of railroad building ever known that several engineers and experienced
the boycotted stores
opium joint He did so and later his long lost and much lamented
undertaken in the world. i bridge builders have beenIn
e"el'11nanner.The | strike occurred at the public assisted him aboard the train.Yil8on's watch. The crystal was broken anda
;j new owner is Mr. E. S. Toothe schools on account of the delivery of The bporatlons now being pursuedon i the city quite recently and are now
\ story Is confirmed by other photo of Mr. Van Sickle's daughterhad I
Of Xetc York and the purchase price fuel by boycotted firms. At one school the mainland south of Cutler, or 'awaiting orders to proceed with their
facts. The conductor of the train says been removed from the case;
::4' was $1 ,OOO, the deal ,being, consummated i the police arrested fifty pupils and the there was no smell of \liquor on or otherwise the watch was in as good : Homestead the present terminus of I i duties, which, with'many other indications
the road and consists of points to the fact that withina
by the J. K. Dora real estate rest scattered.The grading, fullyone
1+ about Croker when he found him deadin condition as the day it was stolon. ;
short time the of Uhs
agency labor officials had an Interview hundred or more negroes being \ building
the train some hours after the train
Belies this sale tie t Born agency with Mayor Dunne today, who reiter-. No doubt the thief became con- engaged In the work. The better part great railroad will be on la full blast. t
has Mt Kansas City. It is suspectedthat
; Las also effected the following realty ated the statement that troops wouldbe the liquor he drank earlier in the science stricken and returned the timepiece of these negroes were secured In Jacksonville

transfers within the pat week or two: called out If the rioting continued. day contained a drug. in exchange for peace of mind. and came down a few days Fifty Horses Killed. ;
i.! Ten acres of land >n the Miami There was nothing to Indicate the ago in a special car, which was y
; :.river to Mr. N. J. Rei :er. of Pennsyl- Strike Breakers Imported. Identity of the culprit or where he switched from the main line to the --

ranla who will set It out In a citrus Chicago May 16. -; A big consign- AN HONEST THIEF. mailed the watch. extension and taken to Cutler withouta Chicago May 15. Fifty hones ;,

grove and erect thereon a modern ment of strike breakers arrived here Alderman Van Sickle is rejoicing The watch is an expensive gold change. The others were secured were killed in a fire early today in the

'' .winter. residence. Consideration $2.000. this morning and consisted of three today over the return of his watch timepiece and is highly prized by the here, and It is said that the company stables of the Atlas Brewing Ca The

f Twelve Iota In !)'67 to J. C. Russell hundred white and colored men from which was stolen from him about two owner. will continue to employ them until at damage to the building was light.
1 for 1%,225. ) -
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1' Four lots In ,block 63 to Mrs. Amie Louisville Evansvllle and other river 9

s Johnson for 11.200. I towns. t
1 Three lots to E. O. BUM for $1,223. Another large gang came from Cin .

One lot to Dr. 8crlr.en. for $650. cinnati, but nearly a score of them
Two lots In block 31 to James Clop- deserted after arriving here on the

j ,ton for $660. ground that they had been ...rdnglylu- ATTENTION "
i Comer lot Tatnm's Addltlon to Leo formed of the situation. They also

:yihjen for $500. I I! said that they had been locked In the

Two .lots in block 28 to W. Wilson cars during the entile tnp. i
{r for $5,)K>. More than one hundred Postal Telegraph
One lot in block 17 to J. N. Frazure Qiessenger boys struck this

f for |l)0.. morning and paraded the streets with .
'r i v.v shouts at the strike breaking teams-

& t Panama Baa Enough. UTS. Two negro drivers were assault-
't Local Union 806 Painters and Decoratorsof
., ago el and severely beaten. They were
Some few weeks the Metropolis anally rescued by the police.
8!:? told df the appointing of one E. E.

fe? Barred of this city, to a position as Skirmish With Printers. .

carpenter with the Panama Canal Chicago, May 16. The first skirmish 1S
ComnJislon, and of Us departure for in the fight for an eighthourday

that place. Today tie Metropolis is is on between the Job printers and '

In receipt of a letter dated at Gargona, employers. A conference will be held America and all whom it concern.' '
r Canal Zone, April 3)\), in which lIr.Harrod this afternoon with a committee from may

says' In part!:: the Typographical Union, which represents ,
1 promised to write' yon when I one thousand Chicago Typo- -
got here. I left New Orleans' the theta, and 2,400 Job printers in Chi. .

4 19th,Of this month 'and was on the cago,'who compose the advance gad
a .water five days and nights. I.'report of all the union printers In the country sN

? l ed at,Colon and'wai' there furnished who are seeking to establish an -

of 'transportation here where I will be eight-hour day by the first of next Jan -

stationed .for the present, I am up uary.

ly lives against' ,, climate a tough, etc.proposition j tough na RAISED GERMAN FLAG. You are requested to call at our to'ret 1311 I I I Ave. D and examine our new stock of

1 have just beenout In the Jungle

this morning. They raise a great Emperor's Troops Occupy Halchow.

-' deal of sugar cane here, though it'Is Intention Not Clear.
just planted and -allowed to grow of
Brushes and Dusters
C Its ,own.accord wit out any cnltlva- London May 16. It Is reported by
ties The country xmslsts of mountains a German dispatch that a force of

and valleys wi x running streams troops which has occupied Halchow
through them. The(soil is fertile but In the southern portion of the provinceof

undeveloped." I Shantung has raised and sainted the

f Continuing. some length on prl- German flag. Germany's object and In. Buy a Brush from us and 'get Lucky ey
Tate matters Harm closes with this entlons are not clear. It Is suggested

J' statement, : If you' publish any of she is seeking an extension of interests
this putIn anything for there is no In'ChIna and is taking advantage of

danger of getting ,t too bad about the present political condition. Later .
.this plaCe." j jA t' explanations may clear the situation. :

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NEW INDUSTRY. Rebs Declined to Parade.New ,
York May 15. -The New York
Formed i
Partnership for Manufacturing Confederate Camp, whose invitation

Fish Products and, Fertilizer. by Grant Post G. A. R. to. participate

Articles of agreement were filed in !In the Memdrlal Day parade in Brooklyn We a Full Line of Picture Moulding

+w5 the clerk's office o(, the circuit court 'I and which led. to adverse criticismhas carry

m Jut Tuesday wherein a new industry i declined to Join In the parade,

Is launched The partiesto though the camp has announced its in- i *
the agreement a Henry C.Roome ;tentlon to accompany Grant Post after

and S. L. Jeffords, i nd the purpose of the parade to Grant's tomband take
: At Low Prices for First Class Goods
the business la trad)ng in fish, fish oil part In the ceremonies.End : Very .
and in the manufacture and sale'of .

fertilizer. I of Strike Near.

c The articles call tor the plant to bet Chicago May 15. It rumored .
located at Cape Ca araral and the of- I that dozens of strikers have applied -

flee in this city. effords is to have II for their old places at the department .
entire charge of th plant and its op- tores.whlch sustains the belief among
eraUons and Hen -\c. Roome Is to the employers that the end of the Wall Paper Paste Paints '
c nduct'.,ute sale ol all material and strike is not far distant and the meetIng -. ,F.t
product -from this place. The capital of the teamsters' council tonightIs
,, stock is placed at 2300. expected to avert a new and greater Burlaps Distemper Colors I
industrial upheaval here. r


Passed Through "acksonville to they ; Imml.1 .
Northern'Markets Sunday Night Securing a Class of Desirable
t grants Into Louisiana. : lin=0=Wall : *

Two solid carloads. of Florida pine- .Birmingham, Ala, May 13. To meet -
= apples, froth.the lower east coast the the demand for labor In Alabama, the f
a SanitasGrass
flrstof, the'present season, passedthrough railroads entering the state have arranged -
f Jacksonville yesterday and for establishing an immigration

r .were handled by sj J. SuP ft Ox, says and Industrial bureau here which will Floor Wax
the TimesUnion.J J co-operate with the State authorities
While the pineapple crop is a little and various Industrial bodies in bringing .

later this year than last and will be desirable immigration to the State. Etc. Etc.
Crash and Decorative
about one-third less, on account the Everything ,
'. freeze last winter! than was originally Ponies Stampeded. '

T estimated the growers say that the New York, May 13.- A stampede of rt:

: fruit Is in fine .co idltlon and they anticipate one hunderd Western mustangs caused
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. good pr tea: .in the northern great excitement on the west side today

, and eastern mar >ta. and cowboys aided by the police,

One owner of pinery on the east required three hours to gather the pon

it- coast said yeste; day that the freeze ies and quiet them down. None were PIERCE & HARDIE rs
bad cut back his :rop considerablybnt killed though many had narrow es

that the rootl.W< re not killed by thecoldconsequenti capes.

I. ; he expected to have n

a splendid fall cr ip from them. Nan Patterson at Home. .
'!it. f -- Washington., May 13. -Nan Patter-
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1 .If NebagatofTs fleet has Joined RoJestvenskys con, accompanied by her father, arrived 1311 Avenue D Miami ,
.. it means one of the largest in Washington$ this morning'I. ,
modern leeU that ever floated II from New York She was in good spirits

Van Is a. battle; and Togo win*.. lib and stood the trip without, the .

)1dorT .m be a8 the grater dent.
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tors of the State at the ceneraI..e and protection. :Mothers too often

rz RECLAIMING BILL lion to be held on the first Tuesday after I place over confidence In nurses 'and I Spec. Real Estate BargainsUNIMPROVED.

IS INTRODUCED.The the first Monday in November, A. too little love and thought In the welfare -

D, 1906 for ratification or rejection: of their children. No nurse, or

Tile rof45s1ons "S('(. 32.:! The Governor, the Comp- few of them, at best, will\ do a moth GROVES

following Is the text of tn" k.. I f-oller the State Treasurer, the Attor- er's part by a child. It is not natural 40 acres pin and hammock en 10 acres, S :year old trees, 1,000

Introduced ty Senator West relative I Ito i ncGeneral, and the Commissioner of or Instincthe, and the lesson taught i Miami River ........ ....93.60OOO trees 800 bearing .......ISJOOOJ09

the drainage and recUitvallon: of i \prictiture of the State of Florida and bv the Tampa father, should be an I 10 acres land ......... .......$450. 0 5 acres. :y"rl(1( trees. house ,

4 Patterae. do T-vv' n.* j jF j their successors! In office, are herebyconstituted incentive to all parents to be cartful of 5 acres land ........ .......$500.00 350 trees bearing ,..... ?$3,50&0fl
the Everglades: and designated as a board tht ir defenseless anolt'n.l.'r offspring( 20-acre 2ytar-old: grev ......ytygog6room

F{ ATTORNEYS! AT LAW. A bill to be entitled ar act relating j uf drainage: commissioners!;, and arch The abuse they are somctlmei subjected : 22 acres pine and prairie on house, 5.cres land, 300 f

I: 1>!llpr. leln all eon t.,9t te ii4 Fed nl I to is heartrending to think about railroad .... .,... ... ......KOOJOQ bananas, 200 orange trees..S2JOOM
tnUnaan3pcri.rdng'IT to the drainage: and rcclaiwtloi of the II !J'f'hr authorized and empowered to !

tnJ aftsc11IUe.Ior Tine*. swamp and<< overflowed *ants in FlorIda I| Ktnbllsh a system of canals drains much less to reail/e.

JO.jft MUtnl. Fla.p ; to create a board ..r Jr oageM! letevti dikes and reservoirs of such I IMPROVED FARMS i

commission. prescribing its powers dimensions! and depth as in the judgment NEW YORK FASHION LETTERi i :o acres, 4-room house servant"house. 400 trees 150 bearing on rock '
T. 3KAG6S. MOffiM D., iI I
and duties', authorising the establish, of said board of drainage commission I road on .

l- with B. id CTMIEfsldenoe PhannMjr."FLORIDA. went of drainage districts establishing J *'rs 1 U deemed advisable, to 8 acres of pine and hammock, act In trees, pineapples, etc fInland .

I4h emhroid ;| on time ............. ... .. .................. 11,80000. a
w Ire cry, real and Imitation is a gnat dial I 35
corner canals levees, dikes and resvr\u1rs <.rtlo\n..llands i within the S.ate: of FlorIda acres 10 under cultivation.200 bearing trees 7-room houee

HUH for the purpose of drainage irrigation i or such parts or portions thereofas 11*.,d. All to the chemlixititheir on rock road near R. R.... ....... .. .. ...... ........13.0 OOJO

QR. J. H. JACKSqK,, JL .,, and comm r'e.lhe assessment of lands is <<<1'1111bt.st\ by said board ufilr.ilnaire kinds are 1 legion. They include e\cry I 30 acres land pine and prairie, water front, 1,500 tree small S

k, to be drained and benefited, the col- I commissioners! from time to thing from small Vs to lung. wide house, bargain ............ ......... ...... ............52,500.05
orFii 1I: fronts They are also found In sit- ofa i>
k-clion 1 of necessary funds by assessment linn, and to proililt" for the Irrigationof
t of benefits and taxation providing : [ i lie lauds<< r claimed, and to maintain -
MUM 'FLORIDA.inr. \ as Lipel-shaped 1 collars for the open1 I FIRE INSURANCE:
for the management and maintenance : : such canals, drains levees, dikes
coals and bodices! and long!;, straight I Itumis II
3.R.EC'HAFE th,'reof. and for the exercise of : companies
are of
:- for fchirt"'alt UM o\er (lit tame tl1.m.Liv..rpuol. 44t
the right of eminent domain aid for Inmost advantageous to the territory
I front plait London .t Globe\ Insurance Co. of North
DEN' ST. the sale and uses of said lands for the '! t-j drained, the Stat of Florida, its Fund orient. New: York America. Fireman
I' One flf tho newest fails Is lh.> Louis Underwriters, (Hartford) llaoover German Alliance
Office i. Sevcll.!!.. en T...IftbFIX3IRDA. i purpose of drainage;: reclamation and ; luh.ibit.iniR and the commerce tnercof. I

Sirv I. I Inpnneraent: aforesaid. ', j I "Sic:: ".". That the board of drainage I Xjad.t of lace worn o\or Lice ui JOB.: : : :OOfl.
MIAMI. ilk skirts These jackets to ln> quite I .1T
[Be it enacted by the Legislature of the I'ouUi"sloDt are hereby authorizedand ,
up to date, must be n:a.le of .k. p o<'rtilace
a F. ATKINSON, State of Florida: empowered to establish drainage Roil Es'tn'te
colored silk lining or of Agen.oy1Y.E.EA.1Y.EJ
I over a ;::
Section 1. The GOi''ruothe Coraprolkr districts and fix the boundaries\ thereof j
I colored Ince which matches th- skirt
ATTORNE AT LAW. the State Treasurer, tha: Mtor i in the State of Floilda. That the I ,
and In hue. They are a sunhal uf the
pedal joonKottr gtvea,, 0 ct ney-General and the Commissioner of hoard of drainage commissioners bed<
ar,. EzanU' ate uf 1'-1e& pretty dinner coats of brocaded anti
'WA fji-ac tth.x.! Agriculture of the State of Florida, and I and it Is authorized and empowered : I
Ol 1ce to 8<- rt 1 B..Collac. flowered or plain Mlk our gauze ,
their successors In office ere hereby to lists of all
prepare a llxt or the I
l1..Un. FLORIDAD& skirts coastituted and, designated as a boardof alluvial or swamp and overflowed land : :
To Illustrate thU latestagary: A i|
W- QRAJOJNQ, drainage commissioners, and are within such drainage district or dls-
pale! blue guipure lace coat of the
rPEVSICIAX hereby authorized and empowered to ricts, and levy thereon on acreage tax I
kind is made over ivory satin and finIshed -
.$. Scaoros.Urncs establish a system of canals, drains, not exceding 10 cents per acre per an-
.. with lovely turquoise
IX MIAMI TJCT."IFHONK B'LDO. 1 levees, dikes and reservoirs of such :jm.to be fixed annually by said board I
: It will be worn over a taffeta billlou"l Is rapidly going to the front the leading
dimensions and depth as In the judg- I of drainage commissioners, and the as
Boars from 9 aJm.to 4 p. m. the same shade or, for variety
ment of said board of drainage commissioners I various tax assessors of the various i city in South Florida. Everybody
MIAMI. -.. FtA. cream colored mousseline de sole
Is deemed advisable, to counties embraced In part or In whole is going to Miami. Now is
I skirt. Such coats are In order wherever the to
drain and reclaim the and overflowed .
GILLESPIEENLOEDentistioFncs swamp within such drainage district or districts -
decollete costumes are worn. Old secure a choice location either for business
4 lands within the State! of Florida shall receive such list or lists
white lace Jacket.Ilh Ingenuity. can
HOCKS r.lI.: or such parts or portions thereofas and enter the same upon the tax rolls or residence. Choice locations in
be dyed and brought into such uses. i
U KrtaeU Bal14tD&o M" 12th St.l is deemed best by said board of
i OmCB of the county or counties in which the for sale
&B8WBaCLslaeeseai l BvutonnlMUMLTLOBIDA., Mixtures of thick and thin laces madeup city by : : : : : : :
drainage commissioners from time to such lands may lie and the amount so
the smartest lace gowns. The time
time, and to provide for the irrigationof levied by the board of drainage commissioners
has gone by when it was a simple
HASTENS, Y.D., the lands reclaimed, and to maintain from time to time, which
H.W. matter to select the lace for one's lace FORTDALLASLANDCO.Call
such canals, drains. evees dikes amounts shall be collected by the var-
$: patlaSst.is dress. Few, if any are seen with .
and reservoirs in such manner as will
ions tax collectors of the counties
Hoon.* >t po ID. be most advantageous to the territory wherein such levies havebeen made as .
p melange of embroidered gauze and
t Bowls VUTA AVD YtsinFrotuas. so drained, the State of Florida, Its other taxes are collected in accordancewith .
i .. three or four different webs with ten on. Or
inhabitants and the commerce thereof. law, and pay over said amount. o a. RaI >rY ''
to one, tucked or shirred chiffon. playIng + T. :I:. INGRAfiAT.ot
;; JOB 8. JUDE Cx: Sec 2, That the board of drainage collected to the board of drainage com a conspicuous part Very lovely Agent Fort Vice-Prea, Fort Dallas

CIVIL ENGINEER commissioners are hereby authorized: missioners. Dallas Land Co.. Miami. Fla. Land Co., St. Angnstine.FU.
lace robes that cost a "pretty penny"
and empowered to establish drainage
t AND SUR EYOR.it "Sec. 34. That the board of drainage introduce ribbon embroidery In quaint
districts and fix the boundaries thereof
ti teary rviuQ lot oi.i. u v.AnnUoo raiQcular commissioners be and it is authorized! Watteau! colors and designs. With a .
given to gub-Dfr-Mini Large rraeta in the State of Florida. That the i
to exercise the of soft fleecy lace background relief
OBot ever PoMafflc right eminent domain
t board of drainage commissioners be,
MIAUL FLORIDA. in the condemnation of land for roses and other little blossoms madeof
and it is hereby authorized and empowered ita
the location of its canals, drains, levees narrow, thin gathered ribbon are
S B. to prepare a list or lists of 4d-4
JUCnOI'lI'1 dikes and reservoirs for the pur- very attractive.The t/u f
all the alluvial or swamp and ovetflowed -
: F4TATE.I aforesaid and Empire modes which set the
REAL taxable lands within such drain- poses may enter upon

( CNa T LAND COMPANYKOTAB.T and take such land as it may deem fashion mongers eyeing with admlra- ''
tocNT Pennine: age district or districts, and levy thereon 1J
PUBLIC acreage'tax necessary for such purposes and in ion: are more pronounced in coats than Me. 7LZA EEL. 1
&'UTa.AT AKOE an exceeding 10 .
ascertaining the In the IrnartE'straps' designed rr
compensation to be gowns
a = VTLEB j FLORIDA. cents per acre per annum to be fixed
paid for such land of for summer butterflies there is
or right way.ben-
annually by said board of drainage L

_ H. P. BRANNISG.AttsrseT / commissioners, and the various tax assessors e|its to be derived from such drainageshall a marked decrease In the width of the ii &4. / ;:

=: W (.stielsrMcCssstySbkBjsk of the various counties em- be considered by the jury shoulders and a decided suggestion of a ... st ha
arm Not that the languorous
drooping tops.
braced in in whole within such "Sec. 35. The
part or Legislature
may provide
1'isitpt A11stiII t+xk floss Shcrtaa i '
styles of a are'ack..
drainage district or districts shall receive for the assessment of benefits derived year ago JJ *? i&
But the tide of white shoulders has
such list or lists and enter the by lands by reason of such drain rt4d4
West"Pain Beach j n Florida abated and the present finds them, as
same upon the tax rolls of the county age, and the collection thereof; the .;
has been said leaning to :L .z
more droopIng mm
.SANDERS or counties In which such lands may proceeds therefrom shall be paid to :
? than military
JAMES lie, and the amount so levied by the the board of drainage commissionersto squareness. s $I)
Heavy silks, and old fashioned 'J-
ATTORNEY AND board of drainage commissioners from be used by them for such drainage pongees _
weaves are being greatly' need r g4. 4f. [
time to time, which amounts shall be purposes.
; O..aetel.t sad I -... a.... 1&.... A.*Bt .at4.LN7 collected by the various tax collectors for elaborate carriage coats. Such :
,lUKlaoM.. coats all voluminous, If
and D.o.N Co. of the counties wherein such levies are as thE'Ybad eto ; r t.r.
Omen ..WAWOJT Bubcx. Lock Boll a CRUEL NURSES. not taken Into consideration the ., CS
MIAKL ::1 FLORIDA. have been made as other taxes are
collected in abbreviated sleeve and skirt tops. Still ? .
accordance with law. and .
x MITCHELL D. PRICE pay over said amounts collected to A case of thrashing somewhat out of sleeve tops are not close fitting yet v-t ad

the board of drainage commissioners. the ordinary, but one that should car- and skirt tops are not snug as gloves.

Attorney at I.awt and Sohcitor See. 3. That the board of drainage ry with it a moral lesson, occurred a The elaborate wrap made to cover

in ery.a commissioners be and it is hereby authorized few days ago In Tampa. The receiver dressy toilets\ is always a roomy garment Drake Produce Co.. Miami, Jaudon Bros., Miami.

a to exercise the right of emI- of the thrashing was a brutal negress as it should be, to save from Brown & Moody. Perrine. Twecdcll Bros., Cutler.
Odes: BstebeR IA4 IlLUO. ru
nent domain in the condemnation of nurse, and the admlsterer. an crated crumpling the rich, airy materials R.A. J.E.husker McDonald, Little& Co.River.. Fulford L. IL O. Sjostrnm Hallandale.

W., C. MA YNARD, land for the location of. its canals, father, who caught her in the act of which It is to cover. T. M. Richards, Ioca.Ratone. Stranahan & Co., Ft. Landerdale..

1 is drains levees dikes cruelly whipping his Infant child. Among little summer wraps none Is .
and reservoirs for M. G. Lyman Lantana. Boynton Parker. Boyntoa.I'

the aforesaid and enter This more popular than the cape which Is .
purposes may Incident is one sufficient to
springing in all sorts of fantastic LOOK FOR THE LABEL
upon, take and use such land as it cause parents and especially mothers up

may deem necessary for such purposesand to investigate the care and -attention shapes. Apretty shawl,shaped (cape cut I' _

In ascertaining the compensationto given their children and particularly so that the points come to the top of

JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. be paid fQr such land or right of Infants, when entrusted to the nursIng the girdle at the front and nearly to FREDK. S. MORSE r ,
the elbows over the is of pale
Perfect fitting, easy wiring jrlaste way benefits be derived from such of servants. How many mother. arms ,
are a comfort. H'kb our extensive tapestry blue cloth. Its only I decoration -
great drainage shall be considered by the have given this matter thorough at- ;
apparatus and arge experience is a velvet collar worked in Wat
there is no Aces* w rk. Price rraoaable. Jury. 510. tention and a close investigation teau pattern and colors and long tassels ( REAL ESTATE
ire repair )Vstebe. Clocks, Senator Adams' Resolution. How many mothers when giving their
Jewerlj and Spectacles. A portion of The following Is the text of the helpless and defenseless babes into at each corner. These little cloth

e year,hue trade D between asked Ittb for.}knd Located Uth Sts.on Av- Joint Adams resolution Introduced by Senator the charge of a negro; servant, knowor capes Silk capes are made are also to match warn silk with gowns cloth Offices op stairs Cor. An. C aDd It tb s'.

W.hw.lera44 C. MAYNARD AMiuto fhitieUnFiTENTS, I Joint:resolution proposing an amend- them appreciate the treatment accorded I gowns.It : Miami Dade Co.. Florda.

S4 ment to article 14. of the Constitution Is one of the whims of the season,
It is I
no Infrequent in
occurrence, .
lof the the contrast of materials in raps and! '
State of
Florida relative to the
reclamation fact It Is a frequent icing to see a skirts. Silk jackets with cloth skirt AGENT OR LANDS OF >
drainage! and improve- nepress rolling a child in Its carriage .

I I ment of the swamp and overflowed with the'hot and blinding sun beamIng and cloth jackets with silk skirts area Florida East Coast Railway .Co.

|lands, the creation of a board of drainage in its eyes. It is a frequent thing such feature at fashionable afternoon assemblies Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co.
as ('hurC'heddlngs., receptions
commissioners prescribing its
VMS arcawtatKerae UMMSV_ uaaa..usus,We _for I powers and duties authorizing the establishment to see them fhake the little piece of and muslcales. The Jacketsare Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land 0 J,

--.M- a pear yWr.r.rarnR t humanity until Its head vibrates like a little Louis affairs cut. almost to
qd-.d -. all of drainage districts, a
l leaf
y and trembles
body and It Is a I
i Pr.a aee.W --a sMMTI. r a one, with jaunty basques an i elbow
..._aoua.fns ..[[___ .ratio common thing for slaps spanks andsevere
..M* sad oervRieirrs ea.r*v iim'm can-a1. sleeves.I .
Opposite U. L P Offloa, I! whippings to be administeredby i

WASHIHCTON. D. C. purposes commerce of the drainage assesment Irrigation' of lands and to these women the majority of I The average capitalization of Am'r.I'on 1\JOW is the Time

whom I
J be drained, reclaimed, improved and are by nature cruel! and brutal! railroads is i3.1S6( per mllr! .while

pYt Thus the nurse problem is one of the average for English roads! Is J2.7.
by thereof the
means collectlon
of necessary funds by assesment the most serious in the rearing ci 475 per mile. Mr Stuyvesant Fish To Plant Orange Trees

of benefits and taxation and providingfor our young. Many a baby has gone to president of the Illinois Central, says'

the its grave because of abuse administered It Is certain "there must be a very and Fruit
management and maintenance Grape
KILL +7COUCH thereof, and for the exercise of the to It by an inhumane attendant great increase above the gures now

AND CURE THF LUNGS right of eminent domain, and for the to whom it had been entrusted for care prevailing" in this country. j Aso Rose Bushes for Winter Booming

sale and uses of said lands for the purposes -

WITH Dr.King'sNew of drainage, reclamation and Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's I And all other ornamerjtal trees and shrubs }

Improvement of said swamp and overflowed Please call or write for descriptive catalogue and other

Discovery II lands, within the State of FlorIda information.

/ lSu.moll Pries Be it resolved by the Legislature of GRIFFING BROS. CO.

FOR I OUCHIaHJ I S0c "l4)0) the State ofFlorida:

LDS Ffft TritLSoicct That the
following amendment of
Tasteless Chill TonicNoCareNoPq.
as and Quickest Cor for all 14 of the Constitution of the Stateof POMONANURSERIES/

: be. and It Is
', hereby agreedto Office
or XOVXT BALL Main office Nursery ,
and shall be submitted to the elec- so cents. Cor. Ave CaQd 12th St.Jnp stairs Little River, FUJ



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Our buyer attended! the

Salvage Auction Sale
of the wrecked Steamer

1 "Alicia" at Key West ,

.', ''T I t V I bargains hoping to get for some our cus-real

tomers, but there was nothing doing, the goods were not up lo the

standard that we demand for our customers and the buyers were too
" hungry for them, so we left after the first days. sale: as the sale will
I likely continue.for 1 weeks longer we appointed a buyer on the spotto

look out for our interest and yours, later we will let you know

u what success he has. In the mean time we are going to give a Y

;, Enameled Bed Bargain Quarter Sawed Oak Washstand Salvage Sale of our own and give you a tip. Read the offers made }
I I factory tliats the reason.
r .a Offer"au! l:")H) "Onlv!. 22 ouliand.,
I 1" below I and say if it.t't the BIGGEST THING THAT

.JSus, at While. .. they... .last. ..C1t. 6.50 EVER f HAPPENED IN THE HISTORY .OF MIAMI #

--- With each stand sold during this sale we

sell lar.1.25valueJor.a covered and handled. .. .slop. . .25 C' << 1

t '-TTt *tlr-a rV vvfr1rt'iSTEAMER V
Greatest Chair offer '; ;
SALE PRICE ONLYp.95 in history

$( f I Golden Oak cane seat.well H;a ';,,. "* Malting Offer ;
made have been 1.00 and Great Kale of1
Full size and 3-6th white and China matting,extra
enameledbedsWhile they 1.25. Sale price ALICIA ralue
I 15. 25. 35c. yard
last. of pillow cases of Bilboa.Spain bound from Liverpool to Havana and Jama-
' free with'Cach!' bed sold dur- 8 7 2 C ca, with a cargo of iScoo tons of all) kinds! of me.rchandise. laying and Tacks
ing this sljle I : valued at '1,000,000.Hceked on Ajcx Reef,April 20,1905. free during this saleI

I Sae', Lasts from Monday, May 23 to Monday, .. May 30th I

Golden Oak Dressers Center Table Values Dining Table Offer .

'4. French plate 16 inch top, solid Gorden Oak. Estenlfon. well (j I UH$ :
mirror .. .. .95c =, .
: j THE HOUSE o.ak. : made: good lookers
inch solid
i D uringthis 20 oak top... . ..2.00
f sale only THAT 1 REA TS ; 5 feet at $6.5U .
: inch too solid i .
" \ RIGHT'' 24 oak, ... .. .. .2.45 6 feet t at $7.50
\ Tulip.shape quarter 2.45 8 feet $9:00 t
sa\l ed'top. :
d.f\ .- Biggest values ever offered 10 ft. at $9.50. Ivory Enamel & Brass

:. Beds full size. $25

s Two Stores '409. and 411 I2th Street value sale price only
With every, dresser- sold! .- $18.00
! and Avenue. D
during this sale we will r r56ow1
sell I. &pitcher for25c With every bed sold over $s,
., D r : we will sell one of our famous .' Y
I And Second Street.t ()AM E P 1UL I springs Diamond/lock. .sanitary.45cREEb ;.oo

: The These are used to
y catch the breeze. $3.50 i ;

t REDUCEDWay Elastic JiomeMerchant sale price for one that

.6 1 I Felt will be as good next
below what uy ,
they ever \ a only year as this. yl
: wer> in Miami before ;
., Swellest _. 9.50 Leads

Special DRESSING Why pay i 15 dollars, for % felt rOOL[ ;
_ TABLE Your credit is good
mattress that is simply a name
4 onl I Y ever shown.BirdseyeMaple. when we will sell you a better

A dollar or tick and whiter filling made in Only
only $18.25Mahogany exactly the same way for 9.50. .
r -- 4.25 only If not satisfied after 6o.nights $3 50 "
week wiildo
" $22.50 two a trial your money back. .
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.. ., The Dade County Furniture Company ,

C.M Brown Miami's Original Furniture Store 1 G. M. Brown. Jr.


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